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If alum or any Injiirlonssubsianees cwi le founa
la Andrew' Pearl Baking Powder. la p
lively PURE. liintf endorsed, and testimonial
reeeivedTrom such chemists an S. liana Hays, Boa-Urn-.
M. Ikdafontalne, of Chicago; and Gustavua
Boae, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
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CHICAGO COUsiiiT CO.. .hU'C0, III.
Old fashionable reunite arc raiitdly glvlug
groand before th'i advauec of Hit" C'liinni-rtng spe
cidc, an I old fashtonod td"e In reuird to d'-p'e-tluu
an a means o euro, have bum ijiikh exploded
by the success of Hie grvat retiovar.t, which tones
ifij system, tranquilizer tba nereis, nemrallaua
malaria. uVpura ea and enriches the blood, rouMn
tnc liver wnon doro uant and proroutoi a rtRtilnr
habit of body.
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The lU m lm x'n"1 an KtivthbiH rvimtat on whr.r
v:r known, . t -p ' m 1 1; jf all oili. r troiiritiinn"
K -oonizkd a woNi)i.i;rrt.iictjvnY
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prlco wl 1 raall a parkate Ki'nd I r clrrnlnr ccti.
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GOLD HIDiL, FAEIB, 1878.
Tha most popular iweet
Cbooolato la the market. It
is nutritious and palatable t
pnrtioular l'ovorito with
childrrn, and a moat exool
ktit nruolo lor family uao.
The gmuitw it $titnpl S.
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(told by lirurera fturrTir.
. Effl ti CO., Dorchester, Mass.
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TIIK WEEKLY J'LAIX DKALKR,
Clnvolaiid. 0- fl ft) tor ( V' ai'i anbucrlptlon A
leading limnertlcJonr l and vsluibU Kmnl y
Newpipor tenil Dull, It Inribe t''t Hicr
In tb wt for th (rtc . 1'Ula l) ltir I'ublUblng
Co., iMrvelnud, Ohio. Hn'iii.lo copy ln,
11 lb Est w
A sony Musio in Theatres.
Societies nre buii) fortnod all ovor
tlio Kast for the purpose of Attending
theatres nnd teaching orchestras when
to play and when to Irt up, Orchestras
are but human, and it does not seem to
us as though they should be treated
harshly; but thcro are times when an
audieiH'o is tempted to commit murder.
One tiling that audiences will put a
stop to, will bo the "slow agony'' bus
iness, that is, the playing of somo trem
bling, low tune, when two lovers aro on
the stage talking it over. If there is a
scene where an actor ami actress have
a secret to reveal to each other, and tho
audience is bending forward with tho
most intense interest to catch every
word, the orchestra lias to play a low,
sweet sort of "fugue," so half the dia
logue is lost. In tho Danites, whon
Nancy Williams is telling Sandy how
the Mormons have killed all her family,
and aro laying for her, to cut nor open
with a scythe, the orchestra commences
low, gets excited wit,h her terrible re
cital, nnd before she gets through talk
ing every fiddler is playing for all that
is out, and the audience can only tell by
the movement of her pale lips, covered
with foam, whethor she is telling tho
story of her wrongs or has got hydro
phobia. , lu all plays where there is any
deep mystery, the orchestra gets in its
work ust where it should bo asleep.
Even in the Jesse James play, where
Jesse rides up to a hole in tho scenery,
representing a ticket oltice to a fair
ground, and is seeming to be worrying
as to whether he will fall oil' his horse
or not, before he gets off the stage, and
the audience is wondering, why the fel
low iu the box office docs not hit Jesse
iu the ear with a paper weight or a
prizo turnip, instead of giving up tho
oah box, when Jesse can't get his re
volver out aud hold his horse at tho
same time, the orchestra plays a dread
ful air, and people yell to them to " dry
IH." Another thin!; that urillOVS peo
ple is to have the orchestra strike up a
tune when the star is about to come on
and rpiit as ioon as the star arrives.
No matter if the star is playing a part
where he appears in the woods, forty
miles from any habitation, the orches
tra has to "play him on." It is so nat
ural for a highway robber to go through
a piece of woods with a band playing.
The societies that are being formed are
to be provided with small hand gre
nades or torpedoes, which they will dis
charge from bean-shooters at tho heads
of the men in the orchestra when they
play at an improper time. A society
will consist of twelve persous, and they
will scatter around the theatre. When
the orchestra begins to play, where mu
sic does not seem to be wanted, the
Grand Duke of the society will raiso his
hand to his brow, which will be the
signal, and overy member of tho so
ciety will aim Ins bean-shooter at the
bidd head or ear of one of tho orches
tra, and when the second strain of the
fiddle or piccolo is heard, every bean
shooter w ' e turned loose, and tho
orchestra will hear something drop.
The torpedoes are not intended to draw
blood, but just to stop wind, and there
is no doubt of tho result. It may take
several shots to break up an orchestra
the tirst time, but when they have once
learned that they are liable to be hurt
at any moment, they will quit playing
except litiwwn drlnUs. Wo look for
much good to be douu by tho new orchestra-exterminating
How to Deal With Eats.
A writer in the Sfkntijia American
jays: "We clean our premises of these
detestable vermin bv making a white,
tvnuk ")!' v.j'kims, iind cover
ing the stones and rafters in the cellar
with a thick coat of it. In every crevice
where a rat might tread we put the cop
peras, and scattered the same in tho
corners or the tloor. The result was
a perfect stampede of rats and mice.
Since that time not a footfall of either
rats or mice has been heard about the
house. Every spring a coat of the same
yellow wash is given to the cellar as a
purilier as well as u rat exterminator,
and no typhoid-fever attacks the family.
Some persons deliberately attract all
the rats in the neighborhood by leaving
fruits and vegetables uncovered in the
cellar, and sometimes even tho soap is
open for their regalement. Cover up
everything oatablo in the pantry and
cellar, aud you will soon starve them
out. These precautions, joined to the
service of a good cat, will prove as
good a rat exterminator as the cat can
provide. We never allow rats to be
poisoned in our dwelling; thevgro ho
liable to die between the walls Aid pro
dueo much annoyance."
What Makes a Houso Beautiful.
It is an excellontthing to have a well
kept house and a beautifully appointed
table; but, lifter all, the best cheer of
every home must come from the heart
and manner of the home mother. If that,
is cohl ami this ungracious, nil the
wraith of India cannot make tho home
pleasant and inviting. Intelligence, too,
must lend its charm, if we would have
home an Eden. Tho severe style of
hotisH-ordcr neatness seldom "leaves
much margin for intellectual culture. A
simpler style of living and house-fur-nivliing
would set many a bonded slave
at liberty, and add vastly to tho com
forts of all tliu house.
There are bare cabin homos that havo
been remembered w ith pleasure, because
of the beautiful loving presence there:
and .stately palaces which leave tho im-pics-ion
of mi iceberg on the tuind.
Thi Maa Who Opens tho Car Window,
"1 had a funny experience to-day,"
reniiirked l'etidennn. "I had taken my
teat in the ear and opened the window,
when till of a sudden a fellow back of
me leaned forward and said: '1 beg
your pHploii, sir; hut did you n.sk me if
the diet aniioutd lne?' I didn't know
wlutt to tual.e'of hiui, but I rdmuk my
bead and took up my paper. Eivo min
utes later, Illumed if timt chiip didn't
touch nie on tho hack again and say:
'Did you ask tin) if tint wind was too
much for ine?' And I hadu't said tt
blessed wonl to him. Guess the fellow
wus drunk or crazy.'.1
The hos said they guessed lie nnist
have be. n, and then began to laugh.
Hut Eciideioti couldn't see what iu
time they found to laugh at.
Mr. Dent'don, aged 101 years, nnd
Mrs. Lee,- 10 years of ago, wero unitod
in marriage in Uibb county, Alabama,
recent I v.
When postal cards were first issued,
about six years ago, their novelty pro
voked some fault llnding, ana they
were made fun of as "stiugy," "shab
by," "unsafe," etc. Hut they were
cheap, and tho peoplo used them and
tho critics soon followed the example of
tho people, now, (as an exchange re
mat Ks), the postal card 'has only two
enemies tho man who receives duns on
it, and the manufacturer of writing pa
per. Tho littlo postal causes a decrease ol
from twelve to tifteen million dollars ev
ery year in tho business of the writing
paper trade of this country.
Postal cards aro mado at Holvoko and
forty men are continually employed in
their manufacture. The card board is
furnished in packages of throe thousand
each, and every sheet Is made into for
ty postals. Three presses are kept go
ing night aud day. A machine slits the
sheets into strips of ten cards each anil
theso in turn nre cut .into singlo cards,
dumped in piles of twenty-five each,
when they are packed by girls, in paste,
board boxes, . containing rive hundred
cards. A government ofticor is con
stantly on hand to see that no pilfering
of cards is done. The Ilolyoko manu
factory turns out about ono million
cards a day.
Dr. Sturtevant made an examination
of tho depth to which tho roots of the
potato run. A plant was selected whicl
grew on a high ridge, the seed having
been planted six inches deep. A trench
was dug at the side to expose the soil,
and the roots wens washed with a
stream of water turned agaiust it, lay
iug the fibres bare. One root was founc
reaching thirty-four inches below tin
top of the ridge, or twenty-eight below
the tubers. The deeper roots appeared
most fibrous. Very few roots were
found above the tubers. The soil die
not allow the tracing of the tinesi
roots. This experiment seems to indi
cate tho importance of a deep soil foi
the potato, au indication which repeal
ed experiments fully corroborate, aun
in very dry seasons the crop on deeph
trenched soils has been more thau
double tho product on ground plowec
at common depths, and both eijmillj
Distress After Eating,
tho rpsult of indigestion, will no longer be
experienced if a hull' tablespoon of Sim
mons Liver Regulator is taken after each
meal. It is such a good digester, and so
mild and pleasant in its effects, that it is
uted by many alter a hearty meal to ensuro
good digestion. The Regulator does not
nauseate or irritate the stomach, is purely
vegetable, and cau be taken in any cm
ditmi of the system, and, unlike any other
unknown medicine, when its use discon
tinued, the system is not left constipated
You l et, when coughs and colds are fly
ing about like gnats in a storm, "Dr. Sell
er's Cough Syrup" is a eure cure.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
bold by all druggists. Never fails.
For fifteen yenrs I have been greatly an
noyed with this disgusting disease, which
caused severe p-tm in my head, continual
dropping into my throat nnd unpleasant
breath. My sense ol Binell was much im
paired. Bv a thorough use for e rooDtho
f nijV Oiwnui Dnim I have ntirely over
come thesi' troubles. J.B. Case, St. Denis
Hotel, Broadway aud Eleventh street
Use Iluntet's Sifter. Hunter Sifter Co.
Kitchen Specialties Cincinnati & N. Y,
Circulars free. (1)
Dr. M. T. Gamble, Farmingten, 111.,
says: "No proprietary medicine tbut I
handle gives as much satisfaction as
Hrown s Irou Bitters."
KucKien. s Armea Salve .
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruisos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Uauds, Chilblains,
Coins, nnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
25 cents par box. For sale by Geo. E
Humanity's great hope for the future is
alone to be realized iu improved conditions
of matrimctiy. What a profound obliga
tion does this fact involve! Those who
realize the responsibility can hardly do bct
ter thsn take advice from Mrs. Lydia Pink
ham whoso wonderful remedies for the
cure of all diseases peculiar to women are
so justly celebrated. Send for pamphlet.
"Magnificent promises sometimes end
iu imltrv tiei f'ormanr.HH." A mar'nifirinnt
exception to this is found in Kidney-Wort
wnicli invnrisbly pertoruis even more cures
than it promises. Hero is a single instance:
"Mother has recovered." wrote an Illinois
girl to her relatives. "Sho took bitters for
a long time but without an good. So when
she heard "of the virtures of Kidney-Wort
sho got a box and it has completely cured
her liver complaint."
Tho U. S, jfoverntnent are using largo
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Swlleck & Co., sgents, St. Louis,
New Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians Mate that the Port Wine that
took the premium at the Centennial, pro
duced and (dieted for stile by Mr. Alfred
Hpeer, of New Jersey, is a wine that can
be safely used for medicinal purposes, be
ing pure nnd free from medication, and is
more reliable than other Port Wiucs. It is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males and tho nged. The deep color is
due to the iron from tho brown tnc Hindu
rock on which the grapes urow, which is
rich iu iron. For salo by,laul O.chuh.
8eo a woman In (mother column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for the use of invalids' woakly
persons aud thoagod. Sold by Druggists,
Dn. Kmnk's Great Nervk Restorer is
tho marvel of tho ago for all norve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bond to 031 Arch
struct, Phlladelnia. Pa.
Chills and Fever.
Simmon Liver Hogn
I lator oon break tba
chill and carrle the
fuver out ol the t yitein.
Il euro wticn all other
V t the relief knd euro
of thli dlMreaainn dl
eas nae Simmon Liv
The Ileanlator will poaltlwly cure thla tu.rlhlo
isuiiau. Wo tiaeert emphatically what wo know to
abould not ho regarded aa a trilling ailment.
ture (iitinutid the turnout regularity of the boela.
Therefore aaalut nature hy taking Hiinmona Liver
UeKulator. It i harmless, mild aud effectual.
One or two tHbleatioonfui 'will relieve all the
trouble incident to a hi I Ions male, such aa Ntuaea
Ditlneat, Drowelneei, Distress alter eating, a bit
ter bad tasto In tho mouth.
Person muv avoid all attarka bv occasionally
tnlilug a dose of Mnnuous Liver Regulator to keep
the liver In healthy action.
generally ari siug from a disordered itomach, eat.
i.n ku,ni.,ni. ci..n. r t... iA..iu...
Simmons Liver Keu!at r mon eradicate! thU din-i-tttti:
from tne iitt-u, leaving tho eklu clour and
I ,. .11 i n, rx.. mi,,..
livv uuiu nil iiiiyuiiwoa.
Children suffering with colic soon experienco re
lief when Simmon Liver Regulator 1 administer
ed. Adult also derive great benefit from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; It is harmlu
and ettective. Purely vegetabla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of i he diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of the kldueyj. Kvstore tho action of tbc
liver fully and both the kidney) and bladder will
fjyTakc only the genuine, which alway ba on
tfio wrapper the red Z irudo mark and signature ol
for sale by alt drucrtut.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
6Ui Stree,, between t'om'l Avo. and Levoe.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF A M CM T I ON.
Safes Kc.iuired. All Kinds ol Keya Made.
TiT.TW iT iVM for SoMier. Wldowi, l'ar-
I PilYn II llNiVn" 8"d Children. Any
x j.Jiik.jxvxikJdlHtt.(,i wound 0.)njury
entitles. Mtlltots appropriated. Working (ore
doubled. Hoiea mado baopy. Prompt work.
Apply now. Kee till. Deserter entitled to all
duus aud di'ch rgea un tor new law. Ureat nie
ces In Increase cases. Botintv and back pay pro
cured, 'l he " l orld and Moldler." (wee ly paper).
Siamelecopv frca Send atarrp for full Instruction
blank aud bouniy table.! A rpL,'VT'T,5i
fur Invent rs Address! iY 1 VjlS 1 O
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Land Att'ye, Washington, D. C. 1 l-5d- i-w-ltu
TVR. KLINf8 GREAT
1 Nerve Restorer
lur nil BlUt iSD llir
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Metnhersbib fee. tl. An
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Cairo, IU , or to COL. TIIEO. HYATT, 1'rest.
PONE GRAPE WINE
Spkeu's Port Gpe Wine !
four years old.
rrillS CELDHItATKI.) NATIVE WINE I made
A from the Julnj of tho Oporto Grape, raised In
thliimimf v . It. Ihv.ltial.li. in.l. u.t .,...,.
...... j .... ......... (.ijiw .wm.u nuu IICUKIU
enlng propeiie are nusurpassed bv any other
produced iiniler Mr. Spoor's own personal aupcrvl
In,, lla llllrllll u.itl .n..., .r...a A ... .
r...w, " , uvuu ui uupn, .jo Kuarnuiuco,
Tin vouneft child may jiartulti of Its ("nerou
qiiuiivicn, nun uir viratin-i, iiivnilll use 11 10 auVaD
tugs It t partlcularlv benofirlal to the aged and
.,, ,w .nnuun suiqodis inai
arTiiet the weaker se. It Is In overy respect A
WINK TO HH KEI IKIl ON. 1 A
Sneer's P. J. Sherry..
Tho P. ,1. BHKItlif I a wine or Superior Char
actor and Htlikesof the rich qual ties or the gran
from wb en It, I msrlii For Purity, lllchnoss, Fla
vo and Mud le.inal I'rr.nnrtina h mill i,.
cxcolletl. ' ."u.Uu.. uu.
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
.............. .11111111 uiirivniua iu una country
being rr stiperlor for medicinal purpose. It I
linra Hlatlllu,!.,,. r.. .. .u . f ...
. , Krnin, nu ron'ain vq.
liable medicinal priipenlus. It has a delicate fl.
vnr. m lur to iluit r,r lha ,... r . .
dlt l ed, and ti In groat favnr among flrst-cla
miiiiii. n. " " iuui iu. sigaaiure or ALFHKri
bottlo. u" Ullcn
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