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PtARL BAKING P0nDI,Rfl
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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
S1O0O. Given t ,
If alum r imy itijuruum Hiiltstaiio-K cn bo foiiiul
in Andrews' Vearl Baking Powder. Is
tivdy PURE. li'iK endorsed, ami tetimotiiu.U
receivedlmiu such chemists iihS. l'uini llnys. Una
ton: !. IVlufiiiitaiiio, of Clitcairn; ami OutUivus
Bode, Milwaukee. Neversold in luilk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.,,
45 MicIiiKtin Av. 287. toil & L. Water
Vvorf I'nrwt Ik VJQriailt. (1 MLtiB-
fa-tiry to its wmH-t in -vi-i r vV.
r tho tnom v r.Ll lie refunded I v
the iK".-bfn ft'uio !i""'. it r.-i.sboi.i Lt.
Th"nlv rv.i-.,-i -..iim,t--I t. r.i.-r LnOrir -h ' ins
ot Injurious t.. ' .m .i r !(".. .--II y I
the m.K-lwn.f .r ;.'.:. i ; tl.-l Kuiit .rwl
PHUrXkr JIjII, I'ul.l:
Ilrallh Pn-rvln. 1.iO. S. ir-Adlusilna. I t "
AbdonlBiU ntr a.0O. r:K. l i
llcalth Pnwnim r.uill '',,, l'"-"""
Fur sal- kadis licmll Healer nr)wkrn.
CHICAGO COKStl CO.. I LUatfo, Ul.
TL? Housewife's mp-Bnk.
A ineli of ci ;i) tn n tn'.le :It dis
solvci.l in water relieve :i N p-vtin'.
To cl.'itii'e -l.t-ils, wi-.li tli'Mii tir-t in
coM u;;t r. rui'l then in boil:!!.; luilk.
( ill Ikm, t tot tut into .''s(.f !'
re-'iuirct sie arid lined iii.'ike ! tli'e-K
'To jiivwnt 1 1 :t i r f;ilii:i out. wi t it
tliofonlily or.rt! or t ift u week witii
a wi-a'si solution of -u!t water.
MitVi.iin; oil stain can be removed if.
before wa!Jii;r. the spot is niMwnl with
a cloth wet with ammonia.
ISiovis limy he k il lnukin' nice f . r
s'.'iiif time hy nilihiti thi in thoroughly
with a neu sji.ipcr every morninjr.
Kid boot may Ik1 nicely cleaned with
a mixture of oil ami ink; the oil soflem
the leather, ami the ink hlaeken it.
A little lue dis-olved in l.im milk
and water will restore the stillness and
luster to trajie, and make it look like
A pood powder of Mind' which will
cure catarrh is made, of pipial parts of
gum arahic, jTm myrrh and blood root.
Ked ants may lie exterminated with
sprigs of w interreen or prouml ivy;
wormwood will servo the satun purpose
lor black ant.s.
To keep cheese moist wrap it up in si
linen cloth dipped in white wine. This
not only keeps tin? eheeso moist, but im
proves the flavor.
Chloride of lime sprinkled about a
plaeu w ill drive away the rats, mice and
insects. Hits of broke pliiss mid plaster
of pariswill ctl'cctually stop up rat
Lemons may be kept fresh for a lonr
time by putting them in cold water and
placing tlieni in a cool place. Tho wa
ter should he changed every two or
An excellent aipiarian cement is made
of eipial parts of clean sand, plaster of
paris and litharge, mivd well and
made into a still' putty with boiled lin
If you are Ifoiibled with ninths in
your feather beds Imil the feathers in
water for a short time; then put them
in sacks and dry t ! i t n. working them
with the hands all the lime.
Soiled w hile fur can be nicely clean
ed by rubbing it thoroughly in white
flour. It Khould then lie hung out of
doors for about thirty minutes, llepeat
the process several timej and it will be
eijual to new.
To make lirt-c!a-s mucilage, get one
ourie of gum arahic and lu cents'
worth of gum tragai.anth; put half of
each in a wide-moulded bottle and cov
er with a gill of uiit- r, und bet in a
warm cottier of the ftoe two or threw
leuri Ut dliolve.
A go'd fia'De for ooling pie and
:ke i made of otrirxt of pine and cov
tred with gaw! ir-, m.u m is uv:
for sieves. At eacli tnl bWxl. are
Ure d for ( t to r;i- the fran.e from
the taiiie 'i that tl.e mr mn c irculate
lreeiv I;' ti'M'h it.
A I!aadif,ajj)';d Owl.
Mr. Kiio Hart', r. of J1m,co.. town
ithip, Leva, h:. r.oti.cl an owl flying
alxnit his .lre e for soiM. tii-ie with whal
Heemed to ,... u (1,1,1,,.,, j,, nA ,.aw
Kach time tin; ,it vv;ls ,. j, .,,.,,.;lri.,
to be carrying ..tf a ,(..,vv )ljr,,.Mi
tinally, Mr. ll:.n.!1m.,:(.,.ded it, hhoot
ing the bird, and found that it had at
Bouie time been caught by one fiHjt in a
steed trap, in which win attached a
chain some eighteen inches in h n-'th.
So long hud the owl carried thi, unwel
come uppemlage that it was w,,ri) .)or.
fectly smooth. The trap had evidently
been act for rats onie where, ami it bait
tempting tho owl ho had carried oil trau
II 1 I L
$M 4 ro v Or
, Salaries of Negro Miustrela.
The salaries of ininsIreU are usually
thought to tie enormous, says the St.
Louis Ulolic-lh'iuorrtit. The amounts
paid weekly to the famous I'orty-
Count 'Km, known as llaverly'H Mas
todons, was lLMO. Colonel Jack's
present Mastodons do not include some
of tho high-salaried men of thrco years
ago; therefore tho expenditure in this
direct ion is considerably diminished,
and if his artists draw $1,000 a week
from the treasury they are doing well.
1'or such an organization as Thatcher,
rrimroso & est's company, $700 a
wei'k may bo set down as the nmount
paid in salaries. Rice & Hooley have a
(salary list of about !?t0. "Song nnd
dance men get from $8 to a week,
clog-dancers who do nothing else from
?12to .;i0 per week, musicians from
to :v. and vocalists from tfl.1) to
if '."), these amounts being, of course, ex
clusive of their hotel ami traveling e
penscs, which are paid by the manage
ment. A performer who can play a
musical instrument and does so in the
band gets $0 a week extra. The prin
cipal people are still almost as well paid
as the stars of twenty years ago were.
From one of the members of llaverly's
Mastodons when here last Spring, a
(ilvbe-lkmocral reporter obtained cer
tain figures, which are here given with
others gathered from other sources:
Joe Kinmet, to w hom a week of work
is now worth several thousand dollars,
was formerly very glad to get $40 or
SV'.'jI) u -lien lie hlnekcncil his f.'ice. mill lie
got even less at tho old Lroadway flow
ery in this city. When ho went with
J)an Jirvant's minstrels his salary was
what the boys call "away up."
(Jus Williams, who played one week
with the Mastodons in Chicago four
years ago, was paid $17o.
llaverlypaid Hilly Kniorson $2"0 a
week for ten years, and this comedian
can still get the same salary at any time
he desires to take it. He is now in Cal
ifornia with a troupe of his own.
Hilly lliee, the fat moke, who en
livened the bono end of tho Mastodons
for several seasons, was paid 100 a
week. He and Richard Hooley are now
running a company that is playing in
the smaller tow ns.
I'rimroM) and West, for several vears
in business for themselves, formerly re
ceived .75 a week each.
J. W. McAndrews, the "watermelon
man," got 7.j a week from llaverly.
He is now in London getting .l:'o at
the I'anlioti Mu-ie Hall.
(jeorgo Thatcher, the stuttering com
edian, whom (ieorgo Wilson imitates,
received Td-'J a week before he became
a proprietor and manager.
Sam Hevere, the banjoist, received
. 1 h a week when lie was w ith thu Mas
todons, hut Hyde & Lehman are now
paving him J; 1 60.
Hilly Carroll, playing tho banjo with
the Tony Pastor combination this year,
is paid t week. I Li was fornie'rly a
partner of Liny Harris, with whom he
lid a piick-change act from white to
Harry Maxwell, an excellent "old
man." wa paid y.'.'i a week by llaverly
a y ear ago, and ii not getting much
Milt Harlow, in the same line with
Maxwell, was paid $75 a week before
he formed a copartnership with George
Wilson, who refdsed i""J a week to
travel with tho MH.sl,,clon
K. M. Kayne', the well-known stai'e
manager and interlocutor, has a salary
of $7o a week.
I'rank Cushnian, who is to take Hilly
Emerson's place on the minstrel stage
when Hilly retires, got $50 a week last
season, is getting $75 now, and will
soon have $100.
IVte Mack, the comedian, get $50 a
C. V. Shattuck, tho basso, whoso
song, "One Hundred Fathoms Deep,"
was such a success, is paid $40 a week
for his sinking and the direction of all
the vocal music of tho San Francisco
Ccorge W. llarlcy, tho soprano
voiced gentleman, has $20 a week.
Paul Vernon, who impersonates fe
males, formerly with tho Mastodons,
gets $:jj a week.
William Welch nnd John Rice, song.
nnd-dancH men. wero each unid $50 ft
week oy Uaveny, iiul now gel .? o eacu
ns directors of aniueni''t)t for the two
Hanii'l F. Thompson, song, and-danco,
gets $;i0 a week; I'liom as Sadler. Song-and-dance,
;;."i; .J unes . alsh and
Hillv King, soiig-and-dauce, .'() each;
Robert Hooley, song-and-daiiec, .25;
and among the vocali-ts, Clctutiecv Ol-
cott, sj;,; (. H. Carter. William
Willis, $.'0, and Allivd Iloil.ui.l, $J0.
The three (ierman brothers, song-and-dance
and gcte ral utility, received
a joint salary of $75 a week.
Charles tjuccti, who leads the clog
dancers with Thatcher, Primrose nnd
West, and dances on a pcdchial, is paid
$75 a week.
George W. McAuley. pedestal clog
dancer, gets $-J,ri a week.
Alex, .atit'i' ttn, the clown who ap
peared with the Ma,todon.s la.-t season,
got $'.'oo ji week w hih! in England and
during three months in this country,
lie made a second conlnwt running to
the end of the season at $psj a week.
The only Leon female iinp-iMinalor,
receives $100 and expenses for a week's
Harry Kennedy, the ventriloquist,
who is Vjith th Sm Fraic hco Min
strels, receives $t.i a week.
Manchester and Ji niTirigs, who are
now on the road with a variety corn
puny of thejr ow n. got $10 h W"i. each
when tl.i'V Jiled at the old CoMihjUf)
in this city.
JLigh Hougherly, the ciinedian, now
w ith '1 hatcher, Primrose A: Wi-st'n com
pany, iiaid $1J5 a week.
Even the genuine dail.iiM on thejnin
iiifel Kti. eomrniitid pn-itv (jood sal
arien. 'li..;lint for Cn!lenler'K eorisoli-
dated coinj.afiie Is eijual to that of an
nrit-cHKi wint4) eotiipanv on tfm rt.
Hilly K'-nandi, the man with Mm won
derful mouth, who three y.ais ago got
only $15 a week, now ree.'ives $si, and
has his own and his wife's traveling
and hotel expenses pail, footing un hI
together a salary of tlj a week. Lilly
Hanks, the. comedian, has a weekly
nalary of $10: Wallace King, tenor, re
ceives $i;o; (, jMl.k ,. j,,.k J(illlJi
tho great ha-so, $,')5; the leader of tho
orchestrn, ni.d tho other peoiilo
$10 to $1)5. In thb case of tho blacks,
us in that of tbo whiten, tho manage
ment pays all traveling and hotel ex
OAIKO IIULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MOKNlNil, OCTOBER 18, 1882.
A Total Eclipse.
of all other medicines by It. V. Ficrce'u
"Golden Medical Discovery" is approach
ing. Unrivaled in bilious disorders, impure
blood, and consumption, wnich ia scrofulous
discnsu of the lungs.
Celebrating tho Llnotiou of a Pueblo Iu
At daylight the Alguacil announces
the action of the Council, their approval
of which the villagers manifest by a
grand dance nftcr their peculiar fashion.
1 hail expected toseeoneef their dances,
but was doomed to disappointment, for
they have only live dances during I lie
year, four of which tiro public and can
be witnessed by strangers who desire to
gratify a morbid curiosity. These lat
ter are given respectively In the month
of February just prior to sowing lime;
in June, at the time of preparing the
accipiias or public ditches for irrigation,
when festivities are indulged in iu honor
of St. Ysidoro, the patron saint of farm
ing; immediately before harvest in Sep
tember, and as I have already stated,
upon the election of governorduring the
last week of December. Hut the fifth
dance is a mystery, being danced in the
strictest secrecy and having been w it
nessed by only one white 'mortal Mr.
dishing, the chief of tho Zuni Pueblos,
whose villages are situated about 150
miles westerly from this city, and a del
egation of whom, headed by this same
dishing, visited Washington and other
eastern cities about two years since.
This dance, as I have been informed, is
"tripped" by the natives in perfect
nudity, ami not on tho "light fantastic
too" cither, but in all conceivable posi
tions and contortions, both delicate and
indelicate, and the utmost abandon pre
vails during these saltatory evolutions.
In order to w ard oil' unwelcome intrud
ers, keen-ejC'l and trusty sentinels are
stationed, before and during this out
landish terpsichorean sport, at as many
places on the outskirts of the pueblo as
there are points in the compass, and I
have been told that more than one ob
durate interloper has received an almost
merciless beating that convinced him
that discretion is the better part of valor,
end compelled him, in obedience to this
sentiment, to seek .-afety iu flight. Suit
Get the Orlghul.
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets'' the original "Lit
tle Pills" (sug ir cotted) cure sick and
billious headache, sour stomach, anl bili
ous tttacks. By druggists.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
are you disturbed at night and' broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, e,o at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mis'ake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
w ho has evir used it, w ho will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and five rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tin-child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sife to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and ia the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a Ixittle.
Gi veil Away.
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invali Is and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are rt quested to call at Harry W.
Schuh's oriig store, and get a trial bottle
free of co.,i, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, AsthniH,
Bronchitis, Hiy Fiver, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs, ft will positively cure you. (Oj
See a woman in another column, near
Speur's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
I adv'iBc you to take " Lindsey's Bloo 1
Seurcher." Scrofula, ulcers, old sores, pimp
les, boils, etc, cured at once.
Amo.no the ladies who may read this
there liny be several sickly ones who have
made up their minds to act on the old saw
which specifies that "What can't be cured,
must be endured." While the truth of
the old proverb is self-evident it is just
possible they limy have erred in judgment
us to possibilities of the healintr art outside
of tho medical profession, and before giv
ing up in despair they had better test the
ellicacy of Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound, which is now attracting
Ask your physician and be will tell you
that tor all the elements which give health,
stieiigth and vigor to the system, there is
nothing better than pure mult. Only the
purest malt is used in the preparation of
Hops and Mult Bitters.
The U. H. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales.
Borden, Sclleck & Co., sgents, St. Louis,
Fortunes lor Fiinners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved hy us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of joiirsi'll nnd family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe-tit'-,
low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cute, ami that for the trifling sum of fif
ty rents -Tribune. Hold by Harry W.
Kl eo of Cost.
All p. (sons wishing to test the merits of
great remedy oim thnt will positively
cure Oiiisumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any dll'iii tlon of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to cull at Harry
W.Kchuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle or Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will ihi. (1)
Ladjkm and sickly Kirls requiring a non
alcoholic, gentlo stimulant will flnd Brown's
Iron Bitten beuellclal,
-5teir Chills aud Fever.
Hiinmnni Liver lii'K"
I in or men liruakH the
rliilla and curries tba
fcvi.T out ol the H-attim.
h cures wliun sll other
K r llm rollof Mid cure
of thin iliKtresnlnn ills
ensn use Simmons Liv
Tho Regulator will poslilvwly euro tliU to.rllilu
iliseRHU. Wu Hfnerl i'iiiihatlcally wbat wo know to
Hliniilil mil lit) ri'ciiriliid ns a trilling ailment. Na
ture uciimnila tliu utmost recularltv of the 1ioIh,
Therefore asH'st natum hy taking Simmons Liver
Ki'uuliitor. It ia burmlesw, mild uud etlccUiul.
Onii or two tiilili-Hpoonfuls will relievo all the
troubles incident to u bilious etute, hucu ns Nausea
Ilir.lness, liroHsluess, Distress alter eating, a bit
ter bad tat-to iu the mouth.
IVrsoim may avoid all attacks by occasionally
tnkiiiK a ilosu of Simmons Livur JU'j(uUlor to kucp
(he liver in healthy aetiou.
generally arising 1'rnni disordered stomach, can
he corrected bvtakitiK Simmons Liver Regulator.
Simmons Liver Heuulat r soon eradicates this dis
ease from Hie system, leaving the skin clear aud
tree Ireiu uTI Itnjiurltles.
Children Hiitl'eriui: with colic soon experience re
lict w hen Simmons Liver Ke-xnlator is administer
ed. Adults also derivu preat beuellt from this
niedlriue. It Is not unpleasant; It is harmless
and elleclive. I'urely vfjetahlii.
BLA VDVAl KIDNEYS
Most oil he diseases ol lie' bladder originate from
those ol the kidneys. Kesloro the action of the
liver fully aud hotfi the kidueys and bladder will
t yTak oulv the c'lnulnu, which always has on
lie v, rapper tbe red Z trade mark and signature ol
J. I I.ZE1LIN iz CO.,
Fur teilo by all druevtst.
THL MAY RKULDY.
HOPS ii HALT
ut lentil riled.)
Thia new Rc.-nedy la compounded
from the best know n curative, uch as
Hc.js, Malt bxtract, Cascaia Sagrada
(Sacred ICrki, Cuchu. dandelion and
C.raann.ilU ......'. I . . . . K nn a
fj able Aromai.c Llut.r.
SMs These Remedies au upon the Liver.
j' J They act upon the Kiuneya.
6,1 They kejulate the Bowels.
"i They Promote Digestion.
4 Thev Nourish. Strengthen. Inviporate.
Tbey give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS ANO MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TEKS containing Malt Extract.
AnU your linuKt e r them, and bt iur
that the l.ibcl has cu it the four word
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
ia large red If Iters.
fTTake no other.ffjj
Xxi At Wholesale and Retail by alldealert.
UUCIIKSTER HF.niClSE CO.,
llothnU-r, y. r.
(J O A. I
PORT (iKAPR AV1NE
L'ollfl YEA IIS Old).
rrillSCKI.rt,Ti;iNATIVKWlNK Is inuilii
Iroiii the Juice of the Oporto Urapc, raised In
thl coniit.y lis Invaliinblu tonic and strum-lie
II I n 15 propci t:,.,, urii imsiirpassed I, v any other
Nativo Wine. II "Inir ih pure Jnlru of thi) drape,
produced iimhT Mr, Npmir's own iiersonal suiervl
sum, lis purity and I'etiuiiii nesH, aru Kiiarantued,
Tlei vnnnest child iiihv parliikn of Its neneroiis
iiinllties, and I he wiiake-t Invalid usu It to ad van
t ie It Is purllciilHilylicnellclal to llm iikki! and
M "til 1 1 1 h ! . ami suited Id thn various ailments that
SiMier's ,. Sherry.
The P. J. SIIKUII V Isa wlno or Superior Char
iiclur and eartakusnniio rlr.h qualities of tho uratia
frem w iicli ll. Is made Kr I'urtty, Ulclnmss, I'la
vie and Medicinal Propernm, ll will ho found un
excelled. Sneer's P. ,T. Iihuuly.
This llltANDY stiuiils unrlvalml In this Country
buliiu far superior for medicinal jiurtiimes. His a
puredlsilllatlon Iroui the KniP". aim contain! val
ualilii niedlcliial priitierilus. It has a dullcato fla
vor, similar to that of Ilia (?rapi's, from which It Is
distilled, and is In yreat favor atnonir llrst-elass
f"."l 1.l,;?..8,,,, ,ll"t tb" simuturo of ALKKKD
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