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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1905.
Page ThrflL Habit-forming Medicines. Whatever may be the fact as to many of the so-called patent medicines con taining injurious ingredients as broadly fmblished in some journals of more or ess influence, this pnblicity hasrertafnly been of great benefit in arousini? needed attention to this subject. It has, in a considerable measure, resulted in the most intelligent people avoiding such foods and medicines as may be fairly sus- pected of containing the injurious infrre- dients complained of. Kfcogrnzinsr this fact some Ume ago, Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., "took time by the fordoek," as it were, and purjlism! oroaacasi. an m Ingredients of which his popular medi cines are composed. Thus he has com pletely forestalled all harping critics and all nnnosition that m;eht otherwise be urged against his medicines, because they are now ok kxowx composition, rup thermore. from the formula printed an every bottle wrapper, it will be seen tint these medicines contain no aleohoiA.r other habit-forming drugs. NeithejHio thev contain any narcotics or injufcfous agents, their ingredients being purely vegetable, extracted from the nins of iftadicinal plants found growinpn the cJeDths of our American forest Jand of well recognized curative virtue Instead of alcohol, which eve if in email portions long continued, as in abstinate cases of diseases, becomes hipm'.y objec tionable from its tendency to Mroduce a craving for stimulants, fir. ierce em ploys chemically pur, ltre - refined tflvcerine. which of itself :st valuable remedy in many cases of cil iic diseases, being a superior demulcr antiseptic, antiferm"nt and supjoriuis nutritive. It enhances the curative action ot tne Golden fSeal root. Stone root. Black Cherrvbark and IJloodroot, contained in "Golden Medical Discovery." in all bron chial, throat and lung affections attended with severe coughs. As will be seen trom the writings of the eminent Drs. Grover Coe. of New York; Bartholow. of Jeffer son Medical College. Phila.: Hcudder. of Cincinnati; Ellingwood, of Chicago; Hale, of Chicago, and others, who stand as leaders in their several schools of practice, the foregoing agents are the vent best ineredients that Dr. Pierce could have chosen to make up his fa mous "Discovery" for the cure of not only bronchial, throat and lung affec tions, but also of chronic catarrh in all Its various forms wherever located. fler Supposition. "I'm glad to' say," remarked Mrs. Stronminjje la an insinuating: tone, ''that my huaband is not a sporty man." "Oh," replied Mrs. t Kaflyppe, look ing very sweet and Innocent, "I'm sur prised to hear jVnj.say that. I have al ;ways supposedrtiiat hp must have mar ried yon on a bet.4' Pittsburg Dispatch. Wlftre IttgfrtM Are TLong. "You look weary' commented the arctic explorer. "No wonder," repjiqd the heavy eyed Eskimo; "the baby lias been crying all Eight" "Indeed T "Tea, ajd thajt'e, exactly live months Una six nays bo tar. 1'uck. Strea nous Vrlty. "It, Is thought," remarked Dennis, "that the robberies are the worrok of eneak thieves."- ! "Sneak thieves. Is it?" replied rat- Tick. "Sure, an they mnst be bold eneak thieves then." Pittsburg Chron- Vle-Telegraph. - ' . Sad Dc So mor'I tread the Great White Way And "do the town" till break o" day; A'o more with Winifred I hoof High up unto the breezy roof. And to the club no more I stray Or auto with Phyllis or May; I do not golf with sweet Marie: Theaters hold no charm for me; The old world seems one mass of gloom. My who!? life jut one hollow tomb My wife Is back! " n "P. r.'tser In New York Press. success. "What is sr.ocess? lfs getting: money. I know sam? people disagree And hold some notions rather funny. But look crouiJ jnu, boys, and see. The man who cut;! tho largest capers And tf.lls the chaufTeur when to e iAnd gets hl. name in all the papers Is Johnnj Ti'lseboy with the dough. "Tou hear It said tkat fame Is fleeting. It's worse than that, if you'll observe; It doesn't furnish man with eating Or any sreh good purpose serve. But when his bank account is bulging He harvests three square meals a day 'And spends his leisure hours indulging In pleasantries along the way. That money brlr.ss you only trouble Is said by those who have enough. And then they break their necks to dou ble Their modest holdings of the stuff. But always from their lips keep dropping Their platitudes about the pain And woe that's bound .to be outcropping In tons of treasure and its train. Be rich and let who will be clever. For if the coin Is In your mitt SThose who are close to you will never Take notice If you lack In wit. .The work may not be quite exalted. But shed your jacket and saw wood BThen when you have a million salted It's mighty easy to be good. - Needed Muscular Help, "Did ho make a success as a farmer?" "No; the crops wouldnt thrive on good advice." Close Observer. "That frirl." said the country post mistress, "is carryin on a secret corre spondence with some young foller." "How do vou know." "bae never uses postal cards no more."- -New Orleans Times-Democrat. Tlie Water Vn in F. I The water pump of today is an im provement on an invention which first came int.- v.--: r.i the year -S3 U. C. "I h4 trouble with idt bow?! wnich mails my lIooi impart. My face u WTerod with pimples iwhirh do external remedy could remove I tried your C-aret aixl gr,a was my joy when th fttnpie disappeared aft-r a month's steady nse. bare recommended ihem to ail my friends and cgiM a few hare fonnd relief." C. 1. Puach. 96? Far Ave., Sew York City. 2f. Y. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. To flood, ?eer Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 19c. c, 50c. Never old in bulk. The fnam tablet stamped CCC Guaranteed to cars or j our money back Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. Coo AfUU SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES mi mid rjYS Best For ( ( The Bowels S CANDY CATrURTIC' SOLDIERS RAID -fGRO 'DISTRICT RanY MUdefltS and PrOfeS- . onr(j of Hlark lJnivPriit V . l "IM JI II V CI Iliy Taken Into Custody. SITUATION AT ATLANTA COLORED POSTMASTER IS SEIZ ED, CHARGED WITH SUPPLYING AMMUNITION TO THE MEM BERS OF W'S RACE, - Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 25. Following the killing of Policeman Heard an1 the serious wounding of three other members of the county police. Colonel Clifford Anderson, commanding the state 'militia, decided on a raid of the settlement known as Brownsville, in the southern tart of the city, near where the shooting occurred. Browns ville covers about 20 acres and is the home of about 1,500 negroes. With four companies of militia, about 45 of the county police force and the gov ernor's horseguards the place was sur rounded. Two hundred and fifty-seven negroes were placed under arrest, and a search was begun for arms and am munition. About 30 negroes were found armed and sent to the police barracks under heavy guard. When the negroes found they were sur rounded many made desperate at temps to escape. One negro was killed and another wounded in such attempts. One of the first to be arrested was J. L. Price, the negro postmaster, who is charged with supplying ammunition to negroes. It is asserted that none of those ar rested was a student or connected with Clark university. Two negroes wounded In the fight with the county police were found dead later. They were tracked by bloodstains into the woods where their bodies were found. An interview with Major William- Boa or the state militia, who com manded the raid in Brownsville, re sulted in a statement substantially as roiiows: "r ouowiug the attack on a force of county police late Monday night, it was decided to raid what Is known as Brownsville, including Clark university, an Institution for ne groes, which has In the past received large support from northern philan thropists. With two companies of state,, militia, the .governor's . horse- guards and a force of county police and citizens specially sworn in as dep uties, Major Williamson carefully dis posed his force during the late hours of the night', surrounding with a skirmish line the entire section, cov ering about 15 acres. When daylight came and the negroes emerged from their homes, they were ordered to hold up their hands. Few had the temerity to disobey. In this way about 400 negroes were captured, in cluding professors and students of Clark university, and other negroes not connected with the institution." In a fray at close range between Bi cycle Officers Smith and Maddox and Policeman. Cason and two dangerous negroes barricaded in a house near the corner cf McGrttder and Randolph streets, taa negroes were killed and .the police officers had narrow escapes. Officers Maddox and Smith had been notified that negroes were shooting in the vicinity. , When the officers went to the house Officer Smith walked to the rear door and Officer Maddox to the front. Offi cer Smith attempted to enter and the negroes began shooting. Policeman Maddox ran around the house to his partner's assistance, and as he did so he saw two negroes leaning out of the window firing at them. The officers returned the fire and the negroes dropped below the window. Officer Cason had come up in the meantime and the three charged the house. Offi cer Maddox ran to the window and pulled himself up, gun in hand. A pis tol blazed to the left of his head; he fired point blank and dropped to the ground, pulling the window down with him. He. then ran to the door and broke it open, his brother officers running with him. As he opened the door a gun was thrown in his face and as he dodged a bullet passed over his head. He and the other officers then fired, killing the two negroes. Sheriff Xelms swore in about 300 citizens as special deputies. It is un derstood he will swear in as many men as he can arm properly up to 500. Governor Terrell has wired for sup plies of ru-"5 rid rrnmimitioo. - . ... , . . ivconsic ered the tavr perfect noaconducsor v heat and cold. A composition bonn consisting of cork and some adbesiv materials to hold it together and rcn der the product damp ' proof 13 now made. These boards come in sizes f foot wide, three eet long,and from an tnch to four inches thick.. They can be easily sawed to fit in 'fact, can be worked up like . ordinary lumber. Thr cork board Is used in insulating all kinds of cold storage rooms, pipes, etc.. and In houses, especially those con .tructeri of riMt. : ., . NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Hereafter the routes of the Palla dium in Richmond will be under the cnarge ct a route manager, and car-i rier boys will not collect from patrons they serve. From this time on, the collections will be made at regular in tervals of two weeks by this route manager. Under no circumstances are carriers boys authorized to collect for subscriptions. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cain, who were here to attend the golden wedding an niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton j P. Cain, returned to their home in Brooklyn, N. Y., yesterday. Humor and Philosophy ; - By fNCANjJITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. Most small boys regard September as the month of schoolma'ams and self denial. Trrlng to set on a good thing often hatches out trouble. Very cheap people oftea cost their friends a lot of money. Even experience has to hit a man a elt over the bead sometimes before .t can teach him anything. No woman has time to preserve her good looks and fruit at the same time. Corset laces are the ties that bind. You are apt to meet good natured people when you are good natured yourself. No man considers an advantage ac cruing to him a mean advantage. Don't worry about the people who act as if they were doing you a favor when they accept a favor from you; they will get on In the world. You Never Can Tell. He only stole a loaf of bread. And that was really stale. Of course I know you'll say at onc That he was sent to jail. But guess again, oh, foxy one; You have another try. They quickly gathered up a purs And sent him home with pie. The other man of talent was A more expansive crook. He stole a" lengthy railroad and Was straightway brought to book. You will be sure he got off light For such a simple crime. Oh, no! They sent him to the pen. And he is doing time. To any such results as that One cannot feel resigned. It violates all precedents In cases of that kind. For surely there was some mistake; The judge forgot to look Around to see who stole the loaf And who the railroad took. . - " It only goes to demonstrate That accidents occur. That justice sometimes slips a cogr Or that Its blind eyes blur; That time tried rules may go awry. And if the tale is true It proves the wisest cannot tell Just what a court will do. --u tit ' em-r "i The Lazy Worm. Wise American doctors are extract ing the lazy worm from the natives of Porto Ilico and once more giving them ambition to go forth and gather the mellow banana or raise the kind of tobacco that people smoke In the Unit ed States who do not know any better. This lazy worm is a peculiar sort of creature. After he has mixed himself quite thoroughly, with the internal economy of a native the latter feels more like sitting in the shade than going forth, in the hot sun to do some heavy lifting. There are people In the United States who feel that way who have never nad tne pleasure or tne ac quaintance of the lazy worm, but it would take something stronger than medicine to cure them. About the only thing that will do them any good Is a visit from their mother-in-law. and If that doesn't cure them they are hopeless and should be given thirty days without further preliminaries. Coming Thick. Experiences follow fast Upon the wedding day. A man must pay the preacher, then There's something else to pay. A Hard Hit. -'Why is it that you seem to have failed in all of your ventures?" T have had to spend so much of my valuable time answering fool ques tions." Enough to Make Him So. T should think that that man would be a pessimist." 'Why?" . 'Even the milk disagrees with him." Hardest Part. TIs not a crime to write a rhyme As has been hinted. But we'll impart that it's an art To get It printed. BrutaL "Know what I think of you?" "No." "Anybody who claims kin to yon shows mighty poor Judgment." i Keeps Him .Busy, "What is that young millionaire that we used ta know doing now?" wnunting for some of the money that he used to throw away. Expense is the only thing that keeps some people from being wicked. When imagination becomes fact set ence and invention take a long lcij f orward. A self mudo man rarely seems de sirous of keeping his factory running. A woman is oftea moved to let some one else tali fur the sat of varietv. Erltisli rtandnnl easere-s. The stii.d:r;I iiit-asuros cf Great Britain are preserved in tha archive: of parliameut. buncoed, - ST - i2 St. Armo and Croumer, hand and head week. AT THE THEATERS "A Stranger in Town" Gennett. Frank Beamish, who comes to the I Gennett next Friday night in the jol ly musical farce, "A Stranger in Town," is one of the best known com edians in the country. As a charac ter actor in stock he is known from end to end of the country and that he will make many warm friends in this town during his only too brief en gagement, is taken for granted. "A Stranger in Town" is one of those 'bright, breezy tonics built for the ex press purpose of driving away the "blues," and if there be any one in the town who suffers from melancholy the tip is out that "A Stranger in Town" will be the best physician to consult. "Rufus Rastus" Gennett. With the aid of beautiful scenic ef fects and extravagant costume de signs, "Rufus Rastus," the big music al comedy show, will come to the Gennett on October 2d. No less a ! prominent colored comedian than Earnest Hogan, will again be seen in the title role, and most of the last sea son's fine aggregation of singing, dan cing and comedy talent has been re tained. ' Hurtig and Seamon, under whose managerial guidance, Ernest Hogan is appearing, feel well satisfied that they have neglected nothing in order that the "Rufus Rastus" production should eclipse in all respects any sim ilar entertainment now before the pub lic. Vaudeville at the Phillips. No lover of vaudeville can find any excuse for not attending the perform ance at the New Phillips this week, for the program is one of a most at tractive nature and is so .diversified that there is no monotony. Included are head and hand balancing, whist ling, a novelty breakaway boxing act, illustrated songs, motion pictures, comedy acrobatic work, singing and dancing and a comedy novelty. The York and Herbert Trio, Bartlett and Collins, Leo and Sulky, St, Arno and Croumer and Laura Jones are among the best in the various lines that they essay. JVllss KuDy conan s singing of the illustrated songs, one of which this week is of quite a novel nature, is very acceptable. ' The motion pic tures are, as usual, quite entertaining and amusing. On Thursday night there will be no vaudeville, owing to the fact that Al .Reeves' "Beauty Show," will appear. Friday night the amateurs will be in evidence. . "Thorns and Orange Blossoms" Gennett. A decidedly finished production of Lera B.' Parker's dramatization of Bertha M. Clay's widely read story. "Thorns, and Orange Blossoms," will be seen at the Gennett tonight. This is a Rowland and Clifford attraction and all that scene painters and cos- ROWLAND & CLIFFORD'S PRODUCTION OF - " BERTHA M. CLAY'S FAMOUS NOVEL,' " THORNS AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS. . Dramatized by LEM B. PARKER. EDNA EARLIE LINDON. "At the Gennett tonight t V J,- 5 e,.jp-" Wot --fc. V balancers at the New Phillips this tumers could furnish to make the settings appropriate, effective and beautiful has been supplied. The cast is an evenly balanced one and contains the means of many who have won distinction heretofore, and included the talented young - star. Miss Edna Earlie Lindon. Al Reeves New Phillips. Al Reeve's "Big " Beauty Show" comes to the New Phillips Thursday night and from - all accounts and newspaper notices is without ques tion is one of the best musical com edies on the road this season. Mr. Reeves has spared no expense in making this one big traveling organ ization fully equipped with beautiful scenery, coreeous costumes and a fine display of electrical effects; headed by the famous Six Bijoux, a marvelous troupe of lady acrobats coming direct from England and making their first American appear ance, having been specially engaged by Al Reeves at a big salary for a season of forty weeks with his show. RAILROAD CASUALTIES THE FIGURES ALARMING Statement Issued by Interstate Com merce Commission Shows That Twenty-Six. People were Killed Each day by Railroads. Washington, Sept. 25. thiring the year ending June 30, 1903, according to a" statement issued by the inter state commerce commission, an aver age of 26 people were killed a day and 238 injured a day on railroads in the United States. The total number killed during the year was 9,703, while the injured numbered 86,008. Demand it Be Bryan. . Publfshers"PressI Butte, Mont. Sept. 25. At the Dem ocrat State convention here today, T. J. Walsh, of Helena, was nominated for congress and J. B. McClernan, of Butte, for associate justice. Both nominations were made by acclama tion. Resolutions were adopted de manding the nomination of William J. Bryan for the presidency in 1908. The Mayor .Returns. Mayor Schillinger has returned from an outing trip among he lakes in Steuben county in the north east ern corner of the state. Trustees Meet Monday. The township trustees meet Mon day to settle their poor accounts. S TREATED LIKE A COMMON CROOK Stensland Turned Over to the Chicago Authorities After examination. A VOLUNTARY STATEMENT WITH TEARS IN HIS EYES, BANK WRECKER TELLS THE OLD STO RY OF POOR INVESTMENTS HE MADE. . New c:r, . t. Paul O. Stens land, the defaulting president of the Milwaukee Avcnuo State bank of Chi cago, who was returned from Morocco, was lined up at rolice headquarters v. iih a score cf aliened pickpockets, and was subjected to the customary examination by ths detective ser geants. This crdec.l oyer, he was re turned to the iJent"f cation bureau, where he was measured in accordance with the Bertillion systsm, and later his phctograrh was taken to be placed cn file at police hecdiuarters. Arrive.! at the district attorney's office the detectives and their prisoner were shown into t!io ofilce of Assist ant District Attorney Charles Lock wood. Sergeant Diefenthaler had the extradition document, which had been signed by the governor of New York and th3 governor of Illinois, and the assistant district attorney proceeded to waive the rights cf the state of New York to hold Stensland, and formally turn him over to Detective Sergeant Kinder of Chicago. Stensland made a voluntary state ment to PoHeo Inspector McLaughlin. Trembling with emotion and with tears falling down his cheeks the ex- bank president proceeded: "I made some investments and they did not mature as quickly as I thought they, would. They were not paying. The man under me, the cashier I mean, took advantage of the situation and he got more than I. All I got . was $500,000, but I don't know what the other man got. The money I went away with was a few thousand dollars that I made in a real estate specula tion last summer. I had always been in hope of paying the money back, but I suppose all is lost. I am suffering from asthma. I want to get back to Chicago just as quickly as possible. See how waat you have heard looks in print and get a aouar Tor doing it. Win the news "tip" prize. "Curme's Special: Is the sensation of the year In the er sale than any other shoe ever oid WHY? because it is a strictly $3.50 shoke BEST shoe made for the money, and more than fills, the guarantee. CURME'S SHOE STORE. 724 street. GENN ETT TA Wednesday Night, S5pt. 26 The new Rowland & Clifford Comedy-Dria production, THORNS AND with Edna Earlie Tendon as Vioit intensely human drama, playldsy a scenic mounting picturesque and Prices 75, 50, 35, 25, 15. Seats on sale at the Westcott Pharmacy The New Phillips O. G. MURRAY, WEEK OF SEPT. 24tn. A MISS RUBY COHAN. Overture. B STARNO &. CROUMER Hand and Head Balancfr- C LAURA JONES. The Nightingale Whistler. D LEO & SULKY. In. "Casey's. Troubles! .Novelty a I?reakway Boxing Act. E MISS RUBY COHAN. Illustrated Songs. Special matinee each Sat 10c, except to children under 5 years. NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE O. G. MURRAY, Lessee and Marger THURSDAY NIGHT. First appearance in fifteen years. Al. Reeves' "Bieauy Show" Six Marvelous Bijoux, fyrphy and Wakejld. Fay, Coley &. Fay. Florence Hughes, AlmedalFowler, May wers. The Great Alex- J anders. The world's grAtest jailbreajrs and handcuff manipulat- ors. Ed. Morris. P. S ont miss tmk one big laughing show. 20 J Beautiful women, 10 comedfans big jpudeville acts and Al. Reeves, t. Champion banjoist of the wlrld. m j Prices 25, 50 and 75 cents-i Seats on sale at Alford's drlig stqifc Crm MCTT TUEATDIT IU Ei 1NJ Kzm II IRA SWISHER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SB Harry B. Linton presents the Rollicking Farce Coafedy "A STRANGER INTOWN" With the noted Comedian FRANK pany of artists. A fine scenic production, fil and music. Absolutely a guaranteed attraction Prices, 75, 50, 35 and 25. Seats at eep Your Nerve It is nerve eneiy that runs the organs of your body. The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, 2nd from this battery " nerve force is sent4 out thritfcgh the system, of nerves. To Ireep the body healthy ' you mnst ; have plenty of nerve force; if -, you have not, the organs voric ; Imperfectly, the circulation is sluggish, digestion bad, appe tite poor, kidneys inadiveand aches, pains and " misery-: are the penalty. You can keep the system strong with Dr. Miles Nervine.' It assists in cenerating energy; it strengthens nerves and makes the "w svstcm s1 Dr. Miles from nerv mnla and mel months b I tried this und imma diate rrUef. ens the n strenpth awar the ploomy and thoughts and wsi Ftrenfrth kIvps the h and hope. " It superb nerve re- storer. JTJDGB JACOB STEKrWANX. iladison. Wisconsin. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure U sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If it fails he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind Exhibits Have Arrived. Many agricultural exhibits which are to be shown at the Court House Thursday, Friday and Saturday have arrived at the office ot County Super intendent Jordan. , Country produce and handiwork are to be shown. Livery Stable Sold. Centerville, Ind. Sept. 25, (Spl.) John C. King has sold his livery sta ble on Main street to C. B. George and T. E. Nickels. They took pos session on Tuesday morning. i Reunion at Chester. Chester, Ind., Sept0r5. (Spl.lTue third reunion of thefiller family was held in Gist's woodVSund3y. There were fifty presentyJ' The next reunion will be the secrvyif Sunday in August 1907, at Glen Myier. The Pallayoajm gives a dollar each week for rl best piece of news "tip ped off" tT it. trong and vigorous. m . . n v. J" Trostratiot. MJxs ur-4re: from sbzo lLrt soothes yyrk v ' - j r Richrnfnd shoe trade. It is having a larg taftho City. $2.50, Is GUARANTEED to be the E ATI Ira Swlshar Manager 4. ILOSSOMSi! Beaton, by Lem. B. Parker. An, J a superior cast and produced with I elaborate. - - - - - Vaudeville Jtieatre MANAGER. and Sfra p. m. F Harry fFlett & Collins Lithe Specialtjperfection, In their great and wonderful comedy . novelty stricv new to the world. K AND HERBERT TRIO. bmedy. Acrobats,. Singers, and Dancers. . THE PHILOSCOPE. Latest motion pictures. children 5 cents. All othejr matinees Souvenirs Wednesday t SEPTEMBER 27th f Jf f tTlhiin 1 HlMsias Manager. 4 BEAM ISt and a capable com- with laughter, comedy X A W Pharmacy