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niCHIIOKD DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, KOI.
GEVHI7, I?II1E AL.AH3X COXES South of Mala, Wct ot ;erath IS, First aad oath C, Plaao fattr--13, Sjscoid fnl -nth It i. Fourta and aoatn D i, x-utn and south B 'Hft.h and aoath II 43, SiTenth and scuta U , oath ol Main, betwdaa TtU aal SoJii ri 1. Blghth ual Alain 23 Eighth and south. s; Si, Seventh and aoath C 24, jTliitn and south A arj, Ttfuw bcatli C SI. Elivsath ani ilain S3, Eleventh and aouth J . TIII3D lUSkTGl. Pcnth of Main, East of SlattntJa fctfas? 81, Twelfth and south B 82, Twelfth and south E S4f Fourteenth and Main , 35, Fourteenth aud south 8 Eighteenth and south &Z S7, iwe-atisth and Hal a FOURTH DISTRUST, f orth of Alain, Woat of 10th si. m .J t 41,. Third and Main, R3bina3:;"j Tiiixd Ajud lii tJu C C iy Srdlila Firs TIesij "-. Ho. 1 fco-e ho ue, north sis six?-. 47, t,t arnoa Mill 7est Richmond and SerMepsl, 5, West Third and Chastnal 51, West fhird and xalioal WvlL 52, West Third and Kiiea 68, West Third and RicUmoad avsauaii 61, Bar! ham College 55, State and Boy er 68, Urant and iliis 6T, Hunt and Maple 68, Grant end Shrldan 69, Bridge avdaatf, j?4r 3'-. ms.rn m&rmimr. forth of D Street, East o t& - 61, Railroad Shopa 62, Hutton'a CoSn Factory 63, Hocel;r Drill Woriu 64, Wayne Agricaltur-il Woa& 65, Rlchmoad Cltf Mill Wr. 66, Weatcott Carria-js Co T. Thlrteenta and north H Eetaeu Maiu and Nortii U iU, E X It't T. Xlnthand north Tl, Eleventh a d aorth i TS Fonrteents an 1 north C fS j. 8 ho3z hons eut ctd T4 Eighteenth and ;icrta O is. Iw nty-seconi -sfl ' -.arti Patrol , .i - 1-2-1 i'ue out ?-3-3 ne prS3U -3 Firs -orsss :. oL. 1 -10-10 Natural gas ou IC N itural gas o2. Time Schedule O Oi cis Li Effective April "27th, 1903. EAST AN r iOUTH I vf tM PM No. '1 N'o. 4. No. 8 9 0'. 0 3 35 45 4 80 0 15 10 03 4 44. 622 10 17 5 00 82 10 42 5 20 '0M 11 20 6 00 10 B5 AM PM PM No. 1 Mo. 8 iso. o o4 J J ii 7 ' 10 50 5 50 9 3-5 Lit. Richmond Ar Oottane rove ollege Oom'r Oxioru Hamilton Clnalnnatl .... IiT. C!n:ln.aatl .... Ar. Rloamond .... NORTH AND WEfjT, AM 1 tlO 51 12 25 I 25 3 10 500 PM 8 f) 50 7 25 8 25 8 41 10 00 AM 7 0"0 1 S 25 125 3 10 PM S 9 ST 11 10 12 10 1 ?T 1 45 Lt. Hllmoacl Ar. Mansl ... Joaeuboro. Mrton .... " Pcra " N. Jadsoa. Lv. M. Judson 19 00 L7. Pern 5 00 1100 M 20 Ar. Richmond 05 8 40 i55 tDaliy except Sunday. Sandy. Ail otb r trlns daily- For rates or lntormatloa regarding ooi -neoiloas, inquire oX 3. i. J n. ;. 1 . T A. 1 Riohmon, W. B. OAUOTAT. G. P. A. I " Indian Dayton and Western Traction Co. Cars leave for Dayton via Eaton and West Alexandria follows: :00 a. m. 7:15 a. m. and 45 minutes after every hour until 7:45 p. m. P:W p. m. last car to T. yt n, storming only at Driving Park, New W vstville. New Hope Eaton, West Alexandria and point east. 9:15 p. in. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. 11:00 p. m. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. Passenger, freight and express station on Elrhth street south of Main. Home phone 2'.!. Hate from Richmond to Dayton 7 O W $i 25 R. T. Trov l l5 O W 1 !K) 1. T. Plqua 1 20 O W 2 In U. T. Kpringfleld ... 1 15 O W 2 00 It. T. Columbus .... 1 85 O W 3 : R. T. Connections at Dayton with through car9 for Troy. Piqua. Cireenville. Xenla, tepring fleld and Columbus, every hour. P.nggage cars leave Richmond 0:00, 8:15, 10: 15 a. m., 1 -.45, 3:45, 6:4, 9:00p. m. Bubject to change wi t bout notice.. Commencing Thvt y ir.tli.100"?, following time table v i!l " fTecton Dayton fc Western liaction Compan New Paris line: Hourly service as follows: First car leaves New Westville 6:10 a. m-, arrives New Paris :20 a. m. First car leaves New Paria 6:90 a. m., ar rives New Westville 6:45 n, m. East car leaves New Westville 6:10 p. m., arrives New Paris :20 p. m. East car leaves New Paris 6:20 9. m., ar rives New Westville 6:45 p. iu. Theatre parties will be taken oare of upon request. ' Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when there's a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil in the moJ- eine chest. Heals burns, exits, bruis es, sprains. Tntant relief. "Itchinp: hemorrhoids were Ihe plague of my life. Was almost wild. I)oan's Ointment ured me quiekly and permanently, after doir had faiisd." C. E. Geraxftt. Tailay Pannoylvania Linos TABLE.' m in Ran Dy Central StanfiArd Tlma in tlfoct I-unlay. Nov. 29. 1903. CINCINNATI 1.INE.I DltPT. ABRirS Chl and Cin Express. .4:16am li:lonv hl & Cin Mall... 6:40m r40pm C!hi and Cin Exp 10:lam 1' -itopro Mackinaw andOin Aoc...... 8:45pm 2:00pm Chi Cin Kxp A Mail 4:00pm w MOam "Northland Express 5:15am 10.50pm INDIANAPOLIS LINE. New York A St. Louis Vall.4:rUm 4:45am t. Ijouls, Limited 4:45aui k-4ipaa Nw York A Ht Louis '''1'..U:lAi u.ouma. Nw York A St Loaia ttu..l.tai lam N Y 4r at Louis Fst Uall .lvuUitm Vraf ard fc tad pis Aao 4) 0 g:4Avm 'StLiNY Mail 4 Br? 7:3Upia OJIIOAGO LINK. CM 4l Cin Mail 7.0sm 6:20am RlekHoad Leiian Aoo 6:45am . 6:40pm Ckl Fast Mall & Hip 11:15am 4:05am eia Logansport Aoo 6:69pm 9:4Kana Cin 4l Cat Night Bxp ll:15pm S :55pm DAYTON AX EJJ I A LIN EL Dayt.XeniaAOolumbus ..9:55am 10:03am Ools, Pitts & New York j:55am 16:10am Dayt, Xenla A Ooiumbus.. lo:2m Pitts, New York, Wash A Baltimore 4:56pm 1:20pm Dayton A Xenla Aoo ,.8:i5am at. Louis &N Y Limited ...... 8:49pm 4:8 ram PIQUA. URBANA A COLUMBUS LIN S St Louis ANY Mall ....6:S5am 5:22am Indianapolis A Cols Aco. . . .10:15am Pitts & East Mall Exp 7:80pm 9:15pm LndpisA Bradford Aoo 8:57pm 11:30am GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RY. JS W., Q. R. A Mack Ex S:40am S:40pm R. A Mackinaw 2:05pm :42am Northland Express 10 55pm 5 lom Sunday Accommodation 9:45pm Dally, umday. All other trains daily exce C. W. ELMER, Ticket Agent T. F. MCRPHY. Station Master TRAINS Every Week Day TWO ON SUNDAY TO llaneie, DarioBf Pa and Northern Indiana cities via O. O- c& Leave Richmond 10:50 a, m., 5:50 p. m. Through tickets sold to all points. For particulars enquire of 0. A. Blair. 0. P. A, H)me iTel. 44 $150,000 FOR. Athx eiic ILvents In the Great Arena at the Exposition TOR A ROUTE XookattheMa or THE ( smmr lines Christmas and New Years' Holiday Rates. via I R. R. " SL The C. C. & L. have made a reduced rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip to all points in the Central Passenger Association territory. Selling dates, Dec. 24, 25, 31, and Jan. 1, return limit, Jan. 4. Foi" teachers and students attending Earlham College, return limit not later January 13th. Round trip to Cincinnati $2 CO " Hamilton 1 fiO " College Corner HO " Oxford 1 1 ' " Liberty 1)5 " Connersvllle 1 19 Kushville 1 50 Trains leave 9:o" a. in. and 5:10 p. m. R6und trip to Williamsburg 50 Economy 70 " M uncle 1 0 Marlon 2 HO " Peru . 3 95 Trains leave 13:50 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. For further information call up C. A. I3LA1R, Home Tal. 44. City Ticket Agt VJHEfJ iU CHSOAGO Stop at tins Datha & Hotel C&mblnott 8 floors Fine new rooms. Meals a-Ia-Carta at all hours. BATHS OF ALL KINDS Turkish. Russian, Shower, Plunge, etc. The t swhaLMiag" pool in the world. Turk If k Bath Md Ltfing. $1.00. Most lasxyexoiv first 1m ktl in Ckieaco. Kickt la the kwMt of th lr. Bkl a apptlMten. i w J904 t M M 5. E eeadily cm; , About thirty years ago two German physicians made the wonderful dis covery that every portion of the body is controlled by and supplied with vitality by nerve centers located iu different parts of the brain. Later Dr. Miles, President of the Grand Dispensary, discovered that defects of these delicate centers were a prolific cause of many weaknesses and diseases of the various bodily or gans. If an engine does not receive sufficient power it cannot do ts work. The same is true of the lungs, heart, stomach, liver, kidneys, womb, blad der, etc. Loss of nerve power is a prolific cause of consumption, dys pepsia, headache, pain, Brights and heart disease, nervousness, debility, etc. This discovery is rapidly revolu tionizing the treatment of this class of diseases. Cases that were former ly incurable now yield readily to Dr. Miles' new treatment. Weak nerve centers cause or complicate every lin gering or chronic disease. Persons having any weakness or, disease, should read Dr. Miles' "Neuro- Lpathy," a booklet treating on Nerve Cure for all chronic diseases, which will be sent free. It contains many interesting facts and fine illustrations of the various brain centers which control the numerous organs. It shows the seat of life wrhere a pin prick -will cause instant death. Do not fail to send postal for it. If you wish a better understand ing of your disease, if you desire a speedy cure, if you would prolong your life, remember that "Knowl edge is power" and send a postal to Franklin L. Miles, M. D., LL. B., Grand Block, 564 to 574 Main street, Elkhart, Ind., for this free book. Ev ery progressive person should read it. 1,000 testimonials free upon request. Emtally Tortured. A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled. Joe Gol obick of Colusa, Calif., writes ''For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing reliev ed me though I tried everything known. I came across Electric Bit ters and it's the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble. .A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me." Just as good for Liver and kidney troubles and general debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteeed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggist. EARLHAM CEMETERY NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS. The annual meeting of the lot owners of Earlham cemetery will be held at the office of Wm. II. Brad bury & Son in the Westcott block on Monday, Jan. 4, 1904, between the hours of 2 and 3 p. m. for tho elec tion of directors and other business connected thereAvith. J. W. Newman, President. M. II. Dill, Secretary. 3sats Nellie Live on a simple diet, don't fret and worry. Your rosy cheek? and clear pretty skin will return soon as you commence taking Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken & Co One way Colonist Rates $3S.05 o all points in California via C, C. x November 30lh inclusive. For par iculars telephone C. A. Blair, C. T. & L: Dates of sale September 15th A. Home Tel. 44. Who was your grandfather of 1000 'ears ago? We know how to trace 'our foreparents back, perhaps far jeyond the origin of jour family larae. Please enclose a ttextip for, eply whea you write, for we work iheap. Address Samuel B. HaddJ on, Dublin, Ind. Notice ot Commission er's Sale ot Real Estate. The undersigned commissioner, by virtue of an order of the Wayne Circuit Court, made and entered in cause therein pendlnp, entitled Johh Morarty vs. Robert Hmith, Mary Smith, Delia Morarty and Cinthia Morarty, and numbered 13,17tf upon Ihe tlockets thereon, hereby gives notice that on the premises, on the 7th day of January, 1904, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. of said date, he will offer for sale at public sale and for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value thereof, tho following described real estate in Wayne County, in the State of In diana, to-wit: Being a part of the northeast quarter of section thirty-one (31), in township thirteen (13), range one (1) west of the principal meridian line drawn from the mouth of the CJreat Miami River, and bounded as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast comer of said section; running thence west thirty-two (32) rods; thence north twenty (20) rods; thence east thirty-two (32) rods; thence south twenty C2o rods to the place of beginning: containing four (l)acres,agree able to a deed from (Jeorge Bertram to the said Brean of the 4th of May, lsiS7, and re corded in book 45. pade 00. TKRMS OF HALE: At least one-third of the purchase price cash in hand, the balance in two install ments, payable in not to "exceed six and twelve months, to be evidenced bv notes of the purchaser, bearing six per cent, interest from their dates, waiving relief, providing fort attorney's fees, and secured by mort gage on the real estate sold. W1LILAM II. KELLEY. Commissioner NERVE D ASES A MIGHT BLAZE Hotel Fire at Chicago Ke sul ts In Death of Three Persons, 8TAMPEDE IN THE I)ABK Fire In the Xjouvre Family Hotel Aroused the Occupants Oat of Thetr Beds. Three Unidentified Bodies Were Tak en Out of the KuinsSereral Others Injured. Chicago, Jan. 2. Three - persona were killed and others were Injured last night In a fire that destroyed the Louvre family hotel, 3611 Lake ave nue. Nearly 100 persons were in the hotel when the fire broke out. Many had gone to bed. Everyone became panic-stricken and rushed for the street. The dead have not been iden tified. The injured: M. M. Bright, leg broken in falling In darkened hall way; William Hayden, waiter, burned, hands and face cut by glass. Dr. Von Echill, severe injuries to back and leg in fall on stairway; Fred Hopp, fire man, leg broken by fall from engine. In the upper story of the building the smoke was so thick that people had great difficulty in finding the ex its. Several persons were rescued from the second story by tkree men, who raised a plank to a window." Ser eral women and men slid dewn the plank. A boy was taken from the building asphyxiated. He. died a few minutes after being taken into the street Three children of Mrs. F. O. Schaffer became separated from their mothei and wandered around the upper storey almost suffocated with smoke and un able to find their way out. Tieing a cloth about her head, Miss Mary Corbett, a chambermaid, rushed intc the burning building and found the children. Calling for help. Miss Cor bett picked up the two children and carried them to the street. The other child was led from he place by a man who answered Miss Corbett's call. - The building was a three-story and basement brick structure and was in reality five buildings which had been connected for hotel purposes. The fire started in the dining room and spread rapidly. The fire could not be checked until it reached a fire-wall that separated the hotel in the middle. The building was almost destroyed. Loss, $50,000. ' . GLOOMY VIEW OF IT London Haj Forebodings of Trouble In the-Far East. London, Jan. 2. The far EasterrT outlook is gloomy. No further news has developed, but the fact that not a single telegram from Japan has been received by any London newspaper since Thursday night in itself creates alarm. The telegraph company is not aware of any delay in the transit of messages, and it therefore is supposed that the Japanese government is stop ping dispatches. The feeling of ap prehension is reflected at Lloyds, un derwriters demanding additional pre miums to cover a war risk on all ves sels, no matter of what nationality, proceeding east of Singapore. Even in diplomatic circles hitherto sanguine of peace there is a recognition that a rupture is all but inevitable. Neither Japan nor Russia will abate anything of their claims, and there is no dis position on either side to invite the mediation of friendly powers. It is believed that Japan will take decisive steps within the next few days, unless a conciliatory message Is dispatched from St. Petersburg, .a contingency which those best able to form judg ment do not anticipate. Situation at St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, Jan. 2. The foreign office has given out astatement that nothing had been done in connection with a reply to Japan. The Japanese minister here 13 unable to confirm or deny the advices received from. Paris by Baron Mayashi, the Japanese min ister to Great Britain, that Russia had decided not to grant the Japanese proposals. He says an answer to these proposals has not yet been made. It is generally accepted - in diplomatic circles here as unlikely that an answer will soon be delivered, and attention is now mainly directed to the Japanese war preparations. Moscow Is Uneasy. Moscow, Jan. 2. Nothing confirma tory of the advices from Paris to Baron Hayashl, the Japanese minister at London, is known here. A high official said-that he still believed the trouble will ultimately be arranged. An uneasy feeling prevails here, how ever. Minister Montono's PenEal. Paris, Jan. 2. At the Japanese le gation Minister Montono authorizes a categorical denial of a report that ad vices had been sent from the legation at Paris to the Japanese . minister at Lendon that Russia had decided not to grant the Japanese proposals. f ' t,. 1 1 'l "" , ' t i, v , PiCtlireS FOr ff" egrapy-r&rlalS JLV2 4 Different Positions atZSjS0 hltuuibine. POLO Saturday Night, Jan. 2. Muncie vs. Richmond. Saturday Afternoon, Monday Afternoon, ; Tuesday Afternoon and Evening. Thursday Afternoon and Evening "like mother used TO MAKE." NKE SUCH MINCE MEAT In 10c Packages with 'List of Valuable Premiums. 1 :M4 AMrgetable Prepsralionfor As siroiiatmg tiieFoodandBegula Ur.g the Stoisacirs ardBowels of Promotes DigcsIion.Cheerfur ness andllest.Conlains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. iNOTiTARCOTIC. ,!!ifi: Pitmpkui Seed ' jflx.Sentut RxktlU&dte liaise Seed- Jityrnm -Bi CfoixxutteSodtl Suvr V&ikryr. flavor. I 1? 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Your doctor will tell you more about this cough remedy. .riwif.Mi: S3 U f- Tim m fifrii ml i 'ittrr tip i mim loy Infanta and Oaildren. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of VHC CENTAUR CCMPANT, NEW V3R CITY. Sit i uuu M A IF iVvF ft W ' 'n ( U36 V' For Over Thirty- Years DR. J. A. WALLS . THE SPECIALIST Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE ! all forms of Chronic Diseases thnt sr ruraMe.- I) DISEASES OP THE 'Til KO AT. LUNGS, KII- business. TEHTH STREET, RICHOHD, IMD.. Street. Sanxertie, N. C i