THREATENED CONSUMPTION. A Typical Case of Catarrh Cured by Dr Hartman's Free Treatment. A fanuer's wife has been troubled froin childh od with catarrb. Úntil witbin the last few years, she has not beeu trpaterl for it. But it bas becorue so inuoh aygravuted that she consnlts her physiciau. He treats her and sbe perseveres faithfnlly, without avail, for ruontbs. Then she tries a pbysician in the city. Althongh his charges are exorbitant, her busband gladly pays them ; bnt she gets no better. Tbe farmer in despair, Bees his wife growiug paler and weaker every day. A cough sets in, aud cunsumotion is near. At last they rpad abont Pe-rn-na. The husband writes to Dr. Hartman and reoeives an encouraging and sympathetic answer. They continue tbe correspondenoe all the while she takes Pe-ru-na, reoeiviog new advice and assistance in every letter. Her symptoms leave her one by one. Her oolor returns. Her cougb ceases. At last she is well In ber gladness of heait she writes to Dr. Hartman, anxious to have her cure told to otheis that they may be saved. Such is the history of a typical testimonial used by Dr. Hartman in his books. One of these books will be sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Drug Manuf acturing Company, Columbus, Ohio.