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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1904.
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Bath and Lodging-, 91.00. Most inexpensive
first class hotel in Chicago. Right ill th
Deart ot the city. Booklet on application.
Now Northern Dathn & Hotel
14 Qoincy St. CHIOABOTHeaT State
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hour. Go any time you wish. A clean
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Mrs. C. E. Perry, Bloomington
After years of suffering with head
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RATTLESNAKE
Went Through the Civil War
and
Learned to Rattle "Dixie."
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(New York Sun.)
The old Southerner bound for Rose
mount halted at the cross-roads for
rest and moisture. It was the day af
ter Fred H. Parker nilled the big
copperhead on the road to West Park,
and the air was full of snake.
The stranger listened respectfully
to the copperhead story, but it was
evident that he had something up his
sleeve.
"I had a farm down in Alabama
before the war," he said, when there
was a lull in the talk, "and one day
when I was at work on the rocky hill
side I came across a female rattle
snake and her brood. I killed them,
all but one little fellow, and brought
him home to show him to the children.
"When I got him home he behaved
so well that I let him live, and he be
came the pet of the house. lie used
lo come in when the horn soundet
for dinner, and he would sit in a high
chair and eat just like the rest of us.
"lie was a mighty smart snake,
and he could do 'most anything but
talk. When he wanted a second piece
of huckleberry pie he would rattle in
a certain Avay, and we would know
just what he meant. We called him
Bill, and he acted as a sort of watch
dog. "Wlierj the war broke out and I
got reaty to go Bill saw that some
thing was up, and he kept following
me around, rattling away to notify
me that he wanted to be in the game.
I told him he'd have to stay home
and tend the farm, and I started
down the road to join my regiment.
"I'd gone about a mile when some
thing dropped out of a tree and
wound around my neck. It was Bill,
and by the way he looked into my
face, beseeching like, I knew I'd have
to take him to the war.
"Gentlemen, that rattler proved to
be one of the best soldiers in the Con
federate army. When we closed in
with the Yanks Bill would wriggle in
to their ranks and bite 'em right and
left, killing a Yankee every time he
struck. When the bugle blew at
night he would come back to our
camp and look at me, as much as to
say :
" 'If you've done as well as I have
today this war won't last long.'
"General Lee heard about Bill and
brevetted him a Colonel for gallantry.
Colonel Bill kept up his work as long
as the war lasted, but in the confusion
that followed the news of the surren
ter he was lost.
"I supposed the Colonel had been
killed, and after grieving for him I
went home and got my family and
moved to Tennessee, where I tought I
could make a better living. I hired
some niggers to work on my place,
but I knew that if Colonel Bill had
come home with me I couldn't have
kept them, because he heard some
where that the niggers were the cause
of the Avar, and he Avas death on 'era.
"One day, one of ray niggers went
down to the spring and came back
yelling that he had been bitten by the
biggest rattler he ever saw. I got
down my shotgun and ran to the
spring.
"Sure enough, there Avas a snake
three, feet tall above his coils. I got
a bead on him and Avas just going to
fire when the rattler hoisted his tail
and began to rattle off 'Dixie.' It was
Colonel Bill playing the tune that he
had learned in The army. The recogni
tion Avas mutual and I welcomed Bill
as one from the dead.
"Then I heard a great noise like
HsU being fried to the air of 'Dixie,'
and out of the rocks came a thousand
or so of rattlers, all Bill's descend
ants and all playing the Rebel music.
Bill had taught 'em.
"There Avasn't anything to do but
take Bill and his kin up to the house
and entertain 'em. The
result Avas
that I Avas eaten out of house and
home. I've been a poor man ever
since.
As the old man passed doAvn the
hill toward the Judge's no comment
was heard from the group at the
Quinn Inn. , The simple veracity of
the traveler had impressed even Cap
tain Quinn himself."
WHITEWATER. O
Gordon Hunt of Richmond, Ind.,
Avas buried here Wednesday. The
deceased Avas a former resident of
Whitewater.
B. B. Williams and his brother,
Frank, of Fountain City, were at the
St. Louis fair last week.
The preliminary institute of
Franklin and New Garden townships
was belt at the school house Monday.
Supt. C. W. Jordan presided.
Humphrey Mikesel of Chester was
visiting at C. C. Hyde's Sunday.
Everybody welcomed the rain but
the corn is badly bloAvn down.
Emil Tschean and wife have
turned from St. Louis.
Wm. Simpson, our plasterer
mason and his force of help
re-
and
are
very busjr this season.
Fred G. White, special training
agent of the Scarborouh Publishing
Co. of Boston, Mass., spent Sunday
with "The Old Folks at Home,"
Wm. G. White and family.
George B. Hunt, principal of thf
Washington township High School,
attended institute at Cambridge this
week.
CAMBRIDGE CITY.
444
Miss Lenna Cornthwaite and guest,
Zella Spenee, of Indianapolis, visit
ed relatives in Milton, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dennis and ba
by daughter, of Richmond, were the
guests of relatives here yesterday.
Mr. Benson, agent for the Pruden
tial Life Insurance company is mov
ing his family into the Rolla Hud
dleston house in Mt. Auburn.
The Presbyterian Guild met yester
day afternoon Avith Mrs. Water
Wheeler.
Mr. and Mrs. Water Swiggett at
tended the funeral of Mr. Charles L.
Sherer at Richmond yesterday after
noon. The Standard Manufacturing com
pany shipped five thousand folding
chairs to Richmond yesterday to be
used during the chautauqua.
Mrs. William Pike Avill entertain
the Penny Club at her beautiful home
on West Main street this evening. ...
Messrs. Clifford Marson. Harry
Ware and Glenn Elliott Avil camp near
Kerlins, Ave miles south of here, this
Aveek.
Mr. Thomas Peet is remodeling his
green house, which when completed
will add much to its appearance as
Avell as its convenience.
Mrs. Dr. Wright, Mrs. Frank Dris-
chel and Miss Nellie Kother Avere en
tertained at an elegant C o'clock din
ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Kocher, of Germantown yester
day. Mr. Orange Hall aviII leave Thurs
day for a trip to the World's Fair.
Mr. Wimmer and Mr. Hughes, of
Hagerstown, Avere in this city yester
day in the interest of the Hagerstown
Oil company.
On account of the M. E. Sunday
school picnic which is to be Thursday
September 1, the meeting of the M. L.
Missionary society has been postpon
ed from its usual date, the first
Thursday in the month, to the sec
ond Thursday, Avhich is September 8.
Mrs. Frank Winters, of Indiana
polis, is the guest of Mrs. Dr. Mauk
this Aveek.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walters will
leave tomorrow for St. Louis.
RAILROAD NOTES.
Russell Harding, the neAv head of
the C, H. & I), system of roads, re
tired from the position of vice pres
ident and general manager of the Mis
souri Pacific yesterday and on Sep
tember 1 will assume in full his neAV
duties on the C, II. & D. merged
lines,
A person identified Avith the C, II.
& T). merger system says Newman U.
Erb is neither an officer nor director
of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
railway company, and has taken no
part in the negotiations respecting
the loan made through II. B. Holland
& Co. He is in no veay responsible
for the financial policy of the railroad
company, and is not interested in the
loan. He was opposed to the transac
tion and Avhile he is still vice presi
dent of tlie Pere Marouette he in-
tends to sever Ins oilicial connection
Avith that company. During Ins con
nection Avith the road, it deAeloped
from a local road in Michigan to a
i i ! P a rri
iruiiK line ol inarweu liuiuenee. j.nis
Avas accomplished last year Avithov.t
incurring am floating debts and Avith-
out following the prevailing fashion
of issuing short time obligations.
Pacific & North-Western Line.
The Colorado Special, Chicago, Union
This solid through train only one
night , to Denver, leaves Chicago at 7
p. m., reaching Denver next evening
at 9 o'clock. A perfectly appointed
train. Another Colorado train leaves
Chicago daily at 11 p. m., arriving at
Denver early the second morning,
over the only double track system be
tween Chicago and the Missouri Riv
er. The best of everything. The Chicago-Portland
special leaves Chicago
daily at 11 p. m. with through sleep
ing car service to San Francisco, Los
Angeles and Portland. Tickets and
full information can be secured from
your home agent or address
A. H. Wagner, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chi
cago, Ills.
Every Throb
Of My Heart Was
Plainly Felt, and
Sometimes Very
Painful.
If your pulse is too strong, and your
heart throbs so that you can feel the
force of the heart-beat against your
chest, your heart is weak and needs at
tention. This Is usually caused by long contin
ued palpitation, over-work, excessive
exercise, heart strain, and the condition
Indicates serious heart trouble. Tou
should act at once.
The very best thing to do Is to take
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure, a remedy
that will strengthen the nerves and
muscles of the heart, and restore them
to their normal condition.
If you neglect to do this, disastrous
consequences will surely follow. You
wiU have smothering spells, pain in the
heart, faintness, the valves of the heart
will become leaky, and the heart left In
a death struggle.
"My heart bothered me so that I
could feel every pulsation. Could only
sleep on my left side. Doctors told me
that I had one-fifth enlargement of the
heart. I had all the usual symptoms of
heart trouble. I took about 15 or 20
bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and am
completely cured. I have had no symp
tom of heart disease for two years, and
am attending to my business affairs,
which I could not do before."
E. C. GATLIN, Manufacturer, Blue
Mound, Kan.
. If first bottle does not benefit, your
money back.
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ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
Nearly Forfeits Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a, horible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. For
four years it defied all doctors and all
remedies. But Bucklen's Arnica
Salve had no trouble to cure him.
Equally good for burns, bruises, skin
eruptions and p'ifles. 25c at A. G. Lu
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Bears the s9 ,nB ina 'ou "ave Always ucugm
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Sigar c&Atfm
Eecovered Speech and Hearing.
Messrs. Ely Bros. I commenced
using your Cream Balm about two
years ago for catarrh. My voice was
somewhat thick and my hearing Avas
dull. My hearing has been fully re
stored and my speech has become
quite clear. I am a teacher in our
town. L. G. BROWN,
Granger, 0.
The balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50
cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 5G
Warren street, New York.
En th Ji The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature
of
Sweet clover salt risng bread is the
name of the new health food.
$5.00 for round trip to Petoskey,
Traverse City and Northport, $6.00 to
Mackinac Island on G. R. & I. An
nual Excursions on September 13th.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Higgins, of Melbourne, Fla.,
writes: "My doctor told me I had
consumption and nothing could be
done for me. I was given up to die.
The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, induced me to try it. Results
were startling. I am now on the road
to recovery. It surely saved my life. ' '
This great cure guaranteed for all
throat and lung diseases by A. G. Lu
ken & Co., druggists. Price 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
$50.00 California and Return.
Send 2 cent stamp for itinerary of
special personally conducted tours to
California, leaving Chicago August
.Sth and 25th, via the Chicago. Union
Pacific & North-Western Line, ac
count Triennial Conelave Knights
Templar at San Francisco. $50 round
trip from Chicago. Correspondingly
low rates from all points. A. H. Wag
gener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, TIL
Crude Methods
of laundeting have no place with us. We
are ever alert to improve but improve
ments are scarcely possible where work
is done so well as it is in the
Richmond Steam Laundry
Hurry orders receive our prompt and
careful attention, aid even viith rush
woik the wash entrusted to us will be
thoroughly treated, and be as well finish
ed as though we were allowed full time.
D. W. Walters, Prop.
919 Main Street. Phones 157.
R FineIiine of ?
Brad t
13iseuits
Cakes, Buns, Holls
Coffee Cakes, Com
JVIuffins . . .
Out every afternoon
in tirre for supper.
Please come to my store at
1129 E. Ue.in Sc.
and select your baked goods. 8
You will be better pleased.
ir'ness,
F.W. Schroder
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men recover youtbiul vigor. Absolutely Gnar
anteed to Care Nervontnent, Lost vitality.
1 in potency, . Merit ly Kmiasion. Lost Power,
either sex, Failine Memory, Wanting Dis
eases, and all effects nt telf-abute or erese$ and
indiscretion. Wards on Insanity and consumption.
Don't let druggist impose a worthless substitute on
f ou because it yields a greater profit. Insist on bav
ng PEFFER'S M EKVKiUK, or Bend for it Can
be carried In vest pocket. Prepaid, plain wrapper,
91 per box, or O for $5, with A Written Guar
antee to Care or Kefund Money. Pamphlet free
CEFFEB MEDICAL. ASS'fi, Chicago, HL
Sold by A. G. Luken & Co.
A HALF MILLION ACRES.
$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 sleeping cars to Denver daily.
Club, to Coronado Beach, CaL
A delightful summer tour, person
ally conducted by representatives of
the Pennsylvania and Santa Fe Lines.
Special train will leave Richmond
about eleven o'clock a. m. Tuesday,
August 16th. Fare for the round trip
from Richmond $56.50. Choice of di
rect routes returning. For itinerary
and detail information address or ap
ply to C. W. Elmer,
YOUR TRIP
to Los Angeles or San Francisco will
not be perfect unless you use the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
e'ifther on going or returning jour
either on the going or returning jour
ney. It has the grandest and most won
derful scenery in the world, which
is in full view fro mthe train for 600
miles, or can be viewed from the many
mountain resorts along the line.
Stopovers Allowed.
Free Observation Cars.
Trip Through Pnget Sound
between Vancouver, Victoria and Se
attle without extra charge.
Write for illustrated literature.
A. C. SHAW,
Gen. Agt., Passgr. Dept.
Chicago, Til.
Excursion Fares to Lake Maxinkuckee
Via Pennsylvania Lines.
A.ignsi 2fh ixcursi-j-- tickets to
Lake Maxlvl.u'ee will be soi via
Penr.sylvar.il Lines at $1.75 round
trip from I?i"hTrond, good ?ot. on
special train leaing at 5 45 a. to.
central time.
A rWACTICAl,
MAOAXINr
GENTEEL HOUSEKEEPER
EACH ISSUE CONTAINS KAUTIr'UU.r
IIXUSTRATCO CMSMCS. DCCORATtOMS
FON THC TABLE. DAINTY MENUS FOR
ALU OCCASIONS, TC
IT IS TH AMERICAN AUTHOWTT
ON CULINARY TOnCS AND FASHIONS.
CufMHT tawic IOC St.OO Putt rM
TABLE TALK
rim. co, pmila.
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Do You
Want to
Know
about the most delightful places
this country to spend ummer?
A region easy to get to, beautiful
scenery, pure bracing cool air, plentv
of attractive resort,KOol hotels.good
nshlng, golf, something todo all the
time economical living, rest, health
and comfort.
Then write today, (enclosing two
cent stamp to pay postage) mention
this paper and we will seud you our
iw4 edition of
"Mic iganin Summer,"
containing m pages 200 pictures, maps
hotel rates, etc., and Interesting tu
lormatlon about this famous resort re
glon reached via the
Grand Rapids A Indiana R y
"THE FISHINS, HXB."
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PETOSKEY
BAY VIEW
W EQ 17 ETON S 1NO i
MAcKINaO l'l T
NOHTHHiPT w a i i .wv., , . . -
H Alt Bolt r-T TUAVEKaE CITY
CROOKED LAKE
A fine train service, fast tine, ex
celient oiningcars, etc.lrom fi. Lou
Is, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago
C. L. LOCK WOOD.
GEN. PASSENGEU& TICKET AGT X
Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Dayton and Western Time Table.
(In effect July 21, 1904.)
Leave Richmond for Eaton. West
Alexandria, Dayton, Troy, Piqua, Sid
ney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum
bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati, everv
hour C a. m., to 9 p. m., and 11 p. m.
TWO HOURS TO DAYTON.
New Paris Schedule.
Last through car east of West Al
exandria,, 9 :00 p. m.
Throught rates and through tickets
to all points. '
All entirely new cars; clean, com
fortable and swift.
For further information call Home
phone 269.
C. O. BAKER, Agent.
TIME TABLE.
Dayton & Western Traction Co.
In Effect August 18, 1904. Subject
to change Without Notice.
Trains between Richmond, Cedar
Springs and New Paris will be op
erated on the following schedule:
Richmond Leave 5:00 a. m., 6:20 a.
m.
New Westville Leave 5:20 a. m.,
6:40 a. m.
Cedar Springs Leave 5:25 a. m.,
6:45 a. m.
New Paris Arrive 5:30 a. m., 6:50.
An every hour thereafter until
10:20 p. m., 10:40 p. m., 10:45 p. m.
10:50 p. m.
New Paris Leave 5?30 a. m., 6:50 a.
m.
Cedar Springs Leave 5 :35 a. m., 6 :55
a. m.
New Westville Leave 5:40 a. m,
7:00 a. m.
Richmond Arrive 6 :00 a. m., 7 :20 a.
m.
And every hour thereafter until
10:50 p. m., 10:55 p. m., 11:00 p. m.
11 :20 p. m.
Last train leaves New Paris for
Dayton and points east at 8:50 p. m.
Last train leaves New Paris for
Richmond, Eaton and West Alexan
dria at 10:50 p. m.
All trains operated on above sched
ule between Richmond and New Paris
are through without charge.
Yours truly,
E. H. Morritt,
G. P. A.
TIME CARD
Richmond Street & Internrban 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, 0 and 11 a. m. and 1,
3, 5 and p. m. First car Sunday
at 7 o'clock a. m.
$5.00 to Petoskey, $6.00 to Macki
nac Island, September 13th, G R. &
L Ask G. R. & I. agents about 30 day
tickets.
JP1
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