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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM FRIDAV JANUARY 31, 1902.
'TIS GOOD TO BE PRUNED tax to ti!Ta: Thanks: after vou. CONSTANT AIM IS TO SKLL THE BEST OOOOS ... IN THE MARKET . AddIbs Oranges Bananas We have a variety or fancy apples, choice navel and Florida Oranges and fancy Bananas. We would like to have you order, because we know we can please you. john f. McCarthy 413 . Wi ll ST. OU) PHONK At. KW PHONE 31. So Says Max O'Rell, Speaking of Kis Operation. aVWOZE IS A GBEESISH 103 Nulfil Writer Trlla Ilia Eiprrirt I m Br Uk Oprraird Ipon Pur A pradirltia lie la MB talkaalailie Advocate ef Mntrr and !( Ita Praiaea. BEE HIVE GROCERY! sr Maple Syrup (1 FOR U PURE Ola cans not quite a gallon two pounds 8&oit -95 Cents Plain New York DUCK WHEAT FLOUR-the very () best-61bs 25c. A (iOOI) COMBINATION FOR BIIEAKFAST. SIWIW. E HASTINGS n V - 0oVe- l la. I Although EtiH an Inmate ef tb Freucli- hospital in New York. Pau) ttlooet (ilax O'Rell) is rapidly recover iiiy frm the effects of the operation for apjiendicitia per formed a few days ago. lie referred to himself as the "widest oien man la New York" two days aftei passing under the surgeon's knife. Now he has written his experiences for the New York Journal. He says: When a month oreotgu I decided oo having an operation performed upor me. some New York papers, short of in terestlng matter for their readers, pub lished the information. This brought me scores of letters from cranks, fad dists. humbugs, faith healers and th like. "Give up sin." some wrote, "and you will be all right." "Try my cure." wrote charlatans. An other of this class said: "Have you tried hydrotherapy? With hot water I can briiitf ou a crisis that will settle you." In fact. I received lots of disinterest ed advice, aud gratis too. A faddiM wrote: "Do not submit to the" cruel knife of a surgeon. ut of a hundred people ojfrated on seventy die; the oib er thirty are maimed for life." Ignorance and prejudice go no fur ther. Now. dear reader, if you ere sure that something is wrong with any part of your anatomy do not hesitate to Mark Tt-afa'a l,.fnt favtma. JfrrkiTfcaTh ha added two new maxims to Ihr world's already valua ble collection, swiys Harper's Literary Oosslp 1 hey are an follow: "We r.ugbr never to do wrous when people are looking nnd "No real geatlemau will tell the naked truth Id the pre- nit i . I doiu apiear In hi new novelette. "A ----- . -. . . . . . v ."VV.Vli.r- iH!,T, which Is completed it the Felruary nuinlter of Harper's Magazine. The London Academy is so pleased with these new witticisms that it Is moved to suggest the publication of a "Mark Twain's Own Book of Maxims." which ought certainly to be illuminating as a practical guide to conduct. Bra-red the C'alaeae Lloa. I-i Hung Cluing." says the Shangha9 Mercury, -was very apt to revile in tUt lowest billingsgate if any one offended him. Once a district magistrate in curred his displeasure. whereupou IJ cursed him in a loud voice, even gx;i;tg so far as to curse hi ancestors. Bui the district magistrate, nothing daunt ed. spoke up sharply: " 'I am an officer of the uiperor. ever though tny rank is low. You may list; me. but you uium not curse me. skes. the emperor orders you to pro mote jour gooi officials a your bad ones. He did not order curse tbetu. If you curse me, play at that game too?" "The rejoinder so astonished LI th:ii he ceased reviling and escorted the man to the gate, saying. Hireat district maglstrater The next day he order .! the provincial treasurer to give th. man a first class apiointmeut. say:: : that a man of such courage wou.-: surely make a good official." 4V we wpm npvnr more in earnest. 5?b.i still we do it JUST FOR FUN. A f-w KILLERS for FRIDAY and SATURDAY only. AH you want--no limit- These prices guaiatnteed for two days only. Grannlstrd Sugar. SO P-s .......... BREAI. fresh baked, full weight, 3 f or . . . Gvsters, fresh, large Kalli t oies, per quart . . LION COFFER, per package . Potatoes. Michigan stock, no frost, per bushel MALTA VITA, the new breakfast food . . . Tomatoes. Urge cans, standard pack . l.OO . . site- . . 29c . . IOc . NOc . . 13c IOc UNEKDA BISCUIT, per package 4c Mary Ann's, the best cke baked, per lb Hc STAR TOJ1A CO. p r lb. . 4lc Holland Heiring. finest fish in the city, S for 5c MANTELS, l.k kind, 7c; 55c kind . ....... ; . 12Hc Cut tills out and bilng: It with you. NORRIS H MAIN. l'HOXES 1HO. 7Iolcrn Merchandiser. n7d;i;f fcf k rder you t J "7iF"?t ff i te. cannot I. " They Wsrahlp the Dram. Among the Samoiedes and the tribef of northern Asiatic Russia the drum have done to yourself what you would) passes almost as an Idol. They address orucr your garuener 10 uo to your tree under the same circumstances. Have the damaged, brokeu or dead branches -.ken' off. Pruning that is surgery is the simplest, shortest, suf est and surest remedy. If yotir ap pendi'x Is wrong. o(T with it. If your big irtestine. or colon, gets constrictc. and threatens to become a semicolon be sur that it will soon become full st p and kill you. Oft with th offending constricted part. That's youi o:ily chance. I must say I was not afraid of tin operation..,. I can always submit to the Inevitable, as I once said to a vcr; ugly man Vho said he was glad to make my ne:aintance because he had been to'tl I l.-oked very much like him I prepared myself cheerfully for man; days, so as to be strong and well ami Kive the surgeon and myself as goo! a chance as I could. it. erect it in their hut. and the Driest of the superstition by the aid of the di vine instrument effect that magical "disapiea ranee" w hich has puzzled all travelers from Sir Hugh Willoughby downward to account for and has giv en rise to as much guesswork at its elucidation as the feats of the Indian jugglers. The Samoiede. after t-eatiug bis drum and working up the senses of his spectators to a pitch of great ex citement, mysteriously vanishes intc thin air In-fore the eyes of all. Civiliz ed travelers ii:'tural!y hold that it is a trick. The Samoiedes themselves de clare that the power resides in the drum Idol. The peculiar thing is that neither one party nor the other has been able to explain how the vanishing occurs. FVftatinic AlnmlalonB. To give a frosted surface to alti- DAILY MARKET KKPORT I A LOOK AND A SMILE dustry. What does an operation consist In UJ,U,UU' an.c-cs remove an grease ami dLjtaurer.M. Uil t h' in heuziue. Aft.-t rrevmillna Prioe For Qratn, Provl t4iM and UtrNtuck on Jan. SO. Inn tana poll CJraio and Urea took. Wkcat W axon. STc; No. t ro.1. alaady, b7e. Cora Stf .It ; -No. X imxatl. IV:- Ku-..i; NK mixeU, Jc. Can l- --lew al ti76irt-80. M.t-":..ty at fiJiVit-M. Hnwi -iflT at fl.MXaa.6a, sieaUy at .-.!. CtU-aico (irali and ProTistona. Waaat Smm. f July Cora Maj.. Jaly. .. T5. t w; or1, JW.'a aaa. May- U Hark. Jaa May ur Jaa SuW H-lUa Jaa May .a i 00 j.r . t 50 as 64 ..S.JO . .8.0X .60 .en JUSt .4.T, .. 16.65 UK.' a. 5; in L2 a-il J lr. Smith has r-eiiC!y coo It have undergohe? You f : . 1 .- 1 .... r, r- l. ri . 1 l.t' GilliertT. DmiliiiiD The Furniiure Dealer 627 & 629 fA'N ST. The store that has the stock and saves you money. taoaiug ata. riaa.ta.tl. ;aa market W beat, 'i'l pork, li-4; lard, cur a .", Lata tvi He Urain and Livestock. W lwai-N rd and Ionic Nrrr, SSc. rm Nv-1 ':; o-1 mixed, ttt1, mlt o X'nuxed 49 -ic; So. 1 wbita, il.'.jo. Cauic tron at A 'dT at 4.5a.aa. Mnp Mfi.li at tn.: fm.rn.bm stead; at i-s.i.Ii Cincinnati Urain and LlTeotock, aaaa tady;Jo. X red. 90S. 4ja4a Stead ; J- uied, ' CaaUa acu aa ai-7Sl-aa. Lcuva al 4.iwo.a. . -1uU at 2 - . -Uuil al it-jKm . ChH'ato Llveatook cue: ateara, Moekara aa4 KuaVjt. tO- tl 4.0U JH.. taay at ai.t.i.Sa taady at Vs. tu a. imaa f New fork. Llvestooa; . CatUa Hal at Jtd.il Bajta yuirt at iai.jo. Bharirfstu' al ti.i-A. Ioua MaU; at .lj4d. rKt Itufl'alo I.tveatock. CatUc taty al 3 tas.."i. Btart "f at . ii M Mead? at Hj - Am Ineident Which Kplained Sir. McKialry'a Lack, at t'ribbatte. When the late President McKinlej aud party went west not many luollth before he was shot. Mrs. McKinle went too. While talking with Mr. Scon one day, the man whose firm built th Oregon. Mis. McKinley said. "Oh. d you play cribbage. Mr. Scott V" "Yes." was the great shipbuilder' answer. Well, so do I." said Mrs. McKinley I w ish you would play u game with me." I shouid be delighted to do so." was the reply. Later, as President McKinley and Mr. S-ott were looking over the latter' big plant. Mrs. McKinley not Iseiug present, the president said. 'Oil. by the way. Mr. Scott, didu't 1 hear you and Mrs. McKinley arranging to plaj cribbage some time?" "Yes." said Mr. Scott, "we are gom? to play." "Well, what kind of a player are you?" a sked the president. j "Oh. pretty fair. 1 guess. I play a pretty good ga me." "Well, so do 1." said Mr. McKinley. "Rut do you know, it may seem strange, but it is a fact, that I have never Ix-en able to play well cnousrh to beat Mrs. McKinley." As he said this he looked at Mr. Scott with a signifi cant smile. Their eyes met. It was enough. Mr. Sott uuderstod. and it was safe to say that he did not beat Mra MeKlrdev. Bc.-ston Jour-ial. Ilia ;laaa F.y. Uncle Cyius Say. this glass ey kaiu't no good. " I want my inonej back. Optica n No good? Uncle Cyrus Hain't wuth a tinker' daru. Can't see a bit Iietter with tht blame thing thau I kin without. Judge. ,,,,, ., . . . .. -- Trae! The people who are always short fim It difficult to vet alonsr. Philadelohli gd to sleep quietly, pleasantly, and by ana ty you wake up. When you do wake up. you inquire if the thing is done, and you learn that it Is. You feel no pain, and you have felt no pain, not even discom fort. My operation lasted two hours, and I was under ether from 2:45 to 5 p.m. I slept soundly all night. The next morn ing 1 was reading the papers in bed. All I can remember Is that when I woke from my enforced Bleep I had a - I y. of Hethel, iijjiod!- Tw strong enough to blacken the metal ol caustic fotash. next Into a mixture ol two parts nitric and one part sulphurit acid, then into concentrated nitric aciu and lastly into a mixture of equal part of vinegar aud water, finishing by washing them thoroughly in water ami drying in hot sawdust. JDt&X, M. HAMILTON, ils: 1 10 1H. loih Street, Opp. V Mrott Hotel, Hlchniond, ,n5.. ... BOTH PHONE. DEJXTTIST Cancer Cured by Botanic Blood Balm All Kinds of Skin and Blood Diseases Also Cured. ague idea I was In a greenish, foggy . atmosphere, and 1 heard, aa In the dis- j Mrs. M. U Adam-. Fredoma.Ala.. tance. many soft voiceg whispering: took Botanic Blood Balm which ef Hello! Hello! Wake up! How do fectually cured an fating cancer of you feel?" i the nose and face. The sores healed The day after the operation 1 had up perfectly. Many doctors ha teaspoonfuls of chicken broth every en up her case as hopeles yet she two hours, the following day table- was cured by Botanic Blood Balm spoonfuls, the next day eggs and milk 1 (B. B. B.) Hundreds of cases of can- and the next such meals as for two cer have oeen curea oT oiuuu j.iuj years I had not dreamed of permitting myself to try.' My denr friends, I cannot remember five minutes of pain. Maybe my anato my is not improved, but I don't wear decollete dress, and 1 feel I have lieen given a new lease of life, of health ami of happiness. Operations are absolutely free from danger. The only thing is that germs may get at you. but this danger dots not exist with the marvelous precau tions of sterilization and antiseptics which are taken by the surgeons of to day. ; 1 have been in the French hospital for three weeks. During that time about forty operations have been per formed, and every one has been suc cessful, even Including a few perform ed on patients brought here on the threshold of death. The only thing modern surgery can not do is to give us a new hoed, a thins which many of us would be glad of. In any other case, if you are wrong anywhere, don't suffer.. Take my ad vice ask the surgeon to rid you of what makes your life miserable. Make up your mind and do not at the psychological moment when be fkotoieoTreputhfeD Amonsr others. Mrs. B. M. Gurney, Warrior Stand, Ala. Her nose and lip were as raw as beef with offensive discharge. Foctora advised cutting but it failed. Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Grney is as well as ever. Botanical Blood Blra also cures eczma, itching humors, bone pairs, offensive pimpies,scas,cales, blood poison, carDuncies, smwuia, risines and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles, etc. Mrs. D K. Stauffer. Mntpelier, Tod., cured by Blood Ba'm of awful rhei matism aches and pains and weak, tbin blood. Especially advised for old chronic crises after all else fails. Druggists tl rer large bottle. Sam nleofBlcd Balm free and prepaid by writing B ond Balm company, At lanta. Ga Describe trouble and special free medical adice sent in sealed letter. It is certainly worth while investigating such a remarka ble remedy. i THRIFT Is a magnificence. th fuel of said a wis p r vsrh-naker centuries age. Every year it becomes a more self-evident truth. Your money should earn interest. This company nays 3 per cent, on deposits ef SI or more. RCCt.c WHITE OATS A.IS.PIR10CE EHTIS I 14 and 15 the Coloiiial. Phone 681. Whatever the Future Has In Store For You is very likely to come through the most unexpected sources. Parties with whom you have only j trifling business relations may be just the ones wdo win ueip you 10 get siarcew. on the road to great prosperity, if you im press them favorably now. 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