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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. 1902.
GREAT SOUTH AEZERICAIT HEW Stomaehiiver Cure The Most Astonishing Medical Discovery ol the Last One Hundred Years. It is Pleasant to the Taste as the Sweetest Nectar. It i3 Safe and Harmless as the Purest Milk. This wonderful Nenrine Tonic has only recently been introduced Into this country by the proprietors ami manufacturers of the Great South American Nervine Tonic, and yet its great value as a curative ajreut has long been known by a few of the most learned physicians, who have not brought its merits and value to ite knowledge of the general public. This medicine has completely solved the problem of the cure of indi gestion, dyspepsia, 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 which it possesses, and by its great curative jowers upon the digestive organs, the stomach, the liver and the lowels. No remedy compares with this wonderfully valuable Nervine Tonic as a builder and strength ens of the life forces of the human body, and as a great renewer of a broken-down constitution. It is also of more real peimanent value in the treatment and cure of diseases of the lungs than any consumption remedy ever used on this continent. It is a marvelous cure for nerv ousness of females of all ages. Ladies who are approaching the critical Ieriod known as change in life, should not fail to use this great Nervine Tonic, almost constantly, for the space of two or three years. 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 vear. 7t is a great remedy for the cure of Nervousness, Nervous Prostration, Iiervous- Headache, Sick Headache, Female Weakness, Nervous Chills, Paralysis, Nervous Paroxysms and Nervous Choking, Hot Flashes, Palpitation of the Heart, llental Despondency, Sleeplessness, St. Vitus" Dance, Nervousness of Females, Nervousness of Old Age, Neuralgia, Pains in the Heart, Pains in the Back, Failing Health, ' Summer Complaint of Infants. All these and many other complaints cured by this wonderful Nervine Tonic. NE1VD11TS DISEASES. As a cure for every class of Nervous Diseases, no remedy has been able to compare with the Nervine Tonic, which is very pleasant and harmless in all its effects upon tne youngest cnud or tne oldest and most delicate individual Nine-tenths of all the ailments to which the human family is heir are 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 strong when the right kind of food is supplied; and a thousand weaknesses and ailments disappear as the nerves recover. As the nervous system 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 moae 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. form 3 of nervous de CBawroaD.Tn.LE. Tib.. Aug. N. '8G. To tie Orat South A wvm Mrdicimr Co. : tca Oun: I dwirn to Mr to you that I fia.a aaBervxt for many year, with a very wiuw -Iimmm. ol th klomarb and nm. I tried ptct r tnrdirtiM I could brr ol. but oothioK door tn ta j apprrrtabto Rood until I waa advtwd to try Tour Unrat South American Nerrloe Tonic and Siomarh and I.itw Cure, and since naing mr-rrrni bottk-a ol It I muat tar that I am eur prwed at Ita wonderful power, to cure th. atom aca aad iwaeral oervou. .y.teni. If ereryone anew U value of ttai. remedy a. I do job would nut be able to supply the demand, J. A. Habdec. Ex-Treas. Montgomery Co. A SWORM CURE FOR ST. VITAS' DANCE OR CHOREA. Ckawfoktjsvu-LE, Ixd., June 22, 1S87. Tv 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 is completely restored. I believe it will cure every case of St. Vitas' Dance. I have kept it in ny family for two years, and am sure it is the greatest remedy in the world for Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and for all form- of Nervous Disorders and Failing Health, from whatever cause. . , . John T. Mi&h. State of Indiana, M . Montgomery County, f Subscribed and sworn to before me this June 22, 1SS7. Chas. 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 okb and oslt os great cure in the world for this universal destroyer. There is no case of unmalignant disease of the stomach which can resist the wonderful curative powers of the South American Nervine Tonic. Hiaaicr K Hnu of Waynetowa. lad., say.. 1 - I on my life to tbe Great Souta American N In. I aad brea in bed for lw monttta from tne enVrta of aa exhausted stomach. Indignation, Nerron Prostration. aa a gwaeral shattered rnadltioa of my wnoia system Had aimi np ail hopes of getting well. Had trie! three doc tors, with no raliet. The first bottle of tbe Nerv ine Toole improved me so much that I was able to walk a boat, and a few bottles cared me entirely. I brUrre tt is tne best medicine in the world. I cu not recommend it too highly." So remedy compares with Snm Annul JSsavrs as a rare for tne Nerves. No remedy ton oajva with South American Nervine as a wondrous core for tbe Stomach. No remedy will at all compare with South Americaa Nervine as a cure for all forms of failing health. It never fails to ur Indigestion and Dvepepsia. It never falls to cure Chorea or St. Vitus' Dance. Ita powers to build on the whole system are wonderful la t he extreme- It cures the oM, the young, and tbe mid die aged It is a great friend to tbe aged and Infirm. Do not neglect to twe this precious boon ; If von do. too mav aenlect the only remedy which will restore yon to health. South Americaa NMTTiae s perfect It sale, and very pleasant to tbe taste. - IViicate ladies, do not fail to nae this rml care, because it will put the Moom of freshness and beauty upon yoir lips and la your chests, aad quickly drive away your disabilities and weaknesses. Price, Large 18 Ounce Bottles, $1.00; Trial Size, 15 Cents. EVERY BOTTLE WARRANTED. Every person porchasinij sir large bottles from our advertised agent at f l 00 each is entitled to one bottle free. If not kept by druggists order direct trm , DR. E. DETCHON, Crawfordsville, Ind. -xSix Bsttles fsr $5.00. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Richmond, Ind. -4 L El (111 w ass sbbbsi sss mmm .bsbw 10 .! Iu 1 a an p. u mt-" h. a - m . . aa. i 3 AND f 3 c"-- - - - Broken Constitution, Debility of Old Age, Indigestion and Dyspepsia, Heartburn and Sour Stomach, Weight and Tenderness in Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Frightful Dreams, Dizziness and Kinging 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, RcBEcra Wilcihsox. of Brownsvalley. Ind.. " I had been in a distressed condition for three years from Nervousness. Weakness of tb. Stomach. Dyspepsia, aad iadigestion. 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 tbe grandest medicine In the world." Visa. Ella A. Bumw. of Nw Roam, Indiana. says : " X cannot express how much I owe to th Nervine Tonic. Ify system was completely shat tered, appetite gone, was roughing and splttisg up blood: am sure I was tn tbe first stages of consumption, an Inheritance banded dowa through nrveral generations. I began taking the Nervine Tonir. and continued ita use for about sis months, a-d am entirely cured. It Is the grandest remedy for nerves, stomach and lungs t have ever srea. i pum April the lO its in v. i. Tin' Italian sky i(-;iJI:i5 waters tf klif leaned back .it: y.u l.:.t II ..vt'liit'ss as angiiliily in i:tr jroudola. jf trtvt'llni l.aI fulled These monies to iiiate her forget. It was oJl the fnult cf the plnU roses, she told httsclf. V.'hr could they not ieop tot their own fruper season of June? Hut in these lauds of summer, n Italy aud southern France, even dur ng January, their fragrance, like a breath of jejison. had deadened her in terest iu new scenes uud experiences. And yet pink roses had once meant happiness to Marian. They had tirst couie into her childish life in pleasant dreams. When she grew iDto a slender slip of a girl aud graduated from the Young Indies" seminary, it was only the frantic clasp of her lingers on a hunch of roses that kept her voice from faltering over the prize essay. Jack Dawson's card was tied to the long stems, and Jack and she were boy aud girl lovers. It had come about natu rally, for they lived side by side, with no envious wall to bar their twilight confidences only a low hedge. They were In that delicious stage when secrecy seemed to add a new tie of love a tie that shut out the rest of the world. So she wore the ring on a rib bon round ter neck and stole down to meet her lover by the big pink rose bush. Ah. how long ago that seemed! Aft erward had come a dreadful day, the day of the quarreL IJeiug their Crst, they took It far too seriously. It was in the old garden, whose charm for once was broken. Jack was impetu ous, she cool and reproachful. Before either of them knew whrt had hap pened she had slipped the . . 'nto his hand, and he was out of siji. . toss the hedge. She had sat there at nrst too stunned to think, but pride came to her aid. Her cheeks flamed as righteous Indig nation grew. She planned tt all out Jack was too impetuous and must have a lesson, and she was quite firm enough to administer it. It was a very proud little figure that started for the bouse, defiantly pulling a bunch of pink roses out of her belt and fling ing them into the grass. But the next minute she was down on her knees, gathering them up carefully as she whispered. "It was not your fault, poor dears!" . - i Slowly the days passed by. If Jack were having a lesson, he was learning it In silence, for no overtures came from beyond the hedge. Her anger was dead, and in Its place was the growing fear thav he would never again come to her. In vain she had called up all her pride aud tried to follow his example. It was too hard a task when he was so near. She grew restless. She would go abroad and leave even his memory far behind. Mr. Dane did not suspect what was the matter with his motherless girl, but if she wanted a trip to Eu rope she should have it. Jack must have known about the plan, but he made no sign. They sailed from New York. Among the gifts sent to the steamer were no pink roses and no card from Jack. Now the splash of oars could not rouse her from her bitter reverie, but as they turned a comer a breath of the old fragrance brought a stab of pain to her heart. They floated close to a tiny garden set I.ke an emerald between the dark buildings, and over its low w.iH linn? a Idonminir styfiy. IT MAKES, MUSCLE Dp. Pierce's Qoldcn Clodical Diocovory Glvoo VJorCiing Strength. " I know you expected a letter from me some time ago, but I will state mv rea sons, plainly, why I did not write before this," says Mr. Joseph Grass, of Brewei, Perrv Co., Mo. "It was because I did not wish to deceive any one. I wanted to be sure that your ''Golden Medical Discovery had benefited me and it took time after I stopped taking: the medicine before I felt sure I had realized perma nent results from its use. After taking six bottles of Golden Medical Discov ery and one vial of your Pleasant Pel lets em able to do a day's wort with mny man. I cannot express in words the good your medicines have done me." Of. Piorcom Pleasant Pol" lOSS CUrO COttStigtrnXtiOOm 3 m I At signt or tne roues t-ame reneweo longing for hotu. f?he would fight against it no longer. S! went bat-k to the bold fi'htl wl-h . A letter wns waitii. f r 1it. As she opened it. It-Virr!v. .' woadennl what ha 1 nvtved I. iU- Prince k write n her. Le! l.;i! l-en one cf the belles f of tbe Louie si-t. but stie aad Maria:;: luid never L. n nnrtlcrlarlv chumtuv. S i The letter U-gaa tu;v!.v (Leslie; J wen always efi !ive: liy TVisy-h Wsaa-i Lave a s::rrri-f f t v..j. l! I f n -ri:---. ii. Arxi . j u s't to .:n 1.- ! j The sheet almost fe!l from Marian ! tretcbllL'g Land, but the forced herself i to read on: It is I1 very surlJen. I bjd bo li'ra fist ht cared for me. but ;e does ikwtulir aJ insists no beirys learned in Juae. Now. I rnl you tor a bridesmaid. Do prumise that you ail come horn in time. Vuu won't bave to bother much atx-ut the dress. It will be a pink and white wedding, just white muil wiih pink roam. There was more, but she could read no further. "To Jack!" that Is what her brain kept repeating. So soon tc marry another so soon. And they wanted her to be a bridesmaid It was too cruel at his wedding never! She would stay abroad always. But as she thought It over, through long hours of the day aud of the uight. she fount? herself feverishly eager to go. Deep in her heart there was a longing to see him once again before he was gone from her forever, but this she would not admit, even to herself. She wrote that she would accept the invitatior with pleasure. The wedding was to be on the tt of June. The Danes should have ar rived iu New York on the 6th, bul their steamer was delayed by storm o It was not until noon of the wed ding day that she found herself walk ing through the well remembered gar den. Tbe roses were all in bloom, and as their fragrance met Jjer it seemed that the past year must be a hldeouf dreaxu- Rut na. it. was hid xvreddini day, and she was to be a bridesmaid and carry plnkroses. She dressed at home, with the aid of her old nurse. Through the window came the garden scents, and she could even see the pink glory of the old trysting bush. Aad were these not some of its roses that Nancy offered for her hair? She shivered as she put on the soft, clinging dress. If it were only her shroud! The carriage came and in a few too short moments she was at the house. They were finishing the dressing of the bride. Leslie was indeed beautiful. he Insisted on stopping to embrace Marian. How poorly she looked, and It was a shame that the old steamer had to be late. But it would be ali right about the procession; she need only follow the other girls. Everywhere pink roses! Their fra grance seemed to affect Marian like a narcotic, but she drew herself up proudly. Should she show the world how she suffered? Now came the sig nal to start. Marian clutched her rosea bo tightly that the thorna cut through her gloves, but she walked without a tremor. Suddenly her new found self possession vanished. There, before her. among the u.Jiers, was Jack Daw son. Her head swam, but she walked on mechanically until she reached the landing overlooking the lower bu'l and saw, pale and nervous as ever a groom could be, John Thornton. She under stood it now. lie was Jack the only Jack to "Leslie. A wave of relief, al most of happiness, surged over her. She never knew how she stood through the ceremony. As In a dream, she was by his side. He might have felt the trembling of the little figure and her secret in her face. Perhaps he did, for afterward, in a lull, she found herself in a corner of the porch, while a dear voice was making impetuous explanations and appeals. And for answer she hid her blush ing face in her bunch of pink roses. Cblneae Matehea. The men and women employed in the Chinese factories have long hours and poor pay. and they suffer much from the sulphur fumes. The Chinese care little for human life, and almost no precautions are taken to lessen risks. No foreigner are employed, and the heartless native overseers have full sway. There is one redeem ing feature, however, of this industry the matchboxes are largely made al the homes of the factory girla. They go to the factory and receive a cer tain amount of prepared box mate rials "in the flat" that i, th thin pieces of board and the sanded and the stamped paper covets which when assembled constitute a matchbox. A1 their own homes tly sit down besidt a pot of pasts and begin tbe long dayi work of pasting together thesa parti and placing them in the sun to dry. When several hundred of these arc completed, they pile tbem upon s board, lay another board on top of th stack, then tie them tightly with a small rope and. bundling tbem or their backs, trudge off to the factory There the boxes are counted and th number entered In a book against tb monthly settlement day. Tearetarlane la llletorv-. It Is evident from Arrian and For phyry that vegetarian orders of mer were well known in their time and thai they were found in India in the tim of Alexandria. They existed in dif ferent orders long before the time o) Jesus in Egypt. Syria, etc and wen known by I he names of Essenians. Es sennees, Esyans. Coenobites and Faith ists. ete aud those on Mount Carrael of whom Elijah, the prophet, was th chief rabbi, described by Pliny, wen known as Carmelites. Whatever th name, the principles were all the (ami all were vegetarian. The Masonic order had its origlr these ancient brotherhoods witbou doubt. Ail the Masonic emblems of to day were known to these brotherhoods so also their pU!iswrrtls., ' ' ' lip CHARLESTON EXPOSITION Excursion Tickets Now on Sale via Pennsylvania Lines. Ljow fares to Charleston, South Carolina, for the Interstate ard West Indian Exposition are offered via Pennsylvania Lines. Two forms of excursion 'ickets, season and fifteen day, may be obtained at special rates. For information about fares and ! rains codsuU C. W. Elmer, Ticket Atrent, Richmond, Ind. 8nndav Rater to nil Points On tbeC. R. &M. . The C. R A M. made a Sunday rate to nil points on their line one fare for tbe nund trip. Tickets pood returnit'g' sam day only. Sunday rates to Cincinnati $1.95 for the round trip Trains lave here 9:30 a. m. returning leave Cincinnati 7:30 p. m arriving at Richmond 9:35 p m. C. A. Blair, City Ticket Agent. Phone 41. NOW ARC TOUR KIDNEYS 7 Dr. Hobbs' Sparatrus pills cure all kidney ills. Sample free. Add. Ster inj? Kem-iy Co Remedy For Nervous Ex haustion. Are you weakened and exhausted by overwork, worry or disease? Th Mystic Lite Renewer will quickly re new your strength and vitality. It is the Greatest Nerve Builder known. It is a marvellous vitalizer and strengthener. It quickly and cer tainly curs Loss of Appetite, Indi gestion, Nervous Weakness, Palpita tion of the Heart aud failing health. It is indeed a wonderful Life Renew er ard L'fe Strengthener. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., druggists, Rich mond. 3 o Bsanths Signature of The Kind Yob Haw Always BotM Blown to Atoms. Tbe eld idea that the body some times tefds a powerful, drastic, pur pative pill has been exploded; for Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, clranse tbe system and abso lutely cure constipation and sick headache. Only 25c at A. G. Luken A Co. 's drug store. O Baanth Kcaataja mt STOZlxA. r Ths Had Yw Has Always Boigt Taaouaands Sent Into Exile. Every year a lartre number of poor sufferers whose lungs, are sore and racked with coughs are nrged to go to another climate. But this is cost ly and not always sure. Don't be an exile wben Dr. King'sNew Discovery for CoiMmption will cure you at home. It's, the most infallible medi cine for coughs, colds, and all throat and lung diseases on earth. The first dose brings relief. Asionding cures result from persistant use. Trial bottles free at A. G. Luken & Co. 's. Price 50c tnd $L Eveaj bottle guaranteed. SOU CATS TOUR BOWELS V ITH CASSARETS. Canoy Cathartic, cure constipation orever. 10c 25c II C.C.C. fail, drug gists refund money 01 Mow It Looks It is important that you should kno-v how Omega Oil looks, so we print a picture of it here. The printing on the package is all in green ink. The trade mafk is a leaf, with the words, Omega Oil. It's Green." Down near the bot tom is the signature Higinio Espinosa. Look for this name, because it is a guarantee that you are getting the genuine Omega Oil, that has cured so many cases of Rheumatism, Sore Throat, Cold in the Chest, Neuralgia, Stiff Joints, Sprains, Weak Backs, Strains and Bruises. There are a lot of other liniments that may be bought in drug stores, and a few of them are pretty good, too, but you of course want the safest and surest remedy, so you buy nothing but Omega Oil when you have a pain or ache in flesh, muscles or joints. Never mind where the pain is, for the Oil cures in one part of the body just as well as in another, coc. a bott'e. 77 S3f at h a hi Ecncfit is iTfiadilj and r.'rtnancrt Rest-ires the Power int-nHr all w.r pLahH !vw if il ha been viied .a-i iertirvd iy Kxrt-. ,-, A bust , intiiftcreuoij of Voatu or Ovtij-swoin , -am away with tL-:t '1 ir- Weary. Rcsiles and M.-la-chofy leelin4 F "Kin ami S leevU't N'h;r Back and 1 ark i f At.tintion. yi u frvl iresheJ, yoainsr attain, and lite worth ilnt C "Mnp lately rebuik-s Nervous SyM";n. Orv tn is sutiictcnt to cure tiioc ca&p. ud tm4wb .t pnve its wortti L tr m.Mt s-vrre. ir t n or full ffuaranitAd . i. o $ t xcs fv Y m take no chances, r ; ixr(e ft to cur. In 30 days or se.ur.3 your rrmiey. iiict. ta jro-f that we niufetcure the uiajcri ci oar pfetrocs. fctf wail, in plain rapt-ei 01 rtc ipt of price. ELECTRIC PILL CQSnPAKy 3 WCr Jackson 6rat.IT. CHiCaGO MJU- A. O. IiUkeu Ik Co., 630 Slain St. Charles L. Magraw, 201 Ft. 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