THE OPERA HOUSES
Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El
orado" laundered collar. "The kind
u v. hat don't melt down."
No. 18 North Ninth St.
Phone 147, Richmond, Indian
Harness For Show
and harness for eve'y
day use mean a dif
ference in quality in
some makes here
they are identical in
strength and dura
bility. ' More style,
of couise, in fancy
driving harness, but
all our harness is
made from good
c ck, ird every set maintains our repu
txrt as to workmanship and finish. All
m of horse equipments at very moder
j :t . - -
The Wiggins Co.
Biggest, Busiest, Best
a Carpets Taken Up, Cleaned
: Monarch Laundry !
No. zz south atn St.
0. B. MEDEARIS1.
Has received his
Fall and Winter
Which you can see, for a full suit oi an
923 main Street
I still have the Kahn Tailoring line of
Indianapolis. Call and see them be
fore placing your order.
As ever, yours,
O B M GCl63 liS
to. g. mURVi
Broker in Grain
! Provisions and Stocks.
Room 1, Colonial Building
Telephones-Ola, Black 811; New 701
iM"l"M"HH"l"M"M I1 I- I-I-I
First Lesson Free ; absolutely
most complete and up-to-date
methods; position guaranteed;
lessons by mail exclusively ; no in
terference with regular occupation:
no difficulties; everything simple j
and clear; indorsed by boards of X
education and leading newspapers;
thousands of graduates. Depart-
25, Campaign of Education. 211 S
Townsend Bldg., New York.
: GENNETT Theatre:
Lessee and Manager
Friday Eve'g, October 7
T EVA VIVACITY
: J ANGUAY
And her big all star comedy company
In that tuneful, sparkling gem
The Sambo Girl
The audience started laughing,
It couldn't stop. It seems.
For The Sambo Girl" Is funny,
In fact, it goes with screams.
Song Hits Galore
An Incomparable cast and a chorus
which for looks, voice and intelligent
interpretation of a musical score Is
not equalled In America today.
Beautiful Scenle I Effects
Prices $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c
Sale of seats at the Westcott Phar
macy. Home phone 284
I"I"I"I"I' I-M-I- -M-M-I-M-M-
k H as reopened at 47 N. 8th St
j Repairing, painting and rubberV
tiring a specialty. "j
New work made to order. i
See J. ABLEY
12 S. Ninth St
ship for $50.
Including complete cour
ses in Telegraphy,
Despa tcbinsr. Railway
Engineering and Firing,
Baggageman and Brake
man. Diplomas recog
nized by railroad com
panies through out the
United States. Graduates
holding the highest po
sitions in therailway ser
vice. Positions furnished.
Resident-or Mail cours
es. Enclose stamp for
Address Dept. O.
JOHNSON'S PRACTICAL RAILWAY.
World's Fair excursion tickets to
St. Louis will be sold via Pennsyl
vania Lines at approximately . one
cent per mile each Tuesday and
kurscay unH September 29th, valid
in coacnes oi mrougn trains, gooa
returning within seven days. These
are the lowest fares at which Word's
Fair excursion tickets to St. Louis
re sold. Fifteen day tickets, sixty
day . tickets and season tickets sold
daily at reduced fares, good in sleep
ing or parlor cars with required Pull
man tickets. For full information,
Richmond Street & Interurban Bail
Cars leave hourly for Centerville,
East Germantown, Cambridge
Dublin and Milton from 5
a. m. to
m., returning same hours, bun-
day, same hours, except
leaves at 6 a. m.
Local cars leave Riehmond 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 Sundaj
at 7 o'clock a. m.
Makes a Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salves you
ever heard of, Bucklen's Arnicaa
Salve is the best. It sweeps away
and cures Burns, Sores, Bruises, Cuts
Boils, Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and
Piles. It's only 25c, and guaranteed
to give satisfaction by A. G. Luken &
Only one remedy in the world that
will at once stop itchiness of the
skin in any part of the body. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store, 50c.
Blinky Approves of Eva Tanguay in
"The Sambo GirL"
Say, Qhames, Me and Swips-ey just
returned from de Woyld 's Fair Youse
wise to de place, dat one dey writ de
song about dat says 'meet me at St.
Louie, Louie, well we did, wees met
all comers, and say, dey was a 'near
bunch for fare, all de grafters in the
woyld was out dere, and honest,
Chames, it's me own private opinion,
dat if youse 'frisked' de entire out
fit youse wouldn't git enough of de
long lawn' to sink a fish line, dat
goes. J5ut dat aint what 1 started to
rap' to youse. Wees laid off in Buf
falo to rest up and prepare for de
grand entree to de 'real' street, de
real white lane, and de minut wees
alighted from our cold storage coach
Swipsey lets out a Devery day you
could hear fer blocks and says, 'she's
here.' I says 'what tel', De trupe, de
real, don't youse see de bills? Me
for dat show shop t'nite and see "De
Sambo Goyl," dat's all.
Well say Chames; dey ain't? nottin
to it, dat Eva Tanguay goly is all to
de ' mustard.' After wees has burned
duet of 'hot dogs' wees got on to
de main alley and pan-handled a few
aiys till wees had de price and den
wees made a scamper fer de te-a-ter.
Swipsey had a scrap at der winder
wid a guy wat pushed him out o' line,
but wees finally landed a couple of
blue islands' and did a crazy lamb'
fer de peanut loft and landed foist
money on a brae? ot sits on de iront
bench, say it was . fine billiards all
light and dat goze bot wavh and en-
eirles the leader.
After the wind jammers got tired
)lowin derselves up goze- de rag and
dere off, wid ' dere heads in de air
ind swinging. Say Chames, de foist
lash outin de box dey was a swell
unch of dames' chasst demsolves out
on de stoige and Swipsey near did a
Srody over de rail he got dat rattled,
and say, perhaps dey wasn't dere wid
de sing, oh purty much to de goodsky
all right all right.
After dey had speiled a few dey
was a oir crash oit tie stonre and
ang, sip, rite troo de winder comes
TODAY'S PROGRAM AT
Hamilton, O., Oct. 5. There is a
fine list of entries in the speed classes
arranged for Thursday in the 2:27
trot. Thirteen fast ones are entered.
Entries for Friday's events are as
attractive as the ones tomorrow. The
following "bill of fare" is offered
2:30 Trot Purse $300.
"John Dale, b, g, Manila, Ind.
Douglass B., b. g., J. Collet, own
er, Hamilton, O.
-Julia Arthur, s. m., A. M. Welsh,
owner, Cleves, O.
.Teasel, s. m., A. L. Snook, owner,
S. Lebanon, O.
Joe Simmons, b. s., Chas Morgan,
ownenr, Clai'kstown, O.
2:25 Pace, Purse, $400.
Ed. Wilkes, s. g., Ed Lewis, owner,
- Alvin Wilson, blk. m., owner, Rush
Mabel S., s. m., II. II. Smith, own
er, Oxford O.
Ross B., b. jr., II.
Fannie J., s. m.. W,
owner, Lynchbunr, O.
Golda Right, b. m
A. S. Johnson
Mangan, owner. Dayton, O.
Pearl Mont, b. m., John
owner, Cleves, O.
Aileen, b. m., A. L. Snook
S. Iebanon, O.
There are twelve Christian chap
lains in the Japanese imperial army.
The Congregation Radelph Shalem,
of Pittsburg, has increased the salary
of-Rabbi J. Leonard Levy to 12,000
According to the latest returns to
the Territorial Board of Equaliza
tion, there are 237,000 cattle in Ar
izona, valued at $1 .."7S,G25.
Glass houses of a very substantial
kind can be built now, Silesian glass
makers are turning out glass bricks
for all sorts of building purposes.
A new railroad, planned to seal?
Gray's Peak near Dillon, Colo., will
attain a height of at least 200 feet
greater than the road which climbs
RICTHIOin) DAILY PALLADIU1I, THURSDAY, MORNING,
de wheels of a buz-wagon, den der
was anodder roar, and zing, gazam,
in 'zephyers a boyl wid wats left, of
de rudder of de rubble-cart, and dat
was Eva. Say; she begun to speil
right off de bat and she handed out
a line of talk dat would make Georgie
Ade look like a man in sminin wid
his wife's bathing suit on, say Eav
was all to de Japanese. I'm for Eav!
Well dat Sambo Goyl is all to de
laughs, it's a peachereno and dats no
Munehawsin, and say some of de
songs dey sing in dafc show would
make youse shake your kicks some.
But the goyle, say dey is de limit for
swell lookrs and dats straight. I
taught dat Swipsev would loose his
eyesight rubberin at de merry merries
but youse couldn't blame him for dey
certainly did flash some glad gar-
But say, did I tell youse about de
dancin? no; hully-gee here's where I
hand youse a re-joiee. It was Eav.
Eav has got all de odder dancin ar
tists youse ever went any place beat
to a custard, I never did see a boyl
dat could be in so many places at de
same time as dat same little Eav. Day
was a man runnin a lectric lamp in
de loft; and I near got St. Vitus dance
watchin him tryin to focus de spot
on her, but t wasn't no use, Eav was
in about eight places at onet and
when she got troo speilin her trim de
poor lectriciau was swett'in like a
Was dere a plot ? Naw, o course
dey wasn't no plot. What 'tell doze
youze want wid a plot when youse
gits singing and dancin and funny
cracks so fast dat youse git a liead
ache from laffin? Plot; whose plot
dode youse tink could keep up wid
dat Tangray goyle? Besides, if dey
was aplot it would go to de badsky
every time dem swell chorus goyles
made a speil.
Plot? Nottin doin.
But say, pal, youse don't want to
miss dat Sambo Boyl, cause youse can
take it from dat its got all dem odder
musical grafts 'top-rowed'!
And that's all 'skiggi.'
At the Gennett Theatre Friday
night, October 7.
John'D., b. g., John Dervine, own-
er, Detroit, Mich.
Katherin L., b. m., G. W. Milhol
land, owner, Sidney, O.
Emma Y., eh. m., C. M. Short,
owner, N"ew Albany, Ind.
lajor Woodland, br. g.,
Xewr Comerstown, O.
2:27 Trot, Purse $400.
Margate, r. g., Dan Fuller,
Princess of Kent, b. m., II. W.
raham, owner, Madison, Ind.
Myra B., blk. m., Wm. Dagler, own
er, Rushville, Ind.
Nora B., br. m., Ross and Dicker
son, owner, Madison, Ind.
Sineilion, g. m., Dan Bauer, owner,
John Dale, b. g. David Wagoner,
owner, Monnalia, Ind.
Douglass B., b. g., J. Collett, own
er, Camden, O.
Julia Arthur, s. m., G. M. Welsh,
owner, Cleves, O.
Smith, OAvner, Sandy Roman, b. s., Geo. Thomp
'son, owner, Hamilton.
Feasel, s. m., A. L. Snook, owner,
S. Ijebanon, O.
Lady II., br. m. Benj. Haj, cor
ner, Synthiana, Ky.
Maxago, b. g. Paxton and States,
owner, Warren, Ind.
Lizzie Red, b. m., Thos Dickinson,
Satan owns in fee simple one land
ed estate in Finland, it having been
willed to him by its deceased owner,
Lara Iluilariene Repeated attempts
to break the will have failed.
The treasurer of the United States
on May 0. 3903, redeemed two half
cent pieces. This is the first time in
the history of the country that any
such coins have been presented for
Union bartenders, waiters and
brewery hands recently went on a
strike in Bakersfield, Cai. The public
hunger thirst were only partly as
suaged by the employment of Jai
anese strike breakers.
The people of Caucasus are said to
be concealing imported arms by
burying them in eoinns, with the us
ual funeral ceremonies, the police not
noticing that the death rate is rather
hitrher than usual.
tJust Two J3 oats"
THE LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE
WORLD'S FAIR, SL LOUIS
DAILY SERVICE, MAY 26th
Improved Express Sorrice (14 houra) Between
DETROIT and BUFFALO
Leave DETROIT Daily - 4.00 P. M.
Arrive BUFFALO - 7.30 A. M.
Connecting with Earlirrt Train for all Points in MW
10UK, f k.XNttlLVAMA and NtW I!oLlND hfAltS.
Leave BUFFALO Daily - 5.30 P. M.
Arrive DETROIT " - 7.30 A.M.
Conneotin with Fart Rxnrexs Trains f ir WOHLU'S
FAIR, tT. LOI IH rnd TIIK ICsT, with D & C. K. Co.
for arklass I.laixi and Karthem Mirhieaa Koerts.
Rata between Detroit and I'.offalo one way,
round trip. Berths I.KI, $1.60; Stateroouis
$3.bO each dir.t tion.
Send So Stiini p Vorld' Fair Illustrated Pamphlet.
Bend So btaiup Tourist Paronhlet Kates. q
r .fst-elasa. Becond-cli. Tourist PperiaU CfnTent.oas
(World's Fair, St. I ouis) reading tim Grand Trunk Rj.
or Michigan Central Ky. between BUFFALO and
rETftOJT will tf arrepted for J A, A. Srktnu, G. 8 4
Transportation ou 1. U. Stma. ( P. T. M .. Urut,Mitk.
f The grcj'cr: moicy rr.ald".; invniiors
have keen siTsui' L.y cni Uniilwir w'ui i
the nceis cf the art. . (
.THE uMI'CJ-J INVENTOR X
keep you in itH.h wi'li satiicts ol cur.-rn:
interest In the line ol new invervjonj ind
tJ.pvriinent. It Ltd you to oi.lop ii. is
of practical v.v'iic. o i the 1st And ISiti
of every month.
Twenty-cyht cvacres rach iwue. Sold ai
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Sample copy lent free. Washington. D. C
GO TO THE.
LARGEST ANIMAL. COL.
LE.CTION IN AMERICA.
MERRY - GO - ROUND,
PONY TRACK AND OTHER
BAND CONCERTS DAILY
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
SPECIAL RATES TO LARGE PASTIES
(PORT GRAPE WINE
OLD BURGUNDY WINE
And irfctc Climax Brandy.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE
NINE YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEBRATED WINE I the pure fale
of the Oporto Grape, raiaed in Bpeer's vine
rarda, and left haneinfc until they shrink and part
ly raisin before gathering. It ia invaluable
Tonle and Strenstbcnine Properflea
are unsurpassed by any other wines In the world
being produced under Mr. Speer's personal super
vision, at nis own vineyards, tne past rorty years.
Its purity and genuineness are
of Health who
ed it. It is particularly beneficial to
the aged, debilitated and the weaker sex. In every
respect it is A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
I OCTJ VIlw UIO BluaiUTQ V. AUTRKU DrKKK, t mm"
sale, N. J. U OTer the cork of each bottle.
Speer's (Socialite) Claret
Is held In high estimation for its richness as a Dry
Tabl Wine, specially suited for dinner use.
Speer's P.J. Sherry
Is a win of Superior Character and partakes of
the rich qualities of the grape from which it is
Speer's Climax Brandy
IS A PURE distillation ef the grape, and stands
unrivaled in this country for medicinal purpose,
and equal in every respect to the hih price OKI
Cognac Brandies of France, from which it cannot
BOLD BY DRUGGISTS AXD GROCERS WHO
KEEP FIRST CLASS WINES.
OCTOBER 6, 1901.
DETROIT 6 BUreS.
Visit Cool Coney Island, a
twenty-mile boat ride up the
Visit the Zoological Gar
den, the greatest collection
of wild animals in the Uni
Visit the Queen City Bath
ing Beach, the Atlantic City
of the West.
Visit Chester Park; hun
dreds ot amusement features
Sunday, Oct. 9H1
Train leaves Richmond
at 9:05 a. m.
Returning, leaves Cin
cinnati at 7:CU p. m.
Matinees at all theatres.
m e. e. l. aacmv roit nTteuiaa.
W. B. CALLOWAY, G. P. A.
CHICtSO, CINCINNATI . ISUISVIUI VI.
Anvone sending a nketch and elescrlptWin mar
qnloklv nacertaii. our oiiniri free whether an
Invent'ion in probably patent able. Com ruun
ttons strictly conndentlaL HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. OI1et aeeticy for securinfr pntetita.
Patents tr.kcu ttirouth Mann A Co. lecelve
tprrial notice, wit boat charge, in the
A hRn.lsomotv illustrated weekly. I.reost
rulation of uhv scien?:t:f! Journal. Terms, fa I
year : four months, ft. Sold by A Tiowsealern.
MUKH & Co.3C,BrMd New York
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ON 'nti1MltAT LAKES
' MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS.
The LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE to
WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS
Detroit and Cleveland
Leave DETROIT, daily . 10.30 p.m.
Arrive CLEVELAND . . 5.30 a.m.
making connections with all Railroad
for points Kast.
Leave CLEVELAND, daily 10.15 p. m.
Arrive DETROIT . . . 5.30 a m.
Fair. St. Louts, and with 0. & C Steamer for
Mackinac, "Soo," Marquette. Duluth, Minn,
apolit, SL Paul, Petoskey. Milwaukee. Chi
cago and Georgian Bay, also with all Rail'
roads for points in Michigan and the West.
Day Trips between it-troit and Cleve.
land during July and August.
L. TOLEDO Mondays and Saturdays 9.30
a. m. and "Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 p.m.
L. DETROIT Mondays and 'Saturdays 6.60
p. m. and Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30
a. IB. Commencing Juu 15th.
Send 2c for Illustrated Pamphlet
Send 8c for World's Fair Tamphlet.
A. A. SCHANTZ, 6. S. & P.T. M.. Detroit, MIcb.
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Louisville & Nashville R.R.
To all points in Southeast
Oct. xi and Nov. 15
LESS THAN ONE FARE THE
Tickets limited to return 21 days
from date of sale,
For full Information, rates, sched
ulestlrne tables and llterature.de
scr' .J of the various resources,
agricultural, mineral and timber
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. H.3Iilliken. D. P. A., Ixmisville
C. L. BTONE, General Pass. Agent,
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