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Goods (SireattD Redlaoceall Pro cog : : if you have delayed purchasing until now it will be found greatly to your benefit, because we have gone over our entire stock of TOYS of every kind. FANCY GOODS, such as Toilet Cases, Fancy Boxes, etc., and now they are .... All Marked Down to take the place of the cheaper articles which were sold out. Dolls by the hundreds, Blocks, Dishes, Toy Trunks, Books, Drums, Guns, Pistols, Animals, Furniture, etc. All other lines in both ladies' and gentle men's goods are still very complete. Plenty of salespeople to give you careful and pa tient attention .... Don't put off purchasing un'il the last min ute. It's to your advantage to come as quick as possible. I The El A I ROAD STORE Open Every Night Until Christmas Nowhere will your money pur chase more nice things f r pres ents than in our store right now Ve cordially invite a careful inspection .... Our stock of Holiday Books of every description svd for everpbody is specially invitiDgr. We would al?o direct attention to our fin di-pisv of Leather Goods, Fire Stationary, Fount ain Pens, Games, Pictures, wa ter colors by Bundy and oth r Artists. Ornaments. Souvenirs A 3 beautiful novelties in great .vanity A large force of attentive clerks already to assist iu prop er selrctions. 720Main St Ellwood Morris & Co. H.H.Meerhoff SANITARY PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating SEWERAGE, ETC See lis for Estimates. .Phone 46. 9 8. Slntb Good Friends, don't you think it's about time you gave us a call ? We havt everything in harness and harness furnish ings, and you will always find our (roods the best and out prices the lowest foi the best goods. We are selling a first, class horse blanket at 75c to $6.50 THE WIGGINS C3. Mew Phone 76S. K09 MAIM ST St AUTY, SI CONOUESQI BE. t! f rsfuxii Soa-'ity Tablets and PlUv , i t!i.rrtr Sit,rl n, i.-,-o m ,ovr, :o cv ,-.-.. 0 ur' trtn nil V 1 ' ?r.. iFlvr t ir.f f sjmm 'nr.-. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Mat' street, and Curme & Co., 415 nortl eighth street. Richmond PUBLIC NOTICE Wo wish to announce to ths poopio of this ! vicinity that we hae secured the A&ency for I C. E. Carter's Caterrh Cursj A positive mre for Nasal Catarrh, Cold la I the Head, Sore Throat. Inflamed and Swollen ' Tonsils. AU Catarrhal Throat Troubles, Clogged Nostrils, Excessive Nasal Discharges, Hacking i Cough. Dr, ChoKing FeeHny. This remod? j has been a signal and iastant'eoua success i It is soothing in its action, ami odnces on its j Erst application a sensation of ' xhtful relief j a&d benefit, instantly kills the Bacterial Germ, ; which produces Catarrh of the Head, Nose and j Throat, and eventually leads to such serions ! trembles as Asthma, Consumption, Laryngitis, j Bronchitis, and many other diseases too nnnv ! arons to mention. Can be nsed by the most j aelicat persons er children without harmful i or nauseous results. j PRICE EOC. AND SI. OO. The $1.00 sise contains two and one-halt ! times the quantity of the Sue siae. C E. CARTER & CO.. 71 Jackson St. CHICAGO ! Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co., wholesale druggist., 623 and 630 Main street, Richmond, Ind., and Charles Lv Magaw, druggist, 201 Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind, RICHMOND DAILY PALLAD1U3L MONDAY, DECEMBETt 23.1901. STATE NEWS NOTES Incidents ami AeeHeufs an. I Doings of Note Through- if out Hoosimiom. HUNT Ell MEETS DEATi In FaUinjr His Gnu Wa PUrJiarreJ the Load Takiiiff EC'eci iu 11 is Side. Fatal Aeeident to Oeonr F. Ensse'l While Iluiitiu: Iu Orange (.'ouuty. Paoll, Ind.. Dec. 23. George F. Rus sell, a prominent farmer near Elon. this county, was found dead in the woods Sunday morning with a shot gun wound in the left side. He had gene hunting yesterday afternoon and it is supposed from the position he was found in, that he had slipped and in falling his gun had been dis charged, which resulted In his death. A FATAL "Cl'ltE" Such i the Coroner's Kind in AlfMiiiKt an Inebriate Httepital. Fort Wayne. Dec. 23. The coronei of Allen county lays the responsibilKy for the death of Henry Mcintosh, e wealthy farmer, on the physicians at the Boston Inebriate hospital at War saw. one of the best known institu tions of its kind in the country, where many Fort Wayne men and otherf have been cured of their taste fcr liquor. Henry Mcintosh, a wealthy farmer with an appetite for drink, went to the Institute last September for treat ment, and died after having received an injection. The coroner has been at work on the case since and has just returned a sensational finding, hold ing the physicians responsible for Mc intosh's death. He reports that death was e-uoed by the administration of an overdose of hydrobromates of hy oscln (a preparation of henbane), and the relatives of deceased are prepar ing to carry the matter into court. Murder at Xoblesville. Noblesville. Ind.. Dec. 23. The third murder in Hamilton county in a month was committed here Sunday morning, when John E. Seay, second miller at the Noblesville Milling com pany, was shot and instantly killed at 1 o'clock. He was on duty at the mill and was shot while looking out of a window. The assassin stood oh the outside and fired a charge of buck shot into Seay's head, causing instant death. Will Fodrea. son of ex-Recorder Fodrea. a young man engaged in the laundry business, is under arrest charged with the crime. The evi dence, however, is all circumstantial, as no one witnessed the shooting. The young men were rivals for the af fections of a young woman here. Fodrea has been heard to threaten Seay. Jail Bird's Story. Elkhart. Ind., Dec. 23. Samuel Bau rer of Elkhart, who has served one half of a six months' jail sentence for horse stealing, says the horse was turned over to him by parties who had asked him to lease a barn here capa ble of stabling 20 or more hcrses and then take charge of the barn and sell or trade such horses as they would deliver to him. He says that since his imprisonment they have written him. promising him $1.25 for each day spent in jail, provided he refrains from revealing their identity. He re fuses to divulge their names. lystery Cleared! I "p. Evansville. Ind.. Dec. 23. The mys tery surrounding the disappearance of Rolla Britton of this city, has been cleared by a message received from a brother of Britton. The brother says Britton started from Memphis on Dec. 1 with a boatload of Christmas goods. At Elam Landing. Ark.. Brit ton and a companion got off for an hour's hunt. They became separated and Britton was ambushed and robbed by negroes. He was shot to deUh and his gun and ti'i were taken. The negroes escaped. A Chilly Kriwripnci". ,,-r Union City, Ind.. Dec. 23. The resi "fienee of Thomas Welch, a prominent farmer who lives one mile and a half west of this city, was destroyed by fire late at night. Mr. Welch and fam ily were compelled to walk half a mile to his brother's, clad only in their night clothes, with the thermometer 4 degrees below zero. The house and most of its furnishings were entirely consumed. Trains Come Together. i Lebanon. Ind., Dec. 23. The Chi cago Limited express, north oound on the Big Four and the second section of Big Four freight train No. 90 were wrecked in a head-on collision a quar ter of a mile west of Hazelrigg. late Saturday afternoon, demolishing the engines and mail coach and Injuring several passengers. The train men escaped death by jumping. Itnn Down By a Train. Elwood. Ind., Dec. 23. Miss Jennie Shaw, aged 30 years, residing in the southern part of the city, was run down by a Pan-Handle freight train. One cf the victim's legs was cut off and the other so badly mangled that amputation was necessary. The wo .man U in a critical condition. Sensible St mas 3 7 resents. rrr USEFUL, ORNAMENTAL AND CHEAP. .and Vv itit-, Sierl Ever. ""OYS TOOi;i:OXES a. 1 4 C LOT H ES; W RIXOERS The Universal Food Chopper. An Invaluable Household Article. This is the Only Machine which will actually Chop without mashing. The Best Meat Cutter , Made. i 1 - ,,, Vfe j--gga-- ,,. if "1 JONES HARDWARE CO ns: Silver Ware, Newest Patterns, Lower Prices Than Sterling Silver ouvenier Tea Spoons. MKCHANICAL TOOLS FAMILY AND OFFICE SAFES. SI2 and upward. Nic; fcr Jrwelr a i.l jiaptrs. WASHING MACHINES cn CO CD 'iti - -i rT; j m&m- r - Jin o CO CD CO CD Q cd" CA QJ S Q. o o o 3T CD l xn t rpf T? 1 ; m 1 : - z ZQ ,., ,To- ' r.Mpsr 'i fA FINK KITCHEN WARE OIL HEATERS o o rr-iirr i 9as to 9 Kortb Street, Coiner Tentli.