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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given ,
lftilnin orimv injurious miU-ihihvs run lm fniiim
In Arxlrow-s'' Vonrl DitkinK I'owdor. Is -Uvrl
PURE. I4u; 'iil .r-l . hihI t-l i tmm in I
ntvlo-d ipiin hiii'Ii fhttni!-t S. lmiiu llu.vs. Ho,
ton; M, iH lal'niiUiim', of Cliinino; ntij liiistiivus
Hiwlo, MilnHiiktv. Ni'VitmM In Imlk.
C. E. ANDREWS Sl CO.
S MI' liuvui Av. 517. A K, Wiikt
L-,r...if frtranl la WD ITIt lltl'lt HIltlA
fnctorr to ita wearer in .-very v,
nr tliH inomv will Iib ivImvttMl l.y
tlioporBou from whom itWHHlKuiulil.
Th"iilvf'"i-u.t .n.nnunc.'i l.y nor li-iiilliiif .liyslr-.m
not Injurious t,. th- wr, nn,l.i,U..iw.tl.i '"' I
'"ftd" i'RicF,hr Mbii. r...i.K- ri i
Health lr...pvlng. l.6. If-il-l'". 1 M
Abdominal (Mlraa.-a.yl .. Nnr.lMir. I.MI
llrt.HI 1'rr.rrtlm (nr ronllli . l'HtHtn
rSUrt.Nui'portli'. I ".
Fomalr hy Irmllna Krlall l iili-r. fifrtnlicm
C1IK V; lOlihfcf CO.. lilctfi. Ul.
Morsels of Gastronomy.
It is ; wi-o rutin who kimwrtli wliile
l:ait when lie is eullt'il iijxhi to (:isti of
Frujj loj;s, soft slifll rr:iln, tinil si'ii
ttnipc aro now i inlii 1 I in luxuries
of t liar m'umiii.
Tim contimii'tl liiU irii'i of lii'cf
onuses !i tcrrililu sliinoliti'r of ancient
nml su"T:uiimatMl cliii-krtis.
l-'ntin-iitclli U iiiithnrity fnrtli! M:itc
ini'iit iIimI the n:ilatc is us -:i j :il ! nml
in'iirly as worthy or i-iiiu.uioii ......
eve nin! the ear.
A scarcity of ornncs of onod size ami
fiiu!ity is eoiiiilaiiieil uf, ImiI lovers of
lemonade will be (,'lml to know tliat
pooi I lemons are plenty.
Epicures contend that the IhI way to
eat asparagus is cold villi a ilre.Ninp of
oil and vimyar. To eat it hot they de
clare to lie an abomination.
Discussion upon the siiiijei t if drawn
vs. undrawn poultry has suicided alto
potlier. Nobody was victorious, and
the sale of undrawn poultry jnjes lirave
"Show me ft man eatinp lei luce,"
said Lord lleaeonslield, "and I will tell
vou what, manner of it in hi lie is." The
highest opiciirenn ntitliorities all apiee
that, to cut. lettuce is to ruin it.
Hlanc iii.in(' of iildi'ii times was an
nllopellier ilill'ereiit dish from wliat we
have now under that naine. and used to
include in its ingredients aliiunids, rice,
salt and e en aniseed.
Nome facetious writer declare that,
the preattM pu..le-of the ape is the
strawberry shortcake sold at re-laiiranls.
The puzzle is to liud the .-Ira win tit, and
thousands of people Ikuc piven up the
search in dispu-t.
"Take it away, take i! iiwav." said
the countryman at the liniusw ick, to
whom the waiter brought whipped
cream for his strawberries. "1 diilu't
come in here to pet shaved!" and he
waved hi- hands deprei'atinly, ami
repeated, "Take it away!"
"lie who talks with hi-; mouth full,"
said I'r. Johnson, "rarely has anythiup
valuable toeoiiiinuiiicate." ( 'oiiiderinp
Dr. Johnson's own table manners this
was a (pleer speech lo make, but, still
miuio one of us would do well (oreiiicm
ler. In one of her recent articles on pas
troiiomy, Mixs Juliet ('ui-on described
a soup made of w hile w ine, eaten cold,
und whieli she alVn ins to lie a favorite
dish in Austria. Another wine soup
hhe describes in inadi' one-half of con.
Homme and the other half of claret.
They have now at the restaurant of
the Kacipiel ( 'Ink a cook famous for the
variety of ways he can prepare and
h.-rve macaroni. Macaroni dinners pre.
pared by this culinary artist from
"sunny Italy" am said'lo I thinps
ot beauty and peimiue jovs furever," "
Warm weather has pr'ndm ed scwral
new kinds of ice cream, wlm h 1 1 n-
feel loners have withheld mnil the
weather was of H kind t make ..,,.,!,.
nipreciale it. The nanu s f,,r the ,,,-w
cretirns ,e fanciful. The p le w ill
8IMIH till.) out f,,r themselves "w hat's in
In Hi ilin laiely n noied I'r r,
who devote, mr(. oM.xnf ti,llc. tu
pastronomy. B lVmurl u (
of the courses f w 1 1 i . -1 , was snake's
yppn. ii is sail that theeompany par
t(K.k ubuuilanily, but h.,w many were
obhpe.l to rail in phyieian, t,-,, ,;u
dnv in not r-corilnd.
Uestipouehe salmon is Hbmidani and
by HOllie is placed at the head of the lUt
of fish, foipettilip sheepshead, red snap.
jer ami sea-bass. JUst now the ti'h
market oilers a very laipo variety; Hd
With the Iliph ilice of ln ef, hoil.s'ekeep.
ers find it economical to add more tinh
to their daily foml. AVw lurk Mail
x i:b w a
1 1 -M?
How to Hatch Full Broods,
A little rare with nittinp liens will en
able the farmer to pet full broods, if ho
will only lake the trotiblo to select epps
that nre fertile. The belter method" in
to endeavor to place thorpps under two
or three hens on the name day, as thero
are nearly ahvay two or three inclined
to sit about the saino time when the
(locks are larpe, Tut not over u dozen
epps under each lien; in cold weather it
is best not. to pivu them over eipht each.
M'licii the epps have been in the nest
about ten days or two weeks, po to all
three of the nests and carry the epps to
the house. Then, by hold'inp un epp in
the left hand, and whudiiip it with the
lipht, between the eye and, ft pood lipht
(a coal-oil lamp will answer) the posi
tion of the ii ir chamber nt the top of the
la nre end may be observed. If this lias
become enlarped, and the epp is very
dark from the air chamber to the small
end, the epp contains a chick. If the
epp is clear or transparent it. contains
no life. After selecluip the dark epps
shake each ono pently, ami if the lluid
strikes loosely iipainst the shell it is
rotten, but if' no motion in the epp is
experienced by the hand place them
back in the nest, and boil the clear ones
for feedinp yoiinp chickens already
hatched. Hyiisinp this plan the pood
epps that were formerly under three
hens can be placed under two, or one,
as the exigency demands, and the third
hen may be piven another hatch along
with a fresh trio. With u little judg
ment and experience one can know
almost to a certainty how many chicks
n hen will bring oil'.
A colored resident of San Francisei,
dyinp. left a modest estate of $1,770,
and by his will appointed Hodoripo
Wilkinson and Henry M. Smith execu
tors, insiructinp them to divide up his
money among themselves and certain
other persons and one church and a
Mutual Hem lit Society "as they might
deem proper." "As it unhappily chanced,
when the testator died Smith was nerv
ing ft term in the State prison, and
could not act, mind) as he would have
liked to. The other day the other and
sole acting executor tiled bis account for
distribution, giving to the parties named
as follows: To Mr. Smith, Mrs. Wilson
and Mrs. Nickens, 1 1 each; to Zion
Church. ".M; to the society, $1.W; to
himself the balance of the estate,
07'.(. An unfeeling court refused to
confirm the distribution on the ground
that it was unjust, and ordered that the
estate be more fairly distributed.
If yoi'ii lunirs nre almost wasted by con
sumption Ir. Tierce's "(.olden Medical
DiHcovery"-will not cure you, yet rb a rem
edy for severe coughp, nnd all cureable
bronchial, throat, and lung affections, it is
uiihuipassed. sum! two stamps for Dr.
Pierce's large pamphlet treatise on Con
fmniptionfand Kindred After tionn. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Thursday Evenino, August 24, 1882.
This section wis visited by a heavy rain
storm to day and last night that pave the
ground a good wetting. Tho clouds are
still very heavy and indications are for
more ol tho sume sort to follow. Tha
river is steadily declining but the stage of
water is still abundant to all points.
Freights are scarce and business about
the wharf is anything but lively.
FLOUK W have no chance to note.
Prices remain about the same and the
movement is very small. Receipts continue
light in the better grades.
HAY Very dull and flat. Buyers hesi-
itate to take hold at any price owing to the
bad condition ot a large part of receipts.
CO KN Prices are nominal and quoted
Bame as at tho begiuing of the week, al
though thero is no demand at all.
OATS Stocks are not heavy but the
MEAL Dull and unchanged,
demand is only moderate.
KHAN Stocks aro reduced and prices
IU'TTEK Steady and unchanged.
KfJUS Stocks aru accumulating and
prices have a tendency to decliue.
CHICKENS Scarce, steady and firm.
FRUIT Dull and plenty. drapes
seem to be about the only thing wanted.
POTATOES-No dcninnd except for
the local trade and that is supplied by
Sale and Quotations.
NOTB. TIib rlcnH curs hivuii nru Tor mlus Irum
flint hand In round Iota. An ndvntini In
r.liaririiit fur broken liitatn ttlMnnonlira.
ax) Vadium Riwti'd 4 b'XH Ml
limhhlm-hoir.c 4 !)
1K) tibia cholct! 4 K.'
'.'i hhln fancy 8 15
loo hliln pattMit It ''!i
8 rnr rhnlre new 15(H)
1 i-nr ullt .Mltfo Ki on
Z run. lt,;titly hratoil 1 1 (Ml
1 cum tnlxt'i! In tiulk IS
I inn whllu In hulk si
h Can r hid, a u ImlU on track 4'1
1 rr new 4'j
No. '1 Iti-rt, (er tin ot)
No. V! .Mi.'iltmranoMi us
tiblit'liy In loti S IH&1 no
vjoo iciia 7d
iKipounrta Hrlitly chnlcii Nurthoru !?:tii'J4
annpoumls Rontharn Illinois Isftjil
E'"1 poandf choir northern packed in
NO HoB ,
Ilf cholta .; v Uk3lIt w
THK DAILY OAJKO IIUI.LKTIN:
tlconpM inlxdd 11 "'
M coop i Imico hen . H '"
coup i lioloti youiij 8 bOtf'j 7.'i
peached . l'it.'i
(iiO lt crape In! "
I'holceriew .1 7fl2 00
Pur butliel IW'"
New poiatoe per hh '' 00'J
" liimli 00
IVr barrel 1 5" 4' l'11
Plain Ilium u""'
...... . hi
B. U. 1IM11I 1
Clear allien '
ht. Joliun 0
Ohio Uivor 1 00
'."4 biirtiel burlap "
li biinti.'l " It
fi bu.liel " . I
Oranije, choice per hos 6 on
bcnuiti cholct' pnr hoi., fi Cogi V
DHI Kl) FRUIT.
I'earhea.lialvctaiu) iiiarter fiji'i
Apple, briuhl , nl
Choice navy 4 a
Choice medium 4 no
Choice, Factory lu&ll
V It &;io
Calf, Oreen lo
Drv Flint choice VQ,i
Dry Salt .lt
Oriieu Salt .'Kill
Sheep IVlt,dry ; lovi.47
Hheep fell, i;roen Vixl Oil
Cmnmiin Lug J '.V(tl ""
Oood Iuk SiKft 4 no
.wLcar 4 7V(4 mi
Medium Leaf 5 M(i 1 Ml
OorLeal Mi 8 uf
KATKS OF FKKIOHT.
(Jrain Hay Flour fori.
Vcwt. cwt. h"b hhl
Meuphli, 10 15 90 '
.v(ir:pn 15 I7U : 4
lfit-u, Aril IT'b .VJ1J '15 MX
Vlckburg I7U 'tii x, WW
Wv S! 46 y
"Threw Away Her Supporter."
Dr. I't' ice: -A neighbor of ours was
sufferiii!.' f out "female weakness" whiih
the do' tots told her could not be cured
without a supporter. After considerable
Durstissiou my wife induced her to try your
'Favorite Prescription." Alter UBing one
bottl.) she threw away bur supporter and
did a large warring, which she had not done
iu two years before. James Mii.lah,
4 J 11 Jacob street, Wheeling, W. Va.
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. iNeglect fre(Uentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syr jps
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throat Troubles which Hingers and
I'll' die Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trocheft have been
recon. mended by physicians, and always
give pci feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
leincdics of the age. Sold at 5)5 cents n
Inn every wheie.
"Your Sring Blossom is a success. I
certainly think its effects nre wonerl'ul;
all tin' dyspeptic symptomn I complained
of have v itiished ; my wife is also enthusi
nstic iu praise of it; she was disfigured by
blotch" mid pimples on her flCe, ami
aeoiiliuous hi'iidiich)1. She is all right
now and all unsightly eruptions are gone.
You may refer any doubting parties to me.
it. M: Williamson,
"Elk Street, BulLilo."
Price 50 cunts, trial bottles 10 cents.
P, 0. Bcm it, ngonf
"Fkmalk complaints" are the result of
impure blond. Use "Dr. Lindsey'H Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvu
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction; or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by (Iko. E
Du. Kline's Ghkat Nrkvb Rkrtoiwk is
tho marvel of the ago for M nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
struct, Philadelpia, Pa.
J. F. Davis, or Portsmouth, Ohio, sold iu
one year fourteen thottsaud boxes of "Sel
ler's Liver Pills." They cure malwria.
(Vllcn's Bruin Food positively rures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, ami all weakness
of generative organs. $1. ft fr S ajj
druggists. Head for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
KIUDAY M0KK1WH, AL'flUST 25, 1882.
Chills and Fever.
Hlininuna I.Ivor Hi'HU
I hi or miiiii break the
lull and rumen the
lever out ol the avHlein.
It cure when all other
Kr the rellcl' Mid cure
of thl dllreni.liiK die
cHKit line Slniimm Liv
The Hopiilator will p.iHttivvly euro Ihl t..rlblf
dlauHu. We HHaert enipliutlcully what we know to
idioulil not be regarded a a trilling? ailment . Na
ture ileuuind the iitimmt regularity of the Imi.voIh,
i lierefon; asn'st nature by luklni: Slininon Liver
H' KiiUl or. It 1h harmlenii, mild nml cDectual,
One or two tubenpionful will relieve nil the
trouble Incident to a billon state, cm li a Nauea
HizzlneiiH. DrowHlner, HintreH niter ealln, a hit
ler bud (HKte In the mouth.
I'erHoui may avoid all attack by occasionally
lakint! a (lime of Simmon Liver Hi'uUlor to keep
(lie liver in healthy uclloii.
HAD 3 mi: A Til!
Kctieriilly rlii)K from a disordered alomarn, ran
he correcteit bvtukliiu Mimnioiia 1,1 ver Jteuutor.
Simmons Liver Heeulat noon eradicatei thin ill.
ene from the ytein, leuvinj; the nklu clear and
dec irom un unputitiei.
Children nflerlnj; with roltc oon experience ro
lief when Sinmion Liver Heuulator i ttimlulter-
ed. Adults alNO derive ureat benetlt from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; It Is harmless
and ellecllva. l'lirely vt'Ketalila.
H L A L) U K 1 1 Sc K 1 1J)N K V S
Most of the disease ol the lilaiiderorlulnHtufrom
those ol the klilnev. Hestore the action or th
liver fully and both the kidneys ami bladder will
HrTke onlv the u'eniiiiio, which ahvay hn on
the h nipper the red , trade murk and signature ol
For side hy all druuvists.
If you sulTer from d) speisis, use
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you are afflicted with biliousness, use
BUIUMJL'K BLOOD BITTERS,
If you arc prostrated w ith sick headai ke, take
BUIOOfK BLOOD BITTERS
If your bowels ate disordered regulate them with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If your blond Is Impure, purify It with
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If you have indigestion, you will find an antidote id
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKR3.
If yon are troubled with sprine coinpla.nt. eradi
cate thorn with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
If yonr liver Is torpid restore it to healthy anion
with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTKHS,
If your liver l aflected you will find a shure restor
itlvein BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
IT yn Imva any species of humor or pimple, fall
not Iu lal'. lll. llOcx'li ULOOI) UlTTITliK
If you have any slmptom of u!car or scrofnlou
sores, a curative remedy will be found Iu
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
I'nr tmpiirtiiiK htreni:ih and viliilltv to the system,
liolhiue can equal BURDocK Bl.ooD BITTERS.
For Nervous and Oeiieral Debility, tone up tbe
ostein with BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
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BUFFALO, X. Y.
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Tin: m:w niMinnv.
HOPS I MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy ia compounded
from the beat known curativea, such
Hops, Malt Extract, Canara Sa.gra.da
(Sacred Horki, Buchu. Dandelion and
Saraapa;:lla, combined with on agre.
able Aromatic Elixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They net upon the Kidneys.
They Kepulnta tbe Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote DiyeBtion
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate,
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
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t fT'Tuke no nther.flrf,
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