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filOmiOlTD DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
lLCVlii! t'fr ,1 We seldom fear II . II - . A. danger tnai we cannoi see. The danger of being run-down by a borse is a very reai one to everybody, the ' danger of being mur dered by a microbe does not trouble us. And yet the . minute mi-' crobe is more dangerous than the wildest horse. The only people who can afford not to fear the mi crobes of disease are those who keep their blood pure and rich. These are prac tically immune from the attacks of most microbes. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery purifies and enriches the blood, and gives the body a vigorous vitality. , It cures scrofula, eczema, boils, pimples and other eruptive diseases which are caused by impure blood. I had been troubled for about four years with eczema, or a skin disease, which at times was almost unbearable as it would itch so," writes Mr. John Larison, of 115 Powhattan St., Dallas, Texas. I concluded to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and after using five bottles found that I was entirely cured. Please accept many thanks." Accept no substitute for w Golden Med ical Discovery." There is nothing "just as good" for diseases of the blood. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cu tipation and its consequences. Pensylvania Lines TIMETABLE In Effect 8 A. M. June 29, 1904. r - CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIV. Arrive 11.10 am 3.lCpm pm 7.15 pm 9.0f pm 11.00 pm 4M am westward Depart Rich and Logan Ac Ex 6.45 am Chicago Special 11.16 am Michigan K Cinand Logan Ex 6.00 pm un ana men ac ki CIn and Chi Mail and Ex 11.15 pm EASTWARD Hniitharh W-w 4 IS am Northland Limited 5.15 am Rich and Cin Ac Ex 7.00 am Logan and Cin Ac Ex 10.10 am M am SM pm 5.4t pm Mac ana uin jsx Chi and Cin Special 3.55 pm Logan and Rich Ao ' COLUMBUS AND INDIANAPOLIS DIV. WESTWARD St. Louis Limited 4 45 am i hf- am fan) to 1 Ft ' S lift am Ht Li Fast Mail ana ex iu.is am 10.M am Col and Ind Ac Ex 10.20 am 1.20 pm N Y and St L Mail and Ex 125 pm v.ihi pm oiana Kicn acjcx . Worlds Fair Special 10 03 pm KASTWAKU -,- . 615 am Pittsburgh Special daily 5 80 am ft.45am Ind and Col Ac Mail n "r 10.15 am 9.50 am , St L and N Y Fa ' 7.2C pm St L and N Y Mail aaa x. 7 80 pm 8.4 cm St L and N Y Limited kx S.55 pm Ohio and Va Ex daily 9,00 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIV. WESTWARD 4.87 am St L Fast Ex am Springfd and Rich Ac 10.10 am St L Fast Mail and Ex 0.bR pm Sprin and Rich Mail and Ex 8.1.5 pm , Worlds Fair Special daily EASTWARD Pittsburgh Speceal 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 4.55 pm , St L and N Y Limited Ex 8.49 pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. SOUTHWARD i.vi tn ' una iiu oihii tnu ai- 9.42 am Ft W and Rich Mail and Ex S.&5 pm Mack and Cin Mall and Ex 11.15 pm Sunday Ac NORTHWARD" Rich and G R Mail and Ex 5.40 am Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 8.20 pm Cin and Mack Mail and Ex 9 15pm Dally. ?Panday only. All trains, unless otherwise Indicated, depart and arrive dally, except Sunday. C. W. ELMER. Pass. & Tkt Agt. Effective August 7th, 1904 EAST AND SOUTH AM PM No. 3 No. 4 Dally Dally PM No. Bun oily ex. Ban. Lr Richmond 9.05 4.05 8.15 Ar Cottage Grove 9.45 4.45 8.58 6.45 11.00 Ar Cincinnati..... ...11.85 AM No.l Dally FM PM No.8 No 5 Dally Sund'y ex.tsun. oniy Lv Cincinnati 7.55 4 15 Ar Cottage Grove 9 45 0.05 Ar Richmond 10.45 6.45 a NORTH AND WEST AM PM AM No.l No.8 No. 7 Dally Dally Dally ex.Sun ex.Sun 7.00 8.58 9.40 PM No. 6 Sun. only Lr Richmond.. 10.45 0.45 8.15 9.20 7.00 &SS 9.41 10.46 9.40 11.10 12.15 lJ2fi Ar M uncle ...12.15pm Ar Maiioa .. Ar Pern V.Juds'n, Ar Griffith.. 1.25pm 3.30pm 4.5opm A.2&pm AM No. 2 10.80 am AM Nc.4 Dally ex. Sun. . 85 PM PM No. 0 Noi Sua t&ly Dally ex.Sun Dally Ar. Griffith .... LT.North Judson Lv. Peru 6.25 Ar. Richmond u.05 10.10 12.20 4.85 4.50 4.06 8.15 ft5 No. 4 carries through coach via Cottage Grove and O. H. A D. for College Corner, VIIUfU( iinuin iuu nuu vincinnatl. rorrwiur miormaiion regarding con nections inquire oi u. A. BLAIR, Borne Phone 44 Pass, and Ticket Agt, Special Summer Tourist Fares via Pennsylvania Lines. Will be in effect June 25th to Sen. Umber 30th. inclusive, to Colorado, Utah. Wisconsin. South Dakoto and points in Southwest, For particulars consult ticket agents of Pennsylva nia Lines. I,lttfttir n RUSSIA IS DNEASY The Yellow Peril Begins to Concern Her In a New Quarter. CHINESE ARE RESTLESS J It Is Feared In St. Petersburg That the Great Silent Empire May Side ,7ith Japan. Kuropatkin's Continued Silence Is Turning the Fickle Russian Public Against Jlim. There has been no renewal of fight ng on a large scale between the Rus sian and Japanese armies in the far East. At St. Petersburg the people are harassed by rumors of impending disaster to General Kuropatkin, which find ready credence because of the lack of official information from the gen eral's headquarters at Mukden, and for the moment the popularity of the head of the Russian armies In the field Is in eclipse. In that capital, too, there is much uneasiness felt lest the ' Japanese advance in Manchuria should afford occasion for the growtn 01 an anti-Russian spirit in China and the ultimate projection of that power into the conflict. I ' PENALTY OF DEFEAT ; Kuropatkin's Popularity in Russia Is on the Wane. Mukden, Sept. 14. The Japanese i army is within twenty-one mues or Mukden. There is no indication of their advance. St. Petersburg, Sept. 14. The con tinued delay in the receplt here of any thing like a detailed - official account either of the battle of Liao Yang or of the present situation at the. front: is proving more irritating to the public of St. Petersburg than any previous phase of the war,, and has given rise GENERA T, MEYEXDORF, IX COMMAND OF KUROPATKIN'S REAR GUARD. to numerous alarmist stories of the al leged precarious situation of General Kuropatkin's army. None of these stories, .however, are traceable to any authentic source. The fact seems to be that military operations in the neighborhood of Mukden are almost suspended on account of the effect of the rains upon the roads. There is no current news to record, while if General Kuropatkin has trans mitted any full account of the recent great battle, it has not been allowed to circulate. The persistent silence Is doing more than anything else to discredit the Russian commander-in-chief in the eyes of the public, with whom he has heretofore been an al most deified hero. Reports that the Chinese are mak Ing preparations to occupy conquered territory are creating some uneasiness for China has been all along an un certain quantity, from which any de velopment or complication might be expected. No one knows precisely what pressure, racial or. political, Japan may be able to bring to bear upon the great silent empire. The logical belief always has been that China would endeavor to the utmost to refrain from taking aides In the present conflict in order that she might be in a position to make the best terms possible with the ultimate victor; but it is realized that a continued Japanese advance into the heart of Manchuria might exert a powerful influence upon both the Chinese peasantry and the nearby, ill-controlled regular troops which the weak central government at Pekin might And it difficult to curb, thereby precipitating serious compli cations upon the scene of actual hos tilities. There have been no develop ments here regarding the case of the Russian transport Lena, in the harbor of San Francisco. A hgh officer of the admiralty says that her appear ance at San Francisco was a surprise, as Vice Admiral Skrydloff had not no tified them that the Lena was going to San Francisco from Vladivostok,' and they had no information of the purpose of her cruise. Peace in Sight. Montevideo. Sept. 14. General Apa rlclo Saravia, the chief of the Uru guayan revolutionists, is dead, and peace negotiations have been begun. THEY KNOCKED IT Special Rhode Island Legislature Took Prompt Action. Providence, R. I., Sept. 14. The ef fort of 'Governor Garvin to obtain three amendments to the state constitution, the first to provide for constitutional initiative; the second a moderate veto power for the governor, and the third permitting voters to vote for city coun cllmen was frustrated by the failure of tr-3 general assembly to act on any oovxbnob f. c. gabvin. of them although there was a spirited debate in boih branches. Both bran ches, however, passed a resolution con demnlng the action of the governor in calling the extra session and calling for an adjournment until Nov. 15. The concurrent act.on of the house on the resolution brought the session to a close. PARKER SEEKS PEACE He Will Go to New York t Pour Oil on Troubled Waters. Esopus, N. Y., Sept. 14. Judge Par ker expects to go to New York to morrow to return on Friday. It is un derstood that he will take apartments in some New York hotel and confer with political friends. It is said that he may remain there and take a hand in the running or the campaign, for the purpose of bringing about more harmonious relations between the men at headquarters, but it Is believed here that the candidate, instead of straight ening out real or imaginary differ ences, has under consideration im portant plans of campaigning intended to change completely the working methods in some sections of the coun try. Judge Parker's trip to New York on Thursday will be the first visit of a political character since hi3 nomina tion. THE NATIONAL GAME Scores of Current Games In the Three Big Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Cincinnati, 2; Pittsburg, 1. Sec ond game, Cincinnati, 4; Pittsburg, 2. At Boston, 1; New York, 3. Second game, Boston, 2; New York, 9. At Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia, 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia-Boston Rain. At St. Louis-Detroit Rain. At Cleveland-Chicago Rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. At St. Paul, 7; Minneapolis, 0. At Louisville, 16; Indianapolis, 5. At Toledo, 2; Columbus, 7. At Milwaukee-Kansas City Rain. Deadly Crap Game. Lawrenceburg, Ind., Sept. 14. While laborers on the Big Four rail way Improvement were playing craps there was a quarrel, ending in Peter Paul plunging a knife-blade Into Wm. Thomas' left breast. The stab may prove fatal. The Figures in Maine. Portland, Me., Sept. 14. Returns from the small towns in distant parts of the state and a careful revision of previous figures place the Republican plurality in Monday's state election at about 27,000. MARKET REPORT Prevailing Prices for Grain and Live stock on Sept. 13. ' Indianapolis Grain and Livestock. Wheat Wagon, new, $1.12; No. 2 red, strong, $1.14. Corn Steady; No. 2 mixed, 53 c. Oats Firm; No. 2 mixed, 32c. Hay Clover, $68; tim othy, $810; millet, $89. Cattle Steady at $3.005.85. Hogs Quiet at $4.506.05. Sheep Steady at $2.00 3.25. Lambs Steady at $3.755.50. At Cincinnati. Wheat Firmer; No. 2 red, $1.18. Corn Firm; No. 2 mixed, 56c. Oats Active; No. 2 mixed. Z3c. Cattle Dull at $2.25 4.90. Hogs Active at $4.006.25. Sheep Steady at $1.35 3.25. Lambs Slow at $3.006.00. Livestock at Chicago. Wheat No. 2 red, $1.081.19. Corn No. 2, 5255c. Oats No. 2, 31c. Cattle Steady; steers. $5.40 6.10; stockers and feeders, $2.50 3.75. Hogs Steady at $4.756.05. SheepSteady at $3.254.23. Lambs Steady at 4.00.6.oo. At New York. Cattle Firm at $3.755.73. Hogs Firm at ?o.4o(3 o.0. Sheep Dull at $2.504.25. Lambs Steady at $5.00 jo.&o. East Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Slow at $3.756.00. Hogs Dull at $4.50 6.40. Sheep Active at $3.2504.25. Lambs Steady at IQ Neuralgia Conquered. When doctors agree that a certain preparation is a speedy cure for a specific malady, all sufferers from that malady will be glad to listen to their statements. The following physicians are men of large practice. What they say is an accurate record of the re sults obtained in the treatment of neuralgia by Phen-a-mid, the great pain destroyer. J. Hesson, Md. D., of New York, writes: I have been using Phen-a-mid for some time (in severe neural gia cases principally) with very good results." W. C. Ledbetter, M. D., of Bloom field, Texas "Tried it with satis factory results in neuralgia and head ache of a climateric nature.' ' Phen-a-mid Tablets are a positive cure for neuralgia and all forms of pain, including headache, rheumatism. dyspepsia, sciatica, etc. They do not affect the heart or upset the stomach. 25 cents, at the drug store, or by mail from the manufacturers, Osborn- Col well Co., 46 Cliff street, New York. 3 AMUSEMENTS. What a sweet and pretty jfirl is the heroine in the play of "Uncle Josh Spruceby,,' and hov you do wish she was your sweetheart that is, of course you do not have one of those pleasant little affairs. And in that saw mill scene do you not want to just jump on the sta?e and help her hit that man "just once for luck." Be one of he great crowd at the New Phillips tonght and emphasize your feelings when the scene is on. "A Little Outcast." This well known and popular melo drama, which has proven a genuine success in all the large cities during the past season will be the offering at the New Phillips on next Saturday matinee and night. The wealth of special scenery and mechanical effects that has tended in a great measure to insure its success will be used in the local production. The manage ment makes a point of presenting the production in its entirety in all towns where "A Little Outcast." is present ed. Many of the present cast have appeared in their respective roles during the entire life of this popular play. Master Bobbie Young, five years old and little Edwin Young, eight years old, will be seen as little Paul and Maggie. They are acknowl edged to be two of the youngest and brightest children before the public. The entire cast is composed of cap able people and a finished and pleas ing performance is guaranteed. Manager Murray, like "Kip Van Winkle" is a "lucky man," the last streak of goodness to strike him is having secured the Brandon-Evans Stock company, for the New Phillips for all of next week. Of this com pany the Marion (Ohio) Exchange savs : '"The Brandon-Evans Stock com pany opened its week's engagement at the Grand opera house Monday ev ening with a clever production of 'Cumberland in '61.' a stirring and romantic war drama. The Grand was well filled and if the applause is to be taken as a fit expression of the atti tude of the audience everybody in the house Monday evening was delighted with the entertainment. This com pany is in fact one of the best ever seen here in repertoire, being com posed mostly of young people who caii adapt themselves to many and varied roles with good effect. While all members of the company were strong in their respective parts Monday ev ening, the work of Brandon Evans as Dick Kansett, the half breed In dian, Victor Gillard as Gordon Gray ne, John Ransome as Leslie Murdoch, May Roberts as Alice Ainslie. and Jo sephine Ross as 'Pink was particu larly clever." O Bears the Sigaatur of The Kind You Hav8 Always Bought While There is Life There is Hope. I was afflicted with catarrh; could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little. Ely's Cream Balm cured it. Marcus G. Shautz, Rail way, N. J. Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect is surprising. My son says the first application gave decided re lief. Respectfully, Mrs. Frank Free man, Dover X. II. The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by druggists at oO cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 5G Warren -street, New York. ITS Be&ra the Signature of STC rlrie Kind You Have Ataavs Bat KTEW PHILLIPS THEATRE O. G. Murray Lessee, Mgr. Dave B. Levis' Big Production : DNCLE a. 20 PEOPLE "HAYSEED" BAND JOSH ISPRUCEBY : Wednesday, Sept. 14 Matinee and Night. Grand Operatic Orchestra. Carload Scenery. New Mechanical Effects The Great SA W MILL SCENE ALL, NEW SPECIALTIES WATCH FOK THE Big Parade Notf the Prices 10. 20. 30 and 50c Matinee Prices, 10 and 2"c. Seats on sale &t Nixon's. J ? ! 3XTEW PHILLI PS XU ET ATD IT - G- Murray, Irl LA I r C Lessee. Mgr. sje Saturday, Sept. 17th I Matinee and Night. $ LITTLE OUTCAST "IT HAS a swing, and M a breeziness. and a vigor that set it apart from the majority of plays. It Is Soundly Ameri can Throughout. . v Often exciting, often hum ous, always interesting J PRICES 15, 25, 35 and 50c J Bargain Matinee, 10 and 2oc Seats on sale at Nixon's. a A A A A A A A A'A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A $50.00 California and Return. Send 2 cent stamp for itinerary of special personally conducted tours to California, leaving Chicago August .8th and 25th, via the Chicago. Union Pacific & North-Western Line, ac count Triennial Conclave Knights Templar at San Francisco. $50 round trip from Chicago. Correspondingly low rates from all points. A. H. Wag gener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, I1L What you doin neighbor? Ilelpin' Bill. What's Bill doin"? Ilelpin' Mandy. What's Mandy doin'? Ilelpin' Mother. What's Mother do in'? Taking Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. Sensible family. A. G. Luken & Co. STORZA. Beari the S9 inB ma TO" H3VB AlWi Signature SI? , y37-j-Zp The Kind Yon HavB Always Bought of uzS7Zr4UcA4M Low Fares to Plainfield via. Penn sylvania Lines. September 14 to 16, inclusive, ex cursion tickets to Plainfield, account Western Yearly Meeting of Friends, will be sold via Pennsylvania lines from all stations in Indiana. Call on local ticket agent for particulars. $30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North- Western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago and Central States and only two 'ights en route from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, UL 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- ted 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. IL Waggener, Trav. Agt 22 fifth Ave., Chicago, UL GENTEEL, HOUSEKEEPER EACH ISSUK COMTAMS MAUTIFUU.Y IIXUSTftATXD DtSMCS. DSCOflATtOMS FOR THC TAMj; DAINTY MENUS FOft ALL OCCASIONS, KTC IT IS TM AMOMCAN AUTMOWTV ON CUUNAWT TOPICS AND rASWOMS. CuMMMT tMim too. Sl.oo Ykan TABLE TALK PUB. COH PMtLA. 0MUCITONS WAMTSO CMtTMM V Dollar Excursion Cincinnati Sunday Visit Cool Coney Island, a twentv-mile boat ride up the Ohio kiver. Visit the Zoological Gar den, the greatest collection of wild animals in the Uni ted States. Visit the Queen City Bath ing Beach, the Atlantic City of the West. Visit Chester Park; hun dreds of amusement features Sunday, Sep!. 18th Train leaves Richmond 9. -05 a. va. Returning, leaves Cincinnati 7:00 p. m. Sunday afternoon matinee at all theatres. Am O. C. tk. AOKNT rON HTteVtA. W. B. CALLOWAY, G. P. A. CINCINNATI. O. Dayton & Western Traction Co. In effect August 18,1004. Subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE A M P M P M 6 (M) And VOOllu) 6 45 every 0 45 11 45 7 00 hour 10 On 12 00 800 until 11 M Lv. Richmond Ar. Enton West Alexandria. Dayton NEW PARIS BRANCH Through Service AMtAM And every hour until Lv. Richmond Ar. Odar Springs New Paris 6 00: 20 10 20 10 4-S 10 50 5 25 9 45 5 30! 6 50 Conneetions At Eaton with P. CO. A 8t. Li. tor points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cincinnati Northern K. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with electric lines diverging for Troy, Pl qua, Sidney. LI ma Xenla, Springfield, Col umbus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For furtherlnformfttion call Home Phone 269. c. O. BAKER, Agent. 27.50 Hot Springs, S. D. $30.70 Deadwood and Lead and return, from Chicago daily, via. the Chicago & North-Western By. Correspondingly low rates from other points. The Black Hills region, the great natural sanitarium of the west, is one of the most picturesque spots in the world and well worth a visit. Information and tickets can be secur ed from your home agent. Illustrated Black Hills Booklet with valuable map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskern, Chicago. Calif ornina. The Chicago & Northwestern rail way has issued a new publication en titled "California." It contains a beautiful colored map of the state, a list of hotels at California tourist re sorts with their capacity and rates; and a most interesting series of pic tures showing California's resources and attractions. The prospective vis itor and settler should be in posses sion of a copy of this profusely illus trated folder. Sent to any address on receipt of four cents in stamps. One way tickets on sale daily Sep tember 15 to October 15, only $33.00 j Chicago to the coast. Corresponding ly low rates from all points. A. H. Waggener, Traveling agent, 22 Fifth avenue, Chicago, Illinois. A HALT MILLION ACRES. $30.00 to Colorado and Betnrn. Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago. Two fast trains daily. Tour Lt sleeping cars to Denver daily.