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RICHMOND DxULY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904,
THREE EN NETT -a-Murray v mmm m m jggee and THEATR E Mauwger Friday, Jan. 8. Fisher & Ryley "offer the Greatest of 'em all With the Big New York Co. of xoo People Including R. ID. Graham Adelaide Manola' Greta Risley Philip H. Ryley Jas. Phillips Harriett Merritt Neal McCoy Thos. A. Kiernan Tlie Famous Sextette and Special Orchestra Prices Lower floor, $ 1.50 ; Balcony, $1 and 75c ; Gallery, 50c. Sale of sents opens at Nixon's Confection ery, S0t Main, Wednesday, Jan. fr. G FLORODORA ok1: .K.,fDS Fresh Pork and Bones SclUScl0 aH .1::.&wii make We do all our own killing. Always clean and pure. Pure Lard in any quantity at bottom prices. No Sausage wholesaled. taio84&359 .qohwegman's Meat Market We are expecting within the nicest line of ILBERT T. 627 and 629 No Guessing - An Ametropo meter ZZZ", T.-J. Cook, Oph. D.-gggSrg t 8. brumley Bills Distributed .1 Phone VI So. 17J.Cth HORK SU11UJTEED. BATES EBJSHBLS V - -MMMMWMWgMBMaiB . " " C. MHamnton "j )E:E -TXS -7 - iTTSFrEjncirsTT 8 TheNoFthuaestern mataalIifeIris,Co ffit- J. O BARBER, General Agent, BU"a,ei'&B'd8 Drs Petersons osTEOwm i c 35 S OUTH TENTH ST rH YOlUI AIMO PHIL BROOKENS WQOI3 " XO. 1530 MAIN STREET. W W i H B ELECT BOARDING " Mesda'es Smith k Conley Homo line Menu. . Rates Reasonable ?0 Eleventh St. BUY GrUKTSE. C. DICKINSON STlM AHUNH ION cfl Practical Gunsmith, 8 Ft.Wayncave F Made only by OLIVER C. Feed of all kinds always on hand. O. Gr. MTJKKATT, Lessee and Manager Monday, Jan. ii The Big Fun Crowd The Irish Pawnbrokers With tht Farce Comedy Star Triumvirate McCABE & MACK AND MA2IE TRUMBULL A Company of 30 PEOPLE Clean Farce, Catchy Muic, Pret' y Girls, Modest Dresses. Prices 75c and 50c ; Gallery 25c. Sale of Seat s oppns at Nixon's Confection ery, ao6 Main, Friday, Jan. 8. a few days Children's Go-Garts and Carriages We have ever carried. Besure and see the line before purchasing. DUNHAM, Main Street. MOORE of The River Roller Mills MILTON, IND. Flour (- : ' rauscincnb ! I : JLs.SjL "The Irish Pawnbrokers." Joe W. Spears' comedians, headed by the original comedians MeCabe & Mack and the dainty little come dienne Mazie Trumbull, will present the latest musical extravaganza enti tled "The Irish Pawnbrokers" at the Gennett on next Monday. The skit is constructed solely for .laughing purposes and abounds in ludicrous absurdities, songs, dances, concerted numbers, special scenery, and novel light effects are furnished to make it especially attractive. In addition to the large cast there is a chorus of pretty girls in fetching costumes, so that three hours o merriment is as sured the lovers of hilarious farce. "The Irish Panwnbrokers" are drawn from real life, the original be in'' a New Yorker on the east side of town by the name of Levi Murphy. "Florodora." 4 The records of "Florodora" has established in the past three years form an interesting resume of the popularity which the play has en joyed in this country. Here are a few facts concerning the number of weeks it has been presented in the principal cities. The original run in New York was 17 consecutive months, af ter which it returned for a special en gagement of 18 weeks. It has played in Boston for 14 weeks, Chicago for 1G, Philadelphia 18 Balti More, Washington, Cincin nati, Cleveland ,Pittsburg, Newark, Buffalo, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, New Orleans, Kansas City, Omaha, Denver, Milwaukee; St. Paul, Minne apolis, and Providence four weeks each and has just finished the eighth weeks in San Francisco. Inthe smaller eities of one and two night engage ments it has been seen from four to five ' times and it has been conserva tively estimated that no less than ten missions of people have listened to its tuneful strains. As to the number who have whistled "Tell Me, Pretty Maiden," the only accurate way that it could be arrived at would be to find some method by which that por tion of America's population who never learned to pucker their lips could be figured. Gennett tonight. Western League Standing. jP5Lj 1 Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Richmond 37 21 16 .568 Marion 34 19 15 .559 Mmicie ..35 17 13 . .4S Indianapolis .36 17 19 .472 Elwood ......36 17 19 .472 Anderson .....34 15 19 .441 Last Night's Scores. Marion, 6 ; Indianapolis, 3. Muncie, 7; Anderson, 5. Games Tonight. Marion at Elwood. Muncie at Anderson. r The Indianapolis team did its best last night to defeat Marion, but came out at the little end of the horn, the score being 6 to 3 in favor of Ma- Hast Come. As inevitable as the changing1 seasons of the year is the change which comes to every woman. And just as one anticipates the changes of other seasons it is wise to anticipate this change of season and pre pare for it. 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Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of 71 one cent stamps for the paper covers J boo!t. or 1 stamps for the cloth bound. Address r. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. GAME NEAR: 'DYING- From an Awful Skin Humour. Scratched Till Blood Ran. Wasted to Skeleton. CUnHD BYCUYICUIM One Application Soothed Him to Sleep. Cure Speedy and Permanent. " When my little boy was about three months old his head broke out with a rash, which was very Itchy and ran con siderable watery fluid. .We tried every thing we could, but he got worse all the time till it spread to his arms, legs, and then to his entire body, and he got so bad that he came near dying. The rash would itch so that he would scratch till the blood ran, and a thin yellowish stuff would be all over his pillow in the morn ing. I had to put mittens on his hands to keep him from tea ring his skin around his wrists. He got so weak and run down that he took fainting spells like we would think him dying. He was al most a skeleton and his little hands were thin like claws. "lie was bad about eight months when we tried Cuticura Remedies. I. had not laid him down in his cradle in the daytime for a long time. He had got so that he just slept in our arms all the time. I washed him with Cuticura Soap and put on one application of Cuticura Ointment and he was so soothed that I put him in the cradle. You don't know how glad I felt when he felt better. It took one box of Cuticura Ointment, pretty near one cake of Cuti cura Soap, and about half a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent, to cure. I think our little boy would have died only for the Cuticura Remedies, and I shall al ways remain a firm friend of them," Mrs. M. C. MAITLAND, Jasper, Ontario. No return in 14 years. Mrs. Maltland writes, under date of Feb. 24, 1903, that the cure is permanent. It affords me much pleasure to In form you that it is fourteen years since my boy was cured of the terrible skin disease from which he suffered. 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Fort Wayne .36 29 7 .S06 Terre Haute ..34 20 14 .5S8 Kokomo 29 15 14 .517 Lafayette 24 11 13, .45S Lafavette ..2 ' s21theirl2. .n- Danville 33 13 21 .3S2 Logansport ...33 7 2G .212 Last Night's Scores Ivokomo, 2; Logansport, 1. Terre Haute, 8; Danville, C. Games Tonight. Fort Wayne at Lafayette. Logansport at Terre Haute. Kokomo done up the "Wild Cats" bv a snore of 2 to 3. Logansport 's team played a pretty even game with the other fellows. Moran played half back for O'Hara. Score Kokomo, 2; Logansport, 1. Stops Barry, 23; Cashman, 30. Fouls Morn n, 2; Hays,' 1. Referee Kilgara. Attendance 700. Terre Haute and Danville had a good game at the latter place. Shut tleworth played in place of Suther land, who was crippled. Score Terre Haute, 8; Danville, 6. Stops Shuttleworth, 37; Harper, 34. Referee Caley. Attendance G50. . . Notes. Otis Spencer, second rush of the Elwood polo team, is seriously sick at his rooms in Elwood, having been unable to leave his bed since he was forced to quit play duuring the El-wood-Riehmond game Tuesday night. With Fitzgerald crippled and Spen cer ick, the Grays seem to be in bad shape to win tlieir remaining games this week, and in imminent danger of going to the bottom of the per cent, column. Hamilton, O., will be in a polo league next year. 'This is what some of the backers of the polo leagues in Indiana rre rumored to be contem plating just now. The Ohio Polo League will embody Dayton,Harnil ton, Cincinnati, Lima, Piqua and Spring field. It is- also rumored that the In diana men are after Lindenwald Park; According to their plans, if they mature, the theatre will be torn down and a much larger and very handsome building erected. In the summer it will be used by the man agement of thepark for shows, and in the winter as a polo rink. The combined attendance of the six polo games in the Western League New Year's day, was 12,400! The same number of games in the Central League drew 7,800. The biggest at tendance was 2,600 in this city at night, and the next was 2,400 at In dianapolis in the afternoon. The banner crowd of the Central League was 2,200 at Lafayette at night. The managers in the Central polo League have taken a fine stand against rowdy playing or rowdy per sonal conduct'on the part of players at any time or place. Danville re leased "Spot" Hadley and "Paddy" Moran unconditionally, and Daley with a chance for reinstatement,Pres ident Foor, of the league, who is one of the owners of the Danville fran chise, called for resignations at once. Danville will get along with utility men until new players arrive from the east. This dose of discipline, it is believed, will have a good effect throughout the league. The referees also have been given unequivocal in structions to enforce the rules against rough playing and to impose fines, which will not be remitted. In sev eral respeets rules are being violated to which the referee's attention has been called. Fort Wayne players are using metal rollers instead of paper ones on their skates. Some of the goal tenders are using wider guard pads than permitted5 by the rules. Seme players are using handle straps on their sticks longer than the rules permit, and by the use of which they are able to wrap the stick around a pl-yer. Political Announcements. COUNTY OFFICERS. REPRESENTATIVE. Dr. M. W. Yencer is a candidal for state representative, subject to the Renitblican 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. Conley is a candidate for county' recorder, subject to the de cision of the Republican nomination. King R. Williams is a candidate fcr recorder of Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Frank C. Mosbangh 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 county, subject to the Republican nomination. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Elwood Clark is a candidate for county commissioner in the western district, subject to the Republican nomination. John F. Dynes is a candidate for county commissioner, midd.e 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 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 tothe Republican nomi nation. Wilfred Jessnp is a candidate for prosecuting attorney of Wayne coun- fty, 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 OFFICERS. 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- The Cause of Many ' Sudden Deaths. Thers is a cisears prevailing in this country meet cancerous tcca'u'c zo dsccp- f4-rW t-ve- Many sudden elect r.s cro caused ty it h e ar t d incase, p::cumc:;ic, heart SL2 failure cr apoplexy j rue often the result of kidney cu.cc.se. Ii kidney trouble is al lowed to advence the 1 kicne y-poisoned tio4 vill attack the ,irw tyCi villi hvmis ui in; i-i- N. I , - .1. kidneys thcmsilvsi brcr-H down arid vaste iway cell ty col'. Bladder troulsW mt zZ?.-&fs -ocxll frcm dorantmant of '". V-.U-nsyz ar.d a cure is obtained quicVrr-t ty z. : iir trcaimcit of he kidneys. . if you are fsr.r. baciy you. mah no mW-i, ; '-al.in Dr. ICiimcr's .vr-""pRsit, t!vi grw.t kidr.cy, liver tr ill(lcr rcrosoy. It corrects inability to hold 'urine and scald pnin in p.iocl:- it, ?v.l ovrccmes that jnpieasar.t ncocc-,'::y tf I ccmpelled j ;-o often durinr the cav, r.sid to r-t up miny irncc curirr trie lit -"tit -slr.aordirary iTst c-f l.t ana the .Vaiiv-Kcet is son It Stn! '.A :rhfct fcr its ron- ierfui euros cf tno rr.'-r-t :.s'.-:zrtv.r zzt. Svamp-Root is p!cr.rnr.t to taks tr.d tcld :y all rugists in fu"ty-cnt cr.-i one-doSar ;ized bottles. You may nave a sample bcttle of this wonderful uw dis- i ihth$Jffi& eovery and a U ok that -2&y2 tells all abcut t, both rrr.B cf nwamp-rcoot. sent free ty mad. Addreo Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mentie reading this generous ofer in this paper. publican nomination. - C. H. Bulla is a candidate for as sessor of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomination, Josiah T. Elliott is a candidate for assessor of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomination. 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 or trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. John E. lloffitt is a candidate for township trustee of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomina tion. George E. McCoy is a candidate for trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. CITY OFFICERS. 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, subject to the Republi can nomination. CITY TREASURER. Charles A. Tennis is a candidate for city treasurer, subject to the Repub lican nomination. - C OUNCDLMAN. William W. Alexander is a candi date for councilman in the second ward, subject to the Republican nomination. Henry W. Deuker is a candidate for councilman from the second ward, subject to the Republican nomination. W. T. Earley is a candidate' for councilman from the third ward, sub ject to the Republican" nomination. Fred Haner is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward. 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 s to the Republican nomina tion. ' C. F. Walters is a candidate for re-election as councilman from the fifth ward, subject to the Republi can primary. O. A. Leftwich is a candidate for councilman from the fifth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Charles S. NeaFis a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. " Watt O'Neal is a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. James E. Harris is a candidate for Councilman from the Seventh Ward subject to the Republican nomination. Cxeorge W. Cotton is a candidate for councilman from the seventh ward, subject to the Republican nom i ation. E. G. McMahan is a candidate for Councilman from the seventh ward, subject to the Republican nomination. G I L I MS rm mm A, STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. A meeting of the share-holders in the Second 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 nine directors- to serve the ensuing year, and the trans action of any other business that may come before the meeting. John B. Dougan,. tf . ' President.