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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM,'- FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
tour. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, ,.; AT 922 MAIN STREET. TELE PHONES t CENTRAL, UNION HOME ENTERED AT RICHMOND PQ8TOFFIOE AS BKCONP-CLA8S MATTER Daily delivered by carrier to any part of the city for six cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION BATS: DAILY Outside city, six months, In advance Outside city, one month, in advance Outside city, one year, in advance WEEKLY By mail one year, S1.00 in in -rrJ T3C" A TT at any time to get your paper from your carrier, you will con- ( lr X U Ur ALL, f er a favor by at once notifying the office by telephor James R. Hart. Editor. s. M. Rutherford. Business Managsr. John s. FitzgiDbons. City Editor. THE RIGHTS OF THE COLORED MAN. The Indianapolis Sentinel says : ' ' The . negroes of the South are ar-rannn"- to send a train load of members of their race to the Republican national convention for the purpose of making a protest against the "Lily "White" Republicans. They claim that they have been excluded from the party organization. They have a right to insist upon much from the Re publicans for they could not win an The colored people may be intending tp send a delegation to the Re publican national convention but it will ment in Mississippi by Gov. Yardeman from the public schools of that state, any education unless they pay the Disfranchised and ignorant negroes but such conditions will never produce the free, colored man aspires to. . ; . . i , , , . REDUCTION OF THE STATE DEBT. The best wav to iudre an individual or a party is to examine the rec ord made by such individual or party. keeps the balance on the right side of "nennv wise, pound foolish." The tliA mntter of CV VVUOlVUVUU - - the state debt was $7,436,615; during amnJstmti'nn it. has bppn reduced to A party with such a record deserves to be retained in power another eight years and there will not only be trpncmrv. There are onlv three states ana wifl soon be the fourth. As an it will win. The tax payers will be duee their taxes by an economical administration ot public aitairs. The Democratic rank and file is getting a bit puzzled as to just what is expected of it. In 1S92 the leaders told the rank and file to cheer Cleve land and Clevelandism, and it complied enthusiastically. Four years later the e very-day Democrat was asked to support Bryan and Bryanism, and damn Cleveland and Clevelandism, and he did so. Now, eight years later he is called upon to abandon Bryan and Bryanism and support a Wall street presidential candidate. It is all getting a bit confusing, and it will not be at all surprising if a good many thousand Democrats conclude this year to .join a party which is not being continually called upon to hold a joint debate with its own past. ... In a recent speech, Mr. Bryan said: "The Kansas City platform is sound in every plank, and the first act of the next Democratic convention should be to reaffirm it in its entirety, and the next act should be the addition of new planks in harmony with it and covering such new questions as demand consideration." The Kansas City platform was not very popular in 1900 as was shown by the overwhelming defeat of the very man who uttered these words. Maj. George W. Steele served appearances, may be returned next Congratulations. Mr. John IT. Oullom, Editor of the Garland, Texas, News, has written- a letter of congratulations to the man ufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy as follows: "Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and Ave would be very uneasy about him. "We began using Chamberalin's Cough Remedy in 1SS7, and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup, we have never been without it in the liouse since that time. "We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results. One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it. Another is that it is not dangerous, and there is no risk from giving an overdose. I congratulate yon upon the success of your remedy." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. IF Western League Standing. "Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Marion 43 24 19 .558 Richmond 44 23 21 .523 Anderson 42 21 21 .500 El wood 44 21 23 .477 Muncie .. 44 21 23 .477 Indianapolis ..43 .20 23 .465 Indianapolis played at Marion last night and lost. It was a struggle un til the last period, when Marion broke loose and filled the Indians' cage with goals. McGilvray got gay over a de cision and threatened to leave the floor, but he didn't. Score Marion, 7; Indianapolis, 2. Stops Burgess, 21; Bannon, 20. Foul3 Way (2), Murtaugh, Camer on, Warner. Referee Waller. At tendance 500. Anderson and Muncie plajed at the 21 SI advance. ..$1 50 .. 25 .. 8 00 p )LABEL election without their colored broth be to protest against their treat who wants to exclude the negro lie does not believe in giving them expenses themselves. may be the thing in Mississippi better citizenship and that is what The good business man is one who the ledger, and the same is never Republican party ot Indiana Has made reducing the state debt. In 1894 C) the last eight years of Republican $1,953,615. no debt, but a large surplus in the in the Union out of debt and Indi issue, in the next campaign in Indiana. glad to support the party that can re- eight terms in congress, and from all year. latter place last night. Some of the visiting team were mad sick by es caping sewer gas. In the second per iod Cusick and Wodtke came to blows and fell struggling to the floor. Moran fined each $S. The rndience shoAvered all kinds of coin over the rink floor, and Cusick had enough to pay his fine and have plenty left. Score Muncie, 11; Anderson, 5. Stops Cusick, 25; Mallory, GO. Fouls Farrell, Iliggins, Ilolderness. Ref eree Moran. Attendance 1,500. Mrs. Catherine Griffin, living with her daughter, Mrs. Crump, on north seventh street, had a cataract removed by Dr. Grosvenor yesterday. The revival that is in progress by the U. B. people in Rhoda temple continues as an evidence that God is not dead, but is manifesting himself in the salvation of souls and the quickening of saints. Central League Standing. Clubs. Played. W. L. Pet. Fort Wayne ..45 32 13 .711 Kokomo .37 20 17 .541 Torre Haute . .41 21 20 .512 Lafayette 34 17 17 .500 Danville 41 18 23 .439 Logansport ...42 12 30 .2S6 Danville took a game from Terre Haute last night in a fast and fur ious way. Pete Woods was rendered unconscious by a hit on the eye and nose. Tobin and Campbell got mixed up and the referee separted them be fore much, damage was done. Score Danville, 7: Terre Haute, 4 Stops Sutherland, 40; Harper, 40. Referee Caley. Attendance 700. Lafayette won from Fort Wayne in an exciting contest. . It was a good game throughout. Score Lafayette, 5; Fort Wayne, 4. Foul Gavitt. Stops Tibbitts 31; Sutton, 25. Referee Wolfe. At tendance 1,000. Logansport and Kokomo had an ex citing game last night at the former place. Score Logansport, 5 ; .Kokomo, .1. Stops Berry, 33; Cashman, 33. Fouls TWO KINDS OF ' CHILDREN Children that grow too fast and those that seem hardly to grow at all, both need Scott's Emulsion. ,J "j It gives that rich vital nourishment which is the secret of all healthy, growth. It rounds out the long limbs, and helps children to grow without using up all their strength in growing. Mothers ought to know more about the wonderful help which Scott's Emulsion would give their children. There is no secret about Scott's Emulsion. Nothing, is covered up by obscure references to "active princi ples " or " alkaloids." Scott's Emulsion is simply an emulsion of the best Nor wegian cod liver oil combined with the hypophosphites and glycerin. We'll send you a sample free upon request. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. Hayes, 3; Murphy, 2. Referee Kilgara. Attendance 1,000. The Kirk polo team has been or ganized and will go to Richmond Sat urday night to play the preliminary game with the Specials. T. J. Hil son has been chosen captain of the team. Muncie Times. Call Leader reporter this morning, Manager Sebern said "There is not a word of truth in the dispatch. As long as El wood supports a team so enthusiastically, there is not the slightest reason for wishing to remove to any other city. No such tntpment. as that made in the dis patch from Richmond was ever utter ed. As long as the Western league has polo Elwood will be represented The franchise and rink is now owned by an association, and it is not likely if I had the power, to say nothing of a disposition to move the team, that I would make such a statement. You may say from me that the whole story was presented by an irresponsible correspondent and manufactured out Ojl Avhole cloth." Xo one seriously considered the item for a minute, and Richmond will have as little credence on polo news as it has enjoyed before. : MfLiTfS Pennsylvania Railroad Syst tem Preparing For Outlay Of $70,000. New York, Jan. 21. Plans for im provements and alterations on the PeMnsylvania Railroad system be tween New York and Pittsburg, in volving an expenditure of nearly 70.000,000, have been approved by President Cassatt. "i his work is exiusive of the North in.l East Rivec tunnels and the New York terminal. It is the purpos-3 of the Penr.sylvi j. . .P i 1 1, ma management c jumr-iraciv mis road all of the way from Jersey City o Pittsburg, an I to have six tracks '. r a considerable portion of the dis ance. Line Will Be Shortened. Grades are to be reduced and curv es eliminated wherever possible, with the design of lessening the running time of both freight and passenger trains. The work of replacing old bridges with massive structures of stone and steel, which has been in progress for more than a year, will be continued. The cost of the new bridge over the Delaware River at Trenton will exceed $1,000,000, and the viaduct at Rockville, which is the largest stone viaduct in the world, will cost another million. This viaduct is seven-eights of a mile long and carries four tracks Heaviest Traffic in the World. About $10,000,000 is to be expend ed on the stretch of track between Altoona and Jittsburg. I his im provement will include track eleva tion through Pittsburg and the estab lishment of five new freight yards. Railroad men say that tne traffic on the 116 miles of line between Altoona and Pittsburg is heavier than on any similar length of railroad in the world. Many miles of new siding are to be constructed on this division. To ascertain what changes have been made as a result of several cut offs having been constructed and new straighter line built and how much the main line distances have been shortened, the Pennsylvania railroad company has instructed its engineer ing department to make new measure ments of all its lines east of Pitts burg and Erie. This report is also de signed to set forth the mileage of the various lines operated by the com pany and first, second, third and fourth trackage and sidings on the main line, and , sub-divisions. .' If the report of the engineering department shows that the main line mileage has been reduced as it undoubtedly will, conductors of passenger trains will be ordered to make the necessary chang es in the taking out transportation from the mileage books. It is knowi that the distance from Harrisburg to Pittsburg has been shortened several miles, at a cost of at" least $88,000,- 000. The distance between Altoona and Pittsburg has no doubt been shortened at least four miles. The measurements may also make a change in the mileage exacted on the New York division when the expen diture of $4,000,000 or $5,000,000 shall have perhaps made a cut of a mile in the distance between Phila delphia and New York. The Columbus-Chicago line via Bradford, Ma rion and, Logansport has also been straightened in places, and a small saving in distance, and amount of fares has been made. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 18S6. (Seal) A. N. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the the best. Born to Virgil and Zona Flatter, a daughter, first child. Garland Simpson, of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting his uncle, William J. Simp son, at this place. The funeral services of Mrs. J. C. Addleman were conducted by Rev. J. A. BroAvn, of Lynn, Ind., and were largely attended, she having been a resident of this place for a long time. E. E. Pyle had his publie sale present, but she is very low. J. C. Addleman will make his home with his son, F. E. Addleman, ; of Lynn, Ind. Jordan & Addleman is the name of our new implement firm. Any one needing anything in the implement or vehicle line will do well to call on them before purchasing. Miss Zella Jones entertained her friend, Miss Nora Townsend, Sunday. Tomorrow morning wc place on sale I lot of Ladies Good Heavy Winter Jackets at 49c each Just a lot of odds and ends we want to clean up bsfore we take stock next week All sizes from 32 to 42 chest. We advise an early visit to morrow morning in order to secure one of these unheard of Bargains. A! CA Lot New, this year's Style, Military trimmed Sfl JAfL4DJ all wcol Jackets, $10 Coats to go at. oCP AN O 1 Lotff Ladks' iackzts that soId for$5-co' $6C and 2 Ifl B ESI D ES iL003!5 ?ad!es).tha! "0l- 5. 0 S3-75 SHOE SECTION SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW. Ladies' warm lined Shoes, sold at $1.50. Sale price, pair . ;';98c Children's $J.OO and $1.25 heavy School Shoes. Sale price, pair. .... -3LSC Ladies' $ J .50 fur top Felt Romeos in black and red. Sale price, pair . . "79 c Children's $J. 00 fur top Romeos. Sale price, pair.......... 59c Open Until xo O'clock Saturday Night Out Tho SAILR0 Pi 11 Thursday, January 21, preparatory to ! moving to Jewell county, Kansas, which he intends to do about the mid dle of February. County Superintendent Jordan and family were in attendance at Mrs. J. C. Addleman 's funeral, she being Supt. Jordan's grandmother. Mrs. W. B. Barton, who has been confined to her home for some days with the gripp, is able to be about. Aunt Ellen Addleman is better at The mumps are still thriving. Chas. Radford is the next victim. Mrs. Addison woods, of Spartans burg, is sick at her father-in-law's, Joseph Woods. Quite a number of our citizens will put in telephones with the Hollands burg Telephone company. The Whitewater Dramatic company will give a play at Laurel hall, Sat urday, Jan. 30,entitled " Those Dread ful Twins." 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TLere were never such bargains 1 in trimmed bats as we ar. giving " If you want hats don't miss , this sale . . . . . . . . For Ten Days Only JVIrs K H Banket WESTCOTT HOTEL MILLINERY Tarlora. 1012 Main Street - - Richmond, Ind. phia centennial in 1S76 and at the Chicago fair. He is indorsed for ap pointment at St. Louis by Senator Beveridge. FOR SATURDAY. Strawberries, Tomatoes, Cucum bers, Radishes, Onions, Leaf and Head Lettuce, Spinach, Parsley, Fancy Cel ery, Turnips and Sweet Potatoes, Grape Fruit, Malaga Grapes, Banan as, Tangerines and Fine Eating Ap ples; Chickens and Turkeys. Don't forget the 23 cent orange sale Navel Oranges this week. Regular 40 cent size. Large, sweet and juicy. Your order will be appreciated. MEYER BROS. Island m., Jan. l4, 190L Messrs EJ Bros. :-I have used r i v,;i f-ii - VnTvt Holm in Tn XT tomilv T rT . i, , t , nine years and it has become my fam- , , , , T lly doctor for colds in the head. 1 J .. , , , Ti - use it ireeiy on my cniiaren. xi is a Godsend to children. Yours respectf ully, J. Kimball. Messrs. Eh' Bros. : I suffered greatly with catarrh and tried differ- 1 ,,. . , Mis Cora Willard, Albany, N. Y. I OpIe'S Exchange i ; STORAGE Ground floor, sixteentH and Main. Vern Smith. TOR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents a hundred and some thrown in ?OR SALE OR TRADE A good new 8-inch well boring machine and complete outfit for making water wells. Have made two wells a day with a machine like it. Must quit work on account of age. S. B. Huddleston, Dublin. 14-t LADIES 1 S3 ot Iltgli Rent District 19o STORE 0