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Wdtt BAKING PQWDER
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Ifaliini or any iiiJiirliinsMiliMiiiii'tKCaii lie found
li AndrowK Tonrl BaUinu I'owdiir. Is jkis.
tivi-ly PURE. lleitiitciulntMil, ninl testimonials
tveeivod fmni Mich chemist as S, Dunn Hays, Hov
ton; M. Dvlafoiituine, of Cliicuuri; ntnl Oustavim
Hoilc, Milwaukee. Never nld In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS Sl CO.
ft M i.-hiiHii Ay. 2S7. UMi .V '."M K. liter
Inctorrto tt,H iveinvr in .-very way.
or tho money will be r luinled 1v
the person from whom it TvfiHhourht.
Thnnlv'ir.il proiiuunci-il liv lc.nlin;r I y ''''""'J
not Injurluus 1" tli" wearer, i.ml i iel"i ; ' '
llin iiiuM cmf iialilH anil puled lltlii-t! "i-''t ' '
InuUe. KIc,.:4iI)y Mull, I'n.tliec
Health Pnw-rvln. il.r.O. WMft l.l.ilnB.
Abdominal (extra hi-myl " '" '.-'
lliulth I'n-aertlii ((lm u(IH VuruKun
M.li-1-Nuiuiei-lliiit. I Ml.
I'oruln bj lemOna lutilovs .-n-rywlier.'.
C1IICAOO COIifi! T CO., IiKi;o, JII-
In a preparation of I'rntnxlilo of Iron, rVrnvtan
Dark ml the I'lu.splial. asso. l;i1f il with the
Vegetable Aromatic. Kndnrwil by Hip Medical
Prolwulnn. anil reciiinnieiiilcd ly Ihcin fur ly
mats, Umr t Iwhtllt. Ivnial !!
man. nanluf I iialil.t, Xrriiiui I'roa
(ration, t'onvalnrrnrt1 from KrifM
tad hroiilc liilU iiikI trter. 1 1 serve
every purpoe where a Tomc. In neut-saary.
Hannrartarelbj The Dr. Barter Medicine Co., St. Lonii
Tlif foltnwlnir I one of the very many Icallmo
tual we are receiving dally:
Cenrm"i:-Sninp three niimtlm ngo I brMn thB
trnc of Dii. lUiirKU'H Ikon Tomc, upon Che ad
tire of m.iny frleiiila who knew Ita vlrtuva. 1 wai
nfTcrtiiK fto'in trenpraJ debilliy to am h an fxtent
that my lalmr waaexeeeilliily hnnlenionir tome.
A raratlonof a tuonlh lli1 it tit plve me mueb ra
llof, but on the contrary, waa follnwcil by ln
rrearrd proftra'lnn aiel n 1 1 1 k 1 1 yr rliilln. At Hill
time 1 beaau the nap of your iiio.n Tunic, from
Whlrh 1 realized almost Irniurilliitc ami wonderful
reaulta. The old energy reliirneil ami I fntind itiat
my natural force waa not Permanently abated. 1
have used three bottles of (lie. Tonic, hlme using
It I bare done twice the labor that I ever did In tha
lame tlnicdurlna my IIIiichu, ami with doublu the
eaie. With the ininqull nerve ami vlsrorofhody,
hascomealsoaclearnemof tlinnvM never before
enjoyed. If the '1'tiNic bira not ilnne Uie work, 1
know not what. I plve It the credit.
Host gratefully youri,
J. P. WATSON,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1878. Paitor t lirlatlaa Church.
Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhert
llotelt 'rV Slotnin b llilter elim't'a dypep
lwlth tin ti'er rertiilnt i ntnl pniinaiiluile thmi
any known remedy, ami in a inn t ten hi I tivl!ii
rant, appetizer an'i aid Hi firriMlnii Thi'ae are
tint eni plv aion rtiofiH, im ihoii'iiiiilH of our conn
trymen and wmnrn Mini linve experletn nl ll
efl'eeta are awiire. Imt nro hm ked tip hv Irrcfrnira
IiIh t.roolK. The llittern iilun Hive a luul.lilill mini
tilmto the urina y ornna
Kor aale bv nil llruuKiala and denl' r ucnetally.
LOST MANHOOD KEIjTORED
A intiiu ol oiitb!:il ii.i ri. li ( nvHii" u i n.
lure IN ay, K'TVimih lifl,nv, ,,,rt Mirli ',, ,1 ,.,
bvnne. tiie.l in vain eu i v kmn n m. .lv. 1:. d .'.
oovtin1 a nirnplei'i .1 cutv, wlm h l,n vOI in h. i ;
to lll fellnw-tilineler. HililriKH J. II M I I lv
4.1 t IiHllui.il t.. S. 1. ' 11 !
A favorite tirearrlntlon nf una of th
moat noted and aunenuirul '"'ihIIi In tn. f H,
(now rtiivrti for tbmreof Verrmi Itrbillty,
l.mni M--hoil, ll'rafcHee ami Itvrny. hi nt
ku plain a'ik en velopf Jrrr. J 'riikKiHta i an fl II It,
Addreu PR, WARD K CO.. Loui.lim, Ms.
Vo4 nurt KM
Vfrflf rtp4l r in our tiictiwrto tt. tilimd. MkTu anil
Unw-NrrvvM lH-bllt(y. lwiM.Utnr?, OrgMnl.
MMkiMtMi -hr?hirm t-yMillltlff inrl MrrurM
AfflMKUoil iaeWUItr TrH nu tf lllifi- I'lllv i(.i
vltJi m4 ur itMnrrtl''- ll nr mru for Mm ol ym..
ttiM I Im nt(rrt1 by 1iorJiirlut trt-atinMii lif null,
(FftfMMMVrrlH trim Nnplur ikwjit mriI I tnlr avMrw.
mm4 Imn ivwltiti o lhlr dMUt. Ill Hut irnH. $
AMfMm 1K. HI TT. It b. Mih m.. hi. UiU.
f I W o i Q iTiunnnuntnDier '
Tim following junl remarks on tlio sub
jccl of (li'mlliciuls n ro laknn from For
wnAi I'roirrss: Willi what aro callwl
"ileiiillii'iuls," in iriiiH'riil. over tlio rail
niadu ami at llin tliuulro, 1 liavu nolliinnj
to tlo, tlio jircsi'iit juirpostv lioiiiir to
jirovfl, if jxissihlij tliotruth of two jn'oj)
i,siiions: 1st. That no oilier Inisinuss is so
juvvpiI upon'liy "ilemilicaiU" an that of
'.'t. 'I'lint tlm most aci'oniilisli('(l ami
Hiiffossful of the ili'iiillii'inls, which af
llict tlio newspaper olliees, am the rail
roads iiml then the theatres.
In proportion to the cvpensn in vol veil
In ils preparation, n'oarlielu is so cheap
ly supplied as the newspaper. Its cost
to its readers is as near nothing as it
could well he, and to make a living prof
it, to ils owners it must look elsewhero
for a revenue, than to its subscription
list. Thai, in many establishments, n
n positive lo'-s ri'yni'ded bv ilself. buttho
circulation attracts 1 ho advertiser, and
the advertiser furnishes the sinews of
war. 'J'o get the advertiser you must
first , jjrt the circulation, and to got, the
ciicuhition you must pvo the people a
paper that' will please ami interest
them. Kvcry line which a newspaper
publishes fur nny other reason than that
its editor thinks it contains something
'lie pcoplu wish to know, is more or less
an injuryto him, because, it occupies
space winch otherwise would 1h tilled
with matter which wuithl aid in huihlino;
up or retaining the popuhirilv of his
journal. To thisniustho iiddeil tho cost
of putting the pull " in type anil the
other outlays it reiiiircs. The wise
newspaper proprietor limits the number
of columns to which he w ill admit ad
vcrlUcnicnls, or increase his columns to
iii'coiuinoihtte a rush, knowing that to
crowd the reading mailer though it may
temporarily make happv tho heart of
his cashier, means speedy and perma
nent ruin. Yet there is not a newspa
per in the country which does not give
away in the course of a year many col
umn! of il valuable space - a trite, but
true cvpreviiiti and more than that,
places tliev gratis notices in positions
which the money of the legitimate ad-verti-er.
paid down over the counter,
could li)l buy. The people who ask
these notices, and who re olVended if
they do not get them, axe legion, but no
class approaches anywhere near the
rapacity of the railroads and theatres.
If other-newspaper advertisers Received
free notice in the same proportion its do
railroads and theatres, there would be
room for nothing ehe. And not only
arc the "railroads ami theatres granted
these free notices, but in manv eases
their paid luherti-enients arc inserted
for much less than the regular rales. I
do not refer to the so railed criticism of
plays and the 'attention failed' to the
change of I in.:' tables on the railroads,
which may go under the. head of mat
ters of interest to the public, though
they are of advantage in everv instance
to the road or house of which liiey speak,
but to the preliminary pull's of plays,
indices of the improvements along the
line, etc., which are never paid for,
which are a source of expense in the
newspapers, and oftentimes necessilati)
tin omission of news. Why. you may
ask, do the new-papers submit to this
imposition? I'learly, the alVair is in
their own hands. Ah. gentle reader,
you do not know tin; wnw of the rail
road and the theatre men? They must
he petted and coddled more than nny
other advertiser ever dreamed of. If
one newspaper denies what they ask,
another one willgraut it, mid awaymay
go the advertisements from the sheet of
the bold journalist. There are a certain
order iff advertisements which some
newspapers cannot all'onlto be w ithout,
and ainong these are the cards of rail
roads and theatres, and this, not be
cause of the money they bring in, but
because they are supposed to establish
in the minds of other advertisers, from
whom fair prices can he hail, that tho
circulation is of smue account. Those
who control these advertisements are of
(nurse aware of this, ami presume upon
it to compel ac'iiicscence in their de
mands fur the free insertion of this, that
i ml the other.
Eflie Ellalor's Joke.
This charming actress thus relates
how she at one lime played a joko on
John T. I'ayinoml the actor.
"I don't Ihink that to this day Mr.
Haymond knows that I once perpetrat
ed a joke on him. At that time he
wotihi have given anvlhing to learn who
the author was, for he always retaliates
twofold upon those in the profession
who make practical fun drive nt him.
lie was plaiing in St. Louis. I was in
the cast. I'lnuV heard and seen so much
of his jokes that I resolved one day to
give him a spoonful of his own medi
cine. You know that Kaymond, beforo
ordering at his meals, is a close student
of his bill of fare. And, in contra dis
tinction to tho theatrical diet of his
"Col. Sellers," he is itiite an epicurean
in taste. After thinking the matter ov
er I decided to send him ft bill of tho
Mulberry diet. So I had printed in
sjilendid style the faro which most ho
did not like. Just think Haymond
(lining oil' of turnips! The bill of faro
was sent to the hotel, the proprietor was
induced to join the conspiracy, mid at
the table he was delicately handed the
delicately printed menu, lie read:
'Soup-turnip, turnip; lish turnips,
turnips; roast - turnip; boiled turnip;
entries-turnips; cold - turnip.' llefore
he had reached the turnip pudding ami
tiio he shied the card acnes the room,
buried his face in his lintels, and was
heard by the waiter to iniiller: '(iood
one, good one; wonder who did it.' He
then got up from the table and went to
a restaurant for his dinner. I know
that when he linds out that 1 nm tho
guilty one, he will play back at niu."
A statue of Oliver de Seiivs, who, in
the sixteenth ccniury, iiitrodiii-il the
silk indii .tiy into I'miiee. nm i ntk
unveiled at Anbenas, in tin- lepiiiiiii";i'
of the Aldeehe. )i i-i lepie uted
standing, with a plon dmre at his feet,
and at his side n mulberry tree with
tufted foliage, upon hi h' irk-woni)
are feeding-. In the ri;hl Inind he hold
a copy of his famous noil, on silk har
vesting, while the left haii I points to
it. 'Die motto is; "Votro fortune la
"The iinrting give mo pain," us tho
man said when ho hud a troublcsoiuo
OAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING. AUOUST 10,' 1882.
Narcotics and gedatiso murder sleep; tho
unnatural stupor is soon followed by ill
ctlectB. Hinuiions I7ivlt Hcgulator removes
tho cniiso of restlessness and sleeplessness
by regulating tho bowels, by establishing
good digestion and by (piieting the nerves.
Try it, and you will soon know the bless
ing of good health and sound sleep.
"I Iirvb been a great sufferer from dys
pepsia and hiss of sleep. As Boon as I feel
tho least nervous I take a dnso-of Simmons
Liver Hcgulator, and sleep all night.
"Mrs. H. Uhyant,
A Long Walk.
It is said that Mr. Arkins. of Denver,
was one of the men who recently went
on the exeur-ion tu l'ueluo. When he
leached that place he went to spend the
evening wilh an old friend of his, and
thev had a grand t;lll" toget'ier. At 11
o'clock Mr.' Ark ins tnldeuly remember
cd that he had in fleeted to send a spe
cial to his pa,!!';', .iinl. e:.t Using himself
for a moment, he lefu the house to at
tend to the mailer. On his w ay out ho
struck n path leading' around a circular
tlowei-be.l. and kept trampling away in
a happy state of mind until his sichin.
legs and the dawn of iLy brought bin,
into a reali.iit -eu-e of his condition,
lie had traveled around the llower-bed
ail night, and at the !c,i-t ealculaiioa
had covered some :-i !y in'dcs. And yet
he insists I bat I e was pt rfeet !y sober.
J.nnnnii' A'ci'i. f'Hi'j.
If You are Kuinctl
in health from any cause, especially from
the use of nny of the thousand nostrums
that promise so lamely, with lomr fictitious
testimonials, have no fear. Resort to Hop
Hitters at once, and in a short time you
will have the most robust ami blooming
Mrs. Arthur's Room.
Mrs. Arthur's room in her beautiful
New York mansion, in which she died,
has never been disturbed; her needle is
still threaded and sticking in a bit of
delicale embroidery in her workbaskef,
undisturbed, nor will her husband allow
anyone to change the room in its furni
ture arrangements. There is the little
rocker beside the standard work-basket,
and the liltlii negligee crochet slippers.
There stands her desk, with the ink
dried on her pearl-handled pen, which
she had hastily put aside from .some
interruption, never to use again on
earth. Her favorite books are placed
in a liny case, with a marker in one of
them, just as she left it. On the table
are placed each morning, by orders
from the president, a bunch of her fav
oiite llowcrs. Kven her favorite per
fumes are in the toilet bottles in her
dressing-case, and in the wardrobe hang
her dresses. This room is bright and
sunny, her former maid keeping it neat,
and arranging the llowcrs in the vase,
and attending the canaries in the. win
dow, but never altering the place of the
fvirniture, the books, etc. This room is
a place where the president takes much
comfort in reading and meditation, and
they w ho know say thai the bit of nee
dlework has been many times wet with
tears by the husband.
Many years ago, Ephraim M. I!ay nard,
a wealthy planter of South Carolina, ho
pieatheil SH'.k.m) to the College of
Charleston. And now hisgrand nephew,
Owen Thomas l'nynanl, in indigent cir
cumstances, receives back the bread
from tiie waters in the form of a free
scholarship from the trustees of the
High School, nnd an annual grant of
:100 from the Charleston City Coun
cil, to enable him to prepare for college.
Tnio f o Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of thjever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
lug and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, tho
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Hlectric Hitters are the only
sine remedy. They arc the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Schuli. (4)
A Couirli. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. xNcglect frequent 1 re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Hrown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syr.ips
and balsams, but act directly on the inllam
cd parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Thrift Troubles which Singers and
IVdic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial troches have been
rjcnn.inended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entiro generation, they have attained
wcjl-morited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
box every where.
Goto Taul 0. Hehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uncqualod. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directicr.s it KuclisL
and Oerinar.. Trice 15 cents.
Tirr Grand Central Hotel, W17 Broad
way, is of easier Heeessto any place in New
York than any other lirst class hotel in the
city, being within .wo blocks ot stations of
the Klcvatcd Railroad, of both East and
West sides, nnd tho Cross town cars run
within a block. It bus recently been thor
oughly refurnished and is equal to any
hotel in New York city. Don't fail to
give tlieni a call when you visit the city
either on business or pleasure. 200 roums
on European plan at 11.00 and upwards per
day, nlso a good restaurant attached.
From Every Point of Hie Compass
come the orders for Sozodont. Never has
such a demand arisen fur any article ot tlio
toilet. Its most constant pations him among
the sex born to bo admired, (bind looks
conciliate, beauty fascinates. White teeth
tlo more to BUgment personal comeliness
than any other facial characteristic. The
ladies know this, and either to render the
charm Ustingor to secure it when wnntme,
apply Snzodont, tho most t fToctivo of tooth
preparations. Use it systematically.
Chill aud Fever,
Hlnimom Liver IteKie
I hi or coon breitke the
eliilli nnd r.urrlua tin
fever out ol the avateni.
I cures when ill other
reined lea full. .,
K ir the relief and cure
of tlila dlatreaaltiK d In
cline u nu Slinuiuna Liv
Tli Hi'K'itiilor will poHlllvely cure tills Icrible
iliMenne. Wo insert emphatically what we, knew to
ahoiilil mil be reuarded n a trilling ailment. Na
ture demand the iitmoat rccnlarlty of the bo Aula,
Therefore asMst nature by laklnR Simmon Liver
Ki'uuiutor. it ih harmlcnK, uulil aim cUccltinl.
One or two tiiblenpoonlula will relieve all the
troubles Incident to & bilious mate, auch aa Nauaea
HizzlneKti, lirowHlnesa, Dlhtreai) altercating, a bit
ter bad litMi! in the mouth.
M A JjAKIA.
Pd'Hoim may avoid all nttarka by oiranlonally
Inkinu u it'iee of Simmon Llvur Hcgulator to keep
the liver In heuilhy action.
ceiiernlly arlcinj! Inru a illcordi red atomarh, ran
be corrected bv taking Simmona Liver Regulator.
SI in nion Liver lOulat r eoon eradicate thla din
l ima from Hie k,hi m, leaving the skin clear and
free from nil impurities.
Children MiflTerlna with colic oon experlencu re
lief when Siinnioim I.ivi:r lieiiiilntor la aduiinlater
ed. Adult also derive urcat benefit from thl
rofdtriue. It I not tiiipleacant ; it ia liiinnleim
anil ell'ei'llvo. Purely vencUbla.
BIuAl )I )KU &. KIDNEYS
Mott of the diHeaea ol the bladder originate from
IlioBo of the kidney. HuHloru the action of the
liver fully nnd botu the kidneya and bladder will
I fyTuke only the m-nuliie, which always ha on
the. wrapper the red Z trade mark and denature ol
J. I I.ZIULIN &CO
l'ur kiiIc by nil druc?isl.
'"-vs ..-. t
If you snfler from dyspepsia, use
lirttlKiCK HLOOI) UITTKH8.
If you are afflicted wilh blllonne. use
HL'KIMK'K BI.OOl) lilTTERS,
If you aro prostrated with sick lieadm ke. take
BUKiXX'K I1I.OOD HITTERS
If your bowel aie disordered re(rtilate them with
niur.oi K blood mrTEn.s.
If your blued 1 Impure, purify It with
Hl'KDOCK lil.OOD BITfEKH
If you have Indigestion, you will find an antidote in
BL'ItDDCK BLOOU BITTF.KS.
If yon aro troubled w ith spriiiR compla.nt, oradl
Icttte them with Bl'ItnoCK BLOOD BITTKRS.
If your liver 1 torpid restore it to healthy action
witt BU IdiOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If your liver I allecled you will And a shore relor
tlve in rtUKDOCK BLOOt) BITTERS
If you have any specie of humor or plmplo. fall
not to take HL'KDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
If you have any slmptom of itlcsra or crofulon
ores, a curative remedy will be found In
HUH DOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
For impsrtiiiE strength and vitality to the yte.m,
uothlii can eijimt BURDOCK BLOOD BITTEKS.
For Kervou and (iem ral Debility, tone up the
ystem with BURDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
1'kh e $1 tku norri.E; TiiiALiiorn.r.a, lOiT,
FOSTER, MILBUKS & CO., Prop'rs,
BUFFALO, ". Y.
For sale by TAIL G. SCHUII. (i
Z FRANK TOOMEY,
AMKNT run TIIK ALI tit
Baxtku stj:a m knglvE
Colt's DIbc Engine
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ruiLADELl'HI A PA.
TUB II AI. I.IDA V.
A New and Cninpintn lintel, frontlnn on Lovue
Second aud Railroad Street,
Tb rassi-iiRiT Demit of the Chlf iii'o, HI. bonis
an' .lew Orleans: Illinois Central; W shush, Ht.
I.oills and Tactile; Imn Mountain and Southern,
Mobile, and Ohio; Cairo anil St. Louis Runway
are all Just across tho I reel : while the Steamboat
Land Ilia la but one square distant,
This Hotel heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, lilortrlc Cull Bella.
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Hiilhs, absolutely pure air,
period Heweraiiii and uimpletu appointments,
Hnnerb furnishings; purl'ucl service; and an nn
U. I. PARK Kit Ac CO.,U.aie.
Independent in all
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