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THE DAILY OAJUO nULLRTLV: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1832.
TRYING TO HOLD DOWN'
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
Iflum or any injurious Kuwuiiicw can le found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is p"
lively PURE. Lcir.i! ei.Jorsii, ami testimonial1
received from each chemist! as 5. Dana Hays, Ho,
tnn: M. De'jafontblne, of Chicago; aid oiibUiva
Bode, ililwa"kfc New .; in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS & CO.
.S Miciugan Av.
iZ", ir ot 2Vi E. Wawr
F.vurv tlors' t is witfranti'il aV.ir.
faetury to iU w nror ini'Vt-ry vny,
or the mmny will im n tumioil i'V
tlio pursou from wlioni it wn bom-lit .
Thonnlvrvirwtr'ronoir.o.d bv our Iw.illri' I'V l.'l.im
not liijuriou. t tin-v, purer, unci -inli rml by l.id.rx n.i
the nu-acomfoitnlile and rr.i t flt'ii k t "'-'l 'vr
""" PRICE, by Mnll, PeMCe 1'iildi
Uralth Prravrvlas. lf- rMf.Adluitli., IMAO
Abdominal (extra heiny) 8.IM. Niiralnir, 1.60
UeoUU Prenervli-ir (tine cnuill' st 00. I'm anon
Fnranle '' l'uI:K Net.ili li.'iiU-a overj whftr.
CHIC VliO COK6LT CO., f'LtCBSu, 111.
fa a preparation of t'roioxMa of Iron, P-ruvlnrj
Itark ami Hie rini5,iliiit a, exam-latH with t!:9
Vrirvtahle Armniitli'S. Kndorsi'd l- the Alt'dlcul
Profci-slun. aii'I rccoinini'iiiU'il by tlirin for
pain, t.eiicrnl lit'lillily. tt'liinle Ile
rmri. Haul t Vilnllt.T, acriuui Proa
.ration, t Oiitnlrxpiirc limn fever
and liriiniot nml I !. Itiervea
every purpose where u lu.vic la uu'eseary.
Manufacture! iy The Dr.Harlit iledlcint Co., Stlonii,
The followlnjr la one of the very many testlmo
Klala we are rect'lYluy dully :
GcnUmm: Some three niTilm apo I hcrin the
one of Dit. II tHmt'i I Hun Tumi, upon the ad
Tie of nmny friends who Knew Its virtue. 1 wm
stifff riiifr from s-eneral debility to eiieh an extent
that my labor w.n exceedingly burdensome to me.
A vacation of a month did not fjtve me much r
lief, hut on the contrary, wui followed hy In
creased protlroUun and elnkliv chllln. At thil
time I bin.in theu.o of join Ihon Tosn;, from
which 1 realized almot Iminedinte and won. In ml
reiultn. Tiieohlcii(ri;y it I n rued and I found ttiuj
my natural ton e wua liot permnnemly Hbuled. J
have used three botiletof the'J'oMO. hlnce using
It I luve done twice the labor Hint I ever did la lbs
ame lime during my Hlnce. and wlih double the
ease. Willi the tranquil nerve and vlirorof body,
fiat come alo a ch-aruesa of thnuuht never before
enjoyed. If the Tonic lm not done Uie work,!
know not what. I (five It the credit.
Troy, O., Jan. 2, 1878. ' Pastor (.liriaUan Church.
'"Sale by Druggl''i and General Dealert Everywhert
THE GREAT CURE
Aa It la for all da painful d.raara of the
KIDNEYS, LIVES AND DOWELS.
It oleon.m iha eyttc:-i ct Iho aoiil polaon
that eauaa tba djvi'liul aulTcriua which
only the vlrtima of UMimaUani ea?i naliia.
thousaccs op cAFra
of the worst forma of IMa t rr:I.Cj dlaeaae
have been quickly reUcrod, and In ahort tuna'
6 pnifi, it. iiouooii in: v. mi i i t uurcciirr,
iirvc-in hownt nvmaii.
WELLS. RIClIAliDRON' ft C., rnrHnrton Vt
iPBOF. MARSTOH'S HEW WORK
ti.4 ukiut tlfi.-:t ith th mttif vital
(ft IS tltHflll te-t Tuf'fi fWllt$ If' VaUloUt
liTifi ml 'kgec of .Nrrtftu mn6 I'hyal
out Ibllll7. Ntiuil Ittruf n1 tiUir
diwurOffi fiuM ij lbli.-r(iiun or El
rne. It Ui'eii(lii tilt lifef tirtnue uf
to rniDQt i(iftono ho bu o-Je UifM
(1 !) itu-lT, ltu1rtH with Ol
ort4 pill. 7ht MFIM'.AL H KKM.Y
' V,9rj una nt pmni ny it paruifti. i o
aUMU lltntUV lO.,ltmFulUDSU,!(ea)Tork.
A fVorilil tireftrrltiMnn if fin rtf IV.
tnnat noted and iiive.lul i in,di In thut'.S.
(now rHind n.r ih r-,,f V, ,.,. ltrhtUlu,
l.omt yt"-houil. It'enfiiiraaun I H cuy. h. nt
In piu o 'iivehioeree, Liin n,,.ii' ku 1111 1 U
Addra.i DR. WARD & CO., leuliiani. Ma,
VMH WW Ui
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Ventilating Corn Cribs.
A rorn'Mponrioiit of llio Cincintiat!
Commercial relates liis expi'riunce In
venfilittiii?; corn crib in the following :
We Imvi' cribbed great quantities of
com before many of our neigbbors
would l egin huisking, mid yet we hnvo
no moldy corn. We make ventilators
to reach' from the floor to the roof. Our
floors are eighteen inches from the
ground, no as to secure perfect ventila
tion underneath. We set ventilators
where the corn falls from tlio scoop as
it is thrown in at tho windows, since at
that nnint in tho crib the corn packs
closely and the shattered corn nnci silks
and husks and pieces of leaves and tas
sels that more or less will be found in
every load will accumiihite.be onceverso
careful, and prevent free circulation of
air through tho mass. Where the far
mer helps to huk his own corn, and is
untiring and persistent, he can keep
out husks, and silk, ami trash; but when
several teams are at work, and each
gang of men is expected to crib a given
amount for a day's woik, wo may say
it U impossible to keep out the trash,
which keeps corn froju drying out free
ly, as well as brings in with it much
Iu such cases, then, we must have
more ventilators, that is, they must be
placed nearer together. In our crib, that
is tdx feet wide, and long enough to
hold 3,000 bushels, we have windows
every twelve feet for throwing corn.
Three feet back from, and directly in
front of them, we place the ventilators.
They are not in the way in scooping in
the corn, and there the pile of corn is
alwavs the highest and most packed,
atid from that point each way the corn
ro'.is down and is clean and loosely
packed faniiest fron tho ventilators.
Ibe beating that always starts up in a
crib can? s an upward draft through the
Teritiiat-.TS which carrlf off moisture
ard reioces !ttmpc rsinre to tie sating
How do vou mske the ventilators?
The stance from foor to rx-f is four
teen feet. Wc rip out fMir f trips Hiree
inehe wide and fourteen feet loDg. We
thea make four frames of inch boards
four inehp square. To these four frames
we. n:iil the four long strip.-, through
which the corn will not pass. Wo, bore
holes iu the floor where the ventilator is
to sit, rind put up the veutnakir, fast
ening to the floor and roof so it will
keep its place.
The cost is trifling, but the. device is
satisfactory in ils results. We have seen
men throw rails in cribs of wet corn to
let the air in. If the rails are set in
perpendicular they do some good, as the
heated air passes upward beside them,
but if placed in horizontally they are of
little value, as they do not work with
the ascending gases struggling to pass
There is no excuse for a great crib of
moldy corn. By such a device one can
begin to crib corn a week earlier than
without it. That week's gain, too, on
some of tl.i '1 ittom lauds , when over
flows come may save the crop.
These ventilators cost little, occupy
little space in the crib, mid yet let ofl
vast quantities of heat and moisture
from the pile of new corn.
A Japanese Legend.
There is a romantic love story told of
a monk named An-Chin, who lived in
tho neighborhood of Osaka, and was
celebrated as a leech as well as noted
for his piety. It happened that tlio
wife of the principal man of vMie of the
many villages near Osaka fell tick and
Aii-Chiii was asked to visit her as priest
and physician. The life of the wife was
saved, though it was a long time before
sins regained her health. Tho monk
made constant visits to tho house until
her restoration to health was complete,
when he announced his intention of
leaving that part of the country and tak
ing up his abode in a distant monaster'.
To his disniav, as a holv man and a
priest, he was told by t lie recovered wo
man that where he went she would go
too, as she was so much in love with'
him 6lie could not live except in his
presence. Ho reasoned with her upon
the wickeilne.-s of such a proeoduro,
urging her duty as a wife and his posi
tion as a priest, to all of which she
would not listen. Ati-Chin departed
secretly, and thought to hide himself for
awhile therein the Do-jo-ii Temple,
devoted to tho worship of the thousand
handed Kwannon. When he nearodtho
temple he discovered that a large boll
belonging to tho monastery was lying
on the ground, having been taken from
the belfrv then undergoing repairs. He
thought it would be a good place to hide
in, so he asked the brethren at the mon
astery to place the bell over him, which
The infatuated woman, as soon as his
flight bea:omu known u her, set out to
overtake him and pursued him with
rapidity. When the came to the River
Hidaka-gawa .-!io found it had become
a t aging torrent, that no boatman would
attempt to cross. IIcrj"aloin ragu was
ho strong that she wished she might be
changed into a dragon, that eho might
swim the swollen river. She became a
dragon, and pa-vd under the rnging
ll md. When she came to tho temple of
Do-jo-jii shu searched everywhere with
out finding thj monk and thought it
might he. p'j-vi'.'I'j'hM he had taken ref
uge' under the bell. As it was so he ivy
she could not overturn it (die coiled her
self about it and laMied it ofiirbu.ly with
In r tail that it bee , inn red hot and wheu
the tii'inki from the monastery canio to
bring the pi'is'uier fond tho next day,
they foimd nothing but a mass of char
n d boie s to t that their brother had
oor been there. Thi story has been
dtftmatrfed, and is told in gong r.nd
prose. There, are a number of rendition
of tl e incidents, ntid the locality and
iiauvs are often changed. The popular
and tii'in: wideiv in'i epted version is
known ! the story of An cliin-Ki'o-
Iliine, kio IIioh; being the name of the
love-Mi'icueii woman. There is no tem-
iioorMnuie iiiroiigiioiit the leiitn or
deadth ol Japan that has not alt. ached
toil some rtoiy of falnuoiis origin. -fun
French wine giotvei are annuaiiv be
coming more dreadful ol I'l'itornia
competition in the t . r 1 1 1. 1 . . tt ot ciiaiu
pague, and the California prodii'.'-r lire
annually becoming iit i ntiileut Unit
lhe will so'. II Mlpply the I'liiled M lies
w j T tt pure w i '.t . to take phiee o the
poh-'iicd and dni;;ii vt i'.-b now i-old
under the naui ol p i & - it vintage.
A tnati tif lu!i ihnii-ht and elevated
opinion a balloonl-l,
A World of (1001I.
One of the iT.oMt popuUr medicines now
':elore the Aun ri isu p ople, is HnpD ttets.
You Bee it everywhere. 1'eoph) take it
with go.id ( fleet. It builds them up. It
is not as pleasant to the taste as some other
Hitlers, as it is u"t a whisky drink. It is
more like tho old-fashioned bone set tea,
th'tt Iihs done a world ol good. If you
don't feel just right, try Hop Bitters.
The Girly Girl.
Tho girly girl, says tho Philadelphia
ProgrtKH, is the truest girl. She is what
she eeenis, and not a sham and a pre
tense '1 hcshingy girl hasa hard job of it
not to forget her character. The b(y girl
and the rapid cirl are likew ise wearers of
nia-ks. The girly girN never worry about
woman rights and woman wrongs. She is
a girl, and is glad of it. .She would not
be ft boy and grow up into a man and
vole and go away to war and 'puzzle her
brain about stocks for a kingdom. She
know s nothing about bushies, and does
not want to know anything about it.
Her aim is to marry some good fellow
and make him a good wife, and she
generally succeeds in doing both. Slio
delights in dress and everything that is
pretty, and is not ashamed to own that
she does. She is pleased when she is
admired, and lets you see that she is.
She is frminine from the top of her head
to the end of her toes and if you try to
draw her into the discussion of dry
themes she tells you gquaivly that the
conversation does not suit her. She is
the personification of frankness. There
is not a particle of humbug in her com
position. Here is health to the girly
girl! May her numbers never grow lesq.
. i -
Ten to Twenty Years of Success
lor a remedy that has in that time never
been wanting in all that is claimed for it
certainly ought to give confidence to those
who hive not (r.ei Mmraous Liver Regu
lator. The trial of it is attended with no
inconvenience, no danger.no doubt; it'it
will not cure you it csn possibly do you no
harm, and in no case of bilious headache,
constipation, liver diseue or its attendant
evils hus it ever been known to fail. Be
ware of bogus and counterfeit "SimmcDs"
gotten up to sell on the reputation of the
Pure Cod LiverOil made from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by C is well, Haztrd
fe Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
ami sweet. Patients who have oiicj taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Chatped Hands, Face, pimples, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Soap, ni'ide by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (3)
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound ranks first as a curative agent in all
complaints peculiar to women.
Woman's True Fiiend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is reudered whuu one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more pnrticulmly those com
plaints and wenkness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
Health, even when all other r medics fail.
A single tr.al always proves our sssrrtion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
titty cents a bottle Sold bv Harry W.
Vexeu Clergyman. .
Kven the patience of Job would become
(Xhatisied were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy pun all this be avoided
by simply u::ing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trid
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuli's
drug store'. (2)
D. F. Morgan, of Clay city, III., writes
his wife whs cubject to Httacks of sick and
nervous headache, and was entirely cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
and myself, great sufferers from Catarrh,
have been cured by Elys' Cream Balm.
My sense of smell restored and hralth
greatly improved. C. M. Stanley, dealer
in booth and shoes, Ithica, N. Y.
This elejant dreing
U preferred by thoie
who have u id it, to any
.iimllar article, on at
T &v j;'e"'i,ci,uipit,,y'
ii conumi matenaia
only that are beneficial
tn fVi train nt 1,.!.
Restores the Youthful Color to Crcy or Faded Hair
P.-irkcr! luir EaKam l finely perfumed and it
warranted to prevent foiling of the hair and to re
move dandruff and iidiiug. Hitcox & Co , N.Y.
ill.., at d.al.ri la drurt and eiMldsti.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you era a mechanic or farmrr, worn out with
overwork, or a moiUr run (town Ly family or houte.
bold dutieatry TAKKiu't 'oKCcH 'Ionic.
If you ere a lawyer, minijter or buinei man e.
haukti'd by mental .li ain or anxiou caret, do not take
Imojiicaun t kumuUnli.kutuie I'aik!t'i Gingr '1 onio
If you have I onmmption, Dypepaia, Rheuma.
Iim, Kidnty ('omriaimt, oranyoivorderofthelunga,
aiomach. lwela, bibod or rcrvn 1'Ai.KPii't GiNoaa
'1 onic will cure you. It itthe Creaiitt Mood Purifnar
And tlia Cctt and Surest Cough Cure Ever died.
If you are waiting away fioin ge, diskipation or
any di.ee or wciki"!sai:drriine a tlimu.anltelce
CilNOKK lOMCatenie; it will invigorate and build
you up front Cie fet dole but will nevrr intoxicate,
it haa aaved hundiedt of lives; it may lave youra,
CAUTION !nfu. all MitntllulM, Paili.r'lOlumTmlota
CMripof4 of lb. t.t rrntf di.l ft.rnli In tli. world, and UnUrly
diOr.Dt from frr-iratioiuof un r-r alotit. R.nd tor circular to
lilwvl A Ca M, V. toe, A l i.ui, at d.al.rt la drut.
CHEAT SAVINO Bl'VINO DOLLAR Slat
It n. h und lukiniK ft iinnte hat made tins
driiKhiful pertiiine exceedingly popular. There
lanotlilug like It, hunt upon huving KuiMM.
TUN kuuaiNB anu iijk lor tignauire ol
tn vnrf not lit.
lOhJIl,..,.!.. " 'T
Adv tlni.ilil a. .I..I.. i ..r......
LARclR SAVINU III'VI.VI lit. f7t.
f.-A' TV'. Jl MJ'T INT X. -
Chills and Fever.
Slmmona Liver Reftn
lator i-oon breake the
rhill and carrlea the
fever out ol the ayetem.
1 1 cures when all otbuf
r the relief .r.d care
tif ttu di'treaainK die
eas" ue sjimnioni Liv
Tho lteimlator will poalttwly cure this U-.-rlble
dlchno. We atacrt emphatically -vbat we know to
ahould not he regarded as a trlltlna ailment. Na
ture demand, the n tin oft regularity of the bowel.
1 berefort; wo' 'ft nature bv taking flinininna Liver
Uegulator. It ia liarniluaa, mild and effectual.
One or two table.poonftua will relieve all tho
trouble. Incident to a billoua elate, auch a Kauaea
Dizr.mcae, l)rownii:e. Dlatreae alter eating, a bit
ter bad tapte In the mouth.
MA LATH A.
Peraont may avoid all attack by occasionally
taking a dure of Mtnmona Liver lUyulalur to keep
the liver Iu healthy action. -
generally ari ing Tr im a disordered ttotnach, can
he corrected bv taking Slmmona Liver Regulator.
Simmon Ltver Regnlat r anon eradicate! thlt die
ease from the etteni, leaving the ekiu clear and
tree irum all impurities
Children Buffering with colic loon r-xpertence re
lief when bimmoue Ltver Regulator l admlniater
ed. Adult alio derive great beueflt from tbi
medicine. It '. not uupTeanant; it if harmleae
and effective, f uiely vegetable.
B LAD DEI I & KIDNEYS
Moat of i be dlveapee ol the bladder originate from
thote of me kidueya. Restore toe action of the
liver fully and both the kidneya and bladder will
JSrTake onlv the genuine, which always baa on
the w rapper the red 'L trade, mark and ilgQatare ol
For tale by all druggleta.
Manufacturer and Dealer tn
6h Btreew between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BOIUNG A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUXITIOS.
Sitfen Re iftited. All Kinds ot Keys Made.
PLOUX (iBUN AND IUY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiehest (Asb I'rkf Paid for Wheat.
I AJJJ.A1XJO untni
BS Nepve Restorer
Tlt VI TV L'O fl HE AT
r'JlntSE4F OS'li slhK .:( i V ('! KKHV1 AFFBO
fcfa,noNs.FiiJlKHii.Err.eto I.NKAM.IBLE if taken
fijjfiB direct i-i. 4nHtaftr firttdny'tu. Trett 4
Fa .haVrifs ftn xt hen receixl. hetid ntrnA. P.O. and
Kja.ipr.a.Wraef affliette to Iik .Ki.INK.MI Arek
i&3U.VhW"V" Set Orwgut btwu uf VrawU
TO CARD COLLECTORS.
"THE FROLIC OF THE FROGS."
Six original d' "k" e, Jtir-t nut, very funny, will be
Bent to aoy addreva ou receiptor 6 cot la Inatampi.
.1. It. LARK IN 4 (0, Bhffdo.N. V.
SOLE JIANTFACTCREU8 u?
" LITE." a I'nr Olive Oil Toll't Soap.
PORT GBAPB WINE
Spker's Port Grape "Wine !
roUK YEA KB OLD.
ri'IItS t'Er.EBUATF.l) NATIVE WINK la made
A from th'i Juico of tho Onorto ire, rataod In
thltcourty Ita Invaluablo tontc and "trennth
enliur prn..irt'''B are tinauriiiaaed bv any other
NatiVK Wine. H Itur 'he pnre Julreof tl e Orapa,
pniiiiiuru uniinr ,nr, opeur I own pnrannai lllpervl
non, Its ptnltv and irenu in no, are guaranteed.
Tin voiiin at child mav partitk of lie g 'nerom
qua'ttifii, anil th" weiike t Invalid ue It to advan
tif It la particularly bcnttflilHl to Ibeagod and
d. bllllai' d, xtnl mut.'d to the various ailment that
atTiTt tlih wniiker ant. It tainovory retpoct A
WINK TO UK KEI IK) OM. 18
Sneer's p. J. Sherry.
The IV J. MIKHtlV lea wine of Supor'or Char
acter and art ,kof tbo rlrhqual tleaor the grape
rmm wh rn Ii i. mad For I'urltv, Itlolr e-a, Fla-
vn and M dlcliiiil I'ropcrtitu, It will be lound no
exoiHed. Spcor's P. J. Brandy.
ThU ll'tANI) V .tanda tinrlvit'ed In this Country
hill tip; fur iiiitIit fur medicinal pu-nnare. u la a
jiurnritilM,itl(i!i rn , the grapn, and ron'atne val
ua'ilo medicinal prop'Tiiua. It baa a dalleato fla
vor, aim lur tn ilmi of the rap'-a, fmm which It la
disill'iid, "iirt ia In ureal, fav ir amnntf I1rt.elaa
f.mlllva. sun that the aiffunlure of At.FRHt)
MPKICR, l'n-calc, 'A. J Ii over tho cork of ouch
tsold Hy PAUL SCHUH
AND DV DHU(J:il8T!i EVKRYWH iCRK.
it litems i
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