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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any Usurious substances eu be round
In Andrew' Pearl Baking Powder. Is r"
tively PURE, living endorsed, ami loliiuoniali
nwolvetlTntm such chemist as S. liittia Hays, lioa.
ton: M. Deliifoiitaiiir-, uf Cliirngn; ami GusUivui
Bode, Milwaukee. Sever sold in bull.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO,
4f MMiiRun Ay. EC. -jm K 21." E. utvl
Evnrv Ciirs-t la warranted sutiH-
factory to ita wearer In evry wnv,
nr tho money will bo n tuuded lv
the poraim (rom whom it was 1 mm; lit.
His onlv Corset pronounced bv our lea:linr h ii l.ttn
not Inlurtim to tlii-wrwrvr, midi-wlon-iil I'J ladies s
the -uuntcomtoi.alilu mid rivet tilth t.eimit Her
n"Ul'1 FRIF.,by Mull. 1'iwluitc l'uIJi
Ilculth Prcacrvlnu. )l.5. Mf.AdlM-lln. t.o0
Abdominal (rilru heavy) IMH. N-ir-li i:. !.&)
Health l'rMrvlii lluti eeeilh .. l'un...n
For aule by IpuiIIiib Kitull II-hUts wry where.
CHICAGO COi;i:T t O., Ihlcutfo, 111,
It a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, renivlan
Hark ami the Phosphates, associated with the
Ve'1atle Arnmatlcs. Endorsed tiy the Medical
Profiton, ami recommended tiy them for lye
lr 1I, Unirrnl lllllt j. mnl !
rr, ivnl f V llulllj, nervous, VWJ
and t'lironl Mil, and Fever. It serve!
every purpose where a Tu.mu Id necessary.
Manufacture i bv Tlie Dr. Darter Medicine fo, SI. lonii
The following In one of I lie very many testimo
nial! we arc receiving dally.
Gmttrmm- Home throe month) ago I began the
DM of 1IK. H A KTKK'fl Iiion 'I'OMC, npnii Uie ad
vice of niiy fi lends n ho know lia li lmn. I wa
utrirlng from gi-ncnil di hlllty to aui'li an extent
that my lalior w!tsex'c'llii)!ly bunli'iisoine tome.
A vacation uf a month did not fe mo much re
lief, but on the contrary, was followed hy In
created prostration an I Bliiklnar cliilla. Althla
time I bian tho i of your Ikon Tunic, from
which 1 rt altti d aliuoM Innni'dbte and wonderful
retulta. Tlieoldeneryy returnrd and 1 found that
my natural force waa not ticrmaiieiitly ahated. I
have ued three hottlpanf theToSK:. Min-e uln
111 have done twice the l.ihor that I c-vir did In tha
aarua tunc diirtnif my lliru m. and with doutde Uia
4. With the traii'iml Urrve and viyorof body,
baa come o a cU nic of thought nrvtr bfora
en5jeJ. If tti Tomc baa not nne Ue wora.1
lcw but waa;. I ixtt th credit.
J. H. W'AwiV.
Troy, 0. . Jan. 1 IT. faaurf C Lru '-ua Church.
fcy O-rrtti vl 6mfl wa'tn inrjtit
That Ic rnhl', acoiiiau'o fevr and iiu'ie. and IH
COtiKner, IiIIIoiim tcinlltciit, hitid" HllVctluna ol
Ilia utotiacti, llvcraml h.'Wiiln, iro ltli cd hy iuiik
in at I c, alrnnO 'vter, are liolli eriidlr.nti'd an I ire
veul"d hy tin- u of Hoti tti'f'ii Hluiiiucb lllllcra,
pnridy vi'V'dahlr elixir, tiiilo'oi il hv iihynli iiinK,
and more vniinilvi'iy uod i,o a remedy for 1 tin
ahuvu cla-n ofdlaordcrK, a well ao for many ollicrrt
tlmn any incillclnc of the mr.
Korfale by all Uruvlata and dealer ifetierally.
LOST l.l.MlriOOD rWSTCSLU
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to lil f"i-c.i.fi -wir, alur..M J. II. 1' t ! i
4it ( tlUUKIItl M . 1. V.
A favorite nnrrli.iim, of ,,, r ).-
tnoat noted imd aueeiwuful -ii-'cinltat in thw I', h.
(now reiiri-di lor thiTiireof Srrruum Itehilitu,
mf-Hvnit, lOHfcne ami Itfctiu, fviit
i ilalUMtte..'iivvluierrii. Jriiiliilia,ii tllllu
AddrM DR. WARD A CO., Lauliiina, M...
Vaiia aMuir !
fni lrl.iKW la ourlm ! o,. Iio.mI, akin mni
r raanMM, Uanoerbwa. Mynbllliti. .i,. M,.n!
VniiUMia aiMMdikilr treated uu .'iiiiin, t,ni,
vna aiid ur rtniiMtlM. Call w rll h,r t.l.l uf cjue,.
Mmil W l antwtriHl tir IIium diMlilua if,iiiHiii l iJiat.
(rwMMUlrrtui frw Muplttr .k..yl tni Ihrlr ular-MA
awl lMrMallilf K Uvlraaiwix. It I. am nru j
AaMraM, lK. Ml Via. l Nik ai., at. u.u,
MVAHUMIKU VKH TUllirr tit Alia.
v W fife f If &
Why tloti't you marry?" was asked
of a young ninn who hnd boon ming
ling with tho host sooioty for years,
liinl ample means to support a wife,
anil eouhl, had ho cIioho liavo had tho
nick from a Bcoro of liandsumo young
I haven't found a girl that suiU me
jot," was his response.
"There's Miss A "
"Yes, I know; sho's all right enough
now, but what'll slie bo twenty years
hence, with that noso and ehin tho
drawn images of her mother? Why,
she'll be just liko the old lady, hideous
ly ugly. I want a wife thatVill wear.
lMl looking out for the future, I am."
How about Julia B. ? Mio ought to
fill tho bill; features, handsome and re
gular; form, graceful; pleasant conver
sationalist; plenty of money."
"Very true, but do you know her
grandmother? No? Well, Julia is the
exact likeness in every particular of her
grandmother at twcniy. Just before the
old lady died she weighed three hundred
and forty pounds didn't have a hair on
her head nor a tooth in her mouth.
Think 1 want to be leading around a
baKMieadcil, toothless old w hale and in
troducing her to my friends as my wife?
"The Smith girl is "
"The Smith girl! Never see our cook?
We've had her for sixtceu years. When
she lirt worked for us you couldn't
have told her eye from the Smith
girl's. Now she's blind in one and cross
ed -evpd in tho other. I'd feel nico now,
wouldn't I, to have a wife in a fix like
"There's Alice Brown A perfect Ju-.
no! Hy Jove! she has a carriage like
that blooded bay of yours."
"Yes, and that blooded bay of mine
died yesterday of distemper. Suppose I
want a house full of horse medicine?
No, sir. no Alice Brown forme. There's
no use of talking. .I've made up my
mind that I haven't vet met the lady
of my choice. Theres no rush a bom
it, anyway, and I'll bide by my time."
He got married finally to a widow
with three sets of children. He said he
hadn't any fear of her changing materi
ally, she was about as tough and ugly
now as sho ever could be, and there was
some satisfaction in that. Cincinnati
WIT AND HUMOll
l'enderson says he wishes he was n
rumor, for a rumor soon gains currency,
and that he lias never been able to do.
A French newspapi-r advertisement
rends: "Wanted, a distinguished and
healthy-looking man to be a 'cured pa
tient? in a doctor's ollice."
Sophroni;;: "What is philosophy?"
Well, dear, it is something that enables
a person to benr with resignation the
misfortunes of others.
The Cape Ann Advertiser tells how to
color old gold with horse-radish leaves.
What we want to know is how to get
any old gold to color.
Missouri has just imported a cargo
of jackasses. "The more one has the
more one wants," says an envious Ohio
Tho lah-de-dah cigarette sinokinc;
young man is affectionately referred to
lo tltu i !Wvil,Miil I pmlar no t Itlnl .l.w.?
A Williamsburg debating society is
nerving itself up to wrestle with "the
question, "When a woman and a mouse
meet, which is the most frightened?"
lialogue near the sea, on a hotel piaz
za: "I do not see how you ladies can
remain here two months looking upon
the changeless ocean." "But tho men
change," was the reply of a lady.
The nio-t remarkable of recent opin
ions concernino; divorce (by a woman
of conre) "lHvorce is all "very well in
its way, but I prefer widowhood; it is
It is said a cornet player in Berlin
burst a blood -vessel trying to sound a
Wagnerian double note. It L comfort
able to know that Warner's is to bo the
mu.-ic of the future.
A hftl was burned down in New York
not long ago, and a Texas editor loot all
his baggage. That i the reason the
tiwrs id the h-s was not as lari- as
vr.vt as Sr.it stipi'O'l. Tta.i Siftui-jt.
Thv a-ked the crier in one of the
f-.-'tm if he did not find it ditlicult to
while aw3v tiie time during the hearing
f dry cases. "Ob, no." was the prompt
r:p'y; "I just lean my head back and
sleep the sleep of the judge."
"Hive you had your ears pierced?"
asked a young lady of her chum, who
lived next door. "I should think so,"
was the finishing reply, "hearing you
sing every day." There is now a great
gulf of coldness between the two.
A theological student, supposed to bo
delieient in judgment, in the course of
a cLish examination was asked by a pro
fessor, "I'ray Mr. K., how would you
discover a fool?" "By tho questions he
would ask," said Mr. ).
Knglish naturalists havo just discov
ered that tho Knglish sparrow picks tho
eves out ol the voimgaot other birds,
'lho more one learns about tho Knglish
Hparrow, the less good ono can say of
him. Wo believe lie eats onions, and
sucks cows. Ha wkeye.
An H'sthctio invitation to dinner con
cluded with theso words: "I havo asked
four minds to meet you." "Thanks,1
replied tho uncultured ono. "I am aw
fully sorry not to come, but have already
iieecpteu an invitation to time with lour
Htomachs tho simio night."
Thero Is a charming story told by Har
ness of a poor woman who, when ono of
his curates pointed out that Providence
had been, upon a whole, very good to
her, replied: "So He'ave Mr; so llo'avo,
mostly j 1 don't deny it; but I sometimes
think lle'uvn taken it out in corns.
A Philadelphia boy was asked if ho
ever prayed in church, hud answered:
"Oh, I always say a prayer, like all lho
rest do, just before the sermon begins."
"Indeed!" responded tho astonished
querist. "What do you say?" "Now
I lay mo down to sleep."
"Chawles," languidly drawled Joan
pliine, looking up from' her book, "I seo
one of the new si tidies is trigonometry.
What is trignfioiiielry?" "Trigonotno
irv," said ( harles, toying with an inva
lid niiiuniiu die, "is a - a is the hcienco
of pulling the trigger, of course." "I
thought m)," auid Joauuhiuo, rcaUmllliZ
bur no', el. v-
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOENINtf. SEPTEMBER 23, 1888.
An eccentric Scotch Lord has left his
property, worth if'iOO.UiK), to his serv
ants. Wo never hoar of a servant leav
ing .."iOO,000 to his employer, but in this
country such a thing would bo possible,
if the servant was engaged ono season
at a summer-resort liotel. Nurmtown
"Can I havo some milk, mam ma?"
said a bright little live-ycnr-old. "You
can if you havo not been eating cher
ries: you must never mix anything sour
with milk." "Milk is sour, mamma,"
said be. "Sour; why no; it isn't sour
if it is tit to drink.'' "Hut," ho re
joined, "tho sour is thero all tho time;
it must ho there, and it comes out by
A party of vegetarians who wero
boarding at a water-cure establishment,
while taking a walk in the fields, were
attacked by a bull, which chased them
furiously out of his pasture. "That's
your gratitude, is it, you hateful thins?"
exclaimed one of the ladies, panting
with fright and fatigue. "After this I
will eat beef three times a day."
A dry goods clerk, who had a most
outlandish way of walking, had to go to
a distant part of the store to find some
goods which a party of feminino cus
tomers desired to see. "Walk this way,
ladies," he called, as ho swung himself
off. "But we can't walk that way,"
cried a icrt miss; "wo never learned
that si vie, you know." The clerk is
now drilling his tibia in the motions of
a new gait.
An old man with the palsy went out
to shoot squirrels, taking his son with
him to carry the gun. Spying a half
dozen in a tree the boy took aim. tired
and missed several times in succession.
The old man took tho gun in his shak
ing hands, put in a fearful charge of
powder and shot, tired and brought
down three. "There! that is the way
to shoot squirrels." "Well," answered
tho son, "I might have done as well if
1 had-tired all over tho tree at the same
A young Austin doctor, who bad just
graduated, was asked tho following ques
tion by au old practitioner: "Supposo
you were called in to see it wealthy pa
tient and there was nothing tho matter
with him, what would you do?" "I
would suggest that ho set up the wine to
celebrate his narrow escape from having
me treat him professionally." "Young
man, you have a heap to learn," was the
reply of the old doctor. 'lexas Sifting.
Thoso who have been pestered to death
by tho irresistible dandelion on their
lawns may now take heart. Tho pe.it
will pester them no mora. Eastern mar
kets havo begun to utilizo them for
greens, so that gardners cultivate them
for sale. The plant having thus become
useful, the bugs will eat it off abovo
ground, tho grub will saw its roots in
two, the sun will parch it to death, the
rains will drown it out, the wind will
thrash it to strips, and tho boys will dig
it out and steal it. Thus the dandelion,
which has been among tho first of tho
weeds to coax its way into human favor
in the spring by throwing out its golden
blossoms as a sort of flag of truce and
peace offering combined, will retire from
the field and the lawn to tho seclusion
of the guarded greon-house. Detroit
A German satirist has produced tho
following fable: "Thero was once four
Hies, andthev were limiirvvonp niAminj
Tho first settled upon a sausage and
made, a meal. But ho speedily died of
intestinal iutlaniination, for the sausage
was adulterated with aniline. "The sec
ond Hy breakfasted upon flour, and
forthwith succumbed to contraction of
tho stomach, owing to au inordinary
quantity of alum. The third Hy wa.s
slaking his thirst with the contents of'
the iuiik-jtig, when cramps suddenly
convuls. il lii in. and he gave up the ghost,
a victim of chalk adulteration. Seeing
this, the fourth tiy, muttering to himself,
"The sooner it's over lho sooner to
sleep," tiiightod upon a moistened sheet
of paper exhibiting the inscription, "Kly
I'oi-ou." lie dr.iiik to his heart's con
tent, (.Mowing more vigorous and cheer
ful m every' mouthful, l'.ven tho fly
poison was adulieraiod."
The Ho wo scales have all the latest im
provements. It is truu economy to buy
the best. B iiden, Sulleck & Co., agents,
St. Ijouis, Mo. (U)
A. M. Divi.k, of Columbus, Oa., say
that from txp rieuco ho knows "Sellers
Liver Bills'' to be. the best in use.
A MKuiciNK ot real merit, prescribed by
nuny lending physicians, aud universally
recommended by thosu who havo used it
as a trim tonico is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Do Not Bo, Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy ol praise
hiuI which really does as recommended.
Electric Hitters we can vouch for as being
u truu and reliubh) remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary difli
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
cun readily say, give them a trial. Hold at
fifty cents a bottbj by Harry W. Sehuh. (3)
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ol the Throat and Luns, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and gi t a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince thein of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Call early? (.')
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that Uucliu isonnof tho best, surest and
Biifest remedies for aiding, strengthening
and cleansing the kidneys. It is ono of
the ingredients of Hops and Mult Bitters.
Til it only scientific Iron Modicum that
iloes not produc.o' headache, Ac, but gives
to the 8) stem all the benefits of iron with
out its bad effects, Is Brown's Iron Hitters
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of gencrativo organs. a)l, ft for fj. All
druggists. Send fur circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Hold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
It does not cure every thing! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to tho
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Bitters. People who havo he
come discouraged should resort to this new
Chill and Fever,
Hlmmoim Liver UeKii
liilnr men break the
chills and carrlua tha
fever out ot the ajstem.
U curui when all other
Ft the relief and cure
of thin dltrealni( dla.
case una Sliumona Liv
Tho Kejnlator will ponlltvely cure thin t..rlble
dlHeiiBo. we aiiHurt emphatically what we know to
CON STIPATION !
tdiniild not ho regarded us a trilling ailment. Na
ture (leiniiudu the titmoot regularity of the bowela.
Therefore atnlet nattiro by taking mmmona Liver
Uf gulutor. It Ib harmlen, mild uud efluctuul.
One or two tiilIeKiooiifnl will roliove all tho
troiihlea Incident to a bilinii elate, auch aa Nauaea
Diz.iiH'aa, UrowidiieiiH, Dlutrens alter eating, a bit
ter bad liif tu in the mouth,
Pernon may avoid all atturka by occanlonalljr
Inking a iIobo of Simmons Liver Regulator to.keep
the liver In heal ihy action,
generally arising from a disordered stomach, can
he corrected by taking tilmmoue Liver Regulator.
Simmons l.lverKegulat rsoou eradicates this dla
ense from the SjHtem, leaving tho skin clear and
free from all Impurities.
Children nifi'erlng with colic soon experience re
lirt w hiiii tSimniutiH Liver Kegulator is administer
ed. Adults uleo derive great benefit from thin
medicine, ltianot utipTeasaut; It ia harmless
and effective. Purely vegetahla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
MuHt of the diseases ol tho bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore the actiou of the
liver fully and both the kidneys and bladder will
ttrTuke otilv the genuine, which always has mi
l he wrapper the red L trade murk and signature, ol
For sale by all drugWsts.
TIIE M:tV REMEDY.
(Not K, riin ntcd.)
AND BLOOD PURIFIER. '
This new Remedy ia compounded
from the best known curatives, such aa
Hops, Malt Extract, Cancara Sagrada
(Sacred Burk, Ducliu, Dandelion and
Sarsapa::lla, combined with aa agree
able Aromatic Elixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Moneys.
They Regulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy,
nana aaift Iff 1 1 T BtTTtBA
i nUrd Aril! Ill ML I DIIILIIA
flor ,h DPtr.INAI. and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Iriisgivt (or them, and bo sure
thai the label lias on it the four words
UOP.Q AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
f?"Take no other.J
At Wholesale and Retail by alldealers.
ROCHESTER SIEDICIXE CO.,
ttorhetter, X. T.
m'n ifriSiianai BTiif
Iniliiin Blood Syrup.
aji i Ilvkiieniilii l.l.i.r lil
J IJ'V" Puses. Fever and Agita
Heart Disease, Bl I Iouh
llehH. N'prvnllK Ilrbilitv
Til K H EST IfKMKDY KNOWN TO MAN I
.wdve Thousand Uotjles
Sold Since 1870!
This Svrup possesses varied properties: It stim
ulates tho ptyallno In the sailva, which converts
the NtHrrh Urol inn., rxt V, f...v,l I..... .
, ... ...u....... lUUIBIIlCUPB,
tlellrleney in plyiiline causes wlud ami souriug ol
in i hi; Kiiimitr.ii. ii i iic medicine j uaan
niimdiately uftur eating, the ferinentallou ol loud
It acts upon tlia Liver.!
It nets upon the Kidneys,
It Ht-Kuhttes tlie bowels,
It Purines the Mood.
It Unlets Dm Nervous System.
It I'roinotes PlgPHtlon,
It Nourishes, Strenclhens and Invigorates,
It I'lirricRiiU' the Old blood anil makes New,
Jt Opens the Pores ot the Skin and Induces
II. niinlrallKoa lho heroditarv Until, nr notson in
lho Mood, which generate Scrofula. Erysipelas,
ami mi initiiiier 01 nKin diseases ami lniornal hu
There are no spirl! employed In Its manufacture
and it can hu taken by the most delicate hahu.or hy
tne iignu aim loeine, euro oniy uuing reqiureu in at
tutitli it to directions.
Oalva, Henry County, Ills,
I was suffering from Sick Headache and I)ir.r.i-
ness so that 1 could not nttetiil to my household du
ties, anil a short trial of Dr. Clark Johusou'a Iudt
an Wood syrup elleciually cured me,
At 1(8. IIELKN ELKIN8.
Wuirtmaii Station, DeKulh Co., Ilia.
1 his la to certify that I)r (Murk Johnson's Indian
Mood Hyrup has rnred me of Pain in the Hack. It
Is a valuable medicine. MUS. WOOD.
Centra Hill, While Co., Ark.
This Is to certify Unit 1 was afflicted Willi Paint
tutioti of tha Heart for many years I tried dlllnr
cnt doctors, whose prescriptions tended mora to
weaken me than tney mil to sirengiuen, I at last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson s Indian Illood
Hyittp, w inch proven to no a positive euro not nn
ly curing tho Heart Disease, hut also a Sick Head
acb which had been troubling mn.
I was allllcted with I.lver Coin plaint and Dyspep
la and failed In get relief, altholmh nslmr muril
clues from our best doctors. 1 commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian Illood Hvrnp, and a short trial
cured not. T. W. KI81MU, Mulliiu, HI,
This certifies Unit Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Hlooil Hyrup his eiierlually cured me tiri)ysiupsla
Too much cannot he said In praise of It.
W, K. W1MMKK, Dodford, Mo.
Audits wauled for I he sale (if the Indian Illood
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
age ii i. rarucuiurs given ou application
DJtUOOI8T8 SELL IT.
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