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A UNITED STATES SENATOR
Says Pc-ru-na, the Catarrh Cure,
Gives Strength and Appetite.
Hon. W. '. Roach, United States
Ilon. W. N. Roach, United States
ally endorses Peruna, the great catarrh cure and tonic. In a recent letter
to The Peruna Medicine Company, at Columbus, Ohio, written from
Washington, D. C, Senator Coach says:
"Persuaded by a- friend I have used Peruna as a tonic, and 1 am
glad to testify that it has greatly helped me in strength, vigor and
appetite. I have been advised by friends that it is remarkably eff ica
cious as a cure for the almost universal complaint of catarrh."
W. N. Roach, Larimore, North Dakota.
No other remedy can take the place of Peruna.
Ir. Ed. J. Makinson, contractor and
builder, 610 Grand Block, Wabasli
Street. St. Paul. Minn., says:
Many doctor
bills can be
saved by the
use of Peruna.
I have all my
friends taking
Peruna, and I
have heard
nothing but
praise from
them. Last fall
I had a bad
cough. I took
four bottles of
Peruna and it
cured me. I
am inclined to
wards con
sumption, a s
Mr. E. J Makinson,
Contractor and
Builder.
all my family
have died with
it.
I weigh 185 pounds, and I believe
is Peruna that has given me such
it
eood health." J. Makinson
As a result of the changeable cli
mate, catarrh has become one of the
most prevalent and universal diseases
known to man. Nearly one-third of
the people of the United States are
afflicted with catarrh in some of its
many phases and stages. Add to this
the fact that catarrh rapidly tends to
become fixed or chronic, also the fur
ther fact that it is capable of producing
a great many other diseases, and we
begin to realize the true nature of this
dread disease.
So formidable has catarrh become
that in every city or town of any size
numerous doctors" are to be found who
make the treatment of catarrh a spe
cialty. Of course a great deal of good
is accomplished in this way, but as
yet a comparatively small number of
the people can avail themselves of this
treatment because of the great expense
necessarily attached to it.
INTENSE PAIN IN
THE EYE is often
excruciating and
calls for immediate relief.
MITCHELL'S EYE SALVE
will do more for the suffer
er than all the new-fangled
remedies put together.
MITCHELL'S is an old, reli
able SALVE. Price, 25 cts.
Meat smoked in a few hoors with
KRAUSERS' LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE.
Mad from hickory wood. Giree floe flavor.
Oluntit, cbeapeat ; f res from insect. Send for
circular. . KKAC8& fe liKtk, UUtva, I'm.
11
T T x- - nun - ssl
SlpaturaM
ISAA e The Kind You Have Always
TNI CENTAUR COMMNT. TT MURRAY BTREIT.NKW TOUR CITY.
Cures a Congh or Cold at once.
Conquers Croup.Whooping-Cough.
Hoarseness. Bronchitis, Grippe and
Consumption. Mothers praise it. Doctors prescribe iL
Quick, sure results. Get only Dr. Bull's ! Price, 25 cents.
Dr. Bali's Pills curs Constipation. Fifty pills, 10 cts. Trial box. 5 cts.
AKA1N-Curefor Sore,Weak & Inflamed Eyes.
MITCHElXS ft SALVE
makes the use of drugs uNiHEcBs ary. Price, 25 Cents. Druggisfs.
Senator from 'orth Dakota.
Senator from North Dakota, person
To all such people Dr. Hartman's
remedy, Peruna, comes as a great boon.
Not only is it more successful in cur
ing catarrh than the treatment of the
cctarrh specialists, but it is within the
reach of every person in this land.
Peruna can be bought at any drug store,
and is a remedy without equal for
catarrh in all forms, coughs, colds, bron
chitis, consumption, and all climatic
diseases of winter.
Peruna is not a guess, nor an experi
ment; it is an absolute, scientific cer
tainty. Peruna cures catarrh wherever
located. Peruna has no substitutes
no rivals. Insist upon having Peruna.
Let no one persuade you that some oth
er remedy will do nearly as well. There
is no other systemic remedy for catarrh
but Peruna.
Mr. Byron J. Kirkhuff, attorney,
counsellor at law,
writes from 691
Gates avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y.,
the following:
"I have used
your Peruna for
catarrh and find
its curative
powers all you
recommend. It
cured me of a
very bad attack
and though I
Buffered for
years I feel en
tirely relieved,
and if it will
benefit others,
I cladlv rrive it
l!
Byron J. Kirkhuff,
Attorney and
Counsellor
at Law.
my endorsement." B. J. Kirkhuff.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman. srivine a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis.
Address Dr. Ilartman. president of the
Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus. Ohio-
Good morals
Pain's Horn.
make the best manners.
The nest rre.orlptlon for Chills
and Tever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic. It i. simply iron and quinine in
a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price,50c.
Any man may guess a woman's age, but
he never finds it out. Chicago Daily News.
If you want "good digestion to wait upon
your appetite" you should always chew a
bar of Adams' Pepsin Tutti Frutti.
An old bachelor says that marriage is a
synonym for trouble. Chicago Daily News.
I am sure Fiso's Cure for Consumption
saved my life three vears ago. Mrs. Thos.
Robbins. Maple
Street, Norwich, N. Y.,
Feb 17, 1900.
Genius can only breathe free in an at
mosphere of freedom. John Stuart Mill.
To Core a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
d riigKisis refund money if it fails tocure. 25c.
In
Use
For
Thirty Years
Bought
THE MEMPHIS BEUNION.
MxifPBZB, Tenn., Feb. 93. At a recent
meeting- of the general executive com
mittee of the Confederate reunion for
1901, a committee was appointed to join
with the several commercial bodies of
Memphis to risit Washington and in
rite President McKinley to be the guest
of the city of Memphis on the occasion
of the reunion in May next. The com
mittee will leave for the national capital
in a few days.
As the time for holding1 the reunion
approaches the several committees are
becoming- more active. The city is be
lag canvassed Dy tne committee on
hotels and accommodations and every
available room is being- registered. A.
D. Langstaff, secretary of the com mis
sary committee, a sub-organization oi
the freneral committee in charge oi
Confederate reunion arrangements, has
been very active in the past week or so
in the discharge of the duties assigned
to him. lie is engaged in planning waya
and means for caring for the Confeder
ate veterans when they come to the re
union. Many of the commands will
very likely bivouac in order to observe
trict army regulations, and if it should
prove true they will have to be cared
for the same as if they were in actual
service again but with more care for
their comfort. The commissary com
mittee is to look after these matters.
Mr. Lang-staff announces that it is the
purpose of the committee to have the
means of caring for every Confederate
veteran whether he is able to pay hia
own way or not, and they will do so if
it is possible. They want it understood
that the commissary committee is not
organized to look only after those who
are able to pay their own way, but to
look after the rest as well.
president of the association of medical
officers of the army and navy of the
Confederacy, and Dr. Deering S. Rob
erts of Nashville, Tenn., secretary of
the association, were in Memphis re
cently, in conference with Dr. G. B,
Malone and Dr. R. V. Mitchell of the
medical committee of the Confederate
reunion, relative to the meeting of the
association, which is to occur in this city
during the reunion of veterans in May.
Dr. Malone and Dr. Mitchell went over
the ground with the visiting gentlemen
and Drs. Kellar and Roberts expressed
the greatest satisfaction at what had
been planned and arranged by the med
ical committee for the comfort and con
venience of the association during its
meetings.
At a recent meeting of the medical
committee A. -D. Lang-staff appeared
before the committee and called atten
tion to the fact that a committee, of
which he is a member, held in trust
12,400 left over from a larger sum of
money raised a number of years ago
for sanitary purposes in Memphis. JJe
stated that he was willing to turn over
this money to be used for sanitary pur
poses during the reunion in May, pro
vided the proper authority be secured
Thereupon Dr. R. W. Mitchell moved
that the executive committee of the re
union be requested to take the neces
sary steps to secure this money to be
used for sanitary purposes.
The Mozart society has completed ar
rangements for a musical festival to be
given in-May during the reunion. The
main feature of the festival will be the
appearance of the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, under the direction of
Adolph Rosenbecker. The vocal solo
ists for the concerts will be Mme. Mere
lith, soprano; Miss Crawford, alto; E.
2. Towne, tenor; Dr. Carl Duff t, basso.
The Mozart society festival chorus
tvill render oratio Messiah for one con
cert and some shorter cantatas and
operatic excerpts for the others, and in
asmuch as these concerts will be given
for the entertainment of the Con fed er
ate veterans, it is hoped to enlist the
participation of every singer in Mem
phis in order to make the festival the
greatest possible success.
The finance committee under the di
rection of A. B. Pickett, has nearly
completed its labors. It was resolved
at the first meeting of the executive
committee that S50.000 would be re
quired to make a grand success of the
reunion. Chairman Pickett then and
mere promised to nave tnis sum on
hand in ample time, and he has kept
his word, as more than $40,000 is now
in bank subject to the committee's
check.
The Missouri Pacific and Choctaw,
Oklahoma & Gulf railroads have al
ready officially announced a 1-cent a
mile rate and the other large trunk
lines entering Memphis are expected to
make a similar announcement within a
few daj's.
Brigadier-General J. N. Thompson,
U. C. V., of Tuscumbia, Ala., is desigous
of information concerning William
Blarney, an ex-Confederate soldier, and
would be glad to ascertain whether he
is dead or alive as there is an amount
of money that has been bequeathed
him by relatives.
Experiments in the greenhouses of
the University of Nebraska to develop
a new species of nasturtium have proved
successful, and the new flower is in full
bloom. Its chief quality of excellence
is that it is continually and profusely in
flower.
Teaehinc tne Child.
We never know what part of the day's
experience will register itself indelibly
upon the little child's brain. A parent
lets no single opportunity pass of im
planting useful ideas. And what he
says today he may have to repeat to
morrow in another 'form. It is by
adding bit to bit that the idea finally
grows solid in the little one's mind. In
the midst of absorbing occupations we
should pause to answer a searching
question, not in a careless fashion, but
in a manner that will enable the child to
carry on the train of thought for him
self. Collar and Cuff Trust.
The long talked of syndicate of Troy,
N. Y., collar, cuff and shirt wholesale
houses is now regarded as a certainty
by the manufacturers concerned. No
outside capital will be required to swing
the combination, the name of which
will probably be the American Collar,
Cuff, and Shirt Company. The interests
of those represented in the deal aggre
gate $20,000,000. Instead of having in
dividual offices in the different large
cities, a single clearing house will be
established in each market cOTtriPg
the general business,
T
AEWULTO
Letters Proving Positively that
there is No Medicine for Woman's
Ills Equal to Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
VMM 0m0M sMt
ANNIE
(AXIi LETTERS ARB PUBLISHED BT SPECIAL rEHMISSIOK.)
"I cannot say enough in regard to
It has done me more good than all the
female weakness in its worst form for
and was so weaK tnat l couia not ao my
1 also had falling of the womb and
and at menstrual periods I suffered
very hard. I could not lift anything
stand on my feet long at a time. My
doctors but they did me no good. My husband s sister wrote what the Vege
table Compound had done for her, and wanted me to try it, but I did not then
think it would do me any good. After a time, I concluded to try it, and I can
truly say it does ali that is claimed for
and seven packages of Sanative Wash have made a new woman of me, I have
had no womb trouble since taking the fifth bottle. I weigh more than I have
in years ; can do all my own housework, sleep well, have a good appetite, and
now feel that life is worth living. I
etable Compound I feel that it has
out itfor anything. I am always glad to recommend it to all my sex, for I
know if they will follow Mrs. Pinkham's directions, they will be cured."
Uratefully yours, aibs. Annie
CHANGE OF LIFE.
" I was taken sick
five years ag-o with
The Grippe,' and
had a relapse and
was given up by
the doctor and my
friends. Chang-e
of Life began to
work on me. I
flowed very badly
until a year ago,
then my stomach
and lunc-s c-ot so
bad, I suffered terribly ; the blood
went up in my lung's and stomach, and
1 vomited it up. I could not eat
scarcely anything-. I cannot tell what
I suffered with my head. My hus
band g-ot me a bottle of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and before
I had taken half of it I beg-an to im-
prove.and to-day I am another woman.
Airs, nnkham s medicine has saved mv
life. I cannot praise it enoug-h."
M. A. Densok, Millport, N.Y.
$5000
REWARD. We have deposited with the National City Bank of Lynn, $5000,
which will be paid to any person who can find that the above testimonial letters
are not genuine, or were published before obtaining the writer's special per
mission. LYDIA E. PrXKHAM MEDICINE CO.
Genuine
Carter's
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Fac-Simlle Wrapper Below.
Taory aaaavtl aad as easy
to take as smgar.
FOR HEADACHE.
CARTERS
FOR 0I7IIKESS.
FOR BILIOUSNESS.
FOR TORPID LIVER.
FOR CONSTIPATION.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
ITTLE
IVER
LLC
. wati vJlas saw ail na'i
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Darne Cannot Be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There ia
only one way to cure deafness, and that ia
uy coiiHtiiuiiouai remedies, ueamess is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will ; be destroyed forever;
nine cases of of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for"any
Case Of Deafness icaiind hv catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
bend for circulars, free.
, r . J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
There is one serious objection to estab
lishing communication with Mars. It will
inevitably bring on more dialect stories.
The Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
Thirty minutes is all the time required to
dye with ictxam vadeless uies.
Bold by
all druggists.
It must b difficult for a square man to
look round. Ally bloper
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Mrs. PINKHAGfl
THQMP50R
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
doctors. I have been troubled with
about ten years. I had leucorrhoea
housework.
inflammation of the womb and ovaries,
terribly. At times my back would ache
or do any heavy work ; was not able to
husband spent hundreds of dollars for
it. Ten bottles of the V egetable Com-
owe all to Lydia E. lMivkliam's Veg
saved my life and would not be with
iHOiirsox, bouth Hot feprings, Ark.
PROFUSE PERIODS.
taking- Lydia E.
Pinkham's Veg-e-table
Compound
about 3 months
ago, and cannot
express the won
derful g-ood it has
done me. Men
struations were so
profuse as to leave
me very weak for
some time after.
Was also troubled with leucorrhoea,
tired feeling-, bearing-down sensation,
pain across the back and thig-hs. I
felt as though there was a heavy
weig-ht in my stomach all the time.
I have taken two bottles of the medi
cine, and now have better health than
I have had for four years."
Mas. Lizzie Dickson Hodge,
Avalon, Ohio.
In Monrninjs.
Butcher rLeft o' mutton? Yes'm.
Mrs. De Rigeur And let it be off a
black sheep, if you pleas. We're in
mourning, you know. Philadelphia Rec
ord. We often read of the canopy of heaven;
I wonder if it's supported by the moon's
beams? Ally Sloper.
When you forget there are others you
are nearing a burned bridge. Atchison
G'lobe.
1
lit
ill
watch our next advertisement. TnoT nss Deen Trearea wnn poiisn
ing materials, in order to hide imperfections. Look at the
package! Is a lion's head on it? LION COFFEE is the coffee
of purity and strength. Try it once.
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a tally Illustrated and descriptive
list. No housekeeper, in fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article
which will contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may have by
simply catting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of oar one pound sealed
packages (which is the only form ia which this excellent coffee is sold).
W00L5ON SPtCB CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.
a - si
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my
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FREE PI
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TO HOT SPRINGS
ARKANSAS
Tbreo Daily Train.
TO OKLAHOMA
AND
Indian Territory
Tws Dallx Trains.
Pullman Sleepers and Free Reclining
Chair Cars all the way without change to
TEXAS and the WEST- The very best
of connections. Cheap home-aeekers tickets
on sale first and third Tuesdays each month B
Memphis Ticket Offio, 13 Monroe St. D
F. D. BL1CKMAN, T. P. A.,
Cbattanoocra. Tenn.
Frank M. Griffith, t. P. A.,
Memphis, Tenn.
Go. H. Lie, Gen. P. & T. A.,
Little Rock, Ark.
READERS OP THIS PAPER
DESIRING TO BUY ANYTHING
ADYERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS
SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING
WHAT THEY ASK FOR. REFUSING
ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS.
The Prince Declined.
When the prince of Wales was about to
visit Niagara Falls Blondin had a rival,
one Farini, who was a character. He is
sued an advertisement urging that the
prince make his initial entrance to the
great and glorious United States in a
striking manner. Accordingly he proposed
that he should wheel the prince in a wheel
barrow over a tight rope across the gorge
to the United States an entrance that
would be unparalleled! Then the notice
added: "Should any accident happen to
his highness whereby he should happen to
be precipitated to the gulf below (of which,
I assure you, there is little danger) the
money taken from the spectators shall b
refunded."' Chicago Jntr Ocean.
Where the ThleTM Were.
The wife of a well-known and very pop
ular member of the house of representa
tives was telling a 6tory on him the other
day. which was much appreciated.
The gentleman came in rather late the
other night after a convivial time. He was
tired and sleepy, and scarcely struck the
bed before he was in a profound slumber.
Toward morning the good wife became
alarmed by unusual noises, and immediate
ly visions of plunder and violence disturbed
her imagination. She shook her spouse
with vigor and cried: "Jim, wake up;
wake up!" He gave an extra snort and
snore, and turned over. She shook him
again, screaming: "Jim, you must get up;
there are thieves in the house!"
Arousing himself for a moment, he said:
"On, no, my dear; there are no thieves in
the house; they are all in the senate."
Baltimore Sun.
A LUXURY WITH IfJ THE REACH
OLIND MAN'S BUFP Is a good
gome to ploy. But you can
not afford to p!ay It with coffee.
Know what you are drinking!
Know what you purchase!
Uncover
whether you
or some cheap glazed substitute
sa as e mm SB e SB
Ldw RaflfSs'fo Texas.
At frequent interval dur-
ng 1 90 1, round trip
icketswill be sold via the
ttvn Sett Route,
fjTomiCafraUhd
rAJ:emphi$"to points
Irtr Arkansas, Louis
Sana, Texas,' and
Indian and Okla-
bma:Territories,
a t greatly . red uced
rates.
iVhert you want fo fo: Mo
w6uld lik to ltv. and wo
I you when you can itcuro on
low-ntt tickets 0)4 what It win
Ve will alto tn4 you a om4to
schedule for the trio and an InteestlflF
"A Trip to Taxai.-
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SHOTGUNS o Factoryloaded
shotgun shells,
aell them. 2 "REPEATtK.
YINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. wm prow
No
crop
can be
grown
without
Potash.
Supply
enough Pot
ash and your
profits will be,
large; without
Potash your
crop will be
"scrubby.'
Our books, telling about composition of fertilizers
beat adapted for all crops, are free to all fanners.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
03 Nassau Su, New York.
150 KINDS
For 1 6 Cents
trer weirt&rtad oat for .,uuonw
customers. We reoeiTad SiO.000. W
now hare on onr books 1,110,000 nam as.
We wish 390,000 mora in lyul, maklnc
1.500,000 full, hence this unprecedented
offer for 16 cents postpaid of
SO kinds of rarest luM-laaa radishes,
IS maa-nlfleent earliest meloas,
IS sorts (lerlon toasatttea.
a peerlem lettuce varieties,
1 S splendid beet sorts,
65 a-oraeoualj beaattful flower seeds
Ia mil 160 Sioda. sare lo delizht aod pleas sod
esptlTate jour bea.ru. toeethtr wi to, our great
umatratM riant sad Hrea valaloc, telling ail
Billioa Dollar Grata. Peaoat, Teosiate.
Brornna, Spelts. Onloo Sard at 6M., ete.. all
Tor 16 eeats stamps aaa this aatlee.
vaiaio poauiToiT woria siuv to aaj
plantar of tardea aad farm aaada.
JOHN A. SALZER 8EED CO.
1M La Oroaae, Wis,
aJ
f f3 f no NEW DISCO TEST; glvea
lallmWI O I quick relief and cures won
rases. Book of testimonials and IO days' treatment
Free Dr. H. H. GRaXN'S SONS, Box D, Atlanta, Ua.
Use CERTAINS CUBE
eoo
150
mm
UD. TstAtaM GO
CURLS fchtfiE
AiLS.
Beat Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
In time. Sold br dmeylst.
A. N. K.-F
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WH WRITIXO TO ADVEUTISERS
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meat la, thla puper.
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