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THE . .
PALLADIUM
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY,
AT 922 MAIN STREET.
TELEPHONES!
CENTRAL UNION
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ENTERED AT RICHMOND POSTOFFICK
2D CLASJ MATTER
AS
Dally delivered by carrier to any part of
the city Tor seven cents a week.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES J
DAILY
Oatslde city, six months, In advance
Outside city, one month, In advance..
Outside city, one year, In advance
.11 50
. 80
. 3 00
WEEKLY
By mall one year, fl.00 In advance.
JOHN S. FITZCIBBONS. - Editor
A. O. HOLLY, - Business Manage
H. S. CARTER, - neponor
DBMS FY POUNDSTOSE al Staff
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The Palladium will be round a
the following places:
Palladium office.
Westcott Hotel.
Arlington Hotel.
Union News Company Depot.
Gates' Cigar Store, West Main.
Two cents at all places of sale.
The Palladium extends thanks to
the merchants of Richmond for the
very generous patronage given this
paper during the past few weeks
Wo are thankful for .patronage al
the time and especially so when
comes in large volumes.
It was a Christmas gift in itsel
to set? the good ladies of the Santa
Clans fund committee prepare the
packages for the poor children at the
Palladium office yesterday. The
ccmmittee Miss Mary Shiveley
Mrs. Rev. Reck, Mrs. John Kamp
and Mrs. George Smith met at this
otlicc vesremav morning and were
presented with the fund, $GG.90
The ladies mapped out their work in
a systematic manner and when
completed about one hundred names
were on their list. The committee
then proceeded to make the neces
sary purchases and by 3 o'clock in
the afternoon the Palladium count
ing room looked like an annex to a
department store. Each child's
package contained enough toys,
sweet meats and substantial to
make the hearts of many a poor boy
and girl and many a heavy hearted
father and mother happy. The good
ladies worked all dav long and until
9 o'clock last night and will finish
their labors today. This evenir
the neatly-done up packages will be
delivered to the homes of the chil
dren and the work began by the
Palladium a week ago will be com
pleted. We wish to thank the ladies
of the committee for their assistance
and hard work in the matter and
feel assured that each of them will
enjoy the Christmas better for car
mg for those unfortunate in this
world. Our thanks amounts to lit
tie, but the Cod of all srood, who
rewards the giver of a cup of cold
water, when given in charity's sweet
name, will certainly reward the kind
women who shouldered the burden of
this work. We also extend our
thanks to the generous contributors
and commend them to Him "who
doeth all things well."
There Are Some Simple Remedies
indispensable in any family. Among
these, the experience of years assures
us, should be recorded Painkiller.
For both internal and external ap
plications we have found it of great
value; especially can we ))com
mend it for colds, v. rheumatism, or
fresh wounds and bruises. Chris
tian Ara. Avoid substitutes, there
is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
Price 25 and 50 cents.
CHEAP TABLE
AT NICHOLSONS'
TODAY ONLY
ARTICLES WORTH ONE DOL
LAR OR MORE FOR ONLY FIF
TY CENTS. COME EARLY.
NICHOLSON & BRO.,
NO. 729 MAIN ST.
NAN -PATTERSON
JURY DISAGREES
OUT
TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
RETURN AS ABOVE
THE DEFENDANT COLLAPSED
When the Jury Reported Will
Likely Have a Third
Trial.
New York, December
over twenty-four hours'
and arugment, the jury
23. After
deliberation
in the trial
of Nan Patterson, before the bar of
Justice Davis on the charge of kill
ing her lover, Caesar Young, failed
to agree and were discharged by the
court. The jury reported twice to
Judge Davis that they were unable
to reach an agreement and on the
second report were discharged.
Nan Paterson, the defendant, col
lapsed completely when the disagree
ment was announced, and sobbed
convulsively on her father's shoul
der. On a motion of Prosecutor
Rand the prisoner was remanded
without bail. It is expected, though
no announcement has been made,
that the young actress will have to
undergo a third trial.
The hands of the clock pointed to
12 o'clock and 44 minutes when the
word was sent out from the jury
room that the body was ready to
make its final report. The jury filed
into the box and it was evident from
the manner of the men and the ex
pressions that no verdict had been
reached.
Miss Patterson came into court
from the prisoners' pen and sat at
the counsel table.
She did not lift her veil and sat
quietly and alone awaiting her fath
er's arrival. The door in the rear
of the court was open for a second
and the old man hurried in and sat
down beside his daughter and plac
ed his arm gently about her waist.
"Please arise, gentlemen of the
jury," cried Clerk Penny.
"The defendant will arise."
Miss Patterson slowly arose from
her seat, her right hand clutching
to the table for support, while her
hand sought her father's.
"Have you agreed upon a ver
dict?" asked the clerk of the jury.
"We have not," said Foreman
Harmer.
"It is to be regretted," said Jus
tice Davis. "I thank you tor your
patient attention and your work for
the commonwealth. ion are dis
charged." Miss Patterson clung sobbingly to
her father, and her anguish was
manifest by audible crying. Her
counsel whispered a few words to
her. but she would not listen
We Are All Familiar
with the deep, hoarse bark, grimly
called "a grave-yard cough." It is
the crov of the tortured lunsrs for
mercy, uive tnem mercy in me iorm
of Allen's Lung Balsam, a remedy
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for pulmonary trouble, so highly es
teemed that it is recommended even
in the earlier stages of consumption.
In the later stages mortal skill is un
availing. Nobody can afford to neg
ect a cold.
Deaths and Funerals.
Griffin The funeral of Grover
Griffin will be held at the home, 100
North Seventh street, this afternoon
a.t 2 o'clock. Burial at Earlham.
Kienker The funeral of Paul
ienker was held yesterday after
noon trom bt. I'auPs Lutheran
church. A large number of school
mates attended the funeral. The bur-
al occurred at Lutherania cemetery.
Ballard The btVIy of Barclay Bal-
ard was laid to rest in Earlham
cemetery yesterday afternoon. The
funeral services which were held at
he home were conducted bv Rich-
mond Lodsre
F. and A. M.
Monday night Mrs. Charles Kolp
will give her annual Christmas dance
which is always one of the events of
the holiday season. The class will
dance from 7 to 9 o'clock after
which is always one of the events of
he holiday season. The class will
dance from 7 to 0 o'clock after
which the public will be allowed to
tread the light fantastic. The music
will be furnished by Messrs. White
nd Wilson on piano and drums. The
ounger social set will be augmented
jby many out of town people!
SPECIAL MUSIC
Continued from first page.)
.sung illustrated with many high
class views. AH will be cordially
welcome.
Bethel A. M. E.
Xmas program to be rendered at
Bethel A. M. E. church December
15, 1004, 10:30 a. m.
Organ Voluntary The Lord is
Come.
Song by the Choir, Coronation
Prayer Aaron Guy.
Song by the Choir Message of
Xmas Time.
Decalogue.
Song by Choir Cheerily Singing.
Sermon by pastor "God's Gift to
the World."
Solo. "My Little Children" Mrs.
John Greenup.
Xmas Offerings.
The Negro as an American Citi
zen W. II. Dennis.
Baritone Solo Mr. M. C. Oliver.
Selection by Choir " Safely
Through Another Week."
Xmas Offerings.
Snecial services by the Sabbath-
School at 2:30 p. m.
The evening rrgram will be under j
4 he auspices of the Young Men's j
lecture Course at 7:30 r. m. I
Instrumental Trio Messrs. Lock- j
Vv. Tavlor and Miss; Speed.
SfleMlon bv the nioir "We
Tnvoeition "Fhovt OoHrnn.
Tic:trnnmental Solo Charles Tate.
T'eolormi
r'tiniT O'tt WIing T-Vrxs.
ofion Afrc. T.oonnrd TTiat.
Zenophone Selection Airs. Al. C.
Oliver, of Dayton, O.
America Chorus and Audience.
United Presbyterian.
The. following musical program
will be rendered Christmas morning:
Prelude "OfTert ire de Noel"
Eugene Thayer Airs. Hunt
Tlosanna. Lord Hosanna ..Schneckie
Aliss Myrick, Air. Jaqua, Airs.
. Neal and Air. Luring.
The hush of night hath fallen
Spence Quartette
Offertory- Scherzino . . . .Mrs. Hunt
Offertory Bethlehem Beale
Miss Myrick
Behold. I Bring You Good Tidings
Lynes Quartette
Postlude Festal March ...Eeilman
Airs. Hunt
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran.
Early morning services at 5 a. m.
Organ voluntary.
Quartette Stille Nacht.
Song Odu Frochliche.
Scripture and prajer.
Offering Organ and flute. Prof.
Weisbrod and Wilbur Hasemeier.
Choir. i
Sermon Christ at the Door.
Choir.
Song Herbei Oihr Glaenbigen.
Benediction and doxology.
At 10 o'clock the Sunday school
will meet and bring its Christmas
offering.
At 10:30 there will be a service in
the main audience room, which will
be a service of song and address by
the pastor
on: "The Prince of
Peace."
At 7 o'clock p. m. the Sunday
school will hold its Christmas serv
ice, at which time it will render the
service entitled: "The Christmas
King."
Come and enjoy these services
with us.
First Church of Christ Scientists.
Services at 10:30 a. m., subject:
"God." Wednesday evening expe
rience meeting at 7:30. Pythian
Temple. All are welcome.
WATER CONSUMERS.
OFFICE AND SHOP OF RICH
MOND CITY WATER WORKS
MOVED TO 41 N. EIGHTH. 22-5t
hifijiiiiias
Choice perfumery forms an ideal
gift for young or old boys
girls young men young wom
enthose in middle life or in
life's decline.
There is a pleasing bit of senti
ment about perfumes and their use
that adds to their use as Christmas
gifts.
The place to buy high-grade per
fumes is at your druggist's. Come
in and select your packages we have
them from 25 cts to $2.00 all choice
true flower odors lasting in qual
ity.
We have all the famous makes
including Rieger's, made in Cali
fornia, where the flower's grow...
Court House Pharmacy
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Colds Lead to CatarrhCatarrh Leads to
A Beautiful
Girl's
Experience
Nine cases of consumption out of tn
oecur In this way :
A person catches a eold. The cold is
not "properly cured, and they quickly
catch another one. This cold i dilly
dallied with by no treatment, or some
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SPECIAL NOTICE,
The Si wort J o woEiry o
Will hold an auction sale this
morning, commencing at 10 o'clock.
A Great Many Fine Gifts will be
Distributed at the Morning Sale
Also afternoon sale at
2:30; evening at 7:30.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to buy Xmas
presents at your own price.
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A - - -
is a constant source of satisfaction
and is therefore an
Ideafgift
The price suits any purse, too
$i.oo to $75
W. H. ROSS DRUG GO.
Phone 77. 804 Main St., Richmond.
'A Striking Girl" Match Striker 25c
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.ml, 111., says:
friend toPcruna, for j
fu o dnvs of & coutf h
which had been annoying ma fur
three weeks, ar.d which had ds- j
veloped a serious catarrhal atfec i j
tion cf the throzt and lungs. i
a mm cm u C4 jiuiuvi is a vvuw w
the year, and each left me with a
? little snore catarrh; then this baC
cough was the worst. I took cough
medicines until I sickened at the
sight of them. But Peruna cured
me up In such quick time that I am
its firm friend. Four weeks' con
stant use of it got the catarrh en-
f lt desewes all the praise bt
T stowed upon it. Alma Lilha.
treatment that is ineffectual, and the
cold continues.
Then they cateh another cold and le
gin to cou;:h. Then they take cough
syrups, but they do no good.
liy and by they get tired of taking
medicine and give up in despair.
Their cold continues and their cough
grows worse. Then they apply to a
doctor, only to discover that they are in
the firt fctuvs of consumption.
704 MAIN STREET.
SHINING PARLOR
JIM ELLEIIIS
7x2 main Street
Bring in your shoes 8 shines for 25 cts.
EXHIBIT SALE
Of Oil and Water Color Paint
ings at my studio
327 S. SEVENTH ST.
Frank J. Girardin
COUGH!
Consumption.
Mkw Lilha, t,r Illinois, Parted out
exactly in this way. Fortunately, she
took a course of lVruna before it ws
too late. She had caught several cold,
tnen a cough developed. She took all
sorts of cough medicines, until, a ,.,
puts it, "I sickened atthoeightof them "
In four work IVrunahad cuml lur.I
her cr.tarrii and her system entirely
rid of it. J
This is w hat IVruna is do'.ng all th
while. Xot a day, nnd probably not an
j hour, parses but some one ha a aimilat
I experience with IVruna.
The first step toward consumption in
catching coU. The next step Is a failure
to cure it promptly. The third stop ia
the development of catarrh, which grad
Tiall y Incomes clironic. T!ie fourth step,
the catarrh leirs to sprer.d from the
head to the throat. Tho fi.'th step, t'.nj
catarrh enread to the luronchial tuls
::r.d lun. It then Iecoines consump
lion ia Us first ctac.
At any time during the progress of the
catarrh, from thof.rst onset of the cold
10 its Huul settlement in the lungs Pe
runa can bo r?::ed 14011 to .top the dis
ease. It cures entirely. Kven after
consumption has loeome thoroughly
developed, many cr.scs have f4und in
Peruna a per::;:.:u::t care. After they
have been glvon up by physicians to die
of consumption IVruna has cured them.
We have hundreds of testimon'ali
that declare these facts in the mot
enthusiastic language.
U. S. Senator John M. Thurston, from
Nebraska, Avritcs tlie following letter
from Washington, I. C, under date of
April t, VMl:
" I have used IVruna at various time
during the past year or two with most
satisfactory results.
" It entirely relieved me from an irri
tating cough, tho result of exeesMve
effort in tho Presidential campaign, and
I am a firm oclievcr in its efileacy ia
any such trouble." Jno. M. Thurston.
To take quieting mdicines to ttop &
cough is absurd and harmful. The only
way to stop a cough permanently and
without doing more injury than good is
to euro the catarrh, which H exactly
what IVruna does. Itcur the catarrh
of the bronchial tubea and the cough
ceases.
At the slightest appearance of a cough
a bottle of Peruna should tie taken
according to directions. One bottle in
the beginning will do more than a half
dozen bottles after the catarrh has
fastened itself on the lungs.
If you do not derive prompt and t-a'.is-factory
results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr.' llartman, giving &
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis.
Address Ir. llartman. President of
iThe llartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O,
: McNeill &
Porter-field :
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