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1 The Overland Limited the f-?-.t electric-lighted daily train bet .vaen Chicago and California via th- C v.zxgo, Union Pacific & North Western Line, is the most luxurious trii.i in the world, leaving Chicago y-Mly 8:00 p. m. Less than three days en route. Buffet smoking cars, barber and bath, standard and private compartment sleeping cars, dining cars, observation and library car, Booklovers' Library and telephone. Two other fast trains leave Chicago daily for San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland at 10:30 p. m.ani 11-35 p m. with splendid equipment ot huff Jt smoking and library cars, free reclininsrcliair cars, Pullman drawing room and tourist sleeping cars and dir.ing cars (a la carte service). The Hest of Everything All agents sell tickets via this loute. For full information, time schedules, maps and book on California, write to or call on A.H.Waggensr ' Traveling Agt. 22 Fifth Ave. Chicago, Illinois C &N.W.Ry. NW148 Time Schedule C. C. & L Effective April 27th, 1903. RA8T AND SOUTH.; AM PM PM No. 2. No. 4. No. e L.T. R'e&raorxl.... 905 ; 1840 8S& Ar.Cottire Grove W3 4 80 9 15 " O allege Corn 'r 10 1 4 822 " Oxford 10 17 5 00 9 32 " Hamilton 10 42 5 20 10 00 " OmotUilAtl .... 1123 00 10 55 AM PM PM No. 1 So. 8 No. 5 8 SO IS SO 7 30 10 60 5 50 9 35 L,v. Cincinnati Ar. Rlohmond. NORTH NI) WJCrfT. AM PM AM PM 5 9 35 11 10 12 10 Vf 2-1 1 45 1 7 Lv. Htottmoad Ar. Muaoii.... " Jaflsboro . Marlon " Peru N. Jadson. flO 51 12 '2 5 1 25 IS 50 7 25 8 25 J 10 50 12 '25 1 25 ias 3 10 8 V) 3 10 10 00 500 IiV.N. Jadson 19 00 .-. fr. Pra 5 00 1100 f!20 Ar. Richmond 8 05 8 40 655 ' IDftily eroept Sunday. Sundiy. All otn r trains dally. For rates or tnior !c!on regarding con neatlons, Inquire o; r ) Riohmon. W B.f)AtLOWr, 4 A.T Indiana Dayton and Western Traction Co. Oars leave for Dayton via Eaton and West Alexandria as follows: :00a.ni. 7:45 a. m. and 45 minutes after every hour until 7:45 p. m. t:00 p. m. last car to rayton, stopping only at Driving Park, New Westville, New flope, Eaton, West Alexandria and points east. :15 p. m. to Eaton and West Alexandria only. 11:00 p. m. to Eaton and West Alexandria onlv. Passenger, freight and express station on Eighth street south of Main. Home phone 2t9. Kateroni Hichmond to Dayton 0 O W 1 25 R. T. Trov SI 5 1 1 w 1 w lv. i Piqua 1 20 Bpringfield ... 1 15 O W 2 15 R. T. O W 2 00 R. T. O W 3 35 R. T. Columbus 1 85 Connections at Dayton with through cars for Trov, Piqua, Greenville, Xenla, Spring field arid Columbus, every hour. Baggage cars leave Richmond 6:00, 8:4j, 10: 15 a. m., 1 : 15. 3: 15, 6: 15, 9:00 p. m. Hubjeci to change without notice. Commencing T 1 vt i ; c s th.l&O"', f ollowing time ta l ie v ill ' fTect on Dayton & Western lirctlcn Corapan New Paris line: Hourly service as follows: Klrst car leaves New Westville 6:10 a m., arrives New Paris 6:20 a. m. First car leaves ?"fw Paris C:20 a. m., ar rives New Westviii'-c: f.) u. m. Last car leaves New Westville 6:10 p. m., arrives New Paris ft:2i) p. m. I,ast car leaves New Paris 6:20 p. m., ar rives New Westville 6:15 p. m. Theatre parties will be taken care of upon request. Choice of Routes to Florida And the South. Passengers for Florida and the South via Pennsylvania Short Lines from Richmond may select any route from Cincinnati in purchasing tourist tickets Pennsylvania Short Lines trains from Richmond connect at that gateway with through trains for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, New Or leans and other Southern points. For particulars consult C. W. Elmer, tick et agent of Pennsylvania Lines. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con tinual" writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of 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. "Who was your grandfather of 1C00 ears agof We know how to trace our foreparents back, perhaps far leyond the origin of jour family laroe. Please enclose a stomp for eply when you write, for we work -iieap. Address Samuel B. Huddles on, Dublin, Ind. mej.tez&n- Pennsylvania Lines TIME TAOLE. Train Ran Dy Central standard Tlma la Ltieot Sunday. Nov. Z9. 1903. CINCINNATI JLiNK.: DKPTi ARRIVE Chi and Cln Express :15atu ll:liam Chl Jfe Cln Mail :40 ini 6:40pm Ohi and Cln Kto lu;t am ll:sptn ilaoklnftw amlCln Aoo S:45tm 2:00pm Olil A Cln Exp uaJi 4:0Oom :soam -Northland Express 5:15im 10.50pm ' INDiAlVAPOLlK LINE. "New York St. 1u'i Hall.:. 0 tm 4 45am Bt. Louis Limited 45 .t.- norm New York&StLoT2l',T, :o. -i.-im i:j,,m New York fe St Louis ri v,j. .1:2. pm 9;? 'im NYASt Louia Fast Mu .lo.ionm 9:Uam B'idford Indpla Aco o Oiiu 8:40pm StL.&N Y Mail& Exp 7:0pm CHICAGO LINE. Chl t Cln Mall 7;0 pm :20am Richmond & Loqan Aco 6:45am 6:40pm Chl Fast Mall fe Kzp .11:15am 4:05am Cin A Logan sport Aco 5:00pm . :4Mam Cln fc Chi NlRht Exp 11 :15pm 8:66pm DAYTON A XENIA LINE, Dayt, Xenla Col urabua ..v :55am 10:0Cam Cols, Pitts New York 8:55am 10:10am Dayt, Xenla A Columbus.. 10 C2pm Pitts, New York, Wash A Baltimore 4:56tm 1:20pm Iayton Xenla Aco 8: Sam St. Louis &N Y Limited 8:49ym 4:3 am PIQUA. URBAN A A COLUMBUS LINK St Louis ANY Mail 6:S5ara 5 22am Indianapolis & Cola Aco.... 10 :15am Pitts A Uast Mail A Exp 7:80pm 9:15pm Indpla A Bradford Aco 8:67pm ll:Gam GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RY. F. WM a. R. A Mack Ex 8:40am 8:40pm Q. R. v Mackinaw 2:05pm :42am iXorth!aad nixorasa. 10 &jyin 5 iqm Sunday Accommodation 8:45pm Dally. All other tralna daily exoe Sunday. C W. E LMSR, Ticket Agent j T. F. MCRPIIY. station Matter TRAINS Every Week Day TWO ON SUNDAY TO jkide, larieii, Pern and Northern Indiana cities via Lt Ci" rtJ am Leave RichinDiid 10:59 a, m., 5:50 p. m. Through ticket3 sold to all points. For particulars enquire o 0. A. Blajr. 0. P. A. . Hme Tel. 44 $150,000 FOR. Athletic Ervents in the Great Arena at the Exposition iCook at theMaojLc 9 OF THE SKUST LINES Christmas and New Years' Holiday Rates. m via G6 L. R. R. Ths C. C. & ,r have tuie 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. 21, 25, 31, and Jan. 1, return limit, Jan. ,4. Fo teachers and students attending Earlham College, return limit not later January 11th. Rouai trip to Cincinnati fiO . Hamilton 1 (0 " C'oltege Corner !0 " . Oxford 1 1 " Ijiberty 95 " Connersvilie 1 lo Rushville 1 50 Trains Ipave 9:5 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. R mud trip to Williamsburg 50 Economy 70 " M uncle 1 m " Marion 2 80 " ' I'eru 3 i5 Trains leave 10:50 a. m. and 5:50 p. m. For further information call up C. A. BLAIR, Home Tel. 44. City Ticket Agt WHEU IH CHICAGO Stop at tha Bathm A Hoiol Combined 8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-Ia-Carta at all hours. , BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turkish. Russian. Shower, Plunge, etc. Tha finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lodging, $1.00. Most inexpensive first Class hotel in Chicago. Right in the heart ot the city. Booklet on application. Now Northern Hatha & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CtllOAGO NearStatq 1 W 1904 f M h.4 The Use of Arm. Heart Trouble. Could Not Eat, Sleep or Walls. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Cured Entirely. "If it hadn't been for Dr. Miles Remedies I would not be here to write this letter. Two years ago last June I lose the use of ray left arm, could not ue it and could only move it with the help of my right hand. My hear! was so weak I could not sleep nights fof smothering spells. I was out of sorts ail over and could eat nothing. I grew so weak that I could not walk without staering Lke a drunken man and my home doctor said he could do nothing for me. I was in so much pain I was almost wild. I could not take morphine nor opium as they Eie me worse. So I got to thinking about Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Nerv ine and the more I thought about it the more 1 wanted to try them. I wrote to the Dr. Miles Medical Co. for ad vice which I followed to the letter. I can say today that I am triad I did as 1 am a well woman now; can work an 1 can walk two or three miles and not mind it. 1 can also use my arm again as well as ever. You do not know how thankful I am for those grand medicines Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and Nervine. 1 think Dr. Miles' Remedies are the best in the world, and if I should get sick again I should take the same course. The remedies also helped my daughter Vida so wonderfully that I should have written , you before to thank you, bat 1 wanted to be sure that the cure was permanent, which 1 now know to be the case." Mrs. Frank Looinis, Allen, Mich. All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addres Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind LAiLiWL "I write to let you know how I approctate your Cascarets. I Cijihmenced taking thttm last Novem ber and took two ten cent boxes and passed a tape worm 14 ft. long. Theu I commenced taking them again and Wednesday, April 4th, I passed another tape worm 28 ft. long and over a thousand small worms. Previous to my taking Cascarets I didn't know I had a tape-worm. 1 always bad a small appetite." Wm. F. Brown, 184 Franklin St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Best For The Bowels Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Tasto Good. DoOocd, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25e. 50c. Neret eold in bulk. The genuine tp.blet stamped G (J C. Guaranteed to cure or your money buck. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 594 AHHU&L SAIE, 7E?1 ALISON BOXES Webster Was Willing. When Daniel Webster's market man .had sued him for a long unpaid bill and got his money he was so scared at his temerity that he stopped calling at the door for orders. The godlike Dan iel asked him why one day. and the man confessed that he supposed Mr. Webster would never trade with liim again. 'Oh," said Webster, "sue me as often as you like, but for heaven's sake don't starve me." There was, never a time when the great man was not will ing to owe as much as anybody was willing to let him owe. Springfield Re publican. Conjugal Repartee. , Wife That's the third time you've stepped on my dress. I wish you were not so slow. Husband It's you that are slow. Wife Indeed, I am not. Husband Well, your train is behind. Washington Post. Getting? Even. Miss Passaye I trust you will con sider my criticisms, dear, as coming from a friend. Vera Perte Oh. I will. I look upon you as the oldest, the very oldest, friend I have. Brooklyn Life. . A Thin Spread. Kwater It's more or less true that, as the old saw has it, "Charity covers a multitude of sins." Hardhead But never if it's our char ity and other people's sins. Philadel phia Press. Cures Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer, Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free. If your blodd is impure, thin, dis eased, hot or full of humors if you have blood poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, scrofula, eczema, itching rising and lumps, scabby, pimply skin, bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism or any blood or skin disease, take Btani Blood Balm (B. B. B.) ac cording to directions. Soon all sores heal, aches and pains stop, the blood is mad pure and rich, leaving the skin free from every eruption, and giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin. At the same time, B. B. B. improves the digestion, cures dys pepsia, strengthens weak kidneys. Just the medicine for old people, as it gives them new, vigorous blood. Druggists, $1 per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and pecial free medical ad vice also sent in sealed letter. B. B. B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-seated cases of impure blood and skin disease, and cures after all else fails. I 1 HBier- S,.1 NtHiw CANDY CATHARTIC pftgr Tl Cheekerberrr, The leaves of the wintergrecn, a , small plant, whose bright red berries. about the size of peas, are sold on the streets under the name of teaberry, have long been used for tea, says the Philadelphia Press. From this it takes the name by which it is known in Pennsylvania. New Englanders, for some unknown reason, call it checker berry. The foliage is very aromatic, and people who like a dash of spiciness in their drink have sometimes added its flavor to real tea. It is near of kin and similar in taste to the creeping snowberry, a small, del icate vine abundant in the great bogs and mossy woods of the north and Al leghany regions, and : this is also ap proved by mountain palates as a sub stitute for tea. , Thoreau in "The Maine Woods" tells of -his Indian guide bringing it into camp one night and recommending it, as the best of all substitutes for tea. "It has a slight checkerberry flavor," he records, "and we both agreed that it was better than the black tea we had brought. We thought it a discovery and that it might be dried and sold in the shops." The "JleenlHter" Appetite. The minister of a kirk in a rather remote country parish in Scotland, with his ruling elder, went a long journey for the "catechising" of an old parish ioner. The walk was long and arduous, and when they arrived at their destina tion their appetites, to say the least, were somewhat "keen," and they did Justice to the meal which the old pa rishioner offered them. "Now, Janet" said the minister, when he and his companion had for awhile finished eat ing, "we will begin the serious busi ness. Do you remember the text for last Sunday?" "Aye. I mind it well," replied Janet. "It was about the mir acle of the loaves and the fishes." "And have you pondered the subject during the week, Janet?" continued the minister. " 'Deed have I, sir," said the woman, 'and I'm thinkin' the noo that if yon and the elder had been there they wadna' have taken up sae mony basketfuls." Children In Russia.. A long towel is used by Russian peas ant women to support their babies. These latter have no baby clothes, but are wrapped in a linen sheet, and the long towel, fastened in a knot behind the mother, passes from the shoulder under one arm and makes a sort of sling for the baby to lie in. Children in Russia are not generally allowed out in the severe weather of winter, but run about barefoot in summer. At night it is so warm in summer that the beds ate often pulled outside of the house altogether, and it is not an uncommon thing on the way home from some late amusement to come across a sleeping family of peasants. Richer families have balconies, on to which they also sometimes drag their'' beds on summer nights. . ON MAIN STREET. What This Resident Says is of Infi nite Value. When old-time residents and high ly respected people of Richmond make statements like the following, they must carry conviction to every reader. Mr. Geo. Fox G2S Main street, says: "When in A. G. Luken's drug store I heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly spoken of and I procured a box for my sister who was suffering from what the doctors called lumba go but which failed to yield to their treatment. I had her take 'Doan'e Kidney Pills and although nothing else had done ber any good thej' 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 agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. A Weird Incident. Some years ago the following strange incident took place in a west end club: There lay cn the table" in one of the rooms a list of members who had put down their names for an approaching house dinner. A workman on a ladder, who was putting the finishing touches to the decoration of the coiling, let fall a single tiny splash of red paint, which dropped on the first name on the list and obliterated it as if with the stroke of a pen. Some of the members wtu noticed this occurrence thought it a very bad omen; others, like Hamlet, de fied augury. But, curiously enough, the member whose name had thus been struck out was taken ill the next day and died in the club on the night before the dinner was to Lave taken place. Golden Penny. Valuable Shares. The shares of the New River corpora tion are the most valuable in the world, and only fractions of them usually come upon the market. For many years the shares were sold at 3 apiece, and indeed Charles I. reassigned his king's shares to the company in return for a perpetual annual payment of 500, which sum, under the style of the "king's clog,", is still paid. How bad a bargain that was is shown by the dividend for j-ears past having aver aged over 2,000 per share, while a few years ago one of the shares was sold for 122,000 by public auction. The ac tual face value of the shares is 100. I-ondon Standard. Pictures For 4 Different Positions 1 Saturday Night, Jan, 9. Elwood vs. nil ITT TO Snnarp 0 vtfpr fnrkpK jja nv LiXUUUU uijuuiv ujiJivi vmvuvu RICHMOND BUTTER CRACKERS MOTHER'S BREAD Buy these and get the best. Made only by the RICHMOND BAKING CO. ' I a p. I 8 li 8 jO ZJ-,l lit imttJmP Having secured some special good values From a manufacturer who was Desirous to clean up a lot of gents fine shirts at a price to make room, we offer for a few days only the entire lot of regular . . . . . .. . values All new, bright, clean and well-fitting guar anteed to be first class in every respect. All sizes from U 1-2 to 16. Eespectfully, To pay your little debts. We give you plenty of time to pay it back. Loans made on furniture, pianos, horses and wagons, I uggies and fixtures, etc. Nothing moved. Private and confidential. Information free. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. For satisfied customers mean others. We will eive one month to one year in which to pay oS your loan. We will make your payments due weekly, monthly, quarterly or as you de sire We also loan on salaiies to people holding good responsible positions, at a very low rate. If you have a loan with some other company and are rates or treatment, we will pay them off for vou and money besides. We loan any amount trom $5.00 uo. time is loug. Our payments are small. ' ' ,i,o The following is our new weekly payment plan, allowing ycu fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan : . 60 cents Is the weeKly payment on a $25 loan $1.20 is the weekly payment on a $ 50 loan 2. 40 Is the weekly payment on a $100 loan We also loan on diamonds and watches. Special low rates on large amounts. CALL ON US WHEN YOU NEED MONEY. RICHMOND LOAN CO. Established 1895. Room 8, Colonial Bldg, HOME PHONE44 5 . fis Crows cl Bridge Work. TSX CC10NIAL. Pills Keep them In the house. Take one when you feel bilious or dizzy. They act directly on the liver. J. C. AyerCo., Lowell, mm. Over "Western Union Tel egraph Office, Cor. Ninth and Main Htreeta. " f Don't Malt for sunshine. c l S3 Richmond. a at each. not satisfied with their advance you additional Our rates are low. Oar Dentist 3 Hawekotte.