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flRTING TO MOID OOWIC,
.KARL BAKING POWDErNI
ITAM BOU MOTORIST
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If slum or ait v injurious Milixum-es imii ImJ Imma
in An trow' I'earl Bakinc Powder. Is '
tivelv PURE. ItciiiKeii'ti'r.l.aiidtts-titiemUw
TTwi'rcd lrmn Mich chemists as s. Dunn Hays, Una.
ton; M. Heliiloiitiiiiie, of Chieiign; and .iuttvns
flode, Milwaukee. Ni'vit sild Lii bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS fc CO.
4P Mi.'hii-mi At. y7. .v '"') K. Water .
i-i-.rii I'urji.t. in KBrraiitMl finirt-
fitetorTto Its warcr in every v.nv,
or t!io moiir-v will lie rdmi'li-d IV
the iicrHun from whom it wits l-ciu-lit.
Th""iilV(.t'l pmnnti-.fi-l hv err l:..lit I1111'1'
not lii)nrl..u. l. Oi.n.r.r. mnl . ii'l.-r"-.! Is !" J
inost.Wortubli. anil p-ilcci. tntn.g "i-i ' " r
PliK KSbf Mull. l'-.l-tK" r.Wi
Health l,re.crvlii-. IMI. H. If. .l.i.H. 1 &
AM.mitnul ( lro h.at jl 20l. ."-lB. l.5'
Ilralth I'rc.ervli.ir illne emit. '-'" J'r
For ..If hf leading Ktill l -l- . err li.-r. .
-'Hi"0'OUSl-.T ., I 1,1 :mi,o. III.
In a preparation of Protoxide) of Iron, PrnivlJll
Hark mill liw Phnphat. asocl,ilcc with tlia
Vciritablo Aiom:iilc. Knilorni.1 by the Mcihcal
Profelnn, nuil ir'ooiiiiticntlc.l by lln-m for Jte
prpsln. Crnrml lehlllr, I rninlc !!
man, H (till of Vitality. rvua 1'rni.
ration. ItRi'il'trrarr from I'Mrn
and hroiilo hllla iiikI I'rtrr. Itwrvtl
rerjr irj)0) ulu iu & ToMU Is utx n".irjr.
Biiiafadured bj The Dr. Ilartf r Medicine Co., St. Lonis.
Thi followlnjt la onti of (he very many tctlmo
Dlalt e art! irccltliig dally :
BfBllmTi.' Some llirre inotiilia apo 1 hppn tha
One Of IH. llMIT Kil l I HUM 'I on u , upon Uie hi'
tire of many frlrmU wlm kni'W lln vlrtiii'd. I wai
iifffrtii! from iri'ni r.tl di'lillliy to mirh an extfnt
that my labor Kaacn i'diliicly liur'it imnine to me.
A vacation of a monih ill'l not :lve me ruu'.h ri
lief, hut on tlie contrary , a followed hy In
crrawri pninlrnllon ami i-!nVlii(i rlnllf. At Uil(
time I b-fan the iiao of your Infix Tunic, fr"H
which I rORllr.t'il aliinint Iniintdlate ami womlt rful
reniltn. Tlicoliteiicrio' n tiiniid aii'l I fouml that
my naturnl force win not permanently abali d. 1
hare uaert three iHiltlesof tliel i 'NH'. Since u.tliilf
It 1 have done twice the labor that I ever JP1 In the
unit tlmeilnrlug my HIiicm, and It li double the
eaae. With Die traiiijull nerve and Icorof body,
tiucome alo a clcann m of iIhhil-IiI never before
enjoyed. If the Tunic haa not done the work, I
know uot what. I five It the credit.
J. V. WATSOS,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1878. I'aaUjr C hrtatlan Church. .
fSale by DrupRlttt and General Dealers Every when
HoflctP r'i! Btornitch lllltcri eti-u'ea dvepi p
klawlth cn n'cr reriniiiti mill r it a 1 1 1 u ! than
any knoii rcinc'ly, and l a imot ti Wi I Invito
rant, appt'tlxrr and aid In tci n lion. Thcmi am
lint em ptv K airt miiat, an Ihoii'aml'" of our conn
trvmen and woihcn wlm Iiiivi- experienced Ha
effect a arc aware, but ' luicled n p by IrnTrnua-
ble prnofH. Tim lbtlcr alui nlvv n hi iilllilill film-
Ulnato the 111 ilk y orivitia
Knraale bv all Drti;;i;liit and dealcra ucniirally.
TART LI NG
LOST MANHOOD Kliil Ol. F.O,
A tl.dllli of hill! Jll.pl'U.b lirn nil,. in.- p.,'-i
lurn lin vy, K-nviii. IteUjoy, 1 ( ii'-u.b.'. !. , ,,.
tavini; tn. d in vim cM-ry nn.n ri i.u-.iy ii ,', ,
cuveriil Ufiinpli-ii. it rup-, v.lu.-li bn v. i k-' i' p; k
to Ina b l'.o.i.iin. r. in, ii.l. In i,s J. ei iK
4 ( lull liiini m K. 1. Ml
A faviirlln tiri'rliitlon i,f om, ,r in.
Bloat noted nd aniTwaful piioc-IiOIhIh In Hie t' M.
I now retired i lor lliecureof Aeri nit ItrhilHu,
W""toolf, M'illiicl Itrrim, h.-lll
iulaiuu..A.eiivloijrr, liriimwlmau Hint.
Addreu DR. WARD & CO., Lnuuiint, Mo.
K J a4 awui lha
av aavaoiuaa af
biiil ttN.rl'.B, la riirltiK .1iraaiil ll.r bIMf akin and
Hnaea.-nervnna HiMHIv. ln..ni,io, lirianln
WaakaMa, t.oaorrhiria, Miililllil ai,i M.n.rlul
AaTcollaiia apetHally In elril ,.a n.niit. pni,' it.i,,
vllk aafa aii'l iur tnn"1la. llm aril I'.i l.i.i nlyn,,.
.ia U ka naai.ra'1 lir llioafdaillltc llfatiii' til In mill,
(ranaeiaatarlaf tnm ..lura.0a waa Ih.lr aanrm.v
aad laara aallile( la lklr adiaalaaa. It !! a I rim. f
tUrm, Iltn a. -IX W-. kl. Unli, Kg,
1.1 V WW
I Pi a iaWK
f CLEBRilT0 'PA
It Waa A Tast "Hoss."
How a Nag BcjI a Thunder-Storm.
A iiroiniiiciit Walcrliury "Iiosh" man
wiiH ei:iti:itiiifr upon the sicp(linp;iiial
iiics of ft linn lnir.su to n pnispi't'livo
luiycr, tlio oilier da.v. In reply to nn
iiili'iniiitiiry rcantinrr tlio animal's
'staying'' iii:ililics, ho said: "Stay?
Well, 1 irness In.;" 11 slay; ami he'll keep
It is o;ait liyht up as loti as ymi want to
drive. I'll jest tell you alio'tit a drive I
tivik from llanlmry last suuniier. A
drummer cot left by the Xev .Midland
train, anileoiiie up to my stalile to pet
some one to take liim over. The hoys
were all Imsy, nn' most o' tlie horses
was out. John, ns we call him, had
been drove up to Hantam the day -before,
an' 1 hadn't let him that morning.
1 knew 'twas rouh on tl hi fellow,
but I knew't he was good for it. so 1
hitched up. an' we Mailed. 'Twni ti
bilin' led day, and tliiMy's fury; hadn't
been no rain for a week, but we rt to
Danliury all rilit ju-t after noon. I
put John in the stable, an. after dinner
I set out on the stoop to the Wnoster
House, sniokin', and thinkin' I'd wait
till the roolo'the day before I drove
back. It seemed to pit hotter' n hotter,
an' we had to rt in doors, an' set in the
bar-room. Wal. I set there till after
four o'clock, readin' a paper, an' drink
in' rum and ice-water, when I heard it
thunder. I went out on the stoop, an'
sec there was a shower eoniinp, o I or
dered my ho-s brotij'ht riht out. Mr.
Raymond tried his levelest to make me
stay; said I'd pi soaked tliroii'rh. an',
like enoUfrh, ait struck by liejitnin'.
15ut 1 told him I'd pot to pit home that
niphl. any bow, nn' if I started ripht
oil' I'd pit there ahead o' the shower.
Vou oupliter ii heard him an' the other
fellers laupli when I said that. Of
eour-e I didn't expect to do any thinp
of the sort, but I did n't know John so
well then as I do now.
"When the ho.-tler bnn:ht John
at'outi I to the dour the rain was a enm-
in' whole water bclaixt there an' Mill
Plain, and we could hear the wind roar
in' tliroiiph the trees up back o" the fair
ground. John, he knowi-d that suthin
unusual was up. for he Mood pawin',
and a workiu' his ear.-, an' kinder look
in' up to nn". as nnicli's to say. 'Old
man, er don't know how muchofa hoss
1 be when I M.t about it;' an' 1 eonfo-s I
"Wal, w hen I g..t in an' took up them
reins the li.ul stone l :t I begun to rat
tle on the V.iteheti rouf to th' hotel, an'
the thunder-claps was tnin' to see
wllicl) . could make the niovt ioi-e. I
jest .sung "Ut Id John to gi;. you
may reckon he did pit. Krery time a
fresh thunder-clap 1 r-.ke l.M,e he si-imed
to lake it as an aipwui-iit for him to go
fa-ter. I had the biigy t.;i up when I
.-tarird, but afore we'd gmie a mile I
had to li t i' flow u ll-it, for tlie :iir prcss
el into it mi .-oiid that I couldn't
breathe. When we pot into the holler
jest t'other side fi' New tow n, 1 looked
over niv .shoulder, an' the wind was
racin' down the hill not twenty rods
behind, an' the pullers was ninmn' full
o' water, and when wc got onto New
town green the holier was six inches
deep w ith water. When we went through
the centre the houses looked as if they
was all whirlin' round, and it sorter o'
made Hie i ..y.
"John didn't seem to iini ice notion',
but kep' goin" f.iMer'n fa.-lcr till we jus
(lew down the hill through Sandy Hook.
John's lcp was in the air all the time,
an' I'll bet his belly wa'u't n foot from
the ground. When we crossed the rub-bcr-.shop
bridge I happened to think o'
the tol!-oale at Ilennett's bridge, three
miles ahead. I went toeouiitin' out the
chance for toll, but afore I could git inv
purse into my pocket agin we eotne in
sight of the bridge. 1 could see the
pate was shut, but a woman was out
doors pick in' up some chips 'fore they
pot wet. She must 'a' thought we was
a runaway, for she dropped an apern
full o' chilis an' flopped that gate ojien
in les.s'n a quarter o' a second, an' just
in the nick o' time to save John'sjump
in' it. I tried to chuck the toll out, but
all but three cents stuck on to my ling
en jest by the force o' the wind we
wa goin' that fast. John slowed a trille
ero.ssin' the long bridge, 'cause he must
o' seen the notice about fast diivin'
stuck up at the end. Rut when we got
otl'n the planks we more'ii made up for
it. You'd V thought we'd bin crawl
in' bf-fore by the way we went now.
l'p hill an' down w e went n Ilukin', with
the thunder roarin' an' hail an' rain
ratlliu' some ' the time not twenty feet
"Jest afore we struck Southhitry I
beared a cracklin', and lookin' around
1 see what looked like it sky-rocket on
the tcllygrnf win;, an' I knowed 'twas a
streak o' lightnin' try in' to ketch us. -Thinks
I, 'John. o, hoy, you're beat
now, sure;' but I just give a cluck, an'
lie doubled on his gait rite oil". That
streak tagged us to Sonthbury Centre,
when it got sick o' the job, an' tlew
off onto the roof of Pulford'n grocery.
"I noticed w hen John strueK this last,
spurt that the slack o1 the reins kept
shortcn'm1 up till I had to gel m my
knees an' reach over the dashboard to
keep hold of 'em; Ihetn nirtraees had
Blrctchcd nigh two feet, an' the whittle
tree was bent up like n rainbow. I'd n
had to've dropped the lines if 1 hadn't
had a long tie-rein in tho buggy, nnd
spliced 'em out. We was llyiu' so fast
lifter leaving; Southbury that tho telegraph-poles
on the country road looked
like a solid fence, and nil J could see of
Middleburv was the top of the church
steeple, wliieh was higher'n the noles.
'Wal, sir, when I drovo into tins sta
ble that thunder shower was biggin'
along over by the llrciikneck four cor
ners. There was just, live hailstuns in
the back of the buggy that mustV got
in when John slowed his gait on lien
net t's bridge. What ails his mane, did
you say I Same thing'!, nils my head;
the friction o' tlie air took the hair all
oil at that lime. That, sir. was lrivin
that was, an' I've got the wealth that
says John can do as well again,"- ll'rt
Professor Whitney does not lay nny
weight on the removal of forests us a
eiiu.se. of the dry Mini desolation of form
er fertile and populous regions of thn
earth, lie admits that the oreater pro
portion of laud to water in late geologic
al eras may have ti little to do with thn
decreased rain-fall; but he attributes the
iliniitii.hed precipitit'ioii mainly to a
loweiitig of tlie intensity of tolur radia
tion, during geological lime
CAIUO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKciINO, AUGUST 8, 1882.
Narcotics and sedative murder Bleep; the
unnatural stupor is soon followed by ill
effects. Simmons Liver RoRiilator removes
the cause of restleRsneas and sleeplessness
by repuluting the bowels, by e8tublinhinp
good digestion and by quieting the nerves.
Try it, and you will soon know the bless
ing of good health and sound sleep.
'T have been a great sufferer from dys
pepsia and loss of sleep.. As soon as I feel
the least nervous I take a duso of Birunious
Liver Regulator, and sleep all night.
"Mrs. R. Ukyant,
A Ludicrous Stage Death Scene,
Camille died la-t night at the Oiosr-
int street opera house, says the Phila
delphia Vow, not onh to slow music,
but to the unrestrainc'l laughter of tJn
audience as well. The death scene was
marred by a most ludicrous accident.
When the curtain arose for the last act,
with Camille discovered lying on a
couch partly covered by a furry robe,
and the dews of death already gather
ing on her brow, the house was still and
expectant. After leaving the death
chamber Gaston re-entered, and the dy
ing woman raised her.self to greet him.
At that moment there was an ominous
creak, and one of the support of the
couch gave way. The actress scenic I
to grasp the situation instantly, and at
tempted to conceal the difiieuliy by
heaving a long-drawn sigh, and throw
ing herself back, but the action only
made matters worse. The death-bed
gave way at one corner with a crash,
and the audience began to titter.
Niehctte. the maid, entered at thi- junc
ture and kneeling in front of her uns
tress began her part, but the couch giv
ing evidence by numerous groans of it
instability, she arose and wheeled a
chair up for the dying Camille' accom
modation. By this time the audience
had fully appreciated the futuiine-s of
the situation and were laughing verv
audibly, but when (rasPm approai he..
and he, together with the maid and the
thing woman, could not control their
countenances, the audience fairly roar
ed. Camille, after d ing in Armand'
anus, was depo-ited in the easy chair
instead of the couch, and appeared as a
very stnilinj eorp.-c.
Japanese Farm Li
Something np.re than oitf-ha'f
p..iui.iii"ti of the empire. s (.'r,i
'an Hiiren. i-agricultural, and the half
of thc.-e are women. In 17. 1.'.
iini acres were under ei.'.tivat:-.:). or
about three-fourths of nn a. -re per le-ad
of the farming population; but the till
age is mo-; tiiorou.'h. and t.voi r"j -invariably
rai-ed each u-.ir. All firm
labor js lutrd labor. A plow is ..!! .;n
seen, and labor-saving machines are un
known. Wages for farm laU.r vein
low; thirty-live dollars a year with
board, or tifty dollars without board,
for a man, and ten dollars with board
and twenty-rive to thirty dollars w ithout
it for a woman; and then, as the cloth
ing for a laborer costs but four or five
dollars a year, and he gets a three-room
(bamboo and paper) house for eight or
ten dollars a ear, and clothing fur a
family of four or five costs not to exceed
twenty dollars, and his garden will pro
duce one-half of his living, the farm la
borer Is not in a de-pi rate condition,
and being exceedingly frugal, he man
ages to lay up .something every year.
Vet the Japanese farmers are prosper
ous. Nearly all can read, write, and
keep farm accounts, while the boys are
sent to school and the girls taught music
and needlework at home, and there is
not n house, not even among the Coolies
or laborers, that does not have its bath
room, w hich is put in ue every morn
ing. Lafayette's Lucky Horseshoe.
S. E. liunell, a blacksmith of Buffalo,
has a lucky horseshoe which has been
in the liunell family for nearly a cen
tury. There is in connection with the
shoe a most interesting history which
the reporter was make, acquainted with,
It seems that in 1771, General Lafay
ette, with the immortal Washington,
was making a tour through the north
ern portion of New York Stale, and one
evening, near nightfall, they reined up
at a neat and comfortable looking inn,
which was kept by Mr. James Ilaskins.
Here the distinguished guests tarried
for n week. Ju-t before resuming their
journey, Lafayette's horse cast a shoe,
and the famous General, picking il up
handed it to "mine ho,t," and smiling,
said: "Ib re, take this ami ( ( p jt, for
it. is an inheritance of luck." The re
cipienl heartily thanked the donor, nnd
earning the gift into the house, kept it
-treasuring it highly long after, Mr.
Ilaskins handed it oter to his son-in-law,
Ira Brooks, whose wife in
iH'i'ii, al the advanced age of Midyears.
The mother of Mr. liunell, of this city,
afterward came into possession of the
relic, This intelligent holy resides with
auot her of her sons, Mr. William Bu
nell, near Pembroke, Genesee County.
Though nearly an octogenarian, Mrs,
liunell has re'inined her mental facul
ties, wonderfully, and recites some facts
in connection 'with this horseshoe
which are certainly most interesting.
Mr. William Untielfihen fell heir to the
shoe, and a short lime ago pnvo it to
the present owner, w ho takes especial
delight in showing the curiosity.
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in health I nun any cause, especially from
the use or any o the thousand nostrums
that proinisu so largely, with long llctitious
testimonials, have no fear. Resort to Hop
Bitters at once, and in a short time you
will have the most robust and blooming
A Couirii. (.'old in Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNcgleet f'reqiicutl ro
suits in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syr.ips
ami uaisams, nut act directly on the intlam
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Asthma, Bronchitis, Couglia, Catarrh, nuil
the Thro'it Troubles which .Singers and
Public Speaker are subject in, pr thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trochca have burn
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a . a a' P .! . .
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an entire generation, they have atlaitmt
well-merited rank among the few staplo
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CliillH and Fever.
Hlmmnna Liver Hcgu.
tutor men lireaka the
rlulla aud rarrlea the
fever out l the Hjatein.
It ctirea when all other
Fi the relief and cum
of tli I h dmtreaitliiK dla
caa... one SlmiiHina Liv
The Regulator will imaltiva'ly rtiro thla t...'flbl
diirite. We uKert emphatically what we know tti
liuiilil not he regarded na a trilling ailment. Na
ture iteiiiamlM the iitmoal regularity of the, hoel.
I licn line asa'at nature hy taking Suiiiiioiih Liver
l(. cjilntor. It in hannlcHH, mild and e tlectunl.
due or two talilcHpooiifula will relieve all the
trouble incident lo a bllloua alate, nch a Nauea
i,oii' . DrowniiteeK, Dletrvaa alter eating, a bit
tcr bad taste In the mouth.
MA I j Ait I A.
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the Iiut in healthy action.
e.-ni riillv arlaiug from a disordered atotnarh, ran
be ri.riei.tcd by taking Simmons Liver Kegulator.
Siinmona Liver Hegulat r "non eradicate tht dla.
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Children Mitferinu wlih folic mmn experience re
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Woht of the diM'a. ol the bladder uriglnate from
thute of the kldtiej. Heslore the action of the
liver fully and bulh I lie kidueja anil niauuir win
tyTake onli the eiiii!tie, which alway lia on
the wrapper the red V. trade mark and flgnaliire ol
Kofi-ali. h) all druggist.
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'I'll..'; . I. .-.ii'itm III lilllhe riiiini'y
III! S 1 . I'll II II' I I llHIll ItlVI'Ktllll'lltS
iii i'iiiii!, iu.iviei.iiiH ami ht'K'K
s..'eoliiiiiniH, em) U'l so by oper
tun" n "Ml i.lioi. 1 i "in Ma V 1st,
l-si, t" too i-ir."iit .liitii. on lu
ll flo. Ill , ..( ' IIOIIt,l l,llll(l,CIIHll
pi ilii- Ii ," I.. .en reiilis.'il aii'l
pni'l t" eivi-ktora nnioiiutiiu! to
r ... v i en I i !' tint original iiivfht
HH'iit, tiil b in log tlieungiiiHl lie
veitnu'iit. inn long iii'iiicv or pay
nlile on .I. in k o I KAplnniitorv eir
1'iilurn mi t HOiteinentH of fund V
Sent Iiee. Wo limit rcHpotiHiblo
ngeidK, who will ri iit on eropn
nnd iiitro'liicn r ho plan. Kiln-nil
ei.iiiiiiiHHiniiH piti'l Addrrsa,
HIVIIIIMi A. Ml Hill VM, Cm.
Hilaalm. .Merchant, Major llloek.
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KNUINKS A .SPEf'ULTY.
FARM KNGINi;s. MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, IJKLTING,
I'lilleyH ami General Nupjilien.
No, 1:11, North Third Strenl,
(jiiigct, llm lui, Mm
ilrnke, hlillinui.1, anil
IlltlllV of tllO hoi H!il.
rlnr kimwit are com
Tonic, lulu a iiiFihciiir
ef hi. h v.itied power, a
q nt.ike It the grrnlctl
lllooil I'milirr ami tlia
IleHtorrr Krrr l afd.
It rum KlieiitTi.itinm.
f)lrcplcMie, & duraraa
of the Mnmui n, itoweti.
a. ri i l.uncs l.iver ii Mitneyi,
ti,. ri..iu..i .n I'lNvH.. liliiijer lieiice
LnnRS l.lver n Kulneyn,
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