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RICHUOITD DAILY PALLADITTn, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1904.
THREE PainPills: Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills Insure Against Pain. They are an Insurance policy against pain and Its distressing effects. They guarantee that you will not be compelled to suer from pain of any nature. They are a sure preventative If taken when you first discover a tendency to headache, sick stomach, backache, diz ziness, Indigestion, periodic pains, etc. They relieve the pain, and tone up the exhausted and weakened condition of the nervous system. Should you neglect this precaution and allow a deep seated rnin to possess ycu. no matter v;hcre located, they make good by removing the pain. Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Tills have a wonderful reputation for doing all that Is claimed for them, and this reputation Is backed by a guarantee, that if first package fails to give relief, they cost you nothing, because your druggist will return your money. We urge you to try them under this guarantee, because they never fail. "I was suffering with I-a Grippe, had aches and pains all over me, and was so miserable I was nearly beside myself. After taking two doses of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills I was relieved from pain and fell into a restful sleep. They have never failed to give me relief from pain of nnv kind in 20 minutes." MRS. EUGENE LANE, Portage. Mich. 23 doses, 23 cents. Never sold in bull:. CUTJICIT "Write us and we will mail r XVXjXj you a Free Trial Package of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, the New, Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what is wrong nnd how to right it. Absolutely Free. Address: DR. MILKS MEDICAL CO., VABORATORIES, ELKHART, IND. PARES TO ST. LOUIS. World's Fair Excursion via Pennsyl vania Lines. World's Fair excursion tickets to St. Louis are now on sale via Pennsyl vania Lines. Fares from Richmond are as follows: Tickets good for the season, return ing any time to December 15th, will be sold every day at $14.00 for the round trip. Tickets good returning within six ty days, not later than December 35, will be sold evey day at $12.00 for the round trip. Tickets good returning within fif teen days will be sold every day at $10.50 for the round trip. Coach excursion tickets, with re turn limit of seven days, will be sold twice a week, every Tuesday and Thursday, beginning May 17th, until June 30th, at $7.00 for the round trip approximately one cent a mile. Coach excursion tickets are restricted to day coaches, whether on regular or spec ial trains. For further particulars sonsult C. TV. Elmer, ticket agent, Richmond, Ind. Special Trains to California $50 Bound Trip. Specially personally conducted trains through to San Francisco and Los Angeles via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line, leave Chicago and various points east, April 2Gth and 27th. Stopovers at Denver, Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City. Side trips at a minimum of expense. $50 round trip from Chi cago; correspondingly low rates from all points. No extra charge for travel on special trains. Tickets are also pood on The Overland Limited, solid through daily train, less than three days to the coast, over t he only dou ble track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River, and via the direct transcontinental route. Two trains daily. Choice of routes return ing. Write for itineraries of special trains and other detailed information to A. IT. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue. Reduced Fares to Cincinnati via The Pennsylvania Lines. Excursion tickets at reduced fares will be sold May 10th and 11th at all stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to Cincinnati, account May Musical Festival. Also excurion tickets to Cincinnati will be sold May 10th to 34th, inclusive, from certain stations, made known upon inquiry to local ticket agentv. of Pennsylvania Lines. An Open Letter. From the Chapin, S. C, News: Ear ly in the sprimr my Avife and I were taken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains that we called a phy sician who proscribed for us, but his medicines failed to give any relief. A friend who had a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each of us a dose and Ave at once felt the effects. I procured a bottle and before using the entire contents Ave Avere entirely cured. It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in eAery household. H. C. Bailey, Editor. This remedy is for sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main. TROUBLE IN SIGHT Hayti Is Reported to Be On Verge of Another Revolution. GENERAL DISCONTENT Many of the Malcontents Are Mar shaling Urtder the Discredited Banner of Gen. Salnave. A Jiminez Partisan Who Is Under the Government Ban Has a Growing Following. Port au Prince, Hayti, May 11. Reports that a revolution has broken out in Hayti are false. The republic is quiet. Cape Haytien, May 11 While the rumor that a revolution has broken out in Hayti is false, there is general discontent in the republic and a revo lution is momentarily looked for. General Albert Salnave, notwithstand ing the warning given him by the Dominican government, has not with drawn and continues to gather many followers on the frontier, where the Haytien government has ordered a heavy concentration of forces. Many partisans of General Antenor Firmin, the head of the last revolution, who is now in Paris, have crossed the fron tier and combined their forces with those of Salnave. A violent tumult among the soldiers at Port au Prince resulted in a gen eral panic, and the rumor was then circulated that a revolution had be gun. President Nord has decided to re sist energetically any movement look ing to a revolution, and strong meas ures have been taken to this end There is a panic in general business circles and several large houses are likely to suspend. Silver has become very scarce and has resulted in a 75 per cent premium over paper money. The premium on gold is 420 per cent. A dispatch from Cape Haytien of April 27, said that General Salnave, a Haytien refugee, had been warned to leave Dominican territory immedi ately. Under the auspices of General Jiminez. former president of Santo Domingo, it was asserted, General Sal nave was preparing an expedition the object of which was the overthrow of the Haytien government. Several de tachments of Haytien troops were sent to the frontier to check any movement on the part of Salnave. The same dispatch conveyed a report that an agreement had been entered into by the Haytien exiles then in the Dominican republic and on the Island of St. Thomas to make a joint effort to re-enter Hayti and that trouble was imminent. People in Hayti. the dis patch said, were talking of the return to the republic of Generals Salnave, Fouchard and Lecompte, all former candidates for the presidency of the Haytien republics. Adjourned Without Action. Telluride, Col., May 11. Judge Theron Stevens has adjourned the May term of court, as this county (San Miguel) is under martial law. No action was taken on the applica tion to make permanent the injunc tion granted by the court at Ouray, restraining the Citizens' Alliance and mine-owners from interfering with the return of the deported miners to their homes in Telluride. Miners'-Strike Ordered. Zanesville, Ohio, May 11. As the re sult of a wage disagreement between the operators and miners of the Sixth Ohio district, 2,500 miners are ordered to go on strike next Monday. The op erators asked a general reduction of 21 per cent in machine mining, while the miners would accept only 5.55 per cent from last year's scale, as agreed upon at the Indianapolis convention. Too Quick on the Trigger. Carbondale, 111., May 11. Mrs. Ham Cox of Murphysboro, a respected young lady, was shot and killed by her neighbor, Hank Cleland. The chicken house of Prof. E. H. Rogers, with whom Cleland resides, had been in vaded by thieves for several days, and while watching for the thieves Cle land mistook Mrs. Cox in the darkness for the prowler. Vindication Is Sought. Grand Rapids, Mich., May 11. Rep resentative Henry B. Vandercook has made a formal application to the su perior court for vindication of the charges made against him by Lant K. Salsbury in thd water deal case. Sals bury has testified that Vandercook re ceived $f.o. The court and Prosecutor Ward completely exonerate Vander cook. Kitied at Railway Station. Wooster. Ohio, May 11. Rev. A. M. Collins, a temperance lecturer of Westerville, Ohio, was killed by a pas senger t-ain at Creston. He was crossing the track in front of a pas senger train in an effort to reach the station platform Avhcn he was struck. Congressman Mann Renominated. Chicago. May 11. The Republicans of the second congressional district renominated James R. Mann, the pres: ent congressman from that district. There was no opposition to Mr. Mann. A HOT SHOT Judge McCabe Answers to A3perslem on His Attitude. Indianapolis, May 11. A lot of "mud slinging" aas been going on dur ing the fight for control of the Indiana delegation to the Democratic national convention. John W. Kern startled the Hearst people by declaring that Hearst is not Bryan's candidate and that Hearst was open to censure for the al leged corrupt methods he is' employ ing to carry the state. Judge McCabe of Williamsport, replying to Kern for the Hearst men, had this to say: "While showing virtuous indignation against the Hearst people for their sup posed methods, Mr. Kern overlooks the fact that he himself has accepted appointment as a delegate at the hands of Tom Taggart, backed by as corrupt methods as ever disgraced the fair name of Marion county. In the accom plishment of this outrage, life-long Democrats were intimidated, disfran chised and ballots stolen. The men who do this kind of politics are mer cenaries and must be paid. "Who paid them? Surely not the Hearst people. Mr. Kern would not use money in this way. Is it possible that Tom Taggart or any of his henchmen would do it? Why is it that the reorganizers are unable to find one man as a suitable candidate out of the 6,500,000 loyal Democrats who supported Mr. Bryan, but insist on naming a man who can not or will not make good tho claims of his friends to loyalty and regular ity?" Mayor Fogarty of South Bend is one of the conspicuous figures in the con vention crowd here today. He has not been in Indianapolis frequently, so he was a stranger to most of the politi cians who turn up here whenever there is anything going on. Fogarty is a pleasing looking man and is evidently a very good mixer. He left the impres sion that he would be a good candidate for governor, and stranger things may happen than his nomination. He is a union bricklayer, but a man of consid erable education and ability, and he is regarded as a strong candidate by many of the party leaders, who think this would be a good time to make a special appeal to the laboring classes. Fogarty says he is here looking over the ground and that he has not fully made up his mind what he will do about running. He says he is receiv ing many letters from throughout the state urging him to accept the nomina tion. The Taggart following has agreed on the following slate for the state convention tomorrow: Permanent chairman, Alonzo Greene Smith, Indi anapolis; permanent secretary, L. G. Ellingham, Decatur; sergeant-at-arms, Elliott Hooton, Indianapolis; delegates at large, John W. Kern, Indianapolis; B. F. Shively, South Bend; Chairman W. H. O'Brien. Lawrenceburg; Major G. V. Menzies, Mount Vernon. Tho Hearst sln.te follows: Permanent chairman, James McCabe, Williams port, or Henry Collerick, Fort Wayne; delegates at large, James McCabe, Sen ator L. V. Ulrey, Fort Wayne; Mayor John W. Holtzman, Indianapolis. The fourth member has not been agreed on. Smith declared today that he accepted the nomination for permanent chair man, with the understanding that each side is to be treated with perfect fair ness. Congressman James E. Watson of Rushville was here for a short time today. He is taking life easily at Rushville. recuperating from the hard work of the last session of congress. Since he delivered the keynote speech before the Republican state convention there has been much talk of him for the United States senate in case Sena tor Fairbanks should be elected vice president. When asked today if he would be a candidate he said: "I would be a candidate if Congressman James Hemenway were not a candi date. He is a candidate and I am for him first and last, and I expect to ask all my friends to work for his suc cess." This is the first open state ment that Hemenway is a candidate. If he should not be, then it would not be surprising if Watson should be brought into the race. An Evil Plot Exposed. St. Louis, May 11. The grand jury has returned eight indictments against Mrs. Sophia Weinheirt, charg ing her with enticing young women from Germany to this country for im proper purposes. The woman, who has been twice arrested on the same charge, said when flrsttaken into cus tody that the girls were brought to this country by her to serve as wait resses in a garden for a World's Fair concessionaire. She now asserts that she had nothing to do with bringing them to this country. His Luck Was Too Good. Lofsansport, Ind., May 11. Game Warden Smith of Logansport has ar rested Henry Hadd of Kewanna for violating the provision of the law re stricting the catch of black bass to twenty to a single fisherman In one day. Hadd caught 108, and if the law is enforced his collective fines will be $2,200. The game warden has filed but one affidavit, and is awaiting in structions relative to the remaining eighty-seven. Submitted to Arbitration. Lima, Peru, May 11. Foreign Min ister Pardo and Colombian Minister Tanso have signed a convention by which all boundary questions will be submitted to the arbitration of the Kins of Spain. Big Sum for Bridges. Indianapolis, May 11. The county council has appropriated $850,000 for bridges in the city and county. rORPHINE What is to Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victins? y ; Can They Be Cured? This question is agitating the minds of the best ministers, doctors and thinking men of today. There are over a million drug users in the Unit ed States alone, and the number is rapidly increasing. All unite in say ing that a reliable cure is the only salvation. This is no ordinary dis ease and yields to no ordinary drugs or methods of treatment. We now offer our treatment which we guaran tosn will cure any case of Morphine, Opium; Laudanum, Cocaine or other drug habit or refund your money. To any person suffering from this dread ful disease we will send a trial pack age of our treatment absolutely free. Write today. All correspondence strictly confidential in plain en elopes. Address, Manhattan Thera peutic Association, Dep't B., 1135 Broadway, New York City. Low Fares to Columbus, Ind, via Pennsylvania Lines. May 10th and 11th, excursion tick ets to Columbus, Indiana, account In diana Statei Log Rolling, will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines, from points in Indiana only. For particulars re garding time of trains, etc., call on local ticket agent of those lines. The greatest tonic, strength giver, blood producer, life prolonger ever offered the sick. Such is Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. A family bless ing. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Low Fares to Dayton via Pennsylva nia Lines. May 19 th to 23d, inclusive, excur sion tickets to Dayton, account An nual Conference German Baptist Brethren at Haines, Ohio, will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines. For in formation regarding time of trains, etc., see local ticket agent of those lines. Whooping Cough. "In the spring of 1901 my chil dren had whooping cough," says Mrs. D. W. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results. I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for whooping cough." This rem edy keeps the cough loose, lessens the severity and frequency of the cough ing spells and counteracts any ten dency toward pneumonia. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sud hoff, corner fifth and Main. Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn sylvania Lines. May 11th and 32th, excursion tick ets to Indianapolis, account Indiana Democratic State Convention, will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines. For particulars regarding time of trains etc., see Local Ticket agent of those lines. Low Fares to the West via Pennsyl vania Lines. May 3, 17, June 7, 21, July 5, 19, Au gust 2, 16, Home-Seekers' tickets will be sbld to points in the West, North Avest, South and Southwest, and Canada and Mexico. For any further information, apply to Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. Not a Sick Day Since. "I Avas taken severely sick Avith kid ney trouble. I tried all sorts of medi cines, none of which relieved me.. One day I saAv an ad. of your Electric Bitters and determined to try tha. After taking a few doses I fo!t relie ved, and soon thereafter was entirely cured, and have not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of mine havs been cured of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, i.iv er and Kidney troubles and general debility." This is Avhat B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C. writes. Only 50c, at A G. Luken & Co., druggists. A Runaway EicvcJs, Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J. B. Oruer, Franklin Grove, 111. It developed l srubbom ulcer un yielding to doctor? and remedies for four years. Then Buckl '. 's Arnica Salre cured. It's ins' as good for burns, Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25 cents at A. O. Luken & Co.'s drug store. Don't wait lor Decora tion Day lint order your Monumental work at once of Perrj T. Wil liams, at 33 nortli 8tli. "Ideal" sold by all groceries. TIME TABLE. On Sundays Cars Leave One Trip Later. First car leaves Richmond for In iianapolis at 5 a. dl First car leaves Dublin for Rich mond at 6 ' a. m. Every car for Indianapolis leaves Richmond on the odd hour, from 6:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. First car leaves Indianapolis f oi Richmond at 7:00 a. m. and every jther hour thereafter until 5:00 p. m. Hourly service from Richmond to Dublin and intermediate points, from 5:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. n. Subject to change without notice.. RATE OF FARE. Richmond to Graves $0.05 to Centerville 10 to Jackson Park .. to Washington Rd to Germantown . to Cambridge City to Dublin to Indianapolis . . .15 .15 .20 .25 .SO 1.05 Law Fares to Pittsburg via Pennsyl vania Lines. May 16th, 17th and ISth, excur sion tickets to Pittsburg account an nual Convention National Association of Manufacturers of United States of America, will be sold via Pennsylva nia Lines. For particulars, time of trains, etc., see Local Ticket Agent of those lines. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. The prompt relief from the several which is afforded by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, is alone worth many times its cost. Mr. Willard C. Vail, of I'ougniveepsie, jn. x., writes: "i am j gia of the nerves and Chamberlain's Pain Balm gives relief quicker than j anl liniment I have ever used." For! sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main. Lest you forget we say it yet, eat "Ideal Bread" and be healthy. A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. STOCKS, BONDS and SECURITIES Any one wishing to sell Stocks, Bonds and Securities, I would be glad to list them . . . Any one wishing to buy Stocks, Ponds and Securities, I have them for sale IT'S THAT REAL ESTATE MORGAN 8th ar.d N. E, Richmond, Ind HEADQUARTERS FOR - - Strawberries Plenty fancy ones; and all kinds of fresh - Vegetables Send in your Saturday order and get the best on the market Phone orders given special attention. Phone 292 Hartley Bros Si WHEN ItS CHICAGO tueirj Northern Baths A Hotel Combined 8 floors, fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Cart at all hours. BATHS OF ALL KINDS, Turkish. Russian. Shower. Plunge, etc The 6rest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Baih and Lodging. 1.00. Most inexpensive first Class hotel in Chicago. Right ia th. heart of the city. Booklet on application. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CHIOAGO Near State CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH' 'EtiKYRQYAL PSLl.S M 'or ClIICHKSTEK'S KNGI.1SJI , in klii na turiams ooxen. uraiw I with bu riblrau. Tnke no other. Kefuiu I ItiMigvraiia HuhatHutlonn and Imita tlttn. Kuj of jour OmcriM. or w-otl 4f. ti inip for I'artt"ulnr. Tettinlai; -nd "Keller for Ladle," n Ulttr. by re turn Malt. 1 .M0 1-.umooil. BM all Druniitv .I'hlrhrntrr Ckftnloal Do. BUoa Uii ppl. Madlaoa bunr. fUXLA k' k All Day Visit in Cincinnati ',..$1.00' Special Excursion Sunday, May 15 Visit the Zoological Garden. Opening Day at Chester Park. BASE BALL- Ciocinnati vs. New York. Special train leaves Richmond 8:10 a.m.,' returning, leave Cincinnati at 7 p.m. C. A..- BLAIR, City Ticket Agt, Home Phone 44 BLAZE AWAY! Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El dorado" laundered collar, 'The kind that don't melt down." T"-j g EldOTaCiO 1 ,w w w ww steam Laundry No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana. THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating QUESTION the men. Not bothering us much, however. Carpents Cleaned by a New Process, shirtwaists, we will do the launder ing. rHE RICHMOND STEAM DRY LAUN- Do you want an up-to date house that just suits you, at the right price? Choice of eight or ten. Thompson's Agency Main and 7th Sts. 50 YEARSi" 'TrLi Designs r F? viN Copyrights Ac Anvnnc sending a sketch snd description r.;a qnlcklf ascertain oxir ovimon free whether an invention is prohnhly pntentnWe. Comimitii.-n-tions strictly conti!eiitlHl. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for aecurinapHtema. Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific JUiierica.). hr.nlsornoTr lUnRtrated weekly. Lsrcest d-. culation of any m-ient.tie Journal. Terms, f 3 year: four months, fL Sold by all newsdealer. MUNN & Co.3SlSroat! Hew York firanch Ofllco- 035 K Ft Washington. D. C ATE NTS srss will advise you whether your ideas can be patented. 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