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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1904.
euralgia is cured by ALL EYES ON EIGHTH nix Iam '1k "' ' ' " " ' N A rlfl ' I Ami Sold by all Druggists. Send for Free Pamphlet to The Athlophoros Co., New Haven, Conn. For ''Goodness99 Sake CORN The Great for Daily A new table delicacy that coaxes the appetite and makes you eat. Nutritious as well as delicious. A pure, wholesome, tasty syrup fit for any stomach or any age. Unlike molasses which is the residue left in the conversion of brown into refined sugar, Karo Corn Syrup is the pure essence of the corn kernel, absolutely free from any adulteration. A safe, reliable food article. Sold in airtight, friction-top tins which make handy household utensils when empty. At all grocers, 10c, 25c and 50c. CORN PRODUCTS CO., New York and Chicago. HP TRFAT linfiFQQPIII ! V a11 forms of Chronic Diseases that are curable nc 1 nt 1 o ououloOi ULL t diseases of the throat, lungs, kii NEYS, LIVER and BLADDER, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, and all DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. Epilepsy (or falling fits), Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervoim Diseases, Female Diseases, Nisht Locses, Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer years, Piles, Fistula. F iseure and Ulceration of the Reotnm. withont detention from bnsiness. RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED A'I GUARArTEED. It will be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are euHerins Zcom disease. And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once. Remember the time and place. Will return every four weeks. Office and Laboratory, No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, IHD. Doll ciF Knocking at Your Door Why do you deny yourself of in any things just because you have not the ready money for them? Our dollars are knocking; at your door. We want to supply you with the necessary amount to meet your demands. It is so easy to get and so easy to pay back, that you cannot afford to be short. I f you have ' furniture, piano, hoses and vehicles and need money, we will loan you any amount you need on the following plan, giving you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: S .fio Is weekly payment for t:?5.'5g $1.0 is weekly payment for We also have a monthly and other plans which we will gladly ex plain. We also make salary loans on easy terms. RICHMOND LOAN CO. Established 1S'.C. Room 8, Colonial Building. J. 8. BRUMLEY Phone 312 Jo. 17?. Ctb Li VS PRICES REASON ABLE. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE. Jt? '-fcrvZEIEj Voices Tested Free On Monday and Thursday afternoons at the NEWOMUSICAL STUDIO Mrs. C. L, Andrews ocal and Instrumental Music Taught. NO. 28 NORTH 11th THE BEST KNOWN KNOWN AS THE BEST. RflDNE SlIQI FIIKCE MEAT In IOc Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. (2) Get SYRUP Spread Bread. DR. J. A. WALLS THE SPfeCIALIST Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE! i iVon aifiiiriiiii Jl.SO is weekly payment for $75. $2.10 is weekly payment for $100. Home Rhone 443 Bills Distributed- 1Y0UK CU.1R.VTTEED. KATES IlmlBLE A 0rwiiTr3- 825 North Battle Royal On Today In Eighth Con gressional District. Indianapolis, March 1. An import ant political contest is going on in the Eighth congressional district today. The prize is the congressional nomina tion on the Republican ticket. The candidates are Congressman Cromer ef Muncie and M. M. Dunlap, former mayor of Anderson, who has consider able reputation throughout the state as a stump speaker. It is the first experiment of the Republicans In mak ing a district nomination by direct vote. It may result in the defeat of Cromer for while it is conceded gen erally that he is a fine politician he is placed where a direct appeal to the people must be made. As the situation looked at the close of the canvass last night the vote of Madison and Dela ware counties will pretty nearly de cide the contest as it was estimated that the two candidates would come near splitting even in the other coon ties. So if Madison county stands more layally by Dunlap than Delaware does by Cromer there may be a new face among the Republican congressmen. The election of Colonel Harry B. Smith as chairman of the Marion coun ty Republican commlte emphasizes the opinion advanced after the defeat of the city ticket here last fall that the word "finale" had been written for the Bookwalter machine. The latter made a gallant fight to elect Sheriff Robert Metzger but he was defeated by a narrow margin. The significant feature, however, is that a candidate backed by the anti-machine forces should have won. It is generally con ceded that the result means an en tirely new deal in local Republican politics. The rule of the Bookwalter machine, it may be stated at this time, was much shorter than that of the average political machine. It came quick and was quickly finished for it had not been in existence more than eight years. However, in that time it dictated with an iron hand. The election of Colonel Smith probably means the renomination of Congress man Overstreet without opposition and the nomination of men for county offi ces who are not under the control of the old machine. Captain D. F. Allen of Frankfort was here toady on business. He is one of the leading Democrats of Indi ana and is frequently mentioned for a place on the state ticket this time. His presence here caused a revival of the gossips as to the makeup of the ticket. Ifshe will accept he will prob ably be nominated for secretary of state. He was frequently mentioned for that place two years ago but he did not become a candidate. There is considerable talk of Wm. O'Keefe, treasurer of Marshall county, for state treasurer. He is the treasurer who agreed to turn over to the county all of the earnings of the county funds. Democrats in his section believe he would be a strong man for the state ticket. John B. Stoll of South Bend, the veteran editor, is now enjoying a wide mention for the nomination for governor. The party leaders are con fident they will get out a strong ticket even though the field is not bubbling over with material now. The Indorsement of the candidacy of J. Frank Hanly of Lafayette for the Republican nomination for governor by Warrick county has formed the most interesting bit of political gossip of the last ten days. Warrick county is the home of Congressman J. A. Hemenway and very naturally there is speculation among politicians as to whether or not this indorsement means that he is espousing the cause of La fayette men. Hemenway is very popu lar throughout his district and there is no doubt but that he could have prevented the indorsement had he de sired. The followers of Hanly are greatly elated as they feel that if Hemenway is not for them that he will not offer any opposition which is con siderable in view of the recent re ports that he expected to support W. L. Taylor of this city. Want Tobacco Tariff Reduced. Washington, March 1. Secretary Taft yesterday transmitted to the house the petition of the tobacco workers' guild of the Philippine Is lands, praying for a reduction in the tariff on tobacco. The guild is de clared to represent 6,000 tobacco work ers. The petition states that these workers received, twice the wages tin der Spanish rule that they do now, th3 daily wage at that time being 50 cents. Prices of the necessaries of life it is said have Increased three-fold under American rule. Glass Factory Starts. North Vernon, Ind., March 1. The fires "Vere relighted at the North Ver non glass works a week ago and the work of blowing chimneys began yes terday. The output for the remainder of the season is all contracted, though at low price. One hundred and twenty-five persons are employed. The in ductry is a good one for the town. The pay roll is $2,00 a week. In connection with the works is a box factory em ploying eight or ten persons. Lake Superior Frozen. Milwaukee, Wis., March 1. A spe cial to the Sentinel from Bessemere, Mich., says: Lake Superior is frozen over at this point, something that has not occurred before in the memory of the oldest inhabitants. A party of Canadian Indians are camped at the mouth of Black river, having journey ed over the ice from the north shore with their dogs and sled. j . WJ The Cigar ;f You never tire of 5c y I "VSv LARGEST SELLER iN THE WORLD. ' w is the Smoker's' Tro j For All Kinds Nothing But the Latest and Best. ff , f ja Acgctable Preparationfor As similating the rood andEegula ttng the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Digeslion.CheerPur nessandRest.Contains neither Opium.Morphine norIiiteral. 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