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^W "'"-c c-'S-v:- Vv^*/V I I I ' ! r I Mrs. Hughson, c letter follows, is anc position who owes hei | - Lydia E. Pinkham's "Dear Mrs. Pink ham:?I sufl weakness and bearing-down pains, tite was fitful, and I would lie a\ until I seemed more weary in the n leading one of your advertisements XL Pinkham's Vegetable Compoi ean describe the good it did me. besides building up my general he not of my body, and maae me feel Mrs. Pinkham's medicines are cert Mrs. M. E. Hughson, 347 East Ohic Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordina Apparently trifling incidents in ' ? displacements of the womb. A slip on standing at a counter, running a sew: ordinary tasks may result in displaoemc The first indication of such troub! Dont let the condition become chron: that yon can overcome it by exercise 02 More than a million women have 1 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound If the slightest trouble appei write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn timely words from her will show dvice costs you nothing, but it mi Mrs. Lelah ( health to women who t She worst forms of female complaint bade, falling and displacement of the v all troubles of the uterus or womb. It uterus in the early stage of developme ens humors. It subdues excitability, entire female system. Its record of : -uhould be relied upon with confidenc ennn FORFEIT if w cwnotfnrtw WvllUU abovevwtlmonlals, vhioh viUjiroi if Saw mills rajv . The DeLoaeh Patent Variable Friction Feed V. 7' ' fw Mill with.4 h p. cuts 3,000 feet yer day. All Wy.'f -- " eases and prices to suit DeLoaeh Shingle Mills, Sdaers, Trimmers. Planers; Corn and Buhr It'; Mills, Water Wheels, Lath Mills, Wood Saws. S^T'. Oer handsome new Catalog will interest >ou. jgf OeLoach Mill Mfg. Co.. Box S34. Atlanta, Ga ?f| Cotton Gin |p Machinery i ii ?l BBaaMHaBBR PRATT. MUNGER. lip WINSHIP. EAGLE. SIMTH. j Wo auulo tfeo mot: complet# Hue ui uy i >' oMMors m tbe world. Wo Also make If: ENGINES and BOILERS, , p| UNI ERS tor OIL MILL*. ^ Ut Mm ererytfcwc aoeoea about a cotton Gin. Write for Illustrated CataJogue. I Continental Gin Co., || Birmingham, Ala. I ft Dropsy! - I? f Removes an sweuing m oivm / days; effects a permanent care >k. in 30to 60 days. Trialtreatment given free. Nothingcan be fairer liEwMW Write Dr. H. H. Gresnfc Sons. Specialists, Box B Atlanta, Gfc f This is What Yon Want! j , Have You Any Malarial Troibles? T>o yon want to get well and get well quick ? If so, ?*end - PostolSee order for fifty cents to tfa? ? REGAL MEDICINE CO.,fit Stamford, Gone., % for medicine and directions. A qnick and certain cure guaranteed in c.11 cases of malaria, chills and ftrerdr.nio a-ue and intermittent fever. trealt eye*, uc Thompssn's Eyo Water m &* fev": v mu ' .. - .* i . I tfher woman in hip"h ,v"w *" <3> * health to the use of Vegetable Compound. "ered for several years with general caused by womb trouble. My appelate for hours, and could not sleepy lorning than when I retired. After I decided to try the merits of Lydia md, and I am so glad I did. No one I took three bottles faithfully, and alth, it drove all disease and poison I as spry and active as a young girl, ainly all they are claimed to be. ? > St, Chicago, I1L ry Tasks Produce Displacements, woman's daily life frequently produce the stairs, lifting during menstruation, ing machine, or attending to the most mt, and a train of serious erili is started. La should be the signal for quick action. Lc through neglect or a mistaken idea r leaving it alone. egained health by the use of Lydia ?, m ars which you do not understand , Mass-, for her advice, and a few r you the right thing to do. This ay mean life or happiness or both. Stowell, 177 Wellington ingston, Ont., writes: ts. Pdtkhah: ? You are indeed a amen. and if they all knew what for them, there would be no need ng out miserable lives in agony. L ior years with bearing-down pains, nervousness, and excruciating headw bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham*s able Compound made life look ad promising to me. I am light and . and I do not know what sickness . I now enjoy the best of bealtn." <ydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable ?n always be relied upon to restora hu? suffer. It is a sovereign cure for s,?that bearing-down feeling, weak Tomb, inflammation of the ovaries, and ; dissolves and expels tumors from tho nt, and checks any tendency to cancer* nervous prostration, and tones up tho urea is the greatest in the world, and ith produce the original letters and signatures of ro their absolute gennlnaaesft. a X. Pinkham Medicine Co., X.ynn, Mas*. VERY APPROPRIATE. Some kind friends were going to erect a column of marble over the deceased jokesmith. "Here is a fine piece," said the dealer. "Why, that's a funny column," replied the friend, gazing at the peculiar carving. "Well didn't you say he was a jokesmith?"?Chicago News. PUTTING HER RIGHT. Aunt Margaret?They tell me Florence is your fiance. Dick?No such thing; what stories folks do tell! She and me is engaged, | and that's all there is to it?Boston Transcript. AGAINST HER PRINCIPLES. "Mrs Alimony contemplates another divorce." I'm not suprised. She won't let any husband become permanently identified with her."?Judge. A WOMAN'S MISERY. Mrs. John LaRue, of 115 Paterson Avenue, Paterson, N. J., says: "I was troubled for about nine years, and 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 household , 3 IS? J ? ? /\?i /% TTT AMA Krvo/i (luues &QU lie UUWll. xucic nac ucauaches, dizziness and blood rushing 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. 50 cents per box. Foster.Uiibum Co., Buffalo, N. Y. I p* Getting Out the <t> PrpciUpnf'c IMpcc^WA JL 1VJ1UW1U J IIIVJJU^V O Under Guard W^WttWk kfel'H&t >: ^ i sishbtiM ^RESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S recent message, like the I-* other Piesidents' messages x*/-*- v*/ which have gone before it. was the source of the greatest anxiety to those concerned in putting it in its final form, in order to prevent any possible "leakage" before the appointed day of its delivery. From the time it leaves the White j PRINTING THE MESSAGE IN CARRIES MESSAGE TO CAPITOL. House to oe put in type aud printed for the use of Congress untii e printed copies are placed on the desks of Congressmen and Senators in the Capitol, it is closely guarded, and every step in the process is carried on under the vigilant eyes of inspectors appointed for the purpose. There have been occasions, or, at least, one occasion, when the President's message was printed in a newspaper before the day of its delivery to Congress, but the fault did not lie in the Government printing office. When the original copy is received there it is cut up into very small "takes," or sections, only one to each compositor, and he puts it into type with an inspector standing alongside his case. The Government printing office has not yet introduced typesetting machines, and the composition is ail done by hand in the old-fashioned way. When the forms are put on the press a guard stands by each machine and watches it so closely that not a single sheet could be abstracted. Indeed, all the waste and incomplete sheets pulled from the press while it is being made ready are preserved. Not a scrap of In the Pu tg&s&^Wz&iiSz^ Announcement has been made, semiofficially, at t. Louis, that Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartoris will be selected as President of the Board of Lady Managers of the St. Louis Exposition in place of Mrs. John Blair. Mrs. Sartoris the daughter of General U. S. y : * - ?* '* '* * ' 7Of* paper of any kind can be remove and while the presses are at work < the message no one is allowed to ent the room except the printers and t guards. When the edition is printed it go to the folding room, where women a employed to assemble the sheets ai stitch them together. There also ti work is done under vigilant guard: i one is allowed to leave the room tin the work is completed, and every she must be accounted for. Neither the nor in the composing room ".re the ei ployes allowed to carry on any co versation.?New York Mail and E press. Li red to a Good Old Age. Several medical men were discus ing queer phrases of their professio when the subject of twins came u "It is generally believed by both tl j laity and the medical profession ; said Dr. B. A. Hoover, of Wright | ville, who was one of the party, "th; THE NEW GOVERNMENT PRI TYPESETTERS AT WORK ON T I where twins or triplets are born th< [ have unequal chances to survive i j the race of life on account of havir been unequally endowed by Natui i with physical strength. A notable e: ception to this was proven the oth< day near York, when the last one < triplets died at the age of eight; six years, the two others having die two and six years ago, aged eight; four and eighty years, respective! They were of the Strickler familyname which abounds in York Count; David, the brother, who was boi last, died first, ancl Mary, who wj born first, survived the longest Mai was married to Harry Gross, while tl other sister, M&gdalena, was marrit to Henry Quickie. This notable tr spent their days in the peace and qui of country life, which probably add( i to their longevity."?Philadelphia Re ord. Of the 37,000 inhabitants of Vladiv stock, 25,000 are Russian soldier There are also 3000 Japanese resident of whom 233 are merchants and 2( laundrymen. Mic Eye. l^gllspP^:i ST SARTORIS. f Grant, and her selection has been e thusiastically received, as Mrs. Su toris is regarded as a daughter of Mi souri. General Grant was for mui years a citizen of Missouri and a re; dent of St. Louis. i d SWIMMING MIT1 on .C1[ Duck's Web Foot Closely In itated in Rubber. es Mechanical aids to swimming ha re been invented galore, but most of the id are too cumbersome, or complicated, lie be an unalloyed joy to the user. T no swimming mitt, illustrated herewil til however, is simplicity itself, and if et device is desired for rendering t re stroke more powerful, or enabli ii- greater speed to be attained, it won n- seem to fill all the requirements, s- consists of a mitt of light, flexible tr terial. such as rubber, oil-silk or wati proof texthe, and of ample size to for webs between the fingers of ihe hai ;s* when stretched or spread to their i n? most. The mitt is approximately P- pear form, and is provided at the sin; end with a wristband of rubber to foi a tight joint about the wrist, so as s- exclude air and water, this being esse at tial to the proper fo? matiou of the wel NTING OFFICE UNDER GUARD. HE MESSAGE, EACH UNDER GUAR jy between the fingers of the hand wh in the mitt is in use. After slipping < tg the mitt it is necessary to exhaust t re air by simply doubling up the hand a s- pressing the parts ?-f the mitt togethi &r which causes the opposite faces of t of webs to come together, the pressure y- the water and atmosphere being cat _ MITT FOB SWJMMBR. ble of maintaining them in this po tion. Indeed, so effectively does t mitt cling when once put on that it only by stripping it off that it can removed. The Way of the World. When Thackeray was in this count he called on General Scott, full of a miration for his remarkable campai in Mexico and eager to hear the wi rior explain, how battles were foug and fields were won. "Well, now know all about it," remarked a frie as the novelist returned from a ti hours' tete-a-tete with the soldi "Not at all," replied Thackeray, with twinkle in his eye. "The general tak no interest in strategy. I found th literature was his forte." New Acetylene Burner. A new acetylene burner, which it claimed gives an efficiency double th of the twin injector acetylene jets h been patented In France. It consis of a central tube which carries a 2 [T' NEW ACETYLENE BT7BNEB. IS- ____ ly flame burner of be ordinary tyf >i- while the side tubes support Buusi burners whose flames play on t edges of the central one. ' [\ SOURCES OF THE PEERAGE. a. : Ancient Lineage? Pooh! Pooh! Look Here, Says Labouchere. i vfc "Progrers is revolution in disguise ,se and by degrees," a well known tory t0 has recently said, "it is destined to make the peers powerless and the -jj poor prosperous." The description K will remind many of the phrase utterhe ed by Cromwell: "There will never ug be a good time in England till we ild have done with the lords." It ; What is the value of our peerage la- of today? Lord Beaconsfield answerer ed the question in "Coningsby" many m years ago: nd " 'Ancient lienage,' said Mr. Millit bank; T never heard of a peer with of an ancient lineage. T^he real old . all families of this country are to be ul found among the peasantry; the gentt0 ry, too, may lay some claim to old 1 ;n4 blood. I can point you out Saxon bs families in this country who can -w crace their pedigrees beyond the con- . i quest; I know of some Norman gentlemen whos fathers undoubtedly came over with the conqueror. But a peer with an ancient lienage is to me quite a novelty. No, no; the thlrj ty years' war of the roses freed us j from those gentlemen.- I take it after ! the battle of Tewkesbury, a Norman j baron wa3 almost as rare a being in j England as a wolf is now.' ; " T have always understood/ said >, ! Coningsby, 'that our peerage was the j finest in Europe.' | " 'From themselves/ said Millbank; " ? . i 'and the herald3 they pay to paint _ >: Aovfu'otrM* Pnf T Ctf\ frt . luca A^ui. * w ?wvw? j When Henry VII. called his first par* | liament there were only 29 temporal I peers to be found, and even some of j them took their seats illegally, for ' they had been attained. Of thosfe 29 -j not five remain; and, as the Howards, for instance, are not Norman nobility. We owe the English peerage to three 4 sources?the spoilation of the church, the open and flagrant sale of honora by the elder Stuarts and the boroughmongering of our own times. Those are the three main sources of the ex- 'J lsting peerage of England, and, la | my opinion, disgraceful ones."* | Lord Beacons field , might have added a fourth origin of the existing peer' age, to wit, the bestowal of honoze upon the mistresses of the kings and their illegitimate children. This decorous nation, therefore, delight3 to | honor those who have inherited -.'^ titles from such shameful sources.? * ; London Truth. ' i ?? D>' EASILY BELIEVED. "Many have said that if Longfellow eD were living to-day he could not sell on his poems," remarked the girl with the book. "I'm sure of It," replied the amateur er? poet. "Why, I haven't been able ?to sell mine."?Philadelphia Record. of >a* ? FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervousness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great herveBestorer. fc2triai bottle and treatise free ? T.j rai > ?k o* DK<U Da JJr. Jtfc. H. IVI.IJB, LIU*, iWifliuuov., * ihiwi^w 1 Some men make enemies instead ?f friends oecause it is less trouble. y Hand Power Hay Press $28.00. Greatest, simplest, best invention of the age. A boy can make regular sixed 14xlSx 48 in. bales like fun, and two boys can bale three tons per day easily; SEND THIS NOTICE TO-DAY ' to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, i Wis., with 5c. stamps for mailing, and get ? ; their big catalog, fully describing this great i Hay Press, so also hundreds of tools and ! thousands of varieties of Farm and Vegej table Seeds. [A.C.L.] I It is easy to put on a bold front if yen have good backing. . , . ' Mrs. WIbsIow's Soothing Syrup for children teething, soften the gums, reduces inflammation .allays pain,cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle A short sighted man always expects his g. neighbor to look through his glasses h ? I do not believe Piso's Core fo>Consumpij tion has anequai for coughs and colas.--Joaor F.Eoyab, Trinity Springs, IncL, Feb. 15,1900. | When it comes to drawing conclusions | all women are natural born artists. . . 1 German Heart*. Diseases of the heart have been on ?3 the increase in Germany in recent ?r. years, one person in every seven being jjj afflicted. Influenza, alcoholism and exou cessive addiction to bicycling and other n(j sports are named by Dr. Steckel as the Y<j chief causes. . .- ^ er' Statt or Ohio, City or Toledo, ? * i a Lucas.County. f * 01 Fbanz J. Cheney make oath that he li . senior oartner oi the Arm of F. J. Chkyey t ia* Co.,doin'? basiness in the City of ToledtL r County and State aforesaid, anl thtt said firm will pay the sum of one hundbed dollars for each and every oase of catarrh tiat ; cannot be cured by the use of Haul's i Catabeh Cube. - Frank J. <. heket. t. i Sworn to before me and subscribe! in ay . . presence,this 6th day of Dece nbei; al j az\u > a. d., 1&j6. a. "w. Gleason, ai ' ?v?' Notary Public. * . Hall's tJatarr h Care Is takea I iter a illy, aal acts directly on the blood and mucous sar^ faces of tne system. Send for testi uool vis, \;r/. ? tree. F. J. Cheney & Co., 1'oiedo, 0. Sold by all lirugsrists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. The United States now has-three * cities of more than a million inhabitants, but the fourth, St Louis, has about 600,000. *vjjj Savings deposits in Chicago banks have passed the $100,000,000 mark. la the past year they have increased more \ than $22,000,000. - rfrf Put.nam Fadeless Dyes color more goods, per package, than others. The trouble about people who borrow 'sj trouble is thev alwavs uav it back. . . Q Engineering in Montana. Henry I. McDaniel, ex-City Engineer of Atlanta, now in charge of Government engineering in Montana, sa>s that he contracted a terrible cough which no physician could relieve, but wts cured ? i Dy Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet >e ! Gum and Mullein. . x I Af /imtr<riats. 25c.. 50e. and $1.00 a bottle. ' , bi A girl has ii in her power to make any number of men happy for life?by declining to marry them.