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Arrive r m. D-nVTffaVT.VAWTA TTMT! TART.T! In Effect November 27th, 1904. CINCINNATI & CHICAGO DIVISION. Westward Depart .Richmond and Logan Ac. Ex 6:45 a m. 11:10 a. m... ....Chicago Special- 11:15 a. m. 12:30 p. m. Michigan Ex. 4:40 pjn. .Cincinnati and Logansport Ex. 5:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m...'. .. Cincinnati and Richmond Ac. Ex. 11:00 p. m. Cin. and Chi. Mail and Ex 11:15 p. m. Eastward 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. 9:48 a. xn. Logan and Cin. Ac. Ex 10:10 a. m. 3:50 rj. m... Chi. and Cin. Secial 3:55 p. m. 1 1 A V. 5:40 p. m Logan, ana men. ac r COLUM BUS & INDIANAPOLIS DIV. Westward .... St. Louis Limited 4:45 a. xn. 4:55 a. m. Capital Ex 5:05 a. m. " ....St.1 Louis Ex 10:15 a. tn. 10:00 a. in. Col. and Ind. Ac. Ex 10:20 a. m. 1:20 p. m St. Louis Ex 1:20 p. m. 9:00 p. m Col. and Rich. Ac. Ex St. Louis Special 10:18 p Eastward 5:15 a. m. Pittsburg Special Ac. Mail and Ex. 5:30 a. m. 9:45 a. m Ind. and CoL Ac. Mail and Ex 10:15 a. m. 9:50 a. m. New York Ex. j 4:50 p. m Keystone Ex 7:20 p. m Atlantic Ex. 7:30 p. m. 8:40 p. m New York Limited 8:55 p. m Ohio and Virginia Ex. -.. 9:00 p. m. DAYTON & XENIA DIV. Westward 4:37 a. m St. Louis Limited 9:55 a. m Springfd. and Rich. Ac 10:10 a. m St. Louis Ex. 10:10 p. m Pitts., Sprifld & Richmond Mail & Ex. Daily Eastward Pittsburg Special 5:25 a. m Rich, and Spgfd Mail and Ex. 4:20 a. m. New York Ex. 9:55 a. m. Keystone Ex. 4:55 p. m. New York Limited 8:49 GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R'Y. Southward 3:30 a. m Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex. 9:42 a. m Ft. W. and Rich. Mail and Ex - 3:40 p. m Mack, and Cin. Mail and Ex 10:15 p. m Sunday Ac. ! Northward Rich and G. R. Mail and Ex. 5:40 a. m. Michigan Ex 12:50 p. m. Cin. and Mack. Mail and Ex. 11:10 p. m. Daily. '. ! Sunday only. All trains unless otherwise indicated, de- part and arrive daily, except Sunday. C W. ELMER, Passenger and Ticket Agent. 4f- A 1SEMENTS m. f 0., 0. & L. TIME TABLE. Effective October 16, 1904. EAST AND SOUTH. No. 4 Daily. Leave Richmond 9:00 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 6:20 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 7405 P.. m. NORTH AND WEST No. 1, Daily. Leaves Richmond 10:40 a. m. Lta.Vm Miitkma 12:01 p. m. f Leaves Marion 1:07 p. m. Leaves Peru 2:05 p. m. Arrives North Judson ... 4 :05 p. m. Mo. 3, Laiiy. 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. rrives Richmond 4:05 p. m. No. 4, Daily. Leaves Peru 5:35 a. m. Arrives Richmond 9:00 a. m. No. 8, 4:45 r. m. Arrives Tfiohmnn1 - 8:15 p. m. 't For rates or information regarding r ! . m uumiecuuiis, inquire jjh C. A. BLAIR, Passenger and Ticket Agent. Home Telephone 44. Dayton & Western TractionCo. In effect Nov. 14, 1904, subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE AM P M P M Lv Richmond 6 00 And OJ 11 0 Ar Eaton 45 every 9 45 11 45 W. Alexand'a 7 00 hour 10 00 12 00 Dayton 8 Op until 1100 .. .. NEW PARIS li RANCH Thro' .Service AM AM And P"M Lv Richmond.... 5 00 6 20 every 10 20 Ar Cedar Springs 5 25 6 45 hour i0 45 New Parlg 5 80 6 5ti until 10 50 THE INTERSTATE LIMITED ParIorBuffet Service AM P M Leave Richmond 50 3 50 Arrive Katon 10 25 4 25 West Alexandria 10 35 4 85 Dayton 11 15 5 15 Special tickets must be purchased before boarding train. No baggage carried . Trnnka. Ate., may b sent on Trains preceding or following. Buffet lunch served on this train. Direct connection at Dayton with "Lima Limited" trains for Troy, Plqua and Lima. Richmond to Lima (120 miles) in 4 hours. The fastest long distance service on elec tric lines in the United States. The grtiXeM moocT nukin. Kv bun suggested 'wj Binds UnilUf with th needs of the age. - THE AMERICAN INVENTOR keep you in touch with subtects ok current Merest to -the line new Inventions and experiment, h will aid you to develop idta$ of practical value, ksucd go the I at and 1 5th of every month. TVeoty-cteht para each Issue. Sold at ads 10c per copy or seal by mail J 1.50 prr yta THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. ' sent free Washtngun. D. C CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P. C. C. A St. L. for points north and south. At West Alexandria wicn Cincinnati ixonnern u. rc. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, Plqua maiiey, Lima, Jiema, pringneia, tjoium bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further Information call Home Phone 269. C. O. RAKER. Agent. 'John S. Iredell FOR I will be glad to see my old com- $ rades at the above number on pen- sion day, November 4th. Fire Insurance No. 4 North Ninth St Richmond. John S. Iredell S! For Sale CHEAP! A lot of second-band Furniture, Stoves, etc., to make room for new arrivU antique mahogany furniture F. J. HEPNER 426 Main St.,' Richmond,::ind. Jeanne Towler in "Iris." The theatre goers of Richmond may consider themselves somewhat fortunate in having1 an opportunity of witnessing a performance of "Iris" at the Oennett Thursday, December 1st, matinee and night when L. J Rodriguez will present Jeanne Towler in the title role of A. W. Pinero's latest and it might be said, greatest play. "Iris" was first brought out in London about two years ago, where it met with in stant success. The same can be said of its production in this country last season when it enjoyed a long and successful run in New York City filling the theatre nightly. It is doubtful if any play in the last ten years has caused so much comment as this famous work of the master playwright of modern times. That it 6ets people thinking there is no doubt and this is surely an indica tion that it possesses interest and strength. Mr. Rodriguez has spared no expense in giving the ply the magnificent mounting to which it is entitled ad he has surrouded Miss Towler with a supporting company of unusual excellence. - "The Pit." Frank Norris, the author of that very remarkable story, "The Pit," which was made into a play for Wil liam A. Brady by Channing Pollock, and is now being presented by Wil ton Lackayo and a company of three hundred people in the principal cit ies of the country, was born in Chi cago in 1870, and died at San Fran cisco, October 25, 1902. lie gradu ated from the California state univer sity in 1S04, had done much good work for newspapers and magazines and had performed repertorial ser vice in Cuba and the Transvaal. In a critical and biographical notice of him in The World's Work, the edi tor of that magazine says: "To those who know Mr. Norris his death brings a deeper loss than the premature close of a brilliant literary career. His was a strong and lovely personality. His youthful and beautiful face, crowned with gray hair, wore a smile for all his friends He was associated with the publish ers of this magazine from the begin ning of their career as publishers of books; and he showed such rare ge nius for friendship that to them the loss of literature is swalloyed up in the loss of a friends and companion He carried with him always an at mosphere of cheerful earnestness. He was a verv noble man strong and gentle and brave and true. The mem ory of him is so precious a posses sion to those who lived and worked with him, that they will carry it as an uplifting influence all their lives long." "The Pit" which is the title of Frank Norris' posthumous novel, was first published serially in the Saturday Evening Post. It is found ed on the "deal" in the Chicago wheat pit in an attempt to corner the world's wheat supply. The so cial existence, the gambling in stocks and produce, the characteristic life of Ohicasro. form a hnckerround for this exceedingly poAverful novel. The first edition of the book, which con sisted of 20,000 copies, was ordered before publication and they were hardly off the press before tAvo other Aery large editions were put on. The book has won the approval of the most eminent critics, as one of mar velous force and beauty, dealing with a great subject and being mas terly and artistic in its delineation of character. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room." Little Claude Schutter, the clever child who portrays the part of Mary Morgan in Mitchell and Lawman's superb "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" which is the attraction at the Ncav Phillips Theatre December 3, matinee and night, is at once tha most striking child artist seen on the American stage in a decade. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" as presented by the Mitchell-Lawman complete company of excellent play ers, is far from the hackneyed type of play so often perpetrated upon the public, but on the contrary e-ery attention to detail has been given the presentation, each artist chosen for his or her particular ability. With the company are: Arthur L. FanshaAve, Alie Willard, Frank E. Mitchell, Marie Ewing, Chas. Cony ers, Blanch Milt, Verdi Cartelfa, Claude Schutter and others of note. "Gns Sun's Minstrels." A leading writer in the London Lancet, a medical publication of the highest repute published in London, England contends that people who attend shows and various other enter tainments, on the actrreorate li-e from fiVe to ten vears longer than people who refrain from enjoyment obtained in this way. In the 1000 cas es of insanity and crime, 837 of the former and 903 of the latter had rarely, if ever, visited the theatre. The writer continuing, claims that an afternoon or evening spent at the theatre is better than a dose of medi cine for those who are suffering from any nervous disorder. The argument of this gentleman, if one would stop to think, is not only pluasible but quite possible. It certainly is a di version for the overworked mind and of necessity must be productive of good results. The owners of theatres and traveling company managers should be a unit in favor of the above argument. To those who are not in the habit of attending the theatre, and are desirous of testing this theory, we would suggest that they attend the performance of the Sun Minstrels which will appear at the NeAV Phillips tonight. This or ganization has fun doctors Aho will make you forget every ache or pain. "Hi Henry's Minstrels." Hi Henry's Minstrels one of the Bicrcrest shoAvs of its kind in the country will be seen at The Gennett Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 30. They carry fifty artists. Its career is one of the most successful ever knoA-n in minstrelsy. It has played the leading houses, in every state in the Union and has been heartily re ceived into public faAors as the lea der in its line. Its friends and pa trons reach from ocean to ocean and its name is a familiar bv-word in millions of Aemrican homes. Seats are noAV on sale at Westcott Phar macy. vf "Hamlet." If the stage Avas devoted more to romance than nonsense it would be an educator as well as a source of amusement. Many who do not have the time to study history would in three hours of enjoyment become ac quainted Avith the doings and atmos phere of the middle ages, and imbibe knoAvledge of events which marked the evolution from barbarism to civ ilization. Such plays as "Hamlet" are of infinite value to the refined mind and inspire brilliant gossip for t lie parlor or drawing room where often the weather and baseball is discussed for want of more interest ing themes. "Hamlet" will be pre sented at the Gennett Theatre, Fri day evening, Dec. 2. All who intend to participate in the Eagles" Minstrels will report at Wayne Aerie tonight (Tuesday) at 7:30 o'clock. This will be the only "real"shoAv ever put on by local tal ent in the citv. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu cas county, ss: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dol lars for each and every case of ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY, Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D., 18S6. Seal. A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, 0. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's family Pills are the best. : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lesse and Manager. Matinee and Night Wednesday, Nov, 30 Matinee at 3:30 p. m. The largest and oldest in the world HI HENRY'S MINSTRELS 50 spec Scenic First Part Dreamland 50 12 Cultivated Singers 12 12 Selected Vaudevilles 12 18 Mammoth Orchestra 18 35 BIG MILITARY BAND 35 Spaolal Low Prloes for this date Matinee 10, 25,85c; children 10c. Night 25, 85 and 50c. A few seats at 75 cents. Sale of seats at Westcott Pharmacy HOME phone 234. ;pw PHI WPS i U VI THEATRE O. G. Murray, Lessee and Mgr (Shorthand (In 20 i 4c Lessons First Lissoa ; absolutely most complete and up-to-date methods ; position guaranteed ; lessons by mail exclusively ; no in terference with regular occupation; no difficulties; everything simple and clear; indorsed by boards of education and leading newspapers. uiousanus or graduates. Dept. 4c 25, Campaign of Education.! 211 TownsendBldg., New York. 5 rn n A H R n r n R H R w R1 n K iMnf s 4c m "RM M H K H JV A K X R K K X II K W ? For SHOE REPAIRING S See J. ABLEY I 12 S. Ninth NOTHING IOIN; TILL TUESDAY, NOV. 29 Special engagement of America's Greatesi Minstrel Co. The GUS SUN : American Minstrels : Introducing the grand spectacular electric, first part setting "A City of Splendor" SEE Giles W. Harrington, Crawford ifFlnnlng, The Great Kyler, Bros. A Bpauldlng, Elliott 4 West, Ed. Rice, Clarence Stonaker, Bragdon Bros., James E. Emerson, J ames Barardl, Jlmmle 'Hose .and .tha American Comedy Four. Superb Band and Orchestra Street Parade at Noon. SEE IT 1 Seats on sale at Nixon's. ris 15, 25. 35 and 60c. i Flour! Flour! I Wholesale & Retail Every Pound Guaranteed Winter Apples and Potatoes I All at very reason- able prices. Call and see us. Wm. Hill 8c Oo.t : GENNETT Theatre: Morphine What is to Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victins? Can They Be Cured? This question is agitating the minds of the best ministers, doctors and thinking men of today. There are over a million drug users in the Unit ed States alone, and the number is rapidly increasing. All unite in say- L-j that a reliable cure is the only salvation. This is no ordinary dis ease and yields to no ordinary drugs r methods of treatment. We now offer our treatment which we guaran- .n will cure any case of Morphine, Opium, Laudanum, Cocaine or other drug habit or refund your money. To any person suffering from this dread ful disease we will send a trial pack age of our treatment absolutely free. Write today. All correspondence strictly confidential in plain en- elopes. Address, Manhattan Thera peutic Association, Dep't B., 1135 roadway, ew York City. IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager Friday Evening, Dec. 2nd W. T. Hanley & Co. present the eminent actor EDWARD X. KOYT , , njui n nsiwivu uompniiy unuvr me management of M. W. Hanley In IHA-MLETi The Prince of Denmark " By William Shakespeare With all of the Snecial Seenerv and Effects. PRICES $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Beats ready Wednesday morning Nov. 30, at the Westcott Pharmacy GENNETT THEATRE Ira Swisehr, Manager. Thursday, December 1st. Matinee and Night. The Beautiful and Talented JEANNE TOWLER In A. W. Pinero's Masterpiece 66 IRIS 99 The Most Discussed Play of The Decade. : : : : Teaching a strong Moral Lesson this famous play has set all the country talking. The N. Y. Sun Says: "Not to have seen this Masterpiece is to have missed a vital play. Prices Matinee, 75, 50, 25. Chil dren, 2oc. Night $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c. 25c. Seats readv Tuesdav mormnsr, November 29th at The Westcott Pharmacy. for rent: Four at No. 322 North Eighth St. i i- rour very aesiraoie riats W. H. Bradbury & Son Westcott Block Patents fr,5 ideas can be patented. Small im provements and simple invention have made much money for the inventor. We develope yonr idea or assist yoa in improving your invention. We take out patents in United States, Canada 'and foreign countries. Terms reasonable, Marlatt & Dozler 42-43 Colonial Bldg. Richmond. Harness For Show and harness for eve'T day use mean a dif ference in quality la some makes here they are identical la strength and dura bility. More style, of course, in fancy driving harness, but all our harness is made from rood stack, and everv met maintain onr rrm tation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse equipments at very moder ate prices - - - - The Wiggins Co Take Breakfast or Lunch on the D. & W.'s "Interstate Limited" Parlor-Buffet Train between Rich mond and Dayton, O.. leaves Rich mond at 9:50 a. m. and 3:50 p. m., connecting at Dayton with THE LIMA LIMITED " for Troy, Piqua and Lima. Richmond to Lima in 4 hours. Other trains to Dayton every hour, making direct connections for Springfield, Columbus, Zanesville, Cincinnati, Xenia, Troy, Piqua, Lima and intei mediate points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD.