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RICHMOND DAILY PAIXADlDM, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1902.
Always A nerve Tcr..ncvsr c, ' -... . - & 5-x-no other This shaped box no other. Signature ard portrait of D-. A W. Chase on tach box. dears or Dr. A. V. Chase Med. Co , 257 Washington St., BufLil N. Y. Mrs. John A. Ross of 305 south 14th st., Richmond, Ind., says: "I have been troubled for a Jong time with severe nerv ousness, dizziness, nervous headache and indication. I was advised to try Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills and got a box of the pills at A. G. I.uken & Co.'a drug btore. Now my nerves are steadied the dizziness relieved I am not now bothered with those racking headaches and my di gestion is good. I can recommend this medicine very highly as a splendid nerve toie." The Kind Yon Have Always ur use for over 30 years, and 7j?? ts onal supervision since its infancy. fCCA4a Allow no one todeeei ve you is this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and .TMst-as-nMwi are lmt Experiments that trifle with and endanger liie iia.it U wf Infants and Children Experience agaiust Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is lMeasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diariiuea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and llowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA si Bears the The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMft OCNTMII OMMNT, V HUNMV STKCCT. NEW VOMM CfTV. TO THE SOUTH. Take the Florida Special for Jackson ville. St. Anqustlne and all Points South via the Popular C. R. & M. The C, R. M. makes connections at CincitiBati with tue Florida special, the through trains on the Cincinnati Southern. Steeping car accommodations will be reserved ou application Connection is also rrade at Cincinnati with the Louis ville A Nashville, through trains for Nashville, liirmintrhaTi, Montgom ery, Peiisacola, Mobile and New Orleans Special excursion rates are made to all southern winter resorts. Ooe fare for the round trip will be made to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras. Feb. 2nd to 9th. L" !t N. trains for the south, leav ing Cincinnati at 6 o'clock will be Leld for C.,R.& M. passengers. For further id formation call on Ch.vs A. Blair, Tel. 44 City Ticket Agent. Say He "Was Tortured. "1 suffered such pain from corns could hardly walk." writes H. Rob inson. Hillsborough, III., "but 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 ty A. G. Luken A Co., druggists. 25c All Who;i'e Atomizer 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, 1300, Messrs. Ely Bros.: I sold two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer, Wm. Lamberton, 1415 Delachaise street, New Orleans; he has used the two bottles, giving him wonderful and most satisfactory re sults. Geo. W. McDtnrr, j i Pharmacist, i Weary, Always Tired. It is not natural in the youth or middle agd to feel tired, weary or disin clined to any type of exertion. To find a dreary, foggy, forgetful felinjj stealing over one at ary and all time, particularly after meals, or on the contrary, to p-.ss to the lestless, depressed-in-spirit state t5at rob the d y of all its p ea ures and makes the btd a thing but to tumble arid toss on. It is not only unnatural, but ind.cative of a -tate of health rapidly approachit-g a crkis a stats of affairs that if rot immediately and int; l'igently coirected, mears complete collapse complete lo s cf all control of the i erv us system and the onset of a mass of ills whose name is legion and ho!e horrors no humaD fen is powerfully descrip ive enui gh tr paint To th jse pes ns who have reached this point, Dr. A. W. Chase's Nssve Pilis come like the strtng swimmer to the almost drowned and gives to them the strength t agiin reach a safety point and to further help hi?n or her grow into a strong, sturdy man cr weman. Mrs. J. Cully of icji east Main street, Rich mond, Ind . says: "For a !oog tame I have been a sufferer from severe nervousness that t could not sleep at night. I gut a boa of Dr A.W. Chase's Nerve Pills at A. C. Lukcn & Co 's drug store, and after taking part of a boa 1 found my nerves steadied, and as a result I slept better than I had lor months. consider these pills a splendid medicine for anyone affected with nervousness and its attending ills. v v v.w Bonglit, and which has J.ee.a has borne the signature ot has been made mscler his wr- ALWAYS Signature of WILL BE RESUMED. rhrough Service to Florida Resorts vlaPennsTlva nla Lines Through car service to Florida and winter resorts in the south via Cin cinnati, Atlanta and Macon, success fully inaugurated on the Pennsylva nia lines last winter will be resumed about January 6th, 1102. Sleeping cars will run from Pittsbnrg and from Chicago via Cincinnati, Atlan ta and Macon to Jacksonville and St. Augustine. The service theeomiig season will be daily except Sacda , and the schedule will be about as follows: Leave Chicago 1 1 :00 noon ; Logins port, 3:10 p. ni ; Kokomo, 3:43 p. m ; Elwocd, 4:13 p. m.; Anderson. 4:43 p. m. ; Richmond. 6:00 p. in.; 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 fc Crescent route, arriviag Cittico (Chattanoogo), 6:30 a. m. ; Atlanta, 10 3o 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 the Pennsylvania Lines will leave St. Augustine, 8:15 a. m. ; Jackson ville, 9:15 a. m. daily, except Sun dav. For particulars about the through service communicate ith local ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines or address W. W. Richardson, District Passenger Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. Hundreds of lives saved every year by having Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil in the bouse just when it is needed. Cures croup, heals burns, cuts. wounds of every sort. Tbia isastat is cm every box of the genuine Laxative tsromoHMffioe ? Price so cents at j Miss Blanch Horton of 16th and 1 17th street, Richmond, lad., says: ! -'After a severe attack of La Grippe 1 1 was lelt in a very nervous state. always felt tired and never got enou h sleep. I got a box of Dr. A W. Chase's Nerve Pills aod after using one box of the pills I can say mv nerves are steadied and inv health generally in p oved and as a result I feel a different person. I think these pills a splendid nerve tonic and health builder." WOMAN'S CHIEF CHARM. A MsiKaslne Writer IVho Think.. It I Pene-t IranUnm. Fin r thau i:ny oibor pintle rrait ii wo!ii::':. l.t'tv. use it is r:srtr. is per fee fr;;:'k;.-?ss. i:Ol m word a.on but n tht it; 1 t and jift-the connive 'f con v'u-t:m. the splcnttor of KWH-eriiv. Wo men f r co'.!ii. h-ss n'es have cherNliet a tr:!t.;t!' ii whii'h lias now bec-ouie o fivt-il !-i:-f v.-i.h the vnsl riiri iorit V oi wo:; a kind, a tradition ta::t it is crave uiixw-.ke to lav bare their whoit heart even when they feel the deepest Br.d l:iat a laan s serious interest ir l!:ere i'lmly held and endures th" lon ?r win n he is kept in ignorance of how trnl.v he is ettred t r. Th's feeling is at the base of every form of coquetry. It teaches womei to play at indifference even when theii very lones are turned to water auJ when their hearts are melting like wan before the flame of their desire. It makes them strive against their noblei instincts in order to piijue and puzzle and perplex. It bids them say "no' when they mean "yes" and to hesitat and vacillate when they really havt made up their minds beyond the shad ow of a doubt. They have been taught to believe that a man values most that of which he is never wholly sure and that he will think but lightly of what is given to him freely and frankly and without reserve. There is a certain element of truth In this, but It applies only to cheap men and to cheap women. To the man who Is worth while this very frank ness and complete abandonment of self possess a charm supreme above all other charms that woman ever shows. Coquetry is in itself so poor a thing, it is so universal, that It simply wearies one who has a wide experience of life. Every milkmaid can assume it. and therefore only the very usual man re gards it as attractive. It Is one of the many forms and symbols of caprice. and there is nothing that so quickly tires love as pure caprice when once it becomes a woman's second nature. It means continual exasperation, con tinual disappointment. eretual doubt and an apprehension which in the end becomes indifference and coldness. The last thing that a woman wil! give up is her pride, but the man whe is worth while knows that no womar ever truly, deeply and passionately loves until her pride has become to her a thing of no account, a thing to bt trampled um'er foot with a fierce ex ultation in the thought that even this she is sacrificing for the one u:fi of her life. Hence, while the tricks and small pretenses of the flirt, the insin cerities and hesitanees of the woman who still holds something back, may fascinate the man who does not count they merely bore the one who is wortfc while. Atlantic Monthly. The Dravrlnic Room. The drawing rooai has been describ ed as the "soul of the house." as the library has been likened to the mind and the dining room to the body. It probably is the case that almost all expend ibeir best efforts on this par ticular room, though it is curiously the case that with those possessed of wealth, but no taste, the drawing room is invariably the m .st tasteless and. uncomfortable room in the house. IJght Sberatou.Chi j-ietivlaleor French furniture is undoubtedly the right type for a drawing room. le It large or small, but there is no need because the furniture is light and graceful tbut all the chairs should lx of spindly and tremulous kind. The need of comfort abl cha:rs is often felt in a drawing room, and a few big armchairs, prefer ably of the quaint old grandfather type and big. deep, well cushioned Chesterfield, are so far an absolute necessity, besides greatly adding to the heanty of the rooio. It the walls be covered from the frieze rail ia pale sunny yellow linen stretched tight) v, the frieze above be ing of the same shade of yellow linen but with a small, straight design 1 stalks rnd leaves. The frieze rail it self should be painted white, as. In deed, should all the woodwork in the rot-m. re Repaired. Terdita Did you say. "This is mo sud den?" Constance I didn't have the nerve You know bow be stutters. Chicago Record-Herald. MRS. HUGH RE1D ORIGIN. President ff the Society of Amrriras V UB T3 III l.l;t?lSun. Ameriean women living in Komlon found wiib regret a fev years arr Ihat as time passed they w re less r.uO h-ss in touch Willi each otlst-r and with the work and thought of their sister In the United States, and so in the year IblKA, at the suggestion of Mrs IltiU Reid Griffin, Mrs. Ie I'riese and a few ethers, the Society of Amerienu VTo men in London was planned and or ennized. It is the ambition of this ko eiety. as it is stated iii its constitution, "to briar together women who are eD gaged in literary. art:stie, seieutitie and philanthropic pursuits, with a view of rendering them helpful to each other and useful to society." The society MRS. HTJGH REID ORIFFIX. has three rooms at Prince's, handsome ly decorated in empire style, which are always at the disposal of members, and also a large banqueting hall, in which they bold their monthly lunch eons. The president Mrs. Hugh Reid Grif fin, is the only daughter of Wrs. Wells Beach of .Waterbury. Conn., formerly of 'Clsteago. She has lived tweuty-two years iu England and ia the regent of the English chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She is a serious, earnest worker and has never missed a meeting of the society since its birth. The president of e club of thinking women who wish to be of real use to each ther and to the world must be a patient master workman, and the secret of Mrs. Grittin's success Is that she understands this fact. Mrs. Stephen Crane in Woman's Uome Com panion. Children and Vrvipipfri. In a recent articie in a current mag azine there is a protest against the newspaper reading child. "It is a de plorable fact that of late years a num ber of excellent magazines for chil dren have been discontinued," says the writer, who goes on to show that the vogue of the newspaper has short ened the term of childhood and made it impossible to maintain juvenile pe riodicals. It is Impossible to prevent a tov or girl from learning the facts of life. They come, prematurely perhaps, in s hundred different ways outs'de the eolumns of the newspaper. Much pre mature knowledge is gathered at sebooL The streets, the theaters, the public conveyances. !' furnish sight" ind scenes that reveal much to the in quiring youthful mind. While it is to be regretted that the accounts of crimes and murders must be printed. bese are actualities that cannot be ig nored. The chi'd that is old enough ro read 9 bout what is happening in the world is old enongh to begin to under stand something of the many sided phases of humanity. The ephemeral conterts of the daily paper presen much that is instructive. Indeed, in some schools the lessons in current event are as important as any on the list of regular studies. Contempora neons history, -tgbtly read. Is not ess Instructive than that which deals with ancient aud mediaeval times. Instead of forbidding children to read newspapers. pa rents should choose the best journals and teach their children to read about matters of general interest. Critics may sound the alarm, but it is vain to prevent the newspaper reading child from existing. Si Dee he has been evolved. It is well to respect bis existence and to supply him with the best intellectual food for his twentieth century mind. Milwaukee SenrJneL Win to Fret Oneself. "There is no harm In making your selves pretty, my dears." said Grand ma Wiseman to her young readers in an eastern paper. "1 do not like to see girl who does not "prink." I am sure there must be something wanting in her. But, once dressed and in society, you should never show that yon are thinking of your personal appearance. Stay as long as you like before your K'sbs, consider the beeomlngness of ev ery curU the set of every fold of laca examine yourself critically with youi hand glass hack, front and on eacl side but when you leave your room, whether you are satis5ed or dissatis fled, forget ail about your looks. Nc one who is cousc:otis of herself cm help showing it. and tin re is nothing that is so fatal to popularity. If or look pretty yourself, forget fulness wii prr-ve an adi!ed attraction; if not, frank uncjnsciousness will go far tc ato??e for waut of beauty. Girls do no: realize bow ihcy show the trend ot their thoughts l y their gestures. Tin constant touches to their h;iir, the ad justment of licit cr collar, the furtiv look in every available mirror and mere th::n all. the preoccupied look am" perfunctory smile that generally uc eonipany such niotii.-us, all betray th vanity of which the girls themselves are probably unaware." Original of Shakeapenre'a Portia. Shakespeare's Portia is a pen iortraIt of LHcretia Cornaro. the first womar lawyer in the world, the Myra Brad will of the fifteenth century, who re ceived a degree cf doctor of laws frwte the University of Padua, where sht was educated and afterward lectured on law. Her biography has been pub lished. She was a native of Venice. Lucretia Cornaro was one of tht most learned of women, and her biog raphy gives remarkable accounts of her eloquence, erudition and Influence. She was so much admired and respect ed that the doges and the council of ten used to consult her uion legal questiens. and her fellow citizens sub mitted their differences to her for de cision instead of f:oing to court. It was natural, therefore, that she should be mixed r; in the Shy lock case. Chi cago Reco-tl Herald. Irnoeent Knee Powder. Indies who insist upon owdering their f.i--es before apearing at any so cial function, and most of them do. will appreciate the following advice from Harer's Bazar: " I never buy any sort of skm pow der." said a young girl the other day, though she was dabbing her face with some white substance at the moment "This is starch powdered and per fumed with a bit of heliotroje sachet that my mother fixes." Her mother used the same before her. ""We have each of us a little chamois bag that we puncture through aod through with a rather coarse ueedle. Into this goes the powdered starch, a fine dust of if sifting through as it is used. Such powder is absolutely safe, as it is sure to be free from any adulterant." Mra. Aator. Mrs. William Astor is one of the most methodical of women. She has for years, as near as possible, chosen the same date for sailing to Europe, the same date for tier return, for the ojen ing of her Newport house ad for her coming to town for the winter. Her passage , is engaged on the ship on which she sails from one year to an other. On the evening of her ball which has for a numlter of years taken place with few executions on the first Monday in Janua-y. she does not oc eupy her ope-rs box. although she if present it all the performance's to which she is a subscriber. It has been Astor etiquette on that evening for the box to be untenanted, making the out ?ap in a brilliant horseshoe. A Reason World Thinking: About. A little girl from a crowdeu tenemenl house was delightedly telling a friend in the College Settlement about hei new teacher. "She's jus a perfect lady, that's what she is," said the child. "Haa! llow do you know she s a perfect lady?" questioned ber friend. "You've known her only two days." "It's easy enough telling." was the Indignant answer. "I know shes a perfect lady because' she makes me feel polite all the time." A FtorieiMeale Klc Portfolio. homemade music portfolio fre quently answers the purpose as well es an exoensive purchase at the shop. The covers of a large old book in cased in a decorated slip of silk, satin or linen makes e satisfactory portfolio. Harps, lyres or other appropriate de signs nay be Daintd or embroidered on the tipjier cover and the folio ied with ribbors. Worn Officials. Mere than 8,tO0 women re employ ed in he various government offices in Washington. 2.044 of whom have en tered the service tf'er competitive ex amination. Nine hundred of them are paid salaries ranging from $1,000 to $1,800 a year, the others eiug paid the compensaf'oo cf ordinary clerks, $000 to !UO a yeer. Gnan Witer. To make gum water take oie ounce of the best picked gum arable and one quart of water. I'ut the gum in the water in a stoppered bottle and put In s warm place, occasionally shaking till nil is dissolved. A teaspoonful taken occasionally for troublesdtne coughs ia useful in allaying Irritation. If a shoe be accidentally scorched, it can be restored by spreading the place at once with soft soap and when cool wiping off the soap and rubbing the leather with a little sweet oil or vase line. When whalebone becomes too bent for use. let it soak for some hours in tepid water; then dry on a flat surface, and it will be good as new. Place a jam Jar In your hat box and put your tnile hat on it. This will pre vent the tulle becoming crushed in. Mice are banished by laying wild mint in their baunta. V Una Hiiro H'trae i Couerhs, & Wriooplng Cousr. A strtrra. ip-cnt A Bronchitis and Inc j n j t v-v -: fen. mm - T i Trie GERMAN REM ED V K Cvit Wtoat at& ut Avv.t.Ci. m A POSITIVE FACT that a lartra percental of men at? 'romen 1 this country are troubled with Dyspepsia, tha Barly sjrmpioms of which ai nany. varied and pubtle, ana on the appo&rauc.t any nch symp tom should immediately be treat! and treautd efficiently. Are yon sutTorio? from Heartburn, Dull Headache, Feeling of distension at Pit ot the Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Taste, Dtstnclin. ation to Partake of Your Meals, a Ravenous Appetite Yet Unable to Eat, Fur ted Tongue. Sal low Complexion, Flatulency. Acidity or Occa sional Vomiting and Irritability ot Temper? U so. Ine use of C. E. CARTER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS will give immediate relief and a posi tive care. They are mannfnetnred from pnra drua carefully aur a-ientitkally eonipoanded and absolutely harmlow to the mot aensitiva and deiicnte st-umurh and even a chilt can r e them with mt any but the bet rt-ilts: their daily nse will rextore ton to the jaded nertes ut the stomach and will infuee frenh life into the impoverished gastric juice and will reluiioualy carry out all that is claimed for tlie man j will live you a elear, wholeaome properly acting stomach, instead of a poor, feeble, diseased or. i run. A trial will convince the most skeptical. J ("rice. 50 cent and (.(. Tbedollarsiaecontaina ' wo and one-half times tha quantity of Slc. aire. ! t C. CJUTCR A CO.- 71 Mt lerksaa S CWicacn. Trade supplied by A. G. Luken A Co., wholesale drutftst", 628 and tv-tO Main street, Richmond, Ind., atd Charles L. Majraw, drutrfrist, 201 F. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind. JON'T'tiE i . 43" "n!V' Take the Z'-f----' -... fSk ROCK f r-'C"JTA:N TLA '-If Avi? Made c! v hv . . It ims Mnib 3 M. Vi COS .V.:..' t -vL'i7 it.ark cut .! i.Yj. Sfi:$ fftce. 35 cr-itt. rWs - rnM USsii1 In ii,:u. .:-,( r-- ' iu .OTTii.in tee - - t. B.H.Mef.rijokf SANITARY PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating. SEWERAGE, 1 TC ee ns for Eptimatep. Phone 4fi. . M r tti A BARGAIN InlifVIain St. Business Property In Choice Location Come Quick and Learn Particulars. W. H. Bradbury & Sod. West cot t Block. RAILROAD OINTMENT Warranted to care the eaest severe eaeea ef Blind, Itching and Bleeding: Piles AM) ALL KIN- 1HEAEH For sale by all leading druggist. Every box guaranteed. Prepared only by A. II. CROWELL & CO., RICHMOND, IXI. What would you think of vour g-oceryinan if be sold you sand for sugur? What do you think of a drug-gist, who offers you a substitute for the Madison Medicine Co. 's Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. Energy all gone? Headache? Stomach out of order? Simply a case of torpid liver. Burdock Blood Bitters will make a cew man or i 2 AMP woman of you. r.