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Of National Reputation are the Men Who
A Kemarkable Case Reported From the State
CONGRESSMAN HOWARD OF ALABAMA.
House of Representatives, )
Washington, Feb. 4, 1899.
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus,
Gentlemen I have taken Peruna
now for two weeks, and find 1 am very
much relieved. 1 feel that my cure
will be permanent. I have also taken
It for la grippe, and I take pleasure in
recommending Peruna as an excelleut
remedy to all fellow sufferers."
M. W. Howard.
Congressman Howard's home ad
Cress is Fort Payne, Ala.
MOST people thick that catarrh is a
disease confined to the head and nose.
Nothing is farther from the truth. It
may be that the nose and throat is the oft
enest affected by catarrh, but if thisis bo it is
so only because these parts are more ex
posed to the vicissitudes of the climate than
the other parts of the body.
Every organ, every duct, every cavity of
the human body is liable to catarrh. A mul
titude of ailments depend on catarrh. This
is true winter and summer. Catarrh causes
many cases of chronic disease, where the
victim has not the slightest suspicion that
catarrh lias anything to do with it.
The following letter' which gives the ex
perience of Mr. A. C. Lockhart is a esse in
Mr. A. C. Lockhart, West Henrietta, N.
Y., Box 58, in a letter written to Dr. Hart
man says the following of Peruna:
"About fifteen years ago I commenced to
be ailing, and consulted a physician. He
pronounced my trouble a species of dys
pepsia, and advised me, after he had treat
ed me about six months, to get a leave of ab
Just to Remind Her.
It was not one of those lovers' quarrels
which ar got for the sake of enjoying tb?
sweets of making it up asa'n," but a t.&,
genuine affair in which ooth parties felt
thoroughly aggrieved They parted in an-
f er, and next day the lady wrote him the fol
owing rote: "Jlerewvh 1 return ail your
presents, with the exception of the diamond
ring, which I shail keep to remind me of
your meanness and liorcil conduct alto
"Yes, it is terrible," moaned the Weep
ing Mother. "It is terrible to think of our
little son in the hands of the kidnapers."
"But," said the Sympathizing Friend,
"think of the social presitige it gives you."
Had a Variety.
"What is your husband's favorite fiction J"
asked the inquisitive person.
"I can hardly say at a moment's notice,"
aid the patient wife, "whether he prefers
the sick friend story or the detained at the
office on business narrative." Indianapolis
Age(able Preparalionfor As
ling the S tomchs andBowels of
. J2v efOUa-SiKUELPHVOR
Aperfecl Remedy f or Constipa
Tlon, Sour Stonach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions ,Fe verish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
to Fellow Sufferers.
sence from mv business and eo into the coun
try. I did so and eot temuorarv relief. I
went back to work again, but was taken
with, very distressing pain&in my stomach.
'I seldom had a Dassare of the bowel
naturally. I consulted another physician
with, no better results. Ihe disease kept
growing on me, until I had exhausted the
ability of sixteen of Rochester's best phy
sicians. Ihe last physician advised me to
give up my work and go south, after he had
treated me for one vear.
"I was given a thorough examination with
me .A.-ray. iney coum not even determine
what my trouble was. borne of your testi
monials in the Rochester papers seemed to
me worthy of consideration, and I made up
my mind to try a bottle of Peruna. Before
the bottle was half gone I noticed a change
tor the better. 1 am now on the hith bottle,
and have not an ache or pain anywhere. My
bowels move regularly every day, and I have
taken on eighteen pounds of flesh. I have
recommended ieruna to a great many, and
thev recommend it verv hienlv. I have told
several people that if they would take a bot
tle of Peruna, and could then candidly say
that it had not benefited them, I would pay
ror the medicine. A. U. Jockhart.
Mr. W. P. Peterson, of Morris, 111., say:
"I was nearly sead with catarrhal dys
pepsia and am now a well man, better, in.
fact, than I have been for twenty years or
"Since I got cured by your Peruna I have
been consulted by a great many DeoDle.
If j'ou do not derive prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use of Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state
ment 01 your case, and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
liartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Cheap Rates to California.
February 12th and each Tuesday there
after, until and including April 30th, Special
Low Rate Colonist Tickets will be soid via
the Southern Pacific's Company's "Ogden"
and runset lvoutes to all points in Califor
nia. The rate will be: From Chicago
$30.00, from St. Louis, Memphis and New
Orleans $27.50, from Omaha, Kansas City,
etc., ?2j.0O. Corresponding low rates from
alj other points east and north.
For particulars and detailed information
pertaining to the Southern 1'acinc Com
pany s Koutes, and these special rates to Cal-
jiorma, cail upon or address
W. U. Keimyer, G. W. A., S. P. Co., 238
Clark 6t.. Chicago. 111.
W. II. Connor, C. A., S. P. Co., Chamber
01 Commerce li.cz.. Cincinnati. Ohio.
G. G. Herring, C. A., S. P. Co., 711 Park
liiclg., l'.ittsburir. 1'a.
L. E. Townsley, C. A., S. P. Co., 421 Olive
bt., fct. J-iOUIS, Mo.
C. C. Carv, C. A., S. P. Co., 208 Sheidley
He who will not listen to the teachings of
laiiure siiail nevi hear the vo :m of success,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THB CSftTAUft COMMMV. NEW VON CITY.
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FACTS AND FIGURES
Showing Why th Present Cotton Will K
Kach Ton ML'llons, Bat W1U Moro
IAkely Bo Aroand Nino and On
Hlf Million Bales.
The figures submitted are those of Mr. R. G.
Hester, the efficient superintendent of the New
Orleans Cotton Exchange, and are accepted aa
reliable, correct and official the world oyer.
First take the crop ot 1891-95, which
On Feb. 1, 1895, the amount la sight was 8,014.470
Matin? amount that came in sleht
from Feb. 1 to Sept. 1. 1.886.T81
Add to tuts the amount mat nas come
In sleht so far. for the present crop
Urom Sept. 1 to Feb. 1) 7,690,015
Bhould receipts this year he equal to
those 01 tnat year, irom trto. 1 to
Sept. 1, the result would be a crop ot 9,476,796
Ibis result is most probable, as receipts
so far tnis year are Denina tnose 01
that year on Feb. 1 424.455
To-wit: Amount in sight, crop of 1894-
95 on reD. 1 8.UU.470
Acainst amount in sunt, crop 01 lwu-
1901, On ttO. 1 7.090,013
Amount short of the crop of 1894-95 on
feD. 1 434,455
We have had an unprecedented fall and win
ter to pick and move the present crop, beside a
tarce number of branch railroads have been
built since 1894 In every section of the cotton
belt, facilitating movements over the slow ox
carts and mule wagons in use then. Another
potent factor, which is Irresistible to increase
and stimulate movements, is the marked dlffer-
1 ence in price, which is 10 cents for upland mid
dling in New York against 6 cents then, and
5 i3-32d in Liverpool against only 2 31-32d on
February 1, 1895 almost double.
Again, take the crop of 1896-97. which
was only 8.757.964
un reD. 1, isi, tne amount in signt was 7,rje,4Gi
Making the amount that came in sleht
from Feb. 1 to Sept. 1 1.631.503
Ada to inis amount tnat nas come in
sight so far for the present crop (from
Sept. 1 to Fab. 1) 7,890,015
Should receipts of this year be equal to
tuose 01 inai year irom t oo. 1 to sept.
1. the result would be a croD of 9.221.518
1 no aoove ngures snow tnat tne present
crop is only ahead 01 tne crop 01 1896-
97 at the same date. Feb. 1 483.554
To-wit: Amount In sight Feb. 1, 1901.. 7,590,015
Against amouui in signt feD. 1, isct... 7,126,461
Amount over the short crop of 8,757,-96-1
on Feb. 1
Admitting that the receipts would gain
as nnicu irom too. 1 to sept. 1 as tney
have to date, this would yet only re
sult in a crop of 9,708,711
The difference In price of upland middling In
New York is 10 cents on Feb. 1, 1901, against
7 6-16 on Feb. 1, 1897, and 5 l3-32d in Liverpool
against 3 15-16d on Feb. 1, 1897.
Now take the largest crop on record.
the bumper of 1893-99. which was 11.274.840
On Feb. 1, 1899, amount in sight was... 8,895,533
Making amount that came in sight
from Feb. 1 to Sept. 1 2.379.308
Aa a 10 in is me amount inai nas come
in sight so far for the present crop
from Sept. 1 to Feb. 1 7,590,015
Should receipts this year be equal to
inose 01 mac ye.irirom f eD. 1 10 sept.
1, the result would be a crop of 9,969,323
Scarcely any one who ii familiar with the ter
rible condition of the weather during the fall
and winter of 189S-99, could be found who would
believe today Jhat the receipts from this on
could be near as heavy as they were that year.
The weather so far this year has been the finest
ever known, against the very worst in that year
ever known before. Almost a continuous rain.
snow or sleet prevailed the entire season, delay
ing picking and movements. Every man.
woman and child in the South remembers well
that on Feb. 1, 1899, there was scarcely a
field in the entire cotton belt, on poor hill as
well as on rich bottom lands, that was not white
with cotton, while this year it has long since
been picked. And that year, in hundreds ot
fields as iate as April and May, was witnessed
the unprecedented sight ot cotton being picked
in one part w hile plowing was in progress at the
other part of the field.
The price that year reached the lowest on
record in New Yortc During November upland
middling was selling for 5 5-16c, and on Feb. 1,
1899, It was quoted at 6c, against 10 cents to
day, and in Liverpool it was 3Ud against 5
i3-32d today. Only a day or two ago as high as
12 cents was quoted in New York, and a large
quantity of cotton was delivered on this basis.
The difference in acreage between the present
crop and that monster crop Is a mere bagetelie.
The Department of Agriculture
maxes tne acreage ior tne pres
ent crop 25.034.734 acres
Against that of 1898-99 24,967,295 acres
An increase of only 67,439 acres
Again, take the percentage In sight on Feb. 1
since 1894-95, it will be shown to be 78.24-100.
This would result in a crop of 9,700,935 bales.
Note that I only figure on the lowest moving
crops, those since my comparison commences
1894-95. Were I to make comparison with the
sixteen years which Mr. Hester's published card
shows, the average for the period would be
81.09V4-100, which would result in a crop of only
9,359,900. I have made diligent Inquires regard-
ing the quantity of cotton held back on planta
tions, and in uncounted towns, and find that it is
no larger than usual and much under last season.
As to the probable visible supply of American
cotton on hand on Sept. 1, 1901, so much has
already been said on this subject that I shall
only make one statement: "It will scarcelybe
a mere shadow of its former self." Mr. Henry
Nelll in his crop report of Nov. 29, gives the
visible and Invisible on Sept. 1, 1901, at only
820,000 bales. These, I think, are full figures, as
it is conceded by all authorities that the con
sumption of American cotton will be around 10,-
100,000 bales the present season. This will leave
the visible supply on Sept. 1. 1901. one o( the
smanesi ever Known.
W hat are the possibilities of above figures and
statements? Liverpool last September recorded
mis legend on ner uiacKDoaru: , wi ior Ameri
can initialing cotton (or id cents ol our money).
W bat will be the natures Jiext September? Who
dare answer New York only last week bad 124
cents ior January delivery. WD at will be the
figures next May, June, July, August and Sep
tember when the size of this crop is fully real
ized me nomers or spot cotton in the soutn
have it in their power to icet 11 and 12 cents for
the balance of this crop If they demandlt. And
it tney reiuse to sell for any less they can get It.
Cotton has sold for 12 and 13 cents in the South
for several years not so long ago. This Is not
an unusual price, in is tne writer Douicnt
miauling cotton at bvj cents, and inside of sixty
days sold the same cotton for 13 cents. From
lx. 9 to 1890. except the year 1886, cotton In New
lorn nas sold around i cents tne latter cart ot
the season. In 1890 the price was 12 to 128 cents
during the months of May, June, July and part
ot August, wny not get 12 cents today? The
Southern holders are in a much better position
today to hold their staple than ever before. The
rate of interest is about one-half of what it was
ten years ago, and most of them do not need to
oorrow. Every bale will be needed and wanted
before Sept. l, no matter what the prospect for
the next crop will be. as it Is well known that
spinners have no stock on hand. My advice to
holders of spots Is not to sacrifice another bale
at present low prices, fay no attention wnat-
ever to the self-interested and biased utterances
of some cotton buyers. The demand for spots
will increase as the price goes up, which is
always the case, and you will witness an unpre
cedented rush to cover ttieir snort sales, re
spectfully, K. Des Jabdixs.
wempuis, xenn., r eD. 1. 1901.
Merely Followed an Example.
The 3rounpf man in Kansas City who
secured $700 of Mr. Rockefeller's money
by holding up one of Mr. Rockefeller's
cashiers evidently has made a study of
Standard Oil methods and adapted
them to small financial operations. His
capital was a six-shooter worth about
S5 and by judiciously employing1 it in
combination with unscrupulous nerve
and sagacity he made it yield a divi
dend of 11,900 per cent. He also im
itated the Standard Oil Company in en
listing the aid of a railroad in c-ettincr
away with the plunder. Philadelphia
Working Out Grans Problem.
Among the great nations of the world
this has been the first to give official
recognition to the importance of grass
crops by establishing in the Depart
ment of Agriculture a division of agros
tology, especially devoted to working-
out grass problems. During- the last
year 6,000 trial packages of seeds from
collections made by the division have
been distributed, more than 8,000
grasses have been identified for corre
spondents, and replies to more than 600
inquiries relative to the methods of
cultivation, uses and feeding yalue of
grasseg have becfl pre pajtd.
"What nonsense!" -xrmrA TV T.V.
ton aa he tossed aside the heart-to-heart
talks page. "What utter nonsense!"
"TV. U -1 r : , - .
aw nuik iw juu iciciiiu; wquirea mi
"To the assertion that & women need not
expect a man to pay her as much attention
after they are married as he paid her be
fore. I am absolutely sure, Henrietta, that
I mind quicker now than I ever did."
Still More Coanterfeltlnc.
The Secret Service has nnearthed an
other band of counterfeiters, anil cAPiirH
Jarg quantity of bogus bills, which are so
cleyerly executed that the average person
would never suspect them of beinir snuri-
ous. Things of gTeat value are always se
lected for imitation, notably Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, which has many imitators,
but few equals for disorders like indijres-
non, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness
and general debility. Always tro to reliable
druggists who have the reputation of giving
what you ask lor.
Avoiding the Rush.
Politician Tell me the best way to cet out
Friend Turn prohibitionist.
"Oh. that's too sudden: I want to eet out
gradually." The Smart Set.
f 100 Reward $10O.
The readers of this raner will be Dleased
to learn that there ii at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall'c
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surtaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work. Ihe
proprietors have so much faith in its cura
tive powers that thev offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
oena lor list ot testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney &, Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Immune from Kidnaping?.
"Oh. my." giggled the Ladv of Uncertain
Age, 'I am so afraid to go on the streets
alone, now that the kidnapers are so bold.
lou neean t worry. They only steal peo
ple in their first childhood," was the reas
suring statement of the Bald Partv with the
Ingrowing Sneer on his face. Baltimore
Those Great Inventions.
Admiring Friend What makes you think
your discovery was so great a Buccess?
ITotessor wny, as soon as i announced
the idea every savant in Europe remembered
that he had known of it since he cut his
first teeth! Chicago Daily Jews.
Career and Cliarn-cter of Abraham
An address hv .Tosenh Oinafe. Ambas
sador to Great Britain, on the career and i
character of Abraham Lincoln his early
uie uis eariy struggles wun me worm I
his character as developed in the later years J
of his life and his administration, which ;
placed his name so high on the world's roll !
ot honor and tame, has been published by
the Chicatro. Milwaukee &. St. Paul Ifailwav
and may be had by sending six (6) cents in
postage to F. A. Miller, General Passenger
Agent, Chicago, 111.
Makes Matters Even.
"Yes. weare receivine and answering mes
sages from Mars every day," said the Emi
"But. if you cannot understand the mes
sages, how can you answer them: asked
the Obtruse Person.
"Huh! replied the Eminent Scientist,
'they can't understand the answers.
either." Baltimore American.
lYot a. Bargraln.
"Mr. Terkins, I rather dislike to take your
last daughter away from you.
"Oh. that s all risht: she is the Inst one.
but I don't intend to let her no one cent
cheaper than the others, ivu.it salary ao i
you get!" Detroit Free Press.
Sweat and fruit acids will not discolor
poods dyed with Putnam Fadeless Dyes.
Sold by all druggists.
ilUt lUUbt 1 Ul U A (711, 1 11U
you have been living too high."' Jaundice
"It can't be that, Jtctor; you know we've
moved out of that eight-story fiat." Ohio
All men that are ruined are ruined ou
the side of their natural propensities.
HaDniness cannot be bought, but one of
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The Beat Prescription for Chills
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Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and ouinine in
a tasteless form. Xocure no pay. Price, 50c.
Our Fickle Climate. "I got my cutter
down yesterday." "Did you? Ride?"
r0D. Dusted it ana put it DacK. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Youth is a manuscript without the blue
pencil marks. Puck.
Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spbken of
as a cough cure. J. V. O'Brien, 322 Third
Ave., .Minneapolis, .linn., Jan. b, lyou.
'Tis a kind of deed to say well, and yet
words are no deeds. Shakespeare.
If you want to make a liar mad ask him
to do some lying for you. Atchison Glooe.
Love can make us friends as well as angels.
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Ouinine Tablets. All
druggistsrefundmoneyif itfailstocure. 25c.
There is no end to the rinxs a woman
wears. Chicago Daily News.
Prudence is the knowledge of tilings to be
fought and to be avoided. Cicero.
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On February 1 9th you can buy
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SKt'- following crop will
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