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THE DAILY CAJKO HULLKTIN:
FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 11, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITIRT MORNIN (OHUiTi VXCirTID).
Eighty-five IYussmn town have rom
Linnil to jn'Mpnt ornamental plnte to
the hoir iu the Carman tin-one on his
-.- a -
An IihI'imii writer says thai 40,(H)
operas have lutcii written since Hi'1'). f
which 10,"K) havn lieen proilueed ly
the sons of Italy.
More than half Hip Scotch M. I'.'s
have Binned a memorial to Mr. (Had
stone proposing the appointment of a
minister of Scotch afluirs.
Miss pohie, a young lady of 26, who
has contributed nkctchesof New Zealand
scenery to I h London Hfophi'', was
lately murdered dy a Maori while on a
Holitary skelrhinji excursion. The mur
derer confessed Mix crime.
The Kev. Pr. Wilhrow, of Boston, has
no faith in Mother Shinton, bases no
ealciilntion on the perihelia of the
planets, lias no confidence in the dread
forebodings of the Jamaica professor,
hut lie does agree with I he great students
of scripture prophecy that we are near
the end of I he world.
The old controversy as to tho hirth
day of Lord lienconslield has come up
ngain in Knglnnd. All agree that the
day was December 21, but the authori
ties are about equally divided ns to
whether the year was ISul or so,',
while certain persons who knew him
when young aserl that it whs really
Mr. Charles (M'onnor, the eminent
counselor, was interviewed at his home,
on tho Island of Nantucket, the other
day, upon the Irish question, lie said
that the Irish outcry against British op
pression undoubtedly was warranted,
but the Americans have not timo to in
terfere; that wo have enough to do "in
checking Hie growth of government
evils at home."
The Mississippi supremo court lias
declared illegal the weekly tax of $5,
Vicksburg has imposed on commercial
travelers. The county clerk declared
tho tax illegal because it was repugnant
to the commercial clause of the federal
constitution hut Hie Supreme Court
avoided the iiiction involved, and
based its decision on the fact that the
city's charter does not permit such a
tax. St. Louis drummers hope to
recover considerable amounts under
this decision already paid into the city
"Admiral Bythesia, a very distinguished
oflicer, who has just retired from the
service after having for many years
filled the post of consulting naval of
ficer to the. government of India, got
his namo by being, when an infant,
picked up at sea by a. ship of war, lashed
to a bale of good. Inquiry failed to
elicit any sort, of information about his
human flotsam, so the ship's otlicers
adopted him called him. "By-the-Sea,"
and sent him to a nuval school.
The first drip iu which ho served was
that which had saved his life. He has
tho Victoria cross and the order of the
An old friend of Margaret Fuller
writes thus to the Boston A'lrr rtisrr :
"The A'rrrtt'sfr recently puhlMmd an
article bv Mr. 1. P. Lathrop. in which
he speaks slightingly of the father of
Magaiet Fuller; that owing to being
dallied in his ellorls to enter the 'inner
circles of Boston society,' lie was led to
devote himself to the education of his
daughter'. I knew tlie family intimate,
ly. She was a friend of my early years,
visits of days anil occasionally of weeks,
being pxchanged. It is, therefore, with
some degree of rrrwnii that I re-ent the
imputation of the writer. The lather
himself had an honorable jioiiion as a
lawyer and a gcuticman, and there was
no need f any pushing on his part.
This daughter, after some years, came
out into the world as a bright pnrtic:ilnr
star, witty, iirilHiiiii, and a thorough
A Porky Story.
Watt trrrl Daily Nimm..
"On this very day seventeen years
ago," remarked a New Yorker the
other day. "I shipped 1Mt barrels of
pork to Washington. I was an army
contractor then, ami wherever I heard
of a barrel of puck I went for it and
bought it at some price. I remember
(his partirular shipment heeanse a
curious mistake was made.''
"Well, I counted the barrels at t he.
depot myself, mid there were only W,
when there should have been nil even
thousand. Men were ready to roll the
barrels into (lie freight-cars, and to
make my number good I took ten bar
rels of lard from a stock ready to ship
to Baltimore. They mixed iu all right
and course of I expected to pay for 'em.
f A whole day went, by before I saw tho
owner. Tliese were' stirring limes, you
remember. He found himself short ami
lie cribbed ten barrels of beef to make
good his number of barrels, and
bustled the shipment away."
"And who did (he beef-man crib
"Well, his beef was for the soldiers,
and he made himself good by buying
three barrels of vinegar, Iwo of crack
ers, and stealing live barrels of apples
trom a lot in the depot."
"And did it go any further?''
"Yes. The most curious thing of all
was that tho man I took the lard from
sued the man wlio roI.I tho apples, and
got judgment against him for tho worth
of the lard, und none of the rest of us
were out a cent."
A gamo of base-ball is like a buck
(rheal cake a great deal depends on
A tea plantation was established last
year by Count d' Amiga upon his estates,
hituated near Messina. The tea plant
is said to thrive perfectly well there,
and its leaves are said to be in no wiso
inferior to those of the Chinese plant
la order to dry them in a rational man
ner and to prepare them for export as
well as for home consumption, a Chinese
expert is to become the manager of the
Won a Biblo.
Two voting preachers, rivals iu tho
ministerial profession, met on the street
recently, savs the Little Hock (nzettet
when Sir. Slinger, the Methodist., re
marked to Mr. Hillings, tho Baptist:
(iood morning, Brother Billings,
how do yon feel since your labor of
First rate. I had a large audience,
and it makes me feci good to think
that the people arc turning from their
ways of wickedness, There was a time
in Little Kock when, if a minister could
group together one hundred people, bo
was doing well. Kecenlly I had threo
hundred, which, considering the num
ber id our churches, is remarkable. I
am sorry to h am that jour church is
not getting ulong well."
"Mow do you know that tnv church
is not gelling along well?"' asked Mr.
"Oh, well, I bear so from authentic
"That's all righl," continued Mr.
Siinger; "let thai go for what it is
worth. It is. of course, inconsistent
wilb our profession lo bet, but waiving
for a moment the requirements of our
divine calling, I II lci you a bible that
I bail a larger congregation on Sunday
than you did."
"The requirement of the divine call
ing shall for tic m "incut be waived.
Notwithstanding the fact that lama
preacher. I remain a human being all
the same, mid do not propose to be bull-
l:i""cd. Com i. and put Up your
The two preachers went into a book
store, sclicted li le.-, 'Old called up a
deae.'l! as a willies-. W ell," said Mr.
Billings, "my con ;re"itiaii last Sunday
numbered three bini lie I. I know this
to I"' a fact, fni I hired the sexton to
count the pic"
"My coiiL'Tegath'ii w;is live hundred,"
remarked .Siinger. Willi a coiilident air.
"Did yon count 'cm?''
"Well, how do y ou know? Why, vour
litllo church wmi' t hold that many.''
" That's nil rigiit. I had a congrega
tion of the bundl ed. Not a man got
up and left. There was imt I ho slightest
disturbance, and the three women who
were present behaved themselves."
"Look a heah, w liar do you preach?"
"1 preaeiicd to the convicts at tho
There is a new L'lilu on tho stand at
Mr. dinger's hou. .
A bill has been introduced in tho leg
islature of Arkansas looking to the erec
tion of tho oflice of railroad supervisor
to regulate railroad business.
She Ran After a Policeman.
"Hit's jess as I told you, jedge. I
has bit her wid a club or suinlin' else,
somewhar or udder, more dan a hun
dred times, and she nebber ran after a
iiolicemau before, no matter how much
mauied her; so you see I bed perfoo'
confidence in her. Yesterday I was
fjibbin' her do usual bcalin' wid a skil
et, when she sot up a howl and ran nf
ter a policeman," jedge. I did not
'spect her to do dat ar, so you see,
jedge, sho has deceived mo do worst
kind. I is a ruined husband. I has
been betrayed by my wife. Sho lull
mo and ran after a policeman1" and ha
sighed like a horso with the heaves.
"Why ," said the astonished Recorder,
"has anybody in Galveston interfered
with your domestic affairs?"
"Hain't I done told yer, jedge. sho
deceived mo by runnin' after a police
man when I was wollopin' her?"
"I rir.o you ten dollars!" roared the
As that same policeman led Jim off,
the latter said reproachfully to his
abused wife: "You seo now. Belindy,
how you has bust up de family by run
nin' after a policeman, don't yer?''
Handy Hint for the Housekeeper.
A perplexed housekeeper wants to
know what sho shall do with the tin
cans that from day to day accumulate
about the house -fruit, cans, meat cans
of all kinds, cans, cans, and a thousand
cans. Well, if you keep a boarding
house, you might throw them into the
street, righl in front of the house, as a
bait for the homeless man seeking a
boarding house. If you have a home,
however, you might utilize tho cans in
You might take tho tomato cans, fill
them with soft, rich earth, and plant
pansy seed in them, and by-and-by a
whole handful of all sorts of weeds
would come up. Then you could take
the can to the potteryand have the pot
ter twist a nice terracotta vase, about it
so as to completely hide the can, and
thus at a trilling expense, not over a
few dollars, you could utilize your old
tomato can as a garden vase.
Or, you could take a lobster can, and
bore three holes at equal distances in
the sides close to the opened end. Then
cover the can as thickly as you need
with the line plastic material used in
the manufacture of cheap statuettes,
and employ some good artist to fashion
it iu graceful shape and beautiful de
signs. Then fasten bright brass chains
in the three holes and hang it in a hook
in tho porch roof, and you will have a
handsomo hanging basket that need
not cost you more than live dollars.
1 you should break a kerosene lamp,
save tho foot of it, and with a bit of red
flannel and blue merino ami some white
crochet cotton mako a pin cushion of
it, stuffing the llannel and merino out
in a large, irregularly shaped sphere,
and with the crochet cotton work "lOre
iK fiM)r," on it. Then set it in tho
spare room on tho dresser, caro being
taken to have the cushion fastened on
so loosely that it will cant a littlo toono
side. Then, when the guest wakes up
in the night and sees that awful appari
tion iu the moonlight, ho will confess
idl his sins, put. on his clothes hiudsido
foremost, and drooping himself out of
the window, will line iu terror into tho
wilderness and never conio back to
spoil your best pillow shams with his
bear's' oily head again.
"It isu't what VOIl p-et." t.lii'V snir
down iu West Virginia, "that makes
you ri h, it's what you save." A few
vents saved hero and there in household
expenses are not noticed lit the t 'line,
but by the end of the year they ag 're
gale enough t ,mv lh0 i,,,,n;sl ,, tt
second-hand hoe; mid if tho newspaper
instructions in domestic economy are
faithfully followed out, tho careful
housekeeper will in the course of a year
spend enough lo pay jor a Bloatu
Horace Groeloy and the Ticket Agent
Don Pmtt in the Waalilnirion ('npltul.
A reformed ticket agent, a man now
engaged in a mercantile pursuit, and
who looks hack with profound melan
choly and remorse to his wicked career,
as he sailed in as a ticket agent, told mo
that once, in his sinful days, he was
employed at Chicago on a through line
from that incorporated Boreas on the
lako to New York city, which, made up
of a new combination, was "bucking"
ngainst Vanderhilt. To extend its cus
tom tho combination had at Chicago a
corps of able dodied runners, to seize
wayfarers by the throat and fetch thcin
up to the ticket agent, where the in
nocent traveler was to be talked into a
ticket over tho combination.
One day an able bodied ruflian came,
leading up a rough-looking customer,
who wished to purchase a ticket to New
York by the way of Cleveland. Tho
combination did not touch Cleveland.
But evidently tho old, white-hatted,
looso-trousercd, coarse-hooted country
man, with his white head mid goggling
look, did not know what ho wanted.
It was for the ticked agent to care for
him; an so he rattled on, with ticket
in hand, until tho vcnernblo goggle
eyed old shullle-toes had extracted from
a fat wallet the price and shambled
"Say, old fellow," asked a friend
who happened to be in the oflice, "do
you know who you sold a ticket to then?"
"Some old fool of a corn-cracker."
"Not. a bit of it-that was Horaeo
"tier whillicans! ami he wanted to
go to ( 'lev eland?'1
"Yes, he's billed to lecture there,
and the Tribune will give your combi
nation the devil for the swindle."
"That's so. Here, you put your
cheek to this hole till I find him."
Away ran the ticket agent. It was
not diilicult to find the hotel at which
the venerable philosopher lodged. The
ticket agent found him in the reading
room poring over a late issue of the
Tribune, lie tapped Horace on the
shoulder, and the Philosopher looked
up with the childlike expression of his
that seemed to come out from open
eyes and mouth.
"I beg your pardon," said the agent,
"but 1 sold you a ticket to New York
awhile since, and I made a mistake."
"In the money, I suppose?"' replied
"No. sir; in the route. I remembered
after you left, you said ( 'Icveland. Now
the ticket 1 gave von will not take you
"The bell it don't," cried Greeley,
starting up. "Well, young man, I
can tell you that would be u great
disappointment to Cleveland."
"I don't know anything about that;
but I did not waut any man to miss his
way through any fault of mine. So
I've been in every hotel in Chicago af
"The devil you have."
"I have. There is the right ticket.
It's over a rival line. But my honor,
sir, rises above trick. I bought the right
ticket f.,r you, and if you give mo Uio
old one we w ill be even."
"Young man," said Horace, tishing
from his capacious pocket the ticket of
the combination, "you are, very good;
come to think of it, too damned good
for a ticket agent. Leave that, good
youngniuti, beioreyour innocent r.i.ur.e
is corrupted, or your damned, Talent
Screw and l'od-auger line is bur-led uy.
Go West, young man; go West."
"IViiln I publicly testified that I had
been cured of a terrible skin humor by the
Cuticura Remedies, I did so that others
might be cured, and do not retrrct the time
given to answering inquiries." Hon. Wil
liam Taylor, Boston.
Rely on I he Drnggist.
"Malt Bitters arc the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and allay nervous
"Best liver and kidney medicine we sell."'
"They knock the 'chills'' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in this
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like, to recommend Malt Bitters."
To all who lire suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
semi a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Iiiinan, Station ), New York City.
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If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
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loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
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This is the great remedy that is causing so
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curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
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For sale by George K. O'Hara, Druggist,
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Lessee of the K. Side Base Ball grounds,
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sprains mid contusions sustained by ball
playing, and considers it invaluable. In
one instance where his thumb was severely
sprained a steady application of if cured
him in less than II days. Paul 0. Schuh,
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by ' Dr. I.indsey's Blood Scach
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Hard is the heart that never felt for woman
And cold the breast that never throbbed to
make her sorrow less;
For man's cares and man's delight was
lovely woman born,
And curst be he, where'er he move, can
treat her worth with scorn;
The tear it starts from woman's eye, to bco
you racked with Colicky pain,
And she wisely pets Spring Hlossom to
make you well again,
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General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
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No I'roiiRratinii on riirtli equals St. Jacirs Oa M
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A irihl cnUiils tiiil the c(nnpnrntivi-ly trilling outlay
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Tontine Savings Fund Policies inaj
be terminated at the close of certain
denned periods, on terms more advan
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These policies prove more profitable to
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Actual examples rati he furnished at
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the whole of the premiums paid; iu
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immediately after the receipt at the
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quiring any delay, even for sixty or
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tlninaiid procure health and happlm. wh.
foriiwaa (leHpondency aud Blount. Th Hpo""0
m...ii..i.. i.. , i .7.1.1. H.M..,i.,rnl 'ano
uieHn.iiiv o, iieiiiK iiaen vvnu nwuu.ni".
I'atiiiililnta aent freo to all. Wntu for thum nd
uct full partlculiir, , .
1'rlr.u, HpcRllIc, It fiO l" pacaanc, or tt P
auea lor f 5.00. WU h wni by mall on rocelpt oi
U101117, Addreaa all ordiira, rn
,1 B, H1MPHON H MKDICINK CO.,
Noi. 104 end W Main 8t., BuflWo. N. T.
WANTED. Mannfuettirlnif roncorn want a
bUMin-HH man In Culro, an j Inuvury clly mol al
reailvtiiken i A Inw bundled dolinra bvcuaaary tu
pay for Kod on delivery f,er order have heou
avcurvd for th aamo. fl.v) per month prorl'
Kiiitranl 'i'd. The ninct eari:hiii inntliaiio!i"
nolli lled A. S. AHNULD CD , corner r'lmt
titreei and llroadway, Jtrooklyu, N, V.
THE MILD POWER
H Iiumiihreya' Homeopathio Bpeciii
11 1'roved from ample cxiieriein e mi entl
LA u. 1 1 J t. L'lll..l -.
Kiireem. kilinple, lroniit, Kllleleiii, ami
iiiIiiiihiI to iMiilil;ir line.
lli'lllllMe, IIHJ 1,111 file ,iuj Hieiiuinej
i.ini '1, 11 Al. .li'l. 11 l,R. I Itll'IC.
I. Kever, Conueatlon, Intlainmiitloiin,
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t rv ina Colie, or ieeihlni uf InruuiK,
-llinrrliea of 1 hllitren or Ailulin.
1 llenlerv. lirinlnii. llllloii olle.
a. i hullra aiftehiiH. Vfinilllliil. .Hi
iiiivIi. Cold. Iironehill. . .as
Neuralgia, looihiu he, Hicenelie. .
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Ur. S. Cibbo's Estornal Pile Remedy
CiveOrntantrelli f and 1 anlnf illil lo
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Pol I t'T nrniriri-iaeTerywhere. ITtre, Ji .Ofpi-r l...t
freo.l,y ,.1. Sa-Ii,..i ..t fr,t to phVHi ;:u.
in'l all "tif.-r r,t.v I'.N, ni,,,fi,.r4 i oH !(,, j'.iA,
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Diade'l r- celit of pn-,
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B-ilSlB. J C. ALLAN 1 11.. M j.i'iii Mret,
VicvC t a0 rrwird r.r an? car ; iti. in not
tftt'jli k,a.f and ore core.
1 ( ir 1ml v t hut ri V ti ii ir
ad Irm- will n r. I . me.
thlnu frit ha M ii. tint
may pri-v llie tepp!nkr-ione u a lire 01 Mirreie..
It IK (per. ally 'l Iplcd to thne Wtl.i IllftC r' Hi'tiril
the f.nl 1 I Hi- 1,111. A'lilreMl 41. lOlM,, i
lirrenwicti Street, .New York.
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-v n........iw an nil
fnlliiiK fnro for
i,.,i,,iti.nrv. nml all
(lleae thai fol
low tin a coiino
onellCO of ,'!(
wn-,i-, i y hIiiiku; a lo-a uf
e rp.l,tn i........r
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LMnr via...... v?"! .V1''
ml niiinvcn1 " " "ml 1 "
...n.iMinitlon mid a premiiturn iiriive. ,, ,
CUK I "rt"-ulnrH In our pamphlet, which we de
.,r, to add Ire., by mall lo fvery M. 1 1" -r
acmedli liii' I d bv all driincl'"', Rt I"
pack " nix for or will be .ni IMj; 'V "yi. on
r dpt( f Hi" tntniKyby adilreln-' 1 1 h (. KA
Mich. Hold In Cairo by llarclay Urn., 1'hiiI U
Bchtili ami uo. ft. " "'"
Yonrat'lvea by nuiklnnion
fey when a eoldeti vhuncu la
nlT......I ,1 I I........
ft.ii.ieii, iiiiTeof aiiinja
kceiiliiir iioverlv from vour
" door. TIiohb who alwnya
liikeailvHiitnil'i of the Hoc id
chancoa for nmUlnir money tlmt are ollered, (fciicrnl.
ly bocotne wenl thy, while thoae who do mil tin
provoattch chntiee ri timlii In poverty. Wo want
many men, women, Imvaand girl to do work fnrna
right In their own lor'alttlca, Tb hiialmwa will
Ray morn tlinn ten timoa ordliiary wnen. Wo
irnlli mi expenenlve on till anil nil Dint yoa
rjeedfrca. Noon who vnicnirca fall to make.
inoiH'Y nipMlv. Yim can dovolo your wnol llmo
to tha work, (ir only your aparn momenta, ' Kull
inlormntlon atid all tnatifi ni'cdwd aent (tV9, Ad
drtaaHTINISON 4 CO., Portland, llulnu,
ft-?.,.... l..Ml..fT: fl U Ifljll I
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Sm Hiil Munn for r!auln'i. "Vtf1
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