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THE DAILY CAIRO "' IJUJjLKTIN: SATURDAY MOKNINU, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882.
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fr jlT AM BOU NO TO RIBT
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given f ,
Ifalum uriiiiv injuriouhMiliMimeesciiu U found
In AndroW Pearl BiikinjtPowdor. Is !
tlvi'lvPURE. Being endon-ed, and testimonials
wcefviflTpiiiii such chemists tisS. Dun" Hays, Hs
tun; M. DcUUuitiiiue, of riiiciun; ami tjustuvus
Botii', Milwaukee. Never subl in lilillf.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
45 Michigan. Ay. 2S7. WJ ii 'i'.'l E. Water
l',P,mi In Wlimilltc.l M'tiB-
Xnrtorr to it wearer in v
( r tlm money will De relundrd
tho person f mm whom it wushou.'lif.. ...
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rnt Injurlmi. I" III- vi'iiver. and '.l1,'' ' ,.vi.r
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Health IWrvIn l.r,0. '- ll"''
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For.iile l.y l.-.lm 'tiill '! 'tj wh. r. .
CHICAGO COiisUr to., hieaso,
l i preparation of Protoxide of Iron, rfruvlltl
Hark sin) 1'llonphates, associateo wmi hib
VeiMahle Aromattcs. Kndorsed tiy the Medical
rrofivKloii, ami recommended by them fur !
nrpain. ieiu-rnl l-hllily. lenmle !
ra-. Hunt of YUnlll.v. Mrrvoua I'rna
trution. 'naleeiee Iriim Fever
nt irmili'tiill nml IVr. Ilscrvc!
every purpose where a Tonic is necessary.
Masnfarturcu by The Dr. Hart' r Medicine Co, St. Lonii
Tlie following l ftno of tli very nlhny tCBtlmo
DlulK wc are rucclvliiK dull) :
CmHfm:-Soinp three monllin tifto I bo?atl the
tine of I)h. H akikh's Ihun Tunic, upon the ml
Vlrc of umiiy frliMiitswho know It h virtues. I win
utfi rlii(t fnmi ircm-rat (li hlllty tn fm h an extent
that my laliur vaaesenMlliyly Imnlensoine tome.
A varntlon of a uionlli tll mil k'v'' nie inueh re
lief, hut on the contrary, wu follnwea ty In
creaneil proBtiallDti ami Kinking rlillln. At thl
time I U'Kan Hie u of j our I HON Tonic, from
lili'li I realiri'il ahmmt Inmieillate anil wuiulerlul
remits. The old energy returned and I found thai
my natural force wan not permanently abated. J
Imvc lined three hottli'Hof IheTciNU;. fliu-e UHlnp)
It I luve done twt.'O the labor tlmt 1 ever did In Ilia
tame time during my llltiens n:t with douhlo the
ease. Willi the tianir.l nerve and vlcorofboily,
liascoiuealo iieli ariieil' tlntuirlil nevr before
snjoyed. If the Tomi; lum Hid Hniio the work, I
know not what. 1 (.'Ivc It tin? credit.
J. 1. WA TMiV,
Troy, 0-, Jan. 3, 1878. I'aBtor tbristlan Church.
Sale by Druggists and General Dealors twy when
That ternhh reoiiraL'o lever ami aiiie. mid II
rnau'e.tier, bhlou ri,initl"iit , lie-id'' illici t iohh of
tan Mo nacn. liver and It.-welH, produced by itilim
iiiKiie. nlraud witer. are lint.ii eriiilicnteil and pre
vented by the tti of HuHMtfr'H hiom.iclt Hitler,
n purely vei-einlil,. cllsir. Iiitlo i-.-.l bv plivi-li laPH,
mid iiinre exieiihivi'.y ti.ed , n re.iue'ly for Ihu
above elm f dlfiirilern. a well & lor inuny uilien
VIihii any iin diclui' nfth" hi".'.
Kor B:e bv all OruKflHta and dealer iretierully.
HARRIS REWEDY C0.,NTM;a
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N.fruMi ni(d iniTicn) Iui.h.
nr. Prtiuitur KiiiBUkimu ..,i
a. 7 sun-Hi; fttKl radli Kiiy cun j.
uul Til u,h. '"TV Ami!.! wi:
onilDic ceir nnnr
A favorlt linwrltitWin nf nm r.r ,1..
molt noted tiiid iueniful fieiailitu In inn r. s.
(now retired i for the eu re of .erfn UrbUity,
fjttmt M"hBOd, ! ami Itvrnu. K-nl
fcpJalui..-envlopere. iruKKlnUii.au Hlllu
AddrM DR. WARD A CO., Uuiiitni, Mo.
The Wonderful Toxan Hog.
To tlm traveler tlirouh Texas ono of
tlm KtraiitfONt nnil most jnuruliur f?uttirt'S
of litmNcapit thtt ni.or-ltnck ho. Ho
is of Swiss cnttngo stylo of aroliilmtture.
His ttli.vsiual structiiro is angular to a
tli'reo 'unknown ontsiilo of a text-book
on the Kciciii'it of geometry. Tho conn.
try raor-liack prowls around in tho
wooil.s ami lives on acorns, pecan nuts
ami roots; when ho can snaro tinio ho
crawls under his owner's fenco and as
hists in harvesting tho corn crop. In
this respect ho is neighborly to a fault,
and when liisduty tohisowner'scrop will
allow he will readily turn in and assist
tho neighbors, eveu wtirking at night
rather than seo his cm) spoil for want
of attention. Crossing tho razor-back
with blue-blooded stock makes but littlo
improvement. The only elleetive way
to iniprbvc him is to cross him with a
railro.nl train. He then becomes an im
ported Iierkshire or Poland-China hog,
and if he does not knock tho train oil'
tho track tho railroad company pays for
him at tho rate of .1 a pound, for which
tin-v are allowed the mournful privilege,
of shoveling the remains oil' the track.
Tho ham of the country razor-back is
more juicy than tho bind leg of an iron
tiro-dog, but not quite so fat as a pino
Discovery of an Aucient Llol in Tennes
see. A most interesting discovery was
made near Carthage, Tennessee, recent
ly. Mr. Carrol tiihbs, while plowing,
finind a very ancient Indian idol, though
tho exquisite finish of the figure ami its
oriental posture point to its having been
made by that great prehistoric race
which spread over this country before
the Wild Hed Man obtained possession.
If it was made, by the Ked Man, it was
certainly made at a very oarly date, be-
tore lie liatl lo.st inose eastern uleas
which tho figure shows its maker to
have possessed. Upon its back is found
the figure 1019, but the surface of the
letters when compared with the general
surface of the body, shows them to have
been placed there a great while after
the figure was completed. It is made
of compact yellow sandstone, which is
as endurable as marble, yet time has
made great ravages upon it. It is six
teen inches in height. Tho outlines of
the features are very well preserved, in
fact, the face is very little damaged. It
has high cheek bones, flat face and
prominent chin. Tho arms are well
shaped and well proportioned. It is
represented in a sitting posture, with its
legs crossed in oriental fashion. There
is some attempt at delineation of drape
ry, hut lime has only left tho outlines
so that no delinito conclusion can be
reached on this score. The idol is a
creditable piece of sculpture for even a
highly civilized race, and was certainly
made by no novice in tho art. It is now
in the po .-oiou of Mr. V. K. Meyer,
of this place, who has placed it in his
large collection of Indian relies, lie
has also recently added an agate mor
tar, six inches in diameter, to bis collec
tion of Indian relics. It was also made
by tho Indians. It weighs twenty-live
pounds. yasltvillc American.
"Shall you miss me, sweetheart?"
"(Joorgo V. Simpson was going
away, far away to the trackless soli
tudes of St. Louis, and when he hail
told Dapline McCarthy of the intended
journey the girl had spoken not a word,
but lain her head gently on his shoulder
and wept as if her heart was breaking,
But w hen he akod her tho question
with which this chapter opens, the littlo
head, with its coronal of fluffy brown
hair, had risen slowly, and the pansy
brown eyes of the girl had looked into
his and gleamed with the holy light of
a love mat. count never Hie.
Sh;ill I miss you?" she cried, de
spairingly. "Ah, yes, sorely enough.
But you cannot understand this. No
man can feel the loss of kisses and love
words as a woman can, nor hate slow
creeping, wakeful nights, and the gray
dawns that come with no promise if
strong arms and a loving heart and
words of courage, and the windy sun
sets that die away on a day that has
held no beauty or brightness. No man
can feed tho deadly hunger in time of
famine that a woman fuels when love
that always beckons and allures her is
out of reach of her longing hands and
"Hut 1 shall not bo gono so very long,
darling," whispered Ceorge, ''-and I
have told tie candy man to let you have
whatever you wanton my account."
"You have done this?" asks tho girl,
putting her dimpled arms aroundliia
"Yes," was the reply.
"Then," said Dapline, the wistful
look gone from her face, "you cannot
fitart too soon."
A Shirt I'inisher.
A peculiarly murky tramp, says tho
Boston i'usl, walked into a dow n tow n
furnishing goods store the other day
and asked for employment. His only
upper garment was a doleful remnant
of what was once a shirt, hut now so
hopelessly shedded and buttonless that
its original purpose was no longer a
matter of safe inference. Tho proprie
tor eyed him suspiciously, and then
asked: "What do you want to do?"
"Waal," replied the peripatetic gentle
man, "I see you advertise 'shirt finish
ers wanted,' and if you can show me ft
shirt any more thoroughly iiuished than
the one I have on I don't want to seo it.
I did it all myself, too. Now I would
like to begin again on a whole one. 1
ain't particular about its being laun
tlried." He was invitod to clear out aud
shift for himself.
An article called fertilizing moss Is
offered in New York to take tho place
of soil in raising plants. The discover
er is a rrcnchtnau, Alfrod Dutnesnil, a
Hciunlilic horticulturist. It is claimed
that "this wonderful discovery by which
plants may be cultivated without earth,
or with earth in combination with moss,
bids fair to completely revolutionize
present' methods in the house culture of
flowers." A groat variety of plants, it
is said, have been experimented upon
in this way, and even vegetables raised
from the seed to maturity.
The population of Harlem, one of
New York' suburbs, bas doubled in tho
lut fire years.
Ladv IIeautifikiis Ladies, you cannot
ni'iko fir skin, rosy cheeks, and sparkling
eyes with nil tho cosmetics of Franco or
bfiiiitilieis of the world, while in poor
heultl) and nothing will give you such rich
blood, good health, strength and beauty ns
Hop Hitters. A trial is certain proof.
The Way Out of a Water Difficulty.
A citizen called recently at the water
register's ollico nnd introduced himself
mid his business by saying,"rmMislher
Jerry Muldoon, and I carry votes. My
cellar is full of water, and my liitis will
be drowned if it isn't lixedj so I want
you to lix it."
Mr. Muldoon was informed that noth
in" could bo done for him there, when
he"nguin remarked, "I carries lifty votes,
d'ye'moind, and I want tho water out
of niv cellar."
"Hut we have notlnngtodo with such
matters," said the ollicial; "you should
employ a plumber to attend to it, Mr.
This suggestion did not appear to
strike tho caller favorably, and Mr. Mul
doon was liually recommended to see
the Mayor in regard to his cellar, when
ho departed. Two or three days later
"1 come to see about thatcellar," said
he: "I'm Misther Muldoon, you know,
and I carry fifty votes. My cellar's worse
"Hut. we told you tho other day, Mr.
Muldoon, that we can do nothing about
"Yes, but I carries fifty votes, and my
cellar must be tixed or my Inns w ill all
"Well, Mr. Muldoon, did you seo tho
Mayor about the matter?"
"Indade 1 did," replied Mr. Muldoon.
"And what did the Mayor say?"
"What did he say, is 'it? 'Mr. Mul
doon,' says he, why don't you kapo
ducks?' UoMon Journal.
There is a rich young man at New
port who does not belong to the Casino,
who doesn't play polo, who never was
on rollcr-f-kaies," never ow ned a yacht,
and never drove a four-in-hand. Ho
must have made his money himself.
Warranted not to contain a sirigU article
of mercury of suy injurious or mineral Mib
stance, but to co!isitt entirely of medicinal
roots nod herbs, which is the reason Sim
mons Liver Kt'Uiilatof h so tllcctual yet hi
'"This meilieine is acknowledged to have
no i qiinl as a liver medicine, containing
those Southern roots and herbs, which an
allwise t'roviiieiice lias tuaceu in countries
where diseases prevail.
"B.M.TIMOKli El'ISC'OI'AL M tlTlloDlVl'
Trim to Her Trust.
too nuicii cannot lie sanf ot tho ever
faithful wife nnd mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never neg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed bv disease, ami the os
tein should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood pun
tied, ami malarial poison exterminated, she
must know that Electric Hitters are the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and (inly cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry .Schiih. (4)
A f'oiiirh. Colli or Sore Throat
should be stopped, iNeglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumplion. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not dismder the stomach like cough sy.ips
and balsams, but act directly on the iiillam
ed parts, albiying irritation, give rtdief in
Anthuia. Hronrlutb, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Tlin-'t Troubles which Singers and
i'tiMic Speakers are subject to, For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give pei feet satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
mi entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Over 250,(1(10 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually,
Borden, Sellcck &, Co., agents, St. Louis,
Mo, . (i,
A Grinning Death's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob server
than a row of discolored teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthful Sozo
dont, which whttiis yellow teeth, imparts
ruddiness and hardiness to colorless, un
healthy gums, and a floral balminoss to the
breath, The feminine mouth becomes
wondroiisly attractive in consequence
of its use. Lending actresses nnd cantatri
ccs regards it as incomparable.
Lvhia E. Pinkiiam's Vegetable Com
pound is a positive cure for all those weak
nesses so common to our best female popu
lation. Kiton.n you be a sufferer from dyspepsia,
indigestion, malaria, or weakness, you can
be cured by Brown's Hop Bitters.
A. M. D ivuc, of Columbus, (in., say
that from exp rieneo ho knows "Sellers
Liver Pills" to be the bent in use.
It docs not cure every thing.! but kidney
troubles and inanv. other complaints to
which Hesh ia heir yield gracefully to the
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Bitters. People who have bo
come discouraged should resort to this new
BiicklenV A in lea Salve
Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uheiitn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Cbnped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, it is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, orinom-y refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by (J lit). E
Nothing liku "Lindsey's pi,,,,, Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter.iK rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
Dh. Kunkh Ohkat Nkkvk Kkhtokkh is
the marvel of the age for all nerve discuses.
All flU stopped free. Scud to 1)31 Arch
street, riiiladolpla, Pa,
Chills and Fever.
minimum Liver Kurd-
I hi or soon break tnu
I'lulU and rarrle tlia
fever out ill ttlHHtHtuiu.
II curea wucii all other
IAr Ihu relief and cure
of thla illatreasinR dla
enmi line Slmmoun Liv
The Rcuulator will iioMtlvwIy euro tills U.rilile
(IIniiiihu. Wu UHMcrl emphatically what wo kliuw to
ehmilil not he retarded im a trlllinn ailment. Na
ture iIuiiiiuiiIh the titmoet regularity of tho bovvelB.
Iherelore. ukxfst nature by taklhK niimnun Liver
Hi nulntor. It la liarmlei-K, mild mid efleclual.
One or twn tublesioonfiilH will relieve nil the
I rou bleu incident to a liilioiia mate, such aa Nausea
l)i,.lnrnH, Drowsine, lUstrcee alter uutliiK, a hit
ler had liiHle In the inimtli.
IVrKoiin may avoid till nttinka by occasionally
taking a iliwe of Sliiiiiiiins Liver Jfciilalor to. keep
the liver lh healthy action.
geiienilly nrliiiiii; frini a ilbonlered stomach, can
he corrected by takiun Simmons Liver Keuulator,
Mmninus Liver Kenalat r soon eradicate! this dis
ease from the a, stem, leaving thu nkiu clear aud
tree from all linpurllieH.
Children sull'erlnir with colic Boon experience re
lief when Simmons Liver Kcniilntor Ih admlnlMter
ed. Adults aUo derive treat lieuellt from this
medicine. It Is not unpleasant ; it it harmlesa
and elleetive. Purely veiietalila.
J i LA 1 ) 1 E 1 1 K1DN E VS
Mohi of die diseases ol the bladder originate from
Itiime ol the kidneys. Kcstorethe actum of the
liver fully aud both Ihe kidney! aud bladder will
fWTakc only the genuine, which alwaya has on
the w rapper the red Z trade mark ami signature ol
.1. II. Z El LIN He CO.,
For Mile hy all druirirlsts.
tiii: m:w riiedy.
THE CRT. AT
J Liver fclSdney Remedy
AND BLOOD PURIFIES.
This new Pemrdy la compounded
from the best known curatives, auch at
Mo;is, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagradi
(Sacred Hutk, Buchu, Dandelion end
Sarsupa::lla, combined with an agree
lible Aromatic Elixir.
These Remedies act upon the .'-Iver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulate the Boweli.
Thev Ouiet the Nervoua System.
''M They Promote Digestion.
!?1 Tliev Nourish. Strengthen. Invigorate.
Rl They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Ilrui-t for them, and be ure
that the label lias on it the four wordj
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters,
t'?TTake no other.jfj
At Wholesale and Retail by alldealeri.
KOCH ESTER SI EVICIX E CO.,
hochnter, h'. I.
Indian Blood Syrup.
l l'iUOJfi ilAUK.j
Dyspepsia, Liver Ms
eimes. Fever ami Ane
Heart HiKense, Klliims
iiess, Nervous Debility
THE HEMT ItF.MKl) V KNOWN TO MAX!
iwelve Thousand Bottles
Sold Since 1870!
Vhi Svrup pwo'ssos varied Properties: It stim
ulates tho ptyaliue In the saliva, which converts
the slareh and sugar of tlie food Into glucose. A
deficiency in plyalinu causes wind and Roaring of
till! food in the stomach . If the medicine jt Mun
Immediately after cntinn, thu fermentation ol lot d
It acts upon the Liver,!
It acts upon the Kidneys,
It Ki uiilates the Dowels,
It Parities the Hlood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
II I'roinoies Digestion,
It Nourishes, Strengthens anil Invigorates,
It Carries nil' the Old llluoil nnd makes New.
It Opens the Pores o the Skin mill induces
It iieinrnl'.-'S the hereditary mint, or poison in
the blooil, which gcneralcs. Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and all manner of hkln Diseases and Iniurnal hu
mors. There are no spirils employed In Its manufacture
and II (an Im taken by the must delicate babe, or by
the ni;eil and feeble, euro only being required in at
tend u to directions,
(Jalva, Ilunry County, Ills.
I was suffering from Nick Headache and Dim
ness so that I could not attend to my household du
ties ami a short trial of Or. Clark ifobnsou's iLdl
an lllood Syrup effectually cured me.
At US IIKJ.BN KLKIN8.
Waleimiiu Station, DuKalb Co., Ilia.
'I his Is to certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
mood Syrup has cured me of I'alu In the Hack, It
Is a valuable medicine. MKSWUOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
This l lo certify that 1 was allllcted with I'ahil.
talion of the Heart Tor many years I tried dltl'or
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended nioro to
weaken iiiu then they did lo strengthen. I Si last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian lllood
hytup. which proved to be a Jinsltlvn enre-nnt on
ly cur ngllio Heart, Disease, hut also a Sick Head
ach which bad been troubling me.
I was itilllrtod with Llvur Coinnlalnt and Dyipep
sla and falliid to get relief, allbongh using modi
clues from our best (loelora. 1 commenced using
Dr. .lolinson'! Indian lllood Hvrnp, nnd ashort trial
I'tiK'il T. W. KlHINU. Mollne, III.
This rertiRe that Dr. Clark .lohnNon'a Indian
lllood Syrup Iims elleclually cured mu of Dyspepsia.
Too nun h cannot be said In tiralse of It.
W. E. W I MM Kit, Hodford.Mo,
Ai'ents wanted Tor the sale of the Indian lllood
8yrnp in every town or village, In which 1 have uo
agent, Particulars glveu ou uppllcullon
DHUGOIBTS BELL IT.
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