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UlalaMr !-td ot Sro4.
Ear. Orion D. Taylor ot Tbe Pallet,
0i who ha been in jail at baimw,
Mich., lor savsrsl months and against
whom proceedings for securing money
Dnder false pretenses bare been dragg
ing along in the circuit court for a year
pr more, was sentenced to tix years in
prison. Tbe complainant, Dr. D. B.
Cornell,i alleged that Taylor induce 1
him to buy $5,000 worth of share in the
Interstate Investment Company of The
Dalles, a concern which did not extt.
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Many persons have their good
day snd their bsd dsy. Others
are about hslf sick all the rime.
They hare headache, backache,
and are restless and nervous.
Food does not teste good, snd
the digestion is poor; the skin
Is dry and sallow and disfigured
with pimples or eruptions;
sleep brings no rest and work
Is a burden.
hat is the cause of all this?
And the remedy?
It clears out the channels
through which poisons are
carried from the body.' When
all Impurities are removed from
the blood nature takes right hold
and completes the cure.
If there is constipation, take
Ayer's Pills. They awaken the
drowsy action of the liver; thsy
WtHm IB aw Dooioe.
W hT th axcluam rrlaM ot
aeaaa of th mMt uilnul hrlci&t la
MM rjnlt4 Aum. Write fra.lr all
Crtlcular In your cae. You will ra
t a prom raplT, wltbout roil.
addraai, DR. J. C. A V tR,
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WAR SHIP MAINE In bwuHiful nRil colon
tl, bin hulUn :rui' Kllvrr. Alo A mfrVan nd
hibn KUtri tl.f.thrHf fft 54 tvnt. NOVKI.TY CO ,
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Get Your Pennon
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AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE UE 0 THE WORD " CA8T0RIA," AND
" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," A3 OUR TRAOfc MARK..
DR. SAMUEL PITCHER,
the originator of PITCHER'S CASTORIA, the same
tJuit Juts borne and does now jtt SA$-- 0,1 cverV
bear the facsimile signature of (UCUi wrapper.
'This is aboriginal "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of tlie mothers of Jmerica for over thirty
LOOK CAREFULLY at
the kind yon, have always bought Iff SjS?--tP
and has the signature 0fLi7.''MA4M wrap
per. JVo one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company of wfdeh Chas. II. Fletcher is
llurrh 8, lSOT. qJL1 &4m ,f .
Do Not Be Deceived.
iDo not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute
which some druggist may offer you (because lie makes a few more pennies
on it), the ingredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You?
BETTER THAN FUSION.
Don't monkv with polltlm ami iieirlpct th farm. Along with Tour other rrnin lhl Sprlti. ow
tnm well errwd Fli Seed on your ni-w Krimnd. NotMnir will j.hv no well. Ihe rreK Is
folnit t h bslit, and th i.rl ounhi. to I hlith. There will t- ttter market at jour door
Than err behire. liivenlly your i rnn, n, Lave mom limn ui.entrlnK to your Imiw.
PRIME RUSSIAN 1-LAX SEED,
For aowlrif rurpowa, will b i(1itI t,y n a lonir n ttif npily lnt Our mill will eoaanma
overa baif mil bin tiuahtWtn 1'. w rite for .rb-e ninlhow to sow IT.
l.l n.Oi KWs Urountl LiiiH-wl ( for moeli, alwaya on hand. W alao manulaetnra
th celebrated Woodman l.lnared Oil. Holled and Knw. .
Katabll.hml 11174. H OUIIMAN 1,1 NHMiO OIL WOliKS, Omaha. Hah.
"IF AT FIRST YOU DONT
A Hmm rabrta.
Among the new fabric aten In tbs
stores is tbe clorinda, anew weave in
a piece-dyed material that is at once
a plain fabric and a novelty. Dunoon
pladt seemingly forsake clan colors,
and retaining Scottish designs take on
tbe colors that fashion favors. The
plaids come in eix beautiful colorings.
In one type two shades of blue in the
ground are ove rshadowed by broken
lines of brown and tan, and a dash of
gold adds brilliancy to thn material.
A Mali Syu-ni.
A yuan uio of perhaps not too hof
est purposes in kife waa la pursuit of a
tailor who would not be Hkely to press
bim too closely for hi bills, and was
recommended to a certain man.
"No," said hie tailor, "I never send
bill to nice people."
"You're Just the man for soar said
"But," added the tailor. "If people do
not pay without being pestered with
bills, I conclude that they are not nice
people, and Mud tbe Mils rlfbt along I"
The youaj? man concluded that h
would try another tailor. w .
To prevent the pedal of a bicycle
catching In the chain as tbe era ok re
volves a curved guard Is attained to
tbe Inner end of the pedal to strike tbs
chain and push It back if It Bles out of
A wife nerer hatea to ak ber hus
band for money any worse than be
bate to bave her.
THE CAUSE OF DYSPEPSIA.
From the hrpublu an. .Stronfon, Vnn.
The eaime of dyspepsia is lack of vital
ity; the absence of nerve force; the loaa
of thelife-suataiiiinirelementaof the blood.
No orgun caa properly perform jss func
tion when the soun-e of nutriment fails.
When the stomach is robbed of tlie nour
ishment demanded by nature, aimiinila
tion censes, unnatural iruaeii are generat
ed; the entire system repon to tbe dia
A practical illustration in furnished by
the caae of Joseph T. Vandyke, 440 Hick
ory slreet, Scranton. I's.
In telling his utory. Mr. Vandyke sajas:
"Kire vears auo I ifllicted with a
trouble of the stomach,
which was rery axyra
vatiuK. 1 had no n ir.--tite.
could not enjoy
myself at any limr. mid
ejiecially was the trou
bb'severe when I awoke
in the mornini;. 1 did
not know uhat the ail
ment wan. but it be
en m e steadily worse
Bud I was in coiikiunt
"1 called in my fam
ily phvuician. and he
iiilarrh of the slomach. ln Mittry,
lie ini ribeil tin i...' ,uid I bad his pre-
riplion tillei. 1 took nearly all of the
medicine, hut utill ihe trouble bwime
worse, and I felt that my condition was
hopclcaa. I tried several remedies, but
without benefit. Alter I had been suffer-
iiiK everti.l iuouiIh. Thomas ( ainplH-U, of
this citv, urged me to try Dr. Williams
1'ink fills fur l'sle People.
"f finally rle-if)eil ti Imy a box and b
(ran to use the pills according to direc
tions, ltefore 1 had taken the neoond box
1 l-i;an to feel relieved, and after taking
a few more boxes considered myself re
stored to health. The pills gave me new
lite, sireiiicth, ambilion and liuppiiKus."
Ir. Williams' fink fills ctire dyspepsia
by restormtf to the blood the requisite
constituents of life, by renewing the nerve
force and enabling the stotnach to prompt
ly and properly assimilate the food. Thins
pills are a specific for all dineasca having
their oriifiiiiii ion in iuioverihMl blood or
disordered nerved. They contain every
elifiient reijuisile to eeuerul nutrition, ts
restore streiijfth and ood heaJth to tbe
Washington pr titers will ask Congress
to restore the scalu of wages that pre
viltd previous to 1877.
of llyanms, Massachusetts,
the wrapper and see that it is
PERILS OF SEA GUNNERY.
Tbe Mate's Ability aud Quick Wltted-
ne Have the Hhlp.
An ofilct-r of the United State Natry
relates the following lis Illustrating
?ouie of the perils of gunnery at sea:
I am glad to see you again, and nil
the more so, because, without 'knowing
It, I came very near going up into the
air In small bits on this last squadron
cruise. We were at heavy gun prac
tice at sea, and but for lie quickness of
a gunner's mate would never have re
turned. As you probably know, tbe
heavy guns In the turrets are fired by
electricity, the gun being discharged
simply by pressing a button. The otli
ccr In comma nil of the forward turret
on our ship during rapid firing practice
was Just ulKiut to press the button to
tire one of our big guns, when a gun-
iht'b mate was seen to grab at some
thing on the wall of tbe turret and then
fall in a heap on tbe floor. The oflicer
pressed tbe button, but the gun was not
discharged. When tbe mate came to
he was asked what had happened, anil
he informed the officer that the breech
of the gun had not been locked aDd that
what he grabbed at on the wall was the
wires forming the electric firing cir
cuit. When he saw that the officer was
prepared to fire tlie gun and at the
same time observed that the breech of
the gun was not locked, the only thing
that occurred to him to prevent the gun
being discharged was to destroy the cir
cuit, which be did promptly and effec
tively. When all this occurred there
was a charge of 'I'M pounds of powder
In the gun, another charge of the same
size In the turret ready to lie served,
and the passageway leading to the pow
der magazine was wide open. Hut for
the qubjiess of the gunner's mate the
gun would have been discharged, the
breech block would have blown Out In
side the turret, the gases from the
burning powder would probably have
Ignited the charge lying In the turret,
mis explosion would have Ignited the
powder In the magazine, and the
chances are that the whole ship, crew
and all would have gone up In the air.
A thought that has occurred to me Is
this: Suppose the accident had occur
red, what do you imagine the verdict
of a board of Inquiry as Id the cause of
the loss of the ship would have been 5
Since this experience the department
has adopted electrical means to prevent
the discharge of any of the large guns
until the breech Is locked."
Wonderful Snake Charming.
A well-known magician tells this
story "One morning 1 was silting In
my room writing letters. There was
no furniture in the room except a few
chairs, a table and the cot bed on whict
I had slept and which had a single
Bheet thrown over it. There were no
curtains or drapery anywhere about.
Suddenly a snake charmer appeared In
the doorway aud remarked, cheerfully,
'Heap plenty big snake In room, sahib!
Heap plenty big snake.'
"I told him to go away; that 1 had no
time to waste on bim, and besides, that
I did not believe there was a snake In
the whole house. But he declared ear
nestly that there was 'heap plenty big
snake,' and I linally told bim to coma
In and drive them out. lie advanced
two or three places into the nxmi, put
a pipe to his lips anil began to play.
The sheet of the bed rose In the air.
The native twitched it off and U-hold
there was a great cobra colled up with
his head In the air. The charmer's
eyes were fixed upon the cobra, and th(
music became soft and slow. Krora
the bod tlie serpent descended and
slowly followed the mini, who waa
backing toward tlie dour. Just out
side the charmer stopped and the snake
colled himself on the threshold, his
head high In the air, hissing angrily,
while his tongue darted In and out, full
of menace. He was just ready to strikf
when another native who had remain
ed outside stepped forward and, In a
flash, cut oiT the monster's head wltt
a sharp sword. 1 went out and saw
the writhing, bleeding, headless Ber
pent on the ground."
The Way It Wan .Spelled.
A lady who buys provisions regular
ly of a dealer In Boston was a little ptiz
ssled over one of the Items In her month
ly bill. The Item was as follows: "To
8 lb. psalmon, IS) cents."
It suddenly occurred to the lady thai
she had purchased three pounds of
salmon on the date given, arid the
meaning of the mysteriously spelled
word was apparent to ber.
Greatly amused, and feeling well
enough acquainted with tbe provision
dealer to tell him of the little laugb
she had enjoyed at his expense, she
said, when she went to pay the bill:
"Mr. Blank, I had quite a laugh ovet
the way some one In your establish
ment spells 'salmon.' "
When the Item had been pointed out
to him, Mr. Blank said, In a tone ol
contempt for such Ignorance:
"That's the work of a new bookkeepci
I have. I'm ashamed to have such
bills sent out, and I shall have to speak
to him about It. He Is a good book
keeper, but he's got to learn to spell II
he stays In my employ. Let me correct
Tuklng a pen, Mr. Blank drew aeTeral
lines across the word and wrote above
"There, ma'am," he said, complacent
ly, handing back the bill. "I'll teach
that lHKikkeeH'r how to spell 'salmon
when ho comes In, or tell him to find s
pew place." Tit Blls.
A Boarding house keeper always dis
likes a country woman for a boarder;
the country woman looks with sucll
suspicion at the butter that It excites
distrust among the other lsmrders.
U you want to sell an article to tbs
"vomcn, and not to the men, announci
that It Is "good for you."
Some poru once said that auburn
haired women ruled the world wblci
aUo means that fbey ruled men. His
tory seeion to lsr him out. This does
not refer to that grating, harsh, bril
liant red. but the rich, soft, wavy
iironze, which lit red gold only in tht
Xamipire, Helen of Troy, Cleopatra,
Catherine of Kussia, Queen Elizabeth,
.Mine. Kecamlor. Marie Antoinette,
I'iir.vne and many oilier who made his
tory for rho world had such hair.
This color Is indicative of abundant
Iron In the blood, which Imparts
strength, spirit, vliu and ability. Wo
men it h aburu hair are unusually In
tense in love, and theni'n lie their
lwer. They have swayed nations'
Then, boo, auburn-haired women pre
serve their beauty. Among those of the
past whose physical lieauty laxted till
past IV) is Helen of Troy, who reached
the zenith of her charm and came upon
the staee of fame at 40. AspaMla was
?A when she was wooed and won by
I'erieles. Thirty years after she waa
still a brilliant figure.
Cleopatra was long pas't l!0 when she
met Antony. Henry VII. was capti
vated by Oiune of Poitiers when she
whs .'(!. Tlie king was half her age,
yet his devotion was permanent. At
the age of '.iH Anne of Austria was re
garded as tlie most beautiful woman
nf Europe. Louis XIV. married Mine,
ile Maintenon, tbe governess of bis chll
1ren, when she was 4.'i years Hd. Cath
erine of Russia was li:i when she seized
the throne she occupied for tliirt.v-tiva
The National Brotherhood of Electri
cal Workers held its seventh annual
convention at Detroit last week. This
body has eighty uniotiB and 10,000
lie Gut it.
"Mister," said Meandering Mike,
''wauldyou like to have all the money
"Of course I would." was the natural
"Well, then, I kin approach y, u as
man to man an tell you me own feelinks.
It's a good deal to be able to depend on
sympathy and co-operation in aJvance.
All the money I wants fur the present
is 10 cents, which iseomethtn you could
help me to without miflsin."
Advices from Ctiina show that the
silver dollar which was, by imperial de
cree of 1890, made current money
throughtout the empire, is becoming ex
tremely unpopular and unsatisfactory
because of fluctuations in the brice of
silver, its value, of course, beinu deter
mined merely by the market pne-i of
the silver which it contains. The same
reports indicate tiiat China is rapidly
advancing toward a condition at wbich
she will follow, the steps of Japan by
the adoption of the gold standard.
A Cheap Trtok.
To manufacture a cheap kalsomine
stuck on the wall with glue, claiming
It to be the "same tiling" or "Just as
good" as the durable Alalmstiue or to
buy and sell such goods on such repre
sentations would seem a cheap trick.
Some resort to it. To be safe, buy
Ala bastiue only in packages and prop
Labor accomplishes "verything that
is honorable and worth liaving.
Shake Into Your Khoes
Allen's Foot -Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing feet and instantly takes the sting
out of corns and bunions. It's the great
est comfort discovery of the age. Al
len's Foot-Ease makes tight-lining r
nmv shoes feel easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot,
tired, nervous, aching feet. Try It. to
day. Sold by all druggists aud shoe,
stun s. Bv mail for 'J-V in stumps. Trial
package I'KEE. Address Allen S. Olm
sted, l,o Hoy, N. Y.
Half of a person's trouble is imaginary
mid tht other half is not 80 bad gener
U!v as it seems to be.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for anv cii-e of catarrh that can not lie
enred by 1 1 nil's t ainrrh Cure.
K. J. ( II K.N KV A: CO.. Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned huve known K.J.
Cheney for the l;m 1T years, and believe
him pertectly honorable in all business
tra isiii'tioiif hiiiI 1 1 1 1 a i n-i a 1 1 y able to carry
out anyohl mat ions limde by their linn.
Vst it Tiii'ax. Wholesale druggists.
I'ol'do, O., Wai.diso, Kinnan it Makvin,
Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.
Hull's i 'ntarrli Care is taken internally,
acting directly upon the bio id and mucous
snraces ot the system. Teininioniiils sent
tree Price 7Sc.' per buule. bold by all
K.ndness is tbe well-spring of human
joy, It enlarges the soul of both the
donr and the receiver of It.
TO CCKK A tOM IN ON K DAY.
Tk Laiaitve Rronx, yutnliM, Tnblxu All OruciiUti
rafuait Uie. mount If It tan to cura. 2Ac
11 Oft ol the people who are known as
cranks are nch because it i the only
manner in which they can obtain noto
tiety. Mir Wlnlo' Soothino KYsnr (or child
ren H-eltilnr. K'fien ihe ruhix, reluor Inttsm
niatiou, niifty )niii. cuimn wind culirj, Zic buule
Why does a small boy always take
delight in resing how near he can skate
to the danger sign?
I believe I'iso's Onr is the only inidi
eine that will cure consumption.-Anna
M. Hons, Williamsport, I'a.. Nov. 12, '!.
Why ii the average man alwaye ready
to stand up (or the weak r sex every
where but in a street car?
NO MISTAKE. 2SSSSTJ WsM
FIBItOID TUMOR C0NQUEKED.
Expallexl by Lydla B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Strong State
ment from Mr 3. B. A. Lombard.
One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
the conquering of woman's dread enemy, Fibroid Tumor.
The growth of these tumors ia so sly that frequently their presence is not Sus
pected until they are far
pains" may come from its
early stages, or the pres
ence of danger may be
made manifest by ex
cessive menstruation ac
companied by unusual
pain extending from the
ovaries down the groin
If you have mysterious I
pains, if there are indica
tions of inflammation or
displacement, don't wait
for time to confirm your
fears and go through
the horrors of a hospital I
operation; secure Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound right away and
begin its use. .
Mrs. I'inkham, of Lynn, Mass., will give you her advice free of all charge if you'
will write her about yourself. Your letter will be. seen by women only, andyou
need have no hesitation about being perfectly frank.
Read what Mits. 15. A. LoMiiAKU, Box 71, Westd:.!e, Mass., says:
"I have reason to think that I would not, be here now if it had not been for Lydia
E. l'iakliam's Vegetable Compound. It cured me of a fibroid tumor in my womb.
Doctors could do nothing forme, and they could notcureme at the hospital. I
will tell you about it. I had been in my usual health, but had worked quite
hard. When my monthly period came on I flowed very badly. The doctor gave
me medicine, but itdid mcno good. He said the flow must be stopped if possible,
and he must find the cause of my trouble. Upon examination he found there
was a fibroid tumor in my womb, and gave me treatment without any benefit
whatever. About that time a lady called on me and recommended Lydia E.
l'inkham's Vegetable Compound; said she owed her life to it. I said I would
try it, and did. Soon after the How became more natural and regular. I still
continued taking the Compound for some 1 ime. Then the doctor made an ex
amination again, and found everything all right. The tumor had passed away,
and that dull ache was gone."
A Sufficient Not ie.
Near Christina Lake, in Washington,
a rough road leads from tlie main high
way toward the lake, where there is a
ferry operated by hand power. At tho
point of departure of this road the fol
lowing sign, posted on a tree, informs
passengers of all they have to do to
make the trip across the lake by this
"Wagon road to Christina if you want
to go across hollow or yeall alo a gro
cery store and hotel."
Tonne People's Illetinet Mission.
"You people have a definite mission
as young people," writes Mrs. Lymsn
Abbott, in her series of Peaceful Val
ley Papers," in the Ladies' Home Jour
nal. "They are not, to be so absorlsd,
even in preparing for their future work,
as to forget that they are to be Joy
givers of the home and of the commun
ity. Just as truly as the Is-auty of the
butterfly's wlugs and the colors of the
flowers are to gladden the eye, and the
song of the bird is to stir the heart, so
young men and maidens, in the beauty
and strength of their youth, with their
clear, happy voices, are to refresh the
spirits of the careworn. Young people
bave a distinct mission, not only to be
happy themselves, but to make all
around them happier, and first and prin
cipally in their homes."
Corrupting the Word.
Grammarians are protesting against
the abuse of the word "unique," which
means unequalled, the sole object of
Its kind. "Very unique." "most
unique," are qualifications now In com
niou vogue; and by-and by a new detl
jnitlon will creep luto the dictionaries:
"Unique peculiar, odd, extraordi
nary." Every one dislikes an old mun who
Inimrlnes he Is too young for his wife.
"IRONING MADE E3SY
r DFnniDFC wn rnnKiMr.
MAKES C0LU1RS AND CUFFS
AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT WBv
ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO
AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF
OF ANY OTHER STARCH.
ajtUTAXTURED OHLY By
THaU C miRINGFRRROSCP
,Vl"t a;ai rtm&-T9mmm,iwi saOOasaik
Tliis March n nr?prfdonMfntifir. prlm
mcv InundfM iriif. It rKtorosnld linen nnd Rummer drcHftefl to tbelr
IiLlurn! vWu -new end impfirl a beautiful
mnmifrietm.-ti thnt ta perfectly bannlftMH,
other 8ubntuitco injurious to linen and caa
For sale by all wholesale and retail grocer
A SmMfe Turtl.
"Tabacco Binuking," said a traveler,
''is so common in Holland that it is im
possible to distinguish one person from
another in a room ull of suckers."
"But supposing you want to speak to
some one present how are you to find
"Ah, in such cases a waiter is sent
round with a pair of bellows, with
which lie blows away the smoke from
the face of every person until the right
one is found."
The Champion in Frugality.
Guy, the founder of Guy's HoajpdtaJ
In London, wat us parsimonious ill iprl
vate iie as he was inunitkint in public.
A good s,tory Illustrative of this Is told
of him in counecti-on with John Hop
k:us. one of his cuuteiaiporaries, who
was nicknamed Vulture Hotplrlna est
account of his rapacious mode of avc
gulrliiij his tmimentve wealth. On on -occasion
he paid a visit to Guy, wlvo,
on Hopkins' entering the room, lighted
a farthing candle. Hopkins, on belsq.
tusked the object of his viaut, said: "1
have le'u told that yoiu, sir, are better
versed lu the prudent ami aecessarj
art of saving than any man living, and
I therefore wait on you for a le,s,so la
frugality. I have aliways regarded my'
sc-lf as an adept in this matter, but
am toid you excel me." "Oh," replies'
Guy, "if that is all you came to talk
about, we can dlscu&s the matter la tho
dark." And thereupon he blew out ths
candle. Struck with this example ol
economy, Hopklne acknowledged.1 thai
he had met his superior in thrift.
Stenographers will appreciate a new
ly designed notebook which has a
hinged arm attached to the cover t
form an easel support and raise tht
book into a nearly vertical position.
STIFF AND NICE
livmon tvhohfiTO hnd vonrsof tkrvcUcftl
nnl laM inff linifh. It In tie onljr ft rah
rontiiiniriK noiUier urornic, alum or M
be used even tor a baby powder.
N. N. U. NO. 48617. YORK, NEB.
WI1K WHITING TO AUVKBTUStmbf
plftM as fmm saw tlaa 4vrtSaaaBMait
la thta him:,
Ii, jjslfwfa - iff ri5 f'.w J
1 liUfltS WMtKt ALL USE f MIS. I I
IJ Bt( ouilh Brrup. TaMaUo(L UBS I f
TA tntlnm. Hold by UrnotaU. I
Talk Isn't cheap wda you hlr a lair
rat- ta do U for joa.
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