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A Woodrnan' Dansglter.
A woodnian lived in a forest wild;
He was poor as poor could be
ils only treasure a maiden child.
nonny and bravo was sh,
And sho kept his lioa-h all warm and bright,
A nd welcomed him home with a kiss at night.
Three robbers passed through the lonely wood,
They stoppod at the cottage door.
"My fair little maid, now give us food."
sati( she, "11 have no more
Than a cup of tea and an oaten cake,
And father his supper of that niust make."
Gou iring us qtickly the oaten cake,
And bring us the eup of tea.
We're weary and hungry," the robbers spake,
" 'Twill be little enough for three."
" ntit father," sho said, "' bas toiled all day;
I canmot give his supper away,"
Tile robbers laughed both loud and long
" A pltiky lass!" they said.
" nut give us a kiss, and we'll be gone,
And leavo you the oatei bro:ul."
Nay! IThat," she said, "1I cannot do;
I keep my kisses for father, too I"
" We couIld swoop you up, ny little maid
You( and your oaten cake,
And carry you off !-aro you not afraid ?
where none could overtake."
Her cheek grow whito with a hidden fear:
"I know," she said-" but Ood Is hero !"
The father came, with the set of sun,
Home to his cottage door.
I am hungry an(d tired, miy little one;
What ]iast thou for me tit store ?"
"Stipper is ready I Give thanks !" said she;
We have oaten bread, and a cup of tea."
At O<d 1'elioe.
Ode-1 should think so ! why, lie ear
ries his house on his back, an1d has his
teetm 'i los legs.
That's i tough story, buit-dear me
--it's nothing to wlat you'll have to be
lieve when yol Come to study tle curi
()its creatures that live ill the sea.
As to carrying his house about with
hii, that is nothing new, all erabs and
1urtles do that, but I must athnit he's
tile only fellow I ever heard of wio has
teeth on his legs. If you and I are not
nte(Iunillted with him, it is merely 1)0
camse we haven't been prying into the
donestic manners of the ' fanily
ill theso years, as some scientifle gen
tlemen have. They have known about
him these many years, and lie has even
got into a dictioaiiry. Look in Web
tor's big dictionary, at the word Lim
utluis, and you'll see a picture of him.
Liiulus, you must know, is his grand
iILatin namne, wvhich lie doesni't wear~ at
home in the sea. There he is (called
HIorse-foot Crab, or King Crab.
And there's another droll tinug about
him-lhe's just tile shape of the blottomi
of a horse's foot, with a long, shlar) tail
strlikinlg out at the hiee. He's a funnly
sight when heo is dligging-anid digi-ing
is his special delight, I can tell you.
fTis shell is in two, pieces' ; the frsnt
piceo bends down and shovels upi the
dirt, the back pice bends down the
other way, and the hard, sharp tail
b)races against the- ground, while all his
teet-eight or ten there are-throw out
thle dirt oni both Sides. It doesn't taike
long for him to burrow into the mud out
IBut I haven't told you about those
uiset'id legs, wichel do) thie work (of jaws,
beside their regular business of carry
inig their owner about.
Teeare five pairs of them, beside a
i-hort pair in front, called feelers, or au
telnmir, if you want the book name. Thue
fi rst foiur pairs are furnished with sharp
teeth-lots of them, sometimes as many
WVhen this comical gentlem'ian wants~
to eat, he seizes a soft worm, or somne
other sea delicacy, with his two hind
feot, and holds it up to his mtouthi, which
is conveniiently lacedl amlong all these
useful legs. Thlen thue 150 shiarp little
teeth go to work and rasp the food into
bits, and the mouth talles it up.
How do you )suppos all this was
found out ? A naturalist, who was enri
(ouS to see what the hiorsehoof did with
thle food that lhe alwaiys pulled uinder his
shell, waited till lhe was hard at work'
at his dinner, aind then very coolly turned
himi over on htislback. Mr. Limuhus was
too busy to mind, so lie wvent right on
eating, and the naturalist saw the whole
'But I haven't told you half the won
(derful things ab~out him. When lie is
first hiatched lie is at quarter of an inch
in diameter, has no tail, uand has a shell
just the right size for hun, of course.
When lie gets bigger he outgrows the
shell, as you younfgsters (10 yourI c'lothies,
and lie has got to get out of the 0old suit.
Itsa very (droll sight to see him come
(oit of himself in that way. lie don't
have so much trouble ablouit it as5 lob
sters and sonie other crabs (10-ho just
splitS Open t110 front edge of his shell,
and pulls1 himself out. But you know
he has b~eenl growing some time since
that baby suit fitted himii, andl the fact
is lie hais been very much crowded these
last few days. So, when he gets fairly
out of the shell, ho swells out an inch or
two bigger than he was before, andl in a
short time he baa another shell big
enough for him, beside a little sharp
So he goes on as long as lie lives,
throwing off his old shells and getting
This interesting little fellow is well
suplplied withI eyes, having two large
ones up high on the shell, to see all
about with, anA two more in front.
I must tell you how Mamma Horse
foot makes her nursery. In May or
of eggs under her shell, and when the
tido is in-that is, the water is up high
on the shore-she comes up on the sand
as far as she can without getting out of
the water. She then digs a hole, and
puts the eggs into it-and thai's just all
she does about it, and she never sees one
of the babies.
The next wave covers these eggs up
with sand, the hot sun hatches them
out, and the little ones know everything
belonging to a crab's education, a'nd
can take care of themselves the minute
they come out of the shell. But the
drollest part of the business is tho be
havir of Mr. Limulus. He wants to
see that the eggs are properly laid in
the sand, and he doesn't want the
trouble of walking, so tho lazy fellow
jumps upon Mamma Limulus' shell,
and lets her carry him up, and laek
again in the same way. That's most as
Mzy as our noble red men, who sit and
smoko while their wives work for them.
While I am writing of crabs, I want
to tell you a story about some cousins of
the king-crab family.
It is about the land crabs of St. Do
iningo. The Spanish had the town, and
the English wanted to get it away.
After some fighting, the English, who
were in ships, serk a party ashore in the
night to surprise the soldiers and seizo
As they were forming on the shore,
they heard a great clashing and clatter
ing, and they thought the whole Spanish
arny was after them; so they ran to
their boats and fled.
In the morning it turned out that the
noise was made by the crabs, who come
out of their burrows in the sand at night
to seek their food.
In honor of this exploit, the people
have overy year a great feast, in which
a solid gold crab is carried about the
town in procession. It is called the
0 Feast of the Crabs."-St. Nicholas.
Thomas 0. ThoIpson, Esq., the May
or's Secretary, who, some few days ago,
slilqc(l ol a bannlla peel an(1 spraimt d
his kilee, writes that St. Jacobs Oil "act
ed like a charm."
PnEPARATIONS aro under way for tak
ing a census of the Indians. This has
never been thoroughly donie, but the
whole number in tie Unite'd States and
Trerrlitories in 1871, including G0,000 in
Ahaska, was estimnatedl by the Indianl
Bureau at 350,000. Whether they have
sin1ce incr)eased or dimninishled in nunmberi
is-not entirely certain. It is probable
hat the wild Indians have decre ased
considerably, b~ut tihe more-eivilized
tribes have increased. Tile Chlerokees,
for instance, increased from 11,000 in
1822 to 14,682 in 1871. A complete con
sius of them all-or as complete a (census1
as (can1 be made, for thlere will be0 many
diflicul ties in tile waiy--will furnish mu.chi
. nx ions to lise.
Thiere's pl~enityV ofroo u011p stairs', as
li ) 'il WebIster saidit to thle youdng man11
anixions5 to rise, buit despoindent of his
chlance' to (10 s0 ; buit noi one( nieed inljulre
hiimself either ini elimibinig the stairs of
f: ne 'or t hose of hiis (own1 house or bulsi
ness~ pilacet. Thie folowing is to thle
point : Mr. .Iohn A. I Iutcijnson, Snyt.
I )ownier's Kerosene Oil Works, Boston,
Mass., writes: Mr. Pattont, oine of our
foremlen , inl walking up l stauirs~ last week
sp rainled his leg ladly. I gave h1 im a
biot tie of St. Jacobs Oil to tryw. ie used
it anti ani almost ins~tanitaneo'us enri e was
etrected . ____ ____
BARON MlA!INVs, German Ambassador
to Copenhagen, has made a fool of him
self, with tile aid of a notorious Frenchl
actress. HeJ followed hler around like a
p)o0dle, gave her ai buinch of flowers,
did everything that a first-class spooney
would hlavo done, and, as a result, hais
been1 given by his Government an in
definite leave of absence. Tile world
ridlicules hlim, and thle result wvill be hlis
social and diplomatic death. As for the
woman, sile laughls, for every incident of
that kind adds eclat to her professional
A Lady's Wish.
"Ohi, how 1 do0 wish my skini was as
(clear and1( soft as yours,'' said1 a ladly to
her friend. "Yul ('aln easy ma ike it so,"
anisweredl tile friend. '"How?"' inq uiredi
the first lady. ''1y using 1101 Bitters,
that makes pure rich blood( and( bloom
ing health. It (lid it for mue, as you ob
serve.'' Read of it.-Cario Builletin.
I-r is a curious fact that the locomo
tive which, with its train, went dowvn
withl tile Tay b~ridge, is no0w running
regularly between Glasgow and Edin
hurgh. For thlreo months it laid in the
b~ottom of the Tay, but when it~ was
biroughit up it was found uninjured, ex
cept the funnel, dome, and weather
bloard, which had to be renewed. She
ran on her own wheels to Glasgow just
as she came out of her long bath.
Strange feelings might arise in tile tray
ceor's breast on learning that his train
was drawn by that engine, b~ut there is
a locomotive engineer, it is said, in this
country running regularly upon a rail
way uponl which he was one time the
cause of a most ter'rible dlisaste'r.
I 1 Ave:11 n ore donht of theo benCfe(ial effects
(of \\ rner's Safe Kidneyc andI Liver ('uire thtan I
hauve t hat th Gen(ew'i(,to Ive mii'ttie a' into Lake
A LOSS oAPETITEr.
A gentleman called professionally on
a prominent physician and compllained
of a total loss of appetite. "I'll just
give you a little tonic to take before dinl
ncr," saidl the doctor. "I'm all right
just before dinner. It's after dinner
LEARNING TO COOK.
A judicious mother will so manage
her daughters that even at the early age
of 13 they can, in an emergency, pre
pare " a meal of victuals." A thorough
domestic training is very useful to a
girl. At school, she always has a teach
er or a fellow-pupil at hand to help her
over hard places, but if she is set to
make a batch of bread herself, and at
tends to it from the time the sponge is
set till the loaves are taken, sweet, fra
grant, golden-browii, from the oven, she
learns meantime chemistry, caloric, per
severance, delicate manipulation, self
reliance, neatness, and acquires skill
and the habit of carrying her work in
her mind, as one act of neglect or for
getfulness at any point of the process
may spoil the whole. Because some un
wise mothers do not see in the stated
and skillful performance by their daugh
ters of household services a certain and
valuable culture which cannot be ac
quired at school, they are willing to do
themselves what in justice and kindness
to their danghters they should require
of them. Girls, left to their own de
vices, waste a great deal of time which
might be utilized to their advantage.
A girl who can climb trees, who can
dance hours without fatigue, or jump
rope (a very dangerous pastime, by the
way), who can take long walks, who can
skate and row-can also sweep, and
scrub, and make bread, and wash, and
iron, if she is encouraged to do so.
These are the accomplishments sho
must lpossess in order to make a happy
home, though she may have half a dozen
servants at her call. Those who have
sufficient ouriosity to investigate this
sul)ject will find that many of the most
famous women in literature and art were
as skillful in those accomplishments con
sidered specially as they were with the
pen or pencil or chisel. in training
girls to be useful, and ready to racet any
emergency, mothers confer upon them
an inestimale blessing.
ause. and I fleet
Tlie maiin caise of nervousness is in
digestion, and tlhit is enused by weak
ness Of the stonacli. INo one can have
s01111 lnerves and good health without
u'sing 11o) Bitters to st rengtlien the
stoiach and pitrify lie blood, a1d keep
t ie liver and kid n)e s at ivye, to carry oil
all Ipoisonouis anid ute( *matter of the
systemn. See ot her c'ohunni t.-Adlvance.
IPiles or liemtorrhoils is~ a commton af
flict ion, but genuine remted ies ldon' t grow
(on hushes. We kntow of but onte perma
teunt cure fort it, anid that is Talem ' lineck
eye il ie ( iinttm enit, a1 p repaIraItiotin made by
Dr. I Tabhle r, fr om thle co nun on Ilitnekev~e.
Price 50)c. For sale by all druggists.
THKE 111GHJEST MOUNTAIN ON .TIlE
N ob ody's reputation and honor are
safe in this cvnical age. For the last ten
years Moanit Everest, in Nepaul, has
been considered the highest mountain
in the world, reaching the respectable
height of 29,002 feet. Dhawalagirl and
Kuchiinjinga, in the same range, with
about 28,000 feet each, shared this lion
or between them until Maj. Everest, of
the Bengal Engineers, discovered their
big birothier. Before they were mecas
uired Humboldt thought some points in
the Sout'h American Andes reached the
highest altitude on our globe. And
nowv comes Capt. J. A. Lawson, who
has discovered in the little-known island
of New Guinea a pleak that beats them
all, which lie has appropriately calledl
Mount Hercules, and fixedl its elevation
at 32,786 feet above the level of the sea.
--New York Herald.
Mu. J. D. WAnn, of Pittsburgh, and
Secretary of the Western Iron Associa
at ion, who has been making an examina
tion of the iron-ore hed in the neighbor
1hood of Lynchburg, Va., for some weeks,
rep~orts that the ore in that iagion is the
richest he has ever seen, not even ex
cep)ting the Ore of the Iron mountain
and Lake Superior regions. He predlicts
a speedy revival of the iron industry in
the vicinity of Lynehburg. Already
two rolling-mills that have b~een idle0 for
years have been started up at that place.
Others will soon be built anid operated.
THlE greatest allXiety is e~xpericeid lest thero
should1( be ai flaiw ini the title to pr)oert y ; yet a
flaw ini thle t itle of hiealthi- -a ( ough or Cold-is
dlisregarded. D r. ihull's Cough Syrup removes
alil such at otice.
VEGE TINE in POwder Form is sold by all drug
gis and genieral stores. If you cani not buv it
of thein, lumeloso liftyv cents ini poostago stam~ps
for ono package, or onei (dollar for two piackages,
and I will lsendo it hy return mail. HI. R. Ste
ves Boston. Mass.
LAnY's FRIEND-ThC only reliable remedy for
distressinig female complaints. Sent by post for
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A PALPABLE TRUtkU.
Says a sen~ble woman, discussing the
dress question: "If many of our work.
ing gi'rls but know what guys they make
of themselves through buying and wear
ing cheap imitations of fashionable ap
parel and jewelry, thay wouldn't do it.
Because a wealthy lady can afford a
change every few weeks, the poor girl
who tries to emulate her becomes a dow
dy. The result is limpsy dresses, dresses
which hang like dish rags, washed out
and tarnished jewelry, shoes speedily out
of shape, and a general air of faded-out
dishevelment from the head downward.".
A WONDERFUL SALVE.
A doctor in ScotUdnd made a nerve
and bone all-healing salve, and thought
lie would experiment a little with it.
He at first cit off his dog's tail, and ap
plied some cf the salve to the stump. A
new tail grew out immediately. He
then applied some to the tail which he
cut off, and a new dog grew out. He
did not know which dog was which.
A BOwLDER was recently found on
Mount Washington, showing that the
mountain was completely submerged
during the glacial period, contrary to the
opinion hitherto entertained. The
bowlder corresponds to the character of
the rock on Cherry mountain, ten miles
northwest, and 3,000 feet below the sum
mit of Mount Washington. It was
taken down the mountain, and goes to
the Natural History rooms in Boston.
- SAs FRANCISCO is a little nervous over
the eflorts Chicago and other cities are
making to influence the Mexican trade,
and she is making an unusual effort in
that direction herself.
The Barks, Roots and Herbs
From Which Vegetine is Made
IN POWDER FORM,
50 Cents a Package
For Kidney Complaint and Nervous
Ma. STEYRNS: IstLInoRo, Mx., Dec. 28, 1877.
Dlear Sir-I had had a cough foir elghteen Years, whan I
comniiiiced taikinig the Vegtine. I was very'low ;my sys
Vilnt nIali very' nervo'i-coug.h badl, lunige' so-e
VhIIien I ad .i (!.en o hot tlet I founzd it wvas helpinig mo;
It. hasu lho 1ed my conig'. and it s9trenglthens ini'. I am
now abi - to do my work. Ne'ver have ound11( i ant hing like
the Veg~etine. I know It is everythiing it i- r uee lmended
to be. 1I~i. A. J. PENDLE'ioN.
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
Scrofuh, Liver Complai'nt, Dyspepsia,
HT. R. S-rEEs, flioston:
I huave been practicing medicine for twenty-five years,
and~ as. aI remedyl fir Scriotl a, Liver Complaintl, IDyspes
Rhieinniatismi, Weak neuss, andI all di iensesi of the bl ood i
have~inever loundi~ its elpiial. I have V'SOhl V'egetinme ocr
seven ye'ars, and' have niever had one1 bottleI retumrne'd. I
willd hlI ear tily recommnend it to) thiose in ned of a blood
pulridocr. Da. WV. Ross, rug~gint,
5etL. 18, 1878. Wilton, Iowa.
.Vegetine isa Powder Fornm Is sold by all drug
giitsi and ;general stories.. If youn ~ tnot buy it of t hem,
fnelose il'ly cenats in poslitgestamlps for one piackage,
or one0 dollar Ior two packages, and I will send it by
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