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THK I)AU,Y OAIItO BW.LKTW: TIIlIltSDAY MOUWNH. JUNK 22. IS82.
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rwivcl limn .such clu ini-t nsX. litum liny--, tins
ton; M. lieliifiinl.titi.', nl i ti i n -. mid liiistavie
M iUvmiUec. N'-vitmiI'I in hulk.
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Poetry and Practical Voik.
Charles Sirniii', ;i HoMon liny, cash
ier aiul poet, whose Point h-of-.luly ov;i
tion has 1m 'on ";'nl by heart" by more
than one geiirraiioii, wa.s iii'leliteil fur
his intcllectiiel cultivation In Itis own ef
forts, lie I .c;ran with a (.(iiiiiiun scIkkiI
education, whieh then meant, the "three
Il's reailin,' 'riling ami 'riilmielir."
Hut lie Mijiileiui nteil these In reailiti
jjottil hoi iks ami hy I lie i aelit e of t- iin
I)sition in in;e uml mio!it.
Lliteiin a iroeei's he wiii l;ec
op until he hail a slurenf his ow n. Sev
eral odes ho wrote, e,-ieei:illy one, reeiietl
at tht! haksjtearo ei lehratioii in Teu
ton, in lH-JH, atlrai'ted iiilli: al!en(ion.
He was niointed ca.-hierof tliedlolie
iiank Hinl held the olliee for forty years,
thus bliowinirlhat literature ami liaiikin
uiav In intimate friends.
ilis Shakieare ode, whii h lias heen
preatly admired, contains one pa-sa'.,'e,
th one dest ri.tivo of the minder, which
wasa favorite of the latc.!amcT. l'lelds.
On iiioritioiiiii this fai t to Mr. Sjiiane,
"Ah, howwell do I I'einemher Hie d ty
I wroto that! I was kt eiin;j a ;:ineei'H
hop on Trcinont How at the lime. It
wasa cohl, stormy, v.iiilci'- i.ty, and I
was alone in t he - hop -ilti:io cr a li' i t
"I had jlHt reached thi pn --:ic
was hoiiin nohodv would i onn
when a man oocned the iI.mh and a
for u (iiiart of tiaiii-oil. ell, ir, I
Lis vessel for him and handed it hail;,
and then, my hands reeking with train
oil, finished that pasvi;e."
'I'hn anecdote illu-tiafes that a well
filled and trained mind can do its wink
nmidtho most unfavorable .surroundings,
l'uw would Ihink a erocer's'-lioi siiitahle
for a ioet's room, or thai Irain-i'ul was
favorable to poetic coiiioiiion. iiui
Mr. Spnjjue had the menial power lo
master even these sin loiimliii'rs.
lie was peaci fully, lnvinly prome
uadiii"; with hisii) the other evening
when he felt a kind of a a sort of
well lm hays it iiioiocIom Iv rc-,emMed
the hhoek of a small e ii'ii.uako than
anything el-e- and then he iickcd him
helf up on llie other side of the gutter,
Btld holdill; his coat tails cloe down
over the rent in his iiiinu iilionahles,
hacked aniuud the corner, leaxinehis
fjul to settle the matter wiMi tln'nat.
Wan'')il, I nrui ma iou.
The (II. i ao . ral-l i the must cruel
paper we I now .,f. a Mr. Wilson wa-.
HMrioved ;i .,,,, .iiiiein, nt made in
regard to Ii'n eoniici lion w il !i he i u- loni
house, and wii.li: lh" . mi. demanding
to know the name o ihe writer of the
article, with a de-in, iip,,irently. o
chaslisin;; that wicked per, on, ' Thu
ll'-rnll, in an editorial, informed WiNon
that .John Sullivan, the pi i.e lighter,
wrote the article. That did not suit
Wilson, and he wrote n;'ain, sayiiii; tlmt
it was not th writer 1 hat he foiiierfaull
with, as ho was no douM a very estima
ble ecritleinun, hut he wauled to know
who jrnvu the rctorter the inforiimtion,
bo nad sir. The . rtUI inuu diately in
formed Vil,,on that ruddy Uvan inlorni
nd tho reporter, and eavo his aihlivsM.
Wilson in not as mad, now, as he wa.s.
A koft answer turndh away winth.
- - .!
It LM been found in the eoui'so of thu
work on the Hudson Hiver tunnel that
colfee is a much morn whoh , mne and
abiding htiiunlaut for the workmen,
enhausted by their labom in an uuiei.,.
jihero of inoro tlnin tmnnal pn.s,,uro,
thtui aro bpiriU of any Bull.
r. i r -Taw
Potato Soup.- Six largu or ten incdi-um-sied
potatoes, one onion, one ulalk
of celery, one tablespoonful of butter,
one tablespoon of unit, quarter of u tea--poonful
of white pepper. Cut up onion
and celery, mid to milk and put it on in
it double, boiler to boil hlowly while the
potat'-es are cooking, ltoil them by
rule already given, mash line and light
when done, add the butter and hcasnn
ing and then the boiling milk. Huh all
through a coarse sieve and wrvo at
once, as it spoils if allowed to htand.
Hoiled Leg of Mutton. Allow twenty
minutes to. the pound ami put on in boil
ing water, to which a teaspoonful of salt
to the quart has been added. It is
whi'.ir ami more delicate boiled in a
cloth, but does not require it. Fast boil
ing hardens the meat It should merely
simmer till done, and if to be eaten cold
i-. better cooled in the water, as this
makes it more juicy. Strain Ihe broth
into the stock jar.
Caper Sauce, Melt, in a saucepan a
piet e of butter the si.e of an egg and
add two even tablespoonfuls of silled
Hour. Stir steadily till smooth mid add
slowly one pint of milk or milk and wa
ter, or water alone, the milk being most
delicate and making what is called a
cream ruur. Add t wo tablespooiifiils of
capers, and the juice of half a lemon is
also nice, and a speck of ciiycnno pep
per may be used.
I'olato l'utl's. llo'il and mash the
polaloc.j by rule already given, and
whiie hot make into balls the size of a
larire if'', Hut tor a tin sheet, brush
over the halls with yolk of an egg and
brown them quickly in a hot, oven, which
will lake from live to ten minutes. Slip
them from the tin with a knife to a hot
platter ntid serve at once.
Stewed Turnips. If new they will
cook in liltccn luinulcs; if old not less
than an hour w ill lie needed, l'cel and
slice or cut in quarters. Put on in boil
ing salted water, cook till lender. Then
pout oil' this water and add one cup of
milk and water, equal parts of each,
l'.lcii'l a tablovpo, infill of butter and one
of llour smoothly; add a saltspoonl'ul of
pepper and two of salt, simmer all to
eciher ten or fifteen minutes and serve
in a deep dish.
Tea. - No matter what variety may be
ii soil, there are certain rules absolutely
essential for all. To begin with, never
usii a tin leapot if an earthen one is ol
tainable. An even teaspoonful of dry
tea is the icual allowance for a, person.
Scald Ihe teapot with a little boiling wa
ter and pour it oil'. Put in the tea, pour
on about a teaeupful of boiling water,
letting it stand a minute or two for the
leaves to swell. Then till with the re
quired amount of water, still boiling, this
being about a small cupful to a person.
I 'over clu-oly and let it stand furtive
minutes. Ten will be required for Png-ii-h
lueahfa-d ten, but nmrl'oil either,
above all in a tin pot. P.oiling liberates the
tannic acid of the tea which acts upon
the t in, making a compound bitter and
nielaiiie in t!tsle and unlit for human
At the close of the theatre, tno oilier
evening, a lady was dc.-cending the stairs
when a boy niiout twelve years old un
consciously stepped on the train of her
diess, and lit the same instant turned his
head lo answer the inquiry of a com
panion on Iho landing above. The lady
was intentlyobserviiigthetitof aslecve
Icas jacket just in front, and, before she
v as aw are of il the w hole hkirt of her
dress wa.-, drawn tightly up underneath
her armpits, leaving a rather tattered
underskirt l he sole object of an admir
ing group. Willi a hasly, almost savage
sweep of her hand behind, she brought
away not only the skirl but the boy him
self. He descended with much the Name,
velocity as a keg of nails, striking t ho
lady on the eal esof her legs and knock
ing her feet lairly from under her. She
came dow n with a crash, sitting on the
boy with great, promptness, aiidthe two
lolled together to the hollolll of the Stair
way. As the young man disengaged
him elf and crawled out from between
Ihe lady'd feci, he said, "if it hadn't a
been for them 'ere newspapers, mam,
wot you've e,,t strapped up thar behind,
I'd a been smashed to geiwax, 'h t rue's
A good wife is one who puts her hus
band in the bed next I he w all, tucks him
up nicely in the winter; splits the kind
ling makes the lire in the morning,
.paiiks the baby, washes her husband's
f ice, draws on his bonis for him, never
scold ., never allows a rent in his panta
Iooih, keeps his stockings darned ami
her .shoes tin at the heel, never .slams thfl
door when lie is speaking, nor wonders
w hat he sees inlcre.-.ting in the pretty
milliner across the way, and patronizes
our stoi e.
Driving a fTor.se,
Some of our readers may be iitM met
ed by reading the following hints about
picparing a Iioim' for his work:
The hoise that is about to be driven
on a jourm y needs hardening by exer
cising preparing by sweating out the
body to pinil'y and increase the circula
tion ol the blood, and also by hand rub
bing the legs to make them firm and
cla-iie a picparai imi in some degree
corresponding with that, attained by a
horse that is daily driwu on the load
lor ordinary work.
1'or one week previous to tho start
they need daily exercise, commencing
with eighl or ten miles, and gradually
ini leasing to twenty per day.
This exercise-. wiih appropi into food,
will harden their muscles, slreiietheji
their limbs and prepare them to poifoi in
tin ir tasks without, giving out on the
load, materially declining in flesh, or
seriously exhausting their physical pow
ers. If we perforin long drives with horses
accustomed to short work only, the hiuI
den transition from indolence to groat
exertion will relax iheir muscles, weak
en their joint., depress their spirits and
break down their constitution.
The leading cause of ho many valua
ble hor-os being spoiled by long drives
is from being chort of work. They aro
inn prepared for such severe exertions.
Condition will prepare theni toper
form their work cl rfully, last out
with sound limbs and prcservo their con
stitutional vigor for future usefulness.
XutioiuU Live Mack Journal.
If there is anything more painful than
a cross-eyed man trying to Hcrntcli his
back, it is to see a favorite dog walk for
an hour on his tail in the vain cfl'ort to
manh a Ilea that is biting Liin in a plttc
Lo can't reach with Lis too nail.
Attt iition, linili uad Men I
"I KtdVerud for more than a year with in
digestion, I wiih very bilious, iicciiHionally
1 1 It VI II
a (tuniDcinii, loiiowcn try icversj.
..i, 1 . tt I
u l ii ! uriiulrnleil Inn. I took Stiff I
, . , r,. ,nwt;in
Liver Kee.iilaliir, and iiiu thoroughly sui is
lied that it is all that is recommended for
indigi 'Hi ion and bilious complaints, for mine
was ctituiiily it stubborn case. Many of
my fi tends speak of it, and they all Hp,rce
that it pusschweb all the virtues you claim
for it. "A. II. Higlitowm, Conductor (J.
That Awful Erotbor.
"I c-a-n-n-o-t hing the old songs!' she
warbled,' touching the Leys of the shiv
ering, sobbing piano and drawing out
waiN of anguish.
"Then w hy do you try top" asked her
father in an unsympathetic voice.
"1 cannot s-ing the old songs," she
went on, looking up into the face of her
lover, who was bending over her with
agony depicted in his countenance, ior
he had to turn the leaves and didn't
know a musical bar from a barrel stave.
Then she began on the next verso."
"I cannot sing the o-l-d songs!"
And its her voice went up into the
fourth story and Mansard roof her dear
ly loved young brol her said, "Well, sir,
I wouldn't sing the old things if I could,
and you know you can't."
Then she smiled at him so that ho
went up stairs and locked himself in.
lie Had a Dollar and a Quartor Voico.
A countryman climbed out of a wag
on on Austin avenue, entered a music
store, and said he wanted to buy a piece
of music for Lis son.
"If your .son is not very far advanced,
perhaps this would do," said the clerk
handing over a piece of sheet music.
"Mow much does it cost?"
"Well, that's too low for him. Tho
last piece I bought for him cost seventy
live cents. He's got a tenor voice, and
1 reckon a piece worth a dollar and a
quarter at least will best suit his gait."
The clerk accident ly found a piece
that was suited to a higher priced voice,
and the proud father shelled out the
cash. ---7 (..ik. SiJ'thiijH.
"She's a small woman," said a youth
of his mother, "but when she haiits off
her slipper and says, 'Sam'l, come here
this minit,' we boys go just as though,
bLo weighed four hundred pounds."
Il' is woiMii Kf.M.,MHiiiUNu that nobody
enjoys ihe nicest surroundings il in bad
health. There are miserable people about
to-day Willi one loot in the i.'iave, when a
bottle of Puikei's (linger Tonic would do
them nunc goo. I than nil the doctors and
medicines tiny h.tvu ever tried. See adv.
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, folds,
Asthma, Unmchitis, h bsol Voice, or an af-
tectioii el the Throat ami Lungs, are re
quested to call at (ieorge K. O'ilara's drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery tor Cninmuiption, Irco ol
charge, which will convince them ol its
wonderful meiits and show what a regular
dollar sizu bottle will do. Call curly. (IJ)
In the Opinion of Physicians,
teeth that mi; becoming defective or are
insiiflicii ntly clcuusi d, infect thu food and
unlit It for the digestive process. Health,
tncrcfoie, us well us personal attractiveness
is promoted by the use of S. .odoiit, pure
in composition, agreeable in flavor, prompt
ami dli.Ttivu in its purifying action, and
economic, since only a lew drops upon the
brush aro needed at a time. The popular
ity of this steiling preparation is based
upon long tested and professionally rccoe
Tin.; Voltaic Hklt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will scud Dr. Dyes Celebrated Kler.tro Vol
taio, IJclts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old ) who
aro nlllictcd with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy and complete restora
tion of In alt h and manly vigor. Address
as .ibovc N. 11. -No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
A Popular Tonic
K'iUW.;K LI'MIH ANII ( ONsl'.MI'l ION".
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, lor the relief and euro of
Coughs, Colds, Soiu Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption m the incipient or advanced
stages of he disease, has evci met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Itock and Kye." The
repeated ami continued sales of the article
-very where arc the best evidence of its real
merits. Lctteis and tcatiinoiials from every
quaiier of the country, attesting the slim
iibitim:, tonic and healuig clfccta, are in
possession of tie1 piopl ietoin, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
render ol its intrinsic virtues. Further
("niinciid iliuti is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant laste and agreeable llavor, will
satisfy all I hose w ho are alllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Km It
and l!ye,-IChicago Tunes.
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other iliNinHtD llnl li.Htl tu lin-nullv, coniiinplluu
or ;iii.iinliiie irrnvi
Wl'iill I'hmicuIiiih in mir inniiilit, will' Ii w
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hiet IllrMwIldin" Ip Btiltl 1 v nil ilrio'.l m Jl jut
t'HCKHpii, or Mt iiu k'ii:i f inr $'i, in will l itit froe
liv lunilim rtitiapl nl llie inniiev, l.v nriilroHidni;.
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A uillm of youthful iruinidini' ciuislinj I'rrin.
tnm liM'y, NiTviiini pclulity, j,,Nt ManliiK't, iitr
tlti tried In ruin ov..tjr kimn n ri'incily, lia dm
eovfriilniniiniliiK.lfriirii.wlntU , Wii f,.,l ym:tt
U, hi, f. .l..w-un-r..rMki iil'IrtiM J, UX'i,
tbttllinni M.. N. Y.
Chills and Fever.
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wKetiti btviiiir 9 l,,l,,r """ I'reiiktt thu
t ill llflk 1 nillllll.lll" 1.1,'T uruil'
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in villi vyny ul lilt '' ". -., ......
! hy tho mayor."
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n mi'iln tf lull
Jltilii.n linn mi mil
V r Iho ri'llef hikI ruru
nf tltih iliclri'SHliii; ili-
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DYSPMl 'HI A.
'I'lii' Hi't'iiliilor will ioh 1 1 1 vtr 1 y nini this terrlliln
tliM iii.il. Wo iissi rt eiiilihntlriilly wlntl u know to
eliniilil nnl lie naairili'il it trilling hI liuetit . Na
ture iIi'IiihikIn Hi ii lit mi ii-I rt'iMilnrilt' itf tho ImomIh,
'I Im n l'.ri. usflHl li.tllirt' hy tnkll't' Hiiioiiiiiin Liver
ii. Killalur. II in lilti Illl.'rH, milit mill flirt llml.
Onij cr two tul. li fptii'iifulH will relievo it'l thu
Iri.nliUis Im itli-nl In u IiIIioiik nlittc, Kiirh im Nhiitu
JI..'iiii'H-, llriiuhliii hh, MihlroHc itlliT eutlii);, u lill
i.t l.ail I'l I'' III till: lll'llllll .
MA LA HI A.
I'tixiiiK inni nvniil nil ul t .-ii kB hy iit citi'liiiiHlly
luhiii.. u ilnfc nl Minni'iNs Llvor lff;;nl:ilir lo ki:ui
lln loer In !n'iilili in Inni .
HA I UlNOATI I!
.ii-iiiTitll'. .n l-iiit' Ir .in n ilisonti-r.'il Hteinncli, run
In.. ( I'livcu-tl b v lul. Hi; SiinliinliH Liver lit -nliilur.
.1 A UNDKJM.
SuitoiDiiH Liver llet-iiliil r cimn ithiIU iilef thin (lis.
t ni". t roil) I lie h nit in, Ictivinn llie i-Ut ii clear and
lev liniii n H i U'iiiiitieu
Cliilili. n cnlV'Tlii)! with enlic Ktmn e.n rleni i! ro
Ii. I when Miiii'iiuis Liver lieuniiitin ih 'idiniiiiter
ell. Ailll'l" ItlCil lleiive (.Trill lu lu I'll Iron, lhl
iiieilleine. ItiHiml llitileni'Hiit; il if liiirinleHi
nini i ilttilv i. I'lirely vie iitlil'i.
HLAI )l il'Ai .V KJDNIOYS
MuhI nl i lie iliHiKr.-c nl lie' hlinl'ler tiiiu'liiHlefroin
tlnin.. "I 'lie li i i ! 1 1 ' s . Ker-lnie Hie pcliiiii of tin;
Inn Inliy tiiitl liniii llie UnllieH Mini lihnitli r will
lie 1 1 t-1 o! i il,
v,'" Tni,e niiiv He- ii ii I ii . whli li alwi.vK Iiiih no
the urupl" r lln; r il tnttle murk nml hit li.iture ul
J. I l.ZDJLIN it CO.,
Fin Mtlu hy nil ilriififlx.
&!u-. 1 !-0'-' ; y
Ifymi Hiifl'e.r from sry h j n--' , uer
nt'niKK'K IlI.OOD fllTTKHi.
If yon lire ulllli tel with lillloinuiem, ne
lit IJlioi K Jil.OOl) IIITTEHH,
II ) "U nr e tiroflrutt tl villi t-iek liemlm ke, tnkc
Ill'IliUK'K ll.(i) I'.ITTKHS
If your liH.ve'iS oio illnirder il reeiilKK' them wiih
Ill'KLoi K lll.ODl) liriTEKH.
If your blond ii hntaire, purily 11 with
lil'UDOCK HLOOI) IIITI'KHH
II you luive li,(li;:i i lion, you will liml mi mi t i Iot in
liVHDoCK HLOOI) lllTTKK'S.
II you lire Irouliled Willi eirlnn rninilii till", ersill
Iritli; Hu m wiih ItriUKK'K UI.OOI) I'.ITTEltS.
II your liver Ih torpid rectore it in hi iilthy action
wnr 1U UliOi K LLool) IU'1 I Kits,
If your liver is nlleded you will llnd a rhiiro reslor
i.tive In lit I.MKICK lll.OOIJ Itiri'EKS.
If you tut ve any ciit rlcd of humor or pimple, full
not lo tnku Ll'lt'UK'K BLOOD HITi'KUS.
If you have any plniptoiii of ulctirH or tcrufuluuv
Hoiei., arurutivo reuit'ily will tie fouiel In
linitMil lv liLOOt) HriTEllS.
Knr liniiMrtini; stroiuati and vitality lo the Hylem,
iio'lilii.!Ciin iiiiii! llUUIiOCKIILOOl) HITi'KHS.
Kor Nervoim mid (ieneral Debility, tone lip Hit)
pvctem with HI' HIMil K lil.OOD lliri F.IlS
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Kl.iekH itH fnllv protect.'.! us iiuiHt
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