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filOmiOOT) DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1904.
: Il.I....H..I..I.,H..I..I,.I.,i, 4. RE-OPENED Ti Schneider-: Carriage Factory Has re-opened at 47 N. Stb Stf Repairing, paintiug and rubberT wring a specially. New work made to order t..I..H"IM": I1 1 'I I M"t"I-W- One of the most successful Preparatory Schools in the West. Best advantages at moderate expense for a limited num ber of we.l bred boys Separate school for little boys. Refers to many Rich mond patrons. Before deciding write for ill nstrated circular to REV. J. H. McKENZIE, Rector. Pensylvania Lines TIME TABLE la Effect 8 A.M. June 20, 1904. r J CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO WV. Arrive westward Depart Rich and Logan Ac Ex 6.45 am Chicago Special 11.15 am 11.10 am 8.IC pm pra 7.15 pm 9.G5pm 11.00 pm 4.85 am Micnigan h Cin and Logan Ex fHn .nil Vloh An Kt 5.00 pm Northland Limited Cin and Chi MaU and Ex 11.15 pm EASTWARD Southerh Ex Northland Limited Rich and Cin Ac Ex Logan and Cin Ac Ex Mack and Cin Ex . Chi and Cin Special Logan and Rica Ac 4.15 am 5.15 am 7.00 am 10.10 am 3.55 pm Ai am SM pm S.4S pm COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. WESTWARD v St. Louis Limited 4 45am 4.55 am Capital Ex A0 St L Fast Mail and Ex 10.15 am 10.00 am Col and Ind Ac Ex 10.20 am 1.30 pm N Y and St L Mail and Ex 1.25 pm 9.00 pm Col and Rich Ac Ex Worlds Fair Special 10 03 pm EASTWARD 615 am Pittsburgh Special daily 5 36 am 9.45 am Ind and Col Ac Mall an "t 10.15 am 9. W am St L and N Y Fan ' M C41 i. XAH. OniUtlal If a -l.MV UIU K CUUB SJFW 1 - 7.20 pm St L and N Y Mall and 7 80 pm .55 pm Ohio and Va Ex daily 9,00 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD 4.? am , 8t L Fast Ex 9. si am Springfd and Rich Ac 10.1s am St L Fast Mail and Ex 10.65 pm Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex 9.55 pm Worlds Fair Special daily EASTWARD Plttuhnnrh flnece&l dailv 5.25 am Rich and Sprin Mail and Ex 5.45 am NY Fajit. Mall 9 55 am Rich and 8prin Ac Ex 4.05 pm Penna Special Mall ana Ex 4.ra pm St L and N Y Limited Ex 8.49 pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. SOUTHWARD 4.4 am p snd Cin Mail and Ex 9.42 mm Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex 8.8-5 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 11.15 pm Sunday Acg NORTHWARD Rich and G R Mail and Ex 5.40 am Cin and Mack Mall and Ex 8.20 pm Cin and Mack Mall and Ex 9 15pm Daily. JPunday only. All trains, unless otherwise indicated, depart and arrive daily, except sunaay. C. W. ELMER. Pass. & Tkt Agt. Effective August 7th, 1904 EAST AND SOUTH AM PM No. 2 No. 4 Dally Dally ex. Bun. PM No. 6 Sua only Lv Richmond Ar Cottage Grove . . Ar Cincinnati' .... 9.05 4.05 8.15 .... 9.46 4.45 8.58 ....11.35 6.45 11.00 AM FM PM No. 1 No. 8 No 5 Dally Dally Sund'y ex.sun. only Lt Cincinnati 7.55 4 15 Ar Cottage Grove 9 45 S.05 Ar Richmond 10.45 0.45 NORTH AND WEST AM PM AM No.l No. 8 No. 7 Dally Dally Daily ex.Sun ex.Sun 7.00 8.68 9.40 PM No. 6 Sun. only 9.40 Lt Richmond.. 10.45 Ar M uncle ...12.15pm Ar Maiiom... 1.26pm Ar Pern 3.80pm A" NJuds'n.. 4.5opm Ar Griffith.... 0.26pm AM No. 2 Daily 6.45 8.15 9.20 10.30 7.00 8.83 9.41 10.45 11.10 12.15 1.25 am AM PM PM Nc.4 No. No.8 Dally Sua (sly Dally ex. Sun. ex.Sun Ar. Griffith .... 8.85 l.v .North Jnriann 10.1ft Lv. Peru 6.25 12.20 4J 4.50 Ar. Richmond 9.05 4.05 8.15 &J6 No. 4 carries through coach via Cottage urow ana u. tl. Jfc L). iot UOliege iwner uxiora, Hamilton ana Cincinnati. Fomtesor Information regarding oon- nwaoni inquire ol O. A. BLAIR, Home Phone 44 Pass, and Ticket Agt Special Summer Tourist Faxes Tia Pennsylvania Lines. Will be in effect June 25th to Sep tember 30th. inclusive, to Colorado, Utah, Wisconsin, South Dakoto and points in Southwest, For particulars 1l All J. 1 consult ucitei. ageais ox fennsyl va- ma Lines. A woman's never too old to be handsome, never too old to be young again, if she takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Brings . bright eyes rosy cheeeks, good health. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. 0. Luken & Co. ilouj Military School m J II M BATTLE HASBEGUN Jai anese Have Commenced Shelling Russian Posi tions at 3Iukden. A GENERAL ADVANCE Seems to B Contemplated In the Iiiatest Move of the Three Japan ese Armies. This Also Has In Aim the Cutting Off of Kuropatk tn'a Retreat, It Is Believed. Tokio, Sept. 19. The Japanese are vigorously shelling the Russian posi tions at Mukden, preparatory to a general advance and endeavoring by a wide turning movement to cut off General Kuropatkin's retreat. Chefoo, Sept. 19. Local students of the military situation at Port Arthur, basing their deductions upon recent developments there, are of the opin ion that another grand assault is eith er occurring at the present time or is imminent. St. Petersburg, Sept. 19. The war office continues without official con firmation of the report that the Jap anese are advancing north of Mukden, and the statement is therefore not credited at the Russian capital. General Sakharoff reports that there was no fighting In the vicinity of Muk den Friday or Saturday, but notes the arrival of reinforcements for the Jap anese along the whole line of the Jap anese front. The interval of quiet has afforded General Kuropatkin opportu nity to strengthen his defenses, and he has received large reinforcements since his retreat to Mukden. There are Indications of revival of the strug gle for the possession of Port Arthur. LULL NOT BROKEN Battle at Mukden Is Not Expected for Some Days. St. Petersburg, Sept. 19. The re ports that General Kurokl Is pushing on northeast of Mukden are not borne out by official telegrams that have been received here. According to the latest advices the Japanese forces con tinue to increase at Bianiupuza and Tentai. A decisive advance in the di rection of Mukden is therefore not ex pected to occur for some days. Mean while Indications increase of the prob ability of the Japanese meeting with resistance. The Russian forces at Mukden are undoubtedly very large, and every day's delay enables the com mander-in-chief to perfect his de fenses. A private telegram from Muk den reports the arrival there of an im mense train filled with convalescents returning to duty. This may be re garded as good evidence of a large concentration of troops at Mukden. NO MERCY SHOWN Horrors of War Are Constantly Re vealed at Port Arthur. Chefoo, Sept. 19. According to Lieutenant Prince Radzivil of the Rus sian army, who reached here Sunday from Port Arthur, bearing dispatches from Lieutenant General Stoessel, the commander-in-chief of the forces of the Russian stronghold, to General Kuro patkin, the temper of the belligerents at Port 'Arthur has reached an abso lutely merciless stage. Prince Radzivil served with the British In the Boer war, and he says that until he became aware of the state of affairs at Port Arthur he had no idea that war could be so horrible. It was set forth in these dispatches some weeks ago that serious suspi cions were entertained by both bel ligerents that the other was misusing the Red Cross flag. These suspicions have been increased by the commis sion of various acts by1 the soldiers of both armies, until now even flags of truce or surrender are not respected by either side. Prince Radzivil de clares that the men of both armies are absolutely venomous in their antag onism. Lieutenant General Stoessel has addressed his garrison, saying that the present mood of the Japanese in dicates clearly the necessity of re sl8ting them to the last drop of Rus sian blood, because if the Japanese sol dlers entered the fortress it undoubt edly would be impossible for their offi cers to control them and prevent a massacre. For this reason General Stoessel is making no objection to civilians leaving Port Arthur. When the 300 women who are In Port Ar thur engaged In hospital work were advised to leave, they replied that they would rather face the possibility of massacre than desert their posts In consequence of the fact that flags Of truce are Ignored, numbers of Jap anese dead who have been lying on the slopes of the hills of the northeast defenses for weeks past are still un- buried and the stench in Port Arthur from decomposing bodies when the wind is in the right direction, is al most unendurable. The Russian sol diers, who are In some cases posted only fifty paces from heaps of decay ing dead, have constantly to wear over their noses handkerchiefs soaked In camphor, as otherwise they would be unable to remain at their posts. In the course of the assaults which took place In the four last days of August, two companies of Japanese soldiers, according to Prince Radzivil, found themselves at the mercy of the Russians and hoisted a white flag. To this, however, the Russians paid no attention and continued to volley rap idly into the helpless ranks of the enemy. In the meantime Japanese troops in the rear of the companies that had raised the white flag saw what their comrades had done and ex pressed their disapproval : of the sur render by firing into their rear. As a result of this fire from friend and foe, 600 men were annihilated. The dead foil among the decomposing bodies of previous assaults. For days afterward the wounded men In this area raised fluttering handkerchiefs in their hands in pleas for help, but the Russians were afraid to venture out to give suc cor. Within a week the army had made its last unregarded prayer for help and the shambles was a quiet but ghastly field of horror. Among the heaps of dead the prince saw two soldiers, one a Russian and the other a Japanese, lying locked in a deatn embrace. The teeth of the Jap were sunk in the Russian's throat, while the Russian had forced two of his fingers into the eye sockets of his an tagonist. The prince cited this as merely an Incident denoting the ferocity of the conflict at Port Arthur. The prince left here today to rejoin General Kuropatkin. Japs Receiving Reinforcement-. St. Petersburg, Sept. 19. General Sakharoff has reported to the general staff under date of Sept. 17: "The Manchurian army was nowhere en gaged on Sept. 16 or 17. The arrival of considerable reinforcements is no ticeable at the advance posts along the whole of the enemy's front, and especially near the village of Bianiupu ea and east of the railway toward the Yentai mines. It Is announced from Mukden that both the Russian and the Japanese generals have promised to respect the tombs and palace there. Chinese Acting Mysteriously. Mukden, Sept. 19. The armies hav ing recovered from the effects of the recent fighting before Liao Yang, an early development of the situation may be expected. A mysterious movement eastward is on foot on the part of the bands of Chinese suitable for mil itary service. All the leading young Chinese who have aided the Russians PROMPTED BY JEALOUSY Dynamite Used to Reinforce Cupid's Claim at Negro Dance. Martinsburg, W. V., Sept. 19. As the result of the Jealousy of a rival lover, John Harris, a well-known ne gro, is dead; Jennie Smith of Pitts burg has a broken back and will die, and Julia White is so severely cut that she may not recover, a house on East Race street is blown up, and Ernest Hollins and John Thompson are in jail charged with , murder the result of a Saturday night dance at the home of Julia White. Hollins and Harris were rivals for the hand of the Smith woman. Saturday night it 'was In tended to hold a dance at Julia White's and John Harris took the Smfth wo man to the house shortly before o'clock Sunday morning. Hollins, who was heard to remark earlier in the evening that she would not stay in the house over night, is supposed to have gone with Thompson, a friend, and stolen the dynamite, placed it under the house and set it off. For squares around the houses were shaken, win dows broken and the house itself so badly torn up that it will have to be destroyed. There is intense excite ment among the negroes, but no trou ble is anticipated. Ssholars Gather at St. Louts. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 19. Some of the most prominent educators special ists and investigators of the world have arrived and others are coming In on every craln to attend the Inter national congress of arts and sciences which opened today and continues in session during the week. The pro gram includes addresses by 225 sci entists, students oi language, liters ture and arts, jurists, artists and other scholars. Nothing Gained by Strike. Rutland, Vt., Sept. 19. The strike of 500 marble workers which was in augurated July 11 was officially ended last night and the men will resume work under exactly the same condi tions that prevailed .when the strike was declared. The men demanded higher wages, the doing away with piece-work and double pay for over time. Poacher Put Out of Business. Vladivostok, Sept. 19. An English seal poacher named Thomson, who took advantage of the war to make the Pribyloff islands his hunting ground, has been captured and his schooner sunk. Thomson hat been imprisoned at Nikolaievsk. TERSE TELEGRAMS Prlnca Herbart Bismark is dead. Tire in tha Indiana stata prison at Michigan City cansed a loss of $100,000. No lives ware lost. Indications point to another great battle la the vicinity of Mukden. Rnssian troops occu py all the surrounding villages. The Japanese are preparing for a decisive at tack upon Port Arthur and troops are daily be ing landed at Dalny with powerful cannon. The triennial cstalogue of Tale university shows that there are 12.714 living graduates and 9,591 dead graduates of Tale, a total of 22,033. It is said that the Cretans are getting ready for a revolutian which cannot be avoided if the powers will not allow their nnion with Greece. The peaceful but determined contest between 187,000.000 of invested mill capital and 26,000 mill laborers which began in Fait River, Mass.. eight weeks ago. is apparently no nearer a set tlement than at its outset. .J. It is charged that Kx-auditor Herman K. Haas embezzled $6 .S4T from the Chicago Corn Kxehange National bank. Nor was this (he aaly institutioa that suffered and. it is said, bU yecalatlons la all wUl exceed ISM.MO. - ' , AMUSEMENTS. . Brandon Evans Stock Co. There will be "doing" in town tonight and among the prominent events will be the opening of the Brandon Evans Stock company at the New Phillips Aieater. In conver sation with a Richmond man who wit-' ess?d "Cumberland '63 " presented by tins company at El wood last Mon- 'PUT IT DOWN OR NO STORY! " day evening, he said: "They certain ly had the house with them from the rise to the fall of the curtain; the plav is good and players equally so." The prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents, will fill the house. Ladies free tickets to night. "A Little Outcast." Out of the large attendance at the New Phillips Saturday night, the pro- duction of "A Little Outcast" pleased everybody. The matinee per formance was good and there was general satisfaction expressed. A re turn date has been arranged tor. More Riots. Disturbances of strikers are not early as grave as an individual disor der of the system. Overwork, loss of sleep, nervous tension will be follow- d by utter collapse, unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed. There 't nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful ton ic, and effectiv- nervine and the great e stall around medicine for run down systems. It dispels nervousness, Rheu matism and Neuralgic and expels Ma- aria germs. Only 50c, and satisfac tion guaranteed by A. G. Lwken & Co. O.STODE.XiVi .. ..ThR Kind Ynn Havfl Alwavs RmiirW $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, HI. Special Fares to Pacific Coast via the 'v 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 m effect Iron all stations on Pennsylvania hnea. For full particulars, call on local tie et agent of those lines. Parlor Car Between Chicago and Omaha via the Northwestern Line In addition to its already remarka bly complete train service between Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha, The North-Western Line has maugur- ted elegantly equipped parlor car service through to Omaha without change, leaving Chicago 10:15 a. m. daily, arriving Omaha 11:40 p. m. Bunet, smoking and liDrary car on this train also opened to parlor car passengers. utner last trams sicago :uu p. m., o.uu p. ui., uzav p. m., daily over me omy uou- le track railway between Chicago and -m the Missouri River. Information i and icKets can oe securea xxu apnt, or aoR a. ':cu" Trav. Agt 4 Z lith Ave., tnicago, j-lu Tragedy Averted, "Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Wat-. St. Louis .will be sold via Pennsyl kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu-Jvania Lines at approximately one monia had played sad havoc with him cent per mile each Tuesday and and a terrible cough set in besides. Thursday until September 29th, valid Doctors treated him, but he grew In coaches of through trains, good worse every day. At length we tried returning within seven days. These Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- are the lowest fares at which Words sumption, and our darling was saved. Fair excursion tickets to St. Lonis He's now sound, and well." Every- are sold. Fifteen day tickets, sixty body ought to know, it's the only sure day tickets and season tickets sold cure for Coughs, Colds and all Lung daily at reduced fares, good in sleep diseases. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken ing or parlor cars with required Pull et Co., druggists. Price 50c and $1.00 man tickets. For full information, Trial bottle fW. consult C. W. Elmer, ticket agent, : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. Monday Eve'g, Sept. 19th J Fred G. Berger Presents Wilson Barrett's Grand Drama TIJD 1 HE A magnificent production gorgeously costumed. MR. WALTER LOW, the eminent A young English artor and a selected w company of English and American Artlses ..... Prices $1.00, 75c. 60c and 23c. Bale of seats commences Friday morning. September 18, at Westcott Pharmacy. Home phone 231. mm philups UJ THEATRE O. G. Murray, Lessee and Mgr The Brandon-Evans Stock Co. One Solid Week COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 19, '04 BRANDON EVANS Supported by h company of peerles merit, including Miss Josephine Ross On Monday night the great military comedy drama "Cumberland '61" Will be presented. High class vaude- A Tille between acts, headed by OLDS A AMOUR, grotesque triple bar com- ique. direct fr'un the Hippodrome, London. The Hay wards and others Prices 10, 20 and 30c Ladles1 free tickets Monday night If reserved before 9 p. m. Saturday matinee. : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and - Manager. Tuesday Eve., Sep. 20 4 The Gifted Young American Actress :nn selma ro TH T TUT A i" ilUBiilVlAUVi: And a supporting company of extra ordinary merit in Maurice J. Fiel d lng'8 sensational success. A I kirrrrr Dl IT U WtUUtU bU I NO WIFE A true story of a woman's wrongs PRICES Boxes and first 5 rows par- quet75c; balance parquet 50c; dress circle 35c; family circle 50c; balcony 85c; gallery 25c. Seats on sale at Westcott Phar macy, Home Phone 234. TIME CARD Richmond Street & Internrban Rail- I wav Comnanv. Cars leave hourly for Centerville, Eagt Germantown, Cambridge City, DubUn and Milton from 5 a. m. to u p m retng same hour8. gun- day, same hours, except first car leaves at 6 a. m. T,o1 OT . t?;,! fnr t. ,. o.. - Tn-TlJa Ri.h. I uiuuuvim la-six m iiminwiw ld g 7, 9 and U a. m. and 1, 3 5 and ; p. m. First car Sunday Ut 7 o'clock a, m. TO ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR World's Fair excursion tickets to SIGN OF THE I : : CROSS liJ : A practical Maoai ins GENTEEL, HOUSEKEEPER KACM WSUK CONTAINS MAUTIPUU.Y IIXUSTRATCD KMSMES. DCCORATIOMS FOR THE TABUE. DAINTY ALL OCCASIONS, KTC rr THS AMOWCAJ ON CUUNAWT TOWCS AMO PASMONS. CmwawT tsawc lOe. Sl.oo TABUE TALK PUB. CO, 111S Cmbstmut ST. state of Indiana. Wayne County, . Wayne circuit court, April term, IV0U No. 1363.1. John E. Matlock. Mattie R. Collin. Wil liam Collins, Debbie (. t-pauldlng and Al fred Mpautding vs. Joseph Albert Matlock, me. untnown neirs, aevi see, legatees ana distributers of Joseph Albert Matlock, and John K. Jones. He it known, that on the 9th day of Auxiist, i&M, tne abore named piaUtifts. hr Jessup A Jessup. attorneys, tiled in toe otttce of the clerk of the Wayne circuit court their complaint against said defendants in the abore entitled caue, John E. Matlock et al. vs. Joseph Albert Matlock et al.. together with the atftdarit of a competent person tht said defendants, Joseph Albert Matlock, the unknown heirs, devisees, lega'ees and distributers of Joseph Albert Matlock, are not residents of the State of Indi ana. Said defendants, Joseph Albert Matlock, the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and distribu ters of Joseph Albert Matlock, therefore are hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint against them, aad that un less they appear and answer or demur thereto, at the calling of said cause on the kh day of October, 1904. a day of the next term of said court, to be begun and held at the courthouse in the city of Richmond, on the 1st Monday of October. 1XH, next, ra d complaint and the matters and thing therein contained and alleeed. will fee take" as true, and the said cause will be heard and determined In their absence. Witness, the clerk and the seal of said courtt the city of Richmond this 11th day of August, l'JOl seal EDGAR M. HAAS, Clerk. Jessup fc Jessup, Attys for Htfls. augi5d6t S33.00 California, Oregon and Wash ington. Colonist one-way second class tick ets on sale from Chcago to San Fran cisco, Los Angees, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and other Pacific coast' points, md still lower rates to Utah, Mon tana, Wyoming, and Idaho points via the Chicago, Unio Pacific & North western line. Corresponding ow rates from all points. . Daily nd personally conducted ex cursions in Pullman tourist sleeping cars, double berth only $7.00 from Chicago, on fast through trains. Choice of routes. No change of cars. All agents sel tickets via this line. For full particulars address A. H. Waggener, traveling agent, 22 Fifth avenue, Chicago, 111. Dayton & Weste Traction Co. In effect Sept. 19, 1904. Sabject te ehange. without notloe. MAIN LINE JPl AM P M PM Iv. Richmond 6 00 And 9 00 11 00 Ar. Eaton.... 645 every 9461145 West Alexandria. 700 hour 10 00 K 00 Dayton.. 8 00 until 11 o NEW PARIS BRANCH Through Service A M A M And P M IjV. Richmond 5oo 7 so every I0W Ar. Cedar Springs .... 525 7 45 2 hours 10 45 w Paris 5 30 7 50 until 10 50 Conneetlonm At Eaton with P.O.C. A St. L. for points north and south. At West Alexandria witn Cincinnati Nortnern ti. k. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, Pl qua, Sidney. Lima Xenla, Springfield, Col umbus, Hamilton ana tuncinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further Information call Home Phone 2W. C. O. BAKER, Agent. 27.50 Hot Springs, S. D. $30.70 Deadwood and Lead and return, from Chicago daily, via the Chicago & North-Western Ry. Correspondingly low rates from other points. The Black Hills region, the great natural sanitarium of the west, is one of the most picturesque spots in the world and well worth a visit. Information and tickets can be secur ed from your home agent. Illustrated Black Hills Booklet with valuable map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, Chicago. -X X X X SPECIAL H0MESEEKERS Excursions VIA Louisville & Nashville R.R. To all paints In Southeast Oct. ii and Nov. 15 LESS THAN ONE FARE THE ROUND TRIP. Tickets limited to return 21 days from date of sale. For full information, rates, sched- up. ules, time tables and literature, de- acTiptive of the varioua resources, & agricultural, mineral ana timoer lands along the line, call or address j. E. Davenport, D. P. A., St. Louis H. C. Bailey, X. W. P. A. Chicago F. D. Bush, D. P. A-, Cincinnati J. II. MlUiken. D. P. A., Louisville C. L. STONE, General Pass. Agent, Louisviue, ivy. c f 0 0 r AW A A M