GENNETT THEATRE. $
Monday Evening, Fefcf29 f
fc First Time Here of
Written by Lottie
Blair arker. Au
thor 'Way Down East
The Most Original, Unhackneyed and Diverting
Play of Southern Life Ever written
Three Months of Unqualified Success at the Bel
asco Theater, New York
A REMAItKAHLE CAST, INCLUDING
Miss Sara Lewis, Miss Ida Mulle.Miss Laura Oakman, Miss Franc
Matterson. Miss Bertha North, Miss Cecilia Clay, Miss Eva Ben
ton, Miss Kate Harden, Miss Edna Larkin, Mr. Budd Caruth,
Mr. Edward B Loring, Mr Charles Averting, Mr. William Ferry
Mr. Murry Wood, Mr. Cyril Raymond, Mr. Lvnn B. Hammond,
Mr. J. A. Macurdy, Mr. J. B. Click.
Production Massive and Complete in Every Detail
Prices 25c, 50, 75c, $J.
Seats on Sale Friday, Feb. 26, at Nixon's Confectionery.
Tiae Crowa asi Bridgs Wcrl. TZS COLONIAL.
We are expecting within
The nicest line of
627 and 629
IO N. TENTH ST.
On hand at all times
Best family IarI intlie city.
Phones 10M & 359 .q0hwegman's Meat Market
J. O BARBER, General Agent, noomnlolt&md&
35 S OUT II TENTH ST
NO. 1530 MAIN ST11EKT.
Homo like Menu. Rates Reasonable
pry OXA I FR0M 1002 MA,N street to
II L- lVI W V- 1 ROOMS 33 and 134, COLONIAL BUILDING
T. J. COOK, O. D. Scientific Optician
Cures all errors'of refraction without dilating thepupil.
Eyes tested free. All workfguaranteed.
Office Hours 8 to J2l:30 to 5:30;7 to 9
Made only by
Feed of all kinds always on hand.
the Great Success
A Play That
a few days
Wehave ever carried.
Be sure and see the line
Mesda'es Smith 8: Conley
N. Eleven tti St.
MOORE of The River Roller Mills
RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1904
(5 i t L i.
Theatrical managers are not given
to praising rival attractions, but
Manager Joseph C. Logan, of the
Clay Clement company, said last
"Tell your people to see 'Under
Southern Skies.' ' It is one of the
most beautiful plays ever written
and staged, and is being presented by
Mr. Parker's original company with
the original scenery and accessories."
"Hello, Eph; does yo know dat
Mr. Al. G. Field am headed dis wayf
Yes, sir; he sure is. Gwine to be at
de Gennett next Saturday. All of de
company's white, but 'niggers' from
'way back yander. Look out fur de
band, I tell you."
"The New Dominion" was pre
sented at the Gennett theater last
night, and the only thing to say re
garding it is, "Better than ever. Mr.
and Mrs. Clement and the entire cast
responded to frequent curtain calls,
and the meager audience present were
delighted with the play and players.
The pleasure was marred, however, by
the thought that so many of those
who appreciate a good play had
"missed another one."
Manager O. G. Murray, of the Gen
nett, will return this evening from
Cincinnati. Mr. Murray's trip was
on business that will interest local
theater-goers in the near future.
Mrs. Mary Hampton and daugh
ter, of Ilichmond, are here visiting
Jess Thomas and family have
moved into the house recently vaca
ted by Julian Thomas and Sam Al
exander and family have taken
Rupard Johnson ,of Indianapolis,
has been here for a few days visitin?
his father, Dr. Johnson and other rel
atives. Mrs. Sadie Williamson and Mrs. A.
W Wool man. avIio have been very
sick are slowly improving in health.
The postoflice has moved into the
new vacated room of Alexander
Tiros. 's new building on Main street.
Mrs. Van M. Thomas and Mrs.
Ellen White attended the funeral of
Mrs. George Bascom of Lynn last
Miss Mattie Harris, Elizabeth
Woolman and J. Overman were at
Richmond today on business.
The final election for members to
the school council was held Friday
and resulted as follows: 8A members,
George Hodge, Earl Henley, Kather
ine Schneider and Lucile Polyglass:
SB members, Harry Frankel, Ruth
Harris and Helen Staub; 7A mem
bers, Roland Coatc and Mildred
The Royals defeated the Eagles be
fore the largest audience of the sea
son Thursday evening by a score of
;" to 2. Both teams played "good
polo," but luck went against the
Eagles in the third period and their
opponents scored five goals.
The managers and captains of the
different polo teams met in the prin
cipals 's office to discuss the different
rules of the gymnasium. They de
cided that "hard driving" must be
There were iio general exercises
Friday. The executive committee
met at 3:1:5, the usual time for the
There is to be an effort to put new
life into the Audobon society this
term. The aim will be to awaken a
practical interest in the birds of this
locality that will lead the members of
the society to make a study of them
from observation and to take meas
ures to protect and help them.
The Garfield pupils Avill be re
quested to assist in the work to be
taken up by the Civic Improvement
league, organized this week. School
children are able to do much toward
keeping streets ami lawns clean and
beautiful, if they are only led to
see the need for such improvements.
The gymnasium at Garfield is
popular with the high school hoys as
wel las the ones at Garfield. Basket
ball and polo teams of high school
have both re-quested" dates on the
schedule with the Garfielders, but it
was necessary to refuse them because
of the number of Garfield athletes
who desire the use of the room.
Spectators are forbidden to witness
the games except on Friday nights.
The players of polo 'and basket
ball hope that there will be a new
floor layed in the gymnasium this
coming summer. This improvement is
greatly needed, and probably will be
The Clippers toolc a close game
from the Elks Tuesday evening by a
score of 5 to 4.
The Storks have been defeated
twice this week, first by the Giants.
Score 26 to 2, and then by the Mon-
archs. Score 22 to 3.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Drischel and
daughter, Mabel, are the guests, of
friends and relatives here.
Karl Kauffman, a member of the
Freshman class, is sick with the
measles, and will be unable to attend
school for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kepler, of
Pleasant Hill, were in this city yes
Miss Bessie Weber, of Hagerstown.
who has been the guest of Miss
Louise Klieber for the past few days,
returned home yesterday.
Mr. Richard Clark is the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Mr. Bond, of Richmond, was in this
city on business yesterday.
Miss Edmunds, teacher of room No.
4 of the Cambridge school, returned
to her home in Richmond last night.
Hairy Ware will spend Sunday
with his mother, near Pleasant Hill.
Mr. John Callaway, who has been
seriously ill for the past few weeks,
does not improve as his friends would
John MeKee made a business trip
to Webster, Ind., yesterday.
Mrs. William Kepler was shopping
in Richmond yesterday.
Miss Mary Taylor, of Hagerstown,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. L.
Mr. E. Wright, of Moran, Kan.,
and his son, John Wright, of Cum
berland, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. I. N. Falls.
Miss Mabel Kepler, of East Gcr
mantown. was the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Will Sweeney, yesterday.
About twenty-five gentlemen from
surrounding towns, who accompanied
the Holland palace car "Frances,"
took dinner at the Vinton house yes
terday. Carl Mosbaugh has the scarlet
Frank Weaver, of Hagerstown, was
in this city yesterday.
Clarence King was here from Cen
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Drischel, Mr. and
Mrs. John Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs.
Matt Kreusch, Mr. and Mrs. Ora
Wagner, Miss Beulah Guy ton and
Lawrence Ogborn were among the
number who attended the dance at
Milton last night.
The National Drill company re
ceived a car load of steel from the
Carnegie Steel company's mills at
Vouncstown, Ohio, and also a car
load of eastings from the McSherie
Manufacturing company, of Middle
' Manv a child
has been fooled
b- the storv of
the pot of gold which
to oe lomvi just at
lie foot of the rain-
w. and has started
out to gather riches
full of happy dreams.
Many a mau and
ceived by the tale that
mere was neaiui to De
found out beyond the
sunset, and they have
started out dreaming
of a healthful future,
People who have tried change of cli
mate in vain for the cure of weak lungs
have been perfectly and permanently
cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It cures deep-seated
coughs, bronchitis, bleeding lungs, ema
ciation, and other conditions which, if
neglected or unskilfully treated, find a
fatal end in consumption.
"Last springr I had a severe attack of pneu
monia which left me with a verv bad cough,
and also left my lungs in a verv bad condition,"
writes John M. Russell. Esq.. of Brent, Cherokee
Nat.. Ind. Ty. "I had no appttite and was so
weak 1 could scarcely walk. My breast was all
sore with running sores. I pot two bottles of Dr
iierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which I be
lieve saved iny life. I cannot express my grati
tude to you. 1 am able now to do very good
Any substitute offered as "just as good"
as "Golden Medical Discovery" is a
shadow of that medicine. There are
cures behind every claim made for the
"Discovery," which no "just as good"
medicine can show.
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a book containing iooS pages,
is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps,
for expense of mailing only, for the fxxk
in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the vol
ume bound in cloth. Address Dr. K. V.
Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.
J s--JV '.-.-mar mr.-rjkw
The Causes of
The great cause is Uric Acid "in
There's a cause for all disease; a
reason why you suffer so with Rheu
matism. Ninety-five per cent of Rheu
matic troubles are caused by the pres
ence of Uric acid in the blood. Uric
acid is a bi-product in the process of
These Uric acid crystals are de
posited in the joints and tissues of the
body, and they are the cause of your
suffering and pains.
Athlophoros is the only remedy that
will dissolve Uric acid crystals and
drive it from the system. There is not
a form of Rheumatism that cannot be
helped by Athlophorous. It has a rec
ord of ninety per cent of cures. The
chances are it will cure you. That it
will relieve is certain.
For sale at all first-class druggists.
Send four cents in stamps for our new
book, "Rheumatism Its Cause and
Athlophoros Co., New Haven, Conn.
If your druggist doesn't sell it, let us know.
Elv'a Cream Eilni
.he diseased meiu'itine.
.rt enres catarrh and drives
sway a coid ia the head
Cream Balm is placed Into the nostrils, spread
over the membrane and la abscised. Kelief is im
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not produce sneezes. Large Sizo, 50 cents at irug
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Use Big O for unnatural
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Baggageman ami llrake
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JOHNSON'S PRACTICAL RAILWAY.
One way Colonist Rates to the
iVest and Northwest via The C, C.
L. Washington, Oregon, Montana,
fee For further information call on
3. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home "Phone 44.
BEN HUR AT DAYTON
The Dayton & "Western Traction
company will run special cars after
the Ben Ilur performances at Day
ton on Saturday, February 27th, and
Wednesday, March 2d, through to
Richmond -for the accommodation of
those who expect to attend. Tickets
for the play may be procured by de
positing the amount with agent at
in terurban station.' 20-tf
TRY THE PALLADIUM FOR
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liilckiy asw-ertui.. our opmioti frco wiittUer isa
iiiveitifn in prbbly p;itef:li'. Comrouriia
tions strictly roniloentlal. KANDECCK on Pat;rit-
ent free. Oldest asreney for cecarinfrpateats.
Patents taken through Maim & Co. recelTe
tpeeial notice, without chnrce, in tiio
A handsomely Ilhidtrated wsek1y. T.nrpent
dilation of r.y aeientitlft journal. Ternie, $3 i
year: four months, fl. told by ail r.ewsrtalers.
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Branch Offlca. S25 V 6t Washiotcton. D. C
EACH !SSUE CONTAIN DEAUTlFUaY
ILLUSTRATED DISHES, DECORATIONS
FOR THE TA3LET, DAINTY MENUS FOR
ALL OCCASION' ETC.
It is the AMr.f'c. authority
ON CULINARY TOPICS .si FASHIONS.
CUBREMT ISSUS IOC. f f.CO PER YEAR
TABLE TAL!'. rJ3. CO., PH'LA.
1'!3 Chestnut ct.
Harness for show
and harness for every
day nse may mean a
difference In qaU:y
In some mates here
they art? Identical In
strength and durabil
ity. More style, of
course, in fancy driv
ing harness; bat all
onr harness Is made
from good stock and
every set maintain!
oar reputation as to
workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse
equipments at very moderate pi ices.
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, up-to-date Laundry.
No. 18North Ninth St.
Phone 147. Richmond, IndiaEa.
THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating
QUESTION the men. Not
bothering: us much, however.
Carpents Cleaned by a New Piocess.
shirtwaists, we will do the launder
rHE RICHMOND STEAM LAUN
DRY WHEH itl GHiQAGQ
Bath Hotel Combined
8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-Ia-Carta
at all hours. ' ,
J BATHS OF ALL KINDS.
Turkish. Russian, Shower, Plunge, etc The
finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish
Bath and Lodging. J 1.00. Most inexpensive
first class hotel in Chicaeo. Right ia th.
heart of the city. Booklet on application.
Now Northern Baths & HotclX
14 Quincy St. CHICA GO Near State
Low Tares to Georgia via Pennsyl
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 lines.
Who was jour grandfather of 1CO0
Tears ago? We know how to trace
Tour foreparents back, perhaps far
eyond the origin of jour family
larae. Please enclose a stmp for
eply when you write, for we work
heap. Address Samuel 13. Huddles
on, Dublin, I"L
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