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THUESiDAY, HABCH 31, 1904.
221 JS an-Irritating
Cathartic
Easy to take, easy to operate
Hood's nils
OATAHBH
THIS
IS, SURE TO
GIVE
SATISFACTION
ELYS
Cream Balm
GivesRelief atOnce
It cleanses, soothes
J and heals the diseased
HAY FEVER
Catarrh an I drives
away a cold in the
Head quickly. It is abiorbed. Heals and Pro
tects te MerabmD Rjstors the Senses of Taste
and Smell. Large size 50c at druggists or mail.
Trial size by mail H)c. ELY BRu rilERS.
oti Warren Street, New York.
DR.
LaFRAHCO'S
I "mm
Bate, speedy regulator; 25 cents. Druggists or malL
Booklet free. DR. LaFRXNCO, Philadelphia, Pa.
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, HI.
Low Tares to Washington, D. C, via
Pennsplvania Lines.
April 10th, 11th and 12th, excur
sion ticket.-, to Washington, D. C, ac
count Knights of Columbus meeting,
will be sola via Pennsplvania Lines.
For particulars regarding fares, time
of trains, et-?., consult nearest 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 26. A. IL Waggener, 22 fifth
avenue, Chicago, HI. al
One way Colonist Rates to the
West and Northwest via The C, C.
L. Washington, Oregon, Montana,
fee. For further information call od
2. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44
Croup instantly relieved. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Perfectly safe
Never fails. At any drug store.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you're
looking for a guaranteed Salve for
Sores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of
Ponder, Mo., writes: "I suffered
with an ugly sore for a year, but a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me. It's the bqet salve on earth. 25c
at A. G. Luken & Co.'s dru store.
Broke Into His Honse.
S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was
robbed of his customary health by in
vasion of Chronic Constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested
and now he's entirely cured. They're
guaranteed to cure, 25c at A. G. Lu
ken & Co.'s drug store.
Who was your grandfather of 1C00
ears agof We know how to trace
,'our foreparents back, perhaps far
ieyond the origin of your family
lame. Please enclose a stamp for
eply when you write, for we work
iheap. Address Samuel B. Huddles-
ft
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AO
.on, Dublin, Lo4.
THEY APOLOGIZED
Russians at New Clnvang
Think Better of a
Hasty Act.
REHOISTED THE FLAG
Insult to Uncle Sam's Colors Brought
Military Authorities to a.
Realizing Sense.
Actual News of Operations at Thea
ter of War Again Very
Meager.
New Chwang, March 31. The Rus
sian police have apologized and have
rehoisted the United States flag over
the correspondents' mess.
London, March 81. The Japanese
authorities have refused correspond
ents the use of the field telegraph
lines and all dispatches must be sent
to Tokio by mail. It is further said
that there is no sign that any foreign
ers will be permitted to go to the
front, though the native newspaper
men will be Mlowr i to do so.
The Daily Telegraph, in an editorial
on the unprecedented severity of this
censorship, suggests . that Japan has
some new and important move to COn-
3SSACKS ON GUARD AI.OKO THE TKANS
SIBF.RTAN XtAIIiROAD.
eal, possibly the re-embarkation of a
portion of her forces already in Korea
for some other point in the theater
of war, and is anxious to guard against
the possibility of leakage through for
eign correspondents, who might sym
pathize with Russia.
A correspondent at Seoul reports
that the Russians are evacuating the
positions they occupy in Korea. Spe
cials from Shanghai repeat the rumor
that the mikado will shortly proceed
to Korea with the headquarters staff.
A Seoul correspondent describes Ko
rea, outside the districts occupied by
the Japanese, as being in a state of
anarchy and in readiness for rebellion.
The correspondent asserts that the
censorship prevents any reference to
local disturbances. There is no fur
ther news of any kind concerning the
progress of hostilities.
LITTLE CHANCE
Remains for Russians to Leave Port
Arthur Harbor.
Washington, March 31. Information
has been received here from Tokio,
under date of March 29, to this effect:
"The Japanese fleet has been success
ful in the attempt partially to close
the channel of Port Arthur. Four Jap
anese merchant vessels, escorted by
twelve destroyers and six first-class
torpedo boats, arrived at 3 a. m.,
March 27. The Japanese merchant
vessels successfully entered the chan
nel inside the lighthouse. Two were
destroyed, sunk by Russian destroy
ers, two of them by their own explo
sives. Loss in killed, two officers, two
men. Loss in wounded, one officer,
eight men. No casualties Japanese
torpedo vessel. Very small gap in
channel."
In view of the Information received
It is believed here it will be difficult
for the Russian ships to pass the
channel should the cablegram from
Tokio prove to be accurate.
South Dakota's Expression.
Sioux Falls, S. D., March 31. The
Democratic state convention did not
complete Its work until a late hour
last night. The report of the commit
tee on iasolutions which was unani
mously adopted reaffirms the princi
ples of democracy "as enunciated by
Jefferson, Jackson and Bryan," and
instructs the delegates to the St. Louis
convention to support Wm, Randolph
Hearst "first, last and all the time for
the presidential nomination."
Died While Singing a Song.
Duluth, MInn. March 31. John
Lauriey, a pioneer citizen of Hibben,
dropped dead last night of heart dis
ease. He had won considerable money
on the recent election, and had invit
ed a number of friends to help him
celebrate his good fortune. While
singing a song he reeled and fell, ex
piring instantly.
Self-Confessed Murderer.
Philadelphia, March 31. Wm. E
Church, the young marine and con
fessed murderer, who was arrested at
the League island navy yard several
days ago, has started on his Journey
In custody of officers to St. Louis to
stand trial for the murder of his psu
ents in Warrenton, Mo.
HEINZE IN CONTEMPT
Montana Ccurt Assesses a $20,000
Fine.
Butte, Mont., Mar. 31. F. Augustus
Heinze, the Montana copper magnate,
A. L. Frank, superintendent of the
Johnstown Mining company and J. H.
Treerise, superintendent of the Rarus
mine, Heinze properties, were found
guilty of contempt of court by Judge
Beatty in the United States court, in
V. AUGUSTUS HEIKZR.
the action brought by the Butte and
Boston mining company against the
defendants f for entering the Michael
Davitt lode claim and extracting there
from valuable ore.- Mr. Heinze was
fined $20,000 while Frank and Tree
rise were fined $1,000 each. Carlos
Warfleld, another defendant, was
acquitted. The litigation which result
ed in Heinze being fined is of four
years' standing and is over the Mich
ael Davitt claim, adjoining both the
Rarus mine, owned by Mr. Heinze and
the Pennsylvania, owned by the Amal
gamated Copper company.
A GRIM ARRAY
Largest Fleet of Uncle Sam's Gun
boats Ever Gathered in Peace.
Pensacola, Fla., March 31. With
the arrival here of the gunboats New
port and Castine from Colon, the larg
est fleet of United States warships
ever assembled in times of peace, is
gathered here. The combined fleet
engaged in target practice includes
seven battleships, five cruisers, seven
gunboats, three monitors, two torpe-
do boat destroyers, besides a number ;
of tenders, colliers and supply boats.
The fleet includes more than twenty
five vessels of various classes. The
battleship Alabama has established a
new world's record for rapidity and ac
curacy in firing all classes of her
guns. She came into port after a
week spent at the target range and
her officers report that her record is
much better than that of the Kear
sarge made last week. The percent
age is being worked out by the target
inspectors.
Flag Desecration Charged.
Denver, Colo., March 3i. Wm. D.
Haywood, secretary of the Western
Federation of Miners, was arrested
here on a charge of desecrating the
flag. The charge of flag desecration
is based on the issuance of a dodger
by the western federation of miners.
The back ground is a picture of a
United States flag and it is headed
"Is Colorado in America?" On the
stripes are short sentences comment
ing in sarcastic language on the policy
of the governor and the militia.
Series of Tragic Deaths.
Black Jack, Mo., March 31. The
fourth fatality in two neighboring fam
ilies resulting from the use of kero
sene occurred yesterday when Barney
Suter died from burns received while
trying to light a fire. The first deaths
resulted a week ago, when two small
chilren of Mr. and Mrs. Saxauer, were
enveloped in flames as they attempted
to light a fire with oil. The mother
of the two children drowned herself
In a pond a few days after her little
ones had met their dearth.
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Tfce iP.caid of T lrectorscf thel-CulMum
Purchase fccuveiiir Ccin Ctnijanv vill
set nalcle nn 8j jrc rulaticn cf J.r(,X0,
which will te i ieenied, in its entiretj,
to the p erscn vlio sends us n correct esti
mate of llief XACT nu niter of i aid Ad
missions to the I.ouisinna Purchase Ex
position, which opens at Ht. Louis April
80th, and closes Peceniher 1st, V.Q4.
Should no one succeed in estirratlng
the exact nt niter, the n:cny will te
presented to ihe ere who fends us the
nearest correct es-tln ate. This Golden
opportunity to ecme a mapnifeent for
tune costR KCU1IMJ. Our object in
making this unprecedented ofler is to
advertise nnd picniote the sale of cur
Souvenir Coins of Admission to the
Notice: Cut
Name
Address
City
My
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READ WHAT THEY SAY:
The Well Known and . Old Es
tablished. Wood ward's Bos
ton Pharmacy Say :
Professor J. M. Munyon:
Dear Bir Please ship us by fast freight
ten gross of your Paw Paw. We must
have this at once. The sale of this won
derful tonic in our store has been indeed
remarkable, and it speaks well for your
new remedy. With best wishes,
WOODWARDS,
100 and 102 Tremont street.
"Wm. TL Klttredge, of Rockland, Me,, "Writes
Under Date of Aug. 29th :
Rockland, Maine.
Professor J. M. Munyon :
Dear Sir Your Paw Paw is having a
phenomenal sale in ourstore greater than
any other remedy on the market. It af
fords me great pleasure to sell this article
owing to the beneficial results received by
my customers. Yours very truly,
WM. K K ITT HEDGE.
What a Hartford Druggist Says:
Hartfoed, Conx.
Professor J. M. Manyon :
Dear Sir Ship us immediately three
cross of Paw Paw by fast freight. We
are pleased to state that we find this new
remedy of yours one of the most satisfac
tory and best selling preparations that has
been introduced in Hartford. All report
that its effects are immediately beneficiaL
We wish you continued euccess.
GOODWIN'S DRUG STORE.
Dr. It. Dyche & Co., the Old Established and
Up-to-date Chicago Druggists, State:
Professor J. M. Munyon:
N. Cob. State axd Randolph Sts.
Dear Sir Please ship us five gross
of your Paw Paw Kennedy The World's
Tonic This is our third order within one
week, and the sales have been phenome
nal, and the public demand so favorable,
that you certainly have named Paw Paw
with a just title as "The World's Tonic."
We wish you continued success, as it is a
pleasure for us to sell a preparation that
meets with the approbation of the public
May success follow you.
Yours very sincerely,
D. K.DYCHE&CO.
Paw Paw furnishes good rich blood to
pale people; gives life and snap to the
overworked and run down ; makes old
folks young and weak folks feel 6trong, and
does away with both the necessity and de
sire for beer, wine and whiskey.
Alcoholic stimulants lift but let you fall.
Paw Paw lifts and holds you.
Get a bottle to-day of your druggist.
Large bottles f 1; Paw Paw Laxative Pills,
25 cents a bottle.
Use Big 3 for unnatural
flisoharBes, inflammations,
'rritationa or ulceration
of mucous membranes.
Painless, nnd not astrin
gent or poUouous.
Sold lay DragfirUt.
o. sent in plain wrapper.
y eiorem, prepaid, for
tl .00. or 3 bottles 2.75.
Circular xent on reques
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
'ErJHYROYAL PILLS
Mriarmal ana vniy uenuine.
8AFE. Always reliable I.adle. aak Drurcin
for CHICHlSSTElf.S ENGLISH
i in KEO n i Cioll metallic boxes, seaieii
I with blue ribbon. Tate no other. Refuse
1 Inwcroua Substitutions and 1 rait
tiou. Buy of your fruegit. or A'bi lc it
stamps for Partlfulnra, Testimonial-
ni "Kellef for l.a.ile,"n Utltr, by re
tarn Mall. J . 1 ""imooialv SoM h
all Irnjfi. Chit-heater Chemical C.i.
staatlon ibis paper MadlMs Snuare. I'll 1 LA.. A
Everv IVoman
... a . .I.
U lniereBiea ana biiouiu unovt
about the wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
The new Vaginal Syrlnfre. Injec
tion and auction, nest rar
est aiost Convenient.
II tle&aaea lataallj.
Ask your drnmrlst I
If he cannot supply the
MAKVKli, accept no
other, but send stamp for
illustrated book sealed. Iteives
full particulars and directions in
valuable to ladies. 91 A ItVEl CO.
Time IMdaT., New York.
World's Fair. These Souvenir Coins cf
Admission are of artist Jc and arpropr
ate design. Hie inv alvable as n eir.f nt
aJ A A. - X . tl -T- , A A
of this eieatefct of all
Fsi osltir ns.
onH Limf Ifip I Im li n
v cj i v ci ' iifii i r i lie j i- u ijuu ujj
Pol 8r. aside frcm tbtir intiirslc value.
tian Half
We will accept thtm in o change for
regular tickets of admission to the
World's Fair, and for this jurpose will
mnJntaln a ticket ftlce at the n ain en
trance to the Fair Grounds, vhicb will
be open every day during theAVorld's
Fair period. Everybody vtants cue of
these Souvenirs, but only a limited num
ber will te c flered for sale. Price fO cts.
With every cuvnlr Coin of Admission
purchased we allow one estimate tote
made and llled, cf the total number of
WORLD'S FAIR.
COUPON NO. 716
out this Coupon, write name, address and;
n
Jbr: Guaranteed 11
not to stricture.
IfSVITHE Evans Chemical Co.
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estimate, in lnK, man witn no cents to Louisiana Pur
chase Souvenir Coin Co., St. Louis, Wlo.
State.
J
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deal with the oldest and most reliable company in the city.
Our money is at your command.
We lead others follow.
Our rates are the same to every one.
We originate others imitate.
. Do you owe several small bills and watt to concentrate them
a 1 in one pUct? If so, come to us. We will loan you the money to
pay your bills. J
We will loan you on your household goods, pianos, learns, wa
gons, or any other personal property of value, and leave it in vour
possesion, it is far better to owe onefirm than many, especially if
you deal with a company that will treat you right at a'l times.
One that is reliable, one that will live up to all promises.
One that will make a contract that will suit you.
fift II"e.are some of the terms of our weekly plan, allowing you
fifty weeks m which to pay off jour loan : S
S?Ca!f a weeklv payment on a $25 loan.
I1-2 Is a weekly payment on a $50 loan.
J 2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan.
Other amounts in the same proportion.
When you need money come to us. .
R CHMOND LOAN CO.,
Established 1895.
Room 8, Colonial Building.
D
f, C. ftl. Hamilton
lO N. TENTH ST.
SATURDAY
NIGH1
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POLO
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Muncie vs.Richmond.
ID
Fisa Ctoto ani Bridge Work. TES COLONIAL.
B.C03ST. etc.
On hand at all times
Best family Lard in the city.
phones 1084 & 359 .ph wegman's Meat Market
Theflorthuuestcr
J. O BARBER, General Agent, Ro0lycSkdoneInl5.Bl,8
Drs Peterson! osteopathic
35 S OUTH TENTH ST
raid admiSftions to the Fair. No one
has 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 correct estimate,
the 20,C10 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 0,roo may be received
by one person. WHY HOT YOU? The
Lucky Winner will be notified the in
stant the official announcement of the
total number of paid admissions Is
made by the Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition Company. We will alto pay all
of your expenses to St. I.ouis and will
deliver the $0,010 N ONE GREAT
ST. LOUIS, MO.
tl
.Louisiana Purchase Souvenir
SAINT LOUIS. U. S. A.
Cut out this address and paste on the en
velope you send us.
(32) DJ)
Home Phone 445
Dentist
RIBS, SHOULDERS.
PIGS FEET,
Mataal-HifeIns,Co
PHYSICIAN
BAG OF GOLD as soon as you reach thJJ
city. The total paid admissions to
Chicago World's Fair 21,400,141
Paris, France, Exposl'n, 16,795,167
Pan-American Exposit'n, 5,360,859
DONT DELAY I Write immediately
and remember that all you have to
do to entitle you to participate In
this intellectual and profitable contest
is to enclose 0 cents for a beautiful,
rare and artistic
Coin Co.
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