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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1D04.
TT70. Catarrh Invites Consumption It weakens the delicate lung tissues, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and dizzi ness, impairs the taste, smell and hearing-, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures ca tarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, bowels, and more delicate organs. Read the testimonials. No substitute for Hood's acts like IIood'8. Be sure to get Hood's. I was troubled with catarrh 20 years. Seeing statements, of cures by Hood's Sar saparilla resolved to try it. Four bottles entirely cared me." William Shebm.n, 1030 6th St., Milwaukee, Wis. Hood's Sarsaprrllla promises to cure and keeps the promise. The Death Penally. A little thing sometimes results in death. Thus a mere scratch, insig nificant cut ors puny boils have paid the death penalty. It is wise to Lave Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality, when Burns, Sores, Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c, at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. THE BLACK HILLS. The Richest Hundred Square Miles in the World. The Black Hills, in the southwest part of the state of South Dakota, produces one-third of the gold found in the United States, and is said to be the richest one hundred square miles in the world. A new booklet on the Black Hills has been issued by the North-Western line, with a fine detailed map of this wonderful region. Send four cents in stamps for copy of the booklet. W. B. mar26 Knisken, P. T. M., Chicago, 111. Low Fares to Washington, D. C, via Pennsplvania Lines. April 10th, 11th and 12th, excur sion tickets to Washington, P. C, ac count Knights of Columbus meeting, will be sola via Pennsplvania lanes. For particulars regarding fares, time of trains, et-?., consult near?st Ticket Agent of those lines. WE WILL FURNISH NEW YORK TRI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND WEEKLY PALLADIUM FOR $1.75. .THE TRI-WEEKLY TRIB UNE AND DAILY PALLADIUM $3.25. .THE TRIBUNE WILL BE A VALUABLE PAPER THIS YEAR. TRY THIS COMBINATION. Colonist Tickets to West and North west via Pennsylvania Lines. One way second class colonist tick ets to California, the North Pacific Coast, Montana and Idaho will be sold via Pennsylvania lines from March 1st to April 30th, inclusive. For particulars apply to nearest Ticket Agent of those lines. $50.00 to California and Return. Via The Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line, from Chicago, April 23 to May 1. Choice of routes low rates from all points. Two trains a day from Chicago through without going and returning. Correspondingly change. Daily and personally con ducted tourist car excursions. Write for itinerary and full particulars re garding special train leaving Chicago April 2G. A. II. Waggener, 22 fifth avenue, Chicago, 111. al One way Colonist Rates to the West and Northwest via The C, C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, fcc. For further information call on 2. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. End of Bitter Fight. "Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with a abcess on my right lung," writes J. F. Hughes, of DuPont, Ga., "and gave me up. Everybody thought my time had come. As a last resort I tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion. The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days. Now I've entirely regained i yhealth." It conquers all Coughs, Colds and Throat and Lung troubles. Qnaranteed by A. G. Lpken and Co.'s drug store. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free. Croup instantly relieved. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Perfectly safe Never fails. At any drug store. . O k. O O H. X -A. Bears the 9 &8 Kind You Hav8 Always Bought Signature cf FLAG HAULED DOWN Russians Order Old Glory to Stop Waving' at New Chwang. BUSINESS IS PARALYZED Martial Ijaw Practically Disorganiz es Commerce at Important Manchurian Port. Severe Laml Engagement at Chong Ju Is Reported by Gen. Kuropatkin. New Chwang, March 30. "The Rus sians have ordered the American flag on the correspondents' mess to be hauled dowft. The proclamation of martial law completely paralyzes the whole commerce of this port St. Petersburg, March 30. The em peror has received a dispatch from Gen. Kuropatkin giving a lengthy re port from Gen. Mishichenko which says that an important engagement took place near the town of Chang Ju, in which the Russians were de feated, retiring in perfect order. The Japanese suffered heavily, but the Russian losses are not stated. Cavalry and infantry on both sides were engaged. The Russians occupied a commanding position. The Japan ese fought gallantly, but owing to their heavy losses were unable to oc cupy the position abandoned by the Russians. Gen, Kuropatkin's report is as follows: "I have the honor respectfully to communicate to your majesty the re port of Gen. Mishtenke, dated March 28 at 10 p .m. which says: "For three consecutive days our small outposts attempted to draw the Japanese caval ry into action, but their patrols, after contact was established, retired be yong Chong Ju (about 50 miles north vest of Ping Yang). "Having learned that four squad rons of the enemy were posted five versts beyond Chong Ju, on March 27, six companies marched toward Kasan and on March 28 reached Chong Ju at 10:30 a. m. As soon as our scouts approached the town the enemy open ed fire from behind the wall. Two squadrons promptly dismounted and occupied the heights 600 yards distant. An engagement ensued. "In the town a company of infantry and a squadron of cavalry was lying in ambush. Our men were reinforced by three companies and attacked the Japanese with a cross-fire. Notwith standing this, and our commanding po sition, the Japanese gallantly held their ground and it was only after a fierce fight of half an hour's duration that the Japanese ceased fire and sought refuge in the houses. The Japanese hoisted the red cross flag at two points. "Soon afterwards three squadrons of the enemy were seen advancing along the Kasan road at full gallop to ward town, which two of the squadron succeeded in entering while the third fell back in disorder under repeated volleys from our troops. A number of men and horses were seen to fall. ','For an hour afterward our compa nies continued to fire on the Japanese In the town, preventing them from leaving the streets and houses. "An hour and a half after the be ginning of the engagement four com panies were seen on the Kasan road hastening to the attack. I gave the order to mount,, and the entire force, with a covering squadron, advanced In perfect order and formed in line behind the hiil. The wounded were placed in front and the retirement was carried out with the deliberation of a parade. "The Japanese squadron which was thrown Into disorder was evidently unable to occupy the hill which we had just evacuated, and their infantry arrived too late. "The detachment protecting out rear guard arrived quietly at. Kasan where we halted for two hours in order to give attention to our wounded. At 9 p. m. our force reached Noo San. "It Is supposed that the Japanese had heavy losses In men and horses. On our side, unfortunately, three offi cers were severely wounded Stepan off and Androcko in the chest, and Vaselevitch In the stomach. Schilni koff was less seriously wounded in the arm, but did not leave the field. Three cossacks were killed and, twelve were wounded including five seriously. "Gen. MishtcLenke bears witness to the excellent conduct and gallantry of the officers and cossacks, and especial ly praises the third company of the Argunsk regiment, commanded by Krasnostanoff." FORCES MARSHALLING An Estimate of the Two Opposing Land Armies. London, March 30. No Japanese re ports of the land operations in Korea have as yet reached here and there Is much speculation as to the size of the opposing armies regarding which there is no reliable information. A correspondent at Russian headquar ters in Mukden, telegraphs that ac cording to reports received there about 10,000 Japanese have crossed the river at Chin-Changau and 5.00C have advanced north from Chong-Ju A Shanghai correspondent asserti that practically the whole Japanese army in Korea coasiating of 100,000 men, is concentrated at Pale-Chen and Anju, only small detachments being left in southern Korea to maintain communication. A St. Petersburg c?e?i?l says that a Russian division of 25,000 men from southern Ussuri is advancing in two columns through Korea. The main column, coming along the east coast road, reached Puk-Chang, ISO miles from the Tumen river and the Hank ing column, consisting of cossacks and mounted artillery, coming aloiig the valley of the Tumen river towards Its source, has reached the coast of Lake Tadji. This column reports that the Japanese are advancing north from Gensan and that their advance guard is. encamped at Chong Ping. It is probable, however, that none of these reports can be accepted as authentic. Coming Out cf Hiding. Seoul, March 30. Many Korean of ficials who were formerly implicated in pro-Ru3sian movements and who remained in hiding during the recent stay here of Marquis Ito are reported now to be reappearing. They are con fident and have been assured that drastic reforms for the purging of Korean oillcial circles are not immi nent. THE SOLE SURVIVOR Members of lll-Fated Arctic Party Re duced to One. Manistique, Mich., March 30. With the death here of Frank E. Manson It is believed there is but one sur- BEAR ADMIRAL GEORGE W. MELVILLE. vivor of the ill-fated Arctic expedi tion commanded by De Long. This is Rear Admiral Geo. W. Melville. Man son's death was due to his experiences in the Arctic. Long crippled with rheumatism, since five years ago, when he was stricken with paralysis, he had been practically helpless. Aside from a medal of honor, congress some years ago granted him a pension of $30, which only a few weeks ago was increased to Ji2 a month. Little Wabash on Rampage. Carmi, 111., March SO. The Litle Wabash river is rising at the rate of an inch an hour and the gauge shows a foot less than the highest water ever known. The entire east side is under water. Hundreds of families are homeless and the loss will reach hundreds of thousands of dollars. The flood is expected to be the greatest ever experienced by Carmi people. TERSE TELEGRAMS Japanese authority will be supreme in Korea. Russian troops are concentrating in southern Manchuria. The British house of commons has adjourned until April 12. One hundred Cossacks and fifty Japanese were killed and wounded in battle near Anju. Connected with the South African Boer war exhibit at the World's Fair there are about 430 Boer veterans. A number of seizures of furs have been made throughout the country, which had been imug fled from Canada. Germany looks to the United States to take action because of order piacing New Chwang under martial law. Congress has agreed to an appropriation for the extension and completion of the capitol building in accordance with the origi&al plans of the late Thomas IT. Wa ter. The total cost f the work is limited to $2,500,000. 9 13 1 rr'y The Beard of Directorsoftbe Louisiana Purchase Souvenir Coin Ccnuany will set aside mi aj rr pilatJcn cf $f0,H0, which will be presented, Jn its entirety, to the person who sends us a correct esti mate of the FXAOT nuniher of raid ad missions to the Louisiana Purchase Ex position, which opens at Ht. Louis April aoth, and closes December 1st, U 04. Should no one succeed in estiiratlrg the exact nuniher, the mony will he presented to the cne who f-ends us the nearest correct estimate. This Golden opportunity to secure a magnificent for tune costs NOTHING. Our object in making this unprecedented cfTer is to advertise and picmote the sale of cur Kouenir Coins of Admission to the Address City My Estimate is 3 Cw FREE DISTRIBUTION OF UNYOW'S UV f Arouses Enthusiasm of Richmond People. Scores of Bottles Given Away from Leading Drug Stores Doctors, Judges, Lawyers and Min isters Among Those Now Test ing This Great Cure. EVERYBODY INTERESTED. Prcf. Munyon Claims His Remedy Will Not Only Cure All Forms of Indigestion and Nervousness but Will Add Years to the Average Life. , Stops All Nerve Waste By Making Good, Rich Blood, Which Feeds the Whole Nerv ous System. Munyon's Paw Paw is to the Human Body What Oil is to Machin eryIt Takes Away All ' Friction, Tension and Strain. As we t hronjred ,-xDeeted a larsre crowd j 1 he West cot t Pharmacy, I Quiley & Dunn's, opposite the court house, A. (J.Luken & Co's. retail de partment, and Leo II. Fine's, 830 Main street, yesterday to obtain Mun-! von's Paw Paw Remedy. Among the crowd were some of our best-known citizens half a dozen .lectors ob tained a bottle. One of them volun teered the remark that he had heard of the curative qualities of the reme dy and would give it a thorough trial. One of our leading lawyers took a dosa before he left the office and said ihaf 'Mm Avnectftd now to live as j long as Methuselah did." Most peo ple seem to have an abiding faith in this remedy, believing they are going to be cured. One old gentleman said that he be lieved in Munyon and in Munyon's Remedy, that Munyon's Rheumatism Cure had cared him of a chronic case of Rheumalism that afMicted hom for more than hlteen years. Another gentleman ?aid if this rem edy is as good as his Kidney Cure it should find its way into every home in Richmond, as Munyon's Kk.ney Cure had cured him of a bad case of Kidney ailment. The professor would probably have felt a little abashed could he have heard the warm praises that a well dressed lady showered upon his fami ly remedies, -which she said she kept continually in the house. The crowd was so great at times that the attendant was unable to hand out the bottles fast enough, and one or two bystanders were called in to aid hi';:. We hope rhat every person that sut fers with dyspepsia, catarrh, or has j? nv tiling the matter with his stomach, or any one who is nervous or eannot sleep, obtained a bottle before the free samples were all gone. We would say to those who were unable to call for this free sample, that this remedy is for sale in all the drug stores throughout the state. PRICE LARGE BOTTLE, $1. PAW PAW LAXATIVE PILLS, 25 cts. World's Fair. The?e. Fouvfnir Coins cf Admission are of artistic and appropri ate design, are irn aluable as rrt iuentos of this picatest cf 8ll Exrcsillcns, and are similar to the Colun Linn Half Pol ar, aside fit m thtir intiinsic value. We will accept tbdii in echanpe for regular tickets of admission to the World's Fair, end for this rnrpose will maintain a ticket cfllce at the main en trance to the Fair Grc unds. which will be open every day during the World's Fair period. Everybody vants me of these f-ouvenirs, but only a limited num 1 er w ill I e fTered for ale. Pi ice f cts. With every fecuvtnir Coin cf Aciroistitn purchased we allow cne estimat tol c made and filed, cf the total number cf WORLD'S FAIR, COUPON NO. 718 ffi PA Aw lis H TW ffll u Notice: Cut out this Coupon, write name, address and' estimate, in ink, mail with 50 cents t Louisiana Pur-i chase Souvenir Coin Co., St. Louis, Mo. ( Name ' .i .. State. OOK3EK3 Eq IE DEED dtal wi h t e oldest nvA most reliable company in the city, i ur monej is at your command. We lead others follow. Our rates are the same to every one. WeorigiDHte others imitate. Do you owe several small bills and war t to concentrate them a 1 in one place? It so, come to us. We will loan you the money to pay your bills. We will loan you on your household goods, pianos, letins, wa gons, or any other personal property of value, arid leave it in 5 our possestion. It is far better to owe ore firm than manv, especially if you deal with a company that will treat you right at aH times. One that is reliable, one that will live up to all promises. One that will make a contract that will suit you. Here are some of the terms of our weekly plan allowing you fifty wteks in which to pay off jour loan : 60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. J1.20 is a weekly payment on a $bO loan. $2.40 is a weekiy payment on a J100 loan. Other amounts in the same proportion. When you need money come to us. R CHMOND LOAN CO., Established 1805. Room 8, Colonial Building. D p. C. JVI. Hamilton IO N. 1EKT11 ST. I I 1 WEDNESDAY NIGH1 MARCH 30 Anderson vs.Richmond. U ZD L PEICE rino Crcwa asi Bridge Work. THZ COLONIAL. j Tr On hand at all times Best family Iarcl in tlic city. Phones 1084 & 359 Qohwegmans eSLi Market The JStatfthuu ester Watual-IiifeIns,Co wSfi J. O BARBER, General Agent, Boo,U,SSiSd?i25.Bldg Drs Peterson! osteopathic 35 S OUTH TENTH ST j PHYSICIAN -V Eald admissions to the Fair. No one as any advantage in this contest. YOU are just as likely to get the $50.(00 In gold as any one. It is all pure luck. Should ihere be more than one correctestimate, the liXMXO will be divided equally be tween the persons making the exact or nearest correct estimates. There may be no ties or dividing of this money; the enormous sum of $T).rco may be received by one perton. WHY NOT YOU? The Lucky Winner will be notified the in stant the iffieial announcement of the total number of paid admissions Is made by the Louisiana Purchase Expo sition Ctmpany. We will alto pay all of your expenses to 8t. Louis and will deliver the fc0,CC0 IN ONE GHEAT ST. LOUIS, MO. H Louisiana Purchase Souvenir SAINT LOUIS, U. S. A. Cut out this address and paste on the en velope you send us. ID HIOC3EV Home Phone 445 Dentist RIBS, SHOULDERS. PIGS FEET, BAG' OF GOLD as soon as you reach th city. The total paid admissions to Chicago World's Fair 21,480,141 Paris, France, Exposl'n, 16,795,167 Pan-American Exposit'n, 5,360,859 PONT DELAY t Write immediately and remember that all you have to do to entitle you to participate in this Intellectual and profitable contest is to enclose TO cents for a beautiful, rare and artistic Coin Co. taf "nziiT OJL0 I 1 1 5 s I i i I.