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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM,.- FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
THREE c THEATEE TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. Special Engagement CHARLES DALTON AND A COMPANY OF EXCEPTIONAL STRENGTH. IN Harriet Ford's Dramatization of A Gentlem?n1 France. Management FRANK L. HcRLEY A Wonderful Scenic Spectacle Filled ..With Interesting Situations . . . See the Great Fight On the STAIRWAY Presented Here in its Entirety as Produced at Wallaek's Theatre, ..New York Citj', For five Months. Prices Lower i'oor $1.00 and 75e. Poxes, JfJ.50. Balcony, To and 0c. Gallery, 25c ... . . . Sale of Seats opens at Nixon's Con fectionery, S2S Main, Saturday, January, 23d. ail kinds Fresh O . . We do all our own killing. Always clean and pure. Pure Iard in any quantity at bottom prices. No Sausage wholesaled. f!10Mf 359 -Schwegmans Meat Market We are expecting within The nicest line of T. 627 and 629 K 1 Mm0 mJk Jt&. & pj) Guessing - . An Am etropo meter The only one in Richmond, Is used by T. d. Cook. Oph. D. J. S. BRUMLEY Fhoae3'2 Xo. IU. CtL D 10 X. aE'TII ST. The Northcucstepn mutual bifelns.Co WtZZSZ: J- O BARBER, General Agent, JltM.' Drs Peterson 35 S OUTH TENTH ST PHIL BROOKENS XO. 1530 MAIN STREET. COAL ELECT BOARDING Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable BUY He raasi. AM AHfflffllHOH i Peerle Made only by OLIVER C. Feed of all kinds always on'band. ss O.G. Murray lessee ana Manager Saturday, January 23 Ma inee and Night WM. A. BRADY'S Greatest Success 'WAT DOWN EAST By LiOttielBlair Parker Elaborated by Jos. R. Grismer To be seen here exactly as presented in the larger cities A Pure Play of Pastoral Life Endorsed by Clergy and Laity Prices Matinee, children 'and pallery 2.-lC; adults foe. IJ ijjht, lower tloor 11.00 and 75c; Balcony 7Sc and ate; gallery t'-.c Fale of seats opens at NlxonTs Confec tionery, &xi Main, Thursday, Jan. 21. Pork and Bones of all kinds. own make a few days H EN N ETT 2dTHEAl R E Children's Go-Carts and Carriages Wehave ever carried. Be sure and see the line before purchasing. -DUNHAMS Main Stre t. In fitting glasses 1002 Main, West cott Hotel Bldg. Bills Distributed WORK Gl'lliAJTEEO BATES EEiSJJlBlB OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS COAL WOOD - jMesda'es Smith & Conlej 30 N. Eleventh St. E. C. DICKINSON Practical Gunsmith, 8 Ft.Wayneave OUT MOOREIof The River Roller Milh C3 MILTON, IND. -i- JL jlmusements "Way Down East." "With an eiitire new scenic produc tion and with a capable cast, "Way Down East" will be seen at the Gen nett Saturday matinee and night. The popularity of this wane. Local managers consider it a preferred booking and clamor to get it on their list of attractions. Ac knowledging the merit of the play, there are other factors that have as much to do with its suceess. Fore most is the fact that Manager Brady has kept the cast up to its original standard of excellence. Every year he has given the play an entirely new scenic setting and in every Avay ha? given the play the same care and at tention that he would a new produc tion. That these things count m the long run, is evidenced by the contiu ued success of the play. "A Gentleman of France." Mr. Charles Dalton, who is starring this season in "A Gentleman of France," under the management of Frank L. Perley, which is the attr v tion at the Gennett next Tuesday night relates a story at his own ex pense in connection with his engage ment some years ago with Sir Henry Irving. Mr. Dalton says that the play was Hamlet, anl Sir Henry cast him for "Osvic." Mr. Dalton said: lil thought I would be an ideal "Laertes." Irving didn't. I ven tured to suggest that he was wrong. Irving looked me up and down he had known me since I was in frocks and then in his quiet way said: "My boy, you lack the chief attribute of youth modestv. All young actors want to play good parts. I was a fool once myself. "The Silver Slipper." A special scale of prices will be made for John C. Fisher's stupen dous production of "The Silver Slip per," which will be duly announced in ample time. This production will in every way prove probably the lar gest theatrical attraction ever devised to travel and give a complete produc tion the same as though it was located for a season's run. "Si Plunkard.," "Si Plunkard" and his company of funny comedians will be in this city next Wednesday. Remember the date and secure your seats early. In the show window of Cash Beall's store on Main street, there is on ex hibition a fine picture of a concrete bridge. This picture was sent to Mr. Beall by the Portland Cement Co., and is the kind of bridge that is needed in the south end. A cement bridge is what the south side has been fighting for for a long time, as it is the most lasting, cheap, though not the cheapest, and in every way exact ly suited for hard and continuous usage. Mr. Beall stated this morning that the whole south end would use its influence to procure such a bridge since by all tests it is the best. The question of the bridge is stirring up the south end greatly and if all the residents fight for a fine cement one, it will not be hard to g3t. A women's Prsger It is notable that in the despondency caused by womanly diseases, there seems to many a suffering woman no way of escape from pain except at the price of life itself. It would be sad to record such a story of struggle and suffering ex cept tor the lact that in such dire distress many a woman has found a way back to health and happiness by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription. The one and only remedy for leucorrhea, female weak ness, prolapsus, or falling of the womb, so abso lutely specific and sure in curing these common ailments of women, as to war rant its makers in offering to pay, as they hereby do, the sum of $ 500 reward for a case of the above maladies which they cannot cure. "Your medicine almost raised tne from the dead," writes Mrs. Rdwin H. Gardner, of Egypt, Plymouth Co., Mass,, Box 14. 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Guaranteed to eure or your money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 600 ANNUAL SALE, TEI1 MILLION BOXES PLAYS AND PLAYERS. I2d Ilarrijrnn is to yo out again with "Old I.aveiu3'i" John ('. Rico has resign fd from "An English Daisy" company, nnd his place will bi taken !5y I'red LtMiiux. "Dim, the lluttnn Man's." new thea ter on East Eighty-sixth street. New York, is to be known as the Yorkville. Liebler & Co. are to erect a hand some new theater at the corner of Sixty-second street and Ilroadway, the Grand circle. New York. George II. Brennan is to arrange for Sigurd Ibsen, son of the famous dram atist, to visit America next season and give a course of lectures on the Ibsen plays. A story comes from London to the ef fect that Gustave Luders has written the music and Frank IMxley the libret to of a musical comedy soon to be pro duced in the, United States. Weedon Grossinitb is under contract with Charles Frohman and will make his next London appearance at the Cri terion, when he will play the leading role in Captain Marshall's latest com edy, just completed, but not yet named. EDITORIAL FLING 3. If cotton keeps on advancing we will soon hear the careful shoppc. ...;k, "Do you guarantee that this is everj thread cotton?" Atlanta Constitution. Guatemala is preparing for annexa tion to the United States. Guatemala will please be seated and look over the funny papers until Uncle Sam shouts. "Next gent." Exchange. The Mexicans are studying the Eng lish language and trying to forget Span ish. English will eventually become so popular that New Yorkers will proba bly speak it. Washington Times. Mrs. Nation says she Is no actress, but she has enough pugnacity in her makeup to warrant an ambition to share foot':ght honors with" Mr. Cor bott and Mr. Fitzsimmons. Washing ton Star. The taking of a religious census in Boston is a matter of much labor. In Washington it would only be necessary to copy the City Directory and omit the names of congressmen and other officeholders. Washington Post. HORSES AND HORSEMEN. Lucie May, 2:22, has a new home In Montana. Cuprum was raced this past season under the name of Selesh. Dick Wilson is wintering as usual at the Ilushville (Ind.) track. The black weanling filly, full sister to Direct Hal, 2:04, is dead. Alex McKey is wintering his horses at the Columbia (S. C.) track. Harry Benedict will be Scott Hud son's assistant trainer next year. Ozanam, 2:08, winner of the 1902 Transylvania, will be raced next year. Kinney Lou, 2:07-;i, will make a short season in the stud in California in 1904. Scott Hudson gave records of 2:10 or faster to eleven trotters and pacers this year. "I can't be a Christian and drive a balky horse. I tried it years ago," said an old farmer. xTM '-jt- it heart disease pneumonia, hear 1 i'fcS ft IX iIure or apoplexj 1 t I r v a k x. . i - m iLiii 7fSy Best For ugr The Dowels j t '"w CAN OV CATHARTIC COUNTYOFFICES STATE SENATOR. Eoscoe E. Kirkman is a candidate for senator from Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nomination. REPRESENTATIVE. Dr. M. W. Yencer is a candidaU for state representative, subject to the Republican nomination. Walter S. Ratliff is a candidate for representative from Wayne county, subject to the Rep-iblican nomina tion. JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. Richard N. Elliott is a candidate for joint representative in the legis lature from the counties of Fayette and Wayne, subject to the Republi can nomination. . 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 cr recorder of Wayne county, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Frank C. Mosbaugh is a candidate for county recorder, subject to the tiepubliean 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. Alvis M. Nicholson, of Clay town ship, is a candidatefor Recorder of Wayne County, subject to the Repub lican nomination. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Elwood Clark is a candidate foi county commissioner in the western listrict, subject to the Republican nomination. John F. Dynes is a candidate for county commissioner, middle 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 unty, subject to the Republican nomination. SHERIix. Richard S. Smith is a candidate for sheriff of Wayne county, subject to the Republican nomination. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. T. Paul Comstock is a candidate for prosecuting attorney of Wayne coun ty, subject to the Republican nomi nation. Wilfred Jessup is a candidate for prosecuting attorney of Wayne coun ty, subject to the Republican nomi nation. CORONER. Dr. S. C. Markley is a candidate for coroner of Wayne county, sub ject to the Repubiicaii nomination. TOWNS'IP OFFICES 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 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 THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating QUESTION the men. Not bothering us much, however. Whether they decide on shirts or shirtwaists, we will do the launder ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUN DRY is the only place in the city where such work is done in an absolutely perfect manner. 'Phones 151. Carpents Cleaned by a New Process. Monncemsnts. assessor of Wayne township, subject to the Republican nomination. J ohn M. Winslow is a candidate for assessor of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE. Charles E. Potter is a candidate for trustee of Way-ie township, sub ject to the decision of the Repubiicaii nomination. John W. Tingle will be a candidate or trustee of Wayne township, sub ject to the Republican nomination. John E. Moffitt 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-CF ICES 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. COUNCILMAN. 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. Edgar Norris is a candidate for councilman from the third ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. j. H. H. Englebert is a candidate for councilman from th third ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. J Fred Haner is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward, subject to the Republican nomina tion. 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 to the Republican nomina tion. Richard M. Whitman is a candidate for councilman from the fourth ward, subject to the Republican nomination. 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. Neal is 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. ' Samuel Wolf is a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, subject to the Republican nomina tion. W. J. Rhoads is a candidate for councilman from the sixth ward, sub ject to the Republican nomination. Alonzo H. Crowell is a candidate for councilman from the seventh ward, south side, subject to the Re publican nomination. James E. Harris is a candidate for Councilman from the Seventh Ward subject to the Republican nomination. George W. Cotton is a candidate for councilmjm 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. I A HARD WINTER is easily averted by going to Jacksonville, Fla., St. Au&ustine, Palm Beach. Asheville, N. C.,1 Havana, Cuba. opecial low rates via C3. di? 3Ls. "Tho New. Way.". Direct connection at Cincinnati with through sleeping cars. Ask agent for particulars. W. B. Calloway, G. P. A C. A. BLAIR, City Ticket Agt. Home Tel. 41