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RICHMOND INDIANA: Tu'e t a ll a ii u m for sale at O. White & Co's. aL?t Elder's' bookstore's? "uevtral ac vYimamaourg in una coua 111 t iJOllTT .1 Washington, is enjoymg"fa singing Rev. Ir. MeU is holding, a. revival at Chester. , , . Commissioners Court opens on next The revival stiil' progresses j at Pearl street church. v; ' MasqueadeBalLoB- Fridayevening, at LyceuaIIall. 11 Olive Logan will probably visit this Governor cBurbaak of Dakotab, was in. tpwii last week.. TMn pre v is" reliably, rumor ea that we are to Thomas Clark had . bis 'leg broken t "Anna 'DTbktnson :al'"Lyceam ; Hallr nelWednesOlay evening. streets, Saturday .afternoon. .LTlfiCNreMOkeeVet flie" fpaat lweefc1nas: beagibod for maple augarJ; Rose Parry goes td' Cihclnn'aU to take apoaiUon in a. first class drug .store, u.x: Quarterly meeting, was held at C M E chnrcfi 4nTltatnrjdandunday. of a donation, one evening last week! The Friends of Progress bold Jseances ia) Lyceum II alf .eyery " S unday evening, ieWscaneryait.LyQiinVi HU waa prepared; espc6i4liy for;; Forrest's per formanoeB :",.... A A blacksmith shop and baggage room In Hagerstown were burned on Monday of asiVeekV7;Vr - Mr. John Mason slipped on the side walk, one (JaytfasO west, And falling brok aegv - ' """"""" rT"""! Gaod "Templars DUtrcl'-:Cav"etj5tti mets iri . CrOod Templars Hall on 1 5th an.4 GJh 1Ust. fV,I- V-r rr teehtrevifle Public School1 bar aft ex hibition ;ihnydeWfttfily Oa'Friday evening of this week.5 ' . FradMH l nomar ana-i eta ro ieic ersham have jretamed from a missionary M,r tlirrtnitt lhA Sftll'th ;,&4 " w o , , - fi. 1 . .. j. - ix ... : I-' i w 'i j Rev. Frederick Wines, President of the Social IScience 'Association oC.Chica-.! go. was in our city last week. -Parl street' M E churcli tielJ a festi val on Tuesday of this week vin the LecturoCroom Of tecaarcX-i The M E clmrch of Eaton are pre paringfo furnish; oie of thejrooras in. the Home for the Friendless. Mx E 5 Warner lectures at Lyceum Hall on every Sunday forenoon and eve ning, during !' the ' present ' month ; of March., ;riVijl.. ; ,,: The barn of Yf , II Harris, of Clay township, ' was struck -by lightening on the 5th inst, and a number of fine stock killed. Zr Mr. LeerYaryan formerly of -this. city has been selected to deliver 'the . diplo mas' to the graduating-class at Oxford, this year t' ;. ..t-. .-. -. .". i.ti-: 1 Major Kinley delivered an interesting lecture before the Horticultural society,, last Saturday afternoon, on AgricuU ture in Europe. t . i : . .. . j.r -n i The exhibition of the Sevastopol Ly ceum came off on' last Saturday evening,' and was a very creditable affair to those participating.! J i s-t! t f :u Henry .Vincent "lectures at, Lyceum Hall n 'the 14th of 'MSrch." Subject : "The Present Political aud Religious State of Earope.' , ; Thomas . Hogan, -Implicated in the Hollandsbnsg -robbery has had his trial and been disoharged, there being no ev idence against htm .? K;:"f s ?rnt The funeral of Lieut. Win O'Hara, of New Paris, tookplace or: last Saturdays A special : train cohveyed Yi .the-i Odd Fellows and others who attended from this citv. i 'We have been recently shown a pat ent for land dated 2d day of February, 1807, and signed by Thomas , Jefferson as President, and James . Madison as Secretary of State, j f ; : ;, Mr. A A Corme is canvassing the county in 'behalf of ; the 1 Odd Fellows Provident Life Association. lie ra As speeches at Economy,- Newport, Hag erstown and Washington, recently. j The Morrison Library closes on the 20th of March for the ' spring examin ation. As the 20th of March falls on Su niay - this year, the books must bo returned ,by tha preceding Saturday evening.: " . IT March comes in like a lion it will go out like a lamb. So runs the old saw.- This year the weather is too cold and raw for a lamb and not boisterous enough for a;lion, so, we may look for WtetSLweatheOirpnghot 4he..mdntlu, Jacksonburg has,-been -visited by thlelrts One- night last weekthe bouse of L. Bond was entered, and a pair of old boots taken. The house of SaCfuel Carr, an old gentleman was also entered and his clothes searched. rii -- ? . . Btwwil. Our rtaders We read ot 'hodowns, bat jat M w commanced press-work on oar paper wprieDeI a brekdf)wn oor roller carriage broke, and nr laUora irere suddenlr brought U a ctoie for repaira. That is what's - tbe matter with tbadeUyoLtlie Palladium this No. Accidents will bppeo, .- .'--"-- :' - Anna I Lectures at Lyceuni Hall on next Wed- nesd.ny evening, the 9th inst. Her sub ject on this occasion is one that should, receive the arefnl '"attention of all .- - i ... J,.., AjneiieaQs, especially , at the present time, when it appears that, our Govern-' mentis just on the eve. of a war with ther JVIormon people of whose ,peculiar in stitution' the. lecturer sive3 a thorough review Miss Dickinson . has visited ' IJtah, and lias conversed with' the .lead? jeraf and people,' and more especially tbe? women, ami has learned the senti-' ments and feelings of this latter class,; and is thus enabled to present .that side of the picture far:better than any of the men who have written or spoken upon' jthe mattetv i TChis "'Qr0 ofTMiss Dick- Inson, is- highly spoken of by the pf ess throughout the countryy and is undoubt edly the best she b.as yet )resented,: Whatever objections have been made to her in years past as a 'woman dabbling; in politics' will not hold good ' against this Jecture, as she now comes f-pleading- the cause of her own ; sex.' . Reserved seats 75 cents.1 Plat of'Jhe ' Hall ,to be seen at O. White & Co.'s book store." Tickets without reserved seats 60 cents. Forrest in , i "M ,1 a Richmond. .H ti hear 'Richbliku'. We Thave been to Forrest We fwentj; on .Monday, night. So, apparently, did everybody else. Frpin the foot of the stage to .the: to w--most bench of the gallery, layer after layer, and tier after tier of '-"fair-women and brave men" crowded ...into our. beautiful Hall to hear the great Actor!' The flash of Opera Glasses, in unwonted profusion, told of the pretence of those who had come to see. The eager lean ing forward of those 1 who had cometo bear, The showy and .brilliant appar eldf the fair sex told,"in some in stances, of the ; presence of those who came, to be seen; in others, of those who, appreciating the greatness of the occasion, 'rose to the emergency.' Look-; ing up at the massed and crammed gal leiies, we were reminded of the 'Solid Julian Avalanche,' so warmly hoped for, andi uol confidently, predicted! by-'- our neighbor, 'The Voice, of Spring,' (wich is P. J".) Over one thousand people were present, the net'' receipts. being 'in the neighborhood of six hundred dollars. At a quarter after eight o'clock onlt 30 minutes after the advertised time the 'Orchestra'- a home made institu-J-J' tion) having favored the audience with an awe-inspiring Walt2as an appropriate prelude to : the great historical scene about to te lald.before.ua."'. The curtain j slowly disappeared ia the wilderness of scenery above the stage, and revealed to the audience a collection of shabbily costumed actors, purporting to person ate the conspiring nobles of Franca. A more'ulterly imbecile set of 'Scpbs nev er infested a stage. The entrance of 'Richelieu' in Scene 2nd,1 was indeed a relief from the inane, stiff, and senseless 'Sticks,' who personated the minor char acters. , OJ, i t , ,t -..(I i,.,i ,;. As to Forrest, well he was Forrest perhaps - a trifle broken with age but Forrest still. The same wonderful pow er the same capacity for entire absorp tion in the character he portrays. The realization of the actual presence of 7the gray. haired old statesman, so shrewd, so 'able, so fond of power. The com pleta personation of the luxuriously at tired old man, with his painful down sitting,, amir,- up list ag, jlus long-drawn breathy his 'inimitable 'laugh. What a powerful, ambitious, shrewd old ' fox he was made to appear. Who will ever forget the scene of the 'Curse of : the Church?' the wonderful passion in the face of the rare old man the com bin a- ; tion of strong, vigorous . intellect , and weak decaying body. Neither "Miss , Lillie, as 'Julie de Mortimer or ' Mr. Wm. Harris, as 'Chevalier de Maufrat,' equalled our expectations in thetr sev-3 eral roles, though each showed us a momentary glimpse of what might have been our enjoyment of . a really good , support' of a great actor. -- " . ! In conclusion, the temperature and atmosphere of the Hall might' have been ' materially improved, by a little attention ; on the part of the managers, to the win dows, which sent down on the heads of the unprotected audience, a stream of air. evidently fresh, from 'Greenland's Icy Mountains.' . " Jak Cade'. On Tuesday evening, " the play of Jack Cade was given to an -audience some S00 smaller than that of. the night before. The play was long, and not so successful in its management as that of Richelieu. The scenery seem- -ed to be defective and gave much troub le.r Then too; th cast of ' the 'plajT threw much on the shoulders of the mi nor players, who were totally incompe tent to develop , the. strong points of. their roles, Miss Lillie; as 'Mariamne, was better than Miss Lillie as 'Julie ;' indeed, she acted for the major part of ' the evening with much spirit and force, especially, was this the case in the scene ' after the murder of 'Lord Clifford Her ; acting at this point was strong and life like, and .left a much more favorable impression of-her talents-than-did her subjective role of the "night WfoVev 1 I Time Fleeting ! You better t pay your City Taxes, for time is almost out ! - mm PETITIONS. ' . From J. M. Westcott asking privil ege to erect Haj' scales in - front of.- his, building on Fifth street. Referred to Street Chmmittee. : "' '' From M. T. , Gardner . asking . release from license to canvass the city toell Odd Fellow's charts. Referred iro Com- mittee on Public 'Bnlldings.' ' ' y , ., , s--- From J. B. Johnson and others, ask ing stepping stones across Ninth street' at Sassafras crossing. Referred to Committee on Streets. ' From A'. M. Jenkins asking privilege to erect Hay Scales in front of the Thomas building1 on Franklin street. Aj remonstrance , from , C. Newman i -.fc Sons was presented."'5 Privilege 1 'gTan', ted. ueilincalc of Ilenrv Uonlev's mem bership of Fi'e; Company No d referred to Committee on Fire. Department., , ul ,; From -James W. Smith, r asking cor rection of the assessment Of : Sidney SBQith'sestateAReferred.to . CommiU tee on Claims. Petition asking remission of fines a gainst A. McDowell. Referred to Com mittee on Claims." '' " ,.TSKOJftIS.--'- ' - Committee on Claims reported in fa vor of paying' sundry claims. Accept ed and claims allowed. - A " A revolution was carried approving, the action of the City Treasurer in ar ranging for "the con tinuancedf "certain items of City, indebtedness,, since; Janu ary 1st 1870, by taking up and destroy ing the old obligations, and issuin g new in lieu thereof. . , ; Civil Engineer reported . partial L esti-: mates of work on sidewalks, to Committee on Claims. Chief of Police made the report for the month" ending 28th. is; i.SiV-.. .1tJt Arrests: For drunk and disorderly. . .. . Assault and battery Referred following February .22 .: 4 . 2 7i . 2 . 3 .-4 . 1 . 1 . 1 Exposing person . . . Pettitlarceny Carrying concealed weapons. Disturbing the .peace Violating liquor law Larceny Careless , driving:. , , t . Disturbing .public Hall. .,. . Total 41 There should be; a deduction of .ten lamps for one night for the month. The city iias been unusually well light-i ed durirrg the' Entire month.' '"" ' Treasurer reported at last report: Balance,; on;;hanil i r. . . .'. : I- "$1,843 55 Receipts" for the month 12,033 01 Disbursements. ". ....... "... . 9;134 15 Balance at. present date. 4,750 38 Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. Report of Chief Engineer of Fire Department in favor ot providing Firo Company No. 1 with four rubber coats, was referred -to Com. on Fire Depart ment. - Bills for gas referred to committee on Claims. - - ; An ordinance defining sundry offences prescribing punishment therefor, was passed. This -ordinance provides that parents can , notify proprietors of bil liard saloons not to permit their boys to play in the saloons. , Gass oridnance read a second time by title. Several amendments were pro posed and adopted aud after a lengthy discussion, the ordinance was tabled. : "TThe'ollowi'ng'wasuhahimousiy ads opted .. .. , .- . - Resolved, that the Mayor, City Clerk and Treasurer only are authorized to purchase stationery for the use of the City. ;.j . .. ., . . . , .... . ; . Council then adjoured. . John Iredell and W. C. Shoemaker start for Kansas, on Thursday of this week,, for. the purpose of . looking- out a location with the intention of set tling. - "? ' f 'r; The following persons were elected Directors of the Building Association: Jas. M. Poe, president; C P Peterson, vice president ; John Dickman, secre tary; R A Howard treasurer; L K Harris; Fred Magg; Ed. Conkle; and S Bachman. The capital is fixed at 9100, 000, in shares of 00 each- . A significant reversal of old customs was to be seen in the Mayor's Court, on Tasf'FrtduyT"" S6meyears"ago7 it "will' be remembered, no nigro or mulatto was permitted to give testimony where the cause was between white men. On the occaiojn referred to, aaiwhite,f man's evidence was permitted in a case where the issue was between two color ed men. : - v - i; ; : '',', ' - " - f The prisoners, six in number, con fined in the county jail, made their es. cape from that institution on last Thurs day night. It seems that the prisoners hadbeen allowed the privilege of com ing "into the hall, where',' on the'high'fof their escape, they sawed off the bars supporting the ventilator,' and tying blankets together lowered themselves into the cellar, from whence they pass ed through the "Wood hole to the street and "cut stick." The sheriff offers 81,00 reward tor the return of each. uouncn rroceeaings. CouncilmjltJ op, uesday j evening, March 1st. All the members present. PALLADIUM CORRESPONDENCE. - , ; Trip to Sockniu in Oldeia Times. , .', 4. Ia my other letter I promised to tell tow we got away Xroaa our trip into Sockatu. On starting from the Friend's boose where we. stayed over night, we met with some delay on tU way.. But to be plain, we probably got a little bewildered or lost. This was not an uncommon occurrenca in tUose days. I heard a story in ( early times in ur:. county, of ,a grown boy who went out a little ways from home with a gun to shoot wild game, but got lost, and made for tbe first cabin be could find., Oa enteiing, be found the family all seated on the floor around a large pot, out of which they were eating their fru gal meal. lie recognized them to ba bis father' family.-' " ' ;' ' ' 4-- Oar case was a little similar. ' Tbe sable cover of night came on us. The borrowed silvered light of the moon was not falling on this part of our hemis phere at that time. We deemed it best to ' stjp for the night. ' Our situation eould be better imagined than described. We bad no provisions with us for ourselves or 'teams, and no means of striking a light. In this dilemma my youthful brother dis-. covered a dim light, in the distance. Supposing it to be from one f those squalled huts alluded to, he went toward it, and found the cabin and its inmates. But all the assistance they could render us was to let us have some fire for tbe night, and show us tbe road in the morning there being no road to the cahia. My brother obtained a torch of tbem and rotanmf to us., ji d ,' i : i i -i-iifa sU S We set about making ourselves as comfo rtable as the circumstances would admit. Wevsoon had . blazing fire, tqok our teams from our vehicles,' tied them to the tree," and began to devise ways and means, to pass the night. My brother bethought himself 4fHfie crab apples, and sugar, and happen ing to have a tin cup with us, he set about acting as cook, stewing tbe apples in sugar more sugar" than crabs. We thought it was a luxury. Wild animals then abounded in tt ese regions. The bowlings of the wolves, the cries of tbe panth er and the bootings of tbe owl, saluted our ears, taising the precaution so characteristic and neces sary with alt early settlers, which manifested itself, by keeping'' up a blazing fire all night. Had it not been in the ides of .November, we might hare bad added to the sounds which startled our ears, tbe croaking of the frogs in the pounds near by. . As the sun in her course cast her glimmerings of light from the eastern horizon, we tacked up our' teams, and when it was sufficiently daylight, we discovered that we had missed the road such as it was a short distance by avoiding those frog ponds which so abound in Sock urn. We soon gained the road and resumed our ' journey. After traveling a few miles we came to the house of Jesse Johnson, another Friend. We were fortunate in beicg among Friends. Here we were kindly treated to a good breakfast and our horses and cattle fed, wbich no doubt refreshed us all; at least I can testify to the good it did me, for it was the first meal I had par taken of in twenty-four hours. The , crab apple stew had rather intensified my appetite. This, my. first pilgrimage from home, enabled me to appreci ate the Society of Friends, especially when on trav eling excursions. ;. " , . 1' From that point we pushed for home an! found alt well. This adventure, I believe, cured my father's penchant for going in quest of crab apples. " x k "- "i Old SktIxkb. a- .. - For the Palladium. . r Editor Palladium : 1 have heard a number of Inventors in Wayne county "express a desire to form an association of Inventors and owners of Patent Rights. "Being : an inventor myself, I can say that the past experi ence has taught .me that there should be something of the kind in Wayne county, for I find there is quite a num-" berof that "class in our county, and as they are the men we all look to for im provements," and the progression of all Mechanical business there should be something to bring them together, and, when once brought together, and form- ed into an Association, they could, in a measure , protect themselves at least, from such obnoxious laws that were en- . acted by our last legislature. I need cot quote the larw for every inventor knows it full well. "A hint i3 sufficient for the wise. What say you inventors and owners of Patent Rights in Wayne County ? "i Speak before the nominating Election, and you may effect something.; Inventor. J Editor Palladium . Having noticed in 3'Our Jast paper that an Old Settlers' Meeting would be held some time in the. present month, March, at some point not designated. Being one who is a native, and having a recollection of men and things over fifty years, and withal, feel a deep interest in having a permanent organization of Old Settlers, established in our county, and having conversed with many in various parts of the coun ty who. are alike interested, and desire such an organization effected, in the: spirit of unanimity and good feeling among all, irrespective of party or creed. It has been suggested that the month of, March is too early in the season to hold: such a meeting. The inclemency of the weather would likely . prevent many from attending, especially those who are advanced in age, and these would be the ones who would add interest to such a meeting,-by relating their experience of a pioneer life. Let those brief re hersals be recorded .before the last of these land marks "are removed from among us. I would suggest some suit able place of easy access by Rail Road, &c, some time in June, or Fourth of July next. " White Water Lodgk, No. 159, Free and Accepted Masons. ) , White Water, Ino., Feb, 24, 1870. Whereas, It has pleased the Almighty Father of the Universe to remove from a circle of loviog ones, the beloved wife - ! of our brother, John T. Bunch, who died Feb. 7th, 1870, in tbe 39th year of her age, to that circle which is never broken ; therefore, ' Eesolved." That the community . has ; lost a beloved member, who, in her dif ferent relations in life, has furnished us an example how to live, and who, in her ; patient suffering, and happy death, gave uatisfactory evidence of the triumph of Christian faith and Resignation to the will of God. Resolved, That we sincerely sympa thize with our bereaved Brother and his motherless children, and that we hereby tender onr feelings of condolence Hn their affliction. -- - ; : . Resolved, That a copy of these seso lutions be sent to the Richmond Palla dium for publication, and that a copy be also furnished to the family of the de ceased. , . 4 "- P. M. Ellis, ' P. T. Paris. t ,m., "" 1 Committee. t The Grst White man born in Wayne ; county was Jeptha Turner, who . now resides in Boston township, and is in , his sixty-third year. , i Some of our young German citizens, on Tuesday, evening, observed an. old country custom of masquerading 09;.the 1st of March. Several-young men who appeared on Main street in female attire came very near being overhauled by the police. 1 i - The following gentlemen - are named for the Pettit Jury for the April term of the Circuit Court ; J. II. Weaver, Ab- ington ; Amiel Hunt, Centre ; J, W. Winkles, Clay ; Nathan Balhan, Dalton ; B. S, Anderson, Franklin ; Elisha Par ker, Green ; Henry Shivler, Jackson ; Timothy Jordan, Jefferson ; Michael iKeever, N. Garden, S. J. Miller, Perry ; Joshua Samattk Washington ; George IBuhl, Wayne. ; X Eeplating Silver-ware The Agent of the Toledo Electro "Tlating Company, will visit our citizens this week, for the purpose of collects i' ing such ware - as they may have to re plate, y He comes well recommended, as we should judge by the following ien dorsements from Indianapolis: We. the undersigned, had our ware : replated by the Toledo Electro Plate Company, (T. M. Hurd & Co., Proprie tors,) and being well pleased with the workmanship, would cheerfully recom mend them to our citizens and the pub- L Jic in general. j ' Mrs. Governor Baksr. Mrs. Dr. N. G. Bcrnham. Mrs. M. G. Bright. ' ", Mrs. Dr. Woodburn. 'ZO : . -.v. Miss R. N. Fry.- ; Mrs. II. IJacgu. t . , Cox.. Jefp K. Scott. ', Shoo-Fly don't bodder me ! ' Gause-. pchl has 'em. ; Go to the Clothing Store of B.& W. Frank el, 263 Main Street, for every article of wear ioff apparel you mar need, and you can be sure of purchasing at fair rates for Cash. Remem ber the sign of the Zouave. J. Zeyen & Bro., are better prepared than ever be fore to accommodate their customers with any article of clothing they may need, made to order to fit, from the best of material, which they have now on band. For Collars, Neckties, etc., go to their establishment, To. 232, Mais-Street. Their prices are reasonablia. MILLIJfERY. Ijndies. do vou want either a Fashtonabh? or Plain' Bsmnet beautiful Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers ; ia short, anything iu the MiHittery fine? G to Ml s. fiajiA.H A. Jlifp, cn Xortb Franklin a few doors fawn Main, nearly opposite "tiieraxer Halle," and she rill supply your wants to your entire satisfaction. at prices tnat wiu please you. i-Gausepohl has the 'Shoo-Fly Hat3." Arrivals aud Departures of JMaila. BOUTK8. OPENS. 1 Ctosits. Cwlacnhus and Piqua.. ; laiiianavolfs and West 1 Indtaoapolis nod through ..' Chicago and North-West. Chicago, through Cine-'onati and East ; Cincianntr, through ; Dayton arid Way ........ .... . . . .1 Boston and Beechy Mire, Tuesday! and J? rtday. j Arba,' via. Whitewater, Monday,' Wednesday, and Friday.. j Winche ster, via. N.Oarden, leaves : MoaAny, Wednesday and Friday! and jL-ive3 Tuesday, Thursday! and S uurday ; BrookvilUv. via. Abinpton, Ac.J leaves Monday and Friday I arrives. Tuesday and Saturday J, 2.3d piD'3.40 pm 5.30 pm 3.40 pm 7.30 am 9.00 am 7.00 pm;9.45 am 7,30 am'9.00 pm 12.30 pin 4.30 pm 7.30 am, 6.30 am 5.50 pmi3.40 pm fl.00 pmis.OO am 4.00 pmj8.00 am i.00 am 4.00 pm 8.00 am 5.00 pm 9"Of&copenfrom7:30 a. v. to 7:30 r x Oa Sanday,from V:00 to 10:00 a h ; I. H. JULIAN, P.M. . ,j Arrivals and Departures of Trains. ColambuK AIndianapolisCentral Railivay First DiAision arbivks from Indian Arcr-is. Dav Express , 5.45 A. M. Mail Express 4.13 P. M. Bac'a. A lnd. Accom 6.30 P. M. Sight Express (daily) 10.00 P. M. DEPARTS FOR INDIANAPOLIS. JNiftht Express (daily) 5.12 A.M. Rich. lnd. Accom.... ....... 9 50 A. M. Day Express 4.13 P.M. Western Express... ,11.14 P.M. '( ARRIVES FROM COLCMB0S, O., Via. PIO.TT A. ' - . .3 J l ; : .' CL-1 A I K.xpre tuany ) .................... i:x am Day Express 4:13 pm Western Express..... 11.14 pm LEAVES FOR C0LITMBP3, O., Via. P1QDA Dy Express... 5:4 pm Mail Express. . 4:13 am ?hiht Express (daily) .,..10:00 pm Third Division From aud for Chicago. A.IRIVES.' DEPARTS. No. I.... .....7:1 0 am . - No. 6 .10:15 am No 5.... ..5:56 pm No. 5........ 9:20 pm Cincinnati Richmond and Chicago R. R. dbparts. (Cincinnati via. Hamilton.) absives. Accommodation, 7:00 am Do 12:00 m Mail.. ..........5:00 pm Do 8:35 pm Xenia and Dayton and D. and YV. Railroad v (Columbus via. Dayton.) Day Express... 6:00 am Do.... . ,..9:45 aoi Accommodation 4:15 pm Do.... ....4:05 pm PAN -H ANDLE ROUTE: Pittsburg-, Cincin'tf, and St. I.ouis Railtvay. On and after Jan. 1st, '70, Trains will run as follows: V : RA8TWARD. STATION3. KIPRESt FAST L. tO KX Leave Richmond...... Arrive at (Greenville... " Bradford June. " Piqua.... ..... Urbana " Milford-. " r Columbus.... " Newark..-. . " .. Dennison. ...... " . ' Cadiz Junction. " Slenbenville. . ; " - Pittsburg....... " ' Uarrisbunr " Philadelphia.:... " ? Baltimore...... "... Washington 10.00 pm 1 1 04 11.32 " 11.5 " 1.03am 1 .50 " 3.00 " 4.30: 7.20 " 8.45 i : 8.68 -.' 12.00 m lU25pm 3.00am 2.20 f A50 5.45am 6.4B r 7.16 8.00 9. 10 " 9.59 ' 11.10 4.13 pm P S.09 -5.35 " 6.05 " 7.10 " 7.5t " 8.55 10.20 " 12.50 am 1 47 " 2.45 4.47 ' 2.30 pm 7.80 " 7.00 12.40 pm z 3.55 5..19 " 7.05 -' 5.10am .31 l.OOprn 10.00 ' - v fltr im .43 - Hi.OO- Bi i 10.26 ' WESTWARD. Leave Pittsburg. .... 1.55 am 9.35am Arrive atSteubenville- 3.56 11.21 - Cadiz Junction. 5.13 " 12.27 pm DennisoB 0.20 1.20 " - . Newark.. ..... 9.25 4 00 - - Col umbos 10.45," 5.15 ; " . Milford. ....... 12.25pm 7.03 " . Urbana 1.12 7.5-1 . Piqua 2.20 " 9.08 , Bradford June.. 8.41 " 9.3 ( JreenvilIe.. 3.12 "10.07 Richmond 4.13 " 11.14 " " Iudianaolia.,.. 7.00 " 2.10am " Logansport.,., 8.35 " M . Illinois St Line. 12.15 am ' Chicago 8.40 am " St. Louis 830 - 3.35pm 2.15 pm 4.21 pm 5.40 pm 7.T0 nm 10.15 nm 11.40 pm i.ztpm 2 14 pm 3.21 pm 3.45 pm 4.15 pm 5.12 pm 8.15 nm 11.40 pm IZ.lt am 2.45 am 9.20 am Morion. Express Train, East, and Southern Ex press, West, run daily. . All other Trains dailjr, Sundavs excepted. , ,,, "Elegant Sleepine-Cars On all night Trains." es.- r. auutiL,, uenl ricfeet Acent. D. 8. Obat, 2d V. P. and! a a V ien i Manager, ) Colurnbos, Ohio. DR. S. B nARIUMAN, No. 16; Worth Pearl Street, .- (Opposite the Warner Buildfap,) - 1 " RicnMovD yV I ; OSttei IIoum: From 1 to 2, and from 9 to t T. M. and at all othe times when not professionally engaged. - ''" : -.- . RiOHMdND, Nov. 9, 1809. ! 9.j T. ROSE, Dentint, N. W. Corner of Main and Pearl-stc Biclimond, lnd TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by tbe use of Nitrous Oxyde or Laughing Gas. ,-AlIwork warbaktkd. Feb. 20, 1868, JOHN H. POPP, A TTORNEY AT LAW and XOTAR A. Office No.' 33, Main-st., R 'hmond, lnd Attends to tbe collection ot all claimsin aajr SUte o tbe Union. Will practice in any of toe Courts ot Id diana and Ohio. . Execute Deeds, Mortgages, and Powers of Attorney, either inland or foreign. Br special arrangement with C. P. Abac, in Cincinnati, (Ctorman Consul) and Hillk Co., of New York, I am enabled to forward and receive any money packa ges or other valuables, as well as to attend to the transit of 'persona from any part of Europe or from thiseonntry. - - - - - ' ; - 3-AUbuinessstrictlyconCdential and promptly attendedto. . . J. H. P. July 7th, 1869. '"' -.l.tf i"' ' ."' ... .. 1 . . .', Tlieodore May, .' SCCCES30B TO " -" Sam Swopei HAVING bought the Stock of Ready - Made Clothing, Piece Goods, ktid Famishing Goods,: of 8. Swope, I propose to continue the bosiness at the old stand, corner of Main and Marion. . ;. . x MR. JOHN H. SCOTT ... The popular. Cutter, continues to superintaad the Merchant Tailoring Department; " ' TEIEO. MAY. .' 1?3 In referring to the above, I herewith recom mend Mr. Theo. May, my successor, as in honorable gentleman, and hope my old friends and customers may bestow the same liberal patronage on him that they have extended toward me, and at tbe same time I sincerely thank my otd patrons for tbe liberality shown me. -.,- SAM. SWOPE. Richmond, Jan. 25, 1810. 2tf PEOMPT SETTLEMENTS! HAVING taken my two sons into partnership, under the firm bine of C. Estbli. A Sons, those indebted to me, will see the necessity of clo sing up tbe old books, by paying cash or giving note and I therefore hope those owing me will make immediate and prompt settlements, in the way I have indicated. Thankful for past favors tu me, I hope for a continuation of the same to tbe new firm. A large assortment of all kinds of Boots and Shoes for Gents, Ladies and Misses, both ol our own and Eastern manufacture, will always be found at No. 131 Main Street, cheap for cash. December 20, 1SS9. C. EsTBLfc. FARM FOR SALE. THE undersigned offers a fine Farm, situated 2 mile? South-East from Richmond, on the Rich mond and Boston Turnpike, containing EIGHTY-TWO ACRES. There is, on the premises, a Good Brick House, Frame Barn and necessary Out-Buildings, a Young Orchahd. The Farm is iu good repair, rich Soil, well-timbered, and watered, and will be sold on satis factory term?. For particulars and trrms, apply to l. N. BEANY. Feb. a, 1870-. 48-tf ELI F. BROWN, BOOKBINDEE AND " " " 1 Blank Book Manufacturer, 335 Main st., Between Fifth and Sixth, RICHMOND, IND. : Magasines, Newspapers, and Pamphlets bound in any style desired. Old Bonks rebound. Blank Books for Counting Rooms, i It. R. Corporations, ' Manufacturer, Banks, Hotels, r Colleges, Schools, - - Couaty Registers, Ac., Ac. Made to ordorof tbe best paper in the market. Print ed, Ruled and Bound in any style and warranted. ? Paper Ruling, aad all work belonging to a Bindery, executed aeatly, promptly, and at the lowest rates. . b3& 3m DENTISTS' FEE BILL. . ' . ' Riobmond. Nov. 25, 1869. We, the undersigned. Dentists of Richmond, and vicinity, do hereby agree, on our honor as gentlemen and members of the - Dental Profession, to abide strictly by the following Bill of Prices, to take effect from this date, Nov. 25, 1S69 : A full set of 23 Teeth, on Rubber, (Gum Teeth,) 40 00 A hatf setef 14 l'eeth.oo Rubber,(Gm . Teeth,) -.i 20 One Tooth on Rubber, (Bnm -. 4 00 Each Additional Tooth, on Rubber, Gum, 2 00 A fall set of Temporary Teeth Plain i Teeth.) ...... A.w-T. .....Mt.... SO 00 A batf set of Temporary Teeth, (Plain : ,i i .leetb,) i.:-. 1ST09 On Tooth on abfeer,Tempor'y ......... 3 00 EaehadditionaVTeothfOn Robber, Tern- ' porwy, lv60 A full set f Teeth (28) on Gold,.... 125 00 A half " - . (14) " . A. 65 00 One Toota, oa Gold, 2. ...... 10 00 Each ad.lrtioaai Tooth..... .. S 4 00 A full sot Q Silver, same aa Rubber, :4 ;' 40 -00 Alwlf .-' .- - " 20 00 One ToetV o Snver,.. ' 5 00 A full get of 38- Teeth, on Aluminum, 50 00 A half , U . - . 4 25 00 OaeToeib... "'. e:' S 00 Each additional Tooth,. ........... -. ,m.ti , 2 60 Kepairiojr on Rubber, each Tooth..... ,..'.. J 2 00 Resetttog Upper or Lower Set, .... .10 00 Extracting one (l'Tooth, with Gas or, i .Chloroform ............ 1 00 acli addirlonal Tooth, under same , op ' , - J .y eration, v,V .'"l.i. --i? 60 Extracting one (1) Tooth, ' -i 60 Filling ordinary cavities with gold, from $1 60 to 3 00 Large crown cavities, " . u u S 00 to 10 00 Treatmeht of nerve and filling nerve and ; - -crewn bp.vitie, from 2 00 to 10 0l Filling wlthWior Silver Amalgam,frosa : 1 00 to S 00 Cleaning Tet, from 50c ts to 5 M Treatment of -Irregularities of Teeth, . fri'B 6 0b to 60 00 All previous engagements for .work tote done n der this Bill of Prices. , . No deductions or deviation will ba made from tb above pyices 'in any case whatever. - - f ' . ;'. Term, Pontivelg CaJt. i i '" WM. R; WEBSTER, W. H. HEWETT' K. M. NEWTON, . - M. E. HILLIS, t' : THOa. ROSE, - A.N. NEWTON. - :.. Z Nominating Election. :ct . . . ' - '" 9 Candidates will be eharg'd uniformly 2 for announcing their name in the Palladium,' payment to be made in advanca. f) jj itdge7""' . '-; ' f-'i We are authorized to announce Ron.OKOax Hol land, as a candidal for Judge of tbe Criminal Cir cuit Court; subject to tbe Republican Nomination, i Hon. Jacob M. Hatnks ia a candidate for Judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit; subject to the Republi can nomination. Hon Joan Kibbt is a candidate for Judge of tb 13th Judicial Circuit, subject to the Republican nomina tion. PKOS-ATTTC. We are authorized to aanounca Dahisx W. Ma son, Esq., as a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney for . the Criminal Circuit Court of Wayne county, subject to the Republican Nomination. We are authorized to announce Hkxxy.C."? Fox, aa a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, for the Crim inal Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Re publican Nomination. COUNTY COMM189IOWC3S. f Wer ao Aortted t iMOmtSt AudhUm M Wr a caadiriote fu Ission to tihc oi Commies Toner, for itb -Northern PiKn:'. subject to the decision of the Republican Nominating Election. We art (i tWfeed lp aacoaare B1hah fokd, as a candidate for re-election to the clTice o' County Commissioner, from the Eastern District subject to the .decision of the Republican Nominatiat Election.-- A ---'; - We are anthorize&aVaaaoanee Olives T: Jonx, as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Comuiisftioiier, frryai tha Centre District, snbjpct o the decision of the republican Nominating EUctimi. TsWi ar authorised to antiobnee William Ckooes, as va eaodidate for County Coaamissioner. from the Eastern District, subject to the decision (if the Re publican Nominating Election, in April next. k We are authorize! to announce Jam k 51.' Ifn t., aa a candidate for County Coniraissioner, from the Centre District, subject to the decision ot the Repub lican Nominating Election. ".' We are authorized to announce Joeirn'MoiiRRY, of Cambridge City, lnd.,, as a candidate for; C uuty Commissioner, for tbe Western District, subject to the decision of the Republican Nominating Electi"n : We are authorized to announce Georvk Bchl, a candidate for County Commissioner, fur tbe feast em District, iiubiect to the decision of tbe Republi can Nominating Election. CLERK OF THE COURTS ! , " We are authorized to announce Hskry C. Lnt-gor, as a candidate for Clerk of tbe Courts of Waj-ce County, subject to the decision of the Republican Party at tbe nominating aleotion, in April next. We are authorized to announce WiixiakW. Dcu txr4 as - a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Courts of Wayne County, subject to the decision ot the Republican Nominating Election. , RECORDER. - 0 f -v- '! --' ' We ar authorized to announce Calvtx R. Jott;: son as a candidate Jor Recorder of ; Wavna cotmtv, subject to the decision oi the nominating election ii April next. ' '. ( '. , .i i' Ve are authorized" to announce, Jarne? Wl Wilson, as a candidate for Recorder of Way i County, subject to the Republican ne-mi nation.- -''- ' - '--' 'ji ---:- - , - . Weare authorized to anaooac Jakes A.-McMka.vs, as a candidate for Recorder of Warne eeimtr. suii. hect to .the decision of the Repablicaa nomioat:3g election in apni -next. . .. . - . , . We are aatborixed to anaoance ' Sampm. P. IJkk sisgton, as a candidate for Coantf Recorder, si!-tet to the nomination of the Republican party, in AirU aext.i vi y . 4., . I v Wo are authorized to announce Capt. John Hukt. as a candidate for County Recorder, subject . to the decisioa of the Republican Nominating Election, iu April next. . We are authorised to announce BtJBacss J. Lsia, as a candidate for County Recorder. subject to the decision of the Repablicaa Nominating Election. . We are authorized to announce Jesse E. Joxfk, fi1 a' candidate for Reccrderof .Wayne County, subject to tbe decision of tbe Nominating; Election,' ia A;r:l next. - i ; .f We are authorited to annonnoe Dr. Lj D, Pebw n ETT,of Washington, Clay township, aa a eandf.Litu for Recorder, subject t) the deeision of the Repot H can nominating election. ; ; . . . - - Weare authorized to announce Jrssr OrEBHAN. for the office of Recorder of. Wayne Countr, Bu'-k'Ct toths decisioa of tbe Republican Nomination. - SHERIFF. : ' '. " " We are authorized to announce Mask Mavulin, a a a candidate for Sheriff of Wayne eounty, sublet to the decisioa of the Republican nomination, in ''April next. . . We are authorized to announce Johs S.Tovge-. ktt, of Harrison Township, as - a candidate fur Sheriff of Wayne county, subject to the decision, r.i the Repnlican Nominating Election a Aprf. t:.tt. - We are authorized to announce John J. RVinf.t, as a candidate for the nomination of Sheriff" of Vraj na County, at the nomination election to be held op the first Monday in ApriF next. We are authorized to annonoce Williaii IT. Sicrv, as a candidate for Sheriff of Warne County, sn' ; ;.t to the Republican ncmiaating election, r We are authorized to announce Joax S. MoObiv , as a candidate for Sheriff of Wayne County, siiK)"?. to the decision of the Republican- nomination in April next.- ' - .-.r. -. We are authorized to announce Capt. P. F. Yjg gins, as a candidate for Sheriff of Wayne eoun?v,. subject to the decision of the Jkepubllcan Nomina ting-' Election. . . ' -, .-, . . : . - Weare authorized to announce Wm. L. Botp, :v candidate for Sheriff of Wayne countv, subject to tU decision of the KepoMioaa Nominating ElecH';, in April. . We are authorized to announce John SI. PaxIhoK as a candidate- for Sheriff of Wayne countv, su' i, ot' to the decision of the Republican- Nominating Elec tion. , , . : f . "We are authorized to annonnce C. B. pRAirCf.i;nv of'Clay Townsliip, as a candidate lrr Micrif? of Wayno county; subject to'the'decision of the Rcpub. lican Nominating Election., s , . We are au)horied to announce Johv Sts akxh, as a candidate for SheriflTbf' Warne County, sublet. f;i the decision of the Republican Nominating Kiect;iu We are authorized to announce Jacob Uloom, as a candidate for Sheriff of Wayne Countv, subject to the decision of the Republican Nowiinating Election, in April next. : t : '-. "t . AUDITOR. , J; ' We are authorized to announce- Jesse H. Brown, (at present the School Examiner for Wayne eouuly,) as a candidate for Auditor, subject to the decision" of tbe April nominating election., - - . ' -Weare authorized to annonnoe' D.N. Bero, as a candidate for Auditor of Wayne. County,. Subject tu the decision of the Republican Nomiimting Election . We are authorized to announce Caleb 3. Drr If au wat, as a candidate for Auditor of Warne Co mtv, subject to thedecisionuf the Republican Xoaiiuitiu -Election. " . ,' . We are authorised to announce W. C. Jeperts.-hs a candidate for Auditor of Wayne county, subject to the Nominating Election of. the Republican paiiv. We are authorized to announce D-r. S". 3. llovi, as a candidate for Auditor of Wayne county, subject to the decision of tbe nominating election in April next. We are authorized toi aay Eliot M Pabkeh, is m candidate for Auditor of Wayne countv, subject to the nominating election in April. - Weaie authorized to announce Capt.THADBurs W, 0. Braffbtt, a a condidata 6r Aaditor of. Wmiii 06nnty,sa-bjct to the decision of the notniaalin Election in April next. !' t We are authorized to announce J. R. Roam, as :t caudidata for County Auditor, subject to the Repub lican Nomfaating Election, in April next. 1. e islHtnre RE PR ESENTATI ES. ' We are autboriced to at sou nee ftlaj, B. L. Mar tin, as a candidate for Representative, subject to U; o decision of the Republican Nominating Election. We are authorized to announce Wm. E. McDow rt 1. as a candidate for Representative, subject to tbe de -cision of the Republican Neniinatiog Election. Editor "Pal Antra Please aufiounce Noehi? Jones, as a candidate for Representative, at thu nr.. p roach ing April nominating Election, and oblige t ; . t Many Voters. " We re authorized to announce that Dr. D. I.esit will be a candidate for' Representative of Wa vno Couuty in the Legislature, subject to the notninaiiou of the Republican Party. "..- We are authorized to annonnoe Milton H. Jessrr, as a candidate for Representative to the Legislature, subject to the decision of the Republican Nomina ting Election. . , , . ; - Weare authorized to announce Jobs. I. Vsiisn wood, as a candidate for Representative,, subject to the Republican Nominattoa. . . ,1-. W are authorised toaonoance WnuiM . Elli ott, of Centre township, as a candidate to repres nt Wayne Countv in the Legislatare, subject to tbe de cision of the Republican Nominating Eleetioa.' , 1 We are authorized to announce- Robert jO. D jk. mer, as a candidate for Representative ia the next Legislature, subject to the Nomination of the Repub licans cf Wayne county. - I l, .. We are authorized to auaotvnce William Biij km, as a candidate for re-election to the othco of Repre sentative tJ the State Legislature, subject to the de cision of the Republican Nominating election. We are authorized to announce Geo.' IT.; Smith as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the u? cisioa of the Republican nominating election in April next. ...... v ... ... . senate. : . " . .". .;";-"": : We are authorized to announce LrTBRR M. Merfn'3, as a candidate to represent Wayne County in t!i State Satiate, subject to the deeision pf the-. RepubU cau Nomination.; n , .. i... , ; We are authorized tt annonnoe Henry C. JIke cith, as a candidate for tbe Stats Senate, subject t-.i the decision of the Republican Nomination, in April. ' We are authorized to announce Othniel I'erson, as a candidate for the State Senate, subject tc the decision ot the Republican nominating election. ; -. We are authorized to aonowoce W. Tr Dswsrs, at -a candidate for State Senate, subject to tka dacinan of tbe Republican Nomination. TREASURER. ! V, . ,' . We are authorize 1 io announce David Vorovk, as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject te the Republican Nomination. , - i .- ." - Weare authorized to snnvnnce Maj. John Sim, ns A candidate for re-election to the-officoof Couuty Tsoasoyer subject to the decision of the Repub! ican Nominating Convention. t.- ol-it i:,it.,?v r.I ;:' -. . mace, as a candidate tor Treasurer ot w aynt four. ty; Subject to the decision of the Republican Xom;. natingeloction. i, .,:.;, -jjij t y,?.-. ;, COimTYSI RVEYOB. 5 ' ' -We are authorised to aoooance Robert A. How. ARD, as a candidate for County Surveyor, soliect lo the decision of the Republican Nominating' JWotioa,!