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THE DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNIN'ti, JANUARY IT, 188S.
rtvVfARL BAKING POWDEI
purl: cream tartar.
If ahm or any Injurious tmVistiineofi can be found.
fuAndrowtt Pearl Baking Powder, la
lively PURE. Iiuing endorsed, and tillniotila!a
received irom eitch chemists an S. ltana Hays, Bon.
ton; M. iKilafontaine, of Chicago; and tiuntavu
Jfodo, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
Id Midiifau Av. 2S7. 2b'J & i!91 E. Water
Every Corset is warranted MitiH
factory to tta wearnr in .-very v-uy,
r,r tiio money will 1m refuu.l. tl l y
tiie pr-rson from wliem it wns I mitt tJt.
The nnlv Cors-I pronoir.w.l bv mir Ini.lii'.T 1 liv'l. Lin.
not lnur!iMi lo tin- w surer. r! iiiI.tm.' lv Iml us
the ' iiu.lcotnforittljlu anil p. lit - ii K I oiaet e.er
mWl' I' RICES, by Mall, !rtuc VnMi
Health Ireervlng. !.&. Cvlf-Ad tu-MriK.
Abdominal (eitru heury .(). Niindni;. 1.6t
HtMtllh I'rnrrvte (Due voulW '! 00. l'uriin
&Wrt-,itirrt!iii. 1 ..
Knr sale by Jtailinv lied." l uli r , ervw here.
CUIC.UiO COKSKT CO.. t lileuuo, III.
Hosteller". Stomach Blltera give steadiness to
the nerves. Induces a he illbv, natural flow of til to,
irevent. constipation withoul unduly purging thu
towels, gentlv limuWtce the circulation, and by
protnutluc a vigoruti condition of thu phvtcl
vslom, promote, alio, that chcerfnlne.s which I.
(he t'tiunt Indication of a wull-buUiued condition
ol all tut- utilUMl p )W;r.
Tor sale by all druggist and doalei genera)).
Infctt wlilj Hti!" itn(r
a in.ilii l uf lilt Halm
iito '.,e noinl; diaw
truri' lirciitln thr..iiph
tliC Ii0'. It will III"
r i y i CI
ll-lll ftmupcf nf c
urrhal v.run, fmilDir
bcaittiv aicre tiiiijn, al
lain tndirnation, jiro,
lecta the uiurnlirne
Irot'i aild'tiniial robla,
cuuiplrtcly In-n l the
o ta and fftorpa the
enpo or tat and
amp I Jtt-ia'tk'lal re-
tuita an-r i.lii d hy a few application. trior
ouh t ri mi nt ax directed vtiil cure C'Biar.'h, Hoy
K'.'Vi r, 4c.
Agreeable tn V-e.
l'SE(.HALKI FOi: COlil) in llif 1IRA1).
The Ha ui hanga ceil an envlnbie r'Pitul u wlicr
i srr korivrn. 'ii-p.ucln all ili r iri.arinuti".
)tii tKllZKU AS A -vuSltKHi'l'Lulfi'ilVHY
Kold nr dru'k;l-t a' 5''ii)t. tu n i l jt of
prltB wl I mall a parkace rVu'1 t.T circular cciti
talnltttc f'td Uitor'na on in 1 rell bi imxlnmuial.
KI.YCHtC AM BALM CO.. uworu, N. T.
GOLD HEDAL, FARIS, 1878.
Th roost popular weet
Ciiocolate la fbo market. It
1:1 uutrtUoui and palatable;
n particular favont with
(.Inldrcii, and n moat oxool
lent article l'ur lamUy use.
1 lie penning i flu input S.
firrmun, ltorchrnler, JUnnn.
J leu ii re of imitnl tout.
Hold by (irureM cver.nhtr.
, BMER & CO.. Dorclicstcr, Mass.
jrtinot, ire la aweeping by, go
It I "and dare hi-lore yeudle. iom .
tlilnil nil.hty and .nbllmn
b ave behind toconquar time."
r, vn-ek In your on town
rive Dollar ou'tlt tret. No
rlak. Kvrvllilri(f new Capital not r-ii'ilred. We
will furnleh you everytbltiK. Many are making
fortune. Ladle, make an much men end buy.
and flrl. m-iae ercat pa Reader. If you want
ba.tuv.a at which you can make great Pay all t tie
time, write for particular, to H. H tLI-KTr C0,
fthRYINOT0 HOLD COWhVI
f E i l t? -J - J-l lITAM BOUUDTQ RICe
a- -i fii fTt, . -i- vU-fr v i
(fit If I JPiS v
W&ft STOMACH $
WIT AND HUMOR.
"I like your now lint vorv much," ho
said; "tlitit fcntlinrN nml cfiit:.'" "No
such I hi up," uxttl.iirnoil nht-; "It's a ronl
"Yv-i," Htii.l the father, "I liko to
have my tluuplitor hiivo a beau, 011 tlio
score of economy. If hIio diiln't, omo
of iho other mumhers of tho family
woiihi occupy tho parlor nndburn paH."
"If," says tho I'hrcnoloyical Journal,
"wbUtlinpwill ilrivo nway tho blues,
why shouldn't Iho pirU whistle?"
l'shaw! if they did, tho puppies would
run after them more than ever.
Peter Haumpartnor, a St. Louis sa-looni.-d,
makes oalli that ho is a son-in-law
of Napoleon Botiftparte. Does any
uody remember of any of the llona
parte girls marrying BaumpartnerP
Greek recitation: Henevolont pro
fessor (prompting) "Now, thon, Eip
m " Somnolent soph (rcmemborinp
last niglil's studies) "I mako it next. "
He goes it alono bnfora tho faculty.
Professor Tyndall asserts that if a
phycr on an accordtion happens to
striko tho right chord, ho can render a
listcucr temporarily insane. Tyndall
didn't need to bo a groat scientist in or
der lo know that.
A great Irish orator and wit was
asked what an Irish friend of his, who
had just arrived in London, could mean
by perpetually putting out his touruo.
"I suppose he's trying tocatoh thoKng
lish accent," said tho wit.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton ndvisos bill
iards for girls of the period. If a girl
handles a billiard cuo as doxtrously as
she throws a stone, tho man four foot to
tho left of her is likely to have an cyo
A Florida man killed a rattlosnake by
throwing a glass of whisky in its faco.
It wasn't the effect of the liquor that
caused the reptile's death, but it was
tho horror of the man's reckless extrav
agance. Tho owner of a small dry-goods store
in St. Louis says that tho amount of his
annual sales has not variod 73 conts in
thirteen years. A stranger ought to
drop in and buy a bolt of cotkm and
scuro him to death.
"Detrain" is a new word in use in
England. When a body of soldiers
alight from railway cars they "de
train." Pretty soon the papers will
tem with "d'ehoraecar," deomnibus,"
"dehack," "deeaualboat," and so
Tho dresses of Lollia Paulina, tho ri
val of Aggrippina, were valued at 2,
not including her jewels, which
cost hs much more. It has slipped our
memory whether Miss Paulina was the
daughter of a plumber or an editor, but
our iiiipresMon is that slio was.
A young Now Yorker at a party asked
and received the consent of a young la
dy to accompany her home. lie wait
ed in astonishment whilo the company
slowly depift'-d. and finally hinted that
it was time tor them to go. "0," said
she, demurely, "I am boarding here."
Madam come to inspect the costume
of tambourine girl which she has or
dered for tho ball. "It is ravishing,
but my husband will he not lind tho
tho train a tritlo short?" "Not at all,
madam," replies tho mod N to, "after I
shall present my bill."
Tho girls have discovered that tho
thin let's of habitual cigarette smokers
prevent them from waltzing well. At
lanta Cunntitulion. In this part of tho
country the girls waltz on their own
legs and are not dependent upon tho at
tenuated extremities of smokers of any
Charles Lever tells of an Irishman
who, whilo a wheel of a stage-coach
was passing over him. cried out,
"What's this for?" An Arkaustiw man
was equally self-possessed. While
standing in a saloon, where a party of
convivialists had gathered, a pistol be
longing to one of the party was acci
dentally discharged. The Arkansaw
man fell, shot through the body.
"Blamed if I understand this!" ho ex
claimed. "Why that pistol should se
lect mo when ol'der men aro present is
beyond mv mental resete"."
An aged peasant learns that tho vil
lage doctor, to whom he had advanced
some small sums, has lust passed away
leaving nothing but debts. "There!"
said ho to his wife, with a delightful
chuckle, "if I hadn't hat! tho good
luck to have that tit of rheumatism two
months ago, whore would my money
They had met "by chance" on a rail
road train. "Oh, how I wish I knew
you in the summer, whon I had mv
yacht," he murmured, looking seaward.
And the fair being at his side felt
drawn toward him, she little knowing
that he worked in a drug store at $7
per week, ant! that ho still owod a
quarter for the use of a row-boat at the
A young author was telling of his
woes with regard to a book. Said ho:
"I gave it to ono publisher'to read, and
he accepted it and said ho would pub
lish it. I5ut three days later he com
mitted suicide Then I Bhowed it to
another publisher. Iltj agreed to pub
lish it, and tho next week took all his
partner's money and flod to Europe.
And then what tho blazes aro you
A wittv nobleman once asked a cler
ical gentleman at tho bottom of tho ta
ble why the goose, when there was one,
was always placed next to the parson.
"Really, my lord," said the clergyman,
" your qu'jstiim is somewhat ditlloult
to answer, and so remarkably odd, that
I vow I shall uever seo a gooso again
without being reminded of your lord
ship." A Harlem small boy, wjiosu soul was
filled with visions of future greatness
and whoso memory was stored with
scenes in which doirs had cone mad
from tho addition of artificial exUjnsious
Ut their tails, tried the expuriinenlof ty
ing a tin can to tho most subsequent
department of a goat. Tho animal
looked gratefully upon the oagor lad,
and then slowly and solemnly devoured
tho can. Tho boy will henceforth lead
a blighted life.
"Then you are thinking of building a
residence next season?" suggested Flub
to one of our hoavy pgekets. "Yes, I
thought I should get up something in
that line." "What stylo of architect
ureGothic, or Dorio, or Corinthian,
or P" "Oh, a little of everything.
My wifo inclines to the Mary Ann style;
but I guess I'll put up a genuine Betsy
Jano cottage, with ft plzarro all around
it. That'll suit mo well enough."
"Why didn't you deliver that nios
siigo as I gave it to you?" asked a gen
tleman of his stupid sorvant. "I did
Iho best 1 could, boss." "You did tho
hen you could, did youP" imitating his
voice and look. "So you did tho best
you could. If I had known that I was
sending a donkey 1 would have gone
It was but a simple pin, Fuck says,
on a chair, and the little boy did grin
liko a boar whon the teacher took a
seat, and in a manner very lleet flew a
half a hundred feet in the air. This tho
teacher doth aunov, and he chants, and
no pardon to tho boy quick ho grants.
But he grabs the indiscreot littlo boy
and him doth beat till ho rather spoils
the seat of his "pants."
A martinet of a sergeant turns up un
expectedly to call out a fatigue party.
Only ono soldier answers to tho sum
mons with promptitude. "Confound it
all to confusion!'' yells tho irritated of
lioor. "What in tho naruo of a hun
drcd thousand devils do you mean by
turning out alone, sir, when I called
out the whole squad? Forty-eight
hours in tho black holo! That'll teach
you to be tho only man to turn out!"
Ho was a pretty close man, without
doubt. At breakfast he cut an egg in
two and gave tho new hired man ono
half of it. The help ate it and held out
his plato for more. "What!" gasped
the host, "Want a hull egg? "Of
course I do," said tho man. Tho boss
stared blaukly at him a moment, and
then, pushing tho half egg across the
table, snappishly cried: "Take it, eat
it, and kill yourself." Tho man ate it
and is still alive.
A Singular Story
Tho New York correspondent of the
Baltimore American tells this singular
story illustrative of what people will do
on the spur of the moment and actuated
by a sudden impulse: A merchant sat in
In oflice ono day in the year 18m. Tho
weather was vory hot, for it was July,
and business was dull. Picking up a
newspaper the merchant read of a great
discovery of silver ore just made by tvo
miners m the Nevada mountains. Ho
put on his hat opened tho safe and took
out a few hundred dollars from a pri
vate drawer and walked out. Ho was
never seen again. His business was left
uneared for. unlinished, and it was fin
ally wound up by his friends. His clerks
entered other establislimeii's and the
man was apparently forgotten. In ISVO
one of these clerks was traveling lhrMi;.'h
Nevada, and, being invited to stop over
and examine soiiu-. noted ?me':tingw orl;.
was taken through tint buildings. In
one corner lie nawa pair of mules goin
round and round in a ring, turning
(tome kind of simple machinery. A little
surprised tit this crude contrivance in
tiie midst of steam engi'ics.and etamp
mills, he paused a moment and noticed
fin aged, crippled man engaged in driv
ing the animals. Something fatni.iar
about the man caused him loiook again. .
when he found that thu mu'u driver was
his old employer, the mUs'uig merchant.
When questioned he (dated that tho
newspaper sriiolo about the silver .dis
covery had put it into his head that find
ing .silver wii an easier way of getting
rich, started for the West, intending to
write whon lie had found a silver mine.
Up to that tint.) the minx had not been
found, and he had become so wretched
and despondent he bad gone from bail
to worse, until mulo-drivim? seemed tho
only thing he was lit for. This man has
recovered from his insanity, and is to
ilav iu New York with iiis family, the
old clerk hai ing brought him back.
Gen. Custer's Eat,
Mrs. Custer hits presented to Custer
Post G. A. It., oLChicago, a hat pneo
worn by (Jen. Cu"cr. sdie hasreceutly
been made an honorary member of tho
Post. In sending the" hat, sho wrote:
"Siuco hearing from you and from Mr.
Lenmau Hudson lust year how much
you nil prize the red necktie, and how
prompt you were to adopt it as a part of
your uniform, I have sent to my Micbi
gau home for one of Gen. Custer's largo
hats, that lie wore in many a chargo
during the war. I think It is no less &
part of the costume that bocame iden
tified with him, than was the red tie.
He was tho timt oDlcer on our side who
wore tho broad brimmed hat for cam
paigning, and ho also first adopted tho
blue flannel shirt with the broad collar
having bought ono early in the war
from a punhoat on tho James River."
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Oackacho, Headache, Toothache,
ore Tli.'onl. NttfHi.iira. Siprnli., itruleee,
iu.'i.a. ftpitl'lv i'roat Hliea,
itn a i i. oriiKK iiiinii.v I'iim ami aiiiks.
Sold by Dru(tr iM 4ili. vfrvwiim. 1-lity cuu a bold.
UllACLlnll III II Lll'tll.K.
TIIE f II lit ES K. VOliH.Hl CO. .
(.tWMKituA toutUK.CD) Hiiillwuri, J1J., I...
A committee was appointed to visit Af
frud Sjiet r's vineyards nt Passaic, N. J., to
examine Ids wines uuil cellars ami rep -rt.
The tollowin is a put of the nporl:
Many will lie little surpiisud to lentn that
within so short a distance from this city,
has been prosecuted an enterpriuc of so muth
importance, and with ho much success.
Tho qualities of these wines aro not ex
celled by any producer in tho world and
during the seitson when the operation of
handling tho grapes, espresning the juices
and tho other treatment nro in active pro
gress, it is interesting and instructive to
visit tho vineyards and witness the opera
tion. H. II. Mahtin,
A. 8. Ilr.ATii. M. D. Com.
For sale by Pact. 0. Hcnvu.
Chills and Fever.
wiiniriona Mver Keen
latnr mot) break, the
chill" and carrie. the
fever nut ol the ey.tein.
1 1 cure, when all other
S ck Headache.
V r tho relief wtd cure
of thla d i training l la
ta uac Simnioui Liv
The Kcpnlator will poeltlwiy cure thla U.rible
dlcoaan. W'u aaeert euiphaticully hat we know to
CONST LIGATION !
ghould not bo regarded u a trifling ailment. Na
ture (lemunila the utnioal rcgtilurlly of the bowel..
Therefore umlat nature by taking Simmon. Liver
Kegulator. It la liarmlem, mild and elloclual.
One or two talileHponnftua will relieve all the
trouble Incident to a billon, atate, auch a. Nauaea
lhzziiine, Droualneaa, Dlatree. alter eating, a bit
ter had lantu in thu mouth.
IVr.on. may avoid all attack, by occasionally
taklim a done of Minmiui Liver Kcgublor to keep
the liver In healthy action.
t'oniirally ari King I'rjru a disordered .tomach. cat
ho corrected bvtukiug Simmon. Liver Regulator.
Mmmona Liver ftet-'ulat r roon eradicate, thl. die
ease from lue atcm, leaving the (kin clear and
liee Iroru all Impurities ,
Children auffeftDB with colic oon experience re
lief w lion Simmon Liver Itegulntor la administer
ed. Adult, also deiivo great benefit from thl
medicine. It is not unpleasaut; it 1. hartuiret
and efl'ectivo. i'urely vegi tablu.
B LAUD El I fc KI DN EYS
Moat of t be dlseasesot the bladder originate from
those of me kidneys. Kestore the actiou of tbo
liver fully aud both the kidneys aud bladder will
rff-Takc only the genuine, which atway. ha. on
tue wrapper the red 'i trade mark and signature ol
For sale by ail druukdst.
All Ouly Daughter Cured of
When de'ith was hourly expected, all remedlo.
hav ng fulied, and Dr 11 .lame, was experiment
Ing wi'ii tee mat')' I't-rb. of Calcutta. 06 accident
all v made a piepaiat on w b'ch i tired bi en y child
of Consiimp io . II a chl d Is m w in this ceuntr'
aud cnj.ivluu the b t of be d'.h , He ha. moved t
the uo:ld thu Consumption ctm re positively and
t ermane tly cred The do t r now give lilt
Kocipe free onlv asklnir tw three cent . amp. to
pav expenses 'i'h; h rb also cure nulu .weata.
nausea at ti e stomach, ai.d wl I two k una ftesh
col t tn teMv-t ur ho irs. Addre-. CraJdo-.k A
Co.. lO.'i UuCfl i. reet, l'uilad:pbia, naming this
I a per
Smm r A week made at hma by fh tndna
I Itrlous. Be.tous nejs now before the
ubllc. Capital out needed. We
I J w III start you Men, women, boys
m and girls wanted everywhe1 to work
forua. Now i the time. Voa can
work In pre time, or give tour whole time to the
baa nesi. No other burlnen will pay you nearly
a well No orecan fail to make ennrmnu. pay,
by engaging at once. Coa ly oil' fit and term free
.lonev made tat. easily, and honorably. Addre..
TKL'K Jei.O., Augusta, maine
PORT OBAPB AVINE
Spker's Poht Gape Wine !
fouk years )m).
rrmsi'Ei.rcmtAi Kl) NAT1VU W1SB 1. made
A from the Juic'i of tho iiorlo 'J ape, raled In
thl. coat ty Its inviiitiiilt'o totilc and strength
ening pinnert h'v n iiMurpnMi'd bv any other
Nal've Wno. H lug he pnre JiHre of tla Orapn,
produced imiler Mr, Spoer's own po'sonal .npervl
ion, I's pin llv and nines, are guaranteed.
Tlf voiineft child mi pnrtak' of lt U'lieroti.
qua'ltii , and Hie wenke t invalid tiso llloadvnn
luge It l particularly benefli lal to .he aged and
d blllta'ed. anil muted 10 ilm arlou ailments that
ail'ect the weaker ex. It I lu every respect A
WINK TO ltH Kill IKII ON.
Sleep's p. J. Sherry.
The l". J. MIKItU i' la a vr'na or Super'or Char-B'-ter
md ai t ikes ofthe rich qiial tie. or h grain
from wh rh It Ii rendu fur I'urllv. Itlr.linex, Kla
vie and Medicinal l'roputtles, it will be loqnd nn
Stioer'rt P. J. Itrandv.
Thl. IIHAN'DV tatnl ttnrWa'ed In thl. Country
boliigfnr siiiierlor fur medlclnnl pmiiiwe., It la a
piirerll.tUlrttlon Iro the gri". ud rnn'ein. val.
uaMe medicinal tiropnriles. It hit a delicate flu
vor. lm lar to that of the irapea, from which It I.
distilled, mid i. In great, fav r among nrt-cla.
fiimllln, see that the signiture of At.KRKf)
blPKKH, I'a-salc, is. J I. over the cork of each
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