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BOUND TO HAVE A GOOD DINNER.
"Have you the heart to turn a cold
gho4rgn, ualid poverty in Ohrist
mas Uine, when all the bells are chim.
ingfor jdy ; when little children caper
in ppiness over toys, from which they
will suck the paint and cry with the
stomach ache to-morroW; when every
heart is full of praise and gratitude,
hilarity and sociability, purse-strings
lax, and tables groaning with the fat of
the land; have you got the hardihood,
mum, to offer a poor unfortunate starv
ing pilgrim cold mutton scraps, sour
potatoes and stale bread, when the smell
of turkey covers the whole house with a
sweet odor, and cvery breeze that sails
through the streets goes laden with the
spicery of toothsome cookery ?" .
"That's a precious sight betiter than
you deserve," said the lady of the house,
"and I hain't got nothing more for you.
Eat it up and move on."
"Can you expect that providence will
continue to lavish upon you the bless
ings of comfort and luxury, if you do
not in a time like this of general festivity
and feasting share with the feeble men
dicant that totters to your door, a few
rrumbs and seasonable tid-bits from
tour table of abundance, to remind his
$hriveled palate of the joys of youth and
the vicissitudes of after life ?" said the
blear-eyed vagrant, in plaintive tones.
"You're a lazy, good-for-nothing vag
abond-and ought to be ashamed to eat
bread you didn't earn," said the wonr-'.n,
"That ain't it it " resumed the tr ap.
"I ask you, as a Christian woman, and
the mother of innocent children ,hat
may some day walk in my footsteps, if
you don't think the leg of a turkey, with
an unmistakable suggestin of dressing,
aud mayhap a dish of cranberries to
heighten the scenic effect, with a cup of
coffer for company, and a wirm biscuit
or two for sociability, would be about
the square thing on an occasion like the
"No, I don't, you lazy loafer. You
don't deserve a crust."
"Or say, perhaps a half dozen fried
oysters, the breast of a chicken, a slice
of venison, with a toueh of jelly for
hackground, three or four sweet potatoes,
a p~arsnip, or slice of squash, maybe,
with a few selections from your assort-:
ment of cake throWn in for generosity's
sake. Don't that strike you as coming
a little raore near the embodiment of
genuine charity than this -froth of the
garbage box you have asked me to soil
my stomach with ?"
"Stop your gab, and clear out, or you
shan't have a bite. That's all I have got
for yon. Dinner won't be done for two
hours," said the woman, getting mad.
"I dlon't wish to be importunate, mum,
but I vouldn't for the world have the
enjoymont of this happy (lay marred by
the thoughts of remorse which will be
sure to break in upon you, by and by,
when your overloaded stomach begins to
attract attention) and make you regret
that you did not lessen the temptation
to indulge in table excess by sharing
your bounty with the hunmble and hun
gry waif before you. As for this stuff
you've offered me-though I'm suffering
tortures for want of food-I have too
much self-respect to waste my time on
it to-day. I started out for a Christmas
dinner that wvas worth the name, and I'll
find it if I have to work for it. Good
day, mum, and a Happy New Year to
you--over the left."
Christmas In England.
In England, Christmas is celebrated
so regularly and so joyously, that few
perhaps are aware of the difficulties
once in the way of establishing this glad
festival, or of the various names under
which it has been honored. Towards
the end of the first century, the Christ
ians first found means and courage to
make due observance of the anniversary
of the nativity of their great Master. It
would have been death to them to mourn
when the Roman Empire was rejoicing,
or to wear signs of gladness on a pagan
unlucky day. They chose, therefore,
the period of the Saturnalia, when half
the heathen population was mad with the
excitement of enacting revelry or wit
nessing its enactment. According to
some writers, the Church authorized the
observance of the festival of the Na
tivity on the 25th of December as early
as the middle of the seoond century.
Others assert that it was not till the
fourth century that the season for glad
and grateful observance was thus author
itatively determined; and we believe
that the latter opinion is the correct one.
Christmas is the great holiday of the
year, when even grandpa pas and grand
mamnmas condescend to play the part of
children all over again. They seem to
recover a remarkable elasticity of step;
their smiles are indiscriminately be
stowed on all around them; their hearts
warm with the generous feelings of their
long past prime, and the selfishness of
old age is for the timie subdued. They
encourage the little ones in those noisy
rom other season would
or erve intol
40 they bholdwith
proof the kiss
enice the advent of Christmas, how
is it the young? Who can depict
the full sense of happiness enjoyed b~y
the youthfdil of both sexes at this season
of the yeari It is not only a holiday, in
respect to school, but it -is a holiday
in the midst of holidays-an extra feast
occuring in the midst of a series of festi
vals-the crowning of the brow with
flowers in the midst of a delicious gardenI
of floral sweets.
A 0 ii t~ryn the hand is
ut was-a t- hand at
wren 'ng, cove
ous old amnex i e oeld within him
froze in his old features, nipped his
po468 1i4 aLueleO8 his cieek; J~e
' re. ' lue, and egoke oi
g voice. Hpotdr
ried his low' temperature always about
with him;he ioe hisoffoeindog4ays 1
and didn't thaw it out one degree at
7" U e, old Scrooge sat
bu?Y W i MIieg-house. He coild
hear the people in te court outside go
wheezing up and down, stamping their
feet upon the pavement stones to warm
them. The fog came pouring in at
every chink and keyhole, and whs so
dense without that the houses opposite
were mere phantoms.
"A merry Christmas, uncle I God
save you I" cried a cheerful voice.
"Bah I" said Scrooge. "Humbug !"
"Christmas a humbug, uncle ! You
don't mean that, I am sure ?"
"I do," said Scrooge. "Merry Christ
mas I What right have you to bo
merry? You're poor enough."
"Come, then,' returned the nephew,
"what right have Tou to be dismal?
You're rich enough. "
"What else can I be when I live in
such a world of fools as this ? Out upon
merry Christmas ! If I could wish my
will every idiot who goes about with
'rerry Christmas' on his lips should be
boiled with his own pudding and buried
with a stake of -611y' run through his
heart. Keep Christmas in your own
way and let me keep it mine."
Do you see the fat,
thick man ? Yes, I
can see him with one
eye. Does the fat
man love tur-key ?
"W You bet. Is he an
ed-i-tor, too, Ma-ma?
Nix-ee, my child,
[Des Moines lown State Register.)
lion. M. ii. Yoder's Position.
A representative man's opinion on
other than political matters is often of
great use to his constituency. The 11on.
S. H. Yoder, of Globe Mills, Pa., has
thus recordled his opinion on a subject of
>op~ular interest. I have beeni selling
S t. Jacobs.Oil] for the last year. I have
niever heardl a person speak of it, e xcept
as8 a s plenidid medicine, and a~s the great
specific for rhenmatic aff'ections, whether
inflamnatory, acute or chronic, swellings,
sores, sprains, burnes. wounds, etc. I
sell more of St. Jacobs Oil than of any
other kind of linime.nt, and it gives
universal satisfaction. . I always keep it
on hand. The farmers say that for mnan
and~ beast, they find nothing.to equal it.
DR. GRAhAM, a citizen of--Iouisville,
who is in his 97th year, lately started for
the mountains on his -"last hunt." He
isthe nly living .fort-born native of
Kentuoky. When- -he came into the
world Is parents were, dodging arrows
and tomahawks, and his youth was spent
with a rifle in his .hand. Be says that
he can not die in petice until he shall
once more have eaten venison of his own
kiling and codking.
[Pifttsburg Evening Chronicle.]
Dangers to Iron Workers.
Mess. R. Esterbrook & Sons, City Iron
Founidry, Boston, Mass., speak on this
point as follows: Two or three of our
men were badly burnt in werkng. They
were, however, immediately cured by
using'that valuable remedy St. Jacobs
Oil. All our men are highly pleased
with it, and we shall always recommend
it to those afflictied with pains or rheu
matism. -__ __.___-_
Tau thirty-eighth annual report re
lating to the registry and return of~
births, matrriage nd deaths in the Com
monwealth of' Massachusetts, for the
year which ended Dec. 81, 1879, shows
there were recorded'40 295 births, 13,802
marriages, and 81 801 &eaths--948 births
less than in 187d, 909 mal'riages more,
and 498 deaths more. The excess of
living births over deaths, as recorded,
"OhhowA ILady's Wish.
"Oh ho I o wshmy skin was as
cler ndsoft as yours,'' said a lady to
her friend. "You can easy make it so,"
answered the friend. "H ow?" inquired
the first lady : "By using Hop Bitters,
that makes pure rich blood and bloom
ing health. It did it for me, as8 you ob
seryve." Adad of it.--Cario Bulletin.
SPE~xrdo missions among the freed
men, the Rev. Dr. Allen, of Philadelphia,
in an address omthe subject in the Pres
hyterian yodof Baltimore, said that
the -ah~kslast year spent $400,000 i
that work, while the Presbyterians gave
only about one-eighth of that sum. A
colored minister added that the former
church iA expnding more in that direc
tion than al th e Protestant churches
I'o RETODY for kidney di~ease heretofore dis
covered can be held for 01ne moment in comn
parison with Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
C nre.--.'A. Uarvy, D.D., Washnton. D. C.
Nzw Jersey is still troubled with mo
squitoes. There is a faint suspicion that
th'e residents don't know the difference
between mosquitoes and Christmas tur
keys. - _ _
EvEnt child has a right to Christmas
and all the happiness the ..o.d impies
Wien Christmas edient.*
They sat at the breakfast table.
"My dear," said she, " I'm going to
get you' something very hfndsome for a
His countenance fell so quick it hurt
itself, but he succeeded in sayiqg with a
semblance of pleasure:
"Are you, my love?" while at the same
time he began figuring how much these
two bills-the one for his own "hand
some present" and that for the equally
handsome one expected in return-would
increase the quarterly outlay. Thus
'does the prodigal hand of Santa Claus
make much happiness and allow the
thoughtful helpmeet to get the bulge.
Cause and ]Eect.
The main cause of nervousness is in'
digestion, and that is caused by weak
ness of the stomach. No one can have
sound nerves and good health without
using Hop Bitters to strengthen the
stomach and purify the blood, and keep
the liver and kidneys active, to carry off
all poisonous and waste matter of the
system. See other column.-Advance.
Do you see the poor,
thin man? How sad it is
to be poor, and have no
tux-key to eat. Who is
the man ? He is an ed
i-tor. What is. an ed-i
tor? An ed-i-tor is a man
who robs his own stom-ach
to fill the heads of oth-er peo-ple.
Poor man ! I will send him a big,
fat tur-key for his Christ-mas din-ner.
A PHILADELPHIA servant girl was left
in charge of a little child while its
parents left the city for a journey. Upon
their return the house was closed, and
the nurse and child gone. After a long
search and several days of agonizing
suspense, the heart-broken mother
found thus note pinned to a table-cover :
" Mamie is in the child's ward -of the
almshouse and I havo gone away.
Mrn~rADS of people sacrifice themselves through
carelessness. They are attacked with a Cold,
neglect it and die, instead of taking Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup and living on usefully. Price 25
cents a bottle.
VEG ETINE in Powder Form 1s sold by all drug
gists and general stores. If you can aiot buy it
of them, incloso fifty cents in postage .stamps
for one package, or one dollar for two packag,
and I will send it by return mail. H. R. St.
vens, Boston, Mass. ___
In blood-producing power orthe property of
enriching, strengthening and imparting a
healthy color to pale, thin and watery blood
thus furnishing the system with rich food and
now life, no medicine equals MALT BITTERs.
Tim. V~lolek eto., Niaratmala, Hiena..
Will send their Electro-Voltalo Belua to thae
Stdupon 80 days' trial. Dlee their adver
?t in this paper headed, " On 80 Days
GMT [gOn's Patent 11e41 stiffenmr appliedi to
those new boots beforo you run them over.
"Wnrrx Squaw lHeap Brave " said the Uite
warriors of Miss Jo sep~hine Mieeker, who so
bravoly endured their taunts during her cap
tivity. She is no less a heroine who endures
the pangs of a disordered liver which can be
cured by Portaline,.or Tabler's Vegetable Liver
Powder. Price peor package 50c. or 25o. for
saraple bottle. For sale by all druggists.
Xa1-Amvar fever can be prevented, also etter
wlasmatic disease., byoccasionally using Dr.
*a Iifr' 4i9er Invtgrtor, the lds eneral
afy Medicine, which is recommende as a
cure for all disease. caused by a disordered
SIver. h t~- age book sent free. Address
r, Sanf 8 roadway, Now York. -
is which the utility of ifotefter's Stomach Ritters sh
teote, corrective, and ?ntabulous medicine, Ls not kno*6
and appreciated. While it is a medicine f0r all muenSal
and ail elimates, it is especially suited to the complait'
tenerated by the werAber, being the purest ad l.ies
vogetable stimulant in the world.
-o -ale br mga e e;-gge ant At
U 750s..eI.. T. uo Lei"brs.
"Those bills, those bille,
Those Chripstmas bille."
Two Patriarchal Apple Trees.
In Skowhegan, Me., are two russet
apple trees; the oldest was planted in
1762. The tree is seven feet from the
ground to the branches, five in number,
all of which are very large and average
thirty-five feet in length, covering a
s4pace of ground sixty-three feet in
diameter. In these branches a play
house for children has been buil t for
half a century or more, Anywhere from
the ground to the branches it measures
thirteen and a half feet. The tree is
more than four and a half feet in diame
ter, and it has been a good bearer-from
twenty-five to thirty-five bushels of ap
ples have been picked from it each year.
But the frost and rain have made a seam
in the branches, and recently one of
them has broken, but the other foiur are
green and bring forth their fruit in due
season. The other tree, forty-eight
years younger, is a spront of the old
tree. It stands thirty-two feet from the
old tree, and bears the same kind of
apples, is three feet in diameter, and
perfect in every way.
The Barks, Roots and Herbs
Frona Which Vegetine Is Made
LN POWDE R FO.R M,
50 Cents a Package.
For Kidney Complaint and Nervous
Ma. Stzvaws: IsLUmono, Ms., Dec. 28, 1877.
Dear Sir-I had hadl a cottghi for eighteen years, when I
commetnced takting.theo V'.getine. I was very' low ;my sis
temt was debi litated by diseatse. I had1( tha-' Kidney 'oi
;ildaint, and wras very' tiervousn-coth batd, lit inds sore,
W hen I had taken one0 bottle I foundti it was helIpmng mte;
it has helped my cotgh, antd it strengithens tt". I anm
ntow abtle toi do imy wo rk. Never haiv. found thin v i g l ike
the Vegetine. I know it is ii evrthing, it is ren tniiendoed
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
Serofula, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsla,
II. RI. STXEESS, Boton:
I have been racticing medicino for twenty-five years,
and as a renmedy fr Scrofulan1Iltver Comrnplaint IDys ppni,
Rheumatiamn Weakness, and all diseasnes of Iho b~ood I
htaye,jever ?ountd its equal.. ? haveosold. Vegetin~e ?or
seven cears, and have never hind one bottle returnted. I
wonbi 1neartuly rbcomniiepd it to those I- need of a blood
pur i te r. Da. W. R Of;SDrjliggist,
Seopt. 18,1I878. Wilton, Iowa.
Vegetini Ist Powder Form-Is sold byall..drusg.
gist.. and general'ntores. If aot cant not buy it of theni,
inclose ftfyeents in postage atamtpa for one package,
or one dollar for two packages, atad -I will send it by
V EC.E T INE,
H. R. ST EVENS. Boston._Nse.
Constipation and Pies.
IT HAS WJI
POWE R. Hmi
)lECA1 9E IT ACTS OIN TIIE
IVER,TrIE BOWI:LS .AND KID
NElY8 AT TIlE SAamP TIME.
Because it clonnoosi the systern of
the poisonous h's mors that develop.
in, Kidrney and Urinnry d lseaseeS.
lousness, Jaliclicfe Constipation,
Pilos, or iln I2.houmactsm, Nleuraigla
and Female disorders.
EIDNE.WOn~T is adr7 vegetable corn.
pound anud can bo Can by muil pr-epoai
onto pack ago will muake ai: qts~ of meodilie.
~nu it ait theo DruaggIsts. Price, $l.Oo.
WNELLIJ, 21CE L",McyT & CO.,Pot.og
5 - Eurnjton, yt,
70,000 SOLD Y EAR LY.
The growing popualarity and setulshege
of CABINET or PARtLOR OIIEAA'FN i
shown by thae fhet that .*EVENTrY THOU-.
SAND are sold yetarLy ina the U'nited Ntaies.
The best ae the
MASON & HAMLIN
which have been awarded ureuser DtaY1rorrow iou Dux.
*wrAts ensaoay at uvan oes of the oREAT
WORLD's IndustrIal ExhibItIons for thirteen years, wuk
NEW *TY LES
Ar e fastis season with important fnproyernents
10 I. EG QRURACNEs, sjpendld organs, wljb great
. 8$3and less sreu
$$I1O, and upwards; .4 OREATy VARIETY of
. oReIANs of equal erbellene, thoggh lee.
,eI~ Ia plaIn essee, at H5t to .6 ad apwards.
A lehedsuaOaret* or PAsar. VAYMhsts, gg
* i*.e u d s'a v,.,Eeimda or duesu..,wa nAU 1
Refore Ds~U stan ta e.u btafeS ILL1UrR A.
~J~oAA 13s (82PD. 4to), 4etalning fblldescrlp.
t~a~n~ricehnol fidet tw 5ylee, and raiuchn usefrul
*I~~sstab lo s purchtaser of a r whloe wile be
Genrl Boily Pain,
ALL OTHER PAINS
No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACo0s OIL as a SArr,
-SURit, s5MPi. and CHEAP External Remedy. A trial entails
but the comparatively trilling outlay of W CzNiS. and every
one suffering with pain can have cheap and positive proof of
its claims' DItICT1oN8 IN LEIVEN LANGUAGES.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN ME0101E.
A. VOGELER & CO.
Baltimore, Aid., . . A.
1 8 0'3 9 U I Ew"se.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS, BUCHU, MANDUAKE,
AND Tnx PrnasT AND flRDT MEDICA I.QUALI
TIES OF ALL OTHER BITTERS.
All Diseases of the tomach. Dowels. Blood,
Liver. Kidneys, and Urinary Organs. Ner.
Vounes e e s and especially
$1000 IN COLD.
Will he paid for a case they wvili not enire or
help, or for anything lipa or injuriou~s
found in them.
Ask your druggist for Hop flitterb and try
them before you sleep. TaIke no otlaer.
D 1. C. Is an oehsolut e and irresis~f bl.e pre for
Drunkenness, use (If opiuum,'tdbaeco anid
M SRNFOR CI90CT.4h.
* All above sold iv dra-.t,.U
DO.&IEL Nf EATTY'S
A-fdresg. DANIEC F. bLATTY. W.ail gloni, N. .1
linsa' Dyela he SFEMt
tnd Bl(ST; it acts inostanma
-le Oits~ *y prod ucing1 t he rrrom1
natural sad 5(1s of Bhink. es
Blrowni ;doesi(I 5W1'bA IN thi
anda fvorteson ver-y wel
sppointed toilet fpr Lady oi
sitl and ap lied b'y Hian
re.er. Yljo 05 Wil.
P. N. ChnTER ON, Ag's
EV'E -CL ASE.'
Representing the ohoicest seleoted Tortoise
Bbell and Amnber. ThbN lightest, handsomest
and strongest known. Sold by Opticians anll
Jowelel-s. Made by SPENCER OPTICAI
M'F'O 00.. 13 Maiden Lane._New York.
Dr. C. E- &UOLA E e, the wjUknown epe
rnoed Aural tiurgeon, Author and Wrter on the abo14
Diseass ma; be onmulsd by mal r ereoiaily at hi.
Kina 1l book mo-at free. His larg. and otiabew~r
1 7pages on Deafness, Diseases of t)me E end Ton.
b1 s, and Catarrh, an~d their proper treanent; pirtce $$
NO. .-Neoene will qjuestien Dr. gheemaker's staadinA
ON 30 DAYS' TfiIAL
We wIll send our Electro-Voltate Belts and1 othe
Electrio Applianees upon trial for thirty dava to ita
aglikted with lterou. Deblfttv and deniae q/ a persona
atfur.. Also of the LIver, kidneys, Rhenumatiam, Pa
ralsl, he. A sure seiv l cuarntuII or nopa.
M Voltante Belt t'o,. Maranial1. M 1kI1.'
e7 B,~SI) aday at home eaall m. OsI
wWg ti fr. Address Tans * 0.., uu sta M ainq,
YEAR Qa expenses t(
Agete.Ontt ree. Add,.siI
$O77. V E~ Autnta, Mie
$66 Aw'* a n"u S"a-o *p-ontad ~.Qu"
_E~STEY& C BR.TTLEBQROV.
~Agentswantedeverywhere to set
IIU.(lto famIlies, hotels and liarge con
PU fl sumers ; gs stoek nhe on
Country storekeepers a q a nd tm I th bot
TEA COMPANY. Flton 84. . tY. P.~' O.!1I6
Robdrt urns. III. Iaaatne's Lifle of Mary Qdeen o
olmtb' Vcat eWakeil.I[. Ba, e (n hin
en's Tratels and ursiAdeuej PoNI
(OENT~s Blunyana' Pi ei Pr es. II ustrateg cat,.
logue sent free. A SBOAN bOKE 0 ANGE1 Jo'as
B. Alde., Manager Trbune 3gilding,_New York.
ODa3 3MULg1OGN@ OO 00 Y ' - ANg
Wi rr arth, most pal a IS .,bas.
jabe rowdzedi, extent. An ta, er
y or Debllpi""3 , oo * l Lung' - as
vois Dmb aniver itae Wil n'e
ry enables It toh ssItailte byt moe st delloale staB
eel, insure eomplete digesuten of the Oil, toee np tb
~tarlieve Gugh, asuses imtroae of gls ae
well- noaa sealist i fltfeIsae by d ~
*?tt e b n eda be an ya t b Is a . e m bia
9Gditer OIl, but have been~ d s
u re.6- ae- ..-6f 0
lo .e for A.v Dlee7iarant Y0lutbI.in
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