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Modem Preachers. ARE THEY TO BE TRUSTED AND BELIEVED? The only value of the question in the headline is to bring home the fact that of all classes of testimony, that offered by the clergy would be most promptly accepted without doubt or cavil. The clergy stand for truth and right, and thousands follow them living up to the BiißfiW tame precepts of rectitude. These fol lowers are no whit less truthful than their leaders. Yet because the preacher is a leader it is natural to give weight to his statements.. His very position and responsibility to his people and the world at ; large not only forbid the thought of untruth in him, but lend emphasis to any voluntary declaration of fact which he may make. If a pastor say. to one of his congre- Stion who is coughing, "I cured a very d cough once by the use of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery," he ' could offer no stronger endorsement as to the value of that well-known medi cine as a cure for coughs; and if such a pastor makes for the time the world his parish, and puts out the same testimony he is only enlarging the scope of his benefaction. For if the world at large knew and was persuaded of the wonder ful curative powers of "Golden Medical Discovery" in cases of diseases of the respiratory organs, it would mean a great increase in the general health and comfort, not to say a probable saving of a great many lives. . "as True AS GOSPEI.." It is "as true as gospel that Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures coughs, bronchitis, weak and bleeding lungs and such diseases of the respira tory organs as through neglect or un skillful treatment may find a fatal term ination in consumption. It is also true that the limit to a possibility of a cure cannot be set. When people who have had fourscore hemorrhages of the lungs are cured by the use of the "Discovery," there is certainly hope for one who may have had ninety hemorrhages. When some one is taken from the condemned cell into which the local practitioner has shut him, and from a weak, emaciated -■' DEEP PLOTS IN KOREA ._■ SCHEMES ASCRIBED TO RUSSIA Minister Accused of Plotting: Against Lady! Insurrection Led '.-■••: . by' Soldiers. .•;"''•'• Mew Ymrk Sun Special Service Victoria, B. C, April 3.—News was brought by the ! Empress of Japan that another of those strange dramas for which the Korean, apttal- is notorious, is going - : on at Seoul. Kirn Yang Chun' minister -. of finance, was charged with plotting to , do away, with the emperor's favorite, the -Lady Om; who, according to eastern pa pers, has a romantic history, having been rescued from slavery:; and placed in - the y palace. . She is now practically the dic tator .of the Korean policy. yyyyy. Kirn "was seized and tortured in a shock ing-manner. Kwon Chai Miong, minis ter,^ war, enraged at the fate of his friend, resigned, and a political crisis re sulted. r yyyy." The Japan Daily Mail says that rumor assigns the plot to Russia. The correspondent of the Shanghai Mer !- cury at Seoul wires March 18 that Kirn Yir Jun, another Korean officer, arrested \ in connection with the plots, when tor tured, confessed that there was a scheme y to issue circulars and to fire on the Rus sian legation, to murder the empress and the Lady Om and to. create the Princess j Taspekiu empress. He has been sentenced "to be decapitated. Reports are also given from Korea of an insurrection at Song Pha, eight miles east of Seoul, where insurgents led by soldiers, who have become malcontent because of their failure to receive their pay, are .. raiding and killing. GOVERNMENTIS WEAK ©_ the Down Grade Ever Since the • King's Speech Was Read. . 4 Sam Turk Sun Special Servie* London, April '■ 3.Parliament has risen lor the Easter recess after a session more ' satisfactory".- to the opposition than to the government. The; record of business Is • meager, but that is a small matter in com parison with the lack of energy, and Judg ment with which the house of commons - has been led. The government has lacked _\ the force of a single strong will, ;and there have been "grave indiscretions in both houses. There was no lack of gossip in the smoking-room of the = house of commons during the closing hours, but the only point on which there was a general agree ment, was that the government has been on the downward grade since the king's , speech was read, and that a stronger leader than Mr. Balfour was needed in the house. Through Sleeping; Car Service to Kansas City via "The Milwaukee." A standard first-class sleeper for Kan sas City via C, M. _ St. P. Ry _ popular Hedrick Route leaves Minneapolis 7:60 a. j m."," St. Paul 8:00 a. m., daily and arrives ' Kansas City 7:00 o'clock next morning. The "Hedrick" is the most direct and comfortable route from the Twin cities to Kansas City, the South, Southwest and California. For full Information regarding lowest •■*' rates apply to C., M. & St. P. Ry„ ticket agents or address J. T. Conley, Ass't Gen : Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Yellow Kins *■ For "Goodness sake" smoke It,* .■■ wreck restored ,to rugged health by the use of the " Discovery," it is impossible to dint the door of hope on any one how ever weak; he ■ may be. It is the * record of such • cures - which has given .Dr. Pierce _ Golden Medical Discovery a pre-eminence among all preparations for the cure of diseases of the organs of respiration. ,' y *.*'■ y '. ..: \, v, [yy_ "I-desire to send you this brief, unso licited testimonial," /writes Rev. Joseph H. Pesperman, of Barium Springs, Iredell Co., N. C. "In 1898, one of my daugh ters was suffering on account of a severe cough, hectic fever, wasting of flesh and other symptoms of diseased lungs. I promptly gave her Dr. R. V. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery with gratify ing success, and she now enjoys excellent health. This experience caused me to recommend Dr. Pierces medicines *to ! my neigh bors, who, without excep tion, used them with favor able results. This being true, I hereby heartily en dorse your medicines." * It can be truly said of Dr. Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery that it al ways helps and almost always cures. Ninety eight per cent, of all who use "Golden Medical Dis covery" are perfectly and permanently cured. The remaining two per cent, though not cured acknowl edge appreciable benefit. They cough less, eat bet ter, sleep better and feel better for the use of the Discovery." THE IMPORTANT POINT. While extreme cases of disease are cured by the use of "Golden Medical Discovery," the important point is not to neglect the slight cough. From such neglect fatal results have come to many thousands. It is useless to try the mere "cough medicine," or pal-, liative, which soothes but does not cure. The one thing desirable is to be cured quickly and per manently, and it is in such cures that the " Discovery " proves its value. " I took a severe cold which settled in the bronchial tubes," writes Rev. Frank Hay, of Nortonville, Jefferson Co., Kan sas. "After trying medicines labeled 'Sure cure,' almost without number, I was led to try Dr. Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery. I took two bottles and was cured, and have stayed cured. When I think of the great pain I had to endure, and the terrible cough I had, it seems almost a miracle that I was so soon re lieved. That God may spare you many years and abundantly bless you is the prayer of your grateful friend." Men or women suffering from disease in chronic form are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All corres pondence jis held in strict privacy and sacred confidence. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. This offer of free consultation by let ter places at the disposal of the sick the skill and experience of nearly a score of the best physicians who are associated with Dr.. Pierce, chief consulting physi cian, to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Accept no substitutes for " Golden Med ical Discovery." . No other medicine is "just as good " for diseases of the organs of respiration. "THE BIBLE OF THE BODY," is a title that has been given to Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad viser. It is a perfect guide to the health of the body, as the Bible is to the health of the soul. This great work, contain ing more than a thousand large pages and over seven hundred illustrations, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay ex pense of mailing only. Send 31 one cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume, or only 21 -cent stamps for the book in paper covers. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. DISCIPLINE AT ANN ARBOR Two Students Suspended for the Row at the Sophomore Smoker. - New York Sun Special Service Ann Arbor, Mich., April 3.0tt0 C. Berry, a freshman literary' of Glendale', Ohio, and Charles A. Crane, junior law, of Fenton, Mich., have been suspended for participation in the fight with a sheriff's force on the evening of the sophomore smoker last week. Crane is suspended for five weeks and Berry for the rest of the year. ___B__-_T (sli__i%_l BRINGS FREEDOM I H_ \ll 3&& tev\ m ' have been suffering from female diseases for four years. At times I have lliii^i___'^_i__l^_^^^^_f __ _K^l_r^^*^_>. lß_. Era *° t0 bed* ' have had several doctors but none of them did me-any M " ' \_v^cl_H ffi' "** _*-^ilfs HI good. My menses have not been right for years and they get worse every S3 __s^li^ii_lli_lf^^_N_ \_ \___--J__ K^_________rs_T_f^~^^^^___ __f year. My friends advise me to take Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black- |1[ ► HH_^^:'-^'^ X^ _^W___*___B___. <'iS_^_' ______ Draught. I will tell you of my troubles and ask you to write me whether or not i g i_f_l!illll„^^ jjfe^ l!>gps?*^v-_!3____%_^^^ U „\_ffigj*-W r^O H I should take Wine of Cardui. 1 have pains all over me. I have no appetite to W ll^a^Sf^ ______ B_B _____! B__!'^___^____^_SS«L_3^__Sjr. ___ *$___ eat" At times ** hurtS me to stand on my feet. I have spells in which I nearly lift | EM_^__n^^^^^^J^l__^___^^____! I______v_f ___\^___l_^_l\____.S^( smother. My stomach and bowels are in bad shape and it hurts me to lie on «& £m&s^^ V l&mfflßa my Sld&' * have catarrh in my head so bad, my head nearly kills me some- IM _H_. 0 ______ __-._!—_rTT____ pi_Sß-l_f _»a y^Hßy yt Ma ■■) Bj7J 4Br _/^ _*_S ________________________________ _E_i pt^u|^ suffering! This good woman knew she was gradually growing vl| weaker. She could not ea*- It was painful at times to lie down. Hf Wk friend ________ by advising her to take Wine of she 2 less able to bear it. What was she to friend. M X friend answered that for Mrs. Pearson by advising her to take Wine of Cardui. Mrs. Pearson can never fully repay that friend. I WINE* CARDUI 1 I ii li!,i. Vf. US. _ "V? I oitl*s °f Wl °f Ca, Pdul f Dd fiVe Packages of Thedford's Black-Draught, and I feel like a new woman.** M / h^ba^_TanTmy fr.inds 1/ m say I look better than I have in some time. I wrote you in February about your medicine, and I have been taking it ever since. lam doing all my work ■ §1 with ease, and am resting well at night and sleeping like a child. My menses come on regularly now for the first time in three years. I have no more 69' 111 smothering spells and no more headache, and lam feeling better in every way. When I wrote you last February I was not able to sit up. I beoan mending iH HI as soon as I commenced taking your medicine and have been improving ever since. Your medicines have done me more good than all^hedoetbry % ■ How can any woman who suffers as Mrs. Pearson suffered read this statement without recognizing that Wine of Cardui will | [ SB cure her own ills in the same way. Wine of Cardui has brought relief to more than 1,000,000 women during its history of nearly 'H W 100 years. It is not an untried experiment. A million healthy women are examples of the health-giving power of the Wine. It is B H a simple, harmless vegetable medicine, that always does one thing—regulating the menstrual flow and strengthening the weakened If » and diseased female organs. That is what you need if you suffer like Mrs. Pearson. If you are in distress as she was the way to If ■ health is open to you—go to your druggist and buy a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui. Don't accept substitutes. These women I D_-_._t_.-t," Tho Chattanooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Teas. TH__ JM.IiNJNEAi.ULIB JOUKiNAE. GREAT YOKE FAILS Jean De Reszke May Never Sing in Public Again. y: I HIS OLD TROUBLE HAS RETURNED Strain Since He Returned to the Stage, the Doctors Say, Hum Been Too Great. flew Ymrk Sun Speolal Smrvlmm Boston, April 3.—Jean De Reszke's voice has failed him again. "Le Cid" was not given here by the Grau .. Opera company. The management simply announced ' the change of operas, and said the tenor was indisposed. *'."..*'-.."j*" '. As near as can be learned, De Reszke has been stricken with the same form of bronchitis with which he was afflicted last year, and which kept him voiceless for many months. His physicians believe he will be unable to appear upon the operatic stage again. •"*•;•' The.last recovery of De Reszke was a matter of weary months, and after a long rest, when he did attempt to sing in pub lic, he was a failure. It is only since he came to America that his voice. has re gained Its former brilliancy. Now the doctors say the strain has proved too great, and he must pay a severe penalty. His age, too, is against him, and it is im possible for him to recuperate as he did previously. "Jean.De Reszke's voice will be only a memory hereafter," is the mournful prophecy of the music lovers. WAR-TIME SWEETHEARTS They Are Reunited Now After Two Marriages Apiece. New York Sun Special Service Kansas City, Mo., April 3. — romance came to light here to-day in the marriage of J. K. Powers, a prominent O. A. R. man of lowa, and Mrs. E. S. Moore of California, Both had been married twice before. Though they were war time sweethearts, neither had seen the other for many years. ■;:..-., At the beginning of the war Mr. Powers enlisted in Company H, Ninth Indiana in fantry, and lost his right arm at Shiloh. He was only 16 years of age. He settled' in Cass county, lowa, at the close of the war and found that his sweetheart, his present wife, was gone. He married, and at the funeral of his present wife's first husband in 1888 they saw each other for the last time. Both Mrs. Jones and Mr. Powers remarried. Mrs. Jones went to California and married E. S. Moore, an artist who exhibited at the world's fair. Mr. Powers' second wife died and a couple of years ago the separated sweethearts learned each others address. A corre spondence resulted in marriage. Mr. Powers is now assistant superin tendent of the National cemetery at Fort Leavenworth. •'- SAND SOLD FOR GOLD London Bankers Said to Have Been Defrauded Out of $1,250,000. >"(_. York Sun .. Special Service. London, April —Two men are charged in a London police court with defrauding Barclay & Co., bankers, of about $15,000 by forged documents purporting to repre sent large shipments of gold ore, which never existed. ' According to the Daily Chronicle, seven bankers were similarly defrauded out of large amounts, the total sum being nearly 51,250,000. It -is asserted that the supposed bags of bullion were filled with sand. LIQUIFIED GAS MOTOR Frenchman Makes Great Claims for His Invention. "Sew York Bun Special Service London, April --The Paris corre spondent of the Daily Mail credits a Frenchman, J. P. Lajoie, with inventing a motor worked with liquified gas. The inventor says that the gas is three times as powerful as steam. A vessel propelled by the cold gas might remain at sea for years without needing to refill her bunkers. ..... Easter Holiday Rates via Soo Line. April 5 and 6, the Soo line will sell tickets to all local points at fare and one third for round trip. Ticket office, 119 3d st S. . ;.. - y . " y-'S>-: '.?,:-: Cascarine at All l)rnjcljsst*. Cures Biliousness.Constipation and Dys pepsia, or money refunded. Price 60 cents. Book explaining cause and cure mailed free. Kea Bros. & Co.. Minneapolis Minn That tired, languid feeling and dull headache is very disagreeable. Take two of Carter's Little Liver Pills before ■ re tiring, and you will find relief. They never fail to do good. MILLIONS OF MEN ? Have Been Wrecked on the Rock of Vice. x^^lsl_^_k Thousands Hove Been Rescue, by f^^S - Ihe Slate Electro-Medical institute fsfms 11 Which Combines All of the Curative Powers of Both Medicine and 4 4___B|. •4_^'' Electricity in Our Electro-Medical Treatment. || ■j^^^m, SBu >^ Specialists for Diseases _____ Men mh^SSSt' tli _ii IT^ 2_ I i tSS ¥ ___ bblh II il_S£l_3_c bS __ fair __i_r___- . ■•^J/_S%_^'/ ! DO NOT TREAT /ILL DISEASES BUT CURE ALL I TREAT. "^^^4^^^^^^■ y J:l ': j! TREAT MEN ONLY AND CURE THEM TO STAY CURED. ■" ' *• y^MmWßmm^. 1 make no extravagant assertion when I say that millions of men have been wrecked on the ftfi __ ___ A___ _*- ______■____- rock of vice +v The h trouble is not so much that they get disease, but rather that they allow it to 2St © T S_t D©£§ __ 3 _ St grow worse through neglect or improper treatment. This fact is responsible in many cases for ■»■_■ _P_ _»■ V^Wiail^li nine-tenths of the suffering. *_-i-"■•'.."*>'** >« ''"':',>'■'. . ■' - ■ ■■' -. - ...... ' ■ -.'■■- - ■ *-,_ You should remember that the sexual diseases are never at a standstill. Neither can you make any compromise with them Either you must con trol them or they will control you and render you utterly unfit for the ordinary duties and pleasures of life y *■*. ? I £pectf and Free Samples, Trial Treatments and the like don't cure complaints of this kind, as any one who has tried them knows self I. _n°d reefvY^^^ B,°°t d POiS^ N™:**». debility, or aV^iatTdTs^se^wef knesl you owe it to your self to tuny and freely Investigate my treatment. My mastery of these maladies is complete. 1 began a special study of them soon after _raduatin_ nothing _fse'. n°W * °f * ''"^ 3g°' *"* duHng M° f the yearS since then th^ h™ »& ™" stuSyand perTistent practife Ttrat .»*• Does it not occur to you, hen that lam better prepared to combat and conquer diseases and weaknesses oeculiar to man than the _ *n_r_l nrac titioner, who, instead of concentrating his faculties on a single class of diseases scatters them over the e_t_?fSd P VARICOCELE Whatever may be I "NERVOUS .1 Men many of with poisonous virus we will tell you so .__-.__.- - ._.«. .-.„ the cause of Varl- ■■" _- '*'__. you are now reap- frankly, and show you how to get rid ! HOME Most cases can AND ITS cocele, its injurious DEBILITY ing the result of! of it. Our special treatment for Blood ; .-.,-__ _. ... be treated success .._.,, _-■%___- * effects are too well __-.__■-■ :_-___/. -._ : your. former folly. ; Poison is practically the result of our 1 TREATMENT fully at home. One NEW CURE. (known for extended 11 J* KLMLDY. Your, manhood is life work, and is indorsed by the best 1 „-, ...... personal visit is ;..""•• :.. comment, y Suffice to - -y. •_ failing and will soon physicians of America and Europe. It BY MAIL. preferred, but if it say that it depresses the mind, weakens jbe lost unless you do something: for your- j contains no dangerous drugs or injurious! is impossible or the body, racks the nervous system, and j self. There is no time to lose. Impotency, medicines of any kind. It goes to the. Inconvenient for you to call at our ultimately leads to a complete loss of sex- i like all sexual diseases, is never on the , very bottom of the disease and forces out offlce,' write us a full and unreserved ual power., If you are a victim of this stand-still. Either you must master it j every particle of impurity. Soon every history of your case, plainly stating dire disease come to our office and let or it will master you, and fill your whole sign and symptom of Blood Poison dis-j your symptoms. We make no charge us explain to you our, process of treating future with misery and indescribable woe. appears completely and forever. The for Private counsel, and give to each it. You will--then not wonder why we We have treated so many cases of this blood, the tissue, the flesh, the bones and Patient a have positively cured more than 700 cases kind that we are as familiar with them the whole system are cleansed purified I _ _>Al _>__■_ to a __> of varicocele during the past 12 months. as you are with the very daylight. Once and restored to perfect health' and the j LtUAL UUNI HAL-T Under our treatment the patient improves cured by us, you will never again be both- patient prepared anew for the duties and iin writing, backed by abundant capi from the very beginning. All pain in- ered with emissions, prematureness, pleasures of life. ital. to hold for our promise Address stantly ceases. Soreness and swelling small or weak organs, nervousness, fail- all communications to State Electro quickly subsides. The pools of stagnant In S memory, loss of ambition or other —— — Medical Institute 301 Hennepin aye . blood are forced from the dilated veins, | symptoms which rob you of your manhood All A _ .fin In nirlmr _ **. nue, Minneapolis' which rapidly assume their normal size, and absolutely unfit you for study, bust- /M-1- rtOOUtl- «of an. kind i strength and soundness. All indications ness, pleasure or marriage. Our treatment AIT DISFA .F . we never fail to ! The E _otrO-M_d!c_l __P_i_li of disease and weakness vanish complete- for weak men will correct all these evils, *11*- "iSt-ASLa *c " ever .a" fl £ ,B *' """'"I »pe_iailSlS ly, and in their stead comes * the pride, and restore you to what nature intended- CURED comollcatlons If A. tha _if._. a _t _»__..*_.__*_ the power, and the pleasures of perfect a hale, healthy, happy man, with physical, I.UKLU. S? MS ?_ Varl ■"■«__! Departments health and restored manhood. __y_&As___S_!_^?-™ COmplete * cocele, the weakness caused by -it disapl of this Institute by their special combined rTmrTllnr T . .* _ BLOOD POISON On account of its pears. If it is Stricture, and has devel- i Electro-Medical treatment, are making SI NIL I URL It matters not _,„,_.._ frightful hideous- oped into Prostatic, Bladder or Kidney I many .wonderful cures in diseases of the DAI_II reel V «_nLi^ S y°. ,_*_! CURED ness Blood Poison| affections, the injured organs are all re- , IUCD „ lnß . v . ___■■■__ PAINLESSLY suffered from _-,*„.-.„-._ is commonly called stored to perfectly healthy conditions. LIVER, KIDNEYS, RHEUMA nrunvrn Stricture nor how FOREVER. the king of all If it is Blood Poison, any and all Skin, _____ __ .. „ . REMOVED. many different _ venereal diseases. Blood and Bone diseases arising from TISM, PARALYSIS. PILES. eTC. doctors have dis- it may be* either hereditary or contracted, the taint, are entirely and permanently ' ,fcfcW ''" appointed you, we will cure you ; just as once the system is tainted with it the eliminated from the system. If it is Im- PRIVATE I.! ______ certainly as you come to-us for treatment disease may manifest itself in the form potency, the many distressing symptoms rniww,t »"«*. We will not do it by cutting or dilating. 0 f scrofula, eczema, rheumatic pains, stiff following in its train and indicating a pre- ' PM-TAClflll _Dl AAA *__!.__ Our treatment is new, entirely original or swollen joints, eruptions or copper- mature decline of physical mental and AUIUU4 HLUUD FOlSOrl, with ,us and perfectly painless. It com- colored spots on face or body, little ulcers sexual power are totally 'removed and n.i__ii__ ____________ pletely dissolves the Stricture and per- m the mouth or on the tongue, sore rapidly replaced by the youthful energy "Ur I Unt, STRICTURE, manently. removes every obstruction from throat, swollen joints, falling out of the of robust . manhood. Hence all resulting .___*. the urinary passage It stops every hair or eyebrows, and finally a leprous- ills and reflex complications which may VARICOCELE. HYDROCELE unnatural discharge, allays all inflamma- like decay of the flesh and bone. If you! be properly termed associate diseases and •■««"«■*•___, tion, reduces the prostate gland when en- have any of these or similar symptoms, which, in fact, are often more serious _______ __ _!f ITY larged, cleanses the bladder and kidneys, you are cordially invited to consult us than the original ailment that gives rise OLn,uu' U_E>._ll I : invigorates the sexual organs and restores immediately. If we find your fears are to them—all, we say, disappear complete- j And All Allied and Associate Disease . health and soundness to every part of unfounded, we will quickly unburden your ly and forever with the cure of the main I _ *ssooiaie uiseases the body effected by the.disease. mind. But If your constitution is infected malady. y of Men. STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE .r],.: \y^l:.:'.'- Guarantees You Honest, Faithful and Successful Treatment. Consultation in Person or by Letter Free. OFFlCEH°^l*l oj6TonM. 301 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. BUYS MORE BONDS Secretary Gage Is Reducing the Sur - plus and the Bonded Debt. >*««*■ York Sun Special Service [ Washington, April ( 3.Secretary Gage has decided that the time had come for reducing the surplus and the bonded debt at the same time. He announced last week that he would buy in any of the short time bonds whenever they were of fered to him at a rate which would place them as an investment on a par with new 2 per cents. .: _.. - - - . y" 1- '..- The secretary to-day purchased in New York $600,000 additional short term bonds at substantially the same rate as paid for the $2,000,000 bought yesterday. Secretary Gage does not propose to in volve the treasury in j any stock jobbing operations, nor has the surplus grown to su.h proportions that there is any imme diate, pressure to get rid of the money. The new 2 per cent bonds were issued ex clusively for refunding operations. They were permitted to be exchanged for j the old bonds at a fixed rate. The govern ment saved the interest and the investor secured a more desirable security. The transaction was conducted . strictly on a business basis, and neither the govern ment nor the bondholders made any im proper profit... •■ r* - . : ' ..■'-_ The refunding - operations were practi cally closed some months ago. Now the secretary purposes to buy bonds only when it will be profitable, to do so. The indicated: surplus for the year is $56,000,000. The reduction in the war reve nue taxes will scale down the receipts next year about $40,000,000. The result will be that there will not be such a great sur plus to".- work en : next year, and the bond WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 3, 1901. buying plans of the treasury are not like ly to be carried on to any great extent, judging from present indications. -.'-, Change of Time— Northern Ry. Commencing Monday, April 1, morning train for St. Cloud. Fergus Falls, Fargo and connecting points will leave Minne apolis at 9:00 a. m., instead of 9:03 as heretofore. Carey Roofing better than metal, pitch and gravel. W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376. Duke of Parma * Smoke one and you will amok* another. STEAM BICYCLE Boston Inventor Has Built a Two- Horse Power Engine. __- York Sun Special Service New York, April 3.—A Boston inventor has built a two-horse power steam engine which is attached to an ordinary bicycle and he is at work attaching a larger motor to a heavy racing carriage. The motor on the bicycle weighs only, fifteen pounds. Don't Get Left. Eastern , Minnesota railway changes time. On and after Sunday, March 31, the night train on Eastern Minnesota railway will leave St. Paul at 11:10 p. m., Minne apolis at 11:50 p. m. for Duluth and West Superior. Sleepers ready at 9:00 p. m.