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THE DAILY OAIUO nUIil.ETIN: THURSDAY MORNINM, OCTOBER 19, 1882.
BARS NO Hit
flRYIHGTO HOLD DOWNXI
rtARUHflrlNO f unutry
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given x
If alum or iinv injurious MiliMiiiieeseun Iks found
in AndrcW Veiirl Biikim? Powder. Is i
tivcly PURE. lifinpHi'lurMHl, ami u-stiimmiuls
ivccivotl m.ia audi chemist imS. lMim Iliiys,
ton; M. !' InfimtuiiiP, of Chlciico; and (jusuivus
Bode, Milwaukee. Neverwdd In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS St CO.
45 MidiiKim Av. 2s7. to'J iL tfJl L. V. uter
Pv.'.rc-r.irj. t is warrnntr ! sutis-
lPt--tr fc tU weurer in every ftv,
r th viiotv-v !'; !" returried l-v
tho i-: p.-'i f ri W ii -us it viia t,o-.-lt-
not Injurious '
t ho ' " in (.olr.:
rl U f.r l."ir,j h.virtM
i.ri.i ;.' r-ln i.:m- ,V,T
I'KK 11" h Muti, 1
Health Prewrvtn !..' s,!f.
Abdominal (titm hem J' .. Vi-.la. l-0
Health l'rcrli.a line cutll .
1J lead"" Uet-ll ! '.. - . .trrmHrr..
CllK' VtiO tOUi::r to.. ( 1-uaso, III.
l a preparation of rrutoilde of Iron, Peruvian
Bark am) the I'd xpiiatrs, ..orUt-d with the
Vegetable Aromatles. Kivlnrwl by Uie Medical
1'rolrv.mon, and re-oriimenited by them for ly
peptia. 4;riirrnl l-hflllv. I ranlr Mia
(ralln I nniaiir""" ICUItt
ini ' 5"'1 I'firr. llKrtf
Mrj V--T"- b 'icre k Juvn i. lumaarj,
Kannfarturesl ty TL Dr. Hart-r L'cdicict fo St lourt
Thf fdllowtii U &nf ih very nuny Ultimo
Blala we are rtcciviiiK d-illy:
Cn('irii'-f;omllirpe rnnrtht mo I brpa tbs
oe of Ik. IIakteh'a Jims Tonic. ujon the ad
tloeof nuny frlpriiisw bo k! w lt virtun. I wu
auffirtiiK pi'Hcrnl debility to imicIi an extent
that my labor wiutx-ecillnjri j- b'jtvjeimoiiie to oie.
A Tara'lon of a Uionth !M ht five nie tuucb re
lief, but (in Uj contrary, wan followed by ln
creawrl jirotralloii ari'l ir:l.li iblll. At ti!i
time I btfm theu r f your IKOS Toxic, front
wbleli 1 reallz-"1 a'lii.nst liinm-!latc aii'l woudprful
results. 'Hie ol J tuny y n. tunnl ari'l J found Uut
my natural foro &n riot riprnian-oUy abated. I
have used three bottle of tht Tonic. Hlnee mlr t
it I have done twice the UUir lhat J ever did In Ui
canic time ilnriiiK my Uhieki. and )ih double tha
case. With lln tr-iii'ill ucnf and ljtorof Inidy,
ha come slso a cli-ameM of thought never beforj
enjoyed. If the Tovir; Ins not done the work, I
know cut what. irlve It the credit.
Mo; grate fully youm,
I. I". V'AIMO.V.
Troy, 0., Jan. :, Pattor C LrUtiia Church.
fSl fc Drugglsti and Qwtni Dulvj Everywhen
The U i". nnliilole to tin; eflVrt i,f mlma n
Homelier ' Siomacli H.ttern. J'hl.t medlrlne la onu
of the mot.' p 'pulur reine ie (if an agu of diic
CCHHful piiipiiel.'irv fti':lll''n, find l lu liiimi DW
d'lnaud u lierefer on ihl riiiilinenl fever and air""
exictB, A wliieslafcfnl three tlrnen a day Id tho
hen t jr h j i' irej' alive for i.nciitiiitoriiiK a inula
rloim alinoMiher , r. iiilutiiii; the llvu, imd InvlK
rirntltis the ftoma h .
Kur ale by u.l lirmrulf t and DcalerH Kcerally.
HARRIS REMEDY C0.,K5at
I.-i. 'n- won tuner
truio Nru mi rti.-u-i n-t.n
I'liftr niAiiv iluomjr cfitiueitrt,
h.i,.-.i.,.- TT7 -"i':" fMii-aiiy tin
(U. luil,t n,Mh.,, t. (..( I,, ,, n ij,, ,
-..Vi .. ... ' , . ' ' ne or ins
(now rellred i lor Jheeurnf .VereoK KebUOu.
. jryMrMoonoort.irraltnraiaaiidltrnau. he't
ta plain aeuivuKivelorrre. JituKKiaui uuu 1111 lu
Addrau DR. WARD & CO., Uuiiimi, Mo.
' . 'n.' -
When Boardiiifl;-Ho"Rfl Fori)'nranco Coasf-s
to ba a virtue1.
"Mr. Wliiltl" kh'i'I mi iip-town luii'I
l:uly, "ym must M out. of n.v li'MH".
You owe inn for tliri wn-Ls' lo:ud,
jinilit U plain t set; Hint jmiilon't in
tt'inl to pay mo." ,
"Matlimi." ivplioil Mr. Whittle, "do
not say Unit 1 ilon't inlfii-1 to pay von.
Yon may say Hint I luiw not paid you,
or Unit I inn slow ulxiut pavin;.' you, but
do not, 1 repeat, say llinl 1 do not in
tond to par. l'liilosopln'iN liavo failml
when tlicy'hiivo nltoiiiptod to exploro
the framl organization of tli liuman
miiiH. After days of 'arnet tlioiiht
Socrates failed to diseover one mutter
ed thought of tho man who made his
sandak Knowing Sock to be a philos
opher, some of the boys bet li'nn a pair
of brass knueks against a bullfinch that
ho couldn't tell us what the sandal-ma-kor
intended to do. Sock look the bet.
JIo locked himself in a room with the
wandal-m.iker, and for three days he
didn't take his eyes oil' the man. At
tho end of tho 'third day Sock (.aid:
'You intend to make me the best pair
of Sunday sandals in the country.'
Missed it," exclaimed the man; 'I- in
tend not to make you any more until
you have paid mo for the l;tM pair.' So
von see, madam, that when such a phi
losopher as Socrates failed to .liseover a
man's intentions, it is presumptuous in
you to set yourself up as a inind-ex-nlorer."
Mr. Whittle. I don't care nothing
ubout voiir Socks or your stockings, but
1 want niv money.'
! wiU'withdraw from your home
"Well, clear out then."
"Fir.t let nio sav a few words. lr,
Tanner used to live in New York, didn't
"Yes, he did
"And he once boarded at this house,
"And while boardinc here he learned
to f.-i-L 1 can fat all around him, for
I've boarded bore for several month
The longer a man board here tho more
canable he is for fa.-lin. He gets into
the habit vou know "
lint he Lad gone too far. Hoarding
house forbearance had t eaM-1 to be i
virtue. If Mr. Whittle i a ue to ap
rear, the case will be trii d to-day.
Ambition Id bo an Author.
In lN'i?. a mng girl from a So-,;
ern State came to i-neof the lar'e I .ast
ern cities to seek her f-Ttnne at author
ship. She had a few huntrel d.i.i.irs;
was irettv. tniiek-wi:tel. and had the
ni(.it absolute f.i:h in her o n ''e!i',i).
She would wriie a rovvl. -ii- - aid,
a iHrf'm that woiiM as;or(h tic
ami brinT her ftir.nnc Aft- r th'siinl
lipf n done then r!ie jntfTit:e.I U '" V.' -U-
crowned with fitu". t- lee.iuet!je iU.-.-:j
of her little village.
The r. 1 "'el m w-r. wri' ti.
and went the rouii'l of v.- i .)! I'.hii.j:-
houses seeking in aiu a
wrote other LuveS to u l !r jn !.
She wrote es-. iiva ;':i r art
anI carried ti. ni l.er-t' to viry edi
tor, u-itg l"-r 1'ivity face and girlish
wiles to force a s tie.
J" ' -..M r.cl,,!h-w shabby; He,
H e, ;i .iii.e , -. , ,
ue f.iujiiiitr is; every liew-papt-r
ollici-. Ib r e had lo-t "their dewy
ofnus, :in.l sie'i.e hard and defiant.
( ;:!) sin- was hiifgrv.
TiiC end of the .l-rr ise.l-o.v rna.'-J-
t. l.o -as .sent home at last, r-uine-l in
hea tii and in rei.ntation. This is a
tun- story in every detail.
The girl Lad ability enough to earn
her Ining in a baif-d"i n ordinary
ways: but she had riot the ability to
express J.ere!f in writing: and hen; is
the fatal mistake which she and so
many othcryoung people make.
'1 h-y are blind and indifferent to all
kin !s of success but that of authorship.
Yet many a man and woman who can
hardly write a well-evpresM'd letter
have more sinmd practical sense, execu
tive talent and refinement of feeding,
than the veri!i-r or story-teller who
hold the public breathless for the time.
Hut the ambition to succeed as an
author is harmless enough, provided dis
appoimineiit does riot disable the mind
for :her work. It is acare.-r which re
o, u ires no capital or "plant" of any
kind. Neither is influence needed to
secure a new aspirant a hearing, al
though there i.s a wide-spread belief
among unsiieces-ful writers, that there
is a ring composed of editors and a few
well-known writers, whoie object U to
crush unknown genius and forbid it a
On l he contrary, there is not an cdi
tor in the country who would not hail
with absolute delight a new writer of
power, who could bring fresh strength
to bis columns.
Send your manu-cript, therefore,
boys and girls, to the magazine you
fer. l on liuiv be assured that it w
fairly read an I judged. If you do not
succeed, it will be because you have not
the e-peeial talent fur writing. (Jive it
up. You have other ability; use that.
Turn to any profession or trade rather
than hang around newspaper offices in
the iinhonored ranks of the hangers-on
of literature. Youllii ('vmjKinivn.
Value of Disonfktaiita.
Dr. (Icorge M. Sternberg, surgeon in
the United States tinny, has reported
upon the results of experiments lie has
made with various disinfectants and
vaccine virus, tbo conclusion drawn
from which isr that chlorine, nitrous
acid (nitrogen dioxide), and sulphur
ous acid (sulphur dioxide), nre reliable
disinfectants in the proportion of onu
volume to one hundred volumes of air.
Probably a considerable smaller pro
portion of these, disinfectants would be
ellicient in destroying Urn 'potency of
thin layers of virus in a moist state, or
of virus exposed to tho action of the
disinfectant in an atmosphere saturated
with moisture. Experiments with car
bolic acid, on the other hand, "show
that the popular idea, shared perhaps
by some physicians, that an odor of
carbolic acid in the sick room or foul
rivy, is evidence that tho place i.s dis
infected, is entirely fallacious, and, in
fact, that the use of this agent as a
volatile agent is impracticable, because
of the expense of the pure acid and- tho
enormous quantity required to produce
tho desired result."
They are blasting for silver at Miner
era! Wells. Jack county, Tex., uuil coul
id said to be abundant near by.
Easii.y ritovEN. It is easily proven that
malarial fevers, constipation, torpidity of
tho liver and kidneys, general debility,
nervousness ami neuralgic ailments yield
readily to this great disease coiujuerer,
Hop Hitters. It repairs tt ravages of dis
ease by converting the food into rich blood,
and it gives new lite ana vigor to the agcu
and inhrm always.
Characteristics of an Indian Tighter
A lank six-footer, wearing long hair
niul a white felt hat with an enormous
brim, appeared on Kearny street yester
day afternoon, just as tbo matinee was
out. His stylo and appearance was a
sort of an imitation of liufl'alo Hill, and
tho manner in which his hand wander
ed around every onco in a while to tho
waistband of his pants, as if to dutch
his trusty gun. made the spectators feel
that ho was really a bad, bad man. A
couple of street Arab- had followed him
for some time, when suddenly one of
them stopped, and turning to his com
panion said. "Hill, this ere bloke is a
fraud, he is; be ain't no scout nor in
jun tighter; he is one of them fellows
as sells patent soap to dean yer
"How do yerkuowtliat he's afraud?
asked the other.
"Cos I seed him a wiping his nose
with a handkercher, instead of with his
lingers, as all real scouts dues."
Satisfied with this reason as conclu
sive proof of the fraud, the two urchins
turned away in disgust, while the by
standers who h'-aid the sluvwd remark
all laughed heartily.- "( Franrisro
Tho Expansive Fowr of Rico.
Surgeons know the value of the ex
jiansive and power of peas and other
grain in making anatomical prepara
tions. No one has any idea of the force
exerted until a test of it is made. An
Ita'ian ves-el, laden with rice, put into
Kast London some time ago leaking
badly. A strenuous ciT..rt was made to
pump out the water ami unload the car
t'u. 'Hut the rice continue I to swell,
yes, ! was violently
burst asurei t.
Two Prii: -it- !,
graduates if th
u, in four
DeakUko. Meek, ed.u The Central M. th
odi-t," C'atlettsburg. Ky. I ee in the hs
"Ctrntml" that vou wsut a remedv fi r sick
headache. If you ill use a remedy that
ora advertise in your pnjtr every week, I
am sure, you wi.l le greatly !enftited there
by sDi I believe, cimd. I have letn
su::ercr from sick hea.ikche. I can s-v
fr'.m inlancy, and hate tr.td every remedy
I c- u.d ge'., and n-vi.r fund anything to
d.. tue anv good until I usr-d 5:rnmon L.ver
R-gat ir. I ftfl for any one tlnt fuT.r
with tbat terrible cJikse an l 1 hoj.e jou
will give it a tn&;.
C.S. Morris. Br-j-nsvil.e, W. V
Tn TUstvr Cats.
Many years ago one of t:.e Pa
tie!it.r came utjii r tiiu nj3:iag"ti
lit n.. jtf-i..:. .rs i: ; . . - .1 a nvtJ
ertheless kept a'T'A'Uire. who ik-v-eour.t.
.AmoDg the items of expenditure was
rm.. iik.c fiauo a wi.eic for meat
for the eight or U-n cats to protect the
canvas scenes, etc., from the ravages of
Thi- It-, ii was promjilly di-alloived
by the 'l oi ki-h jirojirietor, who wrote
t!;..,ti li.- margin of the Mil thef ,:lowing
"If tie; eats eat tin; rats, wherefore
the meat? If thev don't, wherefore the
As N.-d priee, agent for John Me(:u.
lough, was dining surnptuou-iy at the
Peoria Jb.us.-, the Hibernian" head
wa.ter -truck him for pas., arid
was referc d to the Treasurer. "Ax'-u.
me, sor." -aid the applicant, (h fer-iiti.,).
ly. "J thoug.M J Wiid rather stroik you
for th:m iccv. Yon know, .s-n-, it would
not be pi,. ant f .r me to walk up to the
lure w i I e--.v hi.!,,-, and not be re-
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by lin
ing proper judgment in taking care of .
health of yourself and family. If you hre
Hiliotis, have hallow complexion, poor uiu.e-
tUe, low and dejiressed tpirits.and gene-rally
letuiitHted , do not delay a moment, but
go at once arid procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fnil
to dire, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
See n woman in another column, m ar
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is si highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho tun of invalids' weukly
persons ano meageu. hold hy Uruggistn.
I advise you to take " Lindsev's Hlood
Searcher." Scrofula, ulcers, old sores, pimp
les, boils, etc, cured at once.
A mono tho laMies who may read this
there may be several sickly ones who have
made nn their minds to net on tin- old unit-
which specifics that "What can't be cured,
miiHt be endured." While the truth of
the old proverb is self-evident it is just
possible they may have erred in judgment
ns to possibilities, of the healiriLf art outside
of the medical profession, ami before giv
ing up in denp'iir they had better test tho
eflicacy of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink ham's Veg
etable Compound, which is now attractinr;
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that for all tho elements which givo health,
strength and vigor to tho system, there is
nothing better than puru malt. Only the
purest malt is used in t) preparation of
Hops and Malt Hitters.
The U. 8. government are using large
numbers of the Improved H,IW(. Scales.
Borden, Solleck & Co., ,KW,tH, St. Louis,
Ladiks and sickly gir8 rerpiiring a non
alcoholic, gentlo stimulant will find Brown's
Iron Hitters beneficial.
Chills ami Fever.
Hlmnidiii Mver Hkh
I ai or Kicin bruaki tbo
ctiilla and rurrtua the
fever out ul tho njittem,
1) cure whim ill other
V it tho rollef t.cd cum
of thin dictroaiiliiu (ll-t-niin
uko Slmuioui Liv
The Uccnlfttor will iMinltlvely euro this U.rlhlo
diHeime. wo uncert emphatically what we know to
nhoulu not he reKardi'ilAa a trifling ailment. Na
ture dcmundi) the ntmoHt regularity of the bool.
1 herefnre utnlft nature hy taking Sinimona Liver
lti'Kulutor. It la lirnilciK, mild utid eflcctuiil.
One or two lolilenpoonfula will relieve all the
trouble incident to a hllimia Hale, auch an Natidoa
DizxIiii'kh, lirowxIiii'MK, DietreAe alter calln. a bit
ter bad tustv lu the uiotith.
Persona niuv avoid all Rttm.kn by occaalonnlly
Uklntr a doKii of Simmon Uvur Kcnuhitor to keep
the liver In healthy action.
J LVD BREATH!
ernrrallv annum from n disordered stomach, can
be corrected liv lakliiK Minmoua i.iver. nenuiaiur.
I.iver HetMiIat moon eradicate! tllli dli'
euae from the a.nlein. Kavlnir the iklu clear aud
true Irom itll Impurities.
Children mifferliii lib colic foon experience re
lief when Miuinou Liver iteuillator la admiuicter
ud. AdtilUalao derivo preat benefit from till
medicine. It is not unpleasant ; It ia hariuleaa
and ellectlve. 1'urely ve;etahla.
BLADD K It&KIDNKYS
Slit of ihu difeat-of the bladder oriu'lnatc from
il.... ..I no. L-Mneia ltitretha act ou Of the
liver (ullv Hiid bolli the kidney and bladder will
-y-Take only the cenninc, which alwaya liaa on
I lie V r up per lue reu u truuu mar ouu pik"11"
Forenle hy ull druurlrta.
Tin: SWVt HKNEDV.
HOPS k MALT
;Xul l vrmi nti (I.)
Liver Sidney Remedy
AND LLOOD rURIFIEl.
This rear fiemcAv is compounded
5i from the bcr.t Vnown curativea, aucn a
f J Ho;,s, Malt Lxtract. Ca.cara Sagrada
F'l lorr.,4 Rr.rlrl. Kurhll. Dandelion And
Sarsaps.-ila. c nibincJ with an agree.
eble Ato.naiiC Ll.xir.
These Remedies act uron the Liver.
M They act upon the Kidneys.
Lfj They Kegulate the Bowels.
'SJ They V'jiet tnc r.rrvoua oysiciu
"ij They Promote D.fcest'cw
''I They Nourish, fatrcrgthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Meaun ana t.iergy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT.
TERS containing Malt Extract.
AV o':r I'r.-i-t ! r them, and be sure
that the Ubel U in it the fuur word
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in Urze rrA- leCfr?.
fT"Take no cther.(Sl
At WV. t-siie sr J Retail ly a!ldraler.
PORT GRAPfl WINE
Si'uKii's Pout (Juaph "Wine !
pour years old.
TIUHCiarcilltATKI) NA'I'I VK WIN E In mmln
Irom the jnlre ((f th.i (iporto Urspe, ralaed In
llm rouiit.y. Mm ihvnlunble Ionic Hiid HlrenL'th
eiuiiL' iroieit,i M are iin-iirt'HHHi-il bv any other
Native WIiih. It luj; 1 Impure Jiilrn of tin (irnpu,
proilueeil under Mr. Nicer own pernonn mipervi
snmi. In purliv nml i!eiiiMm iihhh, ar Riiaranteeit.
I h 1 vnuiH Ht child iimv parluk'i of Its (f,eneroiiH
luii.lnen, nml the wciiknM Invalid iiku It tuadvnn
'"f'in Is p'trl iciiliirly henellclul to ihu ajed and
deblllliiied, and nutted to llm various allmentu Ihiit
S)w?i''s I1. J. Sherry.
The I1 ,J. SI1 KHIt V 1km wlno of Superior Clinr
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