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SISTERS OF CHARITY
RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT
Catarrh, Coughs, Colds and Grip.
SISTER BEATRIX '
A letter recently received ly Dr. Ilartman from Sister Beatrix, 410 V. SOth
street, New York, reads as follows :
Dr. S. B. Hart man. Columbus. Ohlo:
Dear Sir: " I cannot say too much in praise of Peruna. Eight bottles
of it cured me of catarrh -of the lungs of four years standing, and I would
not have been without it for anything. It helped several Sisters of coughs,
and colds and I have yet to find one case of catarrh that it does not cure."
Interesting Letters from
In every country of the civilized
world the Sisters of Charity are known.
Not only do they minis
ter to the spiritual and
intellectual needs of the
charges committed to
their care, but they also
minister to their bodily
needs. , With so many
children to take care of and to pro
tect from climate and disease, these
wise and prudent sisters have found
Peruna a never-failing safeguard. -
Dr. Ilartman receives many letters
from Catholic Sisters from all over the
United States. A recommend recentlj'
received from a Catholic institution in
Detroit, Mich., reads as follows :
Every man is a volume, if you know how
to read him. Channing.
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Shiest el ti
Every woman who has the care of a fam
ily or household has at one time or another
spells of backache, nervous weakness, head
ache, heartburn or indigestion, caused as a rule
by worry, overwork, irregular meals or habit
ual constipation. To all women who suffer in
this way we say, take PRICKLY ASH BITTERS,
it will cure you. It performs a mar
velous transformation. The tired, weak,
despondent, pale, nervous victim
is soon a strong, bright, happy
women with rosy cheeks
Sold verywhere at
Use a good, penetrating liniment when there's a hurt,
bruise, pain in your body or the body of your beast.
worms its way down through the swollen,-fevered
muscles to the very heart of pain and drives it out.
Dr. S. B. ffartman, Columbus, Ohio:
Dear Sir: "The young girl who
used the Peruna was suffering from
laryngitis, and loss of voice. The re
sult of the treatment was most satis
factory. She found great relief, and
after farther use of the medicine we
hope to be able to say she is entirely
cured." Sisters of Charity.
This young girl was under the care of
the Sisters of Charity and used Peruna
for catarrh of the throat, with good re
sults as the above letter testifies.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving- a
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
' Mrs. Muggins How long had you known
your hubatid before you married him?
Mr?. J5upgin I didn't know him at all.
I only thought I did. Philadelphia Rec
ord. Stop the Congh
and works off the cold. Laxative Bromo
Quinine Tablets. Price 25 cents
"What are they arresting the man for?"
"They taught him selling coal in short
measure strawberry boxes." Cleveland
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble remedy for coughs and colds. N. W.
Samuel, Ocean. Grove, X. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
Never be liberal beyond your reputa
tion; it excites suspicion. Indianapolis
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more goods,
brighter colors, with less work than others!
Fear is nursed in the lap of imagination.
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(Tennessee State News)
Compromised on Charter.
At a mass meeting of citizens at
Murfreesboro it was resolved to ask
the legislature to abolish the pres
ent charter and give the town a new
charter. Mayor Crichlow read an
agreement signed by the officers of
the Anti-Saloon League and the
whisky dealers of Murfreesboro,
agreeing that abolition- of the present-charter
and deincorporation be
enacted by the legislature, -to take
effect Julj' 1, 1903. A resolution
approving the agreement was adopt
ed unanimously. This practically
settles the whisky question in. Mur
freesboro without the excitement
and friction of an election. -
Three Big Damage Salts.
Robert Belcher and his wife have
commenced two big damage actions
against A. J. Brewer and George
Stubblefield, each for $10,000 and
one suit for $10,000 against Brewer
individually. . The actions are
brought for damage of character.
The plaintiffs state that they were
unjustly accused of stealing $1,G00
from Brewer & Stubblefield s store
in Viola, ten miles west of McMinn
ville. Both the parties to the suit
are prominent. The cases when
tried will excite great interest.
Fishermen Prayer Granted.
The case in chancery, in which
Maj. J. C. Harris, proposed owner
of Reelfoot lake, enjoined Apple
white and Johnson from fishing in
Reelfoot, and which injunction they
prayed Judge John S. Cooper to dis
solve, was heard by the judge at
Trenton last week, and the fisher
men's prayer was granted, they be
ing compelled, though, to give bond,
to reimburse J. C. Burdick, lessee
of the hunting and fishing privi
leges, should the case be decided
against them. Applewhite's bond
was $800, Johnson's $400.
Five New Rural Route.
Five rural free delivery rotates
have been instituted in Tipton coun
ty. They are in charge of Harper
Buford, Robert Hastings, Wilton
Webb, James Bowden and Eugene
Smith. The rurals comprise the fol
lowing postoffices and vicinity:
Mount Carmel, Bride, Burleson,
Garland, Dawson, Tabernacle, Gift
and Mount Lebanon.
Cnttlnc Affray at Camden.
An altercation occurred at Cam
den last week between Landon.Wy
ly, a young man of that place, and
S. P. White. The dispute arose
while en route to the,station in the
bus, terminating .in . a cutting affair
when they reached the station.
White was cut about the face and
neck and was carried to Hunting
don, where medical attention was se
cured. Killed In m Wreck.
In a wreck at Fulton, Ky., on the
Illinois Central railroad, caused by
the train running into an open
switch, George Brown, of Jackson,
who was making his first trip as fire
man, was killed by the overturning
of the engine. The remains were
interred at his home in Madison
Increased Postal Receipts.
The receipts of the Memphis post
office for the month of January this
vear were $4,545.99 in excess of the
receipts .for the same month of last !
vear. The increase in the receipts
is a result of the rapid growth of
The State's Finances.
The receipts of the State treasury
during January were $286,408.93,
and disbursements for the same 'pe
riod $461,752.50. The balance in
the treasury on January 31 was
$194,797.02, against $52,862.32 on
the same date in 1902.
Buying Land for the Post.
The government has completed
the purchase of all land needed
for the permanent army post being
constructed at Chattanooga by se
curingthe Howell tract of 108 acres.
This is given out by government au
thorities as the most forcible denial
of the story that Atlanta will get
Chlcven Show at Trenton.
A very pretty scene was the chick
en show at Trenton last week.
Poultrymen from all parts of the
county. had on exhibition a number
of their blooded chickens, making
a long row of coops filled with the
finest varieties of the various breeds
of the South.
Tragedy at Rlrerton.
In a difficulty near Riverton,
Tenn., James Linder was shot and
killed by 'John Tutor, the latter dis
charging a load of buckshot into
Linder's face, tearing away his un
der jaw. Two years ago Linder
killed his uncle, James Linder, near
Riverton. They became involved in
an altercation and the young man
struck his uncle in the head with
a stone, fracturing his skull and re
Had a Negro Husband.
A woman representing a lace con
cern stopped at a well known Jack
son boarding house several dayg
since and announced that her hus
band would join her in a few days,
and he did, coming one night. The
next morning it was discovered that
he was a negro, though of mixed
blood. The negro and his wife
were told to make themselves scarce
in Jackson, which they did, leaving
on tho next train.
New Coal Fields Opened.
Several large tracts of coal land
near Harriman are to be extensively
developed. Judge John II. Hatfield
is interested in the Briar Creek Coal
Companjs lands in- Cumberland
county, which will be operated. The
United States Realty Company, of
Harriman, is preparing to open coal
and timber lands in Roane, Cumber
land and Scott counties. Harriman
is now selling good domestic coal,
delivered in yard for $2.25 per ton.
The price in Knoxville, fifty-one
miles away, is $4.50.
Joking Led to Shooting.
A negro named Brooks was sent
to the penitentiary by a jury at the
last term of Circuit Court at Union
City. Last week at Harris Statron,
several 3'oung men began guying
Brooks' brother about the latter go
ing to the penitent iary. The negro
became exasperated, and pulling a
pistolvbegan firing at the crowd, one
of the shots striking Fon Polsgrove,
an innocent bystander, making an
ugly flesh wound in his right thigh.
After emptving his pistol the negro
Mrs. Ilowel Awaffded Damages.
In the Circuit Court at Xashville
Mrs. Carrie Howell was awarded
judgment against the X., C. & St.
L. railway for $11,000 damages.
Mrs. Howell lives at Little Rock,
and was injured at Cowan, Tenn.,
while en route from Sewanee fo Ark
ansas. The coach in which she was
riding was sidetracked, and while
on the sidetrack another coach got
away from an engine and bumped
into that in which Mrs. Howell was
riding. She was thrown forward
violently and her jaw broken, and
she was otherwise injured.
Camdenltes Kick on Oil.
The Camden merchants are expe
riencing a great deal of trouble by
the kick their customers are making
about the coal oil which the- are sell
ing. The merchants say they are
paying one cent per gallon more for
oil now than they did two months
ago and are retailing it at the same
old price, notwithstanding the fact
that they are getting an inferior
grade of oil.
New Depot Opened.
The new passenger station of the
Southern Railway in "Knoxville,
built at a cost of $100,000, was for
mally opened a few days ago. It is
the handsomest station on- the entire
Southern system and required six
teen months for construction.
Gallatin to Go Dry.
An election has been ordered for
February 14 at Gallatin on the ques
tion of surrendering the city's char
ter, reincorporating under the
amended four-mile law. It is be
lieved the temperance people will
Abner Foster Dead.
Abner Foster, 'aged about 80
years, died at McKenzie last week.
Deceased was a prominent citizen.
He was buried at Meridian. His
wife died about two weeks ago.
Goes to Another Field.
Rev. John Royal Harris, for two
years superintendent of the Tennes
see Anti-Saloon League, has gone to
Pittsburg. Pa., where he will be
come pastor of that city's largest
Cumberland Presbyterian church.
Kidnaped Two Children.
Richard Mathis was arrested at
Obion last week on a charge of kid
naping two children from Walter
Webb, at Owl City, Lake county.
The children were taken during the
month of December, 1902.
Obscene Writer Fined.
Arch Sheppard," a well known
young man of Bristol, was fined
$100 and sentenced to twelve
months imprisonment on the charge
of writing obscene letters to young
ladies of Bristol.
New Y. Sf. C. A Home.
About $6,000 has been subscribed
for a Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation building in Jackson. It is
intended for the building to cost
about $20,000. The building is to
be erected some time this vear.
Child Found In Trough".
When Esquire W. A. Burleson, of
Tipton county went ouF to feed his
stock he found in one of the troughs
in his barn an infant child. The
child was dead and an inquest was
held by Esquire Burleson.
Money as Halm.
George Ilines, who was stabbed
by Clifford Miller, near Huntington
a few days ago, is still ina serious
condition. Friends of Hines and
Miller met and effected a compro
mise, Miller agreeing to pay Hines'
damages in the sum of $75. Hines
is 50 years of age, while his assail
ant is a boy of 17. They quarreled
over,-the destruction of a wagon be
longing to Hines by unknown par
ties. Hines charged Miller with the
offense. The cutting resulted.
Not a Uelt Line.
The Supreme Court last week de
cided in the suit of- the Murphy
Land Compam- against the Tennes
see Central railroad that the latter s
line around the city of Nashville
was not a belt line and that there
fore it had the right enjo-ed by all
railroads of condemning property
for the use of such line. The land
company sought to prevent the rail
road from condemning a right of
way through its property.
THE PROFESSOR'S DISCOVERY.
All HI" Ixtrnlngr Went for Xaagbt
When the Snpponrtl Antique.
It took th professor a lifetime to master
the intriraeies of the old Kgyptian hiero
glyphics. One day he discovered a roll of
papvrus, containing in one place mysterious
marks too faint to be deciphered, says the
New York Sun.
It took the professor a week to find out
that the papyrus was in a double layer
with the mysterious marks in between.
It took the professor another week to
separate the layers of the papyrus without
It took the professor practically no time
at all to read the writing, which ran as
"My name is Blanche TerwiJlij?er. I work
in M-Ouire's factory of antiquities at Osh
kosh, Mich. I am a brunette. iS years
old, and generally considered handsome.
I could make a trusting wife to the right
man and write this note in the hope that
it will fall into the hands of ,uc'i a man
and so lead to further correspondence."
It took the professor two hours to yield
the objurgations which he felt the situa
Did the professor mirry the girl?
Thunder, no! The profe.-sor was already
married. The idea!
An Important Discovery.
Granton, Ok'a., Feb. Oih After ten years
E. 11. tiosney of (Jianton has at last tound
a cure for Kidney Trouble. Mr. Go.-ney
suffered very severely with Kidney Com
plaint and some ten years ago made up his
mind to find a cui Ct if one was to be had.
He has tried and tried and experimented
with every kidney medicine he could hear
of. Althoug'.i he was always disappointed
lie kept on trying tilfat last hisperseverer.ee
was rewarded and he found a complete
He is a well man to-tlay an J, explains it
"Everything failed to cure me and I was
growing worse and worse till 1 tried a new
remedy called Dodd's Kidney Pills and I
had nbt taken many of them before 1
knew that 1 had at last found the right
thing. I am entirely cured and I cannot
say too much for DodJ's Kidney Pills."
Proof is again afforded of the beneficirnt
-idom of nature. A professor in the Uni
versity of Michigan has discovered t'rat
the hearing of gills is more acute than that
cf boys. This treater sensitiveness doubt
less exists that tiie faintest wlii.-per of the
fateful question may not escape the listen
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anyone of its value. Women
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The little missionary, uoan s Kidney phis, "iree inai,
carrles ease, rest, comfort. Most people need kidney
help; they who choose Doan's get it help that lasts.
Deerfield. Ixd. ""When I sent for
the trial box of Doan's Kidney Tills I had
been afflicted for two montbs with pain in
my back so bad that I could not get from
the house to the Darn, n was cauea
rheumatism. -Icould get no relief from
the doctors. I began to improve on taking
the sample and got two boxes at our
druggist's, and, although 63 years of age,
1 am almost a new man. x was troupiea a
good deaf with my water had to get up
four and five times a night. That trouble
is over w'ith and once more I can rest the
night through'. . My backache is all gone,
and I thank you -ever so much for the
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Beldtng. Mrcn-. Jan. 14. 1903. "I re
ceived trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills.
They did me lots of good. 1 can now go
to bed and lia on my right side the pain
there is all gone, also the stomach distress
and belching of gas is all stopped, witn
the use of two boxes." Mrs. E. S. Beeu,
R. F. D. No. 2, Reading, Jlich.
Ancient and Modern Ideas on the Subject.
Time and Disease the Effacing Agents
of Beauty. What Has Science Done -to
Restore the Lily and the Rose?
Socrates called beauty a short-lived
tyranny, Tlato a privilege of nature,
Theocritus a delightful prejudice,
Thoophrastus a silent cheat, Carneadcs
a solitary kingdom. Homer a glorious
gift of nature, Ovid a favor of the
gods. Aristotle affirmed that beauty
was better than all the letters of recom
mendation in the world, and yet none
of these distinguished authorities has
left us even a hint-of how beauty is to
be perpetuated, or the ravages of age
and disease defied. Time soon blends
the lily and the rose into the pallor of
age, disease dots the fair face with
cutaneous disfigurations and crimsons
the Roman nose with unsightly flushes,
moth, if not rust, corrupts the glory
of eyes, teeth, aud lips yet beautiful by
defacing the complexion, and fills the
sensitive soul with agony unspeakable.
If such be the unhappy condition of
one afflicted with flight skin blemishes,
what must be the feelings of those ia
whom torturing humors have for
years run riot, covering the skin with
scales and sores and charging the
blood with poisonous elements to
become a part of the system until
death? It is vaiu to attempt to por
tray 6uch suffering. Death in many
cases might be considered a blessing.
The blood aud fluids seem to be im
pregnated with a fiery element which,
when discharged through the pores
upon the surface of the body, inflames
and burns until, in his efforts for relief,
the patient tears the skin with his
nails, and not until the blood flows
does sufficient relief come to cause him
Thus do complexional defects merge
into torturing disease, and piqued van
ity give place to real suffering. A
little wart on the nose or cheek grows
to the all-devouring lupus, a, patch of
tetter on the palm of the hand or on
the limbs suddenly envelops the body
in its fiery embrace, a bruise on the leg
expands into a gnawing nicer, which
reaches out its fang& to the. sufferer's
heart in every paroxysm of pain, a
small kernel in the neck multiplies into
'a dozen, which eat away the vitality,
great pearl-like scales grow from little
rash-like inflammations in such abun
dance as to pass credulity ; and so on
may we depict the sufferings to which
poor human nature is subject, all of
which involve great mental distress
because of personal disfigurations.
If there "were not another external
disease known, eczema alone would be
a sufficient infliction on mankind. It
pervades all classes, and descends Im
partially through generations. 'While
some are constantly enveloped in it,
others have it confined to small
patches lu the ears, on the scalp, on
the breast, on the palms of the hands,
on the limbs, etc., but everywhere its
distinctive feature is a small watery
blister, which discharges an acrid
fluid, causing heat, inflammation, and
intense itching. Ring-worm, tetter,
scalled head, dandruff, belong to this
scaly and itching order of diseases.
Psoriasis, our modern leprosy, with
Its mother-of-pearl scale, situated on
a reddened base, which bleeds upon
the removal of the scale, is to be
dreaded and avoided, as of old. Im
petigo, barber's itch, erysipelas, and a
Bcore of minor disorders make up in-
part the catalogue of external diseases
of the skin. Thus far we have made
no allusion to those afflictions which
are manifestly impurities of the blood,
viz. : swelling of the glands of the
throat, ulcers on the neck and limbs,
tumors, abscesses, and mercurial
poisons, with loss of hair,- because
the whole list can be comprehended in
the oue word scrofula.
It is in the treatment of torturing,
disfiguring humors and affections of
tho skin, scalp, and blood, with loss of
hair, that the Cuticura. remedies have
achieved their greatest success. Orig
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in any climate, always ready, and agree
able to the most delicate and sensitive,
they present to young and old the most
successful curatives of modern times.
This will be considered strong language
by those acquainted with the character
and obstinacy of blood and skin humors
but it is justified by innumerable suc
cesses where all the remedies and meth
ods in vogue have failed to cure, and,
in many cases, to relieve, even.
The Cuticura treatment Is at once
agreeable, speedy, economical, and
comprehensive. Bathe the . affected
parts freely with hot water and Cuti
cura soap, to cleanse the surface of
crusts and . scales, and soften the
thickened cuticle. Dry. without hard
rubbing, and apply CuticuraOintmnt
Removes all swelling in 8 to so
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Aching Backs are eased. ITip, back, and
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to allay itching, irritation, and inflam
mation, and soothe and heal, and, lastly,
take Cuticura Resolvent, to cool and
cleanse the blood. This treatment af-
fords instant relief, permits rest and
sleep in the severest forms of eczema
and other itching, burning, and scaly
humor, and points toaspeedy, perma
nent, and economical cure of torturing,
disfiguring humors, eczemas, rashes,
and inflammations, from infancy to
age, when all other remedies and the
best physicians fail. The remedies con
stituting the Cuticura system will repay
an individual scrutiny of their remark
Cuiic-ura Soap contains in a modified
form the medicinal properties of Cuti
cura Ointment, the great skin cure and
purest and sweetest of emollients, com
bined with the most delicate and re
freshing of flower odors. It purifies
and invigorates the pores of the skin,
and imparts activity to the oil glands
and tubes, thus furnishing an outlet
for unwholesome matter, which if re
tained would cause pimples, black
heads, rashes, oily, mothy skin, and
other complexional disfigurations, aa
well as scalp affections and irritations,
falling hair, and baby rashes. lis gen
tle and continuous action on the natural
lubricators of the skin keeps the latter
transparent, soft, flexible, andt healthy.
Heuce its constant use, assisted by au
occasional use of Cuticura Ointment,
realizes the fairest complexion, the
softest, whitest hands, and the most
luxuriant, glossy hair within the do
main of the most advanced scientific
knowledge to supply.
Cuticura Ointment Is the most suc
cessful external curative for torturing,
disfiguring humors of the skin and
scalp, including loss of hair, in j-root
of which a single anointing with It,
preceded by a hot bath with Cuihura
Soap, and followed in the severer cases
by a full dose of Cuticura Resolvent, is
sufficient to afford immediate relief In
the most distressing forms of itching,
burning, and scaly humors, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy cure
when all other remedies fail. It is espe
cially so in the treatment of infants
and children, cleansing, soothing, and
healing the most distressing -of infan
tile humors, and preserving, puiifying,
and beautifying the skin, scalp, and
Cuticura Ointment possesses, at tho
same time, the charm of satisfying
the simple wants of the toilet of all
ages, in carii g for the skin, scalp,
hair, and hands far more effectually,
agreeably, and economically than the
most expensive of toilet emollients,
while free from every ingredient of a
doubtful or dangerous character. Its
" One Nliiht Treatment of the Hands,"
or ' Single Treatment of the Hair, or
use after athletics, cycling, golf, ten
nis, riding, sparring, or any sport, each
in connection with the use of Cuticura
Soap, is sufficient evidence of this.
Of all' remedies for the purification
of the blood and circulating fluids, none
approaches in specific medical action
Cuticura Ilesolvent. It neutralizes and
resolves away (hence its name) scrofu
lous, inherited, and other humors in
the blooel, which give rise to swellings
of the glands, pains in the bones, and
torturing, disfiguring eruptions of the
skin and scalp, with loss of hair.
Cuticura Resolvent extends its puri
fying influence by means of the pores
to the surface of the skin, allaying
irritation, inflammation, itching, and
burning, and soothing and healing.
Hence its success in the treatment of
distressing humors of the skin, scalp,
and blood, with loss of hair, which fail
to be permanently cured by external
The grandest testimonial that can
be offered Cuticura remedies Is their
world-wide sale, doe to the personal
recommendations of those who have
used them. It is difficult to realize the
mighty growth of the business done
under this name. From a small begin
ning In the simplest form, against prej
udice and opposition, against mouied
hosts, countless rivals, aud trade in
difference, Cuticura remedies have be
come the greatest curatives of their
time, and, in fact, of all time, for no
where in the history of medicine Is
to be found another approaching them
in popularity and sale. In every clime
and with every people they have met
with the same reception. . The confines
of the earth are the qnly limits to their
growth. They have conquered the
To the test of popular judgment all
things mundane must finally come.
The civilized world has rendered its
verdict in favor of Cuticura.
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