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BIGIILIOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1904.
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There are a great many hungry hearted
women who would attend a baby sale if
babies were ever offered for sale, because
there are a great many wives who love
children and have been told by physi
cians that they can never hope to nurse
a child of their own.
Some of these women who have used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription" for the
cure of womanly ills have been made
happy mothers as a result of the cure of
womanly disease and the building up of
the general health.
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well. It establishes regularity,
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female
weakness.
I wrote to you some time ato to set informa
tion about mv case." says Mrs. Mary Lee Flan
ary, of Dryden, Va. "I was troubled with
female weakness and pains. Received answer
from vou. advisiu? me to take Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and ' Golden Medical Dis
covery.' I took two Ijottles of 'Favorite Pre
scription ' and found it did me good. I had
been married four years and had no children ;
now I can say that our house is blessed with a
little baby boy, born July ioth, by the help of
God and your medicine. I praise your medicine
highly.
You cau publish this letter if you wish."
Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of mailing only.
Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in
paiSer covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth
DcT.nd volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Pensylvania Lines
TIME TABLE
Iu Effect 8 A. M. June 2fc, 1904.
CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV.
BURNED TO DEATH
ON THE f ABASH
TRAIN BETWEEN CHICAGO AND
ST. LOUIS WRECKED
Arrive
11.10 am
3.10 pm
pm
7.15 pm
9.05 pm
11.00 pm
4.05 am
9.48 am
3.50 pm
5.40 pm
westward Depart
Rich and Logan Ao Ex 6.45 am
Chicaeo Special 11.1 jam
Michigan Ky
Cin and Losran Ex 5.00 pm
Cin and Rich Ac Ex
Northland Limited
Cin and Chi Mail and Ex 11.15 pm
EASTWARD
Southerh Ex 4.15 am
Northland Limited 5.15 am
Ric h and Cin Ac Ex 7 am
Louan and Cin Ac Ex lu. 10 am
Mack and Cin Ex
Chi and CJn Special 3.55 pm
Logan and Rich Ac
COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV.
WESTWARD
4.55 am
10.00 am
1.20 pm
9.00 pm
515 am
9.45 am
9.50 am
4 50 pm
7.20 pm
8.40 pm
8.55 pm
St.
Louis Limited
Capital Ex
St L Fast Mail and Ex
Col and Ind Ac Ex
N Y and St L Mail and Ex
Col and Blch Ac Ex
Worlds Fair Special
EASTWARD
Pittsburgh Special daily
Ind and Col Ac Mail i
St L and N Y Fast f
Penna Special (Mi J)
St L and N Y Mail aad .
St L and N Y Limited Ex
Ohio and Va Ex daily
4 45 am
5 05 am
10.15 am
10.20 am
1 25 pm
10 03 pm
5.30 am
10.15 am
7 30 pm
9,00 pm
DAYTON AND XENIA DIV.
WESTWARD
4.87 am St L Fast Ex
9.55 am Ppriniffd and Rich Ac
10.10 am St L Fast Mail and Ex
10.55 pm Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex
9.55 pi Worlds Fair Special daily
EASTWARD
Pittsburgh Speceal daily
Rich and Sprin Mail and'Ex
N Y Fast Mail
Rich and Sprin Ac Ex
I'enna Special Mail and Ex
St L and N Y Limited Ex
5.25 am
5.45 am
M 55 am
4.05 pm
4..1 pm
8.49 pm
GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY.
southward
4.40 am Mack and Cin Mail and Ex
9.42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex
8.85 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex
11.15 pm Sunday Acg
northward
Rich and O R Mail and Ex
Cin and Mack Mail and Ex
Cin and Mack Mail and Ex
5.40 am
3.20 pm
9 15pm
Daily. Sunday only. All trains, unless
otherwise indicated, depart and arrive daily,
except Sunday.
Effective June 20, 1904
EAST AND SOUTH
AM PM PM
No. 2 No. 4 No. 6
Dally laily Sua oaly
ex. Sun.
Lv Richmond 8.45 3.25 8.05
Ar Cottage (Jrove v.25 4.05 8.5.;
Ar Cincinnati 11.3J 6.15 lu.5;
AM l'.M PM
No. 1 No. A No. 5
Dally Dally Sund'y
ex. Sun. only
1v Cincinnati 8.15 4 15 6.45
Ar Cottage Grove 10 25 6.25 8.53
at Richmond 11.05 7.05 fc.35
NORTH AND WEST
AM PM A.M.
No. I No. 8 No. 7
Dally Dally Dally
ex.Sun ex.Sun
Lt Richmond U.05 7.05 U5
Ar Muncle 12.3Gpm 8.40 7.45
Ar Marlon 1.40pm 9.50 8.55
Ar Peru 2.5opm 10.55 lCOO
Ar North Judson 5.25pm
AM AM PM PM
No. 2 Nc.4 No. 6 N0.8
Dally Dally Sun only Dally
ex. Sun. ex.Sun
IiV.North Judson fl.lOam
L.v. Peru 5.00 11.85am 4.15 4.40
Ar. Richmond 8.45 8.25pm 8.06 8,25
For rites or Information regarding con
nections Inquire of O. A. BLAIR,
Home Phone 44 City Ticket Agent
Harness for show
and harness for every
day use may mean
difference in quality
In some make her
they are identical In
strength nd durabil
ity. Ma J
courseore style, of
lng h,ln fancy drlv
our arness; bat all
harness Is made
from good stooK and
every set main tain 1
oar reputation as to
workmanship and finish. All sorts of horse
equipments at very moderate prices.
Tlie Wiggins Co.
TWENTY PERSONS DEAD
And Upwards of Forty in the List of
Injured Cars Were
Destroyed.
Litchfield, 111., July 3. Twenty
persons were killed or burned to
death and upwards of forty injured
shortly before 7 o'clock tonight when
the Chicago limited on the "Wabash
railroad struck an open switch and
was wrecked inside the city limits.
The victims all perished in the fire
which consumed seven of the nine
cars which were wrecked. The injured
are being cared for in the St. Francis
hospital in this city.
A partial list of the dead follows:
St. Pierre V. Bald, Moneral, Cana
da. L. O. Eschadt, 1034 south Albany
avenue, Chicago.
Mrs. C. J. Luther, Milwaukee.
Dan II. Davis, Decatur, 111.
Joseph Harder, delegate from
North Dakota.
James Sanford, engineer, Decatur,
Illinois.
Sam Smith, fireman, Decatur, 111.
Mrs. Perkins, 5700 Union avenue,
Chicago.
The Hon. I. Ti. Mills. Decatur, 111.
The injured include the following:
S. A. Asquivitch, "Waterloo, la.,
internally; William Archibald, Hon
ey Falls, Ky. ; George Archibald; "Wil
iliam Balls, Chicago, fatally; Mrs.
Canyon, Milwaukee, internally;; Gles-
son P.. Walls, Marshfield, Wis.;
James Fizzie, Taylorville, 111.; Harry
M. Cassawav, St. Louis; Joseph
Grein; Lois Gehreg; Mrs. Theresa
Gohreir. internally; Mrs. Anna Ken
yon, Kington, Ky. ; Mi s. Gertrude
Kitt, Chicago; Mary Kitt, age 10,
burned; Joseph Kitt, age 12, burned;
Wilsol Eunocht, Chicago, S. Livings
ton, conductor on train; G. S. Maco
ber, Perry, Ky. ; Miss Huldah Ne-k,
Arlington Heights, 111.; Harry Kink,
Cincinnati: James D. Roberts, Gatlin,
Ind.; E. TL Rose, Riverside, Cal., in
ternally; Harry Ruben, Chicago: Wil
liam J. Schrader, Chir-ago; Frank
Smith, Chicago; Mrs. Frank Smith,
Chicago; Miss Florence Smiili, Chi
cago; Mrs. Elizabeth Weber, Chicago,
seriously, but not fatally; Charles
Ward, Chicago, left leg torn off at
ankle, seriously; W. T. Thorpe, nea
ter, Pa., slightly injure!; Miss Fan
nie Tipson, badly bruised a::d inter
nally hurt; Mrs. P. F. Tennoy, Ada,
Minn., internally hurt; P. T. Tenncy,
Ada, Minn., injured, baek spra'ned. .
Even at midnight it was difficult to
get any of the details of the disaster
or its causes. The train -rtR due r.t
St. Louis at 7 and was runniMg rap
idly to make up a half ho'ir rf lost
time.
Just inside of the limits of Litch
field, the train rushed irto an open
switch, derailing it. A!most immedi
ately the cars caught fire, 1...1 it is
supposed that coals from the engine
caused it. All but two of the cars wee
burned.
The engine after running into ihe
switch, struck a string of freight cars
and, with the first three coaches. wa
piled into a heap across the track and
caught fire immediately. The last car
on the train was special from Wis
consin. It was uncoupled, pushed
back and saved.
The track was reported dear at the
last station and as the train was run
ning about fifty miles an hour I ha op
en switch was not noticed. No infor
mation can be obtained as to who was
responsible for the accident.
Interviews with several of the pas
sengers elicited the information '.hat
the train consisted of seven cars all
heavily loaded with passengers. The
three rear cars, a diner and two sleep
ers, were not derailed. The thcr four
cars were piled up in an indiscrimi
nate mass and with the crushed
freight cars on the siding totk fire.
A rumor spread that otm of the
freight cars was loaded with explo
sives and for the time this h u' the ef
fect of retarding the work of the res
cuers. Dr. J. P. If. Fan-ell of Chicago, - ho
was uninjured, at once went to ill,?
work of directing the rescue and giv
ing medical attention to the injured.
Temporary hospital headquarters
were hastily established in Litchfield
and the injured were removed to it.
It is probable that the exact number
of dead will not be know nfor several
days as the passengers here assert
that bodies were cremated in the burn
ing debris.
Nearly all the passengers were
bound for St. Louis arid those not in
jured left on the Illinois Central train
an hour late. Three of the injured
have since died.
Coroner Gray is here and will hold
an inquest.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Batchelor of Chi
cago who were on the wrecked train,
said tonight in speaking of Jie wreck :
"We were in the chair ?ar in ftie
rear of the train and it did not leave
the traek. When the accident occurr
ed the front car piled on the engine,
took fire and burned. There were
dead and injured people all around
and it seemed to us that there were
forty killed. We did not learn the
cause of the accident nor the actual
number of the dead and injured, as
we took the Illinois Central train for
St. Louis soon after the accident.
JACKSON PARK
The Scene of a Large and Highly
Pleased Assemblage.
Mr. Frank Reagan's illustrated
talk at Jackson Park Sunday proved
a drawing card. A large number of
people took advantage of the fine af
ternoon and took an outing at the
park. The Milton Band furnished
music which was greatly enjoyed be
cause of its excellent quality.
The half-hourly interurban service
was greatly, appreciated by the pa
trons of the road and enabled the
company to handle the crowd in a
verv systematic wav.
"It's a biscuit" especially adopted
for picnics and outings, "Faultless
Soda," 10c.
A Very Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint and every nerve was rack
ed with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy,
a locomotive fireman, of Burlington,
Iowa. "I was weak and pale, with-
out any appetite and all run down.
jAs I was about to give up, I got a
i bottle of Electric Bitters, and after
I taking it, I felt as well as I ever
did in my life." Weak, sickly, run
down people always gain new life,
strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed
by A. G. Luken & Co., price 50 cents.
Saved From Terrible Death.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt
of Bargerton, Term., saw her dying
and were powerless to save her. The
most skillful physicians and every
remedy used, failed, while consump-
j tion was slowly but surely taking her
1 life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption turn
ed despair into joy. The first bottle
brought immediate relief and its con
tinued use completely cured her. It's
the most certain cure in the world
for all throat and lung troubles. Gua
ranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at A. G. Luken & Co.'s
drug store.
A HALF MILLION ACRES.
$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.
Tift CJol-j LVajf do DQeaMfh
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ALFORD DRUG CO.
Aug. 11, via Pennsylvania Lines.
This summer's excursion to Atlan
tic City, Cape May and eight other
ocean resorts will laave Richmond
Thursday, August 11th. Twelve days
outing. Stop-over at Philadelphia.
See C. "W. Elmer, Ticket Agent Penn
sylvania Lines, Richmond, Ind.
FARES TO ST. LOUIS.
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 15,
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.
W. Elmer, ticket xgent, Richmond,
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Monday, Tuesday, Friday
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Consultation and One Month's
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Epilepsy (or falling fits), Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nerrous Diseases, Female Diseases, Night
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It vill be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are suffering from disease.
And if he cannot cure you he will tell yon so at once.
Remember the time and place. Will retrtrn every four weeks.
Mfice and Laboratory. No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, IND,
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Scientific Glass Fitting
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6;00 to i2:00 2:00 to 4:00
7:00 to 8:00
Sunday 9:00 to 12:00
Won't Freeze
Won't Break
Won't Spill
Won't Spot Clothes
josts 10 Cents, Equals 20 Cinis
srorth of any other kind of bluing
. . . - i - KV.U kin. in
I a filt ;- ba inside a perforated wooden tube,
I through which the water flows and dissoirea
the color as needed.
TIME TABLE
Dayton & 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. m., to 9 p. m. and 11 p. m.
Two Honrs to Dayton
Leave Richmond for New Paris ev
ery hour, 6 a. m., to 6 p. m.
Last through 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 Home 'Phone 269.
One way Colonist Rates to the
flTest and Northwest via The C, C.
L. Washington, Oregon, Montana,
tc. For further information call on
A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44
Low Fares to Atlantic City via the
Pennsylvania Lines.
Julyllth and for certain trains
July 10th, excursion tickets to Atlan
tic City, account Imperial Council
Nobles of the Mystic 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.
Energy all gone? Headache? Sto
mach out of order? Simply a case
of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bit
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TIME TABLE.
On Sundays Cars Leave One Trip
Later.
First car leaves Richmond for In
dianapolis at 5 a. m.
First car leaves Dublin for Rich
mond at 5 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 for
Richmond at 7:00 a. m. and every
other 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. u.
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 30
" to Indianapolis . ... 1.05
TIME CARD
Richmond Street & Interurban Rail
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 Riehmond for In
dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1,
3, 5 and 7 p. m. First car Sunday
at 7 o'clock a. m.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: t
WiggU'Stick around in the water-
M.inufnetr.red only by
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TRAINS
Every Day
JInncie, Marion, Pern
and Northern Indiana cities
via-
C. C. & L.
Leave Richmond
.Daily, except Sunday, 6:15
am, 7:05 p m.
U :05 am d'ly
Sunday only, 9:35 p m.
Through tickets soid to all
points.
For particulars enquire of
I . A. Blair. C. P. A,
Home Tel. 44
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