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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1904. I I;--... 'I o OO OOO OO O O O x o o ooooooo o o u&bauiiri9 0 o o d o o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o V .". " V- A. . , ' 0 0 p jm p s s LOCAL ITEMS 32 as We sell the celebrated Topsy Hosiery For Ladies, Misses, Children Also a complete line for Men BOTH PHONES LEE B. NUSBAUM OO OOP OOP QOxaQQOOQQ . .THE LITTLE MIDGETS ARE GONE and they proved a nice treat for the people of Richmond as well as a good trading eard for the only Department Store. The small people have left but our low prices and good goods are still with us and remember we are the store that sells you everything and in so doing can save you your dimes as our prices are always the lowest. Nice erisp tender lettuce 15c per lb. Strawberries 15e quart. Cucumbers 5c each. Asparagus 5c per bunch. Pie plant 2 bunches for 5e. Green Onions, 2 bunches for 5c. Our Leaders for Wednesday. Will be as follows; "I Am Boss Flour," the best on earth 70c sack. Nice large, smooth Potatoes $1.35 bu. C lbs. hand picked Navv beans 25c. Nice Sweet Breakfast Bacon, streak of lean and streak of fat, by the piece 13c lb. The best of Butcher's Lard 10c lb. 21 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00. 22 lbs. A Sugar for $1.00. 23 lbs. C Sugar for $1.00. me MODEL Both Phones 3 neks, of Roll Avena for 25c. Some package among this lot contains the key letter as we bought the regular assortment from the factory which contains it. 7 lbs. Larrowe's famous Buckwheat for 25c. 9 bars Swift's Pride Soap 25c. 13 bars Ark Soap for 25c. IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPART . .MENT the trade is beaming and we are going to offer you on Wednes day of this week Double Trading Stamps for all purchases made on this side. We have the largest frrade of Linoleums 50c per square yard. Straw matting, a good one, others set 30e. We sell at 25. Do not fail to see it. V nice Indian linen with a dash 5c yd. Not over 24 yards to each customer. Also a fine assortment of Scotch Lawns. Something that cannot be matched in the city, 5c per yard. Do not fail to take in those bar gains and get Double Trading Stamps. We are always looking for more busi ness and give you low prices. Prompt and Free Delivery. P P P P P P P P P P P P o o o p o p p p p p p p o J I A. .b. W right returned ljome last O I night after spending the &iy with inemis in iogansport. , Miss Mary Es worth returned to NeAv Paris last evening afte a short visit with friends here. f Mr. Reuben Barge, one of fthe sub stantial citizens of East iGerman town, Avas in the city yestertiay. Miss Marjorie Taylor who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ferrell, will return to Huntington, W. Va., the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell returned last evening to Seven Mile, O., after a visit with Mrs. T. W. McMeans, of east Main street. ) Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Miss Laura, left last evening for Cincin nati where Mrs. Johnson wijl visit her daughter for a while. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month, i Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. Optical goods at Haner's. Eye glass changed at Haner's. Dr. TV. A. Park for dentistry, tf Mrs. W. S.Hiser's shorthand school Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha aer's. W. S. Kaufman spent yesterday in New Castle. v J. L. Rupe spent yesterday in El wood on business. Harry Myers of Anderson spent yesterday in this city. J. F. Johnson spent yesterday in Indianapolis on business. Raymond S el by is at home, to' visit his mother, Mary F. Selby. W. A. Sample spent yesterday in Kokomo on railroad business. G. R. Dilks returned last evenin from a business trip to Anderson. Mr. E. D. Stevens, of Economy, visited the Garfield school yesterday W. S. Bush of Sandusky, O.; was a guest of J. H. Pohlmeyer here yes terday. .airs, joiin bligar returned yester day from Hagerstown wheiVshe has been visiting. In THE, INITIAL TEST 8howc the Yates-Lowden Force Control in Illinois. Springfield, III., . May. 11.- Develop ments of today clearly foreshadow the organization of . the Republican state convention, which convenes here to morrow, by the combined forces of Governor Yates, Colonel Frank O. Low den and Congressman Vespasian War ner. The existence of the combination came to light when the state central committee met to hear the contested cases for the purpose of determining which of the contesting delegates shall sit In the temporary organization. The combination, it is admitted, will be able to control the seating of the con testing delegates, temporarily and per manently, as the Yates-Lowden forces will have fifteen of the twenty-five members 'of the credentials committee. While the alliance at present is con fined only to organization, it is admit ted that the attempt will probably be made to apply it also to the nomination of the gubernatorial candidates. If this is successful the nomination will go either to Yates or Lowd?n. Con gressmen Cannon will be both tem porary and permanent chairman of the convention. Peculz ar To Itself Tn what it is and what it doescon taining the best blood-purifying, alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions, relieving weak, tired, languid feelings, and building up the whole system is true only of Hood's SarsapariUa No other medicine acts like it : no other medicine has done' so much real, substanti.il good, no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost. " I was troubled ith s-roftad CRmi near my eyeaisht. For four months I could not sea to do anything. After taking two bottles ct Hood's SarroriJla I could see to walk, and when I bed takon eijit bottles I couiu see as wen as ever." Susie A. Haiss Tcsr. Withers, N. C. Mood's CarsapaH'fn prom!so3 to cure and Jccepfj th3 crojrl3o. Defendant Had No Fear. ; Belleville, 111., May 11.- A test for poison In food was made in Justice Cannaday's court, which resulted In the acquittal of John . A. Fletcher, who was arrested and charged with having prepared the edibles to cause the death of members of his household. The jus tice's test consisted in having Fletcher eat a dish of beans and drink a cup of coffee submitted as evidence. The test was suggested by Fletcher's attor ney, who said that he was willing that his client should prove his innocence in this manner. Fletcner ate the beans and swallowed the coffee, but showed no signs of illness and was discharged. DECLARED UEAWFDL peoples umm WANTED Boys from" 16 to 20 and hustlers ; for bench" hands cabinet makers and einerion ti i VI cloth covering department. Richmond basset co. 6-tf GHiLS WANTED-At the Eldorado ' Steam Laundry. Will pay $4 to $6 per week for good, experienced help, 18 north ninth street. ;. WANTED Two experienced sewers: also two girls to learn dressmak ing. Enquire 1114 Main street, im. mediately. j. LADIES Several vacancies open to W complete list, easy sewing fer ns at home; $15 weekly. Addressed en velope for lace sample, JIajectic Lace Co., New York. I 1 WANTED A good boy at the Rich mond Plating Works. ' WANTED -Gnrl to do housework No. 29 north sixth street. WANTED Furnished room, central location. Good references. Address Box 232 city. H-3t. IMTMI? STORE Home 1079; C. U., 13 R. Main. 4x1-415 Main St. Will Contest Brannock Law. Columbus. O., May 11. The su preme court has refused to permit the filing in that tribunal of a suit In mandamus to test the Brannock dis trict local option law for municipali ties and the proceeding will have to take its regular course through the ower courts. Later suit was filed in the common pleas court of Franklin county to enjoin the elections already ordered under the law in Columbus. The court refused to grant a tem porary restraining order, but will con sider the points raised on the consti tutionality of the law. Special to the Palladium: Indianapolis, May 11. The Su preme Court in an opinion delivered to day held legislative apportion ment act of ,1903 unconstitutional. The court directs the election of the general assembly next fall to be held under the apportionment of 1S97. '(t YOU CAN GET Money loo easy and too quick to allow any financial embarrassment to overtake you. If you have promised to pay back bonowed money or owe a balance on your furniture to any one, and it is due, come to us and get what LAST OF THE SEASON. Richmond theatre goers will wit ness a minstrel program, presented by a local cast that equals that given recently l.y St. Joseph's' Refined min strels. The bill by special request will be repeated at the Gennett thea tre Friday evening and the house should he crowded. Really the show is much l etter than the many that come here heralded as the "best ev er, r.very ballad and characteristic song is well put on and the strong olio has teen much improved. The boys wil be assisted by Walter Elliott the Avoilrl famous vaudevillian and Fred Dann will again present "The Maniac." Don't fail to see this the last minstrel sIioav of the season. Suicide at World's Fair. St. Louis, May 11. Captain Walter Allen of St. Louis, connected with the World's Fair Jefferson Guards. s.v. a brother of "Private" John H. AM on. national World's Fair commissioner from Mississippi, committed suicide last evening by shooting himself through the heart in a room in the dormitory of the Washington Univer sity, now utilized by the exposition. He left a note stating that ill-health had driven him to commit the act. His wife and two children survive him. Japs Are Reconnoltering. St. Petersburg, May 11. Lieutenant General Sakharoff, commander of the First Siberian army corps, in a tele gram to the general staff, says that the Japanese having occupied Feng Wang Cheng, are remaining there and are making reconnaissances of the main road to Liao Yang and both flanks of the road. General Sakharoff says the Japanese have occupied Huang Tiang Sia. fifty miles northeast of Feng Wang Chens. SECBETABY TAFT To Seek Health in the Adriondacks. (By Associated Pvess.) Washington, May 11. Secretary Taft had a conference with the Pres ident on routine matters. He has been advised to leave Washington by his physicians and will go to the Adiron dacks for a few days. The President strongly urged him to go. His strength has been heavily drawn upon for the past year. 150,000,000 LOAH Decided Upon by the Japanese For Five Years. Tokio, May 11. The Japanese de cided to make another popular loan of $50,000,000 for five years at five per cent. DEATHS AND FUNERALS 1 you need and pay them promptly ; then your credit will ahvavs be good. We will advance you money on your furniture, piano, fixtures, etc., and you can repay us in small monthly payments. You can get $50.00 for fifty weeks and your payments will be $1.20 per week. Other amounts in the same proportion. Richmond Loan Co. Room 8, Colonial Bldg. Home Phone 415 AMUSEMENTS Some idea of the humor of "The Tenderfoo;,,, the big operatic come dy success, which will be seen at the Gennett theatre on May 20th, may be gleaned from the central theme, which throws Professor Zachary Pet tibone, LL. D., B. A., a down-esat pedagogue, with all the characteris tics of one of his kind among a crowd of rangers, Mexicans and deni zens of the wild southwest, as it were on their native heath. One may easi ly imagine the tribulations of the staid and precise old tutor and his flock of dainty pupils amid those strange surroundings. Will Build Panama Canal Washington. May 11. Admiral Walker, president of the Panama ca nal commission, has received a tele gram from John Findley Wallace of Chicago, general manager of the Illi nois Central railroad, accepting the appointment of chief engineer in charge of the construction of the ca nal. Mr. Wallace will receive a sal ary of $25,000 a year. Stace Gehring Stace, a former resi dent of this city died yesterday at his home in Shelbyville. The remains will arrive this evening and be taken to Downing 's undertaking parlors where friends may call tonight. Ser vices will be held there tomorrow at 10 o'clock. WANT ED Two frood farm VinnIa Will furnish house. Apply at once. TomMertz, Salisbury road, tf FOR RENT Well furnished rooms with heat and bath, 64 south 12th I street. , g2w FOR SALE-The old Governor Mor ton homestead at Centerville. In- quire at the premises. 10-6t. FOR SALE Cheap, a steel tired phaeton in good repair. Inquire at 1703 Main street. 10-3t LOST Lap duster, yellowish in col down north 14th to north A to Sun down north 14th to north O to Sun Telegram office. Leave at that office. LOST Strayed, or stolen two little tiger kittens. Return to 1703 Main street. LOST On Tuesday evening, May 3, somewhere on Liberty pike, lady's leather satchel containing a small purse with a sum of mone3, a cuff button and some other articles. The finder will please leave at Knol Ienberg's store, Richmond; Union County Bank, Liberty; at the gro cery at Smithfield, or at residence of Bennett Wolting, near Clifton, and be rewarded. STORAGE Ground and Main. Vera tioor, sixteenth Smith. Pailroed Restaurant 52 5?rlh PRICES REASONABLE. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATP LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE." None S1101 Mince Meat In 10c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. Mrs. Mary Albertson Dies at Greens- fork. Mrs. Mary Albertson, aged 84 years, died at her home in Greens- fork yesterday from senility. She was one of Wayne county's pioneer women anl a member of the Friends' church. She was the mother of four children, Albert Albertson, late can didate for county treasurer, being one of them. The deceased was a sister of King R, Williams, county recor der. The funeral will occur tomor row morning at 10 o'clock at Greens-fork. Mrs. Albertson HI. King R. Williams, county record er, received word this morninsr that his sister, Mrs. Mary Albertson. mother of Albert Albertson, of Greensfork, was very sick. She is about eighty years of age. Hoosier Kills Wife and Self. Albuquerque, N. M., May 11. Her man S. Itwedel shot and fatally wounded his wife and killed himself with a bullet from the same revolver. Domestic trouble was the cause of the tragedy. Both were health-seekers, and came here two years ago from Whiting, Ind. An Unfounded Rumor. St. Petersburg, May 11. An official investigation shows there is no truth in the report that the Vladivostok and Port Arthur squadrons have effected a Juncture after a naval battle In which both squadrons suffered losses. TERSE TELEGRAMS Eljrht hundred book binders in the ghopt of the Chicago Typothetae'tre on strike. It is stated that a British adrance on Lhn5r is now inevitable and that preparations to that end are now progressing. Two men were killed in the wreck of a south bound Adams Express special at Port Chester, N.Y.. on the New York, New Haven and Hart ford R, R. Pispatches from Shanghai say that the Tar tar general at Mukden ha declined to obey Viceroy Alexieff's order that the Chinese evacu ate Mukden. It is believed that a portion of the Russian Vladivoitok fleet has been successfully shut ont and is now in the sea of Japan trring to evade the Japanese. An accident to a train from Port Arthur to Harbin occurred near Tieiing. Thirty passen gers wer killed ad fifty injured, and the per manent way was jfreatly damaged. All hope that the five men who were imprii oned on Thursday last in the burning Locust Gap mine, at Shamokin. are alive has been abandoned and the mine has been flooded to ex tinguish Ibo flames. The Japanese have requested the United States government to inquire into the fate of forty men who were missina- after the block ing of Port Arthur. It is believed that several I them hare been captured. Stigleman Mrs. Gertrude Stigle man, wife of Rolla Stigleman, died at her home in Indianapolis Monday ?OR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents hundred and some thrown in. Reduced Fares to Carthage, Mo., via Pennsylvania Lines. Low fares will be in effect to Car thage and Joplin, Mo., via Pennsylva nia Lines, May 17th to 23d, inclusive, account Annual Conference German Baptist Brethren. Ten days' stop over at St. Louis World's Fair allow ed. Get further information from local Ticket Agents of the Pennsyl vania .uines. LiS e'jen that pursuant to lit) circuit COUrr cntpr. titTrt nria?aJ- Raymond Is plaln the hnnm rf EVhMfJ aVdoor of the court house In Tne CltV Of tltphninnrf .. SSiS616 r Vana, t'h;' Stowing dS penned real estate: hiht? Hrern division of lot No elRht (8) in "i8" h of the National road, in Cam- lZ m '-VnS twenty 20 teel In font w?JL. Id"aon'U road, and bounded as fol 'n. ?lest a llne running south from 8 id National rwad twentv 3 :) feet Z, t,,e north'st corner of said l.t No. eight (J) aforesHid, and parallel with Foots Street for a distanr-a of ninorv iuii taaf fi1?6 eftst Paralel with the south line of said lot to Canal street ; thence north along the west line of Canal street to the north east corner of said lot number eight (8): thence west along the National road on the north side of lot No. eight (8) for a distance of twenty ('201 feet to the place of beginning, together with all Improvements situated thereon, to the highest and best bidder on the following terms, to-wit: For not less than two-thirds of Its appraised value; one third of the purchase money shall be paid cash In hand, and one-third In six (1 months, and one-third In twelve! (12) months from date of sale, with six () per eent. Interest from date, with sufficient per sonal security. Or, the purchaser may pay his entire bid In cash. The property la ap praised at $2,500.00. Said sale shall be sub ject to the approval of said court. HOWARD GALE, "-"t Commissioner. THE MAKER OFAWILL of ten wishes to secure the advantage of the special knowlege of his wife, attorney or friend pertaining to the settlement of his affairs This need not deter him from appointing . . . . . Dickinson Trust Co. as EXECUTOR, for it will act in con nection with such friend, consulting him in all matters pertairing to the estate, at the same time relieving him of responsi bility and details of management. Your own attorney will be retained. We will be glad to consult on this and otner matter? tree of charge. Safety Deposit Vaults Hie Way to Go. Bichmond to Dayton ft And Return, via Dayton & Western TRACTION COMPANY Every Sunday during the Summer son, beginning May 15, M ill y Throuch Trains leave m.t and every hour thereafter until 7 p. m. inclusive. Returning, leaw Davtnr 8 a. m. and every hour thereafter until T p. m. and 9 p.m. , Tickets limited to date of sale. , A clean, cool Ride. No smoke, no cin ders, no dust. Fast time Two hours from Richmond to Dayton. NEW CARS only in operation on the Dayton & Western. Go any hour you wish. Visit the Beautiful National SOL DIERS' TTrYf E u r , V'., .....i,, vu me iiuc ui me uav-L i on & Western; or Fairview Paik, Day- lt ton's popular Slimmer Resort . . iv CENTRAL LEAGUE BALL GAMES every Sunday. 14 HOWARD FRAVEL. Sapt.