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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901.
EEVZ2T. TIME SCHEDULE 41m a a & l. Effective Feb. 7ih, 1901 EAST AND SOUTH AM I'M PM Vo. 2 No 4 No 6 Daily Dully Bin oaly ex. Sun. Lv R'cMnd 8.B" I.v cirove .3o 5.0 " ArCnduiiaw U.:W 0.5o 1UU AM PM No. 1 N-8 1 Dally Dally IjV Cincinnati 7.45 o.l5 Ar Richmond 10.-J0 NOItTII AND WEST AM PM No 1 No. 3 rnUv Pally L.V Richmond to.:) Ar M uncle H- Ar Marion l".iO Ar Peru :V"pm D-: Ar North Judsim 4.05pm AM AM PM . No. 2 No. 4 No. ii " lally lully Sua 0BI7 ex. Sun. I,v North Judson ' -!"ftm f,v IVru 12.10pm 2.r Ar Uichmond 4.0pm 6.;i For rates or Information regarding con nections inquire of O. ( A BLAIR, Home Phone 44 City Ticket Agent. TRAINS Every Day Monde, larioo, Pern and Northern Indiana cities via c c. Leave Richmond Daily, 1 0:20 am 8:00 p m Through tickets sold to all points. For particulars enquire oi C. A. Blair. U. P. A, Home Tel. 44 R EDSJC-n RATES SOUTHERN POINTS On account MARDI GRAS ROUND TRIP RATE Richmond to New Orleans .... $24 25 Mobile 22 85 44 Pensacola 22.85 Selling date, Feb. 9th to loth. Return limit, March 5th. For further information call on C. A. Blair, C. X. A. Home Telephone -1 1 1904 M $150,000 ; FOR. Athletic Hvents in the Great Arena at the Exposition Mftook at theMa or THE mmmmm SSOST LINES MARDI GRAS EXCURSIONS To New Orleans, Motile and Pensaco la via Pennsylvania Lines. February Dili to 15th, inclusive, ex cursion tickets to New Orleans, La., Mobile, Ala., and Pensaeola, Fla., will be rold via Pennsylvania line4?. Fares, time of trains, etc., furnished by ticket agents of the Pennsylvania lines. , jVrt ion T W M TIME TABLE CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV. Iu Efuct 2 p. m , Feb. 7. ? I.ST WARD Pifh nnl l.ok'Kii Ac Ex Chicago Mali mid Kx'' Cin aU'l M&c. t-'x Cm and !,' ra:i Ex Cin and RU-h Ac Kx Cin au l Mack Mail and Ex Cm und Chi Mail und Ex-' EASTWARD f hi and Cin Mail und Ex Mack aod Cin Mail and Ex Itich and O n Ac Kx Lojjan aiul Cin Ac. Kx Mack and Cits Kx Fast South and Mnil Logau end Kicu Ac Arrive 11 10 am 2.00 pm 4 4i fru 7 I'o pai 10. "0 pm 11. tO pin 4.05 am Depart 6 45 am 11. l-i am 5.00 pm 11.15 pm 4 15 am 5 15 am 7 Xi am 1 Mam ; i '. 4.ihj pin 41.43 am 8.55 pm 5.40 pin COLUMBUS AND 1XDIANAPOLI3 In Effect 9 a. m., Nov. 2. WESTWACD DIV. 4.4 3 am N Y and St L Maii St L Fan Ex St L Fan Mail and Ex ol and Ind Ac Ex N Y and St L Mail and Ex Col aud Ind Ac Kx 4 50 am 4.45 am 10 15 am 10 ) am 1 25 pm 10 10 pm 5.85 am 10. lo am 8 57 pm 7 00 pm 10.25 am 1 .- j pin 915 pm EASTWABD 5.23 am St L and N Y Mail and Ex 9 45 am Ind and Col Ac Mail and Kx" 9 50 am St L and N Y Fast Mail 3 45 pm Ind and C1 Ac Ex 4 5 pm Feuna special (Mail) 7.20 pm St L and N Y Mail and Ex 8.40 pm St L and N Y Limited Ex DAYTON AND XEXIA V.1V. In Effect 12.01 p. m., Jan. 24 WESTWARD St L Fast Ex Pprinirfd and U.ca Ac St L. Fast Mail and Ex Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex EASTWARD Rich and Sprin Mail and Fx Rich and Xeuia Ac Ex N Y Fast Mail Penna Special Mail and Ex St L and N Y Liuiltcd Ex 4 87 am 10.00 am 10.10 am 10.02 pm 5 HO am 8.15 am 9 55 am 4 55 pm 8.49 pm GRAND RAPID3 AND INDIANA RY. In Effect 2 p m., Jan. 10 SOUTHWARD 4.35 am Mack and Cin Mail and Ex 9.42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex 3.40 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 8.45 pm Sunday Ac NORTHWARD Rich and G R Mail and Ex Cin and Mack Mail and Ex Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 5.4o am 2.0 pm 10.55 pm n.i ."I rr SQnnilaff nnlff All tniinr TinlASR otherwise indicated, depart and arrive daily, except Sunday. TIME TABLE O ay to n and Western Traction Co. In effect Jan. 35. 1004. Cars leave union station, sonth 8th street, oi-ortr hnnr 7!ix and 45 minutes after every hour until 7:45 p. m., 9:0, 9:15 and 11 p. m., lor JNew fans, ew vvusivnie.ew Paris, FJaton West Alexandria, Dayton. Xenia, Tippecanoe, Troy, Plqua, Spring field, Urbana, London, Columbus. r ...-- i. t . . riavtAn nt Q r 1 n stors on 1 v at i i .7 1 til 1. v ' ' ' . ' ' I ' ' " " " 1 ' . New Westvilie. New Hope, Eaton, West Aiexanaria anu way pom is east. 9:15 and 11 p. m. cars to West Alexandria TVTv... Parlo 1 Sr It 1 CO f bftrflS t 4 rill t 8:20, 10:20 a. m., 12:20, 2:20, 4:20, 6:20 and 9:15 p. in. For further information call phone 209. C. U. BAK Ell, Agent. AN ALARM CLOCK Xliese dark moriilngs is a liouseliold necessity. WE HAVE THEM 75c and S1-G0 HORNADAY'S HARDWARE STORE Phone 199 816 Main Street Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn sylvania Lines. February 10th and 11th, excur sion tickets to Indianapolis, account Indiana Pythian Jubilee, Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, will be sold via Pennsylvania lines. Ticket agents of Pennsylvania lines will give full particulars. One way Colonist Rates to the iVest and Northwest via The C, C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, fcc. For further information call on 1 A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. Low Pares to Georgia via Pennsyl vania Lines. Excursion tickets to Atlanta, Ga., will be sold via Pennsylvania lines February 20th and 21st, account De partment of Superintendence Nation al Educational association. For fares, time of trains, etc., apply to ticket agents of the Pennsylvania linea Who was your grandfather of 1CO0 'ears ago? We know how to trace rour foreparents back, perhaps far eyond the origin of Your fumily laroe. Please enclose a stamp for eply when you write, for we work Aeap. Address Samuel B. Huddles on, Dublin, Ind. Reduced Fares to Evansville, Ind., via Pennsylvania Lines. Tickets at reduced fares will be sold February 12th and 13th to Evansville, Ind., via Pennsylvania lines, account annual meeting, Lin coln league of Indiana. Inquire of ticket agents Pennsylvania lines for particulars. All the healing balsamic virtues of the Norway pine are concentrated in Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Na ture's owi remedy for eoughs and colds. IVomon - Rejoice in ilealtli ami Beauty. Soa Phora Givs3 Perfect Health and Health Ileaii3 Beauty for Wom enThey All Kejoice in its Wonderful Work. Trial Bottle Free to Every Woman. There is ocly ono thing for a weak and suffer ing woman to do and that is to use Zoa Phora. It makes uo dUIerouco how many remedies you have tried or how many doctors have treated you that failed. Zoa Phora cures tlieso cases one and all. Thousands upon thousands of letters from suiTering women throughout the land provo this, so that none can fall to be convinced. It is the greatest blassing cf the ai?e for suffering women. It cures all irregular ities, misplacements, painful and suppressed periods, makes childbirth easy, cures liver, bladder und kidney troubles and regulates the change of lifo. It will brins joy and health and happiness to any suffering woman just as it has always done aud never failed to do. Miss Tlorabpl Classing, 213 VT. Lincoln St., Kokomo, Ind., says: ' I can truly say that Zoa Phora lias completely cured me of my awful suffering; I am perfectly regular now and I don't suffer at all at that time. I do not have ovarian pain any more, and the loucorrliea has entirely disapjieared. I feel better now than I have in four years, and I know that it was Zoa Phora that cured mo, and it will cure others If it cured me, because I know that nobody can suffer any more than I did, for I suffered death over and over. 1 would not be without Zoa Phora, for it is Indeed Woman's Friend.' " I will say that whoever don't believe Zoa Phora Is a pood medicine for women to take, they don't know what they are talking about, and whoever don't believe this statement, let them please write to me and I will certainly tell them the same, if they wiil send addressed stamped envelope. I will answer any one who wants to write and find out if it is so. " Tou can use my name in any way that will help you with your medicine, and I will be glad to have you do so." "Write the Zoa Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., (or a free trial bottle and copy of their illus trated medical book, "Dr. Pengelly's Advice to women." The doctor will gladly givo free special advice when needed. Zoa Phora 13 for sale at $1.00 a bottle by all druggists. MORPHINE What is to Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victims? Can They Be Cured? This question is agitating the minds of the best ministers, doctors and thinking men of today. There are over a million drug users in the Unit ed States alone, and the number is rapidly increasing. All unite in say inc that a reliable cure is the only salvation. This is no ordinary dis ease and yields to no ordinary drugs or methods of treatment. We now offer our treatment which we guaran teen will cure any case of Morphine, Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine or other drug habit or refund your money. To any person suffering from this dread ful disease we will send a trial pack age of our treatment absolutel' free. Write today. All correspondence strictly confidential in' plain en elopes. Address, Manhattan Thera peutic Association, Dep't B., 1135 Broadway, New York City. Puts an End to It. A grievous wail oftimes come as a esult of unbearable pain from over axed organs. Dizziness, Backache, Liver complaint and Constipation. But thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills they put an end to it all. They tLe gentle but thorough. Try them. Only 25c. Guaranteed by A. G. Lu ken & Co., druggists. Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house just when it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts, wounds of every sort. When you feel like sighing sing, Sighing will never pleasure bring, Learn to laugh and laugh right By taking Rocky Mountain Tea at night. A. G. Luken & Co. Energy all gone? Headache? Stom ach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters will make a new man or woman out of you. Given Passengers for the South. Via Pennslvania Short lino. Trains un 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 will be extended for a convent and comfortable trip if ar- i. through C. W. Elmer, tic - t of Pennsylvania lines. Removes the imcrobes which im poverish the blood and circulation. Stops all trouble that interferes with nutrition. That's what Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. If you haven't time to prepare Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, it is now made in tablet form also. Get a package already to use. Makes you well; keeps you well. 35 cents. A. G. Luken k Co. THE FIRST DELEGATES Twelfth District Names Its Represen tatives in National Convention. Indianapolis, Feb. 1G. There is no longer any douLt that the delegates from this state will be instructed for Roosevelt tor president. The Twelfth uistriet convention to name two dele gates was held today at Kendallvillo and it was the understanding that the two delegates would be instructed for Roosevelt. With the fee broken the other districts will follow the example. It is problematical how much anti Roosevelt sentiment there is in Indi ana. No doubt some politicians are against him and that they openly pre ferred Senator Hanna as long as there was any hope of bringing him into the race but the opposition to Presi dent Roosevelt has been dissolving and most Republicans now concede his nomination and predict that he will be a strong candidate. The Republi can delegation wiil be enthusiastic for the present occupant of the White House. Most of the appointees of Governor Durbin about the state house aro "teeth and toenail" for J. Frank Hanly for governor. This is argued as evi dence that Governor Durbin is for him but it is stated by the closest friend3 of the chief executive cf the state that he is keeping his hands off. Wm. Huffman, state house custodian," who was one of Governor Durbin's chief lieutenants is now outspoken for Han ly. Sidney Conger of Shelby ville, state oil inspector, and Halleck John son, his deputy here, who were prom inent in the Durbin organization are doing all they can for Hanly. "Bill" Freeman, state forester, who is now for Warren G. Sayre like other Elev enth district men, was for Hanly be fore Sayre annnounced. Gen. "John nie" Ward, of the national guard is for Hanly in fact there are very few Durbin men here who are not rooting for the Lafayette candidate. Secretary Hurty of the state board of health has issued a bulletin show ing the smallpox situation in Indiana during January to be as follows: "There were 569 cases of smallpox reported from thirty-seven counties, with eight deaths in January. In the same month last year there were 921 cases in fifty-six counties, with fifty deaths. The counties reporting more than ten cases were: Blackford, 17; Clark, 16; Clay, 142; Dubois, 15; Grant, 11; Marshall, 25; Pulaski, 20; Tippe canoe, 22; Vanderburg, 26; Vigo, 45, and Warrick, 23. The deaths occurr ed in Marshall, 1; Vigo, 4; Martin, 1; Orange, 1 and Vanderburg, 1. The situation is not so bad as it was a year ago but the doctor remarks sarcasti cally that many physicians still insist on calling smaiipox Cuban itch. Word came from Evansville today that Senator James Gray is critically ill which brings to mind the fact that the hand of death has been especially cruel to the senate of the state. Dur ing the session Senator Burns of South Bend and Senator Gibson of Posey county passed away. Just before the opening day Senator Binkley of Rich mond died, and a short time after the adjournment death claimed his suc cessor Senator Benjamin Starr of Rich mond, one of the most popular mem bers of the session. A few. months ago Senator Charles C. Dellaven of Koko mo died after a brief illness and Sen ator Jack Lawler of Salem, one of the most popular men on the Democratic side, died a short time ago. Now it is said that Senator Gray, who was very highly esteemed, cannot live long. Chairman James P. Goodrich said today that the late Senator Hanna had a remarkable following in Indiana. His tour during the last state cam paign was nothing short of a series of tremendous ovations and Chairman Goodrich declared that the Tomlinson hall meeting here was one of the most wonderful ever held in this state. Gov ernor Durbin, Harry S. New, Addison C. Harris and other well known Hoos iers also expressed their tender regard for the memory of the lamented Ohio statesman cd r - ''cian. It was the frequent remark aip,"r politicians and public men in geuo.tu i.W probably no other man in the aUiC life of his time was better loved in Indiana than the Ohio senator. Conductor Fatally Slashed. Daleville, Ind., Feb. 16 What may prove to be a fatal cutting affair hap pened at this place. While coming from Anderson on an interurban car, Roy Helvie could not find his ticket, and the conductor tried to eject him from the car. Ira Neff, a friend of Hel vie, was on the car, and took part in the argument. Conductor Irons order ed Neff to take his seat, but he refused to do so. In the fight that followed Irons was cut in a dozen piaces. One wound in the abdomen, it is believed, will prove fatal. Neff was arrested. Methodist Book Concern. Cincinnati, O., Feb. 16. After delib erating for a week the Methodist book committee has decided to recommend to the general conference at Los An geles next May the consolidation of the Cincinnati, Chicago and New York book concerns. This means that the manufactories of these houses will be placed under one roof. But whether the combined house will be in Cincin nati, Chicago, New York or elsewhere no recommendation will be made by the book committee. ' Wife Murder and Suicide. New York, Feb. 16. Frank Bartre nek shot and killed his wife Rosie at his hom here, shot and seriously wounded his stepson, Vincent Horon Ick, and then committed suicide. . ,llmlMnilM- r-f-n-r -nn,a I DA I Wednesday Night, FeB. 17. Indianapolis 1 T fh II u sa Li Citizens of Richmond and Vicinity: One and all, you are invited to visit the Only Department Store in Richmond and partake of the free condiments that are being served to you by the Snider people, who Trmnufacture the best Oyster Cocktail, Catsup and Soups of any house in the Uuiud States. The Lady Demonstrator is at our store and will wait upon jou from now until SATURDAY NIGHT, and an Oyster Cocktail or a nice, warm M wl ..f S up will warm you up and make you cheerful, so do not fail to take ad vantage of this opportunity which has been given to you. Our sale in JACKETS can only last a FEW MORS DAYS as they are going very fast at ihe wondtrful prices we are giving you We must sell them and price is no object, but come with your money and jou will be sure so get what you are looking for. Rsiny Day Skirts which are stylish and man-tailored, 98c to $5.00 These goods will not last long at the prices we j re quotiog for them. Just a few more Blankets and then it will be over. Comforts We have about forty pairs that we will sell for less than the goods would cost. Comforts from 39c up. Do not fail to come and purchase even for next year's wants. On FRIDAY ONLY we will give DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS for all pur chases in the Dry Goods Department. This, through the kindness of the Trading Stamps people, should fill our store with buyers, for we give you value received in this line. Do noi fail to visit our store and see what we have. Yours ivr more business. 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