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PUHE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given, ,
Ifalnm or any injurious Mitf-'tunrr can Im found
in AmlreW Venrl BaU i n Vowcler. Is ls
lively PURE. Hi'iiiKciiilin.MM, uul testimonial,
received from such clu'inNta us S. luina Hays, Hus
ton; M. Dclafontuiiip, (it ' Clilcnuo; iiiul (.iustavua
Bode., Milwaukee. Ncvef-ohl In lnlk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
CTTTCAGO. M1LWAVJ JCEE.
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r.vnw nurnnt 1h wan mitcd satin-
factory to tta wearer in rvry way,
ir Uio money will l retuudod I'V
the person from whom itv.rialioii;:lit.
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not Injiir1i.il. I- th" wwiivr, mill m'. r.' t by
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For sale by limlm llcti.ll Heelers nerynliin'.
t'HK'AiO coitsir o.. Uiieuyo, jii.
It a preparnttoo of VrotoxMa of Iron, PonivlM
Harii anil Hie Phosphates, associated will) Uia
Vegetable, Aromatlea. Endorsed by the Medical
Profession, and rceomaiciidod dy llirm fur !
pcpaltt, (.envral lleMllty. iVuinle 1U
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very purpose where a Ionic In necessary.
jttaiiiifictiirel by Tie Pr. rn Mculilaa to., BL loin.
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nials wt are receiving; dally .-
Hmtlrmm: Some three month apo I bepan th
DM of I'll. HmiTKK'iJ Ikon Tumi;, upon the ad
Tlre of many frlcmls wlio knew lu vlrtuca. I wa(
ufTerliifr from pein-ral 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 y l audi an extent
tiiat my labor waaexnieitlntily ImrikiMoiiie tome.
A vaoatlunof a montli tllil not irlve uiu inucli ro
llef, but on the contrary, u followed by l
crvasrd pnwtratlon aii'l uliiUliijr i-lnlls. At till
time 1 bti;iii Hie use of your IKON ToNK', from
wblch 1 rcallzt'd alinoM liiniicilliite aii'l wolnlerllil
results. Tlieoldvuci'tcy returned ami I found Uiat
my iiatunil force win not lifriimni'iilly abated, I
hare used tlin-e bottles of thu Tonic. (Since UHlnft
It I bare done twice the labor that I ever did In tlia
sine lime during my IIIiicm, and wlib double tlia
ease. Willi Uie tranquil nerve nml vliiorol body,
liaacorae also a clearness of thmiL'bt never before
ujoyeil. K the 'I onic liaa not dmiu Uiu work, 1
know not ivliut. 1 Klve It tbe credit.
Mont grntcfullv yours,
J. V. WA I80V,
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 1B78. Paalur clulitlau Church.
Sile by Druggists and General Dealers Everywher
Tba'. terrilile scourHk'i' lovur nml iiRiie. anil Its
rontfuniT, bllluiis riMiiltlorit , be-liles nlVectliins of
tbe sujuiac.n, Itverand b.'we.ls. pro luced by tnlaf
tnatlc alrwnd wtr, aru botti eraillcnied aii'l pre
vented hy tin; nan of IIubMIi'i'i Stoiu llillers,
a purely veiretable llxir, lii'lu mil bv pliyslclnua,
and mom exiencjveiy iihdiI hs a reinedy lor tlm
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aMsf Umrm mmrtMnn lo tMr im1iuiUk. II I nui iium.
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AMiwm DR. WARP A CO.. Uuiiltna. Me.
ON THE BRIDAL TOUR,
A tew tlavs before tho solemn eyent,
Burnoy nna the M'oniun who was to bo
his briilo, in mapping out plans for their
wctlilinjj tour, ilctermincd to keep from
tho woilil tliofaet Unit they were but
newly intiTicd. It was tho brido that
oUr;rpKk'd tho idea.
"Lovey," lio said sho called him
Lovey Imemisn In; was a big, overgrown.
broinl-Hliotihlered follow who weighed
about ono hundred pounds more than
herself "Lovey, why u't wo ut:t liko
old married peoplo while on our wed
ding tour. I declare it will mako nio
feel uncomfortable to know that every
one is watching inn.- They do watcu
brides, don't theyP"
"Ves, I believo they do," said Ihir
ncy. "Well, I don't think persons havo a
riht to bo watching every motion a
brido makes, and I'm suro I don't want
then, watching nie. And then it would
bo so much fun to deceive them. I de
clare it will bo just splendid for us to act
like old married peoplo while wo ure on
our wedding tour. Now we can, can't
"Why, yes, I suppose wo can. Be
fore others we can bo grum and nurly
towards each other."
"O, no; don't let's net that way. If
you should speak cross to mo I'd cry I
know I would."
"But you must remember that I'm
not in earnest. The more surly we act
towards each other, the more wo will
deceive people, and the greater fun we
will have laughing about it when we are
"Very well," said tho bride. "Now
let's think how we will act. Will lliavo
to scold you occasionally?"
"No; why do you ask that?"
Because t hat's the way pa and ma act
when they are travelling. 1 declare it's
sometimes a half day before they ex
change a pleasant word. 1 asked in a
what makes them act that way, and
shu said she didn't know, but she sup
posed it was a habit both had grown in
to." The following evening the soon-to-be
married couplo spent two hours rehears
.'nga few of the many incivilities so com
mon among married people.
"Now," said Blimey, "will you pre
tend that sofa is a car seat? You go seat
yourself, and when I eomn nil? sit
alongside you, you mint exclaim in a
loud voice, 'Bo caivful; you are as
clumsy as a bear. Can't you sit down
without tearing my dre-s?1 "
It took twenty iiiiuuips to get that
iiorlion of (he programme perfect.
v'either of them appeared lo be very
apt scholars, fur as soon as they were
side by side (hoy began hugging each
other. As soon as one hug was ended
another was commenced, and this they
kept up for over lil'iccn minutes. Final
ly, Burncy remembered it was married
life ami not courtship that they ought
to bo rehearsing, and decided to go back
to tho question before the house.
After tho brido had learned how to
call her husband a bear in a surly tone,
Burncy proceeded to rehearse another
portion of the. programme he had mark
"After you are seated," ho said, "if
tho window is down, ask me to put it
up. You had better ask in a whining
tone, and then I'll reply grtiflly, '(),
don't bother inc! You are' bbfoimuuli
wait on j-imivui ' If I'm reading, ask
mo numerous questions. Every time
you do so I'll either not reply at all, or
else speak very snappishly. But don't
mind what I say; keep on bothering
me, and I'll linally get up in an angry
mood and walk away and get another
seat. If we can carry on that part suc
cessfully, people will imagine wo have
been married long enough to celebrate
our tin wedding."
"Yes," said the bride, "that will do
very well in tho cars, but at tho hotels
wo can't pursue the same little schemes.
The hotels are what I dread the most.
Wo must have some scheme for keeping
tho people there from knowing that wo
are a newly-married couple."
"O," said Burncy, "that will he easy
enough. Whenever we go out I'll slip
out ono door and you slip out the other.
Wo can arrango a meeting-place far
enough away to keep tho people, at tho
hotel from getting down to our scheme.
And then nt tho table instead of notic
ing me you'll be looking at every other
woman in the room. Kemember, dear,
it is at tho table whero most couples on
their wedding tours attract tho most at
tention. We mustn't consult each other
ttbout tho bill of fare, and we .mustn't
order the same dishes. I'll leave yoil to
shift entirely for yourself, and you must
appear not to concern yourself about
me. And, by tho way, you mustn't
wear any bridal finery.'
"(), dear, can't I wear that lovoly
white bonnet I'm going to bo married
"No, that will at once proclaim you
to bo a bride."
"But I do want to wear mv bonnet.
If I can't wear it on my wedding tour,
I don't want tho tour.
After considerable talk, it was decid
ed that tho brido conld wear her lovely
white bonnet, but tho bridal veil was to
be left at home.
Burncy was married early in tho
morning, and tho happy couple were- at
once whirled to the liroad Street sta
tion to take a (rain for New York. Their
tickets were already purchased, and they
passed direct to the cars,
"Now remember," said Burncy, as
ho seated his wife, "remember that wo
are to act as old married 'people. Don't
forget to growl when I sit down."
Burncy sat down roughly, but tllcro
was no growl,
"Why don't you growl P" ho said.
"Why, denr,"l forgot what to say."
"Hush, nut so loud. Don't, whatever
vou do, don't call me dear again.
That isn't tho language old married
peoplo u.o when they address each
It was several minutes before the train
would start, and Burncy wanted to
Haunter out into tho depot and cdtne
rushing back just as the train was mov
ing oil'. But the ncwly-mado bride
wouldn't hear to any such arrangement.
She nn afraid that ho actually would
It wasn't until after tho train started
that Burncy and his brido showed any
of the actions of old married people.
When they did commence, however, in
their kuuI to curry out tho scheme uo
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORN! Nil, SEPTEMBER 0, 1882.
cnssfully they overdid the matter. Threo
times In wife asked Burney to put up
the window, and threo times be gave
linr it very surly reply. Tho bfst time
ho was so savage that tho bride, forget
ting for on instant that his roughness
was only assumed, allowed the tears to
spring to her eyes. At this Instant a
gentleman sitting in tho opposite seat
arose, stepped over, nut up tlie window,
and then looking Burncy fair in the
eyes, he said:
"Sir, you are a brute. No man with
the least spark of honor would act to
wards a woman as you have done to the
lady silting by your sido."
'"'Sir," said Burncy, springing to his
feet, "who are you addressing?"
"I'm addressing you," said the man,
firmly. "You are a big mar., sir, but
you are a coward, and it I hear you talk
to your wife again as you havo talked,
I'll break your jaw."
"Yes, and we'll help him!" Hhouted
four men, springing to their foot.
Alarmed at the sensation they had
succeeded ill creating, tho newly-married
couplo kept remarkably quiet until
lliey reached New York. At tho hold
Burncy again overshot tho mark. Jli
conduct towards his wife was so surly
that ho attracted the attention of threw
divorce lawyers. Scenting a probable
job, these birds of prey presented their
cards to the bride, anil tried to per
suade her thatshe)ought to get adivoreo
at once. The handsome room-dork also
svmpathi.cd deeply with the wife.
binding her alone, ho urged her to get
rid of "that brute of a husband" by
eloping with him.,
Tho last experience satisfied tho pair
with trying to imitate old married peo
ple. As quickly as possible they pot
away from that hotel, and during tho
balance of the trip they allowed the
warm ardor of young lovers to assert it
self, regardless of what tho world
might Hiy.l'liilukli)liiu Suudiiy .1Vr-
Many of our American girls will bo
surprised to learn that the Princess
Louise frequently makes her pastry
and makes it well, too. On ono occa
sion, some apricot tarts of her making
being praised by a guest, the royal lady
wrote out the recipe, with tho words
underlined: "If you desire to have an
apricot tart well cooked, always make
i with an upper crust." The story has
point, and tho point is that one can
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A gentleman talking tho other day to
a bright little 5-year-old boy, who lives
up btrect somewhere, asked him: "Do
you ever fight nt, home?" "(), yes,"
said the bov. "Well, who do vou light
with?" "()", my sister." "Well, who
whips?" "U, mamma whips!"
Kalamazoo, Midi , Feb. 2, 1882.
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Chilli and Fever.
Simmon I.Ivor lteiiii
liilor toon breaks Oiu
chill und. carrlua tlia
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It curui when all other
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of this illstrussiiiK din
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ler Imd laslu In the mouth.
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the liver In licaHby action.
generally arising from a disordered stomach, car
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t in sale by all druttvistM.
j Tin: may ili:mi:iy.
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Indian Blood Syrup.
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Hie sliin h nud siinar of the food Into elucose. A
ilelli letii y in plynitnu causes wind and sourini' ol
lie loud In the stomach. If tlio nieilicl ie j Uan
Hum illiilvly after eatliitf, the fermentation ol Imd
ll ai U upon the Liver,;
It itclstipiiii tint Khlni'js,
II ItcKiihttcN the HowcN,
It I'tirllles I he Llood.
ll (alets I lie Nervous System,
H I'minnte lUci'stion,
It oiti Ishcs, Kirciic.ticnHitiiil Invigorates,
II failles oil the (Hit 111 I nml ir.ikes New,
It Opens the l'ren ol the Skill anil Imbues
It neutral lr,es tho hereditary Html, or poison in
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Then) aru no spirits employed in its lnaiiufneture
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the ai-ed and feeble, euro only IhiIiik required In at
tulilli ll to directions.
(lalvii, Henry County, Ills,
I wassiiirerllii; from Kirk lleadnrhe and Dir.r.l
Iiom so that 1 foiihl mil attend to in v household du
ties, mid a short trial of Jir. Clark Johnson's Indi
an lllood Syrup efl'uctuallv cured inc.
MKS IMCLLN EI. KINS.
Waterman Htallon, DeKalli Co., IDs .
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Centre mil, White Co., Ark.
This l In cerliry that 1 was alllicled with I'alpl.
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cut doctors, whoso prescriptions tended morn to
wenueii me man tnev tun to strengthen, j a. last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian lllood
Hyiup, which proved to bo positive cure not on
ly curing Iho Heart Disease, but also a Hick Head
ach which bad heeu Iroithllm,' me,
MRS MAKV A. NKAL.
I tvns altllcteil with Liter Complaint and Dyspen
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This certifies Hint Dr, Clark Johtison'a Indian
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Too much cannot be said lit praise of It.
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