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EI0IHIO2JD DAILY PATJ.ATrm?, LIONDAT, JANAURY 4, 1901.
THREE i r V jmmmu CTTsTT"rVT '" Ul''" I"" I "I O. Q-. ItfU'KH.&T, Lessoe and Maftjpr TUESDAY, JAN 5, Fifth Annual Tour . THE LYMAN TWINS tlnd Big Company in Tlir Uerw Production. cAT THE RACES New Creations. v , w, New Features. Iscw Ideas. " A Grr.nd Festival ox Fun, Music end Dazzling Effects. Special Prices 25, 35 end 50c. Sale of Seats Opens at Xixon's Confectionery, 828 Main Street, Sat urday, January 2d. oki:'nds Fresh Pork and Bones feSLU Scll All ?our own make We do all our own killing. Always dean and pure. Pure Lard In any quantity at bottom prices. " v nu mai tino 1 V Buy some article GILBERT X. 627-529 Main Street LARGEST STOCK. LOWEST PRICES iies&tng An Ametropometer The only out t.j. cook, oPh. d. Blcbmond, 1 S. BBUHLEY D p. C. fJ. Hamilton lcTx. TENTH ST. The rorthoues tern mutual Iiifelns. Co $!E2ffi'. J. O BARBER, General Agent, molll.md& Drs Peterson! osteopathic ' 35 S OUTH TENTH ST j PHIL BROOK ENS WAAR ;-n. NO. 15SO MAIN STREET. V w i ' n i ir 4 Q ELECT BQABPINGpiMesda'ca Smith & Conlej kJ Home URa Mono. Ratw Roasonaam 3 pj EleTCIltU St. BUY Ana AMMUNITION ifl 11 us 1 . Ma.jeob, 0L1VBR c Feed of all kinds always on hand. O. G. MURRAY Lessee and Manager Theat re Monday, Jan. 4tli W. E. NAN K B VI LLB' S SUPREME SUCCESS HUMAN HEAR A True Story From Life Presented in Dramatic Form Complete Scenic Equipment! Capable Company of Players! Startling Mechanical Devices! Prices 25c, 35c a nil 500 Sale of Seats opens nt Nixon's Confection ery, 606 Main, Friday, Jan. 1. V r I J. R A 4- . of train That will be source of pleasure for years J8 3 - In fitting glasset 10C2 Main, Weit cot Hotel Bldg. TS DUNHAM Bills Distributed- mU CEABUTER, BATES KS)SVBIB PHYblvJiANb E. C. DICKINSON Practical Gunsmith, 8 Ft.Wayneave Fl OUl moore of The River Roller Mills MIITON.IND. k -- . ' - k j .V-; - ' '-' w ..: . : , ::.e;fe.r . yxXrv- i-:;.- fertj . I' ? 'r ' ' - - : tt.-Ji.Z.JUto-v; yVf-Hi'"'". J ;- . G ENNETT THEATRE O. G. Murray. Lessee. Mandger Wednesday, January 6tli The Operatic Fvent of the Season ! Ask anybody ! WHITNEY OPERA CO. In the rctacuUr military opera xo ?J O H N N Y home3 MAKOHIJ 8o PEOPLE So' And two carload9 of scenery on the stage Original New York No. 1 Company positirely guaranteed. PRICES 25c, 60c, 75c, $1.00. $1.50. Sale opens Monday at Nixon's. WAilFINQ 2ewre of ticket ipeculaton who follow this attraction. Miss Patti Rosa" with the Lyman Twins. Miss Tatti Rosa, the dainty little nmedienne and singer-who has sup ported some of the most popular com edians of this country . including imi die Foey, William Norris, Mathews Bulger, and appearing in such at tractions at Naughty Anthony and a Milk White Flag will be seen here soon in the part of "Sally Summers" with "The Lyman Twins " in their new musical comedy "At the Races" This little lady has a remarkably sweet voice, pure intone and rich in quality and has a way of singing her songs that captirates her audience wherever she appears. The part of Sally is especially suited to her and in which she is meeting with marked success, making a more than pleasing addition to" this popular attraction. Miss Rosa's services have been se cured by the Lyman Bros, for three years. Oennelt tomorrow night. "Human Hearts." Arkansas has often been the theme of song and story, and no melody ev er written has evolved more genuine pleasure than "The Arkansas Travel ler." The same may be said of "Human Hearts,", which "is a strong story, dealing with life in the Arkan sas Hills, only in addition to laughter I ' ' ' 1 ; 'r - kr 4 5. - EEirim'SCErfB in. second ' 1 AT THE GENNETT THEATER TOMORROW NIGHT, it is mingled with heart interest and tears. , This season's company secured by Manager Nankeville will be far su perior to any ever engaged to portray this strongest of strong plays. The scenic equipment this season-will be entirely new, the past summer having been devoted to securing new models and the building and painting of new scenery. Consequently, this year, "Human Hearts" will be practically a brand new production. It has been Manager Nankeville 's aim to improve the performance each season and to this fact, he attributes its great suc cess and lasting popularity. "Hu man Hearts" will be seen at the Gen nett tonight. When. Johnny Come3 Marching Home The music of Stange and Edwards' new patriotic comedy opera "T n Johnny Gomes Marching Home" ,,-! will be presented at the Gena"! t ii xt Wednesday by the Whitney Opera Company has already become vastly popular in cities where the opera has not yet been heard. Among the songs that have established themselves as prime; popular favorites are, "My Own United States," "Good Day. Yankees," "Years Touch Not My Heart," "My Honeysuckle Girl," a Conn song. Another song that is con sidered by many as the gem of the opera is "Katie My Southern Rose, sung by Johnny first with the male chorus and later by the combined horus of boys and girls. The busi ness in this song with the girls nod ding and becking in the quaint cos tumes of forty years ago, undoubted ly has much to do with its success. The great, charm of "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" and the hold that it undoubtedly has taken on the popular mind, ie probably the result of the original1 treatment in the score of familiar themes. A statement that seems is paradoxical and is yet true. Then, too, the seenie environment is pictresqa ni satisfying and the costumes are undoubtedly a novelty and an altogether pleasing one to the present generation, whatever they may have been to the past. The cleanliness of "Florodora" has been a considerable factor in the huge success which the play has en joyed. This .English musical comedy was the first ploy where evening gowns were substituted for tights and the change proved such a pleasing one to playgoers the idea was readily endorsed. In the 270 costumes used during the performance there is' but a single pair of tights and these are worn for only ten minutes in the sec . - . act of ond act, where Miss Risley, disguised as a music hall singer, does a special ty, with Philip H. Ryley, Tweedle punch. When it was noted what a hearty endorsement theatregoers gave the new style of costuming, as first exemplified in "Florodora," other producers immediately grasped the idea and now it is a question of who can spend the most money in produc ing evening gowns of the best ma terial for their thorns -girls. Fisher and Ryley have not thus far been outdone by any of their contempo raries, and the stage pictures which are shown in "Florodora" are a vast improvement over those wherein girls with more or less "form" are dis played in abbreviated skirts or flesh ings. "Florodora" will be seen here next Friday. .L me Say I have r.sed Ely's Cream Balm for eatarrli and can thoroughly recommend it for what it claims. Very truly, (Rev.) H. W. Hathaway, Elizabeth, N, J. Z tried Ely's Cream Balm and to all appearances am cured of catarrh. The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are gone. W. J. Hitchcock. late Major U. S. Vol. aad A. A. Gen., Buffalo, X. Y. The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50c or maild by Ely Brothers, 56 War ren St., New York. The Peruna Lucky Day Almnas has become a fixture in over eight mil at any first-class druggists, free. Be 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 Tanla Lines. t Janunry 5th, flth, 7th and 8th, ex cursion tickets to Portland, Ore., ac count National Live Stock Associa tion meeting will be sold via Penn sylvania lines. Particulars furnished upon application to ticket agents of Pennsylvania lines. ' , . NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS. A meeting of the share-holders in the Union National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will be held at 1 o'clock p. m. at the banking house on Tues day, January 12th, 1904, for the pur pose of electing seven directors to serve the ensuing year, and the trans action of any other business that may come before the meeting. ' Geo. L. Cates, tf President. Political Announcements. ' REPRESENTATIVE. Dr. M. W. Yencer is a candidate for state representative, subjoct to the Republican nomination. Walter S. Ratliff is a candidate for -representative from Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomina tion. RECORDER. Sanjamia T. Parsons ie a and dafri frrv ty recorder, subst to Rpmfeliam MominatUs. Ajsrea A. G&Cagr k a eaadSdAte far eonaaty ysTiar, sabect to the Je eisioa of the Republican nomination. King 3. Williams is a candidate for recorder of Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Frank C. Mosbaugh is a candidate for county recorder, subject to the Republican nomination. Harry T.-Fisher is a candidate for recorder of Wayne count3r, subject to the. Republican nomination. Jolia C. Kins is a candidate for recorder of Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomination. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Elwood Clark is a candidate fot county commissioner in the western district, subject to the Republican nomination. John F. Dynes is a candidate for county commissioner, middle district, subject to the Republican nomina tion. (Re-election). Robert N. Beeson 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 distriet 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, it 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. Swaia is a candidate for assessor of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Greorge 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. Jo2jn E. Moffitt 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 Wayna township, sub ject to the decision of the Republican nomination. John W. Tingle will be a candidate for trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. MAYOR. Dr. W. W. Zimmsman is a candi date for mayor subject to the Repub lican noioination. 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 elerk, subject to the Republi can nomination. CITY TREASURER. Charles A. Tennis is a candidate for city treasurer, subject to the Repub lican nomination. t COUNCILMAN. Charles S. Neal is a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. v J. Rue RiSe is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward, subject to the Republican nomina tion. Robert F. Whit 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 ation. Fred Haner is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward. W. T. Ear ley is a candidate for councilman from the third ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. - E. G. McMahan is a candidate for Councilman from the seventh Ward, subject to the Republican nomination.