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BICHUOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1904.
FAGH uiiVJili J? Arrive 11:10 a. 1U:3U p PENNSYLVANIA TIME TABLE In Effect October 2nd, 1904. CINCINNATI & CHICAGO DIVISION. Westward ....Richmond and Logan Ac. Ex Depart 6:45 a m. m. m. 9:48 a. 3:50 p. 5:40 p. rtinaim Ki-w4a1 11 ?1f5 ft- m m.. .vww - m. . . .... .Michigan Ex. 4:40 d m Cincinnati and Logansport ix o:UU p. 7.1s Tn firwinnati and Richmond Ac. Ex.. 11:00 p m.. Cin. and ChL Mail and Ex 11:15 p .tuasiwaru 4:05 a. m. .Southern Ex 4:15 a. m. ..Northland Limited 5:15 a. m. .Rich, and Cin.' Ac. Ex. .. 7:00 a. m. m ..Logan and Cin. Ac. Ex 10:10 a, m. m ChL and Cin. Secial 3:55 p.m. m Logan, and Rich. Ac COLUM BUS & INDIANAPOLIS DIV. Westward .... St. Louis Limited 4:45 4:55 a. m Capital Ex 5:05 RrJ Im Et ' 10:15 a. m. , 10:00 a. in. Col. and Ind. Ac. Ex 10:20 a. m. 1:20 p. m St. Louis Ex l:ao p. at 9:00 d. m Col. and Rich. Ac. Ex World's Fair Special 10:03 p. m. Eastward 5:15 a. m. . . .rittsnurg special- Ac. Mail and Ex. 5:30 0:45 a. m Ind. and CoL Ac. Mail and Ex 10:15 9:50 a. m ...New York Ex. a. m. a. m. a. a. m. a. m. 4:50 p. 7:20 p. m. 8:40 p. m.. 8:55 p. m .. Keystone Ex Atlantic Ex. v:du p. m. New York Limited m. Ohio and Virginia Ex. 9:00 p. m. DAYTON & XENIA DIV. Westward 4:37 a. mx. St. Louis Limited 9:55 ft. m. Springfd. and Rich. Ac 10:10 a. m. St. Louis Ex. 9:55 p. m. World's Fair Special 10:55 p. m.....Spgfd. and Rich. Mail and Ex ... Eastward Pittsburg Special Rich, and Spgfd. Mail and Ex. . New York Ex. . .Snrfd. Mail and Ex. CT . ...Keystone Ex. 4:55 p . New York Limited 8:49 GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R'Y. Southward 3:30 a. m Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex. 9:42 a. ra.......Ft. W. and Rich. Mail and Ex t 3:40 p. m... Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex. i 10:15 p. m. ............Sunday Ac. ! Northward Rich and G. R. Mail and Ex. ....... 5:40 ............Michigan Ex 12:50 Cin. atuI Mack. Mail and Ex. ...... .11 :10 Daily. ! Sunday only. All trains unless otherwise indicated, do- part and arrive daily, except Sunday. C W. ELMER, Passenger and Ticket Agent. ' 5 :25 a. m. 5:45 a. m. 9:55 a. m. .3:25 p. in. m. P. m. a. m. p. m. P. m. C, C. & L. TIME TABLE. Effective October 16, 1904. EAST AND SOUTH. -No. 4 Daily. Leave Richmond - 0 :00 a. m. Leave Cottage Grove 9:37 a. m. Arrive Cincinnati 11:15 . m. No. 2. Daily , Except Sunday. Leave Richmond 4:05 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove .... 4:45 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati C:20 p. m. No. 6 Sunday Only. Leave Richmond .... ;" . . 8 :15 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove .... 8:50 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati ..... .10 :25 p. m. No. 1, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati 8:30 a. m. Leaves Cottage Grove ...10:05 a. m. Arrive Richmond 10:40 a. m. No. 3, Daily. Leaves Cincinnati 5:00 p. m. Leaves Cottage Grove .'. . 6:30 p. m. Arrives Richmond 7:05 p. m. NORTH AND WEST No. 1, Daily. Leaves Richmond 10:40 a. m. Leaves Muncie 12:01 p. m. Leaves Marion 1:07 p. m. Leaves Peru 2:05 p. m. Arrives North Judson ... 4:05 p. m. No. 3, Daily. Leave Richmond . 7:05 p. m. Leaves Muncie 8 :25 p. m. Leaves Marion 9:30 p. m. Arrives Peru ....10:30 p. m. No. 7, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves Richmond 7:10 a. m. Arrives Muncie 8:30 a. m. Leaves Marion 9:35 a. m. Arrives Peru 10:35 a. m. No. 2, Daily Except Sunday. Leaves North Judson . . .10:35 a. m. Leaves Peru 12:35 p. m. nives Richmond 4:05 p. m. No. 4, Daily. Leaves Peru 5:35 a. m. Arrives Richmond 0:00 a. m. No. 8, Leaves Peru .......... s 4 :45 p. m. Arrives Richmond . . 8 :15 p. m. For rates or information regarding connections, inquire of C. A. BLAIR, Passenger and Ticket Agent. Home Telephone 44. ' . Dayton- & Western TractionCo. In effect Nov. H, tt"04, subject to change without notice. MAIN LINK A M PM PM LvTllchmond.... 00 And 9 0J 110" Ar Katon 6 45 every 45 11 45 W. Alexand'a 7 00 hour 10 CO 12 00 Dayton 8 Op until 1100 .. .. NEW PARIS BRANCH Thro' Service Lv Richmond Ar Cedar Bprlngs New Paris AM 5 00 5 25 5 30 A M 6 20 6 45 5 sn And every hour until P M 10 20 19 45 10 60 THE INTERSTATE LIMITED Parlor-Buffet Service Leave Richmond Arrive Eaton West Alexandria . Day ton A M 9 50 10 25 10 85 11 15 P M 8 50 4 25 4 35 5 15 Special tickets must be purchased before boarding train N o baggage oarrtad. Trunks, etc. may b sent on trains preceding or following. Buffet lunch served on this train. Direct connection at Dayton with "Lima IJmlte i" trains for Troy, Piqua and Lima. Richmond to Lima (120 miles) In 4 hours. The fastest long distance service on elec tric lines in the United States. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P. C. C. A St. L for points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cincinnati Northern K. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, Plqu Sidney. Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to nil points For further information call Home Phone 2R. C. O. BAKER. Agent. Juhn S. Iredell FOR Fire Insurance He No. 4 North Ninth St Richmond. I will be glad to see my old com- 4c xades at the above number on pen- sion day, November 4th. I -JSnf Tht rate 1 SMBpk HOCK) been tugjstcd gy auods UmilUr with um nccas C4 the im. THE AME&CAN INVENTOR TriE kep roo in touch wtth jubketj of curratt tntcmt to the lint al new inventiant ind czperiracM. b wiB U yo to drvcbf idea fretol value Issued oo the 1 and 15th Twcoty-ciafat bams udi t toM teods 10c po copy or aent by $1.50 per yur. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. John S. Iredell For Sale CHEAP! A lot of second band Furniture, Stoves, ttc, to make room for new arrival antique mahogany furniture F. J. HEPNER 426 Main St., Richmond, Ind. AMUSEMENTS Plays and Play People. Something out of the ordinary line of. entertainment was presented matinee and evening, at Memorial, in Gordon and 'Bennett's scriptural drama, by Clarence Bennett, author as A Royal Slave, recently seen at the, same theatre. Not so " colossal, nor as spectacular as Ben Hur or the famous Passion Play, The Holy City, at the same inie is a drama that inspires reverence and there can be xio thought of the saeriligious, because, while the theme is sacred there is no impersonation of the Man of Galilee, though the presence of the ; Nazarene within .sight of the Apostles and other characters of the drama is indicated in the scenes. The story begins with the appearance of John the Baptist, the beheading of him through the machinations of Herodias and the priests and the va rious incidents leading up to the crucifixion and the rising of the Lord and Master. Incidental to the unfolding of the Bible story is the love for Salome, step-daughter of Ifcrod, of Marius, a Boruan, who re nounces her to espouse Christianity, and who rejects all her overtures of love with horror after her part in the beheading of John, a strong climax being reached in the last aet, when, after Salome in her endeavor to kill Andrew, fatally stabbed Marius, she begs his forgiveness, is forgiven, and after pronouncing a curse on her mother, stabs herself and falls dead across the body of Marius. The dra ma in the main follows the scriptur al story quite closely and many of the speeches are from the testament text. The play is scenically strong, the costuming rich and elaborate and the stage setting in consonance with the dignity and reverential character of the subject, not an untoward or unseemly word, action or incident marring the effect. The cast is wor thy oC the drama. Clyde B. Callio tte portrays the character of Marius intelligently and forcefully. Orris Ober, as Salome, impersonated the part very acceptably. Raymond Gil bert was John the Baptist and his action was dignfied. Isabelle Win loche, as Elizabeth, mother of John delivered the . invective cursing the conspirators and the slayers of her son in an awe-inspiring manner, her splendid voice and bearing being one of the best features of the presenta tion. Mansfield News. At the Gennett Theatre Friday, Nov. 25th. Blanche Walsh in "Resurrection." Wagenhals and Kemner, managers for Blanche Walsh will be held in grateful remembrance for having in cluded this city in the tour they have arranged for that now famous ar tist. She will be seen at the Gen nett Theatre on Monday evening in " Resurrection' ' the play which has all the big capitols of Europe agog and which has astounded the playgoers of New York. Much, how ever, has been said of the play, in finitely more has been said of Miss Walsh's superb portrayal of Mas love the leading character. As an in stance of the esteem she has won from the critics, the opinion of so conservative a writer as Mr. Acton Davies of the evening Sun, is well worth while to quote: "She swayed and held a Broad way audience last night" says Mr. Davies as she has never done before. You could literally have heard a pin drop iu the prison scene last night. Miss Walsh threw all her charms to the winds. Every trace of beauty in face and form was sacri ficed. With her brandy bottle in hand she sat there jja the prison yard a befuddled, besotted " creature be yong despair, and so far past recol lection that when her first love, her betrayer comes to her, protesting re pentence and proffering aid she does not recognize him and merely greets him with the professional leer that habit has taught her to extend to each new customer. It was an aw ful sight and made your blood run cold. Then when he disclosed himself when Maslova finally realized that this handsome prince in furs was not only her betrayer but one of the men that sat on the jury which had found her guilty of murder she never done, she turned on him and wither ed him with scorn which was made the more splendid from the very source from which it came. In no role that Miss Walsh has played has she shown so intellectual a grasp of a character. Her later notes of sor row, repentance, tenderness and final love were all touehed honestly, sure ly. Her Maslova in fact was the tri umph of her career. " The Castleton Opera Company. No otlirr eomic onera oanses more laughter, has brighter and more sparkling music than "Said Pasha" A new version of this pleasing opera will be sung by the Castleton Opera Company, one of the most expensive and strongest musical organizations touring America. With an all star cast of principals, a chorus of pret ty girls, augmented by Norma Por ter's celebrated Ladies' Orchestra of Boston, this company comes to the Gennett Theatre Saturday. Nov. 26th for two jK'rformances matinee and "ight. It is said that never before has such an expensive production of "Said Pasha" been presented in this country. With a cast of such well known operatic stars as follows nothing but the most elaborate enter tainment can be expected : Claudia Castleton, Louise Moore and Daise Thorn, prima donna sopranos; Syl vesta Cornish, character contralto; Joseph Smith and J. C. Abdill, ten ors; Wm. II. Brown and David Yost, bassos; Robert Clarke and John Bev erly, baritones, and Edward Fla- velle, character comedians. The Big Minstrel Show. (Ins Sun, the well known minstrel magnate and his superior company of burnt cork artists are scheduled to appear at the New Phillips, Tues day, Nov. 29. The company this sea sou is without question the finest organization of its kind in the min strel world. There is nothing with the show that is old except the name. Every feature, song, dance or act is neAv and ahead of the times. The program is the most complete and superb ever offered by a min strel company. Among a few of the prominent .'features we mention Chas. W. Milton, the Mansfield of minstrelsy. Crawford and Finning in their great musical act. Especial men tion should be made of the eccentric dancing of Elliott & West, who showed the patrons of shows what was needed to convulse an audience with laughter. Without a doubt the Great Kylers' high wire cycle act defies the laws of gravitation and is really marvelous; Bros. Spaulding, Parisian novelty artists, the only act of its kind in the world; the singing contingent; Ed Hicc, basso; James Barardi, robust tenor; Clarence Stonacher, baritone; and an excep tionally strong chorus. The scenery is a new departure entitled "A City of Splendor," resplendent with elec trical and mechanical effects. A mid the singing and warbling of birds in a bower of a thousand flashes upon the gorgeous scene. The costumes are of the most elaborate of silks, satins and laces. The parade, which will occur at noon, is the neatest and best dressed in the history of min strelsy. Any person witnessing the performance who is not satisfied can secure the admission fee by applying at the boxofficc before 9 p. m. This certainly is a guarantee sufficient strong to satisfy any doubting Thom ases. There will be no advance in prices nor will any person be per mitted to speculate in tickets at the fxpense of the public. The Innocent Maids. ' "The Innocent Maids" company, which appears at the New Phillips on November 29, has the popular en dorsement of press and public of all the large cities; and no wonder, for T. W. Dinkins has presented this popular attraction for the past four seasons to pleased audiences every where, and "The Inocent Maids" i3 conceded to be one of the best bur lesque organizations on the road. The entertainment opens with the funny farce, "The Red Lion," forty five minutes of spectacular comedy, presented with beautiful scenic ef fects, with visions of pretty girls, and genuinely funny comedians. The olio is an all star one and intro duces many new faces and a few old favorites, such as Adams and Drew, comedians with an Irish accent; the Kaufman Brothers in laughter, song and dance; Blackford and West, the "Girls in Red;" Sadie Clark, the Southern nightengale ; Lyster and Cook in their musical and equilibris tic act. This is followed by an in tensely funnj- burlesque entitled "Hotel Ups and Downs," which is really of the farcial order and calls for the strength of the entire com-Pan.v. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Pleasant to Take. The finest quality of granulated laf sugar . is used in the manuf ae ture of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the roots usc-d in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple sy rup, making it quite pleasant to take. Mr. W. L. Roderick, of Pooles ville, Md., in speaking of this remedy says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with nay child en for several years and can truthfully say it is the best preparation of the kind I know of. The children like to take it and it has no injurious after effect- For sale by A. G. Lnken & Co.. and W. IT. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main streets. GENNETT Theatre IRA SWISHER Lass and Managar Saturday, November 26 Matinee and Night . THE CASTLETON OPERA GO. Tne embodiment of all that is strictly artistic, elaborate and amusing. 75 PEOPLE-75 Chorus of 50 mostly pretty girls in the fantastic con? ic opera SAID PASHA All principals are reconizfd stars. Norma Porter's famous Boston Ladies' Orchestra Prices Matinee, 75, 50, 25c ; Night, $1 00. 75, 50, 25c w Seat sale at Westcott Pharmacy : GENNETT YhVaVre : IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY I FRIDAY, NOV. 25th GORDON & BENNKTT presenc Tbe Majestic Production ;.ii:i;is,uF,!i! MMMMMMMMXMMMMMMMMMMMWMMMrl ln?Q 1 Lessons Ftnt Lsoa Fni: absolutely methods ; position guaranteed ; $ 5 lessons by mail exclusively ; no in- St . t j.i , - 3k f no difficulties; everything simp'e and , clear ; indorsed by boards of education and leading newspapers. thousands of graduates. Dept.. 3o, Campaign of. Education,; 211 TownsendBldg., New York. t N A H Jl a H M a R R a Al t 1 MWWWWWWWWWWtJWWWWWW w w w ate ForSHOE REPAIRING See J. ABLEY 12 S. Ninth t waa. awaaaawwsaaawjwwwM . aa.a AAKAnAAHMARHR m M w m w n H It wwww w THE HOLY CITY The grandest of all Bible plays. A story of Old Jerusalem, the holy land Beautifully 6taged. costumes his torienll-y correct, splendidly acted. d v muhicalJ musically sub ime. Prices for this engagement fl.OO 75c. 50c. 25c: w - w m A Seat sale opens Wednesday morn- a ing, Nov. 23d, at the Westcott av a uiuv j NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE O. G. Murray, Lessee, Manager. The best of its kind extant. Traveling in its own cars. ONE SOLID WEEK Commencing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST THE GREAT MARGARET MEVILLE CO. In a repertoire of high closs plays and tsUmishing vaudeville speci altii-s, including GBADOO ' The Axe King 5 BIG SEPCIALTIES NIGHTLY Prices 10, 20 and 30 entn. First 7 rows in parquette 50c. Ladies can purchase 50c seats for 20c Monday. Seats at Nixon's. THANKSGIVING MATINEE SATURDAY MATINEE. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Hem Suspect it How To Find Out. 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Horn of Swunp-Boot. : Harness For Snorr and harness for ereV day use mean a dif ference in quality ia some makes her they are identical in strength and dura--bility. More style, of course, in fancy driving harness, bet all our harness b made from fool stock, and every set maintains our repu tation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse equipments at very modar ate pricie - - - - Tne Wiggins Co. r Fresh yandies Finest Kinds Finest doesn't mean most expensive It means purest, most delicious, most skilfully made. We have such candies. Some as low as 10c per lb. The best Lowney V , J and 1 lb at 50c and 60 c lb Telephone and well seed out a box. Court House Pharmacy