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KELP FOR WOMEN
"WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED.
"I do not feel very well, I am so
tired all the time. I do not know what
is the matter with me."
You hear these words every day ; as
often as you meet your friends just so
often are these words repeated. More
than likely you speak the same signifi
cant words yourself, and no doubt you
do feel far from well most of the time.
Mrs. Ella Bice, of Chelsea, Wis.,
whose portrait we publish, writes that
she suffered for two years with bearing-down
pains, headache, backache,
and had all kindsof miserable feelintrs.
all of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous medicines she was entirely cured by
Mas. Ella Bice
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. If you are troubled with pains,
fainting spells, depression of spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and always tired, please re
member that there is an absolute
remedy which will relieve you of your
Buffering as it did Mrs. Bice. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Pink
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Ho other medicine has made the cures
that it has, and no other woman has
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as has Mrs. Pinkham ; her experience
is greater than that of any living per
son. If yon are sick, write and get
her advice ; her address is Lynn, Mass,
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IB II VI
An Army of Miners, in Two Divis
ions, Make a Night March
by Separate Roads.
ONE DIVISION DISPERSED BY TROOPS.
The Other Succeeded ia Renchlag
the Xeaqaehoninc; Colliery aad
Shotting; It Dowi-o One was
Hart aad Daylight Found Thins
early aa Quiet as I anal.
Lansford, Pa., Oct. 17. More than
2,000 striking mine workers made a
descent upon tne ten collieries of the
Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., in the
Panther Creek valley. They came to
this place by two separate roads. One
crowd shut up the 'esquehoning col
liery, while the other mob was driver
back to Tamaqua and dispersed by a
battalion of troops had been ordered
to the district, Monday night in an
ticipation of the march.
The March to the Volley.
The march on Panther Creek val
ley was on the strikers programme
for several days. The United Mine
Workers, ever since the strike started,
have been attempting to close the col
lieries of the Lehigh Coal and Naviga
tion Co. in this region. Organi.ers
were constantly in the region, but, as
a rule, they did not meet with much
success, so it was decided to use
stronger methods to get the men em
ployed in the ten mines out on strike.
Accordingly it was arranged that a
big demonstration should be held in
the valley. - It was to have been held
Monday morning, but owing to the
heavy rains and muddy roads it was
called off. Those who took part were
strikers from McAdoo, Yorktown,
Bunker Hill and Silver Brook.fromthe
south side of Hazleton, and the Free
land, Drifton, Jeddo and Beaver
Meadow strikers from the north side.
A contingent of women and girlscame
from McAdoo, which borough is the
only one in the Hazleton region
which has organized female march
ers. XO OJfE REPORTED FOR DITV.
laeHectual Attempt to Induce Mea
to Return to Work.
Shamokin, Pa., Oct. 17. Despite an
active canvass made by a number of
men to induce miners to go to work
at collieries between here and Hick
ory Bidge, no one reported for duty,
and the persons circulating petitions
asking men to resume work pending
a settlement of the terms of the
Scranton convention have been disap
BIG FIRE AT OSHKOSH.WIS.
Thirteen Million Feet of Lumber aad
Mueh Other Valuable Proper
Oshkosh. Wis., Oct. 17. Fire broke
out in the lumber district, destroying
13,000.000 feet of lumber, and part of
the llollister-Ames company s mill.
and the plant of Challoner & Sons Co.
The total loss amounts to almost
$200,000, of which the following losses
are the heaviest:
Hollister-Amcs Co., sawmill, lum
ber, logs and shingles; loss, $80,000;
Diamond Match Co., lumber yards.
containing between 5,000,000 and C,
000,000 feet of lumber; loss, $175,000;
Challoners Sons Co., pattern shops,
and warehouses; loss, $20,000. Sev
eral small losses. All losers are fully
covered bv insurance.
A CARELESS SECTION GANG.
They Caused the Derailment of
Freleht Train nnd the Loss
of Two Lives.
Chicago, Oct. 17. Two men were
killed and one fatally injured by the
derailment of a freight train on the
Chicago fe Alton at Lnwndale, near
here. The dead arc: Charles Eaton,
engineer; Wilson, fireman. B. F.
Striinplc, brakeman. was injured.
The victims were all residents of
Bloominirton, III. The wreck was
caused by the removal of a rail by a
section gang making repairs. It is
said they failed to post any danger
THE VICTIM OF A FIEND.
Yonnsr Lady Dies from the Result of
Vitriol Thrairn by a
Van Wert, O., Oct. 17. Miss Alic
Hammell died last nijrht of injuries
caused by vitriol thrown in her face,
on September 16, by Mrs. John Van
. Liew, wife of the cashier in a local
bank. Miss Hammell was a well-
known and highly-respected young
I Mrs. Van Liew was arrested short
ly after the crime was committed and
is now under bond for her appear
ance. Jealousy is said to hare been
the motive for the crime.
Florida Oranare Crop.
Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 17. A con
servative estimate of Florida's orange
crop this year places the yield at 1,
1)00,000 boxes. The proves are in
healthy condition, and within a fort
niL'ht fruit will begin to be marketed.
The average price per box is two dol
lars. Tla Not Bubonic Plaarue.
London, Oct. 17. The medical au
thorities of Stepney deny that the
suspicions case of sickness reported
at that place, Monday, is bubonic
REPORT OF GEN. MERRIAM.
o Trouble ia the Department of the
Colorado Progress Betas; Made
by the Apaches.
Washington, Oct. 17. There were
no Indian troubles in the department
of the Colorado last year, according
to "Gen. Merriam, and the only dim
culties between white men and In
dians were individual, arising from
cards and whisky. The white men,
says the general, were the aggressors.
The general speaks with commenda
tion of the excellent progress being
made toward civilization by the
Apaches, under the management of
Capt. Nicholson, Seventh cavalry. He
"I found them largely and success
fully engaged in agriculture, and saw
large numbers of men, as well as
women, at work in the fields, most
unusual for Indians. I was also told
by railroad officials that tney could
not employ better men for railroad
labor than these Apache Indians. In
view of these facts, and of the assur
ance by Capt. Nicholson of the abso
lute loj-alty and efficiency of his In
dian police. I recommended the with
drawal of all the troops from San Car
los agency, instead of repairing that
COL. M'KIBBEH'S REPORT.
Abandonment of Old Fort Duacaa
Recommended Pliant of the
Washington, Oct. 17. In his annual
report Col. McKibben, commanding
the department of Texas, recom
mends the abandonment of the old
Fort Duncan, the site being domi
nated by higher ground on the Mex
ican side, and the buildings being old
and unsuitable. He recommends the
acceptance of a site of C40 acres of
fered by the citizens of Eagle Pass,
at that point.
Col. McKibben calls attention to the
unsatisfactory status of the Seminole-
Negro Indians on the Fort Clark res
ervation, about 130 in number. He
sa3-s their crops have been destroyed,
and having forfeited their Mexican
citizenship and being neither citizens
of the United States nor recognized
by the Sctn.noles as part of their peo-
pie, some action snouiu oe taken Dy
congress to define their status.
FROM THE ISLAND OF GUAM.
Reports Received at the Navy De
partment From Commander
Schroeder, Governor of Cum.
Washington, Oct. 17. Late reports
from Commander Seaton Schroeder.
who succeeded Capt. Leary as naval
governor of Guam, have been received
at the navy department. Gov.
Schroeder has issued an order open
ing all hospitals in the island to thu
civilian patients free, and all who are
..r: t .1:. . : j i
urged to go to the hospitals for treat
ment. One of the governors f a
Guam province was found using pub
lic road laborers on his own place. He
claimed that this was an old Spanish
custom, and that he was unaware of
any wrongdoing. He was removed and
punished. The health of the island is
said to be fairly good. There are no
typhoid cases, and only one of fevei
and a few of intestinal troubles.
SET UPON BY FILIPINOS
A Detachment of Telearraph Repair
ers Dispersed and Some Killed
Manila, Oct. 14, via Hong Kong, Oct
16. A detachment of 20 men of the
Twenty-fourth regiment while en
gaged in repairing telegraph wires Oc
tober 10 at a point near San Jose,
Xuevo Eicja province. Isle lie Luzon,
were set upon by 200 rebels and were
overpowered and scattered. Seven of
the Americans reached San Jose, but
it is probable that the remainder
were captured. The enemy surprised a
party of scouts of the Forty-third in
fantry at a point three miles from
Takloban, Leyte island, killing three
of the Americans at the first volley.
Two escaped and gave the alarm, but
the enemy succeeded in evading their
pursurers. The native police of Tak
loban had conspired to surprise the
Americans. The bodies of the dead
soldiers were badly mutilated.
AN OLD RUMOR REVIVED.
The Marrinee of the Don-aver Em
press Frederick, Last April,
Berlin, Oct. 17. The report that thk
Dowager Kmpress Frederick was mar
ried, last April, to IJaron Seckendorff,
who was hofmeister under Emperor
Frederick, although widely circulated
abroad, had always been strenuously
denied here until the present crisis in
her disease. Now, however, it is be
ing circulated and accepted, together
with a number of fresh details, such
as that the marriage occurred in Eng
land. It is thought that the principal
malady of the dowager empress ia
cancer of the kidnej-s. According to
the latest bulletins she is somewhat
better, but a fatal result is generally
expected by the public.
An Overdue Vessel.
San Francisco, Oct. 17. The British
ship Lansing, which left Tort Iilake-
".y on June 1, bound for Port Pierie
Australia, is now out 136 days, and 20
per cent, reinsurance has been offered
on her. She has a cargo of nearly 2.-
000,000 feet of lumbers.
Only Letter Mail Will be Seat.
Washington, Oct. 17. The post of.
fice department has given notice that
until spring no mail matter except
letters will be sent to the Canadian
Yukon country, or to American post
oflce.s north of the Vnkon river.
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H H IN X X O N
MIL UimiLUL U.IU.1.IU.I
The Emperor, Kwang Hsn, is Re
ported to Have Arrived
' at Sian-Fu.
TROUBLES OF COUNT YON WALDERSEE.
The German Press Beginning to Recoralas
the Sarloasnsss of the Chinese Move
msnts In the South A Tribute to ths
Soldierly Conduct of Gen. Chaffs at
Berlin, Oct. 17. The Frankfurter
Zeitung prints a telegram from
Shanghai which says that Emperor
Kwang-Hsu has arrived at Sian-Fu.
The foreign office has no official in
formation of the whereabouts of the
A high official of the foreign office,
discussing the general situation yes
terday afternoon, said:
"There is absolutely nothing new ii;
the diplomatic situation. We have re
ceived no information as to the al
leged difficulties encountered by
Count on Waldersee in getting all
the allies to recognize his authority;
but it lies in the very nature of the
case that he would meet with some
trouble in bringing them all under
No credence is given to the state
ment cabled from the United States,
by way of London, that Emperor
Kwang-Hsu is going to Pekin under
The German papers, which until
now, have been treating the reports
of increasing ferment in southern
China as exaggerations, have sudden
ly changed their tone, recognizing the
seriousness of the movement there,
The recall of Marquis Ito to the
premiership of Japan attracts atten-
tion, since he has always represent
ed the idea of an alliance between
Japan and China, and is known to be
friendly to China. The Krn Zeitung
discusses the matter at considerable
length, going on the assumption tha
he will resume his attempts to bring
J about such a alliance. when an in.
quiry was made at the foreign office
regarding the probable effect of the
appointment, the officials replied that
there was nothing to do but to wai
Official reports say that a severe
tornado did great damage, on Sunday.
at Tsing-Tau, in the Province of Shan
A NOTEWORTHY ACT.
How Gen. CbatTee Restrained a, Nat-
London, Oct. 16. Dr. Morrison, in
the Times this morning, describes the
Annnnattnn T'oMn ft n rl 1ia lurnnn.
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8tration at the Forbidden City. In
connection with the latter incident he
emphasizes the self-denial of Gen.
Chaffee, which has not received, he
says, proper recognit-ion.
"The American troops, on the 15th
the correspondent remarks, "fought
their way, driving the Chinese in
front of them to the gateway. There
was then no agreement to hold Gen.
Chaffee back. He might have pressed
on. taking the palace and hoisted the
Stars and Stripes. It would have been
a fine prize, and the temptation must
have been great; but Gen. Chaffee,
possibly acting under Mr. Conger's
advice, refrained. It was a note
Met With No Opposition.
Tien Tsin, Oct. 15, via Shanghai, Oct.
17. The expedition against Pao-Ting-
Fu had met with no opposition up to
Ileports received by courier say that
a column of 500 French, marching to
llsien-Ilsicn to relieve a party of
French priests, met with no opposi
tion in the six days march to the
The Fourth brigade of the British is
The Americans have evacuated the
arsenal, which has been turned over
to the provisional city government.
Shanghai, Oct. 17. Official confirm
ation has been received of the report
thnt the Ilussian southern army has
occupied Fieh-I.ing, the' terminus of
the Shan Ilai Kwan railway. The oc
cupation was effected October 4.
ANXIOUS TO RETURN TO WORK.
Assurance Received of the Safety of
Mr. and Mrs. Allea N. Camer
Denver, Col., Oct. 17. Rev. Joshua
Gravett yesterday received a letter
giving assurance of the safety of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen X. Cameron, of this
city, who went to China two years
ago as missionaries, and from whom
no tidings had been received since
June 1, last. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
reached Shanghai with other mission
aries from the interior late in August.
Mr. Cameron wrote, on September 1,
that he desired to return to the in
terior on October 1, and appealed for
money and tracts and for more mis
sionaries to work in northern China.
Thirty-Three Persons Drowned.
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 17. News of a
marine catastrophe, as a result of
which 33 persons, 19 of whom were
foreigners, five hailing from the Unit
ed States, were drowned, was brought
by the Empress of Japan. The Nor
wegian steamer Calanda, a new
steamer of 3.S09 tons, was making her
third voyage from Port Arthur, with
a general cargo for Japanese ports,
ami w hen off lowassima she was run
down by the steamer Ize Mam. She
had 40 passengers and a crew of 20,
with five foreign officers.
The Baby Waa Healthy.
Two Irishmen who had not seen each oth
er for a long time met at a fair. They had
a lot of things to tell each other. Shore,
it's married I am," said O'Brien. "You
don't tell me so!" said Biake. "Faith,yes,"
said O'Brien, "an' I've got a fine, hea.tby
bhoy which the neighbors say is the very
picter of me." Biake looked for a moment
at O'Brien, who was not, to say the least,
remarkable for his good looks, and then
said: "Och, well, what's the harrum so
long as the child's healthy?" Chicago
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Sandy Pikes Did de funny old chap in de
wayside cottage tell yer a side-splittin'
Billy Coalgate Kaw! He told me a wood
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What Shall We Have for Denser tT
This question arises every day. Let us an
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The Philadelphia!! "Isn't the mud on
this street a trifle deep?" Chicagoan (proud
ly) "Deep? It is the d-epest mud on any
paved street in the woi'd!" Indianapolis
We Will Pay SO Per Week
And expenses for men with rigs to intro
duce our Poultry Mixture and Insect De
stroyer in tne country, oeaa stamp, ixcei-
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"Pa, what is the gage of war?" "The
gage of war? Well, it is the first chunk
oi mua you tnrow at mat little Jones coy
that you say is always picking a fuss with
you. Indianapolis Journal.
The Beat Prescription for Chills
and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
CnuxTosic. Itis simplyironandquininein
a tasteless form. Mo cure no pay. Price,50c.
Watts Do you really believe anyone will
ever invent a perfectly safe flying machine?
r-otts mere are a ozena ot em now. iney
can't get high enough in the air to be in
any danger. Indianapolis Press.
Jell-O, The Sew Dessert,
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Minnie "Carrie says that Fred thinks the
world of her. He actually loves her faults,
he says." Hattie "And she has so many
of them! What a wealth of love he must
bestow upon her." Boston Transcript.
To Care a Cold la Oae Day
Take Laxative Bromo Qninine Tablets. All
druggists refund money if it tails to cure. 25c
According to the women, it costs as much
to get a gin up to look like a simple, wild
field flower as to dress her gorgeously.
WORTH A KING'S
catarrh of the head and lungs in
fairly gave me up, and I despaired of
I noticed your advertisement and
by people who had been cured by
bottle. I felt but little better, but
and kept on improving slowly.
"It took six bottles to euro
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Thousands of women owe their
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of letters with written permission for use in public print, which can
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Address The Peruna Medicine Co.,
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Beauty." Sent free to women
Stat or Ohio, Crrr or Iolmdo, I
Lccas Cocstt, I
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that bebtTat
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Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
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RlCht Cp with Bla Game
"I am striving for the peace of the
wor!d," said the first wily diplomat,
"Which particular piece do you refer to
as the piece?" the other diplomat, who
was just as wily, inquired. Chicago Times
Herald. Try Graln-O! Try Grala-Ot
AskyourGrocer to-day to show yon a pack
age of GRAIN-O, the new food drink that
takes the place of coffee. Children may
drink it without injury, as well aa adults.
Allwnotryitiikeit. GRAIN-O has that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but is mad
from puregrains, and the most delicate stom
ach receivesit without distress, j the price of
coffee. 15c. and 25c. per package. Allgrocun,
"Ah," he mused;
"so Gen. Sbootemnp fa
dmd. Sic transit sloria mundi."
"But he died onnursday," responded tha
person, who was densely materialistic and
did not know a classical quotation from o
sardine label. Baltimore American.
Sad Fate of Ancestors.
"I tell you, golf is going to be the salva
tion of the nation. It is going to make ath
letic men and women out of our puny off
springs and lengthen our days by decades."
"But our ancestors didn't go in for golf.'
"And where are tbey now ? Dead! AH
dead!" Boston Journal.
We refund 10c for every package ot
Putnam Fadeless Dies that fails to give
satisfaction. Monroe Drug Co., UnionviUe,
Ma Sold by ail druggists.
After a woman finally decides where to
place her bureau she begins to long for next
house cleaning time, when she can chango
it. Atchison Globe.
Drugs have their uses, bnt don't stor
them in your stomach. Beeman's Pepsin
Gum aids the natural forces to perform their
When patronizing a Boston hcte! don't
forget 'hat "culinary symposium" on the
bill of fare means hash. Chicago Daily
Carter's Ink has the endorsement of tha
United States government and of all tha
leading railroads. Want any more evidence?
A board inr house keener who birrs tha
best butter never gets credit for anything
uui Duiterine. Aicnwon uiooe.
How Mr Throat Hurts' Whv don't von
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Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in oneminato.
The person who lives on hone is seldom
troubled with obesity. Puck.
Piso's Cure for Consumption is an infalli
ble medicine for coughs and colds. K. W.
Samuel, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17, 1900.
A blind man never sees anything hewz-ita.
Chicago Daily News.
Mrs. Col. E. J. Gresham, Treas
urer Daughters of the Confederacy,
and President Hernden Village Im
provement Society, writes the fol
lowing letter from Hernden, Fair
fax county, Va.:
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