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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1904.
THREE. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths, There is a disease prevailing in this rountry most dangerous .jeeause so decep tive. Many siiddcn - deaths are caused by Pit heart disease. pneumonia, heari failure or apoplexv ( are often the rcsul cf kidney disease. 1 kidney trouble is ai lowed to advance thr l-.idne v-poisonec blcod will attack thf vltal crrans or thf kidneys thsmsslves btea.; do wn and wastf away cell by coll. Bladder troubles most always result fron a derangement of tha kidneys and a cure i. obtained quiI:e3t by a proper treatment c the kidneys. If you a; 3 feeling lxidiy yc cir: Ttko nD rrur.ta.'-. ty t-iKnrf Dr. Ki'.r-.cr' i)vntnpRftot. th treat kidney, liver a:-.' t: It corrects inability to hold urlue rr.di.cald inj pain in paseinw it, rr.d overcomes tha unpleasant necc-:-i.y ci uoir.j corr.pciled I, go often during the day, rnd to get up man; timc. during the night. Tho mild and thf. extraordinary effect of Svo nip-Root is soar realized. It stands the hivhoct for its won dcrful cures of the mirt distressing cuses. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and scl t " all druggists in firty-cent and one-dolla siAd bottles. You may na e a sample bottle ot rfVJ2CT;;U&& this wonderful icw ais- ipig covery and a h rk th?t iS tells all about i, both Ko.nct.f swamp-Koot. sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mentio reading this pnnrns of fa" m this oicer- RICHMOND LAWNS Would take on a beautiful green if Mertz's Bone Fertilizer were used now. Send or telephone your orders to Tom Mertz. Both 'phones 103, or Rural Route No. 8. Send in an or der for a sample if you want your grass to grow well next summer. Tight Will Be Bitter. Those who will persist in closing theLr 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. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Price 50c and $1.00. Tri al bottles free. The Pennsylvania lines west have just doubled their sleeping car and dining car service with the installa tion of the schedule which took ef fect yesterday. Thirty-five new sleeping cars between St. Louis and New York and Pittsburg and Chi cago. The Pennsylvania people claim that no road in the country can boast a better sleeping car and coach equip ment than the Pennsylvania lines west. If You Want to be Tree from every sympto m of f lilinu health, (such as lame back, coughiiii. spells, catarrh, etc.) origi'ip.ting from stagnant impure blood, weak nerves, 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 coi.ses of con sumption, catarrh, etc. One sample bottle proves its merit. Low Fares to Bloomington via Penn sylvania Lines. June 18 and 19, excursion tickets to Bloomington, account Indiana State University commencement and reun- j ion of Alumni, will be sold via Penn- j sylvania lines from all ticket stations , in Indiana. For information regard- j ing rates, time of trains, etc., call on J local ticket agent of those lines. 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 roubles, biliousness or constipation, his whole time would be used in pre paring this one medicine. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., W. H. Sud hofT, 5th and Main St. Low Fares to Chicago via Pennsyl vania Lines June 10, 17 18, 19 and 20, excur sion tickets to Chicago, account Re publican National convention will be sold from all ticket stations on the Pennsylvania ines. For information regarding rates, time of trains, etc., call on local ticket agent of those lines. IS I II EM'I XW mm OASTOIlIAi Beara the lh8 Vou Have Always Bought Si8:r Z&tf SENT TO BOTTOM Canadian Line Steamer Came a In Collision With a Collier. I FIVE PERSONS PERISH More Than a Hundred On Board but AH Save Small Number Succeed In Escaping. Disaster on St. Lawrence Between Quebec and Montreal Occur red Just at Dawn. Montreal, June 13. The Richieleu & Ontario Navigation company's steamer Canada, boud from Quebec for Mont real, came into collision with the Do minion Coal company's collier Cape Breton, six miles below Sorel early Sunday. Twenty minutes later the Crnada went to the bottom. At the time of the collision there were 110 people on board the Canada. Five were lost; the others were rescued. Those who perished were: Alfred Thibeault, ticket agent of the company at Quebec, and his two sons, aged twelve and fifteen; Purser Bonneter ro of the Canada; a man named Bru net, of Sorel, is missing, and it is sup posed that he perished. The collision occurred just as dawn was breaking. The Cape Breton lay at the entrance of the Lake St. Peter channel waiting for daylight, so as to find her way through. She was getting under way when the Canada, making for Sorel at full speed, came into view. Just what the collision was due to and who is responsible for it has not yet been determined, for the officers of the Canada decline to talk, but from the statements given out it would ap pear that the Cape Breton had not got headway on enough to answer her rudder, and that she swerved across the path of the passenger boat, her bow striking the Canada just forward of the paddle-box on the starboard side and tearing its way half through. Then the Cape Beton swung clear and the two steamers came alongside one another. The shock of the col lision aroused the sleeping passengers. The Canada at once began to settle, and as the Cape Breton did not apepar to be seriously damaged the passen gers were hurriedly transferred to that steamer. In the excitement some of the passengers jumped overboard and were picked up by boats from the Can ada and the Cape Breton, but a great majority of those on board did not become excited, while the discipline shown by the crew of the Canada was excellent. Twenty minutes later, when the Can ada went down alongside the Cape Breton, resting on her side in the mud, all the passengers who could be found had been transferred. Thibeault and his two sons occupied a stateroom near where the Cape Breton's bow en tered the Canada, and it is supposed that they were killed in their berths. The body of the father was recovered later In the day, but the remains of the two sons have not been found. Bonneterre. the purser, was seen af ter the collision, making his way to his quarters on the lower deck with the intention of saving his cash and rec ords, and it is supposed that he per ished in the attempt. Brunet was a second-class passenger and no one saw him after the collision. HONORS TO DEAD President Roosevelt Condoles With Family cf Levi Z. Leiter. Washington, June 13. The body of Levi Z. Leiter, who died last week at Bar Harbor, will arrive in Washington tonight and funeral services will be held at St. Johns Episcopal church Tuesday afternoon, after which the u:vi z. I.KITRlt bo3y will he placed in the receiving vault at Rock Creek cemetery. The family has received hundreds of mes sages of condolence, including one from President Roosevelt, which read : "Pray accept my profound sympathy." Similar sentiments were expressed by the members of the cabinet, the Jus tices of the supreme court, Admiral Dewey and others. A Fool and a Gun. Wichita. Kan., June 13. Miss Anna Jones of this city, while returning from church services with fifteen other young people, was shot and killed by someone in the party who was firing M revolver for fun. THE" LATEST COMBINE I Said to Contemplate Control of Na- ti..' Mineral Output. New YorkJune 13. It is said'that announcement will soon be made of a combination of mining interests of America with John D. Rockefeller at Its head. The capital of the merged JOHN D. KOCKEFJtLLEK. companies, it is said, will be $2,500, 000,000, and the purchase is to control the mineral output of the United States with the possible exception of the Cal umet and Hecla copper mine in Mich igan. SUDDEN DEATH Overtook Abner McKinley at His Home at Somerset. Somerset, Pa., June 13. Abner Mc Kinley, brother of the late president, was found dead in a chair in his home. His death came without warning, even to his colored servant, who slept in his room. Mr. McKinley's death was due to Bright's disease, which developed three years ago. The body will be taken to Canton for burial beside his father and mother in Westlawn ceme tery. The widow and other members of the fam.iy will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Ida S. McKinley, widow of the late president. Mr. McKinley was the last of four brothers, all of whom met sudden or violent deaths. James McKinley died suddenly of apoplexy on a train near Newcastle, Pa. David McKinley was similarly stricken in San Francisco and the late president died by an as sassin's hand at Buffalo. t.lob Feared in Ohio. Canton, O., June 13. Clifford Boy Ian, twenty-four years of age, is dying at the hospital and William H. Har rier and Daniel Fitzgerald were shot and cut and bruised as the result of a fight between negroes and white men after a ball game Sunday. Seventeen negroes were arrested, their confine ment being necessary, the authorities believe, for the supprt ;sion of possible violence by Boylan's friends, who are greatly incensed over his injuries. Policemen have been instructed to ar rest every negro that appears on the scene of the trouble. Should Boylan die his death may be avenged by his friends, but the city officials have pre pared for any possible outbreak of the mob spirit. Dundcnald Talked Too Freely. Ottawa, Ont., June 13. There will be a meeting of the cabinet today to deal with the case of Lord Dundonald. If Dundonald is not recalled at once by the British government his appoint- ment will be canceled. In a speech . . . w. , cabinet officer with allowing political considerations to figure in militia ap- polntments. When asked if he had been correctly quoted Lord Dundonald wrote a letter to the minister of mil- itia reaffirming the charges. Blow at Sympathetic Strike. Chicago, June 13. In order to free themselves from the yoke of sympa thetic strikes, which their leaders have determined menace their progress, all the union butchers affiliated with the Chicago Packing Trades Council have withdrawn from that body. The butch ers, who belong to the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of America, number about 22,000 men in the Chicago packing houses alone. Won Rich Rac. Paris, June 13. Edmond Blanc's bay eolt Ajax by Flying Fox-Amie Sunday won the grand prix de Paris of $40,000, distance about one mile and seven fur longs, tnis stable thus accomplishing the rare feat of carrying off three great events of the year, the prix de Diane (the French equivalent of the English Oaks), the prix du Jockey Club (the French equivalent of the English Derby), and the grand prix. President of Peru. Lima, Peru, June 13. Jose Pardo has been elected president of the re nubllc. TERSE TELEGRAMS QnintA Klu ha been elected president of the Argentine Republic. New York i for Senntor Fairbanks for the vice presidential nomination if ho will accept. Tire perBons were d rovrncd by the wrecking of the Ontario NaT;ation Company's steamer, Canada, in the St. Lawrence river. A cloae follower of the German Kinperor ay: "The ptory of Kniperor William's ill health are all Ho-, hutched by financial cliques for their own purposes An Italian engineer ha invented an instru ment which ho calls the telecriptosraph and which will product; in print all conversations held over the te .(plume. Abner McKinley. brother of the late Presi dent, is dead at his homo at Somerset. Pa., of Bright disease His death was sudden, he be found dead in his chair. Alexander Iowie could find accommodation in none of the London hotels, all the land orda fearin a repetition -of the riotous demonstra tions which oaamed hit previous stay ia that ity. j REAL ESTATE Real Estate Transfers Reported by Thomas J. Newkirk, Abstractor of Titles, Oflice in Court House, Phone 1168. .Richmond Loan & Savings Associ ation to Henry R. Seikman, lot 278, Haynes Add., Pearl St., Richmond, $250. John B. Dougan to Dickinson Trust Co., part sees. 6 and 31, West Rich mond, Wayne twp., 17.S9 acres, $1.00. John B. Dougan to Dickinson Trust Co., 84 lots in Earlham Heights, near Richmond, $1.00. Oliver C. Moore to Elmer Lowry, part sec. 2, adjoining Milton, 4 1-2 acres, $2,000. Samuel Copeland to Alexander Copeland, part sec. 27, Jefferson tp., 77 acres, 3.0S0. Thomas C. Hirst to Joseph B. Win burn, lot 49, Grand Boulevard add., N. F st., Richmond, $3 00. Joseph B. Winburr. to Daniel C. Cramer, lot 49, Grand Boulevard ad dition north F street, Richmond. $300 st., Richmond. $350. Isreal Morrey to Jasper M. Brid get, lot 12 block 17, Cambridge City, $300. Nancy A. Heath to Anna Amsden, lot 14 block 9, Charles T. Price's ad., S. 14th U Richmond, $1,200. Alonzo Marshall to Hugh M. Stev ens, part lot 64, Centerville, $1,500. John M. Eggemeyor to Fred W. Shroder, lot on west side S. 3rd st., Richmond $2,500. William Howard Shafer to Abra ham L. Potter, part tract 20G, west 3rd st., Richmond, $335. Henrv C. Starr, com. to Peler Leonard, lot 13 and part lot 14, Hugh i Moffit's add.. N. 12th st., Richmond, $410. Kate Hutchinson to Henry Ros worth, lot 107, Haynes 's add., Ran dolph st., Richmond, $400. Peter Leonard to Carl A. Bage, lot 13 and part lot 14, Hugh Moffit's add,. N. 12th st., Richmond, .$400. Elmira J. Whitesell to Leota G. Whitesell, 1-2 part sec. 17, Jefferson tp., 152 acres. $4,000. Elizabeth Parks and others to Levi D. Parks, part sec. 30, Boston tp., 18.54 acres, $900. Elisha F. Hirst to Willis K. Mil ler, lots 25 and 27, V. A. Coffin's add., X. 20th st., Richmond, $000. Alvin E. Roberts to Cornelia E. Halov, part lot S. Roberts. Brown, ! Sault Ste. Marie, tickets on sale daily, j et ai, add., S. 11th st., Richmond, 1 $12.35 Chicago to Marquette and re- j $75. jturn on sale June 7 and 21 Jul"5' Josephine W. Jones to Herbert C.,aml 19- Correspondingly low rates Garrett, lot 31, Grand Boulevard add.,! X. F st., Richmond, $400. Edgar F. Roney to John Penning, lot 23, Hugh Moffit's add., X. 13th st.!, Richmond, $300. John M. Wampler et al, to Sarah C. Schlagle, lot 10, A. P. Griffith's add., Linden ave., Richmond, $1,350. Announcement. j p, Jfyrick jXos. S and 10 north th street, Ric.i- . T , , . . , . moml Ind" real estate loan' inort' I sa?e and renting business also all I work pertaining to notary public, steamship tickets to all torcmn ports Having sold my fire insurance bus iness to George C. Ball and thanking the public for their patronage would require a continuance of same for my successor. June 8, 1904. Seod-3t Ideal is the "pass word" to the home of the hungry. PLENTY OP PROOF. From People You Know From Rich mond Citizens. The greatest skeptic can hardly fail to be convinced in the face of evidence like this. Tt is impossible to produce better proof of merit than the testimony of residents of Rich mond: of people who can be seen at any time. Read the following case of' it: W. "W. Rogers, 305 south Four teenth street, says: "For many years T followed brick-laying as a trade, and it is to Hie exposure and stooping position when working at it that I attribute my kidney trouble. I had for ten years attacks of severe pain throuoh the small of my back and in the kidneys so severe at times that the least movement up or down caused twinges of pain. I used near ly everything I heard about, but could get no relief. W hen T heard about Doan's Kidney Pills being so highly recommended T got them at A. C Luken 's drug store. I took two or throe boxes and my health was bettor than for a long time." For sale by all deaers; price .r0 cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Pnffalo, X. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. NoiFa No Matter What Doc tors Say We Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Bo Cured. There at seven main features of heart disease, viz.: (1) Weakness or Debility; () Rheumatism or Neuralgia; (3) Valvular Disorder; (4) Dilation; (5) Enlargement; (6) Fatty Degenera tion; (7) Dropsy. Documentary evidence will prove thousands of o-cal!cd "incurables" have been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Patients often have no Idea their dis ease is heart trouble, but ascribe It to Indigestion, Liver Complaint, etc. Here are some of the symptoms: Shortness of breath after exercise. Smothering Spells. Pain in Chest, left Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Lying on one side. Fainting Spells. Nervous Cough. Swelling of Feet and Ankles. Paleness of Face and Lips. Palpitation. Nightmare. Irregular Pulse. "I have preat faith in Dr. Miles New Heart Cure, and speak of its merits whenever opportunity presents. 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease, where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block." One year later. "I am still in good health; the Heart Cure did so much for me, that 1 find it a far greater medicine than you claimed it to be." S. D. YOUNG. D. D., 637 North Pine St., Natchez, Hiss. Money back if first bottle fails to benefit. U,?i,'l, Write us and we will mall H JXJLiJU y0U 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 end how to right it. Abolutelv Free. Address: DR. MILKS MEDICAL CO.. LABORATORIES. ELKHART. IND. One way Colonist Rates to thf Vest and Northwest via The C, C. t L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, For further information call on A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44 Blue Island, 111., Jan. 14, 1901. Messrs. Ely Bros. : I have used your Cream Balm in my family for nine years and it has become my family doctor for colds in the head. I use it freely on my children. It is a Godsend to children. Yours respectfully, J. Kimball. Messrs. Ely Bros.: I suffered greatly with catarrh and tried dif ferent remedies without effect. Af ter using one bottle of your Cream Balm I found relief and I can not praise too highly such a remedy. Miss Cora Willard, Albany, k. Y. $18.00 Chicago to St. Paul-Minneapolis and Return. Via the North-Western Line. $22.00 round trip Chicago to Superior and .Duluth; $15.50 round trip Chicago to im o ner poims. lerieci ly appoint- ed train service. Through sleeping ears. The best of everything. In formation and tickets can be secured from your home agent, or address A. II. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chi cago, 111. totel Rates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair official -aruphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex osition of 1904, address E. A. Ford, Jederal Passenger Agent Pennsylra ia-Vandalia Lines. Pittsburg, Pa. Thrown From a Wagon. Mr. George K. Babcock was thrown from 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 bts. TIME TABLE. On Sundays Cars Leave One Trip Later. First car leaves Richmond for In- iianapolis at 5 a. m. First car leaves Dublin for Rich nond at 6 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 ither 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 .. . .15 to Washington Rd . .15 to Germantown . .. .20 to Cambridge City . .25 to Dublin SO to Indianapolis . ... 1.05 Bears the J hfl KM YOU Have Always Bought Signature of The Quality YiuWant You may not be able to judge meats but we are. "We'll tell you which is good and why it is good. We'll sell you only the right kind. We provide tlic Best Meats sold anywhere. We are just as anxious for good meats as you and our experience protects you. P.J. MILES. 929 Ulain St. A FINE LOT On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. FARES TO ST. LOUIS. World's Pair 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 loth, will be sold every day at $14.00 for the round trip. Tickets good returning within six ty days, not later than December 15, will be sold evey day at $12.00 for j the round trip. I Tickets good returning within fif- teen days will be sold every day at $10 50 for tte round trip Coach excursion tickets, with re- t Hmit of geven d wiu be gold , twi ft we. 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 t "rticulars sonsult C. W. Elmer, ticket "gent, Richmond, Ind. 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- le(1 entirely; bones are spliced; pipes j take tne piace 0f diseased sections of !vejng. 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 bv the od treatment. ! Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this same principle. It is an antiseptic an(j wnen 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. H. Sudhoff, 5th and Main Sts. TIME TABLE Tayton & Western Traction Co. (In Effect May 1, 1904.) Leave Richmond for Eaton, West Alexandria, Dayton, Troy, Pique, Sid ney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati every hour, 7 a, na., to 9 p. m. and 11 p. m. Two Hours to Dayton Leave Richmond for New Paris ev ery hour, 6 a. m., to 6 p. m. Last tlircugh car east of West Al exandria, 0 p. m. Through rates and through tickets to all points. All entirely new cars, clean, com fortable and swift. For further in formation call ITome 'Phone 269. CASTOIIIA. Bean, the si Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of