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JAJSTtJA&Y 5, 1998, JMto* ' —fcfefc—Young Batkins really has a altts fo? composition, but he is an floor speller. s—Tell him to write a dialect fy. ft will be sure to prove a suc- Ttf GttUn-O. E — ~t your grocer to-day to show you trackage of G&A1N-O, the new food wttk that takes the place of coffee. IPhe children, mav drink it without lur;y as Well as the adult. All who V it like it. GRAIN-0 has that rich ftl brown of Mocha or Java, but it is fcde from pure grains, and the most licate stomach receives it without •tress. % the price of coffee. |6 dents and 25 cents per package. Id by all grocers. Tastes like coffee, lobs like coffee. A ral> tan He that knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool. Shun him. He that knows not, and knows that he knows not. is simple. Teach him. He that knows, and knows not that he knows, ia asleep. Wake him. He that knows, and knows that he knows is wise. Follow him. Charles Richmond fell asleep in a Bier mill at Neenah, Wls., and some Icksters painted his face with red and anfline. When he awoke his vis- Was like that of an Indian; in war Int. The doctors say that it will be ay months before the dye will wear tune's Family Medicine. doves the bowels each <iay. In order be healthy this is necessary. Acts atly on the liver and kidneys. Cures b : headache. Price, 25 and 50c. Reading should teach us how to seek I truth, meditation how to find it. JBhall recommend Piso's Cure for Con- Eption far and wide.—Mrs. Mulligan, "--'Had, Kent, England, Nov. 8,1895. twelve marriages out of 100 one of parties has been married before. CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. Ikej^axative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH 'sts refund the money if It fails tocure. 25o Greenland potatoes never get than marbles. No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents. ranteed tobacco bablt cure, makes weak men tig, blood pure. We, (1. All druggists. Iking is pronounced by doctors to healthful occupation—good for t disease and to some extent a sub- file for bodily exercise. btten eggs used in making cake sent a London baker to jail. He 1,465 unused bad eggs in his ba- | takes both grace and grit to bear 'ppointment well. "Oft-times a jewel gleams Where no one ever dreams." Tremfcmtorm Exodm to the Klondike. Despite tne warnings of those who have been on the spot, and predict' suffering in the Klondike region, thousands of adventurous Americans are wending their way thitherward. All of them should be provided with that medicinal safeguard, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which warms and nourishes the system, and prevents malaria rheumatism, kidney trouble, besides remedying liver complaint, dyspepsia and con stipation. The importation of dutiable food and drink articles into England' in November were valued at nearly $15,000,000, and for eleven months $120,000,000. In Olden Times People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; .but now that it is generally known 'that Syrup of Figs will permanently overcome habitual constipation, well- informed people will not buy any other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. Buy tho genuine, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. William Morose of Lisbon, Mich., aged 85 years, was married a few days ago to Miss Jennie Douglass of the same place, aged 16. Do You Danco To-Nlffht? Shake into your Shoes Allen's Foo* Ease, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bunions, Chilblains and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Address, AllenS. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Marseilles has a 107-year-old woman who still earns her living by keeping a newspaper kiosk. Don't Tolmcco Spit and Smoke Your Mfe limy. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be magnetic, full of life nerve and vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 50c or $1. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. He (at dinner, to his young wife)— My dear, I'm afraid your cook hook must have some misprints in it. When a man begins to move others he is generally called a "crank." iKILL OF Fifteen Years of Suffering. "I thought I should surely die." ft When the stomach begins to fail in ts duties, other organs speedily become effected in sympathy, and life is simply a purdea almost unbearable. Indigestion Jind dyspepsia are so common that only Ahe sufferer from these diseases knows P»ie possibilities of misery that inhere in 'them. A typical example of the sufferings l the victim, of indigestion is furnished an the case of John C. Pritchard. He went »n for fifteen years, from bad to worse. Sjtn spite of doctors he grew constantly •yeaker, and thought he would die. He r ot well, however, and thus relates his xperieuce: _ " For fifteen years I was a great sufferer (from indigestion in its worst forms. I Jested the skill of many doctors, but grew "worse and worse, until I became so weak [ could not walk fifty yards without having io sit down and rest. My stomach, liver, and heart became affected, and I thought I would surely die. I tried Dr. T. C. Ayer's ills and they helped me right away. I (continued their use -and am now entirely well. I don't know of anything that will ao quickly relieve and cure the terrible Bufferings of dyspepsia as Dr. Ayer's pills."—JOHN C. PRITCHARD, Brodie, Warten Co., N. C. This case is not extraordinary, either in the severity of the disease or the prompt and perfect cure performed by Dr. Ayer's Pills. Similar results occur in every case where Dr. Ayer's Pills are used. "They helped me right away" is the commoii expression of those who have used them Here is another testimony to the truth of this statement:. "I formerly suffered from indigestion and weakness of the stomach, but since I , nce began the use of Dr. J. C. Ayer's Pills I have the appetite of the farmer's boy. I 46 years of age, and recommend all wish to be free from dyspepaia to am who aa o one of Dr. Ayer's Pills after dinner, till their digestive organs are in, good order."— WM. STEINUE, Grant, Neb. Dr. Ayer's Pills offer the surest and swiftest relief from constipation and all Us attendant ills. They cure dizziness, nausea, heartburn, palpitation, bad breath. coated tongue, nervousness, sleeplessness, biliousness, and a score of other affection" that are, after all, ouly the signs of a more deep rooted disease. You can find more information about Dr. Ayer's Pills, and the diseases they have cured, in Ayer's Cure- book, a story of cures told by the cured. This book of 100 pages is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ay er Co., Lowell, Mass. In tho South. Cheap. Easy Terms. Free Oat. W.H.Crawford & Co., Boulberu Colunlxeri, NankvlUe, Tenn. MORPHINE and WHISKY HABITS. HOME CUKE. Book FKEH. UK. J. f. 1IOFHUK, l»aijollallldjj., CHICAGO, ILL, 22,000 Was earned In 5 years by one agent with our free outllt. You can, P. 0,1371, New York. ITU n D Q~ We want your stories, poems and J I nUlIu book MSS.; best prices: Inclose amp. Authors and Writers Union.Cuicago.Ill. NEWDISCOVERYjBivca quick relief and cures worst send for book of testimonials and IO days' fitment Free. Ur.ii. u. (uiUKK' ' TRIAL BOTTLE .SENT DB, TAFT BUb8.7ftUmBtM Kocuester, N. Y. SUTLER'S IEDIOATED IB no equal for the cure of CAT AUK U and LUNQ 8EASES. By mall, »1.00, ,H. SMITH Si CO., Props., Buffalo, Jf, Y, BUmioo o wo States giving genera) Inform- on ant) detailed descriptions of many fine farms rsale, wltu photogravures of bulldliiKS&sceiiery. JitFffe. Southern Farm Agency, Lynchburg, Va. Ill MACHINERY Illustrated catalogue showing WELL/! JEP8.JBOOK PRILLS, H VDRATrLIO '/ JlSrnNO MACHINERY, etc. FB?B. Heve been tested Wd M, THOMPSON GO,, , fiiftt If Sioux City Engine ft Iron Works f ; SI0UX CITY, IQWA, Sick and Nervous Head- scbes Pflgmw Cured In 30 Minutes, by A WINTKU SCENE. No more the scarlet mniilcs flash and burn Their beacon fires from hilltop and from plain; The meadow grasses and the woodland fern In the bleak woods He withered once again. The trees stand bare, ana uare each stony scar Upon the cliffs; half-frozen glide the rills: The steel-blue river like a sclmetar Lies cold and curved between the dusky hills. Like agate stones upon earth's frozen breast. The little pools of ice lie round and stir.; While sullen clouds shut downward east and west In marble ridges stretched from hill to hill. —Christopher P, Cranch. A shocking death, was met by D, R. Flemingi an employe in the Union Iron works at Youngstown, 0. A rod of red- hot iron was in some unexplained manner released from his'tongs, and penetrated his breast, passing out between his shoulders. At all druggists or sent ppst paid upon receipt of $1, FRENCH CHEMICAL CO, 356 Dearborn St., CUlcaijo, ill, PISCrS; CURE FOR KWW nwOK ey.' n«w iwlw _, ,j&fl8h8«:up.'Jt'ptoB'Qoun. pep la time. • Sold by druggists. CQN SUMPTION "A Perfect Type of the Highest Order of Excellence in Manufacture.'' Breakfast Absolutely Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. ..Costs Less THan OHE CENT a Cup.. Be su,re that youget the Genuine Article, made at DORCHESTER, MASS, by WALTER BAKER fc £0.144. ESTAPLISHIJ.D 1780. PATENTS i^ forlnventorfGuWs, fre«. NouUargo FH t BII1 9t forwgotiMius mitmtnoiJtawat^rouwb Dow'd When the late Neal £>ow was a young man he was chief of the volunteer fife department of Portland, Me. His activity In temperance reform made him unpopular with the liquor sellers, and they tried to get him removed. At a hearing of the matter one witness testified that Mr. Dow was arbitrary and reckless of the lives of the men. By way of Illustration, he said* that he was ordered by the chief to take the pipe which he was holding Into a place where he refused to go, telling the chief that no man could live there. On cross-examination he was asked: "What did Mr. Dow do then?" "Snatched the pipe from my hands and told me to clear out." "What else?" "He took it into the fire himself." At that point the case against the chief broke down. Coercion. Her Father—"Well, sir, how much oi a bank account-have you got?" Her Lover—"I have no bank account at all. My money. Is Invested in the stock of the trust company of which you are president. Now, if you refuse to let me have her I shall inform Mie public of the whole affair and people will be permitted to draw their own conclusions concerning your faith In the company's solidity." Her Father—'Young man, take her. We need you In this company." All on the Surface. Mr. Todgers—"Why do you think the Monsons are trying to make a bigger show than their circumstances warrant?" Mrs. Todgers—"Mrs. Monson wears a sealskin sacque, but I've never heard her petticoats rustle yet." No Stepmother for Her. "Papa," little Geraldine asked, "why do you want me to call Miss Bonnei 'aunty?'" "Because," the young widower absently replied, "she said last night she would be a sister to me." One on Birdie. "I bought this currant cake here yesterday and there were four dead flies on it," said Birdie McGinnis, putting the cake on the counter. "I am very sorry, miss, but if you will return the four flies I will give you four currants instead," replied the affable confectioner. Found for Once. Drummer—I presume your village constable is like the city policeman— never to be found when wanted? •Landlord Ruralvllle Tavern—Well, generally so; but he was found the other night by a couple of footpads who held him up, took his badge of authority, his clothes and everything else he had on his person except the gooseflesh and left him to run homo through the cold moonlight clad in his hot blushes and a barrel with both heads knocked out. What Was Broken, A recent issue of Life contains u short dialogue which will be appreciated by knights of the wheel. it is opened by a young man called Hobkins. "My brother bought a wheel here last week," he says, "and you said if anything broke you would supply a new part." "That's right," said the dealar. "What do you want?" "I want two deltoid muscles, a new set of knuckles and a kneepan." A Schemer. Landlord—"So your wife has decided to take the flat after all? She told me it was too small and cheap for her." Tenant—"Yes, I know, but being tired hunting I made her believe thai you objected to having children in the place and so she decided to take it just for spite." With the Wind. Adown the path in a merry race, With never a "cop" to mind 'em, Their cycle flew, in the sweet embrace Of a wind that blew behind them. Still side by side on the cycle way Of wedded life we flnd "em, And I know they often wish today That the wind still blew behind 'em. A Gopa Beginning, City Editor—"That now man's go* ing to make his mark, I think." Managing Editor—"Why?" City 3Editor~"ln writing up that col- llslon last night he didn't say the trains came together with an awful crash." ana Matte} 1 " Romantic ^laiden—Lftpk, UfFfyj such a beautiful sunget! Unroj. ft frfofl OF CtJftRENT Savaf ino Narlo of hock Stream, tf. ¥., would appear to be endowed with inore than the average credulity of his Innocent race, Inasmuch as he seriously expected one Guiseppe Blanco, & com* patriot, to deliver him a barrel of gold in consideration of $136, which he duly paid over, and for the return of which he is now suing. His business fault In the transaction was in not stipulating that the payment for the barrel should be taken out of It when it came to hand. Mark Twain writes to a Vienna newspaper that the recent Thanksgiving reception at the American legation of the American residents in the Austrian capital was a great surprise, because it disclosed the fact that there were twice as many Americans living In the city as had been generally supposed. According to Mark Twain's observations, the men were all medical students, the women all pupils of a noted pianoforte teacher. An underground tank, for the storage of wine, haa been cut In the side of a rocky mountain at Astl, California. The bottom and sides are cemented and glazed. It is 104 feet long, 34 feet wide and 24 feet high, and has a capacity of 600,000 gallons. AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS, We nre asserting in tho courts our right to the exclusive use of the word "CASTOKIA," and "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyonnls, Massachusetts, was thoorltfinntorof "PITCHER'S OAS- TORIA," tho same thnt has borno and does now boar the fac-slmllo signature of CHA&. H. PLETOHER-on every Wrapper. This'is tho original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has been used In the homes of tho mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully Bt the wrapper and see that It Is "tho kind you have always bought," and has tho signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on tho Wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chns. H. Fletcher Is President. Maroli 8, 1897. SAMUEL PITCHER, M. D. Ills WlieolR. Visitor—And he imagines that he sees ghosts all the time? How horrible! A.nd do they clank chains? Attendant—Ah, no! Madam will remember that this is the era of the ihainleas wheel. FARMER'S HANDY FEED COOKER. We desire to call our readers' atten- llon to the Farmer's Handy Feed -Xooker, which is sold at the low price ./f $12.50 for 50 gallon capacity. By feeding poultry and stock with cooked food during the winter months, at least one-third of the food is saved; also having stock in a healthy condition, preventing hog cholera among your hogs, and insuring the hens laying freely during the winter months when eggs are always wanted at high prices. This Cooker will pay for itself in one week's time and is without doubt the best and cheapest on the market—just what its name .Implies, a Farmer's Handy Feed Cooker. Upon application to the Empire Manufacturing Co.,015 H Street Qnincy, 111., a cat- alogue^g-ivinsr a full description, may be obtained. They are made in all sizes. Sealskin garments are likely to advance in price. In Behriug sea this season only 16,650 seals were caught, which number is 12,850 less than were captured last year. British vessels caught 15,600 this year, and American vessels only 1,050. inventors at Uio TriuiB-MisslHslppl Exposition. Tho United States Patent Office will expend $aO,000 in making a display of models at the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition to be held at Omaha from June to November, 1808. To bring this exhibition to date, inventors will 'be invited to exhibit their meritorious inventions and in this connection Inventor Thomas A. Edison has pledged himself to make an exhibit of one of his latest inventions. Inventors having models of clever inventions should address Sues & Co., Patent Experts, Omaha, in charge of tho section of inventions, for free information. The artist (complacently)—This picture with the frame is worth $325. His. Friend—Come, old man, you never gave for that frame. Stnto of Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 Lucas county, j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Clietiey & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and stute aforesaid, and that suid tlrni will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hull's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Oth day of December, A. D., 1880.. (Seal) A. W. GLEABQN, Notf " '" Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ««vv» ( and note directly on the blppd and BMJ surfaces of the system. §end to "• monials tree. WHAT MAN D018 NOT LOVE pintham Counsels Young Wives to Keeep tfhei* A Letter JFroia a Young Wife. Seven-eighths of the men In this world marry a Woman because she is beautiful in their eyes. What & disappoint* taent then to see the fair young wife's beauty fading away before a yeai? passes over her head 1 1 feel as if I would like to eay to every young woman Who is about to be married— "Strengthen yourself In'ad* rance ( so that you will not break down under the new strain on your powers." Keep your beauty, it is a precious possession I Your husband loves your beauty, he is proud to be seen in public with you; try to keep it for his sake, and your own. The pale cheeks, the dark shadows under the eyes,- the general drooping of the young wife's form, what do they mean ? They mean that her nerves are failing, that her strength is going and that something must be done to help her through the coming trials of paternity. Build her Up at once by a course of some tonic with specific powers. Such as Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. You can get it at any druggist's. Following we publish by request a letter from a, young wife-»of her own accord she addresses it to her "suffering sisters," and while from modesty she asks to withhold her name, she gives her Initials and street number in Chambersburg, Pa., so she can easily be found personally or by letter: To my Suffering Sisters:—Let me write this for your benefit, telling you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done forme. I am but nineteen and suffered with painful menstruation, leucorrhoea, dizziness, burning sensation back of ears and on top of my head, nervousness, pain and soreness of muscles, bearing-down pains, could not sleep well, was unable to stand without pain, and oh! how I longed to be well! One day I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham telling her all, knowing I could do afi in perfect confidence. She wrote me a lovely letter in reply, telling me exactly what to do. After taking nine bottles of the Compound, one box of Liver pills, and using one-half package of Sanative' wash, I can say I am cured. I am so happy, and owe my happiness to none other than Mrs. Pinkham. •> , Why will women suffer when help is near? Let me, as one who has had some experience, urge all suffering women, especially young wives, to seek Mrs. Pinkham's advice.—Mrs. R. S. K., 113 E.Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pa. Tho Now Cupid. "I asked her to wear love's fetters for me." "What did she say " "She said she couldn't think of It— that everything was chain less nowadays." It Keeps the ITftot Dry and Warm And is the only cure for Chilblains, Frostbites, Damp, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-E:ise, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe •Stores, 85c. Sample sent FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Great men are the true men, the men in whom nature has succeeded.— Henri Frederick Amlel. It Wan Time. "George," she said, "Is your watch going?" "Yes," he said, "of course." "Oh!" she said, "is it? When?" And he actually knew enough to go, too. Educate Tour IIowols With Oaacaruta. Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever. lOo, 26o. It C. O. C. fall druggists refund money. If you wish to know a man's character learn his thoughts. Coughing I.ciulH 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 25 and 50 cent bottles. Go at once; delays are dangerous. A ton of oil has been obtained from the tongue of a single whale. Smoke Sledge Cigarettes. 20 for 5 cts. Baldwin's locomotive works have more orders on hand than at this time of year for six years. To Cure Constipation Forever, Take Casciiret's Candy Cathartic. JOo or 25o- If C. C. C. fall to cure drupulsls refund money, In judging another's honor we often place a valuation upon our own. CNN— ~~vsr(jy- Go to your grocer to-day and get a 150. package of It f akes the place of coffee at £ the cost. Made from pure grains it is nourishing and healthful. Insist that your erooer gives you GRAIN-O. v Accept no imitauoo. /}, ^««»—^^ i Shall we endure or cure Ask those who have used ACHES AND PAINS ? SUacobs Oil, For they know the comfort of prompt relief. GUARANTEED TO CURE every kind of Cough, Colds, La Grippe, Hoarseness, etc. |Dr. Kay's Lung Balm K Write us all of YOUR SYMPTOMS plainly. Our physician will (five FREE ADVICE, 68-page book of recipes, and FREE SAMPLE. Sold by ^ DRUGGISTS. 4 or. sent by mail. J PRICE, JOc ancl 25c. 1 Address OR, B, J, KAY MEDICAL CO,, (Western Office), Omaha, Neb, | fcAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAA^^^J CANDY CATHARTIC CURE CONSTIPATION HE AUSKA OUTFITTER WHAT TO TASB ANP WHAT IT COSTS HQW TO HEACH TUB GOLD F. J, CHENEY * C0 ; . Bold by druggists, 75e. .^f- •

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