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RICHMOND DATLY PAIiIiADlTJlf, TUESDAY TANUABY:28, 1902" "
Richmond Palladium TUESDAY. JAN. 28. 192. Indiana and Ohio Weather WAffiNOTOW. D. C. Jan. 23 Far Indiana: Incrpaiot? cloudiness with probibly rain Wr-dosrflay and in the south totuht, rising temper ature. For Ohio: Cloudy and continued coid tonight. Wednesday probably stow ia the soath. LOCAL MENTION. For good watches and clocks see Hanr. Chalk Taylor was at L,jan yester day,. J. M. McDeth of Monticello is in town. Aaron Gano spent yesterday at Portland. W. N. Kelley of Traverse City is in town today. Go to Haner's for correct fitting of eye glasses. "J. & M." $5 tans $1.89 at Wil liam Dr. Ferling reports less sickness amoDg the horses. Musical club postponed until Feb ruary 5. 26 2t Fioneao's Ball goes to Winches terday tomorrow niifht. The fire sale prices are still on at Williams shoe s-ore. Mrs. Djwning's Musical club pro gram, on the evening of February 5. ---- - 2i-2t Charley Ko'p.who has been ill with grip, is able to ,o to work again to day. Ltdies best rubbers are now 35c at Williams' fire sale. Mr. E. G. Vaughan, who has b-n very ill, is con valescent aid will be ab!e to drive out in a few days. Children's shoes 38c, misses' 48c, uhams fire saie. Charier Medearis and family moved to Marion, Inn., last week and will engage it the liyery busi ness. A building permit was issuad this morning to Michael E. Iluth for the remodeling of a frame house at 112 IJoyer street at an expense of $150 The Home Missionary society of the First M. lu. church will meet to morrow afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs John Saylor. 122 north fourteenth street. The Ce&terville auxiliary will be present. Four car loads of soldier boys passed through this afternoon as a second train No. 7. There were four companies of the 17th infantry, on their way from Columbus to the Phil ippines. Did you read Williams' fire sale shoe ad in last night's paper? A still deeper cut is maae in prices. Horse dealers report the market here as much stronger. Horses are worth $10 to $15 per head more than they were a month ago. Even "plugs" are in demand and held at high figures. Harmon Shofer shipped a load east Sunday night. Laird-Schober or Foster $5 shoes $3.23 and $3.65 at Williams'. Frank Dunn will accompany the remains of his mother to Hamilton aud return here for Wednesday night, and then go to Chicago to re main. His sister, Mrs. Smith, will remain here some little time until the affairs are arranged aud then re tarn to Chicago. Mrs. Sarah Starbuck of Cerro Gor do died Saturday. She was former ly of Wayne county, being married im this county in 1836 to Walter R Starbuck. Both her sons, Christo pher and Alexander, died in the war of the rebellion. She was noted as the first woman to put up canned goods in Indiana. Friends of Harry Weldon, the well known sporting editor of the Cincin nati Enquirer, will regret his death. He was one of the most reliable writers on sporting events in the country. About two years aso he suffered a stroke of paralysis and has been in bad health since, A fund was raised by his admirers over the country, to which Richmond men con tributed largely. Things are progressing finely at the municipal electric light plant. The engine beds have all been set in position, and the engines themselves are expected this week. Everything has been made ready so they can be put up as soon as they arrive. The sewer and water in-talies are finished. I The stack has not yet been lined with j brick. The boilers are all bricked m and ready for us-. All the conden sers and pumps are in. All the elec trical machinery U here and on the cars on the C. R- AM. side tracks. There is five earloads or this and all is very fine machinery. "J. AM." best $5 black velour shoes $3 65 at Williams'. All six s. The many friends which Bert Short has made during the year he has been here as manager of the istarf Piano eo-npaoy's reta ld ptrt meat will regret t learn thit be is Oon to leave as. 'He goes to Djyt n on the 5th to take charge of the re tail department in that city. During his stay in this city Mr. Short has done wonders in the management of the sales of Starr pianos in Rich mond, until there is in fact no other piano sold here, and much is expect ed of him at Dayton. His last work here has been the rearranging and redecorating of the piano rooms, which is a very neat p'teea of work. to- are Hi position here will ba filled by Archie Street. Work in the third degree, Webb lode, tomorrow &ight. Bea Moorman is on the streets day looking much improved. Howard Campbell and family in Florida to remain soma weeks R'chmond lodge of Masons has work in the second degree tonight. Harry Morrow leaves for Florida on Monday to remain some little time. M iss Mirths Cidwal'ader is or ganizing clasies in health culture. Phone 4U2. 28 2t Dr. Stewart, the dentist, ha gone to West Manchester, O., on his regu lar trip today. At the meeting of the Elks this evening there will be seven candi dates initiated. Mrs. Helen M. Gaar and daughter Jennie left today for California to remain some time. Typewriters, all makes, for sale or rent. Riboons, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. tf BTt Middle ton is loiated at Rame, N. Y , as superintendent of a tele phone plaat with 700 subscribers. Pearl Sowers goes to St. Louis this week to take a place as time keeper on the exposition grounds. Miss Daggan, head waiter at The Westcott, has been called to Dayton, Ohio, by the serious illness of her sister. John Burke has begun building a new house oa the El Norris farm. The old one was recently destroyed by fire. The only case o measles reported today is in the family of Dr. E. E. Pierce, 35 south tenth street. Lorine, aged 7 years. The smallpox situation in Rich mond today is one light case in the city and three at the hospital. That's all there is of it. B lly Knott was fined $10 and costs by 'Squire Hoover this morning for j violating the liquor laws, by allow ing people in his saloon after hours. The report in yesterday's papers that the daughter of William Roser was dead was not correct. It was the daughter of William Rosa who died. The University Extension Centre meets this evening at the high school. Dr. Zueblin lectures on the subject "John Ruskin and the Ethics of Wealth." At the meeting of the Druids last evening five candidates took the last degree in this order. There was a very large attendance and a good time all around. A cow belonging to iNoan KvaD, a farmer north of town, yesterday had a calf that had two tails, an extra leg, and was otherwise quite a freak, but it died soon after birth The well known grey horse so long driven to the Downing wagon as to ba known to everybody in this sec tion, died yesterday from lung fever. It was a very valuable and well trained horse, Guy Middleton is now fully lo cated as assistant in the electrical laboratory at the Armour institute at Chicago. He is making a specialty of the study of electrical engineering. and it is hoped not neglecting his music. If the new style big hats for gen tlemen seen occasionally on the streets are a criterion for judging of what they will be later in the season, the up-to-date man will look a good deal like a boy crawling out from un der a circus tent. The Rev. Albert J. Brown, pastor of the First Friends church, Indian apolis, has decided not to accept the invitation to become the president of Wilmington college at Wilmington, O. He will leave next month for a few weeks' vacation in the southern states. James Unthank, who is now president, has many relatives in this city. Wayne county teachers seem to be in demand for railway postal clerks. During the past winter three of them have received appointments on civil service examinations. They are Harry Shideler of Cambridge City. Claud Dill of East Gprmantown and Martin Wisehart of Hagerstown. Fred Smith, who has been em ployed on the editorial force of the omen s Home Companion at Springfield, is in the city for a few days' visit and then goes to .New York. The editorial department of the magazine is to be removed to New York soon and he goes with the force, thus adding another to the Richmond colony. At Earlham the college boys and girls have tired of going to the Glen for their skating and have arranged a skating pond of their own by flood ing Reid Field. The under drains were stopped up and then the water i works were turned on. They now j have a sheet of ice that covers the entire foot ball grounds, making the best skaMns ground had here for j years. While the town people are; uot exactly invitd they are not denied the use o the ice. Thf city corr.nr'tteps meet this evenins? to talk ove- various matters. Oae of them will be the eointing of the city vote and it will probably be decried to do it as in years before when the city and county nomina tions have come at the same time. The voting is done at the same poll ing places and by the same officers, but the votes are kept in separate boxes. The county committee pays no attention to the city vote, beyond receiving and putting "it in the box. The city inspectors, and clerks come in at 6 o c ock And count the city vote. --. v : Homer Bell and wife of Chicago are visiting Richmond friends. Rev. E. O. Ellis ar.d son, Arthur, re home from unending the fuueral of Mr. Ellw" brother at Jonesboro. F. A. Bescher and wifa and Mrs. Frauk Bauks are home from a very pleasant visit to Anderson fr eds. t Medsker & Medsker today hied in j circuit court tae suit oi Frmeaaa Fountain vs. Amos Uuddiestoa, oa j aooeai and on account, detuaiid 5U. i Iu 'Squire Hoover s court this j morijicir L.- -V Cox as Queu a aonr and cosis lor allowing too mauy rigs to obstruct the walkoii norm seveuin street. A sure sign Sht ousiuess is good at Mr. Cox s. In circuit court today H. U. John son tiles tne complaint ot Carrie C Muey vs. Cnarlea G. Muey for di vorce. The complaint states that tney were married in AprU,lyl, and seoarated in May. IVW. it also ai lees itiat tne defendant has failed to support or provide fur her aud tnat she works in a laundry for a liveli hood; tnat he has oeeu abusive, striding aud slapping her. Saeas divoroe and that ner maiden name ot Carrie Li. Sehneiie be restored. The last will and testament of Hen rietta Amsden was recorded today. It was mie January 7, 181)o. "in the name of the liisuevoieat Father of All' she revokes all former wills; directs the payment oi ad just debts and funeral expenses; and leaves ail the residue of ner estate to her sou George Ainsdea, and reposing trust and lOnfileDce in him, makes him sole executor, requesting tnat no in ventory be made of her estate, and no oond required. Li. C. Abbott and Lion Stephens are the witnesses. Greeting Schley. Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 28. Nearly a tuosand greeted Admiral ischley during the stop of his train here to day. All along the line crowds were at the stations. City Restaurant, Yl 6 Main street, between seventh: and eighth. ' The best place in the city for a good meal or warm lunch. - N - ; GoTscHELt.4 & Thompson,- 27 4 1 - Caterers. Mme. Ives, late vitb Poser's Palm istry Pa'ai-e. 114 south ninth street. Reading 25c Clairvoyant readings $1. Hours 9 to 9. Sundays same. 28 tit o o Dry den Elected Senator. Trenton. N. J., Jan. 28. The vote on the election or U. S. senator today resulted, senate, John F. Dr3'deu,17; McDermott, 4. House. Dryden 46, McDermott, 14. Knn'a Vellln For Babtea. Nun's veiling, being made entirely ot wool and being a washable fabric, is most excellent material for baby wear It is also inexpensive and extremelj dainty in appearance, serving equallj veil for little frooks or undergarments It is much lighter than flannel our makes the coziest of nightgowns foi quite a tiny baby. A fascinating coverlet for cot or per ambulator Is made as follows: Tak two widths of pink or blue the size re 'quired: tack together, edge with a fom Inch frill of spotted net; finish he frill? with a couple of rows of be be ribbor the 6ame shade as the nun's veiling ami, if you are very enterprising. thre narrow tucks run In the frill add to tut appearance greatly. Cod Liver OH From Bran. During the wait between acts a med ical student and a young woman who sat together became slightly embar rassed for topics of conversation. Fi nally and not unnaturally in view of the nature of the young man's studies their talk drifted to the subject of dis agreeable tasting medicines. Among the horribles they mentioned were cod liver oil and castor oil. "I don't see." mused the young wom an, "how any one can bear to eat the beans that stuff is made of." "What kind of beans do you mean?" Inquired the young man. "Why, cod liver oil beans, to be sure. "Aren't yon thinking of castor beans?" ventured her companion. "Why, I always thought cod liver oil was made from beans." she said, and the good breeding of the young man was shown by the fact that he didn't even smile, but several of those who sat near by hadn't equal control over their features. Philadelphia Ledger. .. Cfa 1 m aryi That Tueaa. "It's just this." said the man with the restless eye. who was gazing sky ward "some ten years ago some man who had a grudge against me. I guess, called my attention to the fact, if fact it be. that if a chimney leans at all it always leans to the east- "I didn't believe it. and I can hardly believe it yet. but I've spent hours and days and weeks and months squinting at chimneys from car windows and from sidewalks, but I'll be darned if I ever yet have been able to discover a leaning chimney that didn't slant to the east. I've looked at factory chim neys, hotel chimneys, farmhouse chim neys and city house chimneys, and they all, like the adobe gods on the temples of Yucatan, bend their heads toward the rising run. And the man with the restless eye once more began an Inspection or the sky Iine New Tork Telegram. , KOLueWHITC OATS People's Exchange. All advertisements under the abov head, such as "wanted," "for sale," lost," &c, will be given one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth Mid Main. Vera Smith. tf For Sale Solid walnut Address Organ this ofEce, organ. Remarkable Cureof Croup A. Little Hoy's Lite Saved. I have a few words to say regard ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It saved my little boy's life and I feel that I cannot praise it enough. I bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steere of Goodwin. S. D., and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine as directed every ten min utes until he "threw up" and then I thought sure he was eroing to choke to death. Whe had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings. I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth today. Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowo. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. A. Sudhoff, druggists. CAnn & MAISKET GOODS 11 rouser From the sheep to the man.' WARRANTY You may buy a pair of Duchess wool Trousers and wear them two months, lor every sus pender button that comes oil we will pay you 10c ; if they rip in the waist band we will pay you 50c ; if they rip in the seat or elsewhere we will pay you 11.00 or give you a new pair. KEPOKT Prevailing lric For (irain, Prrvl ioii and tuivesux-k. on Jan. 27. In iaiinxli4 (Jraiii aixt Livestock. Wtieat Wauiui. 7c; No. S rl. steady, b6s. Coru sualr ; No. X mixed, fcl?. Oab- Firm; ' mii?l, lJ'o. Cattle Slow at iTi.ao. Ho Stf a.t at $i.'vui.M. 8utfp Slea-iy at tl.JOIS 0. Latuos tmiy at iii.5u. C liioaii-i iraiii anil Provisions. Wheat Jaa. May July turn Jan May July . OaU Jau May July I'oik Jan May July Lard Jan May July tiiua Jan May July ... 14 ...lj ;' . .I.)S .10 20 , 8.1$ 8.S0 is. Si 16. 10.UJ a. iii 80 B.0U market VVtieal. I4!j; ,c; pork, tli.io; lard. con tw.fcf Cluaiug caaii HVicl oats. 1! rib. .i"- Louisville Uraln and Livestock. W beat No. S red and longberry, 85c Vjkp No. i wp'ia. ; '. i mixed, t OatS Nr2 mimed 4:c; No. I white, 61 Cattle Arong at $i.iiyS.6S. HoKSSteady at 4.iua.iii. bneep teady at 34-i0 Ljuuu sti-aiy at 2.jUi.ii Clicliiiit' Grain and I.lv-f tck. W beat Steady: No. t red. We. Corn Dull; No. mixed. lc oat uady : No. mixed. &i t attle Active a l.;S.Ji. Ho Active at 4. 10 .. hneep lull at i.4. UMDba lull at Chicago fuivoitoclt' CaUle Active : ateera, 4a.; alocker an. feeder. iS-Si--"-Hog Steatly at 4.0oS.4u. Sueep Steauy at 5t.4it.7. 1 nn.Ka Steady at to s as. New Vork Livestock Cattle Steady at 3.tiOS. 10 Hons yui.'t at H.tt-ii. . Slierp .si..- at Ji-iuarMO. Lauiim steady at il.2i irt.li. Kt Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Ptewly at 'dt.."i. t Hoga leuve l lijtitw. fcoeep Ste.ly at 4.j Hi. , Lamb steady tt :!..".. tfO Toledo Grain. , Wheat Firm ; casb, tCc; May., Mt(- Corn Active; So. 2cau. &etta Ost. Active: No tcaab. 4ac ' LATEST fifJOT&YION8. Chicago, Til., Jan. 28. Wheat, 74i. Corn, 57 i. Oats, 40J. Toledo, O., Jan. 28. Wheat, 86. C A in luez a GOODS mmm.. 14 and 15 the Colonial Phone 681. Best in the wo Id. Try a pair. New line just received neatt nobby patterns. $2.25, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Also a line of work pants, $1.00 to $1.50 Loehr & Klute, 725 Main Street fer lol CHertl Ihiiiliaiii The Furniture Dealer 627 Sl 629 HAfN OT. The store that has the stock and saves you money. Pants Trousers Pantaloons is w;hat every man is interested in, es pecially at this time, as your trousers that you bought early have begun to look shabby. We have all the desirable fab rics for pantaloons, from the good sub stantial hair lines at. $2.00 to the fancy stripe and check worsteds at $3, f4 and 15. We don't try to see how cheap but how good at the price. We guarantee satisfaction, and satisfaction means ser vice as well as looks. Sr-Tfca J E S L- 0(JTijJMi