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RICHMOND DAILY PAL. JL A PIT? M TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20,1901.
THE TOP A nerve Tonic never Equated no other Signal ujc and portrait of D. A. Med. Co , 257 Washington St., Buffalo, Mrs. John A. Ross of 805 south 14th st. Richmond, Ind., says: "I have been troubled for a long time with severe nerv ousness, dizziness, nervous headache and indigestion. I was advised to try Dr. A. V. Chase's Nerve Pills and got a box of the pills at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. Now my nerves are steadied the dizziness relieved I am not now bothered with those racking headaches and my di gestion is good. I can recommend this medicine very highly as a splendid nerve tonic." REDUCED PARES For Xliank solving: Day Trip Via Pennsylvania Lines. For the accommodation of persons wishing to make Thanksgiving Day trips, excursion tickets will be sold 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 2Sth, good returning until Nov. 29th, inclusive. Special rate tickets will also be sold for students and instructors of colleges, semi naries and universities going home to spend Thanksgiving holiday vaca tion. For rates, time of trains, etc., apply to nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines. It has endured the storms of i.nita t'on and competition, yet stands like the pyramids unshaken in the love and confidence of the people. Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Med icine Co. 35c. Ask your druggist, What's Your Face Worth? Sometimes a fortune, but never, if you have a sallow complexion, a jaun diced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin, all signs of Liver Trou ble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion. Only 25c at A. G. Lu ken & Co. 's drug store. Low Rates to Cincinnati via the C, R. & M. On account of the National Vehicle and Implement exhibit to be held in Cincinnati November 18th to 23d, the C, R & M. has made a reduced rate of one fare for the round trip of $1.95. For further information call ob C. A. Blair, Tel. 44. City Ticket Agent. Astounding: Discover-. From Coopersville, Mich., comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one troubled with a bad cough always ensures a good night's rest. "It will soon cure the cough too," writes Mrs. S. Himelburger, ' for three gen erations of our family have used Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion and never found its equal for coughs and colds." It's an unrivaled life saver when used for desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1 at A. G, Luken & Co.'s. Trial bottles free. S.K.MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate, Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work . . . A piece to buy a botr e ss jcv jy izj O. B. MORGAN- "Trectieal Plumber and Gas Fitter, 8tb and N. K Sta.. Richmond. Ind- A BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Son. Wettcott Block:. 'his shaped box- SCORE EVERY TI The reason why Dr. A. V. Chases Neive P lis reach the great mass of hu human ills where others fail, is because this phenomenal!)- brilliant phytic aa saw the tendency of the sge to hurry, to overdo, to overstr-in, to neglect one's self Realized it niant nerve exhaustion, nerve collapse, and provided a curr Knew thar the first slight symptoms weariless, disinclinati n to woik, fl.gging appetite and loss of energy would pass unnoticed Krew they wruld grow into a settled depression, mental fogsines, iorgetlulress, dJI, persistent headaches, impaired digestion, restlessness, nervousness d zznes-, heart ir regularities and an inability to sleep and so cns.ructet? the Nerve P.lls that they meet the situati n fully not by whlp;irg or summation, bit by he common sense plan r f supp'ying to the nerves and tis'u that wh ci toly ha robbed them of. Under their splendid re inv;goiatir g power one rest, one sleeps, the nerves gn w quiet and steady, the heart action string and regul r, digestion perfect, the miud clear and the bx!y strong nJ vi.;orcus. VV. Chase on each box. N. Y. Price 50 cents Mr. O. H. Fouts of 15 ltb st.. Rich mond, Ind., says: "1 was a great suffer er from indigestion, nervousness and diz ziness. I heard of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills and thought I would try them. I got a box of the pills at A. G. Luken 's drug store. Now I can say my nerves are steadied, and as a result my digestion is greatly improved, and I am relieved of those dizzy spells. I consider these pills a snlendiii nerve medicine and can rec- ommend them very highly." FOR SALE BY A. G. LUKEN CO. IF YOU TOT Toe Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buflalo. Boston and New York Take the C. R. & M. via. Muncle. The C. R. & M. train leaves Rich mond at 5:45 p. m everyday except Sunday, makes close connection with the magnificent 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 Grand Central station, New York City, 42nd street and 4th avenue at 6 p. m., 23 hours from Richmond. Reidston Dairy. Reidston Dairy is now delivering milk to its customers morning and enintr, it being impossible to reach its patrons by morning de livery. We are determined to ac commodate our customers and fur nish them the best article of pure milk and cream morning or evening as they prefer. All societies giving dinners and suppers where the proceeds are de voteJ to charitable purposes will be furnished mil'' free of charge by making application. Reidston milk has no water to in crease the bulk, to enable us to sell cheap. We deliver it in its natural purity. Home telephones, number 1349 361 139 904 F. nov22d30t Beautifving methods that injure skin and health are dangerous. Be beautiful without discomfort by tak ing Rocky Mountain Tea. Sunshiny faces follow its use. 35c. Ask your druggist. Tot Causes Night Alarm. "One night my brother's baby was taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it seemed it would strangle before we could get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's New Discovery, which gave quick relief and permanently cured it. We always keep it in the house to protect our children from croup and whooping eouh. It cured me of chronic bronchial trouble that no other remedy would relieve." In fallible for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. 50c at.d $1. Trial battles free at A. G. Lukea & Co.'s drug store. Spreads Like Wildfire: When things are "the best" thev become "the bot selling-.' Abraham Hare, a leading druggist of Belle ville, O.. writes: "Electric Bitters ! are the best selling bitters I have handled in 20 years."' You know why? Most oiseases begin in disor ders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bow els, blood and nerves. Electric Bit ters tones up the stomach, regulates liver, kidnevs, and bowels, purifies j the blood, strengthens the nerves, i hence cures multitudes of maladies, j It builds up the entire system. Puts ; new life and vigor into any weak man or woman. Price 50 cents. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., druggist. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured In Three Days. Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind., says: "My wife had inflammatory rheumatism in every muscle and joint; her suffering was terrible and her body and face were swollen al most beyond recognition :had been in bed for six weeks and had eight physicians, but received no benefit until she tried the Mystie Cure for Rheumatism. It gaye immediate re lief and she was able to walk about three days. I am sure it saved her life." Sold by A. G. Luken fc Co., druggie ts, Richmond. 2 IE a box at dealers or Dr. A. W. Chase Mr. Frank Hartzler, 117 north 20th St., Richmond, Ind., sajs: "For a long time I have been a sufferer from severe nerv ousness' which made me feel weak. I got a box of Dr. A. V. Chase's Nerve Fills, and after taking one box of the pills I can say my nervous system has been built up, and I feel strong and well again. I consider these pills an excellent nerve tonic nnd health builder." Snails Arc Queer Crentnrea. The snail is found everywhere. 3.332 species being known, serving in France as an Important item of diet and in this country an attractive inhabitant of the fernery. Some of the large trop ical snails, as buliinas. form nests of leaves, their eggs being as large as a pigeon's. The snail is extremely skillful lr. mending its shell, and some curious ex periments may be tried with them Thus I have seen a helix of a yellow species attached to another shell of a reddish hue by cutting off the top whirl of the latter, when the snail will pro ceed to weld the two shells together and occupy both, using the addition as a door and possibly wondering at this sudden extension of its house. In the winter some of the snails hi bernate or lie dormant until warm weather, just as the snakes do in Cali fornia. A snail of the Philippine Is lands has a facufty of throwing off its tail when seized. This is ako true of a West Indian variety stenophus. Spiders' Web. The webs of those spiders which spin snares out of doors, as the geometrical garden spider, are formed of two sorts of silk, one of which is used for the main cables and the radiating threads, the other for the concentric threads. The latter are thickly studded with minute globules of a viscous substance, which retains the fly. gnat or moth that may blunder against them, whila the former are quite dry and harmless. A third kind of silk is produced by the busy little spinner when some such large insect as a wasp has become en tangled in the web and threatens tc break the delicate structure in its strug gles. This takes the form of an envel oping mass, which Is suddenly produc ed and which effectually prevents any further gyrations on the part of the captured insect. Cornhill Magazine. A Giant Tree. Near Dakar, in lower Senegal, Is an enormous baobab tree whose trunk measures fully seventy-five feet In cir cumference at the base. The fruit of the baobab, which grows abundantly in Senegal, is called "monkey bread." It Is used by the natives for curdling milk and as a specific fr certain dis eases. Decoctions of the dried leaves are also used as medicine. From the bark strong cords are made, and the gum that exudes from it is employed as a salve. The root of the young bao bab fs sometimes eaten by the natives. A Honehold Sandltas. A sandbag is a very useful thing tc have in the house. Iry the sand thor oughly in the oven and then make a r.;i!i!H-l bag about eiizlit inches square. lt it wirh the s:H,d. sew up the own ing rarefnlly and eover the bag with cotton r linen. This will prevent t lit sand fr;.ni sifting out and will ailow of the b;icr being quickly heated when re quired by placing it in the oven. Sand holds heat n long time and is softer t; the feet of an invalid than the ordinary hot water bottle. The Artichoke. The artichoke has nothing to do wiit art or the choking of it. The artichoke is an innocent vegetable, known to th Arabians as the ardischauki. or earth thorn. The Jerusalem artichoke was never seen near Jerusalem. It first name is a corruption of the Italian gi rasole. which means turning tothesuu It is a species of sunflower, bearing 8 tuber like that of a iotato. j Tried to Improve. A little irirl who made frequent ns of the word "jEruess" was corrected for it and told to say "presume instead A lady frieud. noticing the admirable set of the little pirl's apron, asked something in regard to the pattern. "Mamma don't cut my dresses an' aprons by a pattern. said the small lady. "She just looks at me au pre sumes r Excursion to Chicago via. Pennsylvania Lines. December 2d, 3d and 4th, low fare excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines, account National Livestock Exposition, valid returning' until December 8th. For particulars see Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. Fortosoea-e ii0,.i cioekin. It is the fashion for PorttisTlPM clocks to strike the hour trice over. Heaven only knows why. for certainly the people are not so keen aUmt the profitable ue of their time that they require to b rt -mi sideil thus of its flight. The habit is ant to be irritat'mr. J especially in the night. w!i y-v:r bo 1. I likes enough a straw matt res- jr.j-i s; bran pillow, chauees M be iu-;.r one f j these monsters which l.;i -s its t :-.-r aud twenty struUe at nstthii'ut. with j a pause between ti e :itens wT.'vh merely stimulates expectation, tf there I are five clicks in te eiaUS!.t;!,-!t. all j with sonorous works and the supivtsS i tion is reasonable t! ey wP,L f course. differ widely, so that tvf::ty-fiur tuny be striking, with intervals, duriug a maddening half hour. You may hapH'U to want to know badly w-Luh one of the monsters is the least mendacious, aud the bells at your bed head communicate with two serv ants, one a Oall g and the other a Portuguese. In such a ease Hug for the despised stranger without hesitation. He will tie with you iu a minute, fresh and smiling, though half naked, ami if he distrusts his own judgment about the clocks lie will uot mind sarins so and hasten to awaken the landlord himself rather than that you should remain in doubt. I regret to add that his more conceit ed fellow servant will more probably say whatever first comes to his tongue, more heedful of his owu comfort than of your desires. Chambers Journal. The I.a.t Gladiatorial Combat. Gladiatorial games were prohibited by an edict of the Emperor Constan tine in A. I. 325, but from some cause, probably the loudly expressed disap probation of the people, the edict was allowed to fall into disuse, and its pen alties were never visited on its vio lators. Imring the reign of Houorius the defeat of the :oths iu Italy was celebrated by games, but in the midst of the rights in the amphitheater of Vespasian a monk uaiued Telemachus found his way into the arena aud part ed the combatants with a large pro cessional cross. The jMipulace swarmed over the bar ricades and tore the monk to pieces, but the moral effect of the heroic act was permanent, and in A. 1. 404 au imperial edict alH!ished gladiatorial spts in the Coliseum and shortly aft er throughout the Roman empire. The tight stopped by Telemachus was the last iu the Coliseum, aud that structure is now consecrated to the honor of Telemachus and the Christian martyrs who perished in the persecutions by Nero and other emperors. Tno C ruel I'anlihnmti. The gantlope, or gantlet, was mili tary and naval punishment for theft. A man had to run the gantlet of a long file of his fellow soldiers, each provided with a switch, and to prevent the sinner going too rapidly and to see that no man, impelled by motives of friendliness or kindness, failed to strike hard, a sergeant walked backward, fac ing the said sinner, with a halberd pointed at the hitter's breast. After a lengthy experiment this was found to be inconvenient and degrad ing, so recourse was had to another method, a variety of the same species of torture. The offender was tied to ; four hallerds, three in a triangle and a fonrth across. The regiment or com pany then filed off. the eat-o'-nine-taila was placed in the hands of the first man, who gave the culprit a lash and passed on. handing the cat to the sec ond, who also gave a lash, and so the game went merrily on until the offense bad been expiated. London Graphic. rata. There are two curious things about cats that are not generally known. Yellow hairs, however few in number, always indicate the female. No male ever had the slightest tint of yellow. That is one curiosity, and the other is that a blue eyed cat is always deaf. To be sure, blue eyed cats are scarce, and it is possible that some deaf cats may not be blue eyed; but wherever you find a blue eyed cat that feline is absolutely incapable of hearing thun der. Ancient Bnildera. In Lahore there is or was a massive building made only of bricks and mor tar, but the builders, who erected it in about "'2') H. C. understood their busi- j ness so well that the fabric defied the ; engineering efforts of four successive j governments to remove it. India, too. j can show plastered buildings white and j shiny like marble and as smooth and , polished as g'ass. j Beat l a on Time. "Oh. come now. I s'y!" exclaimed the ; Britisher. "You must admit we're j ahead of you in a grite many w'ys." j "lu one great particular I admit you arc." said the Yankee. S "And that isr" j "Time. It's S o'clock in Indon, and it's only 3 here." Philadelphia Record. Juvenile Hrasonlnar. ?Ir. Wise Johnny, can you tell me j why the little hand on my watch goes faster than the bijr one? j Johnny (after mature reflection t Papa, isn't it for the same reason that j I have to run when I go walking with you? Exchange. Not f eglected. Dobbs Yon ought to do something for that cold of yours. A neglected cold often leads to serious consequences. Mobbs This one is not neglected. Four or five hundred of my friends are looking after It. Ifew Attraction. Towne I i?ee Cayman had to pay Miss Koy $25,000 for breach of prom ise. Browne Yes, and now he's trying to marry ner for her raoDey. Philadel phia n 77w SPORTING WORLD The coach Is always one of the caost lmiorta:it factors in developing a win ning football team. lu the college ; world large salaries are iaiJ to play- ; ers of fame f r their sorvkvs during the whole or part of the pigskin chas lng season. 'Iteef" HeEfelfinger. now one cf the coaches cf the Yale eleven, is c.:e of the best judges of gridiron play in ihr country. He is looked up to as a son of demigod by tSiis year's New Haven team, and whatever "lVi f says .. Heffelfinger was a guard at Yale in lSS".-!"-"-!'!. During those three years Le was the best man iu the position ic "BEEF" HEf FELFIXOER, THE FAMOCS TALE COACH. the college arena. Heffelfinger held a position on the All America teams of lSsa-tHi-01 aud was associated with such famous players as tJilh Slagg, Mc Clung. llartwell and Iliukey or Yale, Chanuing. Ames, Riggs, llomans and King of Princeton. Lee. Hallowell, Newell and Lake of Harvard aud Adams of the University of Pennsyl vania. Heffelfinger gives his attention espe cially to the Hue men. He is peculiarly fitted to instruct the center men iu the possibilities of their positions, and to his efforts are due the extremely cred itable performances of the Eli guards and center during the season now clos ing. Anto RaelaK Records. The breaking of automobile records is getting to be an almost daily occur rence, and the minimum time in which a high geared, many horsepower ma chine can circle a mile track Seems to be still unfixed. Within a month the record has been lowered several times, and a machine now that cannot whirl the distance in at least a minute and a quarter need not hope to wia in the race. The contests for lower record have been intensified by the interna tional element entering into the siort by the hot rivalry between French and American makers. Until recently it was necessary in order to get a really fast machine to go to the foreign mak ers. 1 The two chauffeurs who have been most prominent in the automobile world lately are A. C. Bostwick. the young millionaire sportsman, who is one of the vice presidents of the Auto mobile Club of America, and Henri Founder, the well known French chauf feur, who won the long distance race from Paris to Berlin this year and who has won many competitions on this side of the water. Founder was the mentor of William K. Vanderbilt, Jr in the sport, and Vanderbilt has been his companion in some of bis most sen sational rides. World's Tnrf Bodies Agrree. That an agreement between the leading horse racing bodies of Eng land and the United States of Ameri ca will be made, whereby the authori ties of the turf will have control of all racing affairs, has been settled beyond the shadow of a doubt by the recent statement made by August llelmont, one of the organizers of the Jockey Club of America and Tor several terms president of that organization. S .Mr. lielmont is now iu England and j has had important conferences with j the authorities of the English turf. He j also visited France, where he talked i with the leading mm in French rue- f ing affairs and. as was stated after ward by French turf writers, induced the French Joek.y club to agree to an arrangement whereby the relations be tween the French and the American turf shall be reciprocal. Mr. I'.clmont saw the English turf authorities on the same matter and from all reports obtained an agreement on the subject. When 6een, be declin ed to talk further than to state that be bad discussed turf affairs with the of ficials of both the English and the French turf and that they had dis played the most friendly spirit toward the Jockey Club of the United States. Fiercest Baseball War. President Watkins of Indianapolis has been through several baseball wars, but he thinks the present struggle the fiercest he has ever known. He is as tounded at the prices the American: league people are paying the National league stars they have claimed to have under contract. Trottlaar Board of Apnea Is. The next regular meeting of the board of appeals of the American Trot ting association will be held at the Auditorium hotel. Chicago, Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 10 a. hi. . . Ths Care that Cures v Coughs, Colds, p Grippe, Whopping Couch, Attim, Se Bronchftts and Incipient ? Consumption. ' Tue German remedy" AK CATARRH DRUC5G1ST KOK IO ( KT TRIAL SIZK Ely's Zmm Balm Gives Relief at nee It ctn?, ttoothe hi-i the diHj mem hrmne. It urs caturrh till arive away a coid a- a m a "'l?:.!, ,UK hl- l!C0LD H EA0 Bala ud protects the membrane. Bi-wtore the sen a ot Tasi and Smell 1-nrije sue Sue Trinl Rin- 1'-, 11 Cruarajista or by mail ELY BROS., 6 u srrea t.. .New York. FOUND AT LAST A remedy pat op in losengerform maa as pleas ant to take as its name would imply and a pos tive core for Constipation, whether obstinate oa occasional, alao Sick Headache .Sallow Complcs Ion, Jaundiced Byes. Offensive Breath. Torpid t and Sluggish Liver ami Biliousness. C. E. Carta's Laxativ. Choeolatat will positively cure any of he above conditions. It is pleasant to the tase f ad a purely vegetable laxative with no bad after-effects, nor pain, nor a-ripina;. It is essentially n ecessa ry to good health that the Liver and Bowels be kept in clean, regular end healthy condition, and Car ter's Laxative Chocolates will aid nature In the proper dischara-e of her duties, and prevent any more serious complications which might arise from lack ot attention. It la invaluable foe Children and very delicate Women, and has ne nauseous or objectionable taste. PRICE, 25 AND 60 CENTS. The SOe. bos ccstains two and one-half times the quantity of the 25c. size. C- E. CARTER CO- 71 W. Jacksoa St. CHICAGO. Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co., wholesale drutrpist0, 628 aud 630 Main street, Richmond, Ind., ard Charles L. Magaw, drugjrist, 201 Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind, 8SAUTY, M GOHQUERGIi BELLA VITA Vrseuir 8aut? TnuUu muQ. PUje v cli -"X?? :-.j. - 't lny tio ' -i ' mi ft cm ir i I i' it . -r. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. , Main street, and Curme & Co., 415 north eighth street, Richmond Good Friends, don't you think it's about time you jrave us a call? We have everything in harness and harness furnish ings, and you will always find onr good the best and our prices the lowest fot the best goods, we are selling a first class horse blanket at 75c to $6,609 THE WIGGINS CO. Mew Phone 758. 608 MAIN ST H.H.Meerhoff SANITARY rJLU3IIJLNO Steam and Hot Water Heating: SEWERAGE, ETC See us for Estimates. Phono 4fi. ft 8 Ninth Preserve Your ft ClOtheS . Oar method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry s olicita your work, confident in his abil ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning also dose here. I J tagPg'