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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1904. WHEN IN CHICAGO Stop at the Now Northern DmthB Hotel Combined SEoor. Fiae new rooms. Meals a-la-Carte at all hours. BATHS OF ALL KINDS, Turkish. Russian. Shower. Plunge, etc The finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish Bath and Lodging. $1.00. Most inexpensiv. i first class hotel in Chicago. Right iu tht t. n Via ritv Rnnlclpt nn SDDueation. Now Northern Baths & Hotel 14 Quincy St. CtilGAGIieiiT State MEN AND WOMEN. Use Big for unnatural discharges, inflammations, rritatioug or ulcerations of mucous membranes Pairtlees, and not astrin gent or poisonous. Sold by Drag-glsta, o sent in plain wrapper by ezorefis, prepaid,. for tl .00. or 3 bottles S2.75. Circular ent op requefe Evory Woman is interested ana snouia snow about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray The new ril Syrtot. lnjtc- tton ana Surtvm. west NaT- eat Moat convenient. II Clcaaws ustaall;. Aafc yaar dramrLt far It. 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A cold in the head im mediately disappears when Cream Balm is used, Ely Brothers, 56 War ren street, New York. Through Car Service via Hamilton to Cincinnati. The C, C. & L. have arranged for through car service from Richmond via Cottage Grove and C, H. & D. to Cincinnati this in ; addition to their own through service via C, C. & L. direct. Through car leaves Richmond 4:05 p. m. daily except Sunday run ning via College Corner, Oxford and Hamilton arriving Cincinnati 6:10 p. m. This service greatly reduces the present running time into Cincinnati, the run now being made in two hours and five minutes. Labor Day Fares, Pennsyvania Lines. September 5th excursion tickets will be sold from all ticket stations on the Pennsylvania lines to any station on hose lines fifty miles or less from sell ing point. Return coupons good until September 6th. Inquire of Pennsyl vania lines ticket agents for further information. 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A bargain. $100 in cash, balance $10.00 per month. "It's that man Morgan, at Eighth and North E streets. 10-17 SERIOUS SHOWING Criminal Statistics of Indi ana 01! er Plenty of Food For Reflection. AN OFFICIAL QUESTION Tli ere Is Something Radically Wrong In the Conditions AVhich Con tribute to This Showing. Cne Out of Every 2 15 Persons Under Some Sort of Charge During the Year. Indianapol.'s, Auj. 20. There is plen ty of food for reflection for Indiana citizens in the report of State Statis tician Johnson on the criminal statis tics of Indiana for 1903. The figures compiled by Mr. Johnson show that one out of every 215 citizens was ac cused of some crime or misdemeanor during the year. The year opened with 4,151 criminal cases on the dock ets in the various state courts, and during tne year 7,677 cases were ad ded, making a total of 11,328. That there is something radically wrong in a state where such a lare per cent of criminal prosecutions is ordered, would seem to be the logical conclu sion. Mr. Johnson himself points out one great fault. The number of con victions, he shows, is out of propor tion to the prosecutions. There were only 3,135 convictions for felonies and 3,107 for misdemeanors. This means, Mr. Johnson, thinks, that either prose cutors, are very lax in docketing cases or that the people's money is being wasted in docketing cases where pros ecutions ought not to have been or dered in the first place. A CALL FOR HELP Indiana Unionists Asked to Atd Chi cago Strikers. Lafayette, Ind., Aug. 20. Every un ion man in Lafayette will be notified at the next meeting of his union that an appeal has been made by the butchers and meat cutters of Chicago, who are now on strike, for cash contributions to assist in winning the fight against the packers. The appeal comes from the highest officials, and receives the sanction of the American Federation of Labor. There are about 2,000 union men this city, all of whom are affiliated with the American Federation of La bor. It is judged from the call for assistance received by unionists here that the demand for contributions Is general in character. Caught at the Crossing. Richmond, Ind., Aug. 20. While re turning last night from a dancing party at Cedar Springs hotel, five miles east of Richmond, Charles Sher er, aged thirty-two, John Moore, aged thirty-two, and Miss Mamie Hill, aged twenty-eight, all of Richmond, were killed and Bertna Hill, aged twenty five, also of Richmond was badly in jured in a grade crossing accident. The carriage In which they were driv ing was struck by a fast eastbound train on the Pennsylvania. The three victims of the accident were killed al most instantly. As it was raining it is supposed that the curtains were on the carriage, preventing the members of the party from seeing the approach ing train. Wreck of Pennsylvania Limited. Richmond, Ind., Aug. 20. Pennsyl vania limited from St. Louis to New York came into collision with the rear end of a freight train at the Sixth street crossing. Passengers were thrown from their seats by the force of the collision. The locomotive plowed its way through the caboose of the freight train and lifted two other cars off the tracks, smashing them into kindling wood. The engine men stuck to their posts and escaped injury. Leaped Too Soon. North Vernon, Ind., Aug. 20. A freight train on the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern railway broke in two on the grade near Oakdale, and the rear section overtaking the first, James Curran, fireman, fearing a general wreck, jumped from the engine. He was caught and crushed to death by the only car derailed. Workman's Neck Broken. Wabash, Ind., Aug. 20. Hughey Bray, an employe of the Wabash paper mills, fell from a ladder while at work making repairs, and broke his neck, dying three hours after the fall. The ladder was imperfectly placed by him, and slipped while he was at work. Bray was forty-eight years old, and leaves a large family. Death in the Sausage. Hammond, Ind., Aug. 20. One death with three members alarmingly ill 1 the result of ptomaine poisoning In the family of Oscar Borchert of the police force, this city. All of them ate heartily of sausage, and all were acute ly prostrated. The youngest child died la convulsipns. Ths coroner, la inYee tlfatlng. . Murderous Saloon Keeper. Loogootee, Ind., Aug. 20. John Den lgan, a young man, was shot and killed here by Saloon Keeper John P. Davis. Pavis Intended the shot lor Martin Patterson, a youth of this place, but missed his Aim. - ADMISSION OF WEAKNESS Indiana Democratic Leaders Recognize Their Sore Plight. Indianapolis, Aug. 20. The frantic efforts being made by the Democratic leaders in this state to secure the promise of Judge Parker that he will come to Indiana during the car-paign is regarded by the Republican mana gers here as good evidence that their opponents are far from satisfied with the sitaution in the state and that the men w&o are besieging Parker so hard appreciate the trouble which is in store for them before the great politi cal battle of 1904 is over. If the Dem ocratic leaders had any idea that they really would carry the state, it is ar gued, they would not be making such desperate efforts to bring Parker so far away from home that he might say a few words to men who were already stirred up to the point of electing him. The plan to bring Parker here is re garded as one of the by-playc of Chair man Taggart. Taggart, it is supposed, understands that Indiana must go Democratic if human efforts can save it, that he may justify his own selec tion as national chairman. The chair man himself is supposed to be back of the endeavor to get Parker out to In diana. It is a part of the scheme of the Democrats to spare no efforts to mako a good showing in the state. To the Republican managers all the ef forts of the leaders who have visited Esopus on the mission to extract the unwilling promise from Parker are but an admission of their, weakness in the state, and they care little what Parker's answer to the "unterrifled Democracy" may be. Indianapolis is still suffering from the depradations of burglars, and the fact that the extra efforts being made to apprehend the criminals have met with little success, has led to the conclusion that a gang of skilled crooks is to blame for the outrages against the law. The police depart ment has 'been worked overtime for months in the attempt to put an end to the housebreaking. The men who are on day watch have been called on to patrol exposed sections at night as well, and have been sent out in citi zens' clothes in the hope that they can drop onto some of the evildoers. Sev eral thieves have been captured and they have been sent to serve jail or workhouses sentences, but notwith standing these arrests there is hardly a night but that the robbers have en tered several houses. From four to eight robberies have been reported nearly every night. Most of the hauls have been small, and it is supposed this accounts for the activity of the burglars, as they evidently intend to continue their work until they have amassed enough to make it pay them to move to another locality. A case new in the criminal history of this city was tried in police court here yesterday. Citizens living near a carpet cleaning "factory" caused the arrest of John Norris for making so much dust that life in the neighbor hood became a burden. A pneumatic device for cleaning carpets was used by Norris, and In drawing the dirt and dust out of the rugs and carpets brought there to be cleaned, layers of the dirt collected in tho old building used for the purpose. The firm decid ed to move and Norris was called on to clean out. He opened the windows and turned on the air, with the result that dirt was blown out of the apertures- with disastrous results to the neighbors. They claimed their houses were covered with dirt and that the dust entered their homes and ruined their goods. Norris -was arrested for maintaining a nuisance. In court he showed that he was only the employe of the company and not responsible, and Judge Whallon discharged him. THE STATE OF TRADE Review of the Week as Presented by Bradstreet's. New York, Aug. 20. Bradstreet's weekly review of trade today says: Conservatism rules the buying move ment, which, while gaining in force at some leading markets, still lacks the snap shown in former years at this time. The lateness of the crop season for one thing, reports of wheat and cotton crop deterioration, fortified by continued wheat price advances, and revision of quotations, notable in iron and steel and cotton goods, breeds a feeling of indecision. Reports from the great industries show little change during the week. No Choice Yet. St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 20. The Fourth district Democratic congres sional convention adjourned at 11 o'clock last night without finding a solution of the deadlock. There have been taken 975 ballots and on the last ballot last night the figures stood the same as on the first ballot when the convention assembled, almost a month ago. Wife Murder and Suicide. Sullivan, Ind., Aug. 20. Brinton Creager last night shot and Instantly killed his wife and then committed suicide. The double tragedy occurred In the public square during a hand con cert. Domestic trouble is said to have caused a separation, and the wife's re fusal to return . home .is believed to have led to the shooting. Chemist's Shocking Death. Chicago, Aug. 20. George L. Eng lish, an amateur chemist, while en deavoring to make a photographic flashlight powder, brought about an ex plosion that fatally injured, him, se verely hurt his wife, and destroyed his residence which he had lately erected at a cost of $12.00. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE AI-SO OLD BURGUNDY WINE And trfrtc Climax Brandy. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE NINE YEARS OLD. THIS CELEBRATED WINE is the pure Jule of the Oporto Grape, raised in Speer'a vine yards, and left hanging until they shrink and part ly raisin before gathering. It is invaluable Tonle and StrenjCtnsning; Properties are unsurpassed by any other wines In the world Doing produced under Mr. S peer's personal super vision, at his own vineyards, the past forty years. Its purity and genuineness are guaranteed by the principal Hospitals and Boards of Health who Lave examined it. It is particularly beneficial to the aged, debilitated and the weaker sex. In every respect it is A WINE TO BE RELIED ON. See that the signature of Altrkd Spekr, Pas saic, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle. J Speer's (Socialite) Claret Is held tn high estimation for its richness as a Dry i Table Wine, specially suited for dinner use. Speer's P.J. Sherry Is a wine of Superior Character and partakes of the rich qualities of the grape from which it ia maae. Speer's Climax Brandy IS A PURE distillation ef the grape, and stand unrivaled in this country for medicinal purposes, and equal in every respect to the high price Ola Cognac Brandies of France, from which it cannot be distinguished. - SOLD BY DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS WHO KEEP FIRST CLASS WINES. Crude Methods of laundering have no place with us. We are ever alert to improve but improve ments are scarcely p- ssible where work is done so well as it is in the Richmond Steam Laundry Hurry orders receive our prompt and careful attention, arid even with rush work the wash entrusted lo us will be thoroughly treated, and be as well finish ed as though we were allowed full time. D. W. Walters, Prop. 919 Main Street. Fhones 157. Pacific & North-Western Line. The Colorado Special, Chicago, Union This solid through train only one night to Denver, leaves Chicago at 7 p. m., reaching Denver next evening at 9 o'clock. A perfectly appointed train. Another Colorado train leaves Chicago daily at 11 p. m., arriving at Denver early the second morning, over the only double track system be tween Chicago and the Missouri Riv er. The best of everything. The Chicago-Portland special leaves Chicago daily at 11 p. m. with through sleep ing car service to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland. Tickets and full information can be secured from your home agent or address A. H. Wagner, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chi cago, nis. C, C. & L. New Schedule Most Favor able to the Richmond People. Under the new schedule there will be through cars to Cincinnati via C, C. & L. direct; also through car ser vice to College Corner, Oxford and Hamilton. The running time of all trains has been greatly reduced. Cin cinnati is now reached in two hours and five minutes. The north bound morning train now leaves at 7 a. m. a much more seasonable hour than here tofore. Escaped an Awful Fate. Mr. Hi Higgins, of Melbourne, Fla., writes: "My doctor told me I had consumption and nothing could be done for me. I was given np to die. The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery for consump tion, induced, me to try it. Results were startling. I am now on the road to recovery. It surely saved my life." This great cure $s guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by A- G. Lu ken A -Co-y druggists. Price 50c and $L00. Trial bottles free. Jay county fair has always given more than it has promised and this will continue to be its practice. 7MK GENTEEL, HOUSEKEEPER EACH issue COMTAM3 EAVTWiult IUUI3TKATCD OlStUESW DCCORATIOMS ro TLC. EXASVrr MENUS rc AU OCCASIONS, TC fr tS THC AMERICAN AUTHOfMTT on cuomur Tonca and paswoms. cummcmi :auc too. loo ro ya TABCE TALK PUB. CO, Phla. Boucrras wamtzo i 4 X Do You X X Want to X X Know X about the most delightful places la X this country to spend Summer? X A region easy to get to, beautiful scenery, pure bracing cool air, plenty of attractive resortimtood hotels,gooi fishing, golf, something to do all the andVmforr1Cal llVlUg' halth ei?'wrlte tody. (enclosing two i1Jlp lipay Psla?e mention i&'SSftTof we W1U 8eud you our "Mic ion in Summer; containing M pages 200p!ctnres,mps hotel rates, etc., and Interesting m- formation about this famous resort re gion reached via the Grand Rapids d Indiana Ry X ' TUS FISHIN WSK." X. BAl VIEW M Av-KIN AO I'll NORTH PORT V A I liN L K- F HARBOR "T TRAVERSE C1TV CROOKED LAKE A. An train BArriAa . SEtf. , . . " " - MfOK till TT. cellent oining cars, etc., irom m. Lou- X C. L. LOCK WOOD. GEN. PASSENGER A TICKET AGT Grand Rapids. Mleb. MONEY LOANED From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency, Main and seventh streets. Dayton and Western Time Table. (In effect July 21, 1904.) Leave Richmond for Eaton, West Alexandria, Dayton, Troy, Piqua, Sid ney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati, every hour G a. m., to 9 p. m., and 11 p. m. TWO HOURS TO DAYTON. New Paris Schedule. Last through car east of West Al exandria,, 9:00 p. m. Throught rates and through tickets to all points. All entirely new cars; clean; com fortable and swift. For further information call Home phone 269. . ' C. 0. BAKER, Agent. TLME TABLE. Dayton & Western Traction Co. In Effect August 18, 1904. Subject to change Without Notice. Trains between Richmond, Cedar Springs and New Paris will hi op erated on the following schedule : Richmond Leave 5:00 a. m., G:20 a. m. ' ' New Westville Leave 5:20 a. m.r 6:40 a. m. Cedar Springs Leave 5:2o a. m., 6 :4o a. m. . s New Paris Arrive 5:30 a. m., 6:50. An every hour thereafter until 10:20 p. m., 10:40 p. m., 10:45 p. m. 10:50 p. m. .New raris L,eave d:ju a. m., o:ou a. m. Cedar Springs Leave 5 :35 a. m.f 6 :55 a. m. New Westville Leave 5:40 a. m. 7:00 a. m. Richmond Arrive 6:00 a. m., 7:20 a.i m. I And every hour thereafter until 10:50 p. m., 10:55 p. m., 11:00 p. m. 11 :20 p. m. t Last train leaves New Paris for Dayton and points east at 8:50 p. m. ! Last train leaves New Paris for Richmond, Eaton and West Alexan dria at 10:50 p. m. J All trains operated on above sched ule between Richmond and New Paris are through without charge. Yours truly, E. H. Morritt, G. P. A. TRIE CARD Richmond Street ft Internrban Rail way Company. - ' Cars leave hourly for Centerville, East Germantown, Cambridge City, Dublin and Milton from 5 a. m. to 11 p. ixl, returning same hours. Son day, ; same hours, except . first ear leaves at 6 ft. m, , Local cars leave Richmond for In dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1, 3, 5 and p. m. First ear Sunday at 7 o'clock ft. m.