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THE 'RICHMOND PAIXADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, APRII 8, 1910.
HISUBGEtlTS HAVE 0I1LY FEW TROOPS But General Madriz Is Plan ning to Fight the De cisive Battle. YANKEES IN BAD STRAIT WHILE THE OFFICER8 OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF NICARAGUA LOOK TO AMERICA TO INTERVENE. tfszz ss rjxnrz doubt disappears customary acts of propitiation when the vindictive and vengeful Madriz officials come down to "reorganize the No One In Richmond Who Has a Bad coast." No man ventures to say whether the end will come after a desperate "last stand battle" above Ramo or whether Bluefields will wake up some fine morning to find the Provisional government flown in the night. All Eyes on Washington. Their real -hope is that continued warfare will result in American inter vention. Their hope is not generally shared in by Americans in Bluefields. The entire Atlantic littoral, in which there are American-owned val ues totaling nearly $7,000,000 (this doesn't include capitalized conces sions) is worse off today, poorer, stripped of men of money, than be fore the revolution began. Back Can Ignore this Double Proof. Does your back ever ache? Have you suspected your kidneys? Backache is kidney ache. With it comes dizzy spells. Sleepless nights, tired, dull days. Distressing urinary disorders. Cure the kidneys to cure it all. - Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re lief. , Bring thorough, lasting cures. You have read Richmond proof. Read now the Richmond sequel. Renewed testimony; tested by time. Edgar S. Mote, mail carrier, 24 S. Twentieth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills brought Democrats Now Step Into the Limelight Republicans and Prohis Having Named Tickets and Adopted Platforms, It Is Up to the Tag gartites State Political Gossip. Bluefields. Nicaragua, April 8. 'Waiting for the end," characterizes the situation In Bluefields as most people see it, although prophecy or summary of a situation is difficult in Central America. All told the Prov isional government now has under ar mament about 1,000 men and six guns available for battle service. Luis Mena Is commander in chief. Kmiliano Chamorro, annihilated, his arras lost, Is in Bluefields. Matuty, hero of Recreo and the bloody fight at Jaltova, Is in jail suspected of treach ery. Moroa, who was minister of war keeps him company. Oorden, the American adventurer, who commanded the American sharp shooters In Mena's column, has gone back to the Btates to "enlist more men," and William Walters, the young ' New Jersey lad, who took 40 Ameri cans from the Panama Canal zone, leaves for New York on Monday "on a leave of absence." No Pay For 8oldlers. The 50 Americans encamped at Ra ma, like the other soldiers still under arms for the revolution, have received no pay in many days. Couriers from the interior report that Madriz- has forces commanding the headwaters of every river leading to the eastern littoral, and is massing an army of 3,000 men at Port San Ubaldo, near Acoyopa, for an advance on Bluefields. Meantime the American residents in th mih, r.rfnn th Amrfn such good results In my case several nm f vwtvA with crsa nnA -..-. years ago that I gave a public state-1 perations. In . the revolutionary re. meni. ecomm , by a party caQCa Indianapolis, April 8. It is now the turn of the democrats of Indiana to pull hair and scrap it out at their com ing state convention. The republi cans have held their convention and nominated a ticket and adopted a plat-, form. The prohibitionists have done the same. It is now up to the demo crats to do a little marching. Numerous candidates have been talked of for democratic nominations and there will probably be some sharp contests for the places, but the main fight is going to be over the question of whether the state convention shall uominate a man as the choice of the party for United States senator, or ; whether this shall be done in the old gion a bewildered distrust and suspi cion has replaced the enthusiasm, cor dial gratitude and friendship once felt. long time I had suffered from back-, ache and kidney trouble and the least cold I caught settled in my Kidneys, making my complaint worse. Hear- Bv observation in a trin overland MnB abo1 Kidney Pills, I pro- from within a day's march of Gran- cured a supply at A. G. Luken & C' Btate, and it threatens to cause a big of democratic members of the legisla ture during the session of the legis lature next winter. This controversy has already assumed serious propor tions among the democrats of the ada, taken since the battle of Tisma, DruS store and thelr use 80 complete- the writer knows that the farmers. ,y eurea me inai 1 nave naa DUt ",e ii that! trouble since.- I shall always hold region are still devoted to the revolu- Doan's Kidney Pills in high esteem. tinn- nm willing and intinni tn fltrht I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 in the revolutionary army when the States, armies come again to the interior. Remember the name Doan's and And it is the name of Chamorro take no other, which is magic with them. Try This; It Vill Cure Rheumatism At Local Theaters LECTURE ON GREECE split and a lot of hard feeling before it is disposed of. Taggart is in Control. As is well known, Thomas Taggart is in complete control of the demo- made a motion that it was the sense f candidate. This would call, for the of the convention that the candidate f election of a new set of delegates or for senator should be nominated by i the re-election of the delegates who at the state convention. He argued I tend the regular convention. Slack's against it on the ground that it was : suggestion has met with some favor by not the business of the state conven- f democrats who believe they see apath PAGE TUHE&. ing such a letter to Mr IIAnly." paid State Charman Lough. "Better find out what his politics la this year first," shouted a aeiegaw and then they all laughed again. GOLD COIN FLOUR will satisfy the most discriminating housewife. You must try it to appreciate its Quality. Ask your Grocer. Turtle Soup Saturday all day at Ed. Muey's, 20 S. 6th St. tlon to do anything of the kind. But when the vote was taken Jackson lost out and the motion carried by a vote of three to one. And this In his home township. Point to This Result. Followers of the governor are point ing to this result as evidence that the bulk of the Democrats are opposed to the nomination of Taggart for senator. The democrats are in a turmoil over another matter, and that is just what disposition shall be made of Governor Marshall at the state convention. It was proposed some time ago that he should be chosen for temorary chair man of the convention and that he should make the keynote speech. But then he came out with his original proposition in regard to the manner of choosing a candidate for senator, and at once there started a move to keep him out of the temporary chairman ship, but to make him permanent cratic state committee and the state! h , h he would h h . x . n Ml 1 11 M organization, nis ronowers im aii u- tQ do and mtle chance to talk But the Important positions on and withjCven l8 meetlng with opposition the committee, and whatever Taggart. now from the Taggart people. They says goes witn mem. ine commiixew At the Murray. Never have, the patrons of the Mur ray had the opportunity of seeing two Prof. Murray of Leland Stanford Jr. university, California, formerly pro fessor of Greek at Earlham College, will deliver a lecture in the chapel at has not announced any position on the question of how the candidate for United States senator shall be select- evidently do not want the governor to have anything to say or any opportu nity to spring his plan on the conven tion. Some have even gone so far as ed, but it is well known that Taggart to gay that ne sh0uld not even be iu- headliners in one week and the large Earlham on Saturday evening, April A New Discovery, Guaranteed In Ev ry Case to Cure or Money Refunded. . Results Produced In Firet Few Days. "D-M-F" is the name of the new discovery for the positive cure of rheumatism, gout, lumbago and neu ralgia. Before being offered to the public it was exhaustively tested in terrible and long-standing cases, re- attendance indicates that the big bill is fully appreciated. Watson's Farm yard Circus is a remarkable exempli fication of how much can be accom plished with tact, patience and kind' ness with the ordinary animals found about the country barn. Roosters have been taught to crow at the word of command, and a donkey and several dogs show remarkable intelligence. A cat rides about the stage on a dog's back, a little pig assumes the part of a baby, an animal act which is so dif ferent that every child, little or grown up will want to see this novel feature act. Parents can bring the children to this act and thus have an excuse for coming. The other headliner is the 9. The subject of the address will be s "Homer; the Greek Poet," and the speaker's remarks will be illustrated with stereopticon views. There will be no admission fee and it is expected that a large audience will hear the lecture. DIRECTORS ELECTED Directors for the year 1910 for the Cincinnati, Richmond and Fort Wayne railroad were named at the annual meeting of the company, held in this city yesterday, and were as follows: W. R. Shelby, Joseph Wood, J. J.' Turner, Edward B. Taylor, D. T. McCabe, J. H. T Wnwhnrt T. T. fTRrfen. John F. Mil- Cox Family Quintette in their original ler P W- smith, John H. Johnson and playlet: "The Italian Music Master." Gordon and Henry, those twisting dan cers, Eythe and Slg Franz, the hazard ous, whirling unicycling artists, and the motion pictures help to make up a well rounded bill. Special matinee Saturday. J. W. Hunter. Tenth Infantry Show. Like most Army Posts, the men at Fort Benjamin Harrison, have formed a Dramatic Society and their perform ances make one of the brightest tea tures of army life. It is therefore a rare treat that we have in store for us next Tuesday evening when the Tenth U. S. Infantry comes to the Gennett to give the first performance which they have ever given outside of their post. The Tenth has such a hearty remem brance of the royal welcome which was given it during the first Fall Fes tival, that now that they are returning with the slogan "On to Richmond," they are assured of as hearty a greet ing this time. aulting in such brilliant success that it is guaranteed to produce a cure in every case.. . "D-M-F" is different from any other treatment sold for rheumatism. One of its amazing features Is that the pa tient fells the progress of the cure in the first few days by certain well-de fined symptoms. When these "sig . nals" appear, the patient may be pos ' itlvely assured of a cure. Many cases of 25 years' standing have been cured by it in a few weeks. v . - C. H. Fargo, of Warsaw, N. Y says: "I had rheumatism about seven years. I started 'D-M-F,' and by George, in. side of six weeks, I was cured." C. T. Watklns, also of Warsaw, N. Y., says; "I suffered with terrible rheumatism fc for five years, all crippled up for days w at a time. I began taking 'D-M-F and .. felt an Improvement within two days, and two bottles cured me. My case was a bad one." Try it today. "D-MF" cures the most chronic and terrific cases of rheumatism, lumbago, gout and neu ' ralgia. It contains no opiates or dan gerous drugs whatever, and it easily assimilated by the weakest stomach or system. ; "D-M-F" is sold and recommended In Richmond by A. O. Luken & Co. . at. $1.00 a bottle. 6 bottles for 15.00. ir after using bottles of D-M-F, , bought at one purchase for $5.00, you . are not cured, your $5.00 will be . promptly refunded, according to our Certificate of Guarantee wrapped with every bottle. If your druggist cannot supply you, it will be sent, together with guarantee, and facta about "D-M F" which will astound you, on re ceipt of price by the D-M-F Medicine Co., 2715 Lincoln Ave., Suite 526, Chi cago, I1L "Servant in the House." One of the few plays now current on the American stage which makes an appeal to playgoers of every shade of opinion and to that large class of Americans whose visits to the play house are few and far between is "The Servant in the House," Charles Rann Kennedy's drama, which is to be pre sented at the Gennett theater on April 23rd. Fresh from its triumphs in New York, Chicago and Boston, where it has been hailed as one of the greatest plays of the present century, the com pany which Henry Miller is sending here to present this play includes among its members such players of na tional distinction as Howard Kyle, Wil lis Nauger and Lizzie Hudson Collier. Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin and Bright Eyes Are Easy to Get. All the beauty creams in creation won't improve your complexion it your stomach is out of order. Belching of gas and heartburn mean bad food in the stomach. Bad food means bad blood and bad blood means a bad complexion. Try Mi-o-na stomach tablets for stomach misery,, biliousness, dizziness and indigestion. They relieve in a few minutes; they make rich, red blood. They are guaranteed to cure or money back. Read what a Kansas woman says: "I want to praise Mi-o-na stomach tablets, for I had been doctoring for over a year for stomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as Mi-o-na does. I only have the second box and it has relieved all pain In my stomach. For all who suffer from stomach trouble or Indigestion Mi-o-na can't be beaten. You can use my name, for Mi-o-na nas done a world of good for me when doctors failed." Mrs. Cordelia B. Mann, 207 E. 11th St., Junction City, Kans. Nov. 1, 1909. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and by L H Fihe for 50 cents a large box. Test samples free from Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y. National 8tock Company. The amateurs will have a chance to night to show their friends what they can really do when they are on the stage, for the National Stock company which is appearing at the Gennett, has set aside tonight as amateur night. The company which has been ; highly spo ken of all week, will play A Romance of the West What Bothered Him. When Mr. Lamar as a member of Cleveland's cabinet went to Washing ton he wanted to find a suitable home. Among the numerous offers was one from Mrs. Dahlgren, who was anx ious to lease her beautiful residence for a long term. After expatiating oa Its numerous advantages the lady quoted the price for annual rental at $7,500 and said. "What do you think ox It. Mr. Lamar?" "Well," said he gravely, stroking his chin, I am only wondering how 1 can manage to spend the other $300 of my alary." - rui im u Ciues catarrh or money back. Just breathe it in. Complete outfit, including iabalerSl. Extra bottles euo. Druggists, is opposed to having a candidate nam ed at the state convention. The fact is that Taggart is an aspirant for sen ator. He has not said so himself, but everybody knows it just the same, and everybody knows, too, that with his absolute ownership of the state committee, if that body is called on to decide whether the convention shall select a candidate for senator, Taggart will tell it to decide against the pro position. Taggart could not be nom inated at the state convention, so many leading democrats believe. It was Governor Marshall who made the suggestion that the state conven tion make the selection of a man for the senate. The governor does not want the democratic party to send Taggart to the senate if it can be avoided. He has always held that the rank and file of the party should have the right to say who should represent them in congress and in the senate, and he has stated on numerous occa sions that he thinks the state con vention, should select the candidate for senator. In this way, he says, the people would come nearer to making the choice than in any other way. The governor believes, it is said, although he lias not made the public statement, that , if the selection is made in this way? Taggart ..will not have a chance to. win, .for the reason that the rank and file of the party throughout the state would not stand for Taggart. He Refuse to Answer. Taggart has been asked many times to state whether he will be a candi date or not, and each time he has re fused to make a definite answer to the question. He has not said that he will or that he will not be a can didate. He is taking the same atti tude that he held during the early part of the senatorial campaign last year. At that time there were sev eral candidates for the place, but the report got to going that Taggart would probably get in the race, and it made all the other candidates nerv ous. They feared the result if he should decide to try for the place. It was not until a few days before the party caucus was held that Taggart made -his announcement that he was not a candidate and it was not until after he had become satisfied that Shively would be chosen." Since, the governor made his sug gestion that" the candidate for senator be chosen by the state convention a great row has sprung up among the democrats over the state. Some of them are with the governor and some stand against him. Democratic news papers have taken up the discussion and they are divided, though most of them are said to favor the plan out lined by the governor. It has even gone so far as to become an issue in some of the county conventions that have been held lately. Even in Han cock county, in the home township of Stokes Jackson, chairman of the dem ocratic state committee, it was an is sue. Jackson, who is a Taggart fol lower, made a speech against the proposition when . some democrat vited to attend the convention, but it is not believed they will go that far. Would Be Big Rumpus. If the Taggartites should undertake to ignore the governor in this manner there would be the biggest rumpus in democratic circles that has ever hap pened in Indiana, for the governor has many friends who would stand by him through thick, and thin. The gover nor's latest declaration on the subject of chosing a candidate for senator is that it should be left to the conven tion Itself to say whether the plan shall be followed or not. His friends believe that so much sentiment in. fa vor of the plan has been worked up throughout the state that the conven tion would decide to adopt it, thus re lieving tne governor irom tne cnarge that he forced it upon them. But it is said that the state committee, which, as has been "said, is controlled by Tag gart, will probably undertake to make rules for' the convention which will prevent the question from coming be fore it. This also, if carried out, will make a rumps. L. Ert Slack, of Franklin, who was an anti-Taggart candidate for Senator last year, and who will probably be in the race again next year, has made a suggestion that might get the party out of the tangle it is in on this sub ject. He suggests that two state con ventions be held. The first one would be the regular convention at which the state ticket would be nominated and the platform adopted. Then, he says, another convention could be held at a later date, probably in July, at which the only business to be transacted would be the selection of a senatorial way by which the party can get out of its dilemma, but nothing has been done yet toward carrying the plan in to effect. . . May Take Judge Roby. A new story has been sprung here in connection with Judge Frank S. Roby, of the appellate court, who was defeat ed at the republican state convention the other day in his race for nomina tion for judge of the supreme court. The story is that some of the demo cratic leaders are thinking seriously of j nominating Roby on their ticket for Judge of the supreme court. Just what Roby thinks of this idea is not known, but the story has gained some headway. The prohibitionists met in this city this week and nominated a state tick et, with the exception of judges of the supreme and appellate courts, which was left to the state committee. And at their convention a ludicrous motion was made. A delegate named Irwin, from Vigo county, said: "Two years ago Governor Hanly sent us personal letters telling us why we should vote the republican ticket. I move that our state chairman now send Mr. Hanly a letter telling him why he should vote the Prohibition ticket this year." The delegates whooped and yelled and then carried the motion with a hurrah. "I shall take great pleasure in send- If this concern too. td eanfnllTt Dr. aldwaU'B Svrno Pensin la ooaltfvafcr mn : tMd to cure iadgatioa. constipation, sick ha acne, offensive areata, malaria ana nil irt&uaar trom stomach troobia. ROSARIES, ROSARIES for Easter Gifts. We have the larg est line in the city. Great va riety of Beads in beautiful ef fects. Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $5.00, etc JENKINS & CO., Jewelers 726 MAIN. -BURGLARY- The summer outing season will soon be here, when you will leave your silverware, furs, rugs, paint ings and bric-a-brac to the burg larsUpon your return, : If you find some valuables gone, others destroyed, locks broken, and your pretty home turned into a place of desolation, a draft covering the loss and damage will look mighty good to you. Let DOUGAN V CO. protect you. 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