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'',1 ' " ' - : 0k . i ' - - - 1 AVE CAIJK" IX STOCK A FJ'L'L, I.IXE OF Screen Screen SCUEEN WIIiE, SCKEEX IIINC.ES HOOKS AND KNOBS AND HANDLES. The pnl.lic is respectfully solicited to examine our stock, and prices which are the lowest market figures. . . www PRICE 25CENTS EJPECIALLY PREPARED to cum. rendered dtjeptc ajtct ciemicattypurejsuJ fcacate(y perujned. Indorsed 6yi)eJHjiest neccj ' autrorifiej JJtre pefecttop ofsafiary powefer. C--SMfJje COAf'siVr rindlav.6hio.U.ii.A.iMPORiER.s TOIL SAUE BY ALL DRUGGISTS We pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with Livorita, The Up-to-Date Little Liver Pill They are purelv Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction. 25c boxes contain (00 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 15 Pills. Beware of substitutions and imitations Sent by mail. Stamps taken. Nervita Medical Co., Cornet t'T. i t i n.: Ttf: : vunion ana jatssoa out., vjudgu, tuuiuut r- . bv A O Iukftn A Co , Ht'fet. KlPhinonn V ID REN rrr ill r- . . . A v.iiv fUiTvrA tue" little t tn VAnctloUt tlie '"? KtiA'-rstnent i ViJy ;ne recovmr of the roy- the . Ik-Us o al cl - lu mhu ami t.-ui; tha Ik-US ik no iiior the - arrta.ejes are driven very olowly. The entire castle Is In a state r an.ti. ry. The cliaruhorln In lor downs en tin wtr tlie atalr- ise arxi f--rfir.uIi the ninrtle lialln. Tae B:ilU-rIes are filled with pages .and courtiers In silk clothing who po from group to croup collecting later news l a low voice. On the large porclw" "rtn lie stvn the ladies of honor -n,'d in tears. Lowing their hca' n1,, w!,,ln;: their ces with embroMlercl handkerchiefs. - ,he kln''- wl,ere 13 his ui.ljesty c tingt The king hn-i dint hin-1' un ,n a rom ,n he remote 4 -f fi ut T Thtir nin fiKtlta l4i iwt like to be men we-plng. Hut the queen that Is different. Seated by the little prince's pillow, her Wautlful face Iathcd In tears, she sobs bitterly before very one, just as a peasant mother ivoulil. lu tils lace critt Is the little dauphin, whiter than the cushions on which he reposes. They think he Is sleeping, but no, the little dauphin does not sleep. He turns toward his mother, and, see ing that she weeps, he says to her: "Madame, my queen, why do you weep? lo you think truly that I am poing to dieV The queen wishes tc reply, but sobs prevent her speaking. Iray do not cry. madame. my queen. You forget that I am the dauphin, and dauphins cannot die thus." The queen nobs more bitterly still, and the little dauphin logins to be frightened. "Hola! he says. "I do not wish to have IVath come and take me, and I diall know how to prevent his coming here. Hring forth 40 lancers, our strongest, to mount guard around our JmhJ; MO cannon, night and day; torches lighted beneath our windows." The queen gives a sign to please the royal 4-hiUL Forthwith one can hear heavy cannon leing rolled across the court-j-ard. and 40 soldiers, halberds In hand, .tune and range themselves alout the room. They are veterans, with gray mustaches. The little dauphin clasp Ids hand feebly as he sees them, and, recognizing one, he calls him by name. Ixrrain. Lorralnr The old soldier takes a step toward the bed. "I love you well, my good I,orraln. I-et me see your big sword. If lH-ath comes to take me. we must kill him, must we rotl Ixrraln replies. Tes. nionsei pneur." as the big tears roll down his bronzed cheeks. At this moment the chaplain ap proaches the little dauphin and talks to him for some time in a low tone, show ing him a crucifix. The little dauphin listens with an astonished air, then suddenly Interrupting. -I understand verv well what you say. M. l'Abbe. but after all could not my little friend Bep po die in my place If we were to give h!m a great deal of money V The chaplain continues talking In a low voice, and the little dauphin look more and more astonished. Then he adds, ttirnlng to his mother: "Have my finest garments brought, my ermine cloak and velvet slipper. I wish to array myself for the angels and enter paradise dressed as a dauphin. - Let ter From My AVinduiilL" How to Cre For Py. . irU who have pets are Terr often at a loss now to w a. - foetid Ions creature,! hem. I " " " ,. , , . , -r.i lifr the change of diet t which her taste calls for Is sometum s t a tax on the ingenuity. Here is a disn . that she will like: Boil a sheep s head t tin il the meat fall away f rom tne t bone and then mix it with some or us own gravy. It makes a delicious aisn Jot pussj and not an expensive one. it Doors and Windows M. C. PKICE. w I CJJ FOR. INFANTS wADULTS. mum Main Street, and the M jore Drue Co, is surprising wnat a quantity or meat there Is ou a iumd. and tt is very nour- shlngNJJaTitiits heads may be used In the same way. If the cat sleeps In an outside cattery In the winter, a box is jnnoh more m. S-wn any other ort of " box .n it ide I,,oce of woo1 Ule ottam ot tlie opening so that Yry 19 Piotwted from all drafts. fin With strny or hay and if thought necessary hu of flannel 'or win iue rront. This Is i whlci 'o"0'1 nmnsi'- or a fhn,iren's'"TOim,r "npr- -ueiit. Each guet. rUigs with him or more bundles -aeatty wrapped and tied. They uy contain almost any small article, such as soap, a Iwwk, handkerchief or candy, and ehnnM 1 wrapped In such a way as to deceive one-regarding the contents. Absurd bundles are opened, and the one who has succeeded in securing the lest bar gain receives the first prize. The un fortunate who has fared the worst Is compelled to entertain the company with a story, game, recitation or In any way that his talent lies. ItoIdlftK on to the Soup. A lady returning from Europe with her little daughter was lying lu her berth very seasick during n storm. The ship was rocking and plunging, and the cabin trunks were rushing from sidt to side. Suddenly the ship gave a big ger roll, and the mother, fearing hei child would le hurt, said to her as she was washing her hands and playing with the water: "Oh. Mary, do take care and hold on to something!" Oh. mother." replied the child Inno cently, "I'm holding on as hard as evet I can to the soap!" It's a great pity that some animals can't talk and a greater pity that some men can. GOLD FROM RIVER SAND. Sorersaral VorltiK of m Sf Process la Idaho. For the last 40 years miners have been endeavoring to discover some practical method by which the fine gold which exists In paying quantities In the sand along the Snake river In Idaho might be saved. There is almost an Inexhaustible quantity of this gold bearing sand, the bottom land along the river varying from a few hundred feet to four miles in width and the rich sand rtinning in depth from 10 to 4C feet and extending for at least 30 miles up and down the river. A Robert Lilly a month or two age put In a small plant and is uow takiup out $50 to $t'0 a day at an expense ol about $23. says a Sioux Falls (S. D.) dispatch to the New York Tost. In a short time he expects to quadruple his capacity without Increasing the operat ing expenses, except as to fuel. At present be raises the gold bearing sand with an eight inch centrifugal, from which the lighter part floats away and the heavier part which passes through burlap. Is worked with a hand rocker. If Mr Lilly's process proves to be the success anticipated, a stampede of gold seekers to that region will occur befor the summer is over. SCHLEY PRAISED SAMPSON. llea a Gallaat Officer amd Coed Ma. the Adaalral Said. Kear Admiral Schley received an ova tkn at the Maritime Erebange, in New York, the other day. where he went to ,sj hjs fortuer flag lieutenant J- II- ,, . . . - eears. who ua r,p ui iw? uiurif , ..i.i i. livsi,ltnt Kunhardt and escorted out oa ttH. floor of tDe exchange. There Hioers for the admiral, and some oneask,,. -what's the matter with Sampson T He.. a gallant officer and a good j- AdoHraJ Schley. THE PIRATE SHIP The house ii old and low. the win dows are broken, the roof is covered with gray moss, and it sits on the brow of a hill overlooking the sea In a shel tered little harbor on the bleak New England coast. Aunt Esther once lived in the old house, ami many were the Incidents of interest in her quiet life. There she was born and lived all through her girl hood and married life and only left it for the little cemetery on the hillside. She had no children, but was dearly loved by the young people, some of whom were nearly always with her. Annt Esther was ever busy. When her great loom In the chamber above, where she wove cloth for home use and for sale also, was silent, there were many things to be done on the farm. Aunt Esther knew Just how and where every rod of their possessions was situ ated, and they covered an area of sev eral miles. She knew every boundary of their woodland. I have heard my grandma relate how she had gone for a little walk with Aunt Esther Just at sunset, when she became so absorbed In tracing some boundary line as not to return to the house till quite late in the evening, grandma becoming meanwhile quite exhausted. But it is of the adventure of a night In the old house when Aunt Esther was young that grandma has often told me. Aunt Esther's parents were away, and grandma spent the night with her, the two girls being the only occupants, of the house. They retired early, sleeping in the large spare room up stairs, its windows looking out over the sea. They must have felt a little timid, for they took the precaution of drawing a heavy chest in front of the door. In those days houses were never locked. Grandma, always a light sleeper, was arous-d about midnight by the sound of footsteps beneath her window. Aft er a few minutes the outer door open ed, and the girls, now fully awakened, heard some one enter and In'giii to look alout the house, opening doors and finally coming with heavy tread up the stairs. I can imagine that to have been a trying moment for them; but. to their relit-f, after coming aliotit half way up, the steps paused, and finally the person went down. Soon, by the stillness, grandma knew the persoti had left the house. Then their courage returned, and, rising, they quickly dressed and seated themselves by the window. It being a comparatively light night, although there was not a star to be seen, they saw a large ship riding at anchor close in to the shore. While they were wondering over this, for nre but small fishing vessels ever anchored there and not a sail had leen In sight when they retired, their attention was suddenly drawn to two men coming up from the shore, where they could niak out the outlines of a small boat, irtth shovels on their backs and beorfns be tween them a large box. Th's box was apparently very heavy, as they stop ped twice and set it down for a mo ment tiefore reaching the woods, where they disappeared from sight. It seemed that they wanted to be sure of tue house being unoccupied before they ventured to bring their fcurden ashgre. After an hoi" had passed the men -. o the boat, having left the ikx. With rapid strokes they soon left e Miore ana reached the vessel -Mien the sails were tin B.ieiuiy as SjaBrr-i-fBT. fhl iris lav n'thatjeJTir beds and slept until dqwBL.j?.'" When Aunt Esther's parents arrived. thev listened with Interest to the story of the night. Grandma's father, then an old man. said it was without doubt a pirate ship, and in the strong box was stored some of their ill gotten gains. Others had seen the ship. Some be lated fishermen had seen the boat as eve was rowed away from the shore. Then began an eager quest to find the lox which it was believed the men had buried. Some thought It was a notorious robber of that time, who was far famed for his bold and daring deeds, and that being closely threaten ed with enpture he had hidden this treasure away until such time as he should return for it- Tarties were or ganized and search made for the box, but all without avail. Even many years after men were known to dig In the vain hope of finding the buried treas ure. One man whose mind was somewhat unsettled dug a cave within the forest and here lived a hermit life, searching always for the hidden gold. With what awe do the children even now walk through this grove of trees! As they listen to the story the woods look very dark and gloomy, and they seem to see the hard faced men dig ging silently in the solemn night. They imagine all sorts of things the box might have contained and talk of the hermit, pointing out the place that was his care, and they draw a breath of relief when once they are out of the woods into the sunlight again. In after years many a night did Aunt Esther arise from her bed and gaze out over the billows in vain hope of agam seeing the pirate ship. All her watching was never rewarded. Wheth er the pirates if pirates they were came and silently took their treasure away, unseen by any, or whether it moldered away in the forest shades re mains an open question. Homes For t'amarrled Women. Sweden and Norway both boast sev eral homes for unmarried women. One of these was endowed more than 200 years ago by a man who left the bulk of his fortune to his spinster descend ants. The home is managed by sal aried trustees, and the unmarried wo man who can prove kinship to the founder is entitled to a home there. How They Broke Co. An amusing story is related in "Ca nadian Savage Folk" of the manner in which an adjournment was taken by a mass meeting. A missionary who had started a school among the Indians met with opposition, and the meeting had been called In support of the rival scheme. There were several speakers who de nounced the school In existence. We replied vigorously, showing the effi ciency of the school and denouncing in turn the methods adopted by the opposition- An Indian chief produced .ome specimens of work done at the school, and several speakers supported the work as it was being done. The climax as reached when a gentleman rose and said: "I move tlie whole thing hnstr The chairman put the motion. "It is moved nod seconded that the whole thing busl!" The audience sprang to their feel ami. wax ins hats. y-Utl -Unsted!" and u;a!e for iloor Thus rnh-d tt first and htst opposition tn that matter. RICHMOND DAILY PAjlXAPlUM WOULD ALTER NtAGArt WuklastilB Ml SnbmiH Bfmirk. fcl l'ruuii( io. Joseph I. Keefer of Washington has submitted to the Niagara falls commis sion a plan to cht away a portion ol Goat island, build an abutment and connect the American and Canadian falls in one grand torrent of water, says the Buffalo Courier. "My idea." said Mr. Keefer the other night, "Is to build a great giant wall or abutment, with a stone top or copius that cannot be washed away and let the water from both sides of the Island gracefully glide over the dam or stone esplanade, thus making one -continuous stream of pure white water from the Jut of one shore to the Jut of the oth er. "I conceived the idea," he said, "when I was at the falls the other day. I was standing over on the Canadian side where the old British museum used to be. and. looking across, the thought struck me how much prettier the fails would be if they were not broken by Goat Island. Then I set to work to think how the improvement could ! made. When I reached what I believe is a feasible plan. I made Inquiries when the commission would meet and. finding It was to convene on the fol lowing day. staid over and attended its meeting at the Prospect IIousc. "The commissioners seemed much taken with the idea and wondered why no one had ever thought of it before. They told me they would have their engineer figure on it and make an esti mate of the cost and that they would correspond with me regarding the mat ter later. For further consideration of the matter I was referred to Andrew A. Green of New York." Asked how much he estimated the cost of the Improvement would be, Mr. Keefer said: "That Is hard to say, but I am of the opinion it would not run over $50,000 or frtO.OiiO, which would be a small price to pay for such an improvement I shall bring the matter before the gov ernor of New York and through him again to the attention of the falls com missioners. "The people ought to be interested in this improvement, for it will make a new falls at Niagara. It will stimulate the Interest of those who have nevet seen tlie falls before, while those who have seen them will be anxious tc come again to see what has been done to preserve and improve one of the greatest American wonders." Mr. Keefer already enjoys distinction of Iieing the man who raised the first American flag In Alaska. He Is also $ cousin of General George Washingtof. INFORMATION FOR MARINER! Valuable Dally Pnb 1 leu t ion IV by the Naval II ydroif raphle OfBof 'The naval hydrographlcofficeat Wa" ington has Just Issued the first copf' a daily publication calculated to V ot great benefit to mariners on the Aan" tic and designed to supplement tf eK' cellent work accomplished for iian? years by this branch of the servi is a daily memorandum of wrec6 &U and fog reports for. th and Is mm Wbe mailed every "Jft7 i-....i ..M,iu'J except Wednesday to the branp.l; la. graphic offices on the east Vannah, says at Boston New. vf Baltimorfl-oaioe LiUothty pilot chart of the north Atlan- "-t nrcuiuS Btapuicaiiy the condi tions a nj positions of dangerous dere licts, floating ice auft other menaces to navigation, ani this clmi-t tag been supplemented by weekly bulletin is sued Wednesdays, giving the latest r. ports from incoming ships for the ben efit of outward bound vessels about to leave ports. This information, wbicb has proved of great benefit to shipmas ters sailing on Saturdays, has, howev er, lost some of its freshness in tn early part of the week following, iar ticularly for vessels sailing from Phil adelphia and Baltimore, which have a voyage of 30 hours before reaching tie open sea and are often exposed to dm gers which have been reported In lie meantime near the coast. The nw dally memoranda for the present rill be manifolded by a simple process, is no appropriation is available for prlit ing. . n 3 Artesian Water Found at Santa IV The Santa Fe New Mexican, In pi lishing a dispatch from Wyoming r garding the interesting discovery t artesian water on Sherman hill. whl!h is over 8.000 feet high, remarks tfct "Santa Fe is 1,000 feet lower than spot where water was struck on Shr man hill, and the day may come wltn some enterprising man will strike arte sian water on the mesas at the footat the range and thus open the way tt reclaiming the fertile lands that nr round this city." It is interesting tc cote In this connection that the Uniwd States geological survey through its li; vision of hydrography made extensfre investigations last season with wry satisfactory results in the arid landtof central Calif oria to determine th s sibility of locating wells which coald be used for Irrigation purposes. : Oils investigation was conducted at tlie re quest and with the co-operation of the California Water and Forest associa tion, which bore with the government half the expense. j , Praise For American Locomotives. The American locomotives oB the Bengal Central railway are mostMtis factory. says the Calcutta correspond ent of the New York Sun. The aport of the Indian government enginetfs ou the bridge over the gorge at Gobiek, Burma, built by the Pennsyfrania Steel company. Is to the effect that it is a triumph of engineering skill." The native press is advocating the icing of further orders for railway miterial in the United States on the scoreof it strength and durability. Didn't Marry for Money. The Boston mn who lately mar ried a sickly rich young woman is happy now, for he got Dr. Jong's New Life Pills, which restored her to perfect health. Infallible for Jaundice, Biliousness, Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver and Slomaeh troubles. Gentle bat effective. Only 25c at A. G. Luken & Co. s. EXCURSION RATES For Fourth of July Trips. Excursion tickets will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines for Fourth of July trips. Tbev mav be obtained July 3d and 4th at any ticket station on the Pennsylvania Lanes west ol fmsburg to any other station on those lines within a radius of two lundred miles. Return coupon will oe good until July 5th, inclusive. For particulars about rates and time of trains, apply to Pennsylvania Lines! Passenger and Ticket Agents. ami. tux EXCURSIONS To ChautauquaA Chance to Visit That Attract ive Resort. Two special lo fare excursions to Chautauqua, i. are included in the oppoi tuniti for delightful vaca tion trips via A ennsylvania Lines this summer. I?th excursions will be run via TheJMfron pute formed the Pennsyrania and Erie Li nes over which there is through car ser vice from lnf anapoiis, Richmond, other points f Chautauqua. The re turn limit oif 'xcursion tickets will be thirty dajf allowing ample time for an exted sojourn at that fa mous resort The first tfcursion will be run Fri day, July 5f- Returning cupons will be good unf August 6th. The sec ond excun-p will occur Friday .July 26th, tickof far which will be rood returning August 27th. The round trigMe from Richmond will be $10.50 both occasions. Trains fing Richmond at 4:55 p. in. h; "sleeping cars running from Riofao&d through Columbus and AkrG to JLakewood, Chautauqua and Jamcwn. For fuller information apply to C.W. Ehticket agent, Richmond. Ind. The a!t3' thief has come to stay; Unlorf jou drive the pimples aild blflMeads away; Ho M don't look like a fright; - TakV&eky Mountain Tea tonight. As If Of" druggist. IJ Terrib!e Explosion 'Qapasoline stove burned a lady herdi?ht fully," writes N. E. Pal mer,f Kirkman, . Ia. "The best doct's couldn't heal the running sortfhu followed, but liucklen's Arr Salve entirely cured her.' InfjibSe for cuts, corns, sores, boin, J bruises, skin diseases and piJ. (25c at A. G. Luken&Co.'s. ispires one to nobler and better du3s; unlocks the gates of happi ns; pours glowiDg vitality into your gjtem. That's what Iloeky Mouu ta Tea will do. 35c Ask your SSLst. xcursions to San Fran cisco via Pennsylva nia Lines- - , '!.. 1 1 41 July Ut to 12th, inclusive, the Pennsylvjaiia, Lihes will sell sion tickets wjSaii Francisco, account Epworth Lijue Convention. For particular mh-mation see Ticket Agents of Pennsania Liues Saves Two From Death. "Our little daoRad an almost ratalattjci.'- pnn writes Mrs. ugh and we 'Mif-AvUand. of Annnt x- r.. - .ies; faffed, Diseovov-r' QLwm A - - r'n , ,rtftMT7t'.rcrt 1 s luge, also usew tois wonueriui medicine today she is perfectly well." Des perate thrott and lung diseases yield to Dr Kind's New Discovery as to no other nwdieine on earth. Infalli ble for coufhs ard colds. 50, .an,i H bottki guaran'eed hv A f. Luken & Gj., druggists. Trial bot' ties free. Saengerres Excursion to Buffalo via Pennsylvania Lines. June 2i and 2:5, for Thirtieth Saen- gerff st of the North American Saen- gerbund, excursion tickets will le sold to Buffalo via Pennsylvania lines; good returning till July 2d. Vitality, nerves like steel, clear eyes, active brain, strength, health and happiness comes to those who take Kockv Mountain lea made by Madison Medicine Co. 35c. Ask jour druggist. PUBLIC HQTIGE Wo wish to nnnonnco to tlie people of thii vicinity that we ha-e soenrod the Agency for G. E. Carter's Catarrh Cure A positive cure for Nssal Catarrh, Cold In tha Head , Sore Throat, Inflamed and Swollen Tonsils, All Catarrhal Throat Troubles, CIot1 Nostrils, Eceslve Nasal IHscharges. Hacking; Cough, Dr , Choklnar Feeling. This remedy has been a sienal and instant-"eons success It is soothini? in its action, and -jxluces on its first application a sensat ion of xhtful relief and benefit, instantly kill9 tlie Bacterial Germ, which produce Catarrh of tlie Head, Nose and Throat, and eventually loads to such serious troubles as Asthma. Consumption, Laryngitis, Bronchitis, and many othfir diseases too nam erous to mention. I an he used by the most delicate persons er children without harmful or nauseous resnlts. PRICE E0C. AND S1.00. The $1.00 fiio contains two and one-half times the quantity of the 50c size. C. E. CARTER & CO.. 71 W. Jacksnn SU CHICAGO Dowt Be Fooledi Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only hy Madison Medi cine Co.. Madiun. VV i -,. It keeps yfttt well. Oar trad mark cut on aeach package. Price. -15 cents. Naver sold In bulk. Accept no ubsti Ask your drugsist. BELLAVITA Bern at v TmMeta mi Fills. A pet vU xie kuA rar.ui treatment fr all skit. ' irderH, Rests, es the oioem mi outx re fades laces djV treairent f S3 days' il.OU, by mail "nti for cirrrar. Addrefe, IE VITA DUU. CO.. Ciiattf Is t SW..Csr Sold by A. G. L-iken & Co., Mait street, and C'i r,r , 415 nertl ighth street Richmond MSB iltXESTtR'S ENGLISH pEnnYROYAL PILLS fcr IHltHESTtK-"! KMilXSH . tm Kl. tiola anraiUe kMaa. mmi wtma ! ttltrnttmrn mm 1bU- .!. Nun fmia. Drunkenness & Drug Uting eeley The oiMarous ornoci OS Co wit rclal Club Bids; Kef erences to eured men hi your community. Corres pondence confidential. Bell Tai. 2427. PLAIN FIELD, IND. FARES TO BUFFALO Over the Akron Route for Pan-American Exposition, Excursion tickets to Buffalo over the Akron Iloute via Chautauqua Lake for the. Pan-American reposi tion are now on sale at ticket oftices of the Pennsylvania Lanes and con necting railways. Fares from Richmond, Ind., are as follows: Tickets good returning ten davs, $12.65. Tickets good returning fifteen days, $1j.5o. Season tickets with return limit until October 31st, $18. Special coach excursion tickets, good !eaving Buffalo up to midnight of Thursday following date of sale may be obtained en Tuesdays at $S 20. Tourist tickets at special fares may also be obtained for trips to re sorts in Canada. All tickets to Can ada and eastern points, including Aew ork, will be giod for stop over at the - Pan-Handle - Exposition on payment of $1 extra at Buffalo. - Stop-overs at Chautauqua Tvike will be allowed on all tickets to Buf falo and eastern points,' without ex tra cost. For schedules showing convenient through passenger service to Buffalo and other information, please apply to C. . Elmer, Ticket Agent, KicL niond, Ind. Seven Years in Bed. '"Will wom'ers ever cease?" in quire the friei ds of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence. Kan. They knew she had been unable to leive her bed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble, nervous orostration and general debility; but, "Three bottles of fc-lectric Bitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three months I felt like a new per son, women suffering from Head ache, Backache, Nervousness, Sleep-le-sness. Melancholy, Fainting and D-.zzy b pells will lmd it a priceless blessing. Try it.. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Only 50c, at A. G. Luken & Co. s. Home-Seekers' Excursion via Pennsyl vania Lines. Low rate Home-Seekers excursion tickets to tho west and south will lie sold via Pentsylvania Linos May 7, il, J une 4th and 18th. Particular information about faros, - through time and other details will be furn ished upon application to passenger and ticket agent s of the Pennsy 1 vania Liines. VISIT WINONA LAKE. An Attractive Summer Haven tor Rest. Recreation. Entertainment. Winona Lake, Ind . on the Penn sylvania U fwaa attractive sunt- mer havon ior persons : w "vut and combine, devotion, Sation. instruction with ? AvVona As IUMJUWateU and is uticiany visited bv ... w.J-irnti who are strengthened in tninj hv tho excellent facilities for vlilfjlt,unfi.l work, and invigorated in iwwlv th health-giving influences for which inona L.rike is famous. the season of l'.)01 will nrn Mm 15. Commencing on that date evenr- sion tickets with fifteen-d:w limit will be on sale via Pennsylvania Fi'r-- They m:y t , obtaiMi a. sale of season excursion tickets will dso begin May 15 and continue daily until September 14. Kxcursioi tickets will lx good returning unti: September 17. r ull information alut the attract ions at "Beautiful Winona, its as scnbly and summer school, etc , will be cheerfully furnished all who ad dress Mr. Sol C. Dickey, secretary. Winona Lake, Indiana. Inquiries ittout excursion rates, time of trains. tc , should be addressed to passan ger and ticket agents of the Penrs,'l- ania Lines, or Frank Van Dusen, chief assistant general passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. GOING after it has been OVKRTHR "done up" by some I.I N EN laundries is almost the same as making new garments. NO MENDING to hf (I'inf on goo Is which hive pissed through our hands. Gi.at care is taken not to tni .re any! tune. A's.liile el-an- lint-ss anii ik rfe.-t finish is attain il witli- out subjtin' clothes to hard treatment. Carpets cleaned. Tlie Riclinioud Steam lAuiilry O. W. WALTERS Pr . 1IIBU Pon K S .A lady can make from $700 to $1000 each 5 ear, Attending to our adverttsinj and business in ner own locality. We give you exclusive territory and control of all medicine sold ia your territory. You can app-jint sub-agents and keep the drnggists supplied with goods. You will mate a profit on every sale made in your territory, whether sold to druggists or your sub-agents. Can you devote your spare time to this? Space will not allow us to say any more Write to us and we w Ul talk it over with you. Address jSJUtTEATOR REMEDY CO., -Bos 278, Syracuse, M. Y. ' aa b-olutely Harmless. Culls on the Spo BR0M0-PEPSIN MOTE THE WORD PEPSIM I IQCC Headaeho, Slcplesne IT wOtndiEMtton. Norrousncu 1Sa H.H.Meeruofe SA2TCTARY Steam and Hot Water Heating SEWERAGE, ETC See us for Estimates. Phonn 4J- ft S Mntl ...Bradbury St Son... KeairiM Homr "argain I'our acres of native forest and select ed fruit trees, with Kd, swtwt.tntial 1 rick residence. One of the choicest su!urliaii jJai-es in the vicinity of Richmond. Vetcott Itloclr Richmond. Indlaaa. S.K.MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate, Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work . . . . place to h if a h u s ,n y-oa piy rea O. B. MORGAN, Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter, St1 and N. H Sta.. Kicrnnond. li-f1 SEASON 1901. Chicago Boat Via Pcre Marquette Ry. AND Graham & Morton Line. Chicago. St. Josepti and Benton Harbor fykj EACH WAY ZlrV. f I eath way on all night steamers. 1o !" ar niln aHI ..11.1t. IV.ilv. Ilm Kuur UhiIwhv, '" .!... & kj n.M..aJUs,J-9S Ilrt..r it tvlni.ir."- T-;imll, ,,u.l - "" ,.f.ll FARE $I.O ach WaV , .-vS wreetions at OTTAWA I5KACII -orCRANn RAPIDS. LANSINtl, DK- TROIT, SAGINAW. TRAVKRSK CITV, KTOSKKY, and all Northern ami Cen tral Miehitrau. Chicago Ofiioe and Dock, Foot ol Wa bash Ave. Telephone 2162 Central. ;. II. Graham, Pres. J. S. Morgan, Sec.-Treas. lienton liarlior, Mtcli. Summer G.R.&I "Tha riahing Llna." Tii- PH?H'ni;-r IwtiHrtmpnt of ii fjintn.l RaMli SL lllfitHll HlllMUV llK.H IH!.ll..i H Mi MH tNMtki-t, intuit-.! "Mi. tiii.u 111 Hiilmiir,' Hihi i-.mlainM J4..0 li.-tiirii rt-M In iitiruii-n M i-lu:aii: lm.-r.-a.fc- u iniMriiiHiioii iivn uImhii i(it-a Mii.iliir rworin; Petoskey Bay View Macklnae Island Traverse City Neahtawanta Onsena Merthport North port Point Edgewooal and ether points Harbor Springs Harbor Point Wequetonmfng oaring Brook Em -aat Beach Walloon Lake lim,.,i.;u.i;.ii.rk1.i.,u ...l I i,.a,o Aii.i wk, an,! .:i.HpMii4-r furet troiu the i.riiMTiml .:.,, ... ..... HI .....I IL- .u. This booklet will ! set fre upon rtiu'Mt to fi. L. t- C KWOOD, n! PfcHn Kr sl l'tkt Attt, (2r:fctil Ktpnlf. Mnih, TIm mirnm-r trm -h.itil fftw into erlfH ui. Tttii Hr.N full ttifor nf ton ns;?trdin vtiHw'tiiHi. titf r(ril)iil foxir with rml ar fjerfit'f, wih if ai. anl r-ihi ttai Ktveo to pl.'in a cmftrtMe tr va ttt GRAND RAPIDS A INDIANA RAILWAY THE AKRON ROUTE TO BUFFALO f ST0P-0VCAS ALLOWED at Chautauqua Lake at :io Pan-American Exposition and Niagara Falls on ail Tickets lu Lastern Foists includ ing Canadian Resorts and New York. Hm- i kirs Imlr 3,'.t fa 4 im n liprtm IJ us SJim' Mtm "M u !2.t6sa je am MJ an Osst tr. IIMt!H?0l3 Taas. Ir. Cti'"..'! l. kiail' L. " u. is; It. 0U; BiiS C A. k C. Lr. H- - knt tr. Ci iflS-ji &Wi " Ir. LiiI.""J t tSMiua- 1 tr. itlttiVi mj BUFFALO- THE PAN-AURiCAN EXPRESS rnna Hanr uh -u.jn f -Viut iar fr ln.luunita tlimwcii llJm to Kn(IK lr!!jtT I'tmi.jl i ar merVK-rnniH tmi-ttrm imiina(M to ItAatuhm, 1 ftnnt HM rxzt! a;l ottxAam sr. 6rn Vtrk mi l-utifnafi rMfis; ar-. ttirifn as a uud tri ft iTom .!imihK to iiuttia. THE BUFFALO EXPRESS T kwixw( I from CwnmUs to nuBMt. Faa iafaraubaai au kc ka T r sddreuMit a) AM af aat riaaijwaets Uses. ...-- L B. GR0S1 ENaR. ll.D. Pbysicf an and Surgeon, 24 Berth 1 1th Street. Molern erroipment for the treatment of dueaaes of tlie Eye, Ear. Kuee and Throat, acute and chronic Scientific fitting of glasses. m .. Pennsylvania Linos TIME TABLE. la Effect Sunday, May 6, 1901. Ttsiaarma fcf eaotrsJ etaaaar tlsae. taelMMtt Une. iart Aastso Haadlm A CkMSaaad 4 MS)ia Cwcnaaci Amniiw oaat j mopm HuulM A Carwan , , aM G,LtLl Cas. Ace...... -. 4Sa tsjaaas ladlanaale Une. New Vark A Si Luuu. 'aJ.. jotta 0rB StUhus Unutcxi ...... 4i" Bfiss lw)ianatili cc .. tMa New ar4 A : t ru M.l , .jo iita 4 Niw Vorfc A St !.. ka. i o a " St Louie La -niw.t Mail .. 53 p m s sa c Vark cSiLlui MU luie sysass 6hioa) Line. Uocutort Acr. 7 oj eeat CtiicacafaM -tail A r-p.ii 00 a at 4 jo a at in. wmti A L. --l Acc jS p at m oa a U. m t-lK-i . 3ici,i up 11 J a Osyie a Mia L.ise. Xesia Si-g'tM. w( Cob. A.c 5 to a eft ! Itaytoe t.uti Luluiaau tiaytua futa. Sm urk Coia. Puts A New Voce.... Haysna Xcnta aoc. New Voa LawuteU ,i 05 a at M aat a 05 a at ra t aa 5 r tt oj pat I irB Mtsta - 'SIP" 4aai Plejua. Urhaaa A Cleaea Une. S Lotus a Jew Vark MeJ. j Ij a at 4 ; a at "latlpU CuU. Aoc ....... i. 15 a at t 05 p as Pint kjist MJ Exp 7 43 p e 06 p eft St I, Laauted MaU . 4 jo p at t'.rand Raoids aV Indiana Ry. Fl'VTe clra4 KjhJ Ax. s hi at ifco" t-iwaa.'. v.4a A Mack M a&l 1 50 p at waota NortSi-.rt . 11 tope t 5 a at H.lT ail othm trein ttatly ratsaot SaaWktatj J . A. iMrfMw, Siarioa Maatar. C . Kiierr. TlcVei Axaal Richmond and Daton It Rx-litnl via Pt'C 81 L KyOi V iOnm .IOm Leav rUum via ltuu A Wwtfra 1 r u.io Co ". , w 50 am -. ) m Arrive lAtylun... . .....II 00 am Auu I nt BKTVSN1M6. Leaeo Iyion ti !jhn A Wnt. era Trai-tiua Co . h:Uii am ItVOJ am -v-t ru W IA) )m L-p Eittou i P O C A 8t I. By Co ... 10 Jff am 11 aooa a 47 um lt:' tiui ArrtT K e imooj via P C O A St L. Kjr CX.... . 10:45 am 13.- pre. 7 au piu ll UUpm atraa op rias. Koun.1 trip. Kichman.l anj K Hon, via P. C"" C au Kv . Rouiiil trip. Ku.n an.l 1Uhi, via I. . W. 1 r. tton ............ ...... ........ . e RoubiI trip, Riclimomt nd Dayton ........' r5 Cincinnati, Richmond A M uncle R. R. Passenger ohedele 1st attest rhereday rehreary SaV iwmrw a - Ma. kJ Ite. RhmonH.. ..... . homo r.hiu".- m ....... " WnUo " V 76 a 1tuIm a'tftVea ?: P" H.MUu . . .- A1 ' P- " s ... a-.M- Arrive Cir urovt. ;'--j'lijff Kt a , :, Cia'U TiaC H. A "L . KmHU um J1.il !." " ' 6:0 arr IV 1 U llt. ...... - L- Mim .' Wiu iilfrn' S.isiain " llimtnn r Fkliilll " . I .ruiff " " ir tunf ..... - Arri,a South Ri.h.noa.l M5 ,.m '. K)4..lllOUl .... ..... T F. Stop Tor Pafen!rs. C. B. A M. Trains lally. JOUN; INARCH EB, KonJPana. Afrt. W. I. AIXEN, tioo'l Mr. Cincinnati Northern R. R. Traim uasa West Manchester daily eacept Sun Jap aa follow : North Bound. South Bound. No. s 9:05 am No. 1... 4:pa No. s. No. 4. N and 4 run onla between Cincinnaii and V rZT Voa. i and . run thri,Bh between CiocmnaU ud jaekm. T. C. M. Sohlndler, u. r. . jgBklS ALARM IIOXE8. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of Seventh Street. 12, First ami south C, l'imio factory 13, H. 15, 1, 18, Secoml ami aotith B Fourth ami aouth I) Fifth ami south B Fifth and south 1 1 Seventh anl south C SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, letween 7th and llth'nt. 21, Eighth and Main 28 Higlith and aouth K Seventh and south O Ninth and south A Tenth and south C Kleventh and Mitin Eleventh And aouth J THIRD DISTRICT.! 24, 26, 2, 27. 28, South of Main, East of Eleventh Street J 31, Twelfth and south B 82. Twelfth and south K Fourteenth and Main Fourteenth and south C Eighteenth and south A Twentieth and Main FOURTH DISTRICT. 80, 8, 87, North of Main, West of 10th st. to River. 41, Third and Main, Robinson's shop. 42, Third and north C 43, City Building, Fire Headquarters 45, Gaar, Scott He Co 4, No. 1 hose house, north 8th street 47, Champion Mills 48, Tenth and north I FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Sevastopol. 6, West Third and Chestnut 51. 62, West Third and National road West Third and Kinsey West Third and Richmond avenue 63, 65, Earlham College State and Hover 60, Grant and Ridge 67, Hunt and Maple 68, Grant and Sheridan 69, Bridge avenue. Paper Mill SIXTHI DltTHICT. North of D Street, East o """-nth Street 81, Railroad Shojrs 2, Hutton's Coffin Fadory 63, Hoosier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Works 65, Richmond City Mill Works m, Westoott Carnage Co 67, Thirteenth and north II SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D sts, R at 10th 7. Ninth and north A 71. Eleventh and north B Fourteenth and north C 72, 73, No. S hose house, east end 74, Eighteenth and north C 75, Twenty-second and north E SPECIALTSlCNAis. 2-2-2 Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out 8-3-8 Fire pressure S Fire pressure off 10-10-10 Natural gas off 10 Natural tyas on IT PUTS A IIOII.SE in full dress, as it were, to take the road in a set of handsome harness. '1 be be&t animal makes a poor t.ixw in a cheap or has been outfit. If you want something swtll for a stylish, quick stepper, just caiJ, and well meet your vleas to a T, in eitlirr single or double harness. Prices? just right THE WICrGINS CO. 509 Main sit Matt P"