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PwICHMOinD DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904.
TUBES fv O. G. MURRAY Lessee and Manager Thursday, Blarcli 3. EDWARD BLONDELL'S Hlg Spectacular Extravanganza Through the Centre of the Earth- A f.5.onoiProtluctlon, Sucerr Scenery, Beau tiful Light Effects. 10(1 -orgenusTranfor-mations. ;J0 Ph,OP1jE. SEP The north Pole, Beatlful Snow Storm Effect. The Forbidden Passage to the Inner World. , The Wlerdlv Beautiful Centre of the Earth. The Den of Koyal Dragons. A Maze of Electric Splendor.' ?A Blot of C jmedy and Mechanism. Special Features ZEDAand DILLA K?at CLAKK'S KLKCTIUC BALLET 10 Beautiful Girls 10 WARD AND ROBIN SOX, German Comedians. PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c, and 7Sc. Sale of Seats opens at Nixon's Confection ery, S0G Main, Tuesday, March 1st. !E3- IB. j-u:ec Gennett Theat re IBGimBBflB Tia Crews a&l Bridge TCork. TEX COLONIAL. We are expecting within The nicest line of before T. GILBERT 627 and 629 D IO X. 1EMII ST. On hand at all times Best family Iard intlie city. phones 1084 & 359 .qoh wegm an's Meat Market TheloFthixt ester Milwaukee, Wisconsin. J. O. BARBER, General Agent, cSmaUTAi. 8 l Drs Peterson 35 S OUTH TENTH ST PHIL BROOKENS NO. 1530 MAIN STREET. (COAL ELECT BOARDING Homo ilKe Menu. Rates ReasonaDle Q C7 h A OX A I FR0M 1002 MA,N STREET TO II C- iVI W Vr I 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 workguaranteed. Office Hours 8 to 12;" 1:30 to 5:30;7 to 9 jreeriess Maae0nlyby ouyER t Feed of all kinds always on hand. Imuscmcnts A hearty laugh is the best-known cure for the blues, and you may rid yourself of thein for a long time to come if you attend the performance of Edward Blondell's big spectacular extravaganza, " Through the Center of the Earth," at the Gennett thea ter Thursday evening. The comical and complicated doings , of Reuben Glue (Mr. Blondell), who sets out with Professor Portley and his daugh ter, Gussie, on a search for the en trance to the center of the earth, whither they have been directed by a mummy brought back to life by Prof. Porley's marvellous rejuvenating fluid, and their final entrance to the mysterious inner world, where, by the aid of the magic Goo-Goo Eye, given them bv the mummy, Reuben be comes king, and rules supreme, form Dentist a few days Children's Go-Carts and Carriages Wehave ever carried. Be sure and see the line purchasing. DUNHAM, Main Street. nr.. RIBS, SHOULDERS, PIGS FEET, mataalIiifeIns,Co BM OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS WO TEL. NO. 1G3S .1 jMesda'es Smith & Conley I30 Eleven til jSt. our MQOREJof The River Roller Mills MILTON.IND. Fl the chief thread upon which hangs a very laughable and highly interesting plot, which is interspersed by many excellent musical numbers interpret ed by a large chorus of pretty girls in exquisite costume creations. Minstrel Music. Since the days of Sam Hague s British minstrels, nothing has ap proached the vocal department of the Al. G. Field greater minstrels. In number of singers, superb quality of voices or ensemble strength it has stood at the top of the ladder. Year after year it has been the ai mof Mr. Field to increase and strengthen his vocal corps until today it stands un challenged in the vocal world. For the season of 1903-4 he has en gaged such h-ric stars as Reese Pros ser, the romantic Welsh tenor: Al bert Tint, whose pure, tenor is the wonder of the profession; Joseph E. Blamphin, the English robust tenor; Thos. Ilarle, English Lyric tenor; George Pearce, the English Alto; Thos. McKenna, the superb baritone; Benson B. Bathrick, the German bar itone; Frank L. Mineh, whose power ful bass voice has made him a much wanted soloist, and in addition, the Apollo quartet and a chorus of train ed voices. The singing in the first part of the great entertainment of the Al. G. Field minstrels, under the direction of Paul LaLonde, the celebrated bas so, is one of the features of the per formance and reaches the dignity of a chamber concert. Mr. Field has al ways held unchallenged and proud distinction of furnishing the best to be had in the vocal line, and his singers the present season are up to, if they do not surpass, anything he has heretofore presented. The pro gram offers all that is best in vocal music, and the magnificent choir of voices adds to the high standard of the entertainment. At the Gennett theater Saturday, matinee and night. . Richmond play-goers have often witnessed dramatic productions pre sented b yactors of far greater fame than those that composed the cast of "Under Southern Skies" at the Gen nett theater last night, but it is doubtful if a Richmond audience ever left the theater better pleased than did' those who witnessed Lottie Blair Parker's masterwork upon its first appearance in this city. As a play it is much deeper than "'Way Down East"; its characters are finer, and its story of woman's Aveakness and sin and the suffering it entailed was well, true to every day life, just such a story as all who have reached adult age know of and understand. While a touch of sad ness pervaded the play, yet it was en livened by a happy vein of youthful jollity and exhalted sentiment that was most pleasing; for how could gloom prevail with such a merry crowd of young people as those that contributed, with the aid of a "pace! o' niggers" to make "Under South ern Skies" a play long to be remem bered by even the most stoical' and critical play-goer. While some of the characters were not especially strong, all were good and the leading roles were in excellent hands. "Under Southern Skies" is not a play that will have a pecunious life for a season and then be forgotten but, like "'Way DoAvn East," Avill ad dto its fame year by year. The play will The distracting headaches from which bo many women suffer make life a daily purgatory. If men suffered with head ache as women do, business would be almost at a stanstill. Does not the fact that men do not suffer from these severe headaches suggest that there must be a womanly cause for them ? 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"Favorite Prescription" has the testi mony of thousands of women to its com plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not accept an unknown and unproved sub stitute in its place. Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medipal Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send twenty-one oiie-ct. vjStamps for the the txxk in paper covers, or thirty-one stamps for the cloth -bound volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. be presented in this city next season at Hie new iinllips. What's coming to the Gennett the atre .Saturday? Better investigate. It will be worth your while. The Jeffersonh in "The Rivals" come to the Gennett Feb. 12. There is a big bunch of "good ones" headed this way. TIME CARD. Richmond Street & Interurban Rail way Company. Cars leave hourly :r Centerville, East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton, from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m., returning same hours. Sun same hours, except first car leaves at C a. m. Indianapolis Cars. Limited cars leave eighth and Main street (by city cars transferring at west side barns) at 7 :45 a. m., 11 :45 a. m. and 3:45 p, m. Limited cars leave Indianapolis for Richmond same hours. These cars stop only at Big Four crossing, Cam bridge City, Dunreith, Knightstown tnd Greenfield. Local cars leave Richmond for In dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1, 3, 5 and 7 p. m. C. A. Denman, Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn- sylvania Lines. March 31st and April 1st, excur sion tickets to Indianapolis, account Meeting Southern Indiana Teachers' Association; will be sold via Pennsyl vania Lines. For particulars about time of trains, etc., see Local TicVet Agent of those lines. CAMBRIDGE CITY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young, of New Castle, spent Sunday with Claude Waller. Dr. Thurston, of Hagerstown, was in this city yesterday. The B. M. C.'s held a very inter esting meeting with the M'sses Lil lian and Bessie Brooks., last night. Light refreshments were served. The National drill works begun yes terday to work ten hours a day. Mr. and Mrs. Bent "Wilson returned home yesterday from a few days' visit with relatives in Spieoland. Mrs. Lutz, who has been the guest of her brother, Mr. John Gwynn, north of here, for the past few weeks, returned " to her home, on West Church street yesterday. The National Drill company receiv ed a car load of cultivator wheels from the Electric Wheel company, of Laporte, Ind., yesterday. Ralph Tague was home from Brad ford, O., where he has a position as telegraph operator, yesterday. The Bon Ton Musical club will bo entertained at a taffy pv'iing at Prof. George Doll's home next Friday even ing. At the drawing at Matt Shew'.- saloon Saturday evening. Homer Kimmer was the lucky ma'.. With every five cent purchase the purchas er receives a coupon and ever" twenty coupons calls for a ticket. At the end of each month the tickets, bearing thv? owner's name, are placed in a box and the second ticket drawn out is the lucky one, which entitles the person whose name is on the ticket to a railroad transpor to tlie world's fair. George Furrey, traveling salesman for Patton Bros., wholesale cigar dealers, of Indianapolis, was In this city on business today. Mr. Atkins, of Indianapolis, was transacting business here yesterday. Dean Jacques, of Richmond, was in this city Saturday afternoon. E. J. Drisehel opened his new shoa store in the Drisehel building today. This is not altogether a new occu pation for Mr. Drisehel, as he was with S. B. Fisher for a number of years. ITe carriers a fine line of shoes and his many' friends of Cam bridge City and surrounding country wish him success. James Dennis, of Richmond, spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. Bunch, of New Castle, was transacting business here yesterday. Lon ITamel has accepted a position in the buggy repair shop of Lee De Hays. Mr. and Mrs. "Matt Shew received a telegram yesterday announcing the serious illness of Mr. Asa Robbins, of Cincinnati. Charles P. Doney, who has been sick for a few days, returned to hi-? work at Glenn Beeson's restaurant yesterday. Mrs. Nichols and daughter, of Brookville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. McNamara. CATARRH CURE FOR i CATARRH IS ELY'S Cream Balm Easy and pleasant to. ncLO ('ntninfi nn in jurious drugs. I it is qmcKiy apsoro- i eu. vries uciici ai ... mm mm m mm .i t -. T 1 ; f once. It opens and I I II 1 1 Ifr Mr HI I cleanses the Nasal I'as- " " . sees, allayg Inflammation, Heals ana froteca he Membrane. Pesf ores the Senses of Taste an t Smell. Large size 50c, at Druggists or by mails Trial size, 10c by mail. JSL.Y UKOS., 56 warren bi., isew iorg, Miiu a Mil wnmifrAt HUH HIIU !. Cue Big t3 tnr unnatural discharges. inflammations 'rrittttiona or ulceration: of nincoua membrane Pmntm f Ontario.. loiloaj n.l nnr uutHn heEvansChemicaiCo. cent or nofoonous. 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Not bothering us much, however. Carpents Cleaned by a New Piocess. shirtwaistst we will do the launder ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LATJN DRY WHEtJ HI CHICAGO Stop at tbe Bath A Hotel Combined 8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Carta at all hours. J BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turkish, Russian, Shower, Plunge. etc Th finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Bath and J-odgin. $1.00. Most inexpensive first class hotel in Chicago. Right iu the Kart of tha citv. Booklet on application. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CHICAGO tiettT State 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 lines. t Who was your grandfather of 1CO0 ears ago? We know how to trace 'our foreparents back, perhaps far leyond the origin of your family lame. Please enclose a stamp for eply when you write, for we work iheap. Address Samuel B. Huddles on, Dublin, LwL . BG BUNDLE V