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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1904.
, , , , , ii m m m THE RICHMOND: i '-MEMBBR ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY, f V-! M . '-'. nil MIXt eTDK AT 922 MAN TELKPIIONE8I' CENTRAL; UNION HOME - - ENTKRKD AT RICHMOND POSTOFKIOK AS BKCOND-CLA88 MATTER Dally uelivered.by carrier to any par of the city for six cents a week. SUBSCRIPTION DAII.T OHitslde oly. six months, in advance 25 Outside city, one month. In advance 3 qq Outside ckty, one year, In advance WEEKLY By mall one year, tl.OOln advance. IF YCU FAIL jeSSSSSSSZ by James R. Hart. Editor. S, M. Rutherford, Business Manager John s. Fltzgl.bons. City Editor. TEST ILL BELIC OF PIONEER BAYS (Continued From First Page.) source of pride and wealth to its owners. Lately it has fallen into dis- use and decay and has become a home for birds and rats. The windows now have scarce a whole pane ol glass left in them, the small boy and the elements combined having prov 1 too much for them. The sashes, too, have some of them fallen out. The roof sags at the corners and has fal len in and the floors are rotten and ready to fall at the lightest weight placed upon them. Birds have long ago built their nests inside the old building and these have never been destroyed. The chimneys are the home of innumer able hordes of swallows and the cel lars are the abodes of rats. The good machinery has long ago been removed and the building would have collapsed in a few years at the most. Dye House Also Gooes. The dye house, a short square one story stone building which stands near the three story mill, is also be ing torn down. This structure, no doubt, would imo last ed for another half century, so strongly was it constructed at the be ginning. The dye vats are broken down and filled with rubbish and a damp, clammy smell pervades the whole place. This dyehouse formerly had the reputation of being haunted and brave was the boy who. would enter it at night. Mill Wheel Decayed. The mill wheel at the north side of the mill proper is decayed and rotten, and the boards have long ago fallen into the race, which is empty save for a little stagnant water and rubbish. The boards alonir the side of the race still remain in place, although the nails are rotted away. Grass and weeds have conquered the bottom of the race and hold sway there. History of Mill. The history of the mill is a curious one. B-iilt in the first half of the last century, it has been burned three times and has collapsed and crumbled once. The last fire took place some ten or twelve vears aero and sine? that time the mill has been in disuse The mill has had more than its sharv of accidents during its life, which was indeed a stormy one. jesi s .Mm nas long neen Known j in tli e county and its going removes another of the landmarks of the last century and of pioneer days. THE JUNE MAGAZINES. All the more important articles in the Review of Reviews for June are the contributions of experts. An ad mirable summary of "What Stanley Lived to See Accomplished in Afri ca" is furnished by Cyrus C. Ad ams, the geographical writer on the staff of the New York Sun: Presi dent Charles F. Thwing writes sug gestively on "Sending a Son to Col lege;" Lieut. Jos. A. Baer, U. S. A., gives his observations, as a cavalry officer of those unique troopers, the Cossacks; Mr. Arthur Warren des cribes "The Turbine: A New Era ol Steam," and Mr. J. A. Kingman writes on "The Automobile in Busi ness;" Librarian Elmendorf, of Buf falo, defines "The Work of a Modern Public Library," Professor E. R. A. Seligman contributes a paper on the special franchise tax in New York and Professor Carl C. Plehn writes on the taxatiton of bank franchises in California. Each of these articles 1 is the work of a man who has expert knowledge of the topic on which he writes. , The name Richmond Baking Co. appears on the Red, White and Blue label found on every loaf of Ideal Bread'''--'' ' ' M EXCEPT SUNDAY, Jit STREET. -21 BATHS t II R A IS GROUND TO DEATH (Continued From First Page.) wood Heights it was discovered that the conductor was missing, and the train put back to search for him. I Near Heading his mangled body .was found stretched across the track exactly as it had lain since his death The last seen of the mon had been when he was walking along the top: of the cars. The brakeman noticec" him then and no one saw him again until he was found dead. The popu lar supposition is that he slipped and fell between two cars and was crush ed .before he was noticed. The crew are certain that the train was gomg slowly on an even grade and so he could not have been knocked off by a sudden jar, therefore the theory given is probably the right one. One member of the crew thought he noticed the conductor looking for hot boxes on a car and that he was jarred from his low perch and in stantly ground under the wheol. The exact cause will probably never be known. He leaves a daughter, who attends St. Mary's of the Woods, near Terre Haute. fos wife has beeu living, apart from bin for several years" and inow at St Louis. -Both were notified of thei husband's and father's untimel' death. ; - . 1 --. , He Was Very Pop alar. B. B. Timberlake was on of the most popular; conductors on the road. He was known, to a large number oi people and all" say the snme ihing that he was kind, obi; gin or, honest good and a faithful worker. T'vei ready to lighten the burden of p friend, he was liked bv rrveiyono. an1, was looked upon as one o' th? best 'men on the railroad. A mn.b er of his friends among the railroaders were 1 brought in and all seemed t ouch! with grief. B. B. Timberlake was as on of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Timberlake, of Boston township. The parents are almost prostrated with grief. Mrs. Timberlake was notified of her hus band's dea ,th and arrived, from St. Louis this morning. The deceased was a graduate of Earlharn college and taught school for six years CAMBRIDGE CITY. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCaffrey were in Cincinnati yesterday. Mrs. Hathaway of Columbus, is the guest of his uncle, W. J. Hull and family, this week. Howard Beeson is the guest of friends and relatives in Indianapolis. Thomas Bird has purchased the horse and dray of Milton Bridget and will conduct the draying business henceforth. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ward of near Straughns were calling on friends in this city yesterday. Mrs. John Caldwell was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Higgs, in Conners ville, nModay. Mrs. George Doll and Miss Grace Mace attended a meeting of the Eastern Star at Milton Monday. Miss Minnie Marples entertained a number of friends at her beautiful home last night. Games and social conversation furnished the evening's entertainment. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Jacob Wise of Milton visited friends in this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson after a few days visit with friends and rela tives in this city, returned to then home in Indianapolis yesterday. The Rebekah Degree Staff had work at their lodge rooms last night, Miss Frances Huber of near Con- nersville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. PALLADIU CONDUCTOR Frank Mosbaugh this week. ) Mrs. George Stombaugh and Mrs. Ben F. Miller were the guests , of ' friends in Connersville ''y'Psiertlay . HERE'S A WAY TO SAVE DOC TOR BILLS. Physicians .Give .Tree .Advice .by Which Parents May Profit. lit was an association of gentlemen, professionally physicians and ' chem ists, air of whom were born in the drug trade, so to speak, and who have been connected with it all their lives, who first gave Ho the world Castoria, which as everyone knows is a pleas ant and effective remedy for the ail ments of infants and children. It has always been recognized as a mer itorious preparation, and its , ev.aru has been the greatest popularity evei enjoyed by any remedy ever put up on the market; attained, ' not'by by flamboyant advertising or appeals to ignorance or vulgar prejudice, but by inherent merit. All physicians recom mend it, and many, very many, pre scribe it. ' Many parents call in the family phy sician.. Many other parents take ad yanl age of what the physicianftold them when he was first galled in (con sultation. All good family physici ans sav: "Give the children ,;JGasto ria." Healthy parents knoi' -vthis remedy of old. for thev took tnthem selves as children. It was mof-e than thirty years ago that Castoria' made a nlace for itself, in the household. It bore the signature of Charles H. Fletcher then, as it does today' The signature is its guarantee, which is accepted la. thousands of homes, where there are-children. Much is printed nowadays about big families. Dr. William I. McCann. of Omaha, Neb., is the father of one of these much-read-about, families. Here is what he says: "As the father of thirteen children T certainly know something about your great medicine, and aside from my own family experience I have, in my years of practice, found Casttoria a popular and efficient remedy in al most everv home." Charles H. Fletcher has received hundreds of letters from prominent nhysicians who have the same esteem for Castoria as T)r. McCann has. Not only do the-se physicians say they use Castoria in their own families, but they prescribe it for their patients. First of all it is a vegetable prep aration which assimilates the food and regulates the stomach and bow els. After eating comes sleeping and Castoria looks out for that too'.' I allays feverish ness and prevents'' 'Joss of sleep, and this absolutely without the use of opium, morphine or pther baneful narcotic. :v Medical journals are reluctant' to discuss proprietary medicines. Hall's Journal of Health, however, says: "Our duty is to expose danger and record the means for advancing health. The day for poisoning inno cent children through greed or ignor ance ought to end. To our knowledge Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health by regulating the system, not by stupefying it, and our readers are entitled to the infor mation." Quotations From O. G. Murray's Ex changeClosing Prices Chica go Market. Wheat. July 87 Sept 81 6-8 Corn. July 49 5-8 Sept 48 5-8 Oats. July 39 3-8 Sept 31 1-S Pork. July 11.57 Sept 11.S0 Lard, July G.52 Spare Ribs. July 6.67B Sept 6.S5 1 1 .... . Notice to Bidders. The building committee of the Second Presbyterian, church, Rich mond, Ind., will receive sealed pro posals until 12 o'clock, noon June 11th for auditorium addition. Plans and specifications are on file at the office of Marlatt and Dozier, Architects, Colonial Building, Rich mond, Ind. By order building committee. NEW CARS. Three new cars for the Richmond Street & Interurban Railway arrived here over the C. C. & L. today. They are fine cars. BEAVER CASE. The assault and battery case of Beaver vs. Percifield that was to have come up today was continued until Monday. MARKET i 7 . - . . . .., . .. ; ; , COLLEGE YEAR ABOUT TO CLOSE t f : REGARDED AS THE MOST SUC CESSFUL IN HISTORY OF . THE INSTITUTION. EXAMINATIONS TO BEGIN Next Friday Morning and Will Be Continued Until Monday Noon Recital. The college year at Earlharn, which has been the most successful in th history of the institution, and undei the new president, Robert Lincol Kelley, is fast drawing to a cl',r,.e. The examinations will begin Friday morning at 7:30 o'clock and con tinue until Monday noon, when nil .work will have been completed. The method of conducting the examina tions will be the samcj as that used last spring. - Commencement week at Earlharn is not only the gayest week during the college year, but it is a week which is also looked forward to with much interest by all the friends of the col lege living in Richmond and its vi cinity. The various prog-ims that are rendered during the week are al ways well attended and very greatly appreciated, since they are rare and well given. The commencement program will open this year with the annual siu- dents' reciial of the department of music, on Friday evening., dune 3 1 The recital will be held in Lindley hall and the program under the di rection of Miss Papworth is s fol lows : Symphony in C (First movement) Mozart Mamie Hough, Constance 1 Fosler, Gertrude LeFever, Nini H i r ris. Serenade Bodine Gabriel Marie Jennie Lindley. Marcia Fantastica Bargiel - Pearl Rinehart. Song: The Chorister Arthur Sul livanLaura Hobson. Pilgrim's Chorus Wagner M ibel Fulghum. La Gondola HenseJt Gertrude LeFevre. Song: Aufdeni Wasser Zu Siugen Schubert Grace Wolford. (a) Shepherd's Tale-Nevin; (b) The Chase Homer Bartlett Nim. Harris. (a) Floating 'mid the Lilies; (b) Battle Hymn from Rienzi Wagner The Glee Club. La Fileuse Raff Mabel Ste.avt A. W. GREGG THE H00SIER AT OUR STORE pense. This is a matter to consider. This means cheap Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Carpets, Millinery and Furnishings of all kinds. And just now we have some very choice bargains in all lines. You Can Buy Your Girl's Dress All Ready to Wear Nice Ginghams, all sizes, at 08c A. F. C. Gingham Dresses. This is the new Gingham that sells at 124c, and you can buy the dress ready to wear at DSc Best Zephyr Gingham Dresses, new shades, S1.3S It will pay you to see this line, for we can sell them to you for what a dressmaker will charge you to make them. Wash Skirts This Is a Big Department In This Store Black and blue Duck Skirts, in new patterns, 98c to $1.48 The new Voile Skirts at S1.50 is the nice thing in skirts this season ; have a nice line of colors Shirt Waist Suits in black and white Lawn, SI. 98 Linen color Suits at $1.98 Blue Novelties at , . S3.00 Gingham Underskirts, plain and fancy stripes, 59c Black Satteen. 75c to $1.50 Walking Skirts from $IAS to $4.98 The fault is all your own if you don't take advantage of the Bargains we offer in the Millinery Department & & I Valse de. Concert--Wieniawski Louise Bojd. Song: As the Dawn Cantor Leggett. r J. c . Polka de la Reine Raff Mamio Hough; Good night, Farewell Gerrett Gertrude VV lltsee Laura Hobs n Blanche Overdeer, J. C. Leggett, Hoy in Reagan. Violin, Francine Jenk ins. ; The musical recital will be followe' by the elocution recital on Saturday evening. Prof. Trucblood has quite a surprise for those attending in the way of scenes from Shakespeare. The recital heretofore has consisted for the most part of recitation work. t it. x -1- t .. . auii t i:-iK.e a suusiiiuie wnen It IE just as, easy to buy the original and genuine. If compared, you would be satisfied that Richmond Baking Co.'s Ideal and Mother's bread has no com petition. . FOUNTAIN CITY. Lin Reeee nnd fan.ilv aiv visiting relatives at Winchester for a few days. Miss Laughr'ian, of "ins-innati, O., is here vising Dan Williams and family. , Frank Dwi.'pns and wife, of Rich mond, spe"t Sunday with Jack Sohroeder and family. Frank Hartley, of Wi icaester, w:s shaking hands with 1U' Id friend? in our city Monday. Decoration Day Avill be observed a: Chester next Sunday. Miss Ethel Thomas, of Richmond, is here visiting with relatives and friends. C. O. Woolman and wife spent Monday in Richmond. Decoration will be observed here next Saturday aftern on. Henry Carrol and family, of Indi anapolis, are here visiting Chas. Car- 1 rol and family. HYON'S COL! I WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY IF IT FAILS TO CURE. I know that my Cold Cure will relieve the head, nose, throat and lungs almost Imme diately, and prevent Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Grippe and other diseases. Get a 23 cent bottle ot these little pellets, and if you are not perfectly satisfied with results I will refund your money. If your blood is impure, or if you have Dyspepsia, or any liver or stomach trouble, don't fail to use Munyon's Paw-Paw. It cures Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Catarrh, Sleeplessness and makes you strong and well. MUNYON. Munyon's Paw-Paw Tonic sold by all druggists. Paw-Paw Laxative Pills, 23c a bottle. D G!M will be found many advantages not in common with othtrstorts. Here you can do all your buying, for we have six stores in one 1 hink of six stoies with one ex We Have a Big Line ol Shirt Waists New designs something out of the ordinary. And the T ig thing in this department is the 9Sc to $ 1. 18 Waisis. You should see this line. Our line cf Shirtwaists at S1.9S to $3. 18 is the wonder of all. A fine shirt waist for what the inakiDg would be. In the Muslin Underwear Department You will be delighted when you visit this dep't. Nice Skhts, 50c to 3.50 Gowns, nicely tiimmed, 50c to $1.48 Drawers, in good muslin, 25c to 59c Corset Covers, 25c to $1.50 Ladies' Vests at 5c to 25c Men's good Underwear, in dark color . . 25c Men's Balbriggan Underwear, double seat drawers 25c Men's combed Egyptian Balbriggan Underwear 50c Men's dark striped Underwear, 39c to 75c suit OOSIER Corner 6th and Main, Richmond, ffe 5 (& f& axe Superintendent Public Works Of Lexington, Kjr Says t "Pe-ru-na Is an Excellent Medicine." J. 11. Hipplegate, Supt. of Public Work, 61 West 6th Kt.f Lexington, Ky., writes: "I f.r-d that Teruna is an excellent medicine especially fur catarrhal affec tions and all diseases leading to con sumption, bronchial troubles or stomach troubles. It also acts as a preventative and keeps the system in a healthy con dition so that it easily throw oft dis ease. It is an excellent tonic and a great appetizer and as a large number of those who have been using it speak very highly of its curative powers, I am satisfied that my opinion of it is correct, and that it is deserving of high praise." J. II. Ilipplegate. Peruna is the remedy for catarrh. Al most everybody knows that by hearsay and thousands know it by experience. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse. An un doubted remedy ha3 been discovered by Dr. Ilartman. This remedy has boea thoroughly tested during the past forty years. Peruna cure3 catarrh in all phases and stages. There is no remedy that can be substituted. If you do not do ive prompt and ?ati3 factory results from the use of Peruna? write atonee to Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad- ice gratis. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. TIME TABLE Dayton & Western Traction Co. (In Effect May 1, 1904.) Leave Richmond for Eaton, West Alexandria, Dayton. Troy, Pique, Sid ney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati every hour, 7 a, m., to 9 p. m. and 11 p. m. Two Honrs to "Dayton Leave Richmond for New Paris ev ery hour, 6 a. m., to 6 p. m. Last through car east of West Al exandria, 0 p. m. "" ; Through rates and through tickets to all points. ' " All entirely new cars, clean, com fortable and swift. For further in formation call Home 'Phone 269. Have your carpets taken up. cleaned and la id by the Monarch Laundry. JOHN F. ACKERMAN STORE 1, Ind. 50 v3P GP v0 mSP Sffp 9 -i1 't 4 i A.