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niCHMOyP DAILY PAIXAPrPlX TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1901.
Which? Wet" Mince Meat is sold from open pails or mussy tubs, ex posed to dirt and dust or worse. None Such Mince Meat "Sock f : is compressed and sold in dainty, air-tight, water-proof cardboard cartons. Each ioc. package is juicy, meaty, fruity and wholesome and it will make two LARGE pies or three ama.ii pies, also Fruit Cake or Pudding. Clean Honest Economical Beware of "other" package goods insist on getting None-Such. If your grocer should not keep it, we will tell you one that does. flERRELL-SOULE CO., Syracuse, N. Y. " FAINTED ADD FEU. UPON 1 HOT STOVE." Under that headline the morning papers recently told the story of an un fortunate woman who was badly burned. She was subject to fainting fits, and had often fallen to ' the floor unconscious. But this time she happened to be at work In the kitchen, and was in the very act of placing a dish upon the cook stove when she fainted and fell forward, badly burning herself before help arrived. The person who is subject to fainting fits is not only in a miserable but a dan gerous condition. There is always the possibility of being overtaken by the malady under circumstances which may result in a catastrophy similar to that of the woman who fell upon the stove.,,, There are great many women who are subject to fainting " spells," and there is not one of them who would not be grate ful for a means of cure. MEN DON'T FAINT. As a rule men do not faint. Starting with that proposition it suggests at once that the frequency of fainting among women must be to a great degree a mat ter of sex. If we follow this clue a step farther we shall find that in general 'women who faint are afflicted with womanly diseases and when these dis eases are cured there are no more faint ing "spells." " I feel it my duty to write to you and let you know how much your medicine has done for me," writes Mrs. Wm. Hackett, of Breesport, Chemung Co., N. Y. " It is one of the best that I ever wed in my life. Before I began, to use vour medicine it seemed as though I wonhl never be well again. .Could not walk to my neighbors, could not stand on my feet five minutes without faint ing. Would have a vomiting spell that wonld last three hours at a time. My limbs would tremble so I could not even 'wait on myself. Then I had a severe time with chronic inflammation of the liver, then uterine trouble, then heart disease. I had five of the best physicians that could be found. They said to my friends, there is no help for her. One said I could not live the winter out, one told me that if I got temporary relief that was all that could be done. My mother said to me one day when she was there. Do vou know you cannot get well ? I told' her I did. She said, What are vou going to do about the babv ? Do vou want me to care for her or some "one else? It seemed as though she had pierced me with a sword, to think of leaving my little girl with out a mother, it seemed as though I could not stand it, and when my friends were telegraphed to that I was dying, and seeing them weep by my bed, that seemed as though I could never stand to hear them repeat that they would take EVERYBODY GUESS - - - Anyone guessing nearest the number of seeds in the pumpkin ia our j window will receive free the elegant new - HERMETIC FAVORITE STOIIE. Each purchaser of any article in our store is entitled to a guess, acd another fcr each 25c purchase additional. Peter Johnson care of the baby and give her a goat. home.' I think if ever any one has been through with such a terrible thing they can sympathize with me. While taking the first two bottles of your Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Medical Discovery ' I seemed to be get ting worse. The next two made me feel so well that I could do my work and be real jolly. , With the next two I felt like a new being. I have packed and moved twenty miles, and papered three large rooms and a bedroom alone, besides doing my work. I have worked in my garden and picked up about four bushels of chestnuts this fall. I do hope that everyone who is suffering will try Dr. Pierce's medicines. Do not be dis couraged if the first you take makes you feel worse but keep right on and you will be surprised at the result." XHJS WAY TO BE WEII. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well. It estab lishes regularity, dries the drains which weaken women, heals inflamma tion and ulceration and cures female weakness. Wh en the womanlv health is established, fainting, headache, dizzi ness, and all the other maladies which have their cause in womanly weakness and disease, are entirely cured. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is essential ly and particularly a woman's medicine. It has perfectly and per manently cured the most complicated womanly diseases when all other means and medicines had failed to give more than temporary relief. " I suffered intense agony at times both in mind and body for about twenty years," writes Mrs. M. A. Farrington, of Milford, Pr. fid ward Co., Ont box 21) " My Buffering was caused by uterine trouble. I had doctored a great deal but they did not tell me my trouble until I got so bad from dizziness that I could scarcely walk across the floor. Then I went under treatment but it only gave me temporary relief ; tried a sup port for a while, but gave it up because it did not do me much good. Had female weakness, retroversion, inflamma tion, ulceration, displacement, with great nervous debility and terrible headaches until it seemed as though I would go out of my mind. Had weak spells with some ovarian trouble, in fact more misery than I can express. I thank God that he has directed me to take Dr. Pierce's medi cine and I firmly believe it the best medicine made for all such troubles. Can recommend it to all who suffer as I did. I took six bottles of 'Favorite Prescription, one of Sage's Catarrh Remedy, also used one dollar's worth of special tablets, and took also Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. I have worked harder since taking his medicine than in ten years before. Have been moving and have done all my own work before and after, which I know was due to his medicine." WOMAN'S' OPPORTUNITY. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free, and so avoid the offensive examinations, indelicate ques tions and obnoxious local treatments which the home physician often deems necessary. All letters addressed to Dr. rierce are treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ASK FOR IT. A looS page book, free for the ask ing. You can get the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, the best medical book ever published, free, by sending stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for cloth bound volume, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Stove Store. H'RlNLErS- NAME Will lie. Fittingly Honored liy the l iiited States Coiijrress. FORMAL ACTION TAKEN' Resolution Looking ti a Formal Iiay Devoted to Enlojjy Have Been Adopted. j Initial Indication; Point to a Eas Time Ahead of LVlIth Congress. Washington, Dee. 3. Resolutions respecting the late President McKi ley were introduced in the house of representatives by Representative Grosvenor today, simultaneously with the introduction by Mr. Foraker in the senate, of the same resolutions, based upon whicn committees were appointed to arrange for a formal me morial service at a date yet to be announced. The reading of the pres ident's message, a lengthy documentv was received with formal attention in both branches. That congress will have a busy ses sion is demonstrated by the number of measures already Introduced. It is estimated by officials of the house that over 3.000 bills have already been Introduced. There was much rivalry for the honor of having Bill No. 1. no less than 15 members having asked for this precedence. The indications S3 SPEAKER HENDERSON. are that the bill of Mr. MoCleary re stricting the sale of oleomargerine will be so designated when the rec ords are made up. The bills took a wide range; the Pacific cable bills, by Representative Sherman of New York; Corliss of Michigan, and Jone . Washington, gave varjlng phages of this project, Mr. Jones proposing the northern route via Puget sound, with an appropriation of $8,000,000. Mr. Corliss proposing a government built and maintained route, and Mr. Sherman offering the plan allowing private participation in the enterprise. The opening day of the first ses sion In the house of representatives furnished a spectacle that delighted the crowded galleries. The machin ery of the bou3e is cumbrous, and is set In motion by a laborious process, but the spectators yesterday evidently did not consider it tedious, as they clung to their places through the en tire proceedings, which lasted four and one-half hours, probably half the time being consumed In the monoton ous calling of the rolL The organi sation of the house was accomplished according to time-honored precedents. Sneaker Henderson was sworn In by General Bingham, the "father of the house, and after delivering a very graceful speech in recognition of the honor bestowed upon him he in turn administered the oath to the members elect. The usual committees were ap pointed to inform the president and the senate that the house was organ ised and ready to do business, a com mittee of three, consisting of Messrs. Payne. Bingham and Richardson was appointed to join a similar committee of the senate and wait upon the presi dent and Inform him that congress was ready to receive any commaaai cation he might have to make, the rules of the last hous were aiopted after a slight jar, and then the bi ennial seat drawing occurred. This latter ceremony was robbed of much of its interest by the fact that under the new arrangement of seats there are more than enough to go round, and ttiose whose names are drawn last do not suffer as they did on formei occasions. The ower show which is Is the greatest feature of opening day, was not as imposing as usual. More flowers than ever before were sent to members, but after the seat drawing the house adjourned before a third of them were brought into the hall. Gnns Over to Burns. Flndlay, O.. Dec. 3. One hundred and fifty window glass workers of Flndlay yesterday deserted the anti Burns faction of the national organi zation and returned to the Simon Burns wing of that body. The more has caused a sensation in labor cir cles., as this has been a hotbed of opposition to Burns. Reached an Aereement. Copenhagen. Dec. 3. A Tull agree ment has been reached between Den. mark and the United States for th ! of the Danish West Indies. A sKi'.IOCS STUIGGLE Germany in the MmIsC of Severe v luternal Conflict. , Berlin, De.-. 3. Count Yon Bueow, the imperial chancellor, in introduc ing the greatest parliamentary strug gle that Germany has ever faced, yes terday counselled the members of the reichstag to moderation of language in tVe present tariff discussions, de claring that the eyes of the world were ufon them. Although this was Germany's alTuir. sa;d Count Von Bue low, it was necessary to maintain a resolute front to the other naticis cf ths world. Allusion was made to the United States in the course of the debates on the subject, and the name 'America" is likely to be yet more freely used by both sides to this controversy, which is moving Germany more deep ly than has any other civil question since the emergence of the empire. The tariff experiences of the United States and the pressure of American competition constitute rich min argument upon either Bide of the ques tion. "Brotwusher" (bread usury) or the raising of the price of bread, is to be the battleword of the manufacturing capitalists and the Socialists alike, who by a curious turn of politics, now unite in passionate opposition to a bill that primarily increases the cost of foodstuffs. Every individual small in terest throughout Germany that Is ad versely affected by the tariff bill is organized against this bill. Popular and irresponsible sentiment gathers around thee compact and highly or ganized fighting units. This opposi tion to the measure Is more powerfu outside than inside the German par liament. While the government Is aware and feels the opposition, it also recognizes and sees that the present period of industrial calamity in Ger many is an inopportune time to press a measure raising the cost of food. The government is so pledged to the agrarian party, so fully committed to the measure, that it feels it cannot recede therefrom or postpone its con sideration. Consequently the mini: try entered upon the debate yesterday determined to Bee the thing through, but with no cheerfulness of spirit. It is. believed that Germany is atout to enter upon as int n e a period of pol itical disturbance as existed in Great Britain during the corn law agitation. The Laudanum Itoute. Toledo, O., Dec. 3. Wilbur Clarke, for the past five years telegraph edi tor of the Times, committed suicide yesterday by taking laudanum. Last August while employed on a Buffalo paper Clarke was married to Miss Valeria Krieghoff of Detroit, but ow ing to her parents' objections she never lived with Clarke. Desponden cy due to his domestic troubles in duced Clarke to take his own life. He , was 27 years of age-and had worked on papers in Detroit, New York and Kansas City. Patbetic Hantlna Incident. Steffo was shot and instantly killed yesterday at her home on Sprlngle creek, about three miles from here, and Harry Kimball is probably mor tally wounded. He was starting hunt ing, and, it is supposed, shot Miss Steffo accidentally, then committed suicide. They were second cousins and the best of friends. St 'i dent Commits Suicide. Louisville, Ky Dec. 3. Fulton B. Harris, a student at the Louisville dental college, committed suicide yes terday afternoon at Eastern Park by shooting himself. He left letters to his mother and to a young woman at Carlisle, Ky., which, however, did not explain his act, though they indicated low spirits. Cbarcea Not Sustained. Auckland. N. Z., Dec. 3. The United States naval court at Tutuila, Samoa, has honorably acquitted Captain Ben jamin F. Tllley, the naval governor of Tutuila, of all the charges against him. No evidence to sustain these charges was presented to the court. Most Tell the Trntb. St. Louis, Dec. 3. The validity ol an insurance policy depends on the truthful answer to question propound ed by the company when application for insurance is made, according to an opinion handed down by the United States court of appeals. Cleveland Convaleeinar. Princeton. N. J., Dec. 3. E.x-Presi dent Cleveland is still gainfng strength, and it is but a question of a few days before he will be able to take his daily drive. TfeusK tkm;;i:ams King E.!ws-il will go to ( nnnp this winter. A man believed to be Pat Crowe ha brej arrested in Montana. A Coal Creek non-union miner's house wOi destroyed by dynamite. Three careoes of arms are about to leavt Ham bar? for (statb America. The condition of Henrik Ibsen, the Xorwegian novelist, is declared to be hopeless. American interest are said to have purrha.-ed a big Liverpool shipping company. Goodie, the Liverpool bank clerk, allesred to have participated in the recent robbery, bat been arrested. After the session of the snprente court on Monday a recess will be taken for four fti the ecurt to reconvene on Jan. 8. The Giwcnmr of the Panama say Colombia needs no help to maintain free trvnsit aervis the isthmn. and that the rebellion will soon be suppressed. The military anthorkihs have sentenced t ieath two more Filipino tor atrocious murder Iies;o de Guszman. an insurgent captain, and Felicitno Borja an insurgent. The monthly statement of tne pnblie debt sbowa that at the etoee of business Sovembei SO, tn debt, less eash ia the treasury, amoontec p SljftUjK.us, a dacrcaac for this moaife. 01 Reidston Dairy. Reidston Dairy is now delivering milk to its customers morning and evening, it being impossible to reach its patrons by rxoroinjr 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 givirg dinners and suppers where the proceeds are de votev. 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 deliyer it in its natural purity. Home telephones, number 1349 36M31 904 F. nov22d30t W YOU WANT The Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Buflalo. Boston and New York Take the C. R. & M. via. Muncle. The C. R. k 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. Remedy For Nerroui Ex taanitioD. Are you weakened and exhausted by overwork, worry or disease? The Mystic Life Renewer will quickly re new your strength and vitality. It is the Greatest Nerve Builder known. It is a marvellous vitalizer and strengthened It quickly and cer tainly cures Loss of Appetite, Indi gestion, Nervous Weakness, Palpita tion of the Heart aud failing health. It is indeed a wonderful Life Renew er and Life Strengthener. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co , druggists, Rich mond. 3 Saw Deatfi Near. '"It often made my heart ache," writes L. C. Overstreet of Elvjin. TeDn., "to hear mv wife cough until it seemed weak and sore lunsrs would collapse. Good doctors said she was so far gone with cousumytion that no medicine or earthly help could save her, but a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and presis tent use of this excellent medicine Saved her life." It's absolutely guar anteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung di seases. 50c and $1 at A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottle free. Susan. -The pimples, sores and blackheads are danger signals. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, you'll give a farewell reception to your troubles 35c. Ask your druggist. 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 Live Stock Exposition, valid returning until December 8th. For particulars see Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. Snndav Rates to all Points On tne C. R. & 91. The C. R. & M. made a Sunday rate to all points on their line one fare for the round trip. Tickets good returning same day only. Sunday rates to Cincinnati $1.95 for the round trip. Train leave here 9:30 a. m. returning leave Cincinnati 7:30 p. m. arriving at Richmond 9:35 p. m. 0. A. Blaib, City Ticket Agent. Phone 44. DON'T BE F00u.D! Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA ltindc only ty Madison Medi cine Co., Mndtson. Wl. M kfeps you Tell. Our trade murk cut on each package Price, Z 5 cents. fver sold ir fcu.k. Accept no suhstt 4coroaTro- tute. Ask Jbur KfLMat. Nasal CATARRH In all its eta.se tbere should be cieaniums. V-f Elj's Crea.il Balm cteaases, soothes and h?aia the diseased membrane. It enrea catarrh acl dr. va away a coid in U.a Lc&4 quick: j. Cream Balm is placed Info the nostrils, Bpreada orer the membrane and ia absorbed. Belief ia im mediate acd a core follows. It is not crying does cot produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 eecta at Drug, gists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mall. ELY BROTHERS, 54 Warren Street, Sew York, S.K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work . . . A. place to buy tote e ss jes f iy w O. B. MORGAN- Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter, 8ti and N. B SU.. Biclnpond. lad. Tho tfcro ihd Czrcz Ctntffhs, Colds, Grioae. Whoopingr Cough, Asthma. 4j Bronchitis and Incipient 2 Consumption, !a Tin German remedV Cures VhroiX. m& Vutb ( a nrvit. 2 5 50 eta SSAUTY, lis UUHQULHQB BELLAV.TA ximbic Baaty T4lts wl PtU i 'ectij frcie .-Au(nHi t. o iKHH-dnr. Rsra a Ucr: Hvin. .0 days' tratt4Mi i if tf 1-1. Uvl W Hid f'V eircc ar. VJMrBa VIT 4U-.DM.4J. - ' V Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Main street, and Curme it Co., 415 north eighth street, Richmond ELECTRIC PILLS Esnefit is ImmedUU and Permanent Restores tbe Power intended all nun shonM bara it it has been waited and destroyed hy fcioic. Abuse, Indiacretioa of Voatli or Oveiwc:k does away witb that Tiro.-. Weary. Restless and Wi-i' choly Feeling, Ne-vousnd Steeoksaa Nihrs,W , Back and lack of Auibttion. Mokea yon l-il freshed, yodngr again, and lite worth li-v C-Miipietefy rebuilds tbe Nervous System. One Uut ia sufficient to cure uiost ruses, rod ea to prove its worth to tP? met set ere. . 1 1 m.r t-i. or full guaranteed CM nf boxes for v take no cbances. r l w e iarantee 6 boires t cur In 30 days or refund yotr nmay, which i? xo4 that we must cure the m:;r-'.iy c t our patruas. lif mail, in plain weraprei . o. cccipl of price. EUCTRIC PilL CG?.1PAKY 3 WIST Jackson SraiiT. CHICAGO Ills A. O. Luken A Co., 630 Main St. Charles I. Magaw, 201 Ft. Wayne Av. l4?$ (! Ill Preserve y"tmift lIOinCS Our method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach results which are un attain- able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits your work, confident in his abil lty to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning also done'here. k BARGAIN In Main St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Sou. Weatcott Block. Good Friends, don't you thick, it's about time you ave us a call ? We have everything in ha mesa and harness famish- 5if-ii?"S YJs and von wiH MT alwavw find our good --;""- ' the best and our prices the lowest fot the best goods. . We are selling a first , class horse blanket at 75c to $6.50g THE WIGGINS CO. New Phone 768. SOS MAIM ST H.H.Meerhoff SAMTABY p;LTJ3iBrsre Steam and Hot Water Heating: SEWEEAGE, ETC See its for Estimates. Phone 46. i8 8. Ntntk p. is! 1 r , -