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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1904
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Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan which allows
you 50 weeks la which to pay oft your loan:
S .fio Is weekly payment for $25. f 1.80 Is weekly payment for $75.
$1.20 Is weekly payment for $00. $2. 10 is weekly payment for $100.
If these donot suit you, call and see us and we will explain otherplans to you.
Applications by mail or phone receive prompt attention.
RICHMOND LOAN CO.
Established lS!)o. Room 8, Colonial Building. Home Thone 445
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IB. FBICE
Fiaa Crcwn ail Briio Wcri. TS3 COLONIAL.
We are expecting within
The nicest line of
vi a Jul
627 and 629
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v2i?JG? 5? n
IO 2s. 'JL KXTII ST.
fc--f-A--- -iff
BERT
B-AOC-3Sr: etc.
On hand at all times
Best family Lard in tlic city.
phones 1084 & 359 .ccri wegman's Meat Market
Theflopthuuestepn CQataalliifcIns.Co
iKSK- J. O BARBER, General Agent, Roo,SiJcSS2i!25.BldB
Drs Peterson
35 S OUTH TENTH ST
PHIL BROOK ENS
XO. 1530 MAIX STKKET.
OT A f
1 ELECT BO ARDING
Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable
Peerless
Made only by
OLIVER C.
Feed of all kinds always on hand.
REMOVAL
T. J. COOK, O. D., Scientific Optician
Cures all errors of refraction without dilating the pupil. '
Kyes tested free. All work guaranteed.
Office Hours
Your while to investigate our
methods. If you are short of
money we can supply you with
any amount you need on the most
liberal terms. To borrow of us is
much more satisfactory than to put
yourself under obligations t-
friends. We guarantee strict pri
vacy with every transaction, and
we loan money on household goods,
pianos, teams, fixtures or any other
personal property of value, and
leave the same in your possession.
We advance money on salaries
without the knowledge of your
employer. We also loan money
on diamonds and watches left in
pledge.
Dentist
a few days'
Children's
Go-Carts and
Carriages
We have eyer carried.
Be sure and see the line
before purchasing.
T. DUNHAM,
Main Street.
rrEwd wesm mmm w&m im? mom m.
RIBSHSHOULD ERS.
PIGS EET
OSTEOPATHIC
PHYSICIANS
w Jk,
WOOD
TEL..
XO. 1U38
Mesda'es Smith & Conley
(3d Eleventh St.
Flour
MOORE.of The River Roller Mills
MILTON.IND.
FROM 1002 MAIN STREET TO i
ROOMS 33 and (34, COLONIAL BUILDING
8 to 12; 1:30 to 5:30;7 to 9
AN OBJECT LESSON
Uncle Sam Takes Drastic Msasures
in San Domingo.
San Juan, P. P.'., Feb. 18. A private
message has been received here from
Santo Domingo city, dated Feb. 17,
OOIiONEIi GEORGE F. EI.T.IOTT, COMMANDER
UNITED STATZS MARINE CORrS.
saying that an American war ship
bombarded the insurgents at Pajarito,
near Santo Domingo, and then landed
marines. These men, however sub
sequently re-embarked.
Vhy It Was Dona.
"Washington, Feb. 18. The landing
of marines at Pajarite, near Santo
Domingo, by an American war ship
no doubt was authorized by the com
manding officer as a result of some
menace to American interests in that
section of the country. The cruiser
Columbia is now at, or near, Santo
Domingo and the marines landed pre
sumably were from that vessel. Her
commanding officer is Capt. J. M. Mil
ler. The unsettled condition of affairs
of San Domingo, bordering in many
places on anarchy, with its consequent
menace to, American interests, has
been a source of considerable irrita
tion to the administration and Admiral
Wise, the senior naval officer in those
waters, has been given large discre
tionary powers to deal with the sit
uation. LAND FRAUDS EXPOSED
Prominent Californians Under Federal
I ndictment.
Washington. Feb. 18. As a result
of the investigation of the allowed i
wholesale public land fraud in many j
western states, the grand jury of tlis !
District of Columbia has reported r j
joint indictment for cons-piracy against j
John A. Benson, a wealthy real estate
operator of ban Francisco, Frederick
A. Hyde, of San Francisco, closely
identified with Benson in land affairs,
Henry C. Dimond of California, an
attorney representing Benson and
Hyde and Joost H. Schneider, of Tuc
son, Ariz., an agent of Benson and
Hyde.
Second Trial at Kishlneff.
KishinelT, Bessarabia, Feb. 18. The
second trial of prisoners connected
with the Kishineff massacres will be
gin on Monday.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 18. The report
of a massacre of Jews near Kieff is
denied by the minister of the interior.
MARKET REPORT
Prevailing Prices for Grain, Provisions
and Livestock on Feb. 17.
fndianapcl's Grain and Livestock,
r Wheat Wairon. $1; NY. 2 re 1. tron, $1.01.
. Corn Strong; No. 2 mixe t. 44s.
Oat Stronsr: No. 3 TniT I. ii-
Day and night, sunshine md shadow
are not more different from each other
than a healthful from a sickly woman.
The healthful woman carries light and
sunshine with her wherever she goes.
1 lie woman
who suffers
, -"XI from ill-health
casts a shadow
on her own hap
piness and the
happiness of
others. She
cannot help it.
Those who suf
fer cannot
smile and sing.
Ill-health in woman is generally trace
able to disease of the delicate womanly
organism. Many women have been re
stored to happiness by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. If there
is an invalid woman, suffering from
female weakness, prolapsus, or falling of
womb, or from leucorrhea who has used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription with
out complete success Dr. Pierce would
like to hear from such person and it
will be to her advantage to write as he
offers, in perfect good faith, a reward of
500 for anj' case of the above maladies
which he cannot cure.
"I feel it my duty to inform you that I had
been a sufferer for many years "from nervous
ness with all its symptoms and complications,"
writes Mrs. O. N. Fisher, of 1S61 Lexington Ave.,
New York, N. Y. "I was constantly j?0'"?
see a physician. I was induced to ask Dr.
Pierce's a'dvice. I then took five bottles of Fa
vorite Prescription.' I am not now cross and
irritable, and I have a Kd color in my face ;
have also pained about ten pounds in weight
and one thousand of comfort, for I am a new
woman once more."
The dealer who offers a substitute for
"Favorite Prescription" does so to gain
the little more profit paid 011 the sale of
less meritorious medicines.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of s. tamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21
one-cent stamps for the paper-covered
book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound.
Address Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
LIGHT Mm Mil,
AT ALL HAZZARD3
fmericr.n Interests in ths Far East
Will be Protected.
Wellington, Feb. 18. Rear Admiral
Evans, commanding the Asiatic sta
tion, has transmitted to the navy de
partment a cablegram from Cornmand-
&EAB ADMIRAL ROB LEY D. EVAKS.
er Staunton, of the gunboat Helena
now in mud dock at Niuchwang, China,
in which he says that conditions there
are greatly disturbed and that he is
vigorously investigating the report
that the Rusbian officials have delayed
certain American and British mer
chantmen. In the event that the American con
sulate is endangered, it is stated that
Commander Staunton will land blue
jackets and marines for the protection
of Consul Miller. There is every wish
on the part of this government not to
give the slightest cause for complaint
by Prussia or Japan of intervention,
but the unalterable American policy
of protecting American interests at all
hazards will be adhered to..
HOW IT WAS DONE
Official Report of Latest Japanese
Torpedo Attack.
Chicago, Feb. 18. Confirmation of
the report that two Russian war ships
were torpedoed in an attack of Japan
ese torpedo boats upon the Russian
fleet at Port Arthur last Sunday, has
been received bv Sheizaburo Shimiza,
imperial Japanese consul in Chicago.
The message briefly describing the en
gagement, which came from the gov
ernment in Tokio, reads as follows:
"The first fleet of torpedo destroyers
13ft for Port Arthur Feb. 13, in spite
of a heavy storm of wind and snow.
At 3 o'clock on the morning of the 14th
the fieet attacked the Russian war
ships end was fired upon in spite of
which the destroyer Asakiri torpedoed
a Russian man-of-war and escaped
safely. At 5 o'clock the. same morning
another destro3er, Ilayatori, went
close to the. entrance of the port,
where two Russian war ships were
stationed. One of them was torpedoed,
and a safe return was made."
Sofia, Feb. 18. Russia has officially
notified the Bulgarian government
that any encouragement given by Bul
garia for the renewal of the insurrec
tion in Macedonia will be regarded
as an act of hostility which will be
promptly and forcibly resented.
PREPARE FOR WAR
That Is the Way to Preserve Peace,
Says Secretary Moody.
Boston, Feb. 18. Secretary of the
Navy William H. Moody, speaking at
the annual dinner of the New England
Rubber company last night, strongly
PECRETAEY MOODT.
advocated a large navy, and declared
that if the United States desires to
maintain peace, it must be known
that all times it was ready for war.
TERSE TELEGRAMS
All the Presbyterian missionaries in Korea
arc reported as unmolested.
The carnival festivities have resulted in dis
order and bloodshed in southern Italy and
Sicily.
Tho feed-house of the Great Western distil
lery at Peorta, 111., was destroyed by Are with
a loss of "5,000.
The factory of the Berlin Felt Boot company,
the largest of the kind in Canada, was totally
destroyed by fire. Loss, $U0,000.
The Macedonian committee has decided not
to precipitate a Macedonian revolt before April
15, while awaiting the outcome of the reform
scheme.
Sixteen thousand Albanians are in revolt in
tho district of Diakova agaia-t the reform
plans of the powers for Macedonia and obnox
ious taxes.
Charles Ryder, 00 years old, of Aurora, 111.,
npon learning, in response to his intuiry as to
Senator Jlann.Vs condition that Mr. JIana was
dead, fell dead.
A man kntvns "Shorty Bill," :d to ha
bren a do-per:Ue character from Toxns. was
shot nnd instantly killed in a light with tho
police at Toronto.
Captam StephanofT. who was blown up with
the torpedo gunboat Yenisei, himself invented
the sjhiein for laying submarine mines, which
U considered respouoible for the c&U.troph.
Jf '
Mr
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TCct tice to Contractors.
In pursuance of a resolution of the com
mon council of the city of KUhtnond, I net.,
the common council of tho city of Kic-h-momt,
Indiana, ill rtcdve scaled proposal.-
at tb oulce of the City Clerk until 4 o'clock,
P IU" MONDAY, MARCH 7th, litOl,
for -the construction of a sewer In the alley
between llutler and Khei idan streets, from
School street to the White water river.
. All bids must be upon the printed forms
prepared for the purpose, which may he
obtained of the city civil engineer, and en
closed In a sealed envelope directed to the
common council of tho city of Kiehniond,
Indiana.
The bond required of the successful bidder
shall be in the sum of $;$,((' and must tie
eiven by residents of Wayne county,
Indiana.
Each bid by contractors must be accom
panied by a deposit of a certified check for
$10J.(J, to be left in the hands of the city
clerk subject to the conditions speeilled In
the proposal. Before bids will be received,
bidders must satisfy the common council of
the city of Richmond, Indiana, as to their
competency to conduct the work, and as to
their resources for its vigorous prosecution.
Bids shall state the price per lineal foot
for the improvement complete, also for all
other items enumerated in the schedule,
which price shall be in full for all labor and
materials required for the complete execu
tion of the work.
Said work to be completed on or before
the 1st day of June l'.tM, under the direc
tion of the city civil engineer, and in ac
cordance with t he plans and specifications
on lile in the otlice of said clerk.
The contract will be let to the lowest
responsible bidder. The common council
of the city of Richmond, Indiana, reserves
the right to reject any or all bids, or waive
defects in bids, in the interest of the city,
made in accordance with this notice.
By order of the common council.
JOHN F. TAtiOARTy
18-23-3 City Clerk.
Notice to Contractors.
In pursuance of a resolution of the com-
mon council of the city of Richmond, Ind..
the common council of the city of Rich-
mond, Indiana, win recej e wnit-u j.iopoma
at the office of the city clerk, until 4 o'clock,
'm"' MONDAY, MARCH 7th, l'JOl,
for the construction of cement curb nnd
. . . . . iti r iwt 11 cilice cf rm r li 1 1 1 h si ree t.
ironiMain street to soutli B street, and ce-
I . 11 . 1 ..,.1. ir,itiAiL ulnna
rue 11 1 suiewaiKsanu u u 1 1 uhm
both sides of said street from south B to
south C street.
All bids must be upon the printed forms
prepared for the purpose, which may be ob
tained of the city civil engineer, and en
closed in a sealed envelope directed to the
common council of the city of Richmond,
Indiana. . , , . , ,
The bond required of the successful bid
der shall be in the sum of $i',aoo.Ot, and must
be given by residents of Wayne county,
Indiana. .
Kach bid bv contractors must be accom
panied bv a deposit of a certiiied check for
$1(10.00, to be left in the hands of the city
clerk subject to the conditions speeilled in
the proposal. Before bids will be received,
bidders must satisfy the common council of
thecltvof Richmond, Indiana, as to their
competency to conduct the work, and as to
their resources for Its vigorous prosecution.
Bids shall state the price per lineal foot
for the improvement complete, also for all
other items enumerated In the schedule,
which price shall be in full for all labor and
materials required for the complete execu
tion of the work.
Haid work to be completed on or befo:e
the 1st (lav of June, litoi, under the direc
tion of the citv civil engineer, and in ac
cordance with the plans and specifications
on lile In the office of said clerk.
The contract will be let to the lowest re
sponsible binder. The common council or
the citv of Richmond, Indiana, reserves the
ri'-rht to reject any or all bids, or waive de
fects in bids, in the interest of the city, made
in accordance with this not ice.
Bv order of the common council.
JOHN F. TAtiGAliT,
ls---,-3 City Clerk.
Notice to Contractors.
In pursuance of a resolution of the com
mon council of the city of Richmond, Ind.,
the common council of the city ot Rich
mond, liidin 11a, wii I receive sealed proposals
at the office of the city cleric until 4 o'clock,
P 1U"' MONDAY. MARCH 7th, 10O1,
for the construction of cement curb and
gutters along both sides of north loth street,
from Main street to north K street.
All bids must be upon the printed forms
prepared for the purpose, which may be
obtained of the city civil engineer, and en
closed in a sealed envelope directed to the
common council of the city of Richmcno
Indiana. ,
The bond required of the successful fciddet
shall be in the sum ot $2,ooo.oo, and must be
given by residents of Wayne county.
Indiana.
Kach bid bv contractors mu-t be accom
panied by a deposit ofaceitir;ed check tc
$100.00, to be left in the bands cf the city
clerk subject to the conditions specified it
the proposal. Before bius will fce received
bidders must satislv tiie common council cf
the eit. of Ricunnnd Indiana, as to thei
competency to cond i:ot the work, and as tc
their resourcesfor its vigorous r-rcsecuticn
Bids shall state th3 price per lineal fcc
for the improvement complete, also for all
other items enumera ed in the schedule,
which price shall be in full for all labor ant
materials required for th- completa execu
tion of the work.
Said work to be completed cn cr before
the 1st dav of June, 14, under the
direction of the city civil engineer, and in
accordance with the plans and specifica
tions on lile in the office of saia clerk.
The contract will be let to the lowest re
sponsible bidder. The common council of
the citv of Richmond, Indiana, reserves the
right to reject any or all bids, or waive de
fects in bids, in the interest of the city, made
In accordance with this notice.
Bv order of the common council.
JOHN F. TAOOART,
18-25-3 City Clerk.
Low Pares s to Indianapolis via Penn
sylvania Lines.
February 10th and 11th, excur
sion tickets to Indianapolis, account
Indiana Pythian Jubilee, Grand
LWlge Knights of Pythias, will be
sold via Pennsylvania lines. Ticket
agents of Pennsylvania lines will give
full particulars.
LIMITED CARS.
The break-down in the Greenfield
station has been repaired and limited
ears on the interurban line were put
in operation today, and will continue
regularly. City cars leaving the cor
ner of eighth and Main at S:30 a. m..
12:30 p. m. and 4:30 p. m. make im
mediate connection with the Indian
apolis car at the west side barns. In
addition to these cars local cars leave
company office, near the corner of
eight and Main at 7, 9 and 11 in the
morning and 1, 3 and 5 in the after
noon. Returning cars leave Indian
apolis for Richmond same hours.
Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn
sylvania Lines.
February 21st and 22d, excursion
tickets will be sold to Indianapolis
account First Convention, Citizens'
Industrial Association of America via
Pennsylvania Lines. For particulars
consult Ticket Agents of Pennsylva
nia Lines. wk.
A FINE
23
On Street Car Line:
In Boulevard
Addition
AT A
BARGAIN
W. H, Bradbury & Son
Westcott Klock.
I BIG BIBLE.
Of trouble is often lifted from the shoul
ders of the housewife by ' seudin htr
BIG BUNDLE of "rough dried" clothes
to a reliable, uj-to-date Laundry.
j J
The Eldorado
SUCH is
No. 18 North Ninth St.
Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana.
THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating
QUESTION the men. Not
bothering us much, however.
Carpents Cleaned by a. New Piocess.
shirtwaists, we will do ibe launder
ing. . -
THE HICEI.XOND STEAII LAUN
DRY i EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c
Anvone sending a sketch snd description nmy
rjntckiy ascertaii. our opinion free whether an
invent fon is probably patenta Wo. Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest epeney for aecuriiifrpatents.
Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive
eperial ftatice, without charge, in the
Scientific Juneau.
A hcndaomel7 illnstrated weekly. Tnree?t cir
culation, of any srientitie journal. Terms. $3 z
rear: four months, fl. Sold by all newsdealers.
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T'1o CKCSTNUT ST.
Harness for show
nd harness for eeij
day nse may mean a
difference In quality
In some makes hers
they are Identical tn
strength and durabil
ity. More style, ol
course, In fancv driv
ing harness; but all
our harness is made
from good stock and
every set maintains
our reputation as to
workmanship and finish. All ports of hors
equipments at very moderate prices.
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J BATHS OF ALL KWDS.
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