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.THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: FRlDAy MORNING, APRIL 31, 1882.
Who put up t der pst hotel,
L Una dskuhis orsdors on dt?r eebell
j Uu.4 cult der fntuMoe out a si dwell?
j lHr Drummer.
, Who vu It romos tndo mine tchtore,
I Druw down his bundles on lr vloor,
. L'tid never chum to shut der door r
I Ker Drummer.
Who daki-s mo pjr dor ho ndt und nay :
I 'Hn I'foltftT, now you van uwlny?"
I rind iriuM fur imiiiiu rluhilt avav
Who shprnads hi tamplos In trice,
' Und dull me. "look, und lee bow nice?"
Und Myi "I huj dor bottom price V
J Der Drummer.
I Who say dor dlnpr tm otrnrstrn vine
' ' "From 8harrunf uMn der Hhlno" 1
Und atnat me dun dimi'S out of ulnef
i . Di-r Druinuior.
' Who dolls how shoen der pool vas bought!
i Moorb lM a Tat I irood IiiiImiiU
But lei duin iro as he i ns "Hliort.
, , Xr Drummer.
1 Who van-ants all dor a-mits to suit
Di-r iriiNtoiiKir uoo.i Inn mum,
; UnJ veil dcy (mines (ley vns no goot,'
j Der Drum ii kt.
' Who jrome around ven I boon nurtt,
Ill-inks otip minu bier Hint eiits uilue kraut,
' Cnd kiss Kalrina In flttr mouU
' j . Der Drummer.
i Who von he pornos strain din vy
VIII hoar vot I'lVtllnr him to sny,
Unt mlt a pluck eve iron avay I
Laj of the Henpecked Husband.
. 0, her hair In dark as the mldnlirht wavo,
And nitreyo I like kindling- tiro,
And bur voice U sweot as the spirit voice
That chords with a seraph's lyro.
Out nor nnlU are sharp a a loantlng fork,
And her arms an atriitiK uh a bear's,
. She pulled my hnlr aud sho irouvod my eye.
And she kicked mo duwu thu sutlrs.
I've irot me an eye that Is mado of g-loss
And I'vw arot me a wijr tunt's now.
The wlw is frizzled with cork.-rt'W curls
Aud the eye Is clouded blue.
She may shako hor knuckles full la my face,
And put tho lump to my licard,
And hold the brooniHtick over uiy bead,
Dut I'm not at all afeard
Fur I've bound her ovor to keep the peace,
And I've bought me a erulctreo cane
The policeman will come and the Justice, too,
If she muddle with me OKitiu.
My head was a week In a linen cap,
Aud my eye wan a month In the patch,
I ru'ver thought that the torch of love
Would light such a brimstuno mutch.
Anecdote of Webster.
An uflmiraVilu illnutrntinti nf flifl t.afit
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ana ueiiuai'y wuiuu uiusi ou uwwu m uu
cessfully deal with boys is given in tho
following anecdote published in tho Ad-
When Daniel Webster's father found
that his son whs not robust enough to
ruakc a successful farmer, ho sent him
to Exetor to prepare for college, andfoiiud
a home for him, anion"; a number of
other aludents, in tho family of "old
'ftquire Clifford," as wo of a younger
generation havo always heard him called.
Daniel hail up to this timo led only the
secular life of a country farmer's boy,
and though tho New Hampshire farmers
have sent out many heroes, as firm and
truo as the granite rocks in tho pasture,
there cannot bo among tho hard and
Lomely work which sucli a life implies
tho littlo finenesses of manner which
good society demands.
Daniel was one of these diamonds of
the first water, but was st ill in tho rough,
aud needed somo cutting and iKlishing
to fit hiui to shino in tho great world in
which ho was to iiguro so conspicuously.
None saw this more clearly than the
flensiblo old Squire. Tho boy had one
Labit at table of which tho gmiiro saw it
would be a kindness to euro him.
When not using his knifo and fork ho
was accustomed to hold them upright in
liis fists, on either side of his pluto.
Daniel was a bashful boy of very deli
cate feelings, and the Squire feared to
wound him by Speaking to him directly
on tho subject.
So he called aside one of the other
students with whom ho had been longer
acquainted, und told him his dilemma.
"Now," said he, "1 want you this
noon at tho table, to hold up your knifo
and fork as Daniel does. 1 will speak to
you about it, und wo will see if tho boy
does not lake a hint for himself."
Tim youivg man conscuted to bo tho
scape-goat for his fellow-student, and
several times during the meal planted
his lists on the table, with Ids knife and
fork as straight as if ho had received or
ders to present anus.
, Tho bquiro drew his attention to his
position, courteously begged his pardon
for speaking of tho matter, and added a
few kind words on tho importance of
young men correcting such little habits
before going out into the world.
The student thanked him for his inter
est and ndviec, aud promised reform,
ami uumci s kiuio ana wra were- never
from that day seen elevated on the table,
-When, after a vaeution, Daniel's
tether brought the lad for a second term
to Lxeter, lie put in his Naddlc-bars
good fat turkey from the Franklin farm,
which ho gave to the Niuire as an ex
prossion of hie gratitude for Daniel's im
Killing a Oat
It was eveniyg. Three of them wcro
killing a cat. Due of them field a lan
tern, another held the cat, and a third
A'. I .1 ,1... i.i.iti in flwft
fired tho oistol, shooting tho man in tho
baud who held tho eat, and tho olio with
tl. t..tt..i.n u.nu In tli. i im
Tho eat left when it saw how matters
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Btouti mm lu.ih iii-i.-ruii w.m uwu en
gendered. Ea Oould Stand Almost Anything Bat
A siitht at once idtiablo and ridicu
lous might havu been witnessed at the
Hobokeu police station Will nesdny even
ing. A young man about twenty-two
years of age, of rather tiunrepossessliiff
extorior, was dragged into tho room in
that stago of intoxication in which tho
victim is Irredeemably silly. As soon
at ho had been searched ho turned to
the officer in maudlin grief und said
- "un, wnat a city ims is! i am
ashamed of it," and he buried his faeo
in bis hands aud wept liko a child. "I
bare been arrested in a great many
cities, but uh, to bo arrested! n Ilobokcn
this is tho worst blow of all."
Aud ho leaned bis head upon t'u) desk
ana wept airesa. v
old oravbeard rat of immense si.e wns
placed In an old dry-goods box in the
ulrucL Threo cuts wore thrown in the
box with him, aud ho whipped them in
ono, two, threo order. Ihroo terriers
' wert t-hoD Introducod, and also retired
tartly whipped, " Tho rat wa flnjlv 4
A Practical Kitchen. '
This questioa is thus discussed by
Helen Campbell in a recent article on
"What else can a kitchen be?" asked
, a young housekeeper the other day as
' she chanced to see the above beading.
"That is the one point that dadoes and
port lories never invade. Mine is deco
rated it is true, but it is with the grease
repots left by successive Uiddios. How
ever, it is always so dark that nobody
knows they are thero, and I never en
ter tho holo if I can help it."
"Tho holo." That is the dill'eronco
between past and present. In spite of
modem conveniences, set-tubs, ranges
und gas tho kitchen of to-day is too often,
at any rate in city houses, gloomy, ill
ventilated and depressing; a mere tem
porary stopping place for servants of all
nationalities, each one a trillo more in
competent than the last. Tho modern
conveniences soon havo the look uf an
cient inconveniences. Tho range, every
cover of which is cracked and distorted
by a course of red-hot tires, ceases to
bake or roast unless urged constantly to
tho saino point. Tho sink,.-iH the haunt
of ronches.ftiC jwhidi and for mice titbits
are .always in wait under or among tho
pipes which burst or overflow in myste
rious ways, and gradually through ne
glect and abuse even tho possibilities of
tho room turn to impossibilities, aud the
only method of reconstruction lies, as in
other varieties and crises, in destruction
first and then a new start
Thero Is no disinfectant like abundant
sunlight. If tho house faces in such di
rection that this means of grace is known
only in front, thero is partial remedy in
increasing tho sizo of tho windows, sup
posing the kitchen under discussion to
be tho ysual basement one of cities and
towns. Where aback porch or a piazza
hliuts off light, it would bo better if pos
sible to build the kitchen out on tho sumo
Hue, lotting the intermediate space bo
used for storage. Anything rather than
constant working in shadow, and thus
tho inability to detect and banish dirt,
which from the day it was used in our
manufacture has been the synonym of
unending war, and will bo so long as
"earth goeth on earth."
Free ventilation means the possibility
of carrying off much of the mixed and
lutrvasive odor resulting from cooking,
but any description of such methods re
quires more room than the present ar
Keononiy of urrangeinent is even more
essential. To the architect, who never
having gone through tho numberless
processes of getting a meal, has no con
ception of the number of steps to betaken,
it seems a small matter whether a closet,
fur instance, is near a range or on the
other side of tho room, lie does not
plan, or from the position of the hot
water pipes is forced to plan, a sink next
to the range, and underneath he elects,
having boxed it in, shall he the place
for pots nnd kettles. ,.
Now uotliing coiihl well bo less desir
bale. About allwater pipes will, no matter
how well kept, bo at. least occasional
visitations of Croton bugs or roaches, und
as they love devious ways their paths
will bo through pots and saucepans far
more probably than any where else,
above ull if any stray bits of the last
thing cooked adhere to them. If tho
housekeeper's stiseeptiblilies revolt at
uncovered pies, keep nothing below bo-
yontl f lie box 01 sanu ami scrnuuing
brushes, nor, I oray you, let Hridget
"chuck" lloor cloths into remote corners
or even hang them on the pipes, slimy
masses of possible fovers. Let them he
dried by sun or lire, and then if need ho
Inn! sncller there.
Tho floor if uncovered means a week
ly scrubbing. A good oilcloth requires
only washing Over and thus saves time
and strength. An oiled lloor of hard
wood is good and a painted ono also,
uotii requiring less lauor man tne oruin
ary one of pine boards. If tho expense
is not too great painted walls thoroughly
varnished secure cleanliness, as they
can then simply he wipul down at inter
vals, llio color should lie light, unit
dirt may be revealed, not bidden. Tho
ceiling should bo white or tinted to har
monize with tho walls. A wainscoting
is nn advantage also, dirt adhering less
to wood than to plaster. Make tho room
light, airy and bright as possible, and it
will bo easier to insist on its being kept
in suitable order than if both mistress
and maid are depressed and disgusted
tho first consciously, the latter quite with
out her own knowledge of causo by
darkness or gloom. For all evils, mental,
moral or physical, light is a panacea,
and Hridgct can bo brought to terms
more speedily in sunshine than shadow
can ever dictate. -
Unt whom havo wo here? Blithely
tripping by tho side of a tall and gallant
escort appeared at tho portal of the ho
tel a little lady who hesitated a moment
at tho step of a coupo, shrugged her
shoulders, said: "Oh, conio along, lot's
walk," and suited the action to, the
word. Far be it for any masculine pen
to attempt to deseribo Adelina l'utti's
costume. All that can be recalled is a
red feather, a dark hat, a sealskin robo
with different fur on tho border, yellow
ish gloves, and tho daintiest luiots, with
real heels, fche was in a happy temper.
Her hair wafc coal black, her eyes shono
with health and contentment, and she
did not profano tho sunshine by wear
ing diamonds in her ears on the street
and in the morning. A walk on Fifth
avenue to-day means something differ
ent to l'atti, tho diva, from a scamper
(own Itleeckor street thirty year ago to
Adelina, the child of poor and strug
gling parents. Then sho had nothing
but the germ of her wonderful powers.
To-day sho has estates, villas, a castle,
JfiOO.OUO in diamonds alone, wealth that
is computed in seven figures, and a voice
iniilchless this Hido of the gates of pearl.
Then calico dresses,, jet black braids of
linir upon her back, flashing eyes, and h
gypsy skin, were the possessions of ono
of a "lot of children." To-day she walks
or drives, as suits her whim, exacts trib
utes from kings, and has the world of
art and genius at her feet. But however
this tuny he, she walked down the ave
nue looking ut tho houses, gazing at tho
lopl(, explaining to her companion,
amr absolutely unknown to any whom
slio met for blocks and blocks. AVw
1'orfc Ldkr. .
MjcsunviNo Articles auk always Ap
I'Kkciatkd. The exceptional cleanliness of
Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular.
vruy uairg are impossible wita its occasion
g Seat g k um destro v er.
Prophylactic Fluid !
ric-itrn purlflud and heal
ud. UaiiL'rone pre
venlud aud cured.
Wounds healed rapidly.
Scurvy cured lu short
Teller dried up.
It iHUerlec'ly harmless.
r'l.r core throat It la a
Sick rooms purlflud and
Kcvvrml ami Hick piT
sons rullrvi'd und ru
frtHiicd liv Imthlnn
Muld added lo Hit)
Soft white complexions
sucurud by itn lieu In
Impure air inmlo Imrin
Ions and purlllnd by
To purify llio breath,
cloannu Hit) tuctli, It
can't ho pur-panned.
Caturrh relieved and
ltemovus all unpluaiwit
rimliTR ill' hI dhLuiI
Hhip fever prevuntad by
In ckhch of ilmth In the
huire, It should al
ways hu lined about
thu corpso It will
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dote lor animal or veg
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DimceroiiB cflluvias of
ei k rooms and hospit
al removed by its use
Yellow fever eradicated.
In fuct it is tha great
Disinfectant and Purifier.
Manufacturing Chemists, SOLE I'ltOI'IUKTOKH.
Owing to a popular Idea thsta remedy said to
cure a variety of maladies should bo treated with
caution, if not ru'plclon, the inventor benitatcd
jouie timo lu plueiiir it before the public; but from
the gra' ifyinir ai.Hurai.ee by a treat number of thu
rare vitalling and health reuewlng properties of
his preparntion of I!ypuphotphlteB, under a varie
ty ofcircumgiances. be is equally nntiefied that
tbeee(fleclB are secured br its use, that its action
is peculiar to tils preparation, and that Consump
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Is as easily controlled as nioH other organic dis
eases. While it is the aim of the inventor to convey In
formation lonch an require b e Ilypophospbites,
it Is his rlnn belief turn Its u will lie valuable to
U vthrt (I'-stru a lone life or who are struggling tor
health. With a fuilii lacd upon the experience of
twelve years, he would not despair of restoring a
patient tulfering from the shove named disease,
even though n duced to a verv low state and not
complicated by actual orunic loi.
Fl'Nt, .Mich., May 10th. ltJ.
DesrSIr: Allow tne lo fay that I esteem your
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Uervuu iVHtum it is Invaluable. I have used it my
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troduced it to a laru'e joiinberof my people.
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lims nf . mutuary.
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dlmnossorvlKlcin. premature old rro, d many
othur dismiss that load to lusnullv, coosnmptloD
or a pritmatui. erave.
firVntt iiarllciilurs In our pamphlet, wlilch wo
doslao to solid fru. bv mull to ovorvono. .WTh
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pacaaiio, or six panknutis for r, or will b. stmt froo
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