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IUCIIMOND DAILY rALLADIUf, MONDAY, OCTOBEK 2S, 1907.
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News from all parts of the world well written, original stories Ans wers to queries on all sub lets Articles on Health, the Home, nw Books, and on Work About the Farm ani Garden. Weekly INTER OCEAN The Inter Ooean is a member of the Associated Press and alr-o is the only western newspaper receiving the combined telegraphic and cable news matter of both the New York Suu and New York World respectively brides daily re ports from over 2.000 special correspondents throughout the onnrrv. No pen can tell mre faliy WHY it is the BEST on earth ----- - onet; LLAR 52 Twalva-paga EAR JR. C. M. HAMILTON, io IV. xotli Street, Op p. Westcott Hotel, Richmond, Ind. , BOTH PHONES, i i" If you are driving across a railroad track and hear the screech of an ap proaching engine, you don't stop to a train is coming. You get off the Papers one: DOLLAR A TEAR DENTIST THE FIIiST A EK OX A UT HIS INITIAL FLIGHT INTO SPACE WAS AT PARIS IN 1783. Pilatre dfi Roilm Was ne Pioneer of tfce Lobs Liar of Diirine Spirits Who I'erished la Their Ailerapta ailcil the Air. The first attempts to make ascen ioi:s I v means of l.3l!oor:s were iiixu'.e j In I'aris in the yt-ar 17. Ilat;-e tit- j Hosiers was the first and most illusiri ! ous of the Icug list cf aeronauts v-ha I have fallen vietirus to their desire to i advance the art of aerostatics. I la July and August of the year 17S3 ; balloons filled with hydrogen gtis were i sent up frc-'a Paris, and in September ! at Versailles the first balloon was sent : tip freighted with living animals. In the same year MontgolSer eon Etrueted a balloon which he claimed would be capable of carrying passen gers. his workshop being In the gardens of the Faubourg St. Antolne. The bal loon was sixty feet in height and forty eight broad. Its exterior was richly painted and embroidered, there belli represented upon It the twelve signs of the zodiac, the arms of the king of France and numberless fleurs-de-lis and lower down, amid a crowd of grotesque heads and garlands of flowers, a flock of eagles, with extended wings, that seemed to be flying and supporting the huge balloou upon their shoulders. Below the balloon proper was con structed a circular platform of wicker- work, covered with silk, which was used as a ar. This platform was very large and was surrounded by a balus trade to prevent the aeronauts from falling out. In the center of this plat form or car was an opening, below which was suspended by chains an iron stove, which was to be used for rarefy ing the air In the balloon, while in one corner was a magazine Intended for the storing up of an Immense quantity of straw, which served as fuel. Pilatre des Hosiers, generally alone, but at one time accompanied by the Marquis d'Arlandes and on another oc casion by M. GIrond de Villette. had as cended iu the balloon without cutting the rope which held It captive to a height of 1.2.tO feet. Hosiers had much difficulty In obtain Ing permission from the king to make an ascent without being held down by the roe. but consent was at last se cured, and on the Ith of November, 17S3. everything was made ready. Dur ing the day the wind and rain were vio lent, and it was found necessary to postpone the ascent. The next day. the 21st, the weather was more favorable, and at 1:30 in the afternoon in the pres ence of the dauphin and his suit TI- latre des Hosiers and the Marquis d'Ar landes set out together from the Jar- dins de la Muette upon the first aerial voyage ever attempted and performed. The wind was still very rough and the weather stormy, but In spite of these disadvantages the balloon rose rapidly Having passed over Paris and be come free from all fear of getting en tangled among the buildings of the city, the aeronauts suffered themselves to descend considerably until they found themselves in a fresh current of air. which bore them in a southerly direc tion. After proceeding a few miles farther the fire was allowed to die out, and the balloon descended about five miles from Paris. When the aeronauts returned to the Chateau de la Muette. they were greeted with the utmost enthusiasm by the assembled crowds. Benjamin Frank lin was a witness of the whole specta cle, and when asked what he thought of It he replied. "I have seen a child born which may one day be a man." Aerostatics had advanced to such a degree that on the 7th of January, 17S5, Blanchard, a rival of Hosiers, crossed over the channel from Dover to Calais. Hosiers was spurred on by Blanch ard's success and set to work con structing a balloon which, when com pleted, he called an aeromontgolfler. It consisted of an immense balloon of hydrogen gas, with a large cylindei placed under it, the use of it being to rarefy the air without losing gas. When a favorable day had arrived. Pilatre for the last time made his preparations. He was assisted by a Boulogne physician named Romain. and on June 13, 17 S3, they stepped into the basket, the ropes were cast off. and the balloon rose with the utmost maj esty from the earth. When it had risen about 200 feet. It struck a fresh current cf air whjch took It directly toward the sea. It soon found another current which rapidly carried It back again. It possibly may have been the desire of the aeronauts to descend to find a more favorable cur rent of air, for while opening the valve to let the cold air into his cylinder un fortunately a huge rent was made in the balloon. The consequences were Immediate and horrible. At that time the balloon was 1,700 feet above the I surface of the earth. A few moments j afterward the two aeronauts lay on j the ground dead and horribly mutl f lated. j Near the spot where Pilatre des Ro ! Biers was buried a monument was erected in 1S33 to commemorate the al most miraculous crossing of the sea by Blanchard. upon the very spot of eartt on which that intrepid aeronaut de scended. He had become for France a hero, and numbers of inscriptions are still readable. New York Times. Spools and Thread. The spool mills use about S2.000 cords, or 1G.000.000 feet, of birch an nually, turning out S00.O0O.000 spools, each spool large enoush to carry 200 yards of thread. The amount cf thread that could be wound upon these K;.00O.0OO spools would reach 3.60C times around the world at the equator vad leave a little for, mending. Don't Be Afrid of Worker One Tiling that keeps young men dfTsrn is tUeir fear of work. They aim to find genteel ceapations. s-o they can dress well, not soil their clothes and handle things with the tips of their fingers. They do not like to get their shoulders under the wheel, atd they prefer to gtve orders to oth er or figure as masters aud I. 1 some oSe else do the drudgt-ry. There Is no dJUbt that indolence aad laziness are the chief obstacles to success. When we see a boy who has just se cured a position take hold cf every thing with both hands and "jump right Into his work" as if he meant to succeed, we have confidence that he will prosper. But if he stands around and asks questions when tohl to do anything: if he tells you that this or that belongs to some other boy to do, for it Is not his work; if he does not trj to carry out his orders In the cor rect way; if he wants a thousand ex planations when asked to run an er rand and makes his employer think that he could have done the whole thing himself, one feels like discharging sech a boy on the spot, for he is con vinced that he was not cut out for suc cess. That boy will be cursed with mediocrity or will be a failure. There 1 no place in this century for the lazy jgjm. He will be pushed to the walL Success. Shoulder Proteetlon. In the steel curb shoulder protection which now forms a part of the equip ment of almost all cavalry the troops have a permanent reminder of one of the most exciting adventures which be feU Sir George I.uck. the lieutenant general commanding the Bengal forces. During the Afghan operations of 1S78 to 1SS0 he took his regiment, the Fif teenth hussars, up to Kandahar and en countered at Takht-i-Pul a strong body of billmen led by Afghan sowars, who made things pretty warm for him for a few minutes. In the hand to hand fighting he became engaged with a gi gantic Pathan, who broke down his guard and would have cloven him from shoulder to belt but that bis wife bad sewed on bis shoulders In the lining of his tunic a couple of steel curb chains, one of which broke the force of the slash. The incident so impressed the mili tary authorities in India that what Is now known as the Luck or "lucky" shoulder curb was soon afterward in troduced. Military Mail. -A Last Joke. John D. Long, in the Massachusetts campaign of 1S7S, was making his first run for governor against General Ben Butler, who had captured the Demo cratic nomination, and Judge Josiah G. Abbott, who was the candidate of the old line Democrats. The late Judge Thompson was mak ing a speech for Abbott before a big Democratic audience and, after prais ing the candidate as a Jurist and a statesman, asked sarcastically. "And ncMnv yhois thlf John L-L-Long?" Nc one answering, he proceeded: "They say he has made a translation of Ho mer's 'Iliad r What g-g-good is that tc us? All Democrats read Homer in the original." At this the person to whom the Judge was telling the story laughed, but the Judge continued: "Th-th-that's not the real joke at all! The real joke is that not a m-m-man in the audience so much as smiled!" Where She Differed From Panl. A Scotch clergyman called upon a parishioner not long since, an old wom an who was not blessed with many virtues, but who possessed a very va ried assortment of vices. He took the latter as a text for a sermon and spoke to her at considerable length upon the subject, concluding with some extracts from one of St. Paul's epistles which he felt to be apropos. She didn't speak for several minutes after he had finished, and he thought that he had made an impression upon her at last. He was mistaken, how ever, for she suddenly turned round with the remark: "Humph! That's just where Paul and I have differed these ten years." The argument was not continued. Her Prayer. The Buffalo News tells a story of a four-year-old girl who was spending a night away from home. At bedtime she knelt at her hostess' knees to saj her prayers, expecting the usual prompt ing. Finding Mrs. B. unable to hell her out, she concluded thus: "Please God. 'sense me; I can't remember mj prayers, and I'm staying with a lady that don't know any." Public the Perimbilitor. Mrs. Haskins I saw your husband today in a bicycle suit. I didn't think you'd let him ride. Mrs. Strongmind My dear, that wat not a bicycle suit, although it mlghi properly be called a "wheeling suit.' Yon see. I want him to be appropriate ly garbed when be takes baby for ar airing. Philadelphia Press. After the Ball. She How nice to be at home again! What a crowd there was! 1 don't sup pose Mr. Bankier knew one-half of his guests. He Didn't he, though! Why. he had four detectives In evening clothes there. Life. Hii ralacky Day. Harduppe Wigwag is rather super stitious. Isn't he? Bo rro well Well, be refused to ac commodate cne with a loan this morn Ing because it was Friday. Philadel phia Record. Willlaa: Worker. Lady Why don't you quit begging and become one of the working people: Tramp Well. mum. ef I ain't workin people, den I dunno who U. Chicagc Kewi. THE CONTRAST. Run Down, Languid, Weak Men and Women Feel the Contrast of Ruddy Health-Vigorous Strength. When a person drops into a condi tion of unrest ail tired out, nervous and weak it's then they feel almot "what would I not give to be again where I was in the ranks of the active, the strong, feeling well and competent to successfully fijfht life's battles." This is the time to appeal to Dr. A. N. Chase's Nerve Pills. This is what Miss Lizzie Addington, of No. 30 north fifth street, Rich mond, Ind., says: "For a long time I have been a victim of severe ner vousness, which affected my health and made me feel languid. I got a box of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills at A. G. Luken's drug store, and now I am pleased to say my nerves are steadied and I feel better every way. 1 think these pills are an ex cellent nerve tonic l ean recom mend them. " Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills are sold at 50c a box at dealers or Dr. A W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, X. Y. See that portrait and signa ture of A. W. Chase M. D. are on every box. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifcawav! Voa can be cured of any form of tobacco usinfr easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full ol new lifr and vigor by taking MO-TO-MAOr that makes weak men strong. Many gain, ten pounds in ten day a. Orer 800,000 cured. All druggist". Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FREE. Address STEJU.ING REMEDY CO, Chicago or Mew York. 437 Notice to the! Public On and after October 1, 1901, street car tickets will not be sold by con ductors and motor men, but may be had during business hours at Ross' drug store, near eighth and Main streets, at the present rate of 6ix for 25 cents. Richmond Street and Iktercrban Railroad Co. 23-tf Reduced Rates to Cincinnati via. the C. R. & M. On account of the daughters of the American Revolution state conven to be held at Cincinnati, O., October 31, November 1, the C, R. & M. will make a reduced rate of $2 60 for the round trip. For further information call on C. A. Blair, city ticket agent. Phone 44. Kind You Have Always Botigtt PIC3PL "Wf wife had pimples on tier face, but she has been tiikiuir CASCAKETS and they have ail disappeared. I had be-n troubled with constipation for some time, but after tak lnc the first Cascaret I have had no trouble with this ailment. We cannot epeak too high ly of Cascarets." 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Carpet cleaning also done here. k BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. 'Westcott Block. S.K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate. Information, Abstractor. Insurance, and Notary Work . . . place to buy m home as you pay rn O. B. MORGAN. Practical Plumber and Gaa Fitter, 8th and N. B Sta.. Ktehooad. Ind. H. H. Meerhoff SANITARY PLUMBIXGr Steam and Hot Water Heating . SEWEBAGE, ETC See ns 'for Estimates. Phone 46. 9 S Ninth Good Friends, don't yon think it's about time you save tis a call? We have everything in harness and harness furnish ings, and you will alwaya find our goods the best and oar nrifM the Iota eit for the best goods. We are selling a first class horse blanket at 75c to If) 1 1 THE WIGGINS CO. New Pbasa 7U. 60S MAIM ST