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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1904.
SEVE2T. Pennsylvania Lines TIME TABLE. Trains Run by Central Stan lard Tims, in Effect Sunday. Nov. 29. 1903. CINCINNATI LINE. DEPT. AKRITK Ohi and Cln Express 4:15am 11:1 -am IVxlACln Mall 6:U)m tlUOpm OU1 and Oin Kxp 10:lam 11 :uupra Mackinaw andOlu Aoo 8:45pm 2 (Xum Chi a Cln Kip A Mail 4:Ortom 9 :t0am Northland Express 5:15am JO.d'.'pm IN DIAN APOL.I8 L.IN 15. New York A Ht. Louis Mail.4:f0am 4 45 m at. Louis limited 4:45am 8:40pm New York A St Louis Mall. .10:15am 4:o0pm New York A St Louis Exp.. 1:25pm 8:50am N Y A Kt Louis Kast Mall .10:10pm 8:00im Bradford A Indpls Aco io lOvm H:4it)tn St L & N Y SlailA Exp 7:0pm CJilCAGO LINE. Chi A Cln Mall 7:0pm fl :20am Hlcliinond & Loi?an Aco 6:45am 6:40pin CM Fast Man jt Kip 11:15am 4:06am Cm A Lugansport Aoo 5:00pm 8:48am Oln A Olxi Nlht Exp 11:15pm 8:5opm DAYTON & XENIA LINE Dart, Xenla A Columbus ..9:55am 10:00am Ools, Pitts A New York 8:55am 10:loam Day t, Xenia A Columbus. . loi'pm Pitts, New York, Wash A Baltimore 4:55pm 1:20pm Dayton A Xenia Aco Si 'faui St. Louis AN Y Limited 8:-Upm 4:3 am PIQUA. URBANA A COLUMBUS LIN a at Louis AN YMail 5:85am 5;tara Indianapolis A Cols Aco 10:15am Pitts A i-ast Mall A Kxp 7:30pm 9:lopm Indpls A Bradford Aco 8:57pm ll:aoaa GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA KY. F. W., O. R. A Mack Ex fi:40am 8:40pm G. P.. A Mackinaw -:opni 8:-2aui Northland Express 10.55pm 5loani Sunday Accommodation it:4opm Daily. All other trains dally exoe Sunday. C. VT. ELMER, Ticket Agent T. F. MTIiPHY. fetation .Master Time Schedule KtTective April 27th, 1903. EAST AND SOUTH. AM No. 2. jaor, 845 io oa 10 17 10 11 30 PM PM No. 4. No. C, Lt Ar . Richmond.... Cottage Grove Collrtge Corn'r Oxford Hamilton Cincinnati t8 40 4 30 4 49 5 00 8' ',8 85 0 15 .. 8 8Ji io oo; 10 56 AM PM PM No. I No. 8 No. 5 8 80 J8 SO 7 30 10 50 a 50 9 33 Lt. Cincinnati .. Ar. Rlohtnond.. NORTH A!D VXTtT. AM PM AM PM 6 9 35 11 10 12 10 12 2a 1 45 1 3 7 Lt. Richmond Ar. Muncle.... ' Jonesboro . " Marlon " Peru.... " N. Jndson. flO 12 25 1 25 . m 10 5 00 ::so 7 25 8 25 8 40 10 00 t OoO 12 -25 1 25 138 3 10 Lt.N. Jndion...., .... Lr. Peru 6 00 Ar. Richmond .... 8 05 tDally exoant Sunday. 13 m 1100 1 20 8 40 S 3 55 Snnd.y. Alloth- r trains aaiiy. For rates or information regarding con nections. Inquire of J. . J.x.c. J .T A-)Rloaraoa4, W. B. OiitowAT. O. P. A. f Indiana. TRAINS sd Every Wczk Day TWO ON SUNDAY TO Monde, Marion, Pern and Northern Indiana cities via C. C. & L Leave Richmond Week day 10:50 a, m., 5:50 p. m. Sunday 10:50 a. m., 9:35 p. m. Through tickets sold to ali points. For particulars enquire of C. A. Blair. 0. P. A, Home Tel. 44 rae&sco rOS Angeles Three fast trains to the Pacific Coast daily via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line, the direct trans-continental route from Chicago. The Overland Limited the fast electric-lighted train be tween Chicago and California is the most luxurious train in the world, leaving Chicago daily at 8:00 p. m. Less than three days en route. Two other fast trains leave Chicago daily for the Pacific Coast at 10:30 p. in. and 11:35 p. m. U he 'Best of Everything Ai! agents sell tickets via this route. F ' ""''time schedules, maps an J rite to or c.iil on i.H.Waggiaer Trmling gt, C.&N.W.Rr. 22 Fifth Ave. Chicag lilnoia A W1S9 5an T Portland TIME CAED. Riclimond Street & Intemrban Hail way Company. Cars leave hourly for Centerville. East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton, from 5 a. m. to 11 p. in., returning same hours. Sun same hours, except first car leaves at 6 a. m. Indianapolis Cars. Limited cars leave eighth and Main street (by city cars transferring at west side barns) at 7:45 a. m., 11:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. Limited cars leave Indianapolis for Richmond same hours. These cars stop only at Big Four crossing, Cam bridge City, Dunreith, Knightstown md Greenfield. Local cars leave Richmond for In dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. C. A. Denman, Superintendent. FIRE ALARM EOXES. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of Seventh. 12 First and south C, piano factory. 13 Second and south B. 14 Fourth and south D. 15 Fifth and south B. 10 Fifth and south II. IS Seventh and south II. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, Between Seventh and Eleventh. 21 Eighth and Main, 23 Eighth and south E. 24 Seventh and south G. rj .,- 25 Ninth and south A. 20 -Tenth and south C. 27 Eleventh and Main. ' 23 Eleventh and south J. THIRD DISTRICT, South of Main, East of Eleventh. 31 Twelfth and south B. 32 Twelfth and south E. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 35 Fourteenth and south C. " 30 Eleventh and south A. 37 Twentieth and Main. FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of Tenth to River. 41 Third and Main, Robinson's shop 42 Third and North C. 43 City Building. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. 4G-No. 1 Hose House, N. Eighth. 47 Champion Roller Mills. 4S Tenth and North I. FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 51 West Third and National Road. 52 West Third and Kinsey. "3 West Third and Richmond Ave. 54 Earlham College. 55 State and Boyer. 50 Grant and Ridge. 57 Hunt and Maple. 5S Grant and Sheridan. 59 Bridge Ave., Paper Mill. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of E, East of Tenth. 61 Railroad Shops. 62 Hut ton's Coffin Factory. 63 Hoosier Drill Works. 64 Wayne Agricultural WoKks. 65 Richmond City Mill Works. 66 Westcott Carriage Works. 67 Thirteenth and North II. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D., East of Tenth. 7 Ninth and North A. 71 Eleventh and North B. 72 Fourteenth and North C. 73 No. 3 Hose House, East End. 74 Eighteenth and North C. 75 Twenty-second and North E. SPECIAL SIGNALS. 1-2-1 Fire Out. 10-10-10 Natural Gas Off. 10 Natural Gas On. 312 Noon and 6 p. m. $150,000 FOR. Athletic Events V ' In the Great Arena at the Exposition 4l TOR A ROUTT j- A 7x)okattheMapiL 3 9 "S) OF THE SHORT LINES f v-' 1904 i i FAST AND FURIOUS Was tlie Discussion in House Over Old Kentucky Indiana Feud. A DEMAND FOR TAYLOR Representative James of Kentucky Startetl Discussion by a Series of Kxtraordiimry Assertions. Mr. Crnmpacker Kepliel for Indiana and the Inter-State How Ile came General. Washington, Feb. 4. Indiana and Kentucky locked horns in the house, and the debate, which involved nearly every member of both state delega tions, was fast and furious from start to finish. Kentucky demanded of In diana the return of W. S. Taylor that he might be tried for the assassination of William Gocbel. The attack Vvas Bill WILLIAM S.-TAYLOB made by Mr. James cf Kentucky, and the defense was led by Mr. Crumpack er of Indiana. Partisan feeling rose o an extreme tension. The diplomatic appropriation bill w?as under consid eration at the time. Mr. James fired both sides of the house to interest and feeling by de claring at the outset that "the Rough Rider president" was ridiculous in his message to congress favoring interna tional extradition treaties when one state could not get from another fugi tives from justice. He had, he said, introduced a bill in which the federal government made extradition compul sory where persons had been identified for crime. For four years, he ' said, Governor Durbin cf Indiana had protected Tay lor, who had been regularly indicted in Kentucky for the murder of Cloebel, "and yet I notice that when Durbin comes to town," continued Mr. James, "he is wined and dined by this great Don Quixote upon extradition, who ab solutely confides to Durbin the right to give the waiting and anxious world the news that Hanna can run for pres ident if he wants to. And when wre all read that we again declare "the King can do no wrong." These remarks met Democratic ap plause and laughter, but stirred the opposition to action, and for some thing like two hours many members were on their feet at a time and the criminal and political records of both Kentucky and Indiana were handled without gloves. The Democrats main tained that a state government had no right to take the question of "fair trial" into consideration in honoring extradition papers from another state, while the Republicans maintained that history would justify Indiana's action in this case. When Mr. Crumpacker took the floor in defense of Indiana he was beset by a volley of questions from the Democratic side, and was hardly able to maintain the thread of his argument on account of interrup tions. The tension was lessened and better nature restored by the interposition of a speech on the reorganization of the consular service by Mr. Adams of Pennsylvania, but it afterward broke out again under the lead of Mr. Stan ley of Kentucky, only to be again quelled by a long speech against Can adian reciprocity of Mr. Volsted of Minnesota. IN THE SENATE World's Fair Appropriation Bill Causes Discussion. , Washington, Feb. 4. After almost allowing the amendment to the urgent deficiency appropriation bill providing for a loan of $4,()00,000 to the St. Louis exposition to get through without any discussion whatever, the senate chang ed its tactics just as the vote was about to be taken and began a debate on the loan provision which continued for about four hours and was still in progress when the senate adjourned for the day. The debate was precipitated by a point of order made against the amendment by Mr. Bailey, who main tained that the national government was not, as such, concerned with the success or failure of any exposition. He was supported by Mr. Lodge and Mr. Elkins, while speeches were m Ide in support of the amendment by Messrs. Hale, Allison, Cockrell, Spoon er, McComas and others. The debate took a political turn at one time. Mr. Gorman took advan tage of a declaration that the condition of the treasury was such as to render it unwise to enter upon this expendi ture to charge the party in power with mismanagement. Mr. Spooner replied in defense of the administration. The debate throughout was spirited but good-natured and tho galleries were well entertained. THE POSTAL TRIAL' indebtedness of Lorenz to Machen Is Shown by Defense. Washington, Feb. 4. Counsel for the defense in the postal trial pro duced a note dated July 11893, for $25,000 drawn by George E. Lorenz in favor of August W. Machen. In the opening statement of the defense Kum ler, in behalf of Lorenz, said he would prove the existence of an indebtedness of this amount on the part of Lorenz to Machen. The note, he said, was offered for this purpose and as ex plaining the various remittances for warded by Mr. Lorenz to Machen. A hundred or more notes aggregating over $53,000 were identified by Presi dent S. D. Carr of the National Bank of Commerce of Toledo, O., as having been discounted by his bank on the indorsement of Lorenz and his brother and Machen and the loans having been made to enable them to develop their oil properties in Wood county, Ohio. Mr. Carr further testified that Machen had sold out his interest to Lorenz, the bank thereafter accepting the single indorsement of George E. Lorenz. English Channel Disturbed. London, Feb. 4. The English chan nel has been visited by extraordinary weather for the past few days, and todal waves have done considerable damage on the coasts of both England and France. Earthquake shocks were felt on the Island of Jersey. Unusual ly high tides flooded many coast towns, wrecking sea walls and cliffs and do ing much damage, while continuous gales and rains have flooded miles of the Thames valley and caused the greatest inconvenience. Similar re ports havg been received from the Coast of Portugal, where the sea has invaded villages and destroyed the crops. The breakwaters at Cascades and Figueira have been demolished. Action Involving Millions. Boston, Feb. 4. The American Bell Telephone company is ordered to give an accounting to the Western Union Telegraph company, the successful plaintiff in a damage suit involving millions against the telephone compa fi bv Judee Co?t in the United States circuit court. Judge Colt also appoint' ed Everett W. Burdett, special master to take charge of the accounting and to hear all evidence that may be pre sented. The suit of the Western Un ion company was to recover royalties from the American Bell company on certain inventions and the present ac tion is concerning the amount of mon ey to be paid over. Girls Go on Strike. Chicago, Feb. 4. Five hundred op eratives at the Frank Diehl branch of the American Can company have struck, tying up the plant. Reduction in wages was the cause. Most of the strikers are girls who operate the cutting, stamping and soldering ma chines. The plant is picketed by the girls. Navy Honors Whitney. Washington, Feb. 4. Secretary Moody today issued an order to com manding officers of the navy directing that the flags on all ships throughout the navy and at all navy yards and stations shall be half-masted on Fri day, the day of ex-Secretary Wm. C. Whitney's funeral. Town's Serious Loss. Cairo, Ills., Feb. 4. Fire destroyed the business portion of Grand Chain, Ills., causing a loss of more than $50, 000. The fire started in a hotel and destroyed eighteen buildings. MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices for Grain, Provisions and Livestock on Feb. 3. Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. ;Wht Wagon, 93o; Ke. i red. strong, 9T Cora Strong; So. 2 miiw. 45a. IfOftta Strong; Na S mi jmx!, 40 He Hay Clover, SJ.sO'fcS.OO; timothy, $10.00.9 12.06; mftlet, Sft.6X39.ea. Cttl Steadr t ti.MOT.lS. Et-Strong at t4.eOOe.15. Bhevp Steady at t2.75ft.7S. . Lambs Steadr at 6.005.90. ' Grain and Provisions at Chicago. Opened Closed Wheat Mar -98 .PSJ$ Jalf JV4 .44 Pept. 79 .80 Corn Mar IV4 6t JnlT J 50 8ept i&X .9H Oala Mar 7i Jnlr 39 .SH Sept 38i .33f Perk Mar l-5 13.65 Lard May 7.S5 7.57 Jnly 7-62 I 7.62 Uib Mar 6.80 jnir...- e.95 CiOKin? cnah market Wheat. $1.00: oora, 4U.e; oau, 41ic; pork, 113.17; lard, 17.45; ribi HU2 At Cincinnati. Wheat Firm; No. 3 red, 90e. Corn Steadr: No. mixed, 46 'o, -ST Oats Quiet; No. 3 mixed. iSje. ' ' Cattle Dull at $2.004.0. Hot a Firm at S3.iO.2. w-W" Shoep Dull at 11.60(14.25. 7L' ' Lambs Dull at 3.75S.60. ' Livestock at Chicago. Cattle Slow; steer $5.503.75; stockara aid feeders, t. 5004. 00, . Hog Steair at J3.00 ..10. Sheep Lower at 3.00Vt4.tO. ; - PjLambs Steady at $3.60.00. -JI.? -Zzst- At New York. Cattle Firm at Ji.23fta5.00. ZT TZ'' Hogs Firm at $4.50(5.40. ViX'" , Bheep Firm at $3.S014.B.". HT Lambs Steadr at 5.00(.65. prr East Buffalo Livestock. f Cattle Steady at S3.75"$5.25. E'SKJW t Hog Active at $4.406.20., v I SJweiv Steady at 13.lArtr-4.flS. ' BLaaaCa steady at $4.008.40. li ' q'-wyfHUHP , ii.ui i i POLO Saturday Night, FeB. 6. CT3 Elwood vs. COME! COME! That's what the people are loin at the Model Depart ment Store. Last week was 1-5 larger in cash receipts than the week be fore. Just a little of our muslin underwear still remains. Come and se cure at least one or more of the bargains. The TRADING STAMPpeo ple appreciate the great amount of Stamps we are using. THIS WEEK ONLY: AVith each and every Jacket, "Wrap and Suit that we sell we will give $5.00 worth of Trading Stamps. FREE. Also our Outing Flannel. Fleece lintd Viidnvear, and Fleece lined "NVaistings still go at the re duced price 01 last week which is 25 per cent less than the goods can be bou-ht"tod;y. gTsF "'-" I !J "t IN CUS GROCERY DEPARTMENT: '-. ' ' -i Saturday we sold 129 pounds of Tea and this week we will be allowed to give you Basket Fire Japan Uneclored Japan Imperial Gun Powder Tea at the low price 45e per lb. $2 .00 worth of Trading Stamps extra with each pound. ' ' ' ' -' 'y r :--r. WEDNESDAY ONLY WE WILL SELL YOU.., ' v- 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00, ' ; 21 lbs. A Sugar for $1.00. ; ',' - 22 lbs. Light Extra C Sugar for $1.00. ' " $1.00 worth of Trading Stamps Extra with each $1.00 worth. The finest potatoes in the city S5c bushel, 2.'3c per pk. Do not forget to come with the majority and swell the crowd that is helping' to start the Department Store that will alwaj's save money for the consumer. TRADING STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES. Yours forjnnrc liusiiiess, TlroMIW mm WW WW Puts an End to It. A grievous wail oftimes come as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs. Dizziness, Backache, Liver complaint and Constipation. But thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills they put an end to it. all. They the gentle but thorough. Try them. Only 25e. Guaranteed by A. G. Lu ken & Co., druggists. Grandpa "I feel like a youngster ike a youth of 20, young, strong and healthy, I lay it all to Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea." Good for the aged and infirm. 35 cents, tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Coughs and colds down to the very borderland of consumption, yield to the soothing healing influences of Dr. Wood's Norway' Pine Syrup. End of Bitter Fight. "Two physicians had a long and j stubborn fight with an abscess on my j right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of j DuPont, Ga. "and gave me up. Ev- j erybody thought my time had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days. Now I've entirely regained my health." It conquers all Coughs, Colds and Throat and Lum: troubles. Guaran teed by A. (I. Luken & Co., drug- gists. Pricf bottles fief. 50 c, and $1.00. Trial Susan Whatever causes facial eruptions, cause black heads and pimples. Would advise you to stop eating sweets. Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Makes the skin soft and beautiful. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Ely's Liauid Cream Balm is an old friend in a new form. It is pre pared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes. All the heal ing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new preparation. It does not dry up the secretions. Price, including spraying tube, 75 cents. At your druggist's or Ely Brothers, 56 Warren street. New York, will mail it. Is it a burn? Use Dr. Thomas' Ec lectrie Oil. A cut? Use Dr. Thomas' Eeleeferie Oil. At year rnifgisrs. Cherry Pectorall If your doctor says this is the best cough medicine you can take, then take it. We are willing to leave it with him. tiZEZ: Riclimond. Harness for show and harness for every day use may mean difference In quality In some makes here tbey are Identical In strength and durabil ity. More style, of course, in fancy driv ing harness; bat all car harness Is made from good stock and every set maintains onr reputation as ta workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse equipments at very moderate prices. Tlie Wiggins Co, Four doctors said I Trould die of stomach troubles and appendicitis; three packages of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea made me well and healthy. Daniel Winston, Burling ton, Vt. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. lotel Rates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair official amphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex osition of 1904, address E. A. Ford, jreneral Passenger Agent Pennsylva-lia-Vandalia Lines, Pittsburg, Pa. Given Passengers for the South. Via Pennsjdvania Short lines. Trains run solid from Richmond to Cincin nati, where passengers will be met by ennsylvania representatives and as sisted on trains of connecting lines. Baggage may be checked through from starting point, and every facili ty wrill be extended for a oonvenient and comfortable trip if arranged for through C. W. Elmer, ticket agent of Pennsylvania lines. Suicide Prevented. The startling announcement that a preventitive of suicide has been dis covered will interest many. A run down system, or despondency invari ably precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely. At the first thought of self destruc tion take Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system. It's also a great Stom ach, Liver and Kidney regulator. Only 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran teed by A. G. Luken & Co., drug gists. Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of the body; Doan's Ointment. At any drug store, 50 j. , . run . yj ' . - PniS Will! UP la Jl J Ha Lj Illy