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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO- Given A
Halum tir any injurious siihsuinteii can ho found,
in Andrews' l'eurl Unking Powilor. Is (kis
lively PURE. EeiiiKoiiilnrstil, uml tc-tlnioiiliils
received Tmiii Mi' li chemist:- ns.S. Imvi ll'iys, Hon.
ton; M. Ie!titont.iiin, nf l.'hleiieo; unci Gustavus
lloilo, .Milwaukee. Never 11 In hulk.
C. K. ANOKEWS ACO
16 Mii:lnumi A ;
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v.: iM'itfrm&w fit
tiM'torv t' it wrr In it
or tito w. v w.:i r, t i s .'
Ui- tiers u .'rim wtii.ui it wis 1,' . l;t.
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mil InlNHoiM ''! w in""", n-t '! ' ; i
till ' lllel i-lflll t l ,t ,!, 1 I- rL-.' T. In 1 I ' ' 1 '' r
PRICES, by ll.iil. l'.oc- I'll'''
Hnllh Pn- rvl.i j. !..-.. H,.tr.AIU :. .'
Ahiliiminnl '.'i(r-i hr- T ' .'. .ir:nr. tl.tO
Health Prfwrlu t.o nm.'il . l'ro
flirt "a in") lin i 1. '.
Firl- ! I. 4I: U'-t-ill l
CHIC VWO COK.1ET U., t liicajiJ, lit.
Is a rcpnrrHioii of rinlcxiiii' ol Iron, IVruvwil
li&rft anil im j'i(iiMinnii s, nKFtin-niK'u wiiu mu
VfpclaMe jtromiillcu. Kinlormil liy the Mflloal
I'mfcxulotit uiul ri-oiimini nilt il liy iIiimii for ly
Clii. 4-rnl I U v. Finnl
mar a. no I ' Vllntil.v. rrniui l'l-os
Irnlion. nviilori'Ncp from tri'a
nml ( hronlc htn and l''-r. listrvca
vtry purjio.o litre n Ionic lit tiucwsary.
Manufacture i by Tlif Pr. Ilarler Mediciae Co, St. Loa'l
The f illon-iiif I" ( of tlic very many U'tlmo
dials e rt; rccilrin)! daliy:
CcnUtmrn: Some tlirrr riimilhK ?0 I bi'f.in th
ce or l)n. II mii i ii ' Inns Tumi . uj.on Hie a.l
ict of ni 'ny f d ml tio km w lu vlrluis. 1 wai
utl( rinp fr. .i i p. i, r:il ili l ility t.i Hi. Ii an t It'Tit
that n.y livt.or aM-x.--n!lin'i hupli.ii.oinc Iouj.
A va' Mlun cf a i;,oWti Oi l ii..t Im- tue inu h re.
lief, but on tilt? co'iirarjr, n l'ill"vitd hy ln
cr-af"d pro'tnitltin ari'l 'li.kiu2 thill.. At tl':t
time I H'W of 5.i:i Ihu.s 'iosio. ft.m
lil'-li 1 t-ilf 1 ain.'.M lii.vi. llt ar.'l wiU'l'-inl
rnjlt. 'l'litol'l t iiviT) liirii'-'l ao J 1 fount! Ibat
niy iMrul I'i'vb ii r....t J-crti:ri nl.y Umlt-'l.
Iit ihrvi- t')u; "f tiiclt'M'". hni'i- uln
i 1 Uv 'lnf i !..f Ui li.l.'.r Ihs I (. . r di'l In Uio
faiot lii'H- 'I'-innu ihv jii -.-sh. lin d"uN!e Un
Hi. Xt i'H t'. fro'iuil ifrvr i:jforf Ii4y,
l.at coDjt '' a c1' S'ni. o! I'muM inr t fori
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1I'j!i'Mit'k Minion Ii It Mi.. 'I liU ni'ilp tnn In oiiit
ol iliv iiin-t p iimliir r. no1 ii or ii ii nnn of mic
( .uiul i'orti'tiirv !'i illi . nml l In Im ttioiiHi
(! iiw.ihI lii'taviT on l'ii i nni m imiI ffyiT nml auni'
I'Xial". A w Hi'';iii.i.fiil Iium' tllll' n a day In llin
lii-Kt nit.tlj'i. ; n nil vr fio mi oniili'i'Mii! a Inula
rimii iiiiimni'ii r , r 'nn)ii',,ii tin. it v.-r . nml Invlj;.
oiKlini; iln' ft .in h Ii .
Kur I') u l Urii'.'ulKlit Hi.it i,'ali. uniuirully.
nuni H .rl m 1. . . u 1
('win rtoui tid riitai.ii iiioi
J'll.lr Blklll' H,MI, Colli, u,.,i,-.,
fiMl. l . "' 'l''iii, mill .. It, Mwr. 0.., . ,!(,, hm i
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linn, u lw nini.rl Itr II, "-."I, .I, ,, in irimi,,, iri
(r.ria..iirrliii fntia Hu,lur. iK.mlil vu4 ii.ir ,l,o i
Iran mii.-IIiIi.ii Hi U11 lr il. I. ,,u . r'l
aidw lilt III TI M, III K. am m m, Unl"
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Tin; nutiinin honni'ts oontiutie f bo
sin.'ill, I'lon'-littiiifj nll'iirs fur full tlrvs.n,
uint rtrliij Hliaics for ori'hmry iM.-oa-sions.
Until iciilly colli wcallior ntniw
and chips, trimmed heavily with vnlvet
bows and loups, aud feather breasts
will be worn. Lace bonnets aro iuiiiId
of .Spanish scarfs drawn over small
frames thathvo tho brims wreathed
with clusters of red or yellow roses, or
decp-hued poppies. The colors most
.seen on imported bonnets are tho diller
ent i-liadcs of preen, sandal, aliennte
brow n, brevcttc, faded tapc ilry, red and
cactus colors. Tho "Yankee" is the
name of a now large bontiet. It hn,s a
soft crown, trimmed with a wreath of
lio'lit-hued llowers, and a wide, dronp
brim. A charming little French
"capote" is made, of deep garnet velvet
and primrose pink crepe. The close
brim is edged with three rows of dark
amber bends, which have an opal like
ell'ect. On the left side, arranged so as
to rest low on the hair, is a bunch of
soft lihisli roses. The strings are satin
shaded from garnet to conch-shell col
or. Fell hats, matching in color and
trimming the. new cuirand licelle-color-ed
wraps, will he worn with them. Poke
bonnets are more quaint than ever; the
lu'camier poke issullieiently pioturequo
to suit even the present rage.
The. longth of the submarine cables in
the whole world is estimated to be 64,
(Xmi mil.'s and their valuo to be $-.'U-',-OUO.OOO.
The length of all the wires iu
the world would lca. h forty-eiht times
around tho earth.
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Oui'df the bathing attendants at St.
Malo is t.Vuint Ralph de la liegace, the
Jast Marquis of (.'hambery. In tho same
town the Count and Countess of St.
lean inatnifaiM ore moiw-traps, and the
Marqni'i of Folligny i1 "ninncr" for the
l!"!rl de l'r:in"i'.
Not long ago the maVquis was t iled
beftiro the lomi tribiiual a witness in
some trivinl c:t'.e.
"Folligny!"' cried the etiiirt.
"Folligny!" echoed the usher.
The witness giving no xigns of life,
the judge remarked impatiently:
"il'.re, Folligny, come up here! I
bee M'U plainly enough."
"j'aidon rue," replied the haughty
'bus conductor, "but would it bli.-ter
your honor's mouth to say mon-ieur le
WIT AND HUMOR.
Inquirer: What U lb- extieme penalty
for big.-uny? 'I wo runt hers -in-'aw.
A I""-t"ll el, oo! girl describes a
.-t.iti;i; a-j a bu-t with t'Ao legs under it.
Latin is a dead langu i.1. and this is
why :.or lis- il f''l' wit;i:igout their
pi i.' ,cr; j it ion.-.
Theie ;irc no iiiuqi when.' the coeo 7
nut grows, which, perliap-. aeeounl' for
the miik in it.
The Tut 1 the inan who .-tops on
a banana skin have much in common.
For iii'tanc.;, they both sit down with
out calling for a chair.
An old lady, hearing that John Hrigbt
contemplated visiting this country,
hoped that lie wouldn't bring his "dis
ease" with him."
Wltal is the diU'et'enee between an old
tramp and a featherbed? There is a
material dilVerence. One is bard np
and the other is soft down.
- When a friend a-ked a reformed ine
briate the cause of his reformation, be
Kni'li "As jou tire inai'i'id, you will
quite understand rue. when J .say gelling
tipsy made rite see m nioiiter-ui-law
The sublimes! slate of nii-ery is en
dured only by a man with a slillly
starched ve-t, a collar thai wou'l stay
buttoned behind, a pair of light shoes
niid a blackberrv seed between his front
A Ku-"iaii poet has pre-eulei a lady
of whom he is enamored a set of works
bound in ti e skin of I, is own leg, which
was ampin tied some ninriMi' ago. If
put b"ok were I H j hi t in calf, tho-e
The d'lughb r of a Te curie king
l.:--i'i-t ti'lorii'i1 fio'ii I';iri-. uh'-re-fe
av -he v. jj'.'ii-d t: rough t'ac Tooinioor
a!s. r.ud i'.".-l a sbi.I'oc wiiejv hhe
the Mafi f l'v-ie :tr,'l (.'aiheiiii" !
S:i,d a r-uTo'i l f-r'gii:--er to an lnb
Tit.'irj. ivl,"M' :v bad U ( n kilied. ' Il.,l
i.e d'.'i'l't ge 1,1;' of the v. av wfe u 1
rri'ig fit. .- .!." "I'-i th. 'hi')." '-aid l'a'.
ii.! i:.'; -: -j 1 '.. i" ,') rang h"r bc'.l
.a-. t:,. ."
ir r.'iv, no
k'ii ! at lyon'
. "dare j.V, rio t,!;t, e
j.i.e O' r -' -1 - j - i - s ,;, v , . j r : d.T airi-h
fir, e '. "l-.. Ilfld del- prie, ;it i), f
ji-.a' t'i.g.i.e). i d, -',". i-r d.ui living
h' .' 'i.''-. so d::
Vi'i. ''-rn iiiKti a v. i.i'.e ago doped
v.' i I.,- mi,' ie'..j.i.!;t'. .Vol that hi
J.:. j a. f..'..-y f'.f t!,- h.:.u. I'.-it -he
.;d - ..'.' ! -a- ih- '"i: Im -band on
car lii. and !.c v. air.'d the world to m o
tbat she r. ally !'. u t think so.
i ' .-it'll' i- ' f'en ii'ake a great mistake
in bringing up Iheir nous to follow their
own trad':. A i'liihuh lplda trunk maker
t;i. u i.-er. Jle bad ten sons, and all
are now brakeinen on railroad passen
ger train. That li unkmaker is gi t
I'imily (linle sisler): "What a large
family the spinsters must be! I hear iu
church overs Sunday that some of them
are going to be married." Francos
(elder sister): "O, you little stupid!
Don't you know what spinsters are?
Bachelor ladies, of course."
A physician, on presenting his bill to
the cM'.'eulor of the will of tho deceased
patient, n-ked. "Po you wish to have
my bill sworn?" "No," replied Jhe exe
cutor; ' the death of the deceased is
Mitlleiem e ideitee that on attended
A I'liooklMt boy wroie 11 composition
on lite subject of the (Quakers, whom he
described a a sect who never quarrel
led, never got into u light, never ekuVed
each other and never jawed back. The
production contained it postscript iu
these words: "IV s a (uakcr, but ma
A o-cnllenian whose residence is on
high and iu Koxlmry refused to be im
pl eased by one of the grandest views in
the White !Joiintains. "It is verv line,
no doubt," he said, "but il doesn't
equal the view from my front window.
Show me, if you can, a" hotel in all tho
mountain region thai commands an uu
lutemiptcd of three brevvcrietd"
Kasilv I'uovkn. It is easily proven that
lnuUriiil fevers, constipation, torpidity o!"
the liver and kidneys, general debility,
n rvoiiMiess and neuralgic ailments yield
readily to this great disease conqm rer,
Hop Bitters. It repairs the ravages of dis
ease by converting the food into rich blood,
nnd it fives new life and vigor to the aged
Biid in firm always.
Il was thought that the location of the
Oswego e;u;al in the vicinity of Fulton,
N. Y., would destroy t lie eel fisheries,
which fifty ears ago produced an aver
age of thirty barrels daily. But they
are still caught I here in large numbers.
Awhile ago, ;is a barrel of them was
being put on a car. the bottom gave
way and i!,e eels made off in every di
rection. All b .-landers joined in catch
ing tlieci, and finally they were secured
Tho Eaby Show,
We suppoM? there was a great timo
at the Bock county fair, at Janesville,
over tho baby .'how. Four editors were
to be the judges, Cue, of Whitewater,
Ingersoll of iieloit, and Smith and No
lan, of Jancsville. Men of experience
knew that the committee would have a
terrible time, as they are all moderately
young men, who have an eye that would
be more apt to vv under towards the
handsome mammas than to the darling
bal ies, and bets were freely offered at
JanP'vil'ie that the baby belonging to
the handsomest mother would get the
premium. Coe got scared at tho last
minute and wrote to the fair secretary
that business would call him to Klk
horn, and he appointed a young bank
er named Jai kinan as his proxy. Wo
learn that the committee got together
and had the babies brought in. Nolan,
the young ba.-belor editor, tried to hold
one of the babies so as to look at its
upper teeth, but he held it wrong side
up, so he could look down on the teeth,
and the mother of the baby broke into
the room and took it away from him.
He said the baby did not have any up
per teeth, when Smith insisted that no
babies ever had any upper teeth. Jack
man said it was cows that didn't have
upper teeth, and babies always did.
Jugersoll was in favor of having the
babies walk a match around the room,
and was hitching up the long dress of
one of them, so it could walk, as it lay
across his lap, when the mother, who
was looking through the window,
thought maybe the baby needed atten
tion, came in the room with a piece of
linen eloih folded three cornered, and
gave it to Ingersoll. He says it was as
big as a hotel napkin, and thinking by
the peculiar scarf pin on it that she" hail
preentod him with a scarf, he put it on
under his v, st. Tim re.-t of the com
mittee laughed at hint, and told him
what it va-, and he said he thought all
the time there was an Oscar Wilde odor
about it. The committee linaily got
into a quarrel over the prie baby as to
whether the recipient was a bov or girl,
aud while thev were sorting 'overtho
babies and looking to.-ee which was the
prettiest, they got the babies mixed up
so there is a good deal of doubt as to
whether the owners got the right babies
back. Mr. Jackntan had on lavender
pants, and the rest of the committee
made him hold the babies, and he out
mad and said they did it on purpose,
and that was the last time be would
ever serve on a committee to please
anybody. The committee returned a
sealed verdict, because they wen:
ntraiil lo lace (he mothers, and an
nounced iheir decision, and while the
envelope containing Ihe verdict was
going to the ollice of the secretary, the
i f n i n 1 it 1 1 c all got out of the room and
lit out of town, except Nohin. 1(! re
mained to write tip tlie affair for his pa
per, and when the mothers came in
alter the children there was one miss
ing, and she was going to claim Nolan,
be w as mi .small, but he sv,,n. w.-is
over twenty veils old. and sleeved her
bis moustache, and finally they found
the niiiug baby in a pigeon hole,
where Jack man had tiled it away when
it got too warm to hold in his lap. Mr.
Coe showed the best judgment of any
'if the committee, in king out of it,
and staving at home. There is no set
of men 011 p.irth that, can give satisfac
tion as judges at a baby show, and the
'vpericnec of this committee should be
a w arning to men never to serve in that
capa' ity, never. V. is Sun.
Stables o'-'pwto from Barns.
Th'.: great d"strnclion of live stock by
fii'i:, amounting iu this country to per
haps sovi.Tal millions, and certainly to
hundreds of thousands of dollars annu
ally, has Mii-ti-d the propriety of hav
ing the stables far enough removed from
the b.uns with t bcir highly inlbirnniable
content-, to po'ven! the los of animals
iricj-e the barns take lire. 'Jhe dis
tance te ed not be great, especially if
the st.ibles are sl.'iti! roofed instead of
shingled, and the. doors should be hung
on the side away from the barn as well
as toward it, and so arranged that the
animals can bo turned out in the brief
est possible time. Such an arrangement
would add to the first cosl of the farm
buildings, und increase somewhat the
labor of feeding; but the outlay, tit least,
in the case of valuable animals, would
be fairly offset by the. greater safety se
cured to them.
There are 0g,.'g'.,og7 feet of drain tile
in Illinois, about half of which were laid
during the past two years.
We Coiilidently Assert and can Satis
there is 110 insuui'.'.o on record of a imso ol'
dyspepsia or torpid liver that cannot be
relieved and positively cured by the sys
tematic use of Simmons Liver "Regulator.
This is 110 vain boast, but uu eslablished
f act ; lllld sulfeteiH from these disease deny
themsrlvcs the blessings of health and
rouifott by refusing to give Ihe Regulator
a ti inl. It is no compound of ndvcnliircr.i,
but a meritorious medicine which has won
its high reputation in r.ountiiis where
torpid livers prevail and where Nature
supplier the roots and herbs toc.nro the
discuses common to its climate.
It matters nut the uge of sufferers from
colds, coughs or croup, " Mr, Sellers' Cmiyli
Syrup" is good for all uliku. pi ice i-ciiTb.
Uemaukaule fur overcoming dieses
caused by impure! water, decaying vc'e'a
tioD, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitters. 6
Chills uiul Fever.
S I m in i .11 a I. Wit Koku
H VtjV fever out ol tho pj ii Will.
W liH Ii cure when all other
ri mudiva full.
V:lviJrlWif f ttila ditrBi!ii! dla-V--
JSirJ : uan Slmiuone Lif
Thf ld'culator will poxillvrly euro tills Iwflhln
itU'- ifii'. Wc uicmti imi'liatii ully what w know to
In i r i u: .
Ktioulil not ho ri'uanlnl an a trilling ailment. Na
omi iti'iniimls thu ntinot regularity of the hoeU,
nieri fnrd ain'iT nature hv liiklrur Simmons Elver
U' ulatnr. It U Iiurmlrsn, mild uutl ttVcluiil.
On or two tutiliie pooitfulM will rt-'Heve all tha
tronlilti) inclilt nt In a l't:Wuo vtatc. aucb an Nainoia
liirzii.iM, liroueii.tfi", Jjistrtee altur tatiUK, a bit
it r hud tiistu In tk mouth.
rcrfunn luny avoid all attacks hy occasionally
tukiui! ii ilnpu of Sim motif l.iver iiityuUtor 10 kof p
tlu' litr in lu'nltliy action.
ji-Lcrnlly aiisiti! fr )in a (lisonli ri'd stoinnch, can
ho mrrroti 'I by trtkaiu Simmons Elver lii'Kiilator.
Siinmtiiia Elver Kfijuiut r inou fradkalea this din
i " (rem t tin ssti tn, lt'iivin thu ekiu clear and
I re Irtiiu all I in (.utitu-ti.
rhiMr.m i:ii'cri!2 with i.llc .iii exirr.ricc re
hi'l (thou stiniiv.oui' l.lvcr lictrulatnr 1 admlnii'U'r
bj. A'luiu alo ili iivu KH'ut hfiii'llt frin. tlit"
nu'dli Ini'. It la Hot uiiplcasatil ; It is hiirtulea
iitiit ttii'ttive. J'uri y vi-ui'lubla.
1 i L A U I ) K I i .Nl IC 1 UN EY S
Most fit the I'ii-i '.-rn ol th ; tila liltT oriktlualt from
Iho'i: of 'I,..! kulte'Vie Hi'store llm i.clou of tin'
lii.r full nml lioih the kidney sinj hluddir will
) i cMored.
if'Tnlicnnlv thf s-i:ii:ii.', vhtch ahviya has on
Co v. nipper Hie red I tradu lnnrk and piLaluie ol
I'nr sn'.i' hj all iii 'iia'ip;.
Tin: may ri:mcdy.
.! 1'. rim n(el.)
1 HE GREAT
Liver L riidney Eemedy
AND EEOOD I URIFIER.
Tt'ia rrtv Ve.ntAv ia compounded
Lri frcm the best known curativci, auch at rJ
llc .s, Wi,t LxLijct. Coitara bagrada
iSucred H-rk', Ilutliu, Oamlelion and
5iar;r.fl: : M.i uin,! ,i,.fl with un acrrea.
If? Cbi'.' .ItlU.Ul.C hllAif.
-V Tt.. . C.mac n. i:...ir T.IVPr
They att upon II, c Milncys.
ttii Thty Kecula'.s ti c Dd'a cIs.
mi They Quiet the Nervous System.
S They Promote D:j c.;t:on
S'? They Nourish. Strer.Rthen, Invigorate.
iocy Klvc aooc, cicanu anu cocrgy
MOPS Al'iJ b.ALI CilltKS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT-
TF.KS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your l'nii-t lor tl im, and bo urt
lli.it ihe lahol ha-tin it the f' Ur wrjrds
HOPS AND MALT OUTERS
;ii in large rrd letti-iD.
fTake no other.ffj
At Wliotos..!.; ami Krtuil l.y all driilen.
itocnESTi:n medtcise co.,
KoWirariT, A", r.
C O A. I ,
POUT (JKAPK WINE
FOUR YKAIIS OLD.
rrillsv KI,t;iti;,Ti;) NATIVK WINK in mini.,
l Itoni Ihe juii i' f il,,. (iirto Umi,., ruined In
thi. coiirl y. hi. iiivahinliU; tunic and f t ruin; lie
enint; riic-i 1 ,, nre iiiiKiit,iii.n d liv nnv other
Native VV luu It I,,,, 1 1 , . . ,rH j,,),.,. ,,f tr,i "crB)ii.,
Iiroiliiri d iun. M,., ..,( wll ihthoiiiiI Hiiiiorvl
Hiiui, its purity 1111, 1 ci'iiuini nei-s, are Kiliirantio'd .
Til Mitinrn! i hilil may ,Url.ili or ItH KiuH'roiiH
qimiliu's. in.il tin' wi'iik.'-t liiMilld tino It toadvun
tnye It Ik p'iroi'iilnrlyhi'ni Hi Ukl to the Htji'd ami
iP hlliliiti'il, and "inti'd In tin" tarnniK nil nienta Hint
iilli'it thu weaker hi"c It iMinnviry n;spt;cl A
WINK TO UK It IC 1.1 lip ON.
Spm-'s V. ,). Sherry.
The ! .I.SIIK.UltV Ian wine of Superior Clmr.
loittir nml 1 iii liikc" of the rich ijutil tl"i ol' tli uriipo
It em wh'i li II is mndn l'or l'ttrlty. lilcheca. I'ln
vo' anil M'Mllc.iiinl rropertnid, It will hu loliuil nil
t'XCi'lli'il. Spoor's J'. , .1. Iinuuly.
Till IlUANDV HtnudK unrivnieil In thla lionntry
l.eliutf'ir pupiThir for meilleliiiil puTtiime. It l a
jiiiri'distilhiiloii Irn o the uripi'. and comalim vn
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