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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
BIX. B UST BUSY MEN Should Weigh This Question and Pro fit by a Richmond Citizen's Experience. A lame or aching back is a handi cap. Learn what backache means. Drive the ache away and make Vork a pleasure. Learn-that the bachache is kidney ache. Learn to shake it off. Read how a Richmond citizen did it. : Mr. Robert Gray, 524 south sev enth street, says : ' My back hurt me nearly all the time and there was a constant dull pain through the loins just over the kidneys. The secretions Were irregular. I. could not rest wftll at night but kept turning over as of ten as a dozen times in bed. In the mornings I felt stiff and sore all over and there was also spells of dizziness I tried different medicines but I did not get any better, and seeing Doan's Kidney Pills recommended I got a box at A. G. Luken's drug store and started to use them. I soon noticed an improvement in my condition. My back was stronger and the secretions became normal and regular. Doan's Kidney Pills did me a lot of good and I highly recommend their use tp "any one who is troubled as I was." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H; Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. ' Harness for show and harness for ever) day use may mean a difference In quail tj In some makes here they are Identical It. strength and dnrabll lty. More style, of course, in fancy driv ing harness; bnt al! oar harness Is m&dt from good stock anc every set malntalni our reputation as tc workmanship and finish. All sorts of horet equipments at very moderate prices. t The Wiggins Co. 50 YEARS VV EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c, Anrone sending a sketch and description mnt quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest aeency for securing patents. Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation f any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 8 year : four months, f L Sold by all newsdealers. filUBH & Co.35tBroa!wa' Hew York Branch Office, 625 F St, Washington. D. C IN SOAK It's a bad thing to have your overcoat, watch, etc , in soak, but it is a good thing if you have your shirt soaked steamed and thoroughly cleaned by an tip-to-date Laundry. The Eldorado Steam Laundry .ives "every piece individual attention. No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana. Hotel Rates St. Loui3 World's Pair. For copy of "World's Fair official amphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex osition of 1904, address E. A.' Ford, jeneral Passenger Aprent Pennsylvania-Vandalia Lines, Pittsburg, Pa. f Mill Am fh&hh WEEK ,0olTru Oil Burner. V. Bl1 t"i LI lleflta :wes or furnaces; l-.ums -rui mCf 4J tj oii;a o'triiKii. WritBatiiff.alMts Js vaJ W - stioa L',Sew iurl, S. r. I uunu 10 American Minister In China Called Upon to Exercise His Authority. FIERCE RELIGIOUS WAR Bandits Under Guise of Being Cath olics Lievy Blackmail On Con verts of, Paot in gfu. lortures Brought to Mr. Conger's Attention and He Adopted Ef fective Measures. Pekin, Jan. 13. Missionaries of the American board of foreign missions complained strongly recently to United States Minister Conger that their con verts in the district of Paotingfu were being looted by bandits who claimed to be Catholios and that a reign of ter ror prevailed in the district. The Chi nese officiate feared to act and several Christians who refused to pay black mail were tortured. Their legs were broken and some died from their in juries. Minister Conger requested the Chinese government to suppress the bandits, but his demand was without apparent result. Secretary Williams after a week's personal investigation effected an arrangement with the offi cials of the district, who promised to protect the people if Minister Conger would cease to make complaint which injured them at the seat of govern ment. Secretary Williams is not sat isfied that the bandits are Catholics The Catholic bishop disclaims them. Unfavorable Advices Confirmed. London, Jan. 1C. Earon Hayashi, the Japanese minister at London has received confirmation of the unfavor- V & -I BARON HAV'ASUI, able press advices concerning the ne gotiations relating to the far East. A HURRY-UP JOB Will Be Made of the Chinese-American Treaty. Washington, Jan. 13. Sir Chentung Liang Cheng, the Chinese minister here, called upon Acting Secretary of State Loom is last evening and inform ed him that he had received a cable dispntch from Pekin stating that the emperor had fixed his seal to the Chi- 1 v JfT w .. SIR CHENTUNG LIANG CHENOi. nese-American treaty, and further, that he had acceded to the request of the American government through Minister Conger for the immediate ex change of ratifications. Therefore, without awaiting the arrival in Wash ington of the copy of the treaty from Pekin, the minister and Secretary will within a day or two sign a protocol equivalent to the exchange of ratifica tions and the president's proclamation being issued, the convention will go Into effect immediately. War May Be Avoided. St. Petersburg, Jan. 13. If Japan occupies Korea the belief prevails in some quarters that Russia would not risk a naval engagement, but would occupy northern Korea, Japan mean while possibly entrenching herself on the southern slope of Gcnsan (llo miles northeast of Seoul). While this is merely speculation in diplomatic circles, it Is given as one of the rea sons for believing that even in the event of the failure of the present ne gotiations, the desire of both sides to avoid the odium of an attack might lead to a ft -3.il delimitation of the boundaries oa the basis of territory occupied. 8 ' - Vil 'MlW - '-'1 A 11. vT'i j HEARING THE EVIDENCE Machen and Others on Trial for Al leged Postal Frauds. Washington, Jan. 13. The trial of August W. Machen, the Groff brothers and Dr. and Mrs. George E. Lorenz for complicity in the postal frauds, has begun in earnest. At the outset the government scored two points, when Justice Pritchard refused to make a rule requiring the district attorney to "select the specific count of the indict ment under which the defendants 7M A. W. MACHEIC. would be tried, and also when he per mitted certain postoffice inspectors to remain in court after the other wit nesses had been required to retire. Six witnesses were examined, all of them in the employ of the postoffice department. Except in the case of Witness Howley, chief clerk of the office of the first assistant postmaster general, the testimony was devoid of any feature. Mr. Howley, who had not concluded his testimony when court adjourned for the day, was ' rigidly cross-examined by Mr. Kumler of coun sel for the Lorenzs. He admited that frequently it happened that Machen's initials and signature were placed on letters, orders and requisitions by his subordinates, and that this practice had resulted in an order to all division chiefs prohibiting theirs delegating this authority to others. ST. LOUIS GETS IT Democratic National Convention to Be Held in Exposition City. Washington, Jan. 13. The Demo cratic national committee furnished a surprise, selecting St. Louis as the place for holding the national conven tion of 1904. The date fixed for the convention was Wednesday, July 6. at 11 o'clock. Previous to the meeting of the committee it seemed a foregone conclusion that Chicago would be se lected as the place of meeting, but pol itical exigencies entered into the sit uation, and a majority of the commit tee voted for St. Louis. For some hours previous to the meeting of the committee there was talk in the cor ridors and among Democratic leaders that the convention in Chicago might be subject to the influence of a strong movement and a strong newspaper in fluence In favor of some particular candidate. Mr. Knapp of . the St. Louis Republic hinted at this in his speech by saying that the convention if held at St. Louis would be welcomed by an absolutely fair press. Twenty nine votes were cast for the exposition city on the second ballot. The first ballot resulted: New York, 6; St. Louis, 23; Chicago, 27. The committee meeting covered con siderable discussion; of politics, and the claims of various candidates were advocated by their partisans, but noth ing like favoring - any candidate ap peared in the committee proceedings. St. Louis Coliseum. St. Loui3, Jan. 13. The coliseum has a comfortable seating capacity of 15,000 and Is particularly adapted for accommodating the coming conven tion. The arena with its seating ca pacity of between three and four thou sand persons will furnish ample room for the delegates and alternates. Its boxes and lower balconies will seat all distinguished visitors, and the balco nies will be reserved for spectators. Murdered Seven People. Helena, Mont., Jan. 13. James Llt tlepluine, who pleaded guilty to the charge of murdering seven members of the Indian tribe of Blackfoot, one of whom was his wife, was sentenced by Judge Knowles of the federal court to forty years in the penitentiary. TERSE TELEGRAMS Ratifications of the treaty between China and Japan have been exchanged. Tbe Otrmia for.ijca office hold to the opin ion that war io th far East U atill highly im probable. v Tba eoBvantlon of the National Railway Agenta' association will be held at St. Louis June tl to IK. The Japanese war department deni that Japan contemplate tbe purcha of tbe TorkUh cruiser Mejldleh. At tbe reasasembliuff .of the Freaeh parlia ment Etienae Briton wan formally elected president ef tbe chamber of deputie. The war department has onUred that here after ail details of staff officer for Philippine duty shall be for three years intad of two, as at present. Sixty students have been Imprisoned In Warsaw aud rumors are current that a peuercl strike of students In all the uni versities will take place In February. The Cleveland city council has passed a? ordinance making the rate of fare witbln the city limits on the Cleveland Electric Railway company's lines three cents. The Ci!'):in senate hns rntifiotl the so cnlled permanent treijty with he United State. There v.-as no delfe. and the vote was tfken simply by n slucr of h.nnds. Iter. orts from Tk!o and S?!xiriK!i;ii suv that the Dovraiter Kmpress of Chin and hei court have for the present abandoned tbe 1 f nVcbu? to Ilsianfu on tho advice of tfce foreign ministers. Ms, Baby Had Two to Sis EveryDay. Suf f ered Terribly Doctors Failed. Dr. Miles Nervine Cured Him. Weak, nervous, fretful, puny children re- ?uire a treatment such as only Dr. Miles' ervine affords. When neglected these ymptoms lead to epileptic fits or spasms. Every mother should strengthen herownand babies nerves with Dr. Miles' Nervine, a true specific in all nervous disorders. Read the following: "When my little boy was iS months old he had cramps in his ieet and hands. They would be drawn out of shape for two or three days. At first 'miment seemed to help but in about two weeks nothing did any c xd the doctor cave him. We called another doctor but his medicine did no good so we "hauled to another who called it spinal dis ease. By this time the child's body was drawn out of shape; his backbone was curved to one side and his hands and feet out c! shape, ILs sufferings were terrible, and he was having from two to six fits a day. I was taking Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine for nervous trouble and saw it was recommended for fits, so I thought I would see if it would help him. All three doctors had given him up. One-half bottle stopped the fits and hia limbs straightened, and another bottle cured him. lie is now a strong, healthy boy going to school. I have waited to see if the old trouble returned, before wriFing you, but it never has. I cannot praise Dr. 5iiles' Nerv ine enough, as I know it saved my boy's life." Mrs. Uriah Nelson, Lansing, Iowa. All dirurgists sell and guarantee first bot t'e Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH fiHYROYAL PILLS -v. Orla-laal and Only Cenuine. kAf d Always rename. l,mile, "K nrurri i in KE1 nl Crold metallic tnxet. aemieC with bin ribbon. Tmlte no ether. BeruM Iarroat Substitutions and lnitav tisna. But or your Druggiat. or aeni 4. ia tamp for Particular. Tewtimoniai.t and "Keller for L,adtem"n Uumr, by re turn Mail. I O.Olttt I estimontaia. Sold bi all Druuiat. C'blcbaater ChemtoaJ Co. Mastioa this paper. Madison (sauare. PliiLA.. PA. 'For months I had preat trouble with my utomach and used all kinds of medicines. My tongue has been actually as green as grass, my breath having a bad odor. Two weeks ago a friend recommended ' 1 ., .1 ...,- .1 T . : 1 1 ; i . . , lascarets and after using them I can willingly and therefore let you know that I shall recommend. neunuity sav buat tuev nave enureiv onrea me. i thera to any one suffering from snnh tronhles-'' Chaa. H. Ualpun, 109 Rivington St., New i'orlt.N.Y. Best For The Bowels Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. TaRte Good. Do Good, Never Siekeu, Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 25c, 50c. Never sold in bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 596 ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXES Kindly take, notice that Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is of great bene fit to those suffering1 from nasal ca tarrh who cannot inhale freely through the nose, but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form, but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the head of remedies for catarrh. It may be used in any nasal atomizer. The price, including a spraying tube, is 75 cents. Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York. SHERIFF '& SALE By virtue of a decree to me di rected from the clerk of the Wayne circuit court, I will expose at public sale at the court house door, in the City of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, on Saturday, Jan. SO, 1904, Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., the following property, towit: Situated in county of Wayne, state of Indiana, and described as follows: A part of lot No. four (4) in Oak land, as laid out by James M.-Poe and Squire L. Hittle, in the south half of section 5, township 13, range 1 west, beginning at a point on the west line of said lot No. four (4) one hundred feet south of northwest cor ner thereof; thence south on the west line of said lot thirty-three (33) feet and five inches to the southeast corner of a lot formerly owned by Mary C. Ross; thence east parallel with south H street 75 feet and 10 inches to west line of south eighth street ; thence north with the west line of south eighth street 33 feet and five inches; thence west parallel with south II street 75 feet and 10 inches to the place of beginning. To be sold as the property of Her lnan R. Grothaus, Henrietta M. E. 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