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MING 10 HOLD DOWnAo
PURE CBEAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injurious MibMitncescuu be found
in Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is pus
lively PUKE. being eii'lori-ed, mid loMimoiiluls
nwlvi'jTrnia such chemists as 8. Dana lluys, Bos
ton; M. MafoiiUiino, (if (.'bieugo; mxl Uustavus
Bodo, Milwaukee, Never sold lu bulk.
. C. E. ANDREWS A CO. .
45 Mlt higim Av. 2S7. iiw Al 2ii li. WatorJ
I'.vcrv Oors"t ia wnmintcil : in
facUry o its wearer in every v.ny,
nr tho liiiitiry will 1' n lundcd lv '
tho person from whom it, was botti: lit.
ThennlvOi-ict irnno'i".e"l le. niir leii,llnir 1m 'Hui
not Injurious In thi wearer, jut.l tn:i tl I ' Iniln ns
(lie "nv..loouif'iliillc iui'I p-rtu'i lliui'it t im t ever
""ula' I'HUES.bv Mull, l'o.tn.-K I'ul.li
Health I'reservlnu. K-lf. Adlul t.6
Abdumlnnl (.-itru nia ) J stt.O. Wlnir, tl.BO
Health I'l-vsei-vlnc ifln. .imiIIIi ?.. J'uiMgcin
(klrl-Kupnorilne. I ..XI.
Kiir aide hj Iruilluit Kclull leul.-r everywhere
C'lllCAOO ;!!( il-i' CO., ChiuuKUi Wl
l a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Fcruvlan
llark anil the Vhosphiites, associated with the
Veiretalile Aromatic. Kndorscd liy the Medical
Profession, nnd recommended liy them for lys
papain, J-uernl l-b1lll J. I rmalf 111 a.
rairn, Wim I of Vitality, nervous l'roa
ration, in nlearriK'p trout Fever,
and Chronic Chillis niil Fctrr. H servos
every purpose where a lusic is necessary.
Kinufaclared by The Dr. Hurler Medicine Co, St Loiiii.
Tli following Is one of the very many tcstlmo
Dials w are receiving dully:
Cfti("""i.'-Soine 1hrei months airo I began tlie
dm of int. 11 MtTKU'S Ikiin Tonic, upon the aiW
Vice of niany filcmlswho knew Ha virtues, 1 was
utrerliiv fruiu general debility tu Fiu h an extent
that ni htliurwaHuxeeeillii).'!) tiurdeiiauiiio to me.
A yaeatlon of auioutlKlld not nie much ro
lief, lull on the cunlrury, was lullnwcit by In
crraned liruMlrntlun and t-lnklng elillU. Al tlila
time 1 betfHii tha uiuj of ynur J hon Tonic, from
trhlehl wullzed itliuost Iniiuedliili! and wonderful
reaulu. The old energy returned ami I found that
my natural fon e was not liernmnently almted. I
have used three bottles of the Tonic, blnoe using
It 1 have done twice the luhur that I ever did In the
same time during my Illness, and lib double the
ease. With tliu tranquil nerve ami vlirorofhody,
lias come ulho a cleitrues of thmiL-lit never before
enjoyed. Jt the Tonio bus not anno tlio work, 1
kuow not hat. 1 give It the credit.
j. i'. WA isoKr,
Troy, 0., Jan. 2, 187S. i'asuir Christian Church.
Sale bv Druggie!, and General Dealer. Every when
HE OR EAT CURE
As It la for all tho painful dine twos of the
KIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS.
It olaansos the system of the acrid poison
that oatuoa the dmntlful suflkrinir which
only the victims or Uhnumatlsm okii roalln,
THOUSANDS Of CASES
af tha wont forms cf tins tirriblo dlsoaae
have twen quiokly reliercd, ft 13d In short time
nwr, $t. i ionuoit hkv, mii.k in niaiicisTS.
it- I'rrcnn 1 pent nv iiinu.
WELI.9, F lOII A O.DHON ft Co. , Tliirlltiirfon VI
A BOON TO MEN!
All UiPHt) li'itii itj.,ia it-ilnin, rn'fHH t or oHir r(ii mt
wk, iiiie.i i,l, uw nptiiip.1, Vi !h (ImlnM ami nttai.lr in
t-rfoiio llftr'i(lnllri fiMfil,v,rii txj rtiiaiiily m1 pfMin
luntljr rumt illf.nt m umrh iwlirlin . Kit-im mi .v (Jo, iu $,
tiiintitfitUit'l lln..i.w Ty V..ltr-t( PUvMUt 1 ' 'I't.iinM fUtt
l it Ml I iiy nicrtuui t l:lyttn f)rry.Ar.,
II wUill)' ,!,.,( iv i in, Mi:i i4l Ito I I
Kn -! " H"4iiM i cl iriUin roolortittoii t) lull
-mi t'o I't-.iiUf. V .rauliMiMti with ulivuritn lr.-it. A Mf m
INK M4hi.1tr liMtKH u., I'JH luliutt Hlrfft, New lrk
A favorite inwi-rlutlon of nna of tha
mmt noted itiiil sinrenHlul ciiiltHii In the I'. M.
(now retired, lor Ihpcuie of Vere Itrtiility,
l,omt .""loo(l, lln(iipaaiii Btvrnw. enl
Ui Idulii sua. . . iivrl'iiji Ve. I irtujgmtai un fill 1U
Addreii DR. WARD & CO., Leuitlsnt. Me.
Voi .pert'oo lu cut I iik t ! t 1 trie- iiluofl, hlin unA
llii'srruHa lh'bllllr Imrni4ii7t Orgunlv
WrMkntHM, lattnnprHu'm riiiliHIUi mI Mtnurlnl
AaTtwIluHa H'lt.llr In-txlril iu av-WttUtln rtuiM -.-,
ivtia tl. ftiitl ur r.itiw1l'.. ( .11 or aril lur hl.t uro.iui.
lem. iu Im .ii.wrrril hy ttiun.Am'irliis lr-mmiui by autl.
(rrr,Mlr!My frua HHalarv.liui.lSftrsSlii.lr aailm,V
a.4 Imuv MiMvikd.t In iiielrsSiaiiltfU. Ill svl slmM.
Addnwa, IMC Jil l l a. I X. Mill W., HI. UuK ,
lUtTAULlnlllCU "Veil TJIIUTi VKAUS.
HARRIS REMEDY CO.lfflTn
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PHOE.HAKHIB- t'WJULLE RLMEOY
iwa.fl h,h .hi u'li. t, im ludrr
rroia Sfrou l'i,f.i(i Utiu,
llj, Prtnismra lahtuatex tu4
Mirlr si.iiT givonr uiiuM(utiiM.,
art qulinlj suit ri4iualli cuiM
TbrlUaMdy h pal ap la lieMii as. 1 iLitlin omuiUu, as.
Ra. I (aou(b ta aftttl a or , snlsn ta aim Mm, 1 1., . i
tlaaiiui Uiim Mnauu), J. Baal lif aaatl la p slu ar.piars.
IMrfUa. ttt I .Im ...? aS a. f.uihlMaWtt.
tan sals tussss aaa ataas al iai wait aaatas aa saaOssUte.
m T tilt
jjuu i in
A Dream of Home,
Th" tun's in.vs sliml lhi pnlh alontf,
Tho nil' in bitliny un In Jutn;
The r'-bln sinjra his cvenliiK ndiiir.
And thrmiuh the Kky ihti new, ifiny niootl
Mnvoa. ciilinly on, iinlnmiinidoii, free,
Hut Noiuidhiiijf whUporn unto mo
The brook lnn hs H (r' tHly llowi,
'1'bo I'mif croukH by the wiitcr's I'im ;
Thm e in eiintont tho Illy prow,
Ami there the tthi, iliii'iiiur, nwiin,
I bear nml see the old brown mill,
J lilt ith, tin-so Hud woriU biiiint tnuHllll
In ( lover nicnrinn-fl broail and fait',
lu (lrowny mood Iho oowi awnit
The fur m boy's cull upon the air,
While, with hi pull, decide the (into
Which opens down the (rrantiy bir.c,
My brolher lircuthes tin-no words of pain
"Not yet !"
The Hleepled chinch, Iho Bchoul hoiiHe near,
Tho wood where I have ronniod al will;
The ijuiilm, old farm Iioiiho, to mi) dear.
My youthful home my manhood's still
I Hee thcHe an In day troiic by,
IlUt HOIUCllllDK Wlll'p' l-H ,iis 1 lgh)
".Not yet I"
Oh, llcnrta, to whom thorn Is no May I
Who yearn to hear my 1'ootf'nlln wbero
The path, so tieatun, takes Its way
I'ndi'i' old trees ho irianil anil fair!
Dear lli'Hrls, who lonif for mo to como,
I can tint Bay I can iro home
"Not yet I"
For lontfer, Mill, yourbreiistR must know
A sail iiohh free from nil dlNfruiHe,
Ere I can leave theiie scenes ami go
And look Into lair, IovIiik eyeH,
And eliiHn tho haudH no warm, and klBS
The Hps I've prenNi-d so nit In blWn
Forgotten, lint as sweet and Mrotiff
As when one dreamful Autumn day
I said "(tnoil-hye," and paused alotik"
flown the old walk, and went away,
Not thltikdiir there would eoino a day
When 1 bhoulil have, ns now, to say
"Not yet !"
Alas, not yet ! Far, far from (hIM
Still mtiHl I wait I All 1 can do
1h Just to wtift a lonjr, lonif kiss
lludewed with love, oh. Hearts, to you,
And murmur tbeae mid words once more,
I'nthoiinht of In the iIiivh of yore
"Not j et I"
lla It Inion A morlcun
The Idaho Bacholor.
Tliu supply of women in Maho is not
fiiial to the ileniund of tlit! Imcliolors in
Unit intorrsliiin; Terr'Uory, uiul t hoy aro
clamoring for j'irls to conio out from
tliu Knst nnd marry them. Tho Now
York and New England iicwsnapors aro
considering tho forlorn condition and
matrimonial longings of Idaho bache
lors, and not a few of thorn adviso the
iinmati'd women of their region to jour
ney West and bnq; husbands. Tho
blood of theso injudicious editors bo up
on their own heads! We fancy the ex
perience if ouo of those New England
maidens who goes out to throw himself
into the arms of one of thusr. Idaho
bachelors, lie is waiting for her in
front of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in
Murderer's Gulch. iSlio alights from
the stage well dressed, tidy, prim and
spectacles on nose. She has been a
schoolteacher for twenty odd years,
and she has education and the feelings
and tastes of a lady, her only weakness
being a too strongdesiro to marry. The
bachelor stu.. ! on the veranda of tliu
hotel with bis hands in his trousers
pockets. He has bought a suit of store
clothes for the occasion. Tim wrinkles
of newness are prominent in every gar
ment. He has visited the barber like
wise. His face is shining, and his hair,
dripping with oil, is combed and waxed
down on his forehead and bunched out
behiud. His hat is ooeked rakishly,
wilh a sort of northeast dip over ono
eye, and his heavy boots shino in a hol
iday daub of mutton fat. To tho ad
miring eye of the denizens of Murder
er's (iulcli tlie bachelor is a picture of
fashionable elegance. Ho owns a mi
ning claim, or a cattle ranch; fifty milos
from the (iulch, and once a month he
rides in on horseback to that center of
civilization to "have a time" which
means that ho conies to get roaring
drunk, play faro and have a light, not
to mention other forms of enjoyment.
As the maid from Massachusetts alights,
and with a dainty little shake or two
frees her raiment lroni oust, tho Ma
ho bachelor sijuirU a gill of tobacco
juice on the veraflda, draws the back of
his horny hailil across his lips, assumes
a gallant grin, and shambles forward
to incut his bride. She looks at him,
turns pale. and with difficulty suppresses
a scream, and, taking his shoddy-clad
arm, totters into tho hotel. The par
son is thero in waiting. If she marries
tho Idaho bachelor, ino maid from Mas
sachusetts will, in tho course . of ten
years, dio of hard work over the cook
ing stove and in acting as general roust
about in the cabin and on the ranch,
and leave behind her a large family, the
boys of which will probably be like
their father, and die with their boots
on. A more horrible fate for a woman
than that of marrying an Idaho bacho
lor, no imagination can picture.
Tollowirig a Stroak of Wiud.
A tributer of Kuby Hill was asked
how his "jiitch" looked, and ho made
the following curious remark: "I am
following a streak of wind." Strange
as this may appear (the remark, not the
wind), yet it, is true. It appears that
in sinking upon his piece of gruiin I he
came upon a crack in the rock about,
three inches in width, from which issues
considerable air. Where it conies from
and what the miner may strike iu tal
lowing this strange "lead'' must for the
time remain a mystery. Tito miner was
right in following Ins "streak of wind.
Ho doubtless iiudcrMaiiits that this
streak of air breathed out of tlie depths
is liable to lead him to n cave, and he
also knows that a cave is liable to con
tain an amount of ore that would make
Ids fortune. Annjiijr the old lead mines
of Galena, 111., a "slreak of w ind," or
"breathim: crevice," w as always con-
sidered a first class indication. When
it miner found that he was pretty sure
of lindinz a cave tilled with lead on
The lead minus of Galena are in n lime
stone formation that is much the same
as the formation about Eureka. "Wind"
from a crevice down iu the mine is
worthy of much consideration, but
"wind" on the surface from the horizon
tal crevice an inch or so below tho
miner's noso is often nothing; but wind
Uuhy llill (A'cu.) Kacs.
A frog fell into a pail of milk ill
Coiincclii'iit town one night recently,
and in tin; morning was found fitting
upon a roil oi lresit nutter. A local iiav
per says that the sole explanation iii
that, iu trying to extricate himself, be
had, by diligent and continuous strokes
of his long legs, churned the milk intt
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4 1883.
Riches in Hop Farming' '
At (ho prcs'int prices, ten acres in Hops
will bring nioio mouey than five hundred
acres in uuy other farming; and, if there in
a couBUiuer r dealer who thinks the price
of Hop liittors high, remember that Hops
are $1.25 per lb., and tho quantity and
quality of Hops in Hop Bitters and the
price remains the sumo us torinerly. Don't
buy or use worthless stuff or iiuiUtious be
cause tho price is less.
For tho Family Scrap Book.
To remove scorching from white
goods, rub well with linen rags satu
rated wilh chlorine water.
Raw starch, applied with a little wa
ter, as a paste, w ill generally remove all
stains from bed-licking.
To elean aud polish tortise-shell, uso
a drop or two of sweet oil, and rub it
in thoroughly with the ball of the
Hums and scalds are immediately re
lieved by an application of dry sotlacov
ered with a wet cloth, moist enough to
To clean irons use a lump of bees
wax tied in a rag; rub tho irons with it
w hen hot, and then scour with a paper
or cloth, sprinkling with salt,
A starch that will make linen look as
good as new is mado of one quart of
will-boiled corn starch, three ounces of
gum arabio and two ounces of loaf
Silk handkerchiefs washed in clear
water with pure white castilo soap look
like new. Ho not iron, but snap be
tween the lingers until almost dry, aud
then press under a weight,
To cure earache, take a pinch of ,
black penper, put it in a piece of cotton
batting dipped in sweet oil, and place
in tlie ear, tie a bandage around the
head, and it will give almost instant
Oxalic acid is excellent for destroying
ink and rust stains on white goods.
Hissolvo it in lukewarm water, and dip
the spot in it ami let it remain for a
moment, and then rub it with the
China of any color, excepting white,
may be easily and quickly mended w ith
shellac. Place a little shellac on tho
broken pieces, and, keeping them close
together, hold them to a lighted candle.
When the shellac is melted sufficiently ,
'let it cool and harden, and it forms a
To remove ink staius from wood, take
half a teaspoonful of oil of vitriol nnd
dilute it with a tablespooiiful of water,
and apply wilh a feather to tho dam
aged spot. Let it remain for a few mo
ments and then rub it oil quickly. If
not successful the first time, repeat until
the ink is entirely removed.
To clean and renew black silk, uso
one quart of soft water and an old kid
glove, lioil down to one pint, and then
sponge the goods with a pieco of soft
flannel and iron on tho wrongsido while,
it is damp, and tho silk will bo as still
and glossy as new. For a light-colored
silk use a white glove.
Malformation CausH by Bad Shoes.Why Women
The chief surgeon of the Swiss Federal
Army declares that the Swiss examining
surgeons are compelled to reject every
year HiH) recruits the strength of a
Imtlnlion for ni:i1fiii'in.'ilion nf tho fruit.
resulting from wearing badly fitting "
shoes, j lie unman toot Is in reality, a
bow so elastic that at every step it ex
pands and contrnebs, lengthens aud
shortens. A lino drawn through tho
center of the great toe should intersect
the heel. I'm, despite nil the books
which ever have been written on the
anatomy of the organ in question, those
whose business it is to cover it, act as
if the foot were a solid piece of mechan
ism. They cabin, crib and confine the
big toe, winch requires room for lateral
expansion, until it is forced against its
neighbors and is tortured by corns,
bunions and sometimes painful inllani
inalioiis.of the joints. Flatfootcdness is
due to many causes connected with im
properly Hindi! shoes; yet, if people
would insist, on their foot gear being
constructed so as to allow tho toes free
action and the instep its duo play,
it would be quite possible to euro tlie
A pair of perfect shoes, tbo Swiss
Medical Colond contends, should, when
placed togel her. touch at the toes and
heels. The Miles .should follow the sin
uosities of the fi't.t. and to give room for
their expansion, should exceed them by
about one "size." 'I'licpceulinr.awkwiird
running gait of women and big girls is
due to a wcak kiu'cdness characteristic
of the sex, ow ing to the different way
the upper Mipporis of their limbs grow
as they approach maliirily. This con
dition is well seen in pictures ami stat
ues, ami forces the woman in running
to move the knees ai'mind each other,
and throw the feel out in a succession
of small seiui-eircies. In men, on the
eonl rv the knee cup looks n little out
ward, instead of Mraiirjii forward, and
their knees aie qniie lieu, The result
of the high-heeled, higli-legged loot.
now in vo;iie for woman is to render
the natural coudilioii a deformity, ami
by throwing the weight of the hotly on
the inner ankle, to break down the arch
of tlit! fool, mid produce ll.tt foot or
complete cM'tiiu'ss of oui or both feet.
The British Unkoni.
Signification of the unicorn In the
Ilrilish coal-of -arm-, clc The unicorn
is described by Cle-.i i , lie- Greek his
torian, as a native of India, II. C, ;)',IH.
Aristotle speaks of it under the appel
lation of the Indian ass, U. C, . As
a mythological figure the unicorn ln
Mtico been iiieul loiicd by histori-ms as
nn heraldic emblem. When .James !
succeeded lo the crown of England in
Jiitill, he adopted the figure oi the uni
corn, with the lion, lo support the royal
arms, the stippoilers of the Scotch arum
being two unicorns. In early history
the national emblem of England was
t lie rose, of Scotland the thiMle, of Ire
land, tho shamrock, or thivc-leaf clover.
When England claimed Ireland and
Scotland, these three were united ou
the royal shield, as wr find them iu the
time o'f Queen Elizabeth. Ou a victory
over France, the symbol of Franco, ft
unicorn, was also added, the unicorn
wearing a chain to deiietu tlie subjec
tion of Frame to England. When a
new sovereign suceei d to the crow n bo
has a rlghl to place his own family rout-of-aruis
ou tho royal shield of Great
CliilLs aud Fever.
Simmons Liver Keen
lulor tooa breaks tho
chilli aad carries the
fuvur out ol the system.
1) cures when all other
For tho relief and care
of this distressing die.
..... UI. f
- - ur Keguiator.
Tbo KcctilHtor will positively cure this Iwrlble
dlseaso. Wo assort cmjihttticslly what we know to
should not bu MKardud as a trifling allmont. Na
ture demands the utmost renularity of the bool.
Therefore assist nature by UkluR bimmons Liver
Ik'iulHtr. it Is harmless, mild utid eflucluul,
One or two tnblespoonfiils will relieve all the
troubles Incident to a bilious state, such as Nausea
Di.zlness, Drowsluess, Distress alter eating, a hit
ter bad i aide In the mouth.
Perrons may avoid all attacks by occasionally
tiikliii' a diiHit of Simmons Llvjr Jicguliitor lo keep
the liver In healthy action.
BAD 13 RK ATI I!
guuerii'ily urisiiiK finni a disordered atomacb, can
bu oorrucied bv taking Simmons Liver iteguiitor.
Simmons Liver Keuulat rroon eradicates this dls
ease from Iho system, leaving the sklu clear and
tree from ull tuiiiurltioa
Children mid'erlu' with colic soon exucrlenco ru
lief when Simmons Liver KeKUlalor in administer
ed. Adults also derive great benclll from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; It is harmless
and effective, i'utely vegttuhla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of the t'.Uoan'B ol the bladder originate from
those of the kidueys. Kestore tho action of the
liver lull uud both the kiduuys and bladder will
f sVTake only the cmiulno, which always has on
t ie wrapper the red 'I trode murk and signature ol
J. ri.ZKIL.LN &z CO.,
Hirsute by all druggists.
"Mtf.-" LI" W OIIMIHUUB AilV
A week made at homo by '.In Indus
trious. Hest mislucim now before the
t.uhllc. Lanital nut needed. We
Jw-ill start yon. Men, women, bos
and girls wanted everywhere to work
tor us, ow is the time. You can
work in s;ir'e time, or eio tour whole timo to the
bus ness. No other IiubIdp b will pay you ncHriy
n w -11 Nn oi erau fail to mako enormous pay,
by ensgviiig at ours. Cosily outfit and terms free
Money mado fast, easily, and honorablv. Address
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Orleans Ka-cs, Jeckey Mounts, etc. Profits re
turned weekly, with charge of ID te,r cent, from
winning, netting on Kugllsh 1'erbv, the treats,
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PORT URATE "WINE
Stkeh's Port GRAI1S Wink !
FOUlt YKAUS OLD.
riMIIS (' KLBUIIATEI) NATIVE W'INB Is mado
i Itont thejiilco of thu Oporto (irapc, raised IU
Oil count y. Its Invaluable tonic and strength
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Nnlive Winn, ll'diif? the porojulrn of to drape,
produced under Mr, Speer's own personal supervl
sioti, Iir purity ami i 'in mia, ore guaranteed.
Th i vtv.ines; elilld m i partuks of Ha generous
finalities, and the weakest Invalid uso it to advan
tngi' It Is particularly beneficial lo the sged and
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