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RICIIMOITC DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904.
7T70. " His Paw-Paw Remedy in Big Demand DRUGGISTS BUSY Supplying Thslr Customers with This Um Stomach Remsdy HUNDREDS TESTIFY That Thsy Rsceivod Won derful Benefits from a Trial Qciflo PROF. MYGH SAYS Pav;-Pavj VHI IMiq an Old Stomach Almost as Good as flew CURES NERVOUSNESS SCORES OF PEOPLE DECLARE IN FAVOR OF PAW-PAW It Soofhas the Nervaa It Rests the Nerves It Feeds the Nerves It Enables One to Sleep It Is Nature's Own Remedy Greater and greater grows the public in terest in Prof, ilunyon's new Paw-Paw cure. Druggists say they never had such a demand for a new remedy. Many peo ple who procured a trial bottle say they began to feel better after taking the first dose. It not only acts as a tonic, but gives the stomach an abiding strength to digest everything that is put into it. Peo ple who have been-unable to retain any solids on their stomachs now declare they can eat a hearty meal without any dis comfort. The most marvelous effect of this Paw-Paw remedy is its wonderful curative effect upon the nerves. It seems to soothe, calm and strengthen them. Prof. Munyon says that this Paw-Paw remedy feeds the nerves and relieves them of all irritation and friction. It isn't a narcotic to put them to sleep, but a rem edy that will give them a lasting strength. I don't believe, sa3Ts Prof. Munyon, that a better remedy for the blood and liver wa9 ever compounded. I have seen slug gish livers that had refused to act under the usual treatments respond in a moat marvelous way by the use of Paw-Paw. Paw-Paw seems to digest everything it touches; hence it makes good, rich blood, which in turn strengthens and vitalizes the whole nervous system. I want all persons who suffer with dys pepsia or nervous trouble to cast away all other remedies and to give Paw-Paw a fair trial. I want every weak and debilitated person to get a bottle of Paw-Paw at once and take it according to directions. I know it will make old folks feel younj and weak folks strong. I want all persons who feel they are in need of a tonic to drop the use of al coholic drinks of all kinds and take Paw Paw in its place. People don't crave for stimulants when the stomach, and nems are in a healthful condition. Munyon'a Paw-Paw gives exhilaration without intox ication. Alcoholic stimulants lift, but let you fall. Paw-Paw lifta and holds you. Every druggist sells it or can obtain if for you (Large Bottle) Price $1.00. Paw Paw Laxative Pills. 25 cents a bottle. TIME CARD Richmond Street & Internrban Rail way Company. Cars leave hourly for Centerville, East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton from 5 a. m. to 11 p. m., returning: same hours. Sun day, sdme hours, except first car leaves at G a. m. Indianapolis Cars. Local cars leave Iliehmond for In dianapolis and Indianapolis, for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1, 3, 5 and p. m. First car Sunday at 7 o'clock a. m. C. A. DENMAN, Supt. 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. The bread that will make Richmond famous Ideal. ' ' Pimples, sores bad breath, head ache, indigestion and constipation, positively cured with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Now's the time to cleanse your system of all impuri ties. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. RUSSIA'S DESIGN Is to Draw the Japs on and Provoke an Attack on the Yalu. FORTIFYING THE EIVER Russian Central Stair Convinced that Kuropatkin Will Await the Japanese Iniliative. Gouthern Manchuria lias Been Con verted. Into a. Scene of Military Activity. St. Petersburg, April 6. The Rus sian general staff is convinced that the Russians will await a Japanese attack on the right bank of the Yalu. They are now busily encaged fortifying the mouth of the river. The Russians are seeking to draw fhe Jap anese on by sending small troops across the river. St. Petersburg, April G. A corre spondent who has just returned to the fortress from an inspection trip through southern Manchuria, tele graphs that that country is strikingly full of an unusual and active life, that the troops are vigorous and healthy and animated by a desire for active j operations, and that the entire native A. FORTIFIED WATCHTOWKR TV MA.NCHTTBIA. population, Including that of the com mercial world, is friendly to Russia and full of faith in the Russian arms. The correspondent says: "Russian money, which was shaky at the beginning of the war, is again firm. The Chinese volunteer militia formed there present a good appear ance, wearing a special uniform with epaulettes bearing the Russian nation al flag. The natives provide provi sions freely and are selling horses brought from the surrounding coun try. The mandarins are an exception to this general rule, as they are cau tious and are trying to carry water on both shoulders. As their conduct is passive, it does the Russians no harm. "The railroad holds out splendidly and works regularly, all the attaches of the road being imbued with the high importance of their task. Sentries are posted at the boundary and are doing duty in the neutral zone, divid ing China and Manchuria. The weath er is warm and the rivers are open. In Port Arthur all is quiet and the in habitants have become accustomed to a state of war, though some of them are Impatient that the enemy has been for a long time invisible." IN CLAY COUNTY Feud-Ridden District Has Two Mors Tragedies. Jackson, Ky., April 6. Bummer Spicer, confessed slayer of James Johnson, was arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Hiram Centers and Sam Dea ton at the home of Sam Callahan, brother of Sheriff Ed Callahaii. John son was killed last Friday and Spicer had been In hiding since that time. Johnson was a nephew of J. B. Mar cum, who was assassinated last May. Spicer is a member of a prominent mountain family and is distantly re lated to Congressman South Trimble. Judge James Hargis is conducting the examining trial today. The charred body of Sam Jones, son of John Jones, who was special eliser for Breathitt county, and who sum moned the first Jury in the Jett-White murder case, was found near here yes terday under a creek cliff. The body was in a pile of embers still burning, and gashes on the side of his head led to the suspicion of foul play. It Is known that he was in company with Thomas B. Combs and Bill Combs Monday night and they were all drink ing. The Combs boys say that they lay down to sleep under the cliff after building a fire and that they left Jones during the night. Bill Combs had an ugly cut which resembles a kntfe wound, on his thigh. Conspiracy Against Government. San Francisco, April 6. In the United States district court Former Deputy Sheriff William T. Nasha and Thomas K. Dempsey and Horn Toon, a Chinaman, were convicted of con spiracy against the government. They Will be sentenced on Thursday. They were found guilty of deporting old Chinese anxious to return to China, for young men who had attempted to vade the immigration laws and had been ordered to b deported. SIGNIFICANT VOTE Chicago Very Plainly Indorses Munici pal Ownership. Chicago, April 6. In the municipal election yesterday the Republicans elected eighteen aldermen, the Dem ocrats sixteen, and one Independent Republican, who repudiated the "ma chine" in the Sixth ward, was chosen a member of the council. The last council was composed of thirty-six Re publicans, thirty-two Democrats, one Independent Democrat and one Social ist. The next council will be formed of thirty-six Republicans, thirty-one Democrats, two Independents one of whom is a Democrat and the other a Republican and one Socialist. The chief interest in the election, however, centered in the vote on proposed mu nicipal ownership of the street rail roads. In this connection what is known as the "Muller law," passed by the last state legislature was submit ted to the people. The law ruithorizes cities in Illinois to construct, own, op erate and lease street railroads, and to provide the means therefor. On this proposition the vote stood 152,435 for the proposition and 30,104 against; on the proposition that the city should at once take over the street railroads into its control, the vote stood 120,744 for and 50,893 against; for the tem porary licensing of street railroads un til such time as the city is prepared to take them over, the vote was 120,181 for and 48,056 against. On the ques tion on whether or not the members of the board of education should be elected by direct vote of the people instead of by executive appointment and confirmation by the city council, as is the present usage, the vote was 115,553 for and 58,432 against. Milwaukee Election. Milwaukee, April , 6. Mayor David S. Rose (Dem.) carried the city mu nicipal elections, having a plurality of 5,912 over Guy D. Goff, Republican. The Democrats also control the com mon council, electing twenty-four mem bers; Republicans thirteen, and So cial Democrats nine. Republicans Take Kansas City. Kansas City. April 6. Jay 11. Neff (Republican) for mayor and the en tire Republican ticket were elected by 1,000 plurality. The Republicans will control the new council. Unionists Oppose Japs. Everett, Wash., April 6. A plot to dynamite the quarters of the Japanese employed by the Mukileto mill was dis covered and frustrated. For .some time past the feeling against the Jap anese has been very bitter, organized labor opposing very strongly. At tempts were made to drive the Jap anese away from this locality, and it is believed that the dynamite was a part of the plot. Apprehension Among Jews. Vienna, April 6. Considerable un easiness exists among the Jewish ele ment of Lom-Palanka, Bulgaria, owing to the murder of a young Macedonian, although a medical commission has certified that It was not a ritual mur der. , Local agitators have been en deavoring to incite the population of the town against the Jews. Hearst Scores In Ohio. Columbus, Ohio, April 6. The Dem ocratic state central committee has decided to hold the state convention at Columbus on May 24 and 25. R. L. Starr, editor, of the Bryan Democrats and a supporter of W. R. Hearst for president, was cnosen temporary chairman of the convention. Waters Receding Slowly. Evansville, Ind., April 6. The Ohio river and other streams in this sec tion are falling very slowly. Flood refugees are still sheltered at Hazel ton, New Harmony, Mount Carmel and Grayville. Fresh Outbreak of Plague. Santiago de Chile, April 6. Bubonic plague has reappeared at Antofagasta (a seaport and the capital of the prov ince of Antofagasta). It is of a bad character. MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices for Grain and Live stock on April 5. Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. Wheat Wagon, $1.00; No. 2 red, quiet, $1.02. Corn Quiet. No. 2 mixed, 48c. Oats Steady; No. 2 mixed, 40c. Hay Clover $839, tim othy, $1113; millet, $59. Cattle Steady at $4.00Q5.25. Hogs Strong at $45.50. Sheep Steady at $3.25 3.75. Lambs Steady at $5.505.75. At Cincinnati. Wheat Firm; No. 2 red, $1.09. Corn Easier; No. 2 mixed, 54c. Oats Quiet; No. 2 mixed, 43c. Cat tle Active at $2.25 4.75. Hogs Weak at $4.15 5.45. Sheep Steady at $2.754.50. Lambs Steady at $4.506.00. Livestock ait Chicago. Wheat No. 2 red, 97 1.04. Corn No. 3. 4856c. Oats No. 2, 40c. Cattle Steady; steers, $3.005.75; stockers and feeders, $2.754.35. Hogs Strong at $4.805.45. Sheep Strong at $2.505.50. Lambs Steady at $4.006.00. At New York. Cattle Firm at $4.305.50. Hogs Lower at $5.50 5.90. Sheep Firm ti $2.7505.10. Lambs Steady at $5.50 6.65. East Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Steady at $3.755.30. Hogs Active at $4.40(5.60. Sheep Steady, $3.255.50. Lamba Steady at $4.00(3)6.30. DAYS OF DIZZINESS. Come to Hundreds of Richmond People. There nro days of dizziness; Spells of headache, sideache, back ache; - - Sometimes rheumatic pains: Often urinary disorders. All tell you plainly the kidneys are sick. Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills. Here is proof in Richmond. Mrs. C. B. Stevens, 29 north fifth street, says: "My loins and back were so weak and sore I could hard ly keep upand around and was often entirely unable to get up at all. The pains extended through my loins and in the thighs. Severe headaches, ac companied bys uch spells of dizziness were almost of daily occurrence. I was doctoring steadily but without much if any relief. I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills got a box at A. G. Luken 's drug store and began their use. They acted promptly and effectively and the pain soon left my back." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, K. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. C3 S3 "I" O H. X -A- Bears the j$ ThQ Kind You Have Always Bought Drives out all impure matter that collects in one's system. Cleanses, strengthens and builds up the entire body. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents tea or tablet form. A. G. Luken & Co. Bears the , The Kind Yen Hava Always Bought Broke Into His House. S. Le Quinn of Caveridish, 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., 25 c at A. G. Lu ken & Co.'s drug store. Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought 4te Testimonv of a Minister. Rev. John S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., writes, "For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines, but got no relief. Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a dis ease that had me in its grasp for twelve years." If you want a relia ble melicine for Liver and Kidney Trouble, stomach disorder or general debility, get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. Only 50c. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 2 CLAYPOOL HOTEL, occupying the site of the old Bates House. Ab solutely Fire Proof. FINEST and most EXCELLENT LY FURNISHED hotel West of New York. Soft and distilled water used ex clusively. Assembly Hall seating twelve hun dred ; roof garden and sun parlor. AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and up ward. "N EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 and up ward. Henry L. Lawrence, President and Manager. Saves Two From Death. "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi land, of Armonk, N. Y.f '.'but when all other remedies failed, we saved her life with Dr, King's New Discov ery. Our niece, who had consumption in an advanced stage, also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other medi cine on earth. Infallible for Coughs and Colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles guar anteed by A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottles free. "Ideal Bread is the height of per fection known to the baker's art. "Get the habit" of eating "Ideal Bread" that delicious flavor con tained in to other loaf. 7 DO YOU know that you never need to worry on the money question ? Whenever you want money to accomplish any purpose, and find that you are a lit tle short, it will pay you to INVESTIGATE our plans. You can not realizo how easy it is to get money until you see us. We will advance you any lunount you need on your furniture, piano, fixtures, horses end vehicles, and you can pay your loan out in small week ly or monthly payments. We will advance you $50.00 FOR FIFTY WEEKS and your payments will be $1.20 per week. Other amounts in the same proportion. We also make salary loans on oasy terms. Call and investi gate our methods. Richmond Loan Co. F.estabiished 1S95. Room S Colonial BIdg., Richmond, Ind. Home 'Phone 445. TheJNlotfthuaestei Mataal-IiifeIns,Co WLwcZile: J. O BARBER, General Agent, "lllf Drs Peterson ! osteo path i c 35 S OUTH TENTH ST j D v. C. JVI. Hamilton lO N. 1ENTH ST. PO WEDNESDAY NIGH1 APILR 6 . IB. if Marion vs. Richmond. Fine Crown inl Briiga Work. TH3 C3L0EIAL. i I" JK T rS JCTZ3L- JfTTm- - JLW-JL-1 BACOlsT: sto, On hand at all times Best family phones 1084 & 359 nh wegman'fi Meat Marke MONEY LOANED from 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate agency, Main and peventh streets. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND & FT. WAYNE RAILROAD COM PANY. Richmond, Ind., March 17, 1904. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Cincinnati, Richmond and Ft. Wayne Railroad company will be held X the office of the company, in the city of Richmond, Indiana, on THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1904, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing eleven directors and trans acting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. S. B. LIGGETT, till aprl 8 Secretary. A Love Letter.. Would not interest yon 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 best salve on earth. 25c at A. G." Luken & Co. 's drug stow;. The lazy liver makes a lazy man. Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural, never failing remedy for a lazy liver. V PHYSICIAN EHr La i, Dentist RIBS, SHOULDERS, PIGS FEET, Iard Iti the city. I ATTENTION, FARMERS ! I Why remain in the North and slav in doors six months in the )rear con-l suming what you raise during the other six months? . j Go South where you can work out! doors every month in the year, ana j where you are producing something the year round. If you are a stock raiser yoa know your stock are now 4 eating theii heads off" a id, besides! have to be protected from the rigors of winter by expensive shelter. j Economical stock feeding requires I the combination of both flesh-forming' and fat-forming foods in certain pf? portions. Alabama and Florida pro duce in abundance the velvet bear and cassava, the first a flesh produce and the latter a fat producer, aiKL they are the cheapest and best fat tening materials known to the world More money can be made and witH less labo, in general farming fruit and berry growing and truck arden-I ing along: our road in the South thar in any other section of the Union. I If you are interested and desire further information on the "subject address G. A. PARK, Gen'l Immigration and Industrial Agent, j Louisville & Nashville R. R. C., , Louisville, Ky. LO