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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 190.
iii ii, mi n l l mi I 'l " Mi J AXfcgetable Preparationfor As similating tticFoodandnegula ting the Stomachs and Bowels of ; II --mjon mi r Promotes Digeslion.Cheerfur ncssandRest.Ccntains neillicr Opium.Morpliine nor funeral. !y'OTARCOTIC. rtsyr efCklArS&iVELFiKIIZR Plattpkin St-rcL jilx.Sauut jtnise Seecl Jn?rmint -Bi CarfaxmiC'SuZa Clarified Say Ttiu&ryreen. t'lavgn Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrlioea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Stgnalure of NEW YORK. JJ -j lyr, . EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Uj fe-- -- For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tlie Signature of Ant ' 4 r J Use J For Over hirty Years m n la m g mm mm THK OCNTAUM COalMBY. NtW YORK CITY. A FINE . I-OT On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. Harness for show and harness for every day use may mean difference In quality In some makes here they ar Identical In strength and durabil ity. More style, ol course, In fancy driv lng harness; bnt all our harness Is made from good stock and every set maintains oar reputation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horss equipments at very moderate prices. Tlie Wiggins Co. CMICH-o-?P,-3 ENGLISH 'EBNYROYAi. PILLS iSAFG. Aiwaya reliable. Ladle. Dmrrlr tor CIUCUESTEll'S ENGLISH in ltfcl and bold metallic boxes, aealai with blue ribbon. Take other. BeniM Iafrorna ubatitmtioaa auad Imita tion. But of rour Draggiat. or aend 4c ia atampa for Particular. TeatlaaoBlaJs and " Relief f.r Ladlca," in altar, by r tnnlU.il. 1 0.OOO Teatimoniala. Soldo 11 Drncriats. (blah rater Chemical Cav HeattoB thia paper. Madia. 8un, 1'lHUa... I' A. l .or Every Woman lSinieresiea ana snoun mow alxnit the wonderlul MARVEL Whirling Sprey The new Taelnal STrinee. Jnjec- txonanti JSurnnn. liest lat est M ost Convenient. It CleaBHea laataullji. ask your drniHt for It. If he cannot snpi'ly the MAUV Kt,. ac-ent no otlier. but snd htamn for illustrated book wai-d. Iteives fall particulars and directions in valuable to ladies. MAKVKlil'O. Times Uldg., .Vcw York. m Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to attend to business during the day or sleep during the night. Itching piles horrible plague. Doan's Oint ment cures. Never fails. At any drug store, 50 cents. In all its etaes tuero should Lo clefciuinesa. Ely's Cretra IZzLn cleanses, eootbes and hoals the diseased mem raiie. It carea catairh atiI chivea away a cold in the heud auickly. Cream Calm is placed into the nostrils, spreads over the membrane and' is abscrfced. Belief is Im mediate !" ; a cv. re follows. It is net crying does not prod '( tntsiiig. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug gists 1 1 !iy m:t ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. jiXY BP.OTlIIOiS. 53 warren Strset, Isew York. al VH?rs.. 4 When doctors fail try Burdock Blood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, con stipation; invigorates the whole sys- It 's funny why women eat pies and pickles at midnight lunches and ex pect a fair complexion. No wonder the' have to take Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea to bring back the bloom of youth. 33 cents. A. G. Lu- "ten & Co. 4 .wi. ... r4 - 4 la 1 Ut & dr. not to Btrictur. heEvatisChemicalCo. I. a. A. JJ- A TJpe Big ti for unnatural (liHoharaes,intiariiniation. 1mtation or ulcerationt of mncouR membranes. Painless, and Dot astrin gent or poionons. Sold l-y IlrasraTtat. o.- sent in plain wrapper by express, prepaid, foi fl.OO. or 3 l.ofti'f) 2.75. Circular neat on reques One way Colonist Rates to the j vVest and Northwest via The C, C. j Sc L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, j c. For further information call on j 2. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home Thone 44. Given. Passengers for the South. Via Pennsylvania Short lines. Trains run solid from Richmond to Cincin nati, where passengers will be met by t ennsylvania representatives and as sisted on trains of connecting lines. Baggage may be checked through from starting point, and every facili ty will be extended for a convenient and comfortable trip if arranged for through C. W. Elmer, ticket agent of Pennsylvania lines. Night "Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night loner," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hard ly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 53 pomls." It's absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, Lagrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at A. G. Iiiiken's drug store. Brutally Tortured. A case came to light that for per istent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled. Joe Gol ibick 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 .ers 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. Lukcn & Co., druggist. lotel Rates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair official amphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex )osition of 1904, address E. A. Ford, 3eneral Passenger Agent Pennsylva-lia-Vandalia Lines, Pittsburg, Pa. Head aehes, black rings under the eyes, dizzy spells, tired feeling, bad taste in the mouth, sour stomach, ab solutely cured by Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. A. G. Lu ken & Co. I Takes . lha burns out; heals the wound; euros the pain. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, the 'household remedy tern. MOVED TOWN BODILY 1 And In the Row That Followed Many Were Shot. Guthrie, O. T Jan. 16. It trans pires that the Mountain Park men In jured In a battle between Mountain Park and Snyder citizens were: S. L. Garbough, shot In right side and arm, may die; William Humphrey, shot through both legs, may die; Theodore Coleman, shot in hand ; J. A. McLaren, shot in right leg; W. D. Neal, shot In legs. The list of Snyder men who were wounded has not been obtained. The battle occurred at a bridge across Dry Otter creek and resulted from an at tempt to move sixty-three buildings from Mountain Park to Snyder. Moun tain Park people thought that by de stroying the bridge they would stop the moving of the houses, and three attempts were made to wreck the bridge. When the news reached Sny der that another attempt was making, Constable Gilbert organized a posse. The sheriff has arrived at Snyder and i3 making many arrests. THE STATE OF TRADE Unquestionable Improvement Is Noted Dy Bradstreet's New Tork, Jan. 16. Bradstreet's weekly review of trade today says: Though not thoroughly opened yet ex cept at the Southwest, spring trade Is beginning to liven up and this, coupled with a large volume of clearance sales by retailers, give an appearance of activity to midwinter operations. The Industrial situation shows Improve ment, particularly in Iron and steel mill resumptions, and In the putting into blast of more coke furnaces. Little or no friction seems to attend numerous wage reductions scheduled for the current month, and though weather conditions are a bar to activ ity in outside work, an active spring is looked for in this line.' While war talk and weather conditions have op erated to raise prices of food products, the unquestionable improvement in the tone of trade is the mainspring of tha upward swing in prices. No Light on Tragedy. Allentown, Pa., Jan. 16. The trial of Mrs. Katherine Bechtel, charged with being an accessory after the fact to the murder of her daughter Mabel, jjjij v k i v v . - - y-rv-Tf.. Is still In progress, and a number of witnesses have been examined. No evidence has been elicited to throw light on the girl's death. Caught at the Crossing. Detroit, Mich., Jan. 16. An east-t bound Michigan line car carrying a heavy load of passengers hurrying home at the close of the day, was struck by a Grand Trunk passenger train last evening at Gratiot evenue and Dequindre street. More than thirty-four persons were injured. No one was killed though some of the injured may die. Must Comply With Ordinance. Chicago, Jan. 16. Orders have been issued by Commissioner Willir?.ms to close sir more churches fcr f.""ro to comply with the building criiuance. Seventeen more halls have been clos ed. Non-compliance with city ordinan ces is the reason assigned. Officers of Hod Carriers. Trenton, N. J., Jan. 16. The Inter national Union of Hod Carriers and Building Laborers at their convention elected these officers: President, Her man Lillian, Chicago; secretary and treasurer, J. A. Steemburgh, Waverly, N. Y. Uruguay's Civil Troubles. Monfevk'oo. Uruguay, Jan. 10,--Tt is reported that a serious battle has taken place between government trccp3 and insurgents, the latter los ing heavily. TERSE TELEGRAMS Ex-Got. Asa 3. BnahneU, of Ohio. i8 dead. All death records for pneumonia in New Tork were broken laat week. Arrangement ar. altnont comp eted for es tablishing a Beer coloney in Montana. A terrible storm n the Belgian eosst wrought much havoc both on land tnd aa. Penver has been go'eted ao the nest pi see of meeting of the Sitlonal Live ?tock atooitlon. It i staled that W. J. Bryi;t will become the editor f W. R. Hearst's new daily paper at 8t. Louis. John M. Robertson was hang-ad at Klrks Tllle, Mo., fer the murder of his father-in-law, George Conkle. Business failures ia the Unite 8tate for the week nurabor 80. asrainst J3 last week, 284 ia the like week of 1903. Three men were killed la a mine at Nou aee, Mich. The bottom of the cage dropped eat and they fell nearly 400. Kins Lnpo!d is one of the p-:ncipa: promot ers of a strenar Bs'.srian syndicate with a capital I f J2i.OOO.o00, formed to establish an arms fac- ' tory in .Tapnn. j Co!. Millsop, one of the mmt prominent cat- ; tierten or western lexas, was aaiiitiro;!. nfc Roby, Tex., by an unknown man, who 11 rod through a window and riddled hig body wiih feueksuot. rlilKiiii'ii t List, lily NAMT8 OF OWNERS DESCRIPTION OF LANDS CO .Eh o S on .o o o a. a o a s Bond, Geo. J Bowser, Allen A Boyd, Mary R Brown. J. 8 Camden Creamfand Cold S torage Co. . Carter, .Eliza Jane. Crawford, Loniaa . . Davis, A. E Dreier, Gerhard. Fox, John T ..... Gee. James W . . . IIusspv, Albert M Iinhoff, WllllLim. . ImhofT,Wm..Eunhe miafc AdnmBrlnlter Jones. Leota, M . . . . King, Arthur T. and Alary C King, Elijah Malone. Catherine. . Melle, Albert Metts, Chas.H Miller Henry No. 2. . Mills, David D., Re ceiver..... Morgan, Eliza Morgan, John C McBride, Mary E. ' " McLeay, John F .. Price, Benj. G . ... Ratliff, Joseph C Schroeder, Caroline andiAngust Shreeve, Rebecca . . . St. Clair, Henry..... Stelnbrink, Aman da A Toomey, Ellzab'h H Van Kirk, Wm. C ... 317 319 381 849 877 1008 28x121$ ft s Perry uuu n pt 2i )-loo ft. 108;S pt 17 17-1W It 1008 13t2 1127 1941 21f 219 2792 32.'0 M22U J2.-0 ptmdei39ft21n. 100 ft on 9th st pt s pt suu f ac il 12 ft n side s hi vac'nt alley n of 3221 iiio.nK i 3.522! 3525: 4171 4171113 2-8 ft 4239: 42oW: 4286! 4307; Perry addition' 436412 ft s side 437: 4W7: 4778:45 ft n side 4778!7ft s side 4S2:H. 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I" M a! o Et Car. i SoL 3 71 73 1 56 , 8.1 4i 2 89 1 04 1 66 52 10 C2 3 ? 1 25 2 91 83 52 9 88 4 73 1 4 8 46 49 i 2 67 36 1 84 3 71 12 13 22 81 15 24 i4 16 27 fe6 101 84 72 5 20 5 09 49 1 77! 7 231 4 68 5 81 52; 1 2i 1 Wjl2 84 83 10 81 201 2 31 841 3 79 78 2 SI 2 9i 8 4" 44 72:10742 5 72- 6 67 1 56j 1 82i 2 60! 5 67 8 64 3 84 4 78" 34 84 34 20 7 80 9 08 22 Qi 3121? 5 62 5 22 2t 72 94 8 16 ...... 52 5 12 42 2 97 180 01 4 81 8 9.. 8 00 4 76 82 34 6 55 10 42 12 81 20 88 4 70 10 49 2 11 2 53 20 i2 2 80 4 80 5 43 52 11 128 97 3 91 n ow 187 89 8 7t 3 70 2 47 2 m 37 19 28 16 04 2 42 42 74 18 21 3 6-4 15 70 12 94 8 71 5 94 4 9 7 71 153 84 S4 01 17 39 6 47 13 26 7 24 40 33 35 48 41 76 10 30 6 84 4 59 STATE OF INDIANA, WAYNE COUNTY, SS. City of Richmond, I, John F. Taggart, Clerk of the City of Richmond, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct list of the lands and town lots re turned delinquent by the Treasurer of said City for the non-payment of taxes and public improvements thereon for the year 1902, and former years, to which is added the current taxes and improvement assessments for the year 1903. JOHN F. TAG G ART, City, Clerk. STATE OF INDIANA, WAYNE COUNTY, SS. , City of Richmond, Notice is hereby given to all concerned that the whole of lands and town lots or as much as may be necessary to discharge the taxes, public improvements, penalties, interest and costs, which may be due from the owner at the time of the sale, will be sold at public auction at the Court House door in said County, on the second Monday in February, 1904, by the Treasurer of said City, unless said taxes, improvements, penalties, in terest and costs be paid before that time, and the same will be continued from day to day until the said tracts, lots and parts of lots shall ' have .been offered for sale. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m. each day. Witness my hand and the seal of said City this 16th day of January, 1904. (SEAL) , JOHN F TAGGART, City Clerk. . - - ! 1 - -, - 1 "" 111 in ii inn IU II, .. ., ,.. Illll I. . I J ...........1,... I I Said Wit f to Wisdom fcfM A full stomach I J f :4 1 Tnahes a light heart.93 1 i f : . Wm Said Wisdom w&k t&sJ-i "; x-'i 1 tern 4k irA' ;; ml . to Wit w! fflff II lio' " " nn ' ill 1 I SSLSDU - jjiy j izj Aiways good and ever growing better, j T td) : v 11 Sold only In air-tight, moisture-proof packages. fc. pgl l-?-'-? 'i.y'',-iT7aJ, ....a mj&ky jay m gM lu-auffTaii, in n,,. r.'PjV,,, .,..lmmn, .IUwtya .-jJ Imm a.H Wa,.f ga-ai. . V wmmmm.Jmm.J,ia-1.- ,a. a.aiviif. .la.anyaaai ,m a.i.m.,- W-.' ,.'... firi .... " , , f n eavnaDHawnaaMaawsBiaMBaaBHawBwaHaaaBnaaaaavaBiBBHaHat The little folks love Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Pleasant to take; perfectly harmless; positive cure for coughs, coldrf, bronchitis, asthma. f No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con iinuallp" writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles isintr 24 tumors. When al! failed IJucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains. Only 25c at A. G. & Co.'s drug store. Mnney Loaned rom 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Eet4 kgency, Main and seventh street. Who was your grandfather of lCt)0 'ears ago? We know how to trace 'our foreparents back, perhaps far jeyond the origin of our family lame. Please enclose a stump for eply when you write, for we work .heap. Address Samuel B. Iluddles on, Dublin, Ind. Jennie Is it true that Joe occu pies the first place in your heart f Sadie Not much, my dear, Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea first, last and all the time. 35 cents, tea or tab lets. A. G. Luken & Co. Working Night and Day. The busiest arid mightiest little thing that ever, was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, list lessness into energ3', brain-fag into mental pewer. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. r, it , i k t rtl ff t i t