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Delivered to ny part of the city MILK AND CREAM FOR SALE 1 North 7th St. (Old Harrington Building) KICHMOXD, INK. Home Phone 1188 Bell Phone 116 "VV The Pa am For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature Thirty Years 15) TM OCNTAWN MMMNV. NKW VOMt CITY. OFFICE HOURS I 8:00 to 12:00 2:00 to 4:00 . 7:00 to 8:00 Hunday 9:00 to 12:00 o o o o o n M. HAYS Prop. Q CENTS. O O O r"&"S : Agent, 'successor to B. B. lyrlck's Agency. creh go J the i nlj Use La For Over iisii ft ladium For Job Ulf orl( SOUSA PROSRAUS Include Something to Suit Every Taste. The programs for the Sousa con certs have been received and show that the great conductor has forgotten neither the educated musician nor the general public. Both programs con tain marches and other characteristic compositions by Sousa himself, and the encores which are a distinctive feature of the Sousa concerts, will give plenty of the bright, sparkling music the people like so well. The afternoon program includes the "Tannhauser" overture and the "Ride of the Valykries" by Wagner, Webster's "Jubel" overture, and Sunrise," from Mascagni's Japanese opera "Iris." Mr. Moeremans will play a saxo pone solo, Miss Liebling will sing an air and variations by Proeh, with flute obligato by Mr. Lufsky, and Miss Straus, the charming young vio linist of Cincinnati, will play Vieux temps' "Ballade at Polonaise." The degree of training attained by the band is shown by the fact that it plays the accompaniments for "both voice and violin. At the evening concert the band will render the overtures to "William Tell" and "Poet and Peasant," three numbers by Chopin, (a mazourka, a waltz, and the Funeral March.) Sou sa 's suite, "Looking Upward" and one of his newer marches, "Jack Tar," a new composition by Grieg, "Parade of the Dwarfs," and the "Processional of the. Knights of the Holy Crairl," from Wagner's "Parsi fal" the first time in Indiana outside of Indianapolis. Mr. Clarke, the cornetist, will play a "Valse Brilliant e," Miss Liebling will sing Massi's aria "The Marriage of Jeannette," with flute obligato, and Miss Straus will render Sarasa te's "Ziegeunerweisen." Now add twenty-five or thirty encores and you can imagine what a treat is in store. Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for more tan twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction. I have sold a pile of it and can re commend it highly. Joseph McElhi ney, Linton, Iowa. You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cod. It always af fords quick relief and is pleasant to take. For sale bv A. G. I Aiken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main streets. - ' ' The Crop Outlook is Bright. (St. Louis Globe Democrat.) Notwithstanding the alarmist reports from speculative centers, the pros pect is that the aggregate of the ce reals will be much lower in 1904 than it was in 1903. The esti mates based on the government re port issued a few days ago are for a wheat crop of 539,000,000 bushels, for 3,489,000,000 bushels of com, 865,000,000 bushels of oats, 133,000, 000 bushels of barley and 28,000,000 bushels of rye. This is a falling off in wheat, which was 037,821,000 bushels in 1903, and a falling off also in rye, which was a crop of 29,303,310 bush els last year. On the other hand, there will be gains in corn, oats and barley, if the present estimates are borne out. The entire yield of those five cecreals in 1903 was 3,827,000,000 bushels, and the indicated crop for 1904 is 4,059,000,000 .bushels. Frost between .now and September 25 may reduce the yield of com, but that of the past twenty-four hours does not seem to have been serious enough to materially harm the crop. The big figures for corn are of great importance for the country. Corn is the country .'s imperial crop. While the value of the aggregate wheat yield on the farm on December 1, 1903, was placed at $443,000,000 by the depart ment of agriculture,, that of corn at the same date was put by the same authority at. $952,000,000." The out look therefore,, for. a, good corn crop is very encouraging -to the country. Taking corn, wheat and oats at the present prices and. the" government's estimate of crops, the value of the yield -of these; three cereals to the country in 1904 is $2,300,000,000. as compared with $1,700,000,000 in 1903. This is an immense grain. It means much for the farmer, and through him for all sorts of business interests. The $600,000,000 extra which the corn, wheat and oats raisers will get for this year's work, if the present pros pect is realized, will mean a large ex pansion in sreneral trade. The popula tion growth demands a steady in crease in the great farm crops, and this is beimr supplied "with consid erable regularity. The stories of crop damage which are being sent out by speculative clioues these days need to be accepted with a great deal of caution. T?TmTTTnTTTt TIATT.T- PAT.T. ATTTTTT PROPOSED On the Train and Were Afterward Married. Louisville, Ky., September 16. While a Monon passenger train was speeding from Bedford, Ind., to this eity, Bernard V. D. Moore, a veteran of the .Civil War, proposed to Miss Emma Andres, was accepted and they were married. Moore, who is past 70 years of age, lives in Bedford. The bride is a resi dent of Haden, Ind., which is just a few miles distant. They had met be fore, but did not know each other well. This morning Moore left for this city to go to the Bourbon Stock Yards to complete a cattleNleal. Miss An dres was on the same train. She was en route to St. Louis. As soon as the train left Haden Moore noticed that Miss Andres was a passenger, and ac cordingly took a seat beside her. The conversation soon changed from or dinary topics to love The aged sol dier told Miss Andres, who is 4S years of age, that he loved her and asked that she become his wife. The reply was in the affirmative, and when the train stopped here they went to the County Clerk's office and got a license Afterward they went to the office of Magistrate Joseph Keyer, at Sixth and Court place, where they were united. After the marriage ceremony had been performed by Mr. Keyer the bride asked for the certificate. "My husband might die," she said, "and I want to be sure and get his pen sion." Mr. Ivever Avas startled and asked if Mr. Moore was not in good health. "Well, I am old," said the groom, "and I draw a pension for service in the Civil War and I want my wife to be prepared to draw it after I die." RAILROADS The Pere Marquette, it is stated, has thrown a bomb shell into the Chi cago east bound situation by captur ing all east bound packing house movement for the next ten years. The disposal of the contract has treated a sensation in the eastern circles and it is thought that it is the resut of agi tation waged by J. W. Midgley on private car line abuses. The Erie road is declared to have purchased the Pere Marquette with the entire Cincinnati, Hamilton & Davton svstem. This will more than double the Erie's mileage and places it among the biggest eastern systems so far as aggregate length is con cerned. It will give the Erie a total of. 5,782 miles. 'It will also strength en Ihe Erie very materially, affording it entrance to a very widely extend ed territory, all of which is well set tled and good traffic producing terri tory. Only Did His Duty as He Saw it. "I deem it my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlain's Colic, Cho'era and Diarrhoea Remedy, " says J. Wiley Park, the well known mer chant and postmaster at Wiley, Ky. "I have been selling it for llirte or four years, and it gives complete sat isfaction. Several of my customers tell me they would not be without it for anything. Very 'often, to my knowledge, one simile dose has cured a severe attack of diarrhoea, and I positively know that it will cure the flux (dysentery). You are at liberty to use this testimonial as you please." Sold bv A. G. Luken & Co. and W. II. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main street. Giraffe Talk. The summer girl was at the Eaton fair yesterday with her winter clothes on. The Summer Girl. She loves us one and all in turn, Each has his Aveek or two, in fine. She hastes; she has no time to burn, For she is going down the ine. New Orleans Times-Democrat. Richmond girls are now studying the new designs outlined by the con vention of dressmakers and milliners held in New York and Chicago. o The frost was on the pumpkin las.t night and the fodder was awfully shocked. The tomato remarked to the'wrn that is was best to cling to its own vine, and the corn stalked away. Special Fares to Indianapolis via the Pennsylvania Lines. September 12th to 16th, inclusive, excursion tickets to Indianapolis, ac count Indiana State Fair will be sold via Pennsvlvania Lines at $2:30 round trip from Richmond, Ind. For fuull information call on Ticket Agent C. W. Elmer. " FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IfV loni THANKFUL PEOPLE They Are Feund in Every Part of Richmond. Many citizens of Richmond have good reason to be thankful for bur dens lifted from aching backs, which they bore patiently for years. Scores tell about their experience publicly. Here's a case of it: Mrs. L. Aldrich, of 407 North Thirteenth street, says: "For several years my kidneys were out of order and two or three times each year I was laid up and had to take medi cine. I had at such times constant aching pains through ray loins and in the kidneys. I could not rest com fortably and in the morning was lame and sore all over and was often scarcely able to get up. Learning about Doan's Kidney Pills I secured them at A. G. Luken 's drug store and began taking them. I soon felt better and continued to improve steadily until cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. $30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago and Central States and only two ights en route from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth -Avenue, Chicago, 111. Special Fares to Pacific Coast via the Pennsylvania Lines. September 15 to October 15, inclu sive, one-way second class colonist fares to California and North Pacific coast points, to Montana, Idaho, and the northwest, will be in effect iron all stations on Pennsylvania hum. For full particulars, call on local tie et agent of those lines. I had trouble with my bowels which made my blood impure. My face was covered with pimple which no external remedy could remove. I tried your Cascarets and great was my Joy when the pimples disappeared after a month's steadv use. I have recommended them to all my friend and quite a few have found relief." C. J. Pusch, 967 Park Ave., New York City. N. Y. Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c, SOc. Never sold in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped CCO. Guaranteed to care or your money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 600 ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES Weak Men Made Vigorous vrnxf x&sim sysnf What PEFFER S NERVIGOR Did! It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail. Youujr men regain lost manhood: obi men recover youthful vigor. Absolutely (inar anteed to Cure Nmoniniess, Lost Vitality. 1 in potency, Ignt I y t-.nilrtsion. LOirowrr, either sex. Failing Memory, Wast in k lis eaes. and allffecttnf tel1-abu$e or exctt$ ana indii-cretion Wards off insanity and consumption. Oon'tlet druRRiFt imose a worthless eubetitute on you because It vield.s a greater profit. Insist on bav ins PKr-'F Klt'S J KKV1UOK, or send for It "an be carried in vest pocket. Prepaid, plain wrapper, $1 per box. or for $5, with A Written liuar- ntinl arr Refund lUoner. Pamnbletfrefl CllFFEB MEDICAL ASS'Ji, Ohleajco, f3old by A. G. Luken & Co. RE-OPENED $ The Schneider? Carriage Factory ! Has reopened at 47 N. 8th St 4 J Repairing, painting and rubbers j" tiring a specialty. New work made to order. VTTVV7 T-T-T..T..7. .T-T-T-T-T. TT T T School mm. One of tbe most successful Preparatory schools in the West. Best advantages at moderate expense for a limited num ber of we 1 bred boys. Separate schocl for little boys. Refers to many Rich mond patrons. Eefore deciding write for illustrated circular to REV. J. H. 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