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I had pains through my bowels,
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and aleepy all the time, was troubled
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Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot*
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tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures
Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and
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Address Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
Ambition is laudable, but sometimes
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tif^es the bowels each day in or.
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Acts gently on the liver and kidneys.
Cures sick headache. Price 25 and 50c.
Apples of discord are not a desirable
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New York city has 206 Veterans of
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^"W«rs and 15,000 of the civil war on the
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No time for repairs means destruction
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You are nervous, have a load on your
chest, are troubled with unaccountable
anxiety and forebodings of evil, and roll
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Towards, morning you have fitful naps
from sneer exhaustion, awake in a cold
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with a bad taste in your mouth and a
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It's your stomach, your liver, your bow
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The way to do It is *o use a mild, posi
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liver' Stimulant—Casearets Candy Ca
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late the bojvels perfectly, make all things
"iht as: they should be.
buy. and try Cascarets to-day. It's
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PUERTO RJCAN MATTER FIRST.
Senator Maaon Will Ben«w Effort* la
Behair of Boors—Doubt* a* to Statu*
.of Quay Report—Iioad Potter Reform.
—Sb Xoali Fain
Washington, March 20.—Pending ac
tion on the Puerto Rican problem two
appropriation bills on the calendar
Will receive attention In the senate this
week. These are the legislative and
the Indian bills. There is one amend
ment suggested to the legislative bill
by the committee on appropriations
whLh may arouse consldeiable debate
and open up the Philippine question.
This is the item providing for the es-.
tab'ishment of a hydrographlc office at
Manila. Opposition senators recognize
he possibilities of this amendment as
a basis for discussion, but they are not
Cully decided to avail themselves of it.
In connection with the Indian bill the
expenditures authorized to be made by
the Dawes commission probably will
Senator Mason has given notice of
renewed effort to get up his resolution
of sympathy with the Boers on Mon
day, but says he does not desire to
speak upon it. The senate leaders con
sider his. resolution unwise at this
There Is a difference of opinion as'to
whether, under the agreement to take
up the Quay resolution for considera
tion on April 3, it can be called up,
oven for speeches, in the interim. It .is
probable, however, that some addresses
may be presented on the subject dur
ing the present week if no other matter
presses for consideration. An effort
will be made by Senator Davis to get
up the Spanish claims bill.
In executive session there will'be an
attempt made to secure the confirma
tion of W. D. Bynum as appraiser at
New York, which attempt does not
promise to be immediately successful.
The Hay-Pauncefote treaty wyi be
considered if opportunity permits, but
the present indications are against an
Early move in that direction.
Monday is District of Columbia
day In the house. Tuesday the Loud
bill, relating to second-class mail mat
ter, will come up under a speoial order
seeing aside Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday for its consideration. Fri
day, under the rules, -will be given to
private-pension legislation unless that
order is superseded by the army appro
priation bill, which is on the calendar,
Gen. Joseph Wheeler may present
himself at the bar of the house to be
sworn in some time during the week.
So far as can be learned there is no
objection on either side to his admis
resignation as a brigadier-
general, in the army shall have been
accepted before he presents himself.
The case, however, may be referred to
The St Louis representatives are
for the world's-exposition Ut -si«9)rata
the centennial anniversary 'of the 'Lou
isiana purchase in 1903, but thus far
they have failed to secure the consent
of the powers that be in the house.
Rewards for Generals*
Washington, March 20.—Gen. Jo
Wheeler may be placed upon the re
tired list of the regular army, as it is
the intention of the president to ash
congress for special legislation giving
him authority to retire Gen. Wheeler,
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and Gen. Wilson,
with the rank of brigadier general. This
will be done, it is said, as a reward
for the excellent services of these three
officers, and in Gen. Wheeler's caBe be
cause of the friendship existing be
tween the president and the gallant lit
tle warrior. The Alabaman is, there
fore, in doubt whether he should, after
all, take his seat in the house. A,\ yr'-
Uncle gam Protector of Tntnllana.
Washington, March 20.—Commander
B. H. Tilley, commandant of the Pago
Pago coaling station, and senior offi
cer of tlite United States in the new
Samoan possession, has officially noti
fied the personal chief of Tutuila, on
which Pago-Pago harbor is'situated, of
the transfer of that and adjacent
smaller islands to the authority of the
United States, and promising protec
tion and assistance to the inhabitants.
Hegro Shot by a Mob.
Atlanta, Ga., March 20.—A mob oi
masked men, numbering about 150,
marched to the jail in Marietta at 1
o'clock Sunday morning, battered down
the door with crowbars, awakened John
Bailey, a negro charged with attempted
outrage, marched him to the center of
the courthouse square, and fired fully
fifty shots at him, leaving him for dead
in. the spot where he fell.
Manila, March- 20.—The militate,
commission appointed to try the'jLa
drone leaders, Morales and Gonzales,
who were accused of murdering Filipi
nos, has found the prisoners guilty and
sentenced them to be hanged on March
30 near BayMnbang. This action, is
intended to suppress outrages by bands
of outlaws, but as the Insurgents have
some sixty American prisoners in their
hands, they may retaliate.
Gen. Harnten Is Dead.
Madison, Wis., March 20.—Gen. Hen
ry Harnden, department commander of
the G.«A. R., died at 7:30 Saturday
night of pneumonia. He had a bril
liant military record, and commanded
the detachment that effected the cap
ture of Jeff D0''*-.
DINSMORE IS FOUND GUILTY.
Jury Recommends That t&a
Hypnotist Bet Hanged
Lexington, Ky., March 20.—Frank
Dinsmore was declared .guilty. of, the
murder ot Mrs. Dinsmore and Frank
Laue on Saturday, the Jury recom
mending that he be banged. Several
months ago Frank Laue of Odessa, .a
prominent grain merchant, who occu
pied a double house with: Frank Dinp
moro, .was* found dead In his bed, shot,
•through the brain. In the adjoining
jgoiji was Mrs."Frank Dinsmore He*
UMIU1 MUlMU UWU Wtuyuai
Dinsmore awoke neighbors at 3 o'clock
in tiie morning, Baying fcaue had com
mitted suicide, after inducing Mrs.
Dinsmore to take poison. Mrs. Laud,
who'soon after the crime was commit
ted married Dinsmore, confessed to
knowledge of the crime, and said Dins
more exercised some peculiar influence
over her which she was unable to re
sist, and she was unable to repeat her
story in court until she had been grant
ed permission to put on colored glasses
to shade her eyes from the glance of
HW0RE SMALL&OX-AT YALE.
William David lSrenuan, a Beuior,
Stricken with the Dlimia
New Haven, Conn., March 20.—Will
iam David Brennan of St. Paul, Minn.,
a senior in the Yale Sheffield scientific
3chool, who rooms in a students' board
ing house at 113 Wall street, a block
away from the Yale campus, is ill with
smallpox, making the fourth case
among Yale students in two weeks.
About a dozen students were boarders
at this house, but only two and the pa
tient are in the building at present.
Over 100 other students have left town,
among them thirteen students living
at the chapter house, In which Rufus
Parks of Washington, D. C., is con
fined, suffering from varioloid, for their
several homes. Parks was a boarder
in the house where Perkins, who was
first stricken, a week ago, resided, and
it is from that source he developed the
symptoms of smallpox. Besides Bren
nan and Parks, four other students are
now Quarantined. Brennan is one of
the leading athletes in Yale university,
and he is said to be about the fastest
mile runner at Yale. None of the cases
is &t all serious.
KILLS GIRL AND mMSELF.
Harried Alaa Jealous of Boy's Intimacy
wltH His MlstreNti.
Chicago, March 20.—Moris Goldflus
shot and killed Jennie Lisb Saturday
night at the hotel Vendome and then
killed himself. Both were well known
In the Jewish community thereabout.
The murderer was 27 years old and the
girl was 15. He was married. They
had registered as. S. Cohen and wife.
They had been keeping up their liaison
for some time, unsuspected by Gold
flus' family. Jealousy over the girl's
intimacy with a boy of her own age is
believed to have caused the tragedy.
Burglars 'Play Bagtlme Tunes.
Chicago, March 20.—Musically in
clined burglars entered the home of
Mrs. Annie Roberts, 8G3 Carroll ave
nue, Sunday afternoon, during her ab
scence. Strains of "I'll Leave My Hap
py Home for You," "All I Want Is My
Black Baby Back," and many other
ragtime ditties were heard issuing
from the home, and persons living in
the vicinity believed that Mrs. Rob
erts was entertaining company. When
she returned home she found her hot^se
in confusion. A piano cover and
Attmoatiy laboring to secure conaidera- ference of a number j^f leaders in the Propsy treated it
tion for a bill apropriatln& "Brckwn demo'cratic faction to~determine" Xttettla,
were all that was missing, but the bur
glars had made a thorough search for
richer booty. ..
Brown Damoamta Ready for
Louisville, Ky., March 20.
-At a con-
ti.e future of -the political crowd
known as the anti-Goebel democratic
organization, it was unanimously
agreed that the state central committee
of the Brown democrats should assem
ble as soon as possible and make ar
rangements for a state convention for
the purpose of electing delegates to the
national convention at Kansas City,
July 4. ,-:'y
Short In His Account*.
La Crosse, Wis., March 20.—A. O.
Black, postmaster, merchant and town
treasurer of the village of Holmen, in
this county, was arrested Saturday
evening, charged with embezzlement.
Black was at one time treasurer of
many religious organizations and se
cret societies.- Recently his busines3
fell off, and the funds belonging to the
government, county and village were
used. The shortage will amount to
Cats Oat Old Ballet with an Ax.
Lone Tree, Iowa, March 20—John
Carson, an old-time resident of this
place, accidentally shot himself in the
groin July 4, 1876. The surgeons were
unable to find the bullet. The wound
healed, but .Carson has bees troubled
more or less ever since with pain.
Sunday morning Carson was chopping
wood when accidentally he cut himself
severely Jn the calf of the leg, and
from the wound the old bullet dropped.
Dies at the Age
ot 119. •,
Knoxville, Tenn., March 20.—Fannie
White died in the Home for Friendless
Negro Women Sunday. The certified
records show, her age as 119. She was
a daughter of a Cherokee Indian chief
in North Carolina, and left the tribe
when the westward movement of the
race began. She claimed to have been
a servant in the family of Andy John
son when he was a child.
French Parliament to Adjournp"4
Paris, March 20.—It is expected that
the French parliament will be pro
rogued on April jB until May 15 to al
low the ministers to receive royal vis
itore to the exposition.
Kokomo Woman Weighed 5S0 Ponnds.
KokOmo, Ind., March 20.—Mrs. Lula
Greycraft, the largest woman in In
diana, died suddenly at her home in
Russiaville Sunday, aged 32 years. She
was sitting at a table with her hus
band, Joseph Greycraft, playing domi
noes, when she fell from hef chair
dead. Her weight was 550 pounds.
Elghteen-Tear-bld Boy Killed, boxing.
Santa Cruz, Cal., March 20.—Frank
Cass, 18 years old, was killed at Levi
Lakes Sunday In a friendly boxing
bout With Bert Whidden. In the eighth
round Whidden struck Cass with a six
ounce glove on the left side of the neck.
Death resulted in half an hour. Cass
weighed 170 pounds, being^ twenty
poupds. heavier than Whidden.
City of LonlttUl* Beseaed.
Hit Joseph, Mich., March 20.—The
.aterijmer City of Louisville, which had
bejei?, fast in the ice fields some •Ave
mllea off this shore some thirty-six
hours,^arrived in the harbor here at 4
HB LIKES w£sTl£ftN CANADA.
Duhamel, Jan. 24, 1900.
Dear Sir and Friend—We had a
lucky trip, made good connections and
got to Wetaskiwln Monday afternoon
stayed there all night, bought a pony
and saddle for the boy and hired a
three-seated rig for tbfe 'balance of us,
and got home to dlhner next day
caught the boys cleaning up and get
ting ready to come after us. Wednes
day the snow was all gone an (J we had
bare ground and bright sunshine for
a month, and it has been pleasant
weather ever since. The ground is
frozen about two feet and about six
inches of snow—just enough for good
sleighing. We had one cold spell in
December. The thermometer went
down to 32 below zero, but we did not
suffer with the cold at all. We have
.worked every day all winter, are all
well and feeling well have built a log
house 18x18, two log stables 16x18, and
are now busy on a well. We have 10
cows, three other cattle and six head
of horses. The boys send their best
respects to Mr. Huchison, and say they
will talk to him enough to pay for not
writing when he gets up here will
write you again next spring and tell
you all about the winter. We all
unite in sending you and family our
best wishes and respects and hope this
will find you all welL
Yours very respectfully,
(Signed) THOMAS TATE,
Duhamel, Alberta, Canada.
P. S.—It has not been down to zero
this month. It is 22 above now.
The man in a hole is not apt to take
abroad view of thinps.
Coughing Leads to Consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
at once. Go to your druggist to-day
and get a sample bottle free. Sold in
cent bottles. Go at oncc
delays are dangerous.
Vigilance is frequently the price of
"Oh I How Happy I Am."
"HOW HAPPY I AM to be able to
say that I am free from pain after five
years of severe suffering from neu
ralgia," writes Mrs. Archie Young, 1817
Oaks avenue, West Superior, Wis. "I
am so thankful to be able to say that
your '5 Drops' is the best medicine I
ever got in my life. When I received
it from you last November, I used some
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me. It is impossible to explain how I
was suffering from neuralgia. I thought
no one could get worse and that death
would soon come. I was very weaa,
and I hardly thought I could live to
see my husband come back from his
daily labor. Now I can say that I am
free from pain, my cheeks are red, my
appetite is good and I sleep well all
night Many of my friends are sur
prised, and say they will send for some
'5. Drops.'" Sample bottles of this
Wonderful remedy 25c, large bottles,
containing 300 doses, |1.00. For In
formation write Swanson Rheumatic
Cure Co., 164 E. Lake street, Chicago.
Men used-to bury their money, now
they sink it.
Piso's Cure for OoDirtimption has been a God
send to me.—Wm. BwMcClellan, Chester, Flor
ida, Sept. 17, 1895. I
Food for thought is not suited for
Dropsy treated free by Dr. H. H. Green's
Ga. M'he gTRtbut dfopsy
specialists in the world. Read their adver
tisement in another column of this paper.
Wealthy Russians, after death, seek
repose in glass coffins.
It is the only cure for Swollen,
Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet,
Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes: At all Druggists and Shoe
Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
One pound of cork will support an
ordinary man in the water.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not
stain the hands or spot the kettle.
Do not sacrifice your principle what
A KNOCK OUT
There is more disability and
than any other muscular ail
St. Jacobs .Oil II
has found it the easiest and
promptest to cure of any form
been rescttefl by the tug Andy of the
tirabam' & Morion liM,
DR. ARNOLD'S COUGH
CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
At Drunlftta, or we
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SUOO per bottle.
I BIO FOUR
ytoMi 150 bu.»fir an, sai jaa
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E I I N A
The Chief Justice of Samoa Says
Perona is The Very Best Catarrh Cure,
Court Soom Scene where Judpe Chambers maintained the supremacy of the United States in Samoa.
la a recent letter to The Peruaa Medicine Co., Chief Justice Chambers says tbe following of Peruna:
"I have tried one bottle of Peru na, and I can truth
fully say it is one of the best tonics ever used, and
I take pleasure in recommending it to all sufferers who
are in need of a good medicine. I can recommend it as
one of the very best remedies for catarrh
HARMLESS IF YOU USE
Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria toth begin the some way,
in a sore throat doctors are frequently unable to
dioimnse them aorrectly uiitil tbe disease has
developed. MIICU-SOLVENT cures tbe tSfc
throa* and absolutely prevents devel
opment by destroying the germ.
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The a idressus of all Federal
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June 3 8T4, no mutter
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W. L. DOUGLAS
83 A 3.SO SHOE8
Worth S4 to $6 compared.
f\ with other makes.,
Indorsed by over
Save W. L. I
DougW ^name and price I
stamped on bottom. Take!
no substitute claimed to bo
as good. Your dealer
should, keen them—Md
not,"we Will sendajuOrJ
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extra for carnage. State kind of leather,
size, and width, plain or cap toe. Ca€ free.
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE GO., Brockton, Mm
FOR 14 CENTS!
We wish to pain thiejear 900|9C6'
new oastomers, and ence offer I
1 Pkg Earl'tft Emerald CncnmbeH6o 1
btrawberry Melon, ISo
13 Day Radish, 10o
Early Ripe Cabbage, lOo I
Karly Dinner Onion, lOo I
Brilliant Flower Seeds, 16o
Worth $1.00, for
1£ eenia. $1,MI 1
Above 10 Fkgs. worth $L00» we will
mail yon free, tog ether with oar 1
telling all about 1
oponrecerpt of this notice A|4ct 1
•tamps. We invite yonrtrade, and
^4, know when yon once try Salter's
Sseeds you will never do without.
*#$00 Prizeson Salter's1VO0—rar*
est earliest Tomato Giant on earth, wan—
JOHN A. 84LZBK BKED CO., LA CRORSK, WIS.
W.N. U., Des Moines, No 12—1904
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