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I J"" fjRS NO Ubt 4
r A ,jr$$!Vf ARLBAKINO P0WDEfNJ
i'i if?' ITAMBOUNDTORISr
PURE CRtAM TARTAR.
Idil urn uriiuy injurious suln-mm-uN run lie fullinl
In An-lrown' Pearl Unking Powder. Ih iw
lively PURE. liciimeiuur-d, Mi'l u!iiuoliiiiln
reoeiveil I rum mic-h i-hcmhth nsK. llunii Hays, Una.
ton; M. Iielufontniiie, df -hirnuo; unci tiustuvus
Bode, Milwaukee. Never oi in hulk.
C. E. ANDREWS & CO.
2S7. JM .V
r.M ! Wilier"-
Kvwy Corset is wim-iinted i.ntio
factory to it wenmr in vrr v.av,
or tun money will he nt.inll by
the person from whom itwiisboiiiilit.
ThC'nlv-Ci.i-vi-t rt.ii'iur.cc'l I'V our U:niir :r .1 . - I'i'tin
nut lnilrliii. lo lit" eiu-'-r. mi'l t n'.' "I l' hi'luf- ii
tlw ' in.wl , ..mioi'ti.l.., ulel (-llil. l.llii (i I elMl vrcr
"""k" rilH f.l.f M.ill, Pe.fuse l'l.t J i
llo.Hk I'rf rtlnit. I.M. hell-V.liill.ic.
Abdmlnl (citra benvjr i I 'J . Niitn. 1.5
Health I'rvorrt'lna flai- eutll fi.OH. J'urufftia
M.lrt -min'ri:"rf. I .;.
For sale lemlll.tt KrlH li lrr veri here.
t Hit' WiO tOJIsKf CO.. IiIuuko, III.
It a preparMion of I'rotnxlitn of Iron, PmivliB
Hark nuil lliu riimjilntleH. ukkhi IiiUmI with ih
VrKi'lulile Ariiii;itli . Kmlomeil hy tli Medical
rroltidiin, nml reenninieniJcil ly litem for lyn
pf mIk. (arnrntl Irbllll.v. I'rnmlr Il.
(Barn, Wniilof JVrrvoim I'ron
IrMlion, 4 out nlex-ence from lrn
unit t lironttt 4 lillla nml f'rtfr. Uiktvc
tvery purjo.-o wIuth a 'J'umc b iiccesnary.
KinufaclnrcJ tj TLe DrJarlff Medicine Co, Sf.lonil
Tlif following l on of Hie very many tcsUmo
DliiU w ait' rt'tvivliiK dally;
6fn"'i Some lliree niuiillin mn I bffnn the
one of I hi. lUiMLU'H Ikus 'Ii.M( , ujirin tlie id
Vlrp of uiiny fi ieuil ho knew tin virlun. 1 nil
unVr!iir In.m (feneral debility In njeh an extent
Ihal Ui) labor wancxeeedlnpl) tuirilnmiine tome.
A vaeatlini of a uionlli did Hot (me me much ru
lief, Imt tm lliu contrary. ' followed by In
cnxmi proktr.iMun ant "IliWine eliilh. At lid
time I begun the iwv of your Iiion Tunic, from
wlileb 1 refined alinnht lminedtaie and wonderful
remltH. 'llieoldcnurKy rt tinned anl 1 foiiinlUiat
my natural forto w.ia not (ernianently abated. J
linve ued tlin-e Ixmb nof (liel usic. Mnee uln
It 1 have done tw lee the latmr Hint I ever did III the
tame time during my iihicn, and with double tlia
tue. Willi Die trainiil in rve and lI'irol body,
lia come ul) a cb arnesi uf tlnMu'ht never before
enjoyed. If the Thnu: liai not done Uie uri, 1
iuuw nut what. I iiUe It the credit.
J. I. WAtsi
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 1S79. I'aatort UrUllaji Church.
Sale by Druggists and General Dealers Everywhere
TUa' terrible c oiirae lever and auue. and ltd
roiiKi ner, binoiK temitt' lit, bejile alfectlonn uf
thii lit'j iiaeii, liver aid li. weU. nrodured by riUh
inntlr. Klrand water, are both i radicnted mi'l pre
enti il by the un- of Il ixletierV Mioiu.irh Ulllcm,
a pun I) veeiiible elixir. Indo'nd bv plnli inni,
and inoie cxicindveiy ummI M remedy for the
above cla ol diHurderi. ai- well an for many olltvre
tlian any liieilirlne of t he at-e.
Koraale by all DnwiNin mid tiealern iienurally.
I aul Micurr tun
Vim iiH-ii.ii.' In .'Urliiv Ji.r,i ui u.i. iii.uuT kLi.
iiii,.-lirv.u. Ileblllly, l,i,l.i,, Ora.nlo
"ii .Ulinrrhwit. Hynh
Atfeellmia apeelitllr IreBled "u .iintilin .r t la.
plillllle iil Merearlul
U.VC , -!"'' irrai.ii u .Hiiuiui i.rilii'liil,
tint mo- imiwii,... i .ii ... ni, i, .ut ol u
lliill ta Iw aiLWrirl li. iIii.h. rii.tiu. ?.
(rrrudtulrrlnir fr UularrSiauin M-nrt lli.lr aililmLx
la i.Oiln. U Ihrlr uI,,hI,i. Il I. uul a IruT J
Adrlma, Ill I m, l Nil, hu, m. u.als 111
ww HUKMiJte vjkb t ii i in v y haiih.
HARRIS REMEDY COe.J&ii,.
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...... aua i-njau-al Ualul.
li. ftamatuia ih.u.tlua u.
Ji.ll .,,, ,i,MMn, ,.-.,,
Tu. H..rt, if put u, i. rii aitir.!'
Muf .f il- mi uio.1. .1 1' alt mui iW , iHuJi
1 1 CELEBRATED
aaJ A favorite prescription nf one of tbe
noal 00td and aueciwaful .iieelalbta In tin-1'. H,
I now relin-di lor llieeureof reoM OrbUUy,
Mimt Mmk4, llJ(Haiiil itrwy. rwot
tu (ilalu u.w-en veloperc. Jrugg.ila tan nil 11
M4mt DR. WARD A CO.. Louielitia. Mo.
Monday Evenino, Supt. 18, 1882.
Tlio "hot wave" that swept aver tlio
ctmiitry Btill lingers in tliisBectioa and to
day lias been burning hot in tho sun though
tempered somewhat by a brink cool breeze
from tho BouthwcBt.
IJuainm bIiowb Blight signs of waking
up, very Blight, however, and wo may
yet havo a good fall trade in leading arti
cles. V LOU It-Prices aro eauy and requiro
shading to emxt largo sales. Tho demand
is Mr and tho last few days receipts have
been more liberal.
HAY We note a better feeling in choice
and holders aro asking a small advance.
Thero is uo call for low grade hay.
C'OUN Nominally unchanged. Thero
is none selling.
OATS Steady and firm, stocks aro not
largo and considerable inquiry has been
developed in last few days.
MEAL Dull and unchanged.
BRAN Easy and quiet.
HITTER Strictly choice is in active
request. Common is overstocked and very
EGGS Scarce and in active demand.
CIIICKENS-Scarco and active. Re
ceipts lull bhort of tho demand.
Wales and Quotations.
NOTK. Tlio jnlr.ua Cera tveu are for aalea lioin
Ami liHUdf In round lots. Ao advance I.'
char fed for broken lotsin uilltiK0n1ur.
4X1 Varlours nradu,
.nil bb: choice
an) bill fancy
lmi bbls XI
4 Siit5 fin
4 T5&4 8 i
, .... 4 TU
I'D bbU chulce
r car choice
I car pnuw timothy.
A cam choice timothy.,
2cars good mixed .,
Mixed Id bulk 63
White in bulk W
3 cam choice in bulk on track M tti
W 11 BAT.
No. 2 Ked, per bu !)
No. U Modilorauuau Uj
3il libit City iu lute 3 33
.nouncke - 65&70
f pouuda strictly choice Northern 22313
;l pounds choice northern loij,!
3 m poundii choice northern packed tti
J pouudii ttouthern IHIdoIb 13
Ifl dozen Id
) dozen.... ... 1H
I'AI dozen 16
live chulee 9 Uail UI
S coops mixed a 00
3 coop choice bens H (Hi
ti coop choice young 2 002,2 73
I'holrenew 1 (it
I'vr bufliel 0U6'l
rotatoee per bbl 2 Ol
" bunli , 30
'iiii.whtd M u-va.r.
I'laln In mi nuiie
8. C. llama I'iJ
Clear 'idea 17
... . 1 00
i' bilrbel biirlapD
ft biinhel '
a buehul "
. .... W... . . . t
irani!, choice per bos
Lvinoim choice pur box ., ,,6 OOiiVI) W
I'eac.hea, halve and iuartur
uuoicu iniiuium ,
i. ream ,
I ail, llteell lu
ry runt choice
llry Halt.. m H lKilS
U " : tXUil
TUB DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN:
Common Luijb $4 1MI
(iood I UK i li MKi8 4 00
owL-af. 4 14 M"'
Medium Lear b nift l Mi
0o 4 Leaf B M4 1 u
KATES OF FIIEKIUT
drain lUy Flour I'urk
fowl. fewt. f. Mil, mbbl
Menl-lila, Ml 13 20
.. . vtlrluaiiH, 13 IV4 m 4
nfieua,Ark WA sW :
Vlckliur, 17 83 &')
ONE FXPEUIENCE FROM MANY.
I have been sick and miscrablo bo long
and hud caused my husband bo much trouble-
and expense, no one seemed to know
what ailed me, that 1 was completely dis
heartened and discouraged. In this frame
of my mind I got a bottle ot Hop Hitters
and used them unknown to my family. I
soou began to improve and gained so fust
that my husband and family thought it,
strange and unnatural, but when I told
them what had helped mo, they said,
Hurrah for Hop Hitters! long may they
prosper, for they have made mother well
and us happy." Tho Mother.
Cash Well Spent.
Money expended in personal adornment
is often foolishly wasted upon articles of no
intrinsic value. A bottle of Sozodout, how
ever, is woith its weight in gold to anyone
troubled with poor teeth, and its price is
cash well spent by the purchaser. Though
it will not make the teeth regular, they
who use it are anton'islicd at the rapid im
provement it effects in the dental row.
Moreover, they brcatho sweetness, and have
healthy gums and ruddy lips
Personal ! To Men Only !
The Voltaic Helt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic lidts and Electric Applicancc on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and mauly vigor. Ad
dress as above. N. B. No risk? is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Tanner, the Faster, Outdone.
The details of a mot niarvclom ease
of protracted abstinence from food has
just become fully known, though it has
been going on in Forsyth, Cm., for
abmt two months. Peter Coolev, a mu
latto, hailing from Anderson. S. (',,
was arrested about June 1 in Monroe
county on a charge of burglary and
committed to j;til to await his trial at
the August term of court. He express
ed his determination never to go to the
chain gan;i, stntiif; that he preferred to
starve, lie steadily refused food for
weeks, as can be testified to by Sheriff
C. A. King1 and Deputy Sheriff J. II.
King, who has charge of the jail ami
sees to the feeding of the prisoners. Ho
alw ays refused to eat,- ana while it was
then left in his cell the food was always
found afterwards untouched.
He often begged Sheriff' King to let
him have a razor, under pretense of
wanting to shave, and also asked the
loan ot his knife, but as Mr. King sus
pected bis intention he was never al
lowed any kind of instrument But he
still adhered to his purpose of self-destruction,
and after a month's total ab
stinence from food Mr. King called Dr.
L. li. Alexander in to see the prison
er to ascertain his condition. He was
found considerably reduced, but free
from all symptoms of insanity, beinir,
in fact, quite rational and intelligent.
He reads ;md writes well, and is much
above the averago of his race. Mr.
King and Dr. Alexander finally prevail
ed on him to sip a little milk punch,
which lit; did under compulsion. Hut
he has continued to resolutely refuse nil
food, and can be induced to tasto only
milk punch or wine occasionally.
Like Dr. Tanner, he drinks water
freely, but outside of that he hasn't
taken enough nourishment in over two
months to keen an ordinary man alive
three days. He. ),as lost about sixty
pounds of flesh, and is merely a skele
ton. Ho cannot walk a step, and can
only get up with assistance; When ly
ing quiet he has the appearance of a
dead man. Micon (G't.j Telegraph.
No one wants to read llowery writing
nowadays. Common sense rules tho
pen. A poetic youth wanted to inform
the prosaic world that there had been a
fall of snow: "The angels rustled their
wings at the hour when Aurora goes
forth to fullil her mission, ami the earth
wad covered with a fleecy mantle of
white." Hut the editor quietly dropped
it into the waste-basket, and wrote in
stead: "Snow fell this morning." Here
is an example, from a country paper, of
the ambitious style of a weather' para
graph: "After a long period of unset
tled weather, it must have gladdened
every one yesterday morning when the
sun, with all his glorious brilliancy nnd
splendor, shone forth, with golden ray
scattering cloud ami mist, and with his
cheering beams and glowing smile
causing tho birds to sing, tho trees of
tho forest to rejoice, arnithe flowers of
the field to unfold themselves in bright
array." Why not havo simply stated
that lino weather had at last set in? It
was also a country brother who thus be
gan a paragraph announcing the sud
den demise of a local shoenuiker: "Wo
aro being constantly reminded of tho
inexorability of death -the certain, and
it may bo sudden, visit of 'tho anjrel
with the amaranthine wreath,1 as death
is so beautifully designated by Longfel
low and it is our painful duty to-day
to chronicle the melancholy fact that
one who has played his part, and played
It well in life, has passed through na
ture to eternity." No editor would
pay a penny a lino for that sort of thing
iu these enlightened times.
riay, you think, comes naturally to
puppies, kittens, children, and nil young
things yes, if they lead natural lives!
Hut shut your kitton, for a week, up la
a box, without much light or air, or
even a cotton reel to roll about, ami neo
how much it will play whon it is at last
set free. Play is the voluntary
exorciso of all our faculties utuler nseiiso
of freedom; where wo exert ourselves
because- we liko, and not bocauso wo
must, that power is developed by exor
else -and excrciso only. It is, m fact
a branch ol ouucatiou that is veru nmeit
TUESDAY MORMNO, SEPTEMBER 19, 1882.
Chills and Fever.
Hlininona Liver Hokii
Itilor foon breula the
rhilU and carrlee the
fever out ol theietatem.
It cure when all other
Kr the roller and cure
of till dlntremiliiir die
ene ime Sluimoin Liv
The Regulator will pnMllvely cure thU U.rlble
illKeaHu. We avaerl emphatically what we know to
bu I rut).
nhould not bo regarded u trilling ailment, Na
ture ileiniiiiilH the lit nml1 1 regularity of tho bovvela.
Therefore atnlHt nature by taking Siiiinioim Liver
UcKitlator. It is liamiluHH, mild ami ellectuul.
One or two tablcHpooiifiilH will relieve all the
troubled lurhleiit to u blliniia slate, audi am Naucea
)i.zIiieB, lirowHliu-HH, DlBlrens alter eat I UK, a bit
ter had iHr-tu lu the mouth.
IVinDiie may avoid all iittiirke by occasionally
Ink i n u a ilnno of Minimum Liver lictilutor to keep
the liver in healthy action.
J J AD 13 UK ATI I!
Keiicriilly arising fram a rtinordored atomacb, car,
be corrected by taking Hliiiiuona Liver Htxulator.
Slminona Liver Kegulat r loon eradicate! tlila din
eaee from the aatein, leaving the eklu clear and
free from all luipurltiei.
Children nilflVrlns with colic eoon experience re
lief when Siniinona Liver KeKiilutor la adinlnlHter
ed. Adults ill no derive treat beneilt from till"
medicine. It is not unpleasant; it la barmlces
and eflectlve. I'urely vetjetablit.
I J I j A 1 J DKIi&K IDN EYS
Mont of i he dir-eaio-o ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidney. Hectore the action of the
liver fully aud both the ktdueye and bladder will
Take only the genuine, which alway has on
the wrapper the red Z trade uiurk aud piKUalurc ol
.1.1 1. Z 10 1 LIN & CO.,
For sale by all druurista.
tin: m:m iu:mciy.
HOPS H HALT
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
This new Petiiedy la compounded
from the best know a curatives, auch aa
lo-ia. Malt Extract, Laicara Sagrada
(Sacred Burki, Buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsapa::lla. combined with aa agree,
able Aromatic Elixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulate the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
They Promote Dilation
They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
re the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Aik your Lirucgi-.t for them, and be sure
that the Libel has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
3 in large red letters.
pT7"Take no other.KJ
At WTioletale and Ketail by all dealers.
HOCU ESTER MEDICI E CO.,
Xocheiler, W. T.
Indian Blood Syrup.
I i IlVklien.lu I lt-r.. III..
Ij'W" eiiHi-H. Fever nml Ane
1 1.1 l HlK'iiniHtiKin, DiopHV,
J fJ nenri niseilhe, lllllollH-
ih-bh. nervous iM'iiiiuy
TIIF. liKHT liKMKDV KNOWN TO MAN !
hvdve Tliousiind liottles
Sold Since 180!
I'll A Svrtln lnun.iini.nii . . A l. ..!. o.Mna . Il
- . . . n-,rr-.,n iiiiivi i'i tiiiti t icn . JbHLIIIJ
U KtCH I hi' r.tVHllm. In tli j. t. ii I .... .. 1, l,.V.
r.j.,,.., , ruuin, viiil.il tOUICItP
the starrh and sucar of the food Into kIiicosb. A
deflrleiii-y inptyaiiiie cauaes wind and souring ol
ti.u r....i in ii . i. i .
"w, 1 1 no- sioioaeii . ji me medicine Jl waen
Immediately Itfliir futllur lliu rrnit.ill.il..i. I. ....I
B3 m u 11
It nets upon the Mver.l
It arts upon the Kidneys,
It IteKiilitici the HowcIh,
II I'urllles tho lilood.
It Quiets the Nervous System.
It I'mmoteii IllRfHtlon,
It NotirlhlicH, Htrentrt hens ami Invigorates,
It CarrleHoll the Old 111 I hiiiI nmk.es New.
It Openit tin, pores of tlif hkln anil liiiluc
It nniilrall.i s tho hereditary tamt, or poison in
the blood, which gnniiratea Scrofula. EryHlpelan,
and all manner of bkln IMneasei ami Internal hu
mors. There are no spirits employed In Its m aim fact urn
and it r an hetuken by the most. delicate baliu.nr by
the aiod and Im lile. euro only bulng ru(iilred lu ul
tentii n to directions.
(alva, Ilonry County, Ills.
1 wneautTerliiR from Sick Headache and Uir.nl
miss so that I could not attend to my household du
ties, and a short trial of Or. Clark Johnson's Indi
an lilood Syrup tlt'ectuallv riired me.
AlHsj 1IKLKN ELK1NH.
Waterman Klallon, DeKalh Co., Ills.
This Is to certify Ihat I)r Clark Johnson's Indlnn
Blood Hvrup has riired mu of I'ttln In thu Hack. It
tea valuable medicine. Alios WOOD,
Centre III1I, White Co., Ark.
This Is to cerliry that I was aflllcted with Palpi
tation of the Heart for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended more to
weaken mo than they did to strengthen. I Sc last
res Ived to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian lilood
Hymp. which proved to hu a positive cure-not on
ly curing the Heart Disease, hut also a Sick Head
cb which had been Iroiibllnii me.
I was alllicted wllli Liver Complaint 4nd Dyspnp
sla and railed In tt relief, althongh using mndl
clnes from our best doctors. I uominencea Using
Dr. .lohiiHou'i Indian lilood Hvrnp, aud aahort trial
cured me. , T. W. KlSINU, Mollnu, III.
This rerllflei Ihat fr. Clark Johnson's Iutllan
rtloiid Hymp Ins effectually cured me of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot bo said In praise of It .
W. K. W1MMKK, llodford, Mo.
A if en ts wanted for the sale of tbe Indian lilood
Pyrnp in every town or villiigu, In whlrtt I have no
agent, Particulars given ou application
DKUOUIMT8 SELL IT.
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