RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1904
Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan which allows
you 50 weeks in which to pay off your loan:
.60 is weekly payment for $55.
l.'J0 is weekly payment for $50.
If these do not suit vou, call and see us and we will explain other plans to you.
Applications by mail or phone receive prompt attention.
RICHMOND LOAN CO.
Room 8, Colonial Building.
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Pise Crova tzi Bridge Work. TEZ C3LC1TUL.
We are expecting within
The nicest line of
627 and 629
On hand at all times
Best family Iard in the city.
phones 1084 & 359 .qchwegmarTs Meat Market
nfilf: J. O BARBER, General Agent, RoomKiflcnrkdond?i1na.Bld8
35 S OUTH TENTH ST
2. 1530 MAIN' STKEET.
Homo HKe Menu. Rates Reasonable
T. J. COOK, O. D., Scientific Optician
Cures all errors of refraction without dilating the pupil. j
Eyes tested free. All workjguaranteed.
Office Hours 8 to J2; 1:30 to 5:30;7 to 9
"'"' OLIVER C.
Feed of all kinds always on hand.
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
$1.80 is weekly payment for $75.
$2.40 is weekly payment for $100.
Home Phone 445
a few days
We have ever carried.
Be sure and see the line
Mesda'cs Smith & Conlej
30 X. Eleventh St.
FROM 1002 MAIN STREET TO
ROOMS 33 and 134, COLONIAL BUILDING
MOORE of The River Roller Mills
LIGHT TURNED OR
Eussia Heady to Emerge
From Dark Cloud of Mis
representation. CEXSOBSHIP ABOLISHED
An Act Regarded as the Most Im
portant to Ilussia Since Email
pat ion of Serf's.
Lifting of an Embargo Existing for
Generations the Personal Act
of the Czar.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 20. The Rus
sian government has abolished the
censorship upon all news and other
telegrams going abroad.
The lifting of the embargo, which
has existed for generations upon the
free transmission of news from the
Russian empire, came as a direct re
sult of consideration of the subject by
the czar himself and in some respects
this abolition is regarded here as the
most important act since the emanci
pation of the serfs. Under a regime
allowing perfect freedom to the for
eign press it is believed that Russia
will soon cease to be constantly sub
ject to underground attack, and that
she will see herself through honest
"For years," said a prominent offi
cial, "our country has been the victim
of every imaginable slander and mis
representation because it was known
that telegrams addressed to foreign
sources went through the hands of the
Russian censor. Any story, no matter
how baseless or exaggerated, that was
sent surreptitiously across the border,
was greedily accepted abroad, espec
ially by the Russophobes, as true, be
cause the government would not put
its official stamp upon it. Regular
anti-Russian news factories have been
in operation in Berlin, Vienna and
elsewhere, and these have spread the
most absurd and preposterous libels
supplied by the enemies of Russia.
Every act of the government has been
twisted and distorted. Insignificant
student affairs or workingmen's riots,
such as would not attract general at
tention elsewhere, have been magni
fied into great movements of popular
discontent until certain portions of the
world have been led to believe that
Russia was perpetually on the eve of
a great revolution.
"Some English newspapers, espec
ially have conducted systematic cam
paigns against us. Moreover, the fact
that dispatches were censored has of
ten been interpreted as semi-official
authorization, when perhaps they in
no sense represented the views of the
government. Hereafter the corres
pondents of foreign newspapers will
be untrammeled. We expect to see
Russia presented in her true light..
The opening of the flood gates may
result in the evilly disposed stirring
up as much mud as possible, but we
feel confident that in the end truth will
prevail. We are not afraid to have
the light turned on.. We are proud of
our country and we are entitled to
faithful and honest presentation of our
Foreign telegrams, until recently,
were subject to censorship at the min
istry of foreign affairs, but, since the
death last fall of M. Gretch, who was
at one time connected with the Rus
sian embassy at Washington, the cen
sorship has been temporarily under
the ministery of the interior, where
the permanent censor bureau of plays,
books and newspapers in Russia is
News telegrams addressed to foreign
sources originating, in the mott dis-
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.
fvjx The woman
Cfi '! who suffers
on iier own nap
piness and the
v- JT - others She
cannot help it.
Those who 6uf
smile and sine.
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.
WI 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 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 pood color in my face ;
have also pained abut 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
tha 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 papt:r-covered
book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
t&ivt pa'.h JT l he empire, "Vladivostoc"
for exajrpl?. or Qlessa. were former!;
tolcpraphed to St. Petersburg to bc
pass-id on. M. Plehve, minister of the
interior, and Count Lamsdorf, the for
eign minister, both joined in the rec
ommendation that the censorship bo
The internal censorship is to be. re
tained, but foreign dispatches are to
be entirely free. Inasmuch as a state
of war exists telegrams from the thea
ter of hostilities will be subject to the
same kind of military censorship en
forced in all countries under similar
Presbyterian and Cumberland Church
es Have Declared for Union.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 20. At a confer
ence extending over the past three
days, the committee on church co-operation
and union of the Presbyterian
churches of the United States and the
committee on fraternity and union of
the Cumberland Presbyterian church,
have unanimously adopted an agree
ment as a basis of the union of the two
churches. It is in the shape of a report
to the general assemblies of the two
churches and will have to be ratified
by both those bodies before it be
comes operative. Both general assm
blies meet May 19, the Presbyterian
at Buffalo and the Cumberland at Dal
las, Tex. The union is to be effected
on the doctrinal basis of the confession
of faith of the Presbyterian church
in the United States of America, as
revised in 1903 and of its other doc
trinal and ecclesiastical standards.
Murderer's Awful Fate.
Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 20. Glenco
Bays, a negro, was burned at the
stake near Crosset, on the charge of
murdering J. D. Stephen, of Ashley.
A PRETTY TRIBUTE
Indiana Miners Suspended
Work in Honor of
KEPT FUNERAL H0UE
Fifteen Thousand Toilers in the
Mines of the State Reverence the
Memory of a Friend.
The Operators I Heariily Concurred
in the Order of President
Terre Haute, Ind., Feb. 20. Fifteen
thousand miners in Indiana suspended
work at noon Friday in respect to the
memory of Senator Hanna. President
John Mitchell sent a message to Pres
ident Kolsem, of the Indiana opera
tors, saying the miners had beep asked
to suspend work, and that he hoped
the arrangement would not inconven
ience the operators. President Kol
sem replied: ''I heartily concur in
the action taken, and believe that I
voice the sentiment of every operator
In the state of Indiana."
Supreme Court Decision That Has Far-
Indianapolis, Feb. 20. A number of
school towns in Indiana are disappoint
ed by the decision of the Indiana su
preme court that a man who bid on
the $35,000 of school bonds offered for
sale by Rushville need not tako them
because tne act under which they
were sold is unconstitutional, having
made an arbitrary classification of
towns. The decision is probably a
death blow to such legislation in the
future. The act construed by the su
preme court as unconstitutional ap
plied to towns of not less than 4,540
nor more than 4,545, according to the
last preceding United States census,
which could mean only Rushville.
When the last general assembly met
there was a request from many towns
of the state for legislation permitting
school trustees to borrow more money
and levy additional tax in order to
meet tae needs of the public school
system. A general law was passed,
but several of the towns had special
acts passed which defined the popula
tion so narrowly as not to affect any
other town. It is these towns that are
affected by the court's ruling.
Nice Point in Law.
Bluffton, Ind., Feb. 20. John W. Ter
rel, convicted of the murder of Melvin
Wolfe, his son-in-law, and recommend
ed to life imprisonment, is again on
trial in tne circuit court here, this
time to determine his mental condi
tion. Judge Smith is presiding and the
attorneys who figured in the murder
trial are in attendance. His friends
are confident that Terrel will be de
clared of unsound mind, and that he
will be transferred eventually to the
hospital at Richmond. The disposition
of . Terrel involves a nice distinction
of law, in which Judge Smith will have
to exercise the inherent right of his
office. There is no statute covering
this particular case, and, in fact, there
is no case of record in the United
States, so far as called to the attention
of the cenrt, where a prisoner await
ing life sentence has become insane
after the verdic t was rendered and
prior to pronouncing sentence.
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two phj'sicians had a long and
stubborn tight with an abscess on my
right lung" writes J. F. Hughes of
DuPont, Ga. "and gave me up. Ev
erybody thought my time had cornel
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 Lung troubles. Guaran
teed by A. G. Luken & Co., drug
gists. Price 50c, and $1.00. Trial
The Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results
in death. Thus a mere scratch, in
significant cuts or puny boils 1 ave
paid the death penalty. It is wise
to have Bueklen's Arnica Salve ever
handy. It's the best Salve on earth
and will prevent fatality, when
Burns, sores. Ulcers and Piles threat
en. Only 25c, at A. G. Luken & Co.,
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.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
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.
1G Fifth and south H.
18 Seventh and south II.
South of Main, Between Seventh and
21 Eighth and Main.
23 Eighth and south E.
24 Seventh and south G.
25 Ninth and south A.
20 Tenth and south C.
27 Eleventh and Main.
28 Eleventh and south J.
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.
3G Eleventh and south A.
37 Twentieth and Main.
North of Main, West of Tenth to
41 Third and Main, Robinson's shop
42 Third and North C.
43 City -Building.
45 Gaar, Scott & Co.
46 No. 1 Hose House, N. Eighth.
47 Champion Roller Mills.
48 Tenth and North I.
West Richmond and Fairview.
5 West Third and Chestnut.
51 West . Third and National Road.
52 West Third and Kinsey.
53 West Third and Richmond Ave.
54 Earlham College.
55 State and Boyer.
56 Grant and Ridge.
57 Hunt and Maple.
5S Grant and Sheridan.
59 Bridge Ave., Paper Mill.
North of E, East of Tenth.
61 Railroad Shops.
62 Hutton's Coffin Factory.
63 Hoosier Drill Works.
64 Wayne Agricultural Works.
65 Richmond City Mill Works.
66 Westcott Carriage Works.
67 Thirteenth and North H.
Between Main and North D., East of
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.
1-2-1 Fire Out.
10-10-10 Natural Gas Off.
10 Natural Gas On.
312 Noon and 6 p. m.
On Street Car Line;
W. H, Bradbury & Son
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THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating
QUESTION . . . . .the men. Not
bothering us much, however.
Carpents Cleaned by a New Process,
shirtwaists, we will do the launder
ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUN
DRY ncrness for. show
and harness for every
rtay nse may mean a '
difference In qnallty
in 6oine makes here
they arb Identical in
strength and durabil
ity. More Ktyle. ot
course, in fancy driv
ing harness; bnt all
our harness is made
from good stock and
every set maintain!
our reputation as to
workmanship and finish. All sorts of horsa
equipments at very moderate prices.
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J BATHS OF ALL KINDS.
Turkish. Russian, Shower. Plunge, etc The
finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish
Bath and Lodging. $1.00. Most inexpensive P
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nrst Class notei in t-mcaeo. jugai m int.
heart ot the city. Booklet on application.
New Northern Baths & Hotel
14 Quincy St. CH1CA CO Near gtate
A BIG BUNDLE
Of trouble is often lifted from the shoul
ders of the housewife by sending her
BIG BUNDLE of "rough dried" clothes
to a reliable, ur-to-date Laundry.
No. 18North Ninth St.
Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana.
Low Tares 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 line&
Who was 3Tour grandfather of 1C0O
ears agoT We know how to trace
onr foreparents back, perhaps far
leyond the origin of our family
lame. Please enclose a stomp for
eply when you write, for we work
theap. Address Samuel B. Huddles-'
on, Dublin, Ind. 4
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