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IU K ft otrr tho ki.jt nit tli r cat on th lutdi fcu.l looko i int.) ik-Ii rtlii r' fji. It M kuch h iilk'lit 14 H rim In f..r Iowm. Tho knrrotiii liLt'" t rumiwitin, &;i 1 cTtn tho (Jft J n'tnunl to Lijer of lute, Wt ro yu ever 1 1 ynW be ak nl'rnjtlj. "No," fcho u!iw'r 1, omc hat tnr. tied. Ho koctnf.l li w tli his ih(n(;htn for A fuw lnoiiH Ui'', tli'Tl he haul, m l.o lufikr-il .! -niiitit'Ij into her faco: "IK-U'tyuti think-" "1V," kliu Hni.l, t x ctan tly. "TUt it v.uhl be nice-" "Ob, yen, very nice." 'To p't Honio ion rri'nin?" "No," kh. cxcUinnd, nngrilj ; "I halo it." A n 1 k t h y iurt"l. CAi ciX7t Tini' nil I. Old VlrK1uU Ken-hup. Tako one. peek of reea tomatoc. half a jicck of hito oiiioDs, three ouueca of whito luuMurd need, ouo ouuca each of ellii ico ami cloven, Lulf a i ut of mixed mustard, aa ouuco of Llnck jK'i iicr uml cuUry eod rm L, and ouk jiomiil of brown t.ugar, write Fdlz II. l'urkir in nit nrticlo ou "Hjm I'miotit Kctt-l.tij-s,' in tho July Ladiiti' llo .e Jnurunl. Chop thu toinatocH uml oiiiuin, iiinklo with salt aud let tuud three hour.-; drain tbo mater off; put in u j rcm-rvo kettlo with tho other ingredient. Cover with vinegar ami net tu tho firo to boil nlowly for ouo hour. A llitl pcrtre Disease Is ever, r ut. In no form is It more to be dreaded than in tlmt of the formidable miila ulea whic h altack dm llom-y and bladder. Brlght'd dlxia.o. diuliete ami gravel may alike be prevenU d. If narl! ity of tliekldtieys l rertlMfd in time with Hut-tetter's Stomach Hitter. H-ivi-rt-i al-ci in ns-n of rlieumn JUin, dy-pep-ia, -.nt ipatioii, malaria, bil-lou-illi m ailtt Iiervoim .(., The more boneM y a man b.is, the lesa he af. fecta the aim of a eaiut. Dr. Kl nvr'a Swamp -Root eurei ail Kidney and Madder trmitiles. j'amplib-t ami C'oiniiltntlon fre. Laboratory hinlininton, N. V. Heaven will ! inlu-riteil by every man who Las heaven in hii foul. They Cure Tlie t autie. Mot of tbo rlicoriifort In life romes from thn atomnch. You'll admit that without ar gument. The i.roof I in your own stomach. A great many kc'-minulv different -.1mi- come from ti.e common aue a disordered stom.ii h. t'oinint' f rom one catip, it in natu ral that they t-hould all be cured by ono medi cine. Kiptuis Tnba!e not only cure the dis-ea-e they cure the nie. They are not.d f.'r dyt-pepia. W.io-.isneK. headiiche, constipation, diz.inei-s and at trouhles of th sioniach, liver anil bowels, lJrug sis sell them. Tobacco Tattered and Torn. Every day we meet the man with shabby olothee, sallow Bkin andshamhlintr foottep, holding out a tC'btiooo-palKied hand for the ( charity quarter. Tobacco destroys manhood and the happlneHS of perfect vitality. No To-Baa Is guaranteed to cure juet such cases, and It's charity to make them try. Hold tinder guarantee to cure by Druggists every where. Kook free. Ad. Sterling IVeuiedy Co., Kew York City or Chicago. 1I.', This! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chknev A Co.. Trop".. Toledo, O. We, the underpinned, have known F. J. Che ney for the last 15 year, and believe him per fectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tion made by their firm. West & Tucax, Wholesale DruEslsts, Tolodo, Ohio. Waldino, Kinpan & Mtimx, Wholesale DruKcrlHtc, Toledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act Ins; directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. 6old by all Drui'ista. Testimonials free. The Cox College. The Southern Female College, removed from LaGranie, G., to Manchester, near Atlanta, kBM been in rhnrje of the Bacon-Cox family over fifty years. In the new location the ta- cllities and advantages of the College are doubled, and it now stands in the iront rank I Southern college. Mrs. Winslow's Sootblnp; Syrup for children teethimr. softens the turns, reduces lnnamma- tlon, allays pai n, cures wind colic. 2oa. a bottle Wl at a Sense of Itelief It Is to Know- that you have no corns. Hinderoorns removes tnem, anil u eomioriim;. uc. ai uruiicisis- Impure Blood Manifests itself in hives', pimples, boils and other eruptions which disfigure tho face and cause pain and annoyance. By purifying the blood Hood's Sarsaparilla completely cures these troubles and clears the skin. Hood's Siirsaparilhi overcomes thai tired. drowsy feeling so general ut this season and gives strength and vifjor. Eomember Hood's Sarsaparil.a Is the only true, blood purifier prominent ly In tho publlo eye today. $1; six for $5. Heed's Pills cure habitual constipa tion. Price 5S cents ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT IS k THE BEST IFOOE- FOR Dyspeptic.Delicate.Infirm and AGED PERSONS JOHN CARLE & SONS, New York. . L.-lJjil?--.''-i'tA l i Lllrtl-S Wrifiil- AIL li Sr. rAlLS. I, I Best OoukU aymp. Tauj G1.0U. Usek f; in II. IK, roin ny fAi?ANIt '-a PAItLlAMKXT Ol'KXS. i( Li.Yiu.-i i.i.cnaisi-in rii'.uoi 'i in: not si:. The I It. mil Memteri Mitnvcd Up In Hue Force. Tho rnKlih'i Iidmso of common an-ki'inMi-.l t Lotitlxii Sloiidny liiuriiiri. Tin ro h a luro atteiuluuco of iih-iu-lrr. The Kovcrtiment I t iichi at nn imrly hour wcro crowdo.l to excess nn l mnuy nieinl chs wero compelloil to take rufugo iu tho croHi lieiicht. Tho lil ernl an.l Irif-h lienche wtro not rrow.leil enrly iu tho ilay. Anions tho Irihh iin-rul T of inriiument jreseiit wa T. M. llt iiley, who nut licUecn Mr. T. P. O'Couuor ntul Mr. IaKan1 lilako. Also jTeseut on tho Irit-h LeiH-he were Mr. T. D. Kullivan, Mr. John I il!on, Mr. Charlc K. . Tau tier an J othir iliktineuisheJ lea.lcr of tho Irish untioualiHt jmrty. Later in the day, however, tho liberal lienche boramo crowtleil anil when tho jro ceeiliu cotmneuei."!, tho liberah ha 1 showeil ti in tiuo force. ' Tho riht Hon. Sir John Mowbray, IWt ruoveil tho re-election of Mr. William Court dully as upr-nkcr of tho house, an.l conrutulatoil the houso upon loing ublo to open it I'roceed ing with such au act anil without a dissenting voice. Ho pointed out that Mr. (lully had eminently proved hi fltnetM for tho post. Tho liberal whip, Mr. Thomas E. Ellin, member of parliament for Meri otwhire, seconded the motion and com plimented tho eonnervative leader, Mr. Balfour, on tho course ho had taken in thin connection. Mr. dully then thanked tho house for tho honor done him, which ho Raid ha did not think he owed to personal considerations, but to tho manner in which he hoped ho had acquitted him self during his term of office. The speaker wns then conducted to tho chair amid loud cheers from all parts of the bonne. Upon alumina; the chair Mr. Gully again thanked tho house for tho honor done him and the mace was then laid upon the table. Mr. Balfour conpralulated Mr. Gul ly upon his re-election in a few worde, expressing confidence in his impar tiality. nir William ernon Harcourt, on bohalf of tho liberals, also congratu lated Mr. Gully, but it was noticed that he was not cheered as warmly as was Mr. Balfour. The house of commons then adjourn ed until Tuesday. FOUGHT ONE ROUND. Fltzslmmons aud Corbett Have a Lively and Unexpected Sleeting. Bob Fitzsimmons and James J. Cor bett came to blows in Philadelphia Saturday night at Green's hotel. Fitzsimmons had just come down from the Winter circus, where ho had beon giving a bag-punching exhibition, ne was going over to the eating bar to get ft luncheon with his boxing partner, Thomas Forrest. Corbett, his brother Joseph, W. A. Brady and John McVey, a member of Corbett's company, were standing near the clerk's desk at the end of the bar, as Fitzsimmons and Forrest passed in. The Corbett party had been drinking and in a spirit of braggadocio Corbett attempted to pull Fitzsimmon's nose. The latter backed away, but Corbett followed up and Fitzsimmons finally resisted. In a moment tlnre was a general melee. Brady picked up a chair and attempt ed to brain Fitzsimmons, and the lat ter threw him to one side. Corbett's brother then took a hand in tho game. Ho struck Fitzsimmon in the mouth, cutting bis lip. Forrest came to Fitz simmons' assistance and ho and Joo Corbett were tusseling about the place, inoking chairs and tables to tho right and left. Meanwhile Corbett was trying to get at Fitzsimmons and then McVey got into the struggling crowd. See ing the odds against him, Fitzsimmons picked up a heavy water decanter and hurled it at Brady and Joe Corbett. The flying bottle went wide of its mark, and striking a heavy iron col umn, was mashed into thousands of fragments. As soon as they could re cover from their astonishment, tho attaches of the place rushed at the struggling crowd of excited pugilist and attempted to separate them. But it w?i a hnrd job und a reserve force of police officers were called in and in a few moments the men were separated. Corbett and his party left tho place. Fitzsimmons sat down to have his luncheon, but ho wa3 too excited to enjoy it, and after partaking of a small portion of it ho gave up tho attempt ami went out for a walk. His clothes were somewhat disarranged and his shirt torn. One of his hands were bleeding and it looked as if it had been cut with a pen hnifo, or some small weapon, although the wound might have been made by a piece of glass from the broken decanter. No arrests were made. Six is the only thing in the world which never had an infancy, that knew co minority. lUlu't Thought of That. r-'evrrn! HphU af'o ft well known phvkirinn butiht a pnokoof peanuts Ir.-ti it Main strcit pi-d 1! r, and while lliit innti wa immuring out hi pur ehastt tho d.jctur drew a eij-ar from hi pocket Olid roe i di d to liyht it. The peddler looked at h 1 111 with a korrowiul expression on hi face. "They don't kinuko iu heaven," ho sni.l. "No," answered the doctor, er do they mil pianu'.s." Couricr. "N'eith- An Original Notire. The following original notice wa discovered tacked ou ft rural church door: "Notice There will be preaching iu this hotiHP, provideuce permitting, Huuday; and there will be preaching hero whether or no, ou tho Monday following, upon tho Hiihjvct: 'Ho that believctu and i not buptized kluill bo lived, aud ho that believtth not khall bo damned at precisely half-past 3 o'clock in the a'.tcruuou. Kxvhnnjc. Takra at II me. McElree's Wine of Car Iu! re I eves the ajony endured by many women nrmth after month In mxle-it silence. It Is recoinmendB.l by many phyi-Un as the most effective remedy .-...,i known for painful menstruation. The treat ment ran be adopted In tha prhacy of home, without submitting to humiliating examina tions or consulting1 a doc tor. Mr. W. L. Mitchell, of Pratt Mines, Aa.. writes: "For the pait six months I have uf fered awful ptis at the time of my monthly period. A few months ao my husband got me torne McF.lree's Wine of Card tit. Since ulni: that I haven't felt a pain. I can't ijlv It all the praise it shou'd have." J. W. I'oilard, Plea-ant Hl'ltre, Mli., isys. "McElreuVi Wine of Csrdul cured my wife after four doctors had failu.1." 4 Prsnilanit Doctor Nprnks. He 1.4 not talking about niMll.-al ethics, quits the enr.trary. Tlie scentis: is eaer 10 grat-p t rut h in whatever field il rosy lw found, itnd t h fact that Tner's lJyppia Hemedy is so meritor.ons ca. is forth from him a teslimon ia : "Chiplev. fi Atnrust V t'Ot -T)r. C. O. Ty- ner, Atisnis.t Ji.: I thins it U due you that I should say mat Timer's Ilysprp-Ia Hemedy ba- done more tor me than all other prepara t 'diii t hat 1 have tried. 1 think it is a valua ble remedy for chronic, dyspepia and indi ReMlon. It has cured me. 1 hope you may be ab e to cure a l dy.-peptics. They are legion, I) H. Q. T. PUKSBLU" Tito's Cme lor Consumption relieves the most ol sMnute ouwln.-li v. I). Muchmckl I.KK. Lexington. Mo., Feb. 24, '14. 2JI$ ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tafte, and acta fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, jiver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy; of its kind ever pro ducer, pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the Btomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known. byrup of Figa 13 lor sale in ou cent bottlee by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Io not accept any iubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N Y. THE OGLETHOliP Drunswick, Ca. This is the finest Hotel In its npuolntmnnts south of rt<imore. Tlie tublo is supplied with all tho delicacies the market 91111 atlord. The t'ui-ine is excellent, and service prompt and attentive. Open nil t li" vear. Kates ren-snnnhie.- J. H. STILWELL, lYl imager. back or objection to! disproved, a thou vvomen are using one of them, who saves bv it. Manu- '1 1 1 Highest of all b Leavening Tower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report frv A r? 1 V I f t .Doirn pure InijU of Neuspuper Mru, "One of tho great trial of the news paper profession," Bay T. DeWitt Talmufje, "is that it member are compelled to ree mro of the khain of the world than any other profession. "Throuph every newspaper of.lee, day after day, go all tho weaknesses of tho world; all tho vanities that want to bo puffed; all the revenge that want to bo heaped ; all tho mistakes thut want to be correctod ; all the dull speaker that want to bo thought elo quent; all tho meannes that wnut to get it ware noticed gratia in the edi torial columns, in order to cave the tu of the advertising column; all the men who want to bo set right whj ' were never rit'ht : all tho crnck brain --------- 0 - , - - - philosjjdiers with stories as long h. their hair, and a ploomy as their Su per nails in mourning because bereft of soap all tho bores who come in to stay .live minutes, but who tay five hoars. "Through the editorial and repoto rial rooms all the follies and khauis of the world aro seen day after day, and tho temptation is to believe in neither God, man or woman. It is no sur prise that in the profession there are some skeptical men ; I only wonder that journalist believe anything." HOT WKATIIKiC DON'TS. Don't worry about the weather. Don't work unless you have to, and then work slowly. Don't fail to carry an umbrella if you are exposed long to the sun's rays. Don't drink anything to excess. Ice water is about as bad as anything elso. Don't use a fan. The exercise of working it will overcomo all the good you experience. Don't make a meal largely made up of meats. Vegetables come at this season of the year especially for the benefit of man. Washington Posit Parker's iiier Tonle Is Populnr for good work. Suffering, sleepless nervous women Ilnu nothlui; so snotliltK nu reviving Yes, it's ready ! OUR NEW gy-Sent by mail on receipt of 10 cents in postage stamps or money. I-M1M 1-1 1 rt rr-i 1 I JUniN r. LWVCLL Sole U. S. Agent for " STAR" rv t The One of farming gradually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer containing a H high percentage of Potash is used. Better crops, a better soil, and a O larger bank account can only then be expected. 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