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RICHMOND DAILY PAULADItfM, WEDNESDAY, JANDABY 22, 1902.
OTE GREAT SOUTH AIIERICAIT Mm TBI JVJ AND StomachLiver Cure The Most Astonishing Medical Discovery ol the Last One Hundred Years. It Is Pleasant to the Taste as the Sweetest Nectar, It is Safe and Harmless as the Purest Milk, This wonderful Nenine Tonic has only recently been introduced into this country by the proprietors nud manufacturers of the Great South American Nervine Tonic, and yet its great value as a curative ajjent has long Wen known by a few of the most learned physicians, who have not brought its merits aad value to tLe knowledge of the general public. This medicine has completely solved the problem of the cure of indi . jrestioa, dysjiepsia. and diseases of the general nervous system. It is also of the greatest value in the cure of ail forms of failing health from whatever cause. It performs this by the great nervine tonic qualities w bich it possesses, and by its great curative powers upon the digestive organs, the stomach, the liver and the Ijowels. No remedy compares with this wonderfully valuable Nervine Tonic as a builder and strength ner of the life forces of the human body, and as a great renewer of a broken-down constitution. It is also of more real permanent value in the treatment and cure of diseases of the lungs than any consumption rernly ever used on this continent. It is a marvelous cure for nerv ousness of females of all ages. Ladies who are approaching the critical period known as change in life, should not fail to use this great Nervine Tonic, almost constantly, for the space of two or three jears. It will carry them safely over the danger. This great strengthener and cura tive is of inestimable value to the aged and infirm, because its great energizing properties will give them a new hold on life. It will add ten or fifteen years to the lives of many of those who will use a half dozen bottles of the remedy each year. IT IS A GREAT REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF Nervousness, Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Sick Headache, Female Weakness, Nervous Chills, Paralysis, Nervous Paroxysms and Nervous Choking, liot Flashes, Palpitation of the Heart, IMental Despondency, Sleeplessness, St. Vitus' Dance, Nervousness tit- Females, Nervousness of Ofd Age, Neuralgia, Pains in the Heart, Pains in the Back, Failing Health, All tUfese and many other complaints cured by this wonderful I Nervine Tonic. NlklKVDIJS DISEASES. As a ure for every class of Nervous Diseases, no remedy has been . able .t9 capapare with the Nervine Tonic, which is very pleasant and harmlestgTte effects upon the youngest child or the oldest and most delicate indiviuuai. Nine tenths of all the ailments to which the human family is heir .re dependent on nervous exhaustion and impaired diges tion. When there is an insufficient supply of nerve food in the blood, a general state of debility of the brain, spinal marrow, and nerves is the result. Starved nerves, like starved muscles, become 6trong when the right kind of food is supplied; and a thousand weaknesses and ailments disappear as the nerves recover. As the nervous sy stem must supply all the power by which the vital forces of the body are carried on, it is the first to suffer for want of perfect nutrition. Ordinary food does not con tain a sufficient quantity of the kind of nutriment necessary to repair the wear our present moce of living and labor imposes upon the nerves. For this reason it becomes necessary that a nerve food be supplied. This South American Nervine has been found by analysis to contain the essential elements out of which nerve tissue is formed. This accounts for its universal adaptability to the cure of all. forms of nervous derangement. CuwroaDsvnxc. Td.. Aag. N. 86. T tkt Gnat SomtK A mmricat Mrdicim Co. : Obnts: 1 (Wire to sav to yon that I save saffrred for many years with a very serious dwiur of the itoraarh and wrvm. I tried every medicine. I could hear ol. but nothing done me aay appreciable good until I whs advised to try year Great South American Nervine Tonic and Stomach and Liver Cure, and since uain severai botUrs ol it I must say that I am sur prised at Its wonderful powers to cure the stom ach aad general nervous system. II everyone K m-w the value ol this remedy as 1 do you would not be ante to supply the demand. J. a. HllOU, EsTreaa. Montgomery Co. A StYOBN CURE FOR ST. VITAS' DANCE OR CHOREA. j CRAWFORDSVII.LE, Ixd., June 22, 1887. If V daughter, eleven years old, was severely afflicted with St. Vitus' Dance or Chorea? We gave her three and one-half bottles of South American Ner vine and she ia completely restored. I believe it will cure every case of St. Vitus' Dance. I have kept it in my family for two years, and am sure it is the greatest remedv in the world for Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and for all forms of Nervous Disorders aud Failing Health, from whatever cause. . , , John T. Mish. State of Indiana, w . Montgomery Count, f Subscribed and sworn to before me this June 22, 1SS7. Oh as. W. Wright, Notary Public INDIGESTION AND DYSPEPSIA. The Great South American Nervine Tonic Which we now offer you, is the only absolutely unfailing remedy ever discovered for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and the vast train of symptoms and horrors which are the result of disease and debility of the human stomach. No person can afford to pass by this jewel of incal culable value who is affected by disease of the stomach, because the ex perience and testimony of many go to prove that this is the onk and osvr one great cure in th"e world for this universal destroyer. There is no case of anmalignant disease of the stomach which can resist the wonderful curative powers of the South American Nervine Tonic , HiaurrT R. HLl of Wavnetown. Ind- says -1 owe bit lite to the Great South Americaa Nervine. I had been ia bed for five months from the effects of aa exhausted stomach. Indigestion. Nervous Prostration, and a general shattered -condition of my whole system Had given np all hopes of getting weu. Had tried three dor tors, with ao relief. The first bottle ol the Nerv ine Tonic Improved me so much that I was able to walk about, and a few bottles cured me entirely. I believe it la the beet medk-iae in the world. I can aot recommend It to higaly Kn imii, nomnaiM vHk Snt-ew A writs-is Snrai as a rare for the Nerves. No remedy com pares with Sooth American Nervine as a wondrous cure lor the Siomarh. No remedy will at all compare with South Americaa Nervine as a cure for all forms of failing health. It never fails to cure Indigestion and Dvspeoaia. It never fails to cure Chorea or St- Vitus" Dance. Its powers to build up the whole svstern are wonderful ia the earretne- It cures the old. the young, aad the mid dle aged. It is a great friend to the aged and Infirm. Do not neglect to use this precious boon : H vou do, vou may pgWrt the on It remedv whirh will restore yon to health. South Americaa Nervine is perfectly safe, and verv pleasant to the taste. Delirate ladies, do not tad to use this great cure, because it will put the Noora of freshness and beauty upon your Bps and ia your cheese, aad quickly drive away your disabilities and weaknesses. Price, Large 18 Ounce Bottles, $ 1.00; Trial Size, 15 Cents. EVERY BOTTLE WARRANTED. Everv person parch main sir large bottles from our advertised agent at $1.00 each is entitled to one bottle free. If not kept by droggista order direct T . , r nn DR. E. DETCHOM, Crawfordsville, Ind. - Six Bottles fsr $5.00. Sold tj A. G. Iaiken & Co., Kit hmond, Ind. f Broken Constitution, Debility of Old Age, Indigestion ami Dyspepsia, Heartburn and Sour Stomach, Weight and Tenderness in Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Frightful Dreams, Dizziness and Ringing in the Ears, Weakness of Extremities and Fainting, Impure and Impoverished Blood, Boils and Carbuncles, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Ulcers, Consumption of the Lungs, Catarrh of the Lungs. Bronchitis and Chronic Cough, Liver Complaint, Chronic Diarrhoea, Delicate and Scrofulous Children, Rkbecc WiLintso. of Brownsvalley. Ind.. says : I had been ia a distressed condition for three years from Nervousness. Weakness of the Stomach. Dyspepsia, and indigestion, until my health was gone. I had been doctoring con stantly, with no relief. I bought one bottle of South American Nervine, which done me more good than any $30 worth of doctoring I ever did In my life. I would advise every weakly per son to use this valuable and lovely remedy ; a few bottles of It has cured me completely. I consider it the grandest medicine In the world. Mas. Eiu A. BBaTTON. of New Roes, Indiana. I cannot express how much I owe to the Nervine Tonic. If y system was completely shat tered, appetite gone, was coughing and spitting op blood: am sore I was In the first stages of consumption, an Inheritance handed dowa through several generations. I began taking the Nervine Tonic, and continued its use tor about sis months, s-d am entirely cured. It Is the grandest remedy for nerves, stomach and lungs I have ever seen. WOULDN'T STAY BURIED. .ad veal art- of m Mas. Wns Dle ali.'rJ With His otfla. A few weeks a?o an Armenian while walking ia the bazaar of Allans, in Asia Minor. fell ou the pavement In a fit. The jx-ople in his vicinity, timlins him uucou-scious, sent for hr tnuukiiuil physician. wuo examined uiui aad cer tified that he was dead. lie was recognized as twins an Aruie nian. so his body was bandt-d over ti the authorities of a neighboring Arm awn church. There was nut enough money in his pockets to pay for the ex Dense of his burial, so the auhoiities postponed the funeral to the uest day by which time tl;ey no-ted to collect enough money from charitable Arme nlana. The body was put in a eottiD and left in a corner of the church. At night, however, the man returned to his senses and. finding himself in a coffin, the narrowest of all prisons, be gan to shriek wildly. His voice and the clattering of the coffin awoke the priest and attendants, who were sleep ing in an adjacent building. They were terrified, but eventually entered the church and. perceiving whence the cries came, rescued the man. Early next morning the latter went Into a coffln shop, where, by a strange coincidence, the first person he met was the man who had nailed up hi coffln the n-igbt before. The latter took him for a ghost and fled precipitately, shouting for help the while. The Ar menian rushed upon him and, seizing him, demanded pecuniary satisfaction for the damage done to his clothes in the process cf putting him in the coffin. The undt-rtaker took courage on find ing that the Armenian was not a ghost at all and retorted by demanding pay ment for the cofSn and his trouble the night before. The dispute was adjudi cated on by the other people in the coffin shop, apparently uot to the Ar menian's satisfaction, for. having come to the conclusion that Adana is hardly a healthy sp't for him. he has removed to another town. - -Pittsburg Dispatch. rasiinii of falling; Barks. Not many years ao the East river water front was a "forest of masts." Today a dozen smokestacks take their place. Poetry has given place to the dullest and driest of prose. An illus tration of the sorrowful pass to which sailing vessels in the merchant marine have come was related last week by the son of a once wealthy shipowner, now dead. "1 was present in my youth." said he, "at the christening of one of my father's barks, a quarter of a century ago. The vessel cost about $3".000. In its maiden voyage to Australia it cleared a net profit of mote than $35, 00O more than paid for Itself, in fact. "Not long since, while settling up my father's estate, $50 was offered to me for an eighth interest in another bark which be had owned. It cost him $4,( MX). I took the offer. It was a ques tion of taking $50 or paytng an assess ment of $200. and. as I was not em powered to spend money of the estate and saw no probable profit if I did, I took the cash." New York Times. A Plnekr taeea. While the queen of the Belgians was driving the other day In a pony chaise In the environs of Spa she met a rag picker's cart drawn by a dog. which was Iwing cruelly beaten by the two occupants. The queen drew her car riage across the road and requested the ragpickers to cease III treating the dog. Their only reply was a volley of insult ing language, while they thrashed the unfortunate animal more brutally than befoi-e. Her majesty thereupon turned li'T carriage round and followed the men tc Thei:x. where she had them arrested for cruelty (In the iolice authorities wishing to add the oiiaige of insiiliiii the qtisH'ii. her majesty nki-d thetii strike it out. as s!:e made her complair solely in her rapacity as a men. lit r the Society For she Protection of As mnls. THE BALANCE OF DEALTD Is often very much against, the wife. Her strength ia un dermined, she loess) flesh and her energy and courage slowly leak away from hex. Gradually the comradeship of husband and wife is broken np. At first he take his solitary pleasure reluctantly, bat later he hardly aeema to remember tha old days over which his wife in her weakness mourns daily. Women who find their health failing, and womanly ailments fastening on them, should promptly begin the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cor rects irregularity, dries the drains which weaken women, heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It makes weak women strong, sick women well. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, bv letter, free. All corres pondence held as strictly private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R- V. Pierce," Buffalo. N. Y. "I had been a frreat snfFerer from female weatr rs for abosit two years," writes Mrs. Emma Richardson, of Goae. Wayne Co.. Ky. "Could not do mv work part of the time. I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescription and felt as well as I ever did. I have also used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discoverv for ulcera tion of the throat with good rei!t and half of one bottle enred my throat when I could scarcely swallow." The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, iooS pages, free, on receipt of stamps for mailing only. Send 21 one cent stamps for the paper-covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vol ume, to Dr. R V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. sm? wot MISS AGNES WESTON. She Is Usona la Knartand as BiaTaof of the BlurjaeLels.' iliss A?nes Weston is one of the most energetic un popular wumeu in Euj; land, and deservedly so. for she is 0 philanthropist a:d never tires of doinj; goo. I. The University of tilassow con f erred uiKn Miss Weston the degree o dot-tor of laws, but this is not the first nor the highest prized of that ladj-'s titles, for Ions ago the sailor lad of England conferred on her two far more afTecti nate ones namely. Mother Wes ton and Ilishop of the Pduejackets. The university title is really an out- MOTHER WESTOX. come of the first two, because It wai given in honor of Miss Weston's work anions the boys who sail the sea. While still a sirl she developed an Interest in the English tars and found ed an institution called the Sailors" Ilest, which provided clean, cheap ac commodations for Jack as soon as he landed, gave him medicine. Iiooks and, most important of all. amusement and defended him from the harpies who had robbed him so long. Miss W.eston gradually interested nil classes in England in the work. The first "rest" was built at Devonport. Branch homes ha ve been established in most of the seaports. She went from one to another, making friends of the sailors, influencing each one of them, writing to him when at sea, caring for his family, never giving up the effort to draw him to the right and to God. Many a poor Jack Tar wondering over the seas reckoned Mother Weston as his only friend in the world She nev er failed him. Women of the Frontier. Some towns are harder to civilize than others. A new town in the Chero kee outlet grew to 300 souls without a woman. This town is now one of the most .thriving and cultured communi ties of that territory. But a year elapsed before a woman dared ven ture in. One cViy when the stagecoach drew np the wife of a leading saloon keeper alighted, aud Tom announced from be hind the bar that night that she had tome to stay. He set up the drinks to the crowd, but they did not congrat ulate him. Instead they met In a gam bling hall and decided to boycott his place until he had sent his wife away. When he learned of it, of course with bis heart set on the dollar, be told her to go. She went. Not until that saloon keeper was shot in a midnight brawl would they allow his wife to return to him. When they saw how tenderly she nursed him back to life and with what gentleness she spoke to them, their hearts melted, aud the toughest Pw boy in the town addressed a meeting one night in this wise: "Boys, we will have to surrender. 1 am going to pack my saddlebags and pull out for the Indian country and give this town over to the women and their kind, it is not for me to stay here." So the worst of them "hiked." and B. soon became a thriving place and a fit one to inhabit, with plenty of good wo men there too. New York Tiroes. Suva Scotia Women. The women of Nova Scotia are a fina race, both physically and mentally, more buxom and sturdy than the aver age American woman of today. Nova Scotia girls, as a rule, are distinctly pretty, with refined features, superb complexions and beautifully molded figures. Tbey are not afraid of work, and wholesome work gives them fine physiques. Tbey are kDown in Ameri ca by the quality of the service they render wben tbey accept employment. Tbey constitute a class by themselves In domestic service, redeeming all that kind of work from the menial charac ter imposed upon it by careless, unin telligent and indifferent wage earner and restoring it to the status it held when performed in -good old times bj native American girls of good faro my a hie! education and breeding. The Nova S-otia women are capabl. in various ways. Tbey make equally rood schoolteachers and farmers wives.! Many of them have excellent business1! ano excretive abilities- touch better often tint's than the men of the family and these abilities are exercised Id mauagtnz farms and making and look ing after lumliering contracts, etc., while their busltandn. fathers and brothers devote themselves solely to invsponsible physical lalior. The tpnrrkretive I .a d V- Did yn ever meet the appreaensivt lady? i-ihf'm the one who fears it is gr Ing to ram or she fears, it isn't, fc-he'i tads f.eni purs VKirrw . i oais ana be.r? medicated ticAlroys a t i 30AP disease errmv kev ; -s l. c pores opo aad mai.e ths ska son nd veivei . pim'ir. biotthes eic I 3- cued tor lr DAlR.aurmrr, 1 xt nd cfmre-ioi. AIR HEALTH 2 Sc. cakes at drug ahoc s- V wr"tiis to faded aau to it ftMftl&tita afraid you are going to take cold, or 'hat you are too warm, or that the chair iu which you are silting isu"t comfortable. You foel all right and juite satisfied vith yourself uutil the apprehensive lady suggests a score f disagreeable ih .-sitiiiities to you. She's afraid the baby is going to be left uanded, or that his ears are going to stand out from his head, or that be will be tongue tied, or that he will grow up to be a politician or some thing. The apprehensive lady never happens to think that it may happen that things will lie lietter than they prom ise. They are always going to lie worse, maybe. Fortune has always I teen kind to her, but still she is afraid to trust it. She doesn't mean to lie unpleasantly surprised. She is going to anticipate trouble in all its forms, and she looks out for others as well and points out every unhappy possibility. She means well, but she is a nuisance. However, we dare not tell her so. Maylie she will read these lines and take the hint and reform. National Magazine. A Slorr of Harriet Beecher Stowe. In her childhood Harriet P.eecher Stowe was firmly convinced that the most daring, reckless and frightful thing she could do would be to say "damn." She Iteenme so possessed aad haunted with the dread of the un known terrors that would overwhelm a little girl who dared to utter that awful word that at last she could en dure the fascination of the terror no longer, and she went to her room, fork ed herself in. climbed into the middle of the feather lied. lay still, shut her eyes, opened her mouth and said the wicked word. Then, according to her own account, she lay and waited in an agony of terror for what was to liefall her. Her least expectation w;ss that the ceiling would fall down. She wait ed and waited ami waited. Nothing happened, and at h'.st the monotony of ilia situation tired her. and she got oST the bed a very disappointed little mad cap girl. Tnetfol "A'omrn. Perhaps if there is one thing which oils the delicate springs of society more than at'o her it is the exercise of tact. It is a gift, not nn acquired habit, for the tactless woman cannot see that she lacks that Innate courtesy which would make it Impossible for her to say things "best left unsaid." Kindli ness of heart, some people call it, but that is by no means an accurate defini tion of this grace. Rather is it the power of putting yourself In another person's place and feeling instantane ously what would lie the effect of such and such a remark on them, says Home Notes. Certainly tactful women are the pleasantest of companions, for their intention enables them to see when it is licst to keep silence and also when a wo'-d in season may put mat ters straight. O'd Pewter. The first thing to do ou jotting an old pewter piece" is to have it thoroughly cleaned, ami this is a really difficult task to the amateur, especially when, as frequently happens, it has been left untouch d for some time, perhaps be cause it has liecn lying by unused or to give ihe truly "old" look which the dealer values. If the pewter is very dirty, whicii is generally the case,: its soft surface lteing inclined to absorb grease and dirt, it should be boiled In strong soda water and afterward cleaned with the ' usual preparations. Brickdust and paraffin is a very; good mixture. :irls In Holland. Olrls in Hoiland have a great deal of lilierty. They pay calls, shop and go to parties at the houses of friends without a chaperon, walk and travel alone, cycle and have tennis and wheel ing clubs in company with young men. They enjoy their fun and freedom and are in no hurry to find husbands. Mar riages are not arranged, and the par ents consent is only asked after a pro posal is made and accepted. A Pretty Beda6ni Screen. If your bedroom is so planned that the bed must face the window, an ex cellent plan is to have two small up rights fastened to the footrail of the bed, with a brass rod connecting them at the top Have a curtain of dark silk or any other material gathered on this rod. and if this is drawn at night your eyes will be protected from the ' liglit. - Lnnrn noma. Handsome breakfast or lunch cloths are woven with wide colored borders of Bowers in one color, dark red. bine or brown. r with leaves and stems in a delicate green. Napkins, completing the set. are woven with narrow colored borders. re-ating the pattern of the cloth. Rendins; For Girls. Miss Rates, professor of English at Wetlesl- college, speaking of reading for girls, says. "Every hour spent In reading trash is not merely so much time wasted, but is so much fineness blunted, so much dignity of mind debased. Wot nn Path. .last. "Is he a golf enthusiast? -Oh. no. lie pretends to be. btst he isn't." "How do yon know?" "Why. be gives up playinir when the ;theraionieter gets down to zero. Chl Ciiyj Post. ! ! FIRE AI.ABKT BOXES. FIRST OtSTIIIST.I South of Main. West of Seventh Streai 12. First and south C, Piano factory 13. Second and south B 14, Fourth and south D 15, Fifth and south B 1, Fifth and south H Is, Seventh and south C SCeOHO DISTRICT. ?outh of Main, between 7th and 11th stn 21, Eighth and Main S3 Eighth and south B ti. Seventh and south O SS. Ninth ard mouth A Sri, Tenth and south C S7. Eleventh and Main 23, Eleventh and south J THIRD DISTRICT.: South of Mnin, East of Kleverth StrtM 31. Twelfth and south B Si, Twelfth and south B 84, Fourteenth and Main 86, Fourteenth and south C 8 Eighteenth and Booth A 37 Twentieth and Mala FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of 10th eC to Sir. 41, Third and Main, Robinson's shop. 42, Third and north C 43, City Building, Fire Headqnartera 46. Guar, Scott & Co 46, No. 1 hose house, north 8th street 47, Champion Mills 43, Tenth and north I FIFTH DISTRICT. West Richmond and Sevastopol. 6. West Third and Chestnut 61, West Third and National road C2, West Third end Kinsey 65, West Third and Richmond aventse 64, Earlham College , 66. State and Boyer 66, Grant and Ridge 67, Hunt and Maple 68, Grant and Sheridan 69, Bridge avenne. Paper MQl SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D Street, East o ""Vrith Stre 01, Railroad Shops 62, Hutton's CoflRn Factory 63, Hoosier Drill Works 64, Wayne Agricultural Works P6, Richmond City Mill Works 6fl, Wesleott Carriage Co 67, Thirteet t i and north H CCVCHTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D sts, E of 10th 7, Ninth and north A 71, Eleventh and north B 72, Fourteenth and north C 73, No. 3 hone house, east end 74, Eighteenth and north C 76, Twenty-second and north B SPECIAL: SIGNALS 8-2-2 Patrol call 1-2-1 Fire ont 8-8-8 Fire pressure 8 Fire pressure off 10-10-10 Natural gas off In Wsrnrsil eras Good Friends, don't you think it's about time you gave us a call ? We have everything in harness and harness furnish ings, and you will always find our good toe o e s t ana oat prices the lowest for the best goods. We are selling a first class horse blanket at 75c to ft!. 60 THE WIGGINS CO. Mssvi Fhons 768. 608 MAIM ST Don't Be Fo.. jdi Take the genutr. original BOCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only bv Madison Mcdl cine Co.. Madison, Wlj. 14 keeps you til. Our trade mark cut on each packag-a. Price, 35 cents. .Never aoM In bu!k. Accept no suttst t eV (Iritiirial, ELECTRIC PILLS Benefit is Immediate and Permanent Restores the Power intended sit men should bava if it has been wasted and destroyed ty Kxcessea, Abuse. Indiscretion nf S ooth or Overwork : does away with that Tire.1, Weary, Ketles and Mla choly Feeling. Nervocsand bieepless S'Urhts.W Back and i-ack of Ambition. Makes vou feel freshed, younn again, and iile worth lit law f.r.l...!.. I. . . . 1 . - . 1. , ........ O ... . . ."ij.... i j ......... .ii i, i . r J i.'H. r ' 1 1 c ws is sufficient to cure most utn. rud enough to prirve its worth to tt most severe. i no bar boa. or full guaranteed .'ire of b boxes for ; no. Yost tasa no cnances. r.j we gruarsntee o bottii nkcura In 30 days or refund oar t.mney, wbicii is proof that we must cure tde majority cf our patrons, bf mail, in plain arrappei ol receipt of price. ELECTRIC FILL C.WsT TS WEST JACKSON 8TSt.IT. CHICAGO lla As O. L.uken A Co., 630 Main St. Charles I. Magr&w, 201 Ft. Wayne Ave. BAUTY,liCON00EBO3 BELLAVITA Araemie W1 ' TMkUt. ,4 vxii . . feetivMite and inr"i,lood treatwRt fur ail skss 1J srawism sue? ao Oars tl.9t, bv i IVrf U-WfcAi.VV. -a Sold by A. G. Luken A Co., sireei, ana ourme a uo., 410 eighth street. Richmond E. D. CROOVENOft, 13 JD, SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TOR TO TREATMENT OF Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and throat, Salwsrtlfls Ftttleg af trleassa. 24 Worth E,eventh Ct DRUNKENNESS AMD O .wo USiatO The rh gf-p-tey Rring.tis?, have ftVvw for z rr. it likstu came ravrte tttaui .) sner-t etwi ittni faav ?eenv!-sired hy tlm. W tfi.' fn bairarrr -) tfte mmm w 90tfrty urresfcsiiif W)stS UMnn be tree If vn- lire rw nir rtTiSs. injnnxt or irM to -r t