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.RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1904.
SEVER (DfCJH MUfN May be gone and yet the remaining lung will be amply sufficient to sustain a vigor ous vitality. As a general thing few peo ple make more use of both lungs than is equivalent to a healthy use of one lung. These facte are all in the favor of the tnan or woman with weak lungs, even when disease has a strong grip on them. . M Many a person FT living in health to - day has tne lungs marked by the healed scars of disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes weak lungs strong. It cures obstinate, deep seated coughs, bronchitis, bleed ing lungs and other conditions, Nfl- wmcn, ii negicci ed or unskilfully a treated, find a fatal termination in consumption. " I had been troub led with lung dis ease aud pleurisy for a number of years and the trouble had almost become chronic," writes A. S. Elam, of Howe. la. " Had several kinds of medicine from different physicians without At last wrote to Dr. R. V. Pierce much benefit. and got hi. advice, aud beean using his ' Golden Medical Discovery.' I have used twentv-five bottles. When I commenced taking it I had nc appetite, my system was completely run-down had no ambition to do anything. Now I feel better than I did before I got sick. Have a good appetite and am able to do mv work. I sin cerely recommend Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to all who are afflicted as I was." Those who suffer from chronic dis eases are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free All correspondence strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the action of the Discovery." Pensylvania Lines TV TIME TABLE In Effect 8 A. M. June 29, 1904. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV. Arrive westward Depart Rich and Logan An Ex 6.45 am 11.10 am Chicago Special 11.15 am 3.10 pm Michigan t pm ' Cin and Logan Ex 5.00 pm 7.15 pm Cin and Rich Ac Ex 9.05 pm Northland Limited 11.00 pm Cin and Chi Mail and Ex 11.15 pm EASTWARD 4.05 am Southern Ex 4.15 am Northland Limited 5.15 am Rich and Cin Ac Ex 7.00 am 9.43 am Logan and Cin Ac Ex 10.10 am Mack and Cin Ex 3.5o pm Chi and Cin Special 3.55 pm 5.40 pm Logan and Rich Ac COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. WESTWARD St. Louis Limited Capital Ex 8t L Fast Mail and Ex Col and Ind Ac Ex N Y and St L Mail and Ex 4 45 am 5.05 am 10.15 am 10.20 am 1 25 pm 4.b5 am 10.00 am 1.20 pm 9.0 pm VUrlds Fair Special 10 03 pm EASTWARD Pittsburgh Special daily 5.80 am Ind and Col Ao Mail an "t 10.15 am 8t L and N Y Fas ' Penna Ppecial (M .) St L and N Y Mail aad & 7 30 pm St L and N Y Limited Ex Ohio and Ya Ex daily 9,00 pm 6-15 am fl.45 am 9.50 am 4 50 pm 7 20 pm 8.40 pm 8.55 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD St L Fast Ex 4.87 am 9.55 am 10.10 am 10.55 pm 9.55 pm Sprinsrfd and Rich Ac St L Fast Mail and Ex Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex Worlds Fair Special daily EASTWARD Pittsburgh Speeeal daily 5.25 am Rich and Sprin Mail and Ex 5.45 am N Y Fast Mail 9 55 am Rich and Sprin Ac Ex 4.05 pm Penna Special Mail and Ex 4.53 pm St L and N Y Limited Ex 8.49 pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. SOUTHWARD 4.40 am Mack and Cin Mail and Ex .42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex S.85 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 11.15 pm Sunday AcJ NORTHWARD Rich and O R Mail and Ex 5.40 am Cin and Mack Mail and Ex '8.20 pm Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 9 15pm Daily. gPunday only. All trains, unless otherwise indicated, depart and arrive daily, xcept Sunday. C. W. ELER, Pass. & Tkt Agt. Effective August 7th, 1904 EAST AND SOUTH 'AM PM PM No. 2 No. 4 No. Daily Dally Sun only ex. Sun. L.T Richmond 9.05 4.05 8.15 Ar Cottage Grove 9.45 4.45 8.58 Ar Cincinnati, 11.35 6.45 11.00 AM PAl PM No. 1 No.8 No 5 Daily Dally Sund'y ex.Sun. only iiv Cincinnati 7.55 4 15 7.00 Ar Cottage Grove 9 45 8.05 8.5S at Richmond 10.45 6.45 8.40 NORTH AND WEST AM PM AM PM No. 1 No. 8 No. 7 No. 5 Dally Dally Daily Sun. ex.Sun ex.Sun only iiT Richmond.. 10.45 6.45 7.00 8.40 Ar M uncle ...12.15pm 8.15 8.83 11.10 Ar Marloa ... 1.25pm 9.20 9.41 12.15 Ar Peru 2.80pm 10.80 10.45 1.25 Am N.Juds'n.. 4.5opm am Ar Griffith.... 6.25pm AM AM PM PM No. 2 Nc.4 No. 6 No.8 Dally Dally Sua only Dally ex. Sun. ex.Sun Ar. Griffith .... 8.85 Lv.North Judson 10.10 LV. Peru 5.25 12.20 4.85 4.50 Ar. Richmond V.05 4.( 8.15 8.85 No. 4 carries through coach via Cottage Grove and C. H.& l. for College Corner, Oxford, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Ferrates or Information regarding con aectlAis Inquire of C.A.BLAIR, Hoaie Phone 44 Pass, and Ticket Agt. NIAGARA FALLS Bound Trip From Richmond via Penn sylvania Lines. August 25th is the date of the an nual excursion J to Niagara Falls. Bound trip fare will be $8.50 from Richmond. For particulars apply to C W. Elmer, Ticket Agent. , I. TO THE BITTER END Port Arthur Fleet Is Under Instructions to Die Fighting. FINAL STRUGGLE NEAR When the Fortress Fulls the Fleet Will Make One More Desperate Sortie. IT This Be Impracticable Then Its Men Must Compass Its Destruction. Tokio, Aug. 20. According to a re port from the watch tower near Port Arthur a Russian gunboat of the Ot vajni type struck a mine and sank off Liaoti promontory at 7:52 p. m., yes terday. St. Petersburg Aug. 20. Acute anx iety prevails regarding the situation at Port Arthur on account of the desper ate character of the fighting reported as taking place, though the war office does not seem to believe that danger of the fall of the fortress is so immi nent as is generally asserted. Accord ing to reports received by the war of fice, there is still an ample supply of ammunition and provisions there, and while it is true that the Japanese prob ably outnumber the defenders six or seven fold, the great strength of the fortifications, it is believed, will do much to make up for the disparity of numbers. Upon one point there is absolute unanimity here namely, that if the fortress falls the fleet will not fall into the hands of the Japanese. On this point the admiralty's Instructions are of the most imperative character. Vice Admiral Prince Ouktomsky has been ordered," should the worst come, to sally forth for a desperate struggle, and there is no question here that these instructions will be carried out both in letter and in spirit, but if for any reason a final sortie proves to be impossible the admiral is to destroy his ships and to make certain that their wreckage shall be absolutely ir reparable. In the meantime Vice Admiral Ro jestvesky's Baltic squadron, including the battleship Orel, is standing off Cronstadt with steam up. It is popu larly expected that the squadron will sail at any hour, and it is quite true that it is ready for almost immediate departure, but regarding the question of sailing there is a difference of opin ion among the naval authorities. It is held on the one hand that the Immedi ate sailing of the squadron would be the best policy on the theory that should it arrive within two months it would find Vice Admiral Togo's fleet in an infinitely worse condition than if the Japanese were allowed the whole winter to repair and refit the ships. The advocates of an immediate sail ing hold that the port of Vladivostok is capable of receiving the squadron, even should entrance to Port Arthur prove to be impracticable and they wish to treat the Port Arthur squadron for the present as a negligible quan tity, letting the Baltic sea vessels meet the Japanese in the present weakened condition, without relying for any cer tain assistance either on Vice Admiral Oukotomsky or Vice Admiral Skryd loff. Other officials hold that it would be unwise to risk sending the Baltic squadron to the far East until the sit uation at Port Arthur has been cleared and until it Is known what conditions the squadron would be likely to find on its arrival. MUST LEAVE OR DISARM Shanghai Wants No Bone of Conten tion in Its Harbor. Shanghai, Aug. 20. Despite the tao tai's decision to allow the Russian tor pedo boat destroyer Grozovoi and the cruiser Askold to remain in port for what would be considered a reasonable length of time to make repairs, the Japanese consul general has made three demands that the vessels either leave port or disarm. The ships are carefully guarded by custom officials and lighters are waiting to coal the As kold. Semi-official reports say that the Japanese fleet will make a demonstra tion outside the harbor on Tuesday. The neutral consuls believe the Jap anese threat to seize the vessels Is a bluff. A pacific end of the controver sy Is anticipated. The damage to the Askold is greater than expected and cannot be repaired under three weeks. Town In Danger of Destruction. Greensboro, Ind., Aug. 20. Fire de stroyed two houses and a barn in the main street of the town, with a loss of $3,500. There was no fire protection except a bucket brigade, and the town narrowly escaped serious loss. Sample of Moorish Treachery. Algiers, 'August 20. Eighty-three horsemen sent by the Moorish pre tender Bu Hamara to Chief Amaba of the Beni Buzzagira tribe, to ask his daughter in marriage, were treacher ously murdered by the chief. Death for Highway Robbers. Havana, Aug. 20. The supreme court has confirmed the death sentence Imposed on three negroes convicted of highway robbery and murder at Guara. They will be garrotted. SOLDIERS IN BATTLE Ofalo National Guardsmen and Regu lars In Deadly Clash. Athens, Ohio, Aug. 20. Regular army soldiers, said to be members of a cavalry troop connected with the First brigade at Camp Armitage near this city, last night attacked members of a provost guard of patrols made uo of members of Company D, Fifth Ohio national guard, Cleveland, and one man was killed and three wounded, the latter all being national guards men. The regulars escaped without any casualties as far as known. The guardsman who was killed was Cor poral Charles Clark, whose home is at Warren, where the company is locat ed. He wa3 twenty-one years old -and a machinist by occupation. The regulars, who used pistols, scat tered for camp and none of them have been apprehended. Fifteen minutes after the shooting General Dick, in command of the national guardsmen, and the regular army officers, had de clared the town under martial law, and hundreds of regulars were rushed into the city and are now patrolling the streets to prevent further trouble. It seems that nearly all the provost guards sent to town to gather in sol diers who have overstayed their leaves, have been guardsmen, and the regulars became possessed of the idea that the provosts were discriminating against the regulars in favor of the guardsmen, arresting the former and allowing tha latter to go scot free when the miscreants were in such numbers that a choice arose of arresting either one or the other. Regulars assembled in Athens last night in force and the provost from Troop D met a number of them in front of the sheriff's residence, near the courthouse. The regulars were halted and showed fight. The provost guards clubbed their rifles, then, they claim, the regulars com menced to shoot. They returned the fire and more than a hundred shots in all were fired. The battle ended when the regulars scampered for camp after the killing. WANTS BIG MONEY George Rice Sues Standard Oil Com pany for $3,000,000. Trenton, N. J., Aug. 20. George Rice of Marietta, Ohio, has commenc ed suit in the United States circuit court for $3,000,000 damages against the Standard Oil company for the al leged ruining of his oil business by the defendant company. Rice charges that the Standard Oil company compelled railroads to charge his customers ex orbitant freight rates; that the com pany opened grocery stores to break down his competition, and in other ways succeeded in taking away from him 4,000 customers, an oil refining plant worth $750,000, and a business worth ,$50,000 a year. This suit is brought under the interstate commerce act of 1890, and is similar in character to one entered in the court of chan cery of New Jersey by Rice, in which he seeks to compel the revocation of the company'3 charter under the laws of New Jersey. While the damages claimed are $3,000,000, the actual amount is $1,000,000. THE NATIONAL GAME Scores of Current Games In the Three Big Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At New York, 2; Pittsburg, 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia, 1; Cleveland, 2. At Washington, 0; Detroit, 5. At New York, 6; Chicago, 1. At Boston, 2; St. Louis, 5. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At St. Paul, 1; Minneapolis, 3. At Kansas City-Milwaukee Rain. Motorman Shocked to Death. Indianapolis, Aug. 20. John Deal, a member of a construction crew on the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Traction company line, was Instantly killed by electricity at Acton. The young man was in the motor car of the construc tion train and reached up to handle the circuit-breaking switch. He neg lected to take his hand from the con troller and when he touched the circuit-breaker a direct current was form ed through his body. His death was Instantaneous. MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices for Grain and Live stock on Aug. 19. Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. Wheat Wagon, new, $1.06. No. 2 red, strong, $1.10. Corn Quiet; No. 2 mixed, 55c. Oats Steady; No. 2 mixed, 31 c. Hay Clover, $6 8; timothy, $78; millet, $89. Cattle Steady at $3.005.75. Hogs Quiet at $4.505.55. Sheep Steady at $2.00 3.25. Lambs Steady at $3.755.25. At Cincinnati. Wheat Firm; No. 2 red, $1.08. Corn Firm; No. 2 mixed, 57c. Oats Active; No. 2 mixed, 34c. Cattle Dull at $2.25 5.00. Hogs Slow at $4.005.57. Sheep Steady at $1.35 3.85. Lambs Slow at $3.006.65. Livestock at Chicago. Wheat No. 2 red, $1.071.10. Corn No. 2, 5255c. Oats No. 2, 32Hc. Cattle Steady; steers. $3.40 06.10; stockers and feeder $2.50 4.00. Hogs Steady at $5.005.43. Sheep Steady at $3.25 4.00. Lambs Steady at $4.75 6.00. At New York. Cattle Firm at $3.75 5.90: Hogs Firm at $5.45 6.00. Sheep Dull at $2.504.00. Lambs Steady at $5.00 7.00. East Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Slow at $3.755.75. Hogs Active at $4.50 5.75. Sheep Ac tlre at $3.25 5.00. Lambs Steady at $4.00 6.75. Reduced Fares to Waynesville via Pennsylvania Lines. Augrust 19th, 20th and 21st, excur sion tickets to Waynesville, account Indiana Yearly Meeting Society of Friends. viH be sold via Pennsylvania Lines. For ful particulars consult Ticket Airent. Do you know that the C, C. & L. is quoting a rate of $14.05 to Moun tain Lake Park, Maryland and re turn on account Mountain Chautau qua? Selling dates, August 1st to AS ,1 1 zyin inclusive. House paint anl painters, their ills, as affecting the man who pays the bills, and how to cure them. Get the "Improved Lead" company's free booklet at Jones Hardware company's store. They have a few. D. & B. There are countless monograms, but none so indictative of refreshing, wholesome travel as the "P. & B." the famous water route connecting Detroit and Buffalo between twilight and dawn the lake and rail route to St., Louis. Your railway ticket if issued by the Grand Trunk or Michi gan Central Railways, will be honored either direction. Send 2c. for World's Fair Folder. A. A. SCIIANTZ Gen. Supt. & P. T. M. Detroit, Mich. Parlor Car Between Chicago and Omaha via the Northwestern Line In addition to its already remarka bly complete train service between Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha, The North-Western Line has inaugur ated elegantly equipped parlor car service through to Omaha without change, leaving Chicago 10:15 a. m. daily, arriving Omaha 11:40 p. m. Buffet, smoking and library car on this train also opened to parlor car passengers. Other fast trains leave Chicago 7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., and 11:30 p. m., daily over the only dou le track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. Information and tickets can be secured from jour home agent or address A. II. Waggener, Trav. Agt. 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. $18.00 Chicago to St. Paul-Minneapolis and Return. Via the North-Western Line. $22.00 round trip Chicago to Superior and Duluth; $20.75 round trip Chicago to Sault Ste. Marie, tickets on sale dai ly. $12.85 Chicago to Marquette and return, on sale August 2 and 16 and September 6 and 20. Corresponding ly low rates from other points. Per fectly appointed train service. Through sleeping cars. The best of everything. Information and tickets can be secured from your home agent or address. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Ills. INDIANA'S GREAT DAY Immense Gathering Looked for at the World's Fajr, September 1. Present indications point to a record-breaking day at St. Louis Thurs day, September 1st, when the celebra tion of Indiana Day takes place at the World's Fair. The large number of Indiana people intending to be present at this great State function is shown by the advance requisitions for tickets to St. Louis the ensuing fortnight. The special low fares from Indiana to St. Louis has stimulated such interest that every provision is made for handling larger crowds of excursionists than at first expected. Representatives of Indiana inter ests having exhibits in the Exposition public officials and citizens generally who have already signified their in tentions of being at the greatest of all Fairs on Indiana Day show that the next few days will see the heav iest movement from Indiana, to St. Louis since the opening of the World's Fair. Governor Durbin and his staff will leave Indianapolis for St. Louis Wednesday, August 31st, over the Vandalia Line. On the ev ening of the same day, the Newsboys ' Band of the Indianapolis News, con sisting of about eighty members will also go over the Vandalia Line to St. Louis, the youngsters going to the World's Fair as the guests of the News. W. W. Richardson, assistant gen eral passenger agent of the Penn sylvania Lines, has received more in quiries at his offices in Indianapolis from intending World's Fair visitors in the last week thn at any time since t1- e St. Louis Exposition was thrown open, which is taken as the most striking indication of the wide spread interest manifested in the great celebration in honor of Indiana. Many grand special features intro duced and exhibited each day on the track of the Jay county fair, Port land, Indiana, September 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. . . Every Wide-A wake Farmer who is interested in the news of bis town and county s ould subscribe for a Good Local Weekly Newspaper to keep him in touch with the do ings of his neighbors, the home markets, and all items of interest to himself and family. The PALLADIUM Richmond, Ind., will admirably supply your wants or county news and prove a wel come visitor in every household. Regular Price. $1.00 Per Year Both of these papers for one year for $1.25 if you send your order with the money to " From Chicago to Sept. 10, inclusive. Corre spondingly low points via the Chicago. Union Pacific and North-Western Special Personally Conducted trains leave Chicago ban Francisco. rado Springs and Salt trips at a minimum of Choice of routes returning. No These low-rate tickets also good on is a solid through train every day in w Coast, over the only double-track railway between Chicago and toe Missouri River. The direct transcontinental route. The 'Best of Everything. Write for itineraries. All agents sell tickets via this line. A. H. WAGGENER. Traveling Agent. 22 Fifth MW340 UP TRFATQ QIIPPFQQFIII I V " form" Chronic Diseases that ar curabisv nc. i nc.M I O OUUUtOOrULLT DISEASES OF THE THROAT, LUNGS, KID. SETS, LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. Epilepsy (or falling fits). 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