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if ' 'i i i V ti . s AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1002. Be i ,' '1 40 Members of Congress Send Letters of Endorsement To the Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na !' S I K''r & fU ft': m lift W p. i 1 "' t" - '! I I I - . Hon. A. T. Goodwyn. Congressman Ogden, from Louisiana. Hon. H. W. Ogden, Congressman from Louisiana, In a letter written' at Washington, 1). ('., says fho follow ing of Po-iu-na, the imtlunnl riitnrrli remedy: "I (,'H ii conscientiously recommend your lc-ru-mi iih ii tine tonle Mini nil lnuud good inetllelne to those who tire In need of a nitnrrh remedy. It has liecn commended to mi: liy people who have used II, iih ii remedy iiiilletiliirly effective ill the (;iire of eatnirli. For those Who need a good eatarrli niedi rlnef 1 know oi' nothing better." Congressman Goodwyn, from Alabama. lion. A. T. Goodwyn, Congressman from Alnhnma, In a recent letter to Dr. Harlmun, says: "1 have now used ono bottle, of l'c-ru-iin and am a well ninn today. 1 could fuel the good effects of your medicine lieforc I IrnI used It a wee!;, after suffering with catarrh for over a year." Catarrh In lis various forms Is rapid, ly becoming a national curse. An un doubted remedy bus been discovered by Dr. llartiuau. 'J'lils lemedy lias been thoroughly tested "during the past ii) yenr.s. I'e-ru-iin cures catarrh In all phases and stages. There is no remedy that can be substituted. w if! Hon. Amos ,1. Cuiinulngs, of Now loi'U, a friend of labor. Congressman Howard " from Alabama. Washington, Feb, 1, 1SH!. T)p Po-rii-nn Medicine Co., Columbus, Oliloi Gentlemen -I ltavc taken I'e-ru mi now for two weeks, and llud 1 am very much relieved. I feel that my euro Will lie iii'riuaiient, I have also tnKeii It for la grippe, ami I lake picas. lire In iceommcudlng I'o-ru-nu as an excellent remedy' to all fellow suffer ers. Very respect fully, M. W. HOWARD. OongreMinnn Howard's homo ad dress is I 'oil rnync, Ala. Congressman Crowley from Illinois. .los, II. Crowley, Congressman from Illinois, writes from Kohlnsou, III.: ",Irl, Crowhy has taken a number 'of bottles of IN -ni-nu on aecouut of ncnous troubles, It has proven a strong tonic and lasting erne. I can cheerfully rccoiiincnd It." Hon. II, W. Ugden. Congressman Cummings from New York. Congressman Cuiuiulngs, of New Vork, hi a letter wiltleii from New Viiik city regarding the merits of I'e-iii-iiii, niy the following! "IV-iimm s.good for catarrh. I have tried It and know II. It relieved me Immensely on my trip to Cuba, and 1 always have a bottle In reserve. Since mj icliiin I have not suffered from ca tarrh, but f I do shall use IVruiui again. "AM OH CL'M. MINOS." Congressman Barham from California. Congressman .1. A. Itnrham, of Santa itosa, Callloruln, writes: "At (he solicitation of a friend 1 used your IV-ru-nn and can cheerfully icenniinciid It as nil excellent lciucily for all caiiiirhiil" lioubles. it is in deed a woiidciful medicine." Hon. V. X. Roaeh. Congressman Smith, from Illinois. Hon. George W. Smith, member of Congress, In a recent letter to the I'e-ru-im Medicine Co., says the following in regard to l'o-ru-im for eatarrli: House of Representatives, U. S. Washington, I). C. The l'e-ru-na Medicine Co, Columbus, Oil lor Gentlemen: I take pleasure In tes tifying to the merits of rc-'rii-nii. I liavc taken one bottle for my catarrh and I feel very much bencllted. To those who aic allllcted with catarrh and In need of a good tonic I take pleasure In recommending I'e-ni-nn, "Hclcctfuly. GEO. W. SMITH. . Congressman Smith's homo address is .Murphyslioio, 111. United States Senator Roach from North Dakota. Hen. W. X. noacli, United States Senator from North Dakota, in a letter written from Lnrlniorc, Xorth Dakota, says: "Persuaded by n friend, 1 have used Pc-ru-na as a tonic, and nm glad to testify Hint Ij. has greatly helped me in sticngtli. vigor and appetite. I Imvo hern advised by friends that it is re markably ellicaclous as a cure for the almost universal complaint of ca tarrh." Senator It (inch's -wife recommends Pe-ru-nn also. She says: "I can cheer, fully recommend your excellent rem edy. 1'e-ru-nn. Intlerd, I know of no other remedy as good ns yours. It Is .1 grand fonlc ittfcl inniiy of my friends have used J( for catarrh with good results." Hon. George W. Spilth. Hon. Uoujulus ',. Dinncy. Congressman Meekison, from Ohio. Hon. David Meekison is well known not only in his own State but through. out America. He begun his political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of ilie town. In which lie lives. Napoleon, 0. He was elect ed to tlio Fifty-tlfth Congress by n very large majority, and is the ac knowledged leader of his party In his section of the state. In a recent let ter, he says: "I have used several' bottles of Pe runn and feel greatly benelifd thereby from my catarrh of tho head I fed en couraged to believe that If l iibe it a short time longer I will be able to fully eradicate the disease of ;50 years' standing. "Yours truly, DAVID MEEKISON. Congressman Linney, from North Carolina, Congressman Itonvulus 2. Linney, from North' Caroliua,"vrites: ".My private se'eretary has been using I'e-ru-na for several weeks and l wish to testify as to its great value and merits in cases of catarrh. My secre tary had as bad a case as I over saw, and since lie has taken ono bottle ho seems like a different man. Before he started on I'e-ru-na his system was. very much down, and nt times ho could not work nt all, but ever since his first bottle ho has been building up. I don't think nny man who is un der a nervous strain should be with out It. I cannot express the good it has done him. H Hbii. M, v. Howard. yW as. win llmi. II. C. Wortliliiglon. Congressman Li vingston from Georgia. Col, I. I. Livingston, member of the Industrial Commission nm the lead insr Democratic member of tlio Com mitten on Appropriations In tho House Of Jtoprcscntatlves. whoso homo Is at Ailautn, G wrllcH the following in regard to I'e-ru-na. the catarrh cure. Col. Livingston says: ''I infco plciiHUjo In Joining with 'General Wheeler, Congressman Hiew r mid others In recommending I'o-rti-iih as U excellent Ionic and eatarrli cure." iVrn-nn Is a speclllc In lis opera tion upon the mucous membranes. It Is a' tonic that strikes nt tho root Is u ail .. nil no! Min-luil MfT.tmlnnu. It I'll'ltrf rf(t ut ..,,,,.. - ...... tutw to tlio minute blood vessels and Um trl" ncrve-llbers. fJgjjP Congressman Snover of Michigan. House of lleprcscntntlvcs, Washington. D. ('., May 11, 1KHS. Dr. S. It. llartinnii, Columbus, Ohio: Dear Sir- I have found IN'-ru-nn a ory cllicleiil and speedy remedy for a persistent and annoying cough re sulting from catarrhal trouble. Veiy truly yours, HOItACE G. SNOVEIS. Tort Austin, Mich. U. S. Senator Call of Florida. Hon. William Cull, United Slates Senator from Florida, writing from Washington, D, C., snys: "Tlie I'eruuii has been recommended by Gen. Wheeler and other reliable persons, and hns been n?itl by some members of my family, and 1 concur Mi the statements of Gen. Wheeler. ' Senator McEnery of Louisiana. lion. S. 1). McEnery, I.'nltetl Stales Senator from Louisiana, says the fol lowing in regard to IV-ru-pn: "The I'e-ru. mi Medicine Co., " Colum bus, Ohio; "Gentlemen I'e-ru-na Is an excel lent Ionic. I havo used it sutlleleiuly to say Hint I believe, It to bo all that j oil claim for It. Vvvy rospcctfullj. "S. I). McKNEItV." Congressman Wortliington from Nevada. Congressman n, Wortliington, from Nevada, ox-M blister to Argen tine ltepulillc, also at one time col lector of purt nt ClmrleMnii, was un Intimate friend of General Grant and is one of 'tho two llviijg pali-bcarers of I'rcshlcnt Lincoln, Congressman Worihlnylun wrlliy the following let ter "Allow me to ppies my gratitude for tlie lipiu'ill derived from your rem edies, I have taken one bottle of I'e iiiini and it hns bencllted Immensely a case of catarrh of somo mouths.' blandlug. ami l commend It." Congressman Hazelton from Wisconsin. Hon. George C. liazellon, e-mem-her of Congress from Wisconsin, wiltev "I cordially lecoiiimend .miiic I'eruua lo anyone, Mifferlng with eatarrli-. I am fully convinced uf Its cur.itlvo uunl-Itlcs," Congressman Brownlow of Tennessee. Congressman Itrownlow writes from Wiishliiglou, D. ii., the following: "1 bine suflercd with catarrh of the stomach for several yours and for the past twcHe months was in an exceed ingly critical condition. My attention was called to your INsru-na and 1 be gan to use It, and my Improvement was noticeable after tho llrf-t tluee days, I have taken llirco bottles of the medicine and 1' feel satlstled that 1 am now almost. If not permanent ly, cured, in conncctlpu with tho l'c-rii-na I lmvo ut'cd your .Mnu-a-lln for biliousness nm! torpid lvc I regard it as tlio best medicine (or thin pur pose that 1 have ever' used. Having been henollled so much mytelf, glvu you the statement that others may be likewise bencllted, "w. r. imowNLow, m, c." Senator Mallory of ' Florida. Culled Stales Seiultor .Stephen It. Mallory, from Florida, In a recent Icier written fi-Jiii l'eiincol.i, l-'ln., sa,h tho following: "I have used your excellent remedy, I'e-ru-na, and have recommended it both as a tonic mid n' sale cntnirh remedy." Congressman Doviner of . West Virginia. Congressman 15. 15. Dovluer, from Wheelng, V. Virginia, hi a Iptter writ ten fioni Washington, D. (J., says: "1 Join with my colleagues In the House of Ilcpresentatlves In recom mending your excellent remedy, I'e-ru-na, as a good tonic, and also an ef fective cure for lentnrrh." v It Congressman Broderick of Kansas. Hon. Case Itimlcrick. of Holton, Kansas, Congrcssnian fiom Kansas, says: "I have taken two bottle of IN'-ru-tin and llud it lo be nn excellent rem edy for colds and throat trouble.'" Congressman Yoder from Ohio: Gen. SS. Yoder, ex-Member of Con. gross from Ohio speaks of re-ru-na as follows: Washington, D. 0. "The l'e-ru-na Medicine Co., Colum bus. Ohio: "Gentlemen I desire to W that I ha found 1'e-ru-na to be a wonder fid remedy. 1 only used It for a short time and am thoroughly satlstled as to Its merits. I cannot llud words to expresH my gratification for the results obtained. As a eatarrli cure I slrill gladly recommend it to nil sufferers. Yours, S. S. YODEU." Congressman Brewer of Alabama. Hon. Willis Brewer, Hepresentatlve hrCdngress from Alabama, writes the following letter to Dr. Hartmaii: Houo of Hepresentatives, t Washington, D. C. "i'hc' l'e-ru-na Medicine Co., Colum bus. Ohlq: ''Geutlenfen I have used one bottlo of Pe-ru-ni for lassitude, and 1 tunc pleasure In recommending it to'thoso who need a good remedy. As a tonic It J excellent. In the short time 1 havo used.it It lias done me a grout; deal of good.'' -v,'. "Very respeetflly. "WILLIS ltltEWEU." Congressman Coffroth of Pennsylvania. Ex-CongrcbMinn A. II. Coffroth, Soiuei'set, Pn.. writes: "1 am satlstled that your I'eruua Ii a greaj catarrh cure, and friends whom I know well' havo used it with great benefit. I feci that I can recommend l to (hofac who suffer from that dis order." ' Senator Thurston from Nebraska. Senator .T. M. Thurnton, ftom Oma lia. Ncl.. writes: . 'Terunu entirely relieved me. of nn in Hating cough." "J. M. THURSTON." ma Congressman Culberson of Texas. Hon, D. It. .Culberson, ex-Congress-inn from 'I'dxas, writes; "I can recommend l'e-ru-na ns one of tlio very 'best tonics, and 1 take pleasure In testifying to the merits of your great medicine. It is also ioc-oinmt-uded ah a sure cure for catarrhal troubles." Congressman Thompson of Kentucky. Ex-Copgresmnnn Phil. I!. Thompson, from Kentucky, writes: ' ' ''My friends have used your remedy, I'e-rn-im, and 1 take pleasure In testi fying to tlio merits of your medicine Hesldes being one of the very best tonics I is a good, substantial eatarrli remedy.'' ( Senator Butler of South Carolina ' Senator M. C, Rutler, ex-Governor of South Cniulinn, writes from Wash ington, D. C the following; "I can recoumjeml l'e-ru-na for dys pepsia and stuniiicli trouble. I have been using your 'medicine for u shoit period and I feci Very much relieved. It Is, Indeed, n wonderful medicine, and, besides, a great tonic," Don. S. S. Yoder. Congressman Turner from New York. Hon. ('has. II. Turner. 50 1 G. St., Washington, D. C cx.Mcmbcr of Con gress from New York city, writes: "I lme used your remedy, reruna," ns a general tonic with satisfactory results, I have ninny friends who bine testlllcd to lis virtues, and fully believe ymi have a valuable remedy," Hou. L. I, Livingston. Congressman Brookshlre of Indiana ? Congressman H. V. Itiookshlre, from Indiana, In a recent letter from Wash. Ington, D, C, snys: "I'ioiii what my friends say I'criMin Is a good tqnle and u nfo catanh cuie." Congressman Mahon of Pennsylvania. 'CougnMsman Thad. M, Muhou, of Chainbersbiirg. Pa writes: "I take pleasure In recommending your I'e-ru-na as a substantial tonle and n good calarrhheimtly." Congressman.Sparkman of Florida. Congressman S. M. Sparkinuu, from Tampa, l'la., writes: "I can endorse' l'e-ru-na ns a llrst rate tonic and a very effective cure for salnrrh." Congressman Clark of Missouri. . Ev-Congrcssnian John Tt. Clark, from MU'spiui, In a lecent letter from Wtinhiugl ,ii, D. C, says: "I can re-commend your Pe-ru-nn. as n good, substantial Ionic and one o (he best icmedles for cntarrhnl trou ble." Congressman Pelhain of Virginia. ".. , , i Ex--Qongrefci;mau 0. l'elhnm,'oM3nn vroCt. Va,( writes; ; "My sisli'r-ln-law has been suffering froni cjitnrrh of the thront for a enu sldcraWe time. She bus been using I'o-nmia for about ono week and Ms UMillfestly- Improved. I believe It Is 4iu excellent remedy for catarrh." Congressman Burnett from Alabama. John L. Hurnett, inciuber of Con giesa, Seventh Alabima District, writes: "1 t;ilte ((leflsuiv In testifying lo the ineilts nf your Po-ru-ua, At the so licitation of; friend my wife used It and It Improved her condltlqn gejier "ly. I Is t tvuiarknble remedy. I can cheerfully recommend l'e-ru-nn as n good, siib-inutliil tonic, and a very1 good catnrru remedy." Hon, David Meekison. Congressman Bankhead from Alabama. Congressman J. II. Bankhead, of Alabama, one of the most infJuuntial members of the I lose of Representa tives, In a letter written from Wsh Ington, D.-C, gives his endorsement of the great eatarrli remedy, I'e-in-nu, in tho following words: "Your Pe-ru-na is tho best medicine I ever tiled, and no family should be without, your remarkable remedy. As n tonic and catarrh euro 1 know of nothing better." ,. ' 1 Hon. J,. Hv Bankhead. Congressman Powers from Vermont'. Congressman H. Henry rowers, of Vermont, writes from Morriavlllc, Vt.: "l'e-ru-na 1 have used in my family with success. I can recommend it as on excellent family remedy, and very good for coughs, colds" and catarrhal Affections." Congressman White from North Carolina. Congrcssnian Henry White, of T.ir boro. North Carolina, Writes tho fol lowing letter to Dr. llartiuau in regard, to the merits of the great catarrh cure, I'eruua: "1 am more than satisfied with I'e ruua and find i( to he an excellent rem edy for the grip and catarrh. I have used it in iuy family, and they all join mo In recomnienltlng it as un excel lent remedy. . , tespectfully yours, "GEOHGE.H. WHITE." Congressman Pufman from Florida. Hon. W. .T. Pui'iniln, ex-ineniber of Congress from Florida, writes from I-l'J Q.'st., N. W- Washington, D. C, ns follows: "I'rom representations to me and my own experience I feel .Instilled In recommending yotir IVriinn lo any and all persons suffering with catarrhal nervousness or (stomach' trouble!,." non. Georjjc n. Whiter' Wk I' Mir ;&!!&& szzk Hon. Wf V, Slii van. Senator Sullivan from Mississippi. Hon. W. V. Sullivan, United Slates Senator fiom Mississippi, In a letter recently written to Dr. Hartman from ' Oxford, Miss., says the following: "Tor some time 1 have been a sufferer from eatarrli In Its most incipient stage, so much so that I became alarm ed as to my general health. Rut hear ing of I'e-ru-na as a good remedy, I gave It afair trial and soon began to Improve. It effects were distinctly beneficial, removing the nnnoylng symptoms, mid wis particularly good as u fonlc, "I tako pleasure In recommending your great national catarrh cure. Pc-ru-un, as the best I have ever tried. "W. V. SULLIVAN." CongressriimBotkin from Kansas. In a rccpnt' letter to Dr. Hartman, Congressman Hntkln, of Kansas, wIkmo fanje is a utit.loiui) one, says of Po-ru-na:. , "My Dear DoctOiv-U gives mo pleas, ure to eertjfy to the excellent curative qualities nf. your medlclues l'e-ru-na and Mau-a-iln. I have been aUllcteit more or lesp, for n qumtcr of a cen tury with' catarrh of the atnuiaeh and constlpatlpn. A residence In Wash ington hurt Increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medlclues have given me almost." q)Uipete relief, and I am sure that n.cuiilluuatlou of them will effect u perm'inent cure Po-ru-un Is surely n -wonderful remedy for cntnrrhal affectlopK. "J, D. UOT1C1N." Hon. J. D. 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