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V rr,C r r v.vob I have the V idency In women y nental condition - ' ty traceable to some ti .Inctly female III. Well women don't have tho blues, hut compara tively few people under stand that the right medi cine will drive them away. I LyHa,E.PInkhn'i Vegetable Compound overcomes the blues, be cause It Is the safeguard of woman's health. It rilates the, entire f(-.:"i organism as '1 ;"! Zilso ÜO3. ". z:i k. dragging eczosííosi and the backache go, the blues will go also. Read the letters from women appearing in this paper women who have tried it and know. There are a million such women. The nly Sure Cure and Instantaneous Relief lor RHEUMATISM Trade Mark SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, NEIÍVOUSNKSS, IY"PEPSIA, 'HEAD ACHE, CATARRH, CROUP. ItROX CH1TIS LAGRIPPK, MALARIA, II KART WKAKSKSí CREE PINGS nrMB ESi, etc., Buy a bottle today and have it in the house It will sae suffering and doctor's Bills. Harmlem for Children's use, Contains no opiate or other harmful ingred lei ts. 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SIC NQ-TQ.RflR "oManS enaranteei! by all drng- I nv , lU-DHil (isuio : V KK Tobacco Habit ire you looking r trouble No? "Then you had bet ' ter get ready to irrigate I your land right now. j YouVelostseveral crops - by not doing it do you '.-want to lose another?. )ur pumping plants V fully guaranteed. nd full particulars. I t W --3 FIRST STREET . fian Francisco PATEUTS WITHOUT FEE tinleaa aucceaaful i Send description and get free opinion r in r HILO B. 8TEVEs & CO., Estab. 1SG4. Div. 4, 817 Hth Street, WASHINGTON, D.C. Branch O alcen : Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit Home Things that Show Their- Superio Intelligence. There are a good many ants of differ ent varieties on the lot at my country place near Covington, and last year I began to make a systematic study of their habits. I found It a most fascln- j ating pursuit, and have resumed It with much enthusiasm during several visits this year. A little Investigation will j convince almost anybody, I think, that ; the ant approaches nearer to a man in ! point of intelligence than any of the lower animals. Some of the things I ti have seen are so marvelous that I would hesitate to speak of them if sim ilar wonders had not been fully record ed by trained scientists. Near one of my flowerbeds Is a colony of small red ants that are extremely Industrious In collecting food, and they frequently perform the most astonish ing engineering feats in transporting heavy burdens to their homes. Not long ago I watched a party of about a dozen that had found the body of a small spider, and were dragging it toward the nest. The spider had hairy legs, which struck out in every direction and caught on obstacles, greatly retarding progress. For several minutes the ants rolled away with their awkward booty, and then stopped and seemed to hold a cotnicil.'" A minute fragment of dry leaf was lying on the ground; presently they all laid hold and pulled the spider on top of it. They then seized the edges and slid it along without difficulty. On another ocasión I saw a large body of these same ants start out for a raid on another colony. They marched like an army, with scouts thrown out at the sides, and, when several feet distant from the nest, divided into two parties. One kept straight on and was soon en gaged in fierce combat with the other tribe, while the second detachment made a detour and fell upon the hill from the rear. The result was a great victory for the invaders. Anybody that feels interested in the subject, and that will put In a little time at close study, will be certain to witness exploits fully as astonishing as those I have described. Times-Democrat Austria has women miners. Milwaukee has a co-operative box factory. Women barbers are not allowed to work in Newark, N. J. The Massachusetts 58-hour weekly la bor law has been declared unconstitu tional by the courts. The International Typographical Un ion has been recognized at the Taris exposition by being awarded a gold medal or grand prize for its exhibit in the department of social economy. The Printing Pressmen and Assist ants' Union of Richmond has been granted a nine-hour work day, the same as the typographical union now enjoys. This order affects about seventy-fire or eighty men at present. At Frisco the Board of Supervisors has passed an ordinance reducing the hours that laundries may be In opera tion eaoh day, which is designed to re duce the hours of labor of the over worked employes of these concerns from fifteen to twelve hours. The announcement will be received with "unusual gratification by all Inter ested in the labor movement, that flu division which has existed In the or j.iiiiztjjranks of the painters and dec orfiMi S of America has at last been ob V4eriti?J') that the long contest Is at an 'encC" tlia'tthe feeling of bitterness is removed, and that once more there Is but one organization of the craft, and that one Is now affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, with all its allied national, local and central bodies. The United Brotherhood of Leather Workers on Horse Goods announces that no horse can consider itself a un ion animal unless it wears a collar or harness which has been made by mem bers of the organization, and which ar ticles display the union label. The horseshoers and horse-nail workers, both of which are, like the leather workers, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, call attention to their union stamp and union label re spectively, and declare that no quad ruped can consider itself strictly union unless it has been shod by union men and union nails. A decision of unusual import to work ingmen is the one recently rendered by the Supreme Court of New York, sus taining the right of members of labor organizations to strike against the em ployment of non-unionists. It has long been contended by labor leaders that what Is legal for one man is legal for two, three- or any number of men act ing in concert. From the time that all strikes were held to be contrary to law by the English judges, the definition of "conspiracy" has been narrowed by the courts in this country, notwithstanding the tendency of some lawyers to broad en the term respecting combinations of workingmen, until this decision In New York admits almost the whole contention of trade unionists. The rea son for this is doubtless the fact that the law of "conspiracy," if applied to workingmen, would be equally appli cable to business monopolists. Sturgeon Fishing Near Its End. The United States fish commission has found that the sturgeon fishing in dustry, which is now carried on prin cipally for the more profitable by-prod uct, the roe, from which caviar is made. Is drifting speedily to extinction. This industry is carried on more largely in the Delaware river and bay than any where else in the country. The price of the roe has risen from 59 to $105 a keg in the past fifieen years, and the production has dpeliue4tpm 1,948 kegs in 1897 to about it'U k$::h InjisyJ. London Vegetariana i l ánized. A federal union of 'vei. traían socle ties exists in I.oudan."' I jjiidon has a vegetarian hospital jvith twyuty beds In connection with it . , J Tied Up When the muscles feel drawn and tied up and the flesh tender, that tension is Soreness and Stiffness from cold or over exercise. It lasts but a short time after ' o o- St Jacobs Oi is applied. The cure is prompt and sure. ft AdamsSarsapanlía Pilis Chocolate coated) wv malli aV o take s tugar. CURE SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION. BILIOUS NESS, DVSPEPSIA, SALLOW COMPLEXION, PURIFY THE BLOOD. 1 0c-25c,Drugqi Jts; or mail, AdamsCo. ,S.F. .Cal. Tías) Manic Lantern. How many of us while using magic lanterns have wondered how they were first made? Indeed they are of very respectable antiquity. As early as the seventeenth century a Jesuit named Kircher constructed one. It was a very crude affair, and as he was not unwilling to excite the fears of the persons who witnessed his exhibitions he called It a "magic" lantern, and so it has always been called. There are reasons to believe that the lantern was In use even earlier than the seventeenth century and that the mysterious figures which the old as trologers produced in the smoke of their mystic fires were produced in the same way as Kircher produced his, the smoke hiding the lantern. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure. B. V. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. San Diego County Prohibitionists are trying to have the saloons abnl ished in the county districts. $24 PER WEEK. To men with rigs to introduce our poultry food among farmers. Address, witli stamp, Acme Mfg. Co., Kansas City, Mo. I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consumption has an equal for coughs and colds. John F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, Ind.. Feb. 15, 1900. HELP WANTED. WANTED Men and women of rood haraotr to represent established house en salary; splendid opportunity. Ad dress P. O. Box 587, Portland. Orejón YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AEETAKNIO When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that Is Is stmolv Iron and Out- nine in a tasteless form. No. Cure, No pay. 50c, The Gardener. The term gardener implied much more a few generations ago than il does today. Young men paid heavy premiums to get in as apprentices un der learned gardeners, and when at the end of the term they were Invested with the "blue aprou" most of them would compare favorably in general Intelligence with the graduates of our modem universities. An Explanation. "Your friend (Jroonie boasts that his wife Is college bred. What's meant by college bred, anyway?" "Mebbe it's the stuff they learn to make at cooking school." Exchange. Tho first book ever printed In Swit zerland tears the date of 1470. Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest and distress froin tortured muscles, aching joints and excited nerves. The blood has been poisoned by the accumulation oi waste matter in the system, and can no longer supply the pure and health sustain ing food they require. The whole system leeis we eaect ot this acia poison ; and not until the blood has been tmrified and brought back to a healthy condition will me aches and pains cease. Mrs. Tames Kell. of 707 Ninth street. N. E. Washington, D. C, writes as follows: "A few montns ago 1 bad an attacit oi Sciatic Rheuma tism in its worst lortn. 1 ne pain was so intense that I became completely pros trated. The attack was an unusually severe one, and tny condition was regard ed as being very danger ous. I was attended by one of the most able doc tors in Washington, who is also a member of the fac ulty of a leading medical college here. He told me to continue his nreseri ra tions and I would get well. After having it filleo twelve times without receiving the slightest benefit, 1 declined to continue his treatment ani luugci. naviiiuiicaiuui 9. a d.3wii aoia:ini: recommended for Rheumatism. I decided, almos! In despair however, to give the medicine a trial, and after I had taken a few bottles I was able tc hobble around on crutches, and very soon there after had no use for them at all, S. S. S. having cured me sound and well. All the distressing pains have left me, my appetite has returned, and 1 am happy to be again restored to perfect health. the great vegetable purifier and tonic, the ideal remedy in al rheumatic troubles There are no opiates of minerals in it to disturb the digestion and lead to ruinous habits, We have prepared a special book on Rheumatism which every sufferer from this painful disease should read. It is the most complete and interesting book of the kind in existence. It will be sent free to any one desiring it. Write our physi cians fully and freely about your case. We make no charge for medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. CUTLER'S ltrÜ Pocket Inhaler " GTuo"c"unr."dCATARRHA" V"IIut V7. H. SMITH & CO.. Buffalo, H. Y. Proi's. rilLUC UiULDl' All LICE All ft UUI1I.U IT , ll-Ill niL Vb-va- 1 r-fcw. in time com pt aniKKicin. m m Georgia Spectator a muu uiw iu . Long-Lost Brother. During the Macon (Ga.) street fail one of the attractions was a wild man who ate raw meat and was bound in chains. The wild man has been at his business so long that he understands It quitd thoroughly, and now he thinks he ought to have better wages. To the public he never says a word, but he talked some good plain English to his employers-the other day. He intimated that he would form a wild man's union If necessary to get higher wages. His employers undertook to tell him who he was and to remind him that he was in their pow er, but he swore in all the oaths pe culiar to the wild man's vernacular, de claring that he would quit being wild and become civilized before he would continue to eat raw meat and wallow around at the end of steel chains in a hot pit for $1.50 a day. It was finally agreed that he could have $2 a day, and he went back down into the pit and is now wilder than ever. This particular wild man has a broth er who has for some time been wander ing about in civilization, and a roman tic meeting occurred between the two. They didn't fall on each other's necks and weep. The civilized brother paid his dime to see the wild man, not dreaming that he was to see his own long-lost brother. After gazing into the pit for a few minutes, his eyes resting on the raw meat and huge steel chains rather than on the creature so securelj bound, he looked at the well-advertised wild man. He started as if about to scream. Then he caught the wild man's eyes, and they recognized each other. They both broke out in a big ha ! ha I the wild man laughing just like his civil ized brother. The management did not allow the two to get together, but hurriedly eject ed the civilized brother. As the wild man had'just received a raise of 50 cents a day, he was satisfied to let his brother continue to wander in thei walks of civilization. The new book by Henry James, "The Soft Side," Is not a novel, as has been reported, but a collection of the au thor's typically longer short stories. Gilbert Parker has lately completed the first novel he has written in more than two years. It Is called "The Lane That Has No Turning" and, like so much of his work, It deals with life in Quebec. Robert Barrett Browning, it Is re ported. Is engaged in carrying cut a long-cherished ambition of his father's that of restoring to Asolo the silk mills that Browning made memorable In "Pippa Passes." Mrs. Wharton's new novel, upon which she Is now at work, will bear the title of "The Valley of Decision." It will portray the general spectacu lar pageantry of life in northern Italy in the eighteenth century. Literary Paris is much agitated by the problem of deciding whether the copy of "L Ami du Peuple," stained with; the blood of Marat, now exhibited in' the exhibition, Is really genuine. A Parisian paper discussed the question a short time ago and has elicited the statement that there are in existence at least eight "genuine" copies similar ly stained, to say nothing of one or two books. The announcement that Joel Chand ler Harris has retired from newspaper work In order to devote his whole time to story-making gives a special inter est to his new book. "On the Wing of Occasions." The stories (one a nov elette of 30,000 words on "The Kid napping of President Lincoln") all deal with "unwritten history" of civil war times, without any actual fighting, but introducing many details of the elab orate secret service. The volume is perhaps chiefly notable In adding an other irresistible character to those im perishable figures like Uncle Remus and Aunt Minervy Ann, which Mr. Harris has already given us. Billy Sanders, the old Georgia countryman who goes to kidnap the President, has a supply of funny stories which rivals Lincoln's own and his shrewd, homely humor is most characteristic. Queer Kinds of Bread. The Mexicans make bread of the eggs of three kinds of insects. For this pur pose the natives cultivate in the lagune of Chalco a sort of carex, on which the insects readily deposit their eggs. The eggs, after being separated from the bundles of floating carex, are then cleaned and sifted, put into sacks like flour, and sold to the people for making a kind of cake or bread, called "hautle," which forms a tolerably good food, but has a fishy taste, and is slightly acid. Bread has been made from wood and sawdust. In Kamchatka pine or birch bark, well macerated, pounded, and baked, frequently constitutes the na tive bread. The Icelander scrapes the Iceland moss off the rocks and grinds it into fine flour, which serves both for bread and puddings. In Africa pow dered dry locusts are mixed with flour for bread, and during the Indian famint small stones are said to have been ground and mixed with meal for bread. On the western shores of England a cer tain kind of seaweed (phorphyra lacin lata) Is gathered, washed, boiled and then baked with oatmeal flour for bread. Clock of Three Graue.i. Count Isaac de Camondo Is the owner of a white marble clock, which is said to be worth $50,000. It is called the clock of the "Three Graces." The graces are connected by festoons of flowers, surrounding a broken fluted pillar, which serves "as the base of a two-han- dled vase decorated with festoons of oak leaves. This ' vase contains the works of the clock, to the dial of which one of the nymphs is pointing with her finger. The count will bequeath the clock to the Louvre. Kansas City Journal. Digestion May not be all that is meant by dys pepsia now, but it will be if neglected. The uneasiness after eating, fits of : nf-rv.-us headache, sourness of the j s.omaoh, and disagreeable belching i may not be very bad now, but they will be if the stomach U suffered to grow j wt aker. Dyspepsia is such a miserable disease that the tendency to it should be given early attention. This is completely ; overcome by j Hood's Sarsaparilla which strengthens the whole digestive ! system. 1 Efronomlxlng Fuel. There are many good housekeepers who are indifferent in the matter ol saving small coal and cinders. Unseen waste goes on in most houses in this re spect. If housekeepers would make it a point to see that all cinders and ashes are thoroughly sifted daily, they would be surprised at the Tuel they would sav. After the cinders have been removed cold water should be poured over them. This causes them to make much better fuel when mixed with coals. Better and safer fires can be kept up In bed rooms than with coal alone, safer be cause with cinders there is no danger of sparks flying nbo.ut. The best kitchen fire is made by put ting coal in front, banking up cinders behind and thr-n leaving the fire alone. To be constantly stirring a -fire takes all the life out of the coals and also "starts" the dust St Louis Post-Dispatch. for the Whole Family. j A safe, sure, pure, perfect medicine I for all the family Cascareis Candy Cathartic, brings health, preserve health in the household. Druggists, 10c, 2,rc, 50c. A COMPLIMENT. (Miss Anne Teek:) I consider my mother quite a remarkable woman. (Miss Pepprey:) Oh, Is your mother living? (Miss Anne Teek:) Certainly. (Miss Pepprey:) Ah, she must be a remarkably old lady. Carter's Ink is used by millions, which is a sure proof of its quality. Send for free booklet, ,-Inkling." Address farter's Ink Co., Boston, Mass. ALWAYS ON TAP. "Oysters are now in season, aren't they, Mr. Biff?" "About now, I think. Miss Flint. There is some doubt about it. you know, but there is never any donbt about ice cream soda. Will you in dulge in a glass?" What is the differenc e between a person suffering from heat prostrat ion and Allen's Foot-Ease? One feels the heat and the other heals the feet. Life. The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's taste less Chil Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price 5oc A mushroom weighing eight pounds six ounces, and forty-two inches in circumference, was found near Placer ville recently. Mothers will find Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during the teething period. State of Ohio, City or Toledo, j Lucas County. ( ss' Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ol Hall's Catarrh Ccre. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this tith day of December, A. D. 1886. S- ) A. W. GLEASON, SEAL Ketary Public Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucons sur faces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. George Moye of Modesto has this year sold six tons of olives from - "r. acre tract, receiving $40 and $30 a ton. The olives were raised without ir-iga-tion. Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a cold Inone day. No cure. No pay. Price 25 cents. FIGURES AND EYES. jfn Indication ol Advancing; Acre That Adnata of No Compromise. "As we grow older," remarked the man who was doing that at the rate of a week every seven days, "we begin to observe that we seem to need more light when we read or that the print of the newspaper that we have been reading with ease for ever so many years is not quite as good as it used to be, or (that we can distinguish the let tars a iittl" better if we hold them far ther away than usual, but we are very slow indeed to observe that the real cause of it is that we are growing old. and we rather resent the suggestion of touie kindly friend that we need Classes. "We resent glasses especially be- rause they are tho visible sign of our weakness, and all the world may know by them what we fondly think they have not yet disco vered to wit, that our eyesight is failing. I am that way myself, or was, and I stood the glasses off as long as I could, and really I could get along very well reading al most any type. Of course, I could uot make out every letter, but I could get enough to complete the word, and of tentimes I could supply whole words that were indistinct by the sense of what I was reading. "P.ut it was the figures that got me down at last. Ah, those figures! There is no context there, and when I saw dates or numerals of any kind the blur of the years shut out all their outlines, and to save me I could not .tell what was before me. I made mistakes so often in reading aloud to my wife that she would laugh nt me, though she never caught ine on the letters, not withstanding many was the time I guessed at about half I was reading. But figures would not stand any fool ing like that, and at last I acknowl edged that It wasn't the type or the paper or the light or anything of that sort ,rid Suit myself a pair of glasses. Noy I can telj a figure as well as a let ter.f gnd ..I. 4's('over they are printed quite' as'iilWtily as ever, though I was sure they: were blurred before." New ytiiirStmi) inr Appearance. This story is told In Denver of a man who was once a leading merchant there. In the early days of the city he walked Its streets, out of work and money. He was poorly clad, but neat and clean. He sought employment from a prosperous grocer and said he was willing to do anything. The mer chant at length sent him Into his cel lar to clean out a room so foully dirty that many a common laborer had re fused to enter it, When the young man appeared in the evening, he was as neat in his appearance as he had been in tVe morning. Of course the merchant thought he had done little or nothing. But when he saw the cellar, clean and fresh, he said to the young man: "You've not only shown that you are willing to work, but also that you have some respect for yourself. I guess I'll give ycu a job." This youug man. who In a few years became the head of the selfsame busi ness, realized the important fact that the worker is often scrutinized as close ly as his work. It is a man's duty toward his fellow man to dress as well as he can afford to. Nowhere iu nature does the poorly dressed man find any excuse for his lack. Even the lowest forms of animal and plant life are clothed In pleasing colors. Reptiles crawl In richly mottled skins; beasts of burden and birds of prey are clad in fur and gay plumage. Trees blossom in wonderful foliage, aud that most plebeian of vegetables, the onloq, revels below the ground in colors that artists seek to imitate and above ground In a leafage and bloom odd and beautiful. Everywhere in nature beauty Is com bined with use. It remains for man, the highest and noblest specimen of the Creator's handiwork, to be the daub In the color scheme of the universe. Weekly Bouquet. The BlRness of the Ocean. Some people gratefully reflect that we owe the clouds and the tides and the winds to the "Mother and Maker of men," but these are less numerous than the folks who "would like to know" what we should do for soles and cod and mackerel if there were no jcean. Yet think only how big it is! If you divide the whole globe's area into 11 parts, the sea covers eight of those, with an average depth of 2,000 iathoms. Try to Imagine 12,000 feet of Holid. perpendicular sea water lying upon eight-elevenths of the entire nlanet! A patient mathematician has been at the pains to Inform us that this bulk of brine would weigh one and a half million million millions of tons. For Ihe most part this vast body of water thus set down iu figures as 1,500,000, DOO.000.000,000 tons is of the same composition everywhere, and as every body knows, carries great quantities of scean salt But that same salt Is itself singularly complex. Not only are there In it chlorides and sulphates of sodium, potash, magnesium and lime, which are familiar to many, but it contains also silica, boron, bromide, Iodine, flu oric acid aud the oxides of nickel, co balt, manganese, zinc, silver, lead, cop per, aluminium, barium and stron tium. Arsenic and gold are also found In it, along with those rare metals lithi um, rubidium and ccesium. London Telegraph. The Prince and the Captain. The admiral commanding the British Mediterranean squadron some 20 years ago. writes a correspondent, gave a dinner to the captains of the fleet at Malta. By C:45 most of the captains had reached the flagship, been received on the deck by the admiral and usher ed below. Next the Duke of Edin burgh arrived. The admiral received him, and, keeping him in conversation, eontinued to pace the deck. All subse quent arrivals were duly ushered be low to the saloon, but still the admiral kept the duke on deck. At last it oc curred to the duke that the dinner hour bad been passed, and he ventured to Inquire If his host was waiting for anybody. "Yes," replied the admiral, "I am waiting for the captain of the ." Instantly the duke took the hint, call ed for a boat and made posthaste for his own ship. He alone among the captains of the fleet had turned up In mufti, forgetting or not knowing, that the dinner was official. On his return to the flagship in the quickest time on record and in full uniform the gallant but Inflexible admiral was still pacing the deck, and deprecating his royal highness' profuse apologies conducted him to dinner. I believe, concludes mj correspondent, the admiral was Sir Michael Culme Seymour. M. A. P. h i i - v-ks. il i i t i fi n r-n Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought lias borne the signa ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over ÍÍO years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-g'ood " are hut Experiments, and endanger the health of Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, ParA goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorma and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatio and Flatulency. 'It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and IJowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea. The Mother's Friend. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the In Use For TMK CENTAUR COMPANY. TT E235Z I una I ) j amaj HUt IPP J SIX . ' s0j7JL j COLDS AíGRIPPÜ COüCHSllWilCROüP SORE-MI WI1HOARS0 THROAIraMlM NESS Says Besides be lag m good tonic Peruoa is att ef fective curé tor catarrh, i recommend your remedy, Peruoa." psviy- The Acconnt. 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