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R1CHM0ND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1904 SPECIAL OFFER - - $100 Scholar ship for $50 Includes complete Pour fes in Telegraphy, Tia n Despatching, Railway Accounting, Locomotive Kogiueeriiig and Firing, Baggageman and Brake mau. Diplomas recog nized by railroad com panies It bxoughout the UnitedStates. Graduates holding the highest po- ionsin the ra w y vice. Positions furnished. Resident or Mail cour ses. Enclose stamp for particulars. Address Dept. G.' JOHNSON'S PRACTICAL RAILWAY. & TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE Indianapolis, indlcna CATARRH THIS REMjEDY IS SURE TO GIVE SATISFACTION ELYS "Cream Balm n;,-fc-R f1ief atOnce .Cn.C0LDl :-i ' A..r' J . 1 DAAl0a -fcviyoAV.,-- and heals tne aiseaseu ' V-..S ... l.-unr. ll CUeg Vaw - - min.-i li cues HAY FEVER Catarrh an drives wav a cola in wie Hfd quickly. It is absorbed. Heals and Pro tects the MembrnDe Restore the Senses of Taste mid mdl. T.flrtre s?ze ;( c at druggists or man. Trial size by mail lc. ELY BROTHERS. 5ti Warren Street, New York. U'O Dig 1J for unnatural (li(-hari;-3,i2fiiiijniations. rru-ttions or ukw&'iom of 111 1 o o u 8 membranes Pairi!er.n, im.l not aetriu tllL&j Ouarantr.4 J Kv- not to utrictnr. 3 Prnls rotjirwn. fcT" fjH e Eva n s Ch r m Tii. Co. pent or poisonous. prer foi .T5. on regues is interested and eliouM l.rov about tlie wo:idf rf;T MARVEL Whirling bpr The new Vasinal STrioir. Injec tion and iiwtvin. J .est sai est Most, :ivft:ienl It liransea Im.IuuI.j . Afk Tmr draught fop It. 1 f h -annot snpply the 21 . It V t'.Li. accept no citliiT. but send stamp for illustrated book waiwl. Itgives full lijtrticulars and directions in- Talualile to ladies. M A RVKL CO., Tiutea ssiag.t Aew lorlc CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Vrlurinal snd Only beDilie. 6, VVVi ' CMICHKSTJEK'S ENGLISH io IJhJO an't Cold metallic Iwift. -ai; 774 Pancroiiii Knill;urion and IiuUn f " (j tiT3i. Mny of jour frugei;.t. or sn.i 4c. 'a 1 W j jttn.pj fnr I'nrli-nlitrii, Testimonial: "5 tl and "ftellr Tor l.ntl'ea." in Jetfar. by re i, tart: Viitl. I . testimonials Swill.) - !! r)ru;;ii. hlt-hfater Chemlfal Oil. ttasUaa tbu tter. ala Jlaua buuavre. 1'iliLiA.. FA, Notice ol Appointment oi Administrator. Ktnte of Indlnna,Wayne County, ss: Notice is hereijy given that the under signed, Walter . Commons, has been ap pointed administrator of the estate of ;eorce Ruiiel. deceased, late of Centcrville, M'ayne county, Indiana. Said estate Is supposed to solvent. WALTER S. COMMONS, sw Administrator. Wilfred Jessup, Attorney. febikiot NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Milton, Washington township, Wayne county, and State of Indiana, that I, James K. Lowry, a male inhabitant of said town of Milton, Washington township. Wayne county, and State of Indiana, of good moral character, and being at this. time and hav ing been a continuous resident of said town of Milton, in Washington township, for more than ninety days immediately pre ceding the date of this application, will apply to the Board of County Commission ers of said county, at the next regular term, which begins on the first Monday in March, ltoi, for a license to sell intoxicating, spirit ous, vinous and malt liquors, in a less quan tity than a quart at a time, and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accordance with the provisions of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, approved March 17, IS";, as well as the act of said (ieneral Assembly, ap proved March 11, $". That I am and will be the actual owner and proprietor of said business and not act ing as the agent or partner of anyone else in the conduct thereof, and being over the age of twenty-one years. The precise location of the premises in which 1 desire to and will sell said intoxi cating liquors, should said license be grant ed me. is as follows, to-wit : In the one-storv brick building, situated on parts of lots Nos. 5 and , in block No. one (1), in ward No. one (1 ). in the town of Milton, Washington township, Wayne county, State of Indiana, and described as follows, to-wit : Beginning at the southwest corner of the pron-rtv funm-rlv owned by Hi'lla Hto baugh in said lot No. six (i; thence west with Main street of said town twenty (20) feet; thence north forty (40) feet; thence east twenty C1i) feet; thence south forty ( 10. feet, to the'place of beginning The room for which I fi.siie licon - to sel! wiid intoxicating liquors being tbeeiHiie room of the one-story brick imii iing above described, said room l'ii!g fourteen (Hi feet and nine ('.m inches wi.ie along said Main street in said town, and thirty-nine 3J) feet deep. JAMES K. EOWKY. febl sat Personally Conducted Excursions to California and Oregon. Daily and personally conducted ex cursions via the Chicago-Union Paci fic & North-Western line in Pullman tourist sleeping cars in charge of ex perienced conductors from Chicago to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Port land. Choice of routes. Only $7.00 for double berth. For particulars ap ply to your nearest ticket agent or write A. S. Hutchinson, Manager, 212 Clark Street, Chicago. 6-13-20-27 Pats an End to It. A grievous wail oftimes come as a esu't of unbo.arvtble pain from ove arrcu organs. Dizziness. Backache. Liver complaint and Cc nstiprti-m Bu!, thanks to Dr. Kind's New Li it Pills they put an end to it all. The the gentle but thorough. Try them On!." 2T. (Juaia jtt-rHi by A. G. Lu ke n & Co., druggists. CINCIKKATI.O.fcAgl Sold by S. A. ,:? o. sent in plain vrra V.-i1ii-?: " m 1 1 .00. or 3 bottles 42 -Vhu-S." V " Circular scut LONDON IS CALM Talk of European Intrigues Against England Is Not. Seriously Noticed. ANTI-BRITISH FEELING- Jii llussia There Is a Kapidly Grow ing Sentiment Against Japan's Powerful Political Friend. Preparation for Any and All Even. tualities Going on in fJJ3 .. England. Che Foo, Feb. 20. An American squadron is expected here and it is reported that the Americans intend to land a score of marines. There are rumors of possible trcrubla with Germany, who claims exclusive rights in Shan Tung. Only three Russian ships at Port Arthur remain intact. St. Petersburg, Feb. 20. The Rus sian squadron at Jibutil, French Som aliland, on the gulf of Aden, has been ordered to return to Cronstadt. London, Feb. 20. No, great import ance is attached to the stories pub lished in Paris and elsewhere on the continent of alleged intrigues looking to the coalition of Russia, France and Germany, the belief being that it is to the interest of all the powers to take steps that the struggle be lo calized. At the same time it is rec ognized that in all three of these coun tries there is a very strong feeling against Great Britain, on account of her alliance with Japan, and, as Ger many and France joined with Russia In 1895, against Japan, it would bo natural for Russia to seek similar as sistance in her present difficulties. The argument is therefore made that It behooves Great Britain to be pre pared for any and all eventualities. Russian dispatches to the London press record the rapid growth of anti British feeling. According to a Kieff correspondent many English boys have been withdrawn from Russian schools owing to the annoyances and insults to which they were subjected, and there is evidence in the restaurants and other public resorts that the posi tion of the British residents in Kieff would be very dangerous should Great Britain become involved in the Russo Japan issue. A Tien Tsin correspondent supplies a new version of the loss of the Rus sian cruiser Boyarin, obtained from an officer who survived the blowing up of the Russian torpedo transport Yen isei. This officer says the day follow ing the Yenisei's catastrophe, Feb. 12, a violent storm brought many mines to the surface of the water at Port Arthur. The Boyarin was sent to as sist in securing them, but she got caught in the storm, and was driven on the rocks and totally destroyed. If this account is correct it explains the Russian official denials that the Boyarin was torpedoed by the Japan ese or that she was blown up as a result of accidental contact with a Russian mine at Port Arthur. REBUFF TO AMERICA Russia Refuses Exequator to Our Con sul at Dalny. Washington, Feb. 20. Secretary Hay has been informed that an exe quatur will not be granted to Edwin V. Morgan by the Russian govern ment, authorizing him to act as United States consul at Dalny. Mr. Morgan EDWIN V. MORGAN. Is now on his way from Washington to his post. He will sail from San Francisco and touch Yokohama, at which point the state department will be able to advise .im a month hence what course to pursue. This decision on the part of the Russian government was not altogeth er unexpected, but it is nevertheless the subject of grave consideration by the state department officials. Scouts Can't Find Jobs. Pt. Petersburg. eFb. 20. Major-Gen-rral Pflng. -hief of starf to Viceroy Akxicff, has sent him the followizi'r telogram from Port Arthur: "Our scouts report that no Japanese have been seen either at Tsen Chu or Ping Yang, Korea. The population is in different towards us. The ice on th Yalu river Is beginning to go out. None of the enemy's ships has been seen lately. There have been no fresh attempts to destroy the railroad." Japan's Interesting Trophy." Tokio, Feb. 20. Capt. Kurakami, commander of the Japanese armored ship Chijoda, has presented the em peror with the shot-torn flags of the Russian cruisers Variag and Korietz which were sunk at Chemulpo on Feb. 9. The emperor was raucu affected. He congratulated the commander and made him the bearer of an affectionate message to the officers and men of the fleet. ALEXIEFF DISCREDITED Russia's Far Eastern Viceroy Losing Much of His Power. St. Petersburg, Feb. 20. War minis ter Kuropatkin who is going to the far East, will be appointed commander-in-chief of the army operations there and vico-Admiral Makaroff, who is VICEROY ALEXIEFF. now on iis way east on a train which is expected to reach Port Arthur in ten days, breaking all previous rec ords, is to be commander-in-chief of the navy. ' Although Viceroy Alexieff has been criticized in some quarters, there Is no intimation that he will not retain CESERAIi A. N. KTJBOPATKTJT. the viceroyalty in the far East. It is possible, however, that the active di rection of field movements may pass out of his hands. DYNAMITE LET GO Appalling Explosion on Southern Pa cific Kills More Than a Score. Ogden, Utah, Feb. 20. Two cars of dynamite attached to a work train on the Ogden-Lucin cut-off of the South ern Pacific railroad, exploded with ter rific force late yesterday afternoon, at Jackson station, killing twenty-three persons injuring as many more and destroying a large amount of property. A large proportion of the victims were Greek laborers. Among the known dead are Conductor George Dermondy, of Ogden, and his train crew. It is also reported a fireman named Burt, with his wife and three children were killed. The explosion wrecked every thing within a radius of half a mile. He Vouldn't Stand Refusal. Ripon, Wis., Feb. 20. Will Laning, twenty-four years, shot and instantly killed Miss Emma Bnegler, aged twenty-three and then kibed himself. It is said that Laning asked the girl to marry him and that she had written a letter refusing him. Big Blaze In Brooklyn. New York, Feb. 20. The main build ing of the large paint manufacturing plant of the F. W. Devoe and C. T. Reynolds company, on Johns street, Brooklyn, was destroyed by fire last night. Loss $500,000. TERSE TELEGRAMS Carnival week at St. Petersburg is marked by gloom. The Japanese are interrnptin; Radian mar conlnramn. , The Portland (Ore.) woolen mills were de stroyed by fire. Ioas. 16i),000; insurance, $100, 00. Failure this week numbered SS7 i " -- ....... , . v J I 1 II UQ United States, against 247 in the like week last year. A union of the Presbyterian church and the Cumberland Presbyterian church has been ef fected. War Minister Kuropatkin has been appoint ed to the chief command of the Russian troops In Manchuria. the Rusi has announced that E. V. Morgan re- . ,.. . 1,H T?n itaA a ..... . , . Ceuliy a'iiri iJ iJibio uuaUi lo Ual- ny, will not be allowed to assnme his duties. Japan has agreed to fight only in territory ecupied by the Russians, and will not injure the sacred buildings at Mnkrien and Hsingking. Prominent Republican organizations hare al ready taken up the proposition of eroding a memorial to the late Senator IIann in Cleve land. It is reported that two regimen's of Russian Ttltnnera And on r,MVJa i t. f i-iil,,. . , j..v, ..... ... . . ' "it n(n w i e ' . I B.0OO in ail, were drowned while ci-osmi J,;ti.i Harbin dispatches say the Russian forces in Manchuria will number 400.000 within th next two weeks. Harbiu a to t th ta.e of eoara iwuHini(CJfii' Uneeda DiSCUit forms the bais of an ideal lunch. Ideal because they X do good as well as taste good muscle build- if ing as well as palate pleasing. flf are good anywhere and everywhere. Good for the child's w lunch as the working man's; equally good as the basis of A a luncheon or a substantial meal. 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