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Yotxr local doctor may be a rood old man.
but yon li odder m hen be o(rreta local treatment for the wrmknc and diseases pe culiar to women. Tlteae tbicc are reocr ally onneceaaarr. but tbe doctor docaat know it. He is perf -ctly bonet, bat be U behind the times, lie dues tbe brt be can. no doubt, bat bibrt not rood enough. He i not a epecialist. He a re n eral prac titioner, worried and bothered and harried in ririnx attention to a thousand and one different ailment. Mny bny pbTMcians do n4 take tbe time to find out wbat ts really me tnaurr wiio ineir jnrni. woman baa been continuously treated for diaae be did ant bare, because re qnectly tbe Ttrsptoni of dieaaea pecu liar; f-xuinine appear to be tbe aame as tboe of other disorders. Every invalid wonsan may have tbe ae re Ice of a resa!ariT rradaatcd. eaperienced and skilled pecili.t in tbe treatment of dirae of women ti she wrn write to ur. JL V. Herce, chief con-oltinp pbywcUn of tbe Invalid Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Pnffiou N. Y. Oecr thirty year axo Dr. Pierce Invented hi "Favonte rTescnp- ilun " fat th- trestrant of the diseases of worarw. It has hi a record of thirty veare of sacce. and to-ljy more t it la soia oy drn?ri thin all otbr medicines for wo men combined- It eflect la immediately percerrfiUe. It U mici to atop the drr sjinr. bcarinff doan tVelirtr na' other tor tun nir coin. It noothes inflammation. promotes rernlarity. and stops dcbiUtalina; drains on tbe system. . Tae nhrVtOnrv acmes1, ta besltb and dis ease, rriaird t. rVrf l unaw fmr Med fcalAdtwr A mpy frr foe ai oae-cest staaapa ta pay V- imm jj ccm. A Una Execute tfte Sentence of am tltn Court. History seem to have been re pea: in $ iteU rcce-Miy in Africa. Trie plexiU pasttiinc .f t!ie Middle Ages in whub men were thrown into cacri to be trn to pieces by Ud animals, have beta revived as a method of punishment for criminals. An Italian daily paper at Modena recently publisbM a letter from an Italian officer stationed at Zanzibar. Te Utter teFs a story of cruelty hard to bewere, but it bears the earmarks cftruh. The paper reerred to re frains from any comment on the let- awe It seems that one of the Somalia, iv. "ti . , . has been rarkng war frr several 'monthly was arres'e! un A convicted of seing concerned ; in ir e murucr 01 Consul Cecchi and. his staff. Being t " - " . 1 v .1 ID id oui oi inc wy piacc, wncic inc jusual forms oi law are not always oh- ISomali in sveh a wav a to have deter ment clTecton the rondoct cf the So- bailis. After ome conu'tation it was dc- fcided to turn the por black man paver to the mercies of a hue lion that was allowed to tun at large at pertain Injurs of the day in a back ard cf the Italian consul's residence at Zinzibar. Having reached this de cision, the Italian suihorit'es lost no ime in putting it into execution. To ad J to the honor and to insure ttacV br tie Uon. it wm deeded to paim the Comili.o thit ihc smellof!' resh hi od woaV .r.aar-e the sayage I east'a apoelitc. "I'he maiming' tookK he form'cf e -tine ofT the poor lel-jtl bwa hands. ro b'ovs frora a heavy word strtrd tic rnttiibcrs from tLe 6dy. and' the dcf:nscl'ss and iu.Tcr g victi'ti t as thrOT! into the yard," oJ pouting hrm the stumps cf" the rms. with which ''t vanly tried to kiclJ himself. MA cry ot terror arose at tlus . mo- ect from hundreds of throats." says le letterr-but above all we could LrTnaTTtKelantive voice of the braali, imploring mercy. In hrs-pro state tle joor irtim of a. gruc- brr.e law ahouted to his God for a leedy deliverance, and aJtrd his cx- oners lor pvet!y death by bui -Mispcr.sc lasted a minute or lion, who bad Itcen . djys. - wtUol idle of . hit ke h- - - merit the poor fellow was on bis face, while the animal was tearing his clothes and Gesh in tatters and barr ing his teeth in his neck. The native auiience hid mean while grown frantic with excitement. Seeing that the king of hearts was about to kill their (rend and thus ab ruptly stop the sport they hurled knives and daggers at the lion and actually succeeded in arresting his at tention for awhile, for he raised his head streaming with blood and shot a defiant glance while roaring with rage and holding down with ooe front paw the quirering form of the man. Now a dagger struck him in the forehead, which caused htm to bellow iih naln and mc his attack upon . tie DOOT. liQt the HUSSDeS ICil UUCX and furiou, and to escape from them the lion dragged his Ictira, who was suH alive, as tbe action of his arms and feet showed, behind an rot-house, where he tore the Somali to pieces and then devoured the body raven ously. The execution Lasted fully ten minutes. 'The blood-soaked earth a!oce told of the way justice is administered by by Italian authorities in Zanzibar. Coujs P. Hantington, the well known millionaire, says: '! never spent any time watching docks. As a boy I observed that the man who w as always on the lookout to see if it was not time to quit never made any head way. when I was at work. I never paid any attention to the time. I kept at the particular thing I was doing till I had finished it The man on a farm who vili stop in the middle of a row and throw down his hoe simply be cause 6 o clock has armed is cot wotth his salt. I have made it a rule of my life to promote my employes who do not work with their eyes on the dock. I have fojnd it to be a pretty good rule, too." .6 baa tf,f,l.ptj,l8ilt ten U U In Tail .Ma IrreralarrHes ad " iif iatut. 11 aaa ttsa tt. Vsdtay vtrf toe tuleia of trvaUs. Jt eeils a wnuilnUy heal. sr. ftra(ibea lC ad ssoilos li.cseors anon tm sea-vsl rrrass. IS ei.rea vHu-s and falUaof iYm vrirvb. It frUla f rwxllt; and leltcroa ajp- i :e sstt and ps'sM asrasrmatloa. roe CSaaa IM ti ts tba brst a.-etrUicvs aoatfe. it Is btse&cial inif pvnrnnary. asd bc. is Lria-j ikiitlxi liio booses UnTrn lit yesis. Jt tttferrates. atimc btUs. strntfthras Ui whole trxj. TV.a crwat Txm-vCj H c Ccrr-4 t all f-f. ict fur-K. hy wi'l urt gm f!-r e.-tbr strss .h v eta's rnl:if wittis irackt ium ot Csrdvt eay ersia S1.0I per toitJa at j-sux cn.- Mort. rw r4rit, ta tti erWWc '' . "A rtT0el." rw t :,U 3 aasps A- Bit. I.tT. fwrrii. r4.S.C airi ? a M sm i vn Crtv t a far t Js ef aua can-bar. a4 U acUrjrr Wc.' end it FltEEI WEAK MEN, : Young and Old. lleioicc with .us iii the Dlscovcrr. ! i , When: a man has suHcred fur yczrt with a weakness that blights his life a tij robvhim of all that really makes life worth living.'if he can avail himself cf a coinplcte cure, why not possess the mora) courage to stop this, down ward 'cottrse. . . . ' We wiir lend you by mail, ahsoluttly m plain jnrge. thevfWr ' Ia (;'.: 174 J?iLratir avantec to per- rrjij. ' .Varitettte, ''os and all ' ' ' to former .' .-..'! r, recipe de KJt. cure. we cine Fru to ,WriieTto- J : t 1 ' . "P.;Mr . ..... - . Mich. I t -.1 . t t: ( ) 1 . CLEAIlLmtvSS 13 NAE ESTY." COMMON SCNSE ttrfIeciJoM of a liMctielor. A woman always insists that a man can't understand her just because she acts foolish. Every girl has a drawer on the up per left hand side of her bureau stuffed full of everything that doesn't belong anywhere else. When you see a girl wi;h a doTy uarden ribbon around her neck, you can be pretty sure she does it so you won't notice the freckles. When a woman sees a couple with a whole foe of babies, she always looks indignant at the father; when a man sees them he looks indignant at the mother. awuinau mjr uumcuwutcre is a .i.. .u ' DO marriage IQ heaven, but It never .... , , . occurrea to ner to wooaer now sne u feel if her husband takes to flying around with some Other woman aagci. The reason why the best jokes ret -o, rAA ; KMnc -nmiM ..'II nrr t-M what queer ideas they had about cnea when they were girls. Whe.i a woman cries at a pathetic child scene in a play, it is a sign that she made the children go to bed early so she could go and see tt. The only happy animal is the goat, lie can eat an) thing. . .t t e. A a as-wtw ei at ea m tw rsw ff H mti rvri nfiOT o -6 the furnace he has to begin to take up the carpets. When a girl decides that she has got dyspepsia she limits her dinner to a plate ot lobster salad and a big cu cumber pickle. When a woman gets to thinking how it would be if her husband had married some other woman she always feels sorry for him. Mania re is a lottery in which the blanks are mostly said by tbe husband. When a man is elected president he wishes he could fed as big as the day he first got rhaved by a barber. When the devil met Ee in the gar den the day she ate the apple he probably began by sayirrg: What a handsome husband you've gotT When a woman sits down to read the newspaper to her husliand she gen- eral'y begins with an anecdote about the girl Queen of Holland when she was four years old. When a man tells a lot of othr men about the way he can cook a beef steak, his wife always looks funny. Some girls seem to think that when they walk along thr street all the men ought to wear blinkers, like horses. A girl is never worried near so much about a tutton bein off her shoe as she is for fear a certain man may notice it. A woman can never understand why her huiband has to woik so much harder than other men to get along when he is so much smarter than they are. When a man feel 3 pretty sure his wife will ask him if he remembered to mail that letter on hi way down loan in the morning he stops and buys a box of candy. It's the same feeling that mikes a man bet on a horse race that makes a woman go to an auction. Marriage would be happier if roan were content to consider Jm engage ment only the prelude and not the whole program. .When a woman gets caught in an argument w.th a man she says: "Well, it's s. anywav!" When a man gets caught he sas, "That's just like a woman.1 ; The present di putment store sys tem origt noted about forty yrars ago with the great dry goods firm of Todd, Burns & Co., of DuMio. When A. T. Stewart reviiited Ireland about 1 36 1 he examined the innovation doiely and begtn to introlti some of the fea tures I in his New Ybik store. It was John Wanamater who first ' elaborated them on an eiteaare scale.' Is Wte of the rqorted ill-feeling : beta ten S.crtuin: and Alger, it is now! definitely decided that there WJ jbcj BUis in ibe cablet1 1 ' ' ": ' PRIDE, DIRT'S T?AE HON- DICTATES THE USE OF I ANNOUNCEMENTS. Oar terms fir anaonadnjt candidates to" wnsbln oraces am S3, fir alt except road sscrsoara which are tt M. Casb uo&t In variably accompany tbe order tor eact an vsoaceraeAt.l j ua new or rua raacw. We are authorized to announce CllAS. G. SINGLETON aa a andtdate lor lnstlee ot tbe peac nd atwaber of townnbln b'Mrd of KeytosTllle aownablp. swblect to tbe tnwnhlp election be neiaoaTnwdar. March sata. issj. We are antborlxcd to aanoance D..n. nANcoci an a candidate tor lattice ot tb peace anl nanmberot township board ot Kcyteseille anwnablp. saJ-ct to tho declskra ot tbe rrwasb1p election to be held on Tuesday. Varth95th,t7. We are aatbortwl to announce ... candidate for )oatlol tbe Tae and aaember ol townblp board ot Keytcsvnie aownablau sablect to tbe decision ot the t.wo.Wp electioa u be held oo Tnesday. inarch sou, tscrr. We are awthortzed to annoonce I II. A: WIIEELER aaa caadldatotorlnsUce ot the peace and nwnabeT of township board ot Keyteertlle nswaahlp. anblect to the doclrlon ot the townhtp etoettoa to be held on Tuesday, March tar. COVSTaBLS. We are aathorlzad to annonnce ERTAXT casn a a candidate tor constable of KertesTTTle township, aubject to tbe decision of tbe township election to be held on Tuesday, Warcb.tB'.h. 197. We are autborir-d to announce ! w. t. cuTurxr I a, esn lldate T-r cooVaMe ot KfTteTlll 'SVl gZ&i&g: I trrt nil 1T We are authorised to announce F. M. YEATCT as a can -11 J ate tor constable of K-ytesrtlle wswaablp. subject te the dedvloa ot the aswashlp election, te be hdd on TassAar. SUrch JOta, 18DT. CLSJtK AID aX-orcC19 ASJJB91. Wa are aatborlaed to anaoneee T. S R. EWINO at a candidate lor tier aad ex-officlo asses sor ot KeytesTine trsrnshlp, s object to the Sadsloa of the township election to be hold aw Tuesday. Uarch XXh, 189T. COLwBCTO. Wa are author! red to announce M. I n't NELL ea a candidate tor collector of Kertesvllle trmsal. aaUJoct tP the decision of the asvnshtp election to be held on Tnasdar. Uarch SXh. PVT. We are authorised to announce WW. M. DUX) W1LLCTT a candidate for collector of KeyterrUle j-nhlp. subject to tbe dccUlrn of . the srrothlp election on Tnevdaj. Starch Dth, , rsi. ' We are aothnrixed to announce GEO TIG E W. WEST a a candidate lor collector of reytesTllle vwahlp. anHect to the decision ot the township election to be held oa Tuesday. Uarch 3CUi. 1837- wcnooi. oiarwT'ntoTi rji . Wa are authorised t announce raor. j. p. prati". rfaaUaViry. an nnll.lste tor aeV3l cots iala!aur oi Cbvtt-a eoante. aibject to th analaeh'xlcI'etto3 lobs held ow Tues T. April Ctu 1S77. We, are aathorlted to nnnTRinco JAM EST. COliEY, of "near Key teYi:;-x, ra i cafiUdattorahool ooiniasloaer I CU-trlt m county, sdl-Ject to ihoachool elect! : n to be teld on Tuesday. April Ctb.lSTT. TltCATltB. Ws are aatbirti.xl to announce A. P. HURT. JR., n a etri'lidaT ttr trate ot Kiyfrrrllle :odiV9. aabje"?t to th1 dclHn ot tho HTnMoellhol) 'jj hjli oa TjesJay, March Sth. WW. a are authorlzod to ann vinos A. 8. TAYIXKl 1 a eandUttn ftr tniitei ot K-ytaTnie towhln. Qllt to tht dclalon ot the tovnaht? election to bs held oa Tuiadiy, Xarch JJtb. 1C37. no ad OTaasanx. Wa are aathorixed to anaoance cltd rruini aacaa1llattr roil oeerseer of dtatrlct to. 2. Kiyteaellls tuvaho. ! t to tha lcliin ot th4 voter at aald rad district at UMtovanhlpeleetloa tobeh:ld oa Tuesday. March SOth. 1S:. we pre aathorUed to anooanco JAMES EMMERSON aaaandtdate tcr road orerseer ot district Xo. S. EeTlcurllle township, subject to tho decbdoa ot tbe voters ot said mad district atthetotrnAnipei!CtioaioDeneta oaxui day. March 30th. MOT. The period between the death or Mrs. Henry Ward Beech cr and that of her husband was exactly ten years; and it is believed that the great desire of Mrs. Beech er to die on the anni versary of the event which made her a wid.iw proloijed her life ' for several days. Persons who don't know old people very well have Httle idea how much beautiful and tender sentiment can exist in their feeble and shriveled rnis. ttaa ery our $11,000.00 prize DISTRIBU a MS WV li B811ER3 w We have arranged to give FREE toevery reader of the Chariton Cocrie who pays up his subscription one year in advance a year's subscription to one of these high-class monthlies. Send in a year's subscripuon to the CouRirs and take your choice: FAHM NEWS. A 1 6-page, high-grade monthly for the farmer and Iris family filled with contributions from the best agricultural "Titers in the country. Practical talks on practical subjects. How to make forming pay. uy men who are doing iL Price 50 cents a year. In addition to these monthlies, "our subscribers who accept the above oflex are contled to enter the JFARIf NEWS word contest. Every fontsrtant Gets a Prize.' Conations are Easy. On April 1. f897 .the publishers of Farm News will award the prizes named below fagKregating m value $1 000) to the persons sending in the largest lists of words formed from the letters in the words -Farm News." Read the rules of the contest and get to woik. Remember there's a prize for every one, and you oU as wdl hare one of the big ones as not. 7 THE PRIZES. 1 Cash ...:...$5 00 1 15 00 a ........ 10 00 to $2.50 each 25 00 1 5 $100 each 15 00 ac 50 cents each.. ...... 10 00 3 Coo copies Farm News Poul try Cook at 25 cents eaoh. .900 00 $ixxo 00 We are confident that there is not a will not derive great pleasure as well - . " - vj sug umy uicsc cijjnr icuers. unaerstatKl that all eight letters do dot have to be used in everv word in vour lijsr- heir iK j must be no letters in your words that news. In us. farm, arm, arms, are. an, are words that count. Beth singu lar and plural forms of the same word count. ' Now. who will be the first to get in the largest list? Promptness counts, as in case of a t e, the list reaching our office first will be given precedence. It's better than an old fashioned spdling-schooL Hurry along your lists ! Reacaper-TThat every contestant gets a prize! Cet down your spelling book and dictionary and hurry along your lists. "... -TT. Address The Chariton Courier. T this contest and win these prizes, you must also be a paid-up sub scriber to the Courier. GEORGE N. ELLIOTT & CO., -aJNJJ JLrUAJNT ACrENTS. 203rtsw7illo- HavUur pnrchaaed tbe ataeDoeaharrer f TitJe to all the land and Town Lois in tbe Moey on nine an bared real eatate at a low aaslne la ad titl, prepare eeoeeyaaoaa, awd ta Co art Hoaae. Aiaa, Pro ad Msa, The man who wants the earth variably gets it when he dies. m- Men and watches are iuded bv their works; both have wheels. j 0 - j i If some men were to lose their rep utation they would be lucky. The more a man has the more he wants unless it happens to be twins. A man isn't always cool when shivers in thi hour ot danger. he ' More men have been selfun done than have been self-made. A crank is a man who has a dUTer eni hobby from your own. No gentleman will swear before a lady let them swear first. Some men rob themselves they call others hard names. when A man always puts his best foot for- . ward; a mule puts his backward. Some men are so dignified tliat they can never unbend until they are broke. Some men are so exceecinSTy est that taey shun uhe naked uaih. Men are lite chickens, they always want to get on tbe highest roost. Some men seem to have been made out cf dust that had gravel id it- - Most men are reaf and willing to die for their country of old ae. Some men have a gilkm of words to erery spoonful of Ihoukh'.s. ' - Tuemissloa of the taashcr is la TION. 0? TBE CHARITON CGUBI1B. WOfilANKIMD. An illustrated monthly magazine for woman and the home. Bright stories, sketches, poems, and a full complement, of departments dealing with woman's practical every-diy life, lust the Daner - - ar a a" -t ior me ousy wtie ana mother; always pure and wholesome. Price, 50 cents per annum. . . . . . . . .. THE RULES. 1 Tht contest consists in forming words, using only the letters found ia the words Farm News. Use no letter in any word more times than it occurs in Farm News. 3 Foreign words and proper noons will not be counted. 4 Any standard dictionary will be accepted as authority. 5 All lists must be in the hands of the publisher of the Chariton Cou rier before 12 o'clock noon, March 27. 1897. 6 Every participant will be entitled to a prize consisting of the Faxjc News Poulrry Uook. 7 The lists will be passed upost by a committee of citizens. family into which Farm News goes that as profit from studying out the list ot are not found ta the two words. Fasub Ahatneta ha tiv mi. .wJmam. emntr. wm fnnitah iruiu ih.h. racn of iWtit hs, H anil ml! pay taxes lor am-reaadewte and other Of . show what mm was before he became a man. ! t It never cools a man off when the seet sprinkler throws water on hiou i ne man wno attenas strictly to bis own business has a good steady job. I .Ir wouldn't d s any good for the Pop ulists to fret over the defeat of Bryan, and especially since seven of Mc- .Kinlev's cabinet officers wear whiskers. Give a public official credit ior what he does, and call him to a sense . of. duty every time he does anything oat of the way. ST. im$ asd KAHSAS.GITY' -TO- ST. mi aad Bcrib, XEiGitSO QTiU CSStf BEHtfEB. C0LQR11C9, yTEE.CaUFemlail.CSlTr Eiiea mis, i7ASCinBTq PBOcT SOliKD. ! K&3SS8 0Sgg.8Sf.LosI Ycs!Ss!d Sleepers, Frss (Mr foi, EMsg CCKrVLT TICKET AiSKT. CT! . .-JL BRiCtvSR.T. P. A.. au siai:j sr.. ilAKSAS CTT, 213.