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CAUGHT BY THE GRIP.
Released by Pe-ru-na—Congressman Howard’s Recovery—Congressman Geo. H. White’s Case [J' 1 1 y j niirnniurm i imiii i mm ;ii;t;h riiiiiinmi La Grippe Is epidemic catarrh.—lt “Following a severe attack of la spares no class or nationality. The cul- grippe I seemed to be affected badly tured and the Ignorant, the aristocrat all over. and the pauper. The masses and the "One of my customers who was classes are alike subject to la grippe, greatly helped by Peruna advised m« None are exempt —all are liable. to try it, and I procured a bottle the Have you the grip? Or. rather, has same day. Now my head is clear, my the grip got you? Grip is well named, nerves are steady, 1 enjoy food, and The original French term, la grippe, rest well. Peruna has been worth a has been shortened by the busy Amer- dollar a dose to me."—L. D. Wallace, ican to read "grip.” Without intend- GHppe Cause* Drafnf*. lng to do so a new word has been Mrs. M. A. Sharick. chaplain G. A. R. coined that exactly describes the case. Woman's Relief Corps, writes from As If some hideous giant with awful Fremont, Wash.: Grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. "When la grippe was the prevailing Men, women, children, whole towns illness In this Western country I was snd cities are caught In the baneful laid up the whole winter, 1 partially grip of ft terrible monster. lost my hearing, and had a very bad _ case of catarrh of the head and throat. re-m-mm For onp. j read of Per una. tried It and had Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell. President of my hearing restored and catarrh cursd. Epworth league, also President of i cannot speak too well of Peruna.’’— Loyal Temperance Legion, writes from Mrs. M. A. Sharick. Chehalis, Wash.: La Grippe cured In Its Ft rat Stas*. "I have used several remedies in Lieutenant Clarice Hunt, of the Salt cases of severe colds and Ift grippe, but City Harracks of the Salvation none I consider of more value than Army, writes from Ogden, Utah: Peruna." —Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell. Two months ago I was suffering with of to Orlppo. Teak'" 6 “ C °‘ d ‘ hat ‘ C °“" 1 Miss Emma Jouris, President Golden "Our captain advised me to try Pe- Rod Sewing Circle, writes from 40 Bur- runa , and procured a bottle for me. and ling street, Chicago. HI., as follows: tru , y lt worke d wonders. Within two "This spring I suffered severely from we * ks i WUB entirely well.”—Claries the after-effects of la grippe. As the Hunt. doctors did not seem to help me 1 Congressman White's Letter, bought a bottle of Peruna.”—Miss Em- Tarbom, N. C. ma Jouris. Qentiemen— t, i am more than matin• Congress.*. Howard*. utt.r. tied with Peruna and find it to be at Aim excellent remedy for the grip and ca n. u **£* _ tarrh. / have used it in my family ant Medicine Co., Columbus, (/j j oin me in recommending it at ° bk ?, , . , . _ an excellent remedy. ’’-Oeo. H. White, Gentlemen—“i have taken Peruna Member o/ Congress. now tor two weeks and find lam very „ much relieved. I feel that my cure *•■»»«* ln I'HJt. ‘ZZZTmZ Mra T ln dmmJSjSEi fn cicClcn, <s r <£> d Tcmp,ar *- °« T , W y having a severe attack of 1. M. XV. Howard, Member of Congress. grlppe l con tinued in a feeble condi- La Grippe Leaves the System In ft tion even after the doctor called m« Deplorable Condition. cured. My blood seemed poisoned. Pe- D. L. Wallace, g charter member of runa cured me.”—Mrs. T W. Collins, the International Barbers’ Union, Address The 1 eruna Medicine Co., writes from 15 Western avenue, Min- Columbus, 0., for a free book on oeapolis, Minn.: catarrh. mmW/NCH ESTER WmWm ••MEW RIVAL" m m FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS WBHESTtR REPEATIM ARMS CO. .... Hu Ham, Com. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter’s Little Liver Pills. Sum Saar Signature of to. Paa-fUmtU Wrapper Betow. I to taka m near,* . IrArnTD’ol™* utabasii, HAITI trio raa DiznsEU. ■imc mu ■luoutsEtt. Si ivFR fsr Tomsuvu. II Pllit FOt CONSTIPATIOI. IU ST FOB SALLOW SKIS. SHHHLIfss mcosriuita l<m I anwaa OURS SICK HSADACHK. Kleli Little Yanker* City. Relatively to Its population, Hart ford, Connecticut, is> one of the rich est cities in the Union. Many complicated diseases and much suffering result from constipation. Garfield Tea, the great Herb Tea, will cure the most obstinate case. Little Harry—Why haven't we ever hn<l a lady president, papa? Papa— Because. Harry, a man-made law makes it imperative that the President be more than thirty-five years old. We refund 10c for every package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES that falls to give satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., Unionville, Mo. A mnn Is always snid to lead his bride to the altar, but sometimes It Is suspected that she pushed him. WANTEb-l.tve lady agent or experience in every town to advertise Russ Bleaching Blue the modern bag Blue. Good wages made. The Russ Co- South Bend. Ind. “What about this theory that salt will preserve youth and energy?’ "Stuff! Look at Lot s wife." Plso's Cure Is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and lungs.-W*. O. Endslbv. Vanburen. lnd„ Feb, it). 1800. "Will you marry me?” "9 h - t J , * B sudden' Rot. for goodness sake, what made you so slow about asking me? When the heir ie thin end gray. Pass Ham i5 ~- T t must be quite unhealthful to live ssHisraa ares av TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Governor Toole of Montana has signed the eight-hour day law for mines and smelters. In taking out a life Insurance policy at Chicago, Sarah Bernhardt stated her age to be fifty-eeven years. The late Philip D. Armour left a for tune of $14,000,000 in personal property and only 100,000 worth of realty. Tennessee has passed a very rigid anti-cigarette bill and lt is being en forced to the entire exclusion of all kinds of cigarettes. Richard Croker has paid to English officials his income tax of sf>,ooo on the official estimate that he was in re ceipt of SIOO,OOO a year. It is reported that Lord Kitchener wishes to send 10,000 Boer prisoners to India. He proposes to locate them in the state of Nllgira, province of Oris sa, Bengal. The Kaiser, prior to Ids departure for Germany, conferred on Ixml Rob erts the order of the Black Eagle, the highest decoration within the gift of the Emperor. The total receipts from custom# sources in Culm in 1900 amounted to $01,084,370; for 1809. $14,854,201, show ing an Increase of $1,230,115, or over eight per cent. Genernl Fuuston reports that prac tically all the organized Insurrection ists In his district have Iteen dispersed, with the exception of disconnected bauds iu the mountains. Joseph Crockett, a cousin of Davy Crockett. Is dead at Ids home at Liber ty, Missouri, aged eighty-seven years. He was a native of Tennessee, aud went to Missouri In 1820. It appears that only a single member out of the fifteen comprising the finance committee of the Folkething opposes the sale of the Danish West In dies to the United States. The Queen of Sweden and Norway Is suffering from a dangerous affection of the throat, says a Cojienliagcn cor respondent. Her strength is much re duced aud her condition serious. The report of the commissioner of patents shows that 278 patents were granted Colorado citizens during the year, seventeen to citizens of Wyoming and nine to citizens of New Mexico. The Cuban Constitutional convention has voted by a large majority to Insert a clause in the constitution allowing universal suffrage, and also adopted the priudples of minority representa tion. Mrs. Marion Dunham, president of tlie lowa State Woman's Christian Temperanee Union, gives her unqual ified approval to the methods ado|»ted by Mrs. Nation iu fighting the unlawful saloon. Mipfir General Arthur Mae Arthur will be relieved from duty as the com manding general of the division of the Philippines in April next and will Iw succeeded by Brigadier General James t\ Wade. The German War office has received a dispatch form Count Yon Waldersee. dated Pekin, which announces that railway communication lias been re stored lh*tween IVklu, Feng Tui uud I’ao Ting Fu. Secretary of the Navy Long has writ ten to Senator Morgan tlint he would like to promote Licutenaut Hobson, Captain Clark and other naval officers I if the Senate could be Induced to act iu the matter. Astronomer C. D. Perrino lias been selected by Director W. \V. Campbell of the Lick observatory to head the University of California expedition to Sumatra to observe the eclipse of the sun on May 17th. A London special from Cape Town J says that Genernl Dewet. according to Cape Town reports, intends to annex various districts of Caj>e Colony and then to commandeer men ami supplies, although he is now urging the colon ists not to Join him. The output of United States postage stamps at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing during January was the largest in the history or the govern ment. the total number being 507,710,- 055, of which fi.5G4.840 were put up in the little book form. It Is the Intention of the War De partment to have the eorps of under takers now in the Phillppim* disinter and ship to the United States during the present winter. If practicable, the remains of all officers and soldiers now buried in those Islands. r> At a meeting of the Boor sympathiz ers at Frankfort, Kentucky, attended by some 5,000 people, a resolution was adopted appealing to Great Britain to stop the war in South Africa. Christian I)eWet, n nephew of the Boer com mander, was present and was carried around the hall on the shoulders of the promoters of the meeting. The Dominion government has prac tically taken steps to purchase the tele graph systems of Canada, extend them enormously and oi>ernte them in con nection with the Postotllce Depart ment. It is also seriously proposed to follow a similar course with the tele phone, but in the case of the latter mu nicipalities will Im» licensed, as in Brit ain. to operate the system within their own areas. Search Is Isdng made for facts and deeds that will authorize the enroll ment of the first native American to he Included among the canonized saints. The Rev. I*. S. Mcllaie, C. M., president of the Niagara University, lias received authority to begin the work preliminary to the beatification of Mother Elizabeth Seton. who found ed the order of Sisters of Charity in the United States. By an explosion of 700 quarts of ni troglycerine at the magazine of the Gas Belt*Torpedo Company, four miles northeast of Alexandria, Indiana, a few days ago, Percy Fort, n carrier for tlie company, with ids team of horses, tlie wagon and tlie magazine, was blown to atoms, not a vestige of them having since been found. A hole fifteen feet deep and forty feet wide was left where the magazine had form erly stood. John Ryan, who was formerly a leading organizer among the United Mine Workers in Pennsylvania and Il linois, has started in to organize the miners in Mexico. He says there are 75.000 and he Intends to get them all Into the union. They are said to lie alarmed at the proposed introduction of Chinese to work Moxlrnn mines. A Phoenix. Arizona, dispatch says Ryan is at IlermoHillo and formed a union there of 200 mcinliers. In conformity with the course adopt ed by the former Prince of Wales, af terward King George IV.. who re signed the office of general and master when he was appointed regent. King Edward has now resigned the office of * grand master of Free Masons in Eng land, which he has held since 1874. < But he will retain his connection with Masonry under the probable title of protector. A special grand lodge will be summoned February 15th. when It is expected tlie Duke of Connaught will be nominated to succeed Ids majes ty as grand master. BOY LOCATES WATER MANY TEXAS RANCHES HAVE BEEN BENEFITED. A Wonderfet Fourteen-Ye*r-Old Tenth Is Credited WUh "X-Ray* Sight-Judge and Member of ths Legislator* Dnelare It Is So. Guy Fenley, the fourteen-year-old boy with the “X-ray" eyes, la creating a big stir among the stockmen of west ern Texas, saya an Austin correspond ent of the Chicago Record. Tills boy, with his remarkable pair of eyes can. It is alleged, see water at any depth In the ground, and he has located a num ber of wellia each having an unfailing supply of water, on ranches in that seml-arld section of the state. Ilia ser vices are in such demand by the ranch men who want to put down wells for their live stock that he has been at his home in Uvalde very little since the discovery waa made of his wonderful natural gift. This boy is the son of Joel C. Fenley, a stockman at Uvalde. The alleged fact that he is possessed of "X-ray" sight was discovered about four yenrs*ago. He only has this sight •t night, and the darker It is the better he can see into the depths of the earth. On the night that his wonderful gift was discovered he and his father were walking through a pasture of a ranch near Uvalde wlieu the boy exclaimed: "Look at that stream of water!” His father replied that there was no water to be seen tn that locality, hut the boy insisted that he could see a flowing stream fur down in the ground. Upon reaching home, it is said, tlie ex periment was made with a bucket of water being set under a table and the lH>y could sec lt plainly through the wooden table when the room was dark ened. Soon after this Mr. Fenley de termined to put down a stock well on his ranch, nml taking Ids son with him one tlie latter. It is claimed, soon located what he asserted was a fine stream of water about 200 feet below the surface. He described minutely tlie different strata of earth and rock that lay between the surface and the water. The well was sunk on the spot Indicated by the boy, and one of the finest flows of water ever obtained in that section up to that time was struck at n deptli of 187 feet. Judge Van Sickle Is n member of the state Legislature nml is now in Austin. Speaking of the wonderful gift of this boy. he said: “That Guy Fenley. this fourteen year-old hoy, is possessed of an ‘X-ray* sight <*annot Im* questioned. He has demonstrated his ability to see under ground streams of water, no matter what their depth may he, on n number of occasions, and the stockmen of west Texas have ample proof of his power In this line. I engaged him to go to Brewster county and locate two wells on the ranch which is owned by I>. J. Combs and myself. Tills ranch is lo cated In a very dry country, known ns the ‘Glass Mountains.' We have made a vain search for water on this ranch, having sunk a well to a depth of »k>7 feet nt a cost of $1,500 without striking water. This t»oy has already located two wells on the ranch, one nt n deptli of 250 feet nml the other at a deptli of 400 feet, both containing an abundant supply of pure water, and well drilling outfits are now at work sinking other wells on the ranch witli no doubt übout securing water." The Hon. John N. Garner of Uvalde, representative from that place in the state Legislature, corroborated nil that Is said about the Fenley l>oy by Judge Van Sickle. Many teats have been made by the people of Uvalde to dem onstrate .fully the "X-ray” power of the boy’s sight. Buckets of water have lM*en placed under buildings nml the hoy has never failed to loacte the wa ter. His eyes have been carefully ex amined by local medical men, but no apparent peculiarities in them have been found. Kelated to lh« Royal Family. Mrs. Charles 11. Tanner of Lendvllle, formerly the Baroness Golotti, is said to have documents showing that her grandmother nml the duchess of Kent, mother of Queen Victoria, wore first cousins. The baroness was liorn in Milan, Italy, and her husband was Baron Go lotti, a prominent statesman of tlinl time. He became involved in an al leged plot against the king iu the ’sos and was comjielled to leave the country to escape execution. Afterward he came to this country and lived In Den ver In 1874. He received one day a letter from Italy informing him of Id! pardon nml the shock of Joy was sc great that he fell to the floor In a dy ing condition. Five years later his widow married her present husband and the two came to Leadviile nml have since lived here. Mrs. Tanner relates numerous In stances of her former life and describes once having met tlie Queen when tin latter was still a very young woman. CAREER AND CHARACTER OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. An address by Joseph Choate. Am bassador to Great Britain,on the career and character of Abraham Lincoln— his early life—his early struggles with the world—his character as developed in the later years of his life and his administration, which placed his name so high on the world s roll of honor and fame, has been published by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail-, way and may be li.nl by sending six (6) cent* In postage to F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. Llmestono IJUnkrt*. Blankets of limestone hnve been in vented and nre said to bo softer and warmer than those of wool. The newest wool is made in an electric furnace heat ed so hot thnt the limestone fed Into I*. drops away like water. A chemical l! mixed with the molten stone and then the white-hot liquid passes under a fui lons air blast nml comes out on the othet side us fluffy white wool. tteafnen Cannot Bn Cared by local applications, as; they cannot roach the dfseu-ed portion of the ear. There is only onn wav to cure deafness, and that U by consti tutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed fou have a rumbling sound or imperfect hcar n<r and when it Is entirely closed deafness Is tho result, and unless tho inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucus surfaces. , _ „ We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, j cjjeNEY A OCX, Toledo, a Sold by Druggists. 7hc. Hall's Family Pills are tho best There Is no romance In a young man*! getting married nowadays; the advertise, ments tell him all about the fashions In corsets, etc. We are now at work on our Bprtng-of -IWI Catalogue. Send us your name and address and we’ll mull you a copy free. Bixty-four Illustrated pages, containing styles and prices of footwear for men, women and children men*, and boy* clothing (with sample of the goods), hats, cap* and furnishings. THE MAY SHOE A CLOTHINO CO., Denver, Colorado. A real humorist Is lain who canl keep a good joke on himself. | THE NERVES OF WOMEN | i§j| |||| «^vj o9% |||| 9m v HS| “lam so nervous and wretched.” “I feel as if I should fly.” low familiar these expressions are! Little tilings I annoy you and make you irritable. You can’t sleep, you are unfit for ordinary duties, and are subject to dizziness. That bearingdown sensation helps to make you feel miserable. You have backache and pains low down in the side, pain in top of head, later on at the base of the brain. Such a condition points unerringly to sorious uterine trouble. If you had written to Mrs. Pinkham when you first ex perienced impaired vitality, you would have been spared these hours of awful suffering. Happiness will be gone out of your life forever, my sister, unless you act promptly. Procure Lydia E. l’inliliuni’s Vegetable Compound at once. It is absolutely sure to help you. Then write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., if there is anything about your case you do not understand. You need not be afraid to tell her the things you could not explain to the doctor —your letter is seen only by women and is absolutely confidential. Mrs. Pinkham's vast experi ence with such troubles enables her to tell you just what is best for you, and she will charge you nothing for her advico. Mrs. Valentine Telia of Happy Results Accomplished by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. ■'Drar Mrs. PmrnAMlt is with pleasure that I add mj testimony to your list, hoping it may induoe others to avail thcinsvlvi-a of the benefltof your val gable remedy. Before taking I.yd in K. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound, I felt very bud. was terribly nervous and tired, had sick headachea. Hy no appetite, gnawing pain in etomaeh, pain in my y| back and right aide, and so weak I oould scarcely Upl a/ stand. I was not able to do anything. Had sharp L& . Jj pains all through my body. Before I had taken half udf a bottle of your medicine, I found myself improv ing. I continued its use until I had taken four -. t bottles, and felt eo well that I did not need to take any more. lam like a new person, and your MHlllv7lv| medicine shall always have my praise."—Mrs W. JS7u/ow«T rurmr P. VAIXRTUII, 5M Ferry Avenue, Camden. N. J. HRSWP.VALUUIgkJ) $r AAA RFWARI) ■■■■■■ II WW SSIIKS the genuinrnrsanf ihr testimonial Inters ■■■■■■ we ar « c „ lllrtanl , pu ,,i, fchinifi w , h«v« "■■■■■■■ deposited with the National City Hank. <>f I.vnn. Maa. It.ooo, mHHHHHHH which will b« paid to any pen >o who can show that the above testimonial it not genuine, or wat published before • beam ng tht w writer's apecial pernuaa*oo —Lydia K. Pimiham Mbdicimb Cw. f B 0 YSiili PATENTSHi I »■»«>'• i********* a>»^., c « : .y.iw,.iii.j APPENDICITIS ■ that dreadful fiend that threatens the life of rich and poor, can attack and kill only those whose bowels are not kept thoroughly cleaned out, purified and disinfected the year round. One whose liver is dead, whose bowels and stomach are full of half decayed food, whose whole body is unclean I inside, is a quick and ready victim 5 you want to be safe against the scourge, keep in good health all the time, KEEP CLEAN INSIDEI Use only laxative, tected EktmigASES 3 CAS t you. Take them regularly and you ~ llm will find that all diseases are absolutely PREVENTED BY . LIVER TOINIG 25c. NEVER SOLD IN BULK CURE GUARANTEED KlfcllcliAmu^vaßj'nr*"* a ■MtnwurnmvnwM. m ii im ra r . . Denver Directory. 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Denver. Colorado. B. E. BURLINGAME A CO, kSSAY OFFICE *-^o M^av SalabUahrd in Colorado.ll6*. •empire* /mattot rsptraa will ircrlvr prompt and carrfn' atMmß Mi 4 Mur BslNn or 'puScttSHfoT* Mwitrithi Ti«ts— I>ool^gai^ IfM-ITII Lawrrnaa St.. Cotan , RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold BO ' Gold and Htl?er....|Vf& Uad -W | Gold..liver.copper IJO aamplee by mall receive prompt attention. Rich Orae and II nil lon HovghL OGDEN ASSAY CO.. A iuetliMTCMMii, f llfOlOlirUgMiaat, ii- Cotnmoa fenae Meal Whim. I*o. Xnglnaa mad Hollar., ntamu Mill, and ora Cara. Ore Mnehata, Water Urt*. Wire Hope Tramways Jl«a. Chilian 111 U. Kcrrena. Cornish Holla ana Hand UtHSU. hand for our M-psgs Illustrated oaulonoe. We also handle the largest Block of aecond-hand machinery In the Weak New list printed qvery month. Pend for one. VICK 11,000 GKWUINK ■WAP*.