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LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The General Assembly of Wiscon
sin, after a bitter fight, passed the
primary election bill.
New York capitalists are said to
have purchased for $250,000 the
Onadaloupe mines in Mexico.
The details of the :peaoe negotia
ams between Kitchener and Botha,
which failed, have been made publio.
A Noted Boston Woman Describes
its Symptoms and Terrors.--Two
* Severe Cases Cured by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
ADE E W ILLIAMSON.
'I am so nervous! no one ever suffered as I do! There
isn't a well inch in my body. I honestly believe my lungs
are diseased, my chest pains me so, but I have no cough. I
am to weak at my stomach, and have indigestion terribly, and
palpitation of the heart; am losing flesh; and this headache
and backache nearly kills me, and yesterday I had hysterics.
" There is a weight in the lower part of my bowels, bearing
down all the time, with pains in my groins and thighs - I
can't/sleep, walk, or sit, awl blue - oh goodness! I am simply
thb. most miserable of women."
SThis is a most vivid description of a woman suffering with
nervous prostration, caused by inflammation or some other
diseased condition of the womb. -
,:PNo woman should allow herself to reach such a perfection
of misery when there is no need of. it. Read about Miss
'illiamson's case and how she was cured.
K Two bad Oases of Nervous Prostratlon Oured.
i "DEA MMs. PixxNaM; - I
'aq'"suffering such tortures
q~~oo prostration that
iiUf a bturden. I could
ti'tsleep at all, and was too
eito walk across the floor.
!heart was affected so that
ten;iI could not liedown at
ll without almost suffocating.
ktook Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Comp6und and it
worked like magic. I feel that
pour medicine has been of in
otinmable benefit to me."
.. "AM saL WualAMaox .
M 196 N. Nonleand. Atlanta, Ga.
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CALLf IN A HURRY.
What Telephone, Mean to the Remotely
The farmers of Oneida county have a
telephone service almost as complete
and convenient as that of any small
city, says a Utica dispatch to the New
York Prcss. For rural telephone en
terprise this county is one of the fore
most. The outside world is connected
with the local lines, and for its long
distance system the farmers' line has
had the praise of electricity experts.
in a new Patent Box, handy
.o use. * .
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C~ll~l ~"· In4~ilt
Fire destroed cotton and rasidenoe
property at Greenville, Miss., valuer
Robert Hayden Moulton, formerly
of Tennessee, shot a man under sensa
tional oiroumstanoes in a New York
Joe Oboynski and Jack Johnson,
the two prise Aghters who were im
prisoned gt Galveston, have been re
leased on bonds of $1.000 each.
"I had nervous prostration
terribly, caused by female
weakness. I suffered every
thing; was unable to eat,
sleep, or work. After a while
I was induced to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I really began to
improve on taking the first
bottle. I continued to take
the medicine, and am now
better in every way, and feel
like a different person. I am
simply a well woman."
Mau. D=ga Kmssa,
PRESENCE OF MIND.
Dagmana akes Seeme in Detreit wt
The ragman blew a mighty blast an(
then entered to see if there were and
old clothes for sale. After he had pur
chased $5 worth of goods for 50 cents
he went to the front and there let ou
a yell that turned the lady of the house
deathly pale and caused the hired gir
to fall down the cellar stairs. Explan
ation came later. The perambulatini
merchant is troubled with cold feet
To counteract this affliction he used at
old iron kettle for a stove with pavini
blocks for fuel. He kept it in the froni
end of his wagon, and when he came
out his whole cargo was afire. Aftel
the yell he made a flying leap into thi
rickety wagon, thrashed the dejocted"
looking horse into a semblance of ani
mation, and went up the street creating
a bigger sensation than Ben Hur':
chariot race. Shouting boys an,
barking dogs were in the train, and all
the elder heads coincided in a belie]
that the man who was thrashing hhi
horse, shouting in a foreign tongue
who fell through a broken seat as he
made the corner, his head and heels
be;ng all of him in.slght, was crazy
But he was not. His presence of min,
was to be envied by many a states.
man, for he pulled up in front of t
hose house and the laughing fire lad
dies soon conquered the conflagration
Black, scorched, half-drowned and gaz
ing sadly upon what was left of his
rig, the victim hissed between his teeth
that he would sue the city.-Detroit
Mixed in His Loattion.
The following is told of an Ameri
can gentleman who was recently stop
ping with his wife at the Hotel Ceci
in London. On their first evenin1
there he happened to retire somewha
later than his spouse. Arriving at the
door of what he imagined to be hiL
room and fnding it locked, he tappet
and called "Honey!" No answer came
and he called again and -more loudl;
"Honey!" Still he got no reply and be
coming somewhat uneasy he shoute.
the endearing term with his full luni
power. This time a reply came, and ii
a male voice: "Go away, you blither
ing idiot! This is a bathroom, not
zeoee ShBe Welghlng One Oesea.
The smallest horse probably that
was ever fitted with a set of shoes bi
any horseshoer in California occupied
a place in the shop of Howard & Mil
lerick of Petaluma a few days ago. I1
wan a six-months-old Bhetland pony
one of a band a Los Angeles man was
bringing down from Mendolano coun
ty, where they had been ps~ted dnr
tag the summer. The rough reeads ha
worn its bare feet and necessitated
hhoeing. The shoes, fashlae out a
a steel bar, when itted to the pony'
feet were a trite larger than a siva
dollar plem sad the fll Ast wdshe
lust iar smen*, a rrieds*r ece
THE REALM OF FASHION.
New York City. - The fancy shirt
waist with low, round collar .opening
over a chemisette, makes a marked
feature of the season's styles. The
exceedingly attractive example Illus
FANCY SHIRT WAIST.
trated can be made from a variety of
materials, both cotton and bilk. the
former are better Unlined, but silk
calls for a fitted foundation if the best
results are to be obtained. The orig
inal is made from Korea crepe in soft
pink, with collar and tie of soft satin
edged with lace applique, and chemi
sette of white mousseline de sole.
The foundation lining is cut with
fronts and backs only, On it are ar
ranged the plain back and the tucked
fronts. The chemisette is made full
and attached permanently to the right
front lining or to front trnder collar if
lining is omitted and hooked into place
at the left. The sleeves are in bishop
style with cuffs of lace that match the
To cut this waist for a woman of me
dium size three and a quarter yards
of material twenty-one inches wide,
three and a quarter yards twenty
seven inches wide. three yards thirty
two inches wide or two yards forty
four inches wide will be required.
With one-half yard for collar, three
quarter yard for chemisette and three
eighth yard for stock and cuffs.
Eton Jacket With Blouse Vest.
The Eton in all its forms is a pro
nounced favorite of the season. The
smart little May Manton model illus
trated in the large engraving belongs
to the belted variety, and is exceed
ing fashionable as well as generally
becoming. The original is made of
castor colored broadcloth with vest
of white and trimming of panne. and
makes part of a costume, but all suit
ing materials are appropriate and the
A POPULAR ETON JACKET.
same design is adapted to separate
wraps of cloth or silk.
The back is smooth and fits snugly
and is joined to the fronts by under
arms gores. The fronts are fitted
snugly to the darts, but beyond that
point are elongated to form short
stoles and fall free. The narrow vest
is stitched to the fronts at the dart
line, included in the neck and shoulder
seam and blouses slightly over the
belt. The belt that is worn around
the waist passes under the stoles and
is attached only to the vest. At the
neck is a Kaiser collar that is faced to
match the waistcoat. The sleeves in
regular coat style fit snugly and are
slightly bell-shaped at the wrists.
To make this Eton for a woman of
medium size three and three-quarter
yards of material twenty-one inches
wide, three and a quarter yards twen
ty-seven inches wide, two yards for
ty-four inches wide or one and five
eighth yards fifty inches wide will be
required, with five-eighth yard for
Double Width Nua's Veiling.
Thin woolen fabrics are finding
ready sale. They are in demand by
the business-like woman, who wishes
to have her summer's wardrobe well
in hand before that season of languor
overtakes her. Bareges. veilings,
challies, albatross and "Japan." crepes
de Paris, batistes and sheer cashmeres
are among the goods shown. Double
width nun's veiling can be had in all
the desirable colors for street and
house gowns. Royal blue, pink, pale
blue, old rose, several grays, reseda or
mignonette green, tan, violet creamy
navy blue and black Is the range of
Traveling and country capes are of
three-qu'arter lengths, the shoulders
covered with triple capes, shaped ber
tha arrangements or a species of broad
hood, which is, however, purely of the
ornamental type. The storm collar
was at its best but an ugly and awk
ward accessory, and the new collars.
although still high, are half turned
over and form a frame for the neck,
instead of holding it like a vise.
Smocking, which is not new, but
which will never grow old, is one of
the prettiest ways of finishing chil
dren's little frocks. This is. to be
found on around the neck and sleeves
of the little low-nacked and short
sleeved frocks, and forms tiny yokes
In the high-necked froeks. There is
always a suggestion of home work
about it that is charming aside troug
$t real beauty.
One place where you need not tuci
in your shoestring, but may safely
leave it trilling, is where the glorified
lacer With gilt tag is worn at the back
of the waist. It is quite a customary
finish for a visiting dress, and is some.
times repeated on the upper part of the
Taste in Selecting Tinse'g.
"All is not gold that glitters," and
this should le rememblered in the se
lecting.of tinsels. Do not swathe your.
self in those of a cheap quality, for
gold to be seen at its best must be
softehed with exquisite lace and chif
A Pretty Waist.
One ef the pretty new fancy waists
is made of white chiffon over white
silk and partially covered by a boleri
and short upper sleeve' of Irish lace.
The belt and collar band are formed
of silver braid and black taffeta rib.
The variety in emnlroidered silc ho
siery is beyond detailed description;
but one of the special novelties shows
an eagle etmbroidered in yellow silk
while another is dotted over the front
with single violets:
Fabrics For Evening Gowns.
Chiffon, tulle and point d'esprit. elab
orated with ruches, tucks, pleated
flounces, lace flowers and some pom
padour ribbon for the waistland, are
the popular fabrics for evening gowns
for young ladies.
Black and White Effects.
Black and black and white effects
are to be quite as dominant as ever in
the spring fashions and certainly noth
ing can be much more useful or appro
priate for a greater variety of pur
Feature of New Bodires.
Surplice fohled effects are the fea
ture of some of the new bodices, with
a lace chemtisette filling i:t the V space
at the neck.
Chilud's House Sacque.
Every mother knows thei advantages
to be found in a simple little sacque
that can be slippled on when mornings
are cool. or the little one is not quite
well. The pretty little. May Manton
model shown is simplicity itself, yet
is amply comforttltle and tasteful in
effect. The original is made from
French flaincel in turquoise bhue, with
scalloped edges and trimmings of
small gold buttons, but any color pre
ferred can be chosen, and both Scotch
flannel and flannelette will he found
satisfactory, while stripes and figures
are to be found in all the materials.
Made from broadcloth and trimmed
with narrow ribbon or braid, the re
sult is a stylish jacket for spring days.
The sacque is cut with plain back
and fronts that are joined by shoulder
and under-arm seams. The deep,
round cape collar is seamless, and
falls becomingly over the shoulders,
while the neck is finished with a soft,
turn-over collar, beneath which a rib
bon can be tied. The sleeves are cut
in *wo pieceS, and are completed by
roll-ovcr cuffs of the material.
Tc cut this sacque for a girl of six
CHILD'S HOGUS SACQUE.
years of age one and three-quarter
yards of material twenty-seven inches
wide will be required, or one and a
quarter yards fifty inches wide.
'lhe style of Men's Shlrtwalsts.
Ha.erdasbers say that the .hirt
waist for men is already a thing of the
past and that the fashion which was
suggested last fall really died a-born
ing. Instead the neglige shirt in the
gayest colors, belts; and no waistcoat
will he the rule this summer. Dealers
in this sort of thing have already given
their orders on these lines, and fashion
is therefore fixed for the majority of
men. It will be only the super-ele
gant who will fly in the face of this
decree and defy the decision of the
great manufactgrAs of these lines of
goods. These will wait until King Ed
ward has decided what he deems the
'proper thing for men's wear, and fol
low his initiative.-New York Times.
A good mirror tells the truth, pa
aitter an whom it refects.
CASH IN A BAO.
Stes ler WaI samrs Have of Slaksg
The natives of that part of South.
Africa which to a great extent is in
habited by bushmen and Hottentots
have a peculiar system of banks and
banking. These Kamrs among whom
this curious system of banking obtains
live near Kaffraria, In the south of the
Colony country. The natives come
down south from their country to trade
in the several villages and towns in
large numbers and then return to Kaf
fraria. From those who trade of their
own number they select one, Who for
the occasion is to be their banker. He
is converted into a bank of deposit by
putting all the money of those whose
banker he is into a bag, and then they
sally forth to the stores to buy What
ever they want. When alt article is
purchased by any of those Who are in
this banking arrangement, the price
of the article is taken by the banker
from this deposit money bag, counted
several times and then paid to the
seller of the article, after which all the
bank depositors cry out to the banker
in the presence of the two Witnesaes
selected: "You owe me so much!"
This is then repeated by the wit
nesses. The general accounting comes
between the banker and his several de
positors when all desired purchases
have been made, after which all the
natives depart for their northern wilds.
nUalilAg, Upon Which the Tendenty
Is to Expend MIllions.
The cornerstone of a $1,000,000 state
mapitol for Arkansas was laid recently
at Little Rock. A few days ago a con
tract was given out at Jackson, Miss.,
for building there a new state capitol
at a total cost of nearly $1,000,000. The
present capitol and grounds at Jack
son are of the estimated value of $400,
000, and the Little Rock Fcapitol and
ground of the value of only $250,000.
Many of the older settled states have
capitols which were built many years
ago and were designed to meet condi
tions which nearly every state has
tince outgrown. The capitol of Alaba
ma, at Montgomery, represents an in
vestment of only $50,000, that of Louis
lana, at Baton Rouge, $250,000, the
grounds being included in this esti
mate; that of Kentucky, at Frankfort,
the scene of the Goebel shooting, $500,
000, grounds included, and that or
Maryland, at Annapolis, $300,000.
There has been a general tendency to
replace the old buildings by new and
more costly structures, as is being
done in Arkansas and' Mississippi.
Thus in Sacramento, the capital ci
California! the new building and
grounds represent a total expenditure
of $3,000,000. Austin, Tex., has a $5,
500,000 capitol. Pennsylvania has at
Harrisbfrg a $2,500,000 capitol. The
little state of Rhode Island has at
Providence a $3,000,000 capitol, and the
Iowa state capitol, at Des Moines,
represents a total investment of $3,
500,000. The Illinois capitol, at Spring
field, represents a total investment of
$4,500,000, and the Nebraska capitol,
at Lincoln, represents a cost of $750,
000. The Wisconsin capitol, in the
small town of Madison, represents an
investment of $1,000,000, and Michigan
has at Lansing a $1,500,000 capitol.
In the smaller cities of the country
there are to be found usually the most
expensive capitols, a circumstance
which has given rise to the expression
"the smaller the capital town the more
expensive the capitol building." Colo
rado has a $2,500,000 capitol, and Wash
ington has completed one at Olympia
costing $1,000.000.-New York Sun.
Passing of Yellowstone Park.
It is said that the geysers which have made
this park famous, are gradually declining.
This brings to mind the fact, that decline is
the law of the world. Health is the most pre
cious possession in the world, and too great
care cannot be given to it. In the spring, ypu
should renew your strength, revitalise your
blood and nerves with the beet of all medi.
cinee, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, It also
o~ures stomach disorders. Try it,
The failure to reach the goal set in life
Is not necesarilv s defeat.
The sugar aone grows from six to twenty
Mrs. Winlow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething, soften the gums, reduces inflamma.
tion, aiays pain, oures wind colic. 2e a bottle
Tell a dignified individual to pull down
shim vest and you raise his choler.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consump
tion has an equal for coughs and colds.-Jous
F. Borms, Trinity Springs, Iud., Feb. 15, 1900.
FT~rra'nsr mnn. eelineq wrnn't hgpln
Harrowing a man's feelings won't help I I I
toward cultivating his acquaintance.
Best for the Bowels
Bowel Troubles: Caused by over-work! Over-eating! Over-drinking! No part of the human body receives
more ill treatment than the bowels. Load after load is imposed until the intestines become clo'gged, refuse to
act, worn out. Then you must assist nature. Do it, and see how easily you will be cured by CASCARETS
Candy Cathartic. Not a mass of mercurial and mineral poison, but a pure vegetable compound that acts
directly upon the diseased and worn out intestinal canal, making it strong, and gently stimulating the liver and
kidneys; a candy tablet, pleasant to take, easy and delightful in action. Don't accept a substitute for CASCARETS.
t ru bing a surgaeon.-.eweler's Weekly: y I;
Iad "I bas reio i dolys le a m .oae. m$1"
. en for suvon yeers plaed m e in tl terrible
led foUnd ,ny rluntbm il . beern tsn,.ASCA EA.
new wlm mm one toD ahnde ahoy anl ld car o
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BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER;
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S2 memec. rma AddSoc.
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In this Paper and Increase your
- An advertisement Is a silent Canvasser who is
Always at Work In your Interest.
For liberal rates apply to the Publishers.
Am astronomm reports that his business
is eking up,
or. Lakeo P. DIekb urm
Writes eoneratg drahb Orchard Water: "In
tardy motion and chronicd constipation of the
bowelsit excel all other medicinee known to
The distinction among animals requirinI
least sleep belongs to the elephant.
Gsam's Sows, of Atlanta, Ga., are
the only succesful Dropsy pecialits in the
world. Seo their liberal offer in advertisement
in another column of this paper.
A woman finds it much easier to make a
fool of a man than to make a man of a
PmorAx's aFDsLas D produces the fast.
est and brightest colors of any known dye
stuff. Sold by all druggists.
Every mineral and metal of value in the
arts and industries is found within the
limits of the United States.
Woman is a conumdrum that man never
seems to give up.
Denessem Cannot me Cared
by local applications as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mncous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a rumbling sound orimperfeethear
ing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is
the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever.
Nine cases out of ten are'oaused by catarrh.
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh), that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Circulars
sent free. F. 3. CaZNEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
In five years the exports of this country
to Mexico have doubled in value.
Indigestion is a bad companion. Get rid of
it by chewing a bar of Adams' Pepsin Tutti
Frutti after each meal.
In tumes of war the number of individual
homicides always increases.
A Dooo who knows, nd
•r n DoU;fo whose knownoled dge
" has resulted in the greatest liniment ever
given to the public- its name -
Sa LOAN'MS LUNINMIT
* Cures Rheumatism, Contracted Muscles, sl
Neuralgia, etc., because it penetrates--no w:
" severe rubbing necessary. It warms and
* soothes, so alleviates aches and pains quicker i
than cold, clammy feeling applications.
Family size, az cents. Horse size, soeents and $r.oo.
Ask your Dealer or Druggist for it
: Prepared by Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
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A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
We are keeping up the grade of
'to a high point!
- It is known all over the country as
the best package coffee, and its
quality will be strictly maintained.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET?
SLION COFFEE is not a glazed'
coffee. We do not need to resort to egg mix.
tures or chemicals which are used to hide im.
. perfections and to make the coffee look shiny.
LION COFFBE is absolutely
Watch our next advertlsemnt. pure, and that is the reason why it is now used
in millions of homes.
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No housekeeper, .,s
fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness,
comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from
the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold).
WOOLSON SPICE CO., TOLEDO, 050.
prop s will be
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0 a isternug Pot
Cypress s ash and your
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o3 Nasau St. Newr York.
ue1000 gallon cutes Getein. B14's 00
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2100 gallon cistern .......s.. 2.A0
Cypress ssh nd doors very cheap---13
Wire screens and doors oheap.
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316 BAIONNE ST., NEW ORLEANS, LA.
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Dr. BuI s Safest. surest cure fbt
B al throat and lung
Cough Syrup 0,ktors presrbe it.
iduea substItutes. Get Dr. Bull's Cough bvrwn.
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on a postal oard and in return we will
send you tree of all expense a package ol
DilXlE FEVER AND PAIN POWDER
The best remedy made to Cool
Fever, Cure Headache and re
lieve all aches and pains.
Then if you like it, buy the 15 ceat esta
Sfrom your home dealer.
Bend as your name at once.
J. LEE CRUCE CO.,
IT. sMItr. ARd .
Brobard Sash Look and
Brohard Door Nolder
Active workers everywhere can ern big moneo;
always a steady demand for our goods. $snplo
sasthlock wit price.. terms, et.., free for 2c stamp
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