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IRVING TO HOI DDOWHX?
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given r ,
Ifalmn or any injurious MinMetnv.s run lie foniul
In Andrew' I'eaxl Halt in I'ovrdrr. Is s-
tively PURE. HcillKeliilolv (I, llll'l l(tilllonill).S
Pfl-IVdl Irolll Mllcll ('llCUliMMI!- S. Imiiii Hmjk. H-
tmi; M. iKdiifoiilnliie, (if ( ItieaiM; ntnl UU'titvus
llnde, Milwaukee. Never snM in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO. r,
(h Mi'hii!Hii Av. oa7. "" ""i Wider,-
L r.-.i,l. ij u nci.iit.Ml RKtttl-
factory to ita Wfiiri-r in very vv,
r.r tho jiintinv will be r.-Iuini"l lv
the person from li"'ii '""u-'l'1-ThKimlvi
'iirwi iinimiii m il "'' It t -I I : in
nl litl.irl.Mis ! Hi- ! '""i
. "in.. iif.illulili- mi l I" in"' lilli'P I i"-" ''".r
"'"Xa" MIIITbr Mull.l'cil.'C I'Ml'li
llcullh I'D-nrrt lnj(. s.-:r.Allii'l. . I .t
Abdemlnul IftlrtknivH .. IS "r.ln. I ,M
Heal Ik l're.rvliT ' wWlH I'n'iif"
M-lrl Jnlini l'iiK- I.''".
Forwlr by l.nilmg U -u U ..I. nw wh-r
tlll( A.( fOKf t ( i., Mi' ;:. in
I tirop.wtlmi f rniloxlilp df Iron, rprnvlun
ark ami ilm l'lifiiilinl. N, worlnli"l with lln
VepcUlilP Arnniallr. KirlmM il liv 111' Mi"l!i ul
I'mfwbliin, ninl ii'riiiiHnniili''l I iy llii'tii for
prpuln. J"iirriil Ikclillll v. iVmalo lll
rr. U mil of Vllalll.i, Situhh l"i-i.
Iralloii, I uiinilMrrnrp from Irvria
nt I (iron t-4 lillU nml I'ficr. Imtrvti
evt-rjr jnirioo wlnra Tumi; 1h iic ry.
ilinnficlurfd ly Tlie Dr. Harfor 5!cdiciue Co., Si. Look
The fiillnwliut In one of i lin vory many tctlm
Dial vtc are receiving d.ill) .
Ctnll'O'ti Some tlirre uiinilliis ajro I liiein t'lS
One Of lUl. IIAHTKK'H lltiiN TONU.', Iljmll lllfi 111.
lre eif many frlcnila who knew ili (u(S. I wni
iifferlng from (K-ncral di litliiy to nu b an exUMit
lhat my lulmr waipxreeitlnyly biii'ilviiKouii1 tnius.
A varatlonof a uionlhillil rrnl ki nie much rc
lli'f, hul on the contrary, ,n followed by ln
creMcil iirosiirttlun aii'l flnl.mjr i lillln. At tin
time I tifgin tlieune of ymir Inns T'inic. from
which 1 rc-allf.eil ahnont Iniiiii iMiilo ami wonderful
reaullH, Thcnl'ltMieiyy i clurii'd ami I found that
tny natural force wan not iipi ninucmly uliati d, 1
have llcil three hnllleanf fhi'TuM"'. blue f unln(
It I have doiii; twice the luhor tlnit I ever did In Ilia
iamlnie durtn(i my lllin-h, and Willi doulde the
e. With the tranquil nerve and tlrnrof hody,
lm come alio r chm-nifs hi ihrnithl never before
enjoyed. If the Tunic h.na imt demu Hie woik, I
know uul what. plve it tin- credit.
Modi Krafifnllv youm,
J. '. VA IwnSl,
Troy, 0., Jan. J, 1E7S. l'iUir.liriilau Church.
JSile by Druggists nd Uenofjl Dealsr Everywhef
lloKtidt'ir'a Mo iiHch Ui 1 1 . r lrinlei dvupi'l'
Ih with ifreu'e' ri'tliiini i iiiid proin itmde i him
any known remedy , a id i a inn I ceinin luvitfo
rant, aipilzer aii'i aid in recri iion 'i'liene r"
nn( em pi v ato-i'ri ioiih, n i Iio'i-m ml., i f our colli)
trvmeu and u iiiiii'ii wlm li'iv i xpiTl' m 'd lit
eff.;ct are aware, hut Hi-,, hi, ird U, hv tircrnii'ii
hie iirimfN. 'I li ll.tter nl-n i;ie a lienl.lilul Mini
ulna to the urinary nrt;mH
for fale by nil lirui-iilHt.i and di i r generally.
m I uit ttut iii
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nnt.-it.rvu thWIU,, ,,.,, Orif aiile
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Lb HTOniACVI (f
A favorlt pnnerlptlnn of ono of thu
BOil DOWl mcremlul ho'tihIWU In lh t' N.
(bow rellredi for theiirf Aerrnti Ut hilily,
JtaW JfMf, llfcietauil Itrray. k.j,i
iiplluun.-i,nvulojre. iinigKinu. uu tin u,
KUrM OR. WARD A CO., Uuiiiim. Mo.
In UnqueitionaMrt Americin Oitiaen
I oulil. to except from tliu ontefjory
jf the eiininion pluen H loin, lank eili
t 1 1 of the I'nileil States whom 1 meet
l ('ii-iiio innl itliud.xt rverywhero else,
surve 'iiicjihin;j;iii!;iiiernl with nn inim
liililu 11 i r of iii!ii"iihie inleivsl ttiul
H'rein1 eiiii!!ieeu v. titi'lisliii lietl liv the
nt.M lninnii nt ho iilV'Hils to Ihore nlxint.
'lini. He writ I'M a suit of eoitrxe innl
neiivy lilaek, oviileiilly re:ulv made, nml
aiiit'h loo lr;i! for hini. The enat is a
hiieli'ss sack, very Ion:' in the skirts
tlld the sleeves. A fuliililed Idiiek silk
leekereliicf is wound itlnnit a hieh limp
nllar, of whii'lt it, is iniposilile to say
ivhetln r it is meant to siaml up or turn
iv.it; and the limine is c rowned ly
jlitck felt hal, at. wln-e Stiiientloiis
oreadtli Iho i jlrr pojmhiiion of Europe
tie never tired of wondering. Our
rieml lias a tangled lieard of iron pray,
uul a still' iiol lard inustai'lie which does
lot eoneeal the stibsutilied expression
ihvays plat in? nliout his month. He
all ies his hands liehind hini, he treads
villi eiiihasis. he throws his head back
.hat his shrewd t winkliueyes mav lel
,erview the worhl from underlhe broad
felt. He loves to talk when he can lind
my body w ho speaks our lanuajre. Tim
tirst tiine 1 saw him nt Monte Carlo li
tiad fastened upon ayouiifr Knlishman,
.csorved, irresponsive, fie-h-faeed, care
fully ehul, bullniied up extremely tiht,
Uii very antithesis in rverytliin;, audio
this pifeut and somewhat asldiiished
iiudilor he tvasinipartiiiir his impressions
jf the Casino, the jMediterranean, the
.oiioerl we had just listened to. and in
nn rt ienlar Ihe manners and etlnms (if
the J.rilih visitors, oeeasionally throw-
ini' Lis jaws w ide open for a short iiimI
vigorous laujjh. and bending lei- ?filV
form in the iuiddie like Ihe shutting up
jt a jaek-Klllle.
"Now, 1." he exelainied in n eoiili
'.leuti.'d liarenthe.is, ! uin'l an Et)''li-J).
"Ah. inst so." renlied the voune man.
"I did nut suppose you were.
It was the only remark of our coun
tryman which called forth a cordial re-
ponse. 1 saw mm treading the ( or.-o
;in the morniny; of the earnivnl, wearing
the same black clothes, and ipiile as
much lit his ea-e in the niid-t of domi
noes, devils, find paes as in the pay
throng at the janiblin; rooms; and I
thought, what a tareet fur confetti! La
ter in the day 1 saw him a :ain. He has
ecu 1hroiii;h the battle. The threat hat
d particular had MilVercd. lint the
calm spirit was unrutlled. Erect, de
liberate, observant, amused, self-possessed,
taking in eventhin', and assim
ilating noliim;;, 1U was an odd figure
iluleed, but not a ridiculous one, lie
had beiin so late in the life to see the
world, and had broueht to the enter
prise so little preparation, that you
could not help wondering how lie found
his way to this place from his farm m
the prairies, and what sort of adven
tures uitisl have befallen him on ihe
jouriicf. yet neither could joii help re
specting the independence, self-reliance,
and pood nature with which he illus
trated so much that is estimable in thu
American character. Mrntone (kirm
wulvncc A'cio Yor'- Trihunr.
A Drj rea.'"in,
"Stranger, I take it," oh-rrvj an
elderly resident theotiier day, as I sto
tied and asked if there were any bl;
berry trees around his way. "1 jedeil
io. I was a stranger myself when I fust
kiin here. That was in the summer of
'ILL Hotte.-t sumnier ever known in
"Any warmer than this?" I asked
"Suminiit. summiil! Th:it summer of
' 10 the cedar trees melted and run riht
alone: the ground! you notice how red
that ere duU is?"
'Trolly warm," 1 ventuied.
"Why, sir, dui iu' the sunimer of '19
we kepi meat riht on the, ice to keep it,
from eookin' too fast, and we had to
put the chickens in refrigerators to j;et
"Where did you eet, w in-V"
"We Innl it left over and kept, it in
b'ilin, wnier! Yes, sir. The tcmpcra-
uro of b'ilin' water was so much lower
than Ihe temperature of the atmosphere
that it kep' the ice so cold joii couldn't
touch it with your linger!" "
"Any thincrcUe starllinej that sea
son?" "That summer of MP' Well, 1 iriies-!
The Hackensack river bco-an to b'lo
airly in June, and we didn't see the sky
until October, fer the steam in the air!
And fi sili ! lish! They were droppin' all
over town cooked just as you wanted
'em! There wasn't anylhin but lish,
until the river dried up!"
"What did you have then?"
"The lines! oyslers and (dams you
ever heard of. ' They walked rfcht
ashore for water, ami they'd drink ap
plejack ri'hl out. of Ihe demijohn! Yes,
mi-. You call this hot! J feel like an over
coal!" "What is your business?" I askod
"I'm a preacher," he replied. "My
tho way, you wanted blackberry trees.
Juat keep up Ihe thumb hand side of
this road imlilyoii come to the pi; pas
ture, and there you lind the trees, ('limb
up on my goose roost, and ymi can
knock down all the berries you want, if
you enn lind a pole lonij enough
Murat Halstod'a Advice.
To the imiuiry: "Which l tho most
correct way to ask a young lady to take
your arm. and which nrui uro you to
oiler?" Mural llalstcud replies on fol
lows: Well, nsk her to tnku your nrm:do
not grub her by tho elbow. You might
gently ami poftlv inquire, "Will you
take inv arm?" il is ru'her solemn to
say, 'Tleitsctako niy ann"--unlwi you
are afraid she is about to got hurt, ami
you are substantially asking her to rkvo
herself. In that way you may, without
impertinence, show's, tender solicitude.
As to which arm to ollnr, other things
being ouiil, the one next your heart.
If you aio Inking her outlo dinner,
something will depend ou tho locution
of the dinning room and your plnco at
tho table, li you are, on tho street, Iho
snfept rulo Is to tako thooiitsido plnco so
as to servo ns a bodv-guard against
runaway horse. The presence of ft few
boys with velocipedes or tricycles on
thrt sidowalk might change tho situation.
Abovo all things preserve your com
posureremember that you are a tood
wan aud bear up bravely.
CA1U0 HULLKTIN: THUUsDAY MUKN1NM, AUGUST 31, 1882.
Yellow Fever Prevented.
Tl.,t nniri ooeril of the Central Ruilrmei ot
Georgia ay: "Thoiigll exposed to the
worst miiisnutlic lniiiienccs, going m mm
coming out of Stvanah at dill'ercnt hours
ut Iho nu,'ht, ami also in spending entire,
niyhls in tho city during tho pn vclanre ol
the yellow I ever epidemic of 1874, with but
Ihe single exception ot one of lis (who wits
taken sick, but speedily recovermOwe ron
tinued in our ustisl good health a ciu uni
stance we can account for in no other way
but by the nlfeet, under rrovidence, of tbe
habitual continued use of .Simmons Liver
Regulator while we wero exposed to this
The promise given to Oscar Wilde in
the Eastern papers would lend one to
suppose that he is regarded by liio.-e
journals as a very supcYior person aire.
One daily goes so far as to publish the
iwime of the young lady whom the a---thele
regards as the most beaut iful
woman in the I'nited States. Thus is
the said young lady's lifo lighted and
Oscar's perpetual ostracization in Aiuiiv
There was a time, says a New York
letter, when Jim Keene w as very anx
ious to make a shine in society, but his
wife had no taste for it. lie bought
her velvets and diamonds, but they did
not tempt her. She put them all away
nml sat down in her wrapper to read. -Mrs.
Keene was a Miss laugerlield. of
Virginia. The Jlatigcrlichls are of the
I-'. F. V.'s. They are a branch of the
Lee family, and' hoid their heads very
high. Hut they never did care fm
dress, and preferred to associate only
with thennelves rather than with the
vulgar herd. Keene was very much
disappointed by his wife's "land, for he
had social ambitions, and would, no
doubt, have been a leading ligure in so
ciety hud she seconded his views. He
waited patiently until his daiighli-i
should be ready to "come out;" ..ut
again he was disappointed. She is 17
years old now. and evict ly like her
mother in her tastes. A far as the la
dies of the Keene family are concerned,
they would be as happy among the
mountains of Virginia on l,.roo a year
as they are at Newport on unlimited
million's. So Keene turn to Wall street
for all his esciteincnt, while Gould, who
has no social ambition, liuds his great
est amusement in the bosom of his fam
il,. . am
Mr. Ti'ih 'i bad a library of over six
t . . i ih, ii I volumes, and has just ad
d u I i I, .mi -and -i hundred.
Don't r.e Alarmed
at Driiiht'Diseasc, Diabetes, or any disease
of the kidneys, liver or urinary organs,
as Hop Hitters will certainly ami lastingly
cure you, and it is the only thing that
aji vo auu ioi jjivo.
The reports from the anthracfie re
gion abound in evidencesof the wisdom
of the live and let live policy of ihe coal
operators. The voluntary advance in
wages and tho yvork on full limn have
had the effect to remove every ve-stipe
of discontent from tho miners and pro
duce nn era of mutual good feeling mid
good understanding between workmen
and operators. It is a misfortune that
this generous policy could not be often
or adopted, as its results would unques
tionably he beneficial. If operators
would make a practice of advancing
wages when trade tvm prosperous tlmro
is little doubt that in dull times the
work i '' i would gladly accept a. reduc
tion w i i' l) would equitably divide the
losse, will) them. Strikes urn injurious
to nil concerned, but mutual concessions
Hccordi'i'.; to the condition of thu Irado
would ticioth the way for the perma
nent pro-pcrity of both laborers and
employer. Vhiiaihljihui Timfs.
The son of an Austin butcher ev
. erieincd great difficulty in comprn
heiidiic fractions, although his teacher
did his very best to make him iinder
i.tand tlwi'r intricacies. "Now let us
suppose," baid the teacher, "that r. cus
tomercameto your father to buv live
pounds of meat, and he only had four
to sell what would he do?" "Keep his
hand on the meat while he was weigh
ing il. and then il would weigh mom
than live pounds," was tho candid re
sponse Free ol CuhI,
All pi ismis wishing to test the lueiiihuf
anient remedy - niic that will positivtly
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Hioiieliit'iH, or any nll'ertion of the Thrum
and Lungs ate requested to call at Hurry
V. Si bub's drug store and get a trinl but
lie of Hr. King's New Discovery for Con
Hiiuip'i n In e of cost, which will show you
what a regnl'ir dollar size buttle will do. (I)
J. F. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohio, sold in
ore ) i ar lourtei n thousand boxes of ".sel
ler's Liht Tills." They cute iniih riii.
Tun old lined ihein; the yuiuig yvant
Ihcin; the sick cruve them; the well tako
them; dyspeptics need them; epicures li Uu
them ; men will have them; children cry
for them; ladies must have them. Hops and
iVi'sonul! To Men Only!
The Vullaic licit Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Kelts ami Electric Applicancn ou
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are nlllioted with Nervous Debility,
Lout Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guariiiitceiug speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. H No risk is incur
red, as ihiity days' Innl Is allowed.
A pure strengthening tonic, free from
whiskey nml alcohol, cure dyspepitla, and
similar disenwu. It h ih never been euunled.
brown's Iron Hitters.
Du. K link's (IukatNi..uvk I iy roil is it is
the innrvcl of the age for all nerve diseases.
All Ills slopped fiee, tl I'dl
direct, PhiUih Ipia, l'a,
Allen's Hi ain Food positively rures nerv
ousness, imrvoiiH debility, and nil weskness
of gencrstivo organs. l. t fr p,
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 31i1 First Avo., N. Y. Hold in
Cairo by Barclay Uroi
Chills and Fever.
Hi mm una Mver Hcku
Ininr .oun break the
(IiiIIh anil riirilen the
fi ver out ol thu vnlem.
J I curea when ell other
F t the relief und euro
of thin dlHlrnnaltut ilia
eiiKu ii km Mimnuiis Liv
Tlio Iten'il.iUir will idhIiIvvIv ciiru Ihla U.rlble
itiauaini. We hhhcU cnipliiitli ally what . e know to
should not he retarded as a trilling ailment. Ni
tare ilemionla the iitiunnt regularity of the bowel..
Therefor,. iusmVI tint uru by Inking Siiuiiiiiiih Liver
lee,iilnlnr. It la hannlcus, mild mid etl' ctiial.
One or two liibleapnoiirtiln ulll relieve nil the
IroubleK ini Iileul to h biliiiiia Hlate. hiicIi aa Nausea
DirlnciH, llriiwHlnexa, lUhtrcHH alter caluii, u hit
ter bud lie Ic In tlii nioiilli .
IN iHDiiK may avoid all atliicka by oi cHalonatly
I'ikiiii: a de.e ol Simmnna Liver id i:l.nor to keep
the liver ill tit nil hy Hctinn.
eenerally arUmi! fnni a disorilered atnmarh, rat
he coriccled by taking Slinmnna Liver Ke'iilator.
Simmon Liver licgiilat r Coon eradicate till di
eni fnnn the ateni, leaving the hklu clear and
lire limn nil llli'pliiitlc.
Children MitVi riti).; vvllh colic oon experlcnre rv
lii-tw hen Simmon Liver Itcuhilor i admmleter
eil. Adult iiIhii iiciive threat hi nelli from Ihlf
lm dli iiie. 1 1 i h m.t iiiiii tiHHtit ; it i harmlei
mid i tlei'live. I'mcly vei tubln.
UDADDDK tV KIDNKVM
ytuM of I he d i (. (it I he bl udder originate I nun
t liut-u ol Ihe kidney. Kei-toie the aclloii of Ihe
liver lnly mid bulii the kidney anil bhn'.di r tail1
he I eMoted.
ItTake only rhe nenniin', which alwnv hit en
the wrapper the red trade mark and Hiimtiire nl
.1. 1 l.ZDJDIN & CO..
FuriMile hy nil druc.v'iM.
p . J I I 1 S AT rot- v
4 - .'
s . -CV-i if
If you fiilT' r from dvpepia, !i!
ltURlHicK Itl.ool) IllTTKIts.
II you ore nfllii ted w ilh hllioiiMici-. Ii-e
M ltliu; K lil.oon lumens,
If yon are irotrated with i( k headat ke. take
r.t hiioc k ulouI) Liri Kits
Ifyoar bow.; aie disordered repulaie t ti Tn with
Hl'lU.Ot K lU.O(.iI) lilTTKHS.
If j-our hi. xid I Impure, pnnly It with
III KIiik R IlLOOD III TI KHS
If von Iihvi.i in Jii;,rtlon, yiei will Oml an antidote in
lit'KliiK K IlLooi) IUTTKHK.
If yon are trmiblcil with prins cunpla nl. eradl
kale ll.em with lit ItlUK K lll.OOD III ITEKS.
If your liver la torpid reMore It to healthy ai tion
with !t.-l(l)U( K HI.O(il) lUTTCLS,
If your liver la nllecl.rt yuu will dud a sbure restor
iin;i)(K-K lii.oo i iiirrEKs
If you have any pperle i f litunor nr pimple, fall
not to take Itl'UDi K'K Ill.f (.!) IUTTEKS.
If you have any slinitoiii of ulrwr or arrofulou
me, acuruiive remedy will be found In
III ' HIM K'K ULOUI) IUTTEKS.
Pur iinp 'Hiii 'tren.oh niel .JhIMv lo the system,
lioihiei: ran eiiial IU'IIImii lv I.I i n I'l IUTTEKS,
Fur Nervous aud tiem ral liebillty, tom up me
ysl-mwitli HI KlH K'K I!I.(M ) HI II E US
1'i.n k f I I'tut nun i.i ; Tni.o. iiotii n, Ioits,
KOSTEK, MILlil KNvV CO., Piop'rs,
JU FEAI.D, N. Y.
for sale hy I'AI'Ld Sl'IIUI, (1)
Tin: t.y itiii nv.
iNnl l ermeulcd.)
Till. OKI AT
Liver L Kidney Remedy
AND ULC0D I'URIFIER.
Thla iirw Renirdy is compounded
from the be:.t known cut.ittvca, auch
llopn, Malt Katrnit, l.ascura Sagrada
(Sui.icd Hurki, Hnihit, D.mdcllon and
5nraiip:'la, contbineii with an agiee-
hlc Aioinulib bllair.
Thene Remedfen ct upon the Liver.
They net upon the Kidneys.
They Kcftilm the Bowcln.
They Quiet the Nervouu tijeilcm.
They I'romote Dincstton.
Tiiey Noutiiih, bti i-iiethcn, Invigorate,
They t'.ive Tune, llcltl) and klneruy,
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL mid ONLY BIT
T y. K S contuintnK Mult Extract.
A .k your I'tu.inii fur ihrm, and he aura
tlint Ih l.ihrl h i' on il Ihe four word
H0P3 AND MALT BITTERS
i i .....
fA in MiKe ini irtten,
I I'vT'Take no oiher.jyi
3 At Wle.tnitle and Ivptail hy nllils.iteta.
I UOWIKHTF.It N Kinns K CO.,
I ifni fieafer, S. V.
o" FRANK TOOMEY,
llNT foil Til K AI,R Of
Coir IMsc KiikIiiu
anil 3Iariiio Knines
KNblNES A srKClU.TY.
FARM F, NO INKS, MACHINISTS'
OF Mh KINDS, KELT1NH,
l'ullt'VH and Oi'iicral KupplleH.
No. Lit, North Third Ktroot,
Iiitlepeinlent in all
DELIVERED BY CARRIER, 25 CENTS PER WEEK.
$13.00 PER YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IK PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. BY MAIL, $1.00 PER MONTH,
$10.00 PER YEAH, IN ADVANCE.
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COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDER
PRESSES, JOBPIiESSES, CARD TRESSES, NEW
TV PE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Letter Pa per, Note
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, Ac, Ac.
The ONLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
4J1 COLUMNS III.
Filled With Choice Heading
Matter and Local
2.00 P.KR YEAR.
Alvfays in Advance, or No Taper,
Neutral in Nolli-