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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifaliim or Hiiy iiijiirinim.siiliMniK'MCiiii l) found
til Andrew' Vcnrl B.ikiiiK Powder. In J
tiv. I) PURE. Heini; endorsed, Hint kstiiuoiiiiih
rm'iv.ii from such cheiulMp. as S. ihinn lltiys, Los.
ton; M. 1 CoiiUiii)f, of .'hioii:;o; an.l Uustavus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
45 MidiiKaii A v. 27. A -".'1 E. WutiT
I-- vr.it'u (infant iu v.iirrnlit. .1 Klltis-
factory to its wearnr in rvt-ry wiv,
or tlio money will lm refunded ly
the poruon from whom it v. s hou.vlil .
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nut liijurl..... 0. (he n r. t.. . i -i . l'1'" "J
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HMlthlWr. Inc. !.( 'lf- l""'1"'
AMoniliml (ejlra heavy .!. N.ir.li.ii. T.M
Health I'rcwrvli.B 'tint- e....tll. i.n. l'ro
Forwilo by Irndtnc ItKnll .! r. every whrre.
C1UCAUU COKisLT CO., t'tiicai.o, 111.
I a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Bark ami the I'lius'ilutlcs, asocl!ited with Hie
Vegetable Aminatli". K.n.liiine.t l.y Ihe Medical
Profession, and rcenniinended l.y Ihcni f. .r !
nep.la. IJonoral OeMlllv, IVinnlo IM.
run, Haator Vllitlll.v. wu 1'ros
trallon. (.invirfiHT Inim lever)
and lironlc 4 lillla and levrr. ltservea
every jiuriiote liri a 'lu.siu In met unary.
Banali'tared by Tlie Dr. Ilarlcr Mcdicice Co., SI. Louis.
The following Is one of l be very many tCBtlm
Dlali we are receiving (lull)-:
7l'pmr,r-Home three months S;o I began the
Use of IIahtku'h Iiion Tumi,-, upou Die nl.
nice of uimiy friends who knew IU v Irlues. 1 w
iifTc rliif fr.iin gciirral ilt lillily to nu ll an extent
thaluiy lnttor mui'X.'r'.tliit.'ly l.nr.li iiruiih' tome.
A vacation of a iiioulli il.l not f-nc inn niii h ri
lief, hut on tin- contrary, wm followed tiy In
creased prostration Hinl Hlnkliig dilll'.. At thl
time I bti.m tlieimc of ).mr I kon Tonic, from
hlrh 1 rfaliri 'l alnixHt Inirii.-illalc and wonderful
reaulto. 'I h.-ul.l u.-iyy i.-i urio.t uii't I foumllliat
my natnnil foree not. ixTinanently alutted. I
have uted tlin-e hollies of (he Tonic. Klnreuaing
It I have done twice the hihor that I ever did In Ilia
tame time during my tllnetut, and w ith dnul.le the
eaae. With the tranquil nerve ami lKrol hudy,
haacome id", a rlearnem of thoucht never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic lias not done the work,!
know not wlmt. 1 lve li the eivilli.
ilobt gratefuM v-oiiic
Troy, O., Jan. 2, CT. I'astort hriauia Cliurch.
TSate by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhort
Ilia th iviiiciirri-ut unlinov ol the pnhllr anil
the modtcil .roh'Klon, that IIohIi iIi th Klom it'll
Kltteralea iii' ilh inn which achievK ronln Ki.ei ii
lly felt. thoroni!li and l.eniim lleolil. a r.-clllyl'iu
lirerdlaorder.it limoiilon (he feilile, eoiii'iera
kidney and bladder ritiiiiluluta. and hii letia the
eonvnluHCeiire ol lliore recoverlin? Iroiu iMileeldnii;
dlaeaaea. M ri-over il ! the crnliit eiivrlllr f.-r
lerer and at-ne.
Foraale by all Driitinloia and dunlera centrally
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Atiotlmof ymitlilul iniprudeniw raconft I'mu.
tar iMtray, Korroua li. l.iliiv, 1, ric,,
arina; tried invuln every Inov.u run. dv, hu .In
eorrred a ein.pleii. lt rim-, vt huh l.nvll .iv ri'i i:
to hie Mlow.nifli-i -tt- .Mrte J. I., itl.t.t
AI, 1 hnllinui M.. IV. V.
Wama A. favorite pr.wrlptlon of nna of the
mot noted and uihm.IiiI penallM In thH'.fct.
(aow retinal) for i hf-riireof Arnooa lt bttity,
mt Jfif, irenAneeaand Iti-rvty. heiit
plain aeuicu'liveloierrr iiruwKialatau fill II.1
AMrtM DR. WARD A CO., Uuitiana. Mo.
li r BARS NO U&E , II
II . (lRYIN6T0H0l0n0hSNj
ffu HH P IC IT Sv
The Man Who Wanted a Shirt.
A bliruwil rtiiintn man was in New
York llm oilier tiny, awky, uncouth,
ami innocent cnoiioli in iippejinince, but
in reality with his t'ye-toeth cut. Pass
ing til) Chatham Mreet hn was con
tinually oiicoiii)tcrel with importunities
to buy. From almost every storo somo
one niHlieil out, in accortlanco with tho
annoyiiirr cii.stom of that street, to seizo
upon aiid try to forctt him to purchase.
At last ono dirty-looking fellow caught
him by the arm, ami clamorously urged
him to liccomo a customer.
'Have you got any shirts?" inquired
the countryman with a very innocent
"A splendid assortment, sir. Stop in,
sir. Kvery price, sir, and every style.
The cheapest in the street."
"Are they clean?"
"To he sure, sir. Step in, sir."
"Then," resumed the countryman,"
with perfect gravity, "put on one, for
you need it!
The rage of the shop keeper may bo
imagined as the countryman, turning
upon his heel, quietly pursued his way.
An OJd Theft.
"Do you see that large old house over
there?" said he, pointing with his lin
ger to a farmhouse on the other side of
the valley. Nodding my assent, he con
tinued, "An old fellow named , oneo
lived there, lie died a few years ago,
but he is not forgotten. He had a love
of appropriating other people's property
to his own use, and once, when coming
down the steep, long hill on the other
side of the river, with oxen and cart, ho
saw a large wheel tire lying in the road
just ahead of him. Afterlookingaround
to see that he was not observed, he put
the lire upon his load ami covered it
from sight. On arming home tinder
cover of the darkness he hid the treas
ure hi? had found securely beneath his
barn floor and felt happy at his new
!ieiuiMiion. Hut o! when morning
(laiM).'d, and he went to the cart to re
lieve it, of its load, he found that the oil
wheel was minus ils lire, mid the un
happy fact pressed itself upon him that
ho had stolen his own property."
Iact3 for tht Curious.
The most acute pain will not provoke
nn elephant to injure those who have
not, offended him.
A needle passes through the hands of
eighty workmen before being ready to
tloliver to the trade.
If a lamp chimney be cut with dia
mond on the convex side it will never
crack with the heat, as the incision af
fords room for expansion, and the glass,
after cooliu, returns to its original
shape, with only a scratch visible where
the cut was made.
In "Walton's Complete Angler" is
the story that a pike whs then taken In
U'.i", in a fish-pond near Heilbronn, in
Arabia, with a ring tixed in its gills on
which was engraved the words, "I am
the lish which Frederick the Second,
iovernor of the World, put in this pond
mi the fifth of October, l&l.V' by which
il would appear that this lish had lived
three hundred and sixty years. This
lish was said to have been nineteen feet
in length, and to have weighed three
hundred and lifty pounds.
There is a class of objects to be found
in ponds and ditches of great interest
the rotifers so called because they have
a motion resembling that of n wheel.
In length thev are about the fifteenth
part of an iucii, and form beautiful ob
jects in water under the microscope.
I'licy are marvellously tenacious of life.
You may dry them to a powder, and
keep them it year or two in your oabi
net. and when again put into the water
they will in Hit! course of an hour or two
revive and be found whirling iibotit with
their accustomed vigor.
The most clever of all spiders aro
found on the shores of the .Mediterra
nean. They not only live in silk-lined
tunnels in the loo.-e soil, but actually
have iloors to their homes, These doors
are made of layers of web and earth,
and shut down naturally by their own
weight, so as to be hidden by the grass
growing above them, lint if by chance
thev are disturbed, the spider herself
wilt cticn rush to the lop of the tube,
and sticking her claws into the door
will hold it down with all her might as
she messes her body against the side of
her house. When the spider would en
snare a victim, she goes to the ton of
the hole or tunnel, pushes open ihedoor,
fastens it back by live threads to blades
of grass near, then spins a web round
the open hole, and goes back to her
tunin l. When n beetle or other insect
is yfitight, the spider darts out, pierces
her victim with her poison fangs, sucks
its blood and carries the carcass away
some distance from the hole. To guard
against I he. crawling insects that creep
into their holes to attack them, these
spiders make a second tunnel branch
ing nut. of the liisl., ami liuilil a door
way between them, so that they can re
lieat into the passage in ease of attack,
and, setting their bin k against the door,
bailie the intruder.
Incident of tbo War.
A gentleman of our acquaintance re
lated)!) us recently an incident of tho
war that was new to us, and is worthy
of record. The farm of a gentleman
named Mi Leanconsli'iitcd a part of the
tield upon which the first battle of
Manassas was fought on the memora
ble 'Jlst of July, IMil. ltelieving that
the section of Virginia in which ho re
sided would be the theatre of future
con diets, he concluded to seek a more
peaceful location, where lie would not
be disturbed by the tramp of armies
and the havoc of battles, and, after
mat tire consideration and careful search,
decided the locate in Appomattox conn
tv. Ho sold his farm, purchased a resi
dence at Appomattox Court-House,
and removed his family and household
ellecls to that point, siipjiosiug himself
to be secure from the invasion of the
contending hosts. Four years thereafter
the remainder of (Jen- I.ee's army made
their last stand at Appomaltox'Coiirt
Hoiise, and, Mrnuge to snj, the articles
of surrender were duiwn up and signed
In Mt Lean's home, He had seen the
1m ginning and tin end of the great con
flict. ('inrltritcrittc Chroniclf.
A man bom nt sou canj'.ot be prouti
of Lis nafivu lautL .., . . .. j
TIIK DAILY UA1K0 UULLKTIN:
Liver, Kidney ami Briffht's Disease.
A medicine that destroy, the germ or
cause of Unit's disease, diabetes, kidney
and liver complaints, and has power to root
them out of the system, is above all price.
Such a medicine is Hop Bitters, and posi
tive proof of this csn bo found by one trial,
or by asking your neighbors, who Lave
been cured by it.
He "Jest Yanked It Out of His Year."
While talking with James Milton
Sherrod the other day. the latter care
lessly pulh'd out of his pocket a very
handsome agate, round and worn smooth
by constant, use as an ear ornament. It
Had a hole drilled through tho top, and
by a deer's sinew this trinket had form
erly been suspended from the ear of
some .Sioux brave. The work on the
stone showed the crude and patient ef
forts of the untutored red man. On bo-in"-
asked how he .secured the agate, Mr.
Sherroil. after whittling off some black
tobacco with a butcher knife, rubbed it
in the jialm of his hand awhile, and
then, after putting it in his pipe and
trying iiiefl'ectually for a long time to
light it, said:
"I got, it up in the Black Hills iu '76.
A lot of Sioux Indians ambuscaded-me
one evening in the form of a horseshoe,
and 1 had to cut my way through. I
killed several of them, and the rest lit
out. When I come to assess the dead, j
I found a big fellow wearing this here j
agate tied on with a deer's sinner, audi
1 jent yanked it out of his year. There "
was another one in his other year that I
got, but I lost it. It was the exact fact
similar to this here one." Lnrntnic
Womau'8 True Friend.
A friend iu need is 8 friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially wheu assistance
is rendered when one is sorely alllictod
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
li male population. Ktery woman should
know that Electric Bitters aruwonisu's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to trie taste, and only cost
lifty cents a bottle. Sold by Geo. E.
A Remarkable Moss.
The material so closely resembling
horse-hair, which is extensively used for
stu Hi ng ' carriage-cushions, etc., is not
horse-hair at nil, but a curious kind of
moss which grows in Alabama and
Louisiana, An article in an agricul
tural exchange gives this description of
the moss "harvesting" and preparation.
The moss is gathered mostly by negroes,
and after a tree is stripped it is allowed
to rest, for seven years, during which
time the mom renews itself.
Cypress most is preferred, as it is the
longest and most tenacious of all tho
varieties. After the moss is gathered,
it is placed in a sunny spot aud left to
the action of the wind and weather for
At the end of that time tho grayish
bark peels of!', leaving the hair almost
clean. It is then sold to the plantation
store-keeper or country grocery-man,
who pays from one to two cents a
pound for it, according to quality.
The next move is to send the material
to New Orleans to manufacture. After
the moss reaches the factory, it is sub
jected to the action of the washer,
which is a large cylindrical arrunge
niont, with a wheel inside, which pulls
the moss hither and thither, and lashes
it through a vat of boiling water and
soap, until the stun" is cleaned.
'I hen it is hung out upon rocks to
dry. This done, it is put into the duster
a fan-mill which entirely removes all
the dust that may have survived the
washing process. As a result, the moss
comes into the factory yellow in color,
and goes out inky black. Tho article
is then made, up into bales, and marked
according to quality. The highest grade
can hardly be distinguished from tho
''How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all the
timei" "1 always have Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy, " was the reply," aud thus
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See other column.
Ait Kinii'H Sut'ccHs,
Il has been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Kclectrrc Oil is an
entire success iu curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, ueuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description,
Paul G. Schuh Agent.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and mahuia, are cured by "Bel
ief's Liver Pills."
The invalid limb) in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's (jreat restorer. It is
wonderful. Hold by all druggists.
A (i tinning Death'M Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a rcfinud ob
server, than a row of diddered teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and hcukhtul Bo.o
tiotit, which whiteim yellow teeth, imparls
ruddiness and hardness to colorless, un
healthy gums, and a floral balminces to the
breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondroiisly .attractive in consequence of its
use. Leading actresses and cautatriccs re
gard it as incomparable.
Tim Grand Central Hold, 007 Broadway
New York city, is one of the finest, if not
tho flnesl, hotel in New York city. Recently
thoroughly renovated and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, and
charges exceedingly moderate. 200 llooms
on European plan at $1.00 and upwards
per day, also a good restaurant attachod.
Nearly a Mliaek
E, Asenith Hall, Hinghamlon, N.T.,
writes: 1 sullcred for several months with
a dull pain thrnuoji left lung nnd .boul
ders. I lost my spirits, npputito and color,
ami t-otild with dilllculty keep up all day.
My mother procured some Burdock Blood
Bitters; I took them its directed, and have
felt no pain since first week after using
them, and am now quita vvnli. Price $1.
Paul G. Bchuh, Ayout.
TIHJKSOAY MOKNlNti. JULY 27, IB83.
Chills and Fever.
Slmmuni Liver Regu
lator roon breake the
rln lli and carries the
fever out ol theeyetem.
It enrea whim all other
Kor the rollef and cure
of thl" dlotrcaaliiK die
eaae tlie Slmnious Llv
The Kt'Kiilator will poaltively cure thla twrtbte
(I1..C8HH. We amen emphatically what we know to
CON ST 1PATION !
rliould nut be regarded a a trifling ailment. Na
ture tli'iuamlK the utmost regularity of the bowels.
Therefore aH'fl nature by taking niiniuona Liver
H.-KUlator. It la uavmlcPH, mild and etfectuul.
t)pe or two lnlili'Kio(.iifule will relieve all the
trouble Incident to a hllloua atate, auch aa Nauaea
i)i.liieH, UroWKincKti, DiHtreoB alter rating, a bit
ter had tanle In the mouth.
I'croona may avoid all attacks by mcanlonally
taking loe of Kiininona Liver le)iilator to keep
the liver iu healthy action.
HAD ?. IK ATI I!
uenerally urlaitiK from a rtlaordered atomaeh, can
be corrected hvtakiug Stnmiona Liver negotiator.
Slinniona Liver Hegulat r soon eradicates this die
ease from the system, leaving the eklu clear aud
true Irani all Impurities.
Children sutVcrinc 1th colic soon experience re-
lief when Simmons Liver tci'iiiator ta anmiuioier
ed. Adults iileo derive erent benefit from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; it is tittrmlesa
and effective. I'liroly veyetabla.
IJLAJJDKR & KIDNEYS
Moat of the diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Keslore the action, of the
liver fully and both the kidneys and bladder will
I'eyTako only the genuine, which always has on
the wrapper the red . trade, mark and signature ol
for pale by all drtij;i'lsta.
Pain Cannot Slav Whole
It 1h Used.
HliuemaUsin In cured by
THOMAS' KCLKO'TKIC OIL.
A lame back of elcht years standing was positive
ly cured by 50 ceuts worth of
TAOMAS' El'I.ElTRK' OIL
Common (ore throat is cured with one dose of
THOMAS' KCLKCTKIC OIL.
Countis and colds are cured by
T110MA.V ECI.KfTHIC OIL.
All throat aud lulu diseases are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL
Asthma is cured by
THOM AS' KCLECTK1C OIL.
Ilurm and fiost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' EC'I.fcCTKIC OIL,
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price 50c. aud $1
Jt'OSTKK, M1LHFKN & CO., Piop'rs.
Buffalo. N. Y.
Investors of small and medium
niiiounts in (iruiu, 1'rnviHlonn and
htoeka B3 fully l.rotocto.l as most
exteiiHivoaiel iiiMueutinloi.oratO! a.
Our BiieeesHfiil. full v tritttl. old en-
, , tulilihliiMl plan. Try It. UuKirt
WHEAT sent wei'Klv, ih vldoiida paid month
ly, o'-iei nt ..nee lur exinuiibory
flreuliirs hiiiI iinit record, kkkk.
Iiivi.loudB a id durinKiiiiHttbirtei.il
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liingcr, Iliichu, Man
drake, htillingia, and
many of the best medi
cine known are com
bined In I'urker'sCinger
Tonic, into medicine
of luih Viiried powers, aa
to make it the greatest
lllnrwl Purifier and the
lUmtori-r l.rer Used.
It cure Rheumatism.
Slreplewness, & diieaess
fifths hlnmucn. unwell.
I , n I Lunsi Liver Kidneys, i
Hair Balsam. fe'cLSnT,
i.e. Nw hii.u ro.ior.Un never intoxicate. Hutcox
Limes Liver A Kidneys,
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