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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
L" THREE u3 worare IV: Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan which allows you 5u weeks in which to pay oft your loan: .do is weekly payment for $25. $1.20 is weekly payment for $50. If these donot sul vou, call and see us and we will explain other plans to you. -Applications by mull or phone receive prompt attention. RICHMOND LOAN CO. Established 1S!3. Room 8, Colonial Building. - laiiiiMiinitoTiM frr T.f 1. .to- - r!"' Hiiitmnfflniiiiiijrn-'nr fcniiii i'ik ZD -A,. IE3 FBICE Tina Crswn izi Bridga Werk. 123 COlOKLiL. ! We are expecting within The nicest line of GILBERT T. 627 and 629 TTltElorirsiC riBiii ft a TvrsscHScHc0TULDERS- T A CgClSJ- etc. On hand at all times Best family Iard in the city. phones 1084 & 359 .coh wegman's Meat Market TheJorthuuesteitii CQataalliifeltis.Co $SS2K J. O BARBER, General Agent, ?00,ycSSid?iS.Blda Drs Peterson 35 S OUTH TENTH ST PHIL BROOKENS SO. 1530 MAIN STREET. COAL ELECT BOARDING Homo like Menu. Rates Reasonable ID eerless Made only by OLIVER C. Feed of alt kinds always on hand. RC7 A A ( A I FROM 1O02 MAI STREET TO I C I VI V V"L- ROOMS 33 and i34, COLONIAL BUILDING T. J. COOK, O. D., Scientific Optician Cures all errors of refraction without dilating the pupil. Eye tested free. All work guaranteed. Office Hours 8 to 12; 1:30 to 5:30;7 to 9 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 to 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. $1.80 is weekly payment for $75. $2.40 is weekly payment for $100. Home Phone 445 E ggaaEtaaagaK Dentist a few days" Children's Go-Carts and Carriages We have ever carried. Be sure and see the line before purchasing. 3e DUNHAM, Ulalii Street. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS WOOD TEL. I NO. 1G38 Mesda'es Smith & Conley (30 N. Eleventh St. Flour MOORED The River Roller Mills MILTON, IND. t-JC.''gJ-,-,j' .9JL ,. . 9-..: " '; s ( The "Katzen jammer Kids' 7 played to a good house last night at the Gennett. The plaj' abounds in "slap stick" work, much of which could be eliminated to the benefit of the piece. The specialties were all good, and the show, while not in the "front rank," was pleasing to the majority of the audience. "New England Folks" February 25th. Clay Clement comes to the Gen nett February 26th. House "dark" for a week and the house staff is enjoying a much needed rest and getting in shape for the many good shows that are coming. The one conspicuous play of south ern life now being presented to the pubic is "Under , Southern Skies." Its success has been extraordinary, and it grows in favor with each suc ceeding season. "Under Southern Skies" is now in its third season, and it is unquestionably one of those plays which like "The Old Home stead" and "'Way Down East," seems destined to go on forever.' Un der Southern Skies" has been called the "'Way Down East" of the south, and many even prefer its scenes of beauty, and air of romance, to the homelier New England plays. The scenery of "Under Southern Skies" is a reproduction of the lux uriant, flowery landscapes and state ly homes of the south, the women wear the dainty, airy costumes affect ed by the high born southern woman, and the play fairly bubbles with the gay and lavish hospitality for which the people of the south have always been noted. Woven throughout the scenes of merriment and music with which the play abounds, is a story of intense interest that holds the au dience from the rise to the fall of the curtain. A large cast is employed in the presentation of this play; twenty-seven people, and each one has been selected because of his or her special fitness for the part, Al together the appearance of "Under Southern Skies" at the Gennett theater on February 29th will be one of the big events of the theatrical season. Joseph Jefferson's two sons, name ly Joseph Jefferson, jr., and William W. Jefferson, are allied and are worthy -representatives of the Jeffer son name, and have succeeded their father as stars to the organization. It first happened in Pittsburg, Pa., on November 20, 189S, when William W. Jefferson was called upon to play Bob Acres in "The Rivals," on ac count of the illness of the elder Mr. Jefferson. That he succeeded is now a matter of theatrical historj-, and he has been playing the part ever since with great success. The Pitts burg, Pa., Times, a representative newspaper of that city, at the time had the following to say of his per formance : "He shows his father in every movement, off the stage as well as on. The clothes he wears in the play are those his father wore, and not even the shoes required alteration. The fit DARH, Day and night, sunshine and 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. The woman who suffers from ill-health casts a shadow on her own hap piness and the happiness of others. She cannot help it. Those who 6uf fer cannot smile and sing. irv kt;. 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 any 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. Fisher, of i86r Lexington Ave,, New York, N. Y. "I was constantly going- to see a physician. I was induced to ask Dr. Pierce's advice. I then took five bottles of '.Fa vorite Prescription.' I am not now cross and irritable, and I have a good color in my face ; have also framed abaut 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 on the sale of less meritorious medicines. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps 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. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. PSORIASI AND EG Milk Crust, Scalled Head, Tetter, Ringworm and Pimples COMPLETE TREATMENT, $1.00 For Torturing, Disfiguring Humours, From Pimples to Scrofula, From Infancy to Age. The agonizing 'tching and burning of the skin, as in eczema ; the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis ; the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp, as in scalled head; the facial disfigurement, as in pimples and ringworm; the awful suf fering of infants, and anxiety of worn out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and .salt rheum all demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to success fully cope with them. That Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills are such, stands proven beyond all doubt. No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by the strongest evi dence. The purity and sweetness, the power to afford immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and permanent cure, the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world. Complete treatment for every humour, consisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointment to heal the skin, and Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood may now be had for one dollar. A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring, itchiDg, burning and scaly humours, eczemas, rashes and Irrita tions, from infancy to age, when all else fails. Sold throughout the world. Cnticnrm ResolTent, 0e. h form of Chocolate Coatd Pill, 25c. per rial of 60), Oint ment. 50c., Sop, 35c. DepoU t London, 27 ClurterhonM 9q Pri, 5 Rue de la Paix; Boeton. J37 Columbus ?Stter Dru? Chem. Corp., Sole Proprietors. CS" Send for " How to Cure .Every Humour. is perfect. 'J The other son, but the elder of the two, Joseph Jefferson, jr., will play the same part here, Sir Lucius O 'Trigger, that he has always played with his father's company. Mr. Jef ferson, jr., is said to be the most ex cellent Lucius O 'Trigger since the death of W. J. Florence. This double star alliance will have in support the principal members of the Joseph Jef ferson company, which is kept intact between the autumn and spring tours of the "Dean of the American stage." The theater-goers of this city will undoubtedly witness the best high-class comedy presentation ever shown here., when one takes into con sideration that this organization in support of the above stars is the same that appeared in all of the larg er cities with Joseph Jefferson, sr. The enterprise has the sanction and good-will of the acknowledged "Dean of the Profession' who wishes the name of Jefferson to go down to pos terity and be honored. "The Ri vals" will be seen at the Gennett soon. The supporting company includes Messrs. John Jack, Ouy Coombs, Percy Plnnkett, James Lewi-: md the Misses Ffolliott Paget, Phiuchj Ben der, Meta Greene and others, all ii!tmbe'"3 of the original Jcser h Jef ferson company. - A GIRL C Original. Mary Dot-kins was told by her phy sician that she was threatened with consumption and should "rough it" in the west. Convinced that she could not do so advantageously in petticoats,- she donned man's attire and, with money to take her to the cattle grounds, start ed out in search of health. One morning she appeared at a ranch and asked it' a cowboy was wanted. The superintendent looked her over from head to foot and said: "What's your name?" "Tom Dorkins." "Tenderfoot, I reckon." "Yes; I'm not very well. Doctor rec ommended outdoor life." "It'll cure you, sure. But you'll die from another cause. The boys will grind you to powder. However, if you want to try it, go ahead." If Tom Dorkins hadn't been some thing of an invalid he would have had a hard time of it. As it was, the cow boys Avere disposed to take no cogni zance of him whatever. One of them set up a faro bank in the barn, and Mary invested a few dollars she had in her pocket in the game. She struck an astonishing run of luck and without knowing any more about faro than she knew about quaternians broke the bank. Nothing succeeds like success, and as I'.ob Hathaway, the faro banker, was not popular the bv.vs all declared in favor of the tenderfoot. Mary in vested her winnings in a spree for the boys, which, while it clinched her pop ularity with them, brought down upon her the wrath of Hathaway, who ex pected to win back his money at the next sitting. Then .com.nieneed a number of petty ZEHA OWBOY nisims and annoyances from the faro dealers which had Mary been a man would have been unbearable. As it was, she was placed in a position where she would have to tight.' She was made aware of this, for her patient en durance of Hathaway's insults induced a coldness on the part of the other boys. At Ilatnaway's next insult Mary went to one of the boys, Henderson by name, whom she admired for a certain coolness and dignity there were about him, and asked him to bear a message for her. "Can you shoot, Tommy?" asked Henderson. "Don't know." "See if you can hit that." lie held his hat at arm's length. Mary drew her revolver from her hip pocket and, standing a dozen paces from the- hat, fired. Hearing a howl and seeing Hen derson's hand covered with blood, she burst into tears. "You little fool! You cry baby! Why didn't you hit the hat? How do you expect to fight a cowboy with such shooting as that?" "Are you killed?" cried Mary. "Killed? No. But I've lost a part of my thumb." A little later Henderson and the ten derfoot were observed standing very close together, the latter binding up the former's thumb with a handkerchief. From that day Henderson gave out that Dorkins, being in bad health, must not be interfered with. All save Hath away were disposed to let the boy alone, and he seemed averse to inter fering further with one whom Hender son had taken up as a protege. Mary grew stronger every day, and when the bloom came to her cheek one of the boys remarked that the tenderfoot was "pretty enough for a girl." Then one day Hathaway recommenced his taunts. "I thought I told you," said nen derson, "that the boy was to be let alone." "That was because he was sick. lie's well enough now." "I want you to understand," replied Henderson, "that I consider Tom Dor kins a sick man.!' "Sick, bosh!" cried the crowd. "He's well enough." "Hathaway, you let him alone. If you are spoiling for a fight you can have it with me." "All right," said nathaway. "You send your baby boy to me with the message he asked you to bring." And so it was arranged that Hender son and Hathaway should fight. But this did not serve in the case of Dor kins, who received the dead cut from the crowd. Mary accepted the position of second when she should have been first, and they despised her. Mary further incurred the contempt of the crowd by displaying a trembling hand when she handed her principal his revolver. "What's the matter with you?" re marked the opposing second, "you're in no danger, you little" He broke off suddenly at a glance from Henderson. Dorkins was to give the first signal by dropping a hat. It is questionable if the signal would have been given had not the second's hand trembled so she couldn't hold it. At the first fire Hathaway was unhurt; Henderson had the top of his ear taken off. He con trived to keep his second from seeing it by turning it from her. The two prin cipals stood ready for the second signal when, suddenly, Mary saw blood on Henderson's collar. This was more than she could bear. Bushing to him she threw herself on his chest, placing herself between him and his adversary. Henderson turned red as the comb of a cock. "It's all up, boys," he said. "Tom my's a gal." With a wild hurrah the crowd hus tled the pair on to their horses and did not stop till they had found a parson to marry them. Mary was married in sombrero, boots and spurs. Before she donned a more appropriate bride's at tire she had to spend the savings of months giving her associates a jollifi cation such as they had never had be fore. ANNA EDNA CARROLL. It is not what a man earns, not the amount of his income, but the relation of his expenditures to his receipts that determine his poverty or wealth. Anou ALL ON TIRE. A Richmond Citizen Tells How Relief Came. Ever have Eczema? Have any itching skin disease? Itching almost drives you crazy; You feel "all on fire" Doan's Ointment brings quick re lief; Cures Eczema, Itching Tiles. And all itchiness of the skin. Mrs. Henry Ranks, of 112 Ft. Wayne avenue says: "Doan's Oint ment is a splendid remedy, the best I ever used and I can recommend it wherever a soothing and healing prep aration is required. I was troubled for years with hemorrhoids in a very severe form, and although I tried a great many different remedies I never obtained the least relief from them until Doan's Ointment was recom mended and I got a box at A. G. Lu ken's drug store. A few applications relieved the irritation. I believe Doan's Ointment will cure any case where its use is indicated." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. Women as Wen as iuen Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessenu ambition; beauty, vigor disappear vhen the kid- r.cys are out ot oraer t ; or cur.ea-ea. vU Kidr.cy trouble ha3 wi'AgJ : become so prevalent tJiCL T! that it i-: nnt rnmrnmnn V-N M - I for a chil i to be born Ut nevs. If the. r.hild urin- ass too cfien, if tho jrine scalds the fiesh cr if, when the child 'eacnes an age vhen it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with ied-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment cJ hese important organs. This unpleasant crouble is Cue to a diseased condition cf the kidneys ard bladder and not to a habit as oiost people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate efiect of SwampRoot is soon realized. 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More style, of course, in fancy driv ing harness; but all our harness is made from good stock and every set maintains our reDUtatlon aa to equipments at very moderate prices. ThelWIgginsCo. VJHEU lU CHICAGO Stop at the m: Dathm A Hotel Combined 8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Carta at all hours. ? J BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turtdsh. Russian, Shower. Plunge, etc. The finest Bwimmine POtl in the i world. Turkish Bath and Lodging. 1.00. Most inexpensiv . j first class hotel ia Chicaeo. Right iu tht ... r ihf, nitr. Booklet on application. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St.CHICAGU-Kear gtite A raid