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THE DAILY OAIKO WJIXKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOENINO, SEPTEMBER (i, 1882,
fA VlMl BAKING POWDER
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
SIOOO. Given; ,
If alum or any inju rinusminnutncon Cull lie fuund
In Ari'lrcwH roarlBnkinft Powder, h s
lively PURE. Hcinn endorse', mid testimonial!
nwlvetl Iroin until) ehuniM asS. iMna Hays, liiw
tmi: M. I liifontaino, of I'liicaMo; nml tiuitlaviii
Bode, Milwaukee. Never wild In luilk.
C P. ANDREWS A. CO.
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1,'mru nrivnnf iu VII l-mfltl (! KIlttR
factory to Its wearer inrvtry wnv.
or the inoiirv will refunded I'V
tUo person from whom it was linuclit .
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lint ln.luH.iu lo lh wow. ami 'n '!'''';-' '
tlm 'niwtromrortabls awl p. rfi'.-t. fit f u n lnni l nil
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CI1ICAOO ClUtSliT CO.. thiuuKo, 111.
How a Mouse Carried His Burden.
"There nre two men," said ltridfres,
"besido mysolf who are living who cm
attest tho truth of my niousu story. Wo
threo were comrades in tho federal
army during the war. Odo day, in I ho
State of Kansas, while on a scout, ono
of our men w as killed in a drunken row.
Having received permission lato in tho
evening, we took tho corpse to a pri
vate house, intending to bury it the
next day. We three wore sitting up
with the body in a room from which a
stairway ascended to tho upper floor.
During tho wea hours wo heard a
strange noise, aa if something was mov
ing softly on the upper steps of tho
stairway, and which seemed to bo grad
ually descending. As the light was dim
in the room, a minute or more elapsed
before we could discern what was tho
cause of the noise, when wo discovered
three mice, evidently engaged in help
ing each other U lift or roil something
down th stairway. As they progress
ed a step at a time we discovered that
it was a largo hen's pirr, which one of
tbe mice held in a close embrace, al
lowing the other two to roll him like a
ball from one step to the other, always
managing to fall on his back, thereby
protecting the egg. After reaching the
lloor in tho room in which wo were wit
ting, all threo began to roll the egg to
ward an indenture in the lloor, with
which they seemed to liavo been famil
iar. The egg was rolled into this place,
evidently to steady it, while the three
inico proceeded to cat it, cutting
through the shell and soon emptying it.
Now, if mouse sense isn't eiiial to horse
ense, don't know." Our ('out incut.
Barnum's Trick of Legerdemain at Sea.
On the recent voyage of the City 1
Rome to Liverpool, 1. T. Itanium, was
a passenger. At a concert piven on the
ship he was the presiding genius; he
opened tho evening with numerous
anecdotes of his earlier days. Among
others ho told how he once bought a
magnificent coach-dog, fur which ho
paid $50; said he was beautifully mark
ed, but unfortunately ho was caught in
a heavy shower the day after he bought
biro, when presto, ho was changed into
an ordinary cur, tho spots having been
ingeniously painted upon him. He
went to the man from whom ho had
purchased him. lie acknowledged tho
sale, but said his clerk had forgotten to
send the umbrella which always went
with the dog, as ho could not tdand tho
rain. Ho dosed tho entertainment by
giving specimens of leerdenTain. His
greatest trick, ho said, had never beeu
equaled iu this country or any other.
Bo I will give it. He broke a soda
cracker iuto threo pieces, asked some
ono in the uudictiee to mark them, so
they could bo readily identilied. Then
he axked for three hats, tun I placed a
piece under each hat. Then, once more
asking tho gentlemen if they were sure
they would recognize the pieces again,
lie deliberately alo each piece. "Now,
ladies and gentlemen, the most wonder
ful part of the feat appears. I will place
nil threo of llieso pieces of cracker un
der one hat if vou will choose which
bat it shall be.' The bnt was imme
diately chosen Mr. Itanium ItiNlantly
placed it on his head, and said: "Tho
threo pieces of cracker are all under tho
hat." No ono could gainsay it, so ho
closed mid shouts of laughter. Louin
A codfish was recently found with a
mall bottlo of celery salt insido Lis vi
tals. The introduction of celery salt in
to tho coillinh w ill no doubt work i
wonderful revolution in the codfish
ball aod correct the wood violot flavor
of the codfish Lao.
A Petroleum Romano.
A fellow Now Yorker pointed out to
me this morning a citizen of rittsburg
who wan, at one time, a salesman in a
rotail grocery there, at a salary of $.r00
a year. When the -petroleum excite
ment became rampant, ho wont to Titus
ville without any money, and after a
few weeks fell in with a prosperous
speculator and "struck oil, making
$100,000 to $500,000 in a year. He in
creased this sum to $1,1)00,000, and was
urged by his friends to retire from tho
oil region with the wages of his luck.
This he refused to do, and before an
other twelve-month ho hail lost it all
but a few 'thousand dollars. Then ho
returned to I'ittsburg and went to
work in a legitimate way; but the fover
of speculation attacked him once more,
and he betook himself a second time to
Oil Creek. After various shifts and ad
ventures, fortune revisited him, and ho
was able- to count his million. Trying
to double this he had fixed his ligure
at $2,000,000 he was again financially
wrecked. This time he was so poor
that he stayed amonjr the wells, and
was forced to earn a livelihood by be
coming a day laborer. New opportun
ities opened to him, and a third time he
got very rich. Reckless speculation
once more brought him low, and he left
for California, hoping to improve his
prospects there. The fascination of pe
troleum drew him back. He made a
fourth fortuno and lost it; and finally a
fifth, with the came result.
Within a few months the fickle god
dess has smiled for the sixth time, and
he has invested all his money in Gov
ernment bonds well nigh $1,700,000
and forsworn speculation. He sold all
his oil before tho recent tumble in
prices, and says he has learned wisdom
by experience. Having more than he
will ever spend, he ought to be content
ed financially, and run no more risks;
but I doubt if ho will. The $2,000,000
he had fixed upon he has not yet reach
ed; and he will be different from most
speculators if he can resist the gold
greed. His wifo, who is here, with four
children two grown-up girls, and two
boys on the eve of manhood was the
counselor that induced him to buy gov
ernments. He himself is not yet fifty.
In no other country than this could a
man make six fortunes and lose five in
less than twenty-five years. In Ameri
ca alone is the tale of Aladdin and his
wonderful lamp daily, yes hourly, verl
hod. Boston Advertiser.
Poisons and Antidotes.
The following list contains some of
the more common poisons and the rem
edies iikclv to be at hand in household.
Acids The.-ie cause great heat and
consul ion of burning -pain from the
mouth -down to tho stomach. 'Heine-
dies, magnesia, soda, pcarlah or soap
dissolved in water; then ujo the stom
ach pump or emetic.
Alkalies - Tli remedy is vinegar.
Ammonia Remedies, lemon juice or
Alcohol First cleanse out the stom
ach by an emetic, then dash cold water
on the head and give ammonia (spirits
Arsenic In the first place evacuate
tho stomach, then give tho white of
eggs, lime water, or chalk and water,
charcoal and the preparations of iron,
White lead and sugar of lead Rem
edies, alum, cathartics, such as castor
oil and epsom salts especially.
Charcoal In poisons by carbonio
acid gas, remove tho patient to the open
air, clash cold water on the lioiul and
body, and stimulate the notrils and
lungs by hartshorn, at tho same time
rubbing the chest briskly.
Corrosive sublimate - (live white of
egos nml emetics.
Itelbidonna, night henbane - Oive em
etics, and then give plenly of water and
vinegar, or lemonade.
Mushrooms-Hmdics, and then plen
ty of vinegar and water, with doses of
ether, if handy.
Nitrate of silver (lunar caustic)--(Jive
a strong solution of common salt,
and then emetics.
Snake biles, etc. Apply immediately
strong hartshorn, and then t;iku it, in
ternally ; also give sweet oil stimulants
freely; apply a ligature almve. the part,
bilten, iiihI then apply a cupping gla.'s.
Tarl ar emetic dive large dose-i of
tea made of galls, l'ciuviun bark, or
while ouk hark.
Verdigris -l'lcnty of white of eggs
While vitriol Ciivo plenty of milk
Opium -(iive a strong emetic of mus
tard and water, then strong coll'eo nnd
acid drinks; dash cold water on tho
head of the patient.
rsux vomica - rust give einetie, then
Oxalic aejil (freonenlly mistaken for
epsom sails) (Jive chalk, magnesia, or
soap and water, and other soothing
I'russio acid -When (here is time ad
minister chlorine iu the nhape of soda
or lime. Hot brandy and water, harU
horn and turpentine are also useful.
Sustaining Her Kipntation.
Young Hosteller McGinnis, onn of tho
fashionable young bloods of Austin,
tiok a young lady to church Sunday
veiling. As he had been up ipiite lato
Ihe night before, ho was very sleepy,
consequently ho did not flirt with the
fashion a bio young lady, as he had here
tofore been iu tho habit of doing in
"What is the matter with you?" she
"I am not feeling well," ho whisperod
"You wako up and gigglo a littlo,
any how. If wo don't misbehave our
nelves in church people will think wo
are maivied, aiid I want you to under
stand I've got a reputation to sustain."
After that liostelter McGinnis and
tbe young lady acted so improperly that
he sexton had to go nnd whisper to
hem to keep quiet. 'lexus Hilinys.
iceno in a Colorado newspaper oflieo:
nuging Editor to Telegraph Kditor
Any thing newsy in tho Statu Specials
T.. T..I ..!. L".l:...- I.. XI
iij-iiil;iii. j i:ir;i ojmi j.uiiui iu itimiug-
ing Kditor No, nothing important
ktubbing at I.eadville, railroad accident
at Bonanza, lire at Durango, poisoning
ruse at I'ueblo, shooting affair at ltoul
der, but no lynching or murders noth
lug important. V'urr Tribune,
It is only American cranes that re
I lUt phylloxera la France.
TI-IE BIGGEST OT ALL BIG- SHOWS
AND THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING . THIS YEAH !
AS FAR SUI'EIUOH TO ANY SHOW Til AT HAS EVER VISITED HERE AS AN ELECTRIC LIGHT TO A TALLOW
CANDLE. AUGMENTED A?d) ENLARGED TO SIX TIMES ITS. FORMER SIZE. PRONOUNCED BY
1'bkss and Public to jik tiik Fihkst Tented Exhibition on the Face of the Globe.
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stl'pkx ooi:s Tjjsrioisr.. cul-
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AMERICA'S SIX LEADING EXHIBITIONS
Condolldat.ni; the Vudiviiluil mil Cimhridiicil IVHturen ef
SIX TUG CI HOUSES !
SIX HIG MEXAGERIKS!
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fit r if
Known Him (tyini; I'ulry, wli.t 111 "tu thti mi'litori nil, urot J i f i't
tlm uiil, Jiitnpn Tr lent iiTuiiiUc(ilnrly lulo lh itlr etc
Atid inure ollii rninr inirrnrmors lliitii in IW or iliniry
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BII l.ir utiUK v.vimii n .ii . mi in, i vjii fitiv
Iii tlm .Mi'iihk'!'!!', whlr.uis tlmlwm on cHriti,
and ai'lnaily morf limn in anv . loliiiiiciil ti.irii In huropiMir .Mii irn n, mny tin nminl tlm utny imir oi
llviiiR H'iiiiiMiinml. ptli of '.'iwnrlii!' living OiotiP", it ntr -il wn illy K:Hilmnt, tlm itrnt nvw wo. a
live Inn KliiiiDfi'ruH, I'niir ulsiil vin l.in'in, a lierd f fniirtix'n huj.' Kli'iihiittl. bIjIiuhi Arnltl in ('tiuel,
Camnla. Ilmtever Hen. minw tvliim liiill'.ih), Afrlrnu ElnndH, NvUlmii, l'( ur lleaia, and llfly-clcht imi
lisunnrant nut'il won lliu llin'Ht cullecllun ol ciruivi
Three Immense Railroad Trains
The larrat iimnhcr urcara ever
FIVE RANDS OK .MI'S
See the Irinic,"u.mitlv lieaiillt'ul,
riileiuliir, liilrod'it'liik' lianl ol
KletihiitilK in rnynl IioiimIiiui. The
four haudHDineat ivmn m u Anmrlri
n:oje i hiirlii'a fnrtv li et lil(h, r.arryl
rpri'vi'iinni; l.ala Kiiukii tli'iuiriliiK
ver armor, ami more nctiKiitioniu
Exenrlon on nil rull roul
crowded, athooli clime, work ntiKpemln,
WHEN SELLS BEOTHERS BIG SIX SHOWS COME
rrvparatowotliobiKguatHliowaiKlthu l.igi,'nt crowds you havo over suen in all your lilo. . Exhibitions at tho usual lumra. Almisioii tlm samo as ordinary shows
charge, notwithstanding it is six tiiuci tho lartfOHt show you ovursaw. Rn In town early. Haing tho old folks, bring tho babies, bring tho aunts, cousins, wives, daughters
sweethearts, boys and all If you 8Co nothing but the parado, tho tents, and th Itutuonso nilroad trains, ym will be paid for tho journey.
IMOItflD-AJir SEPT, 11.
SIX BIG MUSEUMS !
axd SIX BIG AQUABIUMS !
SIX BIG TENTS !
nj-3zj-': fwo llundre
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unit 7.iliriiri mill Ih.i ....It. ,i..rl'. .pml n 1 1 1 niii.liitl uln I
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an 1 unilir. on i rum nul'imn ih in nil olliiir ahnwa
r iliainin ii'tiut tiiih tiiiuiaia ever avwu nj-wiiiir',
uae.l by any .how req.il.rd ! ttW,.rl it. Tbroo :kmoi. locomPtlve. uacu in j ' .ffMWW
IC. 100 (JBBATSOiiO MUSICIANS IN TIIR ORCllTIiV. .L&X?
rl.-h. ii-ir.i.. marinicr. wimiliirftiliiarade. A pltuiiMtipjiurt tinai wayo oi - . . f; - t m n j k liivP',1- rf t KVm:
limn c,l Itv-wlK III K -Id riivereil rnn'. iwelity ureal niiineiir larioia, u iin'-..i ""h' ,". .. 'i ! .. v 4i5f XVwi-i'" 'hix t i i?4
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and a itrand isala day. tt-iS4 m 1 UUJiLV. ". .. . -jljmmy
ALL FOR ONK PRICE OF ADMISSION
THREE OUEAT CIUCl'S RINGS AUK CONSTANTLY USED. ONE HUNDRED SUPERIOR
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