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THE DAILY CAIKO niTLMSTlN: WEDNESDAY MOKNINO, DECEMBER 6, 18S2.
i 1' 1)AHS NO bit 11
TRYING TO HOIO DOWN'VN
p-fV Iff ARL BAKING P0WOERJ
iff" ej llTAMBOUNQTQ RISC
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
If alum or any injiiriciiioMili'-uiiii.'i'.sCHU lm found
in Andrews' ppftrlBukinK Powder. Is )k
lively PURE. Hi'iiiL' I'lulurvol, ami testimonials
received I rum stir-h ihi'iniM? us si. lluiia lluys, Hon.
bin; M. lieliifuiiluilie, of t'liiriigo; and (JUStttVUi
Bode, Milwaukee. Never ulil in hulk.
C. E. ANDREWS & CO.
I!' Mit liigan At, 1ST. 2'.' A; i".iL L. Water
Kvcry Conn is warranted mtis
liii'tory to its weiirm- in every v n y,
nr tliD money will I"' r 1.; ii'ic.l I v
till' I't'isuu from wlmio it will- Imn.lit.
Th!'tnly"'ir't pniri'iiinr-i'.l lv rn;r h'.iillpy lvl t -i n.i
not Injurluii. t.i llii- vomer, iiurtwiilfrMiit'V II.it
Hit. ' ni'vi lumloriuWo uml - rfocl tittup Ouv.t t vir
ma,la I'KICCS.lj.v Hull, I'oMi.ice Tulili
Hinllli 1'n.rrvlne, l.f.. lfVluMlnjr. I.i0
Abilomlnul (.xlr heavy) 4.00. Niir.tnir. .5
Iliulth I'mu'rvli'ir 'Am- cmit'l' iif.O(l. l'umcoii
Knp.iili' hy It-nilmv Hvt-.M ;-uUr everywhere,
tlllt UiO tKr-t T 'JO., 1 hlcutfO, Ul.
Komemher that stimina. vital onrtirv. the lid;.
prliiclpa1 or wliatwr yon ninv clinutu tn cull tlm
renliUHiil iowi-r v tiicli hHttlet) Biruiiift tin; ciiiikvh
nf (liKi'tt-cn uml donlli. in h t'rii1 d itt!t'j!mird of
health It in the irrinon oftliu liumiii fortrt'Hf,
Hiid when It wiixcf wi-h, the trui' nollcy In to throw
In ri'lnlorii'tiHMitH. In otlu r wonlx, when mil h an
nii'W'i.cy occurf, ci.nniH iK e uro'irHO of Ilonti't-
ter n llitli in. Kor mlr hy ilriii'i;l i and (li;alcri, to
vuioin ninny inr nohn'iu r i- .iiiinnar inr Ihhi.
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In " nilil tliinul culilf,
,'iinijil! li 1 Ii.hU t lie
fo i an 1 roioiYH the
mnfc of la-i" and
I'm!' I I'l'i.nllrla). r.
fiillii arr r !'l'.i'il t'V a few m j i 5 ii-nt nn . Umr
nufli in'.ii m iit hp illr.i'ti-il will c iii'i ( H nr.li. Mnv
Kt v r, Ac.
A ( ret iililc In l -ii
USKgi'ALKU MIR 01,1) in Hi,. HK.I.
The lta in li&XL'ti M"l uti riiMiili ri'imial mi wh.'t-evi-r
known, 1 1 - J ! f ' 1 1 1 v n'l "Hi' r "Ti" j nr nt i .iih
KK( -iiUMZKU vi uNliH 1;1 r I. IU:-c'i . VliY
hold hv driu'lkl-t a ' 1 1 1 1 1 . Hu cei,t of
f.rlru l 1 mail a . k 'i l'o Si-nd l"r cliTUlar en
talnltii; f'lll iiilor'iiH' on ' li'l r-I I due li 'Mmuliiiili-.
hl.VCKKA.M HAI.M CU .Cimij.'.N V.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
Wun utitnl nlmnluli lij purl
Cim uii, from '.vhl 'li tlm nxrvM of
lil Imp lit i si r. aiiivi'il. ll Inn Ihret
tlmi i llif t''i n-jth of 'oi'oa tnlxi d
viiili r'lin-ili, Arrow runt or Knifiir,
and i- l ) 11 rufni'i.' l.ir niui'ii I'l'oliiiinl
ml. H l iMi. i'.un, iioiirlnliliiiTi
d'.i'i'iiiln iilni;, i u-lly diKi'Hti d, tun
uilliilriilily Uil:ii!nl l"r InvulliU u
veil u fur prrf ii In liridlli.
Sidd I7 (iroi i'm rierynbert.
.JAERj JO, Mttejcr, Ma.
OiieDoTlju ! Ono Dollar!
THE WKKK'LY 1'I.AIX DKALr.H.
Clevuliiid, U' f I IKI lor h Y ' Hulim rliitlon A
le .(lluu Di'inocratlr Jmir 11 1 and valuulili' Fuiul'v
.Ni'Wppor. Hcnd t UtJLLA K lor Dm tn'Kl nniii'r
In the went tut III lirlcu. I'laui In nlur l'ulill IiIuk
Co., ilcnelanil, Ohio, eamide envy Inu.
In tlm t'.-irly part f Ihe prosont cefFI
ttiry J)r. Asn liurlnii, pas' t of tho (Jon-o;rco-:tiiiM:tl
Clinroli in 'I'liftforii, Ver
mont, wns one iltiy olllmtinj hs Mod
orntor of tho Dnmjio Asool:itioB ul
Ministers, of wliii-h ho was a member,
nml, trnvjinl fvt-ninjj, while tho forothrort
witu fiijraL'il iti vritii'ii'inj; 4''lv
whifli h:nl jutln'cti rv:t'l by ouo of theii
iiimibiT, tit wm bi'iuiht iu ami piiist'd
uruuuii. ttiu of tin? juniors at ouoe
rostf am.! s.iid, Mr. Moilorator, shall we
cotiti'itii.' our eritiiiMtn whilo we art
eating?" The old dwtor pithily replied,
-Youu men, let your victuals stop
A youii minister oneo preached foi
the celebrated Dr. Knimons, of Frank
lin, Mass., and, as he was about com
iijeiieiiio; the service, he said to t ho doc
ti.r, ! will bo glad if you will oiler tho
k'i) prayer before the sermon." The
doctor testily ejaculated, "Whet your
ow n scythe."
Dr. David Parsons the old-time pas'
tor of the church in Amherst, was noted
for his ocecntrictii s, and, among othei
vagaries, used to have a platd Ret at his
table fur it favorite cat. One day, while
asking a blessing at the morning meal,
he was taken with a lit of coughing,
and before the paroxysm was wver th(
cat mewed. As soon as the parson could
speak, he tin ned to the cat and exclaim
ed, "Shut I can get along without
your help!" and then struck in where
he had left off and finished the blessing.
Some forty or lifty years ago, when
Jlr.' Iturchard was itinerating as at
evangelist in Vermont, be haif a four
days' meeting in Ihnlington, and ol
one occasion, immediately after the ser
mon, he left the pulpit, as was wont,
and went up and down tho church
ai.ilos catechizing the congregation.
Stepping up to Prof. 1'arren Penedict,
he said, "Are you a professor, sir?"
"Yes, sir. I am professor of mathe
matics and civil engineering," was thf
"You'll go to hell, sir."
"Demonstrate that, if you please, sir.1
Mr. Piurchard apparently concludec
the enemy carried too many guns foi
him, and passed on.
Dr. Archibald Alexander, of Princeton
had a keen wit. as his pupils had
abundant occasion to know. It is sail",
that a young theologue once called at
the doctor's study to receive bis critic
isms on an exercise which had beet
handed in some days previous. Tin
doctor took up the paper and remarked
"I see that you have incorrectly writ
ten the first letter in a good many word;
in capitals. Don't you know that 11
word should never begin with a capital
letter iinle.-s it is a proper name or the
beginning of a sentence?"
"Why, doctor, this is poetry!"
"Is 11, indeed? I beg your pardon,
sir. 1 beg your pardon, sir. 1 wasn't
aware of it."
When Professor Park, of Andover
was a yoiirurer man than he is now, ht
visited tin: w..;iia!ia, at Nuremberg. As
lie was standing near the magniticeni
temple, lust in admiration, a (iermai
prole--jr approached and, after passins
tiie compliments of the day, remarked,
"I perceive, sir. that you are an Eng
lishman." Pro'e-ur Park smiled aie
made no reply. A moment later he in
quired, "1 o you know the cost of tui?
buildiiiL'?'' The German at onco cx-
claim. ..I. j--l, tl.M
an American. I do verily believe that
when an American comes to stand be
fore the great white throne his firsl
words will be, 'How much did i)
cost?"" l;-.v. A. Dt'M, in the Indepen
Jay Gould's New Yacht.
Jay (iould's new sea-going yacht, the
contract for which was awarded K
William Cramp & Sons, the Kensing
ton ship-builders, will, when completed,
be one of the largest and, it is claimed,
the lined, and fastest private yacht in
the world. Nearly every prominent
iron ship-builder in America and a num
ber of the great English firms were
competitors for the contract. Mr. Gould
desired to sail under tho American flag
and chose tho Cramps in preference to
any of the other bidders. Only the size
and general model of tho vessel have
been agreed upon, Mr. Gould having
left every minute detail of its construc
tion to the judgment of the ship-builders,
with tho understanding that no ex
pense was to 1)0 spared in adding to the
speed and power of the vessel. The
Cramps are now at work on tho model
and the building of the vessel will begin
It will be built of iron and steel, with
steel boilers and compound engines ol
great power; will bo 210 feet long, with
a twenty-seven foot beam and a depth
of hold of sixteen feet -larger than the
City of Glasgow, of the lunian Line.
The outfit will be completed without re
gard to expense and it will be abundant
ly tilted up with ice-making and dis
tilling machines and all of the other
luxurious appurtenances of the modern
pleasure yacht. The in side decoration
and linMiing w ill be attended to by Mr.
Gould himself and arc not included in
tho contract, although it is expected
that tho greater portion of the work will
be done in Philadelphia. The plans fot
this work will only be made as that up
on the, vessel itself progresses.
t Tho cost, cannot yet bo estimated, as
the terms of the contract have not been
made public, and even wero tho cost ol
the vessel know n it would be impossible
to estimate tho amount which will bc
spent upon the decorations and accom
modations. ' The work will bo pushed
as rapidly as possible, and it is expect
eu 111:11 tuts launching win take piaet
next spring, tlie name ot the yacht
has not been determined upon.
The Cramps are the builders of the
American Line of steamships, and
have built 11 large number of other ves
sels. Among the ocean pleasure yachts,
which lliey have turned out, are the
Corsair and Stranger. I'tUmla. Times.
A Bovera Cold,
"Ah, how are you this morning?'
said a Pill li Avenue man to his frietic.
from Jersey. "Pretty well, pretty well,"
he replied; "but my wife is sulVerinp
from n severe cold," lie ooutiuued, at
his face beamed with delight,. "Now
that's too bad!" exclaimed the New
Yorker; "but why do you seemsohappy
over it?" Taking his friend by the arm
the Jeiseyman replied, as tears of joy
rolled down his applejaek-lliished face,
'Happy! Don't mention it! Why hi
luisii 1 been able to ppeak abovo t
whisper tor nix days."
Ten to Twenty Yeum of Success
for a remedy that has in that time never
been wanting in all that is' claimed fur it
certHinly ought to give confidence to flume
who hiivo not tried Simmons Liver Iteyu
lutor. The trial of it is uttemlod with no
inconvenience, no danger, no doubt; if it
will uot euro you it cau possibly do you no
hirui, ami in noense of bilious headache,
constipation, liver disease or its attendant
evils Ins it ever been known to fail. Be
ware of bogus und counterfeit "Simmcns"
gotten up to sell on tho reputation df tho
Woman's True Friend.
A frieud in need is a friend indeed. This
none cau deny, especially when ussistnnco
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are wouibu's true
frieud, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tral always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant io the taste, and only cost
fifty" cents a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Schuh. . (2)
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cured by Philoh's Cure. We guarantee it.
PaulG. Schuh, a,'ent. (0
J5fe?"N'o family Dyes were ever so popu
lar as the Diamond Dyes. They never
tail. The Black is far superior to logwood.
The other colors are brilliant.
D. F. Morg an, of Clay city, 111., writis
his wife w as pubjoct to attacks of sick and
nervou3 hoad'iche, and was entirely cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
Where machinery is used the Drew Oil
Cup will save .IO per cent, of oil. Writo
for circular, Borden, Sclleck & Co., St.
Louis, Mo. (2)
A exeu clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
rxhfius'cd were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughinc,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy run all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Di-covi ry
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Tii'd
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
Will you suffer, with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizi-r is euaran
teed to cure. Piitil G. Schuh, agent. (2)
Alien's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debidty, and all weakness
of generative organ, fl. 5 for $). All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. Y. Sold in
Cairj by Barclay Bros
Motficrs! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of vour rest bv a sick child suffering and
crying w ith the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ( If so, go ht once and get a bottie ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
ubout it. There is not a mother on earth
n-l. baa vu wood It, WllO Will UOt tell VOU
ht once that it will regulate the lmwe;,
and pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tin- child, opemtins like magic.
It h perfectly s'ife to U:-e in all cases, and
p!eisai,t to the taMe. and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and be-', fern & le:
pbykians m: 1 nurses in the United States,
"j'vl r where. 25 c---nt a !;. tic.
i-iiraul gr4.te. which often
nr-.r the ; r--: i 1 f:;ce, are prevented by
Pirker's Hair Ba ,m.
Lydiu E. rinki.ainV Vegetable Com
pound ranks :itst us a curative agent in all
complaints peculiar to women.
Jul 1 its H'insen. V Hunt street, Chicago,
says: "I use ! Br .vr,'s Iron Bitters as a
tonic, and found it To be exactly what it is
represented to be."
A Varied Performance.
Many wonder lew Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it essence of ginger, when in fact k is
made from many valuable medicines which
act beneficially on every diseased organ.
Tliij elegant dressing
is picferred by thosa
.imibr article, on c
I ount of i mperior
' .leanliness and nuriiv.
It contains material!
only that are beneficial
to tho scalp and hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
r.irucr s 11.ur uaivim n tinely pcrlnmed and li
warranted to prevent Killing ofthe hair and to re
move dandruff aiidiiclung. liiscox & Co., N.Y.
i"c. und II i!ifi,td,lerilDHrusiliiimtdlclotl.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or f.irmrr, worn out with
Overwork, or a nioihcr rim down by family or house
hold duties try I'ahkck's Cingeii Tonic,
I f you are a lawyer, minister or businen man ex
ti.nisied by mental ulramor anxioun cares, do not take)
liitiisicaliiigsuinulaiiis.biituse l'urker'k Hinder Tonic
fynii h.ivo('omunaii)n, LyMWia, Kheuma.
Inn, Kidney 1 otni.l.iims, orany dmoultr ofthe Iuiim,
Btomacli. bowels, blood or tieives.l'Ai.Ki'K's OiNCKii
i'oMC will cure you. It isthe ( Jic.ite-.t lHon'd Purifier
And the Duct and Surest Cotnjli Curo Cver Used.
If von are waiting away from age, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and rr.miie a stimulant take
I.im.uk Ionic atonic s it will mvicoraio and build
you up fiom the fust dose but will never intoxicate
It has saved hundmls of lives j it may save yours,
CAUTION t Rfu. Kll utxtit.ito. I'nrlm'iOliiKnTuiiloU
enmpwil of tin l.cil rpitinlul tmu m tli, wnrM.ami larnllrt l
diltiTfnt from r"0"inti"ii i.r rmf ,1,,,,,, n,ml forcirculst to
IIIkux 4 Co., N, V. Sue. & ( 1 iiui, i ,ilrr, drU(l
CltEAT SAVINU IIUY1NO l'OI.LAU Sli,
......... .,.,h,.n.B ,,., ,,, ,hli
dclitihifiil pirlnme exceedingly popular. Thiire
nut ll I UK 11 k 1) 1 1 . I nsist upon having FtokBS.
TON Coluunk and look for signature ol
I.AlKIK BAVIXO UtiYINfl lv, f7
lta n. h nn. I Li.iiiilt i, - i ....
Chills and Fever.
Slniinom Liver Keen
tutor ponn break tnt
clulla and rarrlea tlm
fever out ol the system.
It curve when all other
Vi ii iiiiii t I1' vf r ' inn rcuoi bua cum
if I MJlf of this dlstroislng dls-
Tho Kuirulator will poMtlTly cure tbls tw.rlblu
diceiise. We assert eMphatically what we kuow to
should not he regarded ae a trilling ailment. Na
ture diimunds the utmost regularity of the bowels.
Therefore assist nature by taking Himmons Liver
licgul&tor. It is harmless, mild and effectual.
One nr two tuhlcspnonfuls will relieve nil the
troubles lncidont to a bilious state, such at Nausea
Oizzlui's, Urowslness, Uistrese alter eating, a bit
ter bad tilde lu the&ioulh.
I'ersou may avoid all attacks by occasionally
taking a dose of Simmons Liver HogulaiTor to keep
the liver iu healthy action.
generally arising fnm a disordered stomach, can
be corrected by taking Simmons Liver ltcgulator.
Simmons Liver Kegulat r soou eradicates this dls
ease from the system, leaving the sktn clear and
lr-e from all Impurities.
Children suffering v, tth colic soon experience re
lief when hlmmoLS Liver itegalator Is administer
ed. Adult aleo derive great benellt from this
medicine. It is not unpleasant; it is harmles
and eilective. J'urely vegetabla.
13 LADDER & KIDNEYS
Most of the diseases ol the bladder originate from
thope of the kidneys. Hestore the action of the
liver lull nud both the kidneys and bladder will
f jTakc onlv the genuine, vvhlcb always 'ha ou
i oe wrapper the red Z trade mark and signature ol
For sale by all drugists.
Manufacturer and Dialer in
b!b Streoi, between Coin'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BOIUNO A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINOSJ OF AML'.NITIOS.
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JJ ir.s, !-,' lr- -i Kit Cw'i.tacy f-sylti piir
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:If r'lJrof ffl:ntd to ilk hl.l.SL 'J.ll Area
TO CAIiJ) COLLECTORS.
" THE FROLIC OF TIIE FROGS."
S't orlgitial dvslgr s, Just out, very funny, will b
sent to any address on receipt of 6 cents in stamp.
J. i. LAEKI.V 4- CO., Puflilo, N. .
SOLK ilAN'L'FACTrREUS oF
"BORAXINE," fi.rtli taamlrv.
"KI.ITE." a I'ur Olive Oil Toilst Soap.
I'ORT GUAl'E WINE
Spker'h Pout Gkapb Wink !
pour years old.
MMIlSt'KI.KHUATKIiNATIVHWINE Is made
from thr.Juic.tinf tho oporto Unipe, raised In
thlteoiiiify. lis liivnliinhlo tniilr, and strength
Pf'M'ertiMB are iiiisiirpassi'd bv any othnr
Nut We W Inn. ll 'lnif ihn puro Julen of Ibti flrnpn,
produced iiinb'r Mr. Kptmr' own personal supnrvl
Bion, lis pinlty nml liiiiiii'm ru'SH, urn gunriiutend,
I liM'rmiiiipt child mnv partuku of Its eiiurou
qiinllties, nml tho weaku-t Invnllit use It to a, Ivan.
"?'!,,, 11 , loirurul nrtv lieni'deltil Inlhnagod and
d''lilllliiii!il,anil siiitrd Id Hie vsrions allimints that
Sirhm-'s . j. Sherry.
Tlin l". ,1. SlIKltlt V lsa wlno of Superior Char
Hcternrid iiri.iknsoftbo rich auuMles of thn grape
rrom w ith It Is mud,, .'r .rtVl uinhiitissi Fla-
exc.Mled m I'r"l"'r"0"' 11 wl11 ,,n '"' I'D'
TP0!'1'' v- J- Kraiidv.
T his HU.Ni)V.tatn1sunrlviiii'rt In this Country
Jmlim far superior lor uiinllelnal purpos.'. it Is a
iniJ I i'Ki "i1 ,r"" llK' "f"!1"' '" """ln val
lalilo ine lle nal propertli's. It has A delicto fla-
rti'.i'n .?,1! l!,r, i',,"',","f lh" p;r,fn"' frnm which tt I
? .. ..' "'i1'",1," (tr""1' f"v"f '"uhi nrsi-class
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bottle. " ovur 11,8 cork of Ullcb
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and ny Duuotjisra rvkrywhicrk.
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