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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904.
SIX. X F J I I ft 'CORN SYRUP is not a molasses, but pure, wholesome syrup yzro All grocers, 10c, 25 c, 50c Corn The Great Spread Tor Daily Bread. Product Co., New York and Chicago. Canoe Trips Lake Trips I River Trips Rail Trips EAST TO The Thousand Islands j Laurentian Mountains I Land of Evangeline j White Mountains I , Green Mountains Atlantic Coast. WEST TO The " Rockies' ' j, The "Selkirks" Puget Sound , . Alaska California Also to Great Britain and Ireland, Hawaii, Fiji, Australia, Japan, China and the " Philippines.' ' For further information and illus trated literature write to A. C. SHAW, Gen'l. Agt. Pass. Dept., ' Canadian Pacific Ry., CHICAGO. Notice tc Contractors. In pursuance of a resolution of the com mon council of the city of Kichmond, Iud., the common council of the city of Rich mond, Indiana, will receive sealed proposals at the office of the City Clerk until i o'clock, p. m., MONDAY, JUIA 4th, 101. for the construction of cement curb and gutters, and sidewalk inter ectionc along both sides of South Thirteenth street, iroiu South II to South C streets. All bids must be upon the printed forms prepared for the purpose, which may be obtained of the city civil engineer, and en closed in a sealed envelope directed to the common council of the city of Richmond, Indiana. The bond requfred of the successful bidder shall be in the sum of $iujo.x, and must be fiven by residents of Wayne county, ndiana. Each bid by contractors must be accom panied by a deposit of a certified check for $HM).oo, to be left in the hands of the city clerk subject to the c n litions specified in the proposal. Before bids will be received, bidders must satisfy the common council of the city of Richmond, I ndiana. as to their competency to conduct the work, and as to their resources for its vigorous prosecution. Bids shall state the price per lineal foot for the improvement complete, also for all other items enumerated in the schedule, which price shall Vie in full for all labor and .materials required for the complete execu-. " tion of the work. Said work to be completed on or before the 1st dav of July, MHU, under the direc tion of the city civil engineer, and in ac cordance with t he plans and specifications on file in the office of said clerk. The contract will be let to the lowest responsible bidder. The common council of the city of Richmond, Indiana, reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or waive defects in bids, in the interest of the city, made in accordance with this notice. liv order of the common council. JOHN F. TA( if i ART, Jure 2-9-K5 City Clerk. Notice to Contractors, In pursuance of a rr solution of the Com mon Council of the City of Hlchmon J, Jn- J 3 SUMMER OFFEBINGS Kichmond, Indiana, win receive Sealed ! gates irom further obligations, and Proposals, at the oiriee of t lie city clerk, un- , that this resolution should be present til 4 o'clock, p m.. Mondav. July 4th, l'tni, , . , e , for the construction of Starr brick, or ed to the convention and referred to cement sidewalk on the West Side of South j Ninth street, from South K to South H ; streets. and the North side of South F.fron South Kiuhtn to South Ninth streets. All t'ids must be upon the printed forms prepared for the purpose, w inch may be ob tained of t he C t y ( M 1 1 Kntnnoer, and en closed in a sealed envelope directed to the Common 'r uncil of the City of Richmond, Indiana. The ixnid required of t he successfully dder shall be in the sum of f'.'.omMm.Hnd must be Hlven by residents of Wayne County, In diana. KhcIi bid bv contractors must be nccnni- panie i bv a deposit of a certified check for $100.03, to be left in the hands of the City Clerk subject to the conditions specified in the proposal, liefore bids w ill be received, bidders must satisfy the. Common Council of the City of Richmond Indiana, as to their competency to condrct t he work, and as to their resources for its vigorous prosecution. Hids shall state the price per lineal foot for the Improvement complete, also for all other Items enumerated in the schedule, which price shall be in full for all labor and materials required for the complete execu tion of t he work. Knld work to he completed before the 15 th day of August. HH. under the direction of the City Civil Engineer, and In accordance with the plans and specifications on file in the office of said Clerk The contract will be let to the lowest re snonslble bidder. The Common Council of the City 'f Kichmond. I nd 'ana. reserves the ri lit to reject any or all bids or waive de fects In bids, in the interest of the city, made in accordance with this notice. By order of the Common Council. JOHN K. TAbtiAhT, Clerk. june 2-1) 16 The greatest money nuking inventions been suggested by minds familiar with THE AMERICAN INVENTOR will keep you in touch with subjects ol current interest in the line oi new inventions and experiment. It will aid you to develop ideas of practical value. Issued on the 1st and 15th ol every month. Twenty-eizht pares each issue. Sold at aS news stands 10c per copy or sent by mail $1.50 per year. THE AMERICAN INVENTOR. SamrJe copy sent free. Washington. D. C ilJJ lotel Rates St. Louis Wold's Fair For copy of World's Fair official ainpblet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex position of 1904, address E. A. Ford. Beaer&I Passenger Agent Pennsy'va lU-Vandalia Lines. Pktshtxrg, Pa. I Try the Palladium for job printing. HRG I ' Rival Interests In Illinois Republican Convention Weary of Struggle. DEADLOCK IS UNBROKEN Hire ttnportant Propositions Pre sented to the Convention All De signed to End the Contest. Two Were Itejected and. One to Re lease Iele$?ate From Obligations Under Consideration. Springfield, 111., June 2. The Re publican state convention took five more ballots yesterday without break ing the gubernatorial deadlock and without producing any material change in the standing of the candidates. Three important propositions were presented to the convention during the day, all designed to end the contest, but two were rejected and the other is now before thi comruttee onreso lutions. "liese propositions wefaT First To discantinue the roll-calls and vote by secret ballot. This came from a Deneen delegate but was repu diated by Deneea and most of the other candidates. Second, to refer the governorship back to Phe party through primaries to be held on the same day throughout the state. This was proposed by Yates, but the other candidates were a unit against the plan and it wae lost by a vote of 2 to 1. Third, that the candidates be re quested to release their delegates from further obligations and permit them to vote rerprdlc's of instructions. This proposition is pending before the resolutions commit too. Both Yates and Deneen are opposed to it, and it will probably be beaten if it gets out of the committee. The committee on resolutions in reference to the se cret ballot resolution was practically unanimous in declaring the plan im practicable, owing to the absence of many delegates, but it was decided to get the gubernatorial candidates to gether and see if a scheme for ending the deadlock could not be agreed on. Accidentally all of the candidates, by invitation, met with the committee in the afternoon. Meanwhile the Yates and Deneen advisory committees had separately decided against the secret ballot. All of the candidates except Yates and Deneen said they were win ing to abide by any action the commit tee might take. Judge Hamlin made the suggestion that the candidates re lease their instructed delegates. Gov ernor Yates said that only the con stituents of the delegates, the men who had instructed them, could grant a re lease and he questioned the power of the committee to take any action in that direction. Mr. Deneen said his delegates had been selected under the primary law and that he was not in a position to release them. The committee was divided in sentiment, but it was finally agreed that Graem Stewart of Chicago should draft a resolution requesting the candidates to release their dele- give the committee authority to act on f. TTT, ... tne proposition. v neu uie resuiuuuu got to the committee from the conven- tlon it was referred to a subcommittee. The secret ballot resolution upon be ing reported adversely, was tabled by the convention. The resolution to re fer the guberantorial contest to a pri mary election of the Republican voters of the state was introduced by a Yates leader at the opening of the afternoon session of the convention. The resolu tion provided that the primaries be held on a day to be fixed by the state central committee and that the ex pense thereof be borne equally by the candidates. A motion to table was made, and on roll call the motion to table was carried yeas, 1,095; nays, 407. The 64th ballot follows: Yates, 474; Lowden, 407y2; Deneen, 385; Hamlin, 116; Warner, 39; Sherman, 52; Pierce, 28. Created Painful Impression. Moscow, June 2. It is learned that Harbin is to be fortified speedily against the contingency of a siege. Heavy siege guns left St. Petersburg really intended for Harbin and others will be sent from Cronstadt and other first-class fortresses tor the same pur pose. A painful impression has been produced by General Kuropatkin's in sistence upon the necessity of making timely provision- for a retreat to Har bin. Robbed Sisters of Charity. Pittsburg. June 2 The Little Sis ters of the Poor were robbed yester day of $?,.u00. by a man who represent ed himself as a plumber. When the Inmates of the homo had all gone to the chapej for prayers the fellow mado his way to the office and carried away the $3,000, which represented the col lections made by the sisters to pay for a new buildings Brief Reign of Anarchy. Che Foo, June 2. During the inter val of thirty ho-irs botween the Rus sian evacuation of Dalny and the Jap anese occuuatinn, anarchy prevailed. The local Chinese officials allowed the prison to be forceu, with the result that about 200 cutthroat, had the run ' of the town. . . m fRUCE t..i .OKAL FIGURE Senator Feirbanks Attracts Attention in Delegate Meeting. Indianapolis, June 2. The central figure of the meeting of the delegates here today was Senator Fairbanks, as a matter of course, on account of th0 cdntinued talk of him for vice presi dent and the report that some of the delegates were bent on forcing him to say whether or not he will accept the nomination. The senator was as suave and dignified as ever and apparently not the least worried by the talk that he was to be "smoked out." Newspa per men who have tried to "smoke out" the senator on various questions on which he did not care to express an opinion were amused at the pre dictions that the senator would be forced to say something to commit himself. They realized that he can keep still when he makes up his mind to. However, it was said that no ef fort was made toforce him into an em barrassing position. There was no doubt a desire to learn what ho expects to do, but he is held in such high re gard that the delegates seem to feel that he has a right to speak when and how he pleases. The delegates to the Republican na tional convention had an opportunity today to get a good line on Congress man "Jim" Hemenway of Boonville, who is said to be the choice of Senator Fairbanks' political lieutenants for the senate in case the senator is elected viee president. Mr. iTemenway was here all day, and while his name has become a household word among In diana party leaders, yet not a great many know him parsonally, as hs ha.3 not been a frequent visitor hsre. His own district is in the southwest corner of the state, almost entirely away, it seems, from the "madding throng" of politics in this section, which is the center of the stage. Mr. Hemenway repeated the statement he made when he arrived here Monday, that he would decide whether or not he would be a candidate when he knew for certain that there would be a vacancy, but nearly everyone here feels that he is as much a candidate as Governor Dur bin or Congressman C. B. Landis, who are now regarded as active workers for the place. It is said that Mr. Hemen way has boen in conference here with the local party leaders for the purpose of getting a slice of the Marie a county delegation. The Indiana delegates to the Repub- lican national convention at Chicago met here at 2 this afternoon at the headquarters of the state committee in the English hotel. About half of the members of the delegation were pres ent. Governor Durbin was not on hand, as he was in St. Louis attending the dedication of the Indiana building. National Committeeman New expected to be present, but he was in Chicago helping arrange for the big conven tion. Senator Fairbanks, Senator Bev eridge and Chairman Goodrich, dele gates-at-large, were present. The ar rangements for the headquarters at Chicago were completed and tne a's sessment for expenses made. It i3 un derstood that each delegate will be assessed $100 as his share and each alternate $10. The headquarters will be in the Auditorium Annex and the delegation will have thirty rooms. There was talk of arranging for a spe cial train from here to Chicago, but the matter was not settled. The Hon. J. Frank Hanly of Lafay ette was one of the visitors here to day. The nominee of the Republicans for governor, he naturally attracts more than passing attention, but it may be said for him that he is one of the modest coterie who comes and goe3 here so quietly that very frequent ly he escapes the vigilant newspaper men who are constantly on the lookout for political gossip. Mr. Hanly has been very busy since he received his nomination. He wants to have the decks clear so that he may enter thft campaign free from the worry of pri vate business. However, he is not be ing permitted to have his time for his own affairs, for he has been called on to deliver a number of addresses dur ing the last few weeks. He made one last night before the Indiana grain dealers and millers. Family's Narrow Escape. Muncie, Ind., June 2. Incendiaries destroyed the home of Joseph Ralston, involving a loss of $1,000. Most of the household goods were saved. Mrs. Ralston and six children, who were asleep when the fire broke out. escaped with difficulty. They were awakened by flames breaking into their rooms. There is no clue to the incendiaries. Georgia Style of Justice. Arlington, Ga., June 2. Arthur Thompson, a negro, shot and killed M. L. Dudley, a young white man. A crowd of men captured the negro, lynched him and riddled the body with bullets. Dudley was manager of the City Electric Lighting plant, and Thompson was a fireman at the same plant. Murdered for Money. Charleston, W. Va., June 2 A man thought to ue Richard Young of Por ter's Creek, was found murdered in a lumber boxcar here. It is known that Young had considerable money on his person, and it is thought that robbery was the motive for the deed. There is no clue to the murderer. High Court Hustling. Washington, June 2. When the United States supreme court adjourned this week there remained on the cal endar 282 cases, the smallest number left after any term since 1870. Dur ing the term 449 cases were dis posed of. . - - TIME Gr.D Richmond Street & Interurban Eail-; 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, same hours, except first car leaves at 6 a. m. Local cars leave Richmond for In dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. atod 1, 3, 5 and p. m. First car Sunday at 7 o'clock a. m. Sued by His Doctor. "A doctor here has sued me for $12.50, which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus," says R. White, of Coachella, Cal. "At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine. I asked him if it was not Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy he used as I had good reason to believe it was, and he would not say under oath that it was not." No doctor could use a better remedy than this in a case of cholera morbus, it never fails. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co.; W. II. Sud hoff, 5th and Main Sts. $30.00 to Colorado and Return. Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago. Two fast trains daily. Tour ist sleepi ig cars to Denver daily. No Competition. The uniform success of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief and cure of bwel complaints both in children and adults has brought it into almost universal use, so that it is practically without a rival, and as everyone who has used it knows, is without an equal. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.; W. H. Sudhoff, 5th and Main Sts. Low rare3 to Atlantic City via the , , . T . Julvllth and for certain trains July 10th, excursion tickets to Atlan tic City, account Imperial Council Nobles of the Mvstic Shrine, will be sold from all ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines. For informa tion regarding rates, time of trains, etc., see Local Ticket Agent of those lines. ; ;' rT, v. Fight Will Be Bitter. Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual re commedation of Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, will have a long and bitter fight with their troub les, if not ended earlier by fatal ter mination. Read what T. R. Beall, of Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall my wife had every symptom of con sumption. She took Dr. King's New Discovery after everything else had failed. Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her. j Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., i drucsrists. Price 50c and $1.00. Tri al bottles free. One way Colonist Rates to thf finest and Northwest via Th-? C, C. k L. Washington, Oregon, Montana c. For further information cill on A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44 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. H. W. Hathaway, Elizabeth, N. J. I tried Ely's Cream Balm and o all appearances am cured of atah The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are gone. W. J. Tliten cock, late Major U. S. Vol. and A. A. Gen., Buffalo, N. Y. The Balm does not irritate or ca.i:-,c sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 cts. or mailed by Ely Brothers, 55 ren St., New York. Wat- Reduced Fares to Springfield, 111., via Pennsylvania Lines. June 4th and 5th, excursion tick ets to Springfield, 111., account Annu al Convention Trawlers' Protective Association of Ameriga, will be sold from all ticket stations on the Penn sylvania Lines. For full information : regarding rates, time oftrains, etc., 'see Local Ticket Agent of those lines. If You Want to be Free from every sympto m of f.-iilinu health, (such as lame back, eoug!ui:i spells, catarrh, etc.) originating from stagnant impure blood, weak nerws. liver, kidneys, etc., just try that now 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 ca;;es of con sumption, catarrh, etc. One simpl' bottle proves its merit. TIME TABLE. On Sundays Oars Leave One Trip Later. First ear leaves Richmond for In dianapolis at 5 a. m. First car leaves Dublin for Rich nond at 5 a. m. Every car for Indianapolis leaves Richmond on the odd hour, from 5:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. First car leaves Indianapolis for Richmond at 7:00 a. m. and every other hour thereafter until 5:00 p. m. Hourly service from Richmond to Dmblin and intermediate points, from 5:00 a. m. to 11:00 p. n. Subject to change without notice.. RATE OP PARE. Richmond to Graves $0.05 . 10 .15 .15 .20 .25 .30 1.06 to Centerville . . to Jackson Park . . to Washington Rd to Germantown . to Cambridge City to Dublin to Indianapolis . . Triumphs of Modern Surgery. Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery. Organs are taken out and scraped and polished and put back, or they may be remov ed entirely; bones are spliced; pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins; antiseptic dressings are ap plied to wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in, which causes them to heal without maturation and in one-third of the time required by the od treatment. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same principle. It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly. It also allays the pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of Bain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money, not to mention the inconve nience and suffering which such in juries entail. For sale by A. G. Lu- kens & Co.; W. II. Sudhoff, 5th and Main Sts. FARES 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 jare as follows: j Tickets good for the season, return-in"- any time to December loth, will i be sold every day at $14.00 for the round trip. Tickets good returning within six ty dajs, not later than December 15, i 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 daj-s, 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 rticulars sonsult C. W. Elmer, tickev tgent, Richmond, ; Ind. i i i Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Better than a Doctor's Prescription. Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va., says that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor. If any physician in this country was able to compound a med icine that would produce such grati fying results incases of stomach troubles, biliousness or constipation, his whole time would be used in pre paring this one medicine. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., W. II. Sud hoff, 5th and Main St. 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 reet line from Chicagn to Bonesteel on the reservation border. Send 1 cent stamp for pamphlet "New Homes in '.lie West" containing maps and full l formation as to the allot ment of tl ese fertile lands. A. II. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. Thrown From a Wagon. Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown frm his wagon and severely bruised. He applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely and says it is the best liniment he ever used. Mr. Babcock is a well known citizen of North Plain, Conn. There is nothing equal to Pain Balm for sprains and bruises. It will ef feet a cure in one-third the time re quired by any other treatment. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.; W. H. Sudhoff, 5th and Main Sts. Dollar Excursion Cincinnati Sunday Visit Cool Coney Island, a twenty-mile boat ride up the Ohio River. Visit the Zoological Gar den, the greatest collection of wild animals in the Uni ted States. Visit the Queen City Bath ing Beach, the Atlantic City of the West. Visit Chester Park; hun dreds of amusement features Special tiain leaves Rich mond at 8.30 a. m., Sunday, June 5tl Returning. leaves Cincin mti at 7 p. m. Home Tel. 44. C. A. Blair, City Tl.'kpt Aet. -k . e. - l AOCNT ren HunevuN, W. B. CALLOWAY, G. P. A. HICAaO. CINCINNATI - LOUISVILLE . R., CINCINNATI, O. PENDYo.RVAcm0H ON inOVAT LAKE? Pic ftfflCfFAC SLAN& MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS. The LAKE AND RAIL, ROUTE to WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS TIME TABLE lAt BETWEEN Detroit and Cleveland Leave DETROIT, daily . 10.30 p. m. Arrive CLEVELAND . . 5.30 a.m. making connections with all Railroads for points East. Leave CLEVELAND, daily 10.15 p. m. Arrive DETROIT . . . 5.30 a m. ConnectingAvith Special Trains forWorld'S Fair. St. Louis, and with D. & C Steamers for Mackinac, "Soo," Marquette. Duluth. Minne apolis. St Paul, Peioskey. Milwaukee, Chi cago and Georgian Bay. alo with all Rail roads for points in Michigan and the West. Day Trips between Detroit and Cleve land during July and August. Mackinac Division Lv. TOLEDO Momlavs and Saturdays 9.30 a. m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 p. m. Lv. DETROIT Mondays and Saturdays 5.00 p. m. and Vdnesdays and Fridays 9.30 a. m. Cominrm'iiiir June loth. Send 2c for Illustrated Pamphlet Tourist Rates. Send Jc for World s Fair Famphlet. A1I)RESS A. A. SCHANTZ, G. S. & P.T. M., Detroit, Mich. BO YEAR-." Lr EXPEHJENOS Trade KUnr.s Designs Copyrights Ac qnlkly ;iserTai. our otim':i tree witc-ici mcemion is probnblv p;tei'tnr'e. Cunimi:'!' Uoii9rictlyco!ittdeniiHl. HANDBOOK onPaien: dent f re. Ol.icat aeency for pecuruip patents. P;itema taken lUrouK- Tilaiiu d Co. u... j special noticf, without charge, in the Scientific feritf.::. A h.indsometT tllnstrstpd 'ekly. J srcrt ii -dilation of any scient'.tic journal. Terms. $:i 5 yeur: four months, ft. Sold by all newpdoalerv MUNN & Co.36 roadway, York Eranch Ofllco, S25 F St- Washington. D. C 30j WHEN iU CHICAGO Stop at tha Nevi Northern Bat ha A Hot ml Combined I Fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Cam at all bours. BATHS OF ALL KINDS Turkish, Russian. Shower. Plunge, etc. Tfce fcpest swimming pool in the world. Turkish BathansJ Lodging. $1.00. Most inexpensiv iirst class hotel in Chicaeo. Right iu tht. noari ui Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. UillVAUU Wear e-tate ATE NTS srss will advise you whether your ideas can be patented. Small improve ments and simple inventions have made much money for the inven tors. We develope your ideas or assist youin improving your invention. We takeout patents in United States, Can ada and foreign countrits. Our terms are reasonable. Marlatt & Dozier, 42-43 Color tftl Eldg. Richmond.. r 8 Goers.