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This root of many evils — Glandular tumors, abscesses, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions, sore ears, inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep sia, catarrh, readiness to catch cold and inability to get rid of it easily, pale ness, nervousness and other ailments Including the consumptive tendency— Can be completely and permanently removed, no matter how young or old the sufferer. ' Hood's Sarsaparilla was iriven the daughter of Silas Vernooy, Wawarsing, N. Y., who had broken out with scrofula sores all over her face and head. The first bottle helped her and when she had taken six the sores were all healed and her face was smooth. He writes that she has never shown any sign of the scrofula returning. Hood's Sarsaparilla I Promises to cure and keeps the promise. Ask your druggist for it today and accept no substitute. DR. W. F. DUNLOP, DENTIST. Gold Crown and Bridge Work. Entrance 201-202-203 Mohawk Rich Spokane, Wad. The miners at the Winter Quarters mine, at Scofield, Utah, have struck and may be joined by the men of the Clear Creek mines. This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet. the remedy that cnrea a cold In one day J. A. Ferguson, member of the exécu tive board of the Western Labor Union, has been appointed Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Industry for Montana. life of grain victoria. Complete life of Queen Victoria- Beat kook, beat terma. Outfit mailed free. Addreaa 8. C. Miller A Co., Portland, Or. The state eight hour law is .being tested at Oakland, Cal., in the case of a wharf contractor, who, it is claimed, works all his men more than the legal unmber of hours. Unions in the building trades con tinue to agitate the adoption of a label to place on fair buildings. Some fa vor a universal label, and others that each craft have its own device. Many complicated diseases and much suffering result from "con stipation. GARFIELD TKA cure» the most obstinate case of atomach and bowel derangements. The Missouri supreme court has prac tically killed the anti-trust law of that state in deciding to quash the action to annul the charter of the street railway monopoly of St. Louis. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup the best remedy to use for theii children during the teething period. The Retail Clerks' Union of San Francisco, after a few days' energetic campaign, have won a boycott against two firms who refused to accede to the early closing movement. Restorer, iae. Da.] The Dawson Council will consider a hill fixing miners' wages af. not less than $5.00 per day and board. It must he that labor is represented in the city council. Plsa'a Cure cannot be too highly spoken ol a* a cough cure.—J. w. O'Brien, 322 Third Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. a, 1200 . ' fl 0,000 Stolen. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 11.—A dispatch from Manila, Iowa, gives meager details of the theft of an express safe said to con tain $10,000. When the passenger train from the north on the Sioux City & Da kota branch of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad arrived at 10 o'clock two truck loads of freight of the American Egress company were unloaded from the express car to be transferred to No. 1 east 'bound on the main line. The trucks stood on the platform for a short time. When No. 4 arrived and the packages were be ing loaded the absence of a small safe, said to contain $10,000, was discovered. Train No. 4 was held an hour and a search for the safe was prosecuted, hut without result. No clue to the robbers or their method of operation is known. LATER. Sioux City, Iowa, Feb. 11.—Three men, believed to have been implicated In the theft last night at Manila, Iowa, of a United States Express Co. safe, said to contain $40,000, were arrested at that place this morning. They were traced by their tracks in the snow. The men are John Jackson, John Stovall and Charles Hayes. All live at Manila and are well known. Their reputations heretofore have not been bad. They stoutly protested their Innocence. Mrs. Jackson, wife of John Jackson, was al so arrested, hut at a preliminary hear ing she was released. The three men are In Jail, having been unable to fur nish bonds fixed at $19,000 each. None of the money or valuables has been re covered. The safe that was stolen con tained in the neighborhood of $40,000. Two thousand dollars was In cash and the remainder in drafts, checks and various valuables. . The new year will be as the old one If there be not a renewed man to live it, CAN THEN GOVERN HERSELF. Impossible to Withdraw Troop» at l*re»ent Time—Cuba Will Reqtieat the Withdrawal When Really und Can Maintain Good Order. Washington, Feb. 12.—It is now ap parent to the officers of the administra tion that it will be scarcely possible for the United States to withdraw wholly from the government of Cuba under the most favorable conditions before next fall at the earliest. This is conceding the pos sibility that the Cuban convention may adopt a constitution entirely acceptable to this government on or before the first of April next. It is recognized on all sides that it will require several months after the adoption of the constitution to com plete the organization of the Cuban gov ernment and have it in successful oper ation. All the national officers must be chosen, laws enacted for the collection of revenues and the establishment of a stable government, a police force on constabulary organized to take the place of the United States military force for the preservation of peace and the maintenance of order, and the municipal governments organized. In this country at least three months' notice is given of a general election, and it is urged that owing to the conditions in Cuba, where all the preliminary elec toral machinery has yet to lie prepared, it will take more time to prepare for the election of the president and other na tional officers, after which the administra tive officers must be appointed and the necessary laws enacted before, the struct ure of government can be properly es tablished. At any rate, such is the view of the officers of the administration as stated to day by a prominent member of the cabi net who is thoroughly familiar with the situation. This gentleman said also that when the Cuban government is success fully in operation the United States troops will be withdrawn from the island. Such withdrawal, he said, would be made when the Cuban government requested it, and it was clearly apparent that that government was fully capable of maintaining peace and good order. Still More Counterfeiting. The Secret Service has unearthed another band of counterfeiters, and secured a large quantity of bogus bills, which are so clever ly executed the average person would never suspect them of being suprious. Things of great value are always selected for imitations, notably Hostetter's Stom ach Bitters, which has many imitators, but few equal fordisorders like'indigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousuea and g eneral debility. Always go to reliable ruggists who have the reput giving what you ask for. reputation of Kink Ellwaril to Oui* l*rcNiileitt. "Washington—The text of the telegram of acknowledgment from King Edward VII. to President McKinley is as follows: "I desire to express my high apprecia tion of the respect shown to the memory of her late majesty by your attendance and by that of.your cabinet at the memo rial service in Washington. I am deeply touched by this and other special marks of sympathy received from the United States. ' EDWARD R. AND I." President McKinley sent the following reply: "His Majesty, King Edward VII., Lon don: I am gratified by your majesty's message. The tribute of the American people to the memory of your illustrious mother was general and heartfelt. "WILLIAM MKINLEY." YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ABE TAKING when you take Qrove'a Tasteless Chill Tonic, because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing that it Is simply Iron and Qui* nine In a tasteless form. No cum no pay. 50c. A dentist says that a woman loses her teeth sooner than a man. Prob ably she wears them out with her tongue. Contagious Blood Poison There is no poison so highly contagious, so deceptive and so destructive. Don't be too sure you are cured because all external signs of the disease have disappeared, and the doctor says you are well. Many per sons have been dosed with Mercury and Potash for months or years, and pro nounced cured — to realize when too late that the disease was. only covered up — "»B»'* «».. SS 55 Ä out again, and to their sorrotf&nd mortifi cation find those nearest and dearest to them have been infected by this loath some disease, for no other poison is so surely transmitted from parent to child as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, an old sore or ulcer developing in middle life, can be traced to blood poison con in^ariy S,n ° f tho Parontm life, for it remains smoldering in the sys tem forever, unless properly treated and driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this peculiar virus, the only remedy known that can over come it and drive it out of the blood, and it does this so thoroughly and effectually that there is never a return of the disease to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards. cures Contagious Blood Poison in any and all stages; contains no mineral to break down SM MP WP your constitution ; it is purely vegetable and the only blood puri fier known that cleanses the blood and at the same time builds up the general health. Our little book on contagious blood poison is the most complete and instruc tive ever issued; it not only tells all about this disease, but also how to cure yourself at home. It is free and should be in the hands of everyone seeking a cure. Send for it THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, SA. N. N. U. No. 7, 1901. JCAUGHT BY THE GRIP. Released by Pe-ru-na—Congressman How ard's Recovery—Congressman Geo. H. White's Case. d m w. UN CO MRS. Qéïïj! Wr La Grippe is epidemic catarrh.—It spares no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aristo crat and the. pauper. The masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt—all are lia ble. Have 5 'ou the grip? Or. rather, has the grip got you? Giip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy Ameri can to read "grip." Without intend ing to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case. As if some hideous giant with awful GRIP had olutched us in its fatal clasp. Men. women, children, whole towns aud cities are caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster. Fe-ru-na For Grip. Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell, president of Epworth League, also president of Loyal Temperance Legion, writes from Cbehalis, Wash.: , ''I have used several remedies in cases of severe colds and la grippe, but none I consider of more value than Peruna."—Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell. The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, After-Effects of La Grippe. Miss Emma Jouris, president Golden Rod Sewing Circle, writes from 40 Burling street, Chicago, 111., as fol lows: ''This spring I suffered severely from the after effects of la grippe. As the dootors did not seem to help me I bought a bottle of Peruna."—Miss Em ma Jouris. Congressman Howard's Letter. Fort Payne, Ala. The Peruna Medicine Co., Colum bus, Ohio: Gentlemen—have taken Pe runa now for two weeks and find / am very much relieved. I feel that my cure will be perma nent. I have also taken It for la grippe and I take pleasure In rec ommending Peruna as an excel lent remedy to all fellow suffer ers."—M. W. Howard, Member of Congress. La Grippe Leaves the System in m Deplorable Condition. D. L. Wallace, a charter member of the International Barbers' Union, writes from 15 Western avenne, Min neapolis, Minn.: Launceston in Tasmania has its elec tric lighting system derived from a riv er that forms one of the city bounda rles. Beware of Ointment* for Catarrh That Contain Mercury. As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten-fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che ney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer cury, and Is taken Internally, acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. In buying Hairs Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally, and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists; price, 75c per bottle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Some women dress to please men and some to worry other women. Stop« Hk» oough aatf Work» Off thé Oofd. Laxativ* Bromo-Quinine Tablets oni* a eeld in one day. No oar*, N* Pay. Pria* IK oeat*. A finished poet Is one who gets dis couraged and goes to work. ''Following a severe attaok of la grippe I seemed to be affected badly all over. "One of my customers who was greatly helped by Pernna advised me to try it, and I procured a bottle the same day. Now my head is clear, my nerves are steady, I enjoy food, and rest well. Peruna has been worth a dollar a dose to me."—L. D. Wallace. Grip Causes Deafness. Mrs. M. A. Sharick, chaplain G. A. R. Woman's Relief Corps, writes from Fremont, Wash.: "When la grippe was the prevailing illness in this Western oountry I was laid up the whole wintar, I partially lost my hearing, and had a very bad case of catarrh of the head and throat. "I read of Peruna, tried it and had my hearing restored and catanh cured. I cannot speak too well of Peruna."— Mrs. M. A. Sharick. La Grippe Cured In Its First Stage. Lieutenant Clarice Haut, of the Salt Lake City barracks of the Salvation Army, writes from Ogden, Utah: "Two months ago I was suffering with so severe a oold I could hardly speak. "Our captain advised me to try Pe runa, and procured a bottle for me, and truly it worked wonders. Within two weeks I was entirely well."—Clarioe Hunt. Congressman White's Letter. Tarboro, N. C. Gentlemen—"I am more than satisfied with Peruna and find It to be an excellent remedy for the grip and catarrh. I have used It in my family and they all Join me in recommending it as an excellent remedy."—Geo. H. White , Member of Congress. Kemalned In Feeble Health After Cured of La Grippe. Mrs. T. W. Collins, treasurer Inde pendent Order Good Templars, of Ever ett, Wash., writes: "After having a severe attack of la grippe I continued in a feeble condi tion even after the doctor called me cured. My blood seemed poisoned. Peruna cured me."—Mrs. T. W. Col lins. Address The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, O., for a free book on ca tarrh. to to a is at j Palms never live more than 250 years. Ivy has been known to live 450, chest nut 860, oak 1600 and yet 2880 years. Life to n Laxy I.iver! Lazy, leaden livers cause nine tenths of all deaths. Give your 'liver life with Cascareta Candy Cathartic and save your own life, druggists, 10c, 25c. 50c. The salt production in Michigan last year filled 4,820,865 barrels, a gain over the preceding year of 5,146 barrels. TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets, druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. E- W. Grove's signature Is on each box. 26c. A horse can pull three tons on level steel rails for every ton he can pull on an ordinary high road. GARFIELD TEA purifies the blood and cures all forms of indiges tion ; a clear, healthy complexion and good health result from iti use : It Is made from herbs. j There is much difference between be ing washed white and being white washed. The small boy occasionally consumes time by eating dates. BRITISH LOST A POMPOM Hajor Cretvi Engaged and Forced to Re tire— Short of Ammunition — Second Attack Was Made by Dewet—He Had About 3,500 Meu. East London, Cape Colony, Feb. 11.— Details have been received here of se vere fighting at Tabaksberg mountain, 40 miles east of the railway and about midway between Small Deel and Bloemfontein. Major Crewe, with a composite column traveling southwest, sighted the mountain on the morning of January 21. He heard heavy firing, and knowing that Colonel Pilcher's column was on the other side of the mountain, he concluded that this officer was In action. Consequently he hur ried forward, only to meet the Boers streaming down, and evidently retir ing froni Colonel Pilcher's lyddite shells. Immediately Major Crewe brought three 15-pounders and a pom pom to bear on the Boers, who. how ever, were found to be so numerous that It was impossible to head them off. Orders were given to return to camp about two miles from the moun tain. The column rested until 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when the march was resumed southwest. Major Crewe was just touching the southern point of the mountain when a terrific rifle fire opened from a large force of Boers in .ambuscade on the mountains. The fight soon became gen eral, the Boers attacking the British on both flanks and the rear. The Brit ish pompom jammed and became use less. Major Crewe grasped thé situa tion and by a brilliant move got the convoy Into a safe position. Between 7 and 8 o'clock in the evening the Boers charged the position and turned both flanks. The British ammunition be-' came exhausted and Major Crewe was obliged to retire and abandon the pom pom after the advance party had en deavored to save it and had sustained a severe loss. Rear guard action was fought by Major Crewe into the camp where the wagons had been laagered. Entrenchments were thrown up during the night. When morning came Major Crewe started to join General Knox, 12 miles to the southwest. The Boers immedi ately re-attacked him, compelling him to fight a second rear guard action for a few miles. General Dewet person ally commanded the Boers, and they were estimated at 2500. Major Crewe's force was only 700. Eventually the British officer joined General Knox and returned to Bloem fontein. Lord Kitchener has highly complimented Major Crewe on hiB achievement. Pretoria, Feb. 11.—The columns working eastward occupied Ermelo, February 6, with slight opposition. A large force of Boers, estimated at 7000, under Louts Botha, retired eastward. About 800 wagons with families passed through Ermelo on the way to Amster day and a very large quantity of stock is being driven east. A peace delegate, under sentence of death, and other Boer prisoners, were taken by the Boers. All the reports show that the Boers are exceedingly bitter. Fifty Boers surrendered. Louis Botha, with 2000 men, attacked General Smith Dorrlen at Orange camp at 3 a. m., February 6. He was repulsed after severe fighting. General Spruit was killed. General Randemeyer was severely wounded and two cornets were killed. v Twenty of the Boer dead were left In our hands and many severely wounded. Our cas ualties were 24 killed and 53 wounded. Our movement to the east is reported to have thoroughly upset all the en emy's calculations and created a panic in the district. Christian Dewet appears to be cross ing the line south of Jaegersfontein road to the west this morning, having failed to effect a crossing by the drifts east of Bethulie. In Cape Colony, Canovia has been occupied by Colonel De Lisle, who en tered February 6, when the enemy re tired. Lord Raglan, under secretary of state for war, informed the correspondent of the Associated Press today that General Evelyn Wood 1 b not going to South Africa and that no peace commission is contemplated. a In _ ■we I'rngril)' nt Pueblo. Pueblo, Colo., Feb. 11.—David Allen, a prominent saloonkeeper and sporting man, was killed and his brother Arthur, a bar keeper at the Grand hotel, badly wounded in an exciting affray with revolvers in the servants' room of the hotel by William Campbell, colored porter. Arthur Allen bad / had a quarrel with Campbell during the day. In the melee Campbell escaped injuries, but shot each of the white men in the breast. Topeka Saloon* Closed. Topeka, Kan., Feb. 11.-—All the princi pal saloons of the city are closed, lue sa loon men are resting on their arms, wait ing to see what the next move of the tem perance people will be. The saloon men held a meeting yesterday morning and it is thought they adopted the closing policy for the time being. New Jap Conaal. San Francisco, Feb. 11.—K. Oyono, the newly appointed Japanese consul at this port, has arrived here and will at once assume the duties of his office. He suc ceeds Count Matsu. Ridicule is a blow from the fist, wit the prick of a needle, irony tliq/htlng of a bee, and humor the plaster vyblch heals all these wounds. A Chicago judge decided that boycot ting was legal In an action brought by a contractor against building crafts men. The Beat Preparation for Malaria, ohllls and fever la a bottle of Qrove'a Ta* a lees Chill Tonic. It la simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless form. No cure—no pay. Prioe SOe. It Is an utter impossibility for a short man to fall In love with a tall woman. He simply has to climb-for It. 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