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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1904.
TUBES f ' . VI t 1 6 fJAC'fMAC iSLANP MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS. The LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE to WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS TIM i: TABLE CTWECN 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. Connectingwith Special Trains forWorld'S Fair, St. Louis, and with D.&C. Steamers for Mackinac, "Soo," Marquette, Duluth, Minne apolis, St Paul, PetesKey. Milwaukee, Chi cago and Georgian Bay, also 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 Mondays and Saturdays 9.30 a. m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays 4 p.m. Lv. DETROIT Mondays and Saturdays B.00 p. m. and 'Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30 a. m. "Commencing June 15th. Send 8c for Illustrated Pamphlet Tourist Rates. Send 8c for World's Fair Pamphlet. ADDRESS A. A. SCHANTZ, G. S.& P.T. M.. Detroit, Mich. WHEN IH CHICAGO Stop at the New BSorthern 3 Batha Hotel Combined 8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-la-Cart at all hours! BATHS OF ALL KINDS, Turkish. Russian. Shower. Plunge. et& The finest swimwine pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lodpn. 11.00. Most inexpeasiv i first Class hotel in Chicago. Right iu .tht. h.ort of tha city. Booklet on application. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 QuiBcy St. CHICAGO Near Mate 50 YEAR EXPERIENCE Trade Mrks frPw Designs Anvone (tending a sketch nnd description mav quickly ascertuii. our opinion free whether :m invention is probably pittcnt !. Conirnun!-"n-tions strictly onflcleiitial. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Ol.lest agency for aczuriug patents. Patents t-aken throuch Mann A Co. receive tpecial not ice, wiwout etiarge, m tne Scientific ftm A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest ui -dilation f ony srientltic Journal. Terirra, $3 ; year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN I Co.36?SroaNew York Branch Offico, C25 V Washington D. C I'll Sell It for You. If you" want to dispose of one property and take another, I'll help you with the transaction I'll supply the method of finding a buyer, and finding a way to buy the place you want. Our services are YOURS; out time is YOURS. Let me help YOU today. T.R.Wocdhutfil 913 Main street. BLAZE AWAY Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El orado" laundered collar, "The kind hat don't melt down." The Eldorado steam Laundry , No. 18 North Ninth St. Phone 147. Richmo td, Indian MJm Uomon Rojolco in Hoalth and Boauty. Zoa Phora Gives Perfect Health and Health Means Beauty for Wom enThey All Rejoice in its Wonderful Work. Trial Bottle Free to Every Woman., There Is only one thing for a weak and suffer ing woman to do and that is to use Zoa Phora. It makes no difldrence how many remedies you have tried or how many doctors have treated you that failed. Zoa Phora cures these cases one and all. Thousands upon thousands of letters from suffering women throughout the land prove this, bo that none can fall to be convinced. It is the greatest blessing of the age for suffering women. It cures all irregular ities, misplacements, painful and suppressed periods, makes childbirth easy, cures liver, bladder and kidney troubles and regulates the change of life. It will bring Joy and health and happiness to any suffering woman Just as it has always done and never failed to do. Miss Florabel Blcssincr. 219 W. Lincoln St.. Kokomo, Ind.,says: "lean truly say that Zoa Phora lias completely cured me of my awful suffering; I am perfectly regular now and I don't suffer at all at that time. I do not have ovarian pain any more, and the leucorrhea has entirely disappeared. I feel better now than I have in four years, and I know that it was Zoa Phora that cured me, and it will cure others If it cured me, because I know that nobody can suffer any more than I did, for I suffered death over and over. I would not bo without Zoa Phora, for it is Indeed ' Woman's Friend.' " I will say that whoever don't believe Zoa Phora is a good medicine for women to take, they don't know what they are talking about, and wheever don't believe this statement, let them please write to me and I will certainly tell them the same, if they will send addressed stamped envelope. I will answer any ono who wants to write and find out if it is so. " Tou can use my name in any way that will help you with your medicine, and I will be glad to have you do so." Write the Zoa Phora Co., Kalamazoo, Mich., for a free trial bottle and copy of their illus trated medical book, " Dr. Peogelly's Advico to women." The doctor will gladly give free special advico when needed. Zoa Phora Is for Bale at $1.00 a bottle by all druggists. Laundry Blue W. VV .. ... Grocers a "THVT. 1 nwffif. vcvi i i i i i I 4 I K Won't Freeze Won't Break Won't Spill Won't Spot Clothes ?695 10 Cents, Equals 20 Cents vcrfli of any other kind of bluing Wrzgle'Stick m a stick of soluble blue in a fkftcr bag inside a perforated wooden tnbe, thtanerh which the water flows and dissolves the aolor as needed. DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Wiggle-Stick around, in the water Manufactured only by TVZ !..UNDRY BLUE COMPANY. Oslcegt CATARRH THIS REM,EDY IS SURE TO GIVE SATISFACTION ELYS Cream Balm GivesRelief atOnce It cleanses, soothes and heals the diseased mtmbrana. It rues Catarrh an drives away a cold in the HAY FFVFR away Head Quickly. It is absorbed. It is absorbed. Heals and Pro- tects the MemhrBDe Restors the Senses of Taste and Smell. Large size 50c at druggists or mail Trial size by mail 10c. ELY BROTHERS. 60 Warren Street, New York. MORPHINE What is to Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victors? Can They Be Cured? This question is agitating the minds of the best ministers, doctors and thinking men ef today. There are over a million drug users in the Unit ed States alone, and the number is rapidly increasing. All unite in say- L-gj that a reliable cure is the only salvation. This is no ordinary dis ease and yields to no ordinary drugs r methods of treatment. We now offer our treatment which we guaran- ' n 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. Cotel Bates St. Louis World's Fair. For copy of World's Fair official rfimphlet, naming Hotel accommoda ions and rates during Universal Ex position of 1904, address E. A. Ford, Jeueral Passenger Agent Penrjeyjva-ria-Vandalia lines, Pittsburg, Pa. l (Patented) AN ABLE JUDGE Conscientious Devotion to Duty Has Characterized Indiana Jurist. John V. Hadley was born on a farm in Hendricks county, Indiana, Oct. 31, 1843. He left Butler University In 1861, at the close of his sophomore year, and joined the army as a private in the Seventh Indiana Infantry. He was wounded in the second battle of Bull Run August 29, 1862. In Novem ber, 1862, he was promoted from the ranks to a first lieutenancy, and was shortly thereafter detailed on the staff of General James C. Rice. He was again seriously wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness, May 5, 1864, and left upon the field as mortally in jured. He was afterward conveyed by the enemy to a Confederate field hospital, from which hospital he es caped, but after two days' efforts in trying to gain the Union lines was recaptured and sent south, and was a prisoner at Macon and Savannah, Ga and Charleston and Columbia, S. C, JOHN V. HADLEY. from which latter place he escaped on the 4th day of November, 1864, with three others and successfully entered the Union lines at Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 10, 1864. An account of this ex ploit was published by Charles Scrib ner's Sons in 1S98 in a neat volume of the Ivory Series entitled "Seven Months a Prisoner," the dedication of which volume is to his mother in these words: "To the memory of my wid owed mother, who bore the chief bur den of sorrow while the events chron icled herein were passing, this volume is affectionately inscribed." Judge Hadley was discharged from the army in 1865, and upon his return to civil life at once began the study of law. He was admitted to the bar in June, 1866, married and settled in Dan ville.' He continued practicing his profession in that city until the fall of 1888, when he was elected to the circuit bench of Marion and Hendricks counties. Upon the division of the cir cuit he was re-elected to the Hendricks Circuit Bench in 1894, and from that to the Supreme Bench in 1898. His service on the Supreme Bench has been characterized by a spirit of con scientious devotion to duty. Judge Hadley has demonstrated unusual le gal ability and the possession of the judicial temperament, and has won the confidence and esteem of all those having to do with the affairs of the Supreme Court. CORDIALLY APPROVED. Prohibition State Convention Makes a Hit With Organ of Liquor Trade. "Our Standard," the organ of the local retail liquor dealers' associac tion of Indiana, gives its cordial en dorsement to the work accomplished by the recent state convention of Pro hibitionists in Indiana. In its issue of April 25 "Our Standard" says: "The editor of Our Standard has fre quently asserted that no conscientious saloon keeper can honestly object to the methods employed by the Prohibi tion party in Indiana. A great many condemn because they do not under stand. "The recent convention of the Prohi bitionists of this State passed resolu tions that with a little pruning will look well on the minutes of every liquor dealers' meeting in this State. That party goes on record as endors ing the very statements made by the editor of Our Standard to the temper ance committee of the legislature that passed the Nicholson bill in '95. "The sentiment expressed in the platform of the Prohibition convention should be an incentive to the liquor men to get in line for their own pro tection and defense." An Admirable Candidate. Hon. Frank Hanly is an admirable oandidate tor governor. He is a man of clean character, sterling worth and splendid ability, a man who came up from the humbler walks of life by dint of hard work and unfaltering energy. He is a man of the people and in thor ough sympathy with those who toil whether in fields, shops or factories, and as governor it may be depended upon that no class will receive aught but the kindest consideration and fair est treatment at his hands. Middle town News. Most of the newspapers pretending to represent the reorganizers are now saying and repeating the statement that the Democratic party would be better off if W. J. Bryan would leave It. A queer thing about this is that it is offered by the element that did leave the Democratic party and now pretend that they have come back to it, not as penitents, but as blistering brag garts who, in the classic phrase of the times, assume to be "the whole thing." A more impudent exhibition has never been seen in the history of politics, and the history of politics Is filled with a great many presumptlous things. DUBLIN Mrs. Ernest Reid of Richmond was here over Sunday visiting par ents, and friends. Mrs. Kate Schooley visited her friend, Mrs. Emma Myers, of Ger mantown over Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Gilmore of Richmond has been the guest of her friend, Mrs. Dr. Day for several days. Miss Nellie Graves accompanied Mrs. Hortense Ellabarger to St. Lou is last week. Mrs. Ellabarger had been here on quite a visit. Mrs. Nellie Lamb of California has been here and other places for a month visiting her mother and many other friends. Mrs. Stella Cranor from near Econ omy is here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bushman and a host of old friends. Frank Ervin went to Indianapolis Saturday to see a cousin who is quite sick with typhoid fever. Miss Lora Henley went to Rich mond Saturday and remained over Sunday. A strawberry and ice cream fes tival was had at the Christian church Saturday evening on which occasion everything was better than was ex pected. Everything was sold out by ten o'clock. E. G. Moore's new house is a some what new style or pattern for Dublin. It is now assuming a shape which no doubt is an up-to-date one. Mrs. Dr. Lizzie Mitchell and child of Everton, Ind., were here recently visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell and many other old friends and neighbors. Frank Oler who has been in the grasp of typhoid fever for several weeks, is rapidly recovering. Mrs. Martha Canutt, two and a half miles southwest of town, has brought her demented son, Harry, home for a short stay from Easthaven, as it is her custom to bring him home for a month or more every summer. While here she has to employ a man to take charge of him all the time, as he would not be safe in many res pects. We will simply say that the present prospects for an abundant yield of everything, with but little exception, has never been better at this season of the year. This applies to everything exeept wheat, and even the wheat harvest will be better by far than was looked for in early spring. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., loledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm. West & Tmax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent fltpee. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Drusrgists. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Drives away sickness, sorrow and care Makes the beggar man a millionaire; Makes the heart grow strong and true That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. NEW MARCH AND TWO-STEP. Dr. C. L. Davis of this city has is sued a new piece of music entitled "Souvenir March," a World's Fair Military march and Two Step. It is "Most respectfully and officially ded icated to Mr. Geo. M. Stewart, Direc tor of Bureau of usic World's Fair, St. Louis." It is published by the up-to-date Music Co., of this city. 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 Sts. One way Colonist Rates to the finest and Northwest via The C, C. k L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, tc. For further information call on A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44 Less than 3 months on the market the "Ideal Bread" has more than double the sale of any other loaf baked in the city. HOI? HAMY VOTES WILL BE CAST Awards for Those Estimating Near est the Winning Vote in the Presidential Election fl904. The Florodora Tag Company has made arrangements for the distribu tion of 10,855 cash awarU, aggre gating $145,000, among those - who estimate nearest the vote cast for the winning candidate for President of theUnited States in the election, Tuesday, November 8, 1904. The only conditions imposed are that there shall be sent with the estimate five of the tags or five of the whole coupons or ten half coupons or ten of the ci gar bands of the kind tVat are being redeemed by the manufacturers through the Florodora Tag Company, and all estimates must be received not later than November 5, 1504. Further information, which will be useful in making estima, together with estimate blanks, will be furnish ed by the Florodora Tag Company, Jersey City, N. J., on receipt of two et-i.-ts for po-ir.ge. $27.50 Hot Springs, S. D. $30.70 Deadwood and Lead, and return, from Chicago daily, via the Chicago & North-Western Ry. Correspondingly low rates from other points. The Black Hills regien, the great natural sanitarium of the west, is one of the most picturesque spots in the world aiad well worth a visit. Information and tickets can be se cured from your home agent. Illus trated Black Hills booklet with valu able map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, Chicago. When buying bread loak for name Richmond Baking Co. en tag, it is the signal of quality. the the Through Passenger Service to North Michigan Resorts. Through passenger service to North Michigan resorts over Pennsylvania lines will be established via Richmond and the G., R. & I. "The Fishing Line" June 26 for fhe summer of 1904. "The Northland Limited," a solid train of Pullman sleeping cars and coaches through to the Maekinae region, leaving Richmond about 9 :15 p. m. daily. Also has sleeping ear through Traverse City te Northport over the new line. Breakfast served in the dining car. "The Michigan Express," with sleeping cars through to Mackinaw City, and parlor car to Grand Rapids, leaves Richmond 3:00 p. m., week daj's. Information about season tourist tickets at speeial fares and 15-day round-trip tickets may be obtained from C. W. Elmer, ticket agent, Pennsylvania lines, Richmond, Ind. MONEY LOANED From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency, Main and seventh streets. The North-Westera Line Russia-Japan Atlas. 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 ':i wth tables showing relative .'Miii naval strength and fina& dur resources of Russia and Japan. Address A. M. Waggner, 23 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. ooooooooooo o o o o o o DON'T FAIL To Attend the O o Friendly o BENEFIT BALL q o o o o o O O o o Given for g DAVE MILLER, O THURSDAY, June 23 O o O I. O. O. F. HALL o o o o o o o O O o o o Music by the HARTZLER'S. Tickets 25 Cents. o OOOOOOOOOOO THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating QUESTION . . . . .the men. Not bothering us much, however. Carpents Cleaned by a New Piocesa. shirtwaists, we will do the launder ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUN DRY Two Packages Of Lucas Cold Water Paint Cost ing One Dollar, will coat your Bathroom, Pantry or Kitchen, Walls and Ceiling ----- The effect will delight you. IS IT NOT WORTH A TRIAL IIORNADAY'S Hardware Store, Phone 199. 816 Main St. Oust Two Boats" DETCBjaiT& BUFFALO DETROIT fe BUFFA O. THE LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE WORLD'S FAIR, SI- LOU1S DAILY SERVICE, MAY 26th Improved Express Service (14 hoars) Between DETROIT and BUFFALO Leave DETROIT Daily - 4.00 P. M. Arrive BUFFALO " - 7.30 A k. M. Connecting with Esrliegt Trains for all Points in IEW YOKK, r-fc.VSLYANH and 5EW EKfcLASD STATES. Leave BUFFALO Daily . 5.30 P. M. Arrive DETROIT - 7.30 A.M. Connecting with Fast Exprmis Trains for WORLD'S FA1K. T. J.OMS and THE WEST, with D. fc C. N. Co. for Barklnae I.land and Kof-thern Mirklcaa Eeaarta. Rate between I-troit and Buffalo S. SO one war, fi.&O round trip. Berths tl.OO, $1.60; Stateraoma $i. 50 eaea direction. 5end 2c Stamp World's Fair Illustrated Pamphlet. Send 2c Stamp Tourist Pamphlet Rates. q RAIL TICKETS HONORED ON STEAMERS First-class. Second-class, Tourist Special. Conventions (World's Fair, St. Louis) reading via Oracd Trnmk Hj. or Michisan Central Ry. between BUFFALO and DETROIT will be accepted for A. A. SeAantt, ti. S. 4 Transportation on D. & B. Stma. t P- T. M., Droit,Mck. p QjATENTS Consult us. We will aHvise 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 countries. Our terms are reasonable. Marlatt & Dossier, 42-43 Colorlal Bldg. Richmond A FINE On Street Car Line In Boulevard Addition AT A BARGAIN W. H, Bradbury & Son Westcott Block. MONEY TO LOAN. 5 and 6 per cent. Interest FIRE INSURANCE, In the leading companies. Managers for the EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. THE 0. B. FULGHAM AGENCY O. B. Fulgham. H. Milton Elrode Room 3, Yaughan Bldg, r - La