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THK DAILY CAtliO HULLET1N: FRIDAY MOKMNti, NOVEMBER 24, 1882.
BARS NOUil 4 1
f A -rftARLBAKlNQPOWDEJ
4 I ' IpAMBOUNDTOWai
URE CREAM TARTAR.
t , SIOOO. Given
If alum or any Injurloussubstancescan be found
In Andrew' Pearl BaklriRPowdar. Is pos
lively PURE. Heinit endorsed, and testimonials
recelvedfiom sueti cher.ilstmss. Iuna Hays, Ho,
ton: M. Iiclufonuilue, of Chicago; and (iuatavu
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold iu bulk.
o it Akinnruic m, rrt
' Ever.' Corset 1 TTRrrtf
f artery to its wearer in -' ' '
nr the money veiil bo r h;nd'.d ly
toe toron trout vbcin it vrti? bouat.
Tb"n!r'-t Prnnou-.ret tr w.r l.-.nr r', v.t-btij
B..l nju to the e.r.T. sni en nw. ',-V ."'',"'!
the iu,!oomfonAble and P -Tioct n:tn( '-'-' ever
""" PRICT.S.by Mull, rot(te rui
nllh Prr..-rrlnf, l.5l. fclf.Ad'u.llne. '
Abdomtnnl iMlrilm'Tl "" Joir-fce-. 'fif
Health rrvrriit . tine .utll ' !. Tbi iit o
Firrssls hf leailmir Jtfti'li 'oU- very where.
cuicvou const en., i i.isui. m.
It sort w I li liitl" fl neor
i nutielo of lh Balm
to the tiocirlis; dnw
rrmiB brifntli th easjb
im noe. It will be
I.V'r1 IlivAM flALlt
fler'iiaMv clc'ii'en the
H' III -R-SHgi'S (if I a
srrhiil vtiis, causing
lesiti V si-rr, tliins. al
a lotl'imBtuni, pm.
iTts the ine ni r ne
r i " sd l tionsl colds .
ompleteli h six 'he
o i s sn i rettor'1! the
rune of tat" Slid
e i e 1 Hi'.cflrlal re
ARRH COL0 rn
sults are reread hy a fe application. ihor
oiuh tidt jitnt n directed will cur? t'a'sr.'h, Uav
Aj-eralile to I -'.'
UN'EOUAliFJi FOR ,'Ol.D m tbi HEAD.
The Bs m hasga'ned sn envtsb'B repiitat on wher
ever known, l-placlng all oth-r pre'iaraU'Mis
HKi WiZD H A IvoNDKllFtM. DIHCt'V'HT
hold bv dra .'clt s' 5' rents. On wtuilaf
prlr.e wl 1 mall a parksire Scud l r cirnihir con
tslning f'i'l Informa 'on red biu tetljnniiU.
JtLYCHKAM BAl.M CO., i'wuro, N, Y.
Old fflfinablo romdle" sra ratitdiy (jiving
ground b lure th" sdvunco of this c un't' rl'o' spt
clflc, su i old fsshliiiie l Id -ill In regard to d' p'o
tlnn as a means o rttre, hnv.1 benn (pi t explodad
by lUn ii C'.ss of thu vrcitt reii')Vnt, wh rli toni"
Ins tvstem, rKBq'i'il'.i's th t:sr . nrn rslttes
raslurl rl-purs es slid cnrlrb. the hloul. routes
th llror when (I jitiusnt, sill prurui t s regiiar
habit of twdv.
J'orsals by a:l Dnii.'e1"" f) isIts p-iierslly.
OOLL MEDAL, PAEIS, 1878.
Wnrrnnud ubtultltrtl pur
Cocoa, fruoa which the of
Oil tan been rarooved. It lias thrtt
(im, i ,'.fl ttrtnfh of Cocoa wiled
with Bt'irch, Arrowroot or Suifar,
nad i then foru f..r inuro wunoail
cl. H Is dillcioui, mmrlnUliig,
tri'cgtbi'iiluK.V'islly dlKwittd, and
adn.lruUy adnpted for" Invalids as
Wvll Ik fur jii rmm l:i health.
Sold lij (irocers rverjrnhetti
. BIER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
One Dollar! One Dollar
Cleveland, O 11 on lor r a ' aubsr 'Ipiton A
l ding Demncratle jmir al and vluthU Finn y
New papwr Hetida OOi ,H lor the l"-t aru-r
Inths wat for the nrice. Hits) u alar Publishing
Co,, t.'lovcUnd, Ohio, esmple r.Oy lr-.
B 1 1 J. ?
J It -
STOMACH ? (f
Eallad of a Brav Oattle-Man.
BIT JCUQCIN MILLEB.
Arros thn nroad brown Texas hllli,
With bios om lo our limnehos' knecO
With Bluifiiur hi I'd by broken rills,
We r.ulo ttii'iiuvh sens of drowsv been,
Wetalknd. The tonlcr Guess. Why. lr.
Tlme-iourtn of a inuti's wliulo time b
To tnl k, to think, to bo of berj .
Tne olhor tourtb be sleeps.' -
To lprn what the tnlithty know of love, 7
I laimtiPd all cimIHiioy to soorn,
"H'.'tiolil yon bnppy. chantrefui dovel
Hi-tjolil ibli duy, all aioi m at mom,
Tet now t I chunirod to raitn and sun,
Yea, all things miand-ibe heart, t be bead;
Bi liold on tun h thet e la not one
Tuut cbutiKod not," I said.
Hi drew n plass, na If to scan
Tlio plain for ilwrs; raided It ami ll(hed.
lie ernn- d hi neck, tbla cattle-tniin,
Then drove tbe cork home and replied;
"For twenty years (forgive these tours)
For twenty years no word of strife!
I lime imt ki.owii for twenty years
One folly from my wife."
I looked that Texan In tbe fnoe
That dm 't-browed. bearded cittle-mnn.
Ue pulled his beard; tiien dropped In plaoe
A brond ilk'ht hand, all seiirred and tan,
And toyed wltii KmneihlnK shining there
From out bis bo nter, keen and staall,
I was convinced. 1 did not care
To argue it at all.
The ardor of my r peecb grew still
As we rode on tlmt pei feot day.
The brown birds piping from the hill;
The oneketH had It titelr own way.
I wondered, marveled, marveled tnucb,
Whs sliu of Texan growib? Was she
Of Saxon biood, that boasted such
Well, w fell weary with the dav,
(i id's If i r of gold across the wost
Before lis drew and mmle us slay
lies 'de a b!oouied rlil and rest.
Hut re-ii I ooUid not. Know I must
The story of my Texnn gulde;
Hih dKumii-gs love, i nduring trust;
blest, immortal bride.
The ciiinp-nrn b'fizerl, the bronchos grazed,
And belly-deep In bloom and grass
Would blink, as by tho bright flatne dnied,
Or snilf to mull the panther pass.
The niH-sive Texan Rtnrs stood out,
llrlul t ehtup-llros of poor, wearv souls,
Bound H I'tivrnward. While all about
Coutbed Tuace, wltn white patrols.
I would not sleep until I knew.
"Now twenty years, my man," snldl,
"Is a long tune. Ho turned and drew
A sboit pipe forth, aUo a sigh.
" 'Tis twenty years or more," said be.
"Nay, nay, ruy honest mini, 1 vow,
I do not doubt ti nt this may he;
But tell, oh! t.dl me bow.
" 'Twnv.td mnkea poem true and grand;
A'l Time mould no'e it Dear and far;
AU'l tnv fulr, vii'ifin, Texan land
Stum! I stand out line n winter star.
Ameiii a should heed. And ttifn
The rti.ub'ful Frene'a beyond the sea
'Twould make them truer, nobler men
To know bow tu:s may be."
li s twenty years or more," urged he.
"Nay, ti at I know, good friend of mine,
But lend me where this wlf may be,
And 1 a pilgrim at the Mirlni,
And kneeling, as a pilgrim true"
He eowlmg shouted In my ear:
"1 cannot bow tny wife to you.
She's dead this twenty year."
Wonderful, if Troo.
A dog in Xew Mexioo returning one
evening with his sheep to the fold dis
covered that his master was still in the
shanty, and kept very quiet. The next
evening i? v-- t lie same. But after
penning up tho sheep the dog smellod
about the door, scratched, barked and
even howled, as ho was, very huDgry,
but his master did not move. Tbo dog,
true to his. appointed duty, went out
with th'3 sheen on the third day butthat
night when he drove the llnck'into their
pen the last one to attempt to got in be
came the victim of tho dog's appetite.
This method of providing fsr his own
wtoits bei.-omo part of the faithful
dog's (lutv. Every evening the last
sheep to try to enter was seized by him
and served for supper and breakfast
and for dinner the following day. The
ranch to which the dog belonged was
iu a solitary part of the territory, and
out of the track of travel -or visita
tion. For two years from the time of
his mfijior's death ascertained by data
left by the latter the faithful dog tended
the Hook left in his charge, and had
fresh mutton for his supper every night.
The Hook was not decimated bv this
steady drain upon its resources. On the
contrary it increased in numbers, and
when at tho end of two years from tho
time of the death of the proprietor, the
ranch was visited, and the remains of
tbe owner found, the dog was still at
his post of duty, jealously guarding his
Hock, and driving them to the bost pas
tures every day and to fold at night, be
fore which he slept, to J;eep the wild
aheep-eaters of the plains at a civil dis
tance. Hotkey Meanness,
The trait which wo call "hoggishncss"
seems to be sharod by all animals, when
any opportunity is given for the strong
to rob the weak. Brutts of the npe
family, at least, nro not above the exhi
bition of cowardly Bullishness. Tbe
Philadelphia Times sketches "Topay"
"Molly," the two now chimpanzees, eat
ing dinner at tho Zoological Garden in
No feiiuncr had Topsy received her
banana than h.he took one bite out of it,
and then looking around, saw tho baby
devouring its portion of the fruit. Top
sy quietly took the remaining portion of
her banana and stealthily secreted it in
the hay on the bottom of the cage.
Then lurning, she walked up to tho ba
bv and, in the rudest manner imagina
ble, snatched out of its hunds the belov
od runnel, and, coolly turning to tho
other side of tho cage, began to eat it
w ith evident relish.
The action of tho baby chimpanzee
was mnro than ever calculated to justify
the Darwinian theory. With a pitiful
cry almost perfect in" resemblance tothe
humnn voice, she got up and rati after
the old chimpanzee, reaching which she
touched her geutly ou tho shoulder with
This had no effect, as Topsy kept on
eating the banana with an absorbing
satiMiu lion. Tho baby then with an
other cry went up further and placed it
little noM again.-t tho cheek of tho (dd
er chimpanzee, and with its wldo, hazel
eyes lull of reproach looked al tho older
Topsy, however, is anything but well
bred, and ale the banana up and then
went back mid dug out her own from
the hay arid began on that. Tho baby
followed her, not to niako any forcible
demonstration, but simply to trausllx
her sellish sister witu her reproachful,
wonderfully expressive eyes.
J iipsy would have eaten tho banana
and i-M r thing td.so that belonged tothe
meal had not the keeper Interfered and
proceeded to leach her liianiurs. Ho
forcibly look tho banana from licr and
Wave it to her aister, and then pointed
his lineer at her to shame her. T in eve
of the liitlo animal seemed to ihow that
ho felt her position strongly.
A man is wiser for hit learning, and tho
soonor he learn that tho only proper way
to cure a Cou'h or Cold, is to uie Dr. Hull'
hjUh Syrup, the better tie iw otf. y ,y
' Trying a Boy.
SL Adtsraboot black h:iu nolinhod thoW
itjoots of a p-i'iitlfinan who wan rurubliriz
HFL1UUU inu vuy iiau, ii m uiwu itj
thiiHiio man find nothing loss than a
dollar bill and the boy no moro than ti f
"I Biipposeyoit can pet Ihlschauged!"
6tt)iestud tlio man.
"And'you can rind mo whonyou como
'Hut if I place this dollar in your
hands will it not bo a temptation to you
to cut sticks?"
"I wouldn't steal no sich sum as
that," contemptuously replied tho boy,
"but for fear I might git atclejjfHm and
be called out of town in a hurry, I guos
you'd better go alon.;'."
"My son, 1 think I can trust you. Go
on your way. 1 was neter deueivod in
a boy vet."
The boy started down Griswold stroot
and did not return. Tho man did not
wait, however. It was a busted Cana
dian bank bill".
An attempt is being raado by bixteon
young ladies at Toronto to educate six
toen.ioiing Chinamen. They, tho Ce
lestials, are inquisitive, and iiiM.it upon
knowing tho meaning of every word.
Much (lifllctilty is vxperiencod in ex
plaining to them tho meaning of such
words as "the," to w hich no particular
meaning cau be assigned. The studonta
do not object to biblical stories, and
thereupon rests tho hopo of converting
them to Christianity.
Weak lungs, spitting of blood, consump
tion and kindnd affections, cured without
physician. Address for treatise, with two
stamps, World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Buffalo, N. Y.
The best and cheapest car starter is
sold bv Birdcn, Sedeck & Co., St.
Mo. With it one man can moves
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, aud does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver aud Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Excb. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Harry
W. Schuh. (6)
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
mado to all invtli s and sufferers by Dr.
KingB's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Harry W.
Rchuh's drug store, and g-t a trial bottle
free of cost, if you re Kuffertnv with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Odds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, JIiy Fever, Loss of voire,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the thrnat
or 1uu''b. It will positively cure you. (8)
"A. lo.ly licn-l iO.; fl-frili eaten oft her arm
bv scroUtU. C eild see the sinews working.
'Lindsej ' Blood Searcher' cured her." J.
Ralitoti, Llderii'ti, Pa.
Ely's Cream Cairn reduces itiu nnnntion.
Sores in ihu nns.l pacs'iyva ar honied in a
few days. Coanhal headache is d'.ssip i
ted. Senses tit' rtip ll, taste aud heirinu'
are restored. Price 50 cents. Apply into
nostrelj with little tint-ir.
New Jersey Premium Wine.
Physicians state that the Port W inn that
took ihe pieniiutn at tho Centennial, pm-
duccd and i.flVied for sale by-Mr. Alfred
8 peer, of New Jiraey, is a wine that can
be sal'ily used tor medicinal purposes, be
inif jiuio and free from medication, and is
more reliable lhan other Port Wines. It is
especially recommended for weakly fe
males and the aged. The deep color is
dun to tho iron from the brown stone shnle
rock on which the grapes nrow, which is
rich in iron, For nlc by.Psul 0. Schuh.
'Ladies of all ages who suffer from lois
of appetite; from imperfect digestion, low
spirits and nervous debility may have life
and health renewed and indefinitely ex
tended by the uso of Mrs. Lydia E. Pink
haul's remedies for all complaints incident
to the femalo constitution. We have cot
only a living faith in Mrs. Pinkham, but
we are assured that her medicines are at
once most agreeable and efficacious.
Keap your family well supplied with
"Sellers' Cough Syrup," use it in time, vou
will avert bronchial and pulmonary affec
tions. 25 cebts.
See Hunter's Sifter.
Hunter Sifter Co.
Cincinnati & N. Y.
John Stcber, 723 28l St.., Chicago, 111.,
Bays: "Brown's Iron Bitters, cured uic of
"Do nut gMBii at the shadow and lose
the substance." Kidney Wort ia able to
convert you Irom a shadow of your former
self into the substance of established
health. Snid a tulTcrur from kidney trou
ble when asked to try Kidney-Wort for a
remedy, "I'll try it, but it will be my last
dote," It cured him and now ho recom
mends it to all. If yon have di.-.ordcrcd
kidneys don't tail to try it.
.See a woman In another column, near
Specr's Vineyard, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is s i highly esteemed by the inur'ical
profession, lor the use of invuliila' weakly
person! and tho aged. Sold by Druggists.
Allen' Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative orirans. $1. 5 for fl All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen'!
Pharmacy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by B'iicIhv Bros
Dit. Klink'b Oiiiiat Nkhvb Hkstoiieu i
tlio marvel of tho age for a'l norvo diseases.
All fit stopped free. Bend to IU1 Arch
street, Pblladelnia. Pa.
ChillM and Fever.
Hlmmons Liver Rest)
laior oon brotks the
chills and carries th
fuvor out ol the system.
It cures when all other
V i the roltef td care
of this distressing dis
cs use Hlmmons Liv
Tbe Regulator will posltlwly euro this U.'ribU
dlseasa. We assure emphatically what we know to
should tiot tin regarded as a trilling ailment. Na
ture (temanils the utmost rouulurity of tbe bowels.
Therefore mlit nature by taking Hnnmons Liver
Regulator. It Is harmless, mild aud effuctiul.
One or two talilespnonfuis will relievo all tbe
troubles incident to s bilious ttato, such as Nausea
Dizziness, Drowsiness, Distress alter eatlug, t bit-
tor bad tacto in the month.
Person may avoid all attai ka by occasionally
tiikiuu a done of Simmons Uvor Ket;ullor to kvup
the liver In healthy action.
eoncrally srUinic I'rjm a disordered stomach, can
be corrected bvtalcliiK blmraous Liver Jteijiilalor.
bimmons Liver Kouulst rroon eradicates this dls
ease from the ,sttrtn, leaving the skin clear aud
lieu lrum Bll Impurities.
Children sutTrrltie with colic soon experience re
lief when blmmuus Liver Kegnlutor Is administer
ed. Adults also derive great betietlt from this
medicine. It is not unuTearant; It is bsrailass
aud ellectlva. Purely vegi-ubla.
BLADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of i hn diseases ot the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Restore trie action of tb
liver lull and bo'b the kidneys and bladder will
pijfTake only the Kmiulnn. whlrU always hss on
me wrapper ihertd l trade mark and algnature ol
Tor sale by all druuiMsts.
X-J K. INCE,
Mauiifadursr and Dealer Id
R'.h Stree.,hetwren Com'l Ave and Leve.
CHOKE UORINO A SPECIALTY.
ALL K1SDSOF AML'NITION.
Safus Kc.ialied. All Kind ol K-;y Mado.
1 for Soldiers. Widows, Par-
us sad Children. Ar.v
dlsca-e, wonud o- Inlurv
ent'tles. Ml'linr.s sporoprlated. WorkiDK lorce
dolib ed. mi ' fi nudo hminy. 1'rompt work.
Aiplv now. Fee $IU Deserter entitled to til
dues 'aud dt ch rges tin 'er nsw las. Great suc
cess iu irii:reae care. Kountvso'1 backpay pro
curn'1. i hu ' orlt nd soldier." (Wee .ly paper).
Sam. letopt fre Send stair i fur full Insiruclons
blanks anrt buiimy iatve.1) tTli'YT
f r lnv. ut " A dresul 1 Tjil 1 O
N. W. FI'ZGr'R l.. ( O., ."'en on. Patent
Land Att'vs, Vnh ngion, D. C. 1 1 Ir-d- -w-lm
ATR. KLlNt'8 GRfaT
,,iV IIHAIK i.lDNr.KIS
t)isi. oiiv -i st ii . HUH NrRTEArrio
U Iris! h..'Ce fre to It CM,tU(v lijr prws
iiarie'ii i.n 'w-x. nen rciTei. setia mines. r.u ssa
xpr-' I in . o! T'cuu to CK M.iftt.iOl ares
United States Mutual Accident
A ' I'
in-i !I t)UiWAV,N.Y.
3 i.O iO Aiddont Insuranr.e.
il v'i'i' r indemnity.
Imnb'Tsulp fi, $i. An
nail onm hout i i. Write
fir clrriUr Slid appllc
itau hlauk hnropeau per
C B. P;CK ' ('if Kozers. Peo; ACo ), Tres'tit.
.1. it P.rcll'. t. r-ttry.
.Semi I'jr a pi .tnra of Mas. I.asotiiy: nailed free.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
p'lKsTKR. 3lst yer opens September 13th
New Hulldlims. Superior accommodations.
Aripoliitrocuts ci mpU te. Hogllsb, Colliglate,
Chemical, t'lvll ui;itie.-rlPK co TSt-s. Decrees
Cnnl'jrrB I. APplvtoVV P. Ilallldav. Esq., patTon
Cuiro, 111., or to COL. TIIKO. UY ATI, West.
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkeu's Pom Grape Wink !
FOUR YEAKS OLD.
rpiIH I'KI KBIIA I'UU N AI'IVR WINE Is made
A from thuJuliMi uf tlm onorto Ompe, ralsnd In
tbls county Its Invaluable toidc and stroneth
enlne propsrt e are ttiiauriiassed bv any other
Native V I no. Hlnii he pure Juice of tve Orspe,
produnsd ntid.T Mr. Hpaer's own personal sttpervl
sion, lis puiltv and urun ntunss, aro Kiiarantend.
Tha vnunest rhlld may psrtnk- of Its tneroua
qilalllies, and the wciike t Invalid use Ittnadvan
taito It Is particularly beheflilal to .be aged and
d hilitated, and "iitted to the sriotts allmunts that
NE TO BKkHEMBi, w
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The I'. .I.silKHU f U a w'nii of Super'or Char
Retertnd artikesoflherlnliqital ties of the srspe
frntn h eh It Is made. Kor I'urlly, Itlchness, Fla
vo and Mulli inal Properties, it will be lound un
excelled. Snoej-'s P. J. Brandv.
This ri AN DV atiniiU nnrlva'ed In this Country
bulliir Tur silm rli.r for ininllrliiRl inn ninvi It I a
inrndisttiliiiioii iro tlnhiriip. md ron'aln vnl.
uahlo ini'dlcliml iiroperties. It bus a delicate fla
vor. ini lartn thai orilio .rrap's, from whlr.h It Is
distilled, miiI is in uroat. faviramontr flrt-clas
families, see that the sigmture of ALFRED
Hl'i-' K, !'"alo, IS , J Is over the cork of each
ttold By PAUL SCHUH,
AND DT DnCJOtfWTS KVKRTWRKRE.
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