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rJCIIIIOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEENE3DAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
TEHEE EN N ETT THEATRE O. G. Murray. Lessee. Manager THURSDAY, JAN. 11. Engagement of Blanche Hall In Carina Jordan's Romantic ;- Drama The LILY and the PRINCE Presented on an Elaborate , Scale with Magnificent Scenery, Brilliantly Beautiful Costumes, Correct Furni ture and Artistic Lighting Effects. Under the direction of Edward C. White. Prices for this engagement, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and box seats, $1.50. Seats mal be ordered by mail, tele phone or telegraph. Sale of Seats Opens at Nixon's Confectioner, S2S Main street, Tuesday, January 12. of":."8 Fresh . . udUbds We do all our own killing. Always clean and pure. Pure Lard in any quantity at bottom prices. No Sausage wholes lied. Phones 1084 & 359 qQllweg.man's eat Market VV& We are expecting within the nicest line of 1 ? J kWS"' all - GILBERT T. 627 and 629 .-.Jv "!" .'.X V' rJ Guessiog - An Am etropo meter The only one In Richmond, Is used by T.J. Cook. Oph. D. J. S. BRUMLEY Pbone3!2 So. Hi.Ctl D TheNofthuaester-n Milwaukee, J. O BARBER, General Agent Wisconsin Drs Peterson 35 S OUTH TENTH ST PHIL BROOKENS 0. 153 MAIN STREET. Q ELECT BOARDING Homo like Menu. Rates Reasonable BUY vtvw rassi 1108 And AHSIDNITIOH on jreeness Maaeolyby OLIVER C. Feed of all kinds always on hand. fEasrafl-jroa?.--- a m-p O. Q. MXJRItA."X", Lessee and Manager Monday, Jan. i x The EigFun Crowd 'The Irish Pawnbrokers "With the Farce Comedy Star Triumvirate llcCABE c HACK . AND ' BIAZIE TRUMBULL A Company of 30 PEOPLE Clean Farce, Catchy Music, Pret y Girls, Modest Dresses. Prices 75c and 50c ; Gallery 2oc. Sale of Seats opens at Nixon's Confection ery, 800 Main, Friday, Jan. 8. Pork and Bones of all kinds. a . . . rown make a few days Children's Go-Carts and Carriages Wehave ever carried. Be sure and see the line before purchasing. DUNHAH Main Stre In fitting glasses 1002 Main, West cott Hotel Bldg. Bills Distributed ffOKK GUAK1STEE9 BATES KEASIJI1BIB OQataalLnfelns.Co Room 6 'and 7 Kelly Bldg Richmond, ina. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS COAL WOOD 1EL. NO. 1638! Mesda'es Smith & Conley 30 N. Eleventh St. . .j E. C. DICKINSON Practical Gunsmith, 8 Ft .Wayne ave F lour MOORS'of The River Roller Mills MILTON.IND. rrny FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. Geo. B. Stetson's BIG DOUBLE SPECTACULAR Uacle Tom's Cabin Co. A $35,000 PRODUCTION! The Barnum of Them All! Under the Management of Mr. Kibble 65 Men "Women and Children 65 ..Orchestra of Fifteen Musicians... Traveling in a Special Train SCENIC INVESTITURE A POSITIVE REVELATION 20-Spectacular & Specialty Sensations 20 .Grand Chorus of Superb Excel-. . .lence! Kaleidoscope Visions of Historical Interest! '.The Stere optical Sensation The Men who Treed the Slave A Tribute to Lincoin, Grant, Sheridan, Sher man and Douglas. ' 20-Colored People Prom the s Cotton Belt 20 Sterling Dramatic Cast of Met ropolitan Artists EVE'S ASCENSION. The Grandest Street Parade Ev er Given. TWO BANDS. Popular Prices-10, 20, 30 and 50c. Matinee 10 and 25c Matinee 10 and 25c Sale of Seats at Nixon's Confection ery, S2S Main street, Wednesday. musements "The Lily and The Prince." Blanche Hall as Angela di Savelli in Edward C. White's admirable pro duction of the fouf-aet romantic drama, "The Lily and The Prince.' will be the offerimr at the Gennett tomorrow night. Miss Hall has orpa tpr onnortunitv to display nei tr -jrx marvelous emotional powers in tin successful rlav than she did in "Zaza" in which she succeeded Mrs Leslie Carter and in which she will be well remembered. Miss Hall is supported by a metropolitan com pany of well-known actors, which in clude such prominent names as Car rol Daly, Richard Thornton and Mary Stockwell. Stetson's Colossal Dramatic and Sce nic Production. Of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" comes to the Gennett on next Friday matinee and night. This production far sur passes that of last season in every particular and will be the best seen here. Special attention has been giv en to the staging of the piece, .' several scenic effects are said to be magnificent. The thrilling floating ice ' scene on the Ohio River, St. Clair's plantation with house and garden by moonlight and the cotton fields beyond, and the superb trans formation scene at the end of the lasl act are among the greatest. One of the largest organizations of white and colored artists ever gathered to gether in one combination has been engaged by, Mr. Leon W. Washburn" for this season, everyone of whom was selected for his or her adaptabil ity for the part assigned. A clever quartet pf colored singers adds ma terially to the program by a number of high class specialties. Col. Saw yer's prize pack of genuine Siberia bloodhounds, a lot of beautif Shetland ponies, trick donkey et?., are also with his great combina tion. The street parade has two bands of music, a number of gorgtous chariots, tableau wagons and little carriages, built at a large outlay of money, making this the finest free street pageant ever given by any similar company. Taken as a whole it is an entertainment that can be enjoyed by young and old,-and par ents should gratify children in their desire to witness what wil be to them a pleasure long to be remembered. "As You Like It." None of Shakespeare's plays have attained the popularity that has been attained by "As You Like It," its inimitable comedy, its repleteness of humor, and many bright sayings has made it the most quoted of all the works of the immortal Bard. Manager O. G. Murray of the Gen nett theatre now announces that he has succeeded in booking Ernest Shipman's big production of Shakes peare's "As You Like It," who will give one performance here 011 next Monday and a great treat is promised The company is headed by Miss Ca milla Reynolds as " Rosalind," n charming young lady that has Avon public approval as a Sbakesoearean QENN ETT THEAfR E M"wr J star in the last six years in such roles as Portia in "The Merchant of Ven ice," Desdemona in "Othello" and especially as Rosalind in "As You Like It" has she demonstrated her absolute right to head one of Mr. Shipnian's New York productions. The wonderful K flood scene in "Just Struck Town" which comes to the Phillips next Monday has been ! greatly improved tahis season and ike the destruction or tne mni, is more picturesque and exciting than ever. The company has been selected with the greatest care and includes artists of ability and originality, ine ast act of the play, shows a fctreet Fair in operation with its strong men, Fakirs, side show, Arabs, etc. Stetson's "Uncle Tom's caDin, . i V. 1 without destroying tne venerumu earmarks of this wonderfully at tractive dramatization of Harriet Beecher Stowe's great work, has ad ded much to the features introduced. The fun is now enlivened by the prahks of two Topsies and the hu- , . 1 3 1 l-rrm TVTriT-L'C nior strengtneneu uy twu - while more of the quaint pastimes of plantation life as it was "befo d nroTii-." in the wav ot cakewaiKs, buck and wing dancing, jubilee sing ino-. etc.. eive a more realistic glimpse of the latter days of slavery. This excellent company will be seen on next -Friday, matinee and night at the Gennett theater, when the same time-honored procession of Topsies, Marks. Uncle Tom and Little Eva will march right into the hearts 01 all despite-the fact that for over half a century the play has engaged the attention of many audienees, and, althon&rh some of the grandparents may be there with their grandchil dren, there will be no less heartiness in their applause than when, years ago, they first saw it. The Stetson company, its scenery, specialties and accessories will be found to be the best and the largest numerically in America. The visit of "The Lily and The Prince" to this city tomorro evening at me ueuueu vm, , no doubt, prove to be the leading theatrical event of the season. "The Lily and The Prince" is one of the most successful romantic dramas ever staged. It has enjoyed a phe nomenal business and artistie suc cess in the east and is conspicuous alike for the large and excellent com pany which plays it, as well as for the beauty of its production. 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Yencer, is a candidate for state representative, subject to the Republican 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 or 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 county, subject to the Republican nomination. jonn u. jxmg is a candidate ror recorder or. Wayne county, suDject :o the Republican nomination. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. . . - t Elwood Clark is a candidate for county commissioner in the western listrict, subject to the Republican nomination. John F. 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