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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM; SATURDAY, JANUARY" 2.-1904.
three tr o. O. MURRAY,- Lossk and Manager TUESDAY, JAN 5, Fifth Annual Tour THE LYMAN TWINS' IAjkI a Big Company in Their New Production. AT THE RACES An Elaborate Seenic Novelty. M, Acw creations. ( New Features. ,1 Xev Ideas. A Grand Festival oi Jt'un, Music f 'ami Dazzling Effects. Special Prices ..25, 35 and 50c, Sale of Seats Opens at Nixon's Confectionery, 828 Main Street, Sat urday, January 2d. of:".kds Fresh Sausage f We do all our own Killing. Always ucaa - . 1 1 " . 1 1 Pare Iard in any quantity at t ottoio "prices. ft No Sausage wholesaled. phones 1084 & 359 Schwegman's Meat Market Buy some article GILBERT T. DUMHAHI r 627-629 Slain Street. LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES .Guessing An Ametropo meter The only one in Richmond, is u9d by T.J. Cook.Oph. D J. S. BRUMLEYl Ptone 8f2 Jo. 17?. f tb D v. C. Jfl. Hamilton iunTt e ntiTstT Therlottthrxiesterii .i-.r.w? t t- a t-t-T7T t- Wisconsin.' ) DATUJDrv, VJCIierU xigcui, Richmond, Yurs reterson 35 S OUTH TENTH ST j- Jk l: PHIL BROOKENS WQOD . 1530 MAIN STREET. V V O ELECT BOABPINGp Mesda'cs Smith & Conlcj K3 Horn. i:h Menu. Rates ReasonaM. 3 N Eleventh St. it, T".i 1 BUY GrU3?JSE, C. DICKINSON gjgHM AMMUNITION efl Practical Gunsmith, 8 Ft.Wayneave jreeriess Made only by OLIVER C. Feed of all kinds always on band. Gennett Theatre O. G. T4URRAY Lessee and Manager Blonclay, Jan 4tli W. E. NANKEVILLE'S SUPREME SUCCESS HUMAN HEARTS A True Story From Life Presented In Dramatic Form Complete Scenic Equipment! Capable Company of Players ! Startling Mechanical Devices? Prices 25c, 35c and 50c Sale of Seats opens at Nixon's Confection ery, bOO Main, Friday, Jan. l. Pork and Bones All rour own make I . bbu jjuic of P1IRH1T u ft 1 That will be . a source of plcasuro for years J - in fitting gla9se 1002 Min, West cott Hotel Bldg. Bills Distributed- WORK fiUJRiSTEED. BATES MAS )I IBIS 1 XD- mutual Iiifelns. Co f A t. Room fl 'and 7 Kelly Bldg Ind. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS COAL Flour MOORE of The River Roller Mills MILTON, IND. 1 QENNTT THEATRE O. G. Murray. Lessee. Manager Wednesday, January 611i The Operatic Fvent Ask. anybody ! WHITNEY OPERA CO. In the spectacular military opera WHEN MABCHIXa "JOHNNY S? So PEOPLE So And two carloads of Scenery on the stage Original New York No. 1 Company positively guaranteed. PRICES 25c, 50c. 75c, $1.00. $1.50. Sale opens Monday at Nixon's WAR NIMQ Beware of ticket speculators wno loiiow mis attraction. musements "Human Hearts." In "Human Hearts" the story told is one of much interest, in which the sympathies of the audience are thor oughly enlisted. Tom Logan, an hon est blacksmith, living in the hills of Arkansas, is entrapped by an adven turess whom he marries without dis covering her character. After a time, and while poor Tom thinks his hap piness is secure, her former lover ap pears on the scene. A murder is com mitted and through the plottings oi this infamous man and woman, the crime is fastened on Tom. He dis covers the truth, but through love for the woman, and rather than betray her, he bears the stigma, stands' trial, is convicted and sentenced to States' Prison for life, where he would have remained, had it not been for the in tervention of faithful friends, who bring his case to the notice of the Governor of Arkansas. In the end of course, all ends happily and Tom is restored to his former standing in the community. The play is one in which pathos is combined with comedy. The organization presenting "Hu man Hearts" is under the manage ment of W. E. Nankeville, who has directed its tour most successfully for a number of years. Mr. Nanke ville is said to have provided ample scenic display for the production and to have engaged a splendid company for the portrayal of the various char acters. Gennett next Monday. "At The Races." "A treat coming" Lyman Twins to appear here. A treat seldom ever of fered the theatre going public is in store for them when the famous com edians "The Lyman Twin Bothers" are seen here in their wonderful mu sical comedy success "At the Races" which they are appearing in this sea son and which is said to be one of the funniest and most elaborate .produc tions of this class yet produced, com prising a large company, a dainty chorus of pretty girls, a host of fun ny comedians, singers and dancers together with numerous novelties entirely-new and . original with this attraction. The pretty scenery, magnificent costuming intermingled with -catchy music, sweet singing and a dazzling display of electrical effects transforming the graceful dances into a blaze of wondrous splendor carried along by side splitting situations and a funny story to make up one of the greatest comedy productions of the day. The wonderful success with which this attraction has met with in the East by -press and public has placed these clever young stars on the top round of popularity as come dians and producers. Gennj': Tuesday. j ? ? 7 F0URPRETTY':-6iRLS'HWK0;- .When Johnny Comes Marching Home j The Whitney opera company has scored a most remarkable success in "When Johnny Comes Marching Home." All critics declare this to be the best American, opera since "Robin Hood." It is a great novel ty in every respect and drew immense audiences, such imminent men as Senator Depew and ex-Governor Black highly commending it. The latter has seen it several times. Many of the musical numbers have attained a great vogue and are being widely sung and whistled and played by or chestras. An especially attractive number is a song and chorus " Katie, My Southern Rose," sung by Union officers and introducing a promenade of officers and Southern belles ar rayed in the greatest crinoline and hoop skirts worn during the civil war period. Another big feature of the opera is a waltz scene in which forty officers and Confederate young wom en are disclosed in an old-fashioned dance Avith all its extravagance of movement. The effect is novel and is repeatedly encored. Gennett next ' Wednesday. "Florodora," the greatest success in musical comedy that has ever been known in America, is coming here shortly and with it will be Fisher & Ryley's number one company, by far the largest and best organization that has ever appeared in the play since it was produced. Furthermore it will be mounted with greater elaboration than before, every costume being built from the new this season, the scenery newly painted and the entire massive production as spick and span as it was the night of its premier at the Casino Theatre, New York. Local playgoers will be especially in terested in the cast which the Floro dora" managers are to bring here this time. Adelaide Manola has scored the success of her career as the blase English widow. Next is Rob ert E. Graham, who was the first to play Gilfain in this country and has continued to do so ever since, having already appeared as the bogus mil lionaire over 1,200 times. Then there is Philip A. Ryley, who has been Tweed Lepunch for J,pe years and who gives an original highly humorous portrayal or il;o fa kir wrho tries to promote hapy mar riages by the employment of phre nology. The Dolores will be Gretna Risley, for two years the queen in "King Dodo," and an artist whohas scored a hit of huge proportions as the love-lorn maid of the Philippines, on whom the chief thread in the story of "Florodora" centers. Others of importance who will ap pear in the principal characters are Niel McCay, who is playing Capt. Donegal, and to whom is allotted that very catchy solo. "I Want to be a Military Man," Jos. Phillips, ac counted the best exponent the role of Abercoed has yet had and whose sing ing of the delightful love ballad "The Shade of the Palms," is a distinct feature of the performance, Thos. A. Kiernan, as Leandro, Harriett Mer ritt, as Angela and Lillian Spencer, Valleda, have all been with "Floro dora" since the opening night three years ago. The Peruna Lucky Day Almnas has become a fixture in over eight mil- at any first-class druggists,, free. Be j sure to inquire early. The 1904 Al ( lion homes. They are to be obtained : manae is already published, and .the : supply will soon be exhausted. Do 'not put it off. Get one today. Low Fares to Oregon via Pennsyl vania Lines. January 5th, 6th,. 7th and 8th, ex cursion tickets to Portland, Ore., ac-j count isaiional Live Slock A;;socia tion meeting will be sold via Penn syivania lines. Particulars furnished upon application to ticket agents of Pennsylvania lines. I f V - A- ' . '- -V ; 'V.'. ,if f - ft j v i .1' "3 . la. , WILL APPEAR : HERE SOON: WITH ?3 -1 No Pity Shown. " "For years fate was after me con tinuallp" writes F, A. Gulledge, Ver bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of v Piles causing 24 tumors. When all failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains. Only 25c at A. G. & Co.'s drug store. A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural, never failing remedy for a lazy liver. Starts the circulation, expands the limbs, strengthens the heart, builds up the entire system; that's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cts A. G. Luken & Co. Omm wkj Cckmi?t Bates to th tTot and Hortiroevt via The O, C la. Washington, Oregon, Montana, . Tor further information call on 2. A, ETair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever wTas made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, list lessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to the needs of the children. Pleasant to take; soothing in its influence; it is the remedy of all remedies for every form of throat and lung disease. Night Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hard ly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 ponds." It's absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, Lagrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Price 50e and $1.00. Trial bottle free at A. G. Luken 's drug store. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. A meeting of the share-holders in the Beeessd National Bank at Rich mond, Ind will be held at 1 o'clock p. a. at the banking honse on Tues day, January 12th, 1904, for the pur pose of electing nine directors to serve the ensuing year, and the trans action of any other business that may come before tk meeting. Jim B. Dougn, tf Political Announcements. REPRESENTATIVE. ( Dr. M. W. Yencer is a canflidaU for state representative, subject to the Republican nomination. Walter S. Ratliff is a candidate for representative from Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomina tion. RECORDER. Benjamin F. Parsons is a candi date for county recorder, subject to the Republican nomination Aaron A. Coaley is a candidate for eouty recorder, subject to the de eisiea of the Republican nomination. King R. Williams is a candidate for recorder of Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nominatien. Frank C. Mosbaugh is a candidate for county recorder, subject to the Republican nomination. Harry T. Fisher is a candidate for recorder of Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomination. John C. King is a candidate for recorder of Wayne coun,ty, subject' to the Republican nomination. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Elwood Clark is a candidate for cotrfiTy commissioner in the western district, subject to the Republican nomination. tA 23 .'.iA4(srs- - ? A a-" TT" John F. Dynes is a candidate for county commissioner, middle district, subject to the Republican nomina tion. (Re-election). Robert N. Eeeson is a candidate for county commissioner from the west ern district, subject to the Republi can nomination. Elias M. Hoover is a candidate for commissioner of the Western district subject to the Republican nomination COUNTY TREASURER. Benjamin B. Myrick, Jr., is a can didate for county treasurer, subject to the Republican nomination. Albert R. Albertson, of Clay town ship is a candidate for treasurer of Wayne county, subject to the Re publican nomination. . Robert A. Benton, of Chester, is a candidate for treasurer of Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomination. SHERIFF. Richard S. Smith is a candidate for sheriff of "Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomination. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. .. Paul Comstock is a candidate for prosecuting attorney of Wayne coun ty, subject to the Republican nomi nation. CORONER. Dr. S. C. Markley is a candidate for coroner of Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nomination. TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR. Thomas F. Swain is a candidate for assessor of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. George Bishop is a candidate for township assessor, subject to the Re publican nomination. C. H. Bulla is a candidate for as sessor of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomination. John E. Moflitt is a candidate for township trustee of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomina tion. TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE. Charles E. Potter is a candidate for trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the decision of the Republican nomination. John W. Tingle will be a candidate ior trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. . MAYOR. Dr. W. W. Zimmerman is a candi date for mayor subject to the Repub lican nomination. Dr. J. M. Bulla is a candidate for mayor, subject to the Republican nom ination. CITY CLERK. John F; Taggart is a candidate for city clerk, subjeet to the : Republi can nomination. CITY TREASURER. Charles A. Tennis is a candidate for city treasurer, subject to the Repub lican nomination. COUNCILMAN. Charles S. Neal is a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. J. Rue Riffle is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward, subject to the Republican nomina tion. ' Robert F. White is a - candidate for councilman from the fourth ward, subject to the Republican nomina tion. James E. Harris is a candidate for Councilman from the Seventh Ward subject to the Republican nomination. George W. Cotton is a candidate for councilman from the seventh ward, subject to the Republican nom i ition. Fred Haner is' a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward. , W. T. Earley is a candidate for councilman from the third ward, sub- irt in flirt T?omilil Jiir nnminotinn E. G. McMahan is a candidate for Councilman from the seventh ward, subject to the Republican nomination.