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There it more Catarrh in Una section en the eouutry than all oilier diseases put to getlier, and until the last few years was supposed to be iniuruble. For a great mimr years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced 11 iccurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by k .f. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It it taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a leaspoonful. Jt acts directly on the Wood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testi monials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. A Slim Menu. "I presume you are always filled with the divine afflatus," said the admiring friend to the dreamy poet. "Yes," answered the dreamy poet; "yes, tnd that's about all, as a general thing." Baltimore American. Pronounce It, Sigridur, Jonsdottir, KirmarHtodum, Keykholasveit, llardastrandarsvslu, Iceland, Europe. This in the address given in an order for Dodd's Kidney l'ills, received ami filled by the Dodd's Medicine Company, of Buffalo, on Apr. ltith This uniqi uninue direction means, that to i .1 .IT-1 1 .1.. 1 rencn ine sick ucopie oi iccinnu, me parcel must travel to Sew York, then to Ixmdon, Kng., then northwest to Greenland, to be landed finally, on the lonely island at the edge of the Arctic Circle. This is a pointed illustration of how United States goods find their way to the remotest corners of the earth. America to-day, produces better medi cines, ns well as better manufactured arti cles than any other country in the world, and this fnct accounts for the demand for Dodd's Kidney l'ills from every part of the known universe. Cause far Thnnkfnlncs. Tommy What yer so Bore about! Jimmy Aw, it's pooty tough on a feller, tor have ter wear his big brudder's pants. "d'o'on! Yer oughter be glad yer big brudder ain't a sister an' wore bloomers." Philadelphia Record. Try Grnin-Ot Try Grnln-O! Ask ynur grocer to-day to show yon a pack age of GRAIN -1), the new food drink that takes the place of coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well ns the adult. All who try it, like it. GRAIX-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure grains, and the most deli cate stomach receives it without distress. J the price of coffee. 15c. and 2ocU. per package. Sold by all grocers. A man and woman begin to talk freely to each other after they have been married a month, and usuully overdo it. Atchison Globe. THE RAILWAY "JIGGER." A Device Sow t ied In London to Prm vent the Overcrowding of Car. Putting more passengers into a railwny car than it cun scut Is not a purely American custom. Of Into there hus been a pood deal of coin plaint by business men coming: into London from the suburbs on steam roads that the cnrriiifres ore over crowded. And in self-defense a few of the passengers have recently made use of n simple mechanical means to exclude those whom they regard ns intruders. It should be borne in mind that railway carriages abroad differ ma teriaily from those in this country In their interior arrangements. The seats are arranged crosswise, two in a compartment, and the passengers enter through a door on the side. A seat will accommodate only three or four persons. The seats face each other, and are nearer together than those of an American street car. If anyone enters and stands between the seats he causes as much incon venience as if he were to stand be tween pnssengers who occupy the cross seats in a Xew York elevated railway car. No wonder that John Dull rebels! The London Mnil declares that in order to prevent the invasion of their compartments when the train stops at intermediate stations many sub urban pnssengers employ what is called a "jigger." This is a slender rod of metal, long enough to serve ns a crossbar to the doorway, and bent nt the ends so as to fasten read ily to the casing. Some jiggers nre of more elaborate construction than others, but they nre built primarily for usefulness, not ornament. Occa sionally the owners leave them be hind on arrival, and the superintend ent of one of the railways has accu mulated a considerable number of them in consequence. For ne passenger forcibly to eject another after the latter is once in would not be lawful, liut it is said that the English courts sanction the employment of peaceful methods to exclude superfluous travelers. To Core Told In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinii- Tablets. All druggists ref und money if it fails tocure. 25c. It'i when things are coming your way that you admit they are going to suit you. Philadelphia Bulletin. I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump tion has an equal for coughs and colds. John K. Boyer, Trinity Spiinjs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900. g A man seldom docs his best unless he is working for himself. St. Louis Star. How My Throat Hurts! Why don't you use Hale's Honey of Horehounu and Tar? Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. TOLD IN FIGURES. Sugar exists in Mie sap of leaves of Dearly 200 different kinds of trees. The earliest mention of i;boes is in an Egyptian papyrus, about 2,200 years before Christ. There nre 2,!I(I0 words w'.ich have the same spelling nnd meaning both in French and English. The nverage income of physicians in Berlin is about $2.'.0 a year. The highest Income is $74,000. The federal department in Wash ington which has the smallest num ber of employes is the department of state, the aggregate salaries of its employes being less than $150,000 a year. FROM DEATH'S DOOR, Hillsdale, 111., April 20th. Much in terest has been aroused here over the case of William Marks, who has been in a dying condition for several months with an apparently incurable Kidney Disease. The lending physicians of this place had pronounced his case a hopeless one, and others from Port Byron, Geneseo, and Davenport, la., had at tended hlai, and in a consultation de cided that he could not live. In desperation, his nephew inquired of Mr. L. F. Giles, a local druggist, as to a last resort. Mr. Giles suggested Dodd's Kidney Pills, a remedy which had just been introduced here. The results were marvelous. Mr. Marks immediately began to improve, and within a few weeks was able to be up and about, completely cured. His cure is the talk of the neigh hood, and is considered nothing short of a miracle. There appears to be no doubt that this new remedy, Dodd's Kidney Pills, will cure any case of Kidney Dtecnse, for the more malignant forms, such ns Bright's Disease, Diabetes, and Dropsy, yield readily to its remark able influence. These forms of Chronic Kidney Disease have hitherto been considered incurnble, and have baffled all medical skill, and yet, this new iniedy has cured every single case in which it has been used, in this neighborhood. The doctors themselves nre amazed nt the won derful work Dodd's Kidney Pills are accomplishing in Eock Island County. SCHOOLBOY FARTHEST NORTH. A kittle Eaklnio Is llelng Educated t Point Harrow, Alnska, by the Government. ' This picturesque little Eskimo pos sesses unusual Interest from the fuct that he Is one of Uncle Sam's most northern schoolboys. His school house is located at Point Barrow, Alaska, and stnnds on the most northern portion of land on the American continent and marks the end of civilization in the arctic regions, snys the Chicago Chronicle. The site was recently selected by the United States bureau of education for a school. The government has also es tablished a refuge station here for the wintering of the ship-wrecked sailors' of the whaling fleets. The school next to Uppernavnk, Green land, is the most northern mission in the world. It is securely built of huge logs, having double walls to se cure warmth against the intense arc tic cold. The daily attendance nt the mission varies from 75 to 100, depend ing on the conditions of travel, as many of the children come on dog and reindeer" sleds from points-25 to 75 miles' distant. Lamps nre re quired in the Kchoolhouse during the long, dark arctic night, which extends from November to February. The weather ranges from 27 to '42 below zero. The tenchers ut Point Barrow are completely isolated trom the out side world; only once n year the cur tain is lifted, nnd they receive their annual suppli"s, letters, papers, etc., by the revenue cutter Bear. The teachers announce that they never had more quickly intelligent pupils than the wild Eskimos of the north. Vagrants "With n Story" Are Frnoda, The majority of the "men with a itory" (vagrants) nre frauds. The ex pression is often heard, however: "Oh, well, help them anyway! It is butter to help many frauds thun to let one genuine case suffer." That argument is all right provided there are any genuine cases. But are there any gen uine cases? There is on record a state ment of the late Dr. John Hull that in all the years of his experience in Xew York city he had never found one. Cer tainly of the 200 strangers who have come io me during the past, year not one was worthy of any help of the kind asked for. Rev. David M. Steele, in Ladies' Home Journal. Hln Itenaon. "What makes you put so much of your writing in dialect?" "Well," answered the novelist, "it Is a sure way of plensing a great many people who are so proud of being able to guess the pronunciation that they don't bother about the sense of it all." Washington Star. Ilnlf Due. "I'm half dead," said Mr. Bickers, as he came in and threw himself down on the sofa. "Good," replied Mrs. Bickers; "now I'll collect half of your life insurance." TunVe, PR16 CATARRH MAKES PEOPLE WEAK AH S ji lf y Jj J? l I 'ISH AXT BRYAN, OF WASIIT.TON, D. & 1 If S pTrtTr mwr w t r nrwrtntwfysi mrriw arisrsrt NERVOUS. Miss Anna Bryan, a favorite cousin of William Jennings Bryan, is well known socially in Washington, D. C, where she has a host of friends. Miss Bryan recently studied music at Fairmount Seminary, of Washington, D. C. In a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, she Buys : 1459 Florida Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen-" At the solicitation of a friend I began some weeks ago to take your Peruna and I now feel like a new person. I take pleasure In recommending it to all who want a good tonic and a per manent cure for catarrh." Anna Bryan. Miss Marie Coats. MRS. BEKTHA KOCKLEIt, 177 Guinett street, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Peruna and Manalin have done me very great service, and I recommend them with pleasure to all who suffer with nervous catarrh of the stomach as I did. Should such a disease ever at tack me again I shall immediately take Peruna. I now feel very well nnd have a good appetite all the time. I have gained in weight. I recommended Pe runu to an acquaintance of ours and he is making remarkable progress. I looked so badly for a time before I be gan your medicine, that now when I meet some of my friends they say: 'I wns very much worried about you, but now you are looking so well. I shall always keep Peruna nnd Manalin in the house as family medicines.'' Mrs. Bertha Kockler. Thousands of Fair Women Are Never Without Pe-ru-na The . National Catarrh Remedy, Miss Marie Co"ats, President of th Appleton Young Ladies' Club, write the following concerning Peruna: Appleton, Wis. The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen "I find Peruna an excellent spring and summer medi cine and am glad to call the attention of my friends to it. When that languid, tired feeling comes over you, and your looii no longer tastes good, and. small t annoyances ir ritate you, Pe runa will make you feel like another person inside of a week. I have now used it for three seasons and find it very reliable and efficacious." Marie Coats. Mrs. Al. Wetzel, 21 South 17th street, Terre Haute, Ind., writes: "Peruna is the greatest medicine on earth. I feel well and that tired feel ing is all gone. When I begun to take your medicine I could not smell nor hear a church bell ring. Now 1 can smell and hear. When I began your treatment my head was terrible, all sorts of buzzing, chirping and loud noises. Three months ago I dragged urouud like u snail; now 1 can walk us briskly as ever. I am going to go and see the doctor thut said I was not long for this world, and tell him that Peruna cured me." Mrs. Al. Wetzel. If all the tired women and all tha nervous women, and all the women that needed a tonic would rend und heed the words of these three fair la dies who have spoken right to the point, how many invalids would be prevented and how many wretched lives be made happy. Peruna restores health in a normal way. Peruna puts right all the mucous membranes of the body, and in this way restores the functions of every organ. If It is the stomach that is out of or der, and the digestion impaired, Pe runa quickly makes things right by re storing the mucous membrane of thtf stomach. If the nerves tingle, if the brain in tired, if the strength is flagging and the circulation of blood weakened by flabby mucous membranes of the di gestive organs, Peruna reaches the spot at once by giving to these mem branes the vitality and activity which belongs to them. The pelvic organs arc also lined with mucous membrane which in the female sex is especially liable to derange ments. Peruna is an absolute speciflo in these cases. The women everywhere are praising it. No other remedy has ever received such unqualified praise from such a multitude of women. If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Pe runa, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your ease and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. llarrman, President of Thellartmun Sanitarium, Columbus, O. il " " " Do You Chow Tobacco r for the good of the tobacco or because the maker offers a cheap premium which you never get? 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