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KIOTMOND DAILY rAIXADIUSr. MONDAY, JAXUABY 27, 1902.
TRUTH'S FAIR FACE in Lis, Brings Yea H-i f W P H fh p 2SP AS 1 - m This Er'Jro M-W V U 11 .Wi Cp& h&ll Got a r.Iuu When Cranborr? ;nkc Snvs (Jt ifiirin Papers. TIIHY oAV IT ISN'T 0 C "J O a ) liJil fi & t-'i- ka iiii ii V L& Fcruind by Nervous Diseases, Women fiad !r Celery K-'n tbe erft hrttiir-s tooSc lht frw. tbeir. frm j;u mi l utakea living a joyf-.il ex jut lotu-. Const! athm, l:cil! 1? ami stoma-h, 11 m : H?.-y dWKw :l vivid to U in:iueiHe 1 tiiis p-iid isi&ilciuo. Ce'.'-Ty X'n 1 a wtilhrly '!f.-.-i; mell inc. it iuid ia U.o. atutl i.v jckuiie I J And Vebster's Incyclopsetiic EicUosaryi YOU MUST ACT P53QE5P7LY. SJory Thiit Ci-nuaiiy Was the In siiiraur t" the liaa t Kui)'au liiter chtiou I5:ttr'y Denied. Tie Uli.-le Thin? 1 Afrilied la lietl in lo Attempt to Mar 1'riuce llturj's I'leasuie. XCcV Ji A ConEis'n of t ij-.ST Histciy. C23JT.. Out of Fill out and mail this coupon today for particulars about our GRAND OFFER. American Newspaper Ass'n 125 Sixth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. TO THE SOUTH. Take tne Florida Special (or Jackson ville. St. Angustlne and all Points Soutn via tne Popular C. R. 4 M. The C, R. & M. makes connections at Cincinnati with the Florida special, the through trains on the Cincinnati Southern. Sleeping car niwimmodations will be reserved on annlication. Connection is also nacie at Cincinnati with the Louis ville A Xasoville, through trains for Nasbviile, Birmicpha'n, Montgom ery, IVsacola, Mobile and New Special excursion rates are made to all southern winter resorts. One fare for the round trip will be made to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras, Feb. 2nd to 9lh. Iv A N. trains for the south, leav iri, Pinfinnati at 6 o'clock will be fceld for C, K- A M. passengers. For m . It - further mrormaiioa can on Chas A. BtAIR, Tel. 44 City Ticket Agent. To Cure a Cold in One Dat Take Laxative Bromo Qainine. A drujrgists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. 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Co.'s drug store. CANDY CATHARTIC. Genuine stamped C C C Never sold In bulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good." Says He Was Tortured. "I sutfered such pain from corns , could hardly walk," writes H. Rob inson, Hillsborough, HI., Vbut Buck len's Arnica Salve completely cured them." Acts like magic on sprains, bruises, cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers. Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed by A. G. Luken A Co., druggists. 25c. DON' TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your I Jfeawav! be made well, strong, maeuetjc full of new l'fr Jind -ngr by taking HO-TTO-BAC, that mukes weak men strong. Many gut tea poondt ten iara- Onr & 0 O m 0 OO cored. All dnuFjrMtv. Care mnrmnteed. Book let and advice, FREE. Address STERUNCl KJBMSOY CO, Clucaco or New YcTaT -n . r.m t!iis notle j i. ;ju. xa yenr RJ every o ILfe. ftine. Anatomy, A-i . , - ' . . ca oxa, -uw- ---- liaii Price course of reading on every branch of knowledge. 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The service the coming season will be daily except Sunday, ard the schedule will be about as follows: Leave Chicago 11:00 noon; Logans port, 3:10 p. m.; Kokomo, 3:43 p.m.: Elwocd, 4:18 p. m.; Anderson. 4:43 p. m.; Richmond, 6:00 p. m.; Eaton, Ohio, 6:25 p.m. , Hamilton, 7:05 p.m.; arriving Cincinnati 8:00 p. m., tak ing passengers through that city without change or transfer, and leaving Cincinnati 9:30 p. m. via Queen A Crescent route, arriving Cittico (Chattanoogo), 6:30 a. m. ; Atlanta, 10 35 a. m.; Macon, 1:00 p. m.; Jacksonville, 8:10 p. m.; St. Augustine, 9:30 p. m. next day. Returning the through sleeping cars for Chicago, Pittsburg and in termediate points via Cincinnati and i the Pennsylvania Lines will leave fet. Augustine, 8:15 a. m.; Jackson ville, 9:15 a. m. daily, except Sun day. For particulars about the through service communicate with local ticket agent of the Pernsylvania Lines or address W. W. Richardson, District Passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. 0:an NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION: im interested in your proposition relative to the distribution acyclopedia Britannica, and I should be pleased to have you information. M ime reet wn te jL mmm Freight pad. ff Health restoring, life renewing cordial, a tonic that fortifies the b-ain and stops the mine of decav. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. Ask your druggist. All Wlio Use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price, including spraying tube, 75cts. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., N. Y. New Orleans, Sept. 1, 1500, Messrs. Ely Bros.: I sold two bot ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer. Wm. Lamberton. 1415? Delachaise street, New Orleans; he 1 Das usea me two Domes, giving nim wonderful and most satisfactory re sults. Geo. W. McDcff, Pharmacist. What would you think of your grocery man if he sold you sand for sugar? What do you think of a druggist, who offers you a substitute for the Madison Medicine O.'s Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. C3 Bean tha SigBatax of T! Hird Yds Raw ANran The electric spark goes through every veiD and every nerve, A pleasant feeling creeps over the soul after .taking Rocky Mountain Tea, making young the aed and feeble. Ask your druggist. Energy all gone? Headache? Stomach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters will make a new man or woman of you. 1 BUM -A- III -v I 1 Berlin. Jan. 27. The German press throughout shows irritation over the alleged British attempts to throw sus picion on the policy entertained to ward the United States by Germany before the outbreak of the Spanish American war. Nearly all the Ger man newspapers regard these alleged attempts in the same light as does the Deutsches Tages Zeitung. Dwell ing upon the motives which actuated the interpellation of Henry Norman in the British house of commons Jan. 20. that paper says: In the London reports cabled to New York it is al leged that Germany was n.e instigator of a plan to bring about intervention by the European powers against the United States. This is a direct blow in the race of truth. But what of It? It might, perhaps, on the verge of Prince Henry's visit, create ill feeling in the United States, in which case the object underlying Mr. Norman's interpellation and the answer thereto of Lord Cranborne. as well as that of the inventions sent abroad by English newspaper agencies, would be ful filled." The National Zeitung con cludes a page editorial on the friend ship between the United States and Germany in these words: "The only object of the visit of Prince Henry to the United States is the cultivation of this sentiment. The German em peror could give the United States no better proof of the feelings and senti ments animating him and the German people in regard to the greatness and development of the Union as a civi lizing power, than in sending his brother there. Prince Henry goes, as it were, as the interpreter of German friendship for the United States. He is the first German prince from the old reigning house who treads the soil of the great republic, and un doubtedly his acquaintanceship with the most prominent men of the Union will exercise a beneficial effect upon national relations. "The visit of Prince Henry must dissipate all the foolish and malicious assertions of political antagonism be tween Germany and the United States and of German plans of conquest in the American sphere of influence, and instead thereof, strengthen and estab lish feelings of mutual recognition and equality of standing. No treaty or alliance between Germany and the United States is needed. Ever since the existence of the United States peace, friendship and trade inter course have prevailed between us. Prince Henry's trip shows that we wish to remain in the same relations in the future, and the reception which the people, the government and pub lic opinion are preparing for him on American soil, will give splendid proof that the Americans cherish sim ilar sentiments and hopes." Wales Is Treatetl Cnoly. Berlin, Jan. 27. Sunday passed without any disrespect being shown to the Prince of Wales, who arrived here Saturday evening to represent King Edward at the celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Emperor William today. German crowds have a too deeply abiding respect for royal personages and are too thoroughly po liced to ever jeer them. But in a city where the lifting of one's hat is as universal as ordinary civility, it was singular to see the passing crowds with never a hat raised, and to hear no murmurs of applause. Boer to I lie Kracue. Pretoria. Jan. 27. Colonel Wilson captured 20 Boers near Frankfort in Orange River Colony last Saturday. He was preparing at dawn the next day to move away with his captives when a superior force of Boers made a desperate effort to recapture the prisoners. A hot fight ensued, in which all but three of the prisoners escaped and in which a few men were killed or wounded on both sides. It Couldn't Proceed. Panama. Colombia. Jan. 27. A small gasoline launch belonging to the government and named, General Cam po, bearing important dispatches for the government general Castro, was sighted by the revolutionary fleet near Rio Grand off the coast of Agua Dnlce, southwest of Panama. Two shots were fired at the General Campo from the revolutionary gunboat Padilla, and the former was obliged to return here. A mammoth Cottonwood tree was cm a few days ago in the bottoms of the Little Wabash river in Illinois. It con tained 8.O0O feet of lumber. The tref was twenty-one feet in circumference, and a twelve foot log on the first liml cot 600 reet of merchantable lumber. When the tree was felled, the tallest man in the neighborhood conid not see over the logs as they lay on the ground. PUBLIC milQE Wa wish to acnonnea to the peopta. o this vicinity that we hm9 aoenred Lbo Ageozj for G. E. Carter's Catarrh Curo A poeiti.o euro for Nasal Catarrh, Cold In Um Head. Sore Throat. Inilaaaed a ad SweMra Tonsils. All Catarr bai IHroat Trochlea, Clogta Noatrlla. ExceaU" a Nasal rMscharrea. Macktac Cough. Dr,-CboKtac Feeling. This remedy has bean a airtial and instant'-wooa ancoeas. It is soothing in its action and - -aducea on ita first application a anowttion of htful relief kid benefit, instantly kills tiio baetarial Gem. wuich prodncfw Catarrh of the Head. Kose and Throat, and eventually loads to aoeh aerions troob!es as Asvlima. Coos.- iptkn. La rr otitis, bronchitis, and many o'.-rr isseasee loo laa erona to mention. Can e and by the mart oelicate persons er children without humtul 31 uauseoua results. PRICE 60C. AND St.OO. The $1.00 aize contains two and ene-ha!! times the quantity of the SOo. Rise. C E. CARTER a CO.. 71 Jaekaaa SL. CHICACO Trade supplied by A. G. Luken A Co., wholesale druggists, 628 aLO 630 Main street, Richmond, Ind., and Charles L. Magaw, druggist, 201 Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind. (SAP "I tWM MlBf f AtTAKmMwM a mild nri efftotiv laxative Um-v art itn.uy won derful. Mr tt.uiclMr aixl 1 were bottM-reo wllb nek stomtt'b ind our brvath was erjr hail After taklnn few ! of ('ajtrttrela we bare ioiroveil wooderf ully. The are a Kreal beli Ib tbe family." W I II KI M i m IS a; T.I.. 1i:C Kittulouhe fSt . CiucuinaM, Ohio. CANDY VMAOt I Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Gml. P bood, Mover sicken. Weaken, or Ont. loc, tic. &e ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... m Hrmrly Ctrnfmr, t'klran. lalML rm S. aif M.Tn.RA ft t,cM mrutmil by all drvf DON'T BE FOC iD! 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