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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given r ,
If alitmor any iiijuricniH Miloiuin'fs run lie louinl
In AndrewR'l'earl linking Pcwrirr. Is l"v
lively PURE. HeiiiK endorsed, und totliiiniiiiita
received from such chemist asS. I Hum Iluys, Hos
bin; M. lH'lafouuUiio, of chlmpi; bihI Uustuvua
lkxin, Milwaukee. NeverMild in ttnl Ic.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
h MiiliifHtl Av. W7. '.'VIA- '."'I K, Witter
fucUirt to 1U wearor in i-vory nv,
ir tlio money will lie n tmnliMl t'V
the jiemou from whom it. v. iih lium ht.
TlpaalV'Oinwt irinniinst hv mr h-wli'ii; 1 1
not InliiHiius to I h wearer, mi'l - -I ' I"1'"
" most cuiiifiirMhli. mi'l rW II"" fc' 1 '" l 1
,uiR PIIK KK, by MhII, I'.wlHur I'nMi
Ilraltk l'r... rvlnir. tl.frO. " ir-Adlii.Hn. 1 .5.1
Abdominal Irilra beau urln. 1.60
Health IVearrvInc (fine r.niill' i.MW. I'limnim
for sale Hj leiidlii Id-lull ll lt r. r.crjrwhere.
Chicago ohm;t ., riikimo, in.
Ex-I'i-cxiilfiit .Mm Tlcr's sun, Lynn
G. Tyler, is writing a iiinr:Miy f lii-
The ilimissnl uf l,ictilon:uit l-Tippcr
loaves the colored nice without :i n-pn.
tentative in the annv almvi' thf rank uf
Jude (iarlainl, of Viiyiniu, U said
to lie tho oiliest Mason in llie I'nitcil
States. He was initiated seventy voar
The Atlanta ConsHtiJinn alleges (hat
the South paid the North last year
J.'IKl.iKiU.OiH) for products that should
have heel raised at home.
A hull with two distinct and well de
veloped tails of eipial length is what
pleases the people, of Warsaw. Ala.
This bovine curiosity is i f :i creamy
Gas has heeu succesfiiily intni'luced
as an ilhiminant on the str'-ct cars of
the British metropolis. The h"!dr.
which is charged at the r ml of every-night-trip,
is placed unl r the seats.
A Scotch woman ridin' in Saletn.
Mas.s., not yet i;itu y-ar of age.
has horne sixfon children in sixteen
years, in no case twins. 'Ihirt. cn arc
Nevada pajn-rs say that the rain- this
spring have hrought out an innn'-ri-.'
cro of Iniucli ra-i on t'e- lIiiinboM:
hills and va!l ys, ;md grazing is U tter
than it has ( n for year ja-t.
There is a hoy in Cui'inniiia county.
New York, who ha living a great-grea'-graridmother.
iiui grandiic.tliets and two
Tho grave, of I'rc-i'l' iit Arthur's de
c?ad w ife is in a rui.-il m-t ry ai
Albany. N. V. It is not marked by a
single M.jiie, but i embnucri'd with
To, myrtle, hydrangea, and day-lilies,
and is rich with evideno-s of tender
An old adobe building at San An
tonio, Te.a. over UM year old, is be
ing pulled down to make room for a
modern stnwture. It va built by
Bettlers from the (.'unary Inland- in 17.''.
Manv of the timbers, wliicli :ue cediu
wooi, are good yet.
An old Scotchman ulirilmie the dis
appearance of gliostsfroiu the Scottish
moors to the custom of tca-drinkin:r at
Hocjal meetings, h if.uii.-s s( vl
whisky on the top of old ale in enable a
inan to sen a ghost really worth talkini;
rrinee Clnrles, of Gerinauv. brother
ol the Knnerof, riiusiinies d iilv from
eighteen to tweut -four Mn.n I'Iuvmn-i
cigars, llo smokes tlnve at a time, in
n inpie-nunvien Iml.l. r, ime accord
ing to his own dei'igu.
Havana sent us TMO.ooo eui M'ts la-t
year, and epeets to double t,;1i ,lMm.
bertho present year. Havarian coi mm s
by the way, are the moM shapelv ami
graceful of any imported, and era nip
the human form divine of u,:inv of our
About 2.VVHKI pounds i.f li-h are sold
in New Wk daily. Of this ,,imnliiy
Hbotlt ti.'i )ier cent, goes ni ,, ,.j,.r'
If. ns is said, lish is (.,...1 f,. n. )r;ij'n
xew i oi Kers lllllsl Ue the
plu on earth.
Smuggling on a large scale is said to
in.' going on t uehee. it is cli:n ,
a largo ipianuty m spirits va mi,., t
fully landed from a ship at one of t,
wharves near the riihtom house, &
nights fciiico, and concealed in a build
lug in lower tow n.
A family uf negroes living in the bend
of tlio river, a short distance from
bhubuta, Mii., placed their infant iu
the pare of win children, among thein
B of son.o si.e. It seems they wont
Sun the woods to play, and bec(min
the baby.' and w shiug to rn
(lll.mselvesof its.detnan.ls for attention,
l,rke its neck with sticks, and threw
the hod vinlon. slough nearby. heii
,l.y re'lurned home, later, the child
was inouired for. and heveral conllicting
stories were told, which led to suspicion.
The larger girl was taken out, and by
.. f threats to shoot or beat her to
death, was forced to a confession.
The Iliiacliuca Water company have
jtipes laid to Tombstone, Arizona Terri
tory, and will deliver water in a fow
days. The source of supply is at the
IJuHchuca mountains, being the concen
tration of several streams from the dif
ferent canyons from the mountains. The
cos! of lhi works exceeds r00,000.
The London Truth is authority for
the statement that marriage has im
proved Sarah Hernhardt. She looks
better, acts better, and behaves better
than ever before. Her solemn-looking
(Jreek husband, either through his
strength of will or her weakness through
love, lias succeeded in transforming her
whole nature. "lie is the iir-t man,"
said she to a friend, "who ever niado
love tome of whom I am ufrnfd. Ho
can make me do what he likes."
They had a good deal of trouble in a
Montreal court, the other day, trying to
swear in a Chinaman, lie said he 'be
lieved" in anything; that he iioswciireo
tit alle;" and he didn't swear on a sau
cer. When asked if he was n Huddhist.
he answered: "Me no knowee what you
say. What you talkee about:'" In re
ply to the iiie-tion, "What religion do
you belong to?" he said "Stateof Ohio,"
and was linallv sworn by crossing his
hands on his heart.
The lloiiiinion Cattle company, of
Canada, has now invested pearly 7iH,.
it it i in lands and caitlein the pan-handle
of Tca. Their late-t purchase was
the Wolf Creek cattle ranch of lK.ooO
cattle and sl'Ni horses and mules, with
all the peroiial property belonging to
the ranch, for the sum of . 1,'i.i.tM'ii.
This property adjoins the Won I ranch,
containing ll,.j"0 cattle, just previously
purchaed by the Dominion company,
thus uniting the two ranches, which
combined are capable of carrying
tit") cattle, making it the mot valu
able property in the pan-handle.
The census otlice has issued a bulle
tin showing that by the ceii-ns of lxn
the number of pei -ons in the I'nited
States w a ,;iii. l.Vi.T.j; the area in square
miles, i'.J'oh, 17"; the number of fami
lic. !) the niiniberot dwellings,
X.ft.'io.ML'; the number of persons to a
s'piaie mile. 17.L'!': the number of fam
ilies to a square mil", .'i. I'l; the nunilxT
of dwelling to the square mile, X.'rJ;
acres to a pei-on. ToAd; aerestoa fam
ily. lt'..o.. j t-.n to a d.velling. .'.'':
and person to a family. .".' 1. 'liie ar.-a
in land i-surface only. and. eeini
of the Indian Territory and tract-, of un
organized territory, aggregating O'.'.-iO
One of the neatest bits of tit for tat
that we have heard for manv a dav oc
curred on the Southern Pacitic train the
other morning. A certain lawyer of
this citv. well known for his powers of
repartee, had lecn down to Salina to try
a case. Returning to town the conduc
tor, one of the new swaggering set im
ported from the Kat, u as very imperti
nent in his manner because the lawyer
was rather lardy in producing his tirk
et when calied i"T to I punched f- r
about tie' twentieth tiuie. Somewli.it
rullh'd. th" lawyer i.Miinked to a ftiend
next to him. "lie Southern Pacitic
shall never se a cent of my money af
ter tin-." "lioing to f i Kt it up and
down fi-'iu iiii.v mi:, L?" ?2ee;i..l the
coridui t -r. "Oh. replied the law-
ver'j'iir tiv: ",n-tea 1 t buying my ticket
at the one-e .-, i I j iv km r in to j'ju.
Sin 'ru',- iyo .V.. ; i L'.'.kr.
The youngest i-eiisioner of the Gov
ernment i James W. Crandell, age 15.
who lives with his widowed mo: tier in
Philadelphia. A ear ago ht March
he enlited in the riavv. and son after
ward was sent to Southern waters on
the Constitution. A f-irtnight later he
wa stricken with tvphoid fever, which
left him -tone (".'if. Th1 surgeon thought
Ij.l u .j 1-i r no n '9 t, i .....ii r. 1 1 1 w. .K i r.
... ....,.....,.,,,, .- - v.,. . u ... 7. . ,
and to test hi hearing placed him be
tween two of the Iarge-t guns, which
were then simultaneously di-charged.
He .stood like a statue, w herea the of
ficers expected to see him jump like a
roebuck. He felt the deck tremble, but
heard nothing. He draws a month.
His brother John, age 17, who fell
from out of the yards of the Constitu
tion and broke his arm, has ju-t applied
for a pension.
J'Biz," a Commercial Narae.
"I never was in favor of war,"
an old Arkansawer, "but 1 notice
some of the world's greatest men are
riot of my opinion. Now there's old
Trademark. He's a great man, and he
lielieves in war."
"Old who?" asked a bystander.
"Who the deuce is Trademark?"
"No wonder they call us ignorant
when such lell!ii.a you show your lack
of schoolin'. Iidn't you never bear of
the great German military man, Trade
mark ?" .
"I've heard of Ili-nctrck."
"That's a fact. -Ib-i'-mark. I knowed
that it was some sort of a commercial
Spatmh Silver by the Gallon.
Lat Saturday, while a colored man
by the name of Lewis Lowrv was plow
ing in Jiis field, about six mile east of
Opelousas, his plow struck on somo ob
struction, which, upon examination,
proved to be a ten gallon jar tilled with
Spanish silver coins of the date of 1779,
and bearing theimprint of Charles III.,
of Spain. The amount found is esti
mated at $H,00i) or lu,"MMi. Ono of tlie
coins, a dollar piece, was brought to
town to-day, and from all appearances
had not circulated long, it appearing
niiiiosi nhi- n new piece. ii is silltl Py
those wlio saw the money that all of it
was of this description, and none, of It
Ic-s Mum 10'; year old. Aiw Orlams
A steam whistle has just been finished
ui Bridgeport of which tlio sound can bu
heard lift v miles; but do not tell anv
circus man about it, or next season lie
will have a wholu .erics of thum la
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNINXL AUGUST 2, 1882.
"All the health I enjoy, and even my life,
I may eny, is in consequence of Hiiumons
Liver Regulator. I would not tako fl,
(100.000 fur my interest in that medicine
Lecturer Fla. State Granger."
Millions uf ns are bilious. Wo aro a
bilioufl riico. Half of us aro born bilious,
with a predisposition to dyspepsia. Tlio
best known remedy for biliousness und in
digestion is Simmons Liver Regulator. It
has stoo l tho test of time.
Mothers! Molhersi!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering ami
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor littlu sulferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is nut a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians Hnd nurses in thu United States.
Sold everywhere. t!5 cents a bottle.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
B. Turner, Rochester N. Y., writes:
"I have been for over a year subject to se
rious disorder of the kidneys, and often
unable to attend to business; I procured
your Bt hdock Bi,oo Bittkks, and was
relieved before half a bottlo was used. I
intend to continue, as I feel confident that
they will entirely euro mo." Price t.O')
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of tpiack medicine adver
tisements every where it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Klet trie Hitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
w ill do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys aad Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. :J)
The Bells of Uppertetnloni
patronize Sczodont because it perpetuates
and increases the most important item in
the mm i.if loveliness, beauty of the teeth.
Let the mouth be tver so smell, a very
cupid's lw, if filled with discolored teeth
it is repulsive. Whitened nd preserved
v ith this peerless deatifict', the teeth form
a delightful con'rast to the roseate hue and
lov.-ly curve of a pretty mouth. Sczodont
is far preferable to gritty tooth powder.
The Grand Central Hotel, OCT Broad
way, New York city, is more centrally lo
cated then any ether first cla-s hotel on
the American plan in that city. Don't for
t'et this when you visit Gotham and cive
them a call. S'X rooms on European plan
at )1 tin: nd upwards per day, also agJ
bowing; and Reamf.
When ayotin? lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, the tews that she may
reap. When set is of disease are planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
the uo iertaker fr.ra reaping the benefit by
using Spriag B!" m. Pries 50 ce-ntJ,
Paul G. Schuh Ag.-nt.
i"Eos w hose b!eid has Wen cnupted
and the circulation deranged by fou
secretions the result of the disordered
chemistry of the body need for their
purification som'thig like an inward
baptifra at the baa is of Mrs. Lydia E.
Pmkham. who- laboratory is at No. 2.J3
Western Avenue. Lynn, Map. Htr Vege
table Ccin pound is fairly iuuudatlng the
country with a river of lite.
Kv per lentil Duett.
We must tell some men a great deal to
teach them a little, but the knowledge of
the curative projerties of Spring Blossom
in case of tick headache, indigestion and
biUioU'tj';: is bought by experience.
Price .Vj cents, Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
By the community at large has been giv
en to B ir lot k Bloo 1 Bitters. No instance
is known where dissatisfaction has been
nninfested by their use, or where aught
but benefit followed their administration.
Price $ 1.00, Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Of all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Elec
tric Oil commands especial mention. For
wondrous power to cure disease, Its fame
their's none t an throttle. Its merits are
not in the puff, but are ineido tho bottle.
Htieumatisin, neuralgia, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis diphtheria, etc.. are all cured bv
Thomas' Kch.ctric Oil.
Paul G. Schuh, Ageut.
A Baptist MiiiMer'a Experience.
I am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of bcinjra clergyman, I grad
uated in medicine, but lelt a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
I was lr many years a KUllerertrutiHpiinsy;
"ThoinaV Kclectric Oil cured mo." I wuh
hIso troubled with hoarseness, and Thomas'
Kclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child had diphtheria, and "Thnninn'
Kclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
time it will cure seven timesoutof ten. I nni
confident it is a euro for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any ono will take n
small teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place tho end of the spoon in one
nostril and draw tho Oil out of the spoon
into the head by smiling ns hard as they
rnn, until the Oil falls over into the throat,
and practice that tw ice a week, 1 don't care
!iow offensive their head may be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness and earache it has done wonders t
my certain knowledge. It is tho only
medicine) dubbed patent meiliein,. ,t I
have ever felt like recommending, ami 1 am
very anxious to see it in every pUce, lor I
tell you that I would not be without it in my
house for any consideration. I nm now
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Kclectric Oil.
Dr. E. P. Chan p., Curry, pa
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
"Skixkh's LtVKH Pitts" have beeu the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, coBtlvcneei., etc., for fifty yeata.
Chills and Fever.
Hlmmom Liver ItiiR.i
I il fir toon brimk the
rlulln n nil csrrlua t lis
fever out ol tlieHVHli'iii.
Ii cures when all other
remedies nil I.
K ir tlio rultef and cure
of tliU UlttlressliiK (1U
enmi use Slitiiiiom Liv
Thu Kennlnlor will lioHllivoly euro this twrllilo
iIIm akp. Wv ntiHert cmphMU-Hlly what we know to
CON ST 1 1 ATION !
hlmiilil nol li retarded us a trifling ailment
line ilt'iuninlH the utmost regularity of tho bowels,
1 lii-n fore assist nature by lakliiK Siiiiiiiuim Liver
K'-uulntor. It Is harmless, mild und t'ltectiiul.
One or two tiililcupnoiifulH will relieve all the
triiiihltip Incident to a bilious Mule, Midi an Nstipea
Diyltii'KH, ProwidneKH, Ulstresa alter eating, a bit
ter liHit tic-le In Hie in ii I h .
I'i ron may avoid nil atlm ks by orraHlonally
Inl.lni; a ilose of Simmons Liver lteuUtor to keep
the liver in healthy action.
ci-iiernlly iirlsini: from n disordered stomach, can
be collected by tukluK blniinoiiB Liver Regulator.
Simmons Liver Hcgulat moon eradicates this die
1'iisu from Hie HjUlem, lenvlng the sklu clear and
free bom till Impurities.
CO I JO.
t lilldren sulVerlne w lib colic soon experience re
lief when Simmons Liver Itegiilator Ih administer
ed. Adults iiImo derive grest benefit from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; ll la harmless
and effective. Purely vegvtabla.
Uj A D I ) K U cSc K I UN KY S
Most of ihe diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore the action of Hie
liver fully anil both the kldueys and bladder will
be rest oied.
('yTake onlv the I'.i'iiiilue, which always lias on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature of
For sale by all druggists.
It yeu f-.:-r from dyspepsia, nsc
BfPP.'CK BLOOI FITTER.
If )un are a.Tktel nh Miionstiess, cse
FI KIKK K BLOOU BITTEKS,
If yea are t r.-fUMed with sik brai'.' ke.tike
Bl'RDCiCK BI.C.OD BITTERS
If yor cue's a:e d-.sotder' t rcfrala: tbm wi;h
BVRLCl K BLCK.-D BITTER?.
If yosr Yooi Is lrrticr. pnr'fy It with
PT-RIciCK BLOOD BITTERS
If oj hT :td'i:i''oE. jo-i will tDd an antidot in
t'.rRD'XK BLOOD BITTER''.
Ifyos r :r:V.rii ith spriLg comp'a.rits, eradl
Irate ihero wiik BVKDOCK BLCK'D BITTERS.
If your l.v-r Is torpid r-store It to W.thy action
wntk Ll'RI'OCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If joar llTr It tJeted yoa will find a thnre restor
tifeln Bt'llDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yua tire any species of humor or pimple, fall
not to take BriitHit. K BLOOD BITTERS.
If joa haw any slmpt'jnis of ii',tr cr acrufaloua
surfi a curatne remedy will b found In
HI HDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
For i:r.;.rtiti;- tr-n,nh and ltality to the syslem,
lo-.h-.t.' can equal Bl'RUOC K BLOOD BITTERS,
For Nervous and General DehUlty. tine tip tne
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