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Reasons French dle waH out the been Is 10 pieces of as later very Into days per coins coins more been in of the In as the in in Well-Known Kansas Statesman, Cured nf Catarrh ot the Stomach hy Pe-ru-na. IflER TWENTY- FIVE YEA RS' SUFFERING Evidence of Interest to the Millions of Catarrh Sufferers In the United States. Nor« i % V If! m ■i \ ÎÏMS X $88 » .VP-v m 'Av'ïr ». v' ry\\. tel ji | 5 ! S £ 9 5 "1 § % • t\>r —.. '• jLrrr^f ;■ . y W j j ■ 0 *. 1 . D. BOTXrn COXOSESSMAH-AT-LAWiE ERO* KAMSAS. | fc*. • • • . ta a recent letter to Dr llarttnaa. <'oMT»**m«ii Botkin. of Winfield, Kan.. Ban (ante ta a national one, soya of Penma: j «/Bear Gocfon -"tlgtrc* me pleasure la certify to ffte tMCtl^tcunlnv prtWn o/your merfMoes Prnja* mint Mbublin. I have t**n »tfUetcöjnont >maa ymaner o t a orntmr y wM ****** ** -one *■""« ,n neaA/BgNwBBs/ocnrW^e; mats "orino. | btefrtcm wC'ftbc t a perm-ocnf core. /Vrona /* .urvly b ^onJcrfyl rem „ Mr* Selina Tanner. Athena. O . writ«*- "I cannot find word» to expreaa my thanks for ... ...... s,nd » dr Ice - - , once I n .., thoughl I had ca iar-h of the ato rilv I com mach. I tne nced taking l>»-una as you le.una " directed. My ato- | mach continued I " hurt me for about two weeks after I began the medicine *nd then it stopped. I now bave a good appetite while before I nearly itArved. 1 A K < \ v ( V, 0 Ps g-vS arti.nc ham WiÛKKSSMAN BOTKIN Is one of U» mo*t influential »nd best kao*r. man In the Slat« of Kan Vbat«ver be may aay on any ■Hjwt will be accepted by tbe p«op!e » 'h* troth. So famou* a remedy a* fcr;» tould not have well eacaped tbe ■Mta 'pt ku heard of the remedy, but b# In tm 4 st aod waa relieved of an *f fcboe of twenty-five yeare' »landing brtu the one internal remedy that »•chfifoie catarrh. It cure« catarrh Power located. Thia la a fact that •»»•ep!» are rapidly finding out. but •o* are still a large multitude who bet to know it. i Hr Prank Klrhter. of Winona. |*w, *»y« in a letter to Tbe Peruna •Hkih, Company: '*» a remedy for catarrh I tab» Nwre la recommending Peruna for •Urrh of the stomach. I know what It ■fcbe afflicted with thia awful dla «• ud consider It my duty to say In behalf of the remedy which •*»■» such relief Peruna cured me, N ! know u win cure acy on# »I*» 1*4» wff*r* from thia dlaaaae. It give« ["great pleasure to testify to the cur |«i*e effete of thia medicine. Peruna r* **H t««!ed and frequently used P**dy. and for catarrh of the atom rL !t l * ; m»urpaa»ed. I «y catarrh waa principally located P»r brad and atomach. I tried many jesella, without succeei. 1 tried aev laÜ. * octor * b "t they wert» unable to P*«* I read of Peruna In the pa and five bottle« cured me."— I 1 *«* Richtar. I JT gaatric julret I« accreted by the follicle« of tb. stomach. When F* ' ,lc * *• normal It dlgeata (dle F l> > U>s food without producing any Pjwhanre whatever. If. however, the jnlre la not normal, dlgegtlon IP*^ ®»«y disagreeable symptom» lljbeondiuon u known a* Indlgcetlon. y Me not mi famous a man. / T > ' - fi* Mr* WUm Turn*r W Ai believe that my catarrh I« •« I have not had any trouble atoroech for a long of my age could expect («eventy y«»r») I h * T * h,d th * ft* torrh fT«r since I * fount man and your Peruna »nd Msnalln t netie e "vi.u ot » I «» "■>; the only thing I have » ( will cure the catarrh. IM«» " T ery only cure for oatarrb. and I one troubled wl ^? U £ q M*r\f» f„d"be win Vpte^to giv. you bU valuah'e president of «he H. r ri.n.n Sanitarium, Columbus. O. tlrely cured with my sa well as one M H nfw* :s »pol» • W. L. DOUGLAS A 3 & $ 3.50 SHOES S rtS? Z* went, „f W. I- Dongle» T* '■»mpwrwd with other make» t» •♦- 00 "vatoo(HI, ruga 1,1.1» contint hooqn»th*l »"JJ fteSSSSatsÄ fis tsWwÄß sg& "ï-ÂK;Â r fe r. «ft K,"Ä'ür— m w - »ücS^Ä.-. SS mi r y DoYT GET WET! ^ \$mrs PENSION : Il vih Hr,,K "* Washington, »• C., the» ; -oilck replica II Mft N H.Vols ■ ewcorpa, Proxcculin, Cl»l"*tliKt 18?* : EGGS ROCK JSÄfteJy««- treat m> prlxe hrSj,V"' '"«i layer». Hal KJ^JIfiianintcMS. Sî.om per acttlng. AO - House fttation! h»ii fÄss, t '*>' 0I ST SEEDS Ii® « sVv ; :r.. .fffW ' Y / I y/% BRk* 9 [Ac°Ôt^o S/OlHUK PROTECTION JET WEATHER. *""îffiofSiS8ra * ND MAT5 - m /, m •'flYin^l ■L" Unie. Sol lt fly A rt «•tM Ubud» U» Ufx ON cveHYWH SSL U, lu KJ' >J . huit Lake — *»sKrri(i(j Rdvcrtlscsirets Kindly j Ncnlioa This l'#pcr. No. 14. IBOI THE TINTS OF COIN. Reasons »or Variation» freonli Min tag«. Some time ago a Frenchman placed together a number of gold coins of French mintage of the beginning, mid dle and end of the last century. waH much surprised to see that they differed In color. He set about finding out the reasons for this difference and the results of his Investigations have been published In La Nature, There Is a paleness about the yellow of the 10 and 20 franc pleceB, which bear the effigies of Napoleon XV11I, tha* Is not observed In the gold pieces of later mintage. One admirer of these coins speaks of their color as a "beautiful paleness" and ex presses regret that It Is lacking in later coins. The explanation of It Is very simple. Into the French gold coins of those days contained as much silver as cop per and It was the silver that gave the coins their interesting paleness. The coins of the era of Napoleon III. were more golden In hue. The silver had been taken out of the alloy. The gold coins of today have a still warmer and deeper tinge of yellow. This is be cause the Paris mint, as well as that in London, melts the gold and copper alloy in hermetically sealed boxes, which prevents the copper from being somewhat bleached, as it always Is when It Is attacked by hot air, so the present coins have the full warmneas of tint that a copper alloy can give. If the colna of today are not so handsome In the opinion of amateur collectors, as those IsBued by the first Nap;leon, they are superior to those of either of the Napoleons in the fact that It costa lesB to make them. The double opera tion of the oxidation of the copper and cleaning it off the surface of the coin with acids is no longer employed, and the large elimination of copper from the surface of the coins, formerly prac ticed, made them less resistant under wear and tear than are the coins now in circulation. In tha Gold oJ He I. and Louis The alloy that entered J Frtihtfn«! by NamIUtv I'IxiiU. In his "On the Frontier" Mr. Cam pion ssys that while be was cross tng the isthmus of Panama some years ago the conductor obligingly stopped the train for him to gather some beau tlful crimson flowers on the roadside. "1 refused offers of assistance and went alone to pluck the flowers. After gathering a handful 1 noticed a targe bed of plants, knee high, and of deli j cate form and of beautiful green shade. j »»Hied t0 them, broke off a fine y,".TB . K8th ,, red 8 withered, shriveled. brown (<jh wmk1 , thr ew t t away, carefully j elected a iarge. bright green plant and plucked It. Again 1 had in my ^ ^ # bunch of withered leaves. It flashed through ray mind that a sud | den attack of Panama fever, »*» very Pjvvalent MjjJ ( «"<* ^tnjted j°Ji"i.™;-........ . j threw the dowers down, and was U) run to the train. 1 looked , „„thing seemed strange. 1 »room, " . . . felt my pulse—all right. I was in a neranlratlon but the heat would have perspiraumi . Then . n o made a lizard perapire. men 1 need that the plants where 1 stood urea mu c I ... fare seemed shrunken and wlltcu. l art _ i nut mv finger on the fresh fully 1 put 1,1 ■' »hrnnlt | branch. Instantly the leaves shrunk I t o change color. 1 had been : for "J*®" '° Y „"skive plauts." I which I ! School Hell Blag« by Electricity. Near loanoke. 111., near the center of the state, there is a school teacher , whose ingenuity might not please all | Indolent of his pupils—that Is, the E. N. Wheelwright teaches a district school, and in a district school, you know—or perhaps some city chil dren do not know—the teacher has to ring the bell and build the fire and the floor, unless he pays some But I oum sweep ambitious boy to do it for him. this teacher does not have to hire a boy to ring the bell, nor does he ring it himself, yet. no matter what he may be doing at 9 o'clock in the morning, (he hell sets up a clatter that no boy Mr. Wheelwright which at the or girl can escape, has arranged a clock proper hour sets in motion an electric apparatus that puts the bell to ringing. The liovs of that district have no longer any hope that the teacher will be so engrosed In some task that he will for call school. The bell rings also al 10: <5 a. m.. 1 p. m.. 2:30 p. m. and at 4 o'clock. Infant Fowtln*. A very important thing is the way into the child's stomach. the milk Koes ....... The bottles are so constructed that the milk goes down too fast. Kvery child who sucks at the breast has to work for what it gets. One of the great troubles in artificial feeding Is, the milk Is cascaded Into the stomach and immediately cascaded back again. Tho most of the sick babies are made so by some prepared stuff being cascaded Into their stomachs In enormous quan tities Quantity is a great element In these disorders, and 1 have known too much food to make babies sick even where the rood was fresh milk. I gen Luv tell the mothers to put a piece of pure, clean sponge Into the nipple. 1 the child must work with its ind lip« to draw the milk, thus the too rapid flow. so that gums oliviate DlgrovfiiYd hy Andf»r«OB. The sudden blaring Into view of a alar previously Invisible nuikR among the very rarest of astronomical event«. Only fourteen times since men first, houan to write down records of the „kies has such an occurrence been chronicled; and but once before have astronomers fount- a "temporary' star rivaling In splendor Anderson s re cent discovery In the constellation Ter 8CU8. 'RMlODIbU auu of Intoxlestlon." A Jury at Fentress, Miss., recently brought in a verdict that "deceased came to his death by a stroke of a train, he being In a. reasonable state of Intoxication." This was about as ambiguous as the Georgia jury's diet: "We find the defendant almost guilty," and not at all like the frank declaration of a country justice In Ma ryland that a certain occurrence took place "at a former sitting, when the court was full." Take drugvlKta E. W. The raiso, merly ver . bb What Will Heroine of China? None can foreaee the outcome ot the S uarrel between foreign power« over ivision of China. It 1 b Interesting to watch the going to pieces of this ancient but unprogreaaive race, Many people In America of dyspepsia, constipation, blood, liver and Ktomach disea «es. We are living too fast, but strength, vigor and good retained If we keep off and < disease* with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. also going to pieces because health can he cure the above The Robertson Haft company will in the near future build a mammoth raft containing almost 10,000,000 feet of logs, which will be towed across the Pacific to Oriental points. PATH FIVE TIME« AS MÜCH AS COBH. Bur Klee land» In 8. K. Texaa nod S. W, I,». At ,10 |U per »ere. Net. Wu per acre. Write N. L. Mill«, Bouton. Tex.; Cameron * Moore, Liberty, Tex.; Geo. J. McMxnnu*, Kexumont, Tex.; E. F. Bowxon, Jeanine,, La.; Hiram C. Wbeeler, Galreeton. Tex. touts via Santa Fe. III. Cen. A Bo. Fa«. H rata, to (,o No effort is being made to push tbe work of recruiting for the fifteen addi tional regiments authorized by the new army law._ Garfield Tea is an excellent medicine to take in the Spring; it produces a healthy action of the liver; It cleanses the system and purifies the blood. Twelve thousand Filipinos have tak- I "S*" the oath of allegiance to the United ,4 States at San Vincente, South Ilocos province. Why experiment with untried rem edies for pain? Use Wizard Oil at once and be bappy. Your druggist has it. General Corbin says that General MacArthur will be succeeded in com mand at Manila by General Chaffee on J une 30th. » I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ago.—Mrs. Thos. Rjebiks. Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Fob. 17,1900. The feeling of the British nation is decidedly opposed to offering to the Boers easy peace terms a second time. fine my It sud »ssr»;arst: was müV «i by Adam»' Pepsin Tutu Frutti, ---—— 1 Deaf.. »■ cannot Be Cared by local applications, as they cannot reach the a ^rtioaof the ear. There Is only one have way to cure deafness, and that is by constl n o- tutlom.1 remedies. Dearness is caused hy an inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the stood Eustachian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed fare- you have a rumhllnir sound or Imperfect hear art _ f nK . and when it Is entirely closed deafness Is fresh t be result, and unless the inflammation can be token out and this tube restored to its normal " a f,j llon hearing will be destroyed forever; been : nlne cases out of ten are caused by catarrh I bul •» infla '" pd condllion °' Cftrtcr'a Ink beat for sohool. home anl office. It coeto* no more than poor Ink. Always ask for Oartor a Recent ex peri menu with the wireless telegraphy seem to indicate that a por tion of the system in the Hawaiian islands is working satisfactorily. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. For ebneren leeth'.ng. aofteaathe foma, redo«»« .a fciiftr« nain.cur*» wladcoalc» atxr.tl* . Maud Gönne, in her speech in St. Louis recently, declared that Irish free I dom can be secured only by force of arms, which she frankly advocated. ! the mucus surfaces . We will »lye One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend for circulars, tree.^ & ^ a : Sold by Druggists, tie. Hall'» Family Pills are the best center , all | a school, chil to and some Chile now seekB to prevent any in terruption on the part of the United States in the South American dispute. Peru and Bolivia are utilizing every channel to bring pressure to bear upon the administration to induce it to take I action. EDUCATE YOUR BOWELS Don't neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but see that you have at least one natural, easy movement a day. Pills, salts and black draughts are dangeroui because they strain and weaken the bowels. Wha you want is a mild but sure tonic laxative, that tones and strengthens the bowels and stimulates their movements. Such a laxative is CAS CARETS, and when you try them, you will find that it is the easiest thing in the world to make and keep your bowels clean and regular, strong and healthy. Sample box 10c Month's treatment 50c By keeping the bowels clean, all serious disorders are / t t / < ii J PREVENTED BY LIVER TONIC % 10c. NEVER SOLD IN BULK, 25c. 50c. ALL DRUGGISTS. a TOriUKi Five » ant box of CA»CA.m • WM « 014 . llow It to over six million boxes n SKsesvAttnat 3 & wHi ieli (' iRCAKKTt »booloteljr |»nmotee 4 to tor® ® r «ïn.VroÂîdoaTôobor S, two «Oc boxe», fixe them n mir, Conoot trlnl. no por ÂTîîifiirn tkonnnMilK« nob ontuéed. nftnr aoln« one SOe box.reUrntke nnaojanve !|TJ "n»» m ub win rI»1Tbr »«"f I J d reu*l 1 *8Tk STll N U âkîlKUI CO., SKW ïi*Bg ox ChI?aÄo. GUARANTEED nimr I all ils on «ho olomech, bloated bowel», foal UU I list mootti, hoedeoho,tndtgeaUon, pimples, pains »n*r eating, liver trouble, aani.w coinpicxlon and dlazlnesa. When your bowel# don't move **•"* larly you are getting »Ick. OonaUpatton ktlla more people than all other disease, together. It la a starter for the chronle »liment» and long yeara or .iifIVirIng th.t conto afterward». No matter what aiG you* alitrt taking OASOABBTS to-dav^lbr you w ill neuer get xvell and bo well all tbo time tintU yon put your bowel» right. Take our .dvlcoi al.rt with CASFAMKTS to-day, under an absolut« guar refunded. w tutoe io cure or niouoy TO CUBA • COI.D IN UNIS DAT. Take Laxative Bbomo qcimn k Tablets. All drugvlKta refund the money If it fulls to cure. E. W. Grove'» blgnaiure is on the box. 25c. The president has appointed Robert Mansfield of Indiana, consul at Valpa raiso, Chile. The appointee was for merly a private secretary of Senator Beveridge. . bb IIollowed Mrs.Pinkham 's Advice and Now l am Well. -f * R 'V « I "S*" ,4 CT' il A woman is sick—some disease peculiar to her sex is fast developing in her system. She goes to her family physician and tells him a story, but not the whole story. She holds back something, loses her head, becomes agi tated. forgets what she wants to say, and finally conceals what she ought to have told, and this completely mystifies the doctor. Is it a wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to cure the disease ? Still we cannot blame the woman, font 18 very em barraTsing to detail some of the symptoms of her suffering, even to her family physician. This is the reason why hundreds of thousands of women are now in corre « Monde nee with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. To her they can give every symptom, so that when she is ready t advise them she is in possession of more facts from her w?ththe paient than the physician cun possibly obtain through a personal interview. Following we publish a letter from a woman showing the result of a correspondence with Mrs. Pmkham. All 8U ® letters are considered absolutely confidential by ,, , vinkliam and are never published in any way or mfmiev without the consent in writing of the patient; but manner vrano grateful for the health which Mrs. Pinkham and her medicine have been able to restore to the"* fuTTwl unt nnlv consent to publishing their letters, but who suffer may be benefited by their experience. the one an the Is be °' .a . of Mrs. Ella Rice, Chelsea, Wis., writes: „TV- Pinkham -_For two years I was troubled with falling endured no one kno.. s but doctored with the physicians of this hardly drag myself across the fltmr I doctoreow^ My husband town for three and g J^° but l had no faith in patent medi health."—M bs. Ella Kick, Chelsea, Wis. case for : A n| a Owing to the fact that some akepti^l REWARD p^Zoa -LTD.* E.^eham Mao ,use CO. in every upon take *5000 All diseased conditions of the blood and skin are benefited by the well known remedy, Garfield Tea; It puri fies the blood and clears the com plexion. Three expert geologists from the United States survey have been de tailed for a geological and mineral reconnoissance of the island of Cuba.