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' 1 TO NORTHERN MICHIGAN. Summer Sleeping Cars Now Running via Pennsyl vania Lines. Sleeping cars running to Northern Michiguu renorts over the i'ennsyl sylv.nia Short Lines and G. R. & I. Hallway. The through cars run daily, leaving Richmond 9:15 p. m , arriving at lV'toskey, Traverse City, IJ.iy View, Harbor Springs, Mackinaw City next morning, connecting at Mackinaw City with steamer reaching Mackinac Island at noon. Tourist tickets to Michigan reports now on sale. Poi particulars see ticket agents of Penn sylvania Lines. C.W. Elxrr, Passenger and Ticket Agent Astounded the Editor. Editor S. A. IJrown of IJennetts ville, S. C, was once immensely sur prised. "Through long sulfering from Dyspeu-iia," he writes, '"mj wife waj greatly run down. She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach, bui she tri!i Electric Hitters which htptnl her at once, and, after usint four butties, she is entirely well, can eit anything It's a grand ton:c. and its gentle laxative qualities art tr!mliil f.r torniii liver." Var In- digestion, Lss of Appetite, Stomach ami Ltver irouuie it s a positive, guaranteed cure. Only 50c at A. U Luken & Co.'s drug store. What A Tale It Telis. If that mirror of yours shows i wretched, sallow complexion, a j.mn diced look, moth patches and blotch s on the skin, it s liver trouble; bui Dr. King s New Life Pills regulat the liver, purify the blood, give cleai skin, rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only at A. (J. Luken & Co s drug store. AN EASTERN TRIP Un excursion I ickets over The Pennsylvania Lines. Excursion tickets to New York may be obtained at principal ticket otliees of the Pennsylvania lines, good going over the Pennsylvania lines or going via Pennsylvania lines and returning via the other direct lines from New York, including the routes via Buffalo with privilegeof stopping over a' that point to take in the Pan-American exposition and Niag ara Palls, or returning via Washing ton, I). C , with stop over at that point. Full inform ition will be fur n'shed in reply to inquiries addressed ticket agents of the Pennsylvania lines. UVJIM I nd SMOKE Your Lifeaway ! Von can be cttrel of any form of tobacco using easily, ho made well, strong, mntfttetie, fullot nw life and viiror by taking MO-TO-BAC', tliat mikra weak men strong. Many Kite ten pound In Irn days. Over 800,000 curca. All lniKi?it. Cure iruaraiiteel. Book li-t and advice f-'KUK. Address STKK1.INO HUMHUV CO. fhicm or New York. 4.17 VISIT WINONA LAKE. An Attractive Summer Haven for Rest. Recreation. Entertainment. Winona Lake, Ind.. on the Penn sylvania Line i, is an attractive sum mer haven for jtersons who desire to combine devotion, entertainment and 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 health-giving influences for which Winona Lake is famous. Tne season of 11H)1 will open May 1". Commencing on that date excur sion tickets with fifteen-day limit will be on sale via Pennsylvania Lines. They may be obtained dur ing May, June, Juiy and August. The sale of season excursion tickets will also begin May 15 and continue daily until September 14. Excursion tickets will be good returning until September 17. Full information about the attrac tions at "Beautiful Winona," its as sembly and summer school, etc., will be eheerfully furnished all who ad dress Mr. Sol C. Dickey, secretary, Winona Lake, Indiana. Inquiries abjut excursion rates,time of trains, etc , should be addressed to passan ger and ticket agents of the Pennsyl vania Lines, or Prank Van Dusen, chief assistant general passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. Educate Your Bowels Your bowels can be trained as well as your muscles or your brain. Cas rarets Candy Cathartic train your bowels to do right. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc IF YOU WANT STYLE when you driving you'll take care to have good harness as well as a good horse and bujiscy We maVe stylish harness that has -otii n I wear. The lisiht harness jjm-s especially gooa service. .Che Wiggins Co. 509 Main St. BEST FOR THE BOWELS .. a a TveralT, Soalthr raoveaaMt of tb. I? iTl. rv dr. til or wtli w. .rej rear , ,v, n a"' t W . r.r.l U acapeot vlo . ..itwi'f Mil poison. 1 daturt-roua. The inoot. ? J5S perfers J ol kcto UM bowett EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY plfnT. r.UixMo, Potent, Tsrtr Oood. Pofceo K..-, n R ,Ak ..r ..r.n ML !&. and Ml I, writ U-tir waptr, aad aookles ca i' ,.i u ileB1 rears, nirittr nw tnl Jfijj CATHARTIC KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN imn:nrKEssAs-.:E!D WISES CURED oeicaiy ai home byaa la visible dev Ice : help can a (laa.es help eyes, alter ail remedies have laiicd M ustt. oawmiw. whispers heard. No pats, NcU-aanastma-. Liar4 and endorsed by phr aacaaaM. Write to F. Hiscox, xa- tntC an Lafayette Street, Newark, N. J.. PIPr lor S pace book ol ti-innm.niaia Saewiaws HOW THE LEGS GROW. The Mltoeka of Kaerriae I.PB8tlie Tbrat mmd Krrp Them Ksrat. A a fact, says the author, our lowei limbs are not nsually both ef exactly the name h-ngth, though they are so foi all practical puir?s- The left Is usu ally the longer, though the gait Is not notably influenced by this fact. At birth the lower limbs are shorter thac th uppr, and tht-lr movements are rather of the prehensile type. "We arc not born leggy like the foal or kanga roo, but we gradually achieve leggi ness. The bonca increase In length, not bo much by Interstitial deposit as bj addition to their ends that is, by pro gressive ossification of the layer of car tilage which intervenes between tht end of the shaft and the epiphysis. Os slflcntion goes on till the coiniwineni parts of the bone are all united by Ixmj matter, and thus the stature of the in dividual is determined. If from inflammation or Injury au epiphysis be danjagetL one limb may b shorter than the other, or iufiammatorj atininlation may even induce an in creased length In the bone affected. The skeletons of tortoises, not leiug sub jected to sudden jars, have no epiphy ses at the ends of the long bones, whereas in the leaping frog the extrem ities of the humerus and femur long re main as separate epiphyses. The con tinuous concussions to which the ends of the bones of the lower limbs are ex posed when a vigorous child is excited by Its own natural spirit to run about are doubtless of great value in assist-j ing the growth in length of the lowei limbs, which soon lose their infantile character and Ix-come adapted for run ning and walking. P.y exposing the lower limbs to the same influences and resistances during their entire growth we manage to maintain them of the same length, and gentle Jars uon the epiphyses at the joints may be consid-j eretl favorable to growth. Nes York Medical Kecord. A BIG WEDDING FEE. The Oeaerona lira to Which llenrj Ward needier I'at It. In his "Eccentricities of Genius" Ma jor Pond says that often while travel lug Henry Ward ISeecher improved his time by havbig what he called "a gen eral housecleaulug" of his pockets, which would get loaded up with letters and papers until they could hold no more, when he would c-ar them out and destroy such papers as were worth less. On one occasion Reecher happened to put his band in the watch pocket of his pantaloons and found there a little envelope which he opened. When he saw Its contents, he called Major Pond to sit lestde him and remarked: "You remember the evening I married C. 1. Huntington. I was so much in terested in the subject that I forgot he handed me a little envelope as he went out of the door. I put it In the watch pocket of my pantaloons and never thought of It again until just now, and here It is, four $1,000 bills. Afear.'- b , aaid. "don't tell any one about It. and we will have a gomi time and make some happiness with this money. We will Just consider that we found it." And so In a day or two Mr. Reechet went with Major Pond to look at a cargo of line oriental rugs, many -of which he purchased and sent to differ ent friends, and afterward he spenl what remained of the money for coin silver lamps, unmounted gems and va rious pieces of bric-a-brac, all of which he gave away until he bad used up the eutire $4,000 "in making happiness among those whom he loved. After Mr. Roecber's death the major related to Mr. Huntington the Incident of this discovery of the four $t.OOC bills, and the railway magnate observ ed: "I should never have given them to him. It was all wrong. 1 made a mistake. Money never did him any good." The Qoeatloaa of Clarence. "Well. Clarence, what is it?" asked the boy's papa. "I didn't say anything, papa, replied Clarence. "I know you didn't, but It Is fully five minutes since you asked a question. and I know from experience that an other Is due about this time." "Well. papa, what are all those big United States flags made of?" asked the boy. "Some of them are made of silk. Clarence, but by far the greater num ber are made of bunting. "And. papa?" "Well, Clarence 7 "Are tie little flags made of baby bunting?" Pittsburg Commerclal-Ga-Eette. Gte Everybody a Cbanee. Emerson's dictum that we should treat every one as If he were all he ought to be Is an excellent rule to prae-! tlce In daily life. It Is human nature! to rise to the level that ts expected of it. It Is not necessary to waste time upon uncongenial people unless you are bound to them by strong family ties. but It Is important that all with whom you come In contact be studied, with the desire on your part to give credit j for all tnat is gooo in mem ami mm nothing in their outward circumstances or appearance be allowed to prejudice you against them. Ada O. Sweet In Woman's Home Companion. Wiac Too Late. Fond Mother Tommy, yon dont seem very well. Tnmmr-Na maw. 1 ain't. 1 wisht 1 bad let sister eat that third piece uv pie. Ohio State Journal. " A Heartfelt Laa. Casey So poor Cassidy is dead? Snre. evervbodv will miss him! Fl.iunigrA They will! He was the only men u. . he war-rd thot everybody could lit k! Puck. If a dealer asks vou to tafce some thing said to be "just as pood a Hocky MountamTeamade by Madison Medicine Co," ask hi it "he rnakes more money. Ask your aruggisi. Henry County Fair Excur- sions. Atiin?t 13th t." 1Rr Jncliiisivp. ptt- cursioa tickets to New Castle will be sold via Pennsylvania lines: valid re turning Saturday, Aocmst ilth. Passenger and Ticket Agent. NOW ARE TOUR KIDNEYS T Dr. Hobbs Sparagus pills cure all kidney ills. Sample free. Add. Ster ing Remedy Co HENRY OF ORLEANS. Fart. A boat he rrlarr't rrr mt ; Mm Uii-larr r. The late Prince Henri d'Orieans was not a believer; in the re-establishment of a monarchy in France. In fact, he renounced all claim to the throne cf his ancestors some years ago on the ground that the republic was the form of gov eminent which the French pop!e hart chosen in the exercise of their right, says the New Torli Ttms. lie went so far in his adherence to the republic that he publicly repudiated all connec tion with the loyalist party. He was born at Ham. near Rich mond. In 1S07. He was the eldest son of the Due de Chart res. who fought in the American civil war on the staff ol General McClellan. A law pasd in France In 1SS7 prevented him from en tering the military school of St, Cyr. Disappointed, he started on a trip around the world. He spent skx months in India bunting with his cousin, the Due d'Orieans. He afterward fjuar reled with the duke on account of the hitter's conduct toward Princess .Mar guerite. Prince Henri's- favorite sister, who was Jilted by the duke. On Prince Henri's return to France he published a book about bis experiences in hunt ing the tiger, which was favorably re ceived. In 18S9 Prince Henri accompanied Gabriel Bonvatot. the explorer, Journey of exploration in Titet. fitnrted from Itussla. entered from Siberia and emerged at Tonjuin after going through much hardship and aanger. un ms return to t ranee Prince Henri received the gold medal .of the Geographical society and was elected an honorary member of the geocranh- leal societies of London. liome, Vienna and Berne. He published a book on this Jouruey In collaboration with M. Bon va lot. In 1892 Prince Henri went on a haz- ardous Journey into central Africa, and In 1X114, shortly before the French occupation, he explored Madagascar. Iter he went to Tonquin and discov ered the head waters of the IrawadI on his way from China to India. For this he received the cross of the Legion of Honor. In Prince Henri embarked on an expedition to Abyssinia with the avow ed pnrpose of opening up new markets for French industries. In his letters from the Abyssinian capital to Paris newspapers he described as cowards certain Italian officers and soldiers who were held there captive. This was con sidered an Insult by the Italian people and the Count of Turin. King Hum bert's nephew, challenged the prince to a duel. The affair was fought with swords, and after five rounds the prince was wounded. TRADE WITH JAPAN BOOMING Chance For an American Bank Make Money There. to A report received at the state depart ment In Washington from Consul Gen eral Bellows, at Yokohama, gives a comprehensive Insight into the condi tions in Japan. Japan's total exports In 1900 aggre gated In value $101.t0.137. and 21.U per cent of this amount came to the United States, or $2U.178.0U5 worth. The lmiorts from the United States amounted to $31,205,075, making the entire volume of trade between the two countries nearly $57,500,000. The t'nlted States takes each year three-fourths of Japan's tea, nearly all her floor matting and more than half her raw silk and lends as a purchaser in many other lines. On the other hand, Japan gets nearly one-half of her raw cotton from the United States and most of her locomotives and other ma chinery, leather, kerosene and other oils and flour. Mr. Bellows deplores the lack of a single American bank in Japan and says, that an American bank, with good connections in New York and San Francisco, skillfully managed, should prove a paying investment and also aid materially In exteuding United States commerce In the-east. ANIMAL RACE BY THE "400" Newport Society to Engage In n Novel Conteat. "Xoah's troubles" on the ark as Il lustrated In the comic section of a re cent Sunday Journal have furnished Newport fashionables with an Idea for a novel entertainment, says the New York Kvening Journal. Mrs. Burke Hoche and a number of her friends have determined to hold a gymkhana meeting in a few days, one of the prin cipal features of which is to be a pet animal race for an extremely valuable prize given by Mrs. Seth Barton French. The pet animals are to be driven by the fair owners, who will be allowed the use of a ribbon and a wand. The presence at one time od the same race course of pets so varied as monkeys and geese, of goats and pigs, of lion cubs and lambs, of turtles and rabbits, of guinea pigs and cockatoos, is likely to furnish no end of amusement jiot altogether devoid of excitement. The utmost Ingenuity will have to be em ployed by the owners of the various entries to prevent their resictive champions from fighting and even from devouring oae another. Objeetlon to Sanday Traveling-. We regret that King Edward and Queen Alexandra do not follow the ex ample set them ay Queen Victoria in regard to traveling on Sunday, says the London Baptist. The king on a recent trip traveled both ways on Sunday One would have supposed that if he had no scruples himself he would have sufficient deference to his mother's ex amle and sufficient respect for the nonconformist conscience to refrain from Sunday traveling. Bear tha Signature of Th8 Kuj Ym Haw I'tcars Boe To Save Her Child From fr'ghtful disSurment Mrs. Nannie Gallesrer, of La Grange, Ga., applied Bueklin's Arnica salve to great sores oa her head and face, and writes its quick cure exceeded all hopes. It works wonders in sores, braises, skin eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and piles. 2rc, Cure guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. Bantlw VsA in Km kwm Bag Eigaatara of Three spectres that threaten baby's life. Cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry never fails to con quer them. END WAR AND FAM IXE GLORIOUS HOPES OF A GFIHAT FRENCH SCIENTIST. H. Bertbelot Will Maoafaetnre Pm by Synthetic- (he luteal lreee Sot nil Idle Dreamer, hat Ose of the World! Uadlag Savaata. Whil? many of the world' leaders are earnestly tryro " awn? with war t-y the estjititwhiueiit of courts f arJ-'tra-tioD. SI. M-irccliiu Pw-rtheL.t. one ef the greatest f Frenchmen, is si-e!.in the fame end by a different method. M. Ilerthelot hopes to do away with war by the abolition of food, at any rate tf food such as we now know it. If the Frenchman ia successful ia his present researches, war, famine, drudgery and a number of other disagreeable things wiil disappear from the earth. He hopes to rccujn.sh ail these enJs by the synthetic production of human foodU. Simply and nntechnieally expressed, te synthetic production of food means the chemical buiiding up of the substances necessary to keep the human machine go ing. A beefsteak, let us say, consists or so many Moms of nitrogen, so many of albumen, so many of other elements. la- stead of devouring a beefsteak we may obtain an cpial amount of nourishment from a capsule containing in correct pro portion the chemical constituents of the meat. The hitter process is sorely the simpler and tetter. M. Bertheiot purposes supplying us with capsules not only to take the place on a of beefsteak, but alo to replace erery yi,t.y I thing else that we eat. The elements a."e Tibet ! aundant everywhere; all that remains to ue uuue is 10 comuiue taeiu. a his is mt task set for himself by M. Bertheiot, and he Is succeeding accoruiug to his own j account. If he does not reach the goal. his immediate successors surely will. M. Bertheiot holds that civilization de penls upon two principal factors food and motion. The latter will lie suppttvd by the invention in the near future of a practicable flying machine. The former j he modestly hopes to give the world in ? his synthetic manufacture of food ele , ments. When men are relieved of the necessity of working for their daily bread, the millennium will arrive, for then ao more occasion for wars will arise, and every one will follow his natural bout. Of course the new food will have to be manufactured at au exceedingly low price. , The reason M. Bertheiot has not yet i tart!ed the world with his synthetic food is that at the present age of chemical re MABTEILIN r.EKTHELOT. j - search bmlding up the food elements is a very expensive task. It hns already been done, and people have Iwen nourished by the new process with satisfactory results, hut the cost is prohihitivc. M. BertlnJot hopes before he lays down his workto attain the end of making food as euenp as nir is now. The raw material is abso lutely without cost. It is rendy at hand in t be stones ana soils ,of tue egxfji, Jn every object thnt can he decomposed into its chemical constituents. Of course a necessary attribute of the new food will he its lack of bulk. Enough of the substances necessary to sustin life for a week may he carried in one's pocket. The economic changes to tie wrought are-Ftupendoua arid almost defy the imagination. Among other tliiugs farming will be done away with, and cit ies will cease to exist. If M. Bertheiot is correct, life will be to the coming man a much easier affair than it has ever been. It must not he thought that M. Berthe iot either is an idle visionary or is at tempting to deceive the public. On the contrary, he is a scientist of the very highest standing and is frequently called the father of synthetic chemistry. He Is probably the leading chemist of France and has accomplished the tasks that seemed impossible when projected. M. Bertheiot has discovered a method of manufacturing synthetically oil that takes the place of the natural product at a much lower cost. He is the reputed discoverer of smokeless gunpowder. Many devices of a similar character have ema nated from the fertile brain of this sa vant, although he has not profited finan cially by them. It is said that he couid be one of the world s richest men if he wished. M. Bertheiot has no use for the world's goods, for his thoughts are wrap ped np in his laboratory. Pierre Eugene Marcellin Bertheiot. to give him his full name, is now i4 years old. lit is a native of Paris and resides at Meudon, near the city. Most of his life has been given to his retorts and test tubes. The French people, quick to ree- ogtiize genius, have heaped honors on him. He is a member of the Institute of France, one of the "forty immortals" of the French academy and a life senator of the Academy of Sciences. So high has been his position in the world of affairs that France has called on him to serve her in the council chamber. M. Berthe iot has been minister of public instruc tion and minister of foreign affairs. It will easily be understood that men of his age and eminence in science are not given to making idle predictions or boastful claims. FACTS IN FEW LINES Hypnotism is scientifically studied in some of the French medical colleges. At the Oerman universities there w?re last winter 34.3ia students, at th French :.1X1 studouts. The 31 Iseet sugar factories In this country now yield more than a third ol our domesf ic sngar product. A searchlight on the electric tower ol the Pan-American exposition at Boffa lo casts rays for a distance of 50 miles. For the first time for 1.000 years ar ordination service in St. David's cat he dral. Cardiff, has just been conducted in Welsh. A new Berlin municipal budget shows that 300 streets in Berlin art planted with 44,000 trees, which repre sent a value of $110.000. Cardiff has grown more quickly thar any other large British town of lat years- From 1SS1 to lStl its popula tion rose from 83.000 to 129.000. Canoe building is one of the Indus tries ? Kcnnebunkport. Me, whicfc used to build great ships and even now launches an occasional schooner. A runaway horse in Denver the othei day finished his flight by landing In. thf interior of a rapidly moving trolley car. w here he rode for nearly a block befor the vehicle could Ik stopped. By a law passed r-cently the most Incorrigible of the rateros. or pickpock cts; of the City cf Siexh-o are to ie pm to work ou the tolu--o fields in the In terior of Teh-wntcia-c. The number f arrests for drrmkpn ness In New Orb-aus. 5.i in a year, i. larger than in Iriiliimurv. although tl population of Baltimore is SiMOJ ami tliat of Orica us 'JviiM) ooIt- 1 Tli king of Italy received 8d.000 telegrams of congratulations ia the first day ur two. after the birth of his daughter. He also received 20,000 re quests for money in honor of the event. The total number of experiments on living animals in the Dnited Kingdom In H0 was 10.830. 2.370 more than in the previous year. It is stated that but few of these experiments were in any serious degree painful. The I-ondou Lancet declares tha "the prices asked for wine at big bo tels are so monstrously high and the wine offered is so often bad that this fact alone accounts for an Increasing demand for whisky as a dinner bever age." Milwaukee nas twice as many sa loons as Ietroit, though the population of the two cities Is almost exactly the same, but in Milwaukee, a teer drink lug citv. the no tuber of arrests foi drunkenness Is considerably less than in IMtrost. A strange sight was witnessed at Bologna re-cnt!y. A bellringer at a church was struck by a great bell and thrown violently through the window of the tower on to the roof some 0C feet below. He escajied with nothing more than a shock. Last year the markets of New Tork paid as revenue into the city treasury $2rs.OO from rents, exclusive of $48. 00O collected from stalls and privileges in Wailabout market. Brooklyn, and $3,000 from market cellar rents, a total of more thau ?:MX0. The committee of the Oerman Wo men's Oetieral association has decided to found in l.e;psic a library consist ing of books, no matter In what lan guage, written by or about women, and has issued an earnest appea for lit erary contributions for the execution of this purpose. It is nltie years since the Transsibe- rian railway was commenced, and 3.240 miles of rails have been laid, showing an average of 300 miles a year. The connection between Europe and Vladivostok is now assured by means of the steamship service In tht center of Siberia. A veritable "quick luncheon." It Is said, is to be had at a restaurant lu Paris, where a dinner of several courses composed of concentrated food in the form of tablets cau le consumed in a few minutes. The entire meal in deed can be carried about iu the vest pocket or pocket book. The Vermont custom of not banging a convVted murderer until two years after l lie passing of the death sentence upon him is founded uon the assmiip tion that any possible doubt ns to his guilt will be removed In that time, and all danger of putting an innocent man to deal ti is thus eliminated. A machine that nil. do the work of 30 esjM'rt mathematicians is In-ing con structed by the government iu its sci entitle instrument shop on Capitol bill iu Washington. It is to he an improve ment on the Instrument in use iu th hurcau of the coast survev which has charge of calculating the tides. It Is said that there were at least 200.000 mustangs scattered over he plains of Arizona, New Mexico and Texas ten years ago and that now nearly all of them are gone. A few were caught and kept by the Indians In their reservations, but the wild borse in his natural state is practically extinct. New York claims to tie the sunniest of the large cities. The Uiitd States weather bureau has c harts in light and shade showing from INTO to l."S!i5 how many ay tin v- Iweo minnr tu each part of the country. Although Arizona has sometimes attained a percentage ot SO and other parts the west have seen very clear 6kles. New York city follows closely with a mean percentage of 50. Manascripts of John Wvclifs trans lation of the Bible into English nre ot extreme rarity, and even iinicrfcct specimens occur only at very long and Irregular Intervals. One came up for sale in Ixmdon recently. Although in complete, wanting the greater jnirtion of tue Old Testament. It comprises the whole of the New Testament. The manuscript extends to '-'OH leaves and Is the work of an English scribe of about 14 Ut. A i itlsimi in cr tlnrcnin. "And thU room." said the landlady ol the penshi-re cottage t the Itrookiyiiife in search of quarters f r a fortnight "thb room yon can have at a reduction." "Y-e-s." he replied. "Is that l'canse it isn't t.i enongh to got tnv trunk into?" Oh. no." On account or the bed then?" "Not at a!!." "Then it's n!;nt they cail a midsummer barirain perhaps?" "Yes. sir, it is. I've Veen asking ?1 per week fur this room right along, but ip order to fill my house I'll let it go now for 111 .OS." Hrooklyn Citizen. lie Conldiit. Oh. Mr. Spooneigh, pray rise. It i not right that yon should kneel at my feet. Uise, I beg of you!" implored the fair lady. Rut he didn't rise. His Irish did, thouch, and he replied solemnly: 'I'm afraid cr Miss (.race I'm afraid I'm kneeling on your er that is. you dropped your chewing gum. and. oh. Miss Grace, I'm stuck on you!" Denver A FALSE FACE. When dyspepsia fastens on a man it changes his feelings and it changes his looks. He frowns now instead of smil ing. His expression is harsh instead of kindly. He is wearing: a false face a face which doea injustice to the real nobility of his nature. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach and allied organs of diges tion and nutrition, and the record of the cure is written both in the face and the feelings of the person cured. "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a stimulant or temporary tonic It cures the diseases that are 'the cause of ill health and builds tip the body with sound flesh. Accept no substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery." The sole motive for substitution is to enable the dealer to make the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicines. Last spring, early, I wrote yon my feelings nd condition . says Mr. A. J. Vanderwater, of B-3 West Division Street. Chicago. Ill-, "and yon mdTtsed me to take Dr. eierce's Golden Medical Ilsoo-rrrv. and then write bow I felt. I am happy to any I am (rettiti? to feel fine. In aU I have taken six bottiea of the Inxwr-ry ' and fox or frnr -rial of the little Pellets. They have done ine worlds of frood. AH my fHends "y; Vanderwater, how well yoa arc locking " The medicines hire made the great change in ne : from the slow mope of a man that could hardly crawl, tired and sick ail the time, could do no work, to a man who can work. ii-p. eat, and feel fine, and that tired fcehsg an gone way- I am my thackfnl that I wrote to Ir. Pierce. Hia 'GcMea Medical Iisctrr-TT ' and hia- little liver Pellets' have almost made a new man of mt I feel yoang as I did at thirty years. Dr. Pferce'a Pleasant Pellets cleans the dogged bowels. VERY ANNOYING. This Hardly Expresses Wha Richmond People Say of It. Any itchiness of the skin is annoy mr. Little damage in itching skin di eases, IJut thev make vou miserable. Ioan's Ointment is a never failing cure For piles, eczema, all itching trou bles. Richmond citizens endorse it. Mrs. Henry lianks of 1120 Fort Wayne, avenue, savs: Doan's Oint ment is a splendid remedy, the ties 1 ever used and 1 can re eouimend i wherever a soothing and healing preparation is required. I was trou bled for years wit h hemorrhoids id very severe form, and although tried a f'nt'at many different remedies 1 never obtained the least relief from them until Doan's Ointment was reo ommended and I srot a box at A L-uken s tirui store. A lew applica tions relieved the irritation. 1 be neve loan s tnutment will cure any case where its use is indicated. For sale by all dealers. Price fOc. Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, N. Y. sole atrents for the United States. Hemeimwr the name Doan's anc take no other. EDUCATE T0UH BOWELS CA&CARETS. I TH Canoy Cathartic, cure consternation iorever. too 2.Vj. It U.U.U. fail. drur gists refund money AKRON ROUTE CHANGES. Important to Chautauqua Lake and Pan-American Exposition Visitors. lerinninir with Sunday. Aumist 4th, the through time through ser vice over the Akron route to Chau tauqua lake and Buffalo shows an important chancre ihe liuffalo express becomes the Chautauqua Lake express, leaving Kichinond at o:lo a, m.. and runs nly to Jamertown, reacbintr that point at 10:30 p. m. This train Las coaches and sleeping ears to Colum bus; parlor cur and -couches Cincin nati to Akron and Akron to James town, (Chautauqua lake). The sleep- ng ear heretofore running from Cincinnati to JJutTalo on this train s taken hy the Exposition express. leaving Richmond at 8:53 p. m., ar riving Chautauqua lake about 11 a. ra., Buffalo ot 1:35 p. in. The Kx ixisition express also has sleeping ears and coaches to Columbus, and coach service Columbus to Akron and Akron to Buffalo daily. The 1 'an-Amcric.au express leaving Richmond at 4.50- p. rn., continues wit h same service as heretofore, viz: SU epUiif cars and coaches to Colum bus, and sleeping car and first class coach from Nashville through Buiis vine, Cincinnati and Columbus to liuffalo, running as a solid train from Colurubns to Chautauqua Lake au1 the I'an-American E(osition, reaching Chautauqua about (i a. in., Buffalo JS:15 a. m. . Ij-w fares to Chautauqua Ijake arul Buffalo over The Akron Route are in effect every day. Reduced rate tick ets to Niagara Fails and Canadian resorts with stop over at Chautauoua -Luke and the I'an-American can lie obtained daily via this route, over which tickets to New York with stop-over privilege at Buffalo may also be secured. Full particular will be furnished upon application to local ticket agents or to VV. VV. Rich ardtsou, D. I. Agt , Indiauapo!is,lnd CASTOR.IA. Bears the Signature of The Kind Yob Ham Atware Bought Genuine stamped C C C Never told In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "somcthtntf just as cood." If day could be nitrht and nitjht could be day; if smiles couid be tears and tears could be smiles, something might do you as much god asBoely Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bough' Bears the nruture o FARES TO BUFFALO Over the Akron Route for Pan-American Exposition. Excursion tickets to Buffalo over the Akron Route via Chautauqua Lake for the Pan-American Exsmsi tion aro now on s ile at ticket ofiioe of the Pennsylvania Lines and cn necting railwavs. Fars from Kichmond, Ind., are is s follows: Tickets good returning ten daj's, 112.65. Tickets good returning fifteen days, 115.55. S ason tickets with return limit until October 31st, $H. Special coach excursion ticket?, srood leaving Buffalo up to midnight of Thursday follow ing date of sa'e miv be obtained on Tuesdavs at 3 20. Tourist tickets at special fares may also be obtained for trips to re sort in Canada. All tickets to Can ada and eastern po;nt, including Ne jv York, will be &roud for stop-over at the Pan-Handle Exposition on pavment of $1 extra at Buffalo. Stop-overs at Chautauqua L-ike will be allowed on all tickets to Buf falo and eastern points, without ex tra cost. For schedules whosring convenient through passenger service to Buffalo and othr information,, please apply to C W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Iiicu mood, lnd. An English association regarding woman's happiness has offered a re ward of $500 for a greater blessing to woman than Rock y Mountain Tea. Sensible move. Ask your druggist. 7 CAN Dr CATHARTIC . FOUND AT LAST A rmdy put dp ia lisr form and as plaaa. ant to tak as its hum would impjjr and poak tiv enra for Caaattpatioai, wheUior obstinat o oeeaaiooat. alo Sick H nit In .Sallaw CsMptai i fcMt, Jaundiced Even, OMewstv Breath. TarpM and Slmrx Liver and BlUonaw . C. E. Carter's Laiativt Choc.laUs will poaitiTelj euro any of tb a bora eondiUona. Itia ptauant Ut tli tat od a purely mmtahla laxativ with bo bad afw-ffecta, nor pain, nor pripine. It is esMiti.-l!jr noeassary to ircnd health that Uw liver and Bownla bo kept in a eisan. nrul.tr and hoalthy condition, and 4 ter'a Laxatlva Cttacoiataa will aid nature in tha proper didch&ree of hr dutioa, and prevent any mora serious complications which atutht arise from lack of attontioru It ia invaluable rot Children and very delicate Women, and has no natttseoas or objectionable taste. PRICE, 25 AND 60 CENTS. The SV. box erataina two and one-balf timet the quantity of tlte -ic. sice. C. E. CARTER A CO- 71 W. lackaaa St.. CHICAGO Trade supplied by A. CJ. Luken & Co , wholesale druiruisto. C2S and KU) Mam street, Kichmond, lnd.. and Charles I. Magaw, druggist, 201 Ft. ay no Avenue, liichmoud, Ind, BEAUTY, M DONQUEROH BELLAVITA vrseutc flit T.MMa (,.! TH11. a it-orvterv .s tfc? fci(na ol .ou'li (e faded lace r in.Mr. ,,-,1 ,.. ar itym ft uu. Iy ma' Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Main street, and Cur me & Co., 415 north eighth street, Kichmond Don't Be Fooled. Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison McdN cine Co., Madison, Wis. It fcerrs yen well. Our trade mark cut en each package. iice, 35 cents. Never sold tn bulk. Accept no ubti" ooBreaTo tute. ask your aruggtau A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. WeKtcott lllock. OUK is equipped witb t kITTVlsIC-- everything m-cessar- " ,C to do satisfactory a PLANT Customers need liavt no .tesitation in send ing tlit-ir nio-'t treasure! pieces. Tliey will Ik handled tenderly ami returned in erfect condition. Uicliuioiitl .Steam Iatmelry iias In-coine celclratel through the fine quality of its work. Kverything is done right. A pxrtal card will bring messenger. O. W. WALTERS Prep. 918 MAIN. Phana B. S.K, MORGAN , TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate, Information. Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work ... apltcito jtyah'jui a yoa pay ren O. B. MORGAN Prscticad Plumber and Gas Fitter, 8th and N. K Sta.. Richmond. Ind. II. H. Me EUiiOFF SANITARY" Steam and Hot vVa-.er Heating s e v e n Ad e. ;etc ee us for Estimates. IMiofiP) 4. t H Ninth THE AKRON ROUTE vsga-j sfssm"; t utax TOBOWTO TWO DAILY TRAINS Om WMIOM Pi,C'twawl'atl BtAV Wawsrs rai ruAirrAiiniiA 1 atif r CamSrvl. f BUFFALO inrxrf vMMamm oa neeocee rarea vot( (.-'X, at ttL'sJr HlAfiARA FALLS. fas mB tfce a etrfa rmasm. iaeaoiaf am. "C... mm. ""VAT. . i-OuisviLLE LOOK AT THE MAP.' E. B. GPSVMDR, H.B. Physician and Surgeon, 24 Nafta 11th Strwatt. Modern equipment for the treatroent of diseases ot the Bye, Ear, Noae and Throat, acute and chronic. Scientific fitting of glasses. fM3 m Pennsylvania Linoo TISIKTAOL.E. la Effect Sunday, June 30, Trafcaa rma by antral staaxtard Ui 1901. 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A Pctwkry Ka j:in sa i:eia trand Rspkls A Mack aiau.w..ia 50 p sa . oa a NonalamMl Kmawaas , , ,. aoapsa lata Uaily. AH etker traku daU aaosM is J. A. Goraaoa, Statiaa Maatas. C W. Klaaer. Ticket Ageaa. Cincinnati. Richmond & Muncle R. R. Pasaaagar SaaaslaU la Ertaot Man .a. Augaat 12, INI. KASTItOUND. e . 4 K S IATIONS it-" at JJOIW 4 ue pm 5 io pm J jupm o ou pns 6 55 I'm 7 J" Swim J OO p.M 9 40 pm a" e " . aS 3 10 pm 3e 4 uu Ma 4 3 4 ao pm 4 35 lm 4 SS tm 5 so pm 5 4" IB O a L Kowlerton B 5s asm 1 ss pm 1 s pm a ij pa a sit pm a ao (tu l.astua 7 ,5 am Muucte ...... j 45 am Mcalurd .... y 5S mia ikutit3villc t tu am . 3 so a nt Kcunomy 8 a am a su m j 10 m 5 5 I'm 3 Si lm V illiamb'rg 8 57 mat K 1. himxiti .. a ju am W Me " lrulcy " W.ti, I 4 18 pm 4 au pin 4 35 pm fi os pm r Kitchcll 10 03 am CYge Orovisie 15 am fc 1 1 pm iu eo pe 6 S Pi 10 3U pm . Han 1 It' 11 via V H & U to 57 am Cincinnati ..i 35 am S ao pm 0 00 pm 7 00 pat 7 4S pm WfcSllSOUNU. m 3 e'S 5 A t STATIONS e it o a 6 fa v cin'ti via C H A 1 ...... 8 30 am Hamilton . y 10 am 3 30 pm 4 S pm 5 00 pin I 11 pm 5 ao pm 7 JO P 8 10 pm 8 50 pm o oa pm 9 10 pm 8 30 pm 9 35 pm C'l'ge Grave 9 50 am 3 30 am . SS am 4 to am F 4 40 am 5 00 am 5 5S am 6 as am 7 00 am 7 as am 7 $ am o wi am a ss am tu 30 pm mm ne ...... iu 3 am Wiit.... f lUiluii ...10 1 3 am I N-uley ..... .. Wollc S. Rt..-hino,tl 10 10 am S 40 pm Kk'huumil -tu 35 am 5 45 pm iUiaiu-.l tt 08 am i-A. iMtoiny 1 1 23 am lAksamville . 11 45 am liUnmtviiie..ii 55 am MtftittKril ...... it 07 put M uncus 1 j au pm (HstunM ... i. 50 pm Fowlcrton - I 10 put 6 ttt pm 10 00 pm 33 pm 10 j pm 6 SS pm o as pm 7 05 m 10 55 pm 7 7 pm m 07 pm 7 311 pin 1 1 so pm 8 00 put 1 1 5 am 8 ao pm 1 J to am F Stop fo Passengers. W. I. ALLKN, Oeueral Manager. JOHN J. AKCHKR. tn. Pass. Agt. Richmond and Dayton Leave Rk'hmonii mPC'CA Ht I. Ky Vit t 0:10 am 4:10 pm Leave Kh4ob via Ihtyuiu A Western Trantiou V,a . ...... V(a am 4:41) pm Arrive l)tnn. ............ 11 :U0 mo A:Ut pm RBTDHSISQ, lave Tyon via Itaytnn A We " jr-T! -t era Traction Co . it.ot) mm l(KS) am 6.00 pm U IM1 pm Leave Ratou via P O C 81 L Ky Co 10. J8 am 12 noon 0:47 imm lti.W om Arrive Kiclimoml 71a I O O A Si L. Ky Uu lihfto am 12:i pn. 7.MJ pin 11. UU pm aaras er rail. Konn.l trip, Kichmonil aoi KtkUta, via P. O. C. st.Ky M Kotimi trip, ltt4u au4 IniyUm. vtn 1. 01 W. ITHC-Ltoa Co ........... .7a Round trip, KichmoDd and Dayton $1 tS Cincinnati Northern R. R. Trains pass Wst Manchester daily uctpt SwUvds S follows ; Nwf-tb BatMHtl. Swarth Bwaasl. No. 3 ..........9:05 a ss No. t...... .. :iupsa No. a.. No. 4 -.10:30 a as .. :sa pas Nos. i and 4 run only between Cincinnati and Vaa Wert. iM oa. 1 and run thrmgh betwe Ctnctoaatl and Jackaoe. T. O. 1 ftahiawlar, B. I... Tocaixo. U. FIRE Ale ABM BOXES. rittST DISTRICT. South of Main, West of Seventh Street 12, 1 ir t and south C, Piano factory, 13, Second and south B 14, Fourth and south D . Id, Fifth and south B 1, Fifth and south 11 1!, Seventh and south C EBOMO DISTRICT. South of Main, between 7th and 11th ats" 21, Eighth and Main 23 Eighth and south El 21, Seventh and south G 25, Ninth and south A i, T?nth and south C 27, Eleventh and Main ZH, Eleventh and south J :third district. -outh of Main, East of Eleventh Stree Twelfth and south B Twelfth and south K Fourteenth and Main" 45, Fourteenth and south C Eigbteentli and south A Twentieth and Main FOURTH DISTRICT. Horth of Main, West of loth at. to River , 141, Third and Main, Robinson's shop. Ja2, Third and north C 43, City ButMjng, Fire Headquarters 45, Gaar, Scott & Co 4, No. 1 hone house, north 8th street 47, Champion Mills i Tenth and north X FIFTH DISTRICT. , West Richmond and Sevastopol. S. Wet Third anil Chestnut 61, West Third and National road 62, West Third and Kinseyj 63, West Third and Richmond avrnua 64, Earlham College 66, State and Bover 66, Grant and Radge 67, Hunt and Maple 68, Grant and Sheridan bit. Bridge avenue. Paper Mill SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D Street, Bast o T-T.th Stre 5L, Railroad Shops 62, Hutton s Cohin Factory 83, Hooeier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Works 66, Richmond Citv Mill Works m, Westcott Carriage Co 67, Thirteenth and north II tSCVCRTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North Data. E of lOtb T, Ninth and north A 71, Eleventh and north B 72, Fourteenth and north C 73, No. S hose house, east end 74, Eighteenth and north C 76, Twenty-second and north StCCIAL -SIOHALS' t-2-it Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire out tV-t-t Fire IS Fire pressure oil no-10-10 Natural gas off It) NAtmrml raa os - i' -: