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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
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Ifaliimofimy iiiJurliiiiHNiilisUiioi.'MOiiii 1ms round
In Andrews' Tearl BukinR Powder. , Jh r
tlvely PURE. Heine, endow d, mid lolimonliilg
rweivedinuii such chemists an S. Dnna Ilnyx, Ho,
ton: M. HolafimUiino, uf t'hir-ugn; Btul liusuwiuj
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In Imik.
C. E. ANDREWS ICO.
45 Mt.tiHn A. 8M. iinil ii '.'H K. Water
factor to iti wnnrer in rvery v.ey,
nr Urn money will 1" refunded ly
tlie pel ami from whom it wiiu litmlit.
ThcnnlvOiPHft priinnii'inMl by our leiolle;- !iv-h lntit
, , l.,..rl..u I 'i Hie VM.lvr. i,.I.ii.;..i.i.i l;v '"'';'',;
th,. niM...lulor:lili' a.i.l I' fleet MO'ir I ell etT
ri;u i:s, i. -Vi.il. ivt.iir I'm i'H
Health I'n wri Ins. !..' S-IRAiHii-tlnc. V .50
Abdominal . ru heavy 2.n. Xur.lnu.
Health l'nwn-l 'n- ce..tll ?. I'if
M lrl ui"i'tinis.
For niili- by l.'iiJuxr Ucl'dl l" "l'" c, err w here.
lUH VtlO COKSl'.T ( II., l.luigo, III.
l a preparation of proloxlile rf Iron, Peruvian
llara ami tho Phosphates, assm-bited with the
Vegetable A roniatles. Kudnracd hy the Medical
Profession, and recommended ti- them fur lya
prpela. JenTil I-Mlll v. inalf Ilia
ttirn, Wantuf Vitality, ertoiia I'rna
t rat Ion, on.nle.or nr. from t'rvrra
and t hronlc hill and lr. H serves
every purpose where a Tumi: la necessary.
Kannfictat td by TheDr.lhrtrr Medicine Co., SL lonil
The followlnjt la one of the very many tcitlmo
Biala we are rtctlTlnu dally:
lmttmn Some thn-c niimtha aco I bppan tlia
oe of Iik. Hahtkh'h I Hon 'Iomc, upon the ad
tire of many friends who knew 1 la vlrluea. I l
iiifferlng from "eneral dt-lilllty tn "iieh an eiU-ut
that ni jr lahnr w e i ceed I nfrl y hMnleiiaumu to nie.
A T&ratlonof auionlh ill'l nut ylvi mo luui h re
lief, but on the contrary, win tallowed hy In
creased prontrntlon and alnklni; ihlll-. At thla
lime 1 bin in the itso of )nur Ikon Tonic, ftom
vlili-h 1 realiM-il almofct liiiinvdlutu and wondernil
reaulta. 'ihuuldcneiyv relurm-d and I fnnnritha)
my namrai tiin:e waa not pei manently uliated. I
liave ucd three bolt lea of tlieTOMU. hlnec Uln
It 1 hare done twice the hihor that I ever did In ihe
fame time during uiy llhien, and with douhlo the
eaae. With lliu traiMiill nerve and vltcnrol'lmdy,
baacome ttl'o n clenniesa of thon.ht never before
enjoyed, li lliu Tonic lma r.nt tfniia thu wciik.I
fcuuw uot what. 1 il We !t the- ereilll,
Jlu-.l mlefilll v yiiiirn
J. I'.M A lMuivr,
Troy, 0., Jan. X, liff. 1'amurt UruUan Church.
Salebj CruggltU and GnefaJ Drilya Everywhere
The. trui! antidote to tho effort of inln.ma In
Il'i-ic'tter'a Htnmiii h II Iter". Ttila llirili, hn' Ih one
u the mimi i .tnliir r-tne Una of an uin ol ane-cea-ful
ntourletnrv rprellli-a, and Ih In ttnineliaii
-maud wherever on thla L'out.1 tieut fever and eitutt
xlita. A v.ieulai.fiil three llmi a a day la thu
Teat po!hii preoH-allve for etii ouiiteruivt a miiln
T'V Btmimtitier , reiruUtltiK the liver, mid Invlti
nratlnK the atoma li ,
Forealebyall UruijKlate ami Doali-ra generally.
HARBIS REMEDy C0.,'Wa?J!ft.
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rani hvr.uu. ....1 PI...I..I .....
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nr. Ll AD LC OLLr-UUKt.
B-i noted and. ;,ee;;v.r;,; ZmWx
fnow rntlriuli fur thMeiii-nrV-PI,0. .' :H'
in plal ii aa.. en velop.r. iJrug((iu,",, flll u
Addren DR. WARD A CO., Uyiilani, Mo.
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How to Become a Proof-Reader.
A coiTOspondtMit of tho ('Indigo Tri
bune wroto Unit jinjier: "What shall I
do to niiiko n lirst-iilass jiroof-rnailiT?
rii'iiso ruiswur through th colinnns ol
your uiier ami you will oWigti,'1 to
which the editor replied as follows:
"To become a lirst-class proof-reader
in a very easy task ho easy that tho
wonder is moro young peoplo don't take
it up instead ol clerking or copying.
Tho first step is to serve an apprentice
ship at printing, which enables tho Htu
dent to discern typographical irregular
ities. A general acipiaintance wiui his
tory, biography, poetry, fiction, mimic,
geography, the drain nut, etc., is import
ant. Polities should have earnest at
tention, for you must be ablo to identify
every man who has followed that busi
ness from Cain down to the present day.
No matter where his residenco or what
hia calibre whether ho is or was tho
Premier of Kngland, tho Caliph of Dag
dad, or a Bridgeport "tarrier" you
should have a minute knowledge of his
public and private life and be ablo to
Feloct tho proper spelling from tho half
dozen ways which the author is suro to
employ. Rend, ponder, and assimilate
Webster, tho Hible, Shakspeare. An
thonys Classical Dictionary. Kogot's
Thesaurus, Lippineott's Gazetteer, 1 lay
den's Dictionary of Dates, the cyclope
dias of Appleton, Zell, Johnson, and
Worterbuch, Prandtko's Slownik dok
ladny Jezka Poiskiego i Js'iemieckiego,
and any other works of a solid nature
that happen to bo at hand. During tho
long winter evenings you might ncoop
in a few lungiiuges say Greek, Latin,
French, Hebrew, Russian, Gorman,
Chinese, Bohemian, and Choctaw. You
will need them" iu tho fashion articles
and Carter's speeches.
Tho foregoing are few of the acquire
ments of a iirst-class proof-reader. Tho
business is learned in a short timo by.
any young man with a littlo persever
ance, and 'affords constant employment
(twelve hours seven days a week) at a
liberal compensation ($20), with fre
quent honorable mention. When you
have picked up the rudiments mention
ed, if you don't conclude to become a
college Professor at $5,0) a year, call
at the Tribune ollico and wo will givo
you a desk. Our present proof-readers
are hardly up to the standard.
Pineapple-growing is becoming ono
of tho most important and profitable in
dustries of Florida.
A Vermont Justice of the Peace fined
everybody in the room $2 each because
a dog right interrupted proceedings.
Instruction in field and garden work
is to bo given in the rural schools ol
Tho great-grandson of the author of
"Robinson Crusoe" is in indigent cir
cumstances, and a penny subscription is
to be started for his relief.
Louisiana negro field hands insist up
on being paid in silver coin, and bright
coint at that. They positively refuse to
receive paper money.
Once upon a time Ava was naughty,
and mamma had to frown at her. "O
mamma, mamma," Ava cried; "don't
shut your forehead that way, 'cause
then I know you're going to scold!"
When the ten children from Sitting
Bull's tribe arrive at Carlisle there will
be ;IU0 pupils at the Indian school at
that piaee. representing twenty-nine
"Geographer:" New York, as you
suspect, is a city in ono corner of a
State by the same name. The princi
pal occupation of one-half its popula
tion is selling beer to the other half.
A woman of Tuscumbia, Ala, was
struck by lightning ami found upon re
covery that her hair, once a beautiful
brown, had been instantaneously turned
to a snow white color.
Club snobs will next bo caricatured in
comic opera. W. S. Gilbert has been
black-balled in a London club. The
wealthy son ot a retired butter merchant
had been informed that Gilbert had
worked for a living, and is therefore not
An Knglish girl who saw the Prince
oi w aies ai a ineaire writes: "lie, as
usual, enjoyed the play as much as n
schoolboy. It is delightful to hear him
laugh -a rich 'Ho! ho!' that rolls right
across tho theatre, llo is so nice!"
Mr. Houcicault says: "F.gypt was
latui to Assyria; to tno Hebrews; to St.
George, who was hanged for looting,
and to Napoleon. It is tho graveyard
of the world, and Kngland has gone
there to steal a lot for u quiet family
A Baltimore physician is quoted as
saying that if ho could maintain through
out the year an average practice ol
twenty patients ho (or any other physi
cian) would consider llutt be was doinir
well, and his practice would amount tu
several thousand dollars per annum.
Near Fort Valley, Ga., lives a man
who has namcfl his children after ani
mals, having a belief that they will, in
consequence, live to an old age. There
are four children, and they are named
respectively Rabbit, Coon, Fox, and
Tho work of removing the guano
from thu famous bat cave in Uvalde
county is progressing. A tramway has
been constructed for some distance in
tho cave, over which tho deposits are
brought out by means of steam instead
of the slow process of horse-power.
An Knglish lady who sued for dam
ages because of a fall when hoarding a
steamboat, has Just lost her ease. The
jury decided that her high-heeled boots
had wantonly and wilfully contributed
to cause the injury of which shu com
plained. A fruit-raiser at Quitman, Ga., 1ms
peach trees whose leaves are perfectly
black. The fruit, also, is black at first,
but turns white when ripening. Tho
trees were carried from North Carolina
many years ago, and lire a distinct
species of which thefruilmen seem to
A gentleman who recently visited tho
Skngit country, in Washington territory,
stales that the mouth of Deep slough,
near the mouih of the river, is a spruce
tree forty feet iu circumference, which
at mime time has been uprooted and
washed there, where it will probably re
main. For nt least ltv feet the tree js
the name size, and is described m equal
to thu fiuuou. big tree, 0f California.
CAIRO ' BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 7. 1888
France has 37,072,000 Inhabitants.
representing an increase of only 7l50,(MU)
wilhin the last livu years. Paris has
y.-Jtilt.ttOO inhabitants. Lyons D7C.0i.io,
Marseilles MiO.OOO, Lille 178,000, Tou
louse 1 10,000, Havre lOo.OOO, Rheinn
i:l,000, Angers fiG.ooO, Nizza 6(1,000,
A Modt'ord rum manufacturer meant
to leave a will under which his distillery
would bo lorn down and the business
discontinued; but, as ho wroto "after
tho exniration of three years" without
specif.ing liov soon after, tho heirs will
continue at the old stand so long as it is
Tho spread of information in the
South cannot have been very general in
all these years, if there is any truth iu
tho statement that in Leo County, Ga.,
is an old colored woman who does not
yet know that shu is fieo. She thinks
that her mistress retains her as a house
servant, and that all tho other darkies
have been sold.
The other morning when a Montreal
bird-fancier opened his store he was
much surprised to find six of his best
canarios minus a leg each and fifteen of'
tho birds missing. Rats had gnawed a
hole through tho floor, had got on the
counter, and from there to a large cage
in which were tho birds. Tho mutilated
birds are doing well, and seem quite
lively in spite otthe professional ampu
tation to which they were subjected.
Tho Superintendent of Castle Garden,
Now York, has a collection of several
hundred letters which bear requests
from old and young bachelors in the
West that ho will semi them wives.
These have been sent to him during the
past three years. Many of the writers
seem to think him a regular matrimonial
agent, lie has never replied to or for
warded any of the letters, as were he
once to begin ho would have more than
ho could do.
A report is current that 300 of Gari
baldi's old comrades have banded them
selves together with the determination
of taking his body from its present rest
ing place, and of causing it to bo cre
mated according to the desire expressed
in his will. Whether the report, which
is believed in Italy, be true or not is not
yet known; but it has been thought ad
visable that a guard should be placed
near his grave.
In Williamsburg, L. I., tho other day,
a young German woman was sued for
rent. Sha sworo she had paid in full.
"Did you tako a receipt when you
paid ?"'asked the court. "I did." "Well,
let's seo it." "I drank it up, your
honor." "Drank it up?" queried tho
magistrate, in amazement. "What do
you mean?" "When I paid my rent
the landlord gave mo a pint of beer as
a receipt. That's what he does with all
his tenants." Other witnesses swore to
this fact, and to seeing the defendant
drink a pint of beer furnished by the
landlord. The court decided in favor
of the defendant.
The Bank of Franco is having printed
G0.000.000 of 100-frane bank notes at
the printing office attached to tho bank
building. The new note has been drawn
by the painter Baudry and engraved by
Robert, and will, it is reported, be a
marvel of beauty and elegance of its
kind. Tho original drawing was three
meters long by one and a half deep, and
when completed was photographed on a
reduced scale to the size of a bank note.
Robert was engaged on the work of en
graving it for several weeks in tho strict
est seclusion, in an inner chamber in
Guavmas, at tho mouth of the Gulf
of California, is a place of which even
well-informed people have rarely heard;
but it is a point from which, for two
years past, a railroad has been slowly
rot-ping north, and it is announced that
this road will connect with tho South
western system in October. The road
was started by Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe capital; but that line is not yet
far enough south to make a junction
and it is possible that a connection will
be made by way of the Southern Pacific.
Tho uev mule will be four days shorter
than any existing routo to Australia,
New calami or tho Western coast ol
American composit ors are not the only
ones who make mistakes. The London
Teh rn ih reports Gladstone as saying
that he bad "sat at the feet of the Game
bird of lVnniinglfim," instead of tho
Gamaliel of Birmingham.
Silver Chkkk, N. Y. Feb. 6, 18S0
Gknts I have been very low, and have
tried everything, to no advantage I heard
your Hop Bitters recommended by so many,
I concluded to give them a trial. I did,
mid now am around, and constantly im
proving, ami nearly as stteng as ever
W, II. Wkli.er.
All indies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration; who suffer from organ
ic displacement; who have a sense oi
weariness and a feeling of lassitude; who
nru languid in the morning; in whom the
appetite for food is capricious and sleep at
proper hours uncertain, should have re
course to Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable cum
'Millions' Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, C'oiighs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of tho . largo size. This enormfius outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rnro merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Hurry W.
Hchuh's Drug Store and get a triul bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
A. M. D ivlk, of Columbus, (la., say
that from cxp rienco he knows 'Sellers
Liver Pills" to bo the best iu use.
Hucklen's Arnica Sulvo
Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Clmppcd Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, ami positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to irive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded Price
2. cents pr box. For Hale by fji.o. E
O 1 1 A ll A i
Dll. Kl.INK H GlIKAT NKIlVIt KlCsToHKH is
tho marvel ol the age lor all nerve diseases
All fits stopped free. Houd to m Arch'
Btreet, Philadelpla, ptt. 01 AlLh
Chills and Fever.
Hlmmona Liver Hpru
J nt or conn lireaka tne
chilln and cnrrles the
fever ontol tlienjstem.
h cures whoa all other
reined lea full.
for the relief Mid cure
of thla ills! reKdlnkt die
eime line Simmons Liv
nn... ii..niilinir will inmitlvvW euro title tu.rlMe
disease. We sssert euinuutlcally what wo know to
ohntild not ho reiturded its a trilllnir ailment . Na
ture (leiniinila the ntinoHt regularity of tho bowelM,
Therefore. Ksslnt nature by liikliif Siniinotia Liver
Kectiliilor. It la Imrmlepe, mild and effectual.
One or two tnbluciioonfula will rolleve all tho
troubles incident to a hllloiis slate, such as Nausea
IhzxItiePH, Drowsiness, Distress ullor eating, a hit
ter bad Instil Iu the mouth.
Person may avoid all nllurka by occasionally
liikini? i dose of Simmons Liver Regulator to. keep
tlie liver in liuiillhy uetlou.
generally nrlsinif from n disordered elomach, can
be corrected by taking Stiiiinou Liver Hegulalor.
Simmons Liver lteculttt rsoon eradicate this dls.
case from the RySleiii, leaving the skin clear and
free from ull Impurities.
Children ull'erini' with colic soou experience re
lief when hiininoiis Liver Regulator U administer
ed. Adults alao derive great benellt from this
medicine. It is mil uupleasnnt; it is harmless
and effective. Purely vegetahla.
I i LA J ) DE I I te KI DN K V S
Most of the diseane ot the hladder originate from
those ol the kidneys. Keflore the action of the
liver fully uud both the kidneys and bladder will
tW'Takc only the izetiuine. which always bus on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
For sale by all drugrlsts.
TIIC SEW REMEDY.
HOPS I MALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Remedy is compounded
from the beat known curatives, such a
Hops, Malt Extract, Caacara Sagrada
(Sacred b-.rlc, buchu. Dandelion and
Sarsapanlla, combined with an agree
able Aromatic Elixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Pegulata the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervoos System.
They Promote Digestion.
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
re the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Matt Extract.
Ask your Drugs'1 (or them, and be lure
that the label has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
r?7Take no other.ff1
At Wholesale and Retail by al 1 dealers.
UOCUESTEB aiEDICISB CO.,
Sochrstrr. N. T.
Indian Mood Syrup.
fi T T W I I ( N "vfipi'lislu, Liver Ills.
I ' II I " IJV ,,",,'H ''ever and Agn
III 1 1 il KlieiiniailMii, Iii'iiiinv,
J VJ 1 I 1 JhJ ll"arlliieiiHMlil Ions'
iiess, Nervous Debility
1 HE W.ST UKMKIiY KNOWN TO MAN!
iwelvii TlioiLSiiiiil Mottles
Sold Since 1870!
'I'lils Svrup posneHses varied properties: It slim
ula'es tho plyalliiu In the saliva, which converts
the starch and sugar of the fond Into glucose. A
ikih-letii-y in ptyalino catisea wind and souring ol
the food In the stomach. If the niedlr.bie j( w.li
Immediately after eating, lliu ferment silon ni tm d
It arts upon the Mver.i
ll tiels lipull tilt) KlillIC)",
ll lieglllules the. I'.uwels,
U I'll lllli-M tlie Mi.l.
Il Valets tho Ncrtous System,
It l'l'otnoli'M Digestion,
ll Notni-lies, Sin icHieiiHuinl Invigorated,
II ('Hrrieull' the (lid Itlouil nml makes New.
H Opens tlie Poi-i-s of the, Skin anil IihIiicch
Healthy IVrspl ration.
It ne.iilriili.es the hereditary taint, or poison in
the 'iIimiI, whh ii ('enemies Scrofula, lirvsipelas,
mid nil manner of Hkln Diseases and Internal hu
innrs. There nru no spirits employed In Its manufacture
and 11. can betaken by the most dullcale babe. or by
tlie aged and feeble, euro only being required In nt
tenll. n to direction.
(lalva, Henry County, Ills.
1 wasmiflerlng from Kick lleadniiio and I)!r,,l
lies, so that I roiild not attend tomy household rill
ties, nml a shun triul of Dr. liark Johnson's Indi
an lllood ,H.vrup e Hie Hi n II v cured nie,
MUM HKLliN KLK1NS.
Waleriniiu Hut Ion, DeKulli Co., 111.
'I his Is to certify Hint Dr Clark Johnson' Imllim
Hlood Hvriip Inn. cured mil of Pain In the Hack. It
Ih a valuable tuedli Inu. M Km WOOD.
Centre mil, Whlto Co., Ark.
This Ulociriifvthiit I was allllctod wllb Palpi
tation of the Henri for ninny years 1 tried differ
enl doctors, whose prescription tended moro to
weiiken me Hi ii ii they did to strengthen, I at last
res I veil to try Dr. 1 lurk Johnson's Indian lllood
riytuii, w hich proved to bo a positive cure not on
ly curing lliu Henri l)liciie, lint also a Mick Iluad
Ki h which hud been IrnulilliiL' me.
I nn airticteil with Liver Complaint and Dyspep
in ii ml failed to get relief, all hough using modi
tints from our bent doctor 1 comniDiicod using
Dr. ilohnsoir Indian lllood Hvriip, nilri s short trial
cured me. T. V. KlSlNU. Mollno, HI.
This tcrtlileii that 1 r. t'lurk Johnson' Indian
Hloed Syrup lei effectually rtired me. of Dyspepsia.
Too in m il cittitiot be said In praise ol It.
W, jc. U'lM.MhH, lletltortl, Mo.
Ai'i'iits wanted for Ihn nle of tlie Indian Blond
Pyrun hi every town or vlllago, III which I bivo no
ageiit, Particular given on appltcatlnu
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