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RICHMOND DALLY" PALLADIUM. TUESDAY. .TAXUABY 28, 1902.
IT CREATED TALK Gen. Wlieaton's Recent frit ieim of cluirmaii Stirs the Semite. MIN0KITY HAS KICK Ur. Dubois, Speaking For Hi- Side Says They Have Had Enough ut "TLreais and IM uLiuail." Acrimonious Debate Is T!tn- Fre cipitatctl and It Takes a Wide Washington. Jan. 2S. An animated and prolonged discussion was precipi tated hi the senate yesterday over the right of army officers to criticise ut terances made in the senate or else where on the conduct of affairs in the Philippines. At times it became somewhat acrimonious, officers in the Philippines being taken sharply to task for statements attributed to them in dispatches from Manila. Rising to a question of privilege early in the session Mr. Dubois (Ida ho) had read a press dispatch from Manila in which General Wheaton was quoted as criticising some utterances of Prof. Schurman in a speech deliv ered in Boston. Mr. Dubois thought the president in the circumstances would be warranted in reprimanding General Wheaton for his criticisms. Ha declared that such comment upon th action of the senate was "outra geous and indecent" and that the mi nority had had quite enough of threats and blackmail. The debate thus precipitated took a wide range. Mr. Lodge, Mr. Spoon er and others maintained that no newspaper utterance ought to be ac cepted as the basis of a reprimand of any officer unless it were supported by an investigation indicating the ac curacy of the report. Rising to speak on the pending question Mr. Money (Miss.) delivered an extended speech, in the course of which he went pretty thoroughly over the whole Philippine question. Mr. Piatt (Conn.) took sharp issue with the Mississippi senator on some of his conclusions of constitutional law, contending that the United States could not be expected to grant inde pendence to the Filipinos and to re linquish all rights in the islands mere ly because of the natives' desire for liberty. Uttle was done In the house and that body ad journed until Wednesday. SlOII.i;i Till-lit SPOUT Indian Who Were Torturinic Victim liecketl llj IT. S. Marshal. Guthrie. O. T., Jan. 2S. Fred Tiner, a fullblood Shawnee Indian, alleged to have outrag?d tree Shawnee squaws on last Thmslay. was tied to a stake to be burned to death by member of his tribe, men and women. He was first cruelly tortured. His face was beaten out of shape, his ears were torn nearly off by squaws, and other horrible tortures were being ap plied when Deputy United States Mar shal Davis arrived from Arbeka, I. T., held the mob back with a gun, and singlehanded cut the thongs, backed away from the crowd with his pris oner, and safely escaped to Weweka. where Tiner was placed in jail. They Iion't lake It Kimlly. St. Thomas, Danish West Indies. Jan. 28. The Tidende, referring to the signing of the treaty providing for the sale of the Danish West Indies, says: "A plebescite appears to be out of order and superfluous. After negotiations for the sale, lasting for j years, everything is completed. Ask- j ing the people s opinion is a strange ' proceeding intended to shift the re sponsibility which the inhabitants should not assume. There was a clearly fixed plan to sell, despite warn ings and appeals. A repetition of the ordeal of 1867 is repulsive. It is re ported that the treaty is uncondition al;' therefore the people are called on j to vote without knowing anytmng or their future." Inwrr Mar Be eonmpltre. New York. Jan. 28. Edward Kern, the valet of PaiU G. Thebaud. who is accused of having robbed his employ er of $50,000 worth of jewelry, reach ed this city yesterday in custody. Kern told Captain Titus of places in this city where he had pawned small pieces of jewelry, but when asked if he would reveal the hiding place of a $15.00) pearl, he said he was not ready and that whether he would or not depended upon the advice of his lawyer. Sexton's SaioiJe New York. Jan. 2S. William Schell made a murderous assault on his em ployer, Gustav Wall, in Toms River. N. J., yesterday. Leaving Wall uncon scious, Schell went to the German Presbyterian church, of which he was sexton, made a pile of pew cushions, saturated it with kerosene oil, and set it on fire. Then he went into the church basement and committed sui cide by shooting. - Chicago Hotel Traced y. Chicago. Jan. 28. Dr. Harry J. Zeigler of 316 West King street. Lan caster, Pa., fatally wounded his wife Anna and then killed himself yes terday afternoon at the Wellington hotel. B.l AT 1IIK BKST From All V tfi mi m Neely Wu Kouiiil s.iort. !Su)x Inswctor. Havana, Jan. 2S. The chief witness yesterday in the trial of the charges growing out of the Cuban post-1 trauia was Inspector Gregory, who testified to having come to Havana when u.- liuds were discovered u inspect the department of tLuance of the Cul)t.n Gregoiy siid that the at counts of C. F. W. Netly were exa:::iaed standpoiaid and credit to Ni-t-ly of siroyed tu-re was accounts of $3i),C.i0, while with the exact amount debited against him by Washington and shown by the sui tor's books, there was a shortage of $foO,813. Gregory said the cash ac count showed a shur age of $110,278 and estimated the total shortage at $131,413. Regarding the miscellane ous account kept by Neely, Gregory said he had discovered several charges, the amount of which corre sponds to certain private bills of Estes G .Rath bone which Neely had charged to this account, and for which there were no vouchers. TOOK 1HK SAKKS Train Koblx-rs In South Carolina Fix to lMt at Leisure. Charleston, S. C. Jan. 28. An ex press robbery occurred near Branch ville shortly after 7 o'clock last even ing. As the northbound train from Charleston slowed up two miles from Branchville the engineer and fireman and conductor were ordered by sev eral masked men at the point of pis tols to stop the train. The robbers overawed the passengers, uncoupled the engine and express and baggage car, went two miles up the road, un loaded the two iron express safes, put them on a two-horse wagon and drove away. The express messenger was ordered by the robbers to unlock the safes, but declared that he did not know the combination. The leader is supposed to be the notorious Bartow Warren, who robbed the express car within a few miles of Branchville in 1899. He murdered the chief witness against him and es caped froai jail, and recently has been reported as at large in Orangeburg county. A Question of State. Berlin, Jan. 28. Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia will give a dinner to Andrew D. White, United States ambassador, and Mrs. White, Jan. 31. Mr. White dined last night with Count Von Buelow, the imperial chancellor. It appears uncertain whether Presi dent Roosevelt will accept a present from Emperor William, owing to the traditional belief that the presidents of the United States ought not to ac cept gifts from abroad. If President Roosevelt . accepts this present, the character of- which is as yet secret, it will probably be deposited in the Smithsonian institution or accepted pending congressional approval. It is understood here that inquiries are be"ing made in Washington concerning the inclinations of President Roose velt, and that no present will be of fered if it is intimated that it must be declined. Krnxt-r'i Visit Not Likely. The Hague, Jan. 28. The rumors that Mr. Kruger, having received in vitations from Chicago, New York and Philadelphia to visit these cities, would probably stan upon an Ameri can tour next April, arose from the efforts of some pro-Boers who are anxious to further energetically their propaganda in the United States. It is probable that some Boer delegates will start for America in the spring, but unless there occurs a material im provement in the health of Mr. Kru ger it will be physically impossible for him to be a member of this party. Arrenteil In ( Inclnnnli. Washington. Jan. 28. The police department ha3 received word of the arrest in Cincinnati yesterday of Mor tis Affelder, alias Herman Halderfer. on a charge of forgery. Affelder also is wanted in Washington for the al leged forging of Senator Beveridge's name to three checks upon which he is said to have obtained $200 from lo cal Arms. He was employed by the senator as a servant and disappeared four weeks ago. Xw With the Senate. Washington. Jan. 2S. The senate yesterday in executive session receiv ed the treaty with Denmark, . trans ferring the West Indies possessions of that country to the United States. The exact consideration specified in the treaty to be paid by this country is $3.no.C00. ii;i:m; tki.kciijams Joseph f'oi shot and kill -d Hoarl RaUcIiffc in a crowded church at Eairle Mill. Ohio. t'ha. Hrris aud Henri Jame were mortal); shot in a ireneral row la Bell eouutT. Kr. Two negroes were lynched in West Carroll. I.., pansh. tjr the munier of C. N. Grant, police Jrr. Si(riHi Layponi, the Pope's phyician. ?sy. "The Pope is in excellent health, both mental aad physical." Tiie steamsnip Vrabria and rttrnri rora mun4eatei at sea by wtrelesn telegraphy when lzi mile apart. President Mitchell, of the United Minr Workers of America, i to gel a bousi of ."1 s year la bis salary. Bishop Burke, of Albany. N T.. says Kins Edward' coronation oath will be an in-ult If t a:hoiics ererrwhere. Near Jewell Kansas a lliwrari Paciflc train was ditched by running into a snow bant. No one bat t lie engineer u injured. The I'nited States supreme eonrt will take a TS ess from next Monday until Monday Feb. 24. The recess will be devoted to the coasi iteration of questions already heard. The French chamber of deputies has hecun the discussion of a bill authorizing t'i- com pletion of a number of projected waterways ano canals involving the expenditure oi sver uuujuu fraacea. fro-i th-t-e (liferent J marked v. ita a .y iak that unlike ; i t ;!Lo. i,JLm L cU 1 X i w , - ' taat, even with a j Otacr l-vlalt. th PlO.l.a ''!as'lra ue ..u-i K-v-u cm- j ' J' r . 4v . J 1 j CAPITAL NOTES Indianapolis Doinc Detailed By Our pri-iat 4 rreMiiUt-iit. Indianapolis, Inl., January 28. The "com waer politicians Otherwise the l'iouij.uou-ai.3 are getuug imoj tile niil eiiy. Ttu-y iia; set' Use tta. waitjj Apt ti. asKed will tune pta-e here eaiiy in st.i.e oi. t-e ic-atltrs i.u were iou&y toouia uea Uj tick- prominent prty inn, "but we exp.-e. j to have sr.ca a good organization tha; j we will wake a better show,ji5 than I ever. Ve will be allowed watchers! at all voting places this tiiae. ant! that will mean several hundred votes 1 at least to us." The Prohibitlonisits are rapidly getting county tickets in the race, and they intend to organize down to the precincts. It was stated today that their state committeemen will have a meeting here soon to fur ther plans. W. C. McMahon of Crown Point was a guest at the Denison House today. He is an applicant for the appoint ment to the circuit judgeship of Porter and Lake counties a position held by Judge ouiette, wno was elevated to the supreme bench by Governor Dur bin. McMahon expressed his willing ness to the governor some time ago to serve. It is understood that tne candidates at Hammond have agreed to alJow the bar association decide who shall be the Hammond candidate. The Porter county bar has endorsed a brother of Congressman Crumpacker, so it is thought that the attorneys of the two counties may simplify the matter for the governor. Although it's a certain thing now that Prince Henry of Prussia is com ing to Indianapolis the men in charge of Lie arrangements hardly know what to do to show him a good time. The prince may be here for more than an hour. The governor and Mayor Bookwalter took up the matter of ar rangements at a meeting in the state house today and some committees wer? anpo'nted. If Henry can srani for it there is a likelihood that he will b takn for a short drive about the city's most prominent places ot in terest. The rurai free mail carriers of tr middle division gave a banquet at the Denison House last uitrht in honor of the new superintendent, S. B. Rath bone, who recently succeeded Frank C. Dice of Copiers ville. . About 50 carriers were present to enjoy th? good cheer. There were a number of humorous speeches, Mr. Rathbone ex pressing his apprreii'ion. U is likely that an arrangement for er annual je - union of the mail carriers ,e made, as their numbers aVe rasilly increasing. Will Zearing. ch:ef of the depart ment of oil inspection, is preparing hi3 annual renort. which he will file with in a few t!ays with Geologist Biatch ley. It will sho that the department has inspected over 300.000 barrels of oil the past year, of which 40.000 were inspected in Indianapolis and 10,0 0 in Terre Haute. There are 18 deputies in the department and they receive 10 cents for each barrel they inspect and the state under the pres ent arrangement receives but little. Alva M. Higgins. one of the prom inent young attorneys o Terre Haute, was here last night. He was about the hotels and clubs for a while, but he is not so busy there as when he was in active politics. During the last few months Higgins has been engaged with Colonel Oliphant of Petersburg and a number of Indianapolis capital ists in floating a gold mine company that is about ready to begin opera tions. evnlel In a I rream. 5'uncie, Ind., Jan. 2S. I.ee Warrn. a young farmer residing near Mat thews, announces that, aided by a dream, he has solved the perpetual motion problem. A few nights aeo he had the mystery solved to him in a dream, and getting out of bed gan to work on lines trained in tne dream. For 43 hours he claims that he has had a machine making 6 0 revolutions per minute, and the ma chine is still at work. The invention is not yet completed, and the mau will give no details. An International Court. Mexico City, Jan. 28. The project for an international court of claims was presented at yesterday's session of the Pan-American conference. Though it has not excited any feeling and therefore has not attracted the same amount of attention as the ar bitration treaty, it is really of even greater practical importance. It is in reality itself a compulsory arbitra tion plan, applied, however, only to controversies involving nothing but pecuniary claims. tinrnun Now know It. Baltimore. Jan. 28. United State? Senator-elect Arthur P. Gorman was officially notified of his election her yesterday. The notification took placr at the Hotel Rennert. A joint com mittee from tbe house and senate con veved the information. to Tako Eaoy to Operate Because purely vegetable yet thor ough, prompt, healthful, satisfactory Hood's PiUo 2'J 2,t'ii.i J stamps tie- i sca u-autts to tee cc-ave-nucut ; us cjciuneK pao scaa mtciMtua. . V ;1 M I I &2 . JL. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY OFFICERS. STATE SENATOR. i Charles C. Blnkley i en-iidte for;State ! 3rnKtor, subject to SU-pubiican r.o;nir a:un, 1 James S. Ostrander a candidate -or irum i! tuuiy, suajeci to u pjt.iiM.-ai oa,U,tawtt j Kt f ir-rot tive I .1. U y e 4a t REPRESENTATIVE. Pr. f. W. Yencer is s eodidse for Rpre-wrtariT-, foHjeci I" Kepubiics" nomination Oliver G. Davis s a n.'idit for R pre-e-ttive reaouiiu: ion, subject U Rr publc&ii nominU n PROSECUTING ATTOtNET. Earl E. Widup cLd date for Piosecu tor, subject to R puhl can nomination. Paul Conistock ' a candidate for Prosecot icg Attorney, subject to -he R-j)ub.icau numt oation. William H. Kelley fs candidate for prose rnting attorney, utj?ct to the Republican nomination. Robert L. Study is s caali late for prose cutor, subject to Republican nomination. Wilfred Jessup is a caodidat for Prose cutor, an ject to Republican nomination. CLERK. Edgar M. Hlis i candi'iate for County Clera, buoject to the Republican nomination Edward Muhl is a candidate for County tern eucjeci totae aepumican nomination. SHERIFF. Rlohard S. Smith i a candidate for Sheriff, object to the Republican nomination. Albert B. Steen is a candidate for Sheriff, subject t- the Republican no lination. Linus P. Meredith is a candidate for P her iff or na.ne county, aubject to the Republican Domination O'lver M. long i" a candidate for sheriff, aubiect to the Republican nomination. AUDITOR. H. J. Hanee " a candidate for County Auditor, suoject to Republican nomination. Demai S, Coe 1 a an lidate f r County 4utlitor, BUbjeut o Republican nomination. TREASURER. J. A. Spckenhier is a candidate for county treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. COMMISSIONER. .Middle District Geo. W. Eberssl is a candidate for CoaDty Ccmuiisdi'Mier or the Middle District, sub ect to the Rfpubhc.au nomiuation. Isaao Davie is a candidate for county corn niiotonr. jIhhIIb District, subject to the Re publican nomination. John F. Dynes ; a candidate for county comoiiss oner. Mid Jle District, subject to the Republican nomuiaiion. Eastern District. Richard A. Davenport is s candidate for County Commissioner for the Ea ten Dis trict sublet to i he Republican nomination Joseph R. MI'liken is a cand date for coun ty cnmiuiHBiooer, Eastern District, subject to the Repubti an Domination Cornelias E. Wiley, of Kethel, is a candi d.te lor county c mra Ruioner, Eastern Dis ti c; subject t tbe Republican nominat on. LeRoy Kelly is a candidate for county com missiober. KifcUrn District, subject to the Re publican nomination. CORONER. Dr. E.V.Brower ' a candidate for Coroner, subject to the Republican nomination. Dr. Stephen C. Marklev is a candidate for coiooer, subject to Republican nomination. Dr. Frank H. Dunham is a candidate for corouer, subject to R pub.kcan nomination. TOWXSIIIP OFFICERS. ROAD SUPERVISOR. Jerry M. Wallace is a candidate for Rod 8u I ernor or District No. 6, Wayne township, oubject to tr e Republican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR: Albert G. Ogborn is a candidate tor. Mayor tut.ject to the R publican nomination. Dr. W. W.TZimmerman? a, candidate for Mayor, tubiect to the Republican nomination. Dr. Joseph M. Bulla is a candidate for ayor, abject to R-pu ,ac.n nomination. CLERK. John F. Taggart is a candidate for cits clerk, subject to tiie K- pnbiicau nom nation. Wm. C. By ram is a candidate for city cle:k subject to the Bepubli-sn nomioat'ot. Baltz A. Bescher is a candidnte f- r city clera, subject to neublican tiomu ai on TREASURER. A. Tennis is a candidate for city subject to Republkin cominat.on. Chae. treaniuer. Harry T. fisher is a candidate for;city treasurer, subject to R-t ublican nomination. COUNCILMAN. Charias . Heal s a candidate for council roai toe "M th A .u, a -tiject to the Republl an omios J. Rue Riffle i" a candidate for councilman fruui the rou.ih Wtrd, subject to the Republi can nomicatir.n. f Thomas W. Gihbs s a candidate for coun cil trow twe oisto ard, subject to the Repub lican nomination. Watt P. O'Neal Is a candidate for council man rom tne eixth Ward, subje.-t to the Re publkan nomination. W. H. Ward a candidate for councilman from tne I hinl A' ard, subject to the Republi can nomination. Edgar Nerri is a candidate for coancil from to Third Ward, subject to the Republi can nomination. Arthur A. Curme is a candidate for coun cil tr. m he Sum a-d, r abject to the Rpab ican nom-t:ation. Henry W. Oeuker is candidate for coun cil irom te scou 1 Ward, subject to the Re publ'caa no i at ion. W. W. Alexander is a cand date for coun cil irom V e ec-nd Ward, subject to the Re publican nomination- Nathan S. Lamar is a candidate for coun cil trom the Kiuh Ward, subject to the Repub lican nomination. O. A. Leftwiela, candidate for couacll from Ffith ward, subject to the Republican nomi nation. Or. L. 6. Bowers. 31 north ninth street, candidate for count i'roan from tbe third ward, subject to the Republican nomination. George M. Gayer, candidate for council man from ar Tenth ward, subject to the Repnb. licaa nomination. . Cox, canJi-'a'e for conncilmaa from tbe fourth ward, aubject to tr e Republican nomination. Alenze . Gardner is a candidateXfor Cincinnati. Richmond itW- North Third St. C. P. WEST AND NuKTa. No S Daily tcept bundav STATIONS No. 1 Oiily No. s untlav Only Urn S. S. a B. Sucsa, &xta asl Bijm.-lr. a Kiassati 1 1 aa&ca .... MM uord t Cut 1 orner.. Cottage Grove, . kitcheU ilt Boston .... .... l'rvley ......... Wolfe S. Richmond... 8 am 10 am tfim v am lUIWam f 1U 12 am 331 pm 4 15 pm 4 pm 4 4pm otaj pm 5 1 i pm a .2 pm 5 4 pm 790 pm n iv pm t Upm 10 3uam 10am 10 59 am 11 ll am 11 am II as am 11 4 am 14 112 ora 124?pm 30 pm Si:, marl .. SaUpm I .!5 pa Williamsburg tconomy ....... Losantviile ..... rtlounuville .... tacutord.. ...... it-lC'-t .......... Oautun ......... Janncy ......... rowlcrton ...... Jonemboro ..... Xirioa .... -weetver . ...... Mer. Converse ...... Ambuy . ......... 6 16 pm 1(1 pm 10 Ibpm 10 S 1pm 6 3-.' pia : 6 43 pm ti 55 pm j 7 10 pm T -S pm 4J um i f I HOSpm j 8ipm ! 4(p-. 10 pm 1 1 15 pm 11 4upm I 11 50 pm 1 U.' pu I 1 -a Vm t ,a ' l'.'l!0. Ssopm 11 4t) aui 2 02 pm 217 pm ' 37 pm a 10 pm -anta 1" e ...... Per f Stop for Passengers. - , Connections No. 3 at Muncie Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buffalo and New York, and all points on Kig Four. No. 1 at Muncie to all points on L,. E. & W. At Peru Wabash for Buffalo, St. Louis, Detroit and Toledo. Nos. 2 and 4 at Cincinnati C. & O.; B. & O.; Q & C. and L. & N. for all points east and south. No. i Special rates to Jacksonville aud southera winter resorts. Home Phone -1 1. CHAS. cont-cilraan from the Seventh Ward, iubj'jct to the Republican nomination. August Stifhoret is a candidate for coun cilman from Fifth Ward subject to Republican uon.in;tKtn, Feb. 17. Elmer E Towle, candidate for council 'mtu the sevetiih ward, subject to the Repub lican nomination. Pennsylvania Una TIME TABLE. In Effect Sunday, Nov. 24, 1901, Trains ran by central standard time. ClMlMMtl Uas. Jepart Arris HanUtoe ft Clnciaoati ! ilioat fhvwinari Acmmorisfhm (50am yaop riaaU(aw ft Cincinnati....,, ,.n 6uopa noopt U. R. ft L ft Cla Acc, jjipa tsacps lawlaoaeelle Uee. New Ycek ft St Louis MaD 4 is a at j t a a 9t Louis idn-.iftl 1,1 )1B 'SP InthansonHs Acc ,. itotn lasavt New York ft St Souls Mau..io is am p 1 New York ft S Louis &p...,. 15 p a 10 oust St Laub Umitad Mail 4 5$ p m 3SV !- VV St L. Fast Mall lup .e a . Bradford ft IndpU Acc .11 jjia 3 50 p a SMeftfje Lie. uoeanatinTt Src ysoa J5 oj I 40 a 1 5 ;s t Chicago Fast Mali ft 1 ihh.iI A LosansDi laii ft Kan n 15 a at Kansport Arc . r 35 P NWnt Rap 11 ispa tu. ft Chlcaao nWfat Kap .-11 15 D Dejrtea un, Xanla Spjrnd. ft Cols. Acc Ma 7 35 k Dayton Xcnia A (olumbu jo ojia 10 o a !mytoii Pitta. A Mew York 10 05 a am so 10 as Cols. Pitts, ft New York... 4 5$ p m iiojpi DaySOB ft Xeaia acc.- 8 00 a m 7 55 pa "New York Ltmlcae 9 0jpa 440a, PlejHfty Urhaaa A Seiaasbae Uoe. St Louts A New York Mll.. )isik 7 Indpls. A Cola. Aoc... ,,. 10 15 ia niii Pitts ft Kast Mail ft Kap .. . .. y 45 p & p - Sr Tnnl. lAntnud Mali . .c t IndpU A Bradford Acc 355 pm njoaa braaa RapMa IsCiana tty. Ft. W., O R. ft Petoskey Ei 5:40 s a 3:4" P trraad Rapids ft Mack Maii.. jopa nwi Northland Kapeams i 10 p m s 55 Daily AU other train. ily eaatx . A. Gorwm. StanW licaac Acana. Richmond and Dayton leave Richmond ria P C C ft St L Ry Co e-.10 am Leave Eaton via Itayton Western Traction Co t M am Amve Dayton 11 U0 am ' a - , :' v Leave Iwyton rut tMyton ft West ern Traction Co.... 8:00 am 6:0U pm Leave Eaton via F O C ft Bt L Ry Co le as am 47 pm Arrive Richmond via P O O A St L RyOo 10-66 am 7: pm aaTss or vaaa. U a. pi U BOO le-.e p' il:Or ai Ronnd trip, Richmond aad Katoa. via P. O. C ft St R t Round trip, atoa aad Xiayton, ra Jj. a w. Traction Co . , , Booad trip, Richmond and Dayton , Good Friends, don't you think it't about time you jfavt us a call? We hav verythinj in haraest and harness furnish ings, and you wiE always find our rood the best and on: prices the lowest foi the best goods. e are selliaj? a first class horse blanket at 75c to f6.50 THE WIGGING CO. Neva Phone 7U. BOO MAIN ST Scald head, is an eczema of the scalp very severe sometimes, but it can be cured. Doan's Ointment quick and permanent in its results' At anj drug store, 50 cents. & Miinci" llAtlnwd. list 's; M. Passenger Sta'lan. KAsr am socra. STATIONS LEAVE IvtT3 ...... ...... Santa Ke ...... Amboy. ........ Converse ..... M.er Sweetser ....... ICsa Jouesboro ...... r'owlcrtoit ...... Jaiioey .... .... tvastoa ........ Hit Medtord .. Hiountsviilc .... Losantsviiie .. Kconomy ...... Williamsburg S Richmond Wol.e lruley Ho. too .... . ... W.tts K.itchell Cottage Grove . n I t.ui. v-orucr. Jtlxtiircl .... I Bailt-s . . . j Suciaaad ar A. BLUR, City Ticket Agent. FIRE AtUAXSf BOKER. FIRST DISTRICT. I Sonth of Maia, Wrt of Seventh. Stre It, First and south C, Piano factory 13, 14, 15. 1, 18. Second aad aouth B Fourth and south D s Fifth and south B Fifth and south H Seventh and aouth SECOND DITRIQT. touth of Mam, between 7th and lV.b ate 21, Eighth ard Main 28 Eighth nd Month E 24, Seventh ard sonth O 25, Ninth ard south A 26, Tenth aad south C 27, Eleventh and Midn 28, Eleventh and south J THIRO OITRIT4! Fouth of Mt in. East of Eleventh Stree 81, Twelfth and south R 82. Twelfth and sruOi R 84, Fourteerth and Main 86, Fourternib and snath C 88 Eighteenth and sooth A 87 TwenttVtl. aud Main FOURTH OlftTRinT. orth of Main West of lOtlj st. to Rivet. 41, Third and Maia. Rotrlutuo's sbor. 42, Third and north C 43, City Building Fire neaduaartftni 45, Gaar. Scott & Co 46, No. 1 hose house, north Hth street 47, Champion lulls 48, Tenth and north I rirTM DISTftlOT. West Richmond aad &evtoj ol. 5 West Third and Cheetntit 61, West Third and National road 62, West Third and Kinaey 68, West Third and Richmond aveni 64, Earlhan College 66, State and IJoyer 66. Grant and Ridie 67. Hunt and Maple 6?, Grant and Sheridan 69, Bridge svenut. Paper Mill IXTH DISTRIT. North of D Street, East o '"Bth 8tiw 61. Railroad Shot 2, Hntton's Coffin Factory 68, Hooeier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Works 66, Richmond City Mill Work 66, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteez th and north H EVE HTM OISTRIVT. Between Main and North D eta. B of lOtk 7, Ninth ard north A 71, Eleventh and north B 72, Fourteenth and north C 78, No. 8 hose fcouar eat end 74, Eighteenth and .rt C 76, Twenty-second and north B SPKC1AU SIaA 2-2-8 Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire oat 8-8-8 Fire press ure 8 Fire preswart t ff 10-10-10 Natural gas ot 10 Natural tr n .-"i 4 v Daily No. 6 Except aud. f Sundy Ouly .... ... Ituuam ItWpna ........ 1 1 J am Utopia ........ liam l4tipm - , lit! put 21 pm ....... I 12 0 pm . 30 pm 6 45 am lit to pm 2 40 pm b j am ; I ptn 3tM pm 7 la am i 1 ti pa 3 ti pm t f t 7 94 am I 1 50 pm S 16 pm 75 aim I 2 20 pm 4 tftl pm 8 1 4 am X t pm 4 24 pm 8 Ji am 3 49 pm 3b pm S 7 am 1 54 pm 4 47 pm 0 .1 am B 1 i pm a " pm 4m ailpm St&pm 9 a; am 355 pr 54i pm 3o am 40 pm isSpm !.4am 4 1 1 pm COi p:a f i f UOlam 4ilprj Cllpia (i 15 am 4 -li pm 6 35 pm loan am 4 pa .. 1034 am 5'll pm j 1057 am a2l p.a 700 pm ' It Hi am ptn 7 4Svm ED. F. DALBEY 4 X. EIGHTH ST. Piiotogrspher OCT-OF-DOOB WOBJC A 8 PECIALTT LANDSCAPES ANOIAIJS GKOUPS picxics 6AXHZBI56S