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JUC1CMGXD DAIIS FAUaABIUM is AT UB DA ST, .TUNIS 1 1901.
IS Low Fares to St. Paul via Pennsylvania Lines. Mivtrtl'h. 27th. 2'Jlb. 3lh June 1st aud I'd, excursion tu-kets to St Paul. Minn., will be bold via I'enn Kvlvunia Ijiiirs wxvunt meftinj of Military 8ur'pnjj of the Uuited Stiitfs, American Aiademy of Medi ci no and Atufricto Medio;,! Assocta- tio. Anybody uty take advantage of tbo low rates. For particulars see Ticket Aleuts of I'eunsvivauua Iadvs Don't tfftt side-tracked in b!i&ines. Dullness sotiu-tirrn's passes for death. Men with brains reaeh the tfoal. Rocky .Mountain Tea puts nr-xy mat ter into out: s head. .Jin;. Abk your druggist. My heart and hand another claimed, His plea had come too late. It's ever thus with people without pluck and vim. Take ltocky Mountain Tea, don't get lefl again. Ask vonr druggist. A Terrible Explosion "Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully," writes N K. 1 'ai mer, of Kirkinan, la. "The best doctors ouldu't heal the running sore that followed, but IJticklen's Arnica Salve entirely cured her.' Infallible for cuts, corns, sores, lx tiles, bruises, skin diseases and piles. Mi at A. G. Luken A Co'.s. (iniiinnolli Celebrated l'UKE . m ms iiiiiu wr 'HOl YEAST For sala by all Fi'st Class Groc s c.-in; ovkr tiik J ASKS after it "done up' laundries lias le n some by is almost the same as making new garments. NO MENDING to lie dune on gnosis which luve p issed through our liamU. Great c ire is taken not to injure anything. Absolute clean liness and jH rl't-i t finish is attained with out subjecting clothes to hard treatment. Carpels cleaned. Tlie Kiclinioucl Steatu L,Hiiulry O. V. WALTERS Pes ID MAI Phone Your,S u minor Suit ""we"don't lielieve you can get so good a summer suit anywhere else for the same money as here. We have the suits that are approved by fashion in texture and clothing, and we guarantee the fit hihI workmanship At tbe Little Store Around the Corner. O. B. MEDEAR IS, 11) N. IHIi Street, liiclimoiKl. We pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with Li verita, The Up-to-Date Little Liver Pill They are purelv Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction, 25c boxes contain 100 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 15 Pills. Beware Sentby mail. Stamps taken. r 1 T f 0 fl teaUnion ana jacKsoo ou., uuuu, Alliums. Fr sale by A G. Luken & C nrth eighth street. Richmond y C The Morrorv Coaster Brakehe Jff Efe parent c f c!l coaster brakes. . ' . II Ii3fcl It v.cs tl;e first; it is t'uetiest. I) 5 Jie n!- coa-cr brake tliat has If .V' "iV?J n Ccl though to need iio change. i C, 'L It increases the utility cf the bicy- V IS J cle; it decreases the effort necessary If y -f'fH to r70?! it. R I ly More pleasure ; less exertion. r A Vfr Ask yocr dealer to get it for vera. " -jl fd I S1 ZcxxT put of! fcnlil tomorrow when n fLL &f 3roa can a BORROW today. RtKl aT Send for oor itlnstrated booklet. 1 J Eclipse Manufacturing Co TO SURVEY THE RIO GRANDE Hatardom Evncdlt ton of n Kaaadar ( aiuulfslua I'arly. Representatives of the United States and Mexican boundary coruniisslous have Just embarked on a voya down the UIo Grande In three bouts to make observations and a more complete pur vey of the river. I I. Cunniuxuani, chief engineer of the United States commission. Is at the l ead of the expe dition. " The party proposes to follow the course of the river from El Paso to the gulf of .Mexico, a distance of near ly 1.30Q miles, says the New York I'osL It will require three mouths to make the trip, and for a distance of COO miles all communication irttb tbe outside world will be cut off. Tbe Toyage Is considered an extremely haz ardous one. as In many places tbe river contains dangerous rapids and but lit tle is known of its windings where it traverses the Grand canyon. Expert osi Etllaan'a .cwJ3at tery Commenting editorially; ebon Cdi son's new storage battery, The Eicc- trieal Review says: "Mr. Edison baa produced no inven tiou of broader utility in the electrical field sin-e incanles-ent lighting: wa evolved from the busy bruiu of tht same pioneer of industry. It U jiard tc foresee all the meaning of this Improve ment, but we may look a little tvuy and see the noiseless citv. the suppres sion or tne uorse ana tiie autoiJo!:ie n factor of economic iniportante I;i con eral transiiortation. The K-rf-ct.-d l-t tery means the solution j niit.y U;tU cult traction problems, tiie b. iipnnn of electric liKhtin and the foundation of the new art of electr'e n-ivii'iiiiou Klectrlc tu'lMiatu will ffive Dt'.v i;e tc our canals and, with elect; 'e ferry boats, will revolutionize our .i.; -ors. Electric torinflo lw;its of swif'ties and secrecy will make prweut paal am a nitntw of doubtful priilectien. The !n ventlon gives electricity a new foothold in Its career of industrirl CMiiiuest.' Wondrrfol Hailral rffmorf. Sir JoIju Stainer had a wonderful musical memory. It was put to the test once at the Crystal palace wheu he had to play the organ in the Mes Blah" and a folio copy, on which alone he could see the score, was not forth coming. The conductor was In despair Sir John cut tbe knot by a wonderful tour de force, playing the part fault lessly right through and entirely from memory, probably the only time tht "Messiah" has been so rendered. Ixu don Standard. Story Told by tbe Bones. "Fie was probably a man of means, with a large family of daughters," the Irreverent bystander commented as the skeleton was brought to view after having repoxed for ages in the vault. "Why do you think no?' asked one o.' the scientific persons present. "Observe the skeleton." he replied "See how much longer one of his leg? vas than the other." Chicago Tribune. Japan' Impreftiiablllty. The const of Japan, notwithstanding Its long shore line and numerous liar bors. offers scant allurement to an in vadlug army. There Is very little beach. The bold crags and bluffs over looking every spot where a modern war vessel can ride at anchor are pro tected by strong fortifications defended by the most modern guns. i'eddo bay. the most feasible bight for invadiuK uroses. needs careful navigation even by steamers of moder ate draft. When torp"does are planted, it Is simply Impregnable, says a writer In Collier's Weekly. When the war with China broke out, a small steamer was selected to pilot merchant steam ers up and down the bay. I remember perfectly the unexpected curves made by this steamer, showing plainly the countless dangers besettiug a hostile fleet regardless of the care that may be used in feeling Its way. No Invad ing army could possibly land, and even If It succeeded Id doing so the rlce tlelds. readily submerged as they 'are. would aid materially in thwarting the advance and in Isolating the enemy. A successful invasion of Japan is simply Impossible. An Irish Retort. Pat. the driver of the coal wagon, seemed puzzled when he got up on High street the other day. He looked nt the u umbers of several bouses and scratched his head in fl perplexed way. Finally Mrs. Eaton, for whom' the coal was intended. apicared aud inquired: , "Beg ardon.. but Is that coal Tor Ea ton?" "No, mom." responded Pat promptly; "It's not for 'atlu; it's fur burnin:" Iond "Veleernnh I of substitutions and imitations. Nervita Medical Co., Cornel Tff; KM Main Street, and the Moors Drug Co. MORROW... SUB BRAKE MV LADY. TW tsrt fcT land yet ma-rCn(r air. Vor iat the RUny t4 bet hair. or yet tit tay w her eyes. Willi the irp look of e&fi surpriv ; "Tis nut tbe wi so efta beard V ttrre vuloa tines eaHi airy word; Tia not her humor e-rave and g"y That eie my lady ail her my. ! r dainty la'ly'a oTereijro power Hintti not upon the lannna tu-ur; The ) rar. atiaj roil, and still tbe f nr is my l ly and my dtne. My lady's face, any lady's roiee, Titfc irutke ray heart an-1 u r-j-And yet they all full short ot all That s-f" me still my lady's thrall. 4 The secret why my lady's reign C an never turn to change or pain Is known alike to bud and elf; It is that she is jus beneif t "Iter lli-mts i'ollcx.k IB Longman's Vie A Fortunate Criminal, t A TRUE STORY OF THE PRIN CIPAUTY OF MONACO. On the shores of the Mediterranean there lies between France and Italy the little kingdom of Monaco. It num bers fewer inhabitants than a larg village in an .oA and Is In extent so contracted as not to boast more than double that number of acres. Rut. on tbe other band. It has a real prince wno possesses a palace, ha9 a court, ministers, bishops, generals and an army not, to be sure, a Large army, (50 men. still an army nor Is the revenue large. Duties are Indeed, as elsewhere. Imposed UHn wine, alcohol and tobac co; but, although the people conscien tiously drink and smoke, there are not enough of them, and the princeling would certainly be unable to feed bis courtiers and himself had be not the special resource of a gambling bouse. There people lose or gain, as the case may be, but tbe keeper always profits and therefore pays heavy dues to the princeling. He can well afford to do so, as his establishment is in Europe uni(ue. Similar places formerly exist ed in some of tbe German principali ties, but years ago on account of fre quent catastrophes they were suppress ed. A player, carried away by excite ment, would lose all his own money and sometimes even that of others and then commit suicide. So the Germans forbade their little princes to keep gambling houses, but no one could for bid the potentate of Monaco, and that Is why be has a monopoly. j Therefore all the lovers of trente et quarante rush to bis kingdom and for bis benefit despoil themselves. "Hon est toil does not enrich." says the Itus sian proverb. The princeling knows that the spring from which be drains is Impure, but what can he do? It would not be more honest to increase bis in come by raising tbe auties .on alcohol and tobacco. A man must live. So the princeling reigns In peace, makes mon ey and, like a real sovereign, lives sur rounded by courtly ceremonial. He re wards, punishes, reviews his troops. holds councils and promulgates laws, just like other rulers, only on a smaller scale. Now, some years since a serious event took place In the kingdom. A murder was committed. Tbe inhabit ants of Monaco are peaceable folk, and nothing of tbe sort had ever before tak en place among them. Tbe judges met and. as was proper, set about judging. All was. done according to rule public prosecutor, lawyer. Jury, long and con scientious debates. Then, in accord ance with the law, they condemned tbe assassin to death. So far, so good. The senteuce wns submitted to the prince ling, and after his ratification all that remained to be done was to execute it. But an Impediment presented itself. The country possessed neither guillo tine nor executioner. After mature consideration It was de cided that to obtain tbe loan of a mas terly cutter off of beads, together with his apparatus, the French government should be addressed and that at the same time inquiry as to tbe cost of tbe move should be made. Eight days lat er the answer was received. The French government consented to send the guillotine aud the executioner. As to the expeuses, they would amount to 10.000 francs. The matter was referred to tbe princeling. His majesty thought tbe as sassin was not worth that price. Six teen thousand francs for the neck of a rascal! Ah. no. Indeed! It would in that case be necessary to Increase by 2 francs yearly the taxes of each citizen The people might resist. A council was held, and It was decld ed to address the same request to the king of Italy. France- Is a republic, and republics do not respect Ca-sars. but the king of Italy, a brother, might be less extortionate. Tbe reply was Immediate. For the consideration of 12.000 francs, wbicb would also cover tbe expense of transportation, tbe Hal Ian government declared Its willing ness to lend tbe apparatus and special ist. This was cheaper, but yet too heavy an expense to Incur for such a wretch. It would still be necessary to tax tbe citizens. Again the council met. At great length they debated as to bow the matter might be more economically settled. hy could not they employ a native sotdier . wwi behead the rascal at borne? . The general was consulted. He quite projorly might order one of his war riors to cut ofr the head, since that is tbeir trade, and. after all. what elste is war? The general spoke to bis men. but one and all refused to perform the task. "No. sir." said they. "We have not had sufficient practice." What conld be done? They reflected and yet again held a council. A cora- mittee was formed, a commission and a subcomraission. A way was fonnd. for tbe death penalty must be substi Seven Years in Bed. ''Will wonders ever cease?" in quire the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence, Kan. They knew she had been unable to leive her bed ir eyen years on account of kidney and liver trouble, nervous orostration and general debility: but, "Three 'xrttles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three rroaths I felt like a new per son." Women suffering from Head ache, Backache, Nervousress, Sleep 'esr.es. Melancholy, Fainting and Dzzy Spells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction i jruaraisteed. Only 50c, at A. G. Luken & Co.'s. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of Winchester, InL, writes: "Mi wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctors' treatment, but was boUy cured by Dr. Kind's New Life Pills, which worked wonders for her health. " They always do. Try them. Only 25o at A, 6. Luken & Co.'& dru store. tutKt for that of imprisonment for life Tht; the overviirn eostld display clem ency aud at tbe same time economize The prineellng approved, ilut anotbes difiii-ulty artM There wes.no prison suitable for lift-Ion confinement. Thert were tolice utations. but no real prison safe and sure. However, one was ar ranji. a j.nb-r was appointed, anc finally the prisoner was shut cp. Capital: The jailer guarded the crim Inal ami every day from tbe palac kitchen brought him bis meals, A year assed. The princeling, mak insr np his accounts, found that th prisoner's supiiort heavily weighted bif budget. "The fellow," tbousbt he. "If young and healthy. There is notbln to prevent his living 50 years, and will jailer, food. etc.. to what a sum wil his exienses amount? The thing can not go on. I he sovereign summonec his minister. "lou mut take measures," said he. 'to n-du.e the cost of keeping that wretch. He is too expensive." Tbe ministers held a council and deiilcrated. "Gentlemen." said one. "I havt thought of a means. We must do away with the jailer." But, observed another, "tbe prison er will escape." "Well, let him escape and go to the deviL It will lie a good riddance." The matter was referred to the prince, who approved, and the jallet was dismissed. Excellent! It only re mained to await developments, Now at dinner time the prisoner went out to look for the jailer, but not finding him be repaired to the royal kitchen. Rot his food, returned to pris on and carefully locked himself in. Tbe next day an identical programme was carried out. He obtained his food and tranquilly dined, As for escaping he had no such idea. What was to be done? Again the ministers deliberated. "Let us tell him plainly," said one, "that we do not want him. Tell him to march." Good The ministers of Justice summoned the criminal and said: Why do you not escape? You have no jailer, no one prevents you. and the prince will certainly not object to your leavimr bis country." I he prince would not object, re plied the prisoner, "that 1 quite un derstand, but where can I go? What would become of me? Your sentence has forever dishonored me. No one wants me. 1 have no way of support Ing myself. Why have you treated me so badly? You condemned me to death. Very well. You ought to have executed me. and you did not do It. said nothing. Then you sentenced me to lifelong imprisoumeut and appointed jailer to bring me my meals. Next you took away my jailer. Still I said nothing, but went myself to get my food. And now you tell me to go. Ah, uo, indeed! Do what you like, but as for me 1 shall slay." What was to be done? Again the couueil met and deliberated. At last It was decided to offer the criminal a pension. Otherwise it would be Ira sible to get rid of him. The matter was referred to the princeling. There was was really no choice, and he approved. A pension of 100 francs was decided up on, and they informed the prisoner. "All right." said be. "I will go. but you must pay regularly." 1 be new pensioner received on ac count 200 francs, bade goodby ami K-ft the country. To do so he was obliged to travel by rail only for a quarter of an hour. Having bought at a few min utes distance from the frontier a little bit of ground, he raises vegetables and on certaia days goes to draw bis pen sion. The money pocketed, be repairs to the casino, risks 2 or 3 francs on the green cloth, loses or gains, then goes quietly home. Thus he lives soberly and well behaved. He bad the good luck to commit his crime outside the countries which grudge no expense for cutting off men's heads or for shutting them up for life In prison. Translated For New York Commercial Advertiser. Royal Colora. It is always interesting to know what colors are used or selected by royal families as being tbeir very own. To England, the only royal family of mod ern times whicli lias selected it. belongs scarlet, and it must be confessed that it is a most effective color. The royal liousebolds of Portugal, Prussia. Swe den and most of tbe German princes wear blue, Uussia chooses dark green and Austria delights in black and yel low. According to tbe usual belief scarlet, as tbe royal household color of Lngland, waa chosen because of the red rose of the Plantagenets. but this Is not true. It was taken from the field gules of the royal standard and from Henry's adoption of the scarlet dress of the yeomen of the guard. : In days gone by It was the privilege of the aldermen's wives to wear scar let gowns, but Englishmen having an nounced in song and story that they never will be slaves tbe general Eng lish woman of today is never so happy as when she has an entire red gown or coat or some touch of the glowing color about her. Blamarrk on the Throne of France. j Bismarck on the throne of France! Bismarck was once spoken of In that connection. And bv Napoleon too! It was during the detention of the de throned emperor at Wilhelmshohe In IST1, when , Najioleon and some mem bers of his staEf were discussing the probability of Napoleon reascending the French throne and news of tbe do ings of the commune was brought in. : "Horrible too horriblel" exclaimed le petit empereur. i And then, after a long silence, he re sumed. "1 know a man who. If on the French throne, wonld be master ol Germany in sis months." "Ill's name, sire?" asked his nephew. Prince Murat. -Bismarck. replied the emperor as he turned on his beeL FARES TO BUFFALO Over the Akron Route for Pan-American Exposition. Excursion tickets to Buffalo over the Akron Route via Chautauqua ake for the Pan-American Exrx-i ion are now on sale at ticket offices it the tennsylvania Lanes and con necting railwavs. Fares from Richmond, Ind., are as follows? Tickets good returning ten davs. 12 65. Tickets good returning fifteen davs, $15.55. Season tickets with return limit until October 31st, 118. bpecial coach excursion tickets. good fearing Buffalo up to midnight of Thursday following date of sale may be obtained on Tuesdays at B20. , Tourist tickets at special fares may also be obtained for trips to re sorts in Canada. All tickets to Can- ada and eastern mints.". including sew i ork. will be jrood for stop-over at the Pan-Handle Exposition oa pavmem ot f l extra at Huffalo. btop-overs at Chautauoua Like will be allowed on all tickets to Bof filo and eastern points, without ex tra cost. For schedules showinir convenient through passensrer service to Buffalo ana other information, please apply to C. W. Elmer. Ticket Arent. liicli- mond, Ind. FOR TIIE HOUSEWIFE Vlrtara f at Milk Diet. Milk is the lates-t and inogt annroved dietetic fad. The woman who is fair and with 40 staring her in the face and who is determined not to te fat makes her breakfast and lunch of milk and fresh fruit. She dines on a ouarter of a Pound of lean mast rm-at w-Uh enough fresh green vegetables to make bulk In her insides." as Tommv Atcnis would sav. Tbe fresh, wholesome beauty of the young qiit-n of Holland is attributed to her frncr. 9 U-t of the national milk and cheese, and the extraordinarv vitality of the aged Iloiusn pontiff is another evidence of what a rigorous diet will do for even so delicate a man as Pope Leo has always Int-u. lbe milk diet is of more value than many complexion washes, aud as a means of adding to or diminishing one's weight it has no equal. the popular superstitiou that mil'i is fattening arises from the fact that many misguided people, in addition to a Heavy meal, drink milk sufikient for another meal and complain that it disa grees wilh them and Increases their weight. In order to derive benefit from the milk diet one should get hold of a few fundamental facts. In the first place. 1H pints of pure milk, or three glasses, contain besides water enough food in concentrated form aud properly proitortiotied to make a meal for an adult human leing. This quantity of milk, with tbe addition of a little fruit, is the regulation break fast and lunch of the dieter. For din ner a quarter of a pound of lean roast meat, with some green vegetable, is al lowed. A pint of milk is the limit where loss of flesh Is an object, and one glass, with fruit, for breakfast and the same for lunch may be regarded as rather rigorous treatment. An Outdoor Pantry. People with plenty of ground space. yet constricted houses, may profitably take a leaf from the book of south country household economy. It is com mon there for country folk to have a sort of outdoor fresh air closet, a small feg I In!? ! h "Hd FRESH AIR FOOD SAFE. detaehed structure set in the shadiest place iwssible. staudiug upon four tall legs, with a flat shiugle roof with bare ly enough pitch to shed rain. The floor is at least four feet from the ground and the whole structure only big enough to reach well across. There are shelves all around, and tbe weather boarding up next the roof U full of tiny auger boles. The door fits tight and fastens with a lock. Around each of the four legs Is commonly a tar band age applied six inches above the ground. This traps venturesome ants. spiders and their kidney, thus keeping tbe inside clear. The structure is whitewashed Inside and out twice a year. In hot weather floor and shelves are washed every morning and scour ed twice a week. Such a fixture should not cost over $3 or $4 even if one hires It built, and it is certainly among the handiest things one can have about the house or yard. Cheap and SaMr. There are a large nrnnlwr of house keepers who have a horror of anything cheap and who of two things precisely the same would Instinctively choose the higher priced. "Cheap and nasty. they quote, and there, for tbem. ends the matter. To le sure, some cheap foods are nasty, and much food Is eaten by the poor that is not only cheap and nasty, but unwholesome. And much food sold in the markets is sold too cheaply i. e.. at a price that cannot pay the producers, whom it is nolody's in terest to starve. Tbe fact Is that this disagreement, like so many In tbe world, depends npon the use of the same word by different people with a different meaning. "Cheap" by one party is taken to mean merely low priced, and it is a truism to say that low priced things are often not worth buying even at their price, while "cheap" Is by other persons taken to In dicate the worth of a thing rather than its price. So the meaning attached to the epithet begs the whole question. Hlnta. Baked apples are the best healthful dessert that can be placed upon the table. Good pastry can only be made wbeD tbe ingredients are absolutely cold. - Tbe colder eggs are the quicker they will froth. A spoonful of vinegar added to tht water in wbicb flesh is boiled will make It firm and tender. Pickles should never be kept In glaz ed ware, as the vinegar forms a poison us compound with the glazing. Always well beat a gridiron before broiling meat, fish, bread or anything else. I-emons will keep a long time If cov ered with cold water. America o Queen. Costly Private Cap For Sraarab. President Charles SI. Schwab of tbe United States Steel corporation award ed a contract tbe other day for the con struction of a private car to be built by the Pullman company, says a Chicago dispatch. Tbe car Is to be the most complete the Pullman company has ever turned out and will cost when complete $50,000. The car will be ot tie regulation length, 70 feet, and will contain two staterooms, a dressing room, dining room, bathroom and kitch en, tn addition to the usual tiefDiag berths, m pi sJ ear YtSIT WINOXA LAKE. An Attractive Summer Haven lor Ket. Recreation, entertainment. lucona Uiie, led., on trie l enn syivama Lines, is an attractive sum mer haven for persons who desire to combine devotion, entertainment atd instruction with rest and recreation This resort is the site of Winona As sembly and Summer School, and is anuuay visited oy many persons who are strengthened m mind by the excellent facilities for educational work, and invigorated iabudv bv the beaith-rivin$ influences for which inona Lake is famous. Tbe season of l!HH will open Mav 15. Commencing on that date excur sion tickets with nfteeu-dar limit will be on sale via Pennsylvania Lines. They may be obtained dur in? Mav, June, July and August. Tbe sale of season excursion tickets will also be-rin Mav 15 and continue da until September 14. Excursion tickets will be cood returning until September 17. Full information about the attrac tions at tieuutttui Winona, its as sembly a.nd summer school, etc., will be cheerfully furnished all who ad dress Mr. Sol C. Dickey, secretary, H inona L.ake, Indiana. Inquiries about excursion rates, time of trains, etc., should be addressed to passan er and ticket agents of the Pennsyl eania Lines, or Frank Van Dusen, chief assistant general passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. Home-Seekers' Excursion via Pennsyl vania Lines. Low rate Ilooie-Seekers'exeursiou tickets to the west and south will tie sold via Pennsylvania Lines May 7 21, June 4th and ISth. Particular! information about fares, through time and other details will be furn- isneti upon application to passenger aud ti ket agents of the Pennsylvania j Lanes. Saves Two From Death. "Our little daughter ha ian almost fatal attack of lumping cough ami bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K llaviland, of Armoi.k, X. Y. , "but w nen ail oilier remedies iaiicU, we spvei her life with Dr. Kinsr's New i c v y Our i iece, who h id co i si.mptR.aj in an advanced stage, als used this wonderful m dicine aud today she is ix rfeetly wa;l. ' Des perate throat and lung di-seases yield to lr King s New Discovery as to no other medicine ou earth. Infalli ble for couyhs ard colds. 5ik- and $1 bottles guaranteed bv A. ( Luken & Co., druggists. Trial bot tles free. SJI A POSITIVE FACT that a lar;re porron'nrr! this country -rii troni early symptoms i t v.-It. suhtlo, aul . !,.f : toms should i.t r efficiently. . rw ; a ' ( ' ii-.-r. " V !, 1 Rt- - , lie ..- itoriitv 1. arjd wuirea of ly5pppsia. the uy. v,j; ,.vl oi.d ! r .--'V. il ian.i ti.-al. d Dull Head.-.oha, K 31 Dii!encion tt Pit n the Stomach, Bad Breath, Bud Taste, Disinclin aiion !o Partake cf Your (Reals, a Ravenous Appetite Yet Unable to Eat, Fiined Tongue, Sal low Complexion, Fiat-Jcncy, Acidity or Occa sional vomiting and Irritability ct Temper? I: so, the use of C. E. CARTER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS will trivo immediate relief and a posi tire cure. Tliey are manufactured front pure drugs carefully aud s.-ioutiiu-ally compounded and absolutely harmless to the most sensitive and delicate stomach and even a child can use tlmrn without any tint the best results; their daily use will restore tone tn t lie iiwlo.1 m ,,l the stomach and will infuse fresh life into ttaa lmpovenstw.1 enstric jniee iind will injuriously carry out all that is claimed for the maud will give you a clear, wholesome properly artinac stomach, instead of a poor, feeble, diseased or aran. A trial will eonyinee the most skeptical Price, 50 cents and $1,011. TherioMarsizetontains two aud one-half times the quantity of 5tie. size. 1 E. CARTER & CO.. 71 Ml tarkann S Cn'IC:a BEAUTY, M CQNQUEROh BELLAVITA Arsenic Boanty Tablets and. Pilla, A per tectly nfe ni iriknii.tivl t roar m..-. r..,. u iisordera. Restores the bloom ol outh !o tadd laces 10 dys' tr.ui-.n.ent SiV: &i days' il.uu, by mat' Set.d for c'.rp'ar. Address, ' ,T "FDIUU. CO.. Cliolaf iacsasa Stt.. Cslc oy A. G. Luken & Co., A3ui. st-eet, and Curme & Co., 415 norib eighth street, Richmond pMkKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClaUMt- aud beftutuiec the hmit. Frumouf laiurmrtt growth. Nvtr Fails to fierttre Gray Hair to its Youthful Color, j Cures urmtp d - hair trnllmg. i Dop4t Be Fooledi I akc the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Co.. Madison. V I-.. It kareps yno well. Our trade mark cut on rach package. Price. 35 cents. N;vcr ol4 in itilk. Accept to substl Ask your drujfist. COl-vr iv.-n p"orn t Diatiirrtiti-a W hl. a n n 1 1 ii r I a-lia not t ssr,sMi. it..r iTTitatt.iD & alrra ?nru MMMfm t.- r. nincooi mm CUC fcAT.3 tjgt !y'- V -V C. S. 4 ' u a 'a n i u pi mif. hy , pr, rraifJ, ftj The Mai. Wlio Drinks Is not a criminal nor a Ur-.ta. but a sick man. Ha is jut as s cs a i.y man ciMiia ie. He has that di-ae ea!n-J itofl.olis-u. His system craves aiol.ol aud tie caurjt r;lt Us ciavine. Now the only way tor hiin to stop is to taxe the This treatment drives out ot the system the desire for drinit. With out sickness or snfferins. It makes him what be urc was before he tooa to drinking. It makes him a strong man with a win of his own.' Write for taformation to Plalnfield, Ind., or lOsCommercial Club Bide.. Indianapolis. Ind Telephooe 2-427. Your letter will be treated as strictly confiden tial. Ilainfield Is 14 miles west of Indianapolis an the Vandalla Ka.lwajr. THIN PEOPLE Harw a laodabl wrirati to bwM Biamp. I'Dtii &ow tiar kuw no entisiactoTT rnixlT. la a3coo.nai ALFALFAKirJE Fctf cning Food Don't rmai thin wfiw tfeU fRisrlo food wiii brukst worn baaaty aai ftrmc &mbC &r?mi4 for fl 00 vrr Hntiavif -tot oHtuaab froam yr-or d naajrjrj . lmmerpi9 circtUnvr ai I r.airin w Tbe Alfalfa Company, WICHITA. KANSAS. Trade supplied by A. G. Luken fc Co. Richmond Distributed, aT ana. crrcwrTw tNatiH pEnfJYIigYAL PIL10 Art. iJ-.w I DrwaaM ft t H U10TK KNUIOSH la HI l 4 4M iwa . 1 1 a. rwanlaf., Ti.Wai.ala la i -Rar Iter I !., immm. r. IVI lalt. tliamm hMr Jhna. fmi I infci lw S.K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 71S. Employment, Real Estate Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work ... pUce to buy a ho na ai you pty rcn O. B. MORGAN. Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter, K Ifhtnond. Ind. 80 and N. K Sta. li. H.Meerhoff SANITAHY PLUMBIXC3- Steam and Hot Water Heating SEWEKAGK, ETC See us for ISstiniates. Phono 4 IS. S IS'.nll. . Bradbury &Son ... Four acres of native forest ami .srlwt- el ftuit trees, with guot, suhstaiitial I'rick residence. One of the clloicet su'.urlmn places in the icinitv of Richnioml. Weslcott llloclr RlohmontJ, Indiana. OOMESTIO STANDARD. WHITS and NEW HUME Sewing machines. Macliine3 for Rent. Neetlles, and Rtp.tirs. R M LACEYil Summer Resorts on the G.R.&I. 'The Flatting Lints.'1 The Pt.ssiisr' r Ix-wirtment of the Orand Rapid A lit.lti.fi lij4ila has issued a 6-tKe Uklet, f, tnu-l "Mn-iiimu in h"nint r,' tlua -.iitin ui pM'ture-fti resris i Nortltern M H-hiacan: liiuTeatt- tua; iittorntMtiou gives almitt ittea Kauiar rt-sorts Pctoskey Bay View Harbor Springs Harbar Point Wequt tor sing Roarir-g Briok Em net Beaoh W.IUnaakc Mackinae Island Traversa City Ncahtawanta Omen a Pot tHport Northsort Point Edgawooel and other paints It i-ontuiits a list ef h'tls and boarilinff hou-e in Nrilitn lit. htafHB. with tiietr rate h tiie da snd w-ek, and p;tj.sith!ei fare Iroui the prmcipNl nits in Mie Mal-he tVrL Thie booklet will ba sent fraa upon request to f. I., L (C'K WOOD, tieo'l Pamen ater and 1 H-fcet Aatnt, llrand Rtpds, Mieh. Th- summer train i-helule goes into efle-t J-ine Tunc curds nd lull mf'tr nsl-on reKardtny fonne. tnms tlie fttirthiand Express with ami ear sers-e. will tie n-a i , and asuiHanee Kiven Co phin a comforia'ae tr vu the GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RAILWAY THE AKRON ROUTE TO BUFFALO STOP-OVERS ALLOWED at Chautauqua Lake at I be Pan-American Exposition and Niagara Falls on all Tickets to tast jra Prints ioclod ing Canadian Kesorts asJ New Vork. - i ha TO iZirkjt It. IJMm.jI3 Lr. UEnrr.ils . .?-i3aJ U. UtlaS&l - ; l. i';i ... - It. I1SU - Lr.ODiCHiaa (.Lit I. tl.1 ba Ar. U3ili-i SmijS lr. UaJIvil taaana- ir. iis.sff.-'FS t sa uii UJBU FFA LO tn. THE PA4 AalERlCAM E'iPf.ESS rana daily vita fntitima -ij. 4r frtiaa IraOianatpuiis Utmuarli Inaytoat ta KaaaJo rrana;i.au lnns ar aK-afaad l'a-taaa I ljjfAia to 4.aucitwaa 1 i.t.t?l Isaac. aoaa?e and anoinnal air. EraE-i laai C-ua"1 la aad paJiaaaa atmiiaani Cars tlamarh an a aud traun from vinmbam to baaJtaao. THE BUfTkLO EXPRESS rana daily with I'uiiruaa Rleeptna fat a-id iMUanatmia to I ..ihoa and rjilmaa Kfium tar from Ctinatnn te gaWain Fas adamatae ajay be kas Sy w aaravaief aay At an af SB - t TV. laanat Bxfa Exaran sxanai huij tmAj UJS en ISaa 3M ps Axi an aan i j an C4S aa J an 7Ji an a.- sm 32.tr a a tdsaa 4Jan Ian S to aa an ija an hi j an .'. j an t VLJ) a t Pennsylvania Linos Tins TABLE. la Effect Sunday. Mav 26. IS01. fralaa ru by anlnl a.dri Uava, iMtaMti Ua. l)-art Anton Haasna CWcWad 4 a a MSH I -finnan Ar (iota 7 m p aa aHanulaan a. ' aomaa llooaaa i. H. t. Can. Art-.. . 4 05 p a uwan Inaltnnnnnlrn Lia New York - S Uuu Mt . jwia aa jotia IB ! 9t lokua I imiaait . . .... New in rWuu MJ..o ,5 am 1,11,- Ka York a. & Louis 1 waa taaaaal St Lmi aUtfuMMt A. -ul . . 1 una tc aa iaw VatlLMM-ln,B a M a OMmm Uan. Ixaa-aauwert Ace . a as a a C-tucahM I1 aac Mail a. aax 1 1 00 a am 1 Ml Cmrwimn 4k LceMr-urt Aa.'.... 7 J5 p. aaeaaa Can. 4k Caacaaro Niab,. aatp.. ii is a aa jijan Uaytnn Aaaia Uw. Xaa Spc'tliL. at Cola. Aic, 5 to a a to .'a a. Liajraun Xaa a CokutuUiav ...a 05 . att aa i aan 'Uayaun euta. Saw York ..-too a at raaoaan Cola. I'lft. k New Yark. (it-a tt ot p aa 'Oavtoa A Xanaa acc . ...-,..,,, 1 i-ta ioaaa Net. York lw-Butod ..,. Itita 4101a PtajM, Urnana Calnnkna Uaa, St Lotaaa a New York Mail slcaai tula 'itadtika. A Cola. Ac... to 15 a aa 03 f aa 'eirta AAm Maal a fcaqa tasant Igaa. St Laaaaaa Laaautod Mui . . . a jo a an rnnMi Raaiata Indiana R. ft Vayat. A Oraad RaaMUa Ace tiaaa 1 4u p . Uras4 Kavpada A Mack Ma. 4 ...ta 50 p at aa 00 a at Northlaaa k tyroaa-... 11 a a) a at Oaily. All ocnor train daily racou SttauUaa. J. A. Utannon, Station MaaM. C W. Ihtat. TackM Afwat. Cincinnatl, Richmond Muncie R. R. Paaaangsr Saaadnla In Eliaet rbursday Fabmary 28, 190f. N. i. No. t. Inve Rehmnnd 8:lSam S all Pin fMiuih Kn-hiiiud V JDa.it! k;. m Wolle Uruley K 7:U6 im Bia . 8.4a iu T 10 piu iu ....... P7:aiia Kiu-ltetl M: 7 am 7: U ttn Arrive twuwfi.n.tp ...lOlSaun k.juutu a-aaiuta a via v..ii.a ai. lu.di am4 Cia'tt via C. tl. a U ..It.. am No. 1. No. 21. Leave Cm'ti via C. II. a 1 .. 3 . im lliaiiitl'n vual'.. U. a l. 4:15 .m Otttatate tiroe. 6i tun 6 In aim ft: .10 atr tu am K 10 aan .0 atn P b.-S atn e S:&S am 1 0U a n Kcl,ell W tut . HmUo ... Iruley . ... Wulle Arrive buiti HH-hinoad., .... ft 5A m .... b.WI pin Kat-hultmd .... .. F. Stop for PaaMenatera C. tV. A St. Trams iNaily. JOHN J. AKCBKK, fien. Paaa Act. W. I. AU.KN, tiful Mur. Richmond and Dayton Imw Rh I ntond via P C C A 8t L Kv tX a. id am 4:10 ina Leave Katun via layuu A Western Trat-lloa Ju U50a.nl 4 HI tint Arrive Dayton 1 1 uo am e.uo tn BKTVaNlMO. Leave Wvton via Ikv tun A vVet- ern Trat-ttuu Co :0t am 10:00 am S:tati titu g ill urn Leave Kaioit via P O C A SI L Hy Co . 10: i am li nooa t:7 aitd lll:2 llaa Arrive Ki-hniond via I" O O A sa L. Ky jo i0:aB am li tu 7:u pm 11 Ml pin y:iriH or raaa. Round trip. Richimmd and Kl.m, via P. C. C M !M.Bv V0 Kound trip, KhI.hi and luaytou, via li. & W. Rouad trip, KK'hmond and Davtou , 11 70 Cincinnati Northern R. R. Traini pass West Maaaaheauv daulv aacent Siaaua as follow a ; Nsrth Swart k Bswad. No, j.. ....... .9 :a a as No, i. ..., 4 : is p aa No. .....10:50 s m No. 4. f :so p m Not, 1 and 4 nan only tiotw swats Cncsna mmM Vo Wsrot. No. and run thrtitfh beiwren t'iiK tnniitl and J-vekoa. T, G. M. Sohlndiar, G. P. A. Toui o Ohio. FIRE AaLaAKltl BOXES. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of Seventh Street. 12, First awl south C, Piano factory 13, Second and south B li. Fourth and south 1) 15, Fifth and south B lrt, Fifth and south II W, Seventh and south C SECOND DISTRIC . South of Main, between 7th and 11th t-tr. SI, Eighth and Main 23 Eighth and south E 24, Seventh and south G 2b, Ninth and south A 2tt, Tenth snd south C 27, Eleventh and Main 28, Eleventh and south J THIRD DISTRICT. South of Main, East of Eleventh Street 81, Twelfth anil south B 82. Twelfth and south K 81, Fourteenth ami Main 85, Fourteenth and south C m. Eighteenth and south A 87, Twentieth snd Main FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of loth st. to River. 41, Third and Main, Robinson's shop. 42, Third and north C 43, City Building, Fire Headquarters 45, Gaar, Scott & Co 46, No. 1 hoae house, north 8th street 47, Champion Mills 4, Tenth and north I FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond ami Sevastopol. I 6, West Third and Chestnut " fl. West Third ami National road 62, Wet Third and Kin.tey IV, West Third and Richmond avenue, h, Earlham College 65, State and Kovrr M, Grant and Ridge 67, Hunt and Maple &1, Grant and Sheridan tail, Bridge avenue. Paper Mill . IXTH DISTRICT., North of D Street, East of Tenth Stret-t' 61, Railroad Shop 2. Mutton's Coffin Factory 63, Hoosier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Works 65, Richmond City Mill Works m, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteenth and north H SEVtNTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North lists, E of lOtb 7, Ninth and north A 71, Eleventh and north B 72, Fousteenth and north C 73, No. 8 hose house, east end 74, Eighteenth and north C 76, Twenty-second and north E SPECIAL CI6NA S. t-i-t Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out 3-3-5 Fire pressure S Fire pressure off 10-10 10 Natural gas off 10 Natural fas oa Keep To THE RIGHT by buying your har ness of a trust worthy dealer. Its incurr ing a loss to m an opportunity. Every set of harness we nave ever sold was a long value at a short price. A good buyer is a wi-e man. Purchasers of our Al harness are repeatedly complimented on tbeir horse sense. Take the first chance to earn similar praise. THE WIGGINS CO. 09 Main St