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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1904.
TWO. WiU bf- roi!--l to 1m natural duties av.il your hmousiuss, hesuiache and constipation be ruivJ if you lake Sold bj all druggists ?5 cents. ( WHEll III CHICAGO Stop at ihm MEM Baths & Hotel Combined 3 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-Ia-Cart at an nours. . J BATHS OF ALL KINDS. Turkish. Russian, Shower. Plunce. etc Th finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lodsin?. $1.00. Most inexpensive first class hotel ia Chicago. Right iu tht heart of the city. Booklet oa application. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Qtiincy St. CHIC A GO Near State SETTLED AT LAST POLITICAL GOSSiP Kentlaiul Will Get a New Court House Without Controversy. FIRST STEPS ARE TAKEN Commissioners of Newton County Proceed Without Fear of Ancient Iiivalries Interfering. WEATHER STRIP For Doors and Windows Keeps out the Co'd ?aves Fuel K sy to Put On Cost a Trille HORN ADAY'S HARDWARE STORE Phone H)D 816 Main Street REDUCED RATES TO ... SOUTHERN POINTS On account MARDI GRAS ROUND TRIP RATE Richmond to New Oiltain .... f 2-i 25 Mohile Pfciisaco1a . . '2 i 83 . 22.85 Selling date, Feb. Uth to 15tb. Return limit, March 5th. For further information call on C. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home Telephone 1 1 CATARRH THE CLEAXSINO AND HEALING CUKE FOK CATARRH 13 ELY'S Cream Balm Easy and pleasant to use. Contains no in jurious drugs. It is quickly absorb- once. It opens and 01 D H F A D cleanses the Nasal Pas- '-WUU l II -r M ages, allays Inflammation, Heals and' Protecd he Membrane, bestores the Sense of Taste an t Jimell. Large 6ize;Vr, at Druggists or by mails Trial size. 10c by mail. ELY BROS., 5C Warren St.. New York, r CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH pEHHVROYAL PILLS OrlcinBl and Only Oeanine. t( (Sv. (br CHICHKTEU'S K'tLISH W2!k I" Kf'.l tnd Ciold metallic Iwih. !. Jangrou. Kub.tllotlona and Jmita tlmn. Bu of jour Druggist, or wsd 4p. ti UmK for I'artlrular. Te.ttan.alai: and Relief for I.i11r," in Utttr, by re turn Mall. 10.000 Testimonial. Sold bt all Iirucrii. I'hli hMtrr hmilfal Co.. Item tan Una paper, lladlaoa bitaare. i'liiLA.. 1A, It r id inLcreiUt-.d snd shonH know UlxMlt tilt! WllTl'.H'lfl'.! MARVEL Whirling bprc The nVT Vnrinal Serine". h'j-r- sa ronr rfroscirl for It II h ivtrinotsiipf-lytjie 7 Uli:l.. aci-ei't no li-t. tmi send stamp for illustrated hook -ai-l. Itplvea full i.artu-uLirs ami flirecti.-ris in valuable to lalits. .M . 11 Kl. C O., TiuicM lildg.. Sew Vork. " i - y' ia 1 to t dayaX I ' Guaraoterd YJ fftaVjf nat to airicture. fc Pr.rrata Coatarloa. v77the Evans ChemicalCo. ci nci n nat), 0 t' """i MEN AND WOMEN. Cse Bi5 J for nnnatural di8charetfl,iDflaminatioDR, irritations or ulcerationr of rnuconi membranes. Painless, and not astrin gent or poixonons. Sold by Drna-slata. o. sent in plain wrapper by express, prepaid, foi 1 .00. or 3 bottles $ 2.7. Circular sent on reques- Passengers for Florida and the South via Pennsylvania Short Lines from Richmond may select any route from Cincinnati in purchasing tourist tickets Pennsylvania Short Lines trains from Richmond connect at that gateway with through trains for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, New Or leans and other Southern points. For particulars consult C. W. Elrnar, tick- Under Supreme Court's Kecent Rul ing Old Objections are Whol ly Futile. Kentland, Ind., Feb. 4. The com missioners of Newton county have taken the initiatory steps toward the construction of a new courthouse in this city, the supreme court having de cided that the special act under which three elections were held, looking to a change of county seat, was unconstitu tional. It is said that the taxpayers of the county are tired of the contro versy, and that the action of the com missioners will meet with no special opposition. COLDEST IN TEN YEARS Last January Fell Below the Average in Low Temperature. Indianapolis, Feb. 4. The metero logical report of the weather bureau for last month shows that the mean temperature for January was 22, which was lower than the mean temperature of any January since 1S93, when there was a mean of 18. The mean for the last thirty-three Jr.nuaries was 28. The highest temperature last month was 50, on the 20th ; the lowest was 7 below zero, on the 27th; the greatest daily average was 30 degrees, on the 19th, and the least daily range was 5 de grees, on the 21st. The total precipitation for the month was 3.87 inches greater than for any other January since 1S9S, when the total precipitation was 4.93 inches. The average precipitation for the last thirty-three Januaries was 2.8G inches. The number of clear days during last month was 11; partly cloudy, 7, and cloudy, 13. Evansville is Alarmed. Evansville, Ind., Feb. 4. The situa tion at the waterworks plant is daily growing worse, and it is feared the water supply will be shut off within a short time. It has been discovered that the intake pipes underneath the plant are broken and this caused a cave-in that caused the wall near the river to sink and crack, and if the building is saved from destruction it will be a surprise to many of the men who have been working on repairs at the plant. His Mind a Blank. Evansville, Ind., Feb. 4. George Folden's mind is a blank to everything since he was struck on the head in a fight at the Louisville & Nashville in cline a Treek ago last Saturday. He has been under treatment in a local hospital since the day he was injured, but he does not realize where he is. Folden, who was a fireman on the steamer J. M. Bowell prior to the fight, thinks that he is still working on the boat. Damaged by Electrolysis. Alexandria, Ind., Feb. 4. The recent fire demonstrated that the water-mains along the lines of the Union Traction company will have to be repaired as Boon as the weather permits, Hnder the supposition that electrolysis is respon sible for many of the leaks. A suit Is already pending In which the city seeks to recover from the company for damage to its water mains from this cause. Crushed While Clearing Wreck. Danville, Ind., Feb. 4. James Dun ning, a well known 'Frisco man, re ceived injuries causing death while clearing away derailed cars. He was a member of the wrecking crew and was caught between the corner of a car and a pair of trucks. Mr. Dunning had been with the wrecking crew for ten years. Old Fiddlers Will Meet. Logansport, Ind., Feb. 4. Prepara tions are making at Deer Creek, near here, for an old-fashioned fiddlers contest, to be held Feb. 11. All the old fiddlers trom surrounding counties have been invited and it is expected that more than 100 will be in attendance. Serious Charge Against Boy. Petersburg, Ind., Feb. 4. Charles Sumner, seventeen years old, son of Fillmore Sumner, a well-to-do farmer of Madison township, has been placed under bonds as one of the principals in the assault on Mrs. Lafayette Ded man some nights ago. Whltestown Is Interested. Whitestown, Ind., Feb. 4. TI i re cent discovery of oil floating on the surface in Whitestown has ci ned much speculation as to a probal l ! oil field near here. A move is on foot to Interest capitalists in developing the field. Miner Fatally Crushed. Sullivan, Ind., Feb. 4. Roscoe White, a coal miner at the Niggertown mines, three miles east of here, was fatally injured by a fall of slate. Chairman Goodrich Looked in on thd Situation at Washington. Indianapolis, February 4. Chairman Goodrich has returned trom Washing ton and, Secretary Simms has arrived to take charge of the committee rooms. Goodrich says he did not go to Washington to arrange for the state convention and that the tnatter was not discussed. He confirms the re ports that there is a lot of talk regard ing Senator Fairbanks for vice-president and it is his opinion that unless the senator makes it known forcibly that he won't accept that the nomina tion will be thrust upon him. Every one in .Washington, he says, is talking of Senator Fairbanks for vice-presi-dent and is enthusiastic for him. It is probable a meeting of the state com mittee will be called soon to fix a date for the convention. Has President Mitchell of the Mine Workers reached the critical period of his career as a great labor leader? The question very naturally arises be cause of the threatened break between the operators and the mine workers over a scale for 1904. The conference has adjourned subject to the call of the chairman. A sub-committee has been named to take up the question of a scale and it will meat here a week from next Monday. As it stands now the operators of Pennsylvania and Ohio are demanding a reduction in wages. They want the scale of 1902 reaffirmed. The miners are against a reduction, but are willing to take what they are now getting. The oper ators say reduction is being made in other industries and that it is abso lutely necessary to reduce the cost of mining. Some even go so far as to say they will close their mines rather than continue under the present scale. It is a question now whether or not President Mitchell has made a mistake in not advising his men to accept the operators' proposition. If the opea torn stand pat the interstate agree ment will be broken and without it the national organization of mine workers would not have much founda tion. So it will seem that the future of Mitchell's organization is hanging in a balance. - , , Harry S. New, national committee- man, who is a member of the sub-committee in charge of the arrangements for the Republican national conven tion in Chicago next June is preparing to care for the Indiana delegation which is expected to be larger than ever before. He has engaged thirty choice rooms at the Auditorium which is the largest assignment any state has there. It is not likely, however, these rooms will be sufficient to ac comodate the Hoosier delegation. The talk of Senator Fairbanks is causing many to arrange to go who otherwise would not attend. It seems to bo pretty generally understood now that Senators Fairbanks and Beveridge, Governor Purbin and Chairman Good rich will be selected as delegates-at-large to the convention. Major G. V. Menzies, of Mt. Vernon, was here today. He made the princi pal argument for the Democratic state committee before Judge Downey, at Lawrenceburg, in the second suit to test the constitutionality of the legis lative reapportionment act. Now that both Judge Downey and Judge Artman have declared the act unconstitutional there is not much question but that the supreme court will do likewise. Major Menzies said an appeal will be filed with the supreme court within fifteen days and that a final decision will probably be secured by March 1. Both parties are anxious to get a final decision as they want to know which apportionment is to be followed in the nomination of candidates. WOMAN ON TRIAL "Absent Treatment" Advocate Called to Show Cause. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 4. In the trial of Mrs. Helen WTilmans-Post, charged with devising a scheme to de fraud persons by a professed power of mental science and using the mails to further the scheme, evidence was brought out that Mrs. Wilmans-Post had promised to give her treatment to cure almost every imaginable sort of disease and to remedy troubles of all kinds. A letter from an Indiana woman showed Mrs. Wilmans-Post had offered to have the woman's son released from prison by using her mental treat ment in consideration of the payment of ?4. Probing the Outrage. Havana, Feb. 4. Capt. Hanna, mili tary attache at the American legation here, ha3 returned from Cienfugos and reports that three arrests have been made thus far in connection with the recent throwing of mud at the escuth eon over the door of the American consulate there. The citizens of Cien fugos appear universally to regret this occurrence, and the investigation is being pushed. Bryan in Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. William Jennings Bryan spoke last night by Invitation of the Kentucky legislature to a crowd that filled the Capital the ater, while many were turned away. Executive Seeking Refuge. Buenos Ayres, Feb. 4. It is rumored here that the president of Uruguay, Senor Ordonez, is about to take refuga on an Argentine cruiser. To Regulate Creeit. Elkhart, Ind., Feb. 4. The Elkhart Business Men's association is formu lating a plan to regulate credit busl- ftlade for the Hsn Who Wants the Rest Wr-' 4 rr 'teCv - ?$k: The flgeai Usfin lEsidless ilpirosi rttjnr Sn a" Mads of manure regardless of their condition, handles barnyard manure that has been tramped so hard that! OrrtwUUtJ is necessary to loosen with Ji It, fresh M ille m lure, containing wet ordry straw, corn sbilks, etc. Old straw stai'k iKjttonn, whrtlierrutted or not. Cow manure fresh from the fritter, slieep manure, lime, salt, ashes, and in fact all kind of manure and fertilisers and dors it qukker, bctterand more evenly than by hand. Spreads as much manure in one day as IS uien can by hand. Spreads the largest load in 2 to 4 minutes. Makes the same amount of manure fro three times as far and prodme better results. UAU CIIUfUtPC DiVC which forms a hopper and holds all hard chunk of manure in contact Kvery ma, nine has tun RUlI'DUIIUnnoLl. liA.. with, beater until thoroughly pulverized before discharging there, fore no bun. hind or CUM CCO aODftll is one continuous apron (Not a apron ) and therefore is always ready toload. uneven work. The LflilLCOO ArriUil no turning back into position with crank or UftAn lUfl CUII PITC reverse gears to cause breakage. Apron does not extend below sxle. The Combined IlUUU AMU LRU Ufll L k -ps manure away from beater while loading, prevents choking of beater when starting and acts as a hood and windshield ia sp.;adin?. Starts the manure in the ritfht direction, therefore spreads more evenly. It nna m eruduu t trig lever and cast be regulated to unread thirk or thin It to Xi load per ac re while in n-otion. It eutohe the poor soota ..1th u ipjlT HQ I ITT Ist- He-ausethe load is nearly equally balanced on front and rear wheels. 2nd. The team itoulile dnM, LIUll I UnCr I is as nearloadas it can work. Srd. Front and rear axles are same length and wheels track. 4th. Ueater shaft runs in a bull and socket bearing, therefore no friction, lteater is iS3 inches in diameter. Has a shipper that positively throws machine into and out of gearand holds it there. OTDCMGTIJ DIIQIDII ITsT ' "Our ma- f.eat turns over when loading. Machine turns i n its own length. OlntflOIII HI1U UunAOILIII. chine is made so strong that it is almost impossible to break it. livery piece is made extra strong regardless of cost. Kvery gear and sprocket wheel is keyed on. We use no pins or cheap crontrivance to come loose, pet ou of order, lireak and cause trouble. rlllQlUTCC Should any part break, wear out, or get out of a I IQPC P A TI I ft R!l C 10 bv 13 lches. with 8 laree UUfinaft I LL. order within one year, we replace free of charge. LARUE, tfl I fiLUUUL cuts showssprtader perfectly and describes it fully. 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