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f VMV k D o w. I cseo about every known remedy that la said to be good (or kidney com plaint, but without deriving perma nent relief. Often when alone in the bouse the backache has been so bad that it brought tears to my eyes. The pain at times was so intense that i was compelled to give up my house hold duties and lie down. There were headaches, dizziness and blood rush ing to my head to cause bleeding at the nose. The first box of Doan's Kidney Pills benefited me so much that I continued the treatment. The stinging pain in the small of my back, the rushes of blood to the head, and other symptoms disappeared.” Doan’s Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. 60 cents per box. Foster lUlburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Tammany and Princeton. "Was Seth Low ever president of Tale, pa?” "No, of Columbia. What made you think that it was Yale?” "Probably because Mr. Low and Yale have so much in common.” "What do you mean.?” "Both beaten by a tiger.”—New York Times. How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward tor any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hail'* Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known F. 3. Cheney for the last 15 yearn, and believe him perfectly hon orable In all business tram-action* and financially able to carry out any obturation* made hy hi* firm. Walpiko, Kinnam <v Mabvin, Wholesale Drngglsta, Toledo, o. Hall’* Catarrh Cure I* taken Internally, actinic directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the •yatcm. Testimonials sent free, l'rlco T 3 cent* per Dottle. Sold hr all Dnntidats. Take Hall’* Fam'lv l’llls for constipation. Estimated. "Papa, what’s the difference between tbe upper ten and the four hundred?” "Oh, about $68,000.000.” —Life. Teoslnte and DlUlon Dollar Grata. The two greatest fodder plants on earth, one good for 14 tons hay and the other 80 tons green fodder per acre. Grows everywhere, so does Victoria Rape, yielding 60,000 lbs. sheep and •wine food per acre. JVST BEND 10c IN STAMPS TO TUB John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wls., and receive in return their big catalog and lots of farm seed samples. tW. N. U.l For Instance. "Yes, my boy,” said the aged ad viser, “the thing for you to do is to get out and hustle. There is always plenty of room at the top, you know.” "Plenty of room at the top? But where? What business shall I adopt?” “Well, for instance, go into the hair tonic trade.”—Judge. A Great Cure. The Doctor —Yes, I understand what alls you. You can’t sleep. Take this prescription to the druggist. Next day —Good morning; you look better to day. Have you slept well? Peterson—Like a top. I feel like a new man. Doctor —How many sleeping pow ders did you take? Peterson —I didn’t take any. I gave a couple of them to the baby. A Match for the Cockney. A story reaches me of a stockbrok ing "sportsman’’ who had gone into the Highlands with a shooting party. Thinking, with Cockney assurance, to take a rise out of an old Highland shepherd, ho said: "You have a fine view from this mountain, Donald." "There is. Indeed .a fine view," re plied Donald, impassively. "I am told, Donald, you can see America from It.” "America?” echoed Donald, “far ayont America! We can see the moon." The cockney subsided.—London Free Lance. WELL POSTED. A California Doctor With 40 Years’ Experience. "In my 40 years’ experience as a teacher and practitioner along hygie nic lines,” says a Iyos Angeles phy sician, “I have never found a food to compare with Grape-Nuts for the bene fit of the general health of all classes of people. I have recommended Grape-Nuts for a number of years to patients with the greatest success and every year’s experience makes me more enthusiastic regarding its use. "I make it a rule to always recom mend Grape-Nuts and Postum Food Coffee in place of coffee when giving my patients instructions as to diet, for I know both Grape-Nuts and Postum can be digested by anyone. "Aa for myself, when engaged in much mental work, my diet twice a day consists of Grape-Nuta and rich cream. I find it just the thing to build up gray matter and keep the brain In good working order. "In addition to its wonderful effects as a brain and nerve food. Grape-Nuts always keeps the digestive organs in perfect, healthy tone. I carry it with me when I travel, otherwise I am almost certain to have trouble with my Stomach.” Name given by Postum Co.. Battle Creek, Mich. Strong indorsements like the above from physicians all over the country have stamped Crape-Nuts the most scientific food In the world. There’s a reason. Look in each pkg for the famous little book. “The Road to Wsllvlll*- Mra. Jobn La Rue, of 115 Pater son avenue, Pate rson, N. J.. says: "I wastrou bl e d for about nine years, and what I suf fered none will ever The postoffice appropriation bill this year will carry about $170,000,000. Representative Wede of lowa de clares the Chicago packers are violat ing the anti trust law and threatens action. Prince Cupid, Hawaiian delegate to congress, says his recommendations are consistently disregarded and threatens to resign in consequence. Lieut. Gen. Chaffee, as chief of staff, has made a report to the secretary of war, which will he transmitted to con gress, recommendiug the appropria tion of $2,000,000 for the purchase of four tracts of land tor military maneu vers. Dr. Jacob Cooper, professor of phil osophy and logic in Rutgers college, is dead from pneumonia at New Bruns- wick, N. J. Edward A. Lord, one of the pioneer members of the Chicago board of trade, is dead at his home in Evans ton Heart failure is given as the cause of death. Thomas L. James, former postmas ter general of the United States, was married at Shakespeare’s church to Edith, daughter of Aid. Colbourne of Stratford-on-Avon. Newton Talbot, treasurer of Tufts college since 1887, died in Boston from heart failure, aged eighty-nine. Mr. Talbot was the oldest officer of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com pany of Massachusetts, of which he was made adjutant in 1848. The plant of the Peck-Williamson Heater company burned at Wellston, Ohio. Loss, $60,000. While coasting at. Dubuque, Harvey Raine, 11, dashed head-foremost against a telephone pole and sustained injuries that resulted in his death. Three firemen and a policeman were injured in a fire at Cincinnati which destroyed the five-story building occu pied by Henry Nurre. Loss. $75,000. - George Stadie, engineer of an oil steamer at New Orleans, went to the rescue of a sailor in the hold and was himself overcome by the fumes and died. The sailor was saved. Fire destroyed the business portion of Grand Chain. 111., causing a loss of more than $50,000. The fire started in a hotel and destroyed eighteen build ings. George L. Sterrett was fatally burned, his wife burned, cut and badly bruised by falling timbers and his three children seriously injured in a gas explosion which wrecked their home at Erie. Pa. Drunken cowboys riddled the Mor mon tabernacle at Burlington, Utah, with bullets. George A. Rose of Cleveland has confessed to the embezzlement of $187,000 from the Produce Exchange bank. Ixwis Witze, T. S. McCarthy and Charles Conway have been convicted at Chicago of robbing the body of an Iroquois fire victim. Eugene E. Toombs, seventeen years old, killed himself in Chicago after receiving a tear-stained note from Vir ginia Acker, his fifteen-year-old sweet heart. When Mrs. Matilda Garrity of Cin cinnati was told that her husband was dying she emptied a can of coal oil on her own clothing and set fire to it. Both died. Harry D. Egbert, a burglar, before he was hanged for murder at Salem, Or., made a speech from the scaffold advising parents to “keep their chil dren off the streets.” The report of. the experts who have completed their examination of the books of the Franklin bank of Cincin nati shows ex-Cashier Henry Burkhold, it Is said, to have been $241,000 short. Jeremiah G. Farwell, son of one of the most prominent capitalists of De troit, died in Harper hospital from a bullet wound through his stomach, fired, it is supposed, with suicidal in tent. Officials of the Southern Pacific Rail way company at San Francisco have received anonymous letters, the au thors of which threaten to wreck trains unless paid SIO,OOO. Four men entered a small Jewelry store in West Philadelphia, beat, bound and gagged the proprietor of the place, Mrs. Annie Hasler, and then gathered up jewelry to the value of about SSOO and escaped. Richard Davenport, a mining pro moter from Dawson City, Alaska, was arrested in Chicago charged with at tempting to “beat” his board bill at the Great Northern hotel. He said he eame to Chicago for a “good time,” and had it, but it cost all his ready money. Gen. John Green Ballance, U. S. A., has entered suits at Peoria, 111., against his brother, Willis H. Ballance. He appointed his brother agent, and alleges that the brother collected rent als and sold property, diverting the proceeds to his own use. Daniel Mahaney of Springfield, Mass., a famous baseball catcher, committed suicide at his home by drinking carbolic acid. He had not been working regularly for some time and had threatened to take his life unless his affairs became brighter. Resume of the Hews. (s&*) ! \ '<y / ! From the Capita!. People Talked About. Casualties. Sin and Sinners. From Other Shores. The Madrid Heraido accuses Mgr. Nozaleda of treason iu connection with the capture of Manila by the Ameri cans in 1898. Seventy students have been arrested at St. Petersburg, charged with start ing a secret revolutionary society called the Northern Union. The earl of Devon (Rev. Sir Henry Hugh Courtney), rector of Powder ham, Devon, is dead. He was born July 15, 1851, and held an extensive estate. The pope has appointed delegates to deliver autograph letters and full length portraits by Lipperary of Vien na to the emperors of Germany, Aus tria and Russia. The well-known millionaire brewer, Rerthold Schoeler, suffocated to death in his home in Rhein-Hessen. He swallowed his false teeth and died be fore they could be removed. At the village of Toregano, in the province of Segovia, Spain, four wolves came down from the mountains and killed and devoured five children, be sides wounding seven others seriously. The German war department has begun a series of winter maneuvers in the Hartz mountains to test automo biles and motor bicycles over the icy mountain roads. Traffic has been opened on the new American railroad from Oroya to Cor ropasco, in Peru. The first train car ried twenty cars and many passengers to Unis. The line was reported to be in excellent condition. At a ministerial council held at Madrid it was decided to bring the re mains of the marines who lost their lives on board the Reina Christina in Manila bay in 1898 to Spain for burial in the marines’ pantheon at Cadiz. One man was shot and killed and another wounded in a sham fight in connection with the military maneu vers at Havana. It is thought the man who fired the fatal shot did so pur posely, substituting a ball cartridge for a blank. Otherwise. By a bill which has passed the legis lature, co-education in Kentucky must cease. New York patrolmen have been for bidden to talk with women while they are on duty. , Jimmy Britt says the stomach is Young Corbett’s weak point, and he is going after him there. Rube Ferns has been working a year in a Kansas mine, but no wwants to get back in the ring. The Kentucky legislature has passed a bill appropriating $1,000,000 for a capitol to be erected there. Marvin Hart is ill with grip at Lou isville. This may account for his poor showing against John Wille. Fitzsimmons and Hart will fight in Louisville on Derby night, if the new boxing law is passed in Kentucky. Terry McGovern and his wife are starring in "The Bowery After Dark,” under the management of Sam Harris. The George McFadden—Gus Gard ner fight scheduled to take place at Saginaw, Mich., was called off by the club. W. Bourke Cochran has been nom inated as the Democratic candidate for congress in the Twelfth New York dis trict. Chancellor Andrews of the Univer sity of Nebraska is threatened with dismissal on account of his friendli ness to Rockefeller. The town council of Bloomington, 111., has decided to close the schools and churches Indefinitely, due to the alarming spread of smallpox. Count Zephelin has begun the con struction of a new airship. His call for flnacial assistance brought sub scriptions amounting to $112,500. Gen. Levine of Toledo was cruelly beating a young colt when neighbors interfered, harnessed him in the colt’s place and drove him until he fell ex hausted. Elimination of business agents from deliberations between emoloyer and employe has averted a lockout of 1,200 members of the paint workers’ union in Chicago. The Kirby Lumber company, capi talized at $10,000,000, and the Houston Oil company, with $30,000,000 capital, have been placed in the hands of re ceivers at Houston, Tex. Gov. Penn.ypaoker of Pennsylvania has issued a proclamation to the citi zens of Pennsylvania requesting aid for the families of the victims of the explosion in Harwick mine near Ches wick. As a result of an outcry against tho Public Service corporation of Now Jersey, General Manager Wheatley, who has been running the street rail way systems of Jersey City, Hoboken, Newark and surrounding cities and towns, resigned. A penalty unique in the annals of the Omaha police court was imposed upon Kitty Williams for vagrancy and neglect to wash her face. She was sentenced for twenty days with a bath to be taken every day. Archie Misholm of Duluth, Martin Pattison' of Superior, Wis., and A. Guthrie of St. Paul have bought the Shattuck-Costello copper mines at Bis bee. Ariz., comprising 12 Oacrcs, for ♦1,100,000. The referendum vote taken by the national committee ,of the Socialist party for national secretary has been completed and William Madly of Bos ton declared re-elected. CAUGHT BY THE GRIP. RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. ♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦•♦♦♦»♦+ ••The world of medicine recognizes Or Ip as epidemic catarrh. ** — Medical Talk. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦++-»0» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+•»♦♦♦♦+ ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ »♦ ♦ »♦♦ LA GRirPE is epidemic catarrh. It spares no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat and the pauper, the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt—all are liable. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got von? Grip is well named. The original French term, la grip|K\ has been shortened bv the busy American to read “grip.” Without intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case. As if some hideous giant with awful Grip had clutched us Lu its fatal clasp. Men, women, children, AM She Needed. Paying Teller —I can’t cash this check, madam, until you are identified. Mrs. Bright—You mean I have to Identify myself? Paying Teller—Yes, mam. Mrs. Bright—How simple. Have you a looking glass?—Philadelphia Press. Arid I.nn'U Made Fruitful. Those parched, dry, arid plains of Mont., Colo., Arlz., Idaho and other dry lands respond quickly and give a big yield when planted to Salzer's Speltz, Hanna Barley. Macaroni Wheat, 60- Day Earliest Oats, Billion Dollar Grass and Bromus Inermlt*. Above seem to flourish and laugh at drought* and arid soils. JCST FEND 10c IS STAMP 3 and this notice to John A. Salzer Feed Co., La Crosse, Wts., for their big cat alog and farm seed samples. (W. N. U.) Some females are relegated to the spinster class because of their cute ness. (ole’s (arbolisalve Instantly (tups the pain of Burns and Scalds. Always heals will.not sears. 31 And SOcbr drnaaists, or mailed on receipt of price byJ.W. Cole A Co., black Hirer Falls, W is marnmmm Kate a aox handy nanwnma CAPSICUM VMSELIHE (TUT UP IST COI.LAPMBL* TUBES) A substitute for and superior to mustaid or any other plaster, at.d will not blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaying and curative qualities of this article are wonderful. It will stop the toothache at once, and relieve head ache and sciatica. We recommend it as the best and safest external counter irritant.knowu. also as an external remedy for pains in the cb< st and stomach and all . hemnatic. neuralgic and gouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it, and it will be found to be invalu able in the household. Many people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Price 18 cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by sending this amount to us in postaaesiemps we will send you a tube by mail. No u-ucle should be accepted by the public uti!. s the same carries our label, as otherwise it i - rot genuine. CHESRBROL’OH MFO. CO., 17 State Street, New Yoke City. An Egg Tester Free Together with an ineubatr r and brooder catalogue, containing among much other valuable and inter* eating information a colored plate, ahowirg by eighteen views the development of the thick in the ahell. free, by tending to GKO. W. STAHL, Quincy, III* fear ceata to par for poatage and packing. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment !• a positive cure for Piles. BEGGS’ CHERRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs and colds. a ■•mum whole towns and cities are caught in tho baneful grip of a terrible monster. The following letters speak for them selves ns to the efficacy of I’cruna in cases of la grippe or its after effects. After Effects of La Grippe Eradicated by Pe-ru-na. Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Westerlo, Albany County, N. Y., writes: “Several years ago I had an attack of la grippe which left my nerves in a prostrated condition. Then .1 had an other attack of la grippe which left me worse. 1 had tried three good physicians V ]/2 1 I'll STRONO - DURABLE, SENSIBLE 11 / JflL //jMfjH Ask your dealer to show jou Jjj pigrlmSt wg m Laundry DIRECTIONS FOR USE:-Wlgqle*Stlck abound in the water. Wigqle*Stlck LAUNDRY BLUE wron’t ■pill, break. froezo nor spot clothes. Costs 10c ard equals2oc worth of any other bluincr. If your irrocer does not keep it send 10c for samplo to THB UHJNORY BLUB CO., IT Michigan St., Chteafl** 500 VIRGINIA FARMS aid, sent free to any address giving descriptions of 600 Vlr- _ giniii Karma of from 10 to lOOt acres each, at from SA per acre upwards, wltb buildings, fruits, timber, water, etc.; bestellr mate In U S-; good markets, great varletv of crops, vegrieM** and fruit*; noted fortaealitafulneaaj future prospects Urigbt. Address t'Vl.t A U«U A V s.N. lUal Estate Agents, i'etersborg, Va. Virginia Farms Productive »"1! delightful climate. Free Oataloirue. 14. UX'UAirri.N A Co.. lucorp., Rictiznoad.Vs. NEW PENSION LAWS Apply to NATHAN HICKFORD, 014 t bt- WHhln|Uin, D. C. [ Thompson*! Eyi Wafer When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. 3. O. N. U. —NO. 7 190 A Hn COSES SHIRE IU tlSt Mill ftT Lj Bmi Cough Syrup. Taste. (Jood. Dm V"1 la Utue^tkdd^yi|^^lalfc^^^|wf ’■-ki FOR B - - - but all In vain. I Rave Peruna a trial. In a short time I was feeling better and now I am as well as anyone.’ —Mrs. Fred Weinberger. Hon. James R. Gulll of Omaha. Hon. James R, Guill is one of the oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha, Neb. i lie has done much to make it what it is.; serving on public boards a number of. times. lie endorses Peruna in the follow-' iug words: am <SB years old, am bale and hearty,i and Peruna has helped me attain rLj Two years ago I had la grippe—my Ufa was despaired of. l’eruna saved me.”— J. LL Guill. A Relative of Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Silas S. Lincoln, yvho resides at Hl3 I Street, N. W., Washington, D. C., lias the honor of being third cousin, to Abraham Lincoln. He writes: ”1 had la grippe five times before using: your medicine. Four years ago I begaai the use of Peruna, since w hich time 1 have* not been troubled wit h that disease. I can now do as much work at my desk as I ever could in my life. I have gained more than ten pounds in weight.”—S. S. Lincoln. Pe-ru-na Not Only Cured La Grippe but benefited the Whole System. Miss Alice M. Dressier, 1313 N. Bryant' Ave., Minneapolis, Minn., writes: “Last spring 1 suffered from la grippe and was partially cured but the bail after ed'ccts remained through the summer and somehow I did not get strong as I was is'foie. Oncof my college friends whoi was visiting me asked me to try Peruna 1 and 1 did so and found it all and more than I bad expected. It not only cured* me of tins catarrh but restored me to per-i feet health, built up the entire system and brought a happy feeling of buoyancy which I bad not known for years.”—AJioe M. Dressier. An Actress’ Testimony. Miss Jean Cowgill, Griswold Opera House. Troy. N. Y., is the leading lady with the Aubrey Stock Co. She write* the following: “During the past winter of 1001,1 snf fered for several weeks from a sever* attack of grippe, which left a serious catarrhal condition of the throat and head. “Some one suggested Peruna. As a last) resort, after wasting much time money on physicians, I tried the remedy; faithfully, and in a few weeks was as well as ever.’’—Jean Cowgill. A Southern Judge Cured. Judge Horatio J. Goss, Hartwell, Ga.,' wri t ch i “Some five or six years ago I had a Terr| severs spi ll of grippe, which left me with systemic catarrh. A friend advised me to try your Peruna which I did, and was immediately benefited and cured. Th*' third bottle completed the cure.” —H. J. Goss. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna, write'at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a. full statement of your case and he wili] be pleased to give you his valuable advio* 1 gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The llartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. OR GIRLS Blue Write for our Beal Ret ate Her* Looking for a Home? Then why not k6ep In view tho fact that tho farming lands of ■Western Canada are sufficient to support a population of 50.000.00 S oi overt The immigration for the past six years baa been phenomenal. FREE Komtsfead Lands easily accessible, while other Unde rosy be wr chs.ed from Railway and Land Coropaniea. The (rain and grazing lands of Western Canada a/e tbe best on the continent, producing the best grain, and cattle (fed on grasa alone) teady for market. Markets. Schools. Rallwxya and all other conditions make Western Canada an envi able spot for the settler. Write to Superintenden' Immigretion.Ottawa.Ceap ada. fur a descriptive Atlas, and other information or to the authorised Canadian Government Agsaf" W. H. Rogers, box U 6. Watertown. S. D< v i,. M , J