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Invitation to sr s ww omen All the world knows of the wonder ful cures which have been made by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, yet some women do not realist that all that is claimed for it is abso lutely true. If all suffering women could be made to believe that Mrs. Pinkham can do all she says she can, their suffering would be at an end, for they would at once profit by her advice and be . cured. • There is no more puzzling thing than I that women will suffer great pain month after month when every woman knows of some woman whom Mrs. Pinkham has helped, as the letters from grateful women are constantly j being published at their own request. The same derangements which make I S ainful or irregular periods with ull backaches and headaches, and dragging-down sensations, presently develop into those serious inflamma tions of the feminine organs which completely wreck health. Mrs. Pinkham invites women to write freely and confidentially to her about their health and get the benefit of her great experience with the suf ferings of women. No living person can advise you so well. No remedy in the world has the magnificent record of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for absolute eures of female fils. Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn, Mass. Three Letten from One Woman, Showing how She Sought Mrs. Pinkham's AM, and was oured of Suppression of the Men ses end Inflammation of the OvaHoom " Dear Mrs. Pinkham—I have been in bed a year. Doctors say I have female weakness. 1 have a bad dis charge and much soreness across my ovaries, bearing-down pains and have not menstruated for a year. Doctors say the menses will never appear again. Hope to hear from you."—M rs. J. F. Brown, Holton, Kans., April 1, 1898. *• Dear Mrs. Pinkham — I received your letter. I have taken one bottle and a half of your Vegetable Com pound, and used two packages of your Wash, and feel stronger and better. I can walk a few steps, but could not before taking your Compound. I still have the discharge and am sore across the ovaries, but not so bad. Every one thinks I look better since taking your Vegetable Compound."— Mrs.J. F. Brown, Holton, Kans., Aug. 13, 1898. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham —I think it is my duty to let you know the good that Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound has done me. After I took three bottles, menses appeared, and I began to feel Stronger and all my pain was gtme. Yours is the only medicine that ever helped me. I am able now to work around the house, something I did not sxpect to do again."— Mrs J. F. Brown, Holton, Kans., Jan. 35, 1899. Three More Letters from One Woman, Relating how She was Oured of Irreg ular Menstruation, Leu oorrhœa and Baokaehe. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham— I am suffer ing and need your aid. I have pains tn both sides of the womb and a drag ging sensation in the groin. Men struation irregular and painful ; have leucorrhœa, bearing-down pains, sore ness and swelling of the abdomen, headache, backache; nervousness, and •an neither eat nor sleep."— Mrs. Car- I SIE Phillips, Anna, 111., July 19, 1897. ' " Dear Mrs. Pinkham— I want to J thank you for what you have done for ! me. When 1 wrote to you I was a ! total wreck. Since taking your Vege- I table Compound, Liver Pills and Sana- | tive Wash, my nerves are Wronger ! and more steady than ever before, and I my backache and those terrible pains are gone. Before I took youi medi cine 1 weighed less than one hundred and thirty pounds. I now weigh one hundred and fifty-five pounds. Your medicine is a godsend to poor weak women. I would like to ask you why I cannot have a child. I have been married nearly three years." —Mrs. Car rie Phillips, Anna, 111., Dec. 1, 1897. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham— I did just as you advised me, and now I am the nappy mother of a fine baby girl. I believe I never would have had her without your Vegetable Compound."— Mrs. Carrie Phillips, Anna, 111., Jan. 27, 1899. Proof that Falling of the Womb la Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham — When T wrote to you some time ago, I hsd been suffering from falling of the womb for many years without obtain ing relief. Was obliged to wear a bandage all the time ; also had bad headache and backache, felt tired and worn out. After taking six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and four boxes of Liver Pills, I discarded my bandage and have not had to wear it since. I am .entirely cured."— Mrs. J. P. Troutman, liox 44, Hamilton, Ohio. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham —For nearlv two years I was unable to work. I was very weak and could not stand on my feet but a few minutes at a time. The doctors said I had falling and in flammation of the womb. I began to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and after using five bottles 1 reel like a new woman."— Mrs. P. N. Blake, Confluence, W. Va. The commissioner of labor and in dustry of Kansas served notice on all contractors in the state, of his inten tion to fulfill his duties as provided by law, in enforcing the eight-hour work flay on all public works. BLIND FROM INFANCY. This Girl la Now Widely Known aa a Writer and Lawyer. Although handicapped by blindness from Infancy, the accomplishments of Miss Blanche Fearing, of Chicago, In the world of letters and the legal pro | fession, have given J 9 •!! " hm. n noma tk.t MISS FEARING. . • I j I York Timoa - her a name that would be an honor to one endowed with all his facul ties and possessed of all facilities for pursuing an educa tion from early childhood. I 1 Miss Fearing Is a dual success In her dual professions of author and lawyer. She began to be an author before she turned her attention to the pursuit and knowledge of the legal trade and what 1 she once began she quickly carried to a successful Issue. Miss Fearing was born and passed her childhood In Iowa. She wrote her first poem at the age of 8, and when 12 years old had composed a sufficient number of verses to fill a good-sized volume. Miss Fearing decided to add the lawyer's laurels to her author's chaplet. She left Iowa for Chicago and Immediately entered upon a course of instruction In preparation for legal practice. She entered Union College as a student of law and her skill in ac quiring the rudiments of knowledge quickly brought her Into prominent no tice. Upon completing her course, she opened an office in Chicago and has met with success. Her literary labors have not been neglected for the cares and requirements of the law, and she re cently placed before the public a novel which has met with high approval from the critics. NEWSPAPER READING Room that Is Said to Be the Largest in the World. The reading room for newspapers and periodicals in the library of Con gress, under the direction of Superin tendent A. B. Slawson, Is said to be the largest newspaper reading room in the world. Five hundred American daily newspapers and 100 foreign pa pers, mostly dnilies, have been sub scribed for. The files are being ar ranged alphabetically by States and countries for the benefit of visitors from different parts of the United States and from other countries, so that they can find their borne papers without difficulty. Heretofore the newspapers were not open to the pub lic and had to be called for and sent out like books. Every State in the Union is represent ed, with all the colonial possessions. The Manila Freedom has not yet ar rived, but the Hawaiian Gazette Is on file, with newspapers from Cuba and Puerto Rico. South and Central Amer I , , . ica are liberally represented because of the frequent demands of Congress man for newspapers from those sec tions. Trade papers are included In the South American assortment. The papers are kept on a newspaper file invented expressly for the library by Bernard It. Green, superintendent •f the building, by means of which the latest Issue is slipped iu and back num bers slipped out by releaslug a metal band, and without tearing or creasing the papers. The weekly and monthly periodicals number about 2,000.—New ,ul " 1 band ' It Wan Cruel. She wns really very timid. And was be quite sure it would not hurt her? It was so annoying to be suddenly frightened. A dead open and sbut brace game of security from harm? How nice! No, she did not under stand exactly, but. as sbe had never, never seen a real, live, red bat, sbe might take just one peep, just a peep, into the cute little box he had iu hla ' j ; ' 1 I I ; I I , ! Would the bat really wink Its twin kling, batty, beady bugles at her, and squeak a little squeaky squirt of a squeak! How funny he was. Mercy! Don't open the box yet. Give her time to prepare herself. Yes, he could bold her hand as an as surance of bis presence, and support, if necessary. No squeezing, though. Now, open the lid so carefully that the little bat ennnot fly out, aud tear her fluffy flufflets. And she was sold ns a Greek slave In the market place of the streets of Cairo by a brickbat An Engineering Triumph. One of the latest triumphs In the en gineering world consists In the con struction, shipment by stenmer, and subsequent transfer to railway trans portation of a steamer of 4,200 tons' displacement, which was finally put afloat In Lake Baikal, Siberia, not less than 5,000 miles from St. Petersburg. .Australian Opal Mines. Opal mining is one of the latest Aus tralian mineral Industries. The prin cipal opal mining center is White Cliffs, where the gem has been found in highly paying quantities and of the richest quality, within a radius of ten miles, and a population of 1,500 or thereabouts Is settled there. Water Bard to Heat. Water is the hardest of all substances to heat, with the single exception of hydrogen gas. The easiest two are mercury and lead, which stand in this respect on nearly the same footing. When a man fusses, his wife doesn't care so much that he is displeased as sbe fears that the neighbors will bear him. After all, nearly everything Is knock* fA down tn the highest bidden, There la a pessimistic tone in Eng- j lish labor affairs owing to the demand of the railway workers for an eight hour day. A great national strike is expected. Onr Nation'« Wealth. The material w ealth and strength of onr nation is in iron, the most useful of all nat,on 1,1 ir<)11 ' , J" 8 r. metals, just as the wealth ofa human being J - lies in a useful stomach. If yon have over worked yours, try Hostetter's Stomach I Hitters. It will relieve the clogged bowels, improve the appetite and cure constipa tion, dyspepsia and biliousness. Twelve hundred union cigar makers are locked out In Boston; Mass., as > a result of a demand on the manufacture ers for an increase in rate of wages of certaln kinds of hand work, DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED By local applications, as they cannot reach the 1 diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by consti tutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hear 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 caused 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. Send for circulars; free. P. J. CHENET ft CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. Philadelphia bricklayers are negoti ating with their employers for an In crease of wages. The present rate is 45 cents per hour for an eight-hour day, and four hours on Saturday. Doe* Your Wife Suffer? Ladles suffer terribly from constipation, sick headaches, Cascarets Candy Cathartic giv« quick relief. Keep a boa handy. All druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c. The big printers' fights in Pittsburg, Kansas City and New York are still on, with both sides in this struggle between labor and capital remaining stubborn. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAT. Take Laxativs Bromo Quinine Tablets. Ali druggists refund the money if It falls to cura. E. W. Qrove'e signature Is on each box; 26c. The O. R. T. has been giving the Colo rado & Southern Railroad some free advertising of late in the way of adver tising a general boycott of Its line. Fence and Iron Works. PORTLAND WIRE ft IRON WORKS. WIRE and iron Fencing; of flee railing, etc. 234 Alder. The Iowa state senate has passed a bill providing that operators shall at I no time withhold to exceed two weeks wages of miners. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during tne teething period. By a law passed in 1899, eight hours work in any calendar day is the limit , allowed on any kind of public work j n ç a ijf orn i a I know that my life was saved by Plan's Cure for Consumption.—John A. Miller, Au Sabie, Michigan. April 2L 1895. LABOR NOTES. A Machinists' Union has been organ ized in Hamilton. Washington unionists sent money to the dependents of miners killed at Car bonado. | The Missouri supreme court knocked ° 11 ^ the anti-department store law that ' was passed a year ago. Several thousand cabmen are on a strike in Naples, Italy, because automo biles have Invaded the city. Vancouver T. & L. Council is arrang ing to publish a labor paper. Two hun ' dred subscriptions were reported at a recent meeting. j The brewers won two more notable ; victories, the largest breweries in New ' ark, N. J., and Brooklyn having union ized their plantB. 1 The Toledo, O., board of aldermen has unanimously decided that none but union bricklayers shall be employed in sewer construction. I Not a union bricklayer in North America is now working more than 9 hours a day, and in 130 cities the eight hour day prevails. I The Pittsburg printers' strike, like ; that in New York, has settled down to a contest of endurance. The boycott is proving effective against the scab I newspapers. I The Cramps, shipbuilders, are fight ing the eight-hour bill before congress. They also want the ship subsidy bill passed, and they are also fighting or ganized labor. The Ymir mine and mill, In Ymir, B. C., is the only one of the twenty min , ing properties that has refused to deal ! square with labor and pay the compro mise scale of wages. Owing to trusts 35,000 commercial a traveling men have been discharged in the United States, 25,000 have had their wages reduced and prices have vanced from 10 to 100 per cent. ad BESTFORTHE BOWELS If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the bowels every day, you're slclt. or will bo. Keep youi bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of violent physic or pill poison, is dangerous. The satoot -test, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels cloar and clean is to take CANDY i CATHARTIC ^ TRADE MANN Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Qrlpe. 10 e,.. . SOe Write for free sample, and booklet on health. Address «terllm, EnwS; CMw*f, CMm«* laOwt *•« Twt. Ms KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN FREAK ROMANCES. Last Year's Crop Labeled Love Stories for Convenience. ▲ woman in New York had her fiance arrested under a charge of theft and then married him. The New York papers told of a wife in New Jersey who was divorced by her husband and is now In the employ of .. oa ' jus second wife as cook. A woman In Cowley County, KansaB, recently sued for divorce from the man with whom she had lived for thirty years because he did not love her quite enough to give up the use of tobacco. An Atchison man is suing his wife for divorce because he found her ex amining mourning styles. Another man In this same county sued a woman for breach of promise. There Is a colony of men and women near Mason City, Iowa, called the Amana Society that Is bound to strict rules of celibacy. Two members, how ever, fell in love and were married. A St. Louis woman pretended that she was her husband's sister that he might secure a divorce and marry an other. A man of Independence, Kan., made his fifth trip to the altar with a woman who was on her third. Another New Jersey story is that of a mother who kidnaped her son on the eve of his wedding and the two are still recorded as missing. A man proposed while in bathing in Atlantic City. The two were married at once on the beach In their bathing clothes. It was told in August of a titled Vien na woman who learned of her sweet heart's death while dressing for her wedding. Three days later she married another man. A bridal party entered a London church while it was on fire and Insisted on the marriage being performed in spite of the flames and streams of water. A week or two ago the knot was tied for a Kansas man and a Missouri wom an on the Atchison bridge, the preach er's teeth chattering with cold as he read the service. An Englishman who had emigrated to Australia sent his sweetheart money for her passage. He met her husband at the gangway. She had married a passenger on the steamer. A Newburg, N. Y., girl was faithful while her fiance served a nine-year sen tence. The two were married at his release. For fifteen years a Polander In New York paid court and was finally ac cepted. The day before that set for the wedding she married his younger brother. An engagement that extended un broken over a period of fifty years end ed in marriage at Napoleon, Ohio, 1 b S eptember. The man was 80, the wom an 72. One of the scandals of the year was the case of William Sloan, who mar ried Miss Rose L. Edwards, of Boston. He was to be best man for his friend. George H. Boeck, but stole the bride. Tube workers get an increase of 10 per cent at McKeesport, Penn. M3 R fâ % m An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Svrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Svrup Co., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It Is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing the system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per manently, Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Syrup Co. only. In order to get Its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please ; remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KT. NEW YORK. N. Y. For sale by all Druggists.—Price 50c. per bottle. CORÏV WHEAT Win «ut-yield corn; will makt the B*m«k!%fl •faieai; has superior fattening qwalillMi wlu 901Y« th« problem of fattening Hog« andcattl* In 4 wheat country; should be «own 1 b the fPrtBg the «Ame a« wheat and will yield from 50 to too bushels per aore; the straw after It If thrashed has an oily substance and It it as food as hay. Frio« of s««d lrto per pound «f N hundred. Address 'f. J. IHIELBN A CO.. Moscow, Idol • W. H. ST0WELL & CO, « « Assayers, « ® And Dealers In Assayers* Supplies, « « ARTIFICIAL EYES, « « Spokane, Wash. « K. N. U. No. 11, liHtO. IK Use bv dnunriste. n^umption A JÏ0TED JUD GE SAVED BY PEBUflA. Had Catarrh Nine Years—All Doctors Failed. i 22 % m '■■»y. m m « 'm. HON. GEORGE KERSTEN, OF 0HI0AG0. Hon. George Kersten, a well-known Justice of the Peace, of Chicago says« "/ was afflicted with catarrh for nine years. My catarrh was located chiefly in my head. / tried many remedies without avail. I applied to several doctors, but they were not able to cure me. I learned of the remedy, Peruna, through the daily newspapers. After taking the remedy for 18 weeks / was entirely cured. I consider my cure permanent, as it has been two and a half years since I was cured. " Any man who wishes perfect health j must be entirely free from catarrh, Catarrh is well-nigh universal; almost omnipresent. Peruna is the only abso lute safeguard known. A cold is the beginning of catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure colds, is to cheat catarrh out of its victims. Peruna not only cures catarrh, but prevents it. | AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY GENERALLY We need your assistance In announcing to the world the OREATEST REMEDY that Science has ever produced, and you need our assistance to secure relief for yourself and friends through SWANSON'S "s DROPS." A ^RE*|U| p Q| inner mi BT As surely as the American Navy has con. ■ m Ei IVIK h# ■ iW E. Iwl Es quered and will conquer all that opposes It, so will "5 DROPS" unfailingly conquer all diseases like Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgin, Lumbago, Catarrh of nil kinds, ASTHMA, Dyspepsia, Backache, Sleeplessness, Nervousness» Weakness, ToothcdM, Bar ach«, Creeping Numbness, BronchMfc Liver and Kidney Troubles, etc., etc., or eny disease for which we NR omtnendtt. •* 8 DROPS'* Is the name and the des*. "B DROPS" Is paR lectlv harmless. It does not contain Salicylate of Soda nor Opiates in aa* form. The Child can use it as well as the Adatt. Bead carefully what Mr. !.. R. Smith, of El Dorado Springs, Mo., wriMB US under date of Nov. 27, 1899, also Martan Bowers, of Caraghar, Ohio» under date of Dec. 16th, 1899: *^ s m Ê^M 1 W Æ M NWE ww NN PJouralgia ! KrlbUIVIA I Id IVI I do not know how to [TKADB MARK.J "monththat ! would havet me an advertisement of your DROPS.** lreso been taking it for three weeks and bave not had an a.ttack of suffering since 1 took the first dose, a do* ..... " -----' *—sitivuly true. 1 shall also take pleasure in recommend« L- K. SMITH. El Dorado Springs, Mo., Nov. 27, 1889. Your "5 DROPS" came to hand on the 11th of last month and was glad to receive it for 1 was suf* ferlng at the time with untold agonies. The first cose helped me out of my pain on short notice. Bless the name of God for it. It will do all you say It will, and more too. 1 had severe pains all over my body, when night came 1 could not sleep. The worst pain was in piy left leg. 1 could not put my foot to the floor without suffering great pain. Have used four different kinds of medicine for RHEUM AT9HBC and got no relief until 1 got your " S DROPS," which gave me immediate relief as above stated. MARTAN BOWERS, Box 83, Caraghar, Ohio. Dec. 16, 189». A Ä to enable sufferers to grive "5 DROPS" at least a trial, we will send a sample bottle, pro* ÖV fLß #% Y Ö paid by mall for 85c. A sample bottle will convince you. Also, large bottles (300 doses) H.00,6 bottles for 86. Sold by us and agents. AGENTS Wj STEP In New Territory. Don't wait S Write now! SWAKSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO • ICO to 164 Lake St., CHICAGO. ILL. lleve It has saved my life. This statement ispositlvely tn Ing your *'5 DROPS" for the eure of REirRAlAllA. Willamette Iron and Steel Work» JAMES LOTAN, Manager, PORTLAND, ORECON MINING AND SAWMILL MACHINERY AND LOGGING ENGINES IRONFOUND2RS, MACHINISTS. 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Even some of its friends fear that it would not stand the attacks of corporation lawyers, and they express doubts that any law can be passed to curb the courts in issuing injunctions in times of strike. Of course, capitalistic courts will interpret constitutions and laws in the interest of capitalism. That's All families should provide them selves with a copy of Dr. H... a free book entitled "Winter Catarrh." This book consists of seven lectures oa catarrh and la grippe delivered at The Hartman Sanitarium. It contains the latest information on the treatment of catarrh diseases. Address Dr. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio. young meni CURES d*y«. CINCINNATI For Gonurrhu ________ « *ho ONLY inedii ine which will cure and every •oi*o. NO CASK known it ht»» ever fnii-j.i to cure, no ouuter how serious or of ho* long Auntiing. Hesult« fruir its use will ast. nL ; ii you. It is almolutely s*f% prevent« stricture, and can be taken v thout it.eonve licence and detention from huxinem. PKK E, fp.u»). Foe «ait* hv al! reliai 1c druinrist«. or «ent prepaid by iipam pJUuiiiy * rapped, on n oe.i t of price, by „ PaFsSt CHJ&illCAJL OO., ChxagOb UL Circular mailed ou request. CURE YOURSELF I Use Big G for uunatural dischareeR,iDfianimations v irrite tit'QH or ulceration« m»t to stricture. of mucous membranes, f Prevent* Contagion. Pain let»«, and not astrin* »the Evans Chemical Co. poisonous. I Sold »7 Druirgifiti* B or »ent in plain wrapper. l*y express, prepaid, for tl no, or 3 bottles, $2 75. Circular sent on reaue«t. MANY sick WOMEN Can easily trace their trouble to the blood, but that don't help, unless they find a remedy. IWoore's Revealed Remedy Purifies the blood—makes sick women strong and weil. $1.00 per bottle at the drug store. OR. GUNN'S", vn PILLS ONE FON A DOSE* Cure Sick Headache and Dys pepsia, Remove Pimples,Purify the Blood, Aid Diges tion, PTevcntBlllouKiiess. Do not G ripe or StcKen. To convince you, will mall «amp e f roc; full box.* 2 :»c. DR* BOSANKO CO*« Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by Druggist«. T reated Successfully Address DR. NIKUKIRK. Mouutsin Home. Id*' DROPSY natural, action, Class interests compel such Fired with enthusiasm at having succeeded in electing A. W. Puttee to the Canadian parliament, the trade union people of Winnipeg give it out solid that they are in politics independ ent of the old parties to remain, and they are now laying plans to capture the city government at the next elec tion.