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ICopjrrlght, 1897, bj Mitchell & Miller.
Judge What's the charge?
Ollicer Plckln the pocketa of n
Judge (whose wife wears 'em, sotto
voce) Say, prisoner, I'll let you oft If
you'll tell me how to do It. N. Y. Jour
nal. Plenty of Self-Respect.
Airs. AlcUwclluui 1 should think you
would have moro self-respect than to
drink the way you do.
Jlr. McSvtMim Sclf-r'spcct, V
dear? I'm -lio full self r'spect m' der,
that I entf r . very sliloon by hack dour.
N. Y. Weekly.
1TIIV IOJIJ1V CItlKD.
Mrs. Uellows What la your little boy
crying and moaning about in the nest
ilrs. Fellows Oh, be hegged me to
give him a raw turnip awhile ago.
"And you didn't do it?"
"Yes, but I did." N. Y. Tribune. '
Not So Hick a Slio Might lie.
Old Lady There, throw away that
cigarette, little boy. It makes me sick
to see a boy like you smoke.
Little Hoy Yes, ma'am; but I'll bet
you'd bo sicker if you smoked one
yourself. Demorest's Magazine.
A War Ilellr.
"That's a curious-looking cane,
colonel. Is it a memento of the war?"
"Yes. It was made from the hollow
log 1 occupied during the battle of
Lookout mountain." Cinclunuti En
quirer. A Usoful Itulo.
"They say It calms the mind to let the
eye rest on the distant horizon."
"That's u fact; when 1 see a man to
whom I owe money it always quiets mo
to look steudlly into the distance."
Of Coarse Mot.
Aunt Maria But why didn't youslng
out when ho attempted to kiss you?
"Why, you know, auntie, I never
can sing without my notes." Boston
Don't You Seo tho 1'olntT
Taul Try Can't you tell me how old
Miss Passe is?
The Other One She was qulto well
vlien I saw her last. N. Y. Journal.
Just he Time.
"1'rof. Glacier's lecture lasted until
"That's the timo mine usually com
mences." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Can't See It Without.
Since now the soven-story hat ,
No longer Is tho rage.
There Is no further need at all
. 'To elevate the utage.
Mrs. Blurtout Why do you suppose
the judge refused to grant us a charter
for our new secret society?
Her Husband Did you swear that
certain portions of your work were to
Mrs. lllurtout Certainly.
Her Husband Then he didn't want
to make any of you liable for perjury.
Philadelphia North American.
ITa stvt ''io snwJio of latt!e i i.rl nf.r a1
I'o fti a the f.re of rnnnon with a he-art
t'.it nov. r fulled,
Uut t.iror swti'i him In a tide thai "our-
aue could not sUm
When ho had to face the furnace smoke
and tire at six a tn
Well l'rvsertetl isVewl.
Mr. Bellows Oh, wife, these look like
the biscuits my mother baited 20 years
Mrs. Bellows (greatly delighted)
I'm so gladl
Mr. Bellows (biting one) And, by
George, 1 believe they are the same bis
cuits. N. Y. Tribune.
No Doubt About It.
Lady Customer Are you sure this is
real Ceylon tea?
Well-Informed Young Salesman
Certainly, madam. Mr. Ceylon's name
Is on every packnge. N. Y. Tribune.
Oh, Theso Girls 1
"I have an idea that she'llrcarry him."
"But do you think he's quite ready to
propose to anyone yet?"
"I don't know; but his intentions
won't make any difference anyway if
she wants him." Chicago Post.
Tho Jest Is meet, not meat.
It should, to bo good fun,
Do Juicy, 'tis true, but furthermore,
Bare and still well done.
NOT VERY NEATLY PUT.
lie Your face reminds mo of old
She-Sir! 11 N. Y. Truth.
lly Another Name.
Daughter Bid you give Charley any
Father Well, I suppose it amounts to
that. He called it a loan, however.
A Conclusive Test.
"I ate more mince pie an' turkey
than you did," boasted-one boy,
"No, you didn't. I ate the most."
"Let's tell our dreams and Bee."
Had the Losing End.
"I was up to see Humpton this after
noon. lie is a badly broken man."
"No, went wrong on wheat." De
troit Free Press.
Reno Conoty RbeumatisnL
Nervous Disorders In Oastloton
Seven Years 8 Sufferer No Belief from
.l'hyslclans Dr. Williams' Pink Fills
Work u Cure on Mrs. Ann T.
Derenlsh In Six Weeks.
From Vie Gazette, Hutchinson, Kamcu.
"If there Is any thing I have entire faith
In, In tho way of mediclno," said Mrs. Ann
T. Dovenlsh, of Castleton, Heno County,
Kansas, to a reporter, "It is Dr. Williams'
Pinlc Pills for Palo Pooplo.
"Why? do you ask. Well for seven years
I was a wretched siifforer from norvous de
bility and rheumatism. My wrists wcro so
swollen and my fingers so still Unit I gotno
sleep at nljrlit. My hips, backbone) and
shoulder blades woro so painful If I moved
that I would awuko scrcaniiuij with agony,
and a small lump of bono or callous grow on
my spine, wliloli was exquisitely painful.
Of course, my heart was badly affected, and
tho numerous physicians whom I consulted
were all of one mind, viz., that my days
were numbered, and thoy could do mo no
"I could not leave my bed without help,
and once lay for threo weeks in one posi
tion. I would not havo been sc.rry if death
had ended my sufferings. Ono day about
three months ago, somcono read to mo
from tho Hutchinson Gazettt an account of a
wonderful euro of a patient, whoso ills wcro
somewhat similar to mine, fay thouso of Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People.
"I was struck by what I heard and pro
cured a supply about six weeks ago. Iliad
not got through tho first box when I re
ceived extraordinary reliof. Hoporoturncd
and I continued with tho pills, every day
adding to my store of health. Myuurves
became tranquil, the rheumatic pains began
to leave mo, palpitation of tho heart ceased
and my kidneys and liver grow normal.
"I can tell you of thrcu persons of Castlo
ton to whom I havo recommended these
pills (all of whom woro suffering with
heart difficulty): Mrs. L. Smyth, Mr. John
Purccll and Mr. Malicr, and they will tell
you what Pink Pills did for them, and they
alio know what they did for mo."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain, in a con
densed form, all tho elements necessary to
give new life and richness to tho blood and
restore shattered nerves. They aro an un
failing specific for such disease as loco
motor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus'
dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rboumatism,
nervous headache, tho after effect of la
grippe, palpitation of the heart, palo and
sallow complexions, all forms of weakness
cither in malo or female. Pink Pills aro
sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid
on receipt of price, 50 conts a box, or six
boxes f or tS.GU (they are uevor sold in bulk
or by tho 100), by addressing Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N, Y.
yueer Mall Boxes.
The new rural mail doll very in Cum
berland county, Me., has brought out
some queer mail boxes. A half-bushel
basket, a big coffee con. soap and spice
boxes, and even receptacle that have
one bald patent medicines, are among
thc that rrar on rHirhhorhoml.
Million of Cook Itoolcs Given vwny.
Tuerv .s onr larr h usi) in this'- uulr.v
thai huR taken buslines on Its turn not
tne.m) to ride In otl tha 'rlstne'Hdo." A.ivc
to tl.e sign of oetter times and to the best .
iuterusU "f tl" j pin, tluv aro nowvi.'j i
luting among lanugos u vuluablopubuci ion
knewn hs Iiie Ciur.u s A Voq.cm.ii Cum '
Pint's CokPitY Book a i Ui.k up I'i.v
roar and jiiumu, wu n -ums voiy
choice information on the subject of cook
ing. Receipts for the preparation of good,
substantial and dainty dishes, prepared
especially forltby a lcadlngauthoritv, willbe
found in its pages. Much euro has been
taken in its preparation and distribution,
with the hope that it will b Just tho thing
noeded for housekeepers, and just the thing
needed also for tho caro of tuo health aud
household. As a Cookery Book it will he
Invaluable to keep ou band for reference.
Italso contains full information in regard to
tho great remedies of this house, which pro
vide against bodily ailments, especially tho
Master Cure for Pains and Aches, tit.
To give somoidcaof tho labor and expense
of this output, moro than 200 tons of paper
havo. been used in its publication, and at
the rate of 100,001) a day. it has taken sev
eral months for the Issue.
Tho book can bo had of druggiots every
where, or by enclosing a 2c. stamp to Tho
Charles A. V'ogclor Com pany, Baltimoro,Md.
JrsT Rioiit fob Him. "What did you
think of our new patrol wagon!" asked tho
roundsman of his friend who loafs for a
living. "Great I I was carried away with
How's This r
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that con not bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ,
F. J. Cuenet & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, havo known F. J.
Chenoy for tho last 15 years, and beliove
him 'perfectly honorablo In all business
transactions and financially aolo to carry
out any obligations mado by their firm. .
West & Tmjjjc, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O. ,
Waldixq, Kinxax & Mabvin, Wholesalo
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's. Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system. Prico 75c. per bot
tle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hall's Family Pills aro the host
"It is certainly wonderful how much
sciencoean do for us." "Yes; Mrs. Front
row has lcaruod to hypnotize her baby, and
she didn't miss u club meeting the whole
woolc." Cleveland ltccord.
Small Prices for Vehicles and Barnes.
Tho Elkhart Carriage and Harness Mfg.
Co.. Elkhart, Ind., havo for 24 years been
selling their goods direct to consumers at
factory prices. Horso owners should send
for largo, free catalogue that will savo them
BntB Tmxo. Hiply "I do hope that I
can stnoko in tho next world.'" Diply "I've
no doubt that you will bo uccommodated.1'
Detroit Free Press.
No-To-IJac for Fifty Cents.
Over 430,000 cured. WhyuotlctNo-To-Bac
rcgulato or remove yourdesiro for tobacco.
Savos money, makes health and manhood.
Curo guai'untccd,r0aand$1.00, all druggists.
"1 have two friends who never talk bo
hind my back. You may think you havo a
greater number, but probably you aro mis
taken." Drake Watson.
Wcliavo not been without Plso'o Curo for
Consumption for 20 years. Lizzib FeimcL,
Camp Bt., Harrisburg, Pa., May 4, "JL
Wimx a girl wants to say a decollete
gown is uot becoming to another girl she
casually mentions "thai her neck is like a
hat rack." Atchison Globe.
TV.iri.T rtn. v Inmlmml Tt' hprnnftfl
you don't curo it with tit. Jacobs Oil.
Usuai.lt when a man defends other peo
ple he Is defending something in his own
past experience. Atchison Globe.
CAscAnnTS stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or grips, 10c.
Ttti. trrnntAef. rtWIfrfit.inn nt tyn YnTinl tn
the child is to give it asafeexample. Ham's
"Foit 0 years bad neuralgia." You haven't
used tit. Jacobs Oil to curo it.
"WnATa small mindMrs. Vcnlynnehas!"
"Naturally, tine has given her husband so
many pieces of it." Tit-Bits.
In one of his wonderful sermons
very truthfully said, " My brother,
your trouble is not with the heart ;
it is a gastric disorder or a rebel
lious liver. It is not sin that blots
out your hope of. heaven, but bile
that not only yellows your eye
balls and furs your tongue and
makes your head ache but swoops
upon your soul in dejection and
Talmage is right! "All
this trouble can be removed 1
You can be cured !
How? By using
We can give you incontrovertible
proof from men and women, former
But to-day well,
and stay so.
There is no doubt of this. Twenty
years experience proves our words
e Write to-day for free treatment blank.
.QUARTER OF CKNTCltY OI.P.
CHEAP UMTCD nnnnc botmffected
No RUKT nor UATT.K.
Outlattt tn or iron.
A DnrnhlAMnhaitifrirAfnr Pltiaif rnn vrnlla
Water Proof Mlieathitiff of tuns material, th
Mat A cheapeat i n tb market. Writ t tor Bamplnavete.
rnCC eu- thoroughly uurfar. ftrruATioNitruiJ
AHdrwaa ft UflaAaTi a au ti
Sitt mm.iu-s cou-iiot, qUINWll
YflllllC MFV I.KAKN Te!CTplT and Rb'lrotd
luunn nui Acenu' Kmlnoi here. nd lecue
geod titoulou. Wni J. D. UUOWN. S11U. M
OH, YES ; WE USE IT. YUCATAN.
A. N. K.-D
WIIBN WniTI.NOTO AIIVERTISEKS PLEASK
tale thai ja mw the AtfvertlMBwat la lata
THE GENERAL MARKETS
Kansas City. Mo., Feb.
CATTLE Best beeves. 8 3 85 6
Stocliers 3 70 -1
Natlvoeows. 2 25 .3
HOOS Choice to heavy 3 CO 3
SHEEP 2 70 3
WHEAT No. 2 red 88
No. Shard. T5
COItN No. 2 mixed. H
OATS-No. 2 mixed 10
FLOUU Patent, per sack 2 40 2
Fancy 2 25 2
HAY Choice timothy 8 00 8
Fancy pralrla 5 H) 0
MUTTER Choico creamery.... 17ffl
CHEESE Full cream 10J4
CATTLE Native and shipping 3 50 8
Texans 3 M
HOGS-Heavy 3 20 3
SHEEP Fair to choice. 3 0J 4
FLOUR Choice 3 10 3
WHEAT No. 2 red 85
CORN No. 8 mixed W5S
OATS-No. 2 mixed I8
KYE-No. 2. ,
BUITEU Creamery Is
LARD Western mess 3 55 3
PORK 7'45 8
CATTLE-Comraon to prime... 4 10 5
HOGS-PacklnK and shipping.. 3 15 3
SHEEP Fair to choice 3 50 4
FLOUR Winter wheat. 4 25 4
WHEAT No. 2 red. 81
OATS-No. 2. MM
RYE , s'j!i
HUTTER Creamery 5
LAUD. JOS 3
PORK 45 ,
CATTLE Native Steers 4 10 5
HOGS-Good to Choico 3 15 3
WHEAT No. 2 red 85K
OATS-No. 2. 21
BUTTER Creamery. 12
POKK-Mess 8W 9
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Any sarsaparilla is sarsaparilla. True. So uny
tea is tea. So any flour is flow. But graces differ.
You want the best. It's so with sarsaparilla. There
are grades. You want the best. If you understood
sarsaparilla as well as you do tea and flour it
would be easy to determine. But you don't. How
should you ? s
When you arc going to buy a commodity
whose value you don't know, you pick out an old
established house to trade with, and trust their
experience -and reputation. Do so when buying
Ayeis Sarsaparilla has been on the market
fifty years. Your grandfather used Ayer's. It is a
reputable medicine. There are many sarsaparillas.
But only one Ayer's. IT UUKES.
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ia...4i.Mvnr.a. i,t CTrnnvn nrHrnvi'A ri.i.. ....... o r - i.
sjiunini uifwntvti live au Djrimi."i ataicu vu vuiia(.Ut 4iVuUCU UBt Orntll IVrfc.
.Bttauud Bui and Flint Catalogna. OosUlai all tliafi Haw and Good. Always XtUatla.
THE flUIDE 1 One paciet either Wonderlol Branching-Adtor, Nevr
ins uuiut I jnvnn Moraine Glory, or Pansy Choice mixed, for
and your OnOlCOj Two packets U5c, ttrf packet 30c. FuU retail price iScts.
Vlck'a IllsstraUd KoatUy Kacaitee which tells bow to grow Plantf , Flower and Vegetables, and la np
tn AmtA on IheM iiahfecta. for S months, tha Oalda and On. vaek.t Af fl..da inmmA ahnn fe r .
Every tenth person sending an Order as atiovs will receive a coupon good for SO cents' worth of Seed fret)
When ordering state where yon'
saw this artr. and we will send a
packet of Flower Sccda l'reo
JAMES VICKS SONS, ROCHESTER, N. Y.
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w .Mo all
but have aold direct la th
consumer tor U years, at
wauie&aie yncoi , Barioar
them tue dealers' pro
nto, ouip aoTwaere
jur ezamiziawoa oe
100 style or Cbr.
A (WU IM Kill IDT 9.3.W.
oS. spring Wagons
ItOMl Wagons, etc. Mem
for large, tree Catalogue.
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hut, aprao ut fendri, HO. A (twri tu Mill lor VMfe.
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