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THK DAILY OAIKO RUM.ETtN: FRIDAY M01tN'INTii, JANUARY 26, 1858.
f IARLBAKINU POWDtH
;IT AM BOUND TO RIBf
,-f : if r
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
31000. Given f A
If alum or anv iiinirijiin cult'iaiiro can o found
In Andrews' I'enrl Baking Vs-vdcr. Is pos.
UvdvpUHE. Ik in ci.dor'!, and testimonial!
received jmiii such cliemMaasS. Dunn lluyi, bo,
ton; M. Ik.Iiii'uiiuiIiip, of Chicago; and uutavu
BkIc, JlihvB'iki'". Never aold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS . CO.
If. MlwiiB'jii A v. 2S7. M k 2'j1. E. Waur
r...-rv v- rs t i worri'lit'-l
luctjry to iu wt-ur'r i rvi-rjr -"v.
i,r il.o money will 1' r. tun 1 -.1 i-.v
ts- rertsm from mlmtn it waWi:it-ut.
pot iniuri i.. Di n.i r:.'A !r.t?
UlP " UHH'JIiilHIIjlll W' l I' 1 ' '' " r
,ull',a " ruuT.tr P.-'-K- ivdi
Health Pn-wrvlKR. 150- N-HAd'u Or.-. 1.50
Abdomlnul Intra hcai ai.no. XurJnr, 1.00
Ucultb Vwrvl.. ie ".ut'.l a?."". iu-kuoii
rru by leading IJ.-ti-ll .'-.l.- r'fn-ubfK.
CHIC W; 'HI'-' T ' '!' "''
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Ii c-rt ! I. !lft! (ItieT
, l iti-. Ii.- ! I he lialm
i io i; i- i.df'rti; draw
-trull" hifi ihri-ueb
ilr i a--, .t will lie
tli!"!'!i'lv c'-.''ne 'In"
i n-ul i uH.u't-ii ! I a
urn, u'i v.nir, cruIi.?
tl I 11 1 1 V KH-.f tlilt.f , al-
'a-c lull iniutioii. liro.
n t !'l ' li.t"'ll rinc
rn" '.rt'l t . i m 1 colild,
om pit ie . b l i li e
o i h u i r'eior"H t lie
"trm of u-i" and
h in- 1 Ke'.elii Sol rp
B'ilicitKi'i". i tbur-
r-. i. ii ar.li, Uav
Thciudat Evenio, Jan. 25, 1883.
Tho weather is thawing and tho air is
foj:gy Hnd murky. The chancei are that
before our next issue the Irost will be ban
ishe.l by aprin raini and a liego of wet
weather will set Id.
The market presents no new teaturoa.
Stocks are generally fair and orice weak,
especially in grain and hay.
The Ohio river continues a steady rise
and is lull of heavy floating ice.
FLOUR We, ute a firm and unchanged
market in this staple. Receipts continue
light and stocks small.
HAY Unchanged; small demand ard
good supply; inquiry only for choice; com
CORN' Sales are mostly from the river
bank below. Quotations are nominal. '
OATS Plenty and so strong to-day.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
BRAN Cariuad lots are quoted "2,
broken lota 75. The demand is good.
BUTTER Over-it "cked aud dead dull.
Only choice is wanted.
EGGS Plenty and dull at quotations.
POULTRY All kinds are very scarce
m in ap.tivfl demand. Not enough of
cither turkeys or chickens cornea in to sup
ply tho local trade.
APPLES Steady and unchangod. The
demand is for strictly choice.
POTATOES-Thcre is a steady demand
lor choice ted ana table potatoes.
yalert and Quotations.
VOTB. Ta pr1r n-srt ntno r lor !) fnm
first hands tn ronnrt lots. An a1v.n, U
ehrKl for tirolcDti Intaiti llillunri!r.
!W virion a prarte ,
300 bM fancv
-.51 hbln family
1 0 hb i. famt!?....
400 bbli caoica
6 can rbolM .... ,
1 rargoo4 mixed.
8 car. prime .......
8 cur f mcr
.... was m
.a loas is
.... 40&4 4S
1 car mUeil In
1 cr blm la
ran choice lu bulk
4 car In bulk ,
x cart la arka
5 car lu tack
wan a r
Nil il 'te1, Pi'r tin ...
No. 2 MutliMraiitmii.
katkk ok KHrmtrr.
, v lirn
....... . - 5
Flour V k
KM bhinfliv In liitd ... ... J W .J 4
4') bhla City - 4)
ultK aru rcil z-d iv a fe
ou.U unit ik-ii L Jlrvduo will c
I'tiv r, .to.
Ae i'i iililf t i i '"i".
USKOl'.UiKU KOlt t OUD intlio HEAD.
The liu m hn!.-a i.i-'l an i-nviiib rciniiitt on wher
ever k 'in w". 'U p in-1 in all "ill- r ir.t;Hiuilia.
ltti 0(IKI i A v4iiM)l-.Hl'L'l.liiM:iVUY
Mild H7 ll'Ui't'l-l- B' tirc-iil.. llli M-i'!;'tof
prlni wl I nrul a pa ki'.-u J"' I I'1' r'ri.-iili'r fnti
tuluirii; f ''I ii-for on n p. . I In'.- ti- lin -l al..
KLYCUKAM B A i M t" J . . ''wi;... S. V.
GOLD KLDAL, PAEI3, 1878.
3"W pniinla So'ithiri I'llooll roll
pirinW Norihern roll
5') ' imniids Southern llllnol roll..
aiOp.iundacuolci) Noituuru roll....
i coopa atg choice..
1 coopi mliod
2 co ipa vnnnit and old
8 Coopa brni I
3 flO&) 00
Slhbla fancy P-Davla 4 00
M hi)a rbolre Winitpi 3 .5
M liMa fini-v Koinu f5-'ailty 4 0
.ObbU common 0"
41a k packed fruit Wc to 1 Wlrn
Warranted utmolutelH pur
Cocoa, from vlilca tbo exceaa of
Oil lis bi-cn removed. It baa thr
timet tSt ttrtPjih of Cocoa mixed
nt.li fc'tarch, .rniwrootor Eugur,
tad la Uitrtf ire far mora oconoml
c:u. It U dt!'..loui, aouriaalng,
atr'.-u:rl.i-,i.,.a-.'. J'I;J' tltf'atcd, and
aUntraI:j'a'.iU-d fr Invallda aa
well hi for ornoni In ln-alll.
Rnld hj Gruci-ri fferjTfhcra.
W. BAKER & CO, Mctetcr, Mass,
Choir rod, ...
('noire ra low
Vorthern Prarb Blowa p?r hnnh 7n,V!l
Houthirn Ilia. Teach Il'ona p'r buab flO'tiS
Northorn P. B. per bbl.... 'I'i
Soutiiern Ilia, per bbl - J )
Early Km- ited pur buabel HrvAU
Wo rabblta T.liU f
HudiicvMi ducks -....1 35 -H V-
J 1 ,1-11 fur t L .r--f t
1 Until -u t ii in., ui
'Jhi'1-..rui' i-a ihv ; i
Ul.'t III I tutu
; thi'e who
do ii- i iuiir .v(. ih ir oppr-
t'liili .i h r main In ipov.t'v.
W ofli-r a Rrut cha' ci to inako inouiy. w nnt
mtiio until, Mimm, nny and iririi i" vrotk lor ur
rlKbt In 'ftulr own uimHtn-a Any oi." no do the
ork prupi-rly fr nn Hie rliet n i.rt. Ihu bua uh
will pay m ru tb -n tn ilmea ordinar; w i;( s. El-pciiaivi-nirrl'
furnlalli'd frtie. No "no who eneauen
UI to nmae nniui-v rap dir. You ran drv. to
jour wlioic Mm t i tb" w-nk, or only your apa-e
bioniriiia fu l I -.for'ii ition and a'l i at Is ne.-ib-d
"iiifri-i. AdlirrnsriNSOSACO l'orilnid, Me.
M'lol, lite la icrin hj, fi
'and dure iieiiirv yimiipi-, km
tliliiit n,-htv and .Ilium-li-ave
btliihd lornnqii rlilno "
iw a -i-i'i( in your own town
live Dollar (mult iriM Ko
rlak. Ev rytlilhg lid Cupnal imt r-iiiiln d. VU
will fori'lah vuii eVMrytbinir. Many ero miVliii;
toruitn-a. Ladies mnku aa tnnr'i hi'-n and linva
aud ir' m -ke vTr.-nt pay Hi-ader, If you waul
tui'.i'. at wlrrh vn i can make L'rcat iav all 'lie
tltuo. write f'irpirticulartloll. 11 Vl-LKT i' Jt CO,
-H"tlit.f- t. ... o.
Clft YOUK CAPITAL.
VlU Tb'Me riu.li'lita to iiinko monv
Cftft In train. pi'oll"iih nrnl htKk
TjM I't'i-iilHlliiii'i. en do folivniiprnt
VuU l.-iRiiu mr ).lun. l'linn May ltt.
ihu, tiiLuit i.-rt -arnldnln, onluvoiit
in titsof 4,ot 1 .ihui, fHKli (iroMa
t'livo hmtn p nil- -I and imid to In
vetiirs amoiiiiiinii toa-vemi timea
the (irmniil mv. 'ii.-nt. I'riilUa
linld (Iritnteyi-ry imitiili, allll lav.
Ilia tho orlitl nl invest mil. nmlt.
UTffVO liui monny or maliin on ili-nmii,.
OlUlIVO Kx-ilrnat'iry cunilM-a t. lid t,ii'o.
niHiita of mmi aciii, In-n, We
want reaiKjusltile avnnta. woo wni
roimrtrn ernpa and tiiiimluva tho
iilun. Iillinnil ooujimiiiHuim riu'l
Mujur ItliM-k, riilraKo.tll
''11 A! BKItlll Ka.
,a (V-&14 W
r iiariel ' A'
Plain hama ..
H. C. IUnia..
Clear aides. , .
2 i nusbtd burlapa.
DM ED fltt'lT.
Peaches, halvaeaiiil miurier
Ubolr modi um , ,
IN JEO'i'il'N . la a iwalttve cure tnr ail JMarhorirra.
BrinKli'ir. Ui,- .l I m -r.,1 iiti,,Miion oi tha
Cll ftCi P'"'l)oitl. Koraiiln liy nil rtniif.
S JLJSl"a'- or a mt tiv Kxioeaa 0" i
r.TuToi'brli.. D, VAHK iNi.
i7h i.t I'll RytAtiiif UINCIMMAT1
UlO- a'lwiw u.nlHIou tul lift)!'. AW
Calf, Oreun ,
Dry Kllut choka
Oreon Halt ,,. .., ,.,.,.. ,,......
Plum (.Men M-
Hlniop Plia,dry ...,'.. ...
rrnaap i'i n, ureen
liood lUtfa. ,
owb'af 7V(i M
Medium l,car a ftifft 7 t(i
Clo'4Uaf..... 7 M3 (!'
.$1 7.vmn i
i 4 Wi 5 (a
A Man Put to Rout.
Most men will lose their presence of
mind under moments of excitement.
Thus, observes tho Boston Journal, it is
no great discredit to n well-known man
in a suburban town that ho quite lott
his head recently in consequence of nn
unexpected nnd'iilarmlng incident, lie
was at the railway station in the place
of his residence- upon tho arrival of tho
noon trnin from Boston, and saw de
scend therefrom a half-scoro of chat
tering, laughing and attractive young
women. Gathered on tho platform to
welcome them was another bevy of
maidens, who were at once set upon by
the detachment above mentioned, and
the accustomod scene of osculation, fer
vent embraces, and expressions of
pleasure which is to be noted whenever
two or three women are gHthered sud
denly together was enacted. Tho
congregation of assorted males who
were present looked upon this animated
scene with mingled amusement and
yearning, and the man in qdestion, who
was young1 and WRgrUh, began bur
lesquing the action of the young women
by seizing upon a masculiue.fricnd, em
bracing him with ardor, and atl'ecting
to kiss him with much loud labial
smacking. While thus engagod one of
the liveliest of the girls observed him.
and, stepping up to him. remarked that
if he was hs anxious for a kiss as he
seemed to be he had better let his friend
alone and kiss her. The hilarity of the
person thus challenged immediately
vanished, his iaw fell and his knees
smote together, and he feebly ejacu
lated, in stammering accents: "Thank
vou; but I I'm married!" Tho girl
laughed mischievously and vanished,
and live minutes later the subject of
this sketch was seen stamping around
tho depot aud calling hime',f all sorts
of names because he didn't dare meet
the audacious young woman halfway.
But wheu he reached home ho doubt
less gave his wife an edifying account
aud one quite different from the above
of how bi lirmness had brought to
discomfiture a bold anddt-'igning female.
A Fellow Peeling en the Part of a
A gentleman was arraigned before an
Arkansas justice on a charge of obtain
ing money under false pretenses. He
had entered & More, pretending to be a
customer, but proved to be a thief.
"Your name is Jim Lickmore," said
"Aud you are charged with a crime
that merits a long term in the peniten
tiarv?" "Yes, sir."
"And you are guilty of tho crime?"
'And you ask for no mercy?"
"You have had a groat deal of trouble
within the last two ears?"
"Yes, sir. 1 have.''
"You have often wished that you
"I have, please your honor."
"You wanted to" steal money enough
to take you away from Arkausaw?"
"You'aro light, jndgo."
"If a man had stepped up and shot
you jii't as you entered the store, you
would have'said, "Thank you, sir?""
"Yes, sir, 1 would. But, judge, how
did vou find out so much about me?"
"Some time ago," said the Judge with
a solemn air, "I was divorced from my
wife. Miurtly afterward you married
her. The result ie conclusive I dis-cliriig--
you. Here, take this fifty
dollar hill. Yon have stifle red enough."
Little. Hod- (i.izdte.
Why Bridal Couples Visit Independent
Mrs. Wilson, tlm superintendent of
the luu-euin in Independence Hall, snys
that her most numerous and inten-iing
visitors are the bridal parties, ami that
every day sho has nn opportunity (jf
witnessing the curious phases of char
acter and sentiment developed by newly
Yisterday a pair of lovers csmu in
and began to look at the- pictun's and
examine the hundred and one curious
things in the cae. They were evi
donily from tho country, the wife being
a pretty little bride, with blond" hair
and sky-blue eyes. After upending an
hour iti the museum and completing the
circuit ol the room, hand in hand they
btood looking pensively out of th back
"George," she said softly, "do you
know why bridal couple- conw here so
George didn't know at all, and with a
pretty little blush she leaned over on
his shoulder and whispered. Beciui'-o
it is the Cradle of Liberty!"
'Hush," said George, "they heard
you. "Let's go." And they "went.
The Force of an Ice Pack.
Tli account L'iven in a report recent
ly received in Washington from' Lieu
tenant Bay, commanding the signal
service station at Point Burrow, Alaska,
of the Io.-h of the ito itm-r North Star on
tho th of July last, illustrates the terri
ble power of the ice pack in the arctic
seas, and the middenm: with which it
sometimes closes upon a ship with
irresistible force. The North Star had
approached the station within about
three niih-s, and then theiceclosod upon
her and bhu could cvl no further. She
lay there a whole day, apparently in no
Hjii-cial danger, although she could not
move. i'Suddt?iily," 'days Lieutenant
Bay, "we heard a great shout raised by
tho crew, and we could also hoar her
timbers breaking. In twenty minutes
she was out of wight." Lieutenant Kay
at once went off to the assistance of the
sunken vessel's crew, forty-aeven in
number, who had got out upon the lco,
and all vuiro saved. But for tho fact
that the accident happened so closo to
thoie, and within sight mid hearing of
the signal service station, the loss f tho
North Star might have furnished an
other terrible slory of arclie disaster.
Gentlemen who are growing (rray
will he glad to learn from a fashion
paper that "tho custom of intoning
while hairs In dark fur hus bein abandoned."
Comparative Poisonous Effects of Different
Some interesting results relating to
(litVereiit metals have been noted by M. v
Uichet. Ho linds that copper is 600
times more toxlo than strontium, not
withstanding that its ntomjo weight is
less; lithium, the atomic weight of
which Is but a twentieth of that of ba
rium, is yet three times more poisonous.
Even iu "the case of the same chemical
family of metals, no relation is found
to exist between atomic weight and
toxieitv. Thus cadmium, with an
atomic" weight of 11-', is just half as
poisonous i8 zinc, tho atomic- weight
of which is 65. Lithium, with an atomic
weight of 7, is seventy times more poi
sonous than sodium. It would appear,
therefore, that there is no relation be
tween the chemical function of a body
and its toxic power. Potassium and
sodium, the properties of which are so
bimiliir, differ widely in their poisonous
fleets, one gram of tho former being
nearly 150 times more poisonous than
ouo gram of the latter.
On tba Subject of Matrimony.
Translated fjnui tho Omnibus: Ser
vant "My Lord, if it pleases you to al
low, then might I already very humbly
for mv disharg't ask."
My'Lord---IIow? What? He will
out of my service? What is to him then
there ngain in the head got?"
Servant "But s-e it, your Grace,
there is the Mariandel, thai would will,
ii'giy mo have."
My Lord "Nonsense! Mariandol!
marry! Stupid is he; stupid is he form
eriv been, but now U hu completely to
.S.-rvm' "II -Id on, your Graco; but
here iiii;;:it 1 uiready very humbly re
niaik, that my Lord hau already the
third wif--, and' is my Lord remained,
thei.-fmv nny I :i! ready perhaps not
exact iv itn the lir.-t tunc an ass bo
con it.-." Lou iri h; (..''. .r-J'iruii I,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tlironl. M-lllnira. iinlii. Ilrulera,
lliirii. SeiiliU. t rotl Itilra,
AMI ill. Ollllll ll'lllllt lllV-1 I Ml Ulir.H.
SoA br iruftu- " i !.!.-. r l.t-tts. I itty Ctttl a Im'U
lU'attl-.lii lu II l.anj-l.fti..
TiiKt imti r a. v(.M.rit c.
Ouii-.iiiI" .l j.,l..i.l.l-v i lUliJaun, aL, l.M.
EXILE LIFE "IN SIBERIA.
By J. W. BUEL.
Th;i sslendld ricw book pr-en' a thrilling
pnnorsma of l.l'e In Knaaih and Siberia It fur
iilsn-ithe olIv f-H an" rcllab e iiialorvof that
mv.'p.-l-ii s nnd wm detlul o g-o Ir.at'ou known as
N'hiilr-ii lti!in.-e lb-; loiwrotc-n hlt ry of the
Tt..ai-n Empire. It tuiia of niiatnrlnos aden-uire-
wl b mvsf-rl"iia pmulo. U Ocifibea itt-s-j.
r .ie ha o-to b .nd cointmta wl'tl pi.O'ls and
i.iiive. In cl s'-il pi'-ins Im; ueen t e tiollc) and
i!itli-t. It puli t LXIi.i-. I JFK IN H.HEHIA
In vivid and atiirlio g ccilo'a. Ii n.-'a'es famoua
hunts atid ad'euoiie. wnti wil l nnim-'la uu the
l'roz-n p al-a ol the S''ir b. It for the flr-t tlma
ipd"' s tti ri.'i' b'-rrora "I exit"' ce am 'ng tne
SlMtriuii u.'uv-cta Ii . escrila-a the horrlb e lutrn
nie is of untnre PBiirtiuoe 1 and ttaed b) t'ie. Km
e.nu tiov.- nnieii'. It r lat'-s the Perxmal Eipe
rluin e ol'tbe milb-ir dnr ng hl iraveia It telle a I
that one could wl-U to koow about Hna-la and Si
beria. It's the moat Uirllll u iccord of travel
aud a lve- iur ever writ'w ; n t re'oid stories, bui
tactb wliiii-sied ' y the author In iiera u aud sane,
none.! by ttie Uulted fUatoa Gove-tiinenl SiX)
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Comtili ie (JHnv.iHMii tr u:&'.. Ac quira ana e
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