RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MOITDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
Trains Run by Central Standard Ttma ,
in Effect Sunday. Nov. 29. 1903.
JDRPT. ATt RIVE
Ohl and Ctn Expresa 4:15am 11 :10am
Ohi A Ctn Mall.... :40am 6:40pm
CJii and Ctn Kxp 10:loam 11 :00pm
Mneklnaw andOin Aoo 8:45pm 2 OOtjiu
Chi Vin Kip & Mali 4:00pm 9 80am
Northland Kx press 5:15am 10.50pm
I N DIANAPOLIS LIN K.
New York A St. L.ouls Mall.4:0tm 4 4om
St. Iioula Limited 4:45am 8:40pm
New York A St Louis Mall.. 10:15am 4:6opm
New York A St Jbouis Exp..i:2ipm w:m
N Y A St Louis Fast Mall .10:10pm tt:00m
Bedford A IndpU Aoo :o J0m :0trai
StLiNY Mail A Exp 7:20pm
OhlAClnMnll 7:0Jpm :20am
Richmond i uotjan Aco fl:45am 6:40pm
CM Fast Mall A ISxp 11:15am 4:06am
Cin A Lorunport Aoo . 6:00pm :48am
Oln A CM Night Exp 11 :15pm :66pm
DAYTON A XENIA LINE
Dayt,XenlaAColumbu ..9:55am 10:03am
Cols, Pitts A New York 9:55am 10:10am
Dayt, Xenla A Columbus.. lo:C2pm
Pitts, New York, Wash A .
Baltimore 4:66pm 1:20pm
Dayton A Xenla Aoo ..8:15am
St. Louis AN Y Limited 8:49pm 4:3fam
PIQUA. URBAN A A COLUMBUS LINE
Bt Louis ANY Mall 5:S5am 5:22am
Indianapolis A Oois Aco iO.-ioain
Pitts A East Mall A Exp 7:30pm 9:lopm
Indpls A Bradford Aco. .3:67pm 11:80am
GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RY.
JT. W., G. R. A Mack Ex 6:40am 8:40pm
Q. R. & Mackinaw 2:05pm 9:42am
Northland Express..... j 0 55pm 5:lqm
Sunday Accommodation 9:45pm
Dally. Alt other trains dally exoe
O. W. ELMER, Ticket Agent
T. F. MTRPIIY. Station Master
Ur-.yton and Western
Cars leave for Dayton via Eaton and West
Alexandria as follows:
6:00 a. m.
7:45 a. m. and 45 minutes after every hour
until 7:45 p. in.
9:00 p. m. last car to Dayton, stopping only
at Driving Park, New Westvllle, New Hope,
Eaton, West Alexandria and points east.
9:15 p.m. to Eaton and West Alexandria
11:00 p. m. to Eaton and West Alexandria
Passenger, freight and express station on
Eighth street, south of Main.
Home phone 269.
Rate from Richmond to
Dayton O O W S 1 25 R. T.
Troy $1 05 O W 1 90 R. T.
Plqua 1 20
I ) v z in n. A.
O W 2 00 R. T.
O W 8 85 R. T.
Springfield ... 1 15
Columbus .... 1 85
Connections at Davton with through cars
for Troy, Plqua, Greenville, Xenia, Spring
field and Columbus, every hour.
Baggage cars leave Richmond 6:00, 8:45,
10:45 a. ni., 1:45, 3:45, 6: 5, 8:00 p. m.
Subject to change without notice.
CnnHDcJrg'j)iiMi .. th,1903,
folk virg tin e tel le v ill r t. fleet on
Iovwn A W ettein 3 taction Compan
NewParis line: '
Hourly service as follows:
First car leaves New Westvllle 6:10 a. m.,
arrives New Paris 6:20 a. m.
First ear leaves New Paris 6:20 a. m., ar
rives New Westvllle 6:45 a. m.
Last car leaves New Westvllle 6:10 p. m.f
arrives New Paris 6:20 p. m.
Last car leaves NewParis 6:20 p.m., ar
rives New Westvllle 6:45 p. m.
Theatre parties will be taken care of upon
Effective April 27th, 1903.
EAST AND BOI'TH I
AM PM PM
No. 2. No. 4 No. 6
9 05 18 40 9 3S
945 4 80 9 15
10 08 4 4 922
10 17 R 00 82
10 42 6 20 10 00
11 20 8 00 10 65
AM PM PM
No. 1 No. 8 No. 5
8 30 18 80 7 30
10 50 6 50 9 35
Ar. Cottage Grove
Lt. Cincinnati .,
NORTH AND WERT.
Lt. P irn 6 00
Ar. Richmond.... 9 06
t Dally exoept Sunday.
8 40 (8 55
Sundty. All oth-
r trains aaiiy.
For rates or information regarding con
nections, Inquire of
j. i. .i.ut.J .T A" 1 Rlohmon.
W. B. Calloway. G. P. A. Indiana
Every Week Day
tfWO ON SUNDAY TO
Monde, Marion, Pern
ftrid Northern Indiana cities
C. C. & L
Week day 10:50 a, m., 5:50
Sunday 10:50 a. m., 9:35 p. m.
Through tickets aold to all
For particulars enquire oJ
C. A. Blair. 0. P. A,
Home Tel. 44
VJHEU HI CHICAGO
Stop at th
Bath & tlotol Combined
8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Carta
at all hours. .
y BATHS OF ALL KINDS,
TarMsh, Russian, Shower, Plunge, etc. Tha
finest swimmin? pool in the world. Turkish
Bath and Lodging, $1.00. Most inexpensive
first class hotel in Chicago. Right iu tho
heart r,t tlm ritv. Booklet on nntS.i;nn
Now northern Baths & Hotol
14 Quincy St. CHICAGO Near State
Richmond Street & Interurban Rail
Cars leave hourly for Centerville.
East Germantown, Cambridge Citv.
Dublin and Milton, from 5 a. m. to
11 p. m., returning1 same hours. Sun
same hours, except first car leaves at
Limited cars leave eighth and Main
street (by city cars transferring: at
west side barns) at 7:45 a. m., 11:45
a. m. and 3:45 p. m.
Limited cars leave Indianapolis for
Richmond same hours. These cars
stop only at Big Four crossing, Cam
bridge City, Dunreith, Knightstown
Local cars leave Richmond for In
lianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1,
3, 5 and 7 p. m.
C. A. Denman,
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
South of Main, West of Seventh.
12 First and south C, piano factory.
13 Second and south B.
14 Fourth and south D.
15 Fifth and south B.
16 Fifth and south H.
IS Seventh and south H.
South of Main, Between Seventh and
21 Eighth and Main.
23 Eighth and south E. ,
24 Seventh and south G.
25 Ninth and south A.
26 Tenth and south C.
27 Eleventh and Main.
28 Eleventh and south J.
South of Main, East of Eleventh.
31 Twelfth and south B.
32 Twelfth and south E.
34 Fourteenth and Main.
35 Fourteenth and south C.
36 Eleventh and south A.
37 Twentieth and Main.
North of Main, West of Tenth to
41 Third and Main, Robinson's shop
42 Third and North C.
43 City Building.
45 Gaar, Scott & Co.
46 No. 1 Hose House, N. Eighth.
47 Champion Roller Mills.
4S Tenth and North I.
West Richmond and Fairview.
5 West Third and Chestnut.
51 West Third and National Road.
52 West Third and Kinsey.
C3 West Third and Richmond Ave.
54 Earlham College.
55 State and Boyer.
56 Grant and Ridge.
57 Hunt and Maple.
58 Grant and Sheridan.
59 Bridge Ave., Paper Mill.
North of E, East of Tenth.
61 Railroad Shops.
62 Hutton's Coffin Factory.
63 Hoosier Drill Works.
64 Wayne Agricultural Works.
65 Richmond City Mill Works.
66 Westeott Carriage Works.
67 Thirteenth and North II.
Between Main and North D.f East of
7 Ninth and North A.
71 Eleventh and North B.
72 Fourteenth and North C.
73 No. 3 Hose House, East End.
74 Eighteenth and North C.
75 Twenty-second and North E.
1-2-1 Fire Out.
10-10-10 Natural Gas Off.
10 Natural Gas On.
3 12 Noon and 6 p. m.
rOR A ROUTE
:) OF THE
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and Don't Know it.
Ho- To Find Otit.
Fill a bottle c immon glass with yow
water and let it .nd twenty-four hours; s
sediment or set
tlin? indicates ar
non oi me tuu
neys; if it stain:
your linen it 1
evidence of kid
ney trouble : toe
frequent desire tr
pass it or pain ii
the back is alsc
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
Wliat to Io.
There is comfort in the knowledge sc
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every par
of the urinary passage. It corrects inabilitj
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity cf being compelled to go ofter.
during the day, and to get up many timer
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soor.
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
oest. Sold by druggists in 50c. ar.d$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle cf thk
and a book that tellsi
more about it. both sent
absolutely free by mail.
M.aaress ur. Mimer it Home of Bamp-Eoat
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous ofier in this paper
"My father had been a infferer from tick headache
for the laat twenty-five years and never found any
relief until he began taking your Caieareta. Since
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Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do Good,
Kever Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 25c, 50c. Never
sold in bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped G G C.
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Choice of Eoutes 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.
Anvone sending s sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
invention is probably patentable. Cornmunica
tionsstrictlyconfldentfal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest aaency for securingpatents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special not without charge, in the
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watch, etc , in soak, but it is a good
thing if you have your sbirt soaked
steamed and thoroughly cleaned by an
np-to-date Laundry. "
The Eldorado Steam Laundry
ivesevery piece individual attention.
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Phone 147. Kiclimond, Indiana
Taj a4 '
WAR ROT WJWTED
The Czar and IJ is Council
lors Conclude to Adopt
It Is Said Hm Materially Changed
th Warlik Policy of tlws
AdlTieM From th Far Ekist Today
Cmtain Kotlitxijc of an Alarm
London, Jan. 18. The Times' Tokio
correspondent says that in recent
speeches by publicists the claim was
made that Japan is fighting for Anglo
Saxon ideals in Asia Instead of mili
tary despotism and that several Tokio
journals rejoice that "America is now
In the same camp with Japan."
The Russian correspondents of the
Times hear that a special council pre
sided over by the Ctear arrived at the
conclusion that war should be averted.
The inference, they say, is that the
speech of Premier Balfour at Man
chester Jan. 11, in which he said: "No
one can contemplate hostilities be
tween two great civilized countries
without feellags of misgiving and of
depression," declaring that Great Brit
ain would carry out to the fullest ex
tent all her treaty obligations, greatly
influences this decision.
It is reported that as a result of this
conclusion Russia intends to open
ports in Manchuria, withdraw her pre
tensions to Korea and possibly not re
tain Port Arthur as a military strong
hold. SITUATION IN JAPAN
The People Calmly Awaiting the Word
Tokio, Jan. 18. Japan does not an
ticipate Russia's rejoinder for at least
one week. In the meantime the nation
Is prepared and grimly reconciled to
war. Political and other distinctions
have disappeared and the country is
patriotically united. The government
is receiving many offers of contribu
tions in the event of war, amounting
to many millions of yen.
The Japanese people would welcome
an honorable peace, but are resolved
to fight before receding from their
position in Oriental affairs. They fear
the aggression of Russia and believe
if it is not stopped now it will never
be stopped. They are confident that
their demands are fair and moderate
and their diplomacy which has been
patient, has gone to a reasonable lim
it. They expect the world's sympathy
in the struggle and have a splendid
confidence In their army and navy. In
the event of reverse or a national dis
aster it is thought that England and
the United States would intervene to
preserve a balance of power in East
ern Asia. There is no fear of an in
vasion of Japan, a country which is
probably the most strongly defended
one in the world. The growth of Brit
ish and American sentiment is remark
ed. Numerous displays of the flags of
the two nations are made and popular
songs reciting the glories of the "Lion"
and "Uncle Sam" are sung. The char
acters of "Uncle Sara" and "Johnny
Bull" are also seen at public dances.
The activity of the United States in
the opening of the ports of Mukden
and Antung is keenly watched and in
some quarters it is hoped that this
may aid in solving the problem of in
The censorship prohibits the publi
cation of military movements.
RUSSIA CALMS DOWN
What the Czar Said Produced a Quiet
St. Petersburg, Jan. 18. Emperor
Nicholas' pacific utterances made dur
ing the new year's reception at the
winter palace in St. Petersburg Thurs
day last, together with the favorable
comments of the foreign pressure
which have been reproduced here have
created a splendid impression and
have also had a good effect in percep
tibly diminishing the war talk in army
and navy circles, which were quick
to take their cue from the assurances
coming from the throne. The newspa
pers which have been discussing the
far Eastern situation with consider
able freedom have grown almost si
lent, and what they do say is commen
datory of the Improved prospects of
Korea Given Notice.
Seoul, Jan. 18. M. Pavloff, the Rus
sian minister at Seoul, has notified the
Korean government that Korean
troops have crossed the Chinese boun
dary repeatedly and committed ex
cesses against the Inhabitants. Rus
sian customs officials on the extreme
northeastern border report similar oc
currences and assert that the Koreans
are burning villages and killing people.
Minister Pavloff warned the authori
ties that such proceedings will neces
sitate severe measures.
Franz Joseph Has Hopes.
Vienna, Jan. 18. During a general
presentation Emperor Francis Joseph
said to Ambassador Storer: "I think
tht affairs are going to be better in
the fo- !st. Kvcrytiiinc will be ar
Pictures For gSgTSE&i
v-mwiiP 4 Different Positions SJijV aud Main Streets.
"a- Don't wait for sunshine. ,
Marion vs. Richmond.
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FOR 10 DAYS ONLY TO CLEAN OUT GOODS WE DO NOT
WISH TO HOLD OVER.
Below we mention a few of the many good
values we are offering :
Children's Coats?, sizes 8 to
trimmed, former price, $3
Children's Zibeline Coats, all sizes,
former prices $6.50 to $7.00
Ladies' Walking Skirts, in
regular $6.50 quality .
Ladies' Walking Skirts, worth $3 to $3.50. .
Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear,
shirts and drawers, regular 50c quality . .
Outing Flannel, nice bright patterns, our 8c
quality, per yard
Ladies' Shoes. We are offering 200 pairs of odd size
ladies' shoes, former prices $I to $3 SC3c
Rubbers. We offer a lot of men's, ladies' and children's rub
bers, odd sizes, per pair, J5c, JOcand. . . . Sc
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for all diseases of the throat
and lungs. A doctor's medi
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A GREAT TROUBLE
with some coal even good looking coal
s that il won'fc burn, a prime requisite of
black; diamonds " that at all repay buying.
No such "fluke " possible here, because our
coal quality guarantee goes with every ton
leaving our yards.
J. K MENKE
162-164 Ft. Wayne Ave-
Home Plione 762
Bell Pli one 435
14 years, good quality, nicely
.50, sale price . . :
new bright goods,
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