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TtlCIIMOND DAI LV PALLADIUM, riUDAY. SKPTCM 20, 1901.
Uncle Sam's Mail Service requires physical and menfj ability of a high decree to withstand its hard labors. The high tension to which the nervous system is constantly subjected, has a depressing ef fect, and soon headache, back ache, neuralgia, rheumatism, sciatica, etc., develop in severe form. Such was the case of Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhart, of Huntsville, Ala., he says: "An attack of pneumonia left me wi'h muscular rheumatism, headache, and jiams th?t seemed to be ail over me. I was scarcely able to move for about a month when I decided to give ?,;, Pain Pills and Nerve Plasters a trial. In three days I was again on mv route and in two weeks 1 was free from pain and earning jn flesh and strength.'' Sold by all Druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. BEST FOR THE BOWELS If roxi bTn't v retrular. healthy moremnt of th bowel every ly, y..u'r" lit tr will yout how o)i'n,anitbe well. Force, In lh shfte f vio lent p.i.c or lull iHis-ni( rt anu toiji Th 'noot h coi. t-nsit. mont .erfiM t way of havpin liie Oowela Clear and clean U to take CATHARTIC EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Fleajunt. ralntable. Potent. Taste Hood. Tn Irood Never Sieki'ii, Weaken, or Orlpe. 10. ', and SO cent f;rr bo. Write tor free nauiple, and booklet t fl lealth. Aflitre.9 .a BTtRLlMl KklfllT fOP4NT. CHIl I' ll a' MW YOKI. KEEP YOUR BLfiOn CLEAN Pakron route; VMPalla "EKMSYlViNIA t-lit LINES. j TOSO!'i O TWO DAILY TRAINS OH WHfCM PABSCNOCKS MAY OO THROUOH TO -si . : BUFFALO! CHAUTAUQUA LAKE 'ri.. .. t.J BUFFALO M 'l-. till Z WITHOUT CHAOIWO OA". Slop- Or.-, e0tJ. ...... Now in Eflact. yTn"i'S' LAKE lDlA tApZ:1". BUFFALO, "a,. . -'s &r Nisr. K'URARA FtLLS, On alltu'kts to F-is?ra P.MUts, 5n.- Set . M : fr m JIS ''-'UlSVILLt lrtfstAwot.s.1 no. LOOK AT THE MAP.' H.H.Meerhoff SANITARY Steam and Hot Water Heating: SEWERAGE, ETC See XLS for Estimates. Phone 4G. 9 8 Ninth S.K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate, Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work . . . A pi-ic ; to buy a hnie as you pay ren O. B. MORGAN- Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter, 8t and N. K St.. Richmond. Ind A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. Westcott Klock. FASH.ONSFOR MEN Y.mny Sew Style. In XftkHHr-.g-liam l or 1 all. WoEt-a wU do she, pliijj for their husbands from time to time will find an attractive varitty In the lire of neck wear. Greeu. according to the New York Tribune, is t'.ie color par excel lence for fashionable neckwear this feasor). There Las been a prejudice against it iu the past, but this has evi dently disappeared, to Judge from the numberless shades and combinations iu which it figures. Iiusslan green is the newest shade. This combines well with oiiier colors, being bright, yet not startling. One sees such odd faieies as olive color used with navy blue or hunter's green and navy and myrtle with purple. The turndown collars are somewhat lower now than formerly and have more space for the tie: hence larger ecari's are admissible than have been commonly worn, l.atwinss are to be iH.'pular. and the ends are frequently embroidered. These is almost as u:uch room for distinctive taste in selecting men's hose as iu women's these days. nibbed silk half hose wilii ho e open work bef.veen the ribs are much in favor. Iaisy blossoms of the tiniest kind embroid ered on silk Lose in white, red or gold are really strikingly pretty. Then there are stripiicis. horizontal or ver tical, in lisles and cashmeres and quiet toned embroidered effects. Klack mil:" hose, perfectly plain. :.re chosen by many men for lounging wear with low slippers. The golf gloves are usually made of gray or white buckskin, with tan points arranged ornamentally on the back and tan dog or deer skin In the palms for greater durability. Out- large horn button clones the glove on the up per part of the wri-t. and there are boles on the knuckles, so that freedom of action is secured for the hand iu playing. The latest thing in colored shirts is a pale yellow or corn color ground, with either blac k or white stripes run ning up and down. Five plaits are often made mi each side of the center of the bosom. The full negligees in clude lightweight cheviots, with fancy stiff bosoms. I'laitlngs are much in evidence, both box ami side plaits be ing equally stylish. Polka dots are as popular with some men as the stripes are with others. Much Ingenuity has been displayed by the different shitt niakers in having their plaitings har monize perfectly with the pattern of the gootis. HOW ARE YOUR KIDNEYS ? Dr. Hobbs' -Sparayus pills cure all , kidney ills. Sample free. Add. Ster I intf Remedy Co ; The Reidstou Dairy ' Elas chonired its base frcm Ilussons ; and is now supplying its customers direct frfm wat'on, which is de livered at the residences cf its pa- i trotis. IVe deliver riCi:e but niorn inps milk fresh from the cows which ; does not sour, as milk which is kept over niyht and delivered the follow ing morniLjj. Ye are prepared to deliver any quantity of milk in any part of the city, at d can furnish dealers in pure milk to supply their customers at urices that will leave thtm a protit for handling. Orders left with Doupan & Co., nboi.e lo'; Cleorre L. Douoan, phone 'Ml: lieidston Farm, phone- !'4; T. F. MeDonr ell's drr.r store: Richmond Cream Co., phone lli-S, will receive prompt attention. julyl0d3m Reipsto.v Dairy. Bears the Kignatore of It.i Kind You Have A;3vs Bocry ; Indiana State Fair Excursions to Indl ; anapolis. j Excursion tickets to IndianapoliF, account the state fair, will fce solu yia IVrnsylvaaia lines September j lfl'h to 20:h. inclusive, from ticket (Stations in Indiara. Return limit will include September 23d, 1901. For information about fares and j trains apply to nearest ticket agent j of the Pennsylvania lines. : EDUCATE YOUR 30WEL9 AflTrl CASCARETS. Canov Cathartic, cure constipation i forever." ltc 25c. If C.C.C. fail, drug gists refund monev ; SSAUTY, M CONOOEHOh BELLA VITA Vrsuli flfcatv Tablet and Ptli i-c- i.f tMi tr-.rar tt? :ra-T-. ;j ;t!-n." t , ii-. ri.rs R.istc-t, inr S-ocm oi .iu-h tt 'fc! ac- ;' -1-.v irjtm.t "V- i?. iViX'. ir. .' . .foir, afDH.4.t C-'. i .'.hc" .m Jsa.. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Maic street, ar.d Curme S Co., 415 nort' i eiirfcth street, RichmuDd I - ;"i-; alwavs ruts a heavv VjSr strain on a harness. XFK ccmes tte safety of 'yf',-r-fc your bones, perhaps iryj your life, deptrds on -tte strergth cf your harness With good harness you can always be cor.ndciit of regaining control of your horse. Our harness is always re liable. I lie Wiggins Co. 5C9 Main St. CASTOTt T A PRCpr fjj. Atl A RlJ H I ST S . Manual of Assassination Found Upca Czolgcsz. WOEK OF THE FE.EE SOCIETY. full lnttrirlloni f.lva mm to Mrih otla to Ur f.mplojrd by Mm Srlrcl ed to MorUer Ralrn or Othrr Ob Jrctlonablr I'rraona I te of Ioion ob Weapons Adviaed. Czolgcsz. the president's assailant, carried with him the creed of the an archist society to which he belongs aud a pamphlet detailing advice for suc cessful assassination i.ued by an or ganization whose avowed purpose Is murder, says the New York Herald's special corres-poudent at Buffalo. These Lae been found by the police and are printed in full below. They comprise two of the most cruel documents ever issued by civilized beings. In full detail and with marvelous cunning such recruits as Czolgosz were initiated thus into the mysteries of the order and the successful accompiish nients of its ends. A manual purports to give some in struction for assassins. It is construct- ABRAHAM ISAAK. IPui'iis!ier of Kre Socifty. Oil in so cunnixii? a manner that a man like Ozolfrosz must purely have hevn I mi f k'tl with a desire to follow out its directions. This manual Is the work of the Free society, of which the anarchists new under arrest in Chicago are said to comprise many of the members of the executive cum it. it tee. It is tiie most sensational proof ()f the existence of a 1'lot yet discovered. A copy cf it is as follows: W? hnt y tur.'I cursives t'.thcr to advocate and woi k for t re ijeirut t ion of xhe exis-: in so cial rnif-r. viltij i.-i 3.v-5 an? inst it aliens, art, the c nin:; n 'iwK,n cf pr, t.rty. We h- id it to tt? st'.f t i iiitt ti.at the 'Vi ti.nit iit. the iaw. t!.e Schools, tie churches anJ the j-ress are in the pay and unii.t the control of the capitalists and v'Al nevtr c n-r:t to the laborers' demands unles ct nipt-IIeii by (.-r. e. M ? rr.aint tin tli.it all property owned by Cor fu ration and ,r. !ii iuals shuM be destroyed and ai capital whit h has Uen produced by labor $h ui l he trarufi rr d into xmi:non pr.-pcrty. f r it is only v!u-n -npita is made common and in dn :si! le thut ah an be made to partake fully and freely tf the fruits t f common activity. On by by t:,t imrv.ibi:ity tf aciniirinjr individual capi tal cctn eu r r:ie be c-mpt lied to w rk who claims a nl.t tv live. As in former times, no f ti ilt ire irt the cla ever relimjuiheJ Us tyran ny. No more i-n we take it for granied that the capitalists cf the- present day wi.l forego their pi : vilegt 3 ai;u l heir authority w itiiout compui- It is there f re self evident that the flht of the proletariat avamst the upjier and the mid-lie cia.-ses niust be of a violent character and that mr wage conrluts can never If ad to the goal. We shew by numerous illustrations that all at tempts which have been made in the past to do away with existing monstrous social systems . ti.ruuch peaceful means for example, the ballot ; box have been utterly useless snd will be so in : the future. We know, therefore, thst the ruling ciafs will not voluntarily relinquish the prerogs- ; tires and will make 110 concessions to us. . Under all these circumstances there la only one remedy left force. I Cmr platform is simple and divided as follows: ! First. Destruction cf existing; class domination thrcmrh inexorable revolution and international activity. I Second. The building of a free society on com- . muni stic organizations or productions. j Third. Free exchange of equivalent products ; through the productive organisation, without job- ! bing and prof. t making;. j Fourth. Orsanization of the educational lys- j tem upon nonreligious lines and on an equal ! bais for both sexes Fifth. Equal rights for all without distinction of sex or rat-e. Sixth. The retrjistion of public affairs through agreements s-etween the independent corrmunts and confederacies. Leon Czolgosz now asserts that he belongs to the International Arbeiter Zeituns association, which is divided into eighty groups of anarchists. It is ruled by a central committee, located in Chicago, of which the members are eaid to be Abraham Isaak. Michael Rose, Alfred Schneider, Henry Xre vagUo and Morris Fox. Indirectly the Free society is connect ed with the Arbeiter Zeltung associa tion. The Free society has issued large quantities of printed material, a key to which is now in the possession of the police oi Buffalo and Chicago. Phys ical force is the doctrine that is at all times taught. Opposition to society ujs it now cxUts !s the watchword. S.e cial stress is laid upon success. Among the belongings of Czolgosz was found a manual of instructions for the successful execution of anarchical assassinations by knife or buUet. to gether with complete details or plans and a method of supplying the assassin with funds. Roles for his conduct un der all circumstances are suppiVd. The words mnrder and "assassination" are not used, but for them is substi tuted "event and "action." The manual cc-n rains the following: There ... tr.r per-.cds its any ever:: ii The p-ioi ct ft for the action; ( tfc rrcaject cf The actic i4,f; (3) trie pernio of tin m !i;ca loaoirs t r.e Cired. It is si!y c :r.f j-: r.n.S to e-r.-r-i? t Jt tzt Zer ct disccrer; is the greater the It-re ; 1 r rf r t-e tr --p Yt li'H WJ.r'T! a "t.i i- .( le . X.'U. in the r....l ':i . e t..e J ? of ' a. vi;o tK n ' V. : . ;tfj : l-e : r. ! t : tXei-Jte tr r.. a. .:, 1-i.m cat tei redu;;t-ii af tv".uu;y tia ' a.t" i a - a f ! lv '.f. f I t.:, r sr. i i'-ile n-.T one ;n tte r: -jae. But if tLat n n h:m k-v k with the grra't t care f . r j .it as ftiiuws aa he must abscbjlelv haw Ci &i.re, uv les. ht there be no discussion of the ded pro tips, f r ucltss detaies deve-p. a:-i the 0an:e &f c:oery is enr.ancrd. Let tne cvrai- cr ccmralrs ubsere perf.t Silence, if there t a:i talk, thm the i.'iinic u at trie huii upv n a ittt t-til. and it would st.cn reach the ears ot "the me n ho h-a r the g ra - s pre w a n J t he t! i ccuh- "Ia.s the srletti-d ran p sfS tta r well as heart?" 'H-is the KmsatQ of the plan ten pertw ted "Is u.e nanner cf (in uui n ciear5 un J. rs-tooi ?" Thte ai:weed in the a: fiir.:ative, then tct a(.tin' foil- witti lae greie-t pciiible sniftness. Let thtre t-e nc delay, t r now ycu move witi.ir the sccje cf the nrJt!it cuz.r. f r you ma be detected; you may have ccn.mitttd treav u or t i.pifatt y and may te apprthen ft i btf-re -u lave an p;. rtumty cf r;jp;n the precious l;u!t cf ytur utr?ia:n, S.-1, let us rvp-at, hn tucs: pi"i::'s arc titled strike without d.jy. Aa to aet;cn. as to the sei:e vf action, seUet p e rsor. u i ! y t : . a : f c i : . t t, f vnr.t.:;? i .! h (em to a''M-;uitly insure surce. een th.ruh some cixo rade mt necessari-y sacrifio: Lims if. SiKitse. success, suote. n:ut be the conrrant watc L w; rd, for there ia not hi like t he sucv e cf an a.t ion to inspire an irr.puUe fvr a new deed. l,.o grut care, thir.f re, cannot be exer cised in t:.e xumIkt cf selecting the scene of ac tion. If a faiice is neieir, let the comrade rrrrmber that his death is a martyrdom to the cause and bis ra mory will t t !;erished as a pctriot. Life at its best is cVeting and full cf tto t try. hat comrade wot; Id hesitate to ri e away his breath for such a icnou moment? ttut valiant cGnirabs must net sacrifice themselves needlessly, reik;e?s!y or focIihly, so it is im pel stive that ail deeds should be d-.ne sn. iy . v. her.ev.r ptactuable or if not by as few a num ber a. pussiMe. Owmj to the failure cf a number of "action the idea is hereby ?ucres"ed of poisonn! weapons intended to be used Tr assault. The beat su?- 1 jftted is curare, t'T it is absolutely fatal, wheth- er a.;mi:iisterud through the agency of a kn;.e or a buileL It is, however, very hih priced. Ver- diifris is (juite effect ie and inexpensive Ail ; persona mut be prepared imnu uiate.y bef-re -! using or thty lose their effectiveness and became innocuous. ShouJd a comrade desire to address an associate : in writing use a fictitious address, which siu-ud be frequently changed. Never mention the true name of a confederate, let alone write it. Never maae a communication of a fact whit h Is not necessary for your associate to know. Cipher letters cr meafcres are not desirable. ' Cipher is a suspicious method of communication ; ar.d ia very liable to detection. Thre are several ; kinds of invisible inks (recipes are here given) which can be read when held before a bright ; light, but these are so common that the police kT.ow them and generally apply ail known tMs ; to any suspicious lookina: blank paper. Whtn ; communications are written in invisible ink. ue ; the margin of a complete new spa p r, which may ; not arouse suspicion. If a communication of any : kind is received, destroy it at once completely by fire. Never retain anything which may bad to detec tion cf any kind. This rule applies especially to any enterprise directed against repvewnratives of obnoxious ii,?ituticr.s or hg-ilative cffHiak. A deed should never be ta.ked aovat, but silent ly pursued. Avoid trie ociety of all s'lspctf J persons, re nu int t rintjE that thse w ho are not with you are ag-iiist you. A:tcr a fi -cd is deined make nc nw friend. In t!;e event of a.r.st self cctnp- iure in a nest is absolute1 v ef-entiai. Only ft lien arrr-fi cjn be successfully resisted sboulo thtr-- be any attempt at it n.ade. If the authorities who a r re s t y a re of small r-tvl c-li!r 2nd a e in the daik, atmjf iiurcly upo-n su-pu :-:r.. suhmit 'piie'ly. In at: n by a ;u ze admit n-'tldnc except what jou know the a at her: !i"5 can posi tively pn ive apamst yea, always havsnj in mind your aht i rr whatever dtfense i pn j-sed. W'hi'n all means of defense are exhausted, then lot the pr:s- -ner deft-nd his deed f -m the view point of true anarchy ar.d convert t:;e defondant's t-tat into a speaker's stand. Keep up hope as lure as posszl le, but when you sre irred-?en;abiy b;?t ue ; jt respite f.r tri.- prcpaiiiti n 01 yuur principles .ird me t y.ur I uni?! iiitiit. whether d-.it'i or inipr.-. nrntrit, w:th tii? ur.raltet ii";?; ralirrit-s :i a patn-. Fun .Is wid be furr tshed. Perm ant nt. j ;.V lic ico;s cf tofiirades will be farmed :rm t iiji.- to tine. Tr.ere arc many now in exisnre to sc-re a cover fr the active workers in t;.e oiu-t. 1 iise pt rtnatitr.t groups are the s -urcf-s frrm whic h the nee sary p-cur.iary n;e..:is are dr?.vn f-.'r the C' ntmuance of our pledge J. inexorable activity. Comrades encased in act ion wiil be liberally supplied with funds for all occasions. Frcm thee pjn- an-nt jr roups a tive, tested men wili be re- ; cruited for the cause, as excellent cpp&rtunify is : afforded to study the devotion and stability of members herein. GENERAL BOOTH'S VISIT. Salvation Army's Head Will Tonr : the Cnited States. j Arrangements are fast being com- ; pleted for the coming visit to America ' of General William Booth, founder and ; -commander la chief of the Salvation ; Army, who Is expected to reach New ; York Sept, 28, when there will be a i great reception in the harbor, says the i New York Times. GeDeral Booth will j remain In New York city until Oct. 5. ; during which time there will be great j meetings In Carnegie Music hall and ' the Academy of Music and a general ! conference of field officers of the east. of whom 1.0O0 are expected to attend from the central. New England, At lantic coast and western New York provinces. General Booth will then start on a tour of the United States, extending to the Pacific coast, returning to New York during the first week in February and sailing for Europe on the Sth of that month. French Xsyt'i Latest Battlpahtp. A new battleship, wbieb will bi-ar the nauio of Oa ratrk-. Is about to lail down at I.a Syn? yards. Tin- vvs svl will have a disnlactnitut of 14.S70 tons, making it the largost stfp in the French navy. The titue allowed fur construction is four years and two muEths- lloapltal Roof Gardens. At a tneetius of physicians at Tren ton. N. J., a novel suggestion made by Dr. Adams, says the New Vorfc Trib tine, was that the roofs of hospitals might be utilized for open air hospitals for carinsr for diseases which, like coo sumption, require such treatment. A otcI lniintry. Collectors of butterfiies in America will be interested to know that there are persons in Europe who are now makins an excellent living by sell:? artificial butterflies. This is a new ia d us try. tiunr. WORK FOK uxCLt b AM, Women Who ire I". tt ;i l e.l In the Department at ah i nii . "Neariy e i ry visy 's uure it lts fa-rotiu- fur - or u ire tyj..-s of s wom en." said a V;ihu:j;!i ii giobv tr ttt r to a tar t:;au. "aiid tUc t-ap'.tal luut ut t-e osclutl J tc.ttu the lit. "In the stores it is rare to see women en;ploytes with 'ray hair or past tui.1 tlle a are. TLty are mostly young giiis. Iu the departnieuts probably 35 per cent of the female employees are j;-.t middle age. and UT per ct-at are over fifty yar of age. There are hundreds of women in the departments over sev enty years of age earning from to S1.4'i and l.'k'i a year. In no other tU-M of lalK.r are pos;tit:is paying such very high salaries ojhh to women ct seventy grandmothers, iu fact. According to some late figures com piled by the Cnited States civil service couitnisson. s.itne extretutly interest ing analysts, cotnparisotis and deduc tions may ! drawn. Of llnse S.m salaried queens near ly one in every eight receives Sl.i'iK't a year and o i-r, or. to be exact. '.; draw sala ries ranging from J1.k to SI.m.".' a year. thrt- i.idies sailing around the top notch of salaries paid by the gov ernment for clerk hire getting .lj a year. In no other employment fvr wo men on a salary are from Sl'AlM to $34.01 a week paid to one out of eight of the wage earners. Of this special class 3m receive $1,000 a year, 4.".0 re ceive $l."J!. receive $1.4i and T.u receive $1.ki per annum. The reiuain ing T.loO draw from tfotW to '.mj per annum. In the bureau of engraving and print ing where Fnclc Sam's money is made there are l.:M0 female printers' assist nuts, who receive $1.25 a day, who nr not Included in the above estimate. In the census utiice there are over 1.5. women, most of whom draw S14V.1 a week, and the aggregate total of our queens rises, therefore, to considerably over S.(MM) who earn over $2 a day, or more than a large proportion of men in salaried and wage earning pursuits. Naturally they hwik cool and comforta ble as they ride to work every morning in the open ears. "During the past seventeen years 2.014 women have entered the service of the government in Washington through the means of the competitive examinations of the civil service alone. In the civil service there are no less than fifty-seven different examinations which are open to women. One-third of the entire force of the government in Washington Is composed of women, and they are being appointed by this means. In the unclassified service this proportion I should estim.-.te at not less than "5 per cent and pcrha; nearer 40 per cent, as in the rural mail delivery service, for instance, the percentage is not far from ni per cent, if not above this figure. "The percentage of women appoint ments through the classified service varies in the different years, as it does in the uticlassiiled positions. For in stance, in the first the highest percent age was in IV. e when it was 13 per cent of the total. In the temporary positions it was highest during the Spanish war and immediately there after." A bull terrier attacked a little phi iu F!g'.n. 111., and a man who hastened to the child's assistance broke tiie dog's jaws before the brute's hold could be rel-ased. The 1'hi'r.i.lelphia city hall was de signed to cost .?:0 :o.O") and was to be comploi d within ten years, an ex traordinary allowance of time. It has cost ?'.'").if.UN 'O and, after thirty years, is yet incomplete. A Clan's Good Work. Through the efforts of the Albany (N. Y.) Mothers' club a beautiful play ground has been secured for poor chil dren of that city. The site Is in one of the new parks, with a fine lawn and a grove of trees. A large untenanted house on the grounds is allowed the club for storage, and for the entertain ment of the children In stormy weather and for uses of the kindergarten. Be tween 400 and 000 children are in daliy attendance. Bernhardt Is Superstitions. Mme. Sarah Bernhardt is, like most great people from Napoleon and Nel son downward, very superstitious. She never admits that she Is happy without touching wood and has a proper re spect for overhanging ladders and spilt salt. The famous actress is spending the summer at her home in Brittany and is devoting much of her playtime to tennis. Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh Through the Blood - Costs Nothing to Try. Would you like to crot rUl of that chronic rheumatism or offensive ca tarrh forever? Then take a bott'e of Botanic B'.ood Balm, which has cured thousands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B B ) cures through the blood by destroying the poison which ea'ases the awful aches in the bones, joints, shoulder blades and back, swollen plands, hawking, spitting, bad breath, impaired hearing, ett. . making a perfect cure. Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for SO Years. Composed of pure Botanic Drugs. Perfectly safe to take by old and young. Druggists, fl. Trial treat ment free br writing Blood Balm Co., Atianta.Ga. Describe trouble and free med cal advice given until cured. Don't give up hope, but try B. B. B., which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the ''all run down." tired body. B. B. B. makes the blood red, giving the skin tire rich glow cf perfect health. PUBLIC NOTICE Wo to taOOSC tO tll8 pOpl O? tliU iciahy that e he KtureJ tho Avvocy for C. E. Carter's Caiarrh Cure A posit; . enre for Nasal Catarrh, Cold In ths Mead. Sore Throat. t.'.fUmed and Swollen Tonsils. All Catarrhal Throat Troubles, Ciogrjsd Nostrils, Excessive Nasal IHscharyea, Hacking Cough. Dr, Choking: Feeling. Ttiis reaiede has been a s,zial Aiui iasai;t"-eus sr.Vexs, It Is soothing ia its action. m.J ---wJuees on its first arplic-atiin a seni.oQ e-f , xhtful relief and benefit, instantly kiiis t! e Bacterial (m, auich prvxlaces C starrh cf ti.a Head, Nosa and Throat, and erennisiiy leads ia nch serious trouble a Asthica, Owuacftion, LarrnjfiU. iJror-chUls, and many o;!.er disease too srna eror.s to mention. Can N ud by the mort aelicato per-.!. er cl Urea without harmful PRICE BCC. AND St. OO. The tJ.OO s-ii c-ni tains two and ona-baif times tiie quantity c; tho i..ic. sixo. C. E. CARTER & CO., 71 " Jackson St.. CHJCAfiO Trade uppl:ed by A. 0. Luken & Co., wholesale druggist', (t2S and 030 Main street, Richmond, lud., ard Charles 1-. Magaw, dii;cgit.t. 2"1 Fi. Wavte Avenue. Kichnu t d, t;d. Do N'T Be Fooled. Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only hy Madison Med! cine Co., M&tlison, Vi. it keeps you well. Our traja mirk cut on each pakae. Price, 35 Crnts. Ner son 1.1 tulk. Accept no subu 'ecaeoKaTioieaa tute. Ask jour ilruj,uU Public Notice. We wish to announce to the people of this vicinity that we have secured the agency for C. K. Cirur's Wsnlifu-e A positive cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold in the Head, Sore Throat, In flamed and Swollen Tonsils, all Catarrhal Throat Troubled, Clog gedNostrils Excessive Nasal Discharges, Hacking Cough, Dry, Choking Feeling. This remedy has been a signal 1 and instantaneous success. It is soothing in its action, and produces on its first ap plication a sensation of de lightful relief and hem fir, instantly kills thehachtt-rii:l germ, which produces ca tarrh of the head, nose ami throat, and eventually Jrao's ' toMich serious troubles a asthma, consumption, lai yngitis,bronchitis,and many i other diseases too numer ous to mention. Can be used by the most delicate person or children without jharmfii- or nauseous result-. Price 50c and SI. The $1 size contains two times the quantity of the 50c siz?. Notice of Sale of lEeal Ks tate by Administratrix. I Tiie r.rdrine'i, (eirnitr-tnorlx 'f tY.f e'a f L illu r Alarri-, i-e-i---i. bf-r-y tvr-n not! tl::t by virus-1, f hd onif r of th Wavr:e rtrt-ni: o:irt, wilt at th l)ur 'f 2 p m.p on Smrdav. th 12rlirlnyof K-t4ir. lia.il, at the p-emi u- le ; -ol-i m R iehrn ni. Indiana. fler for w'p at pufce'-f-o'e the foltowmi? dea'Tild real f-srare, Biiiit-d i in Va n county, S'e of Irvisnna, !o-wit: i I.et i). 43 in Sunlit r' additKD to the city of Richmond, Wayne fxnniy, Indiana. ! Said Pale will" ie made M)l'j--'t the sppr-vnl : of ajd court lor not le than two-third of th j full appraised ralue of aatd r-aj ertate, and upon tre following term, and condition: At It-at-t on--third f tiie piirciiae mony caih in hand, the iatance in two equal payment. ne iue m jx montna and one in twelve months from ' date of ale, deferred psyment eilencei by notet ; of the purchaser, l-ariig ais; per cent, interest j from date, wsivin relief, providing for attorne fee and secured by firet morttt-Ke on the real ! tate aold SAME L. AIAMS, Adminictratnz ' Je.f up A J-iup, Attorney. ccpl3-2tj 2' t Ear the Signature of The K:c(J Yoa Ha Kmr Bil AN EASTERN TRIP Over the Reliable Pennsylvania Lines. Excursion tickets to New York may be obtained at principal ticket offices of the Pennsylvania lines. good going over the Pennsylvania lines or going via Pennsylvania lines and ' returning. ia the other direct lines from New York, including the routes via Buffalo with privilege of stopping over at that point to take in the Pan-American exposition and Niag ara Falls, or returning via Wasbing i ton, D. C , with stop-over at that ' point. Full information will be f ur i n:shed in reply to inquiries add retsed ; ticket agents of the Pennsylvania t lines. j Don't let the little ones suffer from : eczema or other torturing skit-, di ! seases. No need for it. Dean's Ointment cures. Can't harm the ' most delicate skin. At any drug -tore, 51) cents. CAETOTT.IA. Bean tla 9