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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1904.
r" BEL i Mrs. Haskell, Worthy Vice- Templar, Independent Order Good Templars, of Silver Lake, Mass., tells of her cure by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. " DeabMks. Pinkham: Four years ago I was nearly dead with inflamma tion and ulceration. I endured daily Tin told agony, and life was a burden to me. I had used medicines and washes internally and externally until I made up my mind that there was no relief for me. Calling- at the home of a friend, I noticed a bottle of Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. My friend endorsed it highly, and I decided to give it a trial to Bee if it would help me. It took patience and perseverence for I was in bad con dition, and I used JLydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound for nearly five months before I was cured, but what a change, from despair to happiness, from misery to the delight ful exhilarating feeling health always brings. I would nt change back for a thousand dollars, and your Vegetable Compound is a grand medicine. "I wish every sick woman would try it and be convinced." Mrs. Ida. Haskkll., Silver Lake, Mass. Worthy Vice Templar, Independent Order of Good Templars. $5000 forfeit if original of above letter proving genuineness cannot be firv Treasury Department, Office of the Super vising Architect, Washington, I. C. March l-th,lSX4. .SEAL l PROPOSALS Mill he received at this office until 3 ocl ck p in., on the 20th day of April, iwil, and then opened, for the construction (including heating apparatus, electric wiring and con duits) of the U.S. Postoffice at Richmond, Indiana, in accordance with the drawings ami specifications, copies of which may be had at this office, or at the office or the Post master at Richmond, Indiana, at the dis cretion of the Supervising Architect. James Knox Taylor, Supervising Architect. DR. laFRANCO'S u CQfslPOUND. Safe, speedy regulator: 25 c-pnts. Prn?crlsf 9 or mail. 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The attorney appointed by the court to defend Duggins will offer the plea of insanity, and will de pend largely upon the testimony of relatives from Seymour, where Dug gins once lfved. Duggins boarded with the Ramsey family and killed Mrs. Ramsey and the children by cut ting their throats. He has had his hair cut, wears new clothing, and does not look like the wild man who was arrested after the murder. ; Following the Duggins trial, the court will take up the cases' of eigh teen rioters who made a bluff at lynching Duggins after he had been arrested. HUNTING FOR A FUGITIVE Sheriff Pursuing John Brown for the Sheeting of Mrs. Bennett. English, Ind., March 22. The mys tery surroaiul.ng the shooting of Mrs. Ollie Bennett has been solved. Char les Lewis, boarding with John Brown, has made a statement, in effect that he heard John Brown say that he was going to burn Ollie Bennett's house, and also kill her. He asserts that he was standing near Brown when Brown fired the shot that struck Mrs. Ben nett. The sheriff and deputies have failed to find Brown and it 13 known that he has left the state, crossing the Ohio river near Leavenworth into Kentucky. Mrs. Bennett may recover, although her condition is still criti cal. Indiana Loses Her Suit. Indianapolis, March 22. Word comes from "Washington that the American Express company has won in its suit to resist the assessment of its property in Indiana as made by the state beard of tax commissioners. The United States supreme court re versed the decision of the United States district court, which was that the state board had legally assessed the property of the company. The case is remanded to the federal court. The constiutionality of the Indiana tax law was upheld by the supreme court several years ago. The ques tion raised in the present case was whether the practical administration of these laws by the taxing authorities deprived the express company of the rights secured to it by the constitu tion. n For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Thirty Years ii THC CENTAUR OMHNT. NCW YOM CITY. AM f In rJr Use U' For Over 111 FOR A FINISH FlGHT Taggart Throws Down Gauntlet to "Cheek and Checkbook." Indianapolis, March 22. It looks as If Tom Taggart and his crowd of stal warts have already accepted the chal lenge of Wm. Randolph Hearst's agents to do battle for the Indiana delegation to the St. Louis national convention. Hearst may have won out easily in other states but he will find the Hoosier buzz-saw an entirely diff erent proposition. Taggart and his crowd seem to be going right into the center of the field, for a number of men who have been non-committal are now openly declaring themselves for Parker, who is regarded as the Taggart candidate in this state. The issue that is liable to confront the Indiana delegation for the next few months is whether Hearst or Parker shall be nominated for president. A. T. Livengood of Covington, the Ninth district chairman, and J. Fred France of Huntington, Eleventh district chair man, are among the latest to declare for Parker. The significant feature about their statements was that they didn't make them until they came here and talked with" Taggart and Chairman O'Brien. Taggart has gone back to French Lick but his crowd Is hot on the political trail and confident now of geting a majority if not all of the delegates. Arrangements are now, being made for the Republican state convention April 26 and 27. Tomlinson hall will present a much different appearance from former conventions when the en tire floor was given to the surging crowd. The interior has been rebuilt after a fashion, a sort of lower balco ny having been constructed. Tha space to be alloted to the delegates is much smaller. The lower balcony will seat several hundred people but they will be ker-t from the delegate floor. On the platform there is now a magnificent pipe organ that curtails the seating capacity. The acoustic properties are much better than ever, however, which will be gratifying to the speech makers and the hall will also be easier to decorate. Chairman Goodrich announced today that tlje delegates to the convention of 185G, the first Republican state convention, will be guests of honor. There are probably not over a dozen in Indiana who attended the first convention, but an effort will be made to have them present. A prominent member of the Repub lican state committee made the pre diction today that Senator Charles W. Fairbanks will not be nominated for vice-president. "I have reason to know," said he, "that the talk of his candidacy is personally very distasts ful to the senator. He has never been anxious to be placed on the ticket. In fact, he does not want the nomination even now and will, only take it upon the urgent demand of his party at the Chicago convention. From what I have heard during the last few days I would not be sur prised if the senator should make it so plain within the next few weeks that he don't want the nomination that his name will not be presented to the convention." The impression seems to have been growing in a mysterious way during the last ten days that Sen ator Fairbanks would state his posi tion in such unmistakable terms that he would stop the vice-presidential talk regarding himself. John C. Chaney arrived here last night from Washington. He register ed from Sullivan, Ind., however, as he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for congress in the Second district. The convention will be held at Spencer, Thursday, and Judge Cha ney will be nominated without oppo sition. He made a splendid race two years ago and came nearer than any other man to defeating Representative MIers. In fact he and his friends claimed that he would have downed Miers but for an unexpected slump in the Republican vote in Lawrence county which was involved in a. bitter joint senatorial fight. Chaney has al ways wanted another trial and he is confident that he will be able to turn the tables even though the Second is a Democratic district. A Meeting of Monarchs. Rome, March 22. King Victor Em manuel has ordered the royal yacht to be sent to Naples on March 26 for his meeting with Emperor William of Germany, who will remain there four days. It is semi-officially assured that the meeting of the monarchs will have no political significance, al though the sovereigns wish to have a verbal exchange of views concerning pending international questions. Hart Didn't Appear. Philadelphia, March 22. The six round bout scheduled for last night at the Lenox Athletic club between Gus Ruhlin and Marvin Hart was de clared off, owing to the non-appearance of Hart. Caught by Trolley Car. Jeffersonville, Ind., March 22. Bernhardt Dietz, sixty-eight years old, stepped out of the way of an approach ing railway train only to be caught by an electric car and instantly killed. Big Attendance Looked for. San Francisco, March 22. The fight between Young Corbett and Jimmy Britt in this city r.ext Friday night promises to be largely attended. Texas Negro ynchsd. Houston, Tex., March 22. John Maynard, a negro, was hanged by a mob for murder and robbery. 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