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KortLi cf D Street, Htst of t-- 61, ILailrcjtd iho-:a f, Htttou'e Coin Factory e:.f Hcoeicr DriH v7Jta Warne Agticidtnrol TTcr'fcj 6i, 2.!chtucnd City Kill Week: 62, "Weatcctt dniaga Co f, "Shlrteentii nd nartla S "f, Ninth sad aoria A n. Eleventh a ad ccrti "2 T2 Fonrtesniii and ncrth G TS. No. 3 hose hetxu i, ttt eiiiS 7ii Hltt-esib a-d norti C Vita cat I-S-S TMe presivir 8 Fire prcistirfl eS I -I0-JLO natural ga o IC Natural ga3 o2. Pennsylvania Linesr TIMS TAELC Trtln Run ty Ca.tr?ir Standrdi TImo In Efract &ua2ay, Nov, 29. 1903. CINCINNATI L.IHK.I riepT. akhitb im and Ctn Exprot 4:liAna ll:lOaoi hl A t'ln H!all ". i:4(xu 6:i0pm Obi nd Oin Exji. I0:lom ll:u'pia Vai.inw 8 ad OS n Act 6:&pm 2:00pm wh! it Cln Kxp A MfcJl 4:tWpia aom Northland Eprete 5:l5u?a 10:50pm INDIAN APOLie L,13S New York & Bt. Ixxst MLiiJOrw 4:45am t. Lou?.i Limited 4:4Mn s 4,i-iei N YrtBtLoiiM! U:..Vn ... , j-a Nw York A 8t Ije1 . u K Y A Bt Loals F. V:.:l .lO-.lUpr Hertford Impla A 6m :4Cpms Vt L A Y Mail Ci Azj 7:30pm CHICAGO LUTE. Cfcl Cln Mali 7ipa :20un Hichrscad 4 Iaab Aea t:4Sara :40pm Okl Fact Hall JKxjj II :13a ra 4:05am Cin A Lofjport Ao JS-.OJm t:4-iua Cla A Okl NltJat Kx Il:l5pm tSps DATTOH A X L,Ilf E. D7t,Xenlaa0olaaa.bnt ..:&5aaa 19:00am Oois, JlttANwYrk :Kam It:10ai DTt, A Coluaab-aa.. l:C2pw Pitt, New York, Wkiii A Bdltlmors 4:&5pm ' l:20pra Ta7ton & Xenla Ace 8: Ijonlt AN Y limited 8:4Wuci 4;S7ara PIQ.UA. URBANAAOOIiUMBUS LINK Bt Loalg & N Y Hail 5:85am B.2t'am Indlarsapolls AOola Aco....I0:15am FlttB& Kaet Mall A Krp T:80Ttm 9:15ptu tndp33& Bradford Aco 8:riita li:,VJra GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RY. JP. W., G. P.. A M&ok lix 6:0am S:40pm O. R. A Mackinaw 2:05pm 8:'3m 'Northland Kxpres 10:55pm 51oec Sunday Accommodation 9:43pm Daily. All cthor trains dally eoe O. W. ELMER. Ttoket Aeant T. F. MUBPHY. BtfeMon Kmtr Time Schedule L. Effective April 27th, 1903. EAST AND SOUTH.; N Ar . RJcfemond.... 3C: Colifl.! Coru'f IJ06 Oxord 10 17 Hamilton 10 4 Ciacicr.uti .... li i0 PM ? No. 4 15 ) 4 SO 4 43 8 00 6 20 0 00 PM No. f IS 85 15 S3 ioo-j 10 5 Lv. HlT:c!nnaM Ar. i:USimcnd. All PK PlI Ho. I No. 6 Nu. 5 8 ao K0 7 W lJ 50 6 SO V S3 NOET7I A ISO WEST li-r. Richmond Ar. Siancta.... ' J oaes'oro . " Marlon. " P'TH " 2i. Judsoa. JLH PU AH PV 18 7 S tlO M 15 W TO -' S5 12 "25 T 25 1J 25 11 10 1 25 8 25 1 25 V2 10 I 8 40 1SS 1" 2q 8 10 10 00 3 10 1 45 5 00 J$ 00 1100 ?4 20 8 40 IS 55 Sundjy. All cth- Lt.N. Jndson I.t. Pra 6 00 Ar. Richmond 9 06 IDatly except Sunday. r traiaaaauy. For rate3 or information regarding oca nsatlona, Inquire ef j. .. i j v t. J .T A. " xilohmon. W. 3. OitMWAT. a. P. A. f - i6,1; O ray ton and Western Cars leave for Dayton via Eaton and West Alexandria as follows: fi:00 a. in. 7:45 a. m. and 45 minutes after every hour until 7:45 p. m. 0:00 p. m. last car to Dr-ytn, stopping only at Driving Park, New Vstvllle, New Hope, Eaton, West Alexandria and points east. 9:15 p. m. to Katon and West Alexandria only. 11:00 p. in. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. Passenger, freight and express station on Eighth street south of Main, Home phone 25C. Iiate from Richmond to Dayton 70 O W $i 25 R. T. Trov $1 05 O W 1 90 It. T. Plqua 1 20 O W :.. 2 15 R. T. Kprlngfleld ... I 15 O W 2 00 R. T. Columbus 1 H5 O W S 85 R. T. Connections at Dayton with through cars for Trov, Plqua, Greenville. Xenia, Spring field nnd Columbus, every hour. llfiggage cars leave Richmond 6:00, 8:45, 10:13 a. m., 1:45, 3:45, :5. 9:ft0 p. m. Subject to change without notice.. Commencing Thuni iy f.th,190t following time table will ifTecton Dayton A Western Iractlon Compan New Paris line: Hourly service as follows: First car leaves New Westvllla 6:10 a. m., arrives New Paris 6:20 a. m. First car leaves New Paris 6:20 a. m., ar rives New Westvllle 6:45 a. m. Last car leaves New WestTllla :10p. m., arrives New Paris 6:20 p. m. Last car leaves New Parli f:30 p.m., ar rives New Westvllle 6:45 p. m. Theatre parties willbe taken care of upon request. TRAiNS 9 Every Week Day 6s5 TWO ON SUNDAY TO Scsde, ianea, fens tnd Northern Indiana cities vis. CZ C L Leave Richmond 10:50 a, m. 5:50 p. m. Through tickets sold to all points. For particulars enquire of 0. A. Blais. C. P. A, HmieTeL44 I 1904 $150,000 FOR. Athletic ILvents in the Great Arena at the Exposition iXvijOOo or THE SIT. a .JI TSV hf4. tM atmeriaDji s p1 snows Lmzs Christm New Years' Holiday Rales. via C.G. & L. R. R. 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, ami Jan. 1, return limit, Jan. 4. Fox teachers and students attending Earlham College, return limit not later January 11th. Round trip to Cincinnati $2 60 Hamilton 1 fiO 44 Collego Corner 90 Oxford 1 1 . Liberty V5 " Connersville 1 l'J " Rush vi lie 1 50 Trains leave :5 a. m. and 5:40 p. m. Round trip to Williamsburg 50 " Economy 70 " M uncle 160 Marlon wo " Peru 8 93 Trains leave 10:50 a. m. and 5:50 p. m. For further information call up C. A. BLAIR, Home Tel. 4A. City Ticket Agt Ordinary household accidents have o terrors when there's a pottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the meJ cine chest. Heals burns, cuts, bruis es, sprains. Tristan t relief. "Itchinjr hemorrhoids were the plague tf my life. Was almost wild. Doan's Ointment cured me quickly and permanently, after ice tor had Stop at the if. Oaths A Hotel Combined 8 floors. Fin a new rooms. Meals a-la-Carta at all hoars. , ' BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turkish. Russian, Shower. Plunge, etc. Th finest Bwitamine pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lwdfing. 91.00. Most inexpensive first data ktl la Chicaeo. Bicht in the ViMt tit i9. ftcekUt ea app4V-rtoih ON MAIN STREET. "OTiat Tkis Qesident Sayi is of Infi ait Value. When old-time residents and high ly respected people of Richmond make statements like 'the following, they must carry oonvictioa to every reader. Mr. Geo. Fox 628 Main etret, ays: "When in A. G. Luken's drug store I heard Doan's Kidney Pill highly peken of and I' procured ft kox for my sister who was Buffering from w&sit the doctors called, lambs go but which failed to yield t their treatment. I had her take Doan's Kidney Pills and although nothing else had done her any good they helped her immediately." After fin ishing the treatment she remarked how much better she felt." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole gents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Brutally 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. One way Colonist Rates $38.05 o, all points in California via C, C. o November 30th 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 rour foreparents back, perhaps far eyond the origin of jour family lame. Please enclose a stamp for eply when you write, for e work theap. Addres3 Samuel B. Iluddles on, Dublin, Ind. Impossible to foresee an accident. Xot impossible to be prepared for it. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Monarch over pain. o Bears tia i nature L The Kind You I'.ava Always Bought Rose Boscomb, Detroit: "I paid out all I could earn trying to' cure' the eruptions on my face. All bailed ex cept Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Now have rosy cheeks, skin soft and fair." 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. : ' Having taken yonr wonierfnl "Oascarets" for three Kj-juta and 0iu2 entirety cureU f .Vomach catarrh and dytipepsia. I tliiuk a wor"d of praise ia due to"Casearet8 for tholr wonderful composition. I have taken numerous otlier so-called remedies tut without avail and I find thst CascRrets relieve rju re in a day tiinn all the others 1 have taken would in a year." 5 j James .Mcliune, 1G8 Mercer St., Jersey City, N. J. 4$$ Best For fi LJy The5owe!s 65 C AH DV C ATttARTIC Pleasunt. Palatable. Potent. Tnste Good, Do Oood, Never Siekea, Weaken or Gripe, Ue, 25c, 50c. Never sold In bulk. The ftjuaioo t!)l ttamped C O C. Guaranteed to euro or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 593 TEH HiLUQX BOXES I Needed in Every Home 1 si 1 ways I I WEBSTER'S yNTEHNMWNALj DiCTIONAEY Up to Date WEBSTER'S - intednational Dictionary A Dlctlonarr of ENGLISH. Biography, Geography, Fiction, etc. The New and nlarged Hdition Contains -5.000 New Words New Gazetteer of the World with more than 25,000 titles, baaed on the latest census returns. Jtc. New Biographical Dictionary containing names of over 10,000 noteworthy persons, with nationality, occupation, date of reigns, date of birth, death, etc. 1 Kdited by W. T. H ARB 13, Ph.D., LL.D United States Commissioner of Uducationj New Plates c 2380 Quarto Pfff Rich Bindings 5000 Illustrations J "Wo also publish j Webster's Collegiate Dictionary wf t h C! lossary of Scottish Words and IMmiK". I 1 HH 1'ag-ei. J Mt Illustration.. Size TxlluS 6-8 u:c-li-.t. " First-ciitss in quality, eecond-clus.s in sire." ! LET US SEND YOU FREE "A Test In Pronunciation" which affords a pleasant ami instructive eveniiig's enier tainment. Illustrated pamphlet also free. G.6C.MERRIAM COMPANY, Puklishers, Springfield, li ae. VAST -MTDBE Indiana's Wealthiest Citizen Left An Estate of Ten Millions. 8URPRI8ED THE FAMILY JiLzae Ck&ey's Fortuae DTlop Tinea tkim Valaa At VTalcli . 1 Wm Caet4aved Tbm Qa-ia-Iw Gcune to Ixx Into PaoOatt'a Btsnjr Me "Was Fort Wyn, Ind., Jan. 4. It la learned on reliable authority that the estate of the late Judge James Cheney Is worth at least $10,000,000 instead of the two or. three millions first re ported. An investigation of the de cedent's Bafsty deposit box in New York by Judge Nelson of Logansport, his son-in-law, resulted, it is said in finding securities of which noiie of the family had any knowledge. A friend of the family said Wall street brokers told him the tat micht reach $14, eoe.000. Judge Chny wn on inti nat terms wita Jay Gaild atd Rms frcll Ca. INTSRE&TIN6 CONTENTION WIH Cacnpsny Have a Pay Ite.Ena- ploy a iozoRji Tlmtf Elkhart. Ifi4., Jam. 4. Tk day e tara tke Inaia&a National aak failed tha Calearo Teleaoae Eojply eeaa aay, aa laau&I, lta employ s with chocks on tJe hank. Tha treat Ma jority 41(5 not hare tiaa to preieat thsm before a oraea. Moay oaMr chants accepted the cheekii, axpaetinc the company to hoodr theia. Tiie coo pany did honor a few, but concluded It wan the employes' loss and refused to pay the rest. J. H. McLaughlin, a merchant, htld $1S worth, and sued the company." Justice Brumbaugh has returned judgment against the oora pany, holding that the employes and other holders had not lacked ' due dil igence," the failure comins bo soon after the issuance of the checks. The company appealed to the circuit court. It is claimed the outstanding checks affected by the decision aggregate nearly $5,CC0. School Gets a Backset. Muncie, Ind., Jan. 4. Palmer uni versity will te closed for the present, although the fund of $100,000 neces sary to secure the $100,000 of Francis Asbury Palmer of New York has been raised. This action wa3 taken a3 the litigation over the, will of the deceased millionaire in the New York courts, will prevent the university drawing interest on the endowment and the fund pledged, which money is neces sary for the support of the school. No date for reopening is mentioned. Wheat Is Damaged. Iadianapolls, Jan. 4. Wheat ha beea seriously daaaarad by the weath er ef the past tea days, according to CUte Statistieian B. F. Johnson. Dry, tree ting weather mean damage to the crop, and that kind, according to Wr. Johnson, has brought about the ruin of the acreage sown to the grain last fall. Farmers who are prone to easy discouragement assert the crop en tirely killed, but Mr. Johnson takes a more optimistic view of the situation. Scarlet Fever Prevalent. Indianapolis, Jan. 4. The. state hoard of health has received reports indicating that scarlet fever is preva lent in a mild form in different parts of the state. The reports show few deaths from the disease., In some lo calities the fever seams not to hare been recognized and ha been diag nosed as some other disease. From this fact the board considers this mild form dangerous. Too Many Explosions. Indianapolis, Jan. 4. State Factory Inspector McAbee reports thirteon boiler explosions as the year's recoru. As it is thought that these accidents occur ts the result of incompetent engineers, an effort will be made to have the next legislature enact a law compelling all stationary engineers to pass an examination and obtain a license. Drowned Himself In Well. Sullivan, Ind., Jan. 4. George Ma thls, sixty-five years old, drowned him self in a well near his farm, fourteen miles southeast of here. Mathis com mitted suicide in a fit of despondency caused by the continued sickness -of his wife, who ha seen an invalid for saveral years.. ir fiSr tiT tisr tic f.irS: sr t,ir t? nztji mmwu.fm wmm mmi swswsjst fmssw t2a "0 3 - I jt mh U. StM-iM Samhti t mth t rtf You can get the DAILY Pal ladium for 6 cents a week, and the WEEKLY Palladium for 1.00 a year. The Palladium contains a ree- ord of city and neighborhood news as complete as any other paper and is known for its freedom from anything that is unreliable. If you see it in the Palladium, you may know it is correct. DBOP A DOLLAR in our SLOT aod get the NEWS for 4 MONTHS in Daily, or one year in the Weekly, Note our combination offer below : Loat Children Found. Washlrgton, Ind., Jan. 4. Mrs. Wa Gibson has returned to this city with her two children, whom she regained In East St. Louis. Her husband kid naped the little boy and girl two months ago, and the mother had been searching for them ever since. An Interesting Meeting. Indianapolis, Jan. 4. Interest in the btalehouse centers in the approach ing sessions of the Congress of Indiana Industrial Associations. These will Begin tomorrow and will continue tra-usa Tharsdav. The Weekly one year for SJ.00. The Daily four months for $L0(X Either one of the above and the Woman's Home Companion, one year $1 The House Beautiful Educator-Journal American Boy American Farmer Cincinnati Weekly Gazette Toledo Blade Weekly Indianapolis Journal . ouths' Companion " Cosmopolitan and Twentieth Century Home " 2 Nw York Tribune Farmer " I 4 4 11 . 4W r a a a a a a 4W ... 2 60 75 75 50 00 35 25 50 75 00 35 ON Richmond, Ind. n'i Si 3'4 f 3' f '.