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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or hmy inj ii ri his si ilivjin i C.iii bo fomul
in Aroirvwn' I'oarl linking Powder. Is res
tively PURE. Hoiiineinlor-nl, nilloMiiumial
nviivid iriiia Biich i-hcn,M as s. liuuu llnyt. Ho,
ton: M. lUil'(intHiiii of i lib .i.ru: ami Uustuvns
Bode, Milwaukee. Never oi in hulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
f Mlrhuim Av. '.N". '.'Ml A '."Jl KWaier
Virvrrtpuiit ttl Wtmitlitt fi atltU-
fuelory to It wiri'r in every nnv,
or tlm iinmov will I"1 ri'luP'tfl lV
the person from whom it its bi.u.:ht .
Thornlv('"r-i f "ri"uni In "in I' "ov t i ..-lnn
nol Inlupluun III'' wear, r. nml . ii.I. ih-.1 . IihIm-.s
lh- iutU'mfii'itMo "' I'1 rl" 1 1 ""' ' t,r
made." ,,( rM hv M, 'i,iK(. I'.iMi
Health IWrtlnc. IM. IT-llHn. l-h
Abdominal (. lira heavy) '.'". Ni.ralnir. !..
Health PmKrvlnr ' Hnv routll i '.'.. I'amKoii
Foraale Uartinr Hi-lull Hi-xli ew i-jw here.
CH1CAI.O rtUlhl'.'J' CO., hh.'uo. 111.
l a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Hark ami tlm Phosphate, asaoehited with Hie
Vegetable AromatleH. Endorsed by the Medical
Frofemlon, ami recommended liy tlii'iu for ly
opala. (Jrnrriil ItrMlllr. I'riitnlo !
rri, Maul of Vitality, Krniiui l'r-
ration, omul noo li-oiu I'rirr
ndl lironlot IiIIUhikI t't'vrr. It serve
every purpoiie where n 'luNie Is iieccasary.
Eanifactard by The flr. Barter Mcdiciuc fo St.louii
The following In one of the very many teitlmo
blal w are receiving dally i
Mima:. Home three month ajro I began the
Clio of lH. II iitkh'm Iron Ionic, upon tin' nil
vlre of DJuy fili iiit who knew Itu vliiut'H. 1 M
iifffrtn from (iiMifrnl rti hlhty to Hiirh nn extent
that luy liilior wuHenoicillnly Iiiii iH iiaoiiiv to mo.
A varatlon of a month ilhl not iti me much ro
llrf, but on th conn m y, w lollnwcU hy In
crranpd pnmtiallon ami ("Inking ilillln. At tlili
time I hmnn the ito of your IhoN IVistr, from
which I n ullrol almost limiicillnte ami woiiiIitIiiI
rwnilm. Tlicolil cnriiiy n-lnrmil ami I found that
my natural force win not iiernianviitly ahati-d. 1
lure lined throe hoiilrMof ihc Tonic. Hiice using
HI have done I why the hihorthat 1 ever did In the
ania tlmcdiiHiiK my IIIiicmi, and with doiilile tha
rue. With tho ImminU ihtvc and vlnorof body,
Laacomo alM) a c Icnrnrat of tliuutM in viT bclora
enjoyed. If tlie Tiinio Ima nut done the work, I
know uot what. 1 plve It the midll.
J. 1'. WA'i'ftOM,
Troy, 0., Jan. I, IS78. I'aatur t'lirimlan Church.
Sal by DfuggUts and Genortl Dealers Every when
Ilftt-tiMt. r nHlnniiicli lilttir' I i-fnU-r iIvhi' i
ta with riTlnlnl ihhI r 'iiiiitui' than
any known n-inody, ' d l a nio"t ki hIiiI Invito
raiit, aiifli.'r alio aid to ici riilon 'I'h'oi" am
liol em tv aii'ri.iitiM, ihinaiuli i f our i oiiii
lryin"-ii and woIihmi who hiiw i ji"ri in d ll
eflirta arc aware, hut nn hai k-d up hy Irri frai'a
hie prootn. I he llitii r nlo I'lve a In alllilul at I in
ulnalo the iirliia-v iir!nii
Koraale'hy ail Jirui'lata and deah r eiii:ially,
LOST UKfe'l OUCb.
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BUMt noted ii(l mieiHwfiil H-i;ialll In the I'. H.
Inow reitredi lor iherurenf A'ert'Aii ItrhUUu,
Mm! M-honl, Hnlafin and ln--uu. r.oil
ipllnii,t!MiVelo.1.rre. JiiiiKHmtt'ttiilHI II.
Wdraii DR. WARD & CO.. Louiiim.. Mo
kmi tvprlMic in nurinc fiitKfc i Hit IiIimmI, fctla and
ttatia,ftervswa Itehlllly, lwiulri, Organin
WmIimim, 4Hirrlia-m rtklml i"l Mrrvurlnl
A'oetiMi aiieelallf in id tm --t.uur ,,ni,. 4
wtlh w( b4 ur rcni.dl'a. I nil nr ril Inr l.ui
tifMM ta a anfwrrtd liy tli)Md.irlb imiiniil l n.ll.
(rmawlalx IrM Hf Mre kald ( I lirlr i4im,
aad Imt mhwiIiIx t Urlr adaala. II ! aul a
.Mm, WU. UI TIK. I "lb !., at. UK Mm
MTiMUJMKU OVKU TU1J.I V liXAa.
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A Bhct Not Shot.
BY JKIiUMK BI HNETT.
Many years at) t!m tunlDrsiimd had
ruiUiona of AMit liuntitii' and fishino;
miuul about tho town of Torre Haute,
linliann, and while much could bo writ
ten and told in reference, to gamn killed
and lish caught, mueh, also milit ho
8!tid of times when panm whs not killed
and lisli wore not indiiend to take hold.
I mn inclined to think there is studious
effort on the part of sportsmen who
write and talk (the few who aro so dis
1'i'M'd) to mention only the brighter side
of their experietiees, and to ignore the
ini'iilents and trials that exasperated
Talk about sons that are never suti',
of kisses Hint are never kis.-ed, of itn-lnen-ie
sinus of money that inilit have
been made-they are as nothing coin
pared to the big tUh we have hooked
and hiMt, and iiiopportiine oeeiirrenees
that have kept us from bagging magni
Vou probably know of the great de
pression of spirits that has followed tho
discovery that yur powdcr-llask was
lo.-t in the niuzle-loading days when
pigeons were coining over in myriads;
you know how thoughts of immeasur
able disappointment arise with the view
of a man on horseback between you
and a llock (if wild gecc to which you
have been groping your way on hands
and knee you probably know how
soon life becomes a burden by seeing in
tervening fool prints in tlm virgin snow
when you have been tracking a deer for
hours, and near by bear the report of a
gun; ton lios-ibly know the desolation
of spirit that conies, after going ten
miles. to a favorite li-hing-grotiud, to
tind that some "rural roiKterV have
juM I titled a I'ttndtvd yards' seine, mid
raked out every living thing. These
are the toothaches of memory; but,
thank the Lord, they are only here and
there, Tho good times are the bright
est, and grow brighter, w hile the mis
adventures and disappointments serve
their purpose, perhaps to point a moral
and adorn a tale, to teach us to bo
more careful, more observing, more ex
pert. Speaking of turkeys. I was coming
down to town from a friend's farm on
Olter t'reek. where I had spent several
days huuting sipi'iiTels, and having a
grand old time, for a boy with a new
41111. It was early morning, and I was
footing it on the highway, approaching
what was known as Marke s Mill.
The owner of the mill had put a
fence around a dozen acres of laud
near the creek, where he was feed
ing hoes foe 1 1to Terre Haute mark
el. Nearing the enclosure, 1 saw
six turkeys running along by the side of
I he fence, about sixty ards ahead of
me. ducking their beads occasionally,
picking up corn, and trying to tind an
opening to get into the field. 1 bad
never killed a wild turkey; in fact, had
seen but few alive.
"What a splendid shot." I said to my
self, "if they were only wild!" Raising
my rille. I took aim. and further com
mented on the beautiful shot I could
make, thinking of the likelihood of
bringing down two tit one tire, and what
a jolly thing it would be to lake home a
nice, f.ll wild turkey,
'I hey ran along in the position I )ir,t
saw them two or three hundred yards
showing some distress tit my near ap
proach, as some lame turkeys are wont
lo oh, but evidently eager to jjet inlothe
corn. Three times I raised my rille and
took good aim. wishing I could liavo
such a. shot at wild tinkes, and regret
ting thai I had not been able to rind any
the two or three days before.
Finally the "gang" crosed the road
within tilt y varus of mo, and disappear
ed in a strip of dense woods np the
creek. Refute 1 reached the mill n man
came, np to me and asked, with great
"Why what' h the mailer with your
1 held up my pet rille w ith some show
of pride and answered, "Nothing,"
"Why, er is she loaded?"
"Yes," I replied, a little phpied at tho
man's: peculiar manner.
"()! you're not aftergame!" the man
"Yes, I have been, but on Iho way
down to town I don't expect to see much,
ti prairie chicken or two, perhaps, below
hero, i killed a lot of siptirrels yester
"Don't care much about big game?"
"Yes, sir," I said, emphasizing the
Just then two men crossed the rotnl
hue where 1 had seen the turkeys, both
armed and intent on business,
"Reckon you haven't hunted round
here much - haven't practised much on
turkeys and things?"
"No; Muiirrcls have been my best
"Well, that's curious; well, why
didn't you give 'em a twist, anyhow?"
"Say, mister," I almost gasped, as I
heard a crack of a rille, "were those wild
"In eonrsethey was, and busters, too.
Dill (ialrell'n got one of 'em now.l reck
on!" It was no me to talk further; it was
too late to repair inv loss, and I trudired
on home with a regret that, twenty-five
years have softened but little. I'orcsl
Mosquitoes and Elephants.
Thick as an dophant'H skit), no living
creature sutlers more from flics, nios
(juitoes. leeches, and other vermin, than
lie. The Hires are very large, und gad
llie.s and mosipiitocs, &c, worm theni
selvcs into the hollow, and Mick to re
pletion. Thus the whole day long they
are constantly throwing up dirt, squirt
ing waliva or water, to get, rid of these
pests, to the great annoyance of their
riders. They bnore a good deal when
iisleej), and I have often heen them rest
ing their bends on un outstretched foot
when lying down. They are very hti-inau-like
in many of their ways. 'They
gel a piece of wood and use it tu a tooth
pick. They scratch thcimselve with tho
lip of their proboscis, and if they can
not reach the place with that, they take
up a branch and use that. Natives suy
they plug up bullet IioIor with clay, but
I never knew in an instance of it my
fcelf. The London IkUl.
OAIUO BULLETIN: TI1UUSUAY MOKNINO. AUGUST 9, 1882.
"All the health I enjoy, and even my life,
I may eay, is in consequence of Simmons
Liver Regulator. I would not take fl,
000 000 for my interest in that mediciue.
Lecturer Fla.SUte Granger."
Millions of us aro bilious. We are a
bilious race. Half of us are born bilious,
with a predisposition to dyspepsia. The
best known remedy for biliousness and ia
digestion is Simmons Liver Regulator. It
lias stoo 1 tho test of time.
Ladies as Grain-dealers.
Two blooming ladies, fair to look up
on and elegantly drosed, rode down on
the street-car together to attend to the
duties of the Women's drain Kxchange,
One was a blonde, theotheraiironouuc
ed brunette. They were much interest
ed in discussing the present unsettled
condition of the market, especially the
decline in wheat, and so deeply engaged
that they did not stop to think how ex
traordinary their conversation sounded
in the ears' of their uninitiated listeners.
Said the blonde: "Oh, this drop is to be
accounted for in many ways. The mil
lers have shut otV grinding, and because
of the late fall fanners will not need so
much grain for feed. Resides there is a
good ileal of monkey business among
speculators, and they are banging away
at each other without regard to the pro
prietory of tilings, or actual condition of
the supply, and demand."
"1 tunililed into a pretty good thing
on that last bust," said the brunette.
"I don't care if the whole bottom falls
"I do," retorted tho other; I am an
awful bull; 1 believe in crowding. I'm
longer now, and stood in for l.;in."
"Maybe I'd betterstraddle," suggest
ed the other.
"No, don't you straddle anything.
That'll break up the best of 'em. You
might as well try to straddle a buz.
saw." This was too much for one of the
passengers, a Roard of Trade man, who
smiled so ardently that the ladies were
confusedly interrupted, and signaled to
the conductor to stop tho car. There
was a titter as the two got out. St w
Yorh Journal of Commerce.
An nrk. two hundred feet long, is be
ing built by an Iow a man. w ho believes
that a second tlood will take place in
He intends, however, to take pas
sengers at jJ.jOuO each, and expects to
make a fortune.
(ieotgia has probably the smallest
foreign-born population of any State,
only 10,664 out of 1.612.0UO total; she
probubly has also the largest per cent.
uaM'e to her own soil, over 1, '100,000.
Do Not lie Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouch for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we ppeak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry Vf. Schuh.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. .Neglect frequentl re
sults m an Incurable Lung disease or 011
Miiuptiou. Jitown's Uronchitd Troches do
not disorder ttie stomach like cough syraps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the TIirot Troubles which Singers and
l'u'ilic Speakers aro Bubjert to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
au cntiro generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Bold at 25 cents a
Ry the community at largo has been giv
en to Burdock lilood Hitters. No instance
is known where dissatisfaction has been
manifested by their use, or where aught
but benefit followed their administration,
l'rice 11.00, Paul 0. 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
then 'a none can throttle. Its merits are
not in the puff, but aro insido tho bottle.
Rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis diphtheria, etc., are all cured by
Thomas' Eelcdric Oil.
Raul 0. Schuh, Agent.
A Jlnptist Minister's Experience.
1 am a Baptist minister, and before I
even thought of being a clergyman, 1 grad
uated in medicine, but left a lucrative prac
tice for my present profession, 40 years ago.
1 was for many yeurs a sufferer from quiiitiy ;
"Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured Ine." I wus
also troubled w ith hoarseuess, and Thomas'
Eclectric Oil always relieved me. My wife
and child hud diphtheria, tind "Thomas'
Eclectric Oil cured them," and if taken in
tinio it will cure seven tiinesout of ten. I am
confident it is a cure for the most obstinate
cold or cough, and if any one will lake a
small teaspoon and half till it with the Oil,
and then place the end of the spoon in one
nostril and draw the Oil out of the spoon
into the head by snifling as hard as they
can, until the Oil bills over into the throat,
anil piactice thattwiti a week, 1 don't care
how offensive their bead insy be, it will
clean it out and cure their catarrh. For
deafness ami earache ithusdotie wonders to
my certain knowledge. It is the only
medicine dubbed patent medicine, that I
have ever felt like recommending, and I am
very anxious to mm; it in every place, fur I
tell you (hat 1 would hot be without jt in my
house for any consideration, 1 inn imw
suffering with a pain like rheumatism in
my right limb, and nothing relieves me like
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Dr. E. F. Chane, Cony, I'a.
Raul G. Rchuh, Agent.
"Sklleb's Liveii Pills" have ken the
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costlvcuess, etc., for fifty years.
Chills and Fever.
Hluunous Liver Hobu
Ititor coon break too
chill and rarrlu th
fever out ol tho Malum.
I) cure when all other
K.r the relief and cure
of tilt dmtremlni; dl
enae n mi Slnunou Liv
Tho Kepntator wit) rioxltivvly cure thin to.rlble
diaeaae. We aaaert emphatically what we know to
ahould not be regarded a trltlinif aliment Na
ture (liunamlM tho utiuuet regularity of the bowel.
'I lieref'nre aas'at nature hy thklui; Siuiuiou Liver
Kce,ulator. It la harmleaa, mild and ellectual.
One or two tahleapooufulH will relieve all the
tron Men Incident to a hilioii alale, auch a Naimea
li.int'H. Urowalueaa, Diatree alter ealluK. bit
ter had laatu In the mouth.
I't raoiit may avoid all uttiu ka hy ocraalotially
taking a iloae of Kiinlnou Liver tt gulator to keep
the Iner In healthy action.
J J AD BREATH!
Ceticrally Hrlailitf from a disordered atomach, can
be corrected bv taklliK Mminoti Liver Hej;ullor.
Simmon l.lver Keiilat r toon eradicate thla die
eaae from the Kjati-iii, leaving the akin clear und
free tioin all impuiitie.
CO I AO.
Children aull'ertua with colic aoon experience re
lief when Simmon Liver Kci;iilntor I adminlater
ed. A'lulta alao derive crest henellt from thla
medicine It is not unpleaaant; it 1 harmlea
und ellcctfve. Purely ve," talila.
PEA DI )EP fc KIDNEYS
Moat of i he diaeaae ol the bladder originate from
thoae ot the kidney. Kealorc tho action of the
liver fully aud both the kidneys autl bladder will
tlSrTk only the ceuuiiie, w hich always has on
the w nipper the red Z trade maik and signature ol
J.ll.ZEIEIN & CO.,
Formic by all drtiiu'lal.
Pain Cannot Slav Where
Jt Is Uciud.
ItbtU'Uiatlaiu I cured by
THOMAS' ECI.K'JTKIC OIL.
A lame back ofcinht year standing waa ponlltve
ly cured by W cent worth of
TAOMA8' ECLECTH1C OIL
Common aero throat la cured with one dime of
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL.
Coiih'ik and colde are cured by
All throat and luuk; diecaac are cured hy
TUOMA8' Et'LBCTKIC OIL
A minim I cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTH1C OIL.
Burn nud frost bite ru relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLKCTUIC OIL,
Always gives satisfaction.
Hold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
Price fiOc. and 1 1
FOSTER, M1LHUKN A CO., Prop'ru.
Buffalo. N. Y.
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