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AICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1904.
SEVEiT fin Tust a little too far and the woman who reaches over the cliff for the coveted flower goes crashing down into the abvss below. Just a little too far and the woman, who, day by day, neglects to cure the womanlydiseases which weaken her is prostrated upon a bed of sickness. No woman should trifle with the diseases peculiar to her sex. Neglect to-day means a worse con dition to-morrow. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of diseases peculiarly womanly. It estab lishes regularity, dries enfeebling drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. My wife, Mrs. Mary Estes, has been taking your medicine and received great benefit from it." writes Mr. Geo. Wm. Estes, of Springrprove. Va. "Was troubled with female weakness, Tien vv. bearing-down pains, severe pain in back and head, and a tired, worn-out feeling; all the time. Tried all the remedies we could hear off. but they did no pood. Finally we wrote to you and my wife commenced taking- Favorite Pre scription. Took ten bottles.' and is in better health than before in a long time,, We shall l always recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription to all who are thus afflicted." , "Favorite Prescription" makes weak women strong, sick women well. Accept no substitute for the medicine which -works wonders for weak women. The Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 large pages, in paper covers, is sent free on receipt of twenty-one one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Pensylvania Lines TIME TABLE In Effect 8 A. M. June 29, 1904. CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV. Arrive westward Depart Rich and Logan Ac Ex 8.45 am 11.10 am Chicago Special 11.15 am 3.10 pm Michigan Et pm Cinand Loean Ex 5.00 pm 7.15 pm Cin and Rich Ac Ex 9.05 pm Northland Limited 11.00 pm Cm and Chi Mall and Ex 11.15 pm EASTWARD 4.05 aim Southern Ex 4.15 am Northland Limited 5.15 am . Rich and Cin Ac Ex 7.00 am 0.43 am Logan and Cin Ac Ex 10.10 am Mack and Cin Ex S.50 pm Chi and Cin Special 3.55 pm 6.40 pm Logan and Rich Ac COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. WESTWARD 4.t5am 10.00 am 1.30 pm 9.00 pm 4 45 am 5.05 am 10.15 am 10.20 am 1 25 pm 615 am 9.45 am 9.50 am 4 50 pm 7.20 pm 8.40 pm 6.55 pm 4.87 am 9.55 am 10.10 am 10.55 pm 9.55 pm St. Louis Limited Capital Ex St L Fast Mail and Ex Col and Ind Ac Ex N Y and Pt L Mail and Ex Pnl and Rlph An R-r Worlds Fair Special 10.03 pm EASTWARD Pittsburgh Special daily 5.80 am Ind and Col Ac Mail an "x. 10.15 am St L and N Y Fas C Penna Special (Mi -) St L and N Y Mail and . 7 80 pm St L and N Y Limited Ex Ohio and Va Ex daily 9,00 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD St L Fast Ex Sprlnsrfd and Rich Ac St L Fast Mail and Ex Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex Worlds Fair Special dally EASTWARD , Pittsburgh Speceal daily 5.25 am Rich and Hprin 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 4.55 pm 8t L and N Y Limited Ex 8.49 pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. SOUTHWARD 4.40 am Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 9.42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex 8.85 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 11.15 pm Snnday Ac? 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, gundar only. All trains, unless otherwise indicated depart and arrive daily, except Sunday. C. W. ELMER, Pass. & Tkt Agt Effective August 7th, 1904 EAST AND SOUTH AM PM PM No. 2 No. 4 No. Dally Dally Baa only ex. Sun. L.v 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 fm PM No. 1 No.8 No 5 Dally Dally Sund'y ex.Sun. only IiV Cincinnati 7.55 4 15 7.00 Ar Cottage Grove 9 45 0.05 8.58 at Richmond 10.45 6.45 9.40 NORTH AND WEST AM PM AM PM No. 1 No.8 No. 7 No. 5 Daily Dally Daily Sun. ex.Sun ex.Sun only Richmond.. 10.45 6.45 7.00 9.40 Ar M uncle ...12.15pm 8.15 83 n.10 Ar Marlon ... 1.25pm 9.20 9.41 12.15 Ar Peru 2.80pm 10.90 10.45 1.25 NJuds'n.. 4.5opm am Ar Griffith 6.25pm AM AM PM PM No. 2 Nc. 4 No. 6 No.8 Dally Dally Su only Dally ex. Sun. ex.Sun Ar. Griffith .... 8.35 Lv.North Judson 10.10 L.Y. Peru 6.25 12.20 4.85 4.50 Ar. Richmond V.U5 4.(6 8.15 85 No. 4 carries through coach via Cottage Orove and O. H. A D'. for College Corner, Oxford, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Fornwi or information regarding con nections Inquire of C. A. BLAIR, Home Phone 44 Pass, and Ticket Agt. NIAGARA FALLS Kound Trip From Richmond via Penn sylvania Lines. August 25th is the date of the an nual excursion to Niagara Falls. Round trip fare will be $6.50 from Richmond. For particulars apply to C 17. Elmer, Ticket Agaat. WILL L WTO IT Governor Terrell of Georgia Wants to Know About ' Recent Lynching. THE MILITIA'S CONDUCT Court of Inquiry Has Been Appoint' ed to Investigate the Subject of the State's Disgrace. "I Have Been Greatly Mortified Over the Crime of Thia Mob," Says Governor. AID WITHDRAWN Chfeago Teamsters Draw Out of Stock yards Strike. Chicago, Aug. 24. The members of the teamsters' union who have been on strike for several weeks in the ef fort to aid the striking butchers at the stockyards, held a protracted meeting last night to determine whether or not they should withdraw from the strike. The meeting lasted until after mid night, and at times the arguments were heated. It was finally decided that the teamsters as a body would re fuse to give any further assistance to the strike and the question of remain ing on striKe or of going back to work was left to the vote of the various local unions. Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 24. On his return from St. Louis Governor Joseph M. Terrell held a conference with Samp son W. Harrison, adjutant general of Georgia, in regard to the recent States boro lynching. The conference ter minated with the appointment of a court of inquiry to investigate the con duct of the militia from which the mob took the prisoners. The court ia com posed of the following gentlemen: Colonel A. R. Lawton (retired) of Savannah, president; Colonel W. E. Wooten of Albany, Lieutenant Colonel W. A. Barker of Atlanta, Major W. J. Wyly of Thomasville, and Captain Warren Grice of Hawkinsville. After the appointment of this court Governor Terrell issued a statement condemning in strong terms the lynch ing of the negroes. In conclusion Governor Terrell said: "I have been greatly mortified over the crime of this mob. I take comfort In the fact that it did not represent the sentiment of this state, for its ac tion is condemned by a large majority of the people of the state and, for that matter, of Statesboro and Bullock county, the scene of the crime. No defense can and no apology should be made for this action of the mob. "I regret exceedingly the military did not preserve the peace. They were sent there to see that the law was en forced and that peaca was preserved at all hazards. "In accordance with the report and recommendation of the adjutant gen eral, I have ordered a court of inquiry composed of fair, conservative and competent officers, to investigate the action i.nd conduct of the military on that occasion. I shall request the civil authorities, the court so outraged, to do its utmost to bring the offenders against its dignity and the majesty of the law to speedy and swift justice." THE NATIONAL GAME IGNORED THE SUMMONS Postmaster General Payne Turns Down a Constable. Chicago, Aug. 24. Postmaster Gen eral Henry C. Payne was served with a summons to appear in a justice court in this city on Aug. 26, as a wit ness in a case against Chauncey M. Depew. The postmaster general did not receive the summons with pleas ure, and informed the constable, John Simons, that he would ignore it en tirely. -x "Not only did he say that," declared Simons, "but when I offered him fifty cents, and even added ten cents for mileage, he threw the money in my face." Last June when Senator Depew was in Chicago attending the Republican national convention, he was sued by S. G. Brabrook of this city, who de cleared that he had in some manner been defrauded by a concern called the Penny Publishing company, with which he asserted Senator Depew had been connected in 1892. The case was continued until Aug. 26, and ever since the constable has been trying to serve a summons on Postmaster General Payne. He finally located Mr. Payne in the Chicago club. "I have a subpoena for your appear ance in Justice Caverty's court, Aug. 26," said the constable. Mr. Payne made no reply. "It is the case of S. G. Brabrook vs. .Chauncey M. Depew," said the con stable. Still no reply. "Here is fifty cents witness fees," said the constable; and still there was no reply. "Here is ten cents carfare," added the constable, and then he re ceived a reply. "I will ignore the summons and will not appear in that court under circum stances," said the postmaster general, and then, according to Constable Si mons, Mr. Payne tossed the money toward him and walked away. The constable gathered up the 60 cents and returned to his desk in Justice Caver ty's court. An Ohio Patricide. Eaton, Ohio, Aug. 24. As the result of a family quarrel Harry Miller, aged seventeen, shot and killed his father, John W. Miller, at their home near Lewisburg last night. The boy claims his father flourished a revolver in a threatening manner, and he shot in self-defense. The boy is in jail here. Will File Complaints. Denver, Col., Aug. 24. Ten of the men deported from Cripple Creek Sat urday night have prepared affidavits for criminal prosecution of individual members of the mob to be filed in the disliict court by the county attorney of Toiler county. A Bullet in His Brain. Madison, Ind., Aug. 24. William Brown committed suicide with a bul let In his brain. The cause is attrib uted to despondency. Score of Current Games In the Three Big Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg, 5; New York, 3. Sec ond game, Pittsburg, 0; New York, 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Washington, 7; Detroit, 2. Sec ond game, Washington, 2; Detroit, 5. At New York, 1: Chicago, 0. At Boston, 14; St. Louis, 1. At Philadelphia, 3; Cleveland, 4. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At Milwaukee, 5; Louisville, 10. At Minneapolis, 8; Indianapolis, 4. At Kansas City, 5; Columbus, 2. At St. Paul, 4; Toledo, 2. New Yorker's Desperate Deed. New York, Aug. 24. George Boycer his wife Ida, and their six-months-old baby were found dead last night in apartments in a tenement house in West Sixty-second street. The police found that an three had been shot to death. A revolver lay on the floor near the body of the man. From this the police believe that the man killed his wife and child and then himself. Parker in Approving Mood. Esopus, N. Y., Aug. 24. Plans for the national campaign were laid before Judge Parker by Delancey Nlcoll of New York, vice chairman of the Dem ocratic national committee, who called at Rosemount by invitation. Judge Parker approved everything that has been done and all that the committee has in contemplation. He was enthu siastic over the campaign work. It Created a Sensation. Washington, Aug. 24. A sensation was caused in financial and real estate circles in this city when it became known that a petition in bankruptcy had been filed by three of the leading national oanks of the city against Thomas E. Waggaman, a prominent real estate and insurance agent of this city, and the treasurer of the Catholic university. Fast Train Derailed. Trenton, Mo., Aug. 24. A Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific westbound pas senger train was derailed near the crusher plant just west of Princeton, twenty-four miles north of here, yes terday afternoon, injuring forty-five persons, two of whom are in a danger ous condition. These are J. W. S. Dunham, a postal clerk, and W. G. Roby of Allerton, la., a passenger. Absence of Definite News. Buenos Ayres, Aug. 24. There are persistent rumors that a land engage ment has been tought between the Par aguayan revolutionists and govern ment troops, resulting in the defeat of the latter and the capture of 400 men. The rumors cannot be confirmed. There is an utter absence' of definite news regarding the progress of the revolution. Another Land Lottery. Devils Lake, N. D., Aug. 24. The drawing of the Fort Totten Indian res ervation lands began promptly at 9 o'clock this morning. The drawing is under the personal supervision of W. A. Richards, commissioner of the gen eral land office at Washington. St. Paul Repairs Losses. St. Paul, Aug. 24. St. Paul is rap Idly recovering from the effects of the recent storm, and all energies are bent toward repairing damaged buildings in the business district. MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices for Grain and Live stock on Aug. 23. Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. Wheat Wagon, new, $1.10. No. 2 red, strong, $1.10. Corn Quiet; No. 2 mixed, 57c. Oats Steady; No. 2 mixed, 32c. Hay Clover, $68; timothy, $89; millet, $89. Cattle Steady at $3.00 5.75. Hogs Quiet at $4.50 5.50. Sheep Steady at $2.00 3.25. Lambs Steady at $3.75 5.50. At Cincinnati. Wheat Firm; No. 2 red, $1.12. Corn Firm; No. 2 mixed, 57c. Oats Active; No. 2 mixed, 33Hc Cattle Dull at $2.254.85. Hogs Slow at $4.00 5.60. Sheep Steady at $1.35 3.85. Lambs Slow at $3.00 6.65. Livestock at Chicago. Wheat No. 2 red. $1.10 1.12. Corn No. 2, 52V&56c. Oats No. 2, 32c. Cattle Steady; steers, $5.40 5.85; stockers and feeders, $2.50 3.65. Hogs Steady at $4.75 5.35. Sheep Steady at $3.25 4.00. Lambs Steady at $4.75 5.85. At New York. Cattle Firm at $3.75 5.50. Hogs Firm at o.456.00. Sheep Dull at $2.50 4.00. Lambs Steady at $5.00 7.20. East Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Slow at $3.75 5.50. Hogs Active at $4.50 5.90. Sheep Ac tive at $3.25 4.50. Lambs SUady at $4.00 6.75. TffO NOTES Of a Political Nature-Candidate Suggested Against Watson. Republican State officials say that the jo!c is on the men who framed the Democratic State platform. The governor is assailed vigorously in the platform for sending out copies of a railroad map of Indiana with his com pliments printed thereon in gilt let ters, but an investigation of the rec ords shows that the custom of send ing out free maps originated in under the Democratic administration of Governor Matthews. The records are not clear, however, as to when the practice of binding the maps in mor occo began. a ( Stokes" Jackson, of Greenfield, who never tires in his labors for the Democratic part-, is being suggested for then omination for congress in the sixth district against James E. Watson. 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 f Selling dates, August 1st to 29th inclusive. 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 ickets can be secured from your home agent or address A. H. 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 Fair, 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 visitor- in the last week thm at any time since V 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 he nor of Indiana. Blooded horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry in numbers larger than ever before, -will be on exhibition at the Portland fair, September 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. Try a loaf of the new Salt Rising Bread made only by Richmond Bak Ipgcompaay. mmmt T Read th I ' - neck band. Columbia, "TheUncol ored Catsup," is a pure tomato product in color and flavor. Our new process retains the origi nal color and the delicious flavor of the perfectly ripe tomato. COLUMBIA CONSERVE COMPANY. ELECT BOARDING Homo like Menu. Rates Reasonable Mesda'es Smith & Conley 30 X. Eleventh Ot. OOOOOOOOIODOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o R. R. R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS, Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS. O O O O O O O O O O OOOOOOOOIDIIOOOOOOOO DR J. A. WALLS THE SPECIALIST At heme office Monday, Tuesday, Fri day and Saturday of each "Week. Consultation and One month's Treatment FREE 2 HP TREATS SlinnFSSFIII 1 V forms of Chronic Diseases that are earaHTa, nE intMIO OUUbCOdrULLT DISEASES OF THK THKOAT. LUNGS, KID. SEYS, LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OF THE BLOOD, Epilepsy (or falling fits), Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervous Disease., Female Diseases, Night Losses, Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or matorer years. Piles, Fistula. Fissure ao4 Ulceration of the Kwtum, without detention from business. RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED AND OUARArTEED. It will be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are suffering from rilnnso. And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once. Remember the time and place. Will return every four weeks. Mice and Laboratory.. Ho. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICIIUOIID, IKD. The Palladium For JOB W01 t 1 rnnx n n set optician I ills UUUIliUiUiJ Rooms 33-4. colon'l Bid Cures all errors or refraction without dilating the pupil. All Work GuaranteedWlll be out ofTtown four days In the week. O mCE OAYS-FRIDAYSUnd SATURDAYS. Sunday, 2 to 5 p. m. fins CroTa sl Brils Work. TEX CCLC1TUL. Dentist Theflottthrjaestep Jflaiaalliife Ins. Co w-lK2fi J. O BARBER, General Agent, "SftK."1-8 he Palladium For Job M; 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 nntil September 6th. Inquire of Pennsyl vania lines ticket agents for further information. $5.00 to Petoskey September 13, 1904 The G. B. & I. will give its annual excursion to Petoskey, Traverse City, Northport and Mackinac Island on September 13, 1904, for $5.00 for the round trip from all stations Richmond to Fort Wayne inclusive. Tickets are good going on scheduled excursion trains and are good for return until September 23d, 1904. The fare to Mackinac Island is $6. Get full information of any G. R. & L agent or address C. LXockwood, General Passenger Agent, Grand Rap ids, Mich. WH TTtr -fcTK Vfc A Tf T T y a m TTTTTXTT' O T A V A TTrt TTf