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RICHMOND DAILY PAJJL ADIU3KSATUII DAY, NOVEMBER 23,1901.
The Kind You Have Always tc use- for over SO years, m and 7yV 'V' 7j. sonal All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jmt-as-grood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the healt h of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTCRIA Castoru Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naiwtii? substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverish ness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Iiowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS S7 Bears the The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THt CfMTAUR CMMtlV, TW MUAMV TMCCT. MOTV TORN CfTV. C3EBVITA' fill Cure Itnpotency, Night Emissions, Loss of eases, all effects of self-abuse or excess and indiscretion. A nerve tonic and blood builder. Brings the pink glow to pale cheeks and restores tba fire of youth. By mail 50c. per box, 6 boxes for $3.50, with our bank able guarantee to cure or refund tbe money paid. Send for circular and copy of our bankable guarantee bend. NERVITA TABLETS EXT,RAeds,TRBE7,fTH inixowLuiu Immediate Results Positively guaranteed cure for Loss of Power. Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs. Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia. Nervons Prostration, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and the Results of Excessive Use of - obacco. Opium or Liquor. By mail in plain package, $1.00 a box, 6 for $5.00 with our bankable guarantee bond to rare in 30 days or refund money paid. Address NERVITA MEDICAL COMPANY "Mnum -na Jackson Striata CHICAGO, ILLJ? .For sale byA. G. Luken & Co., Main Street and th Moore Drun Co., Iri north eurhtn street. Richmond rr. Preserve Your ff1 th.em here for laundering. ClOttieS Our method are the same as those in tbe home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits your work, confident in his abil ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning also done here. "Life Rencwet" for Ladies. Ouvia Peterson, of Coldwater Mich., writes: ' I had not leen able to fit up a half day at a tiire for thirteen years until 1 used the Mystic Life Renewer. It La - cured me of nervous troubles, headache and a ?ry bad stomach. It has helped me in many ways, and : cured me of afflictions that the doc- tors said could not be cured. 1 he ' blessed Life Renewer has done more; for me than all the Patent Medicines, Doctors and Christian Science treat tnents combined. It is the most won derful medicine I ever saw." Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., drug j:U:s, Richmond. (1) REDUCED FARES ForThankSElvIns: Day Trip Via PennsTlvania Lines. For the accommodation of persons ishing to make Thanksgiving Day trips, excursion tickets wiu oe soia at ticket stations of the Pennsylva nia lines to stations on those lines within a radius of 150 miles of selling point. Tickets will be on sale Nov. . 27th and 2Stb. trood returning until Nov. 29th. inclusive. Special rate crease the bulk, to enable us to sell tickets will also be sold for students I cheap. We deliver it in its natural and instructors of colleges, semi-. purity. naries and universities going home to Home telephones, number 1349 speod Thanksgiving holiday vaca- 361-139 904 F. nov22d30t Si 1 , .rani Bought, and which has been has home the Kiiiatnr t has heen niadc under his per- supeniMon since its infancy. Signature of Restore Vitaiit) Lost Vigor and Manhood... Memory, all wasting dis tion. For rates, time of trains, etc., apply to nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines. A household necessity. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Heals burns, cuts, wounds of any sort; cures sere throat, croup, catarrh, attbma; never fails. The little folks love Dr. Wood s Norway Pine Syrup. Pleasant to take; perfectly harmless. Positive euro for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma. IF YOU MAT Tbe Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buna lo. Boston and New York Take the C. R. & M. via. Muncle, The C. R. M. train leaves Rich mond at 5:45 p. tn every day except Sunday, makes close connection with the tnapniticent Big 4 Knickerbocker special from St. Louis to New York This train has in addition to Buffett sleeping cars, library and smoking cars and dining cars. Train reaches Buffalo at 6:15 a. m. after a night's ride and lands passengers at firand Central station, New York City, 42cd street and 4th arenue at 6 p. m., 23 hours from Richmond. Puts light in the eye. tints the cheeks with nature's" vermillion, loosens the tension of life, brushes cobwebs from your brain. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35c Ask your druggist. Reidston Dairy. Reidston Dairy is cow delivering milk to its customers morning and evening, it being impossible to reach its patrons by morning de livery. We are determined - to ac commodate our customers and fur nish them tbe best article nf mm milk and cream morning or evening; as they prefer. All societies giving dinners and suppers where the proceeds are de voteu to charitable purposes will be furnished milk free of charge by making application. Keidston muk has no water to in 6n! PILLS SQ CTS, ( ANECDOTES OF EARL LI Personal Traits Described by Americans Who Knew Him. HIS UE1I0EY AS 1 China's Great Statesman Liked the Man Wbo Stood l"p For Ilia Oni Idraa and Objected to Visits of the Curious Adopted Certain of Oar Mannerisms. Official announcement of the death af Li Hung Chaug was received la Washington the other morning. The news caused sincere regret among ottt cials of the administration, who have regarded Earl t.l as one of the great characters of the world. Mr. W. W. RockhilL just returned from 1'eking, where he served as special commission er of the L'nited States, enjoyed most friendly relations with the Chinese en voy. Speaking of LI. Mr. Rockhill said to a New York Herald reporter: "Earl Li had a longer and more thor ough knowledge cf foreign affairs than any other Chinaman. In the early six ties be was the only high official that advocated closer relations with foreign nations and the adoption of western methods and western ideas. Kver since then he has been identified with tbe conduct of the foreign relations of Chi na. His frankness in conversation and in his dealings with foreigners with whom l.-e was thrown in contact made him much more acceptable to the west as the representative of China than other officials who had more of the pe culiar mannerisms of their race. "His memory was simply astonish ing, and it ofteu stood him in good stead. Not even the remotest details in events occurring years before es caped him. In his death China loses a patriot and a statesman who ranked with the great figures of history." Mr. II. G. Squiers. who was secretary of the American legation in China, re called many pleasant and interesting Incidents showing the character of Li Hung Chang during the four years he was stationed at I'eking. "Earl Li was always courteous to Americans," said Mr. Squiers. "be cause, as I learned afterward, he felt that Americans were always willing to give and take in a business transaction or a diplomatic negotiation. One could not help being impressed with the idea that he was actually the ruling spirit In the Chinese empire by his superior bearing and broad statesmanship. Al though every consultation we had with him had to be conducted by the aid of an interpreter for he spoke only the Chinese language lie displayed a wide knowledge of foreign and domestic af fairs, which carried with it a convic tion that he was the dominating spirit throughout China and virtually ail there was of the tsnng li yauien. "Earl Li frequently recalled his visit to the L'nited States in 1S!K," added Mr. Squiers. "and be regarded it as one of the most pleasing events of bis re markable career. Iuring that trip his friendship for the United States was even further cemented by the many courtesies he received. It made a last ing impression upon him, and upou his return to China I observed that he had adopted certain American mannerisms In his association with Americans. For instance, he always greeted Ameri cans with a cordial grasp of the hand Instead of the oriental salaams which he employed m receiving representa tives of other foreign nations. "You have probably read of that fa mous cane he used to carry. said Mr. Squiers. "It is a very long staff, high ly ornamented, and he has carried it for many years. One day. while in his presence, I had in my hand a cheap little American cane with a somewhat odd head upon it. It caught the vice roy's fancy, and he proposed an ex change. As he offered to make an even trade yon may imagine my delight at tbe bargain I was making. With great pride I displayed my prize among my friends and treasured it as one of the dearest souvenirs of my stay in China. The next time I met the viceroy he in formed me that my cane was six inches too short for him to use. and under the circumstances he would have to sug gest that the trade be reconsidered. I reluctantly returned his historic stick. Pr. Louis Livingston Seaman of New York, who has an intimate personal knowledge of Li Hung Chans, related the following anecdote to a reporter cf the New York Times. He sanl: "Li Hung Chang was always courte ous, but he had no patience with the man that could not take his ewa part and that would fail to" answer bhu in the same coin tLat he gave. I remem ber the incident which brought us to gether closer than ever before. It was on a day when we were discussing tbe rights of the United States to the Phil ippines. Li arguing that by right the islands belonged to China. Finally he said that he wanted to know what right the United States had more than any other robber to enter the islands. I answered him briefly, calling his at tention to the efforts of Russia. Eng land. Germany. France aud Italy to split China, and said: 'I should think, your excellency, you had enough bad eggs in your own basket without wishing for another country that is steeped in war. The answer he liked, and from that moment his entire demeanor changed, and he became the charming host and admira ble man that all who knew him well found him to be on all occasions. It is merely an incident as showing the nature of tbe man wbo liked to ride rough shod over others and who ad mired any one that refused to agree to expressions which be himself knew were wrong n tbe face of them. Sim ilarly be bad little patience with the urtos wbo cam merely to aee Dim. The SPORTING WORLD! Greatest of Qairtrr Barks. Charits D. I..!y ..f West P ir.t i without exception, the greatest qua; ter bac!; hi harness. I)ur -;i;-tai!K the Hnrv.Tl fro::;i!l of l::s year arid perform) d mlm'r-Hy. II knows li-..w t ru:i :-!.. ; -vhiie 1: aetir:! a'-! never I s'-- J.S I. lay etn.-revl Wet Uohit a: tUe Ie Eiuniug of the present term and natr. . j. ciiAKLfeY dau ok WKsf liMNr. j you would tnul that they had lost most rally was placed at quarter on the ca- of their unpleasant bitterness, dots' team. The quality of his work is 1 "After washiug the fruit is put in better, if that is iossil)le. than when! casks filled with brine and the casks he lined up with the crimson pigskin exosed. bungs open, to the sun. This chasers. In the game with Yale at i induces a second fermentation, which West Point recently it was Italy's goal j takes place more or less rapidly, ac from the field that tied the score of cording to the weather. However, as old Eli. ! Spain enjoys a fairly equable climate, a Daly will undoubtedly be placed oni period of from three to four weeks gen the All American team for l'.KH. Ilisj erally suffices. Throughout this second nearest rival is Johnnie Saulles of ( fermentation the olives keep throwing Yale, brother of Charley, of ISiiT-lW off the brine, so that the casks must lo fame. Hut He Saulles has been some- i inspected daiiy aud kept filled with what irregular in his work of late and new brine of the required strength. is not in Daly's class. Pnrifiraiion of RmliiK. j They are then ready for 'sorting' that A plan l aving for its object the puri : is. for separation according to size and ik-ation cf boxing has been started by j quality. AH that are perfect of proper a number of ardent admirers of th; color and free from scratches, spots sport in New York, headed by Jamet j and other blemishes are called 'select C. Kennedy, one of America's most:ed; the rest 'culls. The various sizes prominent sporting promoters. i are known according to their weight. The scheme, which is outlined tc j -90 meaning olive that count eighty place the boxiug contests on a plane! to ninety to the kilo, where they will be above suspicion, i-ij "After 'sorting.' the olives are then evidently expected to ultimately result! put back iuto the casks, the bungs 111 the resumption of boxing boms in"! driven iu. and the whole is ready for the metropolis. shipment to the American importer." It was the crooked work of pro-! "I o you begin to pack as soon as they moters. managers and the boxers thatj arrive in New York?" was the next killed the game in New York, as well leading question. as in other cities, and if the new organ ', "No. indeed The long ocean voyage ization can restore this branch to the; affects olives as much as it does hu good will of the people it will be ac- j man beings. They generally succumb complishiug what should have been j to 'seasickness" en route that is. we done long ago. To do this it will have) find them in some stage of fermenta to drive Tom O'Hourke and Joe Wal i tion on arrival, which requires our con cott aud their ilk out of the business! stant care until they recover." entirely if they want to have what is called "clean loxing." Walcott's bout with Tommy West at Madison Square Garden two years ago Is still fresh lr the minds of the followers of the sport and it was this bout that capped the climax which stopped boxing in New Tork. Walcott's bout with Carter at Fsisco bad an equally suspicious look and has been heralded as a pure case of quit ting on the negro's part. There is nc reason why boxing should not be per mitted to flourish as well as football basket ball, wrestling aud other sports, which are equally as brutal as football the way it is played today, and with promoters who are reliable and boxers wbo are fair and honest in tbeir efforts to win the sport could be placed on basis which could not well be downed by prejudiced critics. r 1 ti.ii rkoiuiinip. i Prominent Clyde yachtsmen view fa j eririi.iv- Kir Ti,nm r irrf,.r Hen 't I declarations and think Shamrock II j can ! improved. The lelief prevails i that a new vac ht win he designed by j Fife, with Watson as consultant, and' the command given to Captain Robert Wriuge. The builders will probably be the iH'unys. Sir Thomas, while he says he wishes to avoid monojHilizing th British side of the America's cup con tests, has already taken a step towarc a third contest for the trophy. Captain Wrine recently went to Fair j lie and had a long conference with W I fife. Jr., as to whether he would under i take desiirniu Shamrock III. for a se ; ries of races in 192. j It is understood that Mr. Fife waff opposed to rushing out a challenger foi j lytrj. lie considered the t;me too shon to do bis best work, but was willing tt design a challenger to race in the au tumn of 1103. Acting on Mr. Fife's suggestion. Cap tain Wringe went to (Jarelocb to pro vide for the better preservation 01 Shamrock 1.. which will be used in th trials on the English side. Sham roe t II. will be employed in the trials on th American side of the Atlantic. Tve Fillies Left by Altx. Alix left two fillies at Mariposa stock farm, one by Sable Wilkes. 2:1S, and one by Handspring. It is to b hoped that each of these will trot to 8 record and ultimately become the djur of one or more trotters. "how olives are cured. A D!Ocult Proff. Rrailriax Tinr and Constant arc. "It should Ih rewcnibvred," said tin clive man. "that the constuutUa f uv olive is as tLKcato as that t a ti".;i.-r child. Fivui the time the crop is tred utitil it is finally 1 uck-d ia the bottles tlure is not a moment which not fraught with the iutcti.-et anxiety ou the part of all wbo handle the fruit. No other product requires si:h con stant a 'plication of the old uiaxiui of 'eu i'.ial igilance us dives. "The l.iU beuuis with the gathering of fuit. This is d.me iu the late summer or ai!y autumn, while the fruit is suii green and hard and alio gttlur unsavory ou account of i;s in tense bitt'-riiess. The olives are picket! by hand to prevent scratching and bruising and then conveyed in carts or on pack mules to the curing establish ment. Olive '-tiring is a very delicate and intricate process, for which no fiied rules can le laid down, A course of treatment that in one instance would prove successful might be abso lutely ruinous in another. The business of curing therefore calls for exjert tal ent and is always intrusted to a pro fessional who brings to his task his own skill and knowledge, supplement ed by the experience of generations of kinsfolk who were eurers in that par ticular variety before him. "The first step in the process of cur ing is known as cooking.' When the fruit comes to the curing establish ment, it Is placed in large vats tilled with a mixture of lime and water, in which it undergoes a kind of fermen tation. -Cocking' Is merely a technical name for this fermentation process. "When the fermentation has reached a certain stage, a matter requiring any where from a few hours to a few days, the curer gives the signal to withdraw the plugs, and the liquid is run otT. The olives are then thoroughly washed with fresh water until they are bright and clean and every trace of lime is re moved. If you were to taste thetu now. j "Finally there comes a time when ! they no longer throw off any brine. "Ioesn't this 'seasickness,' as you call it, impair the quality in any way?" "Not at all. It only makes the olive man feel the burden of his responsi bilities. In every stage of fermentation there is a critical moment when he must exercise the greatest care and caution. If the olives recover, they are really much improved in quality. If they don't, they are hopelessly ruined. There is no Intermediate condition." Arco Special. The? Ameer and tbe Enaliah. The late ameer of Afghanistan was one of tbe shrewdest and strongest men of his time. When the amount of the British subsidy was being fixed with him. it was explained that he must do thi and that and the other. "You remind me," said the ameer, "of a Persian tale. A certain man took a piece of cloth to a tailor and said. -'iiuc iue n iiioruiii uress ouu ui 11 atd an evening dress and. while 1 think of It. a working rout.' The tailor did his best atd brought them a!! as he j "a told. I!ut they were cf doll's size, j What more could he d wit h the cloth V" j The ameer was not a great admirer of the Ilritish system of pov eminent, j On one oconsson a very hiph pers )tiase j was confeirittar with him and said in J relation to some matter. That is a ! very crave question, and I must refer it to her majesty's government." The j I ameer, who did not clearly distiriaruish , e IW"S n t-rinsn eonstitauon, replied: "When you ask me a question, I am able to answer at once; when I nsk " one you say you must first ask 700 other gentlemen. I prefer onr Afghan way of doing business. New Soath Wale Sheen. The first sheep imported into New ' South Wales arrived in the year 17SS, when a flock of twenty-nine Indian sheep were brought from Calcutta. They were not a very promising lot, "small and unsightly, having large heads, Roman noses, drooping ears, narrow chests and shoulders, with high curved backs and very long legs: hav ing, moreover, coarse and frequently black wool mixed with hair, the latter preponderating They throve mar velously. and. befng judiciously crossed with sheep of a better stamp imported from England, the hair gradually dis appeared and gave place. to a fleece. The first consignment of wool from Australia to England arrived in VHOd, the hLpmest weighing 245 pound. lm Cure fhst Cures f Coughs, GV Colds, Grippe, V. Whooplngr Cough. Asthma. 4j Bronchitis and- Incipient Consumption, s GERMAN REMEDY CATARRH In all its !grs tfecro Should V ClCiUUiifrS. Ely's Cream Buia clan?e,ooih and bti lie disea.-it men. -.-.!! It enpf catarrh an J Crimes itti; a cold ia Ui bead quickly. Cream Balm is p!arc Into Ute nostrils, ipiuia orr tha meinbnit lJ is absorbed. Belief mediate an I a curs follows. Jt is not drying -doem not produce sneering. Large Slxe, 50 eenta ax Drug gluts or by mail ; Trial S!za, 10 cents by mail. iXy BPOTUF-HS. sw "'irwn Street. Xe- Torav Pennyroyal pills ?-',VS,',rE- - -M,r... I d. IW. " niM-HISIEK-S KNUUolt ftfr l UHM ! bold Mn ! t n nu kunkha. 1 atkvr. i i I (7J BT of 7r ilnuti.t- t - ' Lr lira Hail, la auu Unuiu, jtr ' all Dr.. lbMt d.nlotl ('. 'mrmm MhUtliUMa mm Iwmlx, CURE YOURSELF I Vft Bir for nDDtvturtvI dt9chnvr0,lDalaiTiauat4oBn IrrtUithiik or uhrtitt of m acum iutMubr.mm. PiidIw, mad Dot aiUu- or tint in pi aid wrapfr il .on. or 3 UHtJtta. Circulavr sui ou rtiue. NOTICE W wish to announce to the poopta of thia vicinity that we ha'e secured the Agency to G. E. Carter's Catarrh Cure A poeiti , cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold Its the Head. Sore Throat. Inflamed and Swollen Tonsils. All Catarrhal Throat Troubles. Cloned Nostrl's, Excessive Nasal Discharges, Hackias Cough, Dr, Choking- Peeling-. This rotasdjr has been a signal and instant-eoas saecess. It is soothing in its action, and adaces on itst first application a sensation of ' litf ul relio? ai.d benefit, instantly kills the Bacterial Germ, wnicb produces Catarrh of the Head. None ancf rhroAt, and evnntually leads to sneh serloaa troubles as Aittima, Consumption, Larynxiti. Sronchltls, and many other diseases too num erous to mention. Can be used bf the most, aelicate persons er children without hannfoL si nauseous resulu. PRICE eOC. AND SI. OO. Tbe $1.00 size contains two and one-halt times the quantity of the 50c. size. a E. CARTER A CO.. 71 Jackson St, CHICAGO Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co., wholesale druggist, 628 and63l Main street, Richmond, Ind., and Charles L. Magaw, druggist, 2fl Ft, Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind. BEAUTY, MCQNQUEROK BELLAVITA Vrsftnlc Banuty Tnblata and PUla A nctljr fe kiid (fnfi ronwxed inwtrxKii t'M-a?! 'tsordnra. Restcm IKr H4oa ai r. te tseS tssa tmatB-nnt 0 il- saai. -til for e'xm' at. 4'-!ree Sold byA. G. Luken k Co., Main street, and Curme A Co., 415 north, eighth street, Richmond Dont Be Fo Take the pen inaj ROCKY MCUHTAiN TEA. JV.Je on!y fy ?aj3titi MeK c'r.e Co., ft'.HijiMm. Is. It kerr3 you Wuii. Cr trade fr.ai K z-A ci each pacKajj-e. t-rtce, ceiiis. Mavcr sol l.-i bu. ,xejt no sibsli S. K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate. Information, Abstractor. Insurance, and Notary Work ... A place to hoy a torre as yev fey rn O. B. MORGAN. Practical Plumber and Gaa fitter, &t and N. E Sta.. Kfcbmoad. Ind. Good Friends. don't yon think itV about time you gv ns a call? We ha-nt-everything in harness and harness favafat ings, and yoa arrCJ always find oar roods the' best and oar prices the lowest fa tbe best goods. We are selliagr first class horse blanket at 75c to THE Y7ICCINO CO. AIM ts;A bv a AruMvv. 25&50 15 "-Ci&.m I yrKKa j MJm tttttrtaM-4 ITS if