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Os National Reputation are the Men Who Recommend Peruna to Fellow Sufferers. A Remarkable Case Reported From the State Os New York. CONGRESSMAN HOWARD OF ALABAMA. House of Representatives, ) Washington, Feb. 4, 1899. ( lie Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen—“ I have taken Peruna mow for two weeks, and find I am very much relieved. 1 feel that my cure •will be permanent. 1 have also taken it for la grippe, and I take pleasure in recommending Peruna as an excelleut remedy to all fellow sufferers.”— M. W. Howard. Congressman Howard’s home ad dress is Fort Payne, Ala. MOST people think that catarrh is a disease confined to the head and nose. Nothing is farther from the truth. It nay be that the nose and throat is the oft ene9t affected by catarrh, but if thi&is so it is so only because these parts are more ex posed to the vicissitudes of the climate than the other parts of the body. Every organ, every duct, every cavity of the human body is liable to catarrh. A mul titude of ailments depend on catarrh. This is true winter and summer. Catarrh causes many cases of chronic disease, where the victim has not the slightest suspicion that catarrh has anything to do with it. The following letter which gives the ex perience of Mr. A. C. Lockhart is a ease in point: r Mr. A. C. Lockhart, West Henrietta, N. Y., Box 58, in a letter written to Dr. Hart man says the following of Peruna: “About fifteen years ago I commenced to be ailing, and consulted a physician. He pronounced my trouble a species of dys pepsia, and advised me, after he had treat ed me about six months, to get a leave of ab Fansas City’s Pride. /7 l OOT tBLJfm ff h orm HL IQffSf SHOE They are Superior In Style, SjfaiSpte^,■ 1 Workmanship and Wear. ./fISSSJ*-—^ V Every pair fits perfectly and \ I* comfortable and E«*y. Ask Yonr POOT O&SfiC© -3^ Dealer for I ORM vEKJEvg Ni I .file JO ELEGtANOB IMblp If I Isthe Manifest B giopa r oyng- S=S# \ Feature es the LUUiL£ @tltj£ B / a(sies recognize and accept it as a guarantee of C’OKRIECT STYLE, Superior y 'W Leather and the Very Highest Grade of Workmanship. One price, y - S 3. *SO. No more, no less. If your dealer does not carry then in stock, send 52.65 press. Address, ELLET BROS. SHOE CG., M \SL^A£“ s ’ -OS% Dr. Bull’s CoHgh Sy rap Jql Cures Hacking Coughs, Sore Lungs, Grippe, Pneumonia Jew and Bronchitis in a few days. Why then risk Consumption? ll Get Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup. Don’t be imposed upon. Be- fuse the dealer’s substitute. It is not as good as Dr. Bull’s. Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism and all Pain. Price. IS and 25 cents. &Ti «3/SE» ■illillii • ISIL&m OR. YE,LIL©W • Will Keep You Bbsy GagnrKiDKiis ItLsi^oyL Take No Sustitute. Free Catalogue, SmowincFull Line of Garments and Hats. A. J.TOWER Co. Boston. Mass. READERS OF THIS PAPER DESIRING TO BUY ANYTHING ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT THEY ASK FOR. REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS. tNo SmoboJlouso. Smoko rceat with KRAUSERS’ LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE. Made from hickory wood. Gives delicious flavor Cheaper, cleaner than old way. Send for cirl colar. E. liranser & Bro., Milton, Pa. OK?(HI V NKW WSCOVEBY; gives law' 14 w 1 quick relief and cures worst cases. Hook of testimonials and 10 treatment Yree Dr. H. 11. QUEEN’S SONS, liox D. Atlanta. Ga. Ppg Best Gough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use Kg sence from my business and go into the coun try. I did so and got temporary relief. I went back to work again, but was taken with very distressing painsin my stomach. “I seldom had a passage of the bowels naturally. I consulted another physician with no better results. The disease kept growing on me, until I had exhausted the ability of sixteen of Rochester’s best phy sicians. The last physician advised me to give up my work and go south, after he had treated me for one year. “1 was given a thorough examination with the X-ray. They could not even determine what my trouble was. Some of your testi monials in the Rochester papers seemed to me worthy of consideration, and I made up my mind to try a bottle of Peruna. Before the bottle was half gone I noticed a change for the better. lam now on the fifth bottle, and have not an ache or pain anywhere. My bowels move regularly every day, and I have taken on eighteen pounds of flesh. I have recommended Peruna to a great many, and they recommend it very highly. I have told several people that if they would take a bot tle of Peruna, and could then candidly say that it had not benefited them, I would pay for the medicine.” —A. C. Lockhart. Mr. W. P. Peterson, of Morris, 111., says-: “I was nearly dead with catarrhal dys pepsia and am now a well man, better/in fact, than I have been for twenty years or more. “Since I got cured by your Peruna I have been consulted by a great many people.” If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state ment of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of Th< Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Had a Variety. “What is your husband’s favorite fiction?” •sked the inquisitive person. “I can hardly say at a moment’s notice,” said the patient wife, “whether he prefers the sick friend story or the detained at the office on business narrative.”—lndianapolis Press. Grand Excursion to the Beaumont Oil Fields and Surrounding Territory, $15.00 for the Hound Trip. On Feb. 19th, 1901, the Kansas City Southern Ry., known as the Port Arthur Route, will make the very low rate of $15.00 for the round trip from stations on their line in Kansas and Missouri to Beaumont, Lake Charles, Port Arthur, Houston, Gal veston and San Antonio, in order to meet the constant demand of investors and ex cursionists attracted by the wonderful oil gusher to Beaumont and surrounding ter ritory. It is the intention of this Company to make of this excursion the banner excursion of the year, both in point of number of ex cursionists and attention given to secure the comfort of each one attending. Tickets will be limited to March 12tb, 1901, thus af fording an elegant opportunity to visit the wonderful Southland and investigate its world famed resources. Any inquiry rela tive to excursion will be cheerfully attended to, and we invite such inquiries. S. G. Warner, G. P. & T. A., Kansas City, Mo.; J. H. Morris, 11. D. Dutton, Trav. Pass. Agts., Kansas City, Mo. It spoils a favor if you are asked to return it.—Chicago Daily News. Husband —“What makes you stand all this nonsense and impudence from the cook?” Wife—“ She does.”—Philadelphia Record. To Cure a Cold in One Hay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggist s refund money if it fails to cure. 25e. A conceited man cannot possibly give anybody else any credit for haviug any sense. —Washington (la.) Democrat. ’lis a kind of deed to say well, and yet words are no deeds.—Shakespeare. GROSS DECEPTION. Troth Re*nr<linK the True Slot* of Affairs in the Philippine*! Now Coming Out. One cannot help wondering' whether we are to have a great popular reaction In this country on the Philippine issue. After long - delaj', the truth concern ing the condition of affairs in the Phil ippine archipelago is gradually com ing to the knowledge of the American people; and, to the surprise of a large number, they find this truth to be wide ly at variance with the statements made by those who have been officially responsible for our Philippine policy. In view of this now ascertained con dition, what confidence, we ask again, can the American people place in the utterances of those who have sought, in an apparently willful manner, to thus deceive them? How far can human credulity go? How much better are we than the be nighted people of Spain, who a few years ago were kept lulled in a state of blind contentment by the official re ports which the government at Madrid had given out of the battles that had been fought with the Cuban guerrillas, and the immense victories that the Spanish troops had won? At that time those Americans w r ho commented upon the subject could not find words strong enough to describe the crass stupidity of the Spanish people who could be thus deceived and misled by their gov ernment. But it may be pertinent to ask, in what respect the condition of the American people has differed dur ing the last tw r o years, in reference to the subject we have referred to, from the condition of the Spanish people four or five years ago respecting the Cuban insurrection? An autocratio government may feel that it Is justified in keeping its people in ignorance; but in what way is it possible to have a gov ernment of the people, by t/he people and for the people carried on while they are grossly deceived concerning important public matters, it is beyond our imagination to understand.—Bos ton Herald (Ind.). IMPERIALISM HERE NOW. Hale by Military Force Is Already a Fact in This “Free’ Country. Senator Teller is right in saying that imperialism is not a fear, but a realization; not a thing to be warded off, but a thing to be abandoned. In his recent speech in the senate he administered a well-deserved re buke to those who prate about par tial liberty and conditional self-gov ernment. He said: "I have not agreed with everybody who has been in fear of imperialism. I said two years ago last month in the senate that there would not be any imperialism there, for the American people would not allow it. Since then I have seen in those islands an imperial government that has had no equal on the face of the earth, an imperial gov ernment that has not a counterpart an*-- where under the heavens, an imperial gov* ernment with five men, and five men only, strangers to the language, strangers to the country, unacquainted with the interests of the people, sitting there and administer ing government, taking the money of tho people and appropriating it without their consent, ignoring the people entirely. “Mr. President, the czar of Russia is an absolute czar. He has a council of 60 men who sit with him and consider public af fairs, but the 60 men are Russians. They are people of that country. They have their sympathies and their ambitions for Russia. “These men in the Philippine islands are strangers. Under the military law they have a right there undoubtedly, but under God’s law, which is higher than that, they have no place there at all. “And so I take back what I said two years ago. Imperialism has come; it is there in its worst form, and what I want to know, like the senator from Maryland (Mr. Wel lington), is, what are you going to do now? Are you going to keep up this imperialistic government? Are you going to continue to govern 12,000,000 people contrary to their wish, without a voice, without being heard, when your chief actor over there, Gen. MacArthur, tells you that the people ar-d a unit against this administration, when every Filipino in Europe to-day, and there are thousands of them, is against our gov ernment over there?” —The Commoner. PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. are taking the oath of allegiance as the administration organs sat r , that army of 100,000 to be sent over there will hat e nothing to do but loaf and draw ra tions. —Kansas City Times. the power to talk the subsidy bill to death. It would be good party politics for them to do it, for both sides are clearly on record, and no good would come of entailing upon the country the effects of so pernicious a measure.— Indianapolis News (Ind.). Mr. McKinley is said to desire td ditional authority to d.eal with the Philippines. Since he has already gone beyond the limits of the constitution in dealing with these people, we fail to understand why he wants congress to give him any more authority. Oiice outside the constitution, there is noth ing to check him.—Chattanooga News. The troubles gathering about Mark Hanna and his subsidy bill are increasing with the “process of the suns.” Nearly every new senator who has been elected will be against the subsidy bill if it goes over to the extra session. The new ones who have come In the senate this session in the place of those removed by death or to fill va cancies are not in favor of Hanna’s looting scheme. —Duluth Herald. A LITTLE VARIETY. The ancient Mexicans had a year of 18 months, of 20 days each. The postal revenue of the world is £ 70,000,000, of which Great Britain's share is one-sixtli. A rubber-tree four feet in diameter yields 20 gallons of sap, making 40 pounds of dry india rubber. For every 2S gallons of refined paraffin burnt 100 gallons of crude oil have been pumped from an average depth of 500 feet. Alfred C. Harmsworth, the London publisher, owns no less than 11 horse less carriages, eight being driven by gasoline motors, two by steam and one by electricity. SHIPS THAT SAIL THE SEAS. Britain adds 600,000 tons a year of new ships to her commercial marine. One hundred and ninety-four ship.; are annually burnt at sea; 183 are sunk by collision. The anchors of a vessel of 2.000 tons weigh 18 tons, and she carries 300 fath oms of cable. NATION TO OWN ALL WIRES. Cnnadlnn Government Will Urge Par chase to British Parlia ment. The dominion government will pro pose to parliament on an early date the purchase of the Canadian Pacific rail way telegraph lines, also the lines of the Great Northwestern Telegraph company, and operate the whole as a part of the post office work just as is done in Britain. The purchase money is calculated to reach $25,000,000 or over, but as the two concerns duplicate in almost all centers of the dominion the government can count on reducing working expenses by almost one-half. The legislation will provide for one of the chief officers of the British govern ment service acting as arbitrator in case of differences as to prices. Under any circumstances the shareholders will be amply protected. The chief in ducement for the proposal is to secure In British and colonial governments a line around the world, and the scheme will be greatly favored in Britain. STARTS CLUB FOR YOUNG MEN Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt Seeks to Coun teract Saloon at Her Summer Home at Hyde Park. Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt, whose summer home is at Hyde Park, Dutchess coun ty, has from time to time provided amusement of various kinds for the vil lage people, of whom there are in Hy de Park about 1.200. Her latest con tribution to the happiness of the village is a club-room to which the young men will be invited to go evenings instead of to the sa loons and other places. Mrs. Vander bilt has just rented a medium-sized hall formerly used as a photograph gallery, and is having it fitted up as a clubroom. where there will be a billiard and pool table, checkers and cards. Mrs. Van derbilt will not make the club entirely free, as she believes that a small fee is a good thing. The members of the club will be asked to pay five cents a week, the money to be used in paying the jan itor, but more to give the members a personal interest in the club. Feared a Knaslan Plot. A correspondent writes from Buchar est that Russia has offered Roumania a loan of $80,000,000 to tide her over her financial crisis. The offer was refused by Roumania because the loan was coupled with conditions which would have undermined her independence. The affair has caused a great sensation in diplomatic quarters. Cheap Money in China. Two years after China invented bank notes the currency' became so inflated that a SIOO note would only buy a pound of rice. Lots of men fizzle out because they think they are such great “business” men.—Wash ington (la.) Democrat. New Boarder—“ Can I get my meals on time?” Landlady—“No, you will have to pay in advance.”—Harlem Life. The manner in which you are being “worked,” probably excites the contempt of your acquaintances.—Atchison Globe. Most of the hard luck in this world is due to getting a streak of goon luck and then sitting down to wait for more.—Town Top ics. Wealth doesn’t bring genuine happiness except, of course, when it falls to a man whose wife simply won’t be snubbed.—De troit Journal. It is to the credit of babies that they won’t show off in the presence of company, and lamentable that the same cannot be said of grown people.—Atchison Globe. Football Note.—Bill Kikhard “Wot’s the matter with the referee? Has he lorst ’is ’ead?” Jem Crushem—“Oh, no! Only an ear, a few teeth and some hair.”--Glas gow Evening Times. You can fool some of the people all of the time; and by being real busy for three months before election you can kiss the babies of enough more to make up a good working majority.—Ruck. Mr. Newpop—“You haven’t seen our baby yet. He’s only three months old, but I te;l you he’s bright.” Jack Bacheller—'“That so? Can he —er —sit up on his hind legs'and beg?” —Philadelphia Press. It was during the natural history hour. “Give me,” asked the teacher, “an example of the alleged deceitful character of the cat.” “In restaurant it is sometimes said to pass itself off for a rabbit,” answered the head boy.—Philadelphia Times. For the Family All ages hall with delight the coming of the most wonderful, meritorious preparation that will lighten the ills of humanity and will do away with the taking of obnoxious, violent purges, inconvenient liquids, and pills that tear your life out. Simply because in CASCARETS Candy Cathartic you will find just v/hat you want, convenient in form, pleasant of taste (just like candy) and of never-failing remedial action. They have found a place in millions of homes, and are the favorite medicine of the whole family, from baby to good old grandpa. Don! be fooled \A/itH substitutes for CASCARETS! Dg “ I take pleasure yoar v.-iln- shri* BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER. druggists GLARAXTEED TO CURE all bowel troubles, appendicitis, biliousness, bad breath, bad blood, wind on the stomach, bloated bowels, foul mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples, pains after eating, liver trouble, sallow com plexion and dizziness. When your bowels don’t move regularly yon are setting sick. Constipation kills more people than all other diseases together. t Is a otarter lor the chronic ailments and long years of suffering that come afterwards. Xo matter what ails you, start taking f ASCARET>i today, for you will never get well and be well all the time until you put your bowels right. Take our advice; start with CASCARETS today, under an absolute guarantee to cure or money refunded. p s-fti *s*s*r\*Ta in?. 2X?ra ;?'ajr^^nar«p^!rairaire0 p Still More Counterfeiting, The Secret Service has unearthed an other band of counterfeiters, and secured a large quantity of bogus bills, which are 30 cleverly executed that the average person would never suspect them of being spuri ous. Things of great value are always se lected for imitation, notably Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, which has many imitators, but few equals for disorders like indiges tion, dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and general debility. Always go to reliable druggists who have the reputation of giving what you ask for. Sure Signs of Age. The writer of “Feminine News and Views” gives these sure signs of old age in woman: 1. When letters to girl friends are mostly addressed “Mrs.” 2. When she be gins to care a great deal about the supper at an entertainment. 3. When she feels a sud den interest in church and charity work. 4. When she is attractive to very young men. 5. When she realizes the folly of dressing in sober colors. 6. When she compares the new way of wearing the hair with that when she first put hers up. 7. When—most fatal of all—the gravity of youth gradually gives way to incipient kittenishness. SIOO Reward SIOO. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure iD all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall’s Family Pills are the best. Just to Remind Her. It was' not one of those lovers’ quarrels which are got for the sake of enjoying the sweets of “making it up aga'n,” but a real, genuine affair in which noth parties f*!t thoroughly aggrieved They parted in an ger, and next day the lady wrote him the fol lowing note: “Herewith 1 return all your presents, with the exception of the diamond ring, which I shall keep to remind me of your meanness and horrid conduct alto gether!”—Til-Bits. There Is a Class of People Who are injured by the use of coffee. Re cently there has been placed in all the gro cery stores a new preparation called GRAIN-0, made of pure grains, that takes the place of coffee. The most delicate stom ach receives it without distress, and but few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over i as much. Children may drink it with great benefit. 15 cts. and 25 cts. per pack age. Try it. Ask for GRAIN-0. Avoiding the Rush. Politician —Tell me the best way to get out of politics. Friend —Turn prohibitionist. “Oh, that’s too sudden; I want to get out gradually.”—The Smart Set. Six Million a Year. Did you ever stop to consider what a mil lion means? Multiply this six times and it shows you how popular Cascarets are and what great merit they possess. For, last year over six million boxes of this wonder ful medicine for liver and bowels were sold in this country alone. The American people know a good thing. The sales of Cascarets prove it. The medicine is the best for the bowels, the price right, 10c, 25c and 50c a box, and a 50c box is a whole month’s treat ment for the worst kind of a case. It is a pleasure to advertise a medicine like this uo well as to endorse the makers and ask readers to buy it. Good Credentials. “Yes, it is terrible,” moaned the Weep ing Mother. “It is terrible to think of our little son in the hands of the kidnapers.” “But,” said the Sympathizing Friend, “think of the social presitige it gives-you.”— Baltimore American. Career and Character of Abraham Lincoln. An address by Joseph Choate, Ambas sador to Great Britain, on the career and character of Abranatn 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 Railway and may be had by sending six (6) cents in postage to F. A. Miller, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. Not That.—Dr. Kure —“I fear, sir, that you have been living too high.” Jaundice— r ‘lt can’t be that, dcctor; you know we’ve moved out of that eight-story flat.” —Ohio State Journal. The Rest Prescription for Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. Noeure—no pay. Price, soc. If you want to make a liar mad ask him to do some lying for you.—Atchison Globe. Piso’s Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough cure.—J. W. O’Brien, 322 Third Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan. 6,1900. Prudence is the knowledge of things to be fought and to be avoided. —Cicero. | THE NERVES OF WOMEN \ “lam so nervous and wretched.” “I feel as if I should 9 [ fly.” How familiar these expressions are! Little things 1 | annoy you and make you irritable. You can’t sleep, you are I j unfit for ordinary duties, and are subject to dizziness. ; j That bearing-down sensation helps to make you feel I You have backache and pains low down in the side, pain I in top of head, later on at the base of the brain. I I Such a condition points unerringly to serious uterine | If you had written to Mrs. Pinkham when you first ex- I 8 perienced impaired vitality, you would have been spared | | these hours of awful suffering. | Happiness will be gone out of your life forever, my sister, | I unless you act promptly. Procure Lydia E. Pinkham’s 3 1 Vegetable Compound at once. It is absolutely sure to | I help you. Then write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., if I | there is anything about your case you do not understand. ■ You need not be afraid to tell her the things you could I 1 not explain to the doctor—your letter is seen only by women I I and is absolutely confidential. Mrs. Pinkham’s vast experi- | I ence with such troubles enables her to tell you just what is 8 8 best for you, and she will charge you nothing for her advice. Mr s. Valentine Tells of Happy Results Accomplished by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. ** Dear Mrs. Pinkham :—lt is with pleasure that r 1 " . ■■■ ■ ,|r^ | I add my testimony to your list, hoping it may induce . | others to avail themselves of the benefit of your val | uable remedy. Before taking Lyclia E. Pink- dlf I ham’s Vegetable Compound, I felt very bad, €s laiHa 1 was terribly nervous and tired, had sick headaches, | no appetite, gnawing pain in stomach, pain in my frj 1 back and right side, and so weak I could scarcely y/ | stand. I was not able to do anything. Had sharp t if I pains all through my body. Before I had taken half lik* 2 * V/ | a bottle of your medicine, I found myself iinprov- I ing. I continued its use until I had taken four j*^ I bottles, and felt so well that I did not need to 8 take any more. lam like a new person, and your j j yj j\y | medicine shall always have mv praise.”—Mrs. W. waTcm-timet 1 H P. Valentine, 566 Ferry Ave'nue, Camden, N. J. 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