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TUB DAlLV OAIUU liUI.Ul'IN: TilUitsUAY MOltMXH, JANUARY 11, 1883
ANDREWS' r fa PURE CREAM TARTAR. If alum ur al-.iuriuiiiiibsincaican ho found An&EX y Wak'" Powder. Ia pos. tively PURE, Being lo-toreed, ami testimonials received from such chemist a. Dana Iluys, Hi. vm: .-n. icjuiomume, oi cnioaKOvana ousl&vui coae, junwauKeo, foversoki in bullr. C. E. ANDREWS A. CO. CmCAOO, MILWAUKEE, ib MicUlfitn Av. 287. Wiim E. Water Evury Oirst't in warrant. J mitis factory to Its wearer in evrry av, or the money will bo refunded lv the person from whom it vi ne boii.'Ut. TheonlvOoraet prnnonnce.1 hr r.i:r l.-flrtlmr t-1i v il-Lan si InJnHoun to th nmrer. andi-tv1' . 'My I "dim m the iu.t comfortable anJ ixritxt flitiri; Corset ever rBICFAbr MalL Pituo I'hM t llfalth Prawn lug, 1. 60. Sclf-AdJa-tlna, St.60 Abdominal (extra heavy) .no. urMn, tl.60 Deallk I'rnrrtli'i (flnr cntittli 00. I'arajroa (iklrt-Kupportlnf. S1.60. Far sale hj leadlns Helutl Ih-aler everywhere. CHICAGO COItaKT CO.. Chicago, HI. 1ROH TONIO It a preparation of Protoxide of Iron, Peruvian Park and the Phosphates, associated with the Vegetable Aromatir.s. Endorsed hy the Medical Profession, and recommended by them for Iys. pepsia. (irnrral letllliT, rental Dla. eases, Hanlor Vitality, Servoua Proa (ration, sVomaleaernre from Fevers and bronlct bill ami Fever. Itaervaa avery purpose where a Tonic la necessary. Muitaetored bj The Dr. Barter Mcaiclne Co,Stlonii The following Is one of the very many teatlmo Wall we are receiving dullyi Omttemm: Some three months ago I began tha use of 1H. llAKTKn'tt Iron Tonic, upon the ad. tlceof many friends who knew its virtues. I waa eufTcrlng from general debility to such an extent that my labor waaexeeedlngly burdensome tome. A vacation of a month did not give me much re Her, hut on the contrary, was followed by In creased prostration aud sinking chills. At this ""I began the ue of your Ihon Tonic, from which I realized almost Immediate and wonderful results. The old energy returned and 1 found that piy natural force was not permanently abated. I bare used three bottles of the Tonic. Since using It 1 have done twice the labor that I ever did In thi aania time during my Illness, ami with double tha ease. V ith the tranquil nerve and vlgorof body, has come also a clearness of thought never before enjoyed, if the Tonic hat not done the work, I know not what. I give It the credit. Mu"rp. Troy, 0., Jan. t, 1878. Pastor Christian Church. Ste by Drugging and General Dealer, Everywhere IS A SURE CURE for all diseases of tha Kidneys and LIVER It baa spadflo action on this most Important organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and Inaction, stimulating- the healthy secretion of the Bile, and by keeping the bowela In tree oondltMn, eSseting lta regular discharge. P.ltftlo ! If yon aroeulfcring from l1UIl ! taalarl. have the mii will surely relieve and quickly oure. In the Spring to oleanae the System, every one should take a thorough course of It, a- SOLD BY DRU00IST8. Price tl. US A BOON TO MEN! watt, fuiil, llno .f.,,i.,l, imhiIciihv. ai,,i,.tM u, rl", k, . I. boll, .,.,.l.. ,t l ns-'M4H fOIVi ROM ; .,!"J?7t." rV '' ruir.tioi, to lull ".lid 'ntlrr.tl... r...,.,K,.ltoii wltll MimrUa It.. i,M THk K.uiu Burn ,U., tw luHnZnH. Wirt, FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE. A fuvnrit nrwsrpfntinn ,f An. - ... most noted and ii.reHfiil siieriallklR In the V. H. I now retired . lor Juecureuf .pi rol JtrMHIu, iMt M"hooil, If i-afcirsaiiO Itrrnu. Seili u plain :uvelupeVe. J 'rnggistataii 1111 ii Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana. Me. f'tmsuxv Vaad Mwurt ia sdvsuiui4 r Jn Ikt.iio in curln ihww. l ihc lilmid. gUTo and ...v.-.-,ryus l.niiltt. Impuirary, Orr.nl. Wraksrw, .norrbwa, l)pnlllllr A M.n'urliJ Airtwllvna apvclelly Irralwl u arlnuttn iriucii.a 'IUl ..I. ik1 nn raill''. I .11 of wrtl tut I.I.I nt Our,,. ra u aa imw.rird bf llwwdMiriut lr..u,.NJt I., null. (rmiMHiHtm rrw N.plar. tk.ald wmi larlr sddrM, Sad lraranai.Bl ta lartr ad.aalaa. III. nlalruTJ Addmaa. K. HI'TTH. 1 . Ml M, bi. U.U, I SlAUUHt:iVEUTIIiKTV kKAKS. HARRIS REMEDY CO ,m 1 ar, (JIT t. Lone. las Miaaui-att. .... ' - .... . Don? aannoHl npt ar rnur.nanriB WBIILLt MtMtDT "" wm lid t'ti.riteal pabil. I"7 ffsaawiis riliauiuaa and , -w wmiup xasj lUDar wm BtaoT nlortnt etaOitiMiwbi, ar uuiiaie .i.rf .. nJ '2."'' U """"d moat), (a, a. I (saaatb to aSVot a enra, aal.ii la aatra oaMa.i a. i ill !hMV0,"U"'' ' B,JI lala rsi.pws! aHvaMiaw (W Cata. aMagaar aa. Mat. rai,bla dVarrl. Wik Ibis 4ums sad saads f saai aaalad aa aaMuauot. mm 1 1 (trying TO HOLD D0hAV rid trrJflKRimm pdwderJ HATflNGhTnTCI BALL'S EFT & If JU-13IJI l?l Thlngi in tha Bottom Drawer. Tbore aro whip anJ tope and plecee of atriiiMm, There aro shoos which no little foot wear; Thore are bite of ribbon and broken rings, And trosaoa of goldon balr; Thnre are little droasns folded away Out of the light of the sunny day. There are dainty Jackota that novor are worn, There aro toys and models of ship: There are books and pictures all faded and torn, And marked by the finger tlpa Of dimpled bands that bave fallen to dust, Yet 1 strive to think that tho Lord Is just. Tint a feeling of bitterness fill my soul Sometimes whim 1 try to pray, That the ltenper baa spared so many flower And taken mine uway ; And I almost doubt thut the Lord can know That a mother's beart can love thorn to. Then I think of tbo weary onoe Who are waiting and watching to-night For the alow return of the faltering feet That bave strayed from the path of right: Who bave darkeuod their live by tibatue and aln, Whom tbesnaroiof tbo tempter bave gath ered in. They wander far In distant cllmoi, They perlsb by Are and flood And their hands are black with tbe direst crimes That kindled tho wrath of Ood. Tet a mother's song baa soothed tbem to reat. Bho hath lulled tbem to slumber upon ber breast. And then I think of my children, three, Mr babes that never grow old, And know that tooy are waiting and watching for mo, Tn thA Hfv with alrAnta rt inM Sato, safe from the cares of the weary years, From Borrow and sin and war, And I thank my God with fulling tears, rur me wungs in mo oonotn drawer. Eiperiiaenting With a Cat A tow years ap-o a man reyistorod at an Oghkosh hotel, and was assigned a room and everybody noticed that he was a most mournful-looking man. He never said a word, but thtre was thai about his face and actions that showed he was laboring tinder some creat sor row. He had his suprmr taken to his roora, and the waiter aaulthe man nev er spoke, and seemed to be the saddent- lookincf man he ever saw. The guests all talked the matter over, and they de cided that the man was going to com mit suicide. A traveling man who hail a room next door to the solemn man, and who had previously occupied ad orning rooms in rtillerent hotels to three men who had committed suicide, felt that he was about to experience a fourth shock of the same kind, and he aid in his bed all night and never slept a wink, believing that the next moment he should hear a revolver shot or the death struggle of his neighbor ironi poison. lie never heard a sound all night, and when he got up in tho morning ho told the clerk that he was sure the man wss dead. They passed the ro&m and listened, but could hear no noise, and it was decided to look over the transom to see if the man was dead. It is not a pleasant thing to look over a transom into a man's room, not knowiug whether your eye will fall on a corpse or a live man with a revolver pointed at yon, so nobocv seemed to yearn to be tb tint to climb the step adder. Finuiiv u wis decided to throw a cat over tbe transom onto the bed. and if they did not hear any noise it would be certain that the man waa dead and they could go on with the funeral. A cat was procured, and the porter, who knew just where the bed was loca ted, was detailed to toss the cat over. He went up the ladder a few steps not enough to look over, because he was not prepared to look suddenly upon a corpse, and taking tho cat in both hands, by the legs, he gently tossed her, or him over tho transom on the bed oc cupied by tho mournful looking man. The cat was heard to fall with a dull thud, there was a sound of scratching and ripping, a heavy form was heard to strike tho floor, tho cat "permeuued" and "spit," and the half-dozen people out in tho hall looked nt each other wonderfully, when suddenly the door opened and the maddest ma'ii that was ever seen iu Oshkosh came out in the hall in his night-shirt, his arm and faeo bleeding on to the white night-shirt. He had the cat by the hind legs in one hand and a revolver in the other, and, as ho struck at the assembled multitude right and left with tho cat, there was tho worst getting down stairs that ever was, and the cat was thrown at tho last person who w ent down stairs, and tho man returned to his room. He dressed himself, went down to the office ami paid his bill, and took the tirst train south, never having spoken a word while in Oshkosh, and the people are to this day wondering whether he was a prohibition speaker, a traveling man lor a corset factory, or an ngeut for a leaf and dumb asylum. Tho traveling man who was so nervous for fear his neighbor was going to commit Miieide, wishes ho had; the landlord fears that ho has displeased a guest who might have retnainod longer, and tho porter who threw the cat says that it is the last time that ho will ever try to find a corpse by tho aid of a cat. 'cefc'a Sun. imm a The Destructive Custom of the Bannock Indian Tribi A liaunock Indian boy, about twelve years of ago, met with tt horrible- death at the flottriiig-mill at Fort Hall Indian agency, Idaho Territory, recently,. The boy was idling around the mill nt the time, and happened to get in the ma chinery, and was badly crushed and mangled before he could lie taken from the gearing. lie died soon afterward. It is the custom of Indians to burn or destroy all things connected with thy death of one of their tribe. For in stance, if one meets tleath by being kicked ,y a horse, the animal is kille.iT; ami if from disease hu Indian dies In a wickup or lodge, it is .burned. The mill in which this accident occurred washuilt by the government at a cost of if 7,000 or .f H.rwtO, and was worth that nnmunt of money. Between fi and 7 o'clock on the morning of the (ith this mill was (lis covered to bo on lire, and was soon en tirely consumed, with a largo nmount of wheal and Hour belonging to the In dians. This grain and llour was worth from -.0Oi) to ?'3.)0i). ,t the agency there aro two tribes of Indians, the Han nocks and Slioshones, and the grain and flour belonged mostly to the latter. - From the well-known' pr.tclice of Indi ans which they consider a religious duty to avenge the tleath of one of their tiihe by hrn or killing:, it was natural toplson the destruction of the mill nt tho hands of t.ioHanuocks, and the Mioshoues losing their property has ranced a ctrong feel ing between the two tribes. It 7s not apprehended that this may lead to auv serious trouble between the Indians anil yet it may possibly do so.-.SWi Luke. Tribune. I ctikf.uhui ly add my toatimony to the value of July's Crenni Balm as a specific in the esse ol my sister, who his been serious lv debilitated with Catarrh for tho psst eight years, having tried iiit fTectU'illy other remedies and several specialty doctors in lioHtmi. Hho improved at ( nee under this discovery, and lias gained her health and hearing, which had been considered incur able. Hubert W. Merrill, soeretary of tho rhtcnix mtnutactunng company, Orand Knpids, Michigan. Atrocities by Eritisli Officers, The following story told by tho Syd ney Mail, of Sydney, Australia, is a lior riblo illustration of the inhuman bar barism that may still be found in cer tain quarters of tho world. A young liritish police oilieer was out with a d" tacbment of colored "boys" hunting for some of the Mayall tribe of blueks who had been suspected of stealing a quantity of Hour. "They canio upon a camp of Mayalls," says the account, "surprised, surrounded them, and forced them to be hospitable. They ato their kangaroo, drank their water, and made them cor roboree. After all was ended, that tho blacks might not get away In tho night and steal rnoro sheep, the olllcer said to his 'boys,' 'Just you pull out your re volvers and shoot them.' The 'boys' did notliko to at rlrsW but tho officer wns poremptoty and wasobeyod. When tho Mayalls wore killed there were threoold women wailing, who did not seem worth killing. 'Kill them, too,' said the officer and they wero killod, Three young gins (wives) were not killed; one of them was handcuffed about tho ankles and tied to n sapling. The 'boys' rodo on in the morning, leaving the officer and tho young gin thus secured. Presently a slr.iiiocr came along (ami it was ho who tells the story), and the two alo and drank together. When it became timo to move it was remembered that the young gin was tied up. 'We ni'.it loose lier tirst,' said the chief, and fait for tbe keys. lie had no key; the 'boys' had taken them away. 'What was to be done? 'I can not lose my handcuffs,' ho said aud before there whs time for renionslranoe lie had drawn a pistol and shot the gin through the brain, and then hacked off her feet at the ankles, and so saved his irons." Making Cider. To make good cider, good, sound, well-ripened, clean apples mu-tbe used, and no others. It is better to crn-h them than to grate them. Everything about the mill with which the apps pomaee or cider can come iu coutact must be clean perfectly so. Tim apple juice, when exinvs-ed from the pomace, must bo lilteivd so as to take out every panicle of apple or other matter which may ln floating in it. Cicaniy-wasnrd stud is s:iii!. 'imiM used, and animal charcoal: Inn probably a m:is of per fectly clean cotton, or cotton eloib if many thicknesses, will he loiitid to lm as good as anything. The cider should be tv:;- s-c I from the pom;,co at quick ly a p -il ie itfier the aiip!1' ".to crush ed, and the juice will tm 'uttriy as white as water if it is immediately liifered. if the pomace is allowed to stand some time nrcr enu-bing t'.e apple-, (.cfore proving. tiiM cider will be co'op d and not as good. The tigi.MTo'isers m H '''"."d-p-M such a tri niT'lou, .p of ti.iii l-'gged young men t..:.t it i a ?):: in. po-, ol io believe tint j-.tiV other kiud W rlal in this citi!i..rv. THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR PAIN. ft'-'If-Tesand furea liHKOATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, lutKtuii:, UKUiU lit, TOOTHACHE, SOPE THROAT, '4t.INSV, 8WEW.INOS. ariuisft, Sorenett, Cuts, Bruises, lUnsTllITKR, III IIVM. NCALD, Anil all other bodily achea unit pnlua. FirTf CENTS BOTTLE. Mold hy all Druggists and lleMierx. ' Directions In- 11 langimirca. The Charles A. Vogeler Co. 'h.i. a. vnouna a oo llnlllmoie. ct.,l'.W. A. WriK.aW!iK! "i'law", cans $ ilClttHawraitBiarjl! Ail Ouly Uauglitor Cured of Consumption. Whan death was linnrlv exi.ortnii. all rcmeillaa hav ng fulled, aud Dr. II. James was experiment in with the many herbs (jf Calcutta, be srclocnt. allv msde a preparat on which cured bis only child nt Cnnanminloii. Hlsi hl d ! t)..w u thiscountr" ana enjoying tne nest nrhenlih. lie has moved t thu world Unit Consumption can I e fositlvoly and permanently nired. The doctor now Rives his lteclpe free, only asking two three cent stamps to pay expeusea. This herb also cures nlitat awcats. nausea at the atnniacli, and will bre ik tip a frosb ctiH In twenty-four hours. Addrei-s Craildo-.lt do., lO;.Kuces reel, Philadelphia, namlnti Ihle ia.er JlliJlf t fife O MEDICAL Chills and Fever, Simmons Liver I10B lator coon breaks tha chills and carries the fever out ni thM avatntn. It enrea when all othor remeaies fall, 8,ck IIea.dar.hfl. K r the relief and enre of this distressing die- easi. use Simmons jjlv er Kegulator, DYSPKPSIA. Tbe Kecnlator will positively cure this U.rlble disease. Wo assert emphatically hat we know to in) true. CONSTIPATION! should not bo regarded aa a trilling ailment. Na tore Ueinnnds the utmost regularity of tbe bowela 1 uf'rerore ans'st nature by tHklng Himniona Liver Kegulator. it is harniiess, mild and ellectual. BILIOUSNESS. Ono or two taiilBspoonfuia will relieve all tbe troubles Incident to a bilious state, such aa Nausea inzr.ioi'aa, urowsiness, uieiresi alter eating, a bit ter bad taste In tho mouth. MALARIA. IVrnonfmay avoid tit attnrku by occftilcmally i ii.il. m ww-c ui oimiuuni la.VUr nUKUlsVlOr 10 KUQD rK.i Iivup In hssatllhaf r BADHUEATH! generally arising from a disordered stomach, cat be corrected by ittltiuit Slmmona Liver Kegulator. JAUNDICE. S immnill T.Ivap HlttrnUt V mnnn aaa41. t,l. Ji. i atti trotu tbe ateuia leaving tb klu clear and I uA l'a. tan all lniiiiiiiiAa II VIS tlVJUl 11 at)fUllllOV COLIC. Chlldron aufforine with colic soon experience re lief when Simmons Liver Kegulator is administer- a. Adults also derive great benefit from this medicine. U is not uupleasant; it Is harmless unu eut'Ctive. rureiy vegrUUIa. BEADUElt fc KIDNEYS Vnat i,f l h i A la.ta.nn nt .1.. Vit J... f .l.- those cf the kidneys. Kestoretbe action of the liver fully and both tbe kidneys and bladder will be restored. HWTaka only the gennlne, which always has on 'Dewrspper the red I trade mark and signature o! .I.II.ZE1L1N& CO., For sale by all druggists. S r A week madwat home by h Indus ' ltrlotis. Best oiisluess now before the lUh'.Io. Capital not needed. We I Jwlll start you. .Men. women, boya and girls wanted every hem to work ii ua, ,iuw i ma nine, toil can work Iu ifir'e time, or give tour whole tlmo to the ut r.. i.,., iMiii'r uuinps win pay you nearly as well No oreran fail to make enormous pay. by enu'agolnu' at otira. Costlv out fit and torms free ,ry fl"',' "y. u,i honorably. 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SPKKH'B POUT 6KAPE WINE Spkeu's Port QiurK Wine ! FOUU YEAKS OLD. THH'"El.Fl.VTEDXATIVBVISB Is made I trout the juice of (he Oporto Orape. raised In tbtimiiuy. its tnvsltiah'e tonic and stronptl" V,r?,"l,t .".are ""'irpassrd hv any othor Native lll0 rt.;liK i,h pnre julee nf t a (irap" protlurrd un.br Mr. Cpeer's own personal supervl sion. I pnrltv ami n, ness, arc iriiarauteed Th- vouuct child nt, partak, of Its g'nwoua qualities, and the wenka.t Invalid nsn It toadvan" d-hllita-cd, and suited to the various ailments that tfi'Mt, ul'? keiTkIi iV" ,n flvury A Sneer's l J. Sherry. Toe I" ,. SHF.HHY is a wine of Superior Char acter ind artakes of ilm rich anul, ties of the gratia from h 'h If. Is n;s.j 'or orlty. Klc.tness, Kla voi and i M.'dlclMil Properties, it will be toond on excelled. Spcor'fi P. ,T. Rrandv. This BKANDY .!s,, tnirWt'ed In this (innntrv bainnriir 0irlr.r for i)icd!rlniil purpose. 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