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Strong words of indorsement for Pe-runat and for the manufacturers of Pe-ru-na, from prominent officials ef.it s home, city. Hon. Samuel lag letter: possible Jr. Hart pleased to zens of this and character Dr. S. B. Dear Sir: so fully remedy Tor has been Your hi eh the wortn ox the geritlemen conducting this great enterprise, prepared me to expect a meritorious article only, from your establishment, but its real wox th is best demonstrated by its use. Eespectllllyt Samuel J. Swabtz. USELESS STRATAGEM. A Smart Trick That Failed to Work Cpon Some Fearless Stnare Robbers. "Yep, th' road agents used t' be puny feckless w'en I wuz drivin stage way back in th' 70's," remarked Tank Wilson, remi niscently, "an' all kinds of schemes was put ap t' throw them off 'n the scent. , "Time was changed on all the stage routes, an' dummy mail bags an' express boxes were carried, bnt 'twan't no use. "Th' wust case of hold-up I ever experi ences wuz durin' th' smallpox scare. We wuz full of passengers, inside an' out, an' every one ' them cairied a belt 'f gold dust. We had heerd that a new indevidooal had taken to th' road, an' tharf ore makes our precautions. "Of course, if six or seven men holds up a stage it ain't no use to fight, 'cause only one shows hisself an' all th' rest ambushes an' gits th' drop on you. Then they comes forrard an' takes your wealth. "So we gets up a scheme. We knows road agents is purty much askeered 't smallpox, so we takes along an ole tramp, wraps him up in bandages an' hangs out a yaller flag from th roof f the stage. "Jest as we wuz pullin' out 'f a canyon we hears a familyar hail, an', of course, pulls op- . " Wat's that yeller flag for?' asks a feller, with his Winchester at his cheek, a powerful big feller with a mask on. i n 'Passenger's got th' smallpox! I an swers, in a warnin' tone. " Wal, all you passengers git out an' hoi' your han's up!' was the answer. 'Throw down them mail bags, an' that there express box!' - "Them villins took ev'ry bit 'f dnst that wuz carried on the stage, an' then th' head villin thought a moment to hisself, an' then pulls th' band'ges off n th' tramp. Then he grins, an' says somethin' t' one I his pard ners? who pulls a small box out'n his pocket. "lh' head villin then ranges his men where they could 6hoot us down ef we . moved, an he dips his knife point in th' box an' then jabs it a half inch inter th' tramp's arm. He does th' same t' each an' ev'ry one 'f us an' then sez: " 'Now, there's no danger, gen'l'men. You're all vaccynated. As fer me an' my fren's, we ain't askeered 'i no smallpox, if we wuz t' remove these yere masks you would see we is all pockmarked.' " Cincin nati Enquirer. A Reason. She-I don't see why they can't let the Women vote? He Because, my dear, they are trying to keep it a secret ballot. Philadelphia Bub letin. The Rlgrht War. "And you say you ate horse steak in Paris? flow was it served ?" "A la cart, of course." Cleveland Plain Dealer. After- the Eff f Grip is a treacherous disease. You. think it is cured and the slightest cold brings on a. relapse. Its victims are always left In a weakened condition blood impure and impoverished) nerves shattered. Pneumonia, heart disease and nervous prostration are often the result. Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People will drive every trace of the poisonous germs from the system, build up and vnrich the blood and strengthen the nerves. A trial will prove this. Read the evidence When tbe grip last visited this section Herman H. Eveler, ( of 81 1 V. Main St., Jeflerson, Mo., a well-known contractor aim builder, raa one of the victims, and be has since been troubled with the after-effects of the disease. A year ago his health be nn to fall, and he was obliged to discontinue work. That he lives lo-aay is almost a miracle, suggested -by my friends, but beean to rive no hose. Then for PalePeonla extolled In a St. ligation aeciaea to give inem "After usin? the first box I was satisfled that the pills were putting me on tbe road to re covery. I bought two more boxes and con tinned taklnetbem.' "After taking four boxesof Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People I am restored to good health. X feel like a new man, and having tbe will and energy of my former days returned. I am capable of transacting mv hafrinee with increased ambition. "Dr. Williams' Pink Pill for Pate People are a wonderful medicine and any one suffering: from the after-effects of the grip will find that these pills are the specific," H. H. Evelsr. Mr. Eveler wPl gladly answer any inquiry rerardlnr this If Stamp Is enclosed. FromCble Co. Democrat, Jegrern City, Mo. Look for the full name on the package. . At druggists or direct from the Dr. Williams .Medicine Co Schenectady, N.Y. 50c per box. 6 boxes $250 . L.. Black, Mayor of Columbus, O. .whose picture adjoins this paragraph, writes the follow Executive Dept. , Crrr of Columbus. To whom it may concern: I can most cheerfully recommend Pe-ru-na as of the very greatest possible benefit in cases of catarrh and other diseases of the mucous membrane. This remedy has established itself in the minds of the people as of the greatest worth and genuineness. I have known man for a number of years, and am say that he is one of the leading: citi city, a man of the very highest standing in the community. Respectfully, Samuel L. Black. CoL Arthur L. Hamilton, commanding' officer of the Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Guard, whose residence is .t 309 West First Avenue, Columbus, O., bears witness to the efficiency of Pe-ru-na. Here is Colonel Hamilton's letter and picture. Columbus-, O., May 18, 1897. Hartman. Besides having the merits of Pe-ru-na demonstrated in my family, I have a num ber of friends who have taken it for catarrh and stomach trouble, and all unite in praising it. As a summer and winter catarrh I can fully recommend iu Abthub Ii. Hahtltob'. From the Hon. Samuel J. Swartz, Police Judge, Columbus, O. State of Ohio, . Supreme Cotjbt Law Librart, Columbus,-O., Nov. 12, 1897. Pe-ru-na Medicine Co. .Columbus, O. Gentlemen: The jcsult of using Pe-ru-na so cratifvinff to me that I cannot but congratulate you on the success of your remedy standing in the business community , and A HUSTLING HOST. lie Had a Little Scheme for Making 0 III Guests Par for Their Dinner. It was an apparently innocent little din ner invitation which drew a number ot California street heavyweights to the handsome home of, a capitalist on Pacific avenue, who is no longer popular in the Pacific Union club. After the dinner, which was elaborately planned, perfectly served and thoroughly appreciated, the host led the way to the billiard room, where he produced for the inspection of his friends a new roulette wheel which he had just pur chased. After it had been examined and duly ad mired monsieur proposed that his friends tent forttme with it," announcing that he would be banker, and smilingly invited them to "break him." The guests scarcely expected this sort of diversion, but c. they hSrdly could decline the "entertainment which had been provided for them. Hav ing carelessly undertaken to call the turn on the black or the red, they expected to lose a trifle to their host, but they did not anticipate any such financial catastrophe as overtook each of the players. The bank won steadily. Soon all the player guests were "broke," but the host offered, in an off-hand way, to stake one and all, guarding against a loss of the frequent loans, however, by taking . the checks of his friends. For-the purpose, with admirable forethought, he had provided himself with blank checks on every bank in town, o There was no escape for his victims. They were all thoroughly trapped and well scorched before they were released. The guests caught the first car home in the morn ing, the urbane host, with unparalleled gen erosity, presenting each guest with a nickel to pay his fare. San Francisco News-Letter. Sound logic. Old Gentleman Seven dollars for a pair of eyeglasses? I can't see it, sir. Optician Of course ret, sir. If you could you wouldn't need them. Jewelers' Weekly. 9 When a well digger finishes a job he prob ably considers it "well done." L. A. W. Bulletin. "Truth lies at the bottom of a well." But how can truth "lie" anywhere. L. A. W. Bulletin. Stricken with Sciatica? St. Jacobs Oil will strike it out and cure. The closer money is the harder it is to get hold of. Chicago Daily News. Why suffer so with Neuralgia? St. Jacobs Oil will drive it all away. The little dog always tries to bark as big as he can. L. A. W. Bulletin. PAID: lie says: without apparent benefit, and I saw Dr. W illiams' Pink Pills Louis vacer. and after loves. a inau felt wonderfully relieved and SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Nearly one-fifth of the student t Swiss universities are women. It Is estimated that there are 100.000 medical students in the United States. There are 112 institutions of learning in the United States conducted by the Lutheran church. The Methodist Episcopal church raised $153,203.54 more for missions during 1893 than the year before. A Gospel ship is to be built at JefFer anville, Ind., which will be employed along the coast of Cuba and Porto Rico. The Disciples stand third in denomi national rank in Christian Endeavor so cieties in America, with the Presby terians In the lead and the Congrega tionalists second. It la stated that in Great Britain there is one Christian minister to every 900 of the population. In Japan one in every 114,000. in India one in every 165. C80. in Africa, one in every 222,000, in the Chinese empire one in every 437.000 The weights of classes of students before and after examination have been made the subject of recent investiga tion. In high classes, where naturally the responsibility of the examination to be gone through with was most felt, several pounds were lost, showing how the mental strain was felt. In-lower classes the loss was not so great.. A new scholarship has just been con ferred on tbe scientific school of Har vard university by a gift of $10,000 from J. R. Jennings, of the. class of 77. now a mining engineer In the gold district .of South Africa. The interest of this sum is to be given tor a student of . en gineering and the first award has been made to J. S. Sanborn, 99. Samuel Russell conducts a working men's Bible class every Sunday after noon at the Ruggles Street Baptist church, in Boston. The membership of the class' is nearly 300.' and has been in existence two years. Thursday even ing of each'week a temperance meeting is conducted under the auspices of tbe class, which is always well attended and full of enthusiasm. A LADDER FROM THE CLOUDS Bach Will Be the Appearance of the Eiffel Tower of Parts When Painted. The Eiffel tower, say the gentlemen of esthetic temperament, must go. The Eiffel tower, say the gentlemen who know the law, must stay for some years yet. The Eiffel tower, say the esthetes. Is ugly, discouraging to the eye and an all-round nightmare. "Scaf fold I cries the carper. "Down with it ! It has no place in esthetic Paris," "Impossible! " objects the law. "When the company took a lease of it they got it for a term of 20 years.. You can't break the lease, and the time is nowhere up. "But, urges the esthete, "look at the shape, look at the size, look at the color! Is not the whole thing hideous"? If we can't destroy it we can at least improve it and lessen the offense to our senses." And so the Eiffel tower is going to be metamorphosed. It has. been in color a reddish brown, and it is the color to which the gentlemen with the fine ideas have long objected. They have called the tower a shameless creation and re peatedly ridiculed the commonplace tone of hue. And now they have pre v ailed, and the lower is going to be a thing of beauty, so far as that goes. Silver white is the color agreed upon, and it is urged that when the army of workmen have finished their painting the huge structure will look really not so bad after all. Ilalf a hundred men will be employed on the building, work ing hard every day for two months. And 50,000 kilogrammes of paint will be used up before the Eiffel tower has finally lost its brickdust coat and finds itself arrayed in the poetic covering which the esthetes have advised. Two coats of paint will be applied and the brushes will be busy. It has been objected that the tbwer has always had the appearance or hav ing been cast up in inartistic form by a careless earth. The tower has seemed to rise awkwardly from the ground, the critical have said. Why not give it such an arrangement as would sug gest the idea of dropping from the clouds? That would be a pleasing fan cy, and if the huge tower were lighted at regular intervals it would present a picture as of a brilliant creature of the clouds, and all the world would be lost in admiration. These plans were sug gested when the exposition of 1900 were tinder discussion, and they have been adopted. A ladder from the clouds. That was tbe idea. 'And with that the esthetic taste, was forced to be sat isfied. . The Eiffel tower has long been the universal bed lamp of Paris. The great candle in the top would be sadly miss-d, even by those who have fought agair.&t the continuance of the structure. That ever-swaying lantern is one of the won ders of the French capital. Y. Her aid. Kicked All Around. A correspondence is being published In the Times on the subject of "French Feeling Toward Englishmen." A Mr. Jackson has written to that paper to repeat that at Caen recently a student went out of his way to publiely insult Great Britain. As a boy I was first for some years at school in Paris. I -was then kicked for being an Englishman; later I was transferred to a school in England, where I was kicked for being a Frenchman. Comment is unneces sary. London Truth. Bis Only neeoorie. ' "What makes Mr. Bliggings so Invet crate a gossip?" ' "Well." said the man who always talks- slowly, "you see. there are only Iwo things to talk about, after all one b general information and the other is private intelligence. And Bliggings thinks he knows all the general infor uatioa there is." Washington Star. Kewmrd of $20,000 Offered. A wealthy lady recently lost a satchel con fining jewels worth $150,000, and now offers . reward of $20,000 cash to the finder. The oss of health is far more serious than the joss of jewels, and yet it can be recovered without paying big. rewards. A little money invested in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will restore strength to the weak, purify the Iood, establish regularity of the bowels and aelp the stomach to properly digest the food aken into it. A Woman's Smile. "Strange what a little thing will turn th whole current of a man's life." "What's the matter now, Jones?" "Up to 30 days ago the young lady of my choice was taking my attentions seriously, and our marriage seemed a foregone con clusion. Then I met her on the avenue, lifted my hat, made my best bow ana dropped through a coal hole. Now she can't keep her face straight a minute while we're together." Detroit Free Press. Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at iast one dreaded disease that science has beeu able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive ' cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that" it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. . Hall's Family Pills are the best. Warned. "Ain't you worried about the trusts?" asked the nervous man. . . "No," answered the easy-going citizen. "If they make trouble they 11 have to stand their share of it. I've done my duty. 1 wrote and published a card calling their at tention to whither they are drifting, and asking them , please not to do so, and now, if" they persist, it's their own fault. My conscience is clear." Washington Star. Oats 34 1-2 Inches Long:. The Oat marvel what will 500,000 such long heads per acre weigh ? 15,366 lbs. 480 Bush els! Such a vield navsbie! Cut this notice out and send 10 cents spost age to JOHN A. SALZER SEED COM- 2AN Y, UA. UKUSSfS, WIS., and get tfcetf great catalogue and 10 Farm Seed Samples free; including Brotnus Inerra is, the great est grass on earth. Potatoes $1.20 a Bbl. . Foolish, Indeed. The Belle A man looks awfully foolish when he's proposing. The Benedict Yes. and they dare to talk about "appearances being deceptive." N. Y. Journal... SIS. OO Per Week. We will pay a salary of $15 per week for man witii rie to Introduce f erfertio foul try Mixture in the country, be greatest epg producer on earth. Address, with stamp, Perfection Mfg. 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It comes to those who have had coagns and colds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed. Stop your cough when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. stoDs coughs cf all kinds. It does so because it is a sooth ing and healing remedy of great power. 1 nis ma&es it tne great-, est preventive to consumption. Put cne of Ayer's Cherry, Pectoral Plasters over your lungs 1 n iinprny i A wbol9 JEfecCteaf I M tJhrmrjf fwa B 9 Ter row cents la stamps to pay port- B Sjk wtu eod yoo sixteen ma&lcal I I Mmtfcal AtSwIcm Frw I We hT the exclusive errie ef H I stn of the most eminent physician II I In tbe United States. Cnoiul oppor- ft J sanities end long experience emi- I stntlT fit them for you medical 1 1 I a vice. Write freelr all the partic- i 1 stlars In yoar ease. 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If you have backache dont neg lect it, or try "heroically to "work it down,- you must reach the root of the trouble, and nothing will do this so safely and surely as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Backache is accom panied by a lot of other aches and wearvincr sensations, but thev nearly always come from the distressing- things, and you become well and strong. Mrs. S. J. 8WA5SOK, of Gibson City, I1L, tells her experience in the following letter ; - , Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Before using1 your medicine I was troubled with held ache and my back ached so that I could not rest. Your medicine is the best I have ever used; it has relieved me of my troubles, and I feel like myself again. Thanks to L.ydia E. Pinkham. a I would advise any one troubled with, female weakness to take your medi cine. I shall also recommend it wherever I can as a great reliever of pain." 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