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vVbra yoa bar frinil to vlU ycro. It ha b. !cob runt. Too will try to auk hr happy, and yaa'll giw H v1 your UrBt; You'll tlj Rft all the atory of your varied Bourn bold tirM, And evrrtaMingly you'll .rat about your m a (Iain, But whatever f 'u do, don't, for hraven't mk. be U.I Te put that helplrm wnman la tb cold span trtlt Yo may t-ll hrr of your trouble with your nn- aneroua hired grlrla Ami what . nM" and what "I aaid" till h ur.-t rl. mtl r. whirls; Too may talk of arrvant quntion till th act tin num't last ir 1 cam And begin again neat nxmiiii on the aame old ttreaotne th; But whatever rim you do. don't, for heaven! nuke, be led Ta put that belpl'-w woman In the cold apart bd! Ton may tr'l her of your palna and arhea and what the duct or aaid That time you rauw near dying with neuralgia in your bead; Of bow you poured down bitten and drops and patent pilla When you caught tha dread malaria and had aucb awful chill; To may bore ber, you may weary her, till the uft alte were dead. But. for heaven'a make, don't put her in the cold pare bed! , New England Farmer. O O K O e O O O O O H O a 0 a O Wt 0 WtOJt O o THE PERIL OF MADAME. A Story of Love and Intrigue. o at o o o X o af o J o M o M o . Q i M o a'OJO-jOt0aO.Oe10Oal0eOa0iO"a1Ca "l Insist, madame," said A man tor I'ashn. hi ey.s burning with ang-r and the passion which poss'KKil him. "And why refuse me? I love you Ik? yond reason. I have never loved as I love you. Everything you can desire nhall lie yours, Kophronia." "Call me madame." refilled a beauti ful woman, with face of classic pro file, surveying the almost frenzied o pasha with a cold contempt which ag gravated both Ida fury and his desire. "I have already told you, pasha, that I decline to share your affections with the 50 or more estimable ladies of your harem." Then you have been playing with me, Hindu me." growled the pasha. "You have led me to think you were not In different to me. And here, in Iilutza. I am master, and you shall not leave II lutza escept to become my wife." Here he took a stride toward her aa If he would seize her there and then and carry tier ofr. "Take care!" She soke in a low. clear, tin moved tone. "A step nearer, and you are a dead man. I carry a re volver. 1 can hit the ace of hearts at 20 yards. My nerve Is good; my hand is steady. Any violence, and the next second Ainantor Puslia Is a corpse." He Mood stock still. Her coolness calmed lilm. conquered his rage, but Inflamed his admiration. "As the English say. you are a cool hand." he remarked. To himself he thought: "I will have her now at all costs. What a bride for a pasha! What nerve! What a resource! With her, who knows. I might be grand vizier sultan even!" Ami he was perhaps not far wrong. Madame was of many shifts. It was she who In the great South African war had fa-en a spy of fame. Courted by the highly placed and susceptible In the ISritish ennip In various parts of South Africa, she had kept Taul Kru ger and Cronje and Christian De Wet and Erasmus informed of all that was doing In the English army. Her na tionality was a matter of guesswork. Some said she was French, others Rus sian, but she was known as "Madame" par excellence. "I will take my leave now, madame." paid the pasha, drawing his handsome form up to Its full height, "but you eliall marry me." "A very good morning to your excel lency." said Sophronia Valoffsky, with a mocking nod. "but I shall not marry you." The pasha withdrew, with never a word more, and two minutes later there was a clatter of horses on the roadway as he and his staff galloped off up the little street. "Hah!" murmured Sophronia as she eeped out nt him through the Jalou sies. "Not a bad looking man either and sits his horse well." Turning from the window. Sophronia Valoffsky contemplated her face and figure In a huge mirror which stretched from floor to ceiling on one side of the apartment, and then, snatching up a leather head ed baton, she struck smartly a large gong. It was almost Immediately an swered. "Hrlng me my hooded fur cloak at once. layna." said madame. "and cloak yourself as well, for I shall want you." Madame went to a sideltoard and poured herself out a liqueur, while she lit the daintiest of dainty cigarettes. She had not blown half a doien whiffs of smoke when Lona returned and quickly enveloped her mistress In the warm cloak. "Sklavat-e Is to be found today, Lo na?" "Yes. gracious mistress; at the yel low khan In the lower town." "Then conduct me there. No time Is to be lost. My liberty Is threatened. I.oua. and may le gone from me at any nomcnt." As she spoke Mme. Va loffsky stopped toward the Jalousie. Hist. I.oita! There Is a body of Turk ish soldiers coming down the hill es corting a closed carriage. Bolt and barricade the frout door while I run by the lack. Lona. having done her work, rushed after her mistress. She knew the Mac edonian town thoroughly and led ma-daiiu- by devious and intricate turnings to baffle pursuit. Hesiiles. the twilight had begun to deepen, and rain was falling and threatening to fall heavily. At last they reached the lower town. We pay the above reward for Dyspepsia. Sick Headache, or Costiveness we fin Liverita, The Up-to-Date They are purelv Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction, 25c boxes contain 100 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 1 5 Pills. Beware of substitutions and imitations. Sent by mail. Stamps taken. Nervita Medical Gx, Cornel Umton ana jacreson ols-, vugu, mum, i . , Fjr sal by A. G. Lulien & Co , 18 oorth eighth btreet, tiiclitnonci. rr.d. strain pnrsnlng windings lermlaf ly i.iterinluaMe, they at last parsed up a narrow passage to where, underneat r.n ancient Human wall, a bright light mud forth from a large interior. "The khan the yellow khan," whis pered I-ona beneath her breath. Mine. ValwfTsky sighed a fish of relief, r.iu' her gait assumed its wonted uiuluiatin grace as she t-pi-d forward tuwart the pen front of the k':a or rude l:n A number of men it, the garb of lb Macedonian mountain it were sittin within, carousing out nf drinking horns. Jesting and laughing loudly. dead silence fell on them ail as Sopbro nla Valoffsky stepped forward an stood calmly facing them, a dream o beauty so she seemed to those stal wart fellows while Ixina quietly, a became the waning woman, too liei place a little to the left of madame. "Where Is Sklavatz?" said madame with clear, bell-like, penetrating voice. "Sklavatz, your excellency! He within," said one of the men. "Skla vatsc! Sklavatz:" Instantly a tall, handsome, splendidly made Macedonian stepjied from the In terior of the khan ami raised his hat high In a not ungraceful salute. "At your service, gracious lady," said he. "I'ray. what are your commands?' Sophronla then drew from the folds of her dress a small leather letter hold er, from which she took a document which she hnmU-d to Sklavatz. He ie rused it, his Interest rising as he read Then he folded it and handed It back with an air of great devotion and In creased deference. "Can I speak with yon alone?" shp asked. "Come with me, madame." And h led her Into an Interior apartment Quickly she told him of the er:l whicl threatened her from Amantor I'asha. "If your excellency lets him know by how great a personage you are hon ored." "But he must not know. It is Imner ative he should not." And then In low tone she unfolded to him her plans She must be saved after having se cured her quarry. "It shall Ik- done, your excellency,' saw Kinvaiz at last. "ir it costs m my life and that of all my kinsmen." When madame and Lona returned U their residence, the Turks had gone, and Sophronia at once sat down and wrote a most caressing note to Anion tor Pasha, and this she sent to t It palace at once, smiling slyly as sh thought how the great eyes of Aman tor Pasha would glow as he read th Iicrfumed page, how lovingly he would finger his long mustachios. Two days later Sophronia sat in a closed carriage with dispatch boxes near her containing documents by which loth the Ottoman and tierman governments laid the utmost store. They were going to Ainantor Pasha's shooting box. which lay near a lakelet In a lovely mountain glen. A few Baslil it.izouks were the sole escort. Some cantered in front; a denser IkhIj brought up the rear. Amantor on a handsome charger caracoled gayly in sight of the open window of the car riage. They were In the center of the defile of Jalouf when suddenly a rifle shot rang out amid the stillness of the mountain solitude, and a horseless steed came clattering past the carriage. Amantor Pasha galloped forward to see what had haprtencd. Before he had ridden r0 yards the mountains were echoing with the sharp, swift volleys poured in on all sides. The Bashi-Bazouks In front were shol down to a man. Those In the rear, having lost heavily, turned to fly, but their retre: was cut off at the mouth of the Jalouf defile, and not one es earod. Again Sklavatz stood bareheaded in front of Sophronia Valoffsky. who smiled on him her sunniest smile as she sat back in the carriage. "And the pasha V" she asked. "lie is dead, madame." "It Is well." said she; "he became in solent." Ijiter In the day Sophronia turned to her trusted servant after a few mo ments reflection. "This Is a great coup. Lona," said she. "But this Mace donian did you see his look? He loves me." Penny Pictorial Magazine. Why Flanrra It loom and Hint a Sine The old comfortable" belief of our forefathers that the flowers and fruits and all the good things of the earth were created for their benefit has been completely shattered by science. The shining gold of April celandine, the scent of white violets, are not for us at all. says science, not even for the bi sects that come to them for honey, but Just for the sake of the flowers them selves, which must get cross fertilized or die out. Self, self only. Is the bed rock of It all. So the violets are not fragrant for us, and the thrush was not made to sing on our account, but to charm his mate; and the stars do not shine so as to light our way through the wood and across the wild on moon less nights. Fortunately this discovery need not take away our appetite for the feast which Is spread out. We need have no more compunction la coming to It un invited than has the lee or the moth In sipping the nectar of the blossom. It may eveu be that we, like they, do render unconsciously some return for benefits received. Saturday Review. His Line. Bishop Clarkson of Nebraska, known and well beloved throughout the west, was accustomed to carry his fitments In an ordinary traveling case. On cue of his Journeyings he was ap proached by a traveling man, who. mistaking him for a fellow drummer, asked. "What do you carry?" To which the dear man replied, with Indescribable good fellowship, "Lawn! Exchange. any case of Liver Complaint, Indigestion, Constipation cannot cure with Little Liver Pill Mitn Street, and tha Moore Dru Co, JOHN ADAMS' WIFE. A Utlrr From Ablaral! Adaoa -Tfc Vice I'rraldrat'a I'aarl loa. PHitrri.piiiA, Iec. 0, 1797. Dear Sir I received your letter of Xov. 21 by the post of yesterday. With respect to the notes you write me about. I wish you to do by them as yoa would by your own. as I do not want at present either principle or Interest. I think It would be most for my Inter est to do by them as you propose. The method you mention, of adding to the outhouse so as to give me a dairy room, I like very much and would leave it to your Judgment. I think It would be best to have it large enough to take of a closet that cold victuals, etc.. may not be mlxt in with dairy affairs. 1 should be glad to have it compleated If possi ble before I return In the spring, but the winter has set In with great vio lence here, and the rivers are already frozen up, so that I fear we shall not have a chance of getting any cheese here. Congress are but Just getting Into business, and the vice president Is not yet arrived to sit six months togeth er. Regulating debates, moderating warmth and reading jianers Is a labori ous task and what. I fancy, the present V. P. does not like so well as rocking In his pivot chair or amusing himself with the vibration of a pendiium. I have never yet seen the southern man. Washington excepted, who could bear close application for any length of time. What a ringing would here have been In all the Jacobinical prayers from one end of the United States to the other if somebody else had done so! We ate all well. The cold weather has entirely put a stop to the yellow fe ver, and no person would now supKse that such a calamity had ever befallen the city. The synod recommended a day of fasting and prayer. The differ ence between this place and X. Eng land was this: Being recommended by a body of Presbcterian ministers, none of the church clergy would Join in it. Every shop in the city was open as usual, and a very small proportion of the Inhabitants attended worship. Busi ness and pleasure went on as usual. Remember me to Mrs. Tufts and all other friends. From your ever affec tionate Abigail Adams. THE BRITISH TOURIST. Ie Wae Plraaaatly Surprised by the Train Boj i Attentions. The British tourist sat In the car and gazed idly across the bleak prairies. He felt a slight touch and. looking around, found that a uniformed youth had deposited several ruddy oranges on the seat. "He didn't wait for the money," re marked the tourist, gazing from the fruit to the rapidly retreating train boy. "He never does." said the fellow pas senger, with a knowing smile. "Oh, I see! It Is one of the advan tages of your great railroad system. Free fruit for its patrons." The British tourist was Just peeling the second orange when a dainty pack age of chocolate confectionery was de posited on his knee. 'By Jove." he exclaimed enthusias tically, "this is delightful! When I re turn home. I shall write a paper on the excellence of American travel." In less than ten minutes he was the recipient of another package. It was a ttle bos containing a black cigar and two matches. No wonder you Americana like to travel," he said, biting the bitter end of the cigar. Then he found that a comic publication had found its way to his seat. "This is great!" he grinned. "I am going to tip the lwy. Wait a moment." The train boy halted, and the tourist held out a dime. "What is that for?" asked the boy. "For yourself." "You owe me a half, mister." "Owe? I thought you were giving these things a way?" "Not today. The half, please." "But why don't you take the money when you leave the stuff?" "Because we'd never sell it." The tourist reluctantly banded over the coiu. "(Joing to write about the excellence of American travel?' asked the fellow passenger. "Not I." responded the British tour ist. "I am going home and tell the na tion about the traiu robberies over here T Exchange. Vitality of Hrbrr wt. If the future population of the earth is to be estimated on the basis of race vitality, then there is no question but that the Hebrews will yet be In the majority. Statistics show tbaT the average longevity of the Hebrew race is greater thau that of any other. Their numbers must therefore be increasing relatively to every race, and they cer tainly are. Whether It is due to the sanitary measures enjoined by their re ligion or because of native vitality Is for students of sociology to decide, but the fact still remains. Yet numbers are not always to control the destiny of the race, and it Is to be supposed that fraternity and good sense are slow ly wiping out race distinctions. Bos ton Globe, A Humble Apology. "We feel that an apology is due." ex plains the editor of the Spiketown Bliz zard, "to the estimable young woman who teaches at the schoolhouse in dis trict No. 5. Through the wretched blunder of a worthless tramp printer whom we trusted with the setting up of au Item Just as we were closing the forms for our last week's edition we were made to say that 'Miss Ruby Mc Connell. the handsome and popular teacher In Riggs neighborhood. Is the proud possessor of an elegant new black beai.' We wrote It 'black board.' "Chicago Tribune Aid For Amotttona Girls. The educational committee of the Association of Collegiate Alumna. Philadelphia branch, has collected data designed to be of service to Philadel phia girls who wish to go to college. Information will be furnished inquir ers regarding college preparatory schools fer girls, situated In Philadel phia and sttt-srbs, and concerning the principal colleges and universities of the United States admitting women. The committee especially desires to give helpful and personal suggestions to those trying to prepare themselves for college. Ditrrrare la Ike -Daugbtera." Those who have long been puzzled aii to the difference between a Daughtet of the American Revolution and Daughter of the Revolution withoui: the American are now able to see that It all deixnds on who organized the so ciety. The talk about the "black ball of exclusiveness and "contact wun in ferior" sounds a little odd coming Croca the descendants of our sturdy pa .noutnn tn irhatdwr sncietV thl: - U1UI BUltawto r " - w ' ladies niay belong. Chicago News. KICIIMOKD DAILY PALLAlilU3I V E ON E 13 AY", MAY 29 1901. AFTER TI!K 15ATTLE. A VETERAN'S STORY CF A TASSELEO TURKISH FEZ. lit CreTne larldral In Wbleb He rartieinated at lae SereaJ Battle f lanait Knur Bo, a d Hla "Whenever I see a tasseled Turkish fez." said a Confederate veteran whose attention had Nm attracted by smoking cap of that pattern in a Canal street window. "I atn reminded of a curious and rather srewsome incident of my campaigning days. It was on the morning after the second battle of Manassas," he continued in resjionse to a reipiest for the story, "and several of us trom my company had gone over to the l)i-i:l in the hope of picking up a few things that we badly needed and for which the dead had no further use waterproofs, for iustauce. and sound canteens. "During the previous day's engage ment you may remenilK-r that a regi mi-nt of freshly recruited New York zouaves held the crest of a hill and wer? charged and almost annihilated by Hood's brigade. They were mowed down like rilened grain and fell so thieily that their corpses literally car peted the earth. I dare say it was as awful a slaughter, considering the number engaged, as occurred anywhere in the course of the war. "Well, we hadn't gone very far when we came to this hill and began to get among the dead men. The poor fellows had been mustered into service less than a week before, and they were said to be the most gorgeously uniformed military troop ever organized. They wore scarlet Turkish trousers, blue jackets embroidered with gold bullioii braid and purple fezes with long pend ent tassels. "Being just from the outfitters, all this tine regalia was perfectly fresh and new. and somehow or other It added to the ghastliucss of the specta cle on l he hillside. The corpses were in all sorts of strange postures, and their fantastic costumes gave them an air of horrible grotesijueness that I couldn't begin to describe In words. "However, to come to my point. I had picked up a fez to carry away as a relic and was about to leave the siot when 1 bapK-ned to notice a much haiuUomer specimen on the head of a little zouave stretched out. stiff and stark, a few yards away, with a hand kerchief over his face. I stepped up to make a 'swap,' but had barely touched the tassel when a low, sweet toned voice under the handkerchief said. 'Please don't!" "For a moment," continued the veter an, "that unpleasant protest, coming from what I had supposed to be a corpse, made my hair bristle on my head. Then I lifted the handkerchief and was shocked to see the delicate, refined features of a loy not over 15. He was pale as death and evidently desiM-rately wounded, but he looked at me calmly. My ;od.' I exclaimed, 'what a lad you are to tie here!" 'I'm afraid I'm dying unless I have help.' he replied. 'Io you think the surgeons will U around pretty soon?' 'The Iord knows!' 1 groaned, for the boy's cour age touched me to the heart. 'Your surgeons have ail run away, and we only have a few. with more wounded than ttiey can attend to.' 'Then 1 guess all I can do is to lie here "quietly and die,' he said in the same gentle voice. 'Can you -get me a little water before i you go ?' "1 took his canteen and hurried down to a branch at the foot of the hill, where the first thing 1 saw, by the way. was the corpse of a zouave float ing in a pool. I went up the stream far enough to get out of the horrible death zone, tilled the canteen with pure wa ter an1 was soon back at the Itoy's side. 1 gave him a drink, and he thanked me. 'Is there nothing else 1 can doV 1 asked awkwardly, because I knew our com pany was under early marching orders that morning and that it would be Im possible for me to linger much longer. 'Nothing at all, thank you.' he replied. 'No message to anybody? 'No; noth ing, thanks.' "I turned away most relnctantly and had gone only n few yards when I heard his thin voice calling me back. "Excuse- me," he said, 'but I want you to accept this as a present.' and he handed me his fine purple fez. 'No. no,' I exclaimed, greatly embarrassed; '1 couldu't think of taking it. When 1 started to a little while ago. I thought you you' 'Thought 1 was dead, of course,' he Interrupted. 'Well. I soon will be. and that other fez will do me just tis well. Please put it on my head and lake mine.' 1 saw that he would be btirt unless I did as he desired, so I took the fez and went away. "In less than half an hour our com pany was on the march, and. needless to say. I never heard anything more of the little child zouave, lie was badly wounded and undoubtedly died where 1 left him. I kept the fez a long time." added the veteran, "but it was finally lost, with other odds and ends, in tbe general confusion following the war. I'd give some money for it today." New Orleans Times-Democrat. The Good Effect a of Apple Rating;. The apple is such common fruit that few are familiar with its remarkable efficacious properties. EvervUnly ought to know that the very tiest thing they can do Is to eat apples just In-fore re tiring for the night- Tbe apple Is an excellent brain food. tH-cause it has more phosphoric acid in easily digested shape than any other vegetable known. It excites the action of the liver, pro motes sound and healthy sleep and thoroughly disinfects tbe mouth That is not all. The apple agglutinates tbe surplus acids of the stomach, helps the kidney secretions and is one of the best preventives known ot diseases of tbe throat. Journal of Agriculture. Excursion Rates to Lincoln. Neb.. Via Pennsylvania Lines. May 2&1 to 27th. it clusive, for an nual Conference German Baptist Brethren, excursion tickets will b sold to Lincoln, Neb , via Pennsylva iia Lir.es. Tickets will be valid for return from Lincoln until June 4th Extension of return Limit By de posit of ticket and payment of firty -ents to Joint Ag-ent at Lincoln, or r before June 3d, an extension of re urn limit may be obtained to leave Lincoln not later than June 30th. For articulars see Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. Low Fares to-St, Paul via Pennsylvania Lines. M.iy 2th, 27th, 29th. 30tb Jnne 1st and 2i. excursion tickets to St. Paul, Minn., will be sold via Penn--lvania Lines account meeting of Military surgeons of the United States, American Academy of Medi cine and American Medical Associa tion. Anybody may take advantage r-f the low rates. For particulars see Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. P0SITiyEPR00F Should Convince the Great est Skeptic in Rich mond. Because it's evidence in Richmond. It's from a citizen, perhapsa neigh bor. Investigation will confirm it. Mr. U. W. Hunt of -UK) Main street, a veteran of the civil war. a member of company A, THth Ohio infantry during the civil war, says: "Dunes: four or tlve years 1 suffered a jrrvat deal with severe pains through my loins and kidneys ami an irremilar and distressing action of the kidney secretions, accompanied by consider able pain. JIv face, particularly be low the eyes, puffed and bloated ar.d I suffered a irreat deal from headache and dizzy spoils. On account of not resting well I felt tired ard exhaust ed in the morninirs. Mv atteution was attracted to Doan's Kidney Pills which were hirhlv recommend ed, and I went to A. (.J. Luken's drue store and got a box. I took but a tew uoM-s wtsen l tK'iran to improve sieauny in spite of my advanced a 'ntil I Lad no more aches and pains, the headache di-sapiared, I rested weii and leit altogether like a new man. For sale bv ail dealers. Pric frrtc. Foster-Miiburn Co , Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Bean tKa if , t rrr. UTS; Chronic Constipation Cured. The most important discovery of recent years is the positive remedy for constipation. Cascarets Candy Cathartic. Cure guaranteed. Genu ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. Druggists, ioc. My heart and hand another claimed, His plea had come too late. It's ever thus with tx-ople without pluck and vim. lake li'icky Mountain Tea.do-'t tjet left aoain. Ask vour drui'irist. DOMT TOBACCO si n and SMOKE Vour Life awavl i'oil can be etirett of rT v form of hiharm n . . : . easily, be made well, strong, tnriirnetic, fnl! i.; oew life and vipor hy takiun NO-TO-BAC, that makes weak jnca sironir. M inv i un ten pounds in ten days. Over SOO,OUtJ cured. All dmpists. Cure puarauieed. Mihk let and advice I RKH. Address SVKSI IM! KEMtUV CO hir-TO im New York. 437 Reduced Fares for Decoration Day Trips. Persons deirir,r to spend Decora tion Day away from home and makt pcctal trips at low rates may pur chase redui ed fare tickets at ticket llices of the Pennsylvania Lines May 2!th and Hoth. The return lim t will include May 31st. For par tic tars see nearest Pennsylvania Line ticket ao-ent. The Pai-American Exposition site at Buffalo was wisely selected. W.th- n a radius of 500 miles of that cit 40,000, 000 of people, reside. Th;i1 number includes one-half of the iwip ulation of the United States and three-fourths of the population of Canada. A laro-e segment of that rele the one taking in three of the principal states of the Union, Illi nois, Indiana and Ohio is traversed by the Akron lioute. O jOl. S3 0 XX X A. . th. j Ifce Kind Yoa Haw Always BassR Signature of Old Soldier's Experience. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of Wir.cheste.", Iud., writes: "My vife was sick a lon time in spite of od doctors' treatment, but was body cured bj" Dr. Kiny s Aew Life Pills, which worked wonders for her health." They always do. Try them. Oulv 25c at A. G. Luken v Co.'s drug store. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. hs Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the -iianature HOW ARE TOUR KIP WETS? Dr. Ilobbs' Sparajrus pills cure all kidnev ills. Saraole free. Add. Ster ling Remedy Co., Chicago -The Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo is an Amer.'cio exposition as its name signifies: ' Pau."a Greek word meaning All. The Pan-American Buffalo Line "Akron Ri.we" is an All-Amerieau Railroad and in cludes a part of the Standard Rail way System of America I he l'enn sylvania Lines. CAN OV CATHARTIC. Genuine sramped CCC Never sold in bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to tll tomeihinc just as Kood." C3 - -- Signature S " . of Home Seekers" Excursion via Pennsyl vania Lines. Low rate Home-Seekers "excursio0 tickets to the west and south will Le sold via Pennsylvania Lines May 7 21, June 4th and 18th. Particular information about fares, through time and other details will be furn ished upon application to passenger and ticket agents of the Pennsyl vania Lines. EDUCATE TOUR 30WELS v ITH CA CARETS. Canay Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c 25c If CCC. fail, drug gists refund money Bain too , la KnA i tinkmn Bag Tk CAN OV CATHARTIC. 3 VISIT WINOXA LAKE. An Attractive Summer Haven lor Rest Recreation, Entertainment. Winona Lake, Ind.. on the Penn sylvania Lines, is an attractive sum mer haven for persons who desire to combine devotion, entertainment aud instruction with rest and recreation This resort is the site of Winona As sembly and Summer School, and is annually visited by many persons who are strengthened in mind by the excellent facilities for educational work, and invigorated in body by the heaith-gi vtng influences for which mona Lase is famous. The sea-son of 11M1 will open May 13. Commencing cm that date excur sion tickets with fifteen-day limit will be on saie via Pennsylvania Lines. Thev miv be obtained dur ing Mav, June, July aud August. Tbe sale of season excursion tickets will also begin May 15 aud continue daily until September 14. Excursion tickets will le good returning until S ptemter 17. Full information abut the attrac tions at "Beautiful Winona." its as sembly aud summer school, etc., will fce cheerfully furnished all who ad dress Mr. Sol C. Dickey, secretary, Wim-na Lake, Indiana. Inquiries about excursion rates, time of trains, etc., should be addressed to passan ger and ticket agents of the Pennsyl vania Lines, or Frank Van Dusen, chief assistant general passenger agent, Pittsburg. Pa- It Saved Mis Leg. P. A. Danforth of LaOrange, (la., suffered for six months with a fright ful runnintr sore on his leg; but writes that Huckien's Arnica Salve wholly cured it iu five days. For Ul eers, VYouuds, Piles, it's the best salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 2.'c. Sold bv A. Lukeu & Co. Dou't cct sld--tracked in business Dullness sometimes passes for di'uth Men with brains reach the goal Rocky Mountain Tea puts gray mat ter into one s head. o."c. Ask your druggist. Shudders at His Past. ''I recall now wiiu horror," says Mail Cii rier Burnett Maun of Ix vauna, (., "my three y ars of suf fering from kiihicy trouble. I was hardly ever fn-e from !u!l acl.es. or acu c pains in my l;wk. To sloop or lilt mail sacks mad.- me groan. 1 felt tired, worn out, at tout, ready to give up, v heu I began to use Electric Bitters, but six bottles coinpieteU cured me and Iliads me f.-cl like u new man." They re unrivaicd to r gu late stou.iic , I t i, kidnejs .wid no els. Pii i ut i- .tisi cm. ii gcaran ictd by A. n iV i. m.,v .iu cents. All Eyes on Texas. (5 reat is Texas. Her vast cot tor. rops and marvellous oil discoveries amaze the world. Now follows th startling statement of the wonderful work at Cisco, Tex , of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. "My wife contracted a severe lung trouble," writes editor J. J. Eager, "which caused a most obstinate cough ard finally resulted in profuse hemorrhage!-, but she has been com pletely cured by lr. King's New llis- coverv. II s iosiiiveiy guaranteca ''or coughs, colds and all throat and lurg troubles. f0c ar.d $1. Trial free at A. G. Luken &. Co.'s. FQUriB AT LAST A remedy put tip in 1-wor.Ki-r'orm and ns plea ant to take as its ii:in-o wonM imply and a posi tive cure for Constipation, whether obstinate or occasional, also Sick Headache, Sallow Complex ion, Jaundiced Eyes, Offensive Breath. Torpid and Sluggish Liver and Biliousness. C. E. Carter's Laxative Chocolatts will positively enre any of 'lie above conditions. It is pleasant U tlie tassel ad apnrely vegetable laxative with no bad after-ellects, nor pain, nor (rripinK. It is essentially necessary to trood health that the Liver and Bowels be kept in a clean, rwrular and lmalthy condition, and Car ter's Laxative Chocolates will aid nature in the proper discharge of her duties, and prevent any more serious complications which miht arise from lack of attention. It is invaluable for Children and very dnlirnte Women, and has no naueous or objectionable tate. PRICE, 25 AND EO CENTS. The fjrtc. box contains two and ono-lialf times the quant ity of the 21c. tire. C E. CARTER & CO.. 71 W. Jachson St.. CHICAGO. BEAUTY, 211 GOHQUEROt. BELLAVITA Ajeni- E-Bnty T-hleta axid FUla. A pe. feetly if and imxrar.Wed treatment forall tku 1 i-iorde"--. Hesters the bloom ol youth to faded face :0 d-iys tr-ato.ent ;Vs days' ft.00, by nai1 Vnd fifrcirn? at. Addrr,. IfclV IT CUHM. tX. UimuS lackfwl Sts CMC Sold by A. (i. Luken fc Co., ain treet. and Curmo & Co 413 north eighth street. Richmond Dont Be Fooled! 1 :iie tt.e rrenuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mit? only Sy Madiswi Medi cine Co..' Mudison i. It kps vu well. Our trade mitr cut on -ch package. fricc. cent. fCvcr sold In bulK. Accept tv substi ..:. A9k your druzist. .Hb.-UN.Ca lit,? t a Hon pr'impr i-t. Sprmtorrh-sV t.ittn, isBRatfiral dt cf rr. .r any tu flam ma tflt. Iff UlJ.ifJ O. ArCrTA (i-3 f mocoai to-rn 1 r fc. in tfcin wrapp t'f i ", prid, i m Mrrva-r ar o nKOeaa THIN PEOPLE Ban al3lbW MTwrsttien to brrm ploml. I BUI nom Unr few hB no friltrr r-m1j. ia accomwita AllFALFARNJE Fattening Food IVm't rrasaia this wh-tl thrm iiitP' food wli briol job bum uui grim- fTprpail for fl W r bottle, if obtaiubw Iron rarnuutrt. l-cn.Kiw circular asa nsnaxun suuiad fraa. The Alfalfa Company, WICHITA. KANSAS. Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co. Richmond Distributed, L H7 I ftttaM cooffjr H.H.MEEKHOFfI SANITARY riaUMBUCtJ Steam andlHot Water Heating SEWERAGE, ETC See us for Estimates. lMione 4(1. US Nilitli ...Bradbury & Son.., Heair if I Il Wfftllll Four acnes of native forest and srlect id fiuit trees, with Rood, substantial 1 tick resilience. One of the choicert sttl urban places in the vicinity cf Richmond. Yestcott Hloctr Richmond, ladlaas. paper IJang'ing g Painting- ED. LAMB. 11 OS Cross Hal Street. Home Phone 6 Absolutely Harmless. Cures on the Spo BR0 M0 -PEPSIN NOTE THE WORD PEPSIN." 11 IDPQ Headache, Sleeplessness -f Unuj Indigestion. Nervousness Uruoolats lOe. 2Se md 60. DOMESTIC- STANDARD, and NEW H J ME WHITI Seuing Machines. Machines for Rent, and Rejiirs. Needles, R M LACEYi7!L"J! Summer Reports on the G.R.&I. "The Fishing Line." 1 h- P -ntf-r I-i:irtrn'ti! of th Or unl Rnpnl? Jk iti'li.-n rl:iuM ia.-u'. a . 6-utf- lMH.kn-1. t tul-.i -M n-1ii:ii in Rimiur, thai i-tilHll 2 pi. -t iir n r'ri l JSortli-rii Mii-liliiall: lin-rHt- UK iith.riii.iiioii iveu m im .tit in-ae ufuiar n-Mtriu. Pctoskey Smj Vi.w Harbor Springs Harbor Point Wequetonsing Roaring Br. ok Emmet Beach Wlluon Lake Mackinai Island Traver.e City Neahtawanta Omena fro-topert North sort Point I dgewood anil other points It contfiin n ht nf lu.t-l ami Umr-linn li.u-e in N..nh rn Mm hiin. with tti-ir ru- t.- ia unl - k. aii'i uwt.if-r larw Irom tin- rnicimi Ik.iiH- III Ilic Mlil.llf Wrfl. This booklet wt be feat free iron r-iwt to 1,. l,ii('K'OOD,lli'l Pa-i-M-n 11 r ami I K'ki'l Ai-iit, tlr tml RM. Mk-Ii. TIi- oiimmi-r tram iw-h-.ul Km into - t J.itw . Tim- ;ir.n tl mil mf"r mil ot r-Kxrdnit im- turn" tlio 'N..nh'unl Ei.i" with vu Hr prvii--. wiT Irf- jM-ni, an.1 hwihhimt Kiv'n nn -x .-oinforTftMe tr im tli MB GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RAILWAY THE AKRON ROUTE TO BUFFALO STOP-OVERS ALLOWED at Chautauqua Lake at le Pan-American Exposition and Niagara Falls on all Tickets to Lastera Points iiwlud 'wg Canadian Beons awd ?w York. ft i TB5J mm IB aCFlL J.. I5iitr.4a raaa. 5 J" I. euaflu - -44 J U. UvS-- - lUsi &Jaa Lt. ttt':ui " Htm Lr. IC-ii 4i w 7 IS m U. 0kxaii CLit IU mt SLtoaa U.U3w. n lesaia 4J mi ir. UXBaIcs Si-ilitS mi ir. ItH't ki tkjt- iHtm teJ mi ir.J J (tl ! iiwjltami ii BOFFALO j . l'. TH pAS aMCaiCa EXPRESS rmm tilr .1 u r u ind.) .- I AT tTm luLetxiM. ILrjcij-ti r.int to RaBi I'-.. i.-...,ijk l; ,T!rireid M-ia l.vi-i.a- W vm-u a Ha- a..1 Ijiims t are rsa aa a wAd trij tmm iutr,f- to ta3ai. TH BU! FIL3 ElPRtSS rw daily if f-sinv ri-i ' Jr awl 12 Necjwtg t ar fr-a t:mia to Basaiaw r-i -..r. -, . ac aa4 kr caac ma r JiSrtiiasj aa Area tit rmajlnm Pennsylvania Lines TI9IE TABLE. la Effect Sunday, May Si., 1901. Train rna by oaatral nuutl Slme. IsteJaaatl Um. Hiallm A CWlnmli aua Caacmaaa ArrnmoiUtiiT eMan HUtni Canrnun oo nt ti. K. L A Cm. A 43m ! Indlanapelle Line. New York A St Unu Mail. $ f " 9Umu Luauwa 4 r ltbaioU Aoc . Itna J.a N arfe St How Mul..ia aai IjHr" New k a St lxxu. .. iur. w"a S Ixmu UmiM Mul S3P pm n'ew mk A St U. t Ml j a m Chleaae Une. Locaatort Acc - TSa Clucaa r ait Mail a j) 1 1 ao tmiMii a Liwi Acc-. t Ura am Cm. Uunco Niht fcp..., 1115 pm jup. Uaytea Aaatla Lima, Xenia StHc'StL t -ol- Ate s 10 a m miiib Uavtua Xeua a luaitail...a. . m nio am Uaytua I'itt Kn 1 uk o 05 a m t m Cot. futM. at New V oik. 4 ' t (. a nopm laraa A Xeaia act.. 1 . v imoia Nw oca Liaiud ........ Ijra 40 a m Pieea. Urbana A Celaatbae Llee. St Loui. A New Vork Mm1. 515 am ;-" taanla. a Cote. Acc 10 a m 1 - p m fuu m Ka Mail a. fe.u Tpm Soapm St lxxiia I imitwit Maii . 4 5. p m Grand Raplda A Indiana Rj. fl Vam Orand KiU Acc taoam ijP" MuJ kiiwla A Maca atml.i s P m to no am Northland fcviw.. 1IIOB. J J am Daily. All othei tratna daily eacwvt Samlaak J. A. Garmmt, Stattoe Hum. C. W. Ebam. Tlcfcm Acaat. Cincinnati, Richmond Muncie R. R. Paasengap Sehedule In Etfect rhnreday Eebntary 28, IOOI.i N. is. No. U. ljr- K t-limon.l 9.15 am ml i.m tMHlth KM-tllllUtl . ... lal hui t: o fin Wol'e .- lriil-y H-1 fit m ......... r K 7:116 .m tiu r l .M (.ia J: Ki I'lO t iM .ta No. UL It. a am ... i-.;7 am ...10 a am h ma . . . . Klh-hell , Arrive CiMUujh ttr Haiuif u tia l H a I Ciu'ti via C 11. a 1' . IU 47 am . 1 1 A ul No. 1. .. .m Leave Cm'ti via C. 11 a 1 ila.t.il'ti ml'. U Klulieli I'. 4 16 jn ... a uu fin ... i la j ia MOnir :itj am K B lll.lU 8 -ll .in Kit-i.ia K :06 a.u 1.ut au lit tluHlon ...... 6 pin lrulev ... . ... V oli- . arrive Smith Kh'limouU.. a 4j ( in ... a.00 ( " Kii-hukimtl ........ F. Stop for PaK-tnTii, CK.aH l raiua Wiiy. JOHN J. AHl'HKK, '-o. Paaa. Ajit. V. 1. Al.l.K.N, iwt'l Mr. Richmond and Dayton Leave Rh l.m.inJ via I'VCa 81 I. kv .itlm .410 i ra eavc KmUii via layufia W-Mtt-rti I rm-t u t y.ioaiii 4 til ( in rnvp UnyUm 1 1 tM am a.iai in KTUHNIMti. Ltmve I-hvioii vm liivlon A West ern l t' . n:0" m 10:. am vim t..u ll.iu i. in Lome Katun vi i P O C A HI I. Ky Jo IU Jl in 12 noon u H I n I" to l. in triv Ki. I.ui.iu.i ym PC O A M L Ky o llr.;5 niu l'J:'l )n. tl put ll tkl piu tiTin tr ri&K. Komi ! tri. Itichmon.l an.) Ealou, vik P. O. uM.tty - w Ronn.i trip, KtUim aa.i liayum. via U. lit W. rrm tiu v,u ......... .-a Roitnd trip, Kk.-Iiiikio.I aud Dayton l ".0 Cincinnati Northern R. R. Trainf dim Weil Manchester daily aaceut Sunday Aft lotlowft ; North Bound. South Bound. So. Mo. 4 .10:50 a m . y . o p m No. j ... No. 1.... ..9:1. a m ... 4:ispm Noa. v and 4 run only between Cinciuna.i and Vaa Veot. Noa. I and run through between Cincinnati U T. G. M. Sebiudle, O.f.M. 14L4I O, t '-. FIKH ALARM 1IOX1M. FIRST DISTRICT.! South of Main, West of Seventh Sin et. 12, First and south C, I'i.iiio factory 13, 15, ltt, 18, Second and south I'. Fourth and south 1 Fifth and south Ii Fifth and south II Seventh and south C" ' SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, Iietween 7th at d 11th eta. 21, Kighth and Main 24 Kik'l'th and south K 24. 215, 27, 2H, Seventh and south O Ninth and south A Tenth and south C Kleventh and Min Fileveuth and south J THIRD DISTRICT. South of Main, Ft-st of Fleventh Street 81, Twelfth and south B 82. Twelfth and south K Fourteenth and Main F'ourteenth and south C ' FMghteenth and south A Twentieth and Main 31, So. 5W, 37, FOURTH DISTRICT. Morth of Main, West of ltlth st. to River. 41, Third and Main, Robinson's shop. 42, Third and north C 43, City liuilihng, Fire Headquarters 45, Gaar, Scott Co 45, No. 1 hose house, north 8th stieet 47. Champion Mill 48, Tenth and north I FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Sevastopol. ; JR. West Third and Chestnut Wr-st Thirvt nt Matirmal road 62, West Third and Kinsey 63, West l Uira ul Ricitu-ond even: e 64, Earlham College 65, State and Boyer 66, Grant and Kule 67, Hunt and Maple 6", Grant and Siicridan 6tf, Bridge avenue, Paper Mill SIXTHI DISTRICTJ North of I) Street. Kat of Tenth Street 61, Railroad Shop 2, Hutlon's Comn Factory 63, Hotsier IMI1 Works -et, Wayne Agricultural Works 5, Richmond City Mill Works $, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteenth and north H SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North I) (An, K o'10lh , 7, Ninth and north A 71, Eleventh and north B 72, fourtrruth and north C 73, No. 9 hose house, ea end 74, Eighteenth and north C " 75, Twjty-econd and north R secil:icna s. 5- i-2 Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out 6- $-3 Fire pressure S F'ire pr-sure off 10-10-1O Natural gas off 1W Natural v as on Keep To THE RG-T by bnying your har nessed a trust wort by dealer. It incurr ing a loss to miss a,-i opportunity. Ii.try set of harness we have ever soUl was st long vralne at a sliort price. A ko.I buyer is a wiie man. Purchasers f our Al harness are rer-eatedly complimented on their horse sense. Take the firt chance to earn similar praise. THE WIGGENS CO. 09 Main SU