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liill ( ' -2 The Saw Lake ttototday Morarcyg, Juste 3 2, 1904.
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;lv j I Pj j jj V the midst of the alkali sand dunes that
V Ut'fly i dot the prairie In the vicinity of the
i " 1 1 H eastern part of Powers county, near the
i t' U 1' W ) Knneas line,
i ft SnM "We haven't got time to Avaste out
r iV' I ; here." and no time was wasted. The
I) ' ' special, which consisted of an engine, a
I 11,; i . combination baggage car nnd smoker
, Ar- fi and two day coaches, had no sooner
T i ,t come to a standstill than the car doors
1. j! tl IB were unlocked and thrown open and the
fl Up E order given by Lieut. Cole for the exiles
1J ! Jffc 1$ to leave the train,
i f ;! Alone on Prairies.
. : 'I "Step lively, you fellows, step lively,"
( CJH admonished Deputy Benton, who was
, !J In command of the civil force of the
: jl ' ?Mi expedition, and in less time than it
I ! rU takes to tell It, the three cars were
l , i emptied of their unfortunate and un-
'II I willing passcngerB and was started on
1 (I ' h -8i Its way back to La Junta.
1 'V INM j The men -were dumped on the checr-
u ,1' S less prairie without food or water, for
, . V.'J i the ix)ldlers and deputies, In their haste
t,' y to get home, had forgotten to unload
Jj 4 rf. the small stock of commissary supplies
, M 1 j the train carried when It left Victor
j m II yesterday afternoon.
! 1 j H jl Exiles a Choerless Lot.
. i h 1 The exiles were a cheerless lot ln-
!. deed. Without even a light and mllea
.i i"'N : from the nearest habitation, they hud-
,. ,. died together in groups on cither side of
'; ' hri A the Santa Fe track and discussed their
I ' plight Warned to move eastward on
1 , a 1 ' pain of being rearrested and severely
i ii'.-Q - handled, and notllled by the Kansas au-
i 'I thorltlcs that they would not be allowed
f I to seek refuge In that State, the spirit
j I " ' of the . men broke, Many of them
J , ,-i walked back westward on the railroad
, 1 1' lo Holly, the Salvation Army settle-
f I - jl ment In Cplorado, where the charitable
I . I , ' Inhabitants provided breakfast for
H , , . j them. Some of them later started to
I i i i . walk to Lamar Colo.
I ' ' Stopped by Kansas Sheriff,
l-'i 1 j A special from 'Coolklgc Kan., the
i ! M . first station east of the State lino, says:
j1 i , Ninety-one ' miners were unloaded
' ' , l c aboui three rollca .west of.Coolidge at
4:30 this morning. They were accom-
, . j panled by fifty-five militiamen. Sheriff
j , i Jack Brady and "forty deputies of Ham-
i,i j', , i?( llton county were at the State line to
j 4 u ' prevent the deported men from cntcr-
. , ' , Ing Kansas,
fc , , "When the train slopped the militia
1 , i ,! lined up on each side, ordered the ml-
1 I 1 i i ncra t0 keeP walking up the track and
i. , 3 "red their guns off. The miners say
, . ' ' that they were driven Into the cars like
! ' i i cattle.
I Ijj " "Want to Go to Denver.
I ,, ' i ' ijj They are expecting transportation
,V . ! i ,i) from Denver, so that they may return
I 'II tonight. They seemed to bo well sup-
' . jl ' plied with money and peaceable. Most
i I ! . . of the men have families. They say
( 1 ' I i, that their wives and children wished to
X -I ifJ " - come with them, but the militia beat
' ijjjl " them off with their guns. The miners
Ij ( S - ' here say that there arc to be more ml-
l ; I ners deported from Colorado to Cool-
V I'll : Idge. The Sheriff has called on the
K ' j! , Governor of Kansas for protection.
IJ , NO BATTLE BETWEEN
J . MILITIA AND MINERS
h. . j J VICTOR, Colo., June 16. Consider-
,1 . ' able excitement was caused today by
a ' , firing heard in the hills after Major
! t ' ' ' McClelland and a detail of soldiers and
j t , l j 4 i deputies had left for Clyde station, on
' , t ! ' the Short Line. It was reported that
I Ij i 1 another battle with the miners -was in
m I J progress. Investigation proved that
, f ! ill the firing was caused by some deputies
f , , ',! j j who were indulging In target practice,
L 1 f and that no fight had taken place.
I 'll'l i I'll Busslan Officers Here.
' f 'l iSf- SAN FRANCISCO. June U. The
I "i ;,' steamer Redondo from Pretov.alovsk
(Jjl reached here today with several Rus-
j' 'i s'Lin officers frpm the cruiser Kotlk.
I, ' 1 i' fjjl which was captured by the Japanese.
j Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bears
-jj I ' . our label with the crown. At ail gro-
'ji i j 'J cers and flrst-claas restaurants.
fi;!' Vii ! GRAND COUNCIL OF
' ! jlj ' COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS
! , (! . ' The grand council of the United Com
f; jjl n merclal Travelers, In session here, com-
rt ' "M'iv pleted Its labor yesterday by electing
Ui officers and selecting Butte as the next
t ' ' .'I ( meeting place of the council. The of
K ' ! y( Is fleers are: Charles R. Sutton, Helena,
f ' ).y grand counselor; W. D. McAllister,
' 1' , . 1 Ij j Salt Lake, Junior counselor; C. H. Mc
"I' h ' i Mi Mahon, Salt Lake, past counselor;
,ii v i')jr James G. Evans. Butte, secretary;
4' j m, Oscar H. Relf. Butte, treasurer; H.
1 ' 1, King, Butto, grand conductor; J. A.
' ' I Pctzold, Ogden, grand page; F. R. Ball,
1 j) ' Salt Lake, grand sentinel; George A.
t 1 J'n ij ' Jeff cry, Helena, Earl Murphy, Butte,
I-t'i'.' f i '' i grand executive committee, two-year
fcj W term; Gus Galllck, Butte. S. M. Bar-
fi i ( J low, Salt Lake, one-year term.
Fi ,!! A trip to Saltair and other doings
,U . j concluded the session and the boys
l! i' from Idaho and Montana left with ev
il! ') I; ' ery good feeling for Utah. The Butte
j ,j , boys declare that the Montana city will
ft t I i outdo Itself next year in entertaining
Uj 'j . the grand council.
l it .1 I LIFE SAVED BY SWAMP-ROOT.
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, . J i Bladder Remedy.
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i ii' t ', I Sample Bottle Sent Pree by Mail.
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H j w ' ' jl Swamp-Root, discovered by the cml-
H jilt ''jj , nent kidney and bladder specialist,
H I , jij promptly cures kidney, liver, bladder
rr f ' ' ' 111 Q"d Url aCl(1 troublea-
Hi ' IJ 1 Some of the. early symptoms of weak
H I . 1 ' kidneys arc pain or dull ache in the
Hil ' V 111 back, rheumatism, dizziness, headache,
i (j, ' t! , H , gravel or calculi, bloating, sallow com-
Lu I, l'i !,. in',' plexion, puffy or dark ricles under the
HP ' '"m 1 m eyes,, suppression of urine, or compelled
h . V . Id to :pass water often day and night.
' j i ;J The mild and extraordinary effect of
HftiM' J the world-famous kidney remedy, Dr.
l, Y) Kllmer'a. Swamp-Root, is soon real-
Bf it jl 111 Ized. It stands the highest for Its won-
Mt 1 'I 'I dcrful cures of the most distressing
BJ ? S Ti iJ' cases. If you need a medicine you
K ''If1 & !'l should have the besL
H( ' II' 't! - Swamp-Root Is not recommended for
Hl n 1 ' A Is everything, but if you have kidney,
H M'tr I'' I! liver, bladder or uric acid trouble you
H . ' II: fj, jl' will find It just the remedy you need,
ft , j l 'Sold by drugglBts In fifty-cent and
mi i If one-dollar sizes. You may have a sam-
Hn ' pie bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
H I , ( lr. .1 and a pamphlet that tells all about it,
Hf ' i J M 'I Including many of the thousands of
Hn " ' P I letters received from sufferers cured,
H i . j both sent free by mail. Write Dr. KU-
H ,,'i I ! , mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., and
H 1 j j u please be sure to mention that you read
H this generous offer in the Salt Lake
H i 1 I i City Sunday Tribune. Don't make any
m mistake, but remember the name,
H , y : Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
f I i Root, and the address, Binghamton, N.
Hl J ! Y., on every bottle.
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RUNS JN ROCKS
Yashima Is Lost Near
Report of the Wreck Comes
Through Chinese Sources
to St. Petersburg.
Warship Was a Great Fighting
Machine, and Had a Speed. o
Over Nineteen Knots.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 11. A ru
mor Is current at the Admiralty
that the Japanese ship Yashima Is
on the rocks near Port Arthur.
Rumors that the Yashima had been
lost have been repeatedly circulated
since June 8, when it was reported that
she had been sunk by a mine off Ta
Henwan. Other reports said the bat
tleship Shlklshima, and not tho Ya
shima, had been sunk off Talicnwan.
Both reports originated from Chinese
Tho Yashima Is a first-class battle
ship of 12.300 tons displacement. She
was built In England, was completed In
1S97, Is heavily armored and carries
four twelve-Inch guns, ten six-Inch
guns and twenty-four smaller guno.
Her estimated speed is over nineteen
C. S. Martin Commission company
will receive a car of the famous Ore
gon strawberries and will deliver them
to the market on Monday.
Parties desiring to put up strawber
ries should take advantage of this op
portunity, as this will be tho last ship
ment this season.
Some elegant new decorations just
received. We are up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
best, Including paint and painters,
W. A. DUVALL.
'Phone 1U5-K. 124 W. Second South.
Four Men Are
Killed in Explosion
Three Workmen and City Engineer
of Chicago Perish in a
CHICAGO, June 11. By an explosion
today In a huge sewer being con
structed along Thirty-ninth
street, manholes were blown up
for many blocks, the street was badly
torn and a frame building demolished.
Four persons were killed.
Three workmen, accompanied by City
Engineer Guy Mlltimore, who carried a
gasoline torch, were going down Into
the sewer when they encountered sewer
gas, and the explosion followed. All
four men were killed.
In addition to sewer gas. It is thought
possible that petroleum had leaked
Into the sewer, as for sixteen minutes
after the explosion the Are burned
THE KOLITZ SPECIAL
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
To Ogden and return. Fare $1. Leave
Salt Lake 10 a. m. Returning leave
Ogden 9,30 p. m. The Kolltz excursions
are becoming red letter days for those
who enjoy a nice family outing.
BOT DIES FROM FALL.
Lionel Jones, the 11-year-old son of
Selby O. Jones, of 1040 South Ninth
East, died last night from a fractured
skull. The little fellow was climbing a
tree In front of his home, looking for
birds' eggs, on Friday morning, and
lost his balance, falling nearly twenty
feet to the ground. As soon as he was
found, Dr- J. U, Glesy was summoned,
but his efforts were not able to save
the boy, whd died about 6 o'clock last
night, having been unconscious all the
H H IH H ' H I H t H H H H
f HAPPENINGS ABROAD I
M M M M t M M M M M M
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador. Juno ll.Ncws
has reached here of an outbreak of bu
bonic plague at Palta, Peru (on the border
of Ecuador and Peru), and Is causing a
great panic. Ten persons died of the
plague within three hours on June 10. The
disease is rapidly spreading.
BUENOS. AYRES, Argentina, June 11.
Arthur M. Bcaupre, recently appointed
United States Minister to Argentina In
succession to John Barrett, now Minister
to Panama, arrived hero today.
LONDON, June 11. It is announced that
Earl Grey, Lord Lloutcnant of Northum
berland, has been appointed to succeed
the Earl of Mlnto as Governor-General of
TANGIER. June 11. Kaid Omar YumI.
commanding the loyal forces near Fez.
has been killed in action. Hl3 troops were
routed, and the machine guns lost.
LONDON, June 11- A magnificent col
lection of snuff boxes and miniatures
which belonged to tho late Duke of Cam
bridge has been auctioned at Christie's.
TANGIER. June 11 A representative
In Morocco of the SL Louis exposition Is
reported to have started for tho moun
tains In the hope, of securing Rnisull. the
brigand chief, as an attraction at the fair,
SHANGHAI, Juno"lL Twelvo hundred
men belonging to the British fleet lying at
AVu Sung were entertained here today by
the British community. After dinner at
the town hall tho men engaged In athlotlo
worts pa the race course.
NEW YORK, June 11. John Mitchell,
prc8ldciU of tho United Mine-Workern,
sailed for Europe today, accompanlod by
Dr. "Vv E Woyl, a Pennsylvania olorgy
man who haa worked actively In tho In
tercuts of the emlners. Thoy will tour
tho Brltlah IhIob and Europe, studying la
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 11. Negotia
tions have buen In prograss for some tlmo
In Snn Frnndnco, It Is aald. looking to
tho organization of an international
banking corporation by local capitalists
and u Japanese syndicate headed by Pres
ident Asnno of tho Toyo Klaen ICalsha.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 11. Nino thou
sand six hundred and thirty-four barrols
of oil were consumed as fuel In bringing
tlio freight Btoamer Nobraxka to port
from New York. The trip occupied ilfty
two days and ten hourB. Tho oll-burnlng
appliances wero novor out of order.
LONDON, Juno 11. Mrs. Hugh Baxter
Tovlo of Denver nnd San Francisco, who
lo 111 with typhoid fovcr In a prlvato sani
tarium, hno suffered a acrlous relapse.
NEW HAVEN., Jnno 11. Bank tellers,
keepers and olerkB In this city have
leurnod that hereafter not only will they
bo required to take an annual vacation,
but they must make use of tho midday
lunch-hour privilege. It Is said that tho
State Bank association will also recom
mend that It Is advlsablo that all banks
obacrvo this precaution.
BROCKTON, Mass., Juno 1. Maud Ella
Crowell, tho pretty daughter of Froderlck
Crowell, a workman In a Bhoo factory
here, has been married to Henry S. Fiote
of San Francisco. Tho groom, who is
said to be a millionaire, mot Miss Crowell
only two weeks ago at a theater party In
WASHINGTON, June 11. Members of
tho honorary board of Filipino commis
sioners to tho Louisiana Purchase expo
sition, viewed the points of historic Inter
est in Washington today from carriages.
BOSTON, Juno 11. Tho annual meeting
of tho First Churoh of Christ Scientists.
Boston, began todny with a session of tho
oxecutlvo members. Tho annual commu
nion services will bo held tomorrow. Tha
annual business mooting will bo hold
Tuesday, June 14.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 11. Secret
Sorvlco Agent George W. Hnzen has re
ceived a dispatch from San Antonio, Tox ,
stating that Arthur Ray Stewart has
been arrested there. Ho is wanted at
Washington, D. C. by the Division of In
sular AfTalrs on charge of falsifying pub
MANILA, June 11. Judgo Araullo has
sentenced Artomlos IUcartc, tho former
Filipino louder, to one year's imprison
ment on the charge of carrying concealed
weapons, and to six years' Imprisonment
and a rtno of of JG0CO on the charge of
conspiracy against tho United States
DENVER. Colo., June 11. MaJ. Aaron
Gove, for thirty yoars superintendent of
the schools of Denver, has presontcd his
resignation to the Board of Education,
which has boon accepted.
CHICAGO. June 11. The project insti
tuted by the Chicago Amusement asso
ciation for the celebration of a "sane"
Fourth of July by subscription ha3 been
formally abandoned at a meeting hold
for that purpose. Tho fundo raised were
NEW YORK. June 11. From an am
bush in the shrubbery along Eastern
Parkway. Brooklyn, a gang of hoodlums
attacked a passing automobile driven by
Dr H. L. Miller. The doctor's wife and
Mrs. Gundorcht. who occupied the sent at
her side., wore badly hurt, nnd It Is
feared Mrs, Gundercht will not recover.
TOPEKA, Kaii.. Juno 11 It Is the opin
ion of the lawyers In tho Attorney-General's
office that Kansas has no legal
right to Rtop the doportatlon of miners
into this State.
WASHINGTON, Juno 11. Todav's
statement of the treasury balance in the
general fund, exclusive of the J160.000.000
gold reservle, shows: Available cash bal
ance, ?l.259,441i gold, $71,S47,310.
DENVER, Juno 11. About 1500 drum
mers who ore roombers of the United
Commercial Travels, held a parade here
today and later were entertained with a
variety of sports and amusements, Tho
visitors come from all parts of tho West
on this sldo of tho Missouri river.
SAN FRANCISCO., June 1L Tho
steamer Siberia, which sailed today for
the Orient, carried six thousand tons of
freight. rao9t of which was railroad ma
terial for Japan. Among the cabin pas
sengers were seventy-five Japanese.
SAN JOSE. Cal., June 11. Capt. Ward
and F. G. Drum of San Francisco and
San Jose, capitalists, have been granted a
franchise by the Secretary of the Inte
rior to bulla an electric railway Into Yo
somlto National park.
WASHINGTON, June ll.-Secrctary
Hay today received a call from Mr. Chow
Tszchi, the first secretary of the Chinese
legation here, who xpros8od the deep re
gret of his Government at the reported
killing near Newchwang of the American
newspaper correspondent Etzol by Chi
WASHINGTON. Juno 1L Upltcd States
Consul Norton at Harput reports to the
State department that regular Turkish
soldiers In largo numbers nro in all parts
of tho vilayet of Mush, whero the revolu
tionists arc under arms.
WASHINGTON. Juno 11. Gov. George
R. Carter of Hawaii was a guest of Pres
ident Roosevelt at luncheon today, and
discussed Hawallaln nffalrs with him.
Gov. Carter is the head of the Hawallnn
delegation of bIx delegates and six alter
nates to tho Chicago convention.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., June 11. Two hun
dred members of the LIncoln-McKInley
Memorial asoclntlon, composed of men
-ft ho voted for both Lincoln and McKln
ley for President, arrived in Springfield
from St. Louis today to attend appropri
ate exercises hold at Lincoln's tomb.
WASHINGTON. Juno 11. Tho Panama
joint commission mot in Secretary Taft's
ofllco today and spent two hourB In dis
cussing the currency question.
WASHINGTON. Juno 1L Mr. White,
United States Chargo at Buonos Ayres,
reports to tho State Department that after
a series of attempts at stamping out of
the foot and mouth disease, tho Argentine
Government has removed Its prohibition
against the Importation of cattle from tho
WASHINGTON, Juno 11. Tho Joint
army and navy board has poatponod until
next fall tho consideration of control of
wireless telegraph systems operating on
the coasts of tho United States,
WASHINGTON, "Sune 11. President
Roosevelt and Secretary Moody had a con
ference today regarding tho proposition to
give employees of tho United States navy
yards Saturday half holidays during tho
months of July, August and September.
An arrangement was perfected.
One of the Most Prominent
And best informed men of the city said
the other evening: "I have never seen
a greater change both in appearance
and service than that at the Old Relia
ble Drug Store." "Why not see for your
self? Welcome. Step in. All cars
start from Godbe-Pltts Drug Store.
tM up the issue
Keplies to S" of tho Flrflt
Methodist cnSS Salt
Editor The Salt Lake Trlbunc:s
WILL you kindly grant a llttlevf
your valuable space wherein to
correct an eroncous Impression
which may have boon made by
the Rev. J. M. Buckley, D, D., of New
York In his sermon at the First Meth
odist church of Salt Lake City on Sun
day last, by classing Christian science
with "religious sects" and "false proph
ets," which he said "drew millions from
The headline of Tho Trubune's report
of the doctor's sermon, viz.; "There Is
Only One Way to Heaven, and the
Methodi9ts Have It," is rather sugges
tive If we consider the doctor's extrav
agant arraignment of other religious
teachers and their teachings as "false
prophets," having a "false light"
From thl3 we reasonably conclude that
when he spoko of Christianity he had
reference to the Methodist religion. If
thlB be true, his text, from the first
chapter of John, viz.; "That was the
true light," when separated from Us
context expresses his thought of Meth
odism; but when taken in Its proper
connections, as follows: "That was the
true light, which llghteth every man
that cometh Into the world," beautiful
ly sets forth the gospel teachings, and
prophesies the establishment of the
universal brotherhood of man.
As the true light appears, creed and
dogma are seen to belong to the dark
ness: and In the effulgence of this light,
love for God and man becomes the rul
ing and controlling lnlluence.
Tho founder of Christianity, Jesus the
Christ, filled with the Holy Ghost,
showing forth love for God and man,
healing the sick nnd raising the dead,
when commissioning His disciples to
"preach the gospel," Included In the
command the promise that they should
"heal the sick" a3 a necessary proof
of their gospel ministry, saying; "And
these slgn3 shall follow thorn that be
licvo." If the church demanded of Its preach
ers the same proof of efficiency that Je
sus did and does today demand of those
who preach the gospel, would the
learned doctor be filling the exalted po
sition he now occupies? Ho made no
reference In his sermon as to the ef
ficacy of his religion, or preaching, or
that it was intended or expected that
he would fulfill the demand to "preach
the gospel" and "heal the sick,"
Dr. Buckley presumes to criticize and
condemn others as though he spoke un
derstanding and with authority, but
the following questions, as practically
answered In Christian science, with
"signs following." may serve to show
the harmony between that which he
calls "false light" (Christian science)
and "that true light." that Is lighten
ing every one that comes to It.
Has the divine principle of Chris
tianity changed, that the gospel of
Christ Jesus lr. not as efficacious to heal
the sick today as it was eighteen nun
dred years ago9 Is not the command
to "preach the gospel" and "hal tho
sick" as Imperative today as it was the
day It was first given? Has there been
a time In the history of the world when
there was greater need of an effectual
healing agency, other than the gener
ally accepted material systems of to
dav? Can the sinner be saved from
his sin through the gospel, while the
sick must get relief from materia med
Ica or perlBh?
The divine principle of Christianity Is
the same, "yesterday, today, and for
ever." The gospel that was preached
by Jesus and His disciples, which ap
pears to this age as Christian science,
and Is" concisely set forth In the text
book, "Science and Health with Key to
the Scriptures," by Rev. Mary Baker
Eddy, is efficacious, and docs heal th
sick and sinful of today. And is
bringing suffering humanity out of the
darkness of belief and dogma Into that
glorious light "that was (and Is) the
true light," through its Influence and
Dr. Buckley may or may not be cor
rectly Informed concerning the differ
ent "isms" which he berates, but It is
clearly apparent to the student of
Christian science that he is Ignorant
of the true teachings and import of
this science; and blind to the manifest
results of Its Influence, as seen In the
sick that are healed, tho sinful reformed
and the vicious saved from his vice
through Its application. Respectfully,
M. H. LINCICOME.
Publication Committee for Utah.
Ogden, June 11, 1904.
CORA RANDALL NOT
KNOWN IN SALT LAKE
Denver seems to have a scandal In its
postofflce Involving the stamp depart
ment. It Is claimed that one of those
who had preferred charges against a
Mrs. McCreary for being discourteous
to women customers at the stamp-window
was Cora Randall of Suit Lake,
but careful search locally does not re
veal such a person. It Is claimed in
Denver that a registered letter was for
warded to the name at an address In
South Denver. At all events-, nothing
is known here of Cora Randall. The
woman's address seems to bo tho stum
bling block In the matter of getting at
the facts in the case in Denver, and It
is supposed that there is no such per
son by eome of those Interested.
HEALTH B0ABJ3 EEPORTS.
Tho report of the Board of Health
lor the week ending June 11 shows 26
births, 14 males and 12 females. The
death report for the samo period num
bers 18, of which 13 were males tmd
I 5 females.
One case of scarlet fever was re
ported during the week and 3 dis
charged, leaving 4 cases in quarantine
at close of this report. One case of
diphtheria was reported during the
'week and there Is one quarantine at
this time. Two cases of smallpopx wore
reported during the week; one was dis
charged, leaving 6 in quarantine. No
whooping-cough was reported during
the week. One new case of typhoid
fever was roported during the week.
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man's Indorsement. -B
DR. G. B. CROWE, a physician and a
very Influential man in Alabama
w and chairman of the Populist
jtc Committee, in a recent letter to
DrY?artnian oC ColumbUH 0n,0 snys:
' NkV Washington, D. C.
p woa is a nioBtr Valuable" niedi
, eItft'ords me unlimited pleas
cine. J-t aQB to tlie- merits of your
urc to testifyatarrh CUfe T hftve
remedy as flnd it ig of vel.y
used it ns sucb nervous sys-
great benefit whon;?&eftrtily recom
tom is run down, .fose nervous
mend Peruna to nil wn CT0We
systems nre deranged." GKJ. '
M. D. v.
The nervous system Is the source
all our bodily powers, mental or physi-.
The brain and spinal cord generate
tho power, and the nerve fibres convey
the power to every part of the body.
It Is the nerves that gtvo the heart
power to beat; It lo the nerves that give
the arteries the power to contract, and
thus regulate the flow of blood through
Each artery Is provided-with an clas
tic or muscular coat, which Is capable
of contracting or expanding so as to
permit more or loss blood to pass
through, nccordlng to the needs of the
When the nerves are paralyzed or
weakened this contractile power of the
blood vessels is wholly or partly de
stroyed. This produces congestion, especially
of the mucous membrane lining of the
various organs of the body.
When this congestion continues for
some time It is known as chronic ca
tarrh. The congestion may occur In the mu
cous membrano lining of the none
throat, bronchial tubes, stomach, bow
els, kidneys and pelvic organs.
Whenever It occurs It produces the
same condition chronic catarrh.
J H. Hullng, ex-Member of Congress
frojnWest Virginia, writes.
C02i GHZWA2f J. E-vHULlKG.
"Peruna as a cure lo-catarrh and a
tonic of most servlceableyexcellence is
beyond all questic-N aa has been
proven by many of my friends who
have been benefited by Its use." J.
H. Huling, Charleston, W. Va.
I lTHc Wlnslow. Arizona, writes:
-For a man taken up w&h tho daily routine, and rushed and
pushed constantly to do thli'ty hours work n twenty-four, there will f
I invariably come a time wher na ture demands her due. I was on thi i
edge of just such a breakdown when Peruna was recommended to as, f
I and proved a helper and a frlon d. It seemed impossible at the time u
to take a vacation, and yet th c onstant brain fag seemed to compel it. $
? Peruna built up the broken do)w n system, restored me to a normal W
condition, nnd through its useI was enabled to continue my work. I W
have learned to appreciate Peijuna very highly, and advocate it ns a g
S safe, proper and indeed necessary medicine to every business man T
who is worn out, tired and sicl." Leon J. Charles. 3
r.ess aro: A foreboding of calamity. a
sense of something awful about to hap
pen, twitching of the eyelids, movl-nc
brown specks before the eyes ajnd
metallic ringing in the ears, sour stom
ach, morbid fear of leaving home! a
constant desire to talk of symptoms,
chills and hot flashes, hands and ft
usually cold and clammy, general ten
dency to coldness and dryness of tne
skin of the whole body, neuralgic head
ache, nervous chills, hyBterla, slnkt'ng
and faint spells, distressing palpitation
of the heart, defective eyesight, toHal
Inability to read, write or do any busi
ness, urine abundant, without colcr.
loss of flesh, sleeplessness and sexijal
excitability. Some of these eymptoiiis
are present In every case.
All that Is claimed for Peruna Is thiat
It cures catarrh, wherever located, by
Us action on tho vaso-motor sj-sttmci :V
nerves. That It Is a specific for Cis j
phase of catarrh called catarrhal z& w--vousness
the accompanying lettsi
Mr. T. W: Scott, Custom Housf, Su ',;
Francisco, Cal., writes:
"Some time ago, suffering from lcS- S
gestlon, loss of sleep, and what raUiS 4'
be termed general exhaustion, I vi ft
recommended to try Peruna. which 1 g
did. and found that It did all thiti
claimed for It." t
If you do not receive prompt and nvj
is factory results from tho use o Pej 'fl
runa. write at once to Dr. HarusiA p
giving a full statement of your cut
and he will be pleased to give 50a ti Jj,
valuable advice gratis. jj
Address Dr. Hartman. President j ,J
The Hartman Sanitarium. ColumhuJ,a 7
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