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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1901.
RICHMOND LOAN CO. ROOM 8, COLONIAL BUILDING. LOANS Do you need money? If you do, you can get it today by call- MONEY LOANS ing on us. We make leans on furniture, pianos, fixtures, MONEY LOANS teams, warehouse receipts, or any other personal property of MONEY LOANS value. You can keep the goods in your possession, and thus MONEY LOANS have the use of both the goods and the money. MONEY LOANS We make loans to salaried peoole who are permanently em- MONEY LOANS ployed by reliable firms on their own pr rional note without MONEY LOANS security. MONEY LOANS We make loans on diamonds, watches, and other articles of MONEY LOANS value left in pledge. MONEY LOANS You can get any amount from $.5.00 to J100. MONEY LOANS You can have from one to twelve months time. MONEY LOANS Yau will be treated courteously. MONEY LOANS You will receive honorable dealings. MONEY LOANS Your business will be strictly confidential. MONEY LOANS Your payments will be so small that you will not feel them. MONEY LOANS Call on us when in need of mon;y. MONEY RICHMOND LOAN CO., ESTABLISHED 18S. i Room 8, Colonial Building. S. E. Cor. Main and 7th Ste. Home Phone 445. E RRY THINGS TO GIVE THE MEN FOLKS; Here they are, that is if the cift3 are to be of the practical sort. Maybe above all he'd prefer an OVERCOAT or SUIT. Perhaps you could not please father, or brother, or son.better than to give him a gift of this sort. Overcoats or Suits here at $5 to $16. Lots of prices in between. Then if He 8 not in the family, but wiiliQg to be, lor mm a multitude of suggestions Smoking Jackets, Neckties. Collars, Suspend ers, Gloves, Mufflers, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Jewelry, Hats, Fancy Vests, etc. Our stock is full of Christmas suggestions of the useful sort. We can't tell about all. Gome and see them, the best way. The GLOBE The Price Clothiers, 803 Main Ot. i tx 10 hi, cow oft J7F01 FOR WINTER LEISURE thara't . world of satisfaction in the Smoking Jackets i House Co&ts Lounging Robes M T. P-t rLA. tnr Purposes Only, but Popular Novelties. A in Popular f abrics, at Popular Prices to supply the waorts of the everjr-day mavo who appreciates House Comfort. Let us show jrou the lines you'll be wOEnf to pajr more V) JOHN E. PELTZ, 3 XOHTH STE CHRISTMAS Furnishers and Hatters. VVIDUP & THOMPSON. fZif ST. FOLLIES OF FAblilUA 6ARTCRIAL VAGARIES OF THE CEN TURIES THAT ARE GONE. r.rolr.q.r Styles Tim I It-lcc: 1 lk. Time of fba.ffr That Hitalrd Ihr ItalnUonr tt:i! Sim Starched TUf.r Srard. It is a little gratifying to rrSect thai however tbt man of t!:iy mc.v coui pare with his ancestors of l.--s-3f turles in physique and morals. fc dress is tauch more moderate aul in expensive, even if it is Ks pictur esque, tlian theirs. It U true that here anJ there one may fiuO some foolish ycr.ng man whose taste in dress is as extravagant as that of any "buck" of the days of the Georges. There Is, for instance, a son of a well known peer who has the reputation of never wearing a suit twice. He has a wardrobe of waist coats of all the colors of the rainbow, ranging from a light blue spangled with silver stars to a deep green satin with buttons of eighteen carat gold, each of which is adorned with the painted face of a beautiful woman. Another wealthy aristocrat Is credit ed with having as many suits and uni forms as there are days in the year and with spending on his tailor's bill a sum which would pay the yearly salary of a minor cabinet minister. But such men are modestly arrayed compared with the dandies of many a past century. The earl of Northum berland who lived in the latter part of the fourteenth century boasted no few er than sixty suits of cloth of gold alone, and the bishop of Ely of that time had a change of raiment for er ery day of the year. Much' later, in Queen Mary's time, the wardrobe of a bishop might have been the envy of Solomon for the va riety and costliness of its contents, and even a simple village priest, according to Fuller, wore "a vestment of erinison satin, a vestment of crimson velvet, a stole and fanon set with pearl, gowns faced with taffetas, etc." In the days of Chaucer fashionable men wore clothes as many colored as Joseph's coat, so that "while one leg would be a blaze of crimson the other would be tricked out in greea or blue or yellow, without any regard to har mony or contrast." Kven as late as the middle of the eighteenth century a dandy would deck himself In "a vivid green coat, a waist coat of scarlet, yellow breeches and blue stockings," and the gentleman of a few years later wore, among simi lar sartorial vagaries, "a coat of light green, with sleeves too small for the arms and buttons too big for the sleeves; a pair of Manchester fln stuff breeches, without money in their pock ets; clouded silk 6tocklngs, a club of hair behind larger than the head that carries it. a hat of the size of a six pence on a block not worth a far thing." At one fashionable epoch our ances tors, to quote the words of a quaint chronicler, "would weare clothes so tighte to ye skin that it might well be conceived they wore no clothes at all," and at another they would wear them "so voluminous that a single suite might well have afforded rayment for a whole familie, and so stuffed out with feathers that, of a verity, their wearers resembled nothing so much as walking sackes." At another period It was the gro tesque fashion to combine on one per son the dress of all the countries of Europe the hat would be Spanish, the coat French, the trousers Turkish, and so od so that the wearer was a "walk ing epitome of the dress of a conti nent." At one time shoes would be worn with square toes of such width that a royal proclamation was issued limiting the width to six inches, and these shoes were succeeded by others which came to the finest of points at the toes. In Henry II.'s time shoes with points two feet long were worn by the fash ionables, and in the reign of Henry IV. these points had grown to such an inordinate length that in order to be able to walk at all it was necessary to attach the tips to the knees by chains, which were of gold or silver, while the tops of the shoes were carved with all kinds of fantastic designs. In the early part of the eighteenth century it was a common thing for a man of fashion to spend several hours a day with his valet, among the many quaint operations being "the starching of the beard and the proper perfuming of garments, the painting of the face and anointing with oils, tinctures, quin tessences and pomatums." It is even said that some of the dandies of the time bathed in wine and milk "for the preservation of their complexions and the rejuvenation of their energies." London Tit-Bits. - Works Like a Charm. Hanson Wonder how it is that the Jugginsons get along so harmoniously. They never have any quarrels, appar ently. Burt The reason is simple enough. Jugginson always lets Mrs. J. have the last word and she never tries to pre vent him from having his own way. Boston Transcript. Armrdias to Scale. Mrs. Wonder It seems to me that that music teacher is always asking for money. Mr. Wunder That's perfectly natnr- aL His scale, you know, begins and i ends with "dough." Baltimore Ameri can. Tff. Tlrwi. ft is hard to lose ona's relations," said the seedy individual with a mourning band an bis hat. "Hard5" echoed the man wbos check is good for a million. "Why. sir. It's simnlv imoossible." Chicago News. CHARLESTON EXPOSITION Excursion Tickets Now on Sale via Pennsylvania Lines. Low fares to Charleston, South Carolina, for the Interstate and West Indian Exposition are offered via Pennsylvania Lanes. Two forms of excursion tickets, season and fifteen day, may be obtained at special rates. For information about fares and trains consult C.W.Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating Sores, Ulcers- Costs Nothing to Try. Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deep-seated blood diseases on earth, yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used. If you have blood poison, prcducing ulcers, bone pains, pimples, mucous patches, falling hair, itching skin, scrofula, old rheu matism, or offensive form of catarrh, scabs and scales, deadly cancer, eating, bleeding, festering sores, swelling, lumps, persistent wart or sore, take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It will cure even the worst case after everything else fails. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) drains the poison out of the system and the blood, then every sore heaJs, makiug the blood pure and rich, and build tDg up the broken down body. B.B. B. thoroughly tested for 30 years. Sold at drug stores, $1 per large bot tie. A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical ad vice given until cured. Botanic Blood Balm does not contain mineral poi sons or mercury (as so many adver tised remedies do), but is composed of Pure Botanic ingredients. Over 3,000 testimonials of cure bv taking B.B. B tK Ji Tha Kind You Have A.lwm Bought Signature of A Giant Nerve Builder. The Mystic Life Renewer is the most Powerful Nerve Builder known. It absolutely cures all forms of Ner vous Disease and Weaknesses no matter how aggravated or how loDg duration, such as Neuralgia, Nervous Prostration. Nervous Paroxysms, St. Vitus' Dance, Palpitation of the Heart, Physical and Mental Weak ness, Debility of Old Age, Etc. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists, Richmond. 5 OASTORIA. Be,, the Tl Kind Yon Have Alwars Bougftt A "Woman's Awful Peril. "There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an operation" were the startling words heard by Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Lime Ridge, Wis., from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse. Then she began to use Elec tric Bitters which wholly cured her. It's a wonderful stomach, liver and kidney remedy. Cures dyspepsia, loss of appetite. Try it. Only 50 cents. Guaranteed. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Saw Death Near. "It often made my heart ache," writes L. C. Overstreet of Elgin, Tenn., "to hear my wife cough until it seemed weak and sore lungs would collapse. Good doctors said she was so far gone with consumytion that no medicine or earthly help could save her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and presis tent use of this excellent medicine Saved her life." It's absolutely guar anteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung di seases. 50c and $1 at A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottle free. DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes Ton Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful I cures made by Or. ji Kilmer's Swamp-Root, I the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, it is the treat tnedi- cal triumph of the nine teenth century: dis covered after years of f-3 Dr. Kilmer, the emi nent money ana Diad cer specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou bles and Bright 's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work., in private practice, among the he;piesstoo poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, aiso a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find oat if you have kidney or bladder trouble. W?ien writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and ftSHZ- send your address to r . T: ur. reamer oc uj.,cinj- aSSSTfc" hamton, N. Y. TheiE: reguiar fifty cent and H of wams-Boot, doiiar sizes are sold by all good druggists. V I K 1 mv k 3H id and ocinc itdicatttt destroys a t i flav ak a pam pin. kecr the III M V f 1 I lB pore, open and anale th: II I 1 11" ott and wivety. Curr aVllH U ptmpin. bkrtc, etc U- bV af al U ec:it for tf hath. nurwr, airtr.dcomr"'nf- cake at drug sospt. tlllBUCal TU ' i1 "' rr . HJUlf flEJlL I II ted au W is. jvttiaitt. .uk. ELECTRIC PILLS Ba-tctu Is .immediate and Peroianect Restores tho Power intended all men should havt if it has txren waited and dustroytsi by Excesses Abuse, Icdiscraja- of Yodta or Overwot k ; doe aw ay with tit IV e4. Wear. RtstUjss and Mela chofy FeeUa hi -"vas and Sieplrss Ni;hts.VV Buck and I -t k ef Aitjbttioa. .Makes ou feel freshed, young a ft in, and liie wortts liin CMnpletety rrtuilus the Nervcus System. One boi is sutncifcDt to cure most cases, od enough tc prxrve its worth to tn - most st ere. i oa pec box or fall grurRteed ci & box-s for Ss.on. oc take do cbm-e. n tvc -jxrmnt 6 boxes to curt is jo days or refund your r.trmey, watch is proo that we nms-tcore the tnajotvty r t oar patrons. in plain Tpt-.t 01 rx.etpt at price. ELECTRIC PILL C'JMPANV S WtaT Jackson 8T. CHICAGO I Li A. G. Luken A Co., G30 Main St. Charl L. Ma Raw, 201 Ft. Wa?n Av. HOLIDAY KATES Via the Cincinnati, Rich mond & Muncie Kail road. For tbe accommodation of persons wishiDy to make Holiday trips the C. Ii. & M. railroad has made a re duced rate of fare and one-third for the round trip to all points on their line. Selling dates December 24th, 25th, and 31st, 1101, and January 1st, 1902. Tickets jjood returning Janu ary 2nd, 1902. For further information address Charles A. Blair. City Ticket Apent Richmond, Ind. Educate Your Bowels. Your bowels can be trained as well as your muscles or your brain. Cas carets Candy Cathartic train your bowels to do right. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. Reidstcn Dairy. Reidston Dairy is now deliveriDp milk to its customers morning and evening, it being impossible to reach its patrons by morning de livery. We are determined to ac commodate our customers acd fur nish them the best article of pure milk and cream morning or evening as they prefer. All societies giving dinners and suppers where tbe proceeds are de voteu tocbari'able purposes will be furnished mil1' free of charge by making application. Reidston milk has no water to in crease tbe bulk, to enable us to sell cheap. We deliyer it in its natural purity. Home telephones, number 1349-361-139 904 F. nov22d30t HOW ARE YOUR KIDNEYS 7 Dr. Hobbs Sparagus pills cure all kidnev ills. Sample free. Add. Ster ing Remedy Co Reduced Rates to Cincin nati via C. R. St M. On account of tbe grand opera to to be hld in Cincinnati December 16th to 19th the C. R. & M. has made a reduced rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Selling dates December 16, 17, 18 and 19. Tickets good returning .December 20. C. A. Blair, City Ticket Agent. Phone 44. EDUCATE YOUR BOWELS WITH CASCARETS. Canay Cathartic, cure constipation orever. 10c 25c If C.C.C. fail, drug gists refund roonev OASTOnxA Boar, the ? ! Wways BoujsM All Who Use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price, including spraying tube, 75cts. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., Is. Y. New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1900, Messrs. Ely Bros.: Isold two bot tles if our Liquid Cream Balm to a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 Delachaise street, New Orleans; he has used the two bottles, giving him wonderful and most satisfactory re sults- Geo. W. McDriF, Pharmacist. A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. Westcott Block. Ponnsvlvania Linos TIBIB TABLB. In Effect Sunday, Nov. 24, 1901, Train rma by esatial standard Mia, UM. Dapait Arrive . ti a m al ta ,ljaaa f . ,. uaaaat Mpm aajaaa HiolliM Chdnul. Caacaaaarl arrvmrwtawtia.. HaaUtaaft Ckcbata. C R. i. Ctn. Ace,. laaUaMMlt Lisa. Not YmiISi Louia Mail 4 ; a at iilaa 3 Looaa IJ , .. 4 .3 a aa f .5 p at Ia.il. napnll. 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Ttcaat Cincinnati, Richmond ft Muncie R. R. Paaaaagat- Sakaalala la Effaat Oatabar 7, ISOI. EAST AND SOUTH. Lino to Cincinnati, Hamilton and Southern STATIONS "i vJfl '5 a 930am 3sspa S o aaa 9 35 am 4 00 p $ 45 Oaa Q54 am 4 15 pm 6oofaa 10 03 am 4 j pm 6 i pal 10 1 j am 4 35 pm 6 a) pan 1057 am 5 ao pm ooonan 11 35 am 6 00 pm 7 45 aaa Richmond ... " S. Richmod Boston.... . " Witts . " KUchell " C't'ce Grovo ArviaC H & D Hao ilt'n . Cincinnati w No. 2 connects at Cincinnati mth th C. A O., Ar Aehland. .AM Dm Ar Charieotoo 6:83 I Wriie Sulphur ..9:47 pm Baltimore... 7:67 am New York . .1:00 pm Via B. a O Arrive Chilllcothe. 8:18 pm WafbiDRton 6:41 pm Philadelphia. ..10:13 am Washington 4:47 1 PhliaUelphia 10J4 1 Arrivo Porkergbnr J.. 6) Baltimore .. 1:90 New York ISdS I No. 4 connect at Cincinnati with Q. 4 Arrive Arrive Lexington 10:20 pm Cha t tanoogo. 6 :0( I Birmingham...! :5 am Meridian - ...3 M New OrTeana4:lu pm WEST AND NORTH. Line to M uncie, Cleveland, Buffalo and the B m "I n m lit 10 35 am 5 45 pa f IS paa 1059001 6 it paa aaaapaa 11 it am 6 a4 pam go anaaa 11 6 am 640 pm lass paa 1135am 5opaa to 43 paa 1148 am 7 05 pea aa 50 ana 00 pm 7 90 pm xa is fan i. s pm 744 pm n nana ta 40 pm 00 pat 11 Sa oaa is 55pm I t so pm rs aa am STATIONS Lv Richmond . " WUUamab'g " Kconom y -" Loaantville BiounUviUa " Medfard. Ar Muncie m " Gaatoo Fowlerton Joneaboro ... No. 3 connects at Muncie with tho BiaT Knickerbocker Special Arrive Arrive El wood 8:31 pm Tipton M&B Lafayette 10:40 p m No 1 connect at Mnncie with LI.1W. Arrive Arrive Redkey .3:50 pm i:0" pm Portland . Lima ... Foatoria . 4:11 Celina Undlav Sandusky, 1 pm 00 pm F Stop for Passengers. At Muncie No. t connects with the Big Fe Knickerbocker SpeciaJ. C. A. BLAIR, Cltv Ticket 1 Cincinnati Northern R. Q. Trains pass West Maaobastar dally s follows: Marth Baa-a. Saatk No. ... n:ata No- 3., N0.4 :t a No.i.. draaaa Nos. 3 and 4 run only beitaetji Cladsaasal aaat Tea Wart. Nos. s and a run through hilaeaa CancSaaaaa sad Jscksoa. T. . Sahlaalar, ft. p.av Va Richmond and Daytoa Leave Richmond via P U C at St L Rr Co M aaa ci Leave Eaton via Liayton A Wee tern Traction Co fcKaaa 4e4i Ajtit. Dayton llWaas Mi Ba-roanrwa Leave Dayton via Daytoa ft West ern Traction Co . g:00 aaa 60 pas Leave Eaton via P O C ft St L By Co 10-.2S aaa 8:47 pat Arrive Richmond Via P O O A St L By Oo l:c asa 7:10 paa aaras of rau. Bonnd trip, Richmond sad Fstoa, via P. 4X C A Bt By Bonnd trip, Eaton and .Dayton, ra D. ft W. Traction Co . Bound trip, Richmond and Daytoa . ED. F. DALBEY 4 9 X. EIGHTH ST. PhotograpiiGr OUT-OF-DOOR WOBftt A 8PECXAXTT LANDSCAPES ANTStTALS. GKOUPS PIC3TIC8 PARTIES! GATHERINGS J