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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious Mibstiuiocii ran be (ninnl
In Anrlrcrvr' IVitrl BakinK J'owtler. 1h
lively PURE, Heing endoiseil, ntnl testimonials
roeeiviil I'ruiii sin li cheniMMiHS. Dunn llnyn, Iln.
ton; M. Itelul'oiUuinc, of l'lilcn ;o; anil CiiisUivus
Bouc, Milwaukee. Neverwilil in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO. T,
if Michigan Av. 287. 1,'Mi .!'.".! i K. Water
1. u.i, v (V.rw.t IH wiirniiit"il I'.lltirl-
fiiet'irv to ila wearer inewry way,
or thn money will lie r ! 11 n t.' I by
the person from whom it ywu; loiulit.
ThemlvOnrset pxm'iiir I . "in lemlltiir I'l'.i i.l' Iiuh
n liiiirt..n I.) I h-weaver, i.l.il . l.,,..i.-.t i.J "J
17," 1110,1 .on.f.M-utliliv mid I" rfc t tut ,i.(' i "i ' I '
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lliwllhrrcnrrvlng.tl.Mt. Kelt". rtM.lll. ' Mt
Abdominal (rvlrn henvyi .IM. Nur.loK. l.I
Health l'r.wrvlu (line imiiiIIK IM.OII. I'liragnn
KLIrl-Niiiirtliil. I .!
For Hal)- lcmlllia" Kctlltl lli-lllcr. i t erl win-re.
OUICKMt ( Oi:sl:r CO., hlcano, 111.
! preparation of I'rotonlde of Iron, Peruvian
Hark ninl Hie Phosphate, associated wllh Uia
Vegetable Aromatic. Endorsed hy the Medical
Proftwilon, ami recommended hy (hem for
prpl. ;enTl ItrhilllT. t rmalr Itla
riri. (Vnnl nf Vllnlil.v. finiin lra
Irallon. 'on, nlrnrrnrr from Frvrra
nnd hroitlr 4 lilllniil t'rtrr. H serves
every purpose where a Tumi: in necessary.
KanBfrtud by The Dr. Barter Medicine Co., SI. Louis.
The fallowing I one of the very many testimo
nials we me receiving dally:
(imltmtn:- Some three month po I hignn Ilia
tine of On. II Mil kk'i Iiuin Tome, upon the ad
vice of neviy frletulti who knew Its virtues. I wag
Buffering from pi ncrnl lelility to such an extent
that my labor -a exceedingly burdensome tome.
A vacation of a month 1II1I mil give me much re
llef, but on the contrary, wn followed by In
created prostration ami .inking ehllln. At Una
time 1 began the use of your I hi in Tunic, from
which I realized alnniHt iiniurdbtlcwnd wonderful
results. Tlieolil energy reliirned ami 1 found that
my natnr.il force u not permanently abated. 1
have used three bottles of the Tonic. Mure lining,
It 1 have done twice the labor that 1 ever did In the
same time during my lllneM, and wllh duulilu the
eae. Willi Ihv Irumjull nerveand vlgornt body,
haacome alo a rlearnera of tlioniiht nevsr before
enjoyed. If the Tovic ban not Hone Uic Work, I
know not what. ) give !t the credit.
SI out gratefully yonrn,
J. I'. WATSON,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1678. I'mtor t uri.tiun Cliurch.
Salc by Druf flstt and General Daler$ Every when
Iloi'lt 'r'i Miniacli Hitler eti"iute ilvHpep
Uwltli trreaier eeriainif und prematiiiiili' than
!iy kiiiiwii remedy, and In a 1110 t ' p'lilnl luvino
rant, gppeller n i aid to n'cn iioti. Th"He are
not em plv axu rtiniiH, nr iIiiiiiiiiiiIk of our conn
trvmen and woiin n who huve enperli tiud lt
efliictp are aware, hut a'e hiieked 11 1 by trrelra.'
bin iirnoU. I hD lltlter Hi no i'ivc a liinl.lilnl Hun
tiliiMo tlie uriiiii'y i irini"
For "ale by all llruui'iiil. atel (lealeM lo'inuallv.
D 8 SCO VERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTOWLO.
A Vlitl 'til lit .all l-lul 1,,-i,ii ,,. ,-,,.,.,,,, j.,, ,
t'irn Jmi.:iv, Sm I'.l.imv. J.,t M.anl I ,'
bavii'i'lred 111 villi ev rv kii'.wn rnnidv. I,,'. ..'
cver-'d a Minpl'-pi 11 c.r,., vi:, h ,n Hl .... )., ,.
to ,ia Ml.. -'it!. t. 7H. a.ldr.:,,. J. . Ill i, .N
49 ( lllllliinii m.. K, 1, '
A faViintA tinrrllitlnn nf nun if tlm
Dinat noted anil miiTn,nful nH-eiallHia In the V H.
(now retired' lor Iheenri'of .rt'i Ifrhllilu,
2,ml M-HoimI, It eafcitraiiaiid Itrvnu. Hwil
iplaliieu,v.ueliveliiii-rre. JiriiKinl. uu (ill It.
Addreti DR. WARD & CO., Leuiiiana. Mo
VIM iriirt m
Isrig .HiMinnnM In rurlm ill"' l ihr Hlimil, hblH and
Hoar. Nrrvou. lability. liNnolfney, Ornanle
WealiKMia, l.toiorrliirm arnhlllil,' ixl Minarlitl
AaNMHlaa. .iM-rl.lly treated "o I'niin- ,ni,.
lia Ml. .let mirii raniMlifii. 1 .11 of writ Im l.l.t cl guri.
tin., u h. .naw.rril br ihn. dimm lri-.uiiKiii lr inm.
(rflMKHl'au frm. Hiil.r ilewtit trail Ihrlr iMmA
a.4 iMra wmIIIh I. ih.-lr .dv..taar. life miii .truM.
Atldrww, UK. MI T1. I . Nik Rl., W. tls
ttTAUUHHLO VVKK VULUtX LAUn.
11 1 ?H '
JU-JJU I ID
Thn CLaracter of the Soldiflr.
Tito soldiory, of oourso, jiartook 0!
nil t ho vurii'tl, kalciiloscojiio cluiractiT
nf our popiiltitiou, ninl wlictlior or not
ns 11 rrpiicriil nilo they Ijccoinn worso
inorally in t'oiisiii'i)cn of their nriny
experience is nol easy to iletcrniint'.
Men who pet the 111 i 11 i 11 er fever imtl ron
pregiito in l:iro nnnihers, etiirntfroin
hdiiie, wivtN, fhililren, uiul reliningHo
eiely, lire apt to present no very com
fiirlino; pliaseH of linniaii iiiiture, Tim
hunters the fishermen, the seamen, Iho
iuinlieriiii'ii, ami all men tlrawn lofjelh
er away from the society ami influence)
of ladies Iiwoiiih eoinparativcly roiih
in manners, haliits and l:ui";uao;e. Sim
ilar ell'ccls do we find in the army, hut
there is in t lie service a eounlcraclinn;
discipline. Vrino;-il(rn)o is discouraged
find punished, while gtun conduct isen
pouraocd, oiiod deeds eoninienilcd and
conspicuous ads rew arded. From per
sonal Know le'lc I can testify that many
men liecoiuii lietter. 1 reinciiitier SIc
Itoiuild, of the ImiiiiHi lihode Island
always faithful to his soldier duties.
He abandoned drinkine; and profanity
in the army: I cannot forget his last
words to 1110: "How frlad I am, (!eiie.r
al, that I am wounded, and not you."
I recall Harry Stinson, of the Fifth
Maine, who learned to look more and
more to his Heavenly Fat her for strength
while a prisoner of war. He was after
ward promoted bv several orades to a
Lieutenant Colonelcy, and till his death,
some years after, exhibited all the
oraces of a pure, constant and sclf-de-nyino;
A visitor to an armv hospital speaks
of a soldier of the Sixtli Corps who lost
his rijrht arm close to the shoulder.
"Da ly day I found him cheery and
unconiplainin. At lirst he was over
llowin wiih fun all the time, but at hist
the terrible heal and strain upon his
system so much reduced his .strength
tdaf there was only a mere twinkle in
his eye w hen I came in, and a word of
cordial prrei'tino;. When he
dropped his inu-ket and reached round
to take his useless arm tenderly in his
left hand and walk on" the field under a
shower of balls, it was his lirst time oil
duly, after thirteen bailies, since he en
tered the service. Low spirits
or complaint seemed impossible to
The Hon. K. 1'. Smith, once Commis
sioner of Indian AlVairs, is responsible
for the following. I wish he had jjiven
the soldier's name. Take this as a type
of our soldiers' loyalty In the country's
lino; 1 a 1 j I of inisellish devotion to the
very end. "Unriiio; the el.aroo, ujj the
lid;,rtv( Missionary ) four soldiers were
seen beuriiifj back a comrade on a blank
et. When they laid down their burden
I knelt down by him and said: 'Ser
jeant, where did they 1 it you?' 'Most
up the ridje, sir.' 'I mean, Serjeant,
where did the ball strike you:" 'With
in twenty jan's. of the top -almost up!'
'No, no, Serjeant, think of yourself for
a moment; tell me where you are
wounded.' And throwing back the
Mankel, I found his upper arm ami
shoulder smashed and mangled with a
shell. Turning bis eye lo look for the
first time upon his wound, the Sergeant
said: 'That is what did it. I was hug
ging the standard to my blouse and
making for the top. I was almost up
when that, ugly shell knocked me over.
J f they had let me alone a little longer
two minutes longer-1 should have
planted the colors 011 the ton.' 'Almost
up, almost up.' His own reg
iment, rallying under the colors that
had dropped from his shattered arm,
was (then) shouting the victory for
which the poor Sergeant had given his
life, but of which lit' was dying without
I could multiply instances, but these
few are sullieicnt to suggest that hi this
country we may lind morality nnd re
ligion in the army; that u soldier is not
depraved to a proverb; that virtue and
piety are not so rare as to be simply
subjects of ridicule; that profligacy,
libertineisiii, and infidelity are not by
any means a necessary pari of a soldier's
uniform; that profanity, drunkenness,
infidelity, and dueling are not the spec
ial characteristics of our army. Theso
crimes, it is owned with shamn and sor
row, prevail in our land, and more or
less alllicl and curse the best regulated
company, but the army is not conspicu
ous in this or any oilier vilcness. The
(irand Army can easily furnish the rec
ord proof of soldiers, who like Thomas,
Canby , Fisk, Mitchell, Chamberlain,
Sew all, Whittlesey, and a host of oth
ers, have been conspicuous ill deeds of
justice and henelicence, securing and
advancing human happiness; of soldiers
who, like (irelile, Camp, and Stinson,
have carried "comfort to wretchedness
and dried the tears of sorrow;" of sol
diers who, like Miles, Tillson, Saxlon,
Swayne, Sprague, and Crillin. "have
relieved the unfortunate, fed the hun
gry, clothed the naked, dealt justly, and
enlightened the ignorant;" of soldiers
who, like (li'iint, Hancock, liosecrans,
rainier, Sherman, Sheridan, I'ope,
Mende, Jameson. liutler, and a multi
tude of others, "unfastened the fetters
of the slave, and let the eaplivego free."
From Urn. , 0. llownni's ItrcornlioH
J)t(i) .i!tlrrvs in l.rwinlon, Mr.
A series of coincidences observed In a
IJoston horse-car a few days ago is thus
described by the Jniirnut: "Seven young:
ladies were perceived in the ear, 01
whom not oik! had both gloves on, and
none were wholly bare-handed. Of
these, four had gloves on their right
hands and three on their left, and in ev
ery instance thn ungloved hand lay in
the lap above the other. All of the sev
en bare hands had diamond rings upon
them, and whenever any attentions
were needed by the hair or raiment of
the ladies, in every instance the unglov
ed hand was employed lo bestow tliein,
and in the necessary movements the.
stones flushed and glittered very much.
And when, as happened in process of
time, (he seven young ladies left tho
car. one after t fie other, four of then,
waved their left hands to tho conduc
tor to direct him to slop, nnd tho other
three agitated their right hands, and
again the rings spatrkleiT quite copious
ly. All which was very curious and in
teresting to the scientific mind,"
"Father! When a hen sets on an egff
three weeks and don't hatch, is tho egg
spoiled?" "As an article of diet the egg
is thenceforward a failure; but as a
species of testimonial it ia strikingly
uromiitio and cxpvctsj."
CAIRO' BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17.1882.
Skill in the woukhhop, To do good
work tho mechanic iuiihI liavo good health.
If long hours of confinement in closo rooms
have enfeebled Ids hands or dimmed his
sight, let him at once, and before sumo or
canle trouble appears, take plenty of Hop
Hitters. His system will be rejuvenated,
liis nerves strengthened, his Bight become
clear, and the whole conutitution bo built
up to a higher working condition.
The rapidity wild which a sheep has
been sheared," its wool spun and woven
into cloth, anda suit of clothes inado
therefrom, prompted doubtless tho fol
lowing feat in iron:
A mass of pig iron was cast at tho
blast furnace of the Calumet Iron and
Steel Works at Irondale, near Chicago,
one day hist week, and the next morn
ing, in the shape of nails, it found its
way into the barn being erected by the
Knglewood & Chicago l'.xpress Compa
ny. This is believed to be tho quickest
work on record.
The iron was placed in the boiling
furnace, run through the squeezers, then
rceut, reheated and rolled a second time
into place Wednesday evening, and
finally sheared and cut into 20-penny
nails the following morning. The en
tire round of work was accomplished
in eighteen hours. The usual time oc
cupied is forty-eight and seventy-two
A Story From Texas.
Tho following extract from a Texas
newspaper is evidently founded on Par
In a very mountainous F.astern State,
in a Airy picturesque region aline of
railroad was in operation. It was built
at one point upon the opposite sides of
two mountains, with, of course, a valley
between. A locomotive was stationed
at the summit of each to p ,11 up the
trains. In one instance, when a long
passenger train had reached within a
short (lislance of the tup the heavy wire
cable broke and away it went, more
rapidly than the imagination of the nar
rator," lo the valley ami up the other
mountain a half mile, like a Hash, and
the pre.-ence of mind of a passenger, a
book agent by the by, arrested it from
rushing down the other side, as be
checked it by the brakes. Anyhow,
back the train went to the bottom and
ngain ascended the other sitle, thus
sec-sawing for the greater part of I lie
day, before the power of gravity over
came the momentum. The ladies
shrieked, but the speed was such that
the (rain left the sound behind, and the
prayers that were uttered on the crest
of one mountain were met hy the return
ing train in the valley.
Millions Uivm Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ami
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it nut for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try lor yourself. It never fails to
Beecher's Beginning as a Proachor.
Henry Ward Ifeeclier said the other
day, in Plymouth Church: "I have never
asked a collection here, except when it
has been ordered by the ollicial board.
But to-day 1 want you to give a collec
tion for me; not for my personal use,
but for my sake. When' 1 was about 2.')
years of nge -yes. my wife says so
looking down at Mrs. Beecher, who
nodded her head in her pew, knowing
little of life, and having much to learn,
I went forth as a preacher. I wont
across the Ohio to Covington, to a little
Presbyterian church, for I was a Pres
byterian then and am still, all but their
confession of faith. Then Martha Saw
yerthat isn't her name now, so no one
will know came tome to go to Law
reneebtirg. Ind., about twenty miles
from Cincinnati, a town which das sent
out more whiskv than any other in the
United States. There Miss Sawyer was
tho trustee, deacon and Treasurer of
tho little church, with twenty members
ami one mini among them. They
raised .I.Vi the first year, and, with the
aid of the Ameriean'jlonie Missionary
Society, Cod bless it forever, I had S UM
salary. There I began to learn to be a
jtreacher, and learned for two years,
and then went to Indianapolis for eight
years before I came here. There, in
that little church, which would seat lou
persons, and w here, if I wanted to hold
a communion, I had to send to the next
town and borrow a deacon, I was sex
ton as well as pastor. I used to sweep,
and 1 bought, the Iannis nnd filled,
trimmed and lit them. There that lit
tlo church has stood till now. anil now
they hope to build a larger one. I
waiit you to help me to help tliein. The
collodion will now bo taken to rebuild
the Presb tcrian Church in Lnvvrence
burg, Ind., when) 1 began my minis
try." It Won't Pay
after so much labor and capital has been
expended to build lip this medicine, to
allow it to deteriorate. You can take Sim
mons Liver Regulator with perfect fuitli, as
it is made by 110 adventurers who pickup
the businisi of concocting medicines, but
by educated, practical druggists who have
made the study of medicine and its com
pounds tho labor of a liletiint'. The care,
precision, neatness and perfection exhibited
by the very .appearance of thu Regulator
proves it to be thu best prepared medicine
in the market, ami J. 11. Zeilin & Co, fully
carry out theirniottn: "Purissinir et Optima
(purest and bent),"
"Fkmalk cmnplaintH" are tho result of
impure blood. Use "Dr. Lindscy's Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Wk ar persuaded that t li 9 ancient
Hermes with all the subtle art nnd natural
resources of the Alchemists, was a very poor
doctor compared with Mrs. Lydin E. Pink
ham, of Lynn, Mass. Murines may havo
been after all only a clever ptactitioner of
tho Black Art; but we know Micro is no
bumbutfin tho pharmaceutical chemistry
of Mrs. Piukliam's Vegetable Compound.
ChilU and Fever.
Stinmons Liver Kega
tutor coon break thn
chill, and carries tin
fever out ol the HjHtum.
U cures when all other
K'ir tho relief and cure
of till 1 diHlreanliiK tils
i'hhh uae SlmnioiiB Liv
Tho ItiTiililtor will ooMtlvvlv euro thla U..rllle
illhoMKK. Wo nnncrt emphatically what we know to
hniilil not bn regarded uh a trillion ailment. Na
I urn ileuinnda the ntnioHl regularity of the ho, vein.
Therefore bsbIhI nature by Inking Hunmotm l.ivet
Regulator. It Is harmlcHH, uiilct and cticctual.
One or two lulile.poonfulH will relieve all the
troiibleH Incident to u IiIIIoiik male. Much an Nau.ea
1)iziiich, DrnwHiiieHa, Distrute alter eating, a bit
ter had tnido in thu mouth.
I'eiKoni may avoid all attack by occaHlonally
taking a done of Simmons Liver Regulator to keep
the liver In healthy action.
generally arising fram a disordered" atoniach. can
lie corrected bv taking Simmon Liver Kegulator.
Mmnioiig User Kegulat r soon eradicate! thla ills
cane from Ihe KjHteui, leaving the ekiu cleur and
free from all i tnpurttics.
Children tuill'erltig wllh colic soon experience ro
I'lel'wlieii Simmon Liver Kegulator Is administer
ed. AditllH nlHO derive cjreat 1) cue lit from thin
medicine. It ib not unpleasant ; it is hniiutciM
and ell'nctlVH. J'urely vcgetahla,
1 U j A 1 ) I ) E J I it K 1 1 )N E YS
Mort of lln: disease, of the bladder originate from
those of thu kidney. Itestorc the net mil of t lie
liver fully and both the kidneys ami blunder vlll
pyTakc only the genuine, which always has. on
the wrapper the red ', trado mark and signature 01
For sale by all drugpists.
Pain Cannot Stav Whole
It Is Used.
Itlmematism is cured by
A lame back of eight years Htandlng was
ly cured by fin cent wonh of
TAOMAS' Et'LECTKlC OIL
Common soro throat is cured with one done of
THOMAS' El'LECTKIC OIL
Cuuglm and colds are cured hy
All throat and luug diseases arc cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTUIC OIL
Asthma I cared by
THOMAS' KCLECTK1C OIL.
Hums and frost bites are relieved at once hy
THOMAS' ECLECTUIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere,
l'rice 50c. and $1
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This Hotel I heated by steam, has sled 111
Laundry, llvdrsallr. Elevator, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Klru Alartns, Hath, absolutely pure air,
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