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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, .TAXTJAIIY 22, 1902.
IT IS COMING OUT European, Designs Towaril United States Four Years Aro I5einr Revealed. AUSTRIA DOESN'T CAIii: Dr Dynastic and Sympathetic Rla tious With Spain Made HerCuuise a Naliural One. Germany Ou the Other Hand Vehem , mtly Denies the Story and Cou , deiim Lord Crauburne. . -'..-Vienna, Jan. 22. Inquiries made at .the Austrian-Hungarian foreign office confirm tho essential points of the tatement made by Lord Cranborne, the British foreign under secretary. In the house of commons Monday. The dynastic relations of Austria with Byain. the'ueen regent being an arch duchess of Austria, led Austria before the declaration of war between Spain and the United States, to begin a peace propaganda, which was carried on not only in England but throughout Europe. France was ready to second the efforts of Austria. Germany and Russia maintained a passive attitude. Great Britain was at first disposed to ign the proposed note, but after a confidential report from Washington declined either to sign such a note as the Austrian ambassador proposed, or to take any further steps. Afterward Austria and France made direct rep resentations at Washington, but ceas '' . - - efforts after the declaration '-. rn that time forth, relying "- j the Done, who was approval of all J waa elected presicTenT 0. - university at a meeting of trustee oi the university held here yesterday. Little Rock. Ark, Jan. 22. E. B. Harvey was stabbed and instantly kill Ad by his son. Ara Harvey, as the re sult of a quarrel at Marshall, Ark. loanx Harvey was arrested. XUce AT THE CAPITAIs Oar Indianapolis Corwaponden-L-aUt With Point Politic. 1. Indianapolis, Jan. 22. Harry C Starr of Richmond, whose dapper at tire has always been a delight to fcif associates, surprised his ti lends bj appearing among theta today looking like a vetei.u returning from somi war. He wore a blue flannel arm; shirt, and one of his arms, which was recently broken, was bound beneatr his vest. He was as active as ever though, among the politicians. It is expected that he will be appointee member of the advisory committee oi the Republican s:ate committee. H Is engaged now in promoting the wel fare of the C. R. & M., which he says Is the healthiest young railroad in th country. He exptcts that throug,i service will be established betweer Cincinnati and Chicago by it withis the next few weeks. John W. Dyer of Hammond, candi date for Republican nomination loi treasurer of state, who was here today surprised some of his friends by stat ing that he was the youngest man tc serve in the cavalry from either Mich igan, Indiana or Illinois during the civil war. He is but 53 years old now He also claimed that he is the oldest Elk in point of years of membership iz the state. He is a new man in stau politics, but his friends think he is running well. Nat TJ. Hill of Bloom ington and T. B. Millikan of Newcas tie, other candidates for treasurer were also here today. James S. Stutesman of Peru and his friend Henry Marshall of Lafayett were here last night. Both are candi dates for the legislature and expeci to win out. They will reverse the or der of things, however, as to the speak ership of the house, as Marshall wiL be the candidate this time instead oi Stutesman. Marshall is regarded ai anti-Hanly and inasmuch as Hanly ha. captured the organization in Tippe canoe county, it was thought that Marl shall's chances have dimmed, but Mar shall said be and Hanly are friend! and that he is confident of being nom inated. Mrs. Silas T. Bowen, grandmother o Miss Holuian, received a telegram lasi ight confirming the report that tut oniantic engagement between Mis: lolman and Marconi, inventor of t tit tireless telegraphy, has been brokei iff. No reason was given. Miss Hoi nan is well known in social circles lere and the announcement some tim o of her romantic meeting and en tagetuent with the famous inventoi k-as widely written of in all the lead ng papers. Much surprise is express id here at its sudden termination. The annual midwinter meeting o' he Republican State Editorial asso L-iaiioa win Degm nere tonignt with t Imnquet at the Denison House, a which Governor Durbin, Private Sec Jretary Wilson and Attorney Genera ITaylor will be guests of honor. Th regular business session will be helc tomorrow afternoon. Nearly all th candidates for state office who wen here for the reorganization of the stat committee have remained over to mee with the editors. The Indiana Retail Lumber Dealers association held its annual meeting here today and tonight at 8:30 wiL Wave on their annual Southern excur ion. which will include a visit to th Charleston exposition, the easten coast of Florida, and a week in Cubac ports with Havana as the objectiv terminal. The ttip will last for nearlj three weeks. About 100 lumbermet with their wives will take the trip. A state official who was figuring or the state debt saio today that if con gress allows Indiana s civil war clain of $714,000 during the present sessior that nearly $1,500,000 of the debt wil be wiped out this year and that at the present rate of making payments it will nearly ail be squared within tht next four ypars. Then he explained i' will be possible to give a low stati rtax levy. Arrangements are being made foi the annual province convention of tht Phi DeKa Theia fraternity here th night of the sia.e oratorical contest It is expec.od tia; college men will b here from the entire s aie. The con version is of much in erest to them as the Ph? Dvl.a The as are strong U Indiana, having chap.eis at nearly ev ery coulee. Get the Most Out of Your Food You don't and can't if your stom ach, is weak. A weak stomach loes not digest all that is ordi larily taken into it. It gets tired asily, and what it fails to digest wasted. Among the signs of a weak stom- ch are uneasiness after eating, fits f nerv ous headache, and disagree able belching. "I hare taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at 'different times for stomach troubles, and a run down condition of the system, and have been greatly benefited by its use. I would not be without It in my family. I am trou bled with weak stomach and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla invaluable." E. B. Hickxjut, W. Chester. Pa. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system. i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor ana cneertuiness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order . . I. t become so crevalent ; Xi 'a: i iz not uncommon attached with weak kid neys. If the child urin ates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition cf the kidneys and bladder and net to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty cent and one dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle by man free, also pamphlet tell- Bona of swamp-Root ing all about it, including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. FNOACEMKM OIP Manor Marroiii'i Kiuiic? Askd And Obtains Iter Ki'lfasc New York, Jan. 22. Mrs. II. B. Hol niau of this city has announced that her daughter Josephine had asked Marconi, the developer of wireless tel egraphy, to release her from her en gagement to marry him. an I that Mr Marconi had complied wkh her re quest. The first announcement of the en gagement of Miss Josephine Bower Holman and Mr. Marconi was made ii Indianapolis last April, and the pros pective marriage was to take place ir the autumn. Winter came and th success or Marconi with the wireless telegraph, and the statement was made that on account of the experi ments of the Inventor in remote re gions It seemed wiser to defer the mar riage for a time. No explanation Is given regarding the young lady'f change of sentiment. CP AGAINST IT Ieraiorati lust Abltle By tbe Plat tor m Says t'suni. Washington, Jan. 22. The commit tee of 12 appointed by direction ot tht caucus of house Democrats to considei a number of resolutions outlining tht policy to be pursued by the majoritj during the present congress, hav agreed by a vote of 11 to 1 to recom mend to the general Democratic cau cus which meets on Friday the adop tion of a resolution declaring it to b the sense of the Democrats of tht house that the caucus is not for th purpose of making platform declara tions and has no power to add to oi subtract from the national platforms already adopted. Mr. Henry of Texas will offer as a substitute a resolutlot for the reaffirmation of the Kansas City platform. fonATei!'a t. Washington. Jan. 22. For nearlj two hours yesterday the senate hac under consideration tue Philppine tar iff bill- The measure was made th unfinished business and probably wll hold that position of preference unti it shall have been voted on finally In the absence of other pressing busi ness the house managers' are allowiai the widest latitude in the debate ot the urgent deficiency bill now befor the honse. The irrigation of arte lands in the West and the advisability of retaining control of the Philippines were the main topics under discussiot yesterday. PmiMKiiion roeirr Favor. Washington. Jan. 22. The commit tee on the election of president ant vice president of the house yesterda; made a favorable report on the bit for the election of United States sena tors by direct vote of the people. Tht report follows literally that of las year and presents the advantages a popular election of senators. Af kt Iiitervrotion. Washington. Jan. 22. Representa tive William Alden Smith of Michigan a member of the house committee oi foreign affairs, yesterday introduced I resolution directing the state depart ment to request the British govern ment to withhold the sentence ot dealt passed on Commander Schepers, whe is about to be shot. Jaw jHSry CrGLTEI-MO MABOOKI. i ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY OFFICERS. STATE SENATOR. Chartom C. Binkl I a candidate for State Senator, subject to R pab icvn somirs ion. lames S. Ostrander i a candidate 'or ", aeomvur irum fcaue County, subject to ine Be- i JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. esse S. Reeve U a candidate for Jn'nt Retcfentairc tr ui ttnee and F ett ctua-ti-s. subject to the Republican 11 minatioa. Roscoe E. Klrkman is a candidate for Jiint r-priseiitaiive i iu Wayne and Kavette counties sjbjci to Republican nonttuation REPRESENTATIVE. Tr. W. Tencei U a onaida'e for Repre-senlatiT,-, ubjec u Hepublicaa nomination Oliver 6. Oavis U a candidate for Knre sei 'ative renominaUon, subject to Rpublran oominati n PROSE CUTIN6 ATTORNEY. Earl E. Widup is a caid date for Proaecn tor, subiect to R publ can nomination.) Paul Comsteek ' a cudidae for Prosecnt in ft Attorney, subject to the Republican nomi nation. William M. Kelley a candidate for prose cuting attorn?) , subject to the Republican lomination. Robert I Study is a candtfate for prose cutor, subject to Republican nomination. Wilfred Jessup is a canddat 'or froee utor, su'ject to Republican nomination. CLERK. Edgar M. Haas i a candidate for Count; Cler. subject to the Republican nomination Edward Muhl is a andidate for County i Icrk subject tothe Republican nomination SHERIFF. Richard S. Smith i a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the R-publicsn nomination. Albert B. Staen is a candidate fr Sheriff, subject to the Republic n noi ination.f Linus P. Meredith is a candidate for Pberiff of m ne couut, subject to the RepubUi-an nomination Oliver N. I ong a candidate for sheriff, sub ect to the Republican nomination. AUDITOR. H. J. Hanei a candidate for County Audit r. subject to Republican nomination. Demss S. Coe a ran 1 id ate for County Auditor, subject to Republican nomiiiation. TREASURER. J. A. Spekenhiee eandidat for county treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. COMMISSIONER. Middle District Bsa. W. Ebaraol is a candidate for County to in ill i bhi er or the Middle District, sub- ect to tiw Re publx-an nomination. laaao Davis ia a candidate for county com- miHsioner. Aiiuiil- District, subject to the Ke pubticau nomination. John F. Dynes 'a a candidate for county couiraiss'oner. Middle District, subject to the Republican nomioati n. jiaa, EaatariTfllstrlet. Rlohartt A. Davenport is" a candloate-fm Conntv Coraicissioner fb' the Eatem Dis trict, subiect to the Republican nomination. Joseph R. Mitliken ' cand daie for coun ty cnmniiMionrr, Eastern Dis:rict. subject to the Republican nomination Cornelius E Wilav. of Bethel, is a caodi- dtte for couuty c-mmasioner. Eastern Dis trict, subj ct 1 1 the Republican nominal on LeRoy Kelly a candidate for county com missiooer. KasUrn District, subject to tho Re publican nomination. CORONER. Dr. E.V.Brower 's a candidate for Coroner, sni'ject t tbe Hrpuolican nomination. Dr. Stephen C. Mark lay u a candidate for coroner, subject to Republican nomination. Or. Frank H. Dunham is a candidate for coroner, subject to R puD.i.an nomination. TOWNSUIP OFFICERS. ROAD SUPERVISOR. Jerry M. Wallace a candidate for Road Supervisor r IMstrict No. . Wayne township. ftuhjeut to tt e Republican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR: Albert G. Ogbom is a candidate tor Mayor subject to the R publican nomination. Dr. W. WJZImineraaana a candidate for Mayor. oubj-ct to ibe Republican nomination Dr. Joaeoh M. Bulla ' a candidate for uayor, riii'je.'t U, R pujiic-n nomination. CLERK. John F. Taggart is a candidate for cit cle k, subject to inr Republican nomination. Was. C. By ram i a candidate for city cleik subject lo the tapubli-an nomination. Balls A. Bescher is a candidate f ,r city clcra, subject io jsei ublican tioruu si on TREASURER. Ckas. A. Tennis s a candidate for city traauier, subject to Republican nosninat-ou. Harry T. Flener is a candidate for city treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. COUNCILMAN. Ckarlee S. Nasi is a candidate for council from the ai.th frard, snbject to tbe Republi an . omtna ioi.. . J. Raa Riffle ts a candidate for councilman fruui ibr roiutk Wara, subject to the Republi can nooaicatioa. t Theasas W. Gibba is a candidate for coun cil trou. toe -Miti nard, subject tothe Repub lican nomination. Watt P. O'Neal is a candidate for eouncil-r-an rom tbe oizih Ward, subje.t to the Re publkan nomination. W. H. Ward candidate for eouncilmaB from tne Third ard. sabjtct to tbe Republi can nomuiatii-n. Edgar Nerrta is a candidate for council from tbe Third Ward, subject to the Republi can nominal ion. Arthur A. Cerate is a candidate for coun cil tri m he fiiam toard, subject to the Repub lican nom nation Henry W. Deeker is candidate for coun cil irom t' e Second W ard, subject to the Re publican dor ligation. W. W. Alexander is a card date for coun cil from H e -vi-nd W aid, subject to 1 he B e pnblican nominatk-n Nathan S. Lamar is a candidate for coun cil from tbe Fifth Hard, subject to tbe Repub lican nomination O. A. Left wick, candidate for council from Fflth vara, subject to the Republican nomi nation. faDr. L. G. Bewer. SI aorta ninth street, candidate for counrr man from tbe third ward, subjea t to the Republican nomination George M. Gayer, candidate for council man from seventh ward, subject to the Repub lican nonunaxion. BJ. Cox. candi'' a4 e for councilman from tbe fourth sard, snbject to Ue Republican nomination. . Alenze M. 6ardaer is a candidate for n.ciuua i Riclimoii . . J North Third St. C. R. WEST AND NORTH. No. s Sunday Cmiy STATIONS No- 1 L)iiy Kaily Lea 5. B. a S. a.iy,W i i.ua .... n 1 ' xlurd (. Col t. orner . . t-uttge OruTe .. K, icntll ........ ui .... ...... Boxion . .... 1 tu icy ......... Wohe S. Richmond .... 8 -Oiin luata VlVim 9 am lulUam f in Id am 7!Mpm fi ltpm SJxpm iHlpm 9tU pm t 9 11 pin 10 30 am ID S'l am 10 59 am 11 11 am 11 -6 am 113d am 1 1 a a. 11 IK pm l2iopm f 12 4 1pm 10 pm 1 4pm 1 43 pm 2 02 pm 2 rr pm 8 10 pm 5 4 pm 30pm Si-htiiffrl . 5 50 pm V 33 pn Williamsburg r.coikomy ..... Lusantvllle . . HkHintsvitie . Med lord...... tA3Un . ..... Jauncy ....... rowierton .... Jottesiboro kira wectaer . Mrcr Lonvene .... jlmbuy ...... Sant.1 Fe...... PTB 6 16 pm 6 2 pm 6 43 pm t H pm 7 lu pm 7 -i pm 7 4 i pm BM pm o i pm 9 4J pm 100-2 pm 10 lt pm 10 31 pm ! 4.) p lOSV pm 11 15 pm 114pm U5pm 1220 am 12 40 am Ar 3 Ji pm 15 pm 4 3 pm 4 4 pm ouu pin Sli pm 5 ."2 pm f Stop for Passengers. Connections No. 3 at Muncie Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buffalo and New York, and all points ou Big Four. No. 1 at Muucie to all points on L,. E. & V. At IVru Wabash for liuffalo, St. Louis, Detroit and Toledo. Xos. 2 and 4 at Cincinnati C. & O. ; B. & O.; Q & C. ami L. & V. for all points east and south. No. 4 Special rates to Jacksonville and southern winter resorts. Heme Phone 11. CHAS. councilman from the Seventh Ward, tubj K't to the Rejiublicxn nomination. Avgust ktathorst is a candidate for coun cilman from Fifth Ward subject lo Republican nomination. Feb. 17. Pennsylvania Liner TIME TABLE. In Effect Sunday, Nov. 24, 1901 Cataa raa by central standard time. i Aartv il loi noopi S IB S S 8 5 P to so p m 0k noon 'UP if t jsops S 3- 05 S 1 43 a 1 5 ii' laeJnaartl Line. Osfiart Haasllioa & Cinrinnad 1151a Cinrmnad Acoomodation , 8 50 a as Hamilton ft fia-...i , , , 6 on p at li. K. s L Cia. Ace. 3 s p si Indlanaeelle Usa. New York ft St Louis Mail 4 5 a as StLoois lnitad 4 4SSSI IiMtisnspolis Ace 6 so am Nsw York at St Sonis Mail so is a si New York at St Louis p si St Louis Lamissd Mail 4 55 p M A s L. Fast Mall is o Bradford & ladpla Acc . ......xi 5 a m Locanaort Aoc Chlcaao Fast Mali at Eao. ji 15 a m Ctncmaast at LosTansport ar,,,, y 3 p a, Cla. ft Chicaffo Night Kap 11 13 p m Daryten ft Xeala Lie. Daryten Xsnla Soc'Bd. ft Cots. Aoc... . S so a 7 35 P 10 10 as so so as 11 oj p s 7 33 pa 440SB Dayton Xaaia A Coiumbas. Daytoa Ptoa. A New York- Cola. Pkts. ft Mew York Daron ft Xaaia arc .SO Of IB so os a m 4 35 P si Sooia Mew York I JirillaO Plena, Urban A Oolemea Use. St Louis A New York Mail i as a as 4 47 Indpia. ft Cola. Aoc... 10 is a m s so p s Pitta ft Cast Mail Ero eacnm lam St tioais UmlMd Mail 4 o o Indpls ft Bradiord Acc .... 3 55 p at n 30 a a Grand Raatda ladiaaa My. Ft- W., O R. ft Petosker Ea. s:os m 1:400 s Grand Rapida ft Mack Mail ,...ia lopa isecii Northland Kwpwuma 11 it p a t 55 a Dally AO othor trains daily J. A. Goraaoo. Staaoa Maatar. C. W tlaw. Ticks Attant- Cincinnati Northern R. K. Trahu pass Won Manchester dail aacan Sua. s foUows: Merth Settth Bms No- ; No. j. No. 1 -o:oi . . No Noa. 3 and 4 run ooly belwieii ClndaBjasi aa Wart os. s sad s raa thnmch tmf noa CtnclAtea J ackson. T. 8. M. Sehlndler, B. . A Totsaao. G. Richmond and Dayton Leare Richmond via P C C ft St L Rt Co 9-.1 am Leave aton via Dayloa a Western Tract 100 Co 94 am Arriya Dayton 11 QB am fcea or fcr, pr anrwajriso. Leave Daytoa via Dayton ft West- era Traction to 8:uu am 6:00 om IWtr Unet U s Leave Eaton via P O C ft St L By Co is-Mam 6 4T om Arrive Richmond via P O O A St L Ry Co 10:66 am 7.SU pm aaraa or rata Round trip, Richmond and Eaton, vie P. O C ftSkRy Round trip. Eaton and Daytoa. visTiS.'ftwT xracuon o Round trip. Richmond and Daytoa , 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 Lines. Two forms of excursion t ickets, season and fifteen day, may be obtained at special rates. tor information about fares and trains consult C. W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind. ifc Muncie Railroad. & M. Pasaongar Station. CABT AND SoCTH. No. Daily No. - kxcept Sunday Sunday Only . . ll'Wta 1 Oil pas 112nara liopm . .. tloam 1 4a pm I 1JU pm 1'Ul in r f : l a 0 pm x l pm tiliuii la 4o pm - 40 p t 5 am 1 03 pm 9 Oil pm 7 1 am 1 ' pm 3 aa pm t f t 7 34 am 1 SO pm 1 15 pa Ti i am 2 31pm 4 ( pm 814 am U)a 4 24 pm 8 .8 am 3 49 pm 4 & pm H 7 am 2 54 pm 147 pm S am S l- pm S "V pia 4ui 8 pm 51'ipio 0 Aj am 355 pm A4 pm j 9 35 am S 40 pm 15 pm 9lam 4 1'ipm 601 pm f I If l"0 '. am 4 ii pry I 6 11 pm 10 15 am 4 pm ! 6 J5 pm 103 am 4 1 pa I 1034 am S' pm ! .. 1057 am) 641 pal 7 09 pm 1 1 am 1IM pm 7 45 pm STATION'S LEAVE Ptra Sauta Fe A m D o y . . . Con verse Mier ... Xaraa Jaucsouro .... r ow Icrtoa .... Janticy .... .. tatoa ...... Mcdtord ..... rJiuumnviUe .. Lisantsviite .. iicnomy .... Williamsburg aicia;ti... S Richmond... Wdhe lruiey Hottoa .... .... Witts ......... Kitchcll Cottage Orove . cs i Col. Corner. m i Oxford .... ui I Zami:., . . . u lS.a:is3id Ar A. BL UR, City Ticket Agent. Preserve Your fa? th here tor laundering. lIOtfieS . . Our method are the same as those in tbe home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits your work, con 6dent in his abil ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet ciemug aloo done here. City Shoeing Shop - - C. M. W'lson, Prop. In the rear of Chalk Taylor's livery barn, 13 to 15 S. 11th St. HORSES CALLED FOR A2sD DELIVERED. Phone 1314 S. K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Ral Estate, Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work ... A tlct to lev a tcne vov mt rsra O. B. MORGAN. Practical Fl timber and Oaa Fitter 8b nd V. K Sta.. Vlettmeerl T-. k BARGAIN r"- In Main St. -Business Property in Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury &, Son. Westcott Block. ifii il A til