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itlOHllONDDAY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904.
) i i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. , Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigot ana cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of rder ' or diseased. Kidney trouble ha? become -o prevalent that it i not uncommon for a MM to be borr 1 affi: .ted with weak kid neys. If the child urin ates too often, if the trine scalds the flesh cr if, when the child reacnes an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment o these important organs. This un.pleasan trouble is dae to a ciseaned condition cf thf kidneys ar d bladder and not to a habit as most people suppcre. Won:en as well as men are made mis erable with kidnev and bladder trouble and both need t:.c sarr.e great -emedy. The mild and the immediate effect o Swa:::p-Roct iccoon reah-ed. It is so'c by druggist-s, in fifty- f-" '.T.) cent and one dollar ti&3k sizes. You mav have a W sample botfe by mail g' free, alco pamphlet tell- nome of swttu:p.Rot. ing ail about it. including many of tht thousands oi testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmei & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and attention this paper. Weak men Made Vigorous IXZDX? 2taMr What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did! It acts powerfully and fiuiekly. Cures wberj all Others fail. Yeuug mra. regain lost manliood: elc! men recover youthful viger. Absolutely Qiiar anteed to Cure WervoHsneoa, Lout vitalitr. lmpoteney. Nightly Emission. I.,osr Fower, either sex, Falling Memory, Wastinc liis eaoes, nnti alit1t"'tn rrif-abvue or eeesse and indifcretion Wards otT Insanity and consimii-tin. Doa't let tlrufidt impose a womuean FUbsMtute Q f'ou because it yields a greater psofit. Insist on hav ag FKFFEK'S M KJiVlCKWK, or send for it Cu le carried in vest pocJet. Prevail), plain wrapper, $1 per box, or 6 for $5, with A Written Guar antee to Cure or Refund Money. Pamphlet frea FiSFFEK MEDICAL ASS'K, Chicago, HI. Sold by A. G. Luken & Go. SPECIAL OFFER - - $100 Scholar, ship for $50. Including complete cour ses in Telegrapny, Train Despa tchiDg, Railway Accounting, Locomotive Engineering and Firing, Baggageman and Brake man. Diplomas recog nized by railroad com panies through out the United Stntes. Graduates holding the highest po sitions in therailway ser vice Positions furnished. Resident or Mail cours es. Enclose stamp for particulars. Address. Dept. G. fjOHNSON'S PRACTICAL PAILWaY. TELEGRAfH INSTITUTE Indianapolis. Indiana WHEN iU CHICAGO Stop at tha Mevi Northern Bmthm Hotel Combined $ 8 floor. Fine new rooms. Meeds a-la-Carta at all hours. ! BATHS Or ALL KINDS. Turklsh. Russian, Shower. Plunge. etc. The finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish iBata and Lodging. $100. Most inexpensiv . trst class hotel in Chicago. Right la tht, v.,,. rit. Booklet on application. lew Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CiMIUAUU wear irtaie Oil Burner. Heats stoves or f urijapes : burns crude oil;o 'tH t'KKE. WriLe National iitg. Co. atlor ii. Sew York, S. V. $150,000 FOR. Athletic ILvents in the Great Arena at the Exposition rOR A ftOUTE XookattheMa or THE SHORT HUES I OTICE TO BIDDEBS. v4)posals for supplies for the use fee Eastern Indiana Hospital fcr isane for the month of Aujrust, received by the Board of Trus ts the hospital before 3 p. m., if. .July 11, JU04. bpeciueations seen at the Second National at the hospital. By order of the board, S. E. SMITH, Medical Supt. 63. H-! ! ! .t ' i v. : . if A WEEK loouru I L 1 t - i LIKE SLAUGHTER Dutcli Expedition In Sumat ra Inflicts Appalling Losses. NATIVES MASSACRED Women and Children Were Slain bj the Hundreds In Putting Down Achinese Rebellion. From Slight Ixsses Sustained by Ex peditionary Force It Must Have Been a Massacre. Amsterdam, July 6. A dispatch from Batavia, capital of the Dutch East Indies, says that the commander of the expedition to North Achin (northern Sumatra), attacked Likat on June 20. The Achjnese losses were 432 killed, including 281 women and 88 children, and 54 wounded. Seven teen prisoners were taken. The Dutch casualties included the commander, a lteutenant, two sergeants and thirteen soldiers wounded. On June 23 the Dutch troops attack ed Langatbars, where the Achrnese losses were 654 killed, including 186 women and 130 children and 49 wound ed. Twenty-eight prisoners were taken. The Dutch losses were a cap tain, twenty-two soldiers and six coolies wounded. HOPE NOT ABANDONED Seas Ccing Searched for Possible Norge Survivors. London, July C. The passing of an other day with no news of the missing boats of the ill-fated Danish steam ship Norge which foundered off Rock all reef, 290 miles from the Scottish mainland, on June 28, lessens the hope that a few more out of the long list of Vrctims might be counted among the survivors. The search of thve neighboring waters will, however, be prosecuted until the last hope has gone. The Danish government and the steamship company have sent out a steamship to search the seas for the boats, and the vessel will visit all tha islands within a possible radius; but the rescued at Grimsby and Stornoway have gone through a terrible experi ence and believe that there is little ground for hope unless an outgoing ves sel should have picked up one or mere of the boats or unless the survivors have landed at St. Knda and Alannan islands. While the stories of the survivors naturally differ in some details, in the main they agree that in the supreme moment there were exhibitions of mar velous heroism, and additional stories of their experiences only add in this particular to what has already bean told in these dispatches. Moyer at Last Released. Denver, Col., July 6. Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Fed eration of Miners, was released here by Sheriff Bell of Teller county after furnishing bonds for $10,000, on the charges of murder and inciting riot, filed against him at Cripple Creek. Bonds were provided by a guarantee company. Moyer has been a prisoner 103 days, and during the greater por tion of that time was confined in the bull-pen at Telluride on the plea of "military necessity." Senator Beveridge's Vacation. Oyster Bay, L. I., July 6. Senator Beveridge, who was one of the presi dent's callers yesterday, left during the afternoon for New York, whence he will go immediately on a vacation of several weeks in the Maine woods. Senator Beveridge will participate ac tively in the campaign in Indiana and in other states. Wind Overturns a Train. Petersburg, ill., July 6. An accom modation passenger train on the Chi cago, Peoria & St. Louis railroad was blown from the track at Oakford, 12 miles north of Petersburg, last even ing, and Thomas Wiley, baggageman, was killed, and a number of passen gers injured. Gain in Gross Earnings. St. Louis, July 6. The financial statement of the Wabash railroad it sued at the general offices here for the fiscal year ending June 30, gives a gain of $1,888,028 In the gross earn ings over the previous twelve months. TERSE TELEGRAMS J 1"'- Ba an W thr b b i nation - ated an governor of I orto Rico. A Rome dispatch saya thsr is no truth in tha report that the pope 9nffered an attack from palpitation of the heart. Three lives were lo t during a flr lucii de- 8ii .. tit a grain elevator ,. freijrt'i bonnes al lio&iou. i'ue loss will reach a million dollars. Populists in convention at Spring fh-'d nomi nated Thomas P. Watson, of Geortfiii. for pvo-i-dent and Thomas H. Tribbles, of Nebraska, for ice president. Unfavorable harvesting weather and i reduc tion of about twenty per cent in world's .li:p ments wer the main causes for ;i sharp ad vance in wheat prices on the Chicago board of trade. The Chicago Tribune's annual report of cas ualties result inz from fourth of July celebra tions all over tlin country record tho total dead twenty-flve and l,u;r itijured and a property loss of $l",H0O. Three daughters of John Yountr. aged re spectively fifteen, twelve and ten years worn drowned in the St. Croix river at Stiilwatar, Minn. The girls were bathing and got iat isk hole. , REPUBLICANS GRATIFIED St. Louis Doings Will Not Affect the Result In Indiana. Indianapolis, July 6. Leading Indi ana Republicans who are watching the situation at the St, Louis convention express the belief that no action will be taken at that gathering that will take the state out of the Republican column. They express the opinion, that neither will the state be given, the chairmanship of the national Dem ocratic committee nor" the vice presi dency, and say the stand that is appar ently being taken by William Jennings Bryan on the questions of platform and candidate cannot fail to widen the breach between the two factions of the partjy. That Thomas Taggart is to be offered the position of vice chairman instead of chairman the Republican leaders regard as practically assured, and as Mr. Taggart's clesest friends say he will not accept the vloo chair manship, it may be that he will be no more than Indiana's Democratic national committeeman. Western and Southern opposition to John W. Kern may result in the bursting of the Kern boom for the vice presidential nomi nation, and this, with the positive re fusal of Benjamin F. Shively and John E. Lamb to allow their names to be presented, would leave Indiana out of it as far as the honors of the campaign are concerned. Bryan's statement made on Tuesday to the effect that the Parker strength is overestimated and that many concessions must be made by the conservatives before the New Yorker can be nominated are taken to indicate that the Nebraskan and his friends believe they hold the balance of power in the convention, and such a condition of affairs, say prominent Re publicans, means an overwhelming victory for Roosevelt and Fairbanks in Indiana next fail. Indiana's contribution to the acci dent list for the Fourth of July this year numbers a total of 1G4 victims, the accidents ranging all the way from death to cuts and burns. Property to the value of $40,000 was destroyed in the state by fires started from rockets, roman candles and firecrackers, and it is believed the usual number of lock jaw victims will die as a result of in juries sustained from toy pistols and other noise-makers. The usual after-the-Fourth sentiment exists all over the state for the enactment of laws against the sale of toy pistols, cannon crackers and the like, but next Fourth is a long way off, and the sentiment has plenty of time to die of Inanition. Indiana will draw from the govern ment about $30,000 this year for use in connection with the national guard. Much of this will be spent on equip ment, the rest going for expenses at tached to the annual encampment of the militia. This event occurs the lat ter part of the present month, at the new army post site, and four com panies of regular soldiers from Fort Sheridan, near Chicago, will camp with the guardsmen. The encamp ment will continue for ten days. President Huber of the United Car penters and Joiners has received defi nite word of the meeting of members of the builders' trades unions to be held here in August. The meeting is called for the purpose of federating all branches of the building trades, and will have a membership of over half a million men. Co-operation between the different branches will be the key note of the organization. The meeting will begin here Aug. 8. State Fish and Came Commissioner Sweeney has instructed his deputies all over tne state to institute a relent less pursuit and prosecution of men who have for several months been dynamiting streams and lakes in all parts of the state. Millions of fish have been wantonly destroyed in this manner, and the fish commissioner is determined to bring violators of the law to justice if the funds at his com mand are sufficient. Socialists Name a Ticket. Indianapolis, July 6. Indiana So cialists nominated a full ticket at the state convention held here. Matthew H. Hollenberger of Evansville is nam ed for governor; Harry B. Hart, In dianapolis, lieutenant governor; Elli ott Anderson, South Bend, secretary of state; Winneld S. Silver. Bluff ton, au ditor; Warren Evans, Elkhart, treas urer; Peter LaBelle, Anderson, attor ney general; John W. Newburn, Rich mond, superintendent of public In struction, Robert H. Jackman, Indi anapolis, and James O'Neil, Terre Haute, electors-at-large. Got Beyond Their Depth. East Northfield, Mass., July 6. Two Yale students, J. L. Goodwin of Burn side, Conn., and Ralph W. Armstrong of Hayesville, Ohio, were drowned in the Connecticut river last evening. They were in bathing and neither could swim. Goodwin got beyond his depth and Armstrong attempted his rescue. Orders Were Misunderstood. Philadelphia, July 6. A head-on col lision on the Philadelphia & Reading railway at Frankford, a suburb of this city, resulted in the killing of two pas sengers and the injuring of a score ef others. The accident occurred on a single track road and was due to a mis uaderstanding Of orders. Two Boys and a Gun. Milton, Ind., July iJ. While the flve-year-old sons of Omer McDowell and Grant Clark were playing with a revol ver, the McDowell boy accidentally shot his companion through the neck. The wound is serious. 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. II. Milton Elrode Room 3, Tanghan Bids gpErmYouRVAcflnoii ONTnEfiDEAT LAKES r&t tit AV u til DT(Jh 0 MICHIGAN SUMMER RESORTS. The LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE to WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS TIME TABLE 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 16.15 p. m. Arrive DETROIT . . . 5.30 a m. Connectimgwith fj:ial Trains frWorf8'S Fair, St. Louis. aud with D. &C. Steamers for Mackinac, "Sao," Marquette. Duluth, Minne apolis, St. Paul, Petoskey. Milwaukee. Chi cago and Georgian Bay, also with all Kail roads tor points in Michigan and the West. Iay Trips batvreen Detroit aud Cleve land during July and August. Mackinac Division Lv. TOLEDO Mondays and Saturdays 9.30 a. m. and 'Tuesdays and Thirsdays 4 p. m. Lv. DETROIT Mondays and Saturdays 6.00 p. si. and Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30 B. IN, "Coninencing June 15th. Send 8c for Illustrated PamphUt Tourist Rates. Send 2c for World's Fair Pampklet. ADDRESS A. A. SCHANTZ, G.S.&P.T. M.. Detroit, Micb. World's Fair Passengers Leave Richmond Tonight On "The World's Fair Special; Reach St. Louis for Breakfast, Over Pennsylvania Lines. Passengers for St. Louis leave Richmond tonight at 10:0 p. in., any night over the Pennsylvania lines awd reach St. Louis for breakfast next morning. Drawing room sleep ing cars; dining car service of tjie character found in the highest class koteJs. New coaches, vestibuled and finely appointed. Through to St. Louis vithoutchanging cars. Other through trains to St. Louis leave Richmond at 5:05 a. m. 10:15 a. m. and 1:25 p. m. daily. World's Fair excursion tick ets at low fares. For further infor mation, communicate with C. W. El mer, ticket agent, Pennsylvania lines, Richmond, Ind. Government Lands pen for Settle ment. in theRosebud Indian Reservation in Southeastern South Dakota. The Chi cago & North-Western Ry. is the di rect line from Chieagn to Bonesteel on the reservation border. Send L' cent stamp for pamphlet "New Homes in the West" containing map3 and full i formation as to the allot ment of tlese fertile lauds. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. On at Richmond; Off at St. Louis, via. Pennsylvania Lines. "The World's Fair Special" leaves Richmond at 10:03 p. m., daily, ar rives at St. Louis at 7:22 a. ra. Through drawing room sleeping cars and vestibule coaches enable World's Fair visitors from Richmond to make the trip to St. Louis without change ing cars Other through trains to St. Louis leave Richmond 5:05 a. m., to 10:15 a. m. and 1 :25 p. m. Round trip ticksts from Richmond with re turn limit of seven days sold Tues days and Thursdays until June 30th at $7.00; tickets for 15-day stay in St. Louis soild daily at $10.50; 60 day tickets, $12.00; season tickets, $14.00. For full information about trains and special excursions, consult C. W. Elmer, ticket agent, Pennsyl vania lines. Richmond, Ind. $1 Sunday excursions, Richmond to Dayton and return via the Dayton & Western every Sunday during the summer season. Through trains leav Richmond every hour from 6 a. m 'till 7 p. m. Returning leave Day ton every hour until 7 p. m. Last train leaving 9 p. m. Go any hour yon wish. Fast time, new cars. A pleas ant Sunday ride, clean and cool, nc smoke, no cinders, no dust. Visit the beautiful National Sol fliers' Home on the line of the Day ton & Western, Fairview Park, Day oil's cool summer resort. Central League baseball at League Park ev ery Sunday. iPfrr" R E h EM1 0 SB d " Day FrL July Grounds on I9th Street The World LARGESTGRADEST.BESTAMUSEMtTiTINSTTTUflO vllirviri'CDVii DrDDCcrirriTnrrDnw STAG, .49 trTT, sou1 L?8 cTl) 50 -"AO-TH C lUTAMUSCMCNT IDKAcT V BU,M" orrict-NEW YORK CITY. w.-w w . m.t, wr wwrnj BUSINESS PRIN Coming undivided, just as it was in the city of New York and incorporated with its myriad high-class features A Superb. Sublime, Spectacular Sensation ! That stands unequaled and uiuivalled in the world's history, befitting the mam moth proportions, colossal extent, stupendous magnitude and enormous size of this Ever the Greatest Show on Earth Reproduction of the Greatest Ceremonial Eveat ever Conceived The Gorgeous Durbar at Delhi Precisely as it took plaee in India before the Viceroy and Vicerine, with fabulously rich costumes, dazzling material, btwildering features and glorious aud beautiful coccommitants, men, women, children, elephants, animals, floats, chariot?, Cirs and insignia, regalia and paraphernalia. Six Surpassing. Superior, Supreme, Sensational Surprises Seen solely with these Shows. Presented this year for the first time after astounding and amazing the whole of Europe ANCILLOTTI, the Modern Ariel In the newest an.l greatest Parisian Sensation LOOPING THE GAP" VOLO, the wizard volitant In his mysterious ride and stupendous flight through space SOLO AND CHICO, the Marvelous Unicydists Dashing down the wide apart rungs of a precipitous ladder on a single wheel, ore upon the shoulders of the other. CONTAINING ALL A CIRCUS NEEDS TO HAVE With multitudes of amazing attractions never before seen. 3 Hours of Continuous Circus Performances. Besides the many marvelous at'r.ictions to be seen before the regular penorniauc : begins. Colossal Collection of Curious Creatures and Creations High Jumping and Long Distance Leapt ig Tournament By the Greatest Record Horses and Ponies in the World. Three troupes of Acrobats on 3 stages at once, Thirty Clowns in 63 concurrent acts. Two Terrific Japanese Slides for Life at the fame moment. Six Champion Equestri ans riding multaneously in 3 rings. Prodigious Aerial and Ground Displays, Tumbling and Leaping Contests, Combats, ltouts and Assaults. The Suckling Baby E'ephant and Mother, "Speck." the Smallest Horse ever discovered, 3 herds of Elephants, droves of Camels, Team of 4 Trained Zerras. a full herd of Towering Transvaal Giraffes, Triple Circus, Double Menageries. National Museum, Olympic Hippodrome, Gymnasium, Aerial Enclave, Court of Games, Sports Arena, Momus' Realm, Racing Track, Acrobatic Plazas, Cycling Circuit, Aviary, Spectacular Am Dhitheatre and Horse Foir, in which are seen 1000 Men, Women, Horses, Elephants, and Animal Prodigies Two performances daily at 2 an 1 8 p. m. Doors open one hour earlier for a tour of the Menageries, Museums, freaks and Promenade Concert. Admission to Whole Show, with seat. 50c; Children under 10 years Half Price Reserved folding seats, including admission, 75c; reserved chair seats including ad mission $1; private boxes, with C seats, from f9 to $12, according to location; single box seats, $1.50 to $2. All tickets are double-numbered tickets one-half is taken up on entering, the ether half is. returned to purchasers, insuring thm the seats, their respective tfekets call for. Private boxes and $1 chairs for sale at J. L. Adams' Drug Store, 601 Main St., and on the grounds at hours of opening. All seats have foot-rests. All tickets sold at regular prices. Beware of parties charging more. New Illustrated Street Parage With Elegant Novel Allegorical Chariots and Floats, Living Tableaux, Horses, Elephants and 40-Horse Team driven by One Man, etc. will take place at 10 a. m. Will exhibit In Plqua July ?, Columbus July 9 l ITT f ' rrT iKiij- on ? 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