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RICHMOND DAHYT PAXiIAT3TTJM. FRIDAT'. .TAXCJABY 31, 1902.
j MONEY GALORE Uncle Sam Is Just Simply ; Ilollin In Wcdiili at i'lTseiit. hevexues ar iov;, Ways anJ jlv'ias Committee Kwom mends I'eiieal or Nearly Eatire List of War Ilrvenue Tar. Tax On Mixed Floar Will lie tLe Only Survivor Alter July 1 r" If Plan Carries. Washington, Jan. 31. The ways and means committee, by unanimous Tote, yesterday instructed Chairman Payne to prepare a bill repealing all the war revenue taxes except the tax on mixed flout. The aciion taken was in the form of a resolution to the effect that the bill should provide for the repeal of the remaining war taxes, to take effect on July 1, 192, except that the repeal of the duty on tea Should go into effect Jan. 1, 1903. Chairman Payne made the following statement on the proposed repeal: "The treasury now has an available cash balance of something over $174, 000.000. It is not likely that this will be increased materially during the present fiscal year, as the treasury is buying bonds at a rate that will use up the surplus to accumulate between this and the end of the fiscal year, June 30 next. The secretary of the treasury's report estimated a surplus for this year of $100,000,000. and sub sequent results seem to confirm this estimate. The committee therefore thought it was entirely safe to repeal the remainder of the war revenue taxes, amounting to $68,000,000, and the tax on tea of $9,000,000. In the aggregate $77,000,000, at this time. This will still leave a surplus esti mated upon this year's receipts and expenses of $22,000,000 or $23,000,000 for the year, while we will start upon the next fiscal year with $174,000,000 available cash in the treasury. The committee deems it wise to have the repeal of the tax on tea take effect on the first of January next in order to enable those, especially retailers and small dealers, who have small stocks of the duty paid goods on band, to dispose of them before the repeal o taxes takes effect. We can pro vide a rebate on the tobacco tax and guard against any fraud upon the rev- i f TiWmi-ii imcT'Omt th.a-in'v Ontlook. lit ilie Ph:l.piiie la Ke m ri -! Jti rat.-ralile. Manila, Jan. 21. Tae general out look for paificaJon in the archipela go everywhere ou.side the island of Samar, has never been more favora ble since the original outbreak of the Filipino 'ms j. i uction than at the pres ent time. i ae insurgents have been broken up inio si-:il ban.3 &ni are everywhere fleeing tor s-elter. They surrender daily, are cspiured or are killed. Tire policy of reconcentration and the stern measure of closing the porta to commerce have accomplished everything expected of them. General Chaffee stili hopes that by the end of February the island of Samar alone will remain not pacified. , Those provinces bordering on the provinces of Eatangas and Lagv.na in southern Luzon have been patroled by the native constabulary, who have done excellent work and who have received the commendation of Gen. J. Franklin Bell, commanding in those provinces. The members of the Uni'jd States Philippir commission are proud of this constabulary, which was organized following their sugges tion, and the greatest care is exer cised in the selection of officers for this force. During the past month 82 military posts have been handed over to the native constabulary. General Chaffee has taken effective steps to make sure that there will be no friction between the military and civil authorities. The most positive orders have been issued to all military commanders to co-operate In every way with the civil authorities, without relaxing In severity when they have occasion to deal with active insurgents. QUAIL FARM PLANNED. NoTel Industry Started by an Indiana Farmer. K0T AIIZQ1ZD BY TEE GAME LAW. Wnand t'p In a Fight. Brussels, Jan. 31. The chamber of deputies here was the scene of a free fight yesterday between the Socialist and Catholic factions. The trouble grew out of proposals to prosecute M. Smete, a Socialist, for a recent revo lutionary speech. The disorder began in the galleries, which were eventual ly cleared by force. Thereafter the uproar was continued on the floor. The Socialists advanced in a body against the benches of the Catholics, shouting taunts and epithets. The deputies finally engaged in fisticuffs, and the sitting was suspended. von Kelienr-Pnsohvrit lie entered the ue l VLTou tUiffaBarwrTTrVriia.' revenue department has this trade under close surveillance and can and will take an account of the stock in the dealers' hands on the first day of July next. But this will be impossible as to teas, which come in as customs duties and of which the government has no account save as they are im ported in large quantities by the im porters. Continuing this tea tax to Jan. 1 will give us six months' reve nue in the next fiscal year upon tea and will make the ultimate reduction for the next year considerably less than $75,000,000. The bill will be pre sented to the house as soon as it can be prepared." A Serious Visitation Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 31. Tele graph and telephone lines are down, railway traffic interrupted and busi ness practically at a standstill as the result of the unprecedented sleet storm in many parts of Arkansas. Communication cannot be had with many parts of the state, and it is be lieved when belated reports are in that the damage will foot up in the M a iiufaT-fiTfcriJJf. tvergt visitation he! minions the Uomrtliralrd Fowl. He la Told. Wonla ot Come Udrr Slaimr tVbirb I'rbteeta Wild Uirda Tbiaka There Is Mure Money la Bli. bitra Than In Grain. llarley Smith, a wealthy farmer liv ing near Portland, Jay county. InvL. has fouud a new avenue for Uls enter prise, and bis farm of 40O acrts is to be given over in the near future en tirely to raising quail, says a dispatch from Indianapolis to the Chicago Record-1 1 era Id. lie has been experiment ing for the last three years and has come to the conclusion that quail can be domesticated and can be made de cidedly more profitable than any other kind of fowls, both on account of the rapidity with which they multiply and the little trouble and expense it will require to prepare them for market. As a means of starling bis uew in dustry he has not permitted a gun to be tired on bis land for four years and has seen the good results of this policy in the gradual taming of the quail till now they will come around his barn yard and eat with the chickens, lie siiys thtre is a marked difference in the coveys out in the fields and near the house, for when they are approach ed in the fields they apjn-ar to be very wild, but in the baruyard they come about biui and pick up the grain and appear to have lost ail their wild ua ture. This applies to the birds that live out in the fields and that he terms wild, but bis experiments with one brood which he raised by setting the egjrs un der a hen and bringing up with the barnyard fowls have convinced him they may be as completely domesticat ed as chickens and ducks, and he has decided to enter the business on a scale that will test its practicability and prove whether there is really any mou ey in it. In order to d; this he will secure the eggs of the quail on his place this sum mer Ktid h:U-!i them in an incubator and thus begin the domestication at once and before the birds have become wild. lie will keep the females for fu ture broods and sell only a part of the males, and he hopes to have n:t fewer than l.."i(M eax producing birds when the season of li;03 opens. These brow's will be raised for market, but the slock will gradually be increased if the re sults are satisfactory, and in time he will give h;S entire attention to the in dustry. -. J Mr. Smith has rece;i!y copj P rs ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY OFFICERS. STATE SENATOR. Charles C. Biakley U a candidate for State senator, subject to H publican nomirauon. James S. Ostrander ia a candidate 'or seuaior irvtn a ue cuuutj, subject to tee Re publican noniiuaUoa riuciiiuati Kicliiiioiu. it Muncie Railroad. JOINT REPRESENTATIVE, (lease to. Reeves u a candidate or Joint Rei(e-rutuve i.m Vat ce an-i rrtt cuutt Uva, aubject tu the Rr-pub.icaa iv- ruiaalloo. H oscoe E. KirAraan it a candidate for ju nl prcseu uvc i.--tu W jr. e and Fayette counties, aibject t Re pub, can nomination : ks-v pr t i -a- X- 1 REPRESENTATIVE. Dr. M. W. Veaoer ia a cndiaaie for Repre sentative, ubjeel to uepublicau nomination Oliver G. Oavls is a candidate for Reore se. t.tive, reuumiiuuon, subject to Rcpubk aa oominati n. i PROsseuTiNa attorney. Earl E. Widata is a caud data for Prosecu tor, subject to Rspubbcan nomination. Paul Cosneteek ' a candidate tor Proaecut ing Aitoruej, auoject to the Republican nomi nation. Wllllasa H. Kelley candidate for prose cuting attorney, suuject to the Republican nomination. Robert L. Study is a can tidate for prose cutor, subject to Republican nomination. Wilfred Jessup is caadidat tor Prose cutor, subject to Republican nomination. CLERK. Edgar M. Haaaiae candidate for County Ciera, .ubject to the Republican nomination Edward Muhl is a candidate for Count) tlerK auojeci totae Republican nouiaation SHERIFF. Rlehard 8. Smith ia caididate for Sheriff, subject u Uie Republican nomination. Albert B. Steeit i a candidate for Sheriff subject tJ uie Republican no nination. Linus P. Meredith is a candidate for Plierifl ot a i.e couutj, buoject to the BUrpubiitao nomination Oliver N. long ia a candidate fur sheriff, subject to the Republican nomination. North Thiri St. C. R. M. Paeeenger f taMoa. WEST AND NORTH. EAST AMD SOUTH. STATIONS Lmts C. E. 1 I. Sutus, &aa ui ftijaular. ( Caciscstt.... " I i-saUua .... n iniurii . ... ci I Coi V orner . . Cottage Grove .. rvitchctl . itt .... ...... Boston ... .... 1'rvley ......... Wolte . Richmond.... AUOITOft. H. J. Hane i" a candidate for County Auditor guujt-cl. to Republican nomination. Dtmst S. Coe ' a candidate f r County Auaiio-. suojeci o Repubiicau uoiun ation. Of the kittd in the history of -a ---ji ."-U-H t . I til laaar.yt,emay 1 lawyer at rortianu ana u:is rr-iva a Caught In the Ice. Chicago, Jan. 31. Held prisoners by acres of crushed ice piled high above the water, the big passenger steamers Iowa and Atlanta of the Goodrich Transportation company, with nearly 2D0 persons on board, have lain helpless oft the Lake View crib within view of Chicago since Wednesday night. Nothing but a wes terly wind will relieve the situation. The wind is expected to shift tonight. WIH, MOT SHIT DOWN Steel .Mill! Not to ie llamiiered As i 1-a.sl Year. Pittsburg. Jan. 31. The Amalga mated Association of Iron. Steel and Tin Workers has just taken a radical step that may have a wholesome ef fect in avoiding strikes. The organi zation has made an agreement with the American Steel Hoop company and the Republic Iron and Steel com pany that the mills of these concerns shall not be shut down next summer pending the wage adjustment. In other words. ther;e is to be no strike, even if a disagreement on wages re sults. The new scale will be formu lated at the annual convention of the association at Wheeling in April. An effort will be made to have the scale extended through three years, which would relieve much of the uncertainty aroused e..y year by the wage question. Mill Not Itaitir. Butte. Mont., Jan. 31. After being confined in the county ail for four years and seven months, forty months of which he was under sentence of i death. Joseph Ahafer. a mulatto, who t killed a negro named John Hawkins 1 in this city in 1897, was sat free yes f terday on the request of the county i attorney. All the witnesses in the i case ate dead or gone. Twice Ahafer ' was sentenced to be hanged. Richard A. Davenport is candidate for County Oornrrassionei for the Ea tern Dis trict subject to the Republican nomination. Joseph R. Milliken is a cand date for coun ty commissioner, Kastern District, subject to the Repubi an nomination r-"?:.ri....,.V4a?V. of He.hel, isi fltlfltlftof I frw to "telon dorefiaJ - " aail"''llUL"J'-' ' TREASURER. J. A. Spekenhier is a candidata for county treasurer, ouiject to Republican nomination. COMMISSIONER. :."iddle District Geo, W. Ebcrsol is a candidate for County Uuiui.tei "uri oa uie suddie District, sut ectto the R 'publican Domination. Isaac Davis is a candidate for county com m ssiuuci, iiudiej District, au.'jexrt to the Re publican nomination. John F. Dynss a candidate fjr county comuii"8 oner, Middle Distri ;t, subject to the RepubiKran nomutati-'n. Eastern District. t'an't Knfoiff Hlnck SisiimIx. New York, Jan. 31. Corporation Counsel Kives has decided that the I board of aldermen had no authority to pss a resolution requiring the es tablishment of a block signal system on the New York Central tunnel. Fur ther than this, he said, the board of aldermen had no power over the reg ulation of traffic on the road. Ihrv Were liiipresMeil. Topek. Kan.. Jan. 31. Efforts are being made to secure the release of two Kansas citizens from service in the Austrian army. Joseph and Mi chael Danel left Iola. Kan., some time ago for a visit to their native home In Austria, There they were appre hended by the authorities and forcibly placed in the army. The men assert they took out their first naturalisation papers before leaving Kansas. The attorney general of the state will take the matter before the state department. It Shook the t'itv. Syracuse. N. Y.. Jan. 31. "Ward Doonan took a lighted lantern to in spect a tank of 3'00 gallons of pe troleum at the Syracuse chilled plow works last night. The tank exploded, shaking the entire city, breaking many windows and hurling Doonan into the air. Doonan was dangerously hurt. Nobody was killed. TKKSK TKIiKfiKAMS He Made Quarters. Springfield. UU Jan. 3i. In the U. S. district court yesterday the jury found Charles Benjamin, son of A. P. Benjamin, a wealthy farmer residing near Bloominton. guilty of manufac turing nd passing counterfeit silver quarters. Judge Humphries sentenc ed Benjamin to two years in Chester penitentiary and to pay a fine ot $3,000 the sentence to be suspended dvvring the good behavior of the prisoner if the fine is paid within a few days. Boy Frozen to Death. Mllroy. Ind.. Jan. SI. The 14-year-old son of Nathan Logan of Clarks burg was fouad beside the Big Four railway track near here yesterday, froien to death. He wandered from Jioma in a demented condition. All the larxe rlwe establishments of the .-..untry will combine under the taws of New Jeroer. The little town of iTanhoe in Wythe county. Va. was almost entirely destroyed by Hre yeerday- Msry t hrittsnien has wi'nvl a rerdirt of $6,001) at (hiswa. la., in a breacb of promise suit inint a !! man. Gilbert Tarter, after a tour of the Cnited States, say American workmen are more enterpri-ing than F.usiiB. The house committee at Washington has ordered reported a bill to repeal all Spamah war revenue tales eicept tax on mixed flour. F.d and John Riddle, aaailina: execution in the Pittsburg jail for double murder, suot a iruant and overpowered a deputy sheriff before daylight and escaped. There is mnch excitement in Knott county. Ky.. oTeroil. four product"! wells bein in operation and bin companies securing leases wherever obtainable. Senator Patterson has introduced a bt't pro Tiding tor the union of Oalahoroa and ln.lian Territory and their admission into the La ion as a state, to be called Oklahoma. John I. Cassetts has been sentenced at Pprinarfteld, Mass., to be electrocuted during the week of May 4 for the murder of Mrs. Mary J. Lane, in Long Meadow. Ken. , Jil. The jury in the rase of Jim Howard, tried as an accomplice to the murder of William woebel returned a verdict of guiity against the prisoner and Axed his puniabmcat at Ufe Uupruouineai. construction t:f the game lawn ofi tht state which he believes will permit him to take tidvantage of a market wlich affords the hiIit-st price for quail, tn der the Indiana law the quail hunting season is practically limited to six weeks, and heavy penalties are fixed for even having a bird iu one's posses sion at any other time, the courts hav ing gone so far as to punish persons who sold quail out of season, th.iugh it was proved that they were killed in the hunting season and kept in cold stor age. Mr. Smith's attorney has advised him that the law applies only to wild birds and that if quails are domesticated or are so reared that they never become wild they are not "game" within the meaning of the law, and the raiser would have the right to kill tbem and place them on the market at any time during the year. As he is now inhibited from killing and exiHising for sale except from Nov 10 to Jan. 1 of each year Mr. Smith thinks prices would be much better loth before and after this time, and it is this demand that be is arranging t- meet. "I have investigated the sub'ect thor oughly." said he the other day. "and am convinced that there is more mon ey lu a j:ood quail farm than there is iu cultivating the ordinary crops. The broods average anywhere from twentv to thirty, the birds are easily raised and there is always a greater demand than supply. I am in direct communi cation with the markets of Chicago. Indianapolis. Cincinnati and many oth er cities, and if the domesticated bird can le said when the wild birds are out of season I can get a much better price than is paid now. I tind that t'a: doniestieatei! bird ia larger also than the wild bird, and this will be in inj favor. 1 believe I ran have 2.000 to 2,oOO ready for market la January. U03 and I ran more than double that number by an..tuer year. dtite tor county c"'Ta,s?Sn.i. PIS, Jem W trict, sunj rt t Uie RepuDlican iotuinat on. Le oy Kelly 18 a candidate for county com missiouer. Kastern District, subject to the Ke" publican nomination. CORONER. Or. E.V.Brower ' candidate for Coroner, sai'ject tu the Republican nomination. Dr. Stephen C. Markley is a candidate for coroner, subject to Repuoucan nomination. Dr. Fran H. Dunham is a candidate for corouei, feuoject to RepaU.icaa nomination. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. candi riliiaj JtAwMMMieaMaWaBd Williamsburg ... I- cot torn y ....... LeOftantville ..... blountsviUe .... Med ford Kmc: lat-toa ......... J anney . ........ t-owlcrtofi ...... Joi.esboro ..... .......... "" eeoer . ...... Mier Converse ...... Atubuy . ......... "-atita re...... . . Pec Ar " "q' S ' No. 1 tWy KNo- j ar, xr 8 0 am S pm 7 30 pm 1 I lo am 4 15 pm h it pm t ia am 4 a pm S Ji pm 1 1 Htfia : 4 4 pm i Hi. am oll pm tt Opra lUUSam Sllpm iMiini f I f I lo 12 am j 5 pm 9 12 pm j :c'i)ii "54'iim 930psl 10 am S 50 pm 1 Ja po lOJHim 616 pm lOUitpm 11 ;1 am j 6 2' pm j ! It pm 1 1 -tS am 6 4o pm ,10 3.i pm 1 1 Ho .ni ft 5o pm I ) iJp 1 1 4s a(Ti 7 it pm ' 10 pm 1 02 pm 7 i5 ym ! 1 1 15 pm 1-2 '20 urn 7 4 pm i 1 1 4" iui f f If 124,pm i bOSpmlllXipm 1 11' m biim ' ljOam llMpm 4opm Vi tl) am 143 pm ..... ... 2 02 pm 2 17 pm J! S7 pm a 10 pm STATIONS LEAVE Psrm.... 5anta 1 e ...... Anboy..i,. Con verac ..... Mier Sareetser ...... Kirjn Jonesboro ...... r'o.lercon ...... J anney .... .... ira.toa ........ Haads Meatord ....... nlount&vitle . Lostantsviile .... ittnomy ...... Williamsburg No. s Oaily lxccpt Sunday ltuuam at a) am II aia j lil t pa ' li 0 pm liua 12 I" pm tithXMli S Richmond Wol;e iTuiey .. Bo.ton .... .... Wnt Kitchell tottage Grov. . Col. toruer. Oxford .... N. Sundae Uaiy 100 pm ll 1 to iWpm . aOpta iWpa Slii pm S-pm f StSpm 4 09 p 4 -J4 p.a fepm 47 pm 5 "3 pm S 13 pm t i am lUiom 16 am 1 t-i pm t f 1 94 ara 1 50 pm 7 5J am X M pm 8 14 am i- pm Mm 3 44 pm 8 7 am '2 J1 pm H "ta am 3 l.l pm Su6am sJXpm 91 am J 155 pre 441 pm .i5am 4)pm 15 pm V.-4 am I 4 li pa GUipm f f f 1'iO lamj 4 2' p i 811 pm to 15 am I 4 -V pm 625 pm 10 . am I 4 IS pn .. . 10 34 am, 5' pm i 57 am 20p.a 7(10 pm 11 "'i l" n 7 4S,. f Stop for Iassenifers. Connections No. 3 at Muncie Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buffalo aad New York, and ail points ou Big Four. No. 1 at Muncie to all points on L. E. & W. At Peru Wabash for l'uff.ilo, St. Louis, Detroit and Toledo. Nos. 2 and 4 at Cincinnati C. & O.; B. & O.; Q & C. and L. vt V. for all points east and south. No. 4 Special rates to Jacksonville and southern winter resorts. Home Phone 11. CIIAH. A. BLAIR, qity Ticket Agent. councilman from the Seventh Ward, mbjct to the Republican nomination Avg-'st Stafhorat is a candidate for coun cilman rom Fifth Wsrd subject to Republuan noniination, Feb. 17. Elmer E Towle, candidate for council rom t be seventh ward, subject to the Repub lican nomination. Ir d Haoer 's a candid te for council from tue l-nuriii Ward, subiect to tue R publi can nomination. Wm. M. Unthanb is a cand:dat tor coun cil, luira Ward, i-ubjtct to the Republican non intiou. Pennsylvania Line FIRE ALARM BOXER FIRST UITftls)T.f South of Main, West of Ssventh St 12, First and south C, Piano factor) 13, Second and south B 14, Fourth and south D 15, Fifth and south B 16, Fifth and south H 18, Seventh and south C SECOND OITlT. outh of Main, hetween 7th and 11th ati f21. Eighth and Main a"4 tV" ROAD SUPERVISOR. Jerry M. Wallace is a candidate for Rod SujerviBor of 1'iairict No. S.Wayne township, .ttojet.t to tte Republican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. MAYOR: Albert C. Ogborn is a candidate tor Mayor sui'ject to the R publican nomination. Dr. W. W .'.Zimmerman ;is a candidate for Mayor, subject to the Republican nomination. Cr. Joseph M. Bulla is a candidate for li ayor. subject t R-pu .lien nomination. CLERK. John F. Tagjart is a candidate for city c e. k, subject to tue R publican nom nation. Wm. C. Byram is a candidate fur titj clei k subject to the ipubii'an nominattoxj. Baltz A. Bescher " candidate f r city clei., aubject 10 neublican nomn ii on I - - i - tarJ TIME TABLE. In Effect Sunday, Nov. 24, 1901 Trains ran by central standard Urns, laelaaatl Uss. Dapart Hamfitos A Crncrnnan - i$ a n Cincmmatl Accomortaooe- 8 50 a m Hanultoa ft Caactnaad 6 P as U.k.ls Cta. Aoc, j a p m laallaaaaalla Llna. New York ft Sc Loots Mall 4 a m StLouta I Aniaarl, ,.... 4j a m Indianapolis A; 6 so a a New York ft St 9onU Matt .to 'jta New York ft St Louis tap nsps St Louis Lkaitad Mail 4 Si P Jr Vnra- t L. Fast Mail lugx Bradford ft Indpls Acc ... 11 5 a m hletssje Llae. 1 a m Cmrlnnari ft Locanapon Acc,..- y 35 p m ft Chicago Nlht Kap 11 is p si Oavtas) A Xeala Liaa. Loeana.wt cica Fast Matt ft Cia. irtAoc Xanla Spc"fld. ft Cola. Acc... Daytoa Xenia a Columbns. Dayton PUta. A Mew Vok... Cots. Pitts, at New York Daysoa ft Xanla acc ... 5 ss a a .. 10 05 a as ..so 05 a as - 4 $5 p m. 8 00 a at 9 oop 1 Am 1 lea . tanp. 11 cc p 1 a JP 3 18 a " -s r IO SO V I 4j0p. SO OS s MP' ft) tf a 35op 5S'l 05 1 8 40 . 5 P 7S5 P' luAOa to so a. i "SS 7 55 i 4 o New York Umiten Plaaa, Urbaaa A Colambna Liaa, St Louta a New York Mail 5 a, a at l7 Indpls. ft Cols. Aoc...ic 15 a m 1 so p Pins ft aa Mail iap 7 45 p m Bcapa St fxmis Uunif Mail o 8 Iudpis ft Bradfora Acc 3 55 P m 11 30 a a Braaol Rattiwa a laaiaaa Hy. Ft. W., Li R. ft Petoskey K 5 :ao a m j;ao p . ormad Rapid. a.a fatai... nytpa iowak Northlaiid Ejrp.a ... iliof a 55 a Daily Ai! othw trains daily aacaot Suat j A. Gonatm. Stanoa Masaat C. taw TIchM a.a Winter Drra-n.. Deep lies the snow on wood and fields; Gray stretches overhead tho sky; The streams, their lip of laughter sealed. In silence wander slowly by. Esrth slumiers. and her dreams who knows But they may sometimes be like ours. Lyrics of spring in winter's prose That sing of buds and leaves and flow ers? Drins of that djy when frsm the scuth Comes Anri!. as at first she came. To hold the I n-p t v.-iu to her mou;h And Mow it into frasrant fi.me. Frank "jetapsier Sherman in February Atlantic- After Dinner To assist dissestion, relieve distress. after eating or drinfcine too beati'T. to prevent constipation, take Hood's Piiio Sold everywhere. 25 cents. TREASURER. Chas. A. Tennis is a candidate for city treasuicr, .ubjeci to Republican uomicit.ou. Harry T. fisher i a candidate fer:city treasurer, subject to Republican nomination. Stephen S. Strattan, Sr i. a candidate for ciiy treanurcr, su'j-ct to the Rpulkan nom" illation. COUNCILMAN. Charlas S. Meal ia a candidate for council row the -1 lb W aid, s inject to the Republi aa omnia ion. J. Raa Riffle is a candidate for conned man fix.ni ib ou. in Ward, subject to the Republi can nomixiati?n. f Ttteaaae W. Cibhs is a candidate for coun cil iroin te auto Mard, subject to the Repub lican nomination. Watt I. O'Neal is a candidate for council man rum tne sixth Ward, subject to the Re publuan nomination. W. H. Ward ' a candidate for councilman from Ute third Ward, subject to lb Republi can nomination. Fdgar Nax-Hs is a candidate for coancil from lb Third Ward, aub.ect to the Republi can nomination. Arthur A. Curcae is candidate for coun cil tr. m he 81x1a Maid, subject to the R?pub ucau n-.m nation Keary W. Dettker is candidate for coai cil I torn t-e ecoo.i Ward, subject to the Re pnbpcaa non.i. ation W. W. Alesander i cand'date for eoi cil from t. e eca ud Ward, subject to the Re publican nomination Nathan S. Lasaar is a candidate for coun cil trom the Fifth Ward, subject to the Repab acsvn nomination. O. A. Leftwich candidate for conacil from Ffith ward, saoiect to the Republican nomi nation. Dr. L. G. Bowers. SI north ninth street, candidate for connti'man from the third ward, subject to the Republican nomination. Gearge M. Gayer, candidate for council man from seventh ward, subject to the Bepsb. lican nomination. 1 BJ. Cast. caadiae for councilman froi the four h aard, subject to tie Republican nomination. Alaaza at. Gardner a candidates for Richmond and Dayton Leave Richmond taPOC St L Ry Co B--10 am 4:111 pr LeaVe aton via Iyun a Western Traction Co 40 am fcsu pi arrive Dayton 11:00 am AUC ar aamrairisa. Ltan tmyton via Daytoa ft West ern Traction Co 8:00 am 10?4) at b:nu pm - Hi a. Leave Baton via P O C ft 8t L Ky Co IS a am U a 00 6 47 pm Arrive Richmond via PO O s SI L Ry Oo 1S8 ass lift, i 7:30 pot IM a aavaa or rasa. Roc ad trip. Richmond and Eatoa, via P. O C ft Bt.Br Bound trip, Eatoa and Daytoa, via D. ft W. Tractioa Co . aVmad rrin. RiehrrumH and TaTtoa ll.a Good Friends, don't you think it a tout time yon jjavt ns a call? We ha v. everything in harncst and harness famish ings, and you wilj always find our eoodi the best ana otu prices the lowest fo the best foods. We are selliag a first class horse blanket at 75c to $8.60 THE WIGGING CO. aw Phone 7SS. SOS MAIN ST Scald head is an eczema of the scalp very severe sometimes, but it can oe curea. Loan s Ointment quick and permanent in its results At any drug store, 50 cents. 24, Seventh and son' 25, Ninth ard south A 26, Tenth and south C 27, Eleventh and Main 28, Eleventh and aontb J 'THIRD DISTRICT.!? Pootb of Main, Eat of Eleventh St e " 81, Twelfth and south B 82, Twelfth and south E 84, Fourteenth and Main 86, Fourteenth and noutfc C 80 Eighteenth and south A 87 Twentieth and Mala FOURTH OISTRIRT. North of Main. West of 101 h at. to SJvet, 41, Third and Main, Robinson's ahor. 42, Third and north C 48. City Building, Fire Headquarters 46, Gear, Scott & Co 46, No. 1 boee house, north th street 47, Champion Mills 48, Tenth and north I nrTR DISTRICT.' West Richmond and Sevastopol. 5. West Third and CheatTJct 61, West Third and National road 62, West Third and Kin-ey 63, Weot Third and Richmond avenca 64, Earlham College 66. State and Hover 66, Grant and Rid?e 67, Hunt and Maple 6, Grant and Sheridan 69, Bridpe avenue. Par MJll SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D Street, East o Tnth 8tra 61, Railroad Shopa 62, Hutton's Coffin Factory ao it : . , , ... . oo, nooner unu w or as 64, Wayne Agricultural Works 66, Richmond City Mill Work 66, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteenth and north H SEVENTH OISTRIST. Between Main and North D eta, E of lOta 7, Ninth t n i north A Tl, Eleventh and north B 72, Fourteenth and north C 78, No. 8 hose house, eaat end 74, Eighteenth and north r 7ft, Twenty-eecond amd north M SPECIAL! SISNAaA S-t-t Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out T Fire pressure oil 10-10-10 Natural gas off! A saw a. a ED. F. DALBEY 4 3T. EIGHTH ST. Pliolpgraplier OUT-OF-DOOR WOBK A. 8PKCLAXTT lAXDSCAPES ANLMAIaS GROUPS PABTIZS 8ATHEBIXGS