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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1904.
THREE. Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, di Courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigoi ai.a encertumess soor disappear when the kid neys are out of rde or diseased. Kidney trouble ha? become o Dre talent inr.i it i- not uncommon for a jhiH to be born 'J? affi: -cd vith weak ki4 neys. if the child urin ates too ftfte.n. if the urine scalds the flesh cr if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment o' there i;n;..rt;.t cr- . This unpleacruv trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys ard bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is so'd by cruggists, in "fifty cent and one .dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle by mail tree, also pamphlet tell- Homo of Swamp-Root. Sng al! about it. including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this Daor.r. BLAZE AWAY Who cares? I'm fortified with an;"El orEdo" latrdeted collar, "The kind hat don't melt dewn." The Eldorado steam Laundry No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147. Richmond, Indian A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. Weak Men Made Vigorous -Ssv -g- iv i ay ipiiexT msmr zrs&Ay What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did! It aets powerfully ami quickly. Cures when all others Jail. Yuuuk tiich regain lost manhood: old men recover youthful vior. Absolutely Guar anteed to C'ur Nervonn"s, Lost Vitality, Impotenry, Nlfrtitly Kniissiono, Lost Power, either sex, Fail inn Memory, M asting: Lis HeH, nnri all effects of self-abuse or eircesstt and indiscretion Wards off insanity i"fl roiiMinijitlon. Don't let druRRist lmnoe a worthless fiilif-titute on you because it yield.- a greater profit. Insist on hav ing PKFFKK'N M KRVKiOK, or send for it Can te carried in vest porker. Prejiaid. plain wrapper, $1 per box. or G for $5, with A Written Huar antep to Cure or Kefuud Money. Pamphlet free PJSFFKK MEDICAL ASS'24, Chicago, 111. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. SEND For Sample Electric Compound. It may save your life. It prevents explosion of Gasoiine and Coal Oil and makes it harmless as water. Impossible to explode when charged with my Electric Com 1 pound. One samp'e will make abso lutely non-explosive 50 gadons of Gasolim or Kerosine, DIXIELAND CO., St. Louis, Mo. A HALF MILLION ACRES. Government Lands Open for Settle ment. in theRosebud Indian Reservation in Southeastern South Dakota. The Chi cago & North-Western Ry. is the di rect line from Chicagn to Bonesteel on the reservation border. Send 2 cent stamp for pamphlet "New Homes in the West" containing map3 and full i' formation as to the allot ment of tiese fertile lands. A. II. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. . , filllll jji A SHARP ACTION i " V Three Days' Battle Reported Between Russians and Japs Near Si mat si. DETAILS ARE LACKING It Is Known, However, That Both Sides Suffered Severely During the Prolonged Engagement. Russians Were Compelled to Retire and Were Followed Cautiously by Their Eiiemy. Che Foo, June 1. An unconfirmed rumor is current among the Chinese that a battle occurred six miles from Port Arthur Tuesday. Liao Yang, June 1. Continuous fighting has taken place northeast of Feng Wang Cheng and the railway above Kin Chou since May 27. A sharp action has taken place eastward of Simatsi, thirty-five miles north of Feng Wang Cheng, which lasted from the morning of May 27 until daylight May 30. Both sides suffered severely. De tailed figures are lacking. The en gagement resulted in the Russians re tiring on Simatsi followed cautiously by Japanese detachments. Three com panies of Japanese are reported to have ambushed a patrol of the Nerin sky regiment near Hunsian, wounding three Cossacks. Severe fighting is re ported along the railroad between sta tions Vfangoy and Vfandion. The Jap anese suffered heavily and would have been annihilated had not infantry re serves come up and forced the Rus sians to retire into Warsaw. Lamsdorff in Danger. St. Petersburg, June 1. It is ru mored that an attempt was made to COUNT IiAMSDORFF, RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER. assassinate Foreign Minister Lams dorff while he was at dinner last even ing. Count Lamsdorff was assaulted by Prince Dolgourouki, formerly a pre tender to the crown of Bulgaria. The prince was immediately arrested. Kuropatkin Guesses It. St. Petersburg, June 1. A friend of General Kuropatkin's says that before his departure the general said: "The first month it will be sakl that I am inactive; the second that I am incapa ble, and the third that I am a traitor, because we will be repulsed and beat en, although that will not seriously affect the result of the operations. I shall let people talk, firmly adhering to my resolution not to march before July, when I shall have the overwhelm ing masses I need." Famine Is Threatened. New Chwang, June 1. Some Chi nese fugitives from Port Arthur ar rived here, describe the situation of I the inhabitants there as desperate. Famine prices exist. The cost of pro visions increase weekly. Many per sons are reduced to eating Chinese food, and even that is dear. Millet flour costs $6 a bag. Whole streets and several public buildings have been wrecked by Japanese shell fire. The hospitals are packed with sick and wounded. Shocking Stories Denied. St. Petersburg, June 1. A semi official statement declares the 'reports that 600 persons had been hanged at Warsaw for political olienses and that 80 coffins containing bodies of persons executed at Moscow had been secretly buried at night are altogether un founded. Pushing Reinforcements. St. Petersburg, June 1. The govern ment is making every effort to expe dite the dispatch of artillery reinforce ments to the front. Ordnance materi al on thr way is given precedence over all other traffic, including passengers. Farewell Banquet to Mitchell. Indianapolis, June 1. John Mitchell, president of the mine workers, will be the guest of honor at a banquet a the Gorman House tonight to be given by members of the local labor organi zations. Officers of the various nation al organizations having headquarters here will have change. The banquet will be given as a farewell, as he leaves June 11 for England and the continent to attend the international council of laboring men in Paris and to make a study of the mines of tha foreign countries. UO LREAK IN SICHT Illinois Gubernatorial Deadlock Prom ises to Hang On. Springfield, 111., June 1. There is no substantial prospect that the guberna t6rlal deadlock will end today. It is reported that Lowden will make an other attempt to break into the Yates forces. It is said that he expects to get 100 Yates votes, 30 from Hamlin, 50 from Sherman and enough scatter ing votes to cwell his total to 600, hop ing that this will be sufficient to loosen enough Deneen delegates in Cook junty to nominate Lowden. The Yates managers admit that at some stage of the balloting Kane, Will and Dekalb may go to Lowden, as they did when a stampede was at tempted two weeks ago; but this would mean only 62 votes, and that i3 near the limit of the number the Yates people will concede as likely to go to Lowden from their camp. There seems small probability that either Hamlin or Snerman will now shift their votes until it appears rea sonably certain that by so doing they will be able to break the deadlock. All of the candidates hold their forces to gether and it appears likely that to day's ballots will show no material changes. After taking three ballots for gov ernor yesterday's session adjourned without having broken the deadlock. The convention, after an eleven days' recess, reconvened at 2:13 in the after noon. There was a manifest falling off of enthusiasm. The result of the 61st and last ballot for the day fol lows: Yates, 484; Lowden, 398; Deneen, 384; Hamlin, 110; Warner, 40; Sherman, 51; Pierce, 28. MUTINOUS SOLDIERS An Incident at Fort Riley That Will End in Courtmartial. Junction City, Kan., June 1. Nine teen soldiers in Troop K. Eighth cav alry, at Fort Riley, rebelled on account of an inspection that was ordered for 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. They came to Junction City and paraded en the streets in defiance of the non-commissioned officers who were sent to take them back to the post. A detail of men was sent from the post, to as sist in the capture of the mutineers. With the aid of the local pol-'co offi cers all but four of the mutineers ait in custody. Only seven of the men re sisted the patrol, and it is probable that they will be charged with mu tiny when they go before a courtmar tial for trial. Old Tragedy Reopened. Jefferson City, Mo., June 1. John M. Speyer, a circus performer, whe killed his young son in a tent at Kan sas City in 1902 by cutting his throat with a knife, and who was found guil ty and sentenced to twenty years in the penitentiary, has been granted a new trial on a technicality. Speyer had been accused of assaulting a young girl and when threatened by a crowd he killed the boy, believing, as he said afterward, that he would be lynched and not desiring the child tc live alone. Speyer's wife lives at New Orleans. Held Up the Cashier. Portland, Ore., June 1. A bold rob bery was committed yesterday after noon by two negroes, who entered the office of the Pullman company at the union station just as the cashier, W. H. Aurelius, was making up his cash. Drawing revolvers upon the unsus pecting cashier, the negroes demanded what cash was in sight. Aurelius handed over about $2,500. The ne groes backed out of the office door with their pistols still levelled on the cashier, and then hastily disappeared. A Simple Funeral. Beaver, Pa., June 1. All that is mor tal of Senator Matthew Stanley Quay was carried to the little burial plot in Beaver cemetery yesterday afternoon and buried beside the bodies of his children. The services were as simple as it was possible to make them, as the dead statesman had requested. Bryan In Ascendancy. Omaha, Neb., June 1. The Demo cratic state convention convened here this afternoon. Indications are that William Bryan's friends will complete ly dominate the convention. Mr. Bry an himself probably will be elected to lead the Nebraskan delegation at the St. Louis convention. Changing Historic Seal. Washington, June 1. The United States supreme court has ordered a new seal for the court for the first time since 1790. The old seal was the size of a silver dollar. The new seal will be somewhat larger than the old one. TERSE TELEGRAMS Gov. Odfill of New York is in Paris. Ohio Socialist have named a full state ticket. Wisconsin free library commission has 1e rist'd a plan to distribute books through the eountry from a wnjon. ClifT Slouzhtfr. 20. of Chillicothp, O.. is dead from a Btab inflicted at a wake by Clarence Welh Welsh ha boon arrptt!. David KotheliiM. fotin lor nnd wrecker of the Foderal Bank, of Sew York, was taken to Siujr 8ing prison to serve a term of nine year James Day. deputy sheriff of l-otchea count). Ky., was shot and killed in an attempt to ar rest four men who were dynamiting the river Beven ppr-ion were drowncil at S.-ili lii, M' by the breaking of a bridge from which (!" were scattering (lowers in the Arkuii-:is rive- Josephus Daniel, editor of the K.iVi-'i. V News, has been cited by Federal-judt.'e I'urne for contempt of court. The editor criuci-.v the judge's action in certain appointment-). The legality of the oleomargarine law twen affirmed by the snpre.no conn of th. United States The en-to decided was one in oiving a $:,H) line from tiie cdirts of o:ik. A man returning from the Klondike region declare at Victoria. B C, that a man dyin in n Alaskan wilderness confessed that ho wn the lonj sought "Willie" Taacott, murderer of Hanker Snell at Chicago, flf teeu year ago. ABSENTS ."The First Imperial Band, of Ger many had a royal time in Milwau kee" said the Daily Newt', where il appeared at Davidson theatre. Re ceipts for the eight days amounted to $8,600. "The hand had heard sc much of Milkaukee on account of tlus fiae re ception given here to Prince Henry that they feel they will be entirely at home. Milwaukee, previous to tv.e visit of Prince Henry, was not much better known in German than any of the other American cities, but during the royal visit of the head of the German naval service the Berlin and other newspapers were so full of news notes about our famous town that at the present time almost ev erybody who reads the German pa pers knows about the place and likes 5t." At the Gennett tonight GREENSFORK. Corn about all planted, out some on account of worms has to be plant ed over. Oats and grass are doing well. Fruit is not very promising. Mr. C. Crump's little son is suffer ing with typhoid fever. So also, is the little daughter of Stephen 'Cloud. The county Sunday school conven tion has come and gone and was a grand success. The visitors seemed to enjoy themselves and we are sure we enjoyed their company. C. Rhetts had a good horse to die. Mrs. Lou Harris is improving slow- ly. Xew buildings are being erected vn our burg. This may be a big burg yet. The Ladies' Greensfork Musical Club will give a public recital on next Saturday evening, the 4th of June, at the M. E. church. It will be a first class entertainment, so bring your dime, and have a good time; you wiil never have cause to regret it. We are sorry not to hear any in terurban talk. We want the road. Ideal Bread has plenty of competi tion on price, but none on quality. Let me say I have used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend it for what it cla'ms. Very truly, Rev. II. W. Hathaway, Elizabeth, N. J. I tried Ely's Cream Balm and o all appearances am cured of satarvh The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are gone. W. J. Hitch cock, late Major U. S. Vol. and A. A. Gen., Buffalo, N. Y. The Balm does not irritate or eaur'.c sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 els or mailed by Ely Brothers, 5H War ren St., New York. We lead, the others follow. Origi nal ideas and modern methods pre vail throughout our large establish ment. Richmond Baking Co. If You Want to he Free from every sympto m of f tiliiiL. health, (such as lame back, coughini: spells, catarrh, etc.) origi'iFtimr from stagnant impure blood, weak ihtv. liver, kidneys, etc., just try that new est discovery in medicine called Yi- tona, a life-giving tonic that every body is recommending to everybody. By healing internally it vitalizes ev ery part, removing the cav.ses of con sumption, catarrh, etc. One sample bottle proves its merit. Can't be perfect health without' pure blood. Burdock Bitters makes pure blood. Tones and invigorates the whole system. One way Colonist Rates to the finest and Northwest via The C, C. k, L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, tc. For further information call od X A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44 Mothers lose their dread for that "texrible second summer" when they have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry in the house. Nature's specific for bowel complaints of ev ery sort. The North-Westen Lint Eussia-Japan AtUs. Send ten cents in stamps for Russo-Japanese War Atlas issued by the Chicago & North-Western R'y. Three fine; colored maps, each 14 x 20 bound in convenient form for refer ence. The Eastern situation shown in JT'fh tf-bles- showing relative v.i -,: ei.gl h a id ir;ni; rvKeVftYre? of Russia and Japan. Address A. M. 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