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. - -m BICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUXI, MONDAY, JANUAEY 18, 1904. ..
1 A CITIZEN'S STORY. i UNITED MINE WORKERS - - . - i r r i I and harness for every dav use may mean t difference in quality in some makes her they ar identical in strength and durabil ity. More style, o course, in fancy driv ing harness; but alt our harness is made from good stock ana every set maintains our reputation as to workmanship and finish. All sorts of horsv equipments at vtry moderate prices. The Wiggins Co. A FINE On Street Cor Line I n Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. A WEEK oSru Oil Burner. Heats atoves or furnaces ; burns rrnde "f ; o At F REE. W rile National !I tg. ation K. Work, . . A CITIZEN'S . stuj&x. i Told by a Richmond tuuzen ior me Benefit of Richmond People. The Greatest importance attached r the following is that iteoncerns a Richmond citizen. It would lose three mi.irters of its interest if it involved some resident of Kalamazoo, Mich., or Woonsocket, Ii. I. Like all the tes timony "which has appeared here, and ike all which will follow about the Old Quaker remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills it comes from residents, fellow citizens and neighbors. No other rem edy can show such a record of home cures. Read this case: Miss S. Hamilton, 22 north ninth street, says: "For two or three years I was troubled with my loins and a soreness directly over the right idney. The secretions were unnat ural and irregular. Headache and attacks of dizziness were of frequent nwnvrpncp. liavinr seen uoan s The Well-known Simonds Brand A Good Saw for J. F. HORNADAY. $2 The National Association of Beau- fv sppkers will never acknowledge that, finv beautv ills are incurable as long as" they have Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Sensible women, no cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Nations! Convention of Powerful Un ion Now i Session. Indianapolis, Jan. 18. The national convention of the United Mine Work ers of America convened in Tomlin son hall here today, and for the next three weeks the eyes of the industrial world will be centered on Indianapolis to know what the miners, and later the . TOMLINSOX HALL. Kidnev Pills highly recommended for , operators, who will come for the joint 1UU'"t' " J ! oaacir-k Infant tn rf in rpp-Jirrl to PlT- these troubles I got a box at A. G. Luken 's drug store and used them. They seemed especially adapted for my case and relieved me in a very short time." For sale by all druggists; price 50 cents per box. Money Loaned W5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Reai Estat agency, Main and seventh streets. Don't let the little ones suffer from eczema, or other torturing sk.iu ur eases. No need for it. Doan's Oint ment cures. Can't harm the most delicate skin. At any drug store, 50 cents. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought Blue Island, 111., Jan. 14, 1901. Messrs. Ely Bros.: I have used your Cream Balm in my family for ninp. vears and it has become my fam- ,1... 4Vvi- oniric: in the head. I use it freely on my children. It is a Godsend to children. Yours respectfully, J. Kimball. Afp;srs. Elv Bros.: I suffered srreatly with catarrh and tried differ ent remedies without effect. After using one bottle of your Cream Balm I found relief and I can not praise too highly such a remedy. Mis Cora Willard, Albany, N. Y. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con tinuallp" writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver bena, Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles asing 24 tumors. When all failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains. Only 25c at A. G. & Co.'s drug store. "Cure the cough and save the life." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syr up cures coughs and colds, down to the very verge of consumption. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought WTin w.ns vour Grandfather of 1CO0 'ears ago? We know how to trace' 'our foreparents back, perhaps far jeyond the origin of jour family larae. Please enclose a stamp for eply when you write, for we work dieap. Address Samuel B. Huddles on, Dublin, Ind. session, intend to do in regard to ar ranging the wage scale for the coming year. The fuel question is one in which every business man is interest ed. The price that must be paid the miners fixes to a certain extent the price of the coal to consumers. There fore the whole country is interested in having a peaceable settlement of difference between miners and em ployes to keep down the prices of the fuel. The convention this year promises to be one of unusual interest. From several quarters the word has come that the operators will insist on a re duction of 10 cents a ton. The miners on the other hand are almost certain to demand an increase in the scala The contest promises to be a warm one and the country in this case will have to bear the cost of the decision whichever way it may be. From Horror of Sud den Dentil. Terribly Bloated, Severe Pain. Dr. Miles Heart Cure Cured Completely. When yoar heart is right you are uncon scious that you have one; when anything goes mrmrt cr vnn V n r w it or rn rt i i vrr.l take heed. The heart warns by shortness of breath, pal- chest, left side, or between shoulder blades, faintingf, smothering: or sinking spells. The only reliable remedy that any one knows of is Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. It has always cured when nothing else would even help. Ke thf Tprnarlf Kt;itpmpnt of Mrs. Ingram: "Dr. Miles' Heart Cure saved mv life and Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine save 1 me from insanity. I was very skeptical when began using them, bwt my boy Legged me tc rri v tVipm a t-iir trial and I bourht three hot.lcs cf the Heart Cure and four cf the Nervine. Mv heart fluttered SO and I could hardly walk because from my knees to my fpft mv lf-rs were terriLlv bloated in the afternoon. I suffered from terrible burning in my throat The top of my head was sore, cnffprtarl Tinin in th small nf mv back. I lost my appetite and could not sleep. I suffered from nains in mv left shoulder, swelling under left arm, pain around my heart, short ness of breath and extreme nervous spells. My doctor gave rne up but Dr. Miles Heart r"m- an4 Ktm oful T ivrr Vi1I5 rurH me c.mpletely. My pains and aches and palpi tation are all gone and I am now enjoying Cood health. I cheerfully recommend Dr. (iWRrnJii and kanf that others mav experieace tie same beaefit that I have." Mrs. JN. A. lagraza, Stanton, fiiicn. All iniercists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Raajed.cs. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases.- Add res" Dr. Miles Mc&cal Co.. Elkhart. Iod. M St i&L it I L Si Sl - V A BRIEF ENGAGEMENT Followed March of Government Troops on Porto Plata. Cape Haytien, Jan. 18. The govern, meat troops which disembarked re cently at Sossua were Saturday order ed to march on Porto Plata A brisk attack, supported by the guns of a Dominican war vessel, began in the evening. Sunday operations were re sumed and the government troops en tered Porto Plata, causing the flight of Gen. Deschamps, who took refuge in the United States consulate. The British cruiser Pallas has land ed marines to protect the consulate. The United States cruiser Hartford has arrived. Mule Kicked Driver's Head Off. Washington, Ind., Jan. 18. Herbert, eon of E. W. Lawhorn, a colored farm er, was killed while driving a team. The wagon struck a stump, throwing him across the front of the wagon. His feet caugbt in a hole in the wagon which held him, and a mule kicked off the top of his head. Indiana Corn Growers. Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 18. The second convention of Indiana corn growers and stockmen will be held at Purdue university during the week beginning Jan. 25. A program of exceptional in terest and value has been prepared by the officers of the Corn Growers' asso ciation. O Bmts th Bignatir of , JJ X X ,. m - ,1hB Kind You Have Always Bougnt si It was almost a miracle. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the body. I am very frrateful." Miss Julia Fil bride, West Cornwell, Conn. Revolutionists Executed. Cape Haytien, Jan. 18 Five per sons connected with the conspiracy headed ty Gen. Monslalsir to start a revolt against Gen. Nord, were con demned to death by a military tribunal and were executed Sunday in the pres ence of a vast crowd. Several for eigners, who took part in the conspir acy, probably will be deported. Must Finish Their Time. Port Au Prince, Hayti, Jan. 18. The government has finally refused to set at liberty the officials of the Na tional bank, charged with participation in the issue of $200,000 in fraudulent securities early last year. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES Monarch over pain. Burns, cuts sprains, stings. Instant relief. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At any drug store. Bears the Signature of It isn't how much cold cream a woman puts on her face hut how much Rocky Mountain Tea she takes inside that brings out real beauty. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea com plexions stay. 35 cents tea or tab lets. A. G. Luken & Co. Night Was Her Terror. 'I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hard ly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block- I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 5S ponds." , It's absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, Lagrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at A. G. Luken 's drug store. One way Colonist Rates to the vVest and Northwest via The C, C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, c. For further information call od 3. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home Thone 44. Given Passengers for the South. Via Penns3'lvania Short lines. Trains run solid from Richmond to Cincin nati, where passengers will be met by cnnsylvania representatives and as sisted on trains of connecting lines. Baae may be checked through from starting point, and every facili ty will be extended for a convenient and comfortable trip if arranged for through C. W. Elmer, ticket agent of Pennsylvania lines. OASTORIA. Bears the ) Kind You Hav9 m "2 Signature cf Birds work for man from the first g-limmer of light, Rocky Mountain' Tea works for mankind both day and night, That's why it is famous the world o'er and o'er, It will not let you turn over and take another snore. A. G. Lu Icen & Co. Working Night and Day. Thp busiest and mightiest little thin"" that ever was made is JJr Kinjr's New Life Pills. These pills chanere weakness into strength, list lessness into energy, brain-fag into mental pewer. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 2oc per box. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. A case came to light that for per- ictonf nnrl n nmpreif 111 torture ha? perhaps never been equaled. Joe Gol- bick of Colusa, Calif., writes "For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing reliev ed me though I tried everything known. I came across Electric Bit ers and it's the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble. A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me." Just as croud for Liver and kidney troubles and general debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteeec1 by A. G. Lnkcn & Co., druggist. Something cf the Trend of Italian Emi gration. Rome, Jan. 18. The United States continues to be the chief objective point of Italian emigration, the num ber of emigrants going there in 1903 reaching a total of nearly 250,000. The government has entrusted Adol- fo Rossi inspector of emigration, with a mission to the United States for the rjurnose of studying with the United States immigration commission, to the best means of directing Italians to the agricultural states and of thus pre venting their consolidation in the large towns. Commissioner Rossi will also investigate the relations of the Italian emigrants to the trades unions. He will leave Rome at the end of Jan uary and remain several months in the United States. Boy Killed By Train. Lebanon, Ind., Jan. 18. Lee, the cpvpn-vear-old son of Otis Stanley, a nrominent resident of Hazelrigg, west of here, was struck by a Big Four pas senger trafn and instantly knied. "Jack-the-CIipper" at Work. Elkhart, Ind., Jan. 18. Fourteen year-old Anita Beasecker stepped out side church during a revival meeting and an unknown man clipped off about a foot of her heavy braid of hair. A Snider Balloon. Tremendous spiders can be seen in the forests of Java, the webs of these creatures being so stroug that it some time requires a knife to cut through them. A Texas spider weaves a balloon four feet long and two feet wide, which it fastens to a tree by a sinele thread, thea marches on board with its little ones, cuts the thread, and away goes the air ship to some distant place to make a new home. You can get the DAILY Pal ladium for 6 cents a week, and the WEEKLY Palladium tor S1.O0 a year. The Palladium contains a rec ord of city and neighborhood news as complete as any other paper and is known for its freedom from anything that is unreliable. If you see it in the Palladium, you may know it is correct. Bitter. "No." said Mr. Crabbe; "I certainly won't buy you that extravagant bonnet. Isn't there anything else you'd be satis fied to wear t" "Oh. yes!" replied his wife. "I saw a very plain and cheap one today that I'd be de'.ishted to wear." Indeed Well?" "Wei!," it's a widow's bonnet." Phila delohia Press. Men Are Noted Counterfeiters. Jeffersonville, Ind., Jan. 18. Capt Ed Clagg has learned the identity of the two men he arrested here a month ago after a lively fight in which the officer was compelled to shoot one of them. The men were circulating spu rious coin when captured. George Burns, the one shot by Captain Clagg, is said to be a Joseph Fox, a noted counterfeiter, bank robber and all around crook, and William Desmond it has been learned is John Sweeney, counterfeiter and burglar. When ar rested Sweeney was wanted in Illinois for violating a parole from the Joliet prison. Alleged Swindler Arrested. .Chicago, Jan. 18. George Hender son was arrested here Sunday on a charge of having attempted to defraud a well-known farmer of Galesburg, 111., out of $ 50,000 in a real estate transac tion more than two years ago. The police claim that Henderson and two companions have operated extensively through Michigan, Illinois and Indiana. Started in Newspaper Office. Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 18. In one of the most disastrous Arcs ever ex perienced in this city an entire block in the hoart of the city's bt:s;ress dis trict was Saturday night, within the space of an hour, reduced to ruins, en tailing a. loss norirlv $200,000. 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