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, J- BIOHHOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904.
Notfaf al.
No Matter What Doc
tors Say W e Know
That Heart Trou
ble in M any
Cases Can Be
Cured.
Tb'.rw atfc seven main features of
fconrt disease, viz.: (1) Wenkness or
IjotUIty; (2) Rheumatism or Neuralgia;
(3) Valvular IDisoraer: (4) Dilation;
(3) Er:lm-crnerit; (G) Fatty Degenera
tion; (7) Iro:sy.
Documentary evidence will prove
thousand of so-called "incurables" have
been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles'
I.'ew Heart Cure.
Fitients oftrn 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.
Crnoiherins Spells. Pain in Chest, left
Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Lying
on one side. Fainting Spells. Nervous
Cough. Swelling of Feet and Ankles.
Faleness of Face and I-ips. Palpitation.
Nightmare. Irregular Pulse.
"I have great faith in Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cuie, and speak of its merits
whenever opportunity presents. I can
now go up and down stairs with ease,
where three weeks a?o I could hardly
walk o.if b!0'.:." One year later. "I
am still in good health; the Heart Cure
did so much for me, that I find it a far
greater medicine t.hrn you claimed it
to be." ii. D. YOUNG, D. IX, C'J'i North
Pine St., Natchez, Mis3.
Money bad; if first bottle faila to benefit.
X'DTT Write us and we will mail
EVl.iX' JOU a Free 'irial Package of
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills, the New.
Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symp
tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose
your case and tIl you what is wrong
end how to lig-it it. Absolutely Free.
Address: DR. MILE3 MEDICAL. CO.,
LABORATOr.lE3. ELKI-LUIT. IND.
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"I have been nsingr OasearPts f-r Insomnia, with
whii'ti 1 have been aillioteil tor over tweuiy years,
ami I can say that C'ascarets have given me more
relief than any other remedy j have ever tried. I
oliail certainly recommend them to my friends as
being ail they are represented."
Thos. Gillard, Elgin, 111.
Best For
The Bowels
FIRST ff
M BUILDING
k FOUNDATION FOR FEDERAL
STRUCTURE BEGAN TODAY
A LARGE FORCE OF MEN
Is at Work Tearing up Stumps, Dig
ging Foundation Trenches
Etc., Etc.
a b im-kw w-
CANDY CATHARTIC f
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken it Uripe, 10c, Sie.SOc. Never
sold in bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped CCC.
Guaranteed to ci;re or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 597
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
I Do You
I Want to
Know
about the most deliahtful places In
this country to spend Summer?
A large crowd of men numbering
about fifty or more, was assembled
yesterday around the site of the Fed-
! eral building to witness the first work
on the erection of th efoundation of
the building proper. The rain dis
were dug from the ground after se
it having witnessed the start. A few
days ago a force of men were put at
work erecting a small building which
should be suitable for an ollice and
this work was finished this afternoon.
The rain and general disagreeable
weather has caused a postponement
of a part of the work. Several stumps
were dug from tht ground after se
vere struggles on the part of horses
and men and the stones which formed
the foundations of the two houses
which formerly stood there were
hauled away. Everything to be used
about the federal building will be new
and of the strongest and most dur
able material. Mr. Spear will make
the building one that Richmond may
well be proud of, keeping of course,
well within the contract price, which
is high enough to build an especially
fine structure. This morning the
trenches for the foundation were be
gun and a good sized force of labor
ers set at work at digging them. The
cellar will not be a very large one,
but larre enough for the purpose.
The work is attractii;;r attention of
the passerby and comment is free up
on the work. The preparations have
been systematic and business like and
the work will go on at a rapid clip.
The foundation is expected to be en
tirely completed within two weeks at
the most.
AHEMENT
TO
BE PRESENTED
FOR ABOLISHING OF HOG PENS
. IN CITY LIMITS
AT COUNCIL SOON
Probabilities are That it Will be
Passed Fight Against it is
Expected.
A region easy to get to. heautiful
scenery, pure bracing cool air. plenty
of attractive resort.6rood hotels.good
fishing, golf, something todo ali the
time economical living, rest, health
an1 comfort.
Then write today, (enclosing two-
con 1 stamp to pay postage) mention
tills pHter and we will send you our
l'X4 edition of
4 Mic tan ,:n Summer " I
o outlining V4 pages 200 pictures, maps
h otel rates, etc., and interesting in- a;
formation about this famous resort re '
gion reached via the j
Grand Rapids & Indiana R'y
" TUB KISIIIX4 LINE."
P KTOV K E Y AV F.Q t t E TONS I NO
HAY VIEW MAI KIN 0 I'l
XtiHTHlOKT W'AI LOON LAKE
HARBOR PT TRAVEPSE CITY
CROOKED LAKE
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A fine train service, fast tlrre, ex
cellent lining cars, etc.. from St. Lou
is, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago-
C. L. LOCK WOOD,
GEN. PASSENGER & TICKET AGT
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Low Fares to California via Pennsyl
vania Lines Daring September.
Aug. 15 to 27, inclusive, and Aug.
28 to Sept. 9, inclusive, excursion
tickets to San Francisco and Los An
geles, account Triennial Conclave
Knights Templar, and Sovereign
Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., will be sold
via Pennsylvania Lines. For full par
ticulars regarding fares, routes, etc.,
apply to local TicketAgent of those
lines, or to W. W. Richardson, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, Indianapolis,
Ind.
. Hagerstown
Kirt Hughes has repaired his resi
dence and built a veranda. lie now
has an elegant home.
llairerstown had nothing on hand
for the Fourth. However, rpiite anum
ber had out their flags and many
observed the day by not working.
Lee J. Reynolds is in Georgia eat
inu blackberries and killing snakes.
I .em Bowrnnn bought the stoek of
shoes left by Lawson, whe nhe went
to New Castle. Bowman will add new
stock to it and will open his store for
business July 14th.
John Rohrer and Sol Copeland
dissolved partnership in the junk
business. Copeland will continue the
business and Rohrer is now employed
by Lem Pierce.
George Dutro is the proud father
of a bit! baby
Mr. Thompson and wife of Sulphur
Springs, Ind., visited Charley Keys
and family last Sunday.
William Stonebaker, who has been
sick for some time, is not improving.
It is probable that at the next ses
sion of the city council the amend
ment to the city ordinance on hog
pens, will be presented, backed by the
health authorities of the eity and all
who wish to make Richmond as clean
as possible. As before stated the pro
posed amendment disposes entirely
of hog pens in the city limits. The or
dinance now in effect allows five hogs
to each family within the corporation
boundaries, and the amendment will
allow none. It is said that this will
be a blow to several poor families that
keep hogs, deriving from them meat
and monev on their sale. While this
may be true in a way, there are but
a very few who would not rather
work harder without hogs than to
have this source of filth and disease
in their backyards, even though a
small profit may be derived therefrom
That the amendment Avill be fought is
not doubted, but the health authori
ties are confident of getting it passed.
Several of the eouncilmen have ap
proved the amendment and it is to be
hoped that it will be passed. The
amendment, when completed, will call
for " the abolishing of all hog pens
within the limits of the city of Rich
mond. A PROMPT HEADACHE CURE.
Probably no form of suffering is so
general as that caused by headache.
The value of time lost through this
complaint is something stupendous.
If you are subject to headache from
overwork or mental exhaustion thr
obbing or splitting headache, nervous
headache, or headache caused by in
digestionyou should seek relief be
fore the trouble becomes chronic.
Phen-a-mid Tablets are an invalua
ble remedy for all forms of this trou
ble. They are prescribed by hundreds
of reputable physicians throughout
the country, and are used extensively
in hospital ppractice.
Phen-a-mid Tablets contain no in
jurious drug and never depress or
weaken the heart. They may be safe
ly administered by any one.
Phen-a-mid, the great pain destroy
er, is a positive and speedy cure for
headache and all forms of pain, in
cluding Neuralgia, Backache, Rheu
matism, Sciatica, and is very effici
ent in all cases of Colds. Chills and
Fever. No family can afford to be
without a bottle of Pheu-a-mid in the
house. 25 cents at the druggist's, or
by mail from the manufacturers, Os-born-Colwell
Co., 40 Cliff street, New-
York. 1-5.
ILL,' -Tltf
(NOW MADE IN THE ORIGINAL P0WELL.5M1TH4 CO. EACTdtfAT KINGSTON. NY)
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MICWCUMNOIAS-MNOT- BANDED
IHDIAWtPOLIS.
Ml EFER DRUG CO.
SOLE DISTRIBUTERS.
it
Hundreds of lives saved every year
by having Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
in the house just when it i3 needed.
Cures croup, heals burns, cuts,
wounds of every sort.
What to do Until the Doctor Arrives.
If it is a case of colic or cholera
morbus give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
you will have no need of a doctor.
For sale by A. G. Lukens & Co., and
W. II. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main Sts.
Nothing can take the place of a va
cation passed at the seashore. A spec
ial opportunity to enjoy twelve days'
outing at the most attractive summer
havens along the Atlantic Coast is
offered by the Pennsylvania Lines.
Seashore Excursion, August 11th.
Round trip fare $14.00 from Rich
mond to Atlantic City, Cape May,
Holly Beach, Avalon, Anglesea, Wild-
RICHMOND LAWNS wood. Sea Isle Citv, Ocean City,
vt t r : nr 1 ,t .
Would take on a beautiful green if T L , t 7,,'
Mertz's Bone
now
MODELS OF AMERICAN
WARSHIPS.
Every Type of Man of War Repre
sented in Miniature.
Of all the men employed by any one
establishment in any other line of
business, there are none probably
whose patriotism exceeds that of the
regiment of men employed by Barnum
& Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth.
This how during its long career of
nearly thirty years, since Mr. A. J.
Bailey effected the consolidation of
his show with the show of the great
and only P. T. Barnum, has made a
number of trips abroad to foreign
lands and each time has returned
home with renewed love for American
freedom airi . American institutions
generally. Their last trip abroad,
to foreign lands shrdlu cmfwyp mhr
which was concluded nly last Octo
ber, was for a period of five years
and it took them in to nearly all the
countries of Europe. When the huge
steamship "Minneapolis" which
brought the show back, arrived at its J
his patriotism.
The show had been abroad some
two months whe nthe "Maine" was
blown up in the harbor at Havana.
The rapidly succeeding months in
which the history of the Spanish
American War was made followed
and he saw the rapid transition of
the regard for vast establishment
from a matter of idle curiosity to
pprofound respect. It was the battle
in Manila Bay and in front of San
tiago by the navies of the United
States and Spain that brought about
this vast metamorphosis in the consid
eration of America and it caused in
him a determination to do his share
toward inculcating among his fellow
countrymen an appreciation of the
necessity and a proper regard to the
value of a powerful American navy.
He has done this by causing to be
constructed eleven models of as
many American naval war vessels
representing the various types, from
the submarine boat to the largest ,
man-o'-war. lie enlisted the aid of j
the government itself in this pproject J
and was supplied for the purpose of ,
securing an absolute reproduction of
these vessels, the original Government j
plans upon which the vessels were j
built. Subsequently he secured the
services of Mr. Charles F. Dressier, j
the expert electrician and mechani-1
cian of the College of the City of
New York, who had the reputation of
being the finest constructor of models
in America, to reproduce these mod
els of American navy vessels for him.
the result of which is an exhibit the
like of which has never before been
seen in this or any other country. The
vessels are built upon the generous
scale of one-quarter inch to one foot
and every line and every detail of
these vessels, their equipment and
their armament is reduced to this
scale with absolute fidelity and ex
actness, to that measured by the most
delicate instrument will not vary the
thousandth part of an inch from
absolute scale from stem to stern and
front keel to topmast. This exhibit
in itself is well worth any one's time
and trifling expense necessary to see
it. It is a single item and a single
feature in the enormous exhibition of
Barnum & Bailey's Greatest Show on
Earth, which will be here on Friday,
July 8.
THE GRAHAM & MO RTON TRANS. CO.
Summer Time Card.
Leave Chicago
9:30 a. m. daily
12:30 noon daily
Sat. & Sun. ex.
11:30 p. m. daily
inc. Sunday
10:00 a. m. Sun
day only
2:00 p. m. Satur
day only
8:00 p. m. Sat.
only during
uly & August
Lv. Benton Harbor
7:00 a. m. daily
Sunday ex.
Benton Harbor-St. Joseph Division.
Arrive St .Joseph
1:30 pjn. daily
4:30 p. m. daily
Sat. & Sun. ex.
4:00 a. m. daily
2:00 p. m. Sunday
only
6:00 p. m. Satur
day only
12:00 midnight
leave at once for
Holland
Leave St. Jaseph
5:00 p. m. daily
7:30 a. m. daily
Sunday ex.
6:00 p. m. Sunday
only
Ar. Benton Harbor
2:30 p. m. daily
5:30 p. m. daily
5:30 a. m. daily
7:30 p. m. Satur
day only
Arrive Chicago
9:00 p. m. daily
11:30 a. m. daily
Sunday ex.
10:00 p. m. San-
day only
Daily excursions to the greatest fruit belt in the U. S., leaving Chi
cago 9:30 a. m., arrives back in Chicago on return at 9 p. m., the tourist
having about three and one-half hours to visit points of interest. Fare for
this round trip $1.00.
Leave Chicago
9:00 a. m. daily
Sat. & Sun. ex.
S :00 p. m. daily
Sunday ex.
10:00 a. m. Sunday only
Ar. Ottawa Beach
3:30 p. m. daily
Sat. & Sun. ex.
3 :00 a. m. daily
Sunday ex. '
5:00 a. m. Monday only
1 :30 p. m. Saturday only 7 :30 p. m. Saturday only
! T 1 I 21- TV1 T l-r.
Fertilizer were used euuuuiu , y
Send or telephone your orders I.w ta . lrom omer Pennsylvania
i r -r a- tj.1- i 1 no uiiics sia.i-i.uLia.
io xuiu lviertA. jjuiu puuues xuo, or ! ,, ,
Rural Route No. 8. Send in an or-1
der for a sample if you want your j
grass to grow well next summer.
'The Way to Go."
Every Sunday, excursions via the
Dayton & Western to Soldiers' home
and Daylton, $1.00. Trains every
hour. Go any time you wish. A clean
and cool Sunday outing. No smoke,
no cinders, no dust. 7-tf "
of the midsummer
outing to these famous seaside resorts
is enhanced bv the ormortunitv to
I -
visit Philadelphia, where stop-over
will be allowed on return coupon of
Seashore excursion tickets. C. W. El
mer Ticket Agent, Pennsylvania
lines, Richmond, Ind., will furnish
further information.
$14 Round Trip to Atlantic City,
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.
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 Richmond for In
dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1,
Leave Holland
9:00 a. m. daily
9:00 p. m. daily
0
Arrive Holland
m4:30 p. m. daily
Sat. & San ex.
6:00 a. m. daily
Sunday ex.
6:00 a, m. Mon
day onlly
8:00 p. m. Satur'
day only
Arrive Chicago
5:00 p.m. daily
6 :00 a. m. daily
Lv. Ottawa Beach
10:00 a. m. daily
ll:00p. m. daily
On Sunday above Steamer goes via St. Joseph.
Fare to Holland $1.50; round trip $2.75. This is the most direct and
quickets route to Grand Rapids and all Central and Northern Michigan.
Agents for the People's Transit Co., to White hall, Montague, Pentvater
and Ludington, daily 7:30 p. m.
The right is reserved to change this schedide without notice.
J. S. MORTON, Sec'y & Treas. J. H. GRAHAM, Pres.
M. METERING, G. P. & F. A.
Chicago Dock, foot of Wabash Ave. Telephone 2162 Central.
B. II. 6-25-04
IANOS FOR SALE
IAN OS FOR RENT
IANOS MOVED
IANOS TUNED
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BOTH PHONES 346
STARR PIANO CO. 93
Main St.
R. R. R. Lunch Room.
iliw'L- nr 1'ior Nr All !irfli lfivrr i ' L
7 Mot 7 r'lV a
"Aertite" on the end of every
package of Faultless U Ihe se il of
quality.
New ork Citv, it presented a most
amazing spectacle of men and women
dancing, throwing their hats in the
air and the eyes of many of them
streaming with tears in very joy at
reaching home again. With these
people love of country is more than
mere patriotism; it is their religion.
One need only show the American flag
to cause them to raise their hats in
grateful salutation to "Old Glory."
Perhaps the most enthusiastic pa
triot of them all is Mr. J. A. Bailey
and he has given a most practical
turn in the way of manifestation of
m.
Map of the World.
A beautiful map, valuable for ref
rence, printed on heavp paper, 42x64
inches, mounted on rollers; edges
bound in cloth, showing our new is
land possessions. The Trans-Siberian
Railway, Pacific Ocean cabyes, rail
way lines and other features of Ja
pan, China, Manchuria, Korea and
the Far East. Sent on receipt of 25
cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern,
P. T. M., Chicago North-Western
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