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BI0BH0ND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904.
SliVEIf i V 4 1 Now and again there is an item in tlie newspapers concerning the birth of a puny ; uanv au nhuu mm a ijuoi. vujj ' holds it comfortably. If the article told "i ' . . ,1 . . 1". .i. . !i .. ...11 1 VI t.11 1 aU Hie lacis ll woiuu pruiiamy icu hjsu of a mother who in weakness and misery had looked forward to the baby's advent with shrinking and fear. To have fine, healthy children the mother most be healthy, and it is the common testimony of mothers that the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pr-escrip-, tion not only pro motes the mother's health but also gives her strength to give her child. Favorite Pre scription" accom plishes these results by tranquilizing the nerves, promot ing a healthy appe tite, and giving re freshing sleep. It increases physical vicor and cives great muscular elasticity. so that the baby's advent is practically painless. It is the best of tonics for nursing mothers. I ptadlv recommend Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription," writes Mrs. J. W. G. Stephens, of Mila, Northumberland Co., Va. "Before my third little bov was born I took six bottles. He is the finest child and has been from birth, and I suffered verv much less than I ever did before. I unhesitatingly advise expectant mothers to use the ' Favorite Prescription. Dr. Pierce now feels fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in legal money of the United States, for any case of Iveucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolap sus, or Falling of Womb which "he can not cure. All he asks is a fair and reasonable trial of his means of cure. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad viser, containing 1008 pages, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21 stamps for the book in paper covers. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. 11 sylvan in Lines TIME TABLE In Effect 8 A. M. May 15, 1904. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV In Eflect 2 p.m., May 18, 1904. Arrive WESTWARD Rich and Logan Ao Ex Chicasro Special Michigan Ev Cin and Logan Ex Cin and Rich Ac Ex Northland Limited1-'' Cin and Chi Mail and Ex EASTWARD Sontherh Ex Northland Limited Rich and Cin Ac Ex Locan and Cin Ac Ex Mack and Cin Ex - Chi aud Cin Special Logan and Rich Ac Depart 6.45 am 11.15 am 5.00 pm 11.10 am 12.S0 pm 4.45 pm 7. !") pm 9.50 pm 11.00 pm 4.65 am 11.15 pm 4.15 am 5.15 am 7.00 am 10.10 am 3.45 pm 4.00 pm .4S am 3.55 pm 5.40 pm COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. WESTWARD St. Louis Limited Capital Ex St L Fast Mail and Ex Col and Ind Ac Ex N Y and St L Mail and Ex Col and Rich Ac Ex Worlds Fair Special EASTWARD Pittsburgh Special daily Ind and Col Ac Mail an St L and N Y Fast r Ind and Col A3 Penna Special (Mil) St L and N Y Mail and i St L and N Y Limited Ex Ohio and Va Ex daily 4 45 am 5.u5 am 10.15 am 16 ?Q am 1 25 pm 10 03 pm 5 80 am 10.15 am 3 57 pm 7 30 pm 9,00 pm 4.55 am 10.00 am l- pm 8 00 pm 515 am 9.45 aa 9.50 am 3.45 pm 4 50 pm 7.20 pm 8.40 pm 8.55 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD 4.37 m St L Fast Ex 9.55 am Sprin?fd and Rich Ac 10 10 am St L Fast Mail and Ex 10 52 pm SprJn and Rich Mail and Ex 9 55 pm Worlds Fair Special daily EASTWARD Pittsburgh Speceal daily Rich and Sprin Mail and Ex N Y Fast Mail Rich and Sprin Ac Ex Penna Special Mail and Ex St L and N Y Limited Ex 5.25 am 5.45 am 9 55 am 4.05 pm 4.55 pm 8.49 pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY.Z SOUTHWARD 4.35 am Mack and Cin Mail and Ex 9.42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex 8.40pm Mack and Cin Mail and Ex 01.4a pm Sunday Ac? northward! Rich and O R Mail and Ex 5.40 am Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 12.50 pm Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 11.05 pm Daily. ?3nnday only. All trains, unless otherwise Indicated, depart and arrive daily, except Sunday. 'TjR.jwmiMj! Effective June 20, 1904 EAST AND SOUTH AM PM PM No. 2 No. 4 No. 6 Dally Dally San only ex. Sun. L.v Richmond 8.45 3.25 8.05 A r Cottage Grove 9.25 4.05 8.5J Ar Cincinnati 11.30 6.15 10.53 AM , fM. PM No. 1 No. 8 No. 5 Dally Dally Sund'y ex.Sun. only Lv Cincinnati 8.15 4 15 e.45 Ar Cottage Grove 10 25 6.25 8.53 At Richmond 11.05 7.05 9.35 NOIlTH AND WEST AM PM No.l No. 3 No. 7 Daily Dally Daily liV T?1fhmnnH It ftS If Ar M uncle 12.85pm 8.40 7.45 Ar Marlon 1.40pm 9.50 8.55 Ar Peru 2.5opm 10.55 10.00 vr rtorin juason o.2apm AM AM PM PM ,J No. 2 Nc.4 No. 6 No.8 Dally Dally San only Daily ex. Sun. ex.Sun Iv .North Judson 9.10am J,v. Peru 5.00 11.85am 4,l6 4.40 Ar. Richmond 8.45 8.25pm 8.05 8.25 Kor rates or Information regarding con nectlons inquire ot o. A. BLAIR, llouie Phone 4t City Ticket Agent Harness for show and harness for every day use may mean difference in quality In some makes here they are Identical is strength and durabil ity. More styie, of course, In fancy driv ing harness; bat all onr harness Is made from good stooK and every set maintains oar reputation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of hone equipments at very moderate prices. The Wiggins Co am Mrs. Swimbladder Original. I was once a scribbler. I am not one now and never wish to be again. They say that one' important pnrt of a liter ary makeup is a knowledge of human nature; thti another is a faculty for noting real circumstances illustrative of common Idiosyncrasies and weaving them into literary, work. That may be, but there's a lot of risk in it. People love to read about their neighbors' foi bles, but you just let them fancy them selves held up in the same way, and if the fur doesn't fly I have no knowledge of human nature. Now, I had an Inkling before I com menced to write that I'd better keep off from actual people and actual oc currences. This I adhered to. I took a great eal of pains to get names for my characters that didn't belong to any one. As for actual incidents the only ones that came under my observa tion were those pertaining to my own wife, Mrs. Moss. As she didn't object I resolved to draw my incidents from home. Now, one would say that such a course would be perfectly safe, and if there - were no trouble accruing from my home delineations there would be none from any other source. It seemed to me that all I had to do was to find a name for Mrs. Moss, and to make as surance doubly sure I determined to find one that would not be claimed by any one. In a book on physiology I found mention of the swim bladder of fishes. It occurred to me that if any one had been born under the name of Swimbladder he or she would certainly apply to the legislature and have it -changed. I determined to portray my wife's humanity under the name of Mrs. Swimbladder. I would pose as Mr. Swimbladder. Trouble began with my first article. When one morning at the breakfast ta ble Mrs. Moss was finding fault with her dearest friend I remarked that a safe rule for our guidance was to first look within ourselves to be sure that Ave were not ourselves at fault. She replied that it would be impossible for me to have said anything that more clearly applied to myself, adding that it was singular how people could never see their own weakness and never take their own advice. It occurred to me that this was a nice point in human nature, and I wove it into my morn ing's work. Tkis, my first paper on domestic points, was accepted and was printed the next Sunday morning in the magazine part of a newspaper. On Monday morning as I stepped out on to the front steps I found my next door neighbor, with whom I had no acquaintance, standing on his door step. He was there waiting for me. "Are you Moss?" he asked ominously. "I am Mr. Moss," I replied, nettled at his incivility. "Well, I want to give you my opinion of a man who will listen to what his neighbors say to each other and write 'em up in the newspapers." "I don't understand you, sir." "Last week my wife snubbed me by telling me that instead of looking for other people's faults I'd better take no tice of my oNvn. We were sitting in an open window and could easily be heard from a window in your house. Yesterday I found my wife ridiculed In a morning paper under the name of Mrs. Swimbladder." If the accusing angel who flies up to heaven's chancery had written down my name Martin Moss, murderer, I would not have been more astonished. I assured the man that I had not re ferred to his family, but he laughed me to scorn, only he glared and growl ed instead of laughing, and remarked that if I "ever did it again" he would "take It out of my hide." This beginning was not reassuring, but, thinking it to be a coincidence, I kept close to Mrs. Moss' and my own foibles. In a few weeks my wife re ceived a note from one of her best friends saying that she did not longer wish the acquaintance of a woman who had nothing better fo do than to go tattling to her husband instances that had occurred in the families of her friends. This was another dasher, but, as the Hoosier poet says: "I chawed on." Within another month my wife and I began to notice that our friends were dropping us from their invitations, and as time went on they did not happen to be looking our way when we passed them on the street. My articles were in great demand, and I received invita tions to write for numerous period icals, but I found that we were very much alone in the world, and my wife began to complain that life under a ban was not worth living. Then it oc curred to me that the commonplace in cidents of our lives are peculiar to those of other families. But, to repeat the words of the poet: "I chawed on." The end came In this wise: As I emerged from my door one afternoon I received a blow that felled me on the steps. When I recovered my senses I looked up and saw a burly man standing over me ready to punch me again when I got up. "For heaven's sake!" I exclaimed. "Who are you, and what grudge have you against me?" "Grudge? Grudge enough. I'm John Swimbladder, the man whose wife you have been lampooning in the newspa pers." That ended my literary career. I finally convinced the man it was all a mistake, but not till I had settled his bill of expenses from the Pacific coast, whence he had come to punish me for ridiculing his wife, the total loss of tine amounting to $500. I renounced literature and set up farming, which I fiiid much pleasanter than earning a ''ring by illustrating people's foibles. F. A. MITCIIBL. Triumphs of Modern Surgery. Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery. Organs are taken out : and scraped and polished and put back, or they may be remov ed entirely ; bones are splieed ; pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins ; antiseptic dressings are ap plied to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in, which causes them to heal without maturation aad in one-third of the time retired by the od treatment. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same principle. It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also allays the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of Bain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money, not to mention the ineonve nience and suffering which such in juries entail. For sale by A. G. Lu kens & Co.; W. H. Sudhoff, 5th and Main Sts. Wheat Market. (Price paid by the Richmond Roll er Mills.) Wheat tfo. 2, $1.05. Inferior, 56 lbs, to bushel, 95c up. Corn No. 2, 56 lbs. (shelled) to bushel 50c. Grain Prices. (Paid by Wm. Hill.) Timothy, new, baled, $13. Timothy, $11 to $12. Clover, baled, $10. Cliver, loose, $9. Clover seed, $5.00 to $6.00 per bu. Oats 40 to 43c per bu. Corn, 53 to 55c per bu. Wool. 20 to 22c lb. Straw, $7 to $8. Provisions at Retail (Paid by Beehive Grocery.) New cabbage, 5c per pound. Old chickens, 18c per pound. Eggs, 17c per dozen. Country butter, 20c to 25c per lb. Creamery butter, 30c per pound. Bananas, 10 to 20c per dozen. Apples, 30c to 50c per peck. Spinach, 10c lb. Radishes, 5c bunch. Tomatoes, 10 and 15c quart. Onions, 5c bunch. Cal. Oranges, 25 to 50c dozen. Lemons, 20 to 30c dozen. Maple syrup, $1.25 per gallon. Rhubarb, 5c a bunch. Asparagus, 5c bunch. New Potatoes. 50c peck. New beets, 10c bunch. Green beans, 15c 1-4 peck. Green peas, 15c per 1-4 peck. Pineapples, 15 to 25c. Meats at Retail. (Furnished by P. J. Miles.) Beef, 8 to 15c per lb. Rib roast, 15c per lb. Chuck roast, 10 to 12 l-2c per lb. Beef to boil, 8 to 10c per lb. Beef steaks, 15c to 18c lb. Fresh pork, 10 to 12 l-2c lb. Pork chops, 12 l-2c per pound. Bacon, 15 to 20c lb. Roast pork, 12 l-2c lb. Veal, 12 1-2 to 20c lb. Smoked ham, 15 to 25c lb. Lamb, 15 to 25c lb. Fish, 8 to 15c lb. Lard, 10c lb. Fresh sausage, 12 l-2c lb. Smoked sausage, 12 l-2c lb. Country Produce. (Prices paid by Beehive Grocery.) Eggs, 14c dozen. Butter, Creamery 23c lb.; country, 16c lb. Potatoes, $1.15 per bushel. Poultry Pricees. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery.) Dressed, old chickens, 12 l-2e lb. Richmond Livestock. (Prices Paid by Long Bros.) Hogs, 200 lbs, top, heavy, $4.45 cwt. Hogs, 400 lbs., common and rough, to 4c lb. Choice butcher steers, 5c lb. Choice butcher steers, 5c lb. Choice cows, 3 to 3 3-4c lb. Cows, 2 1-2 to 3 l-2c lb. Veal calves, 4 and 4 l-2c lb. 1 Sheep, fine extra, 5c per lb. Lambs, 7 to 8c lb. Revolution Imminent. A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness, sleeplessness, or stomach upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes. It never fails to tone the stomach, regulate the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and clarify the blood. Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attend ing aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that is re turned if it don't give perfect satis faction. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. STOHIA. Bean the Bears the jQ nB Mlta TOO tiaVB Always rlhe Kind You Hare Always Bought Tight Will Be Bitter. Chose who will persist in closing heir ears against the continual re- commedatxon of Br. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, will have a ong and bitter fight with their troub es, if not ended earlier by fatal ter- miaation. Read what T. R. Beall, of Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall my wife had every symptom of con sumption. She took Dr. King's New Discovery after, every thing else bad failed. Improfement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., drrgists. Price 50c and $1.00. Tri al bottles free. TIME TABLE. On Sundays Cars Leave One Trip Later. First car leaves Richmond for In dianapolis at 5 a. m. First car leaves Dublin for Rich oond at 5 a. m. 1 Every car for Indianapolis leaves liehmond on the odd hour, from S:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. First car leaves Indianapolis for Richmond at 7:00 a. m. and every ither hour thereafter until 5:00 p. m. Hourly service from Richmond to Oublin and intermediate points, from 5:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. n. Subject to change without notice.. RATE OF FARE. Richmond to Graves .. .......$0.05 to Centerville . . . to Jackson Park .. to Washington Rd to Germantown . to Cambridge City to Dublin to Indianapolis . . TIME CARD 10 .15 .15 .20 .25 .30 1.05 Richmond Street & Interurban Rail way Company. Cars leave hourly for Centerville, East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m., returning same hours. Sun day, same hours, except, first car leaves at 6 a. m. 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 p. m. First car Sunday. at 7 o'clock a. m. A HALF MILLION ACRES. Government Lands Open for Settle - raent. in theRosebud Indian Reservation in Southeastern South Dakota. The Chi cago & Nrth-Western Ry. is the di rect line from Chicagn to Bonesteel on the reservation border. Send 2 cent stamp for pamphlet "New Homes in the West" containing map3 and full i formation as to the allot ment of tlese fertile lands. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, HI. Map of the World. A beautiful map, valuable for refe rence, printed on heavp paper, 42x64 inches, mounted on rollers; edges bound in cloth, showing our new is land possessions. The Trans-Siberian Railway, Pacific Ocean cabyes, rail way lines and other features of Ja pan, China, Manchuria, Korea and the Far East. Sent on receipt of 25 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M., Chicago North-Western Railway, Chicago, HI. $30.00 to Colorado and Return. Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago. Two fast trains daily. Tour ist sleepiig cars to Denver daily. Energy all gone? Headache? Sto mach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bit ters will make a new man or woman of you. G ENNETT THEATRE O. G. Murray. Lessee, Manager -Week June 20 Van DykeSc EtonCo. Monday Under Sealed Orders. Tuesday Carmen. ' Wednesday A Lion's Heart. Thursday Faust. Fridav The Three Maslteteers. Saturday Across the Desert. Dally 10 cent Matinees. Tuesday, After the Ball; Wednesday, Camille; Thursday, A Fatal Scar; Fri day. Over the Hills to the Poor House; Saturday, The Two Orphans. SPECIAL FEATURES Between Acts Roulette, Expert Hoop Rolling; Bes sie Jackson, Coon Songs, Willard Fos ter, Illustrated Song9; McCoy and Gauo, comedy musical act. PRICES Night 10 and 20 cents. Mati nee daily 10 cento. Ladies bargain tickets Monday Night Limited to 800 TIMETABLE 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 Hours to Dayton Leave Richmond for New Paris ev ery hour, 6 a. m to 6 p. m. Last thrcugh oar east of West Al exandria, 9 p. m. Through rates and through tickets to aH points. All entirely new cars, clean, com fortable acd swift. For further in formation call Home 'Phone 269. FIRE ALARM BOXES. FIRST DISTRICT. 12 First and south C, piano factory. 13 Second and south B. 14 Fourth and south D. 15 Fifth and south B. 16 Fifth and south H. 18 Seventh and south H. SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, Between Seventh and Eleventh. 21 Eighth and Main. 23 Eighth and south E. 24 Seventh and south G. 25 Ninth and south A. 26 Tenth and south C. 27 Eleventh and Main. 28 Eleventh and south J. THIRD DISTRICT. South of Main, East of Eleventh. 31 Twelfth and south B. 32 Twelfth and south E. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 35 Fourteenth and south C. 36 Eleventh and south A. 37 Twentieth and Main. FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of Tenth to River. 41 Third and Main, Robinson's shop 42 Third and North C. 43 City Building. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. 46 No. 1 Hose House, N. Eighth. 47 Champion Roller Mills. 48 Tenth and North L FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 51 West Third and National Road. 52 West Third and Kinsey. 53 West Third and Richmond Ave. 1 54 Earlham College. 55 State and Boyer. 56 Grant and Ridge. 57 Hunt and Maple. 5S Grant and Sheridan. 59 Bridge Ave., Paper MilL SIXTH DISTRICT. North of E, East of Tenth. 61 Railroad Shops. '62 Hutton's Coffin Factory. 63 Hoosier Drill Works. 64 Wayne Agricultural "Wonts. 65 Richmond City Mill Works. 66 Westcott Carriage "Works, 67 Thirteenth and North H. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D., East of Tenth. 7 Ninth and North A. 71 Eleventh and North E. 72 Fourteenth and North C. 73 No. 3 Hose House, East End. 74 Eighteenth and North .C. 75 Twenty-second and North E. SPECIAL SIGNALS. 1-2-1 Fire Out. 10-10-10-Natural Gas Off. 3 12 Noon and 6 p. m. 10 Natural Gas On. Low Fares to Atlantic City via the Pennsylvania Lines. Julyllth and for certain trains July 10th, excursion tickets to Atlan tic City, account Imperial Council Nohles of the Mystic Shrine, will be sold from all ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines. For informa tion regarding rates, time of trains, etc., see Local Ticket Agent of those lines. No need to fear sudden attacks of cholera infantum, dysentery, diar rhoea, or summer complaint, if you have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry in the medicine chest. TOniA. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house just wrhen it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts, vounds of every sort. RICHMOND LAWNS Would take on a beautiful green if Mertz's Bone Fertilizer were used now. Send or telephone your orders to Tom Mertz. Both 'phones 103, or Rural Route No. 8. Send in an or der for a sample if you want your grass to grow well next summer. s9 f 1901 v-' f ... " '! $150,000 FOR. Athletic Events ' In th Great Arena at the Exposition fOR A ROUTT. OookattheMa OF THE SHORT UKES From Chicago daily. June 1 to Sep tember 30. Correspondingly low rates from ail other points. Two fast trains per ay. The Colorado Special, solid through train, over the only double-track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. Only one night from Chicago; two nights en route from the Atlan tic Seaboard via the Chicago, Union Pacific and North-Western Line Send two-cent stamp for folders and booklets, with list of hotels and board ing houses, rates and much valuable information concerning railway fares, scenery, climate, etc. All agents sell tickets via this line. A. H. WAGGENER. Traveling Agent. 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, III. TRAINS Every Day Muneie, Marion, Pero and Northern Indiana cities via C. C. & L. Leave Richmond Daily, 10:45 am 7:00 pm Through tickets sold to all points. For particulars enquire of 0. A. Blair. C. P. A, Home Tel. 44 A Practical. magazine TOR "HE GENTEEL HOUSEKEEPER EACH ISSUE CONTAINS BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED DISHES. DECORATIONS FOR THE TABLE. DAINTY MENUS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. ETC. IT IS THE AMERICAN AUTHORITY ON CULINARY TOPICS AND FASHIONS. Current issue 10c. $1.00 pen Year TABLE TALK PUB. CO., PHILA. SOLICITORS V ANTED Cmmtmux St. Liberal 'ntiMj i OR laFRANCO'S COMPOUND. Safe, tpeedy regulator ; 23 rents. Druggists or mail. Booklet tree. DK LaFRANCO. Philadelphia, Pa, $1 Sunday excursions, Richmond to Dayton and return via the Dayton & Western every Sunday during the summer season. Through trains leave Richmond every hour from 6 a. m, 'till 7 p. m. Returning leave Day ton every hour until 7 p. m. Last train leaving 9 p. m. Go any hour you wish. Fast time, new cars. A pleas ant Sunday ride, clean and eool, no smoke, no cinders, no dust. Visit the beautiful National Sol diers' Home on tke line of the Day ton & Western, Fairview Park, Day fon's eool summer resort. Central League baseball at League Park ev ery Sunday.. 1 1 1 h UiES