DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALBH, OBSSOI?, THURSDAY, OOXOBEB 27, 1004.
Great Rapid Transit
jon's Leading House
Now York, Oct. 27.-Thc Rapid
Transit rnilwny, tho subway, as It is
popularly known, and the most collos
sal undertaking of its kind in the
world's history, was formally opened
today with imposing ceremonies. The
exercises took placo under tho point
auspices of the Intorborough company
and tho board of aldermen. Tn City
Hall park, where the great downtown
terminal is located, and whero the
first spadeful of earth wns turned, the
principal ceremonies of the day took
place shortly before noon. Tho park
and city hall were lavishly decorated.
Bishop Potter opened the ceremonies
with prayer, and was followed by an
nddress by Alexander E. Orr, presi
dent of the Rapid Transit commission,
who turned tho subway over to the
city. Mayor McCIellnn accepted the
trust, and then turned tho road over
to August Belmont, president of the
Interborough company, who also made
a brief address. Archbishop Farley
closed tho ceremonies.
At 1 o 'cluck llm first train was
started over the road, operated by
Mayor McClellnn in person. Bands of
music were stationed at all tho prin
cipal stops along the route. Included
among tho passengers on the first trnin
wero the city officials, officials of the
Interborough company, n largo party
of distinguished engineers and other
invited gflests. Promptly at midnight
tho road will bo opened to tho general
public. That part of tho road that
will bo operated for tho present in
cludes the wholo of tho main lino from
City Hall park to tho Ilnrlem river to
traffic within a month or so, and nlso
tho cast side branch to the Brnnx.
Tlio great subwny today consists of
21 miles of railroad under tho city's
teeming streets. Tho actual work of
construction has tnken just four years
and the cost has exceeded $30,000,000.
When tho entire system is complete it
will enable ono to travel from the
limits of Brooklyn to the northermost
jend of Manhattan entirely under-
j A dazzling nrray of facts and figures
tell tho story of tho building of the
mammoth underground road. For in
stance, more than 3,000,000 cubic yards
of dirt and rock wero blasted and dug
from tho streets of tho crowded city.
To tear away tho rock, 000,000 pounds
.oi uynnnme wero used, isiovcn thou
sand men wero employed in tho work,
and of tliirt number several hundred
lost their lives through nceidont, pre
mature explosions, cave-in and falling
I It is entlmated that the road will
carry 115,000,000 passengors a year.
Tho faro is 0 conts. When tho ex
tension to Brooklyn, under tho Knst
river, has beon completed, it is osti
'mated that the road will carry 200,
000,000 passengers a year.
I Express trains will run through the
subway at the rate of n milo n minute
for the benefit of tho long hauls from
tho Bronx to tho busiost Bootlons of
tho city below Fourteenth street. Lo
,cal trains will stop nt all of tho un
derground stations, overy half dozen
blocks along the routo. Tho tunnel
is vontilated by a system of electric
fans, and illuminated tho entire route
by inenndosoont lights.
A 'trip through the great tunnel is
all that is necessary to convince one
of itH entire security. White enameled
briokg wall up the sides to a bricked
nrch overhead. Kvervthing olso is of
stono and steel and heavy plate
'glaw nt tho stations to let tho, light
in from tho streot ovqrliead. It would
vw j'wtw tut tunnoivr m uj
cur whero ovorythiug is as now and
strong and perfect, apparently, as it
is within- the power of mnn to con
trive. The pneumatic blook system is
pronounced by oxperts to bo tho most
wonderful thing of its kind in the
world, and it is caloubitcd to make
The ears have steel bottoms, oopper
sheathed sides, and there is very lit
tle wood in their eenstructlon. The
lighting system is entirely separate
from the power plant that will move
the trains by means of the third ralL
Tho route of the main line is up
Fourth avenue to Forty-soeond street,
then up Broadway until One Hundred
ami Fourth street is reaahed. There
it branches into two sections. The
first continue straight out Broadway
to Kingsbridge, a distance of more
than 14 miles from Battery park. Tbe
seeend section runs east, cutting off
a wild rek earner of General park,
then north through Lenax avenue and
on to the borough of tbe Bronx.
Can be Cured with
Dr. Miles' Anti-
If your nerves are subject to disturb
ances, such as Headaches, Neuralgia.
Backache, Rheumatism, Menstrual
Tains, Sleeplessness, etc., their Jarring
and jangling can be quickly ended with
a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Till.
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills aro pleas
ant little pink tablets, which do not act
on the bowels, nor do they have any
disagreeable weakening; or habit-form-lng
effect on the system.
They are tho result of the latest scien
tific knowledge on tho subject of Pain,
and bring relief safely and quickly to
the greatest sufferer.
Tou should always keep a box of Dr.
Miles' Antl-Paln Pills In tho house, since
you never know when pain may attack
you, and It Is wrong to suffer when your
suffering can be so quickly relieved.
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills contain no
opium, chloral, cocaine, morphine, or
similar drugs, and are sold by druggists
under a guarantee to relieve you, or
pay your money back.
By relieving Pain. Dr. Miles' Antl
Paln Pills shorten suffering, and length
en life. 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
"I have used Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln rills
when troubled with headache, and And
that one pill Infallibly effects relief In a
very short time. I also use Dr. Miles'
Nerve and Liver Pills when necessary,
I am considerably nfnicted with neural
gia of the head and find these pills of
much benefit to mo. They aro all that
is claimed for them." aEOnCJE COL
GATE, 219 Oakland St, San Antonio,
TP'D'Ii',P Write to us for Free Trial
XbXij Package of Dr. Miles' Antl
Paln Pills, the New Scientific Remedy
for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our
Specialist will diagnoso your case, tell
you what Is wrong, and how to right It,
Free. DR. MILES MHDICAL CO.,
LABORATORIES, KI.KM.UtT, itiO.
Weak, Nervous People.
We have received letters from nil
parts of tho U. S. highly recommend
ing Dr. Gunn's Blood & Ncrvo Tonic,
until tho faith wo had in tho remedy
tins been fully sustained. We bnd
confidence from tho very beginning
that this medicine Bbould mako cures,
but lacked that assuranco that comes
nfter many successful trials. Now
thnt wo havo been upheld in our be
lief we wnnt to impart o others our
confidence. Xervous and unsteady
people, weak, ficshlcss people, pimply,
pale, or sallow peoplo, aro all victims
of weak, watery blood. Mako now,
rich blood, to bo forced through the
system by tho way of tho arteries,
nnd disease ennnot remnin. This Tonic
cures disease by giving you strongth to
resiBt it. All druggists sell it for 75c
per box, or 3 boxes for $2. Tho tub
lets nre to take nfter each meal, They
turn tbe food you cat into rich rod
blood. Persons who take this Tonic
gnin in good solid flesh from 1 to 3
lbs. per week.
For salo by Dr. C. S. Stono, druggist
War Makes Carpets Dearer.
New York, Oct. 27. An advnnco in
tho price of carpets is cxpoctcd in n
tew dnys ns a direct result of the
KuHsn-Jupnncso wnr. Tho war has
forced tho prico of carpet wools so
high that tho manufacturers havo been
making goods at a loss for soiuo timo,
Ituasm and China aro tho two great
sources of supply for carpot wools,
both countries huvo been denuded
practically of their supply. Ituxsin
has tnken her own wool for clothing
her soldiers, nnd Japan hat) bought up
all the available Chinese supply. What
is left has, advanced in prico until it
is almost on n lovel with tho lino cloth
ing wools, and in addition to this the
increased valuation has put it into a
elusti paying much highor duty,
State of Ohio, City of Toledo!
Frank J. Cheney make oath that
ho is sonior partner of tho firm of F.
J, Cheney & Co., doing businoss in the
City of Toledo, County and State
aforeMiid, and thnt said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and overy case ' of
Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presence, this 0th day of Decern
ber, A. D., 1880.
(Seal) A. W. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nelly, and acts directly on the blood
and raueous surfaces of tbe system,
sead for testimonials free.
F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
Notice to tho Public.
All persons are warned not to pay
any money due to mo in matters grow
ing out ef tbe McNary estate to E. M.
Croiuti. or anyone else, without my
authority, nor to allow them to eon-
tract any debts in my name nor for
anyoae to pay tbem any money for me
er oa my account A. A. II 'NARY.
Bun tie IMabdYwtoitJilwrtBetfJit
One Day Only, Oct. 29
Cot Price oa Brooms
On next Saturday we will sell a first-class Broom, such, as
other dealers sell for 25c, hut out regular 20c Broom, at
JOc Each 10c
Only one Broom sold to any one customer. Remember the
day and don't fail to get a broom at one-third price.
Hereafter this store will have a special cut twice sale on I
some article every Saturday. Watch for it. . .
Remembety-- 25c Boom iot f 0c.
NEXT TO CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK.
When Your Cold Catches You
It la not a "little thing." It's a deadly thing. It
will not "get well by itself" if you let it alone. Whiskey
rnii quinine and such things brace you up for tho time, but
Uv don't cure you.
jlsk any intelligent doctor why you catch cold so
casir. He will say, "Because you arc a bit run down."
He i,4aus that the force which naturo placed in your body
to kai out diseaso germs tho resistive force is weak
ened. n. door is open a littlo way toward disease.
Thera is not a gravestone in any cemetery in tho world
caused by consumption or pneumonia or any lung trouble
whatever, which did not start with what you call "Noth
ing but a cold."
A cold should not be beaten back or drugged over it
should bo cured) and the general hoalth chould bo
should be taken at the first symptoms of cold. It is a tonic
for tho wholo body, a specific for sudden colds, coughs or
sore throats. It doesn't matter where the cold is or how it
got there, we know that Acker's JSugliNli Remedy
will reach it and cure it. It is sold on a positive guarantee.
NO CURE NO PAY. H you have a cold no
matter how slight it means something. Take Acker's
Eilgllftll Remedy at once. Keep it in the house. If
it docs not rclivo you almost instantly, wo will refund you
the price paid.
e'Acua's English Rkmidy saved my life. A cough, slight at first,
grew constantly worse and I finally bad to give up my work iu the Knife
Factory at Waidea, I bad frequent bleeding ipelli. Was eiamlned by
local doctors, prominent physicians in New York and at a Medical Co!
lege. They all pronounced my case hopeless. I began osing Aqkik's
English Ruudy and a few bottles cared me. I am today a perfectly
veil man." (Signed) A. . SIMPSON, Walden, N. Y.
Acker's Kj;IIsl Remedy is sold on a posi
tive guarantee that the purchase money will bo refunded in
cose of failure. 25c., 60c., and $1.00 per bottle. ,
, SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY DAN'L FRY, DRUGGIST, SALEM, OHKQON.
Meets In Springfield. mam of tho state eapitul. Tho mel
Bi.nnfjflold, III., Oet. E7.-The Cea . ws devoted enjlrely to tho bureau
tral Illinois Homeopathic Modieal so
eiety bold its twonty.secoud nnuual
weetieg iu Springfield today, the ft
mobs beiBg held to tbe wiprenie court
To St. Louis.
Tho Southern Puclflo havo wade edV
of medicine, of width Dr. W. K. Net dltlonal salo date for the sale Qtf
Wor, ef JJIeeralnjjton, is ehairmnu. world's fair ticket, as followst Oc
Tbe treatment ef tubereulesls was one toW 27tb, $Stb and 80th.
ef the jirlOMjxil matter discus. I W. K. COMAN.
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