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THE RICHMOND IMIXADITJM AJTD 5UN-TELEGHA31, SATUHDAY, APHTX 16, 101C
I1ESTL0M. PLAIinuniY FOURTH PLACE CIIIUESE (1I0TIUG OIIE CLUE IS FOlillD PIOIIEEB AVIATOR " BOOSIIIIG LESS0I1 FROM A ClillADIJiil Writes tQ Y. M. !?. C. Susgsst-4 ing a Plan of Campaicn for Organization. WITH GREAT FURY TO 8E A RUE OIIE HOW THKY STAND. it is Thought Trace of Ruf us T. E. Jones, Earlham Orator, Shows - Good at ' the "Peace" Contest I BASEBALL I mmm I i National Leeflv ' - Clubs. Won. Lest. Pet. dacinnatl.. .. .. .. ..2 "0 . 1.000 Boston 8 0 1.000 Pittsburg.. .... ..11 .500 Brooklyn 1 1 -500 St Louia . X X .500 Philadelphia .. .. .: ..X 1 .500 Chicago .. .. .. .. ..0 2 .000 New York .. ..' .. ..0 2 ' .000 Crist, Missing Man; Is Discovered. L M. Flesh Will Model. Local Remarkable Parisian Charac Concern After- the One ; . at Plqua, Ohio. - ter Dies' Recently at a ' , Ripe Old Age. WAS SEEN VAT' A 'GROCERY DECISION WAS CLOSE ONE , - " V u . .: f . ' ' ' ' ,BSSSSM ' " Reported" today Three . Mis sions' irr' Human Province Are Demolished. ..." REFUGEES BOARD A SHIP BUT IT IS FEARED BRITISH GUN BOATS SENT TO RE8CUE THEM WILL NOT ARRIVE IN TIME TO 1AVE LIVES. (American New Service) Hankow, China, April 16. Rioting at Chang-Sha, province of Hunan, . .l . 1 . , . where three missions; have been de- j A. j v position is precarious. Jas It is feared that the British gun boats dispatched to their aid will not arrive in time to be of material service, because of the shallowness of the river. Advices received here say that the draft of V iT. i. l7 tZn triv to the scene, is greater than the riv-1 er's depth at many points. 1 The local - authorities are helpless In the face of the rioters. The police protection has proved inadequate and the Chinese officials are reported to be utterly dismayed.. . . Whites Give Battle. . No confirmation of the report that the governor was. injured when his Yamen, ' in ' which -the foreigners had taken refuge, -was destroyed, has been received here. ; It is said, however, that the treasurer is acting in the governor's place. . . : ? The whites including the force of the British consulate and of the marl time' customs ' officers, who were driven to flee the. city for the haven of the' merchant vessel, have prepared the ship for 'a battle,- according to re ports reaching Jxere today.- It is not believed, however, that the fury of the mob would lead it to attack the larg er craft in light Mver ships. . Although general , reports say that there was no. fatality in the first disor- ue, me vaineae tuuonuei touay ue I gan a thorough search of the ruins of the Yamen for bodies. V " - " " - -News of the rioting , has . spread throughout the surrounding country, and the whole province of Hunan is agitated. Small '.: outbreaks, have al- re.ady occurred in villages near Chang Shi and1t 14 f eaVed' the trouble wilj Increase in gravity. , . ; ; ; 1 :Ts,cuetic hs ow. revived it; self into the ability of the British gunboats, dispatched .iron Shanghai icv reacn, cnang sna and to overawe the mobs. OEOIEJTII FDR E1 if Ve$t Plan o Hold Jollification Meeting For Event. Y NEV SCHOOL' BUILDING TK WIST SECTION or THE x" i-i -itTT i rtm CITY IS ALSO DESIRED AND PEO- ' tH KrV0W IS TH l ME '.I ir.--'' . " ' . .:T' ",; - Y. rvnes. vyt.;',. ' . - :. f rw iwr Vi? l I p.ii:wpreTefflw asso- elation , held fUac last , evening and dfed tohQW7aJanauet:oe oth- norm 01 joiuiieauon , meeting at the rT. . v- '""vr a. TM in TVWvhT?1l.Jl'm".b'e com yufc Paw 01 te n hose hose the west side was, directly due, to.he efforts of (u vu aqu0n wno wag- ed campaign for. better, fir protec- wy yv uvveiure wW were . :uT-Wlr.:rW:X0: iiil ' 2' f . The west aiders -believe that the TbTT " Pur Property in west Richmond for the location of a HQS HODS ' Wi1'00 Mro te iy survivor, U .to' escape the 'reign of price of lad advances any more.jieaa. ; rv V p viipip tne past lew years, it Is said. Htv fc. advance taniv a i,.. tlon fsYQTlng the purchase of lots has oeea prepacea ana wm tie presented I r, .' ehool hi.rrt .nnn it ..m that a new" school . huildimr will h needed on theVweet,. side. before IotbIT-'..-- V-r- - , ntK. .nratinn wiii Tvo Soon after thisf Clarke was transferr- thW board thafthe 'lota h nroh. before they, become too expensive. - The aaaoclation' hewtllv lnrtra- Wr nrllnnr . enntrollne tha cnatseq 07 cap anvers ana nacKmea on the west aide, which win come up ' for third reading at the meeting of the city council pext Monday night Tne ordinance fixing tne vehicle tax which will be introduced soon, is al so Jayored by the association. Aq endeayo? be made by mem bers of the association to establish a better system of tax - collecUon and especisllr the delinquent tax on .per- "" n "7' e mei n was -sons! property. It Is alleged" that the 8nised by his half-brother, Joe Mur- method employed at present is very unsf.tistactory. i'.i' T ; ESTATE TP SISTER. ' Miss Elisabeth L. Horney, tor severe 1 years . a teacher.' ', in. , tie public sctaols. who died on January 13,1 WVfa v uvr vrvvrj, uuw sereoo - al aid ml.' to her sister. Miss Martha ncrney. David L. Martin is named as nf'i)u fctn - . - " " - 4.1 . It Is believed that Rufus CrUt, the man who ' mysteriously -.. disappeared Thursday evening and for -whom the police ' and relatives 'of the man ' have been ' making a diligent search, has been located.. It is said that he was seen at-Br inker's grocery, at the .cor ner of South Seventh and C streets, this morninr and that section of the city is being scoured by the police this afternoon in the hopes of ascertaining his wbereabouts. - ;' - " r The man's absence has caused his relatives' Considerable apprehensloW It ha thought that he is mentally, unbal- 19 . , - uced. Crist Is employed by the city was seen running around the old' Se vastopol - school bouse at Northwest Fifth and School streets, early in the afternoon 'with: nothing- but 'his coat and a hat on. , He caused considerable excitement in lihat neighborhood and a Ptrolman was dispatched to fhplace. -mA rf,nT:.Al1 he. However .the man had disappeared be fore the arrival of the officer.' J 'It was thought that this man might have been Crist, but his description did not corre spond with that of the missing man. 00D STORY TOLD : BY OLD SOLDIER Forced Into the Confederate Army Against His Strong Protests. IS REPUDIATED BY UNION in IS VETERAN, JAMES CLARKE, DIED RECENTLY AT THE tN PIRMARY AT L0GAN8P0RT A ' HOM ELESS OUTCAST. Logansport. Ind., April . 16. James Clarke, better known as bad qarke, wb0 dIea at tne county infirmary this week, had served tour years in the civil war, but was Unable to get into the soldiers' home in- the north or those mainUined In the south for vet erans1 of 'the Confederate army. His history is one of the most unusual in the annals of the war. His ambition was to 'get into , the soldiers' home at Marlon; but his repeated efforts , were futile, and finally in despair he turned to th'e county-poor farm; and there he had been or three years, bemoaning the fate that made him a man without a' home, Vv-Y ' Clarke, at the outbreak of the civil S TSSrg&JSl majority or tnese peaaiers . uvea in Logansport, Marion, Anderson and otb er nearby Indiana cities. With wag ons and packs they traveled through out the south selling merchandise of all kinds. . 'v-'-: Pressed Into Confederate Service. The day war was declared thirteen of ia XvivH notrilor. wam In To Venn Miss. Excitement was high there jnag. Ejcciten and Clarke' anc as enthusiasUc different caui and his companions were as. the natives, only for .an Co - Th hflctllv nun, ned turn to Indiana to enlist and go to the front' But before they could leave tney were taken' intd custody, were pressed into the Confederate ranks and were compelled to fight tgm brothers and friends in the northern army. For two years they marched, fought and lived with the Confederates, ever watchful for a chance to escape. So far all had escaped death and injury, But during one batUe," when "the two llnw were only a fw hundred feet aoart, the little band of northerners plinned a dash for liberty. " At a 'giv- signal they, broke for the Yankee llines. But they had not gone very far before a hundred Confederate guns were turned " on ' them.H Twelve fell Saved from Impalement. A buriey sergeant was about to im PaJeim Jj? m. ZT' , "Z I r" v V, C! back to the line apd made him a8aln e ' up the ' fight ; against the ed to Andersonvllle prison; where : he! gatdjutx toi three months under v-apuun irs. wjmpenea to snoot at any 'prisoner whb stepped across the . " the front again; the company to 'which" he was assigned was captured in battle by the Union forces and the prisoners were sent to the northern prison near Detroit " Clarke protested that ne was a Yankee and had been tressed into service, 'but none would "believe his "t,orf- : However, on the third day of vji wa uu Kuara auty. Mur phy had heard of the fate of Clarke! and the bther , Irish peddlers.' and when he explained the circumstances Clarke was paroled and sent back to Logansport Several .years ago, he spent his spare time building a coffin. He was very enthusiasUc pver the project and was 1 oqrMQ in it J ; t 1 . Don't rr t mak nrel feoS vntera-vnv Ixm GoM XCeOaJ Flour. , BaLum, WHArPIQUA PAPER SAYS STATES THAT IT IS TO BE RE- RETTED THAT THE NEW CON CERN " " CANNOT : BE v LOCATED THERE GIRLS .SCARCE. ; ' ' ' A Plqua paper, commenting on the probability of 1 M. Flesh of that city locating a factory in Richmond says: It is ' announced in the ' Richmond, Ind., newspapers that L. -M. Flesh and his associates have decided to "locate a plant there for the manufacture of underwear. Mr. Flesh when asked about the matter today, said: ' 5 "Yes it is true, that we have decid ed to establish another underwear plant; but we have not positively de termined upon Richmond. We found a very desirable location there and made a cash offer for the site. In the event ' it is accepted we will ' build there, otherwise we will probably :gb to Dayton. O." Mr.' Flesh further stated that Gen. W. P, Orr, Abe Louis, E. A. Todd and H. E. Sims would be associated with him in the new enterprise. 'and that as soon as a' location was posi tively 'decided upon that they would St once begin active building opera tions. It is the intention to make it an entirely separate corporation from that of the Atlas Underwear company, although a similar line of goods, in cluding a tew specialties, will be made by them, and both companies will ca ter to the same trade. The new plant will be built on sim ilar line to that of the Atlas, which is conceded to be the finest under wear plant in the world, but in some respects will have marked improve ments. It will consist of five floors, four stories and a full basement, will be ' built of pressed brick, have re inforced concrete floors, and' will be fire proof. : The motive power will be electricity, and In all respects ' the new plant will be as complete as mod ern science can make it ' ' It is to be regretted that this new enterprise ; cannot be secured for Plqua, but female help is already fully employed : here. and ' it 'was .'deemed best : to ' locate ; elsewhere on account of this. Richmond with a population but little ' 'more than Plqua, has but one-fifth as many women 'employed: SUIT OH POLICY TO GET HE Mrs. Von Fein Seeks to flecov- er $2,500 Frpm an In surance Company. SUED THREE YEARS AGO The suit of Lena Von Pein. widow of Fred Von Pein against the Ameri can Central Life Insurance company, to recover $2,500 on a' policy,- which was filed in the Marion county circuit court, at Indianapolis, during the sun.- mer of 1907, will be set for trial soon according to word received by Wilfred Jessup, attorney for the defendant The late Fred Von Pein committed suicide - by shooting ' himself, in the head on April 4, 1907. in. the cow shed to the rear of his home. 715 South. J street. He carried a large amount of Insurance,' itIs 'Said, bur therAmefi can .Central Life Insurance company Contested the payment of its policy because it claimed to have had a sui- V'Uia viciuoq u Aba )wuv j DELEGATES TO MEET Republican Representatives at Connersville Convention 'to Have Banquet. EVENT IS HELD TONIGHT Wayne county's delegates t? th r.?- puDiican congressional convenvoa which will 1 be held; ' at Connevilif next- Thursday, will attend 'a anque this evening, at 'ihe Westcott hotel Several matters wlir b discussed. "Be sides tbe delegates, District cnairmaa Basslett' of Shelbyvllle anc CoU Chairman Wiley and. Secretary Pelts wm aiteuu. Marriage License. William T.' Rltigley," Richmond, 28, woodworker' and'Mlss Lou Hefitfemyre Richmond, 28, domestic." U. LAMD RESIGNS. . ' Newton Lamb, ' superintendent of ther schools . of lIOtpoT has reeljmed and will complete hjs course in CarT ham college. His place will be filled by Theodor Davis bt Xlreehaforkl' ARItlG Qfy gfatfstjcs; " T. E. -Jones represented, Earlham college' Jn the state peace contest, which was held'in the WabaSh col lege chapel at' Crawfordsvllle last ev ening, and was awarded fourth place. His subject wm "The Next Step In WorldV Peace."1 The decision be tween the . first four contestants was very" close, there being a difference of only four points between first and fourth places. t Paul Benedict of De Pauw univer sity was given first place' by i the Judges. His subject was 'World Peace and Universal Sympathy." ! John v. WfUson, who - represented Wabash college, was given second place. He spoke on 'The Duty of the English : Speaking People Toward a Movement" for - Universal ', Peace." Francis J. Wenninger of Notre Dame took third "prize, hi subject being Reason vs. Force." The first prise was $40 and the second rixe f 20. The tudges were Prof. J. F. Kenyon of Butler college, - the Rev. Demetrius Tillotson of Lafayette and A. A. Bal lard of Crawfordsvllle. r-t - A TMCTIOITCllI! N FALLSJ CREEK D. and W. Limited Had a Very Unusual Accident at West Alexandria. THOSE ABOARD NOT HURT (f AR PLOWED UP RIGHT OF WAY FOR CONSIDERABLE . DISTANCE BEFORE IT TOOk ITS HURDLE INTO STREAM. (Palladium Special) .Y": Eaton, O., April 16. While running down a steep grade, Just ease of West Alexandria, the brakes on the limited Dayton and Western car, leaving Day ton at 10 o'clock Jast night refused to work, the rear trucks Jumped the track and the big car toppled down a 25 foot embankment into Twin creek. The interurban was partially submerg ed in the water and the five passengers motorman and conductor had an excit ing time for a few-minutes." r No .one- was injured. ' " The 'motor- man broke the glass in the vestibule of bis apartment after the car had landed in the creek and had to wade out-to dry land- Fortunately the passengers were all men and did not object to wading through the stream.' Thecar was badly damaged an$ will be repair. ed at considerable ' expense. The in terurban was . running at -the rate of &bout 40 miles an hour when the rear trucks left the track. The right of way was ploughed up for a distance of several hundred feet which consider ably diminished the speed before ic jumped off the embankment, j GEHSOS WORK HARD The census enumerators who started their work yesterday, found the public to possess very little knowledge of the purpose and intent of the collection of statistics. ' Nearly every one visited was unabr to answer all the questions which Uncle Sam is asking his citizens. The enumerators who have sought the job because they believed it would be easy work, say they have profited by reason of their own experience-in-the matter. '- ' . ' On petition of the Terre Haute, In dianapolis and Eastern Traction' com pany, a temporary restraining order, has been issued by Judge' "Fx of the circuit courC preventing ' Simeon Crockett and Charles Gilbert of Cant- bridge City, .from removing a large building now located, on Center street. The final hearing in the matter will be on AprU 20. , " ' . '. It Is claimed by the plaiptiff that the building" ts' so large that It would be necessary .for the ftolJe,y wire to be cut, in crossing the railway 'company's tracks. TJhla.'it is alleged would be an irreparable danlage to the plain- tijrs line. . , G ORDER mm April 18th The leading haberdashers vUl display thq MID x-v M !m UK SIJOWINQ 0 HIS' REMARKABLE CAREER AS EARLY AS THE 'SIXTIES' HE i OUTLINED A H E A VJ E R-TH AN-AI R ' PRINCIPLE. FOR THE MODERN AEROPLANE. ' t (Special Cable from the International . - ; New Srvic- , . ' :Paris,' April' 16. One of the earliest pioneers, of aeronautics has Just pass ed away in the person of Felix Tour tnachon. .a most remarkable, "charac ter." known" to ihree generatiops' of Parisians simply as "Nadar. He died in .Paris, aged ' ninety. " i As long ago as the early sixties he outlined the heavier-than-air principle of-the modem aeroplane, -and although hls lde'as became the butt of "the cafe, -concert' and the Comic press ' of the gay; Paris of the Second Empire, he'.liyed, o say, 'when he heard of M, r,i ' 1. 1 "Now I can die happy.'.'" " . . With his shock of flaming red hair, Nadar was a typical boulevard cele brity -He was in-turn Journalist, pam phleteer, caricaturist, revolutionary, aeronaut and photographer, and In each -capacity' he achieved fame: Hie was an t Intimate "of Baudelaire. XU phonse Daudet, Theophlle goodness "of heart was unbounded. He delighted to do good by stealth. He risked his life by concealing a refugee' communard from governmental reprisals lit lS71.f : ' .VP. Hia Bold Action ! ! It was he who hid the famous Gen eral erferet Is his house and who boldly 'went to Thiera Wd aiked tor a passport' for his"' friend. 'Hulio"! said Thiers; 1 rwhen he -,: saw him. "havent you been shot yet?' ' vl "No general," was the reply, ;tha depends" "on "you." ;i In the 'fifties he turned his atten tion to photqgTapfay. and besides con tributing' considerably to the' develop ment ' of artistic ' camera work In France this - extraordinary man', be came one 'of the precursors of color photography. ! v :- ; In tS62 he took balloonlne and con structed the biggest balloon on' record. Le Geant, which carried fourteen peo ple and contained 215,33 cubic feet or gas. ma first ascent witV ffl teen persons fn 1863 was successful and created an enormous Mnsatioxi, but the "Geant' came to griet ion its next trip. ; After a terrible experience the monster fen to earth near Han over. - None of . the occuDahts . 'was hurt, but Mmel Nadar, 'who accompan ied her" husband, fpund" fhatVW ''hajr had turned white during the trio and Nadar was prostrated for weeks by the shock. Nadar exhibited the Geant ax ine crystal raiace in tne same year. , J From his ascents with the Geant. Nadar hoped to obtain funds to build a "dirigible aeromotive." as he called t, but'he lost all his -fortune and turn ed once more to" photography, bpenhif a studio, which3 soon became a social center of Paris. ' During jthe siege of Paris he was a commander of a bal loon. c6rps and: made several thrilling sorties oyer th 'enemy's 'lines and aiapatcncs to ine inroyisioaal pvera- UPTOyillCUIR English Physicians Aroused i Over "No Foot!" Cure of the NQYilistJ (TS BENEFITS ADMITTED EDITRESS OF! A PHYSICAL CUL i 1 , ...... TURE MAGAZINE, PUBLISHED IN ! LQNPON, AlfiS jlEB VWS ' ON THE SUBJECT. (Special Cable from the International t ..... - -Nwa Serviee. -.-a- .-i.r London, April 16. Much discussion has been aroused ' among the medical profession and general public by the no food', cur? recpinmeiid4 byUptpn Sinclair, the American novelist- Many- well known medical experts admit that that there are benefits to be derived from fasting if It is dis creetly practiced. --- Dr. Wallace, editress of a physical culture magazine says: ?. 1 ' r Fasting is most efficacious as cure. - I have known It work re markable cures in myown-experfenee. WEE K to 35th NiEASQN: OF Mil , , American League. Clubs. Won. Lost Pet ;.l 1.000 ..1 0 1.000 k.l 1 .500 . .1 1 .500 ..1 1 JSOq ..1 1 .500 ;.o i .000 ..o a .ooo Cleveland.. .... ;.S Boston .. ;. .. ' Chicago.. ,. . .- Washington .... Philadelphia .... New York . . Detroit ,., .. .. Amerjcan Association. Clubs. Won. Lost. PcL Toledo 3 0 J.000 St1 Paul .. .; .. ..'..2 1 .667 Minneapolis..1 ..2 ' 1 .667 Columbus .v: .. .. .. ..3 1 .667 Milwaukee ..... .. :.l 2 .333 Louisville'.. .. .. .. ..1 2 .333 Kansas City:. .. .. :;i 2 .333 Indianapolis .-. 0 3 .000 . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. , National League. Cincinnati, 5; Chicago, 3. . SeLodis, 61 PitUburgB. Philadelphia, 7; Brooklyn, 4. Boston. Sr New York, 4. American" League. St. .Loui8". 5; Chicago 4. ? Cleveland, 6; Detroit, 2 (ten in nings). ' ! ' " -; Boston, 3; New York, 2. Philadelphia, $; Washington, 2. American Assoeiatien. ' Minneapolis," 10; Kansas City, 4 (10 Toledo, 3; Indianapolis, 2. Columpus, 3; Louisville, 2 (ten in nings). - : - " St. Paul, 3; Milwaukee, 7. GAMES TODAY. National League. Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at St Louis. New' York'at Boston, y Brooklyn at Philadelphia. American League. St Louis at Chicago. . Cleveland at betrolL , Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. "The person undergoing the no food cure should take nothing but distilled water; ana should exercise ' caution. The weight should be takep before starting the fast, and if it is below the normal food should be taken in rea sonable quantities until the patient Is the right weight 'and ready to under take the complete fast - ' t ' "A fast should not be started In cold weather, for that takes away much of the heat and energy" of tne organism. but in warm weather there is not this disadvantage. In mv own exoerience I have known a patient to fast for fifteen days and deHve only advantage from the ordeal. The patient was a young Spaniard living in a London boardidg hdtfse. "" --- . r "He had suffered from serious inter nal trouble since bovhood. and he came 'to me to ask 'advice about the fret diet I recommend. He was very dark and thisl at' first pnt down to his foreign birtbr and he looked very ill." "I said to him. The tasting cure would do you good,' and, I explained to him. ' When 1 ' saw him again many weeks later, I hardly reeogniied hint "He was the picture of health. 4 He held himself upriaht and his step was alert , and ' vporpus. ' . Hlf eye were bright,' his tongue 's good color, and his pulse horma" " 7 ' "But the most surprising thing was that bis skjp ffuch fairer and h laughingly Said to me: 'Perhape' all Spaniards are" not really dark If they only fasted:' r ( ' 1 learned to my surprise, tor X had never intended, he should go so lopg without sol4 food that be bad fasted for fifteen days, taking only distilled water during' all that time. And ft certainly cured him. - '. ; " npl7py Cdonioft Do4oo Via ft 9 a N : R. R. Only - 036, To CALIFORNIA . . OREGOr WASHINGTON MONTANA " I SASKATCHEWAN MXJCO . ' TEXAS, ETC ETC. - ... - Selling faf, March 1st to April 15th. For particHlfrs calf ' ' C. A. CLAIR, P. eV J. A, HemeTeL tr. LOYALTY IS NECESSARY CITIZENS, TO IMPROVE THEIR 5 TOWN. MUST STAND TOGETHER HE PRAISES THE FIRST ISSUE OF PANIC PROOF! " Charles A. KUrtoa, secreUry of the Greater Hamilton Association of Ham- ilton. Canada, in acknowledgement' of receipt of the first edition of the Pan- c Proof magaslne, published by the Young Men's Business club of this city, addressed a letter to the secretary, and offered many valuable suggestions -for boosting the city." Patience, loy alty and a little sweet oil of encouraf - mem rrom tne citizens, is tne way to upbuild a city, according to Mr. Mur- ton. His letter In cart is as follows: I am just in receipt of si copy of the initial number of "Panic Proof." the of ficial organ pf your club, apd wish, pot only to thank you for your courtesy, but to congratulate you upon the excel lent start you . have made with your publication and the live, up-to-date matter contained therein- ? ' 1 1 - lf permitted to' offer a suggestion ' from experience gained In similar work during the present year. I would say, ' bend mil your energies to educate your cltisens to forget petty local; jealous ies, stop knocking, and all Join hands to co-operate with your club; not with - hot air, but legal tendsr. Enthus1sWriDoeJ. 'This campaign of education must not be allowed to lac.' tor a moment. Enthusiasm" cools oft as' quick as 'a Welsh7 Rarebit and so long1 as It It kept hpt just so long will you obtain - results. - r 1 J 'W; ""The first year's work is a heart- breaker. ' Every man who has sub scribed a dollar to the funds" expects a monthly dividend m 'the shape 'of i . new industry,; and , cant understand why they" are not falling 'over each other to rget lo your town, they "for get that PJchmond is not the only spot'on (the map." ah ' that amot every mtie town and namiet in : tne that competition t Is becoming so keen amonf ; them ihat 'many1 are Jeopardlxinf their very existence ia theilf scramble set tMtws. " ' l'' v Usf Comnioa Ctnse. .. Ton can't land as industry In 'a day; nor yet in many moons, a&d with out your cltisens exerclaing a little common sense and plenty of patience,' yon wl be kept oa the ttxSW tlT trying to explain these things. Pa-, tience. Loyalty and a little Sweet pit of Encouragement from your cltisens will do as much in one day to build up your city as all the knocking of years has helped to keep her at a sttsatlU. rPerhhpf I have no Uoe?s U fZp t you an advice", but S 1 tskf it yoor . club is of recent" origin r: aa purely from a feUow-feelins towards "ycartffl and off iters I could not let the W t slbh pass' to put you next to the x perienc thstr have passed- thresh durinir ths' last yeSr. The stiver K9- ing is pust now showing thrpogh and after many disappointments and era-, siderabje dlacotxragement. I can see several good ClviiinSs loomlcg up In the fhf P of lares tadustrial concerns from jour Pidf Of Jhe Itoej: . , , CHICAGO. CINCINNATI ' 4 H?UISV RLROAP. 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