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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1904
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A. v. .-6 o. sent in plain wrarpe pper c . . r.7 a r'y e.xnrcss, prepaid, PCTff" f I or 3 bottles t2.75. iiiafc tv Circular jeiit on recjue loi CATARRH IIIS IS SURE TO GIVE SATISFACTION ELYS Cream Balm GivesRelief atOnce It cleanses," soothes and heals the diseased merabrana. H ues Catarrh an drives k?kt a cold in me Ileadquicklv. It is absorbed. Heals and . Pro tects the MembrRDe-Ke&tors the Senses of laste a al 1 1 v e or by ma , Trial s'ze by mail inc. ELY BROTHERS inai s.ze uj m Warren street, New ork. P- Iff .wv tfry .ww-uaM rnAU MARVEL Whirring fefray Tlie new Vari"- s-"'iD;f . "J"!" . . j l 'i. i - r, - r iSB JwirarK-i' i f ho finitt snpily the StAKfc't.L.. ac-et . .liH-r, ttil-n.I ruuiip r illnstraKHi hKk aralwl. Itprives ... . . 1 ... a n A irM't ItHlS 11 lull lannuLiiB valuable to lalieR. MAIt . Tlotea Hiiio-. " aorli- S 1TI- I'O. Gennett Theatre O. G. MURRAY Lessee and Manager Thursday, Feb. 18 BLONDELI, cSc FENNESSY'S Hurricane of Fun and Frolic The-Katzenjammer Kids V . ALL STAR CAST. Wally Clark, the distinguished German comedian; Carol Trixeda, the California Sunbeam; Dixon & Lang, Sweet Yodlers and Character Imita tions; Billy Andrus and his Trained Mule, ''Texas," from the 'Hippo drome, London; The Fennels, the Ac robatic wonders; Lela Leland, the Dancing Marvel; Criqui & Alexander, the Lilliputian Comedians; David Jones, Baritone Vocalist; Thomas Kellv. Sweet Voiced Singing Come dian; Day & Vestal, and many oth- j ers. Prices 25, 35 and 50. Box 7"c. esale of RfntF npcp nt y iter's Ccnfecticn ry, 806 Main, Tuesday, Feb. i. TIME TABLE. On Sundays Cars Leave One Trip Later. First car leaves Richmond for In dianapolis at 5 a. m. First car leaves Dublin for Rich mond at 5 a. m. Every car for Indianapolis leaves Richmond on the odd hour, from 5:00 a. in. to 7:00 p. m. First car leaves Indianapolis for Richmond at 7:00 a. m. and every other hour thereafter until 5:00 p. m. Hourly service from Richmond to Dublin ond intermediate points, from 5:00 a. in. to 11:00 p. in. Subject to change without notice.. RATE OF FARE. 4 Richmond to Graves 50. 05 " to Oniervil! 10 " to Jackson Park .. . .15 " to Washington Rd . .15 " to Germantown . .. .20 " to Cambridge City . .25 " to Dublin 30 " ' to Indianapolis . ... 1.05 r , 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. Eotel Rates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair oflicir) pamphlet, naming Hotel aeeommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex position of 1901, address E. A. Ford. 3eneral Fassesger Agent Pennsyiva lia-Vandalia Lines, Pittsburg, Pa. Mli'S FUNERAL Tlie City of Cleveland Will Give Her Honored Son Fitting Burial. BUSINESS IS SUSPENDED On Friday Afternoon All Commer cial and Manufacturing Pursuits "Will Make Proper Pause. DistinffuishfHl Party Will Pay Final Tribute to Memory of Iepavt ed Statesman. Cleveland, O., Feb. 18. In accord ance with the wishes of the Hanna family it has been decided that no remarks of a eulogistic nature shall be made in St. Paul's church at the funeral services over the remains of Senator Hanna, which will be held Friday and the services will consist of ritualistic services of the Episcopalian church. A memorial meeting, however, will be held at the chamber of commerce Saturday afternoon at which promi nent citiens will deliver addresses on the life work of the deceased states man. Practically all business will be sus pended in Cleveland the greater part of Friday as a mark of respect to the memory of Senator Hanna. The banks will close at noon and stores and man ufacturing establishments will sus pend business for the balance of the day. All street cars in this city will become motionless for five minutes at 1 o'clock p. m., the hour set for the beginning of the funeral services at St. Paul's church. The attendance of notable men at the funeral proai.ses to be large. Be sides Senator Foraker, the three sec retaries of the president's cabinet, Messrs. Taft, Wilson and Cortelyou, the delegation from the senate and house of representatives, there will also be in attendance the entire Ohio state legislature of about 150 men who will come from Columbus on a special train. Governor Herrick and staff and ex-Governor Nash and ten friends will also attend So far, as known Gover nor Durbin. of Indiana, is the only state executive outside of Ohio com ing to the funeral. Governor Durbin will- be accompanied by his staff. Among others who have sent tele grams of their intention to come are George B. Cfc", and a party of ten from Cincinnati, and Harry S. New, of Indianapolis. A11 public and parochial schools will close tomorrow and no theatrical per formance will be given at the Euclid avenue opera house tonight. Senator Hanna owned that theater and man ager Ha-tz pays this tribute of re spect to his memory. Hanna pictures are in every store window in the city surrounded either by simple mourning draperies, an American flag or some handsome and appropriate floral design. HEREROS CAUSE TROUBLE Col. Leutwein's Command Beselged in German Southwest Africa. Berlin, Feb. 18. A dispatch from German Southwest Africa says that continuous firing has been heard in the direction of Opjembingwe, suppos- COL. LEUTWEIN. edly from Captain Cyga's column in an attack on the Hereros, who escaped to the mountains with stolen cattle. A dispatch has been received here from Colonel Leutwein. governor "of German Southwest Africa, saying the Hereros have raised the seige of Go babis. Much concern has been felt in Berlin concerning this station, inso much as the garrison there was small and the place itself is far to the east of Winchoek, near the British posses sions. Conference at Tuskegee. Tuskegee, Ala., Feb. 18. Booker T. Washington called to order thj thir teenth annual Tuekegee Negro con ference in the chapel of the institute In the presence of more than 2,000 negro farmers from the Carolina's, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Louis iana and Alabama. There were also in attendance many men prominent in philanthropic work. Big Blaze in New York. New York, Feb. 18. A fi ve st Dry building on Park Place occupied by Holbert's restaurant, the American 1 Sports publishing company and other concerns, was destroyed by fire. The damsrje is estimated at yiOO.GOO. Ashlar.d, Wis.. Feb. 18.- Joe Buffalo, official head of the Lake Superior tribe of Chippewa Indians, is dcd. He will be buried according to the ancieat paan rites of the trite A FAMILY AFFAIR Copyright. 1D03. by C. B. Lewis. We had with us in C company a man about forty years old named Ileuhen IltrTUnian, and he was the only man among us who kept close mouthed about his identity and his family his tory. Some of the men thought there was good reason for this, but it didn't transpire that Ilardman had anything to be ashamed of. The truth came out one day as be was marching and stum bling over a bad road, and when his patience had become exhausted he said: "Gaul durn Dan'l's hide, but if I had him here I'd wallop him till he couldn't holler! What on earth did he go and do it for and bring all this trouLle ou me?" Some of the boys asked him who Dan'l was, and then the mystery was solved. Dan'l was a brother who had gone south and enlisted in the Confed erate army and was then known to be in among the troops confronting us. If lieuben was a good Union man Dan'l was no less a good Confederate, and if Reuben cussed Dan'l for the war his adjectives were supposed to be re turned with interest. We wondered if it would so happen that the two would meet in battle, but time went o until we got around to Petersburg. As our regiment took the rifle pits in the center of Grant's lines one day Reuben was one of the men detailed for the pits. At this point Union and Confederate pits were net more than a hundred feet apart, and to show a head above the earth was sure death. Reuben had a high pitched voice, and any one having beard it could identify him in the darkest night. It began raining soon after he and a comrade had reached the pit, and the brother soon began the same old tirade against Daniel. Suddenly a voice from the Confeder ate pit opposite shouted out: "Say, now, but shuck my hide if I don't know the critter who owns that voice!" "Who be you over there?" called Reu ben as he started up. "I'm Dan'l, of course." "You don't mean it!" "Yes, I do, and you are Reube. I'd know that voice of yours if I heard it in Chiny. Say. old man, how are ye, and how are all the folks at home?" "I'm well 'nuff, and the folks are well 'nuff, but I'm powerful mad. What did you go and turn rebel for and make all this trouble? You hain't got a spark of decency about you, Dan'l Ilardman!" "I'm as good as any old Yankee!" re plied Daniel. "You ain't either. Just let me git holt of you. and you il sing a uuierem. tune. I want you to come right over here and surrender and behave your self. Do you bear me?" Their conversation in the pits was heard by a score of men on either side, and first one would ebo.-r and tnen tne other. When there was a break in the talk, a Confederate would shout across: "Hey thar, Reube, come over to the house and see Dan'l!" "You bad boy, Dan'l. come home and be licked!'' a Federal would shout in answer. And for an hour the firing from half a dozen rifle pits was sus pended. When Reuben took his sec ond trick in the pit be was so eager to open communication that he exposed his head, and a bullet sent his cap fly ing ten feet away. "Durn your hide, but that was you, Dan'l!" he shouted as he crouched down. "Yes, I'll bet it was. You hain't got no more sense in your head than to go and shoot at your brother, though you couldn't hit a barn ten feet away." "That you, Reube?" called Daniel. "Of course it's me. What you askin' such silly questions for? You never did know beans, even before you ran away and joined them rebels." "Don't git mad," said Daniel. "I thought it was some other Yank. Say, Reube, did j'ou say that all the folks at home was well? I hain't heard from them in a hi1.!! year." "None o your business how they rrr. Anybody mean 'nuff to go off and join the rebel army needn't be askin' about decent folks. I've got a heap o' things laid up ag'in you, young man. and you'll do a lot of hoggin when I git holt of you." "Rut you'll never git holt." replied Daniel, while all those around him raised a cheer. "Yes, I will. Grant is goin' to cap ture your old army for sure, and then me an' you will settle things." "Tell General Grant to go to grass." It was funny what influence that lit tle thing had on the opposing rifle pits. It came to be known to hundreds of men on each side that Reuben and Daniel were brothers, and their names became household words. They were on duty only throe times before their respective regiments were relieved, but the men who came after them had something to talk a!out. All of a sud-. den there would come a lull in the murderous tiring, and a Confederate .would raise' his voice and call out: "Say, yo' Yank over thar, what has become of Dan'l's brother?" "Oh, he's all right!" would be an swered. "And how's Dan'l getting along?" "He's all right." All through the last days of the fighting Reuben looked for Daniel, but it was only at Appomattox that he found him among the men whose brave fight was over at last. As Daniel grounded his musket and looked at the flag he had fought for Reuben step ped up to him with extended hand and said: "So I have found ye at !--t. have I? Now, then, you shake hands j:m! "gin to be decent and come along home with me and see what father's got to say about your shoo tin' my cap off." M. QUAD. 5T jVeJANESVILLE AMD BROWN-MAN i r 1 It will pay you to see cater 2 ouying. I ' i, if- -- -J'Ji"---wi-Mi.ntn'.iaiaiiafcW . irtiF . i t lr.l.ffi . ,i it rir ff aaf m-w v .b-?jt r , jtw jw r n i t - r i ..--MMi ji imm it nm iat I -'ffeiffiitiffi of 8 : Good I 1 1 - - - i . - L . I , v; i I : ' s . 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