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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum uriiiiy lnjurlimw niliiiimos oitn I found
In AniirewK-' VcarlDakinc Powder. Is
lively PURE. Hiiin tMilirr.i-l. aixl testimonial
ivoelVod trout s'K'li chembt nsS. Dunn liny, Huh.
ton; M. Pclufotitfiiiio, of Chicago; Btnl liustnvui
liode, Milwaukee. Sever koM in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
CTTIC A GO, M ILWAUKEE, .,
! Michigan AV. 2S7. 'JS'J & li'Jl E. Water w-
V.vorv ("oi'iot in -wnrntlitc il siilhi-
lactory to lt wenrev in every vnv,
or tlm money will bo limited ly
the person from w bom it hh 1 ioui:l i 1.
Thi-nnlvCorsi't pr'inmir.i'i'il r If? : I l-.v-l-'liiiH
"lis i iui...tmiiifiri.l'l nel p-rt.rt iiihi ' ' '''
made," rRfvKii hy vnll, l'..o.(t- r.ii.ir
Health I'reseri lii. l.ftO. H, ir.A J'...Hfc-, 1 .
Abdominal (extra heavy) SS.lM). NiimIhr, I -
Health 1're.orvlnB iBoti cuiilll' " l'"
ptl.lrt ruiirtiur. !...
Kor.iile bv leuilliitf ISi-mli ll'iiti"-" everywhere.
Chicago cok< t ., rMiMn-o, Hi.
la a prrpimiluii of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian
Kark ami rhosphutoa, associated villi tlia
Vegetable Aromatic. Endorsed by the Medical
Profusion, ami recommended liy them for Iy
f pain, J-iu-riil leMlllr. innlo IH.
raa-. Want of Vitality, Niriom lro
(ration, t'onTalearvnt1 from fever
and 4 lironlct hill anil fever, llaervea
every purpose where a Tomc la necessary.
Manufactured bj The Dr. Barter Micine.Co, St. Lon'm
The folloTrliijt 1 one of I lie very many tcstlmo
blalt we are ructivlng dully:
Otntlmrn:-Sonic thrre monllis ago I brpan the
one of Hit. lfAHTBlt't Iiion Tonic, niion tlie ad
Vice of ninny fi lciula wlin knew lu vlrluea. 1 l
ulfertng from (rcni'ral di tilliiy to aurh an extent
tliat uiy liitior waaexrvciliiifilv tmnliMiaoinv tn lue.
A vacation of a month dtil not irlvt me nitu li r
fief, tiul on tlie tonlraair, win followed
crcaard prostration aii'l alnkln clililH. At tlila
time I Uiian tlio ne of your Ihon Tonic, from
which I realize) alinoxt InuneiHitte ami womlerlul
rviulta. Tlioold ciH-i fry retumeit unl 1 found that
my natunil loive w.ia not permanently nhated. J
have used three hollloa of (lie Tonic. Klnee UHlng
HI have dune twice the luhor tlmt J ever did In tho
amc time during my IHiicm, ami with douhlu tha
eaae. Villi thu tniminll nerve ami vIkoi ofhody,
baa come alsoaoh ai nesi of llxmulit never betorj
anjoyed. If the Tumi: linn not done the work, I
know nut whitt. 1 plvc It tlie credit.
Troy, 0., Jan. 1, 187P. ' Pastor t linn'tlau Church.
TSatebj DruggUts and General Dealsrt Every when
. CT W W f-. U
Tha' teirihle m onrnire levi r "lid iiKHe. unit lln
roiiK'-ner. IiiiImu. renilit. til, lnld'' ntl'i-rtnma of
tho to nacn, liver and lo-wida. lon iin'ed oy ii lu"
matic i-lranrt wter. an linth eriidicnted and pre
vented hy the ne of ilui tter'K K'nm.irh llittera,
a purely veko tiihlf elixir. Indo io d hv iliyleliinii,
and iimre eH'i-nnlvi'.y ueil n n renn'dy for I In
above c.la-" of il murder. a v. til ai tor many ot Intra
than anv mnlMne of tic- utie.
Kortale hy all J)ru-L'lntJi and (teulera item-rally.
A favorite linwrrlnllnn nf
moat noted and kui cpi.hI'uI .H'iitllNiH In the f H.
mow reiiredi lor Iherun-nf Aereoiia UrbilUu,
f.omt Mf-homl. Hul(HFaaiiil Itrmti. Hent
Lo piain "iivelo. frrr. liriituituii au Nil IU
Addraii OR. WARD & CO.j LoniiitnaMa
Vftua itviurt Hi
tBbff tMTlebo tit our In diM-Msi't g (ttt IUimhT, MklM unA
WriaknvaMi 4uniirrkuiA, ) iiliUitlv .1.1 Wt r urlwl
AfftwUwi ftierrlnlly Iri ikd on - iri,iiftr ,rui
tk M tv1 tun rnuill. ( all or vrtu ur l.int ut Vuua
(PrMMWaRrrlaa truM Myilurata,iHl4 w1 t,r 'ltr
M4 Imhw HWlhlii In llwlr,aiilu. II k am Uiiu.B
MORI w vm iinwerrq nj nwwr hwiiiiii iri-iinHi nr lltkll.
Ailra, lK. HI TT, l . Hik Hu, ai, Uih ak
. MTAHUCULU tiVKII 111X11 I V iKAkt.
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Tie Now Explosive-Virite.
A consular roport from Swt'tlon
Midi by the Foreign Ollieo gives u do
Bri)ti(in of a now explosive called sebits
tine, wliii-li, it is fiii'ul, lias compcled
must favorably with dynamite, Sebas
tino appears to 1k an cxjilosivo based
upon nitroglycerine, but safer to liamlk
than the ordinary dynamite, while more
powerful in ell'ect and cheaper to pur
chase. The greater safety of sebaslinc
depends on two circumstances first,
that tho explosive oil is moro complete
ly absorbed and bound by a specialty
prepared charcoal and other ingredients,
ami, secondly, that in ordinary cases it
requires no percussion cup to explode.
As to use in mining it is reported that
the new sebastine is exploded simply by
tho fuse, providing the bore hole is prop
erly secured by a stronger wadding, a
in an ordinary charge of blasting pow
der. According to ollicial statements
there lias not been one sitiglo instance
of accident happening when using the
new sebasline. The Swedish (Jovern
ment having ordered tmls of sebastim:
against dynamite, it is said to have been
proved that sebastine was far superioi
in etl'ect and about eipial in force to
Knglish gun-cotton when used in torpe
does. The Consul at (iothenburg adds.
"As an explosive of great power, ami
ottering superior security, particularly
for mining and similar purposes,!, would
recommend the new sebasline, or, more
properly, its improved form, virile, tt
the notice of Her Magcsty's (loveri'
mcnl." Manchester (Juardian,
"Well, what do you hear about the
Keydive?" said a Last Chance man yes
terday in front of the postottice.
"lie's having quite a picnic asnear a
I can get at it. Old (ium Arabic and
tho Kerdivn have hud a set-to, it seems,
at Alexander," said a man from tho
Oregon Short Line.
"Well, now that Arabi I'.ey has sour
ed on the Khedive, I 'spose we may look
for perdition to he poppin1 purty plen
tv," said the fat man from Council
11 11 lis.
"Speaking about the Kerdeeva," said
a young man with tight pants and a
wealth of peeled nose, "what is his po
sition relative to the Egyptian (Jovern
ment?" "Why.theKeddiv is the High Tycoon,
the Big Injun; the High Mucky-Muck ol
the ranche. 'He's tho governor and
Arabi 15ey has throwed oil" on him,"
said tho train dispatcher on tho North
"Well, what did he want to throw ofl
on the Kerdeeve fur?" interrogated the
cow gentleman, just in from the trail.
Just then, however the man was call
ed away, so that he never got at the
true inwardness of the Egyptian trouble,
arid is a little mixed also in the pronun
ciation of the Khedive's name. Boom
erang. iimp a --
A Complicated Case.
A Toronto mun, troubled with inces
sant ringing in his cars, awoke at about
4 o'clock the other morning, and, aftei
listening for some time to a very mo
notonous whistle, came to the conclusion
t hat the sound came from his own brain,
and was caused by excessive smoking.
He resolved to give up the lilthy habit.
Tho noise not ceasing ho arose and took
a dose of bromide in the hope of getting
rid of the annoying sensation. A little
later ho discovered that tho whistling
came from the hike and not from his
head. Tho anti-tobacco resolut ions were
refused a second reading. Then the
fear that there was w steamer on lire
took possession of his mind, and he
hastened down to tho bay only to find
that the cause of tho unusual disturbance
which he had taken bromide to allay
was i fog whistle. Had he not discov
ered the extra-cranial source of tho
whistling tho fog whistle on tho island
might have cured an inveterate smoker,
and a new and novel application ol
coast warnings would have been found.
Jefferson aud his Violin.
Mrs. Martha Skelton was rich, accom
plished, beautiful, and a widow whose
ago included but twenty-three years.
Of course, she had many admirers
among the young Virginians of her day.
One of them was "Tom' Jeflerson, then
a young lawyer, esteemed for his tal
ents, but by no means remarkable for
the grace of hrs person or the beauty of
his face. "Tom's" acentuidishnients
were a persuasive manner, ami ability
to sing a song and play on tho violin.
The Widow Skelton enjoyed her free
dom and the attention of her admirers.
Several of them entertained "hopes,"
but her manner expressed no such pref
erence as satisfied their ardent desires.
One day, two of her suitors, bent on
learning their fate from her own lips,
met in the hall of her house.
The sound of music caused them to
listen. Tho widow was playing on the
harpsichord and singing a love song,
while Jeflerson accompanied her with
his voice and violin.
Something in the song, and in tho
manner of her singing, showed them
that "no" would bo her answer, if they
pressed their suit. Quietly leaving the
hall, they mounted their horses ami rode
away, sadder but w iser men. In a day
or two the engagement of Mrs. Martha
Skelton to Thomas JcU'orson was among
the rumors of the day.
Jell'i'ison was always fond of tho vio
lin. When his parental homo was burn
ed ho asked, "Are all the books destroy
ed?" "Yes, niassa, dey is," answered the
'old family servant, who knew his mas
ter's pet vanity; "but we saved do
1 a rm .
A Stiff-Ncckod Tarmor.
A California fanner.wholiad his neck
broken by driving into his barn door,
which was too low for him, was told by
a doctor that there were H'.i'J chances in
l.ouu against his recovery. He took tho
one chance and was strapped to a board
with a kind of fence supporting his neck,
where ho was forced to lie, without
moving, for two months. The slightest
motion would havo crushed tho spinal
column and put an end lo him. At the
end of livo weeks an attendant happen
ed to Nay that a man who could livo with
a broken neck like that never could bo
hung. This made him laugh, in conse
quence oi winch the fastening:
loosened, and the whole work of
ing came very near having to bo
all over again,
In Paris the sleeves of evening gowns
are looped up with two rosettes or "pom
pou" on eneu shoulder.
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28, 1882.
Warranted not to coDtnio a single article,
of mercury of uny injurious or mineral sub
stance, but to consist entirely of medicinal
roots aud herbs, which is tho reason "Him
mons Liver Regulator is bo cffcctunl yet so
. "This medicine is acknowledged to have
no equal as a liver medicine, containing
those Southern roots and herbs, which on
allwisu Providence has placed in countries
where diseases prevail.
"Ru.TiMOUE Euiscopai, Methodist."
The Golden Paradise of New Mexico.
A story, about which there is a fas
cination it is impossible to resist when
you hear men tell it, says the Las Cru
sas l!ciubtican, is that of the "Homo of
('Sold.1' Somewhere in southwestern
New Mexico, in tho Sierra Madre, it is
said there is a wonderful valley. Small,
inclosed in high, rocky walls, and ac
cessible only by a secret passage, which
is known to but a fow, is this extraordi
nary place. It is about ten acres in ex
tent, lias running through it a stream
which waters it thoroughly, and makes
it a perfect paradise, with its exquisito
flowers and beautiful trees. In it are
thousands of birds of the most beautiful
plumage. Running across it is a ledge
of pure gold about thirty feet wido,
which glistens in the sunlight like a
great golden belt. Tho stream crosses
this ledge, and, as it runs, murmurs
around blocks of yellow metal as others
do around pebbles. The ledge of gold
is supposed to be solid gold, and to run
down into the center of tlib earth. Tho
legend is of Indian origin, and around
it clusters a number of Indian stories,
in which tho name of tho ill-fated Mon
tezuma occurs frequently. The descend
ants of tha Aztecs believe firmly that
the day will come when Montezuma
will return and free them from the de
Bcendants of the Conqneslodores. They
believe that the money necessary for
this work will be taken from the Mad
i Salt Water Etiquette.
Most every one in Washington knows
Judge Pat llawes, of Nebraska. Tho
judge is a genial, pleasant fellow, and,
though having worn for years the ju
dicial ermine, is not a whit like the av
erage jurist stern, stolid and indiffer
ent. On the contrary he is, to use a
common phrase, "one of tho boys."
One day last week the judge, by way of
escaping the heat of the city, hied him
to Ocean City, where he indulged in
salt-water baths lo his heart's content.
The second day after his arrival he put
on his handsome spangled bathing suit,
and was the object of admiration of all
the other bat Iters. He cavorted around
in tho water with the agility of a cat,
and many complimentary remarks were
made about the judge's excellent swim
ming qualities. Two or three gentle
men whom the judge knew were "duck
ed" by him, and they all took it good
naturedly. Hyo-and-byc, tho judge
espied a handsome lady who would bal
ance the scales at l'JO. Going gently
up behind her he caught the lady around
tho waist, and with a tremendous effort
throw her a half somersault. The lady
remained under the water about half a
minute. When she came up and bad
wiped the water from her eyes she turn
ed toward the judge and poured a tor
rent of abuse upon him. Tho judge
apologized the best he could and walk
ed away. He had gone over near bis
male friends, who had stood oil' for
some distance witnessing the circus bus
iness between the fat lady and Ihe judge,
when another gentleman came up, and
tappiii;;- the eminent juriston theshould
er said :
"Sir, vou ducked that lady over
"Yes, sir," said .Judge Hawos, "I
"Hut," said the gentleman, "do ou
"No, indeed, 1 never saw her in my
life," iv ponded .Judge llawes.
"I'ou't you think you assumed a
great deal in catching hold of a lady
whom you never saw?"
"It never occurred lo me that I had
committed an indiscretion. I saw tlm
other follows ducking the girls, and I
thought I would follow suit," ipiickly
spoke uplhe man whose judicial ermine
had ne er been spoiled.
"Sir," excitedly said the gentleman,
"you owe that lady an apology."
"I ju.st apologized lo lier," said the
judge, "but she wouldn't accept it."
"Then you owe me an apology.11
"All right," said the judge, "I most
humbly ask the pardon of both you and
your lady friend, but I'm a Westerner
and I'll .be hanged if I knew anything
about your salt water etiquette," saying
which the party broke up, all hands be
ing apparently satislied. Washington
Eado Fashionable Wouiou.
ISy incidents like the one related be
low Oscar Wilde justifies his assertion
that American society is rude even to
boorisliness: "lu Saratoga last week I
slopped at the Slates and Congress Hall
- two of tho best hotels, which one
would suppose would be patronized by
cultured people. While talking with
Judge lirady there a great crowd cams
around us, mostly women, and, finding
it a bore to be thus stared at, I moved
on into the office. There thev came
Hocking in after us. I went to tlie billiard-room,
but found no refuge there.
The women rushed there - ladies in silks
and crapes and laces, wilh diamonds in
t heir ears, bringing their daughters with
them. To balk the pursuit utterly, 1
fled to the bar-room. Will you believe
me that they canio there-in ten min
utes lilty to'oiie hundred of them till
ing up tho place almost? It seemed to
me a most painful and dreadful thing
tho bold-faced staring and half-audiblu
comment. It seemed much worse- than
the conduct of abandoned women. Why
didn't 1 say.'What'll you have, ladies?''1
Oh, it wouldn't have done any good,
aud all the country w"(uld have said 1
had insulted the ladies at Saratoga."
A visitor in Leadville, Col., says that
in one of the churches there Is iwinlico:
"Please do not shoot at the organist; ho
is doing his best."
I.ADV HKAtTiKiKKH. Ladies, you cannot
nitku fair skin, rosy checks, ami sparkling
eyes with all tho cosmetics of Prance or
heiiutillcrs of tho world, while, in poor
health and nothing will give yon such rich
blood, good health, etrength and heauty ns
Hop Hitters. A trial is certain proof.
Chills and Fever,
Htlnmotifl T.1vr Hot.ll.
inlor r-uun breaks the
t-lu 11m aud currlcn tha
fever out ol the avatem.
lictirua when all other
re mod lea full.
Y' t tho relief hud cure
of thla (lint refusing dis
tune uae Simmons Liv
The Repnlator will onitlvly cure Hits U.rlble
disease. We asaert cmphatlc-tilly what w kuow to
CONSTI PATION !
Hhniild not be reenrdud as a trtlllnn ailment. Na
ture demumls the titiuoH regularity of tho bonl.
Therefore aanlst nature by tiikliiu Simmons Liver
Ki'KUliilur. It Is hurnilem, mild and effectual.
One or two liitilofpoonfulH will rellevs all the
troubles Incident, to a bilious slate, such as Isiausca
Dizalnc, Drowsiness, Distress Hller eating, a bit
ter bud tKte In the mouth.
Persons may avoid all uttaiks by occasionally
tukinu a dose of Simmons Liver Hi'Kiilator to keep
the liver lu heullliy action.
jetierullv arising fr.im a disordered stomach, can
liv corrected bv taking Simmons Liver Regulator.
Simmons Liver Kegulat reoou eradicates this din.
ease from trie system, leaving tho skiu clear aud
free from all impurities.
II 1 1 til ' 11 flUlllllll, "Ilia mi I iv cuwh n. a ....... . -
lief when Simmons Liver Regulator ia administer
i.ll.l.,i iii1iilnii ie 1 1 h fr.Hn a 1 n Tl ft V 1 wirl fi n Pfl lH
ed. Aoillts misu oenvo ureal uciieiu iimu mi
medicine. It is not unpieasnut; il Is harmless
and effective. Purely vegetiibla.
BLADD EI l&KL DN E YS
MohI ofilie diseases ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore the action of the
liver tuny aim nuin lue aiuui-ya auu mwun ui
yTakeoulv the Ketmlue, which always lias on
lue wrapper ne reu . iruuu uinia nuu niRuuoio.
Porsnlu by all drngyists.
Till: MAY RCMEDY.
HO PS a MALT
J Liver Kidney Remedy
amu UL.UUU ruKirmx,
Thia new Pcrnedy la compounded
from the best known curatives, such aa
Ho-is, Malt Extract, Cmcara Sagrada
(Sacred Htirk), Buchu, Dandelion and
Sarsapa:-.lla, combined with an agree
eblu Aromatic Llixir.
These Remedies act upon the Liver.
They act upon the Kidneys.
They Regulata the Bowels.
They Quiet the Nervous System.
Tl,... Drnmni. T)initinri
t'l They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
4 Th.u irlue Tone. Health and Energy.
HOPS AMD MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ai.k your Drugget lor them, and be sura
that tlie label Ikis on it the four wordt
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
ia large red letters.
fgTake no other.SJ
At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers.
tlOCHESTKIt tlEDICIXE CO.,
Koehcstvr, X. I.
Indian Wood Syrup.
DVRpt'psla, Liver Ills
k.1 eimes. Fever Hill AgtlH
Heart IUseiise, Kilioita
tiesH, Nervous Debility
TIIK IIKUT KKMKIiY KNOWN TO MAN I
I welve Thousand Mottles
Sold Since 1870!
'I'liis Svmp possesses varied properties: It stim
ulates the ptyalinc in the saliva, which converts
the starch and sugar of the food Into glucose,. A
dellcimiey in ptyallne causes wind and Buiiring ol
I lie food In the stomach. If t ho modiolus Jt tnasn
Immediately after eating, tlie fcmicutallou ol I d
It nets upon tli Liver.)
It aels upon Mi Kidneys,
It Regulates the liowt'la,
It Purities the Wood.
It yuii'ts Hie, Nervous System,
It Promotes Digestion,
II Nourishes, Strengthens mid Invigorates,
It in tries oil' the Old HInoil and makes New,
It Opens the Pores ol the Skin anil Induces
II iieniializes the hereditary taint, or poison in
tho blood, whMi generates Scrofula, Erysipelas,
and all manner of Hkln Diseases 11 nil Inlernul hu
mors. There are no spirll employed In Its miinurar.ttiro
and It 1 an liu tulieti by the most delicate babe, or hy
the aged and feeble, euro only being required in at
tunlt, U to directions,
Oalva, Henry County, Ills.
I was siiflerlng from Sick Headache and Dirti
ness so that. I roiilil not attend tomy household du
ties, and a short trial of Dr. Clark Jolinsou's Indi
an Wood Syrup clleriiially cured me,
.MRS 11KI.KN KLK1NS.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills..
'I his Is lo certify that Dr Clark Johnson's Indian
Blood Syrup h as ruled me of l'aln In tho Hack. It
Is a valuable medlcluu. MRS WOOD,
(.'eutro Hill, White Co., Ark.
This Is to certify lliat 1 was allllctod with Palpi
tation of the Henri for many years I tried differ
ent doctors, whose prescriptions tended moro to
weaken mo than they did to strengl Imn. 1st last
res bed to try Dr. Claris Johnson's Indian lllood
Sytnp, which proved to ho a posltlvo euro not on
ly curing tho Heart Dlease, hut also a Sick Jleuil
acli which had been troubling me,
MRS .MARY A. NKAL.
I was alltieted with Liver Complaint and Dyapcp
sin and failed to get relief, although using medi
cines from our best doctors, 1 commenced using
Dr. Johnson's Indian lllood S rnp, and a short trial
cured mo. T, W, KfSINU. Alollue, III.
This certifies that Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian
Wood Syrup tins etleetuallv cured mo of Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot he snld In praise or It.
W. ii, WlMMF.lt, Heilford, Mo.
AientM wanted for tlm sale of tho Indian Wood
8yrnp iti every town or village, lu which 1 havo no
agent, Particulars given ou application
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