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Hare you ever had any experience ** a atage manager?' aaked th« theater proprietor, who had advertised Tor auch a person ' Yea. air. I have.’* replied the ap pltcaat I drove the stage hetwecr Pw’.unk arid Feraimmonvllle erery dai for seven year*."— Loulaville Courier Journal. And Whet If Th#f it ()«| Thirty D*yi Cohht D'Tlea I'm glad we don’t llv# «P in lir-rnUnd where de days Is t’re# ronnV* long Homm D'Way—Wot’d be de differ ••nee? We wouldn't be work in’ by d< day. anyhow. • "ount DTles Naw, but Great Sweat* Wot a time dero would be be tween breakfast an* dinner! Tw. nr * Kind. An Irishman who was very reluc ! antly engaged in driving. or trying tt drtve. a pis for hia employer was over •*ken by a man )u*t as the pis war moat noticeably aasertins his obstl nary. That pig." remarked tha man doesn't seem at ail disposed to so th« way you wan* him to." Begorra" replied Pat. ‘’there’s $ | pair of t»fc”—Richmond Dispatch. WH*l He SVnmed to Kmo 'lt# read a good deal about frvt chainleas bicycles, but all the account seem to be very blind on one import ant point" "What it thatT* Why. they give no Information a< to whether a man who la run down bj a rbalnle*s bicycle la coins to be bettei off than one who U» run down by tb< old style wheels.*’— Chicago Evening Port The Wh*ww All Ulcht. "1 want you to take a couple o chances on a poor widow's cook stov« - rtfty cents a ticket" 'But what's the poor widow going to do without her cook stoveT” "Oh, she's moved into a house where they have a gas range"—Clave land Plain Dealer. Coptd** The autumn girl now roima afield Quite like some charming woodland elf: Pretends she’s alter leaves to press. And. strange to say. gets prea-ed her self Chicago Times-Herwtd. Ilrr »hr.wd Uw. Mrs. Gofrequent—You have your plated ware, instead of your solid ail v*r.„engraved with your initials. How vary odd! Mrs Seldom-Holme—Yes; we do tha: to fool the burglars. -Chicago Tribune Mol What lie W»« riihlnc For. Mr. Borem—Can you suggest any thing. Mias Cu t'ne. that might tend •oward the improvement of my conver sation ? Mlsa Cutting—You might try oces alonal silence.—Chicago News. Of C'onr«e He Wouldn't. "You wouldn’t marry » girl solely for money, would you?" "Oh. dear, no— that Is. not If I could get money with a girl who had some other attraction also." -Chicago Even ing Poat A BOON FOR SUFFERERS. A R*m«d; Which Hm Cur«d Mart Than 1 .000.000 Paopl*. "6 Drops" is the name of a powerful remedy which ia guaranteed to cure rheumatism, neurallga. catarrh, asth ma. la grippe and kindred aliments. The company is entirely safe in mak ing the guarantee, because every month they receive thousands of grateful let ters from those who were sufferers, but have never received one complaint. The effect of “6 Drops" Is felt st once. James Williams of Regent. 111., writes on November 12. 1897 "My wife has been suffering two years with rheums tlsm. She used about one bottle of 5 Drops.' and can now go without her crutches.” To more extensively adver tise the merits of this remedy the pro ducers will for the next thirty days send out 100.000 of their sample bottles of this positive cure for 25 cents a hot- , tie by mall prepaid. I.*rge bottle. 300 j doses. $1 (for thirty days 3 hot- j ties $2.50). Those suffering should j write to the Swanson Rheumatic Cure company. 167-169 Dearborn atreet. Chi cago. 111., and take advantage of this ! generous offer This company is relia ble and promptly fill every order. A geographically well |»>«t*tl pedestrian «ii<wl«| the other day succeeded In setting f'*ot In the i-Mir*.- <*f live hour* and fnrty mluutrw In erven German state*. TO CI’HE A fOLJ) IX ONE DAT. Take Laxative Drome Quinine Tablets. All Druggist* refund the money if it (alls to cure. S»c ”1 wonder what l.entgcrt Is thinking about.” -Perhap* hr lx hoping Mr*. I .eat gen wt.a't return In tluir to give him a home-made necktie for Christman.” No-To-Bar for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit core, makes weak men strong blood pure. Mr. It Alt druggist*. Only Ave province* In Hpsln have paid up Ihetr debt* to school teacher*. The other* owe them no lea* than N.Wm.ihi pe*rta*. Dropsy treated free br Ur. H. 11. Green'* Sons. .>f Atlanta. 111. The greatest dropsy specialist* In Ibr world Read their adver tisement lu another column of Ibta paper. It lake* i'Mi of the Korean coins known a* to et]Ual SI Traveler* need an «■*'.:* uiiii-wk n. carry their fund*. AN OPEN LET l t-fi To MOTHERS. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD “ CABTORIA" AND “PITCHERS CASTORIA.” AS OUR TRADE MARK. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Byannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of “PITCHER'S CASTORIA/' the same tfiat has borne and does now SJ' ° n ever^ bear the facsimile signature of wrapper. This is the original “PITCHER'S CASTORIA/' which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is the kind you have always bought Sl)f s/ ~ on the mn <f ha $ th s *l gn aI m n o f wrap per. Mo one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. 11. Fletcher is President. /) * March 8, 1807, »<P» Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. “The Kind You Have Always Bought” BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. £ CATHARTIC a CURE CONSTIPATION 25c 50c DRUGGISTS WHAT MAN DOES NOT LOVE BEAUTY? Iff in. pinkhara Counsels Young Wives to Kecep Their Attract ivenow. A Letter From a Young Wife. tteven-eighths of the men n in this world marry a woman j to say to every young woman ' Ejjjjjjpr break down under the new j ! strain on your powers." Keep your beauty, • 'MI j it is a precious possession ! Your husband loves * f your beauty, he is proud to be seen in public A f \ 1 with you; try to keep it for his sake, and your /1 / \ ' The pale cheeks, the dark shadows under f r ) 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 maternity. Build her up at once by a course of some tonic with specific powers. Such ms Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Yon can get it at any druggist’s. Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife—of her own ac cord 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 Chainbersburg. Pa., so she can easily be found personally or by letter: To ray Suffering Sisters:—Let me write this for jour benefit, telling you what Lydia E Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound has done for me. I am but nineteen and suffered with painful menstruation, leucorrhrea. dizziness, burn ! 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 1 longed to be well! One day I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham telling her all, knowing I could do so 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 lam 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, pjpkham s advice. —Mrs. IL S. IL, 113 K. Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pa. ferry's -.Seeds. I t.TDw paying crops because they’re ■ I fresh and always tlia best. For I ■ sale every where. Refuse substitute#. H ■ Httck to Ferry's Meeds and prosper. I I 1198 Heed Annual free. Write for It. I I 0. M. FERRY ACO . Detroit. Mich. I THE ALASKA OUTFITTER WHAT TO TAKE AMP WHAT IT COST* HOW TO HEACII THE GOLD FI EI.DA pwhwnsb sv JONES* Cash Stows ICB A ItO Front Street PORTLAND. ORE HE PAYS THE FREIGHTS'mia SOUTHERN Homeseekers’Guide Every ltomeaeeker should addieo either J. F. MKKKY. A. (>. P. A.. Msncheater. lews; W. A. KEI.LOXD, A. O. P. A.. bouleviile. Ky.. or to. HATCH. D. P. A.. Cincinnati. 0., for s fraa ropy of the ILLINOIS CKXTRAL RAII.ItOAD'I SOt'Tll EllN lIOMKSKKKERt' OPIDB. ®CURE YOURSELF* t ae Hie 41 for unustursl lioihawo, Inflsiunistlons, rritations or ulceration* mucous niembramw. Painless. and tot astrin* , gent or poisonous. Mold by DrsnlsU, or sent in plain wrapper, bf oxprew. prepaid, foi or 3 hot tics, $3.79. Circular scut on request. i INJECTION —T 1 Bier Cures 1 in -J— DAYS. I NO STAIN, NO STRICTURE. $1 at Druggitts. g Hasweli Drug Co.. Ageutii. Deuver, Colo ill No larger stock of ? iltH aml D 7' s t;, .r b.■ II UK In any market. ■■'* >w lowest prices for flu s Roods, i aniji’e .f ee II . i»l N Oiiialui, Neb. W. N. U. DENVER.— NO. 1.-1898. When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Taper.