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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904.
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The Richmond Palladium
TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904.
THE WEATHER.
Indiana Cloudy tonight and Wed
nesday, warmer in south tonight,
probably colder in north Wednesday.
Optical goods at Haner's.
Eye glass changed at Haner's.
Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry. tf
Mrs. W. S.Hiser's shorthand school.
Try the Palladium for job printing.
Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha
ner's. Mr. E. R. Beatty spent yesterday
in New Castle.
Mr. '-Will Bell returned last night
fi-om Chicago and Anderson.
Mr. C. G. Swain returned last night
from a trip to Fort Wayne.
Mr. J. M. Coate left last night for
a business trip to Cincinnati.
Miss Nellie Gates, who has been
seriously ill, is very much better.
Mr. O. G. Murray has returned
from a business trip to Cincinnati.
Sol. Copeland and ('has. Knapp, of
Hagerstown, were here yesterday on
business.
J. P. Parrise, who has been quite
ill with the grippe, has recovered and
is able to be about.
Mrs. L. H. My rick left today for a
'week's visit with her sister, Mrs. C.
W. Rice, of Columbus, O.
Mr. W. F. ITolton. T. P. A. of the
Union Pacific railroad, was in the
city yesterday on business.
Miss Angie Skinner, of Fountain
City, is the guest of Mrs. Hannah
Thomas, of north seventh street. ,
Typewriters, all makes, rented,
soldi Rentals, $3 to $5 per month.
Repairs and ribbons for all machines.
Tyrell, W.U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26.
Whitewater quarterly meeting of
Friends will be held at East Main
Street Friends' church on Saturday,
the 5th, at 10 o'clock in the morn
ing. The ladies of the First Methodist
Episcopal church will serve ham, es
ealloped oysters, hot rolls and other
good things at their supper tomorrow
evening.
Mr. Hal Ragan, press agent of the
Al. G. Field's greater ' minstrels, is
in the city today, looking after the
interests of that excellent company,
which appears at the Gennett next
Saturday, matinee and night.
If troubled with weak digestion,
belching or sour stomach, use Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will get quick relief. For
sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W.
II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main streets.
RAILROAD ON ICE.
Trkutsk, March 1. The first com
plete train crossed Lake Baikal on
the ice railroad today, consisting of
twenty-five cars.
SOUTH SIDE IMPROVEMENT.
The South Side Improvement asso
ciation meets at 7:15 this evening to
transact business and to enable mem
bers to attend the Commercial club
annual meeting and election of of
ficers in the Commercial club rooms,
1 Westcott hotel.
MARIEN, CINCINNATI'S DIS
TINGUISHED VIOLINIST, MUSI
CAL CLUB WEDNESDAY EVENING.
PORT ARTHUR
BOM
BARDED
RUSSIANS RESPONDED TO THE
CANNONADE AND
WERE
FORCEDTO SEEK SAFETY
Latest Reports From the Scene of
War Given Briefly.
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(By Associated Press.)
St. Petersburg:, March 1. The mil
itary authorities are removing non
combatants from all strategic points
in the far east to strengthen the de
fensive forces.
St. Petersburg, March 1. No con
firmation of the Yin-Kow report of
the Port Arthur bombardment, but
news of another attack at any time
would not be surprising.
Port Arthur, March 1. The Rus
sian torpedo bot injured on Febru
ary 26, in Pegon bay has been floated
and returned to Port Arthur.
Mukden, March 1. The troops are
in excellent spirits, expecting to meet
the Japanese. The Japanese fleet has
not attacked Port Arthur since Feb
ruary 20.
Che Foo, March 1. A Russian of
ficial dispatch says the Japanese re
newed their attack on Port Arthur
on February 29, which they kept up
for one hour. The cruiser Askold
had one gun dismounted and two men
injured. The Japanese loss is un
known. The Russians, on the 28th,
destroyed a Japanese torpedo boat
destroyer, which was sunk in the
outer harbor.
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Ballot Stood Dick, 27: Clark, 4.
(By Associated Press.)
Columbus, O., March 3. The state
senate balloted for United Stales
senator today, which resulted in a
victory for General Dick. The vote
resulted as follows: Dick, 27;
Clarke, 4.
PBESfDENT HABPER
Of Chicago University Operated on
For Appendicitis.
, .(By Associated Press.)
Chicago March 1. President Har
per, of the University of Chicago,
was operated on today for appendi
citis. Physicians say his condition,
after the operation, is satisfactory.
HEALTH OFFICE.
One case of German measles has
been reported in the family of E. R.
Beatty, 1703 Main street.
Births. To Mr. and Mrs. John
Sekey, 200 north second street, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hurt, 243
southwest third street, a boy.
GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago, March 1. Wheat 97 3-4e;
May corn 41 5-8c; May oats, 42c.
ENGAGEMENTS FOR THE WEES
Aftermath guest day, with Mrs. L.
C. Boyd, 10S south eighteenth street, j
Auxiliary of Christian Woman s
board of missions with Mrs. W. C. ;
Converse, 34 south tenth street.
Merry-Go-Round with "Mrs. J. A.
Moore, north eleventh street.
"Destrick Skule" by Eden lodge,
Daughters of Rebecca, in I. O. O. F.
half
Annual supper at First Presbyter
ian church.
The Christian culture class of the
First Baptist church with Miss Kate
Morgan, 118 north seventeenth street.
Mary F. Thomas Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union with Mrs.
Rebecca Farnham, 40 south eighth
street.
Wednesday.
Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Fifth Street Methodist
Episcopal church with Mrs. Emma
Addington, 20 north fifth street.
Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of Grace Methodist Episcopal
church at the parsonage, 913 north
A street.
Supper at the First Methodist
Episcopal church. ,
Annual meeting of Woman's Mis
sion circle of First Baptist church,
with Mrs. Addison Parker, 123 south
fifteenth street.
Musical club concert in Pythian
temple. ' ' ,fj -
Whist party by Miss Fannie Mey-;
er, 203 south eleventh street in bono?
of Miss Marjorie Taylor, of Hunt
ington, W. Va.
Thursday.
Card party by Mrs. Will Moffett,
107 north fifteenth street.
Thursday Thimble club with Mrs.
Frank Highley, 30 south twelfth
street.
Occult Research society with Mrs.
Isham Sedgwick, 2121 east -Main
street.
East End Whist club with Mrs.
Charles Buntell, 1222 east Main
street.
f I . 'Fridays
Supper at First English Lutheran
church.
Aid society in First Presbyterian
church parlors.
Whist party for ladies in the Elk
cJr' rooms. ;
Dime "social by Ladies' Aid society
of Grace Methodist Episcopal church,
at the home of Mrs. S. C. Doughty,
20 north twelfth street.
Services for ladies at , First Eng
lish Lutheran church at 3 o'clock.
Ivy club with Mrs. Harry Brooks,
200 north nineteenth street.
Saturday.
Dinner by the ladies of the Fifth
Street Methodist Episcopal church in
G. A. R. hall.
Nomads with the Misses Williams,
215 north sixth street.
Saturday Cinch club with Mr. and
Mrs. George Eggemeyer, 1221 east
Main street.
Leap year party by wives and
daughters of the T. P. A. in club
rooms.
The San Souci club meeting for
last evening, which was to have been
held with Miss Bertha Bailey, in Fair-
view, was postponed until next week
on account of a number of the mem
bers being unable to attend last even
ing. Tomorrow" evening occurs the an
nual thank offering meeting of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
of Grace Methodist Episcopal church.
The meeting will be held at the home
of Rev. and Mrs. M. S. Marble, 913
north A street. A special musical
program has been arranged for the
evening, and an address will be given
by Dr. G. II. Hill. A social hour,
too, is anticipated and refreshments
will be served. All the members are
expected to be present and a cordial
invitation is extended to their friends
and all friends of the society.
,
The Magazine club met yesterday
Polishes nickel on stoves,
plumbing, faucets, etc.
A1
afternoon with Mrs. Warren Gifford,
218 north thirteenth street. Articles
oll the Russio-Japanese .war were
read by Mrs. Harry Lamb and Mrs.
Charles Houghton. The social phase
of the meeting was also very enjoy
able. Next week's meeting will be at the
home of Airs. Charles Slifer, 217
north thirteenth.
For the three days, beginning Sat
urday and ending Monday night, a
house part' was conducted at the
home of Dr. G. A. Mot tier, who is
occupying the Reed homestead, cor
ner of eighth and north A streets as a
sanitarium. The hostess on the oc
casion was Mrs." J. M. Thornbrongh,
and to say she carried out the affair
successfully is but to say the affair
was in her hands. The party was
given in honor of James and Anna
White and, incidentally, to celebrate
the birthday anniversary of Mrs.
James White. It was a complete
gathering of the entire family circle,
five children being present. All of
Mr. '.White's brothers and their fam
ilies were members of this happy
gathering, and on Sunday afternoon,
from 2 to 5, about sixty-five of the
old friends and relatives called to
offer congratulations. It was the
first time in years that this substan
tial family ' have gotten together,
which made the occasion one long to
be remembered.
Mrs. Thornbrongh, whose culinary
art was never questioned, on this
occasion outdone all former efforts
in her endeavor to entertain all in a
royal way, and she certainly succeed
ed, to a marked degree.
Among those who partook of the
hospitality and the graciousness of
the event, were the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of De
troit ; also Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Kis-
kadden, Miss Ellen White, Mr. Sel
don White; Miss Hettie White, Mr.
Pruce Fisher of Grinnell, Iowa, Mr.
John D. Steddom and Mr. Morris
Steddpmand wife and Mr. J. G.
Steddom and family and all of Mr.
White's brothers and their families.
The 'Ladies' Aid society of East
Main Street Friends' church will hold
their regular meeting Thursday aft
ernoon at 1:30 p. m. in the Christian
Endeavor room. The ladies are very
anxious for all the members to be
present and bring their friends with
them.
The ladies of the Fifth Street
Methodist Episcopal church have se
lected Saturday, March 5th, as the
date for the serving of their dinner
in G. A. R. hall.
c
At the fifth street Methodist Epis
copal church, at high noon today, oc
curred the quiet but pretty wedding
of Mr. Fred K. Hicks and Miss Ota
Wyne, both of .Richmond, Rev. J. P.
Chamness officiating. The bride has
a host of friends and acquaintances,
as has also the groom, who has ac
quired quite a reputation as a violin
ist. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will reside
in this city.
Mrs. Hazzard and daughter, Miss
Martha, of Fairhaven, Vt., formerly
of Richmond, came last night to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Hazzard's
mother, Mrs. Strickland.
Arthur Test left for a short visit
in Dayton last evening. He will at
tend the production of "Ben-Hur."
Mrs. Ankeny, of Lafayette, Ind.,
came last night to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Strickland.
Mr.-and Mrs. Robert Detchen, of
Crawfordsville, who have been spend
ing a "few days with local relatives,
returned home yesterday.
Miss Lorle Ward, of Denver, Colo.,
who has been the giiest of Miss Clara
Morgan for several weeks, returned
home Monday.
Col. W. J. Robie left this after
noon for a six weeks' trip to Florida.
Gath Freeman, of Evansville, for
merly of Richmond, has returned
home, after a brief visit with Ben Hill
of south eighteenth street.
Miss Nora Lawler, of north eigh
teenth street, has returned from a
brief visit with Liberty friends.'
SOLD
L0EHR
Clothiers and Furnishers
725 Llain Street
Mrs. O. T. Xnode and mother,
Mrs. Hughes, of Chicago, are the
guests of 'Dayton relatives for a
week.
Miss Bertha Chapman returned last
night to Oxford, O., affer a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Abijah Pyle.
Mrs. John Lontz has gone to In
dianapolis, where she will attend the
Patti concert tomorrow evening and
visit her sister, Mrs. H. C. Knode foi
several days.
SERIES CLOSED.
The Popular Lecture Course is
ended for the season, the Booth lec
ture last evening being the 'last of
the course. It was a most successful
series from every standpoint.
TO LECTURE HERE.
Oliver W. Stewart, chairman of the
National Prohibition Committee will
lecture here on April 10, it has been
announced. Mr. Stewart will speak
twice, in the afternoon and in the
evening, with "Temperance" for his
subject. Mr." Stewart spoke here
some time ago and all his hearers
were charmed. The news of his com
ing will be received with eagerness by
all the Prohibitionists of Wayne
County, as Mr. Sfewart is one of the
strongest orators of the day.
REAL ESTATE
LOOKING UP
Some Good Richmond and Wayne
County Property Changing
Hands.
Prepared by Nathan S. Lamar, ab
stractor of titles and justice of the
peace. Office over 510 Main street.
Mary A. Price to Delia Card, a lot
of ground on south ninth street in
the city of Richmond. $2,250.
Elgar G. Hibberd, executor, to
Clinton Eugene Sell, the undivided
half of lot 8 in Bickle & Law's ad
dition to Richmond. ifSOO.
Mary N. Hadley to Clinton Eugene
Sell, the undivided half of lot 8 in
Bickle & Laws' addition to Rich
mond. $S00.
Elias N. Hoover, commissioner, to
Newton Abrell and wife, lots 6 and
7 in block 27 in Hagerstown. .$900
Dickinson Trust company, trustee,
to Hannah E. Williams, the east half
of the northwest quarter of section 5,
township 12, range 1, two miles west
of Boston, containing 70 and one
half acres. $2,800.
Oliver Gaylor to Ida M. Gaylor,
part, of lot 11 in Greensfork. $4,
000. Larkin Chamness et al. to Jehu
Chamness, part northwest quarter of
section 20, township -8, range 12,
containing 12 acres in Dal ton town
ship. $4S0.
Anna Maria Eggemeyer to Minnie
ITancr, the north half of lot 55 in
John Smith's addition to Richmond.
ONLY BY
LUTE
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Howard M. Slack to Laura E. Bes-
selman, lot 27 in John Flatley's ad
dition to Richmond. $200.
Ida M. Gaylor to Oliver Gaylor,
part lot 11 in Greensfork. $4,000.
James McNeill to Jonathan Kirk
man, part southeast quarter of sec
tion 34, containing 10 acres, two miles
south of Webster. $1,300.
Raj' Carr Skiveley, commissioner,
to Mary J. Duffee ,a lot of ground
near Bethel. $500.
Alanson W. Swain to Nathan D.
Wolford, part of lot 6 in Economy
$700.
James McNeill to Charles Crivel,
part of lots 241 and 242 in Haynes'
addition to Richmond. $1,500.
Martha J. Port to Ellis C. Fitch,
lots 1 and 2 in Whippo, Witt &
Creagor's addition to Dublin. $1,
200. : n
People's Exchange
STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth
and Main. Vera Smith.
TOR SALE OR TRADE A good
new 8-ineh well boring machine and
complete outfit for making water
wells. Have made two wells a day
with a machine like it. Must quit
work on account of age. S. B.
Huddleston, Dublin. t 14-tf
fOR yALE Old papers for sale at
the Palladium office, 15 cents ft
hundred and some thrown in.
FOR SALE A new ten-volume Am
ericanized Cyclopedia Britannica.
Inquire at Palladium office. It's a
bargain for some one.
.
FOR SALE Two lots at south sec
ond and A streets, also two lots on
south third street. Call at 110 south
third street. 29-2t
WANTED Men or women local rep
resentatives for a high class mag
azine. Large commissions. Cash
prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, SO East
Washington Square, New York, N. Y.
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WANTED An apprentice girl. En
nis & Shoemaker, rooms 25 and 26,
Colonial building.
WANTED Ladies to solicit; good
salary.- Apply in person or tele
phone ( Mr. Winchester, Westcott ho
tel,, this evening before 8 o'clock, or
before 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
FOUND Articles of clothing Mon
day morning between north twelfth
and thirteenth streets at between
6:30 and 7 o'clock. Owner may
have Ksame by calling or writing
and describing same', to Joseph A.
Raisin, Richmond, Ind., R. R. No.
1. l-2t
WANTED Man with family to at
tend farm. 'Phone S0GE d-w
MARIEN, CINCINNATI'S DIS
TINGUISHED VIOLINIST, MUSI
CAL CLUB WEDNESDAY EVEN
ING.
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