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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, MACRH 17, 1904.
- IT H E R I O HMO N D P A L L A D ! U M I - MEMHRU AfiSOPIATET) PRESS MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. AT 922 MAIN, STREET. , ft TKLEl'HONES: LCENTRAL UNION y HOME ! KNTKttKD AT RICHMOND POSTOFFIOK AS SKCOND-C1ASS MATTER j Ually aellvered by carrier to any par of the city for six cents a week, j SUBSClUITIOV BATES : DA ILT 'atsile city, six months, in advance Outside city, one month, in advance lOutside city, one year, in advance WEEKLY By mail one year, J 1. 00 In f TtT VT T UAH at anv time to get your paper from your carrier, you will con hi" XvU rL Ier a faor br at once notifying the oflce by lelephon James K. Hart. Editor. IS M. Rutherford. Business Manager. !John S. Fitzgibbons. City Editor. Business would flow in from the most unexpected quarters and when we took time to investigate, we could alwiys trace it direct to some of our advertising. Col. Geo. Merritt, of Waterbury Watch Co. BIG STRIKE AVERTED. "The miners, by .their referendum vote yesterday, accepted the com promise offered by the operators in the central district," said John Mitch ell, president of the United Mine Workers of America. As the years go by, the unions, in the various fields of labor, seem to be guided by more good common sense than was shown by them years ago. It all goes to prove that John Mitchell is a safe, level headed leader in his particular field. We think the laborer is more often wronged than wrong, but he sometimes loses his head and brings great suffering to himself and famil a especially to his family. The reports from all the states are not in, but it may be inferred from reports already in that the majority, in favor of accepting the scale, will be very large. A settlement by a bailot vote seems exceedingly fair and places the matter in the hands of the laborer when the employer has given his ultimatum. : " ri '(s3j The time seems to be rapidly approaching when the mob spirit that has so often characterized the strike, will 'be entirely absent and the laborer will express his attitude either by the referendum ballot or by peacefully walking out. The rule or ruin spirit, is fast giving 'way to arbitration or the referendum and indicates that the American people recognize the brother hood of man more than ever before. When Dewey gained that memoiable naval battle in Manila bay, he cut the cable so that we could get no news at all. This was very unsatis factory of course, but it was much better than so many conflicting reports from the present seat of war. One day the Russians are listening to their bands under the shade trees about Port Arthur, and the next day their vessels are sunk by the Japs. On the third day a report comes contradict ing those of the first two days, and so it goes. We may never learn the truth until some one, in the future, writes the history of the Russo-Japanese war. " ' The Supreme court of the United States has placed itself on reeor.i against the trusts. The decision in. the merger case is one of the most important in the history of our country. It will have a depressing ef fect on the greed of unscrupulous corporations. Andrew Carne.tne was elected a member of the executive committee of the national civic federation to succeed the late Senator Ilanna. lie has been elected president of that body and it is thought an excellent choice. He has been an employer of labor and will be just and impart ialin all matters of arbitration President Roosevelt enjoys a unique position in the political world. He can devote all his time to the duties of the White House, while the fellows with doubtful prospects must look after their fences. The Chicago car barn murderers are adding to their list of murders each day by confession. They will soon have a record equal to that of the Japs in the war with Russia. :, Proper Treatment of Pneumonia. Pneumonia is too dangerous a dis ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself, although he may have the proper remedies at hand. A physician should always be called. It should be borne in mind, however, that pneumo nia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip, and by the proper treatment of these diseas es a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off. There is no ques tion whatever about this, as during the thirty years and more that Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has been used, we have yet to learn of a single case of a cold or attack of the grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used. It is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results. Dr. W; J. Smith, of Sanders, Ala., who is also a druggist, says of it: "I have been selling Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years. I use it in cases of pneumonia and have al ways gotten the best results." Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. FOR SALE Fifty -nine acres, five miles east of Richmond; no build ings; $40 per acre. Monroe Rigg, R. R. 13, Anderson, Ind. CAMBRIDGE CITY The Methodist Home Missionary society had a thimble party at the home of Mrs. Israel Morey this after noon. Miss Goldie Myers, who has been in the employ of J. W. Marson for the. past year, is now taking a vaca tion. Miss Ilarmel is fulfilling Miss 21 SI .$1 5 25 3 00 advance. Myers' place as cashier during her absence. Everette Bates, of Liberty, was in this city Tuesday. The Baptist society spent a de lightful afternoon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Marson. The ladies are quilting a beautiful quilt. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. D. Jones will entertain a number of friends at an elegant G o'clock dinner this even ing. Mrs. P. II. McCabe was shopping in Richmond Tuesday. Mr. Carl Chapman and son, Dan, made a business trip to Dunreith Tuesday. Miss Opal Wallick is the guest of friends in Richmond this week. Professor Dan Swiggett left Tues day for Sewanee, Tenn., where he will perform his duties as instructor in a college. A baby girl has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Locke. Robert Wiseman, engineer on the yard engine, will move his family here from Indianapolis soon. Ralph Tague is working in Brad ford this week. The Friday Night club will meet this week with Dr. and Mrs. Allen, len. Miss Helen Garvin will entertain a number of friends Friday evening in honor of her guests, Miss Marie Knollenberg and Mr. Hill, of Rich mond . Mrs. Ella Good, after a few days' visit with Miss Lizzie Lemberger, re turned to her home in Dayton yester day. Mrs. Margaret Patton, of Indian apolis, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Cornell. Mrs. Dr. Ehle, Mrs. John Kepler and Mrs. C. Spidle, of Germantown, were the guests of Mrs. J. E. Mc Daniels today. ' ' U N 1 6 N MlA BE L t Mrs. Eshelman entertained about thirty-five. : friends at a carpet, sewing yesterday at her home in German town. Mrs. Harrison, of New Castle, is the guest of her son, Will Harrison, and family. Mrs. Hall, who has been here dur ing the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Pike. and husband, returned to her home in Spiceland yesterday. , , Mrs. Jensen and little son, of Mil ton, were calling on friends here yes terday. Mrs. O. E. White was the guest of friends in Dublin yesterday after noon. The Presbyterian guild met yester day afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Wright. Fred Cornell, Dan Chapman and Reginald Paul attended the dance in Hagerstown last night. Miss Lillian Brooks left today for a short visit with her sister in Con nersville. ,; Mrs. Secrist and daughter, Mar garet, of Kokomo, are the guests of Mrs. John Lackey. The National Drill eompany shipped a car load of cultivators to Rushville yesterday. y Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bowmaster were the guests of honor at the U Go, I-Go club, which met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beeson, of Milton, yesterday. Fred Balz, of Indianapolis, was in this city yesterday. Mrs. John Ingerman and her guest, Miss Lulu Ingerman, of Nobelsville, were the guests of friends in Rich mond yesterday. Mrs. Fosdick, of Indianapolis, is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Helmsing were called to Richmond yesterday by the serious illness of Mrs. Helmsing's mother. Mrs. Falls was in Richmond yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bowmaster were the guests of friends in Indian apolis today. Mrs. Joe Bender was shopping in Richmond yesterday. The Standard Manufacturing com pany are having the smoke stack on their factory repaired. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ss. Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chenev & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1SS6. (seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75e. Hall's Family Pills are the best. OLIVE HILL. John K. Jones of Indianapolis spent Thursday with Mrs. Stigleman. George Armstrong and wife went to Richmond Thursday. Will Harris moved to his farm that he bought of Mrs. Allen in Web ster township, Thursday. Leonard Thompson visited his brother, George, at Holla ndsburg, Thursday. Bertha McNutt and Ollie Town send called on Mrs. Wesley Walker, Thursday afternoon. ' Will Cheesman and wife attended Eastern Star lodge at Centerville Friday, evening. Mrs. Sue Irvin and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs"! William Culbertson and wife Saturday. Percy Jones visited his grandmoth er, Mrs. Stibleman, Sunday. Miss Mamie Coddington is improA' ing slowly. Marcus Reynolds and wife visited their uncle, Joseph Ludman Sunday. Steve Thompson and family visited Mr. Puckett and family at Winches ter Sunday. William Hull, after spending a Aveek visiting his parents in Ohio re turned home Sunday morning. George King went to Greensfork Monday on business. Mr. Nate Murray of Van Wert, O., who has been the g uest of Will Cheesman returned home Wednesday. Best Remedy for Constipation. hi The finest remedy for constipa tion I ever saw used is Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets," savs Mr. Eli Butler, of Frankville, N. Y. "They act gently and without any unpleasant effect, and leave the bow els in a perfectly natural condition." Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main. CHESTER. Miss Woods ' and - Miss , Stanley, Earlham students, visited here . over Sunday. ' Solomon IltuTman and Will Wesler have opened their sugar camp and are busily engaged in' making molass es. Mrs. Ilanna Williams of Richmond visited here Saturday night and Sun day. . ; . - : Lulu Parish of Richmond visited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hart and Joseph Bennett were at Greenville, O., Wednesday the guests of Hannah Kerlin and Miss Emma Kerlin. Arrangements are being made for Easter services. Elmer Kendalls visited at Wilson Kendall's Sunday. Bert Chenoweth has been at home for a few days. John Minor has been sick with the grip. Louise Wesler is sick with the appoint- mumps. Rev. Harrison's regular ment next Sunday morning. Charlie Wyatt is able to be about again. Mr. Pickett of Anderson has been visiting his grandfather, Eli Pickett. Ed Williamson moved to the Rupe farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Williamson of Richmond were visiting here last week. BEECHYMIRE. Fred Greggerson was in Indianapo lis Thursday and Friday of last week on business. Mr. and Mrs." Douglas MeKillip had for their guests Sunday Everett Owen and family of Liberty. Mr. and 'Mrs. Roscoe Stanford and children who have been in Texas the past two months have returned. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Logue and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cully were guests of Harry Hart and wife Sunday. Miss Marie and Addie Owen visited Isaac Hart's Saturday. Esther, the little daughter of Dan iel Orbaugh and wife, has been quite sick with scarlet fever. Rev. E. M. Cobb of near College Corner, preached last Sunday at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodruff have returned f rom their wedding trip East and have gone to house keeping in James Allen's property. WHITEWATER. Lawrence Gist of Richmond is vis iting his grandfather, Mr. Joseph Woods of this place. ' Jessie Glunt is visiting relataives at Dayton, O. Andrew Riley of Fountain City transacted buiness here Thursday. Mrs. Bertha Hill of Winchester is visiting her father, Mr. C. C. Saxion. Mrs. A. M. Gordon and Harley Banks are housed up with the mumps. Mrs. Ellen Addleman's property which was sold Monday, was pur chased by Chas. Blose. The school will close at this place March 25, 1904. Miss Leva Simpson visited at Lynn Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forbes of Richmond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hill Sunday. Rev. Pierce of Fountain City filled his regular appointment at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Bert White, who has the tonsilitis, is some better at this writing. Snpt. Charles Jordan of Richmond was calling on friends here last Sat urday. Verl Graves of West Manchester, Ohio, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. WEBSTER. Alton Elleman, who moved on Ar thur Palmer's farm last November, made a public sale of his personal property last Tuesday and will leave the farm. George Paulin, our township as sessor, is around calling upon the peo ple of our community. Several from this place attended the opening of the Monger Co. 's store at Williamsburg last week. The joint township institute was held in this place last Saturday. Miss Hale, a teacher from Wil liamsburg spent Sunday with Miss Ida Moore in this place. The Rev. Harrison preached an in teresting sermon last Sunday after noon at the M. E. church and will preach every Sunday until the close of the conference year. Rev. El wood Davenport preached last Sunday morning at the Friends' church. 4 Jekiel Bond from Richmond is moving back to his farm in this place. Alpheus Jessup has painted his barn. JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE AT THE PALLADIUM. SECRET SERVICE MAN IS Theodore E. Payne, Superintendent Owes to the Celebrated Paine's Celery Compound Philadelphia, February 20. 1 1 For anyone whose work requires excessive nerve power or nerve con centration I know of nothing better than Paine 's Celery Compound. Any one compelled to devote long hours and close attention to details when the work won't wait until one feels like Avorking will be greatly bene fitted by the use of Paine's Celery Compound. I have used it off and on for the past five or six years and al Avays with beneficial results." The odore E. Payne, Superintendent i Standard Secret Service Bureau. Leader of Labor Had Common Spring Symptoms. "I Avant to recommend Paine's Cel ery Compound to all suffering from liver trouble and its complications, biliousness, constipation, floating spots before the eyes and dull thoughts. I suffered fro mthese trou bles every spring for a long time. I tried Paine's Celery Compound as a last resort, and I am now in perfect health." Chas. T. Jones, Business Agent of Baggage and Parcel Deliv ery Drivers and Helpers' Union, Chicago. Overwork Extreme Nervousness "For seAeral Aears I suffered with extreme nervousness, due to overwork in my exacting duties as pressman, and could scarcely sleep at night. I was told of Paine's Celery Compound ' by a friend, and after taking one hot- t tie received a great deal of benefit. I j purchased another bottle and eon- sider my nerves better than have been for years. I cannot speak too highly Learn how much better you can feel Go to your Druggist Today Get one bottle Feel just ONCE that abundant new nerve force made by Paine's Celery Compound You will NEVER AGAIN be contented with low spirits and poor health. LISTEN TO WHAT WE TELL YOU Are our leaders fcr Friday and Saturday- Large size Cuban Pineapples, 30 to a crate, regular price 25c we will sell them to you for 20c. Sweet Onions, the large Spanish, 5c per lb. POTATOES ! POTATOES ! the best that sjrow. at $1.10 per bu. No. 1 fancy Russets and Baldwin Apples 40c per peck, 1.60 per bu. 7 lbs Larrowe's New York Buckwbeat for 25c. Nice fresh Courtry Eggs 17c ptr dcz. Large size quart bottle Catsup 10c bottle. Fancy Melchner Home Hening 75c a keg. These are only just a few of the prices tnat wa will give yon. Our trade is growing day by day, but we aie still willing to haA-e it grow more, and continue to giATe you these prices to show you how much can be saved by paying cabh. In our Dry Goods Department Friday and Saturday, Ave will sell you the choice of any of cur Calicoer, in the blues, reds, grays and whites. 5c per yard. Just a few left of the nicest Comforts in the city from 75c up to $2 00, which is 25 per ct nt. off of the regular retail price. - Our Bl.-inkcts, not many of them left, go for 25 per cent, discount Come, see the nicest, latest and best line of Dress Goods to be found in Rich mond at prices that are made by a store whose expenses are not one-third of what they are in the stores that are in the high rent district. We s ill save you doPars if you trade at the only Department Store in Rich mond. Yours for more business, always cash prices, prompt delivery and courteous treatment. We give Trading Stamps with all purchases. Bo tli Phones. CUCKOO CLOCK. So Superstitious it Won't Work on the 13th of the Month. (NeAv Orleans Times-Democrat.) "Speaking of the many curious things connected Avith the number 1 reminds me of a clock Avhich has been in my family now for some time," said an observant man, "and the thing I have in mind has gone far toward making me beliee that there is something in the claim that 13 is an unlucky number. The cloek in question is of the cuckoo variety. Ordinarily it is one of the most relia ble timepieces I haAe ever seen. It keeps perfect time and neA'er fails to 'cuckoo' promptly on the hour, ex cept in the case I have in mind. If the thing had not happened in such regular order I. would have paid no attention to it. But it has happened puce every month regularly from the very time we introduced the aforesaid clock into the family circle. And it always happens on the 13th of the month. My clock lays off, if I may say it, once every month. It refuses to work on that day which is associ ated Avith unlucky things. SomeliOAV it seems to know that 13 is an un lucky number. And it seems to think that it applies as much to dates as to other events and tilings. I have never been able to understand just why the clock should stop on this day, ALWAYS AT HIS BEST of the Great Bureau, Tells What He Nerve Vitalizer and Tonic. of Paine's Celery Compound, and think it. one of the Avorld's greatest medicines." J. E. Sanberg, 23C0 16th street, S., Minneapolis. 0 . .tfft WB Supt. Theodore E. Payne For NerAe and Endurance the noted DetectiAe Relies on Paine's Celery Compound. "Do not waste time Drugging Symptom.s Cure the REAL CAUSE the NERVES." Prof. E. E. Phelps, M. D., LL. D., of Dartmouth University, Discov erer of Paine's Celery Compound. 411-415 Main Street. and up to this good hour I am unable to giA-e anything like a reasonable ex planation of it. I only knoAV my cuc koo clock Avill not Avork on the 13th jday of the month, and no matter Iioav iAvell it is wound, or what the Aveather conditions majT be, when the unlucky day rolls around, the clock simply I stops. It is a curious thinsr, isn't it? 1 w 9 t CINCINNATI, RICHMOND & FT. WAYNE RAILROAD COM PANY. Richmond, Ind., March 17, 1904. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Ft. Wayne Railroad company will be held at the office of the eornpairy, in the city of Richmond, Indiana, on THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing eleven directors and trans acting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. S. B. LIGGETT, till aprl 8 Secret a r a. REVIVAL SERVICES. A large audience Avas present at the revival -.meeting" at the First M. E. church last night, and a good meeting was held. Evangelist Reed missed his railroad connection and did not ar rive. He will lie here today. howeA'cr. Services this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Everybody invited. , Job-work promptly done at the Palladium. i- fl-M, -MWBH tll IP &L fffl- M-V pi -Sir 1 Mr a.iTtPM"i tijJftJ(i w