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DANS flUUit 1 1
RYIN6 TO HOLD DOWN VV
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
S1000. Given , ,
If alum or Buy iiU urfi n suimhiiii? euti ho found
In Andrews' lcnrlllakuiK 1'owrtcr. 1 rs
lively PURE. HriiiB ti"l"rM i, 8 ml testimonial
ncoivmi Trm hiioIi I'.beinj.-ls. s.S. Ddim liuys, Hi
ton; M. IK-Infontainc, nf Chieiign; and Gustavus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In hulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
hMh.-higa.it Ay. 57. K. Water
Every Cornet in warranted autis-
factorr to ltn wearer in rvmy v, ny,
or thn money will Im refunded hv
the peiaoli Ir. nil win mi it wub bought
ThoonlvOiwt pronounced lv our lendii yf
not Injurious I" Hip wwovr. and. nii..rl hy ""'''. ?.I
n""1l ritu K,br Mhii, iv.iue rwi
Health l'r. rvt. if.5. N. ir. Vd!iitle. I -(
Abdumlnnl irVtre heavyl 8.l. Nundim. l.60
Health I'mrrrlm (Hnr eiilll . I'umauu
Korle ly Ivailtim Hi'tell liealee fr(nliiTf.
CIUCMiO COKSLT ( P.. hlcr.tfo. 111.
a a preparation of 1'rotoxlde of Iron, reruvlan
tar ami Hie Phosphate-, associated villi the
Vegetable Arotnatlca. Endorsed liy tint Medical
Profelon, ami recommended hy tlicm for ly
topslas. (irnrral lehllllT, I f malf
raaes, Want of V ItnlHr, Nerwua I'rna
. uu-.a.. fim IfTf r
nd4'hrinlt t'bllla tttifl Kfver. It serve
every purpose where a i uMC Is ueccssary.
Kannficturod by The Dr. Darter Medicine (V, SI. Ionia.
Th following la one of the very many tcstlmo
Dial we are receiving dally;
ffnttmrn:-Ron three month ago I began the
oae of 1)H. IUktkh'h Ihiin Ionic, upon the ad
Tire of Diany friends who knew tin virtues. I we
suffering from neneral debility l such an extent
that my labor waa exceedingly burdensome tome.
A vacation of a month rthl not Rive m much re
lief, but on 1h contrary, whs followed hy In
creased proHratlon and hikliiz chill. At thia
time I begun the use of your lno.N Tunic, from
which 1 realized almost Immediate and wonderful
results. The old energy re Hi rued and I found that
m natural force wa not permanently abated. I
have used three boltlesof (heTONif. blnceualng
It 1 hare doneiwlce Hie labor lhat 1 ever did In the
earn time durlna my lilnpw, and wllh double the
eaiie. With Ihe tranquil nerve and vigor of body,
tiaaooirie alo a clianien of thouiiht never before
enjoyed. If the Tunic hit not done the work,!
know uot what. I give It the credit.
Moat gratefully your.
J, P. WATHlt.V,
Troy, 0., Jan. J, 1678. Paator t hrlttlaa Church.
Sale by Drugglitt and General Dealers Every wher
fj 0 limiliJ J
That ternhle Ktourak'e fever and Hiie. and It
eouseuer, billon ruiltleni, helde airerllno of
the loina( n, Mvur and hewel. pro lured hy nil
niatlc alrand watur. are both eradlrnled and pre,,
vented hy the uo of II(PHUtti'r' Htoin.irh Itlllet,
purely vegetable e llxlr, ludorHi'il hv pliylrlnu,
and more exteiiHlvclv nnl a reinedy lor thu
above clax of dlorder, a well a lor many other
tliau any tniollrlneiif tli" attc.
Korale hv all llrnnu'i!" and denier uenerally.
jntt IeB(t. I(rv k rilH' l rtlUeMI Ol III' lillKlll, HkU n4
Ha. Nvrvuua lftilltt, ImiitiiriiPit Or(nli
M'ttvliiiftMe lwiorrb(rt Vyplilllilt. nl Mrn wrlHl
Attvtlunt kiivrlMlly irrattn wtfuitn irin'ii',
villi I n(1 ttr triiw1tpa. ( ill or rll tot .li ol guv.
tli Ut tm ur4 hr On duflrh.it irt-(iu'iil lv timl.
(rtnoMtiiitrrifitf tmm Mulurh.MiM ornil Ihplr JiiiitrM,
Wtei rm wtrlitni In iMr 4w1tMtUi, It I. nut t lrm,
tdArtm, lK. HI T'lH, l h. Mlh Kl Hi. UnU, Hu.
KSTAHLImIIK.O OVKH 1MIK I V YEAH
lllniilgk IIBaiagaal A a a.'V ,wm
nANKItt KtMtUT tU.Mi;;.M?a
I 1. . A l A.t'iiri'""'! Nroui tin) Hhtalol K.lill.
I ;,vM,i . Zf I'r.mttun Kahaaiik awl
"m M 'lilr nimy iwmy r.ii,iUDrvil
B" Bl ... Aul.,1,1 a,, A ...... A
Tha Hanwl; la pul U. is Imih. .. I nulli,f umiiilii. ,
P.llMioilli u Kwlai'iiri, uul.uli, inrwrim,) f,', i u.
tlaliii ilir.. nnnihn, l. Ham hi i,..tl In ,aln rai'iil.
, IHtwlli,mfr ll annaaf .V Mm. I'ti,,ilt rl
Mu UUa aiataaa ati'l HMMla al aura a.ut aaalad on aipllaUaa.
fit ill WW wkim v
" A favorite- pnrrlplon of on of tha
BMI noted and ainvawafiil aiwclallata In the IV K.
(bow retired for Iheeureof Artou irhlUtv,
Mjt Jaof , irelrM and itrray, H..nt
Cpialuaii.uenvlolre. iruiia'"tt:au nil It.
Mint OR. WARD & CO., Leuliiini, Mo,
Economy in "Art "
Romfl people are nothing if not criti
cal. As a spummen of art-criticinnt
Mother Gtxwo of Mrs. Partington could"
not boat thia.
A member of tho Legislature who
voted ito;:iinst tho jmrshaso of Huddle's
iiietures of tho ex-governors of Texas
by the Stuto gave tho following uuiquo
"Two hundred aud fifty dollars apioco
is too much for them oil-paintings. Oil
aint so dear as all that, for I bought
worne tho other day at two bits a quart.
Besides, chromos are a heap cheaper.
1 bought a chromo of Wellington cross
ing the Alps, and there was a boss In
the picture, and it only cost a dollar
and a half. Nono of tho pictures of
these governors of Texas has gut a ko.sf
in it." Texas Sitings.
Sketoh of Tewfik Khedive.
Tht present Khedive of Egypt was
born in 18')2. His features are regular,
and some might call him hanilsome.
Though of dignitled bearing, ho is very
shy, especially with strangers. His
timidity is frequently taken for want of
intelligence. Ho is very simple in all
his tastes, hates all parade, loves his
home and is an excellent husband and
father. Unfortunately, as recent events
show, he lacks energy, decision and de
termination consequeneo of his early
training in tho hnrem, but sometimes
his eye flashes in a way which leads one
to think that if be were differently sur
rounded and once pained conlideiice in
his own judgment lie is not unlikely to
reveal some day a will of his own. Al
though, like most heirs presumptive in
the East, he was denied all share in tho
affairs of stato, he was carefully edu
cated, Hnd his serious turn of mind
found a useful field of activity in the
education of the youth. Seven years
before his accession he founded at his
own expense a school for orphans, and
for sons of officers in his palsico at (!ou
teh. Up to the present moment 125
youngsters, from tho Hgo of 10 to 20,
receive there a capital education under
conscientious and painstaking masters.
Yet, though the school is only intended
for the children of the rich, education is
gratuitous, tho Khedive .providing for
everything, including tho uniforms and
a somewhat too luxurious table. But
within tho school perfect equality pro
vails.' Tho sons of the Khedive are
treated exactly like other boys, aud
within its precincts they nre not allowed
to be styled "Prince." Just before the
rebellion broke out in Egypt, the Khe
dive contemplated opening a girl's
school fin the upper classes and placing
there his own daughter. "The great
thing," said tho Khedive to a French
visitor "is to educate women. They
will then not only become true com
panions to thoir httsbauds, but they will
take an inten d in the primary educa
tion of the children. Family lite is the
greatest blessing, and it is impossible,
unless both men and women aro edu
cated. It is the aim of my life to achieve
that result, and in time I trust we may
bo able to do away with slaves in the
harem. 1 bate the very idea of slavery,
and ant doing all I can V) put it down;
moreover, a harem is (miy wanted for
many wives; with ono wife there won't
be auy necessity for seclusion. It is
wrong to imagine that our religion
requires us to have more than ono
wife, or to make the wife our o!hv-h
instead of our equal. I have given
much thought to the ouestion of educa
tion of family life, and the relations of
parouts and children. The future of
Egypt is there. If we can raise the
standard of education and social life,
Egypt will, in time, become ono of the
most thriving members of tho continen
tal family. 1 know the wretched con
sequences of polygamy or harem lifo! 1
have only one wife, and I have dono
woll, for I um happy. With one wife
you cau concentrate all your affections
on her and on her children, and that is
only true happiness," A ruler animated
with such sentiments cannot fail to do
good. Tewfik Pasha possesses a thor
ough knowledge of continental tiffairs,
quite surprising when one considers that
he has never been out of Egypt.
In addition he displays a great amount
if tact and savoir fain. Thus, for in
stance, last winter, wjien M. de Lcsseps
tried to hurry him at Alexandria into
signing the fresh water concessions be
hind the back of his Ministers, the Khe
dive refused mint blank, declaring that
he should do nothing without his Cabi
net, and when M. tie Lcsseps threat
ened to remain in Alexandria until the
Viceroy should have signed, his High
ness replied, laughingly ; "In that caso
Egypt will have the pleasure of possess
ing you for good; nay, 1 should never
forgive myself, if, by signing, I deprived
us of your presence." One may im
agine M. do Lcsseps' face at this piece
of persiflage. lirnukUin F.ajle,
If you want a man to think well ol
you never converse with him via tele
phone. You can't talk with a man livu
minutes in that wav without his coming
to the conclusion that you're deaf as an
adder, uud u condemned fool to boot.
MoNllAY EviiMMl Sept. 4, 1882.
The weather is cloudy and warm. To-day
closed dark and gloomy with good pros-
pud for ruin of which this section of
country has already had an excess.
The market is tint; no demand for any
thing in the way of grain or hay: Flour
alone holds its own and by its activity pre
vents h HtAgimtiitii of the entire market.
The rivers continues to recede but as yet
there is no cnmiilaints from HteaiuboHtmeii
of low water.
FLOl'lt-This staple is the only thing in
the market thnt shows miy degree of activ
hy. The demand is in excess of receipts in
choice grades aud thu supply is becoming
very much reduced.
HAY Very dull. H 'ceipts ore in ex
cess and htoi'Hge room is all taken. Ship
pers muni Hold tiacK tor tiettcr timet or
arrilicu their stock for whatever it will
CORN None selling. We quote nom
inally samu price as lunt week but thuru is
tio movuncut at all.
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1882.
OATS Quiet and dull with Rood aup'
ply offering and price weak nd lower.
MEAL-Dull and lower.
BKAN fltetdy and unchanged.
BUTTER Choice is in steady demand
EGQ9 Scarce and in good demand.
CHICKENS The market has been a
little better supplied and the demand con
FRUIT-Very little doing.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. The price! Here jftvou arc for aalui from
Drat hand In round lota. An advance In
charged for broken lotain tllllngorder.
40(1 Varlon uradei,
... 4 Ma5 f
...4 8'4it M
5 los is
.Kill bhl choice .
W) bhla choice.
SCO bhla fancy..
2 carcholce ...
'i cara choice.,
Mixed In hulk .
White lu bulk.,
3 care choice lu bulk on track .
1 car "
No. 2 Hed, pur bit ...
No. i Medlteranuan.
SOO bbla City la lots 8 55
3'Ki pounds atrlctly choice Northern
100 pound, choice northern 1h,20
50n pound choice northern packed J0
900 dozen ..
live choice 9 00&11 00
a coops mixed 3 ou
Scoop choice hona . 3 00
4 coop choice young. bffjfrt
Peaches .. lHtl
Orape m. ...... fjr&6
Choice new ..1 75,4 00
I'er uuabel Vtifi)
New potatoce per hbl i OKiM 25
' " " hush w
.7 50 00
Un to' lied
I'lu'ii haina .
H, O. llama .
( lear ide. ,
HI. John ' 0
Ohio Klver . 1 00
2'i bnalinl hiirlape.
H hiiahul '
5 buahel "
TROPICA L KIIUIT.
Oranges, choice per hot.
Lemons choice pur box 6 CtlS 5i
Pear ho, halve and auarutr.,
L'holre iiivy ....
Choice mi'itliiui ,
Dry Kllnt choice
Dry Halt,,,, .,.,.,,, n, .............m,.
Oreun Halt ,
Hhemt Pull, dry
Hhvep Pelli, green...
. ,,..., ........ ......M.t,
TOO A CL'O.
ti 75'iM (Kl
X f.odi 4 00
.... 4 7fi 5 iki
5 5o.it 1 ro
A Wit 8 or
UATICH OH KHKItlUT.
V B rvau
Hay Klimr Pork
Vrwt. 1,1,1, hhl
17' HO 45
M'4 :i5 MIX
iJS ,'. 5JW
.TS If, t V
v (Ir'imiia...... in
ifrimia, Ark aetttut 17!.
I saw so much said alxmt tliu merits of
Hop Hitters, and my wire who was always
doctoring, and ncvor woll, teased me so ur
gently bmd her some, I concluded to be
humbugggod sgaln; and I am glad I did,
for in less than two mouths1 use of tho bit
tors, my wife was cured, and she has re
mained so tor eighteen months since. I
like such hunibugging.-ll.T.,8t. Paul.
Chills and Fever.
Simmons Llvor Itogu
lator toon breaka the
chilli and. carrlua tha
lover out ol the system.
1) cures when all other
Y it the relief und cure
of this distressing dis
ease use Himuioue LIV'
The Keculator will poKlllvely cure this U.rlble
disease. We assert emphatically what we know to
should not ho remarried a a trifling ailment. Na
ture, deniuuilu the utmiiet regularity of the bowels.
Therefore alst nature by Inking Simmons Llvor
Kegulntor, It la harmloss, mild und ellrctual.
One or two tnblesDooiifula will relieve all tbo
trouble iucldont to a bilious stale, such as Nausea
Dizziness, Drowelnees, Distress alter uatluit. a bit
ter bud taste In the mouth.
Persona may avoid all attnrks hv occasionally
laklug a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator to keep
mo liver in bean uy action.
generally arising from a disordered stomach, can
he corrected by taking Hlmmotis Liver Kegulalor.
Simmons Liver Kegulat r soon eradicates thia dis
ease from the system, leaving the skin clear and
free iroin all impurities.
Children suffering with colic soon experience re
lief when hlmmnns Liver Regulator Is administer
ed. Adults also derive great beneflt from this
medicine. It la uot unpleasant; It is harmless
and ell'ectlve. Purely vegeiabla.
J J LA IJ1J K 1 1 & Kl DNEYS
Most of the diseases ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore the action of the
llvor full v aud both thu kidneys and bladder will
HfTake oniv the genuine, which always ha ou
the wrapper the red Z trade mark aud slgnuture ol
Ferrule hy all drugyleta.
Tin: m:w rkmedy.
HOPS 4 MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy is compounded
from the best lnown curatives, such ae
Hopa, Malt Lxtract, Cascara Sagrada
Oacred Barkl, Buchu. Dandelion and
Barsaparilla, combined with an agree
able Aromatic tlixir.
These Remediea act upon the Liver.
?hey act upon the Kidoeys.
hey Regulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
Tbey give Tone, Health and Energy,
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Druggist for them, and be aura
that the Ubel has on it the (our word
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
io Urge red letters.
f7"Take no other.J
At Wholesale and Retail by al 1 dealeri .
UOVUESTER NEDICIXE CO.,
ffwifrr, X. r.
I JR. CLARK
Indian Blood Syrup.
CW'J on St
Ivspc)fiii, Liver III
eases. Keversnil Ague
Heart DInchnp, Hilimis'
lief, Nervous Debility
TIIK HF.ST RKMKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Iwelvu TlioiLSiind Bottles
Sold Since 180!
I nis Svrup posi)se varied properties: ft slim-
i-" mo piyanne in the saliva, which converts
Hie aisrrh and suesr of the food imn i,lnr,. i
in plyaimu cause wind and souring ol
the food in the stomach
liiiniedliitoly after eating, the fermenlatlon'ol loid
If the medicine . u an
It Hets upon tlto Mvcr.l
It, acta upon Um Kidneys,
It IfegiilateH the Howela,
it I'urllles the Hlooil.
It Otili'ts tho Nervous System;
It rnuiioteK Digestion,
It NniirlnlieH, Htrcntliena anil Invigorates,
ft Carries olV the Old Hlooil and makes New.
It Opens the IWs of the Skin and I ml ores
It netilrnllea the hereditary taint, or poison in
the h ood, which generate Scrofula, ErYlpola.
and all manner of Skin Diseases ami Internal hu
mors, Theru are no spirlls employed In Its manufacture
and It (fin be taken hy the most delicate babe, or hy
tho aged and feeble,, cure only being required In at
tuiilli n to directions.
Oalvn, llonry Conaty, Ills.
I was suffering from Hick Headache and Dozi
ness so lhat I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Johnaou'a Indl
ail Illiiod Hymp efl'ecliiullv cured me,
,MHS. UKLKN KLKIN8.
Walerinau Slatlon, DeKalb Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson' Indian
Dlood Syrup has cured inu of l'uln In the Hack. It
la a valuable medicine. MRU WOOD.
Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
This li to cerllTy Unit I wae aflllcled with Palpi
tation of Ihe Heart lor many year I tried (lifter
etit doctor, whose prescript Ions tended more to
weaken me than they did to strengthen. 1 at last
res Iveil to Iry Dr. Clark .1 oh n aim's Indian Dlood
Hyiup, which proved to be a positive cure tint on
ly curing the Heart Disease, hut also a Hick Head
er b which hud been troubling me,
I was alfllrteil wllh Llvor Complaint and Dyepep
la and failed to get relief, althongh using medi
cines from our best doctors. 1 commenced nslng
Dr. Johnson's Indian Klood Svrnp, and a short trial
cured mo. T. W. RlSHSU. Molluo, III.
This rarllllei that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Blond Hyrup has eilorltially cured mn of Dyspepsia.
Too milch cannot he said In praise of It,
W. K. WIMMKK, Bedford, Mo.
Avonti wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
8 y rti li in every town or village, In which I have no
agent, Particulars given ou application
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