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JACKY'S SOCK AND JENNIES
BY HELEN STANNARD.
'Twu Christmas eve and from a chair
Near which sat mamma softly rocking;
Suspended bung, ill-mated pair.
Dear Jacky's sock aud Jennie's stocking'.
The wee sma' sock, home-made and gray.
Was salted to the sturdy boot,
Which kept tbe winter's storms at bay.
And safely housed the dimpled foot.
The lassie's stocking, line and new.
Came o'er the waves from sunny France
Around the stripes of varied hoe
A prisoned rainbow seemed to dance.
The mother gazes at the twaln.t
As she stilFslta there softly rocking
A mist of tears, like summer rain.
Hides Jacky'e sock and Jennie's stocking.
"Oh, Father dearl" she softly prays,
"My darling children's feet e're guide.
Oh! lead them through the pleasant way.
And keeep them ever near Thy side. "
Another prayer, as ferrem quite.
Was wafted from tbe little bed.
Where, side by side, that self-same night.
With folded hands and upraised head.
The children asked their Dearest Friend,
(While 'neath their room mamma was rock
ing,) "Dear Jesus 1 please Krles Kriugle send.
To fill up both our sock and stocking.'
Aa If In answer to their prayer,
Mamma has ceased her steady rocking.
And lo I what curious changes are
In Jacky's sock and Jennie's stocking.
From top to toe they're both swelled out
With queer-shaped bunches, odd and funny.
They surely cannot hold the gout
It must be bou-bons sweet aa honey.
The tiny sock, so short and small,
la queerly pieced out from the toe.
Below which swings a rubber ball.
And top that's warranted to go.
Above the leg a whip sticks ont
A woolly aog too KB caimiy uown.
what it's all about.
er he should bark or frown.
From out the stocking's top see! peep
That Joyous beaming little face
A lovely doll I whose ringlets sweep
Far downward, with unconscious grace.
She's fenced around with little toys.
That glance orAlwJre asx), there
Qay tokens of the Christmas Joys
which good old Santa Claua doth bear.
The mother sits again to think
Once more the chair is gently rocking
The dog and dolly seem to wink
socle hud Jenate's stocking.
A NIGHT WITH SANTA CLAUS.
Not Terr lone afro, and not very far
from heie, lived a little boy named Robby
Morgan. Now I most tell at once how
Robby looked, else how will you know
him if vou meet him in the street ? And
I assure you that the boy to wbom such a
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wonuenui iulue usu)jiuicvi,ib uvot nmn
intr. Blue-eved was Rob, and fair-haired
and pujr-nosed, just the I sweetest trifle.
his mamma said : but that small nose had
a storv of its own to tell : "I know I'm
only a mite of a nose on a mite of a boy.
but I won t be snubbed by any ot you
lone- sham fellows." If ever nose meant
to do its whole duty through thick and
thin, that little turn-up of Rob's did
There vou have my hero s tace, and as
faces axe but pictures of hearts, until peo
ple grow up and teach their eyes and lips
to tell wrong stories, you may know
about what kind of a boy Rob was. There
was a world of mischief and pluck, of
(roodness and naughtiness, jumbled toeeth
er in that little heart : but after all there
was more tote than anything else, love for
mamma and papa. Uncle Weorge ana
Santa Claus ! Ah t now we have come to
the story indeed 1 Yon know you often
nibble away at the crust of a piece of cake,
thinking "It isn't so very good after all,
until all at once you bite into a raisin ; so
we have nibbled off the crust of my story,
and here we are among the raisins ! Santa
Claus, childhood's blessed saint, to begin
Well, the day before Christmas, Rob
thought it would be fine thing to run
down Mnin Street and see what was going
on ; so after dinner mamma put on his fur
cap and bright scarf, and filled his pockets
with crackers and cookies, telling him to
be very polite to Santa Claus if he should
happen to meet him.
Off he trotted, merry as a cricket, now
skip, now a slide, longing to turn a somer
set in the snow, yet fearing that the Re
cording Angel, who keeps a sharp lookout
on little boys at Christmas time, might pop
out from a tree-bbx and convict him on
the spot. At every corner he held his
breath, half expecting to run into Santa
himself: but nothing of the sort happened,
and he soon found" himself before the gay
windows ot a toy snop,
There he saw a spring hobby-horse, as
large as a Shetland pony, all saddled and
bridled, too lacking nothing, in fact, but
a rider. Rob-pressed his nose against the
glass, and tried to imagine the feelings of
a boy in that saddle, lie might have stood
there all day trying to conceive that bliss,
had not a ragged Tittle fellow pulled his
coat, piping out, " Wouldn't you jist like
that pop-gun, mebbe !"
" Catch me looking at pop-guns," said
Rob, shortly, feeling that their very men
tion was an insult to the hobby-horse ; but
when he saw how tattered the boy's jacket
was, he said more softly, " P'raps you'd
like a cooky."
" Try me wunst," said the shrill little
There was a queer lump in Rob's throat
as he emptied one pocket of its cakes and
thrust them into the dirty, eager hands.
Then he marched down the street without
so much as glancing at that glorious steed
Brighter and brighter grew the windows,
more and more full of toys, till at last our
boy stood, with open eyes and month, be
fore a great store lighted from top to bot
tom, for it was growing dark. Rob came
near taking off his cap and saying, " How
do you do, sir f
To whom ? yon ask ; why, to an image
of Santa Claua, the sire of life, holding
Christmas-tree filled with wonderful fruit.
It would have puzzled a painter to find
colors as bright as "Rob's eves and cheeks
were then. Soon s happy thought struck
him: "Surely this' must be Santa Clans'
own store, where he comes to fill his has
ket with, toys ! What; if I were to hide
there and wait for 'Vjt& t" As I said,
was a brave little chap, so he walked
straight into the store with the stream
big people. Bverybody was busy ; mam
mas were looking at playthings, papas
were pulling out tlieir purses, clerks were
tvinz ud parcels, and errand-boys were
scampering to and fro ae-if they had lost
their wits, and were bent on finding them.
No one had time to look at our mite of
Rob. He tried in vain to find a quiet cor
ner, till he caught sight of some winding
stairs that led uo 'to the next story.
crept up, scarcely daring to breathe till
reached the top.
What a fairy-land ! Toys everywhere
Oceans of toys ! Nothing but toys ! ex
cepting one happy little boy! I his was
the wholesale department.
Rob came nearer losing his wits than
ever in his life before ; and indeed I think
such a playroom excuse enough. Think
ef fifty great rocking-horses in a pile ;
whole flocks of woolly sheep and curly
dogs, with the real bark in them ; stacks
of drums ; regiments of soldiers armed
the teeth ; companies of firemen drawing
their hose-carts ; no end of wheelbarrows
and velocipedes !
Rob screwed his knuckles into his eyes,
as a gentle hint that they had not better
play him any tricks, and then stared with
might and main.
The room was lighted just brightly
enough to show-its treasures, yet the
corners were so dim aa to give quite a mys
terious air to th b ' --lumpers and great
. them belonging
dolls, lying so stiff and still in rows upon
the shelves. Hut w hat were those things
across the room staring at him so fixedly ?
Nothing but masks, of course ;
be had played with one many
time at home. but that
was quite different from facing such a host
of those grinning, frowning faces. Their
grimaces smu scowls were meant tor mm,
that was clear ! All the big noses seemed
to be snuffing at him with great relish, as
S'ants always do before putting little boys
i to roast, thought Rob. The jaws of a
Muk 1- ! . , 1 , a i a j
oio;. mar tsijeciaity nau just upejueu au
gobble him up. Altogether he was grow
ing very uncomfortable when he thought
he heard a footstep on the stairs, and tear
ing to be caught he hid behind a baby
wagon. No one came, however, and as he
felt rather hungry, he took out the remain
ing c ikes and had a fine supper.
Why didn t Santa Claus comer
Rob was really getting sleepy. The bus
tle below was only a faint murmur above.
and so soothing that he stretched out his
tired legs, and, turning one of the woolly
sheep on its side, pillowed his curly head
upon it. It was so nice to lie there, look
ing at the ceiling hung with toys, theiaint
hum of voices in his ears, and sleepily
thinking that, if he cared to, he might
jump up and mount the finest horse or beat
the biggest drum in that great room. The
blue eyes grew more and more heavy, the
place took on a misty look, the sounds be
came fainter. Rob was fast asleep.
The evening wore on ; papas and mam
mas were on their way home loaded with
mysterious parcels. The clerks and errand
boys, too, seized their caps and left the
store in high glee only one man stayed to
guard it. He went up stairs to turn down
the lights, but in his hurry did not notice
the little boy so snugly stowed away be
hind the carts.
Midnight! The bells rang loud and
clear, as if they had great news to tell the
world What noise is that besides the
bells ! And look, O look ! who is that
striding up the room with a great basket
on his back ? He has stolen his coat from
a polar bear, and his cap, too, I declare !
His boots are of red leather and reach to
his knees. His coat and cap are trimmed
with wreaths of holly, bright with scarlet
Good sir, let us see your face, why! it
is the best part of him, so round and so
ruddy, such twinkling eyes and such
merry look about those dimples ! But see
his long white beard, can he be old?
O, very, very old ! eighteen hundred and
seventy years ! Is not that a long Hfe, lit
tle ones ? But he has a young heart, this;
dear old man, and a Kind one. uan you
guess his name Hurrah lor bantatjlaus !
Right ! the very one.
He put his basket down near Robby, and
with his back turned to him shook the
snow from his fur coat. Some of the flakes
fell on Rob, s face and roused him from his
sleep. Opening his eyes, he saw the white
figure, but did not stir or cry out. He knew
him in a twinkling, though to his sleepy
eyes he looked more like a nice plump
angel than anything else. Very quiet he
lay, not daring to speak a word lest the
vision should vanish. But, bless his big
heart! he had no idea of vanishing till his
night's work was done. He took a large
book irom his pocket, opened to the nrst
page, and looked at it very closely.
" Tommy Turner," was written at the
top, and lust below was a little
map, yes, there was Tommy's heart map
ped out like a country. Part of the land
was marked good, part of it bad ; some of
the people were called civilized and some
savage Mere and th. re were little
to point out places where battles had been
fought during the yeajy like the flags in
the atlas, you know. Some of them were
Alack, and some white: wherever a good
feeling had won tne fight there was a
white one. Love and Hate had a dreadful
tussel in Tommy's heart one day, but Love
won the field, and Santa Claus m triumph
reared a white, flag on the very spot. In
another place a black one showed w-rere
selfishness and generosity fought over an
orange, but self that wicked old general
who kills and enslaves so many good im
pulses carried off the orange. He had
to pay roundly for it now, howevf r, fofc
Santa Claus shook his head grimly when
his' eye fell on it, then he seemed to be
"Tommy Turner," said he aloud, "six
white flags, three black ; that leaves only
three prebents for Tommy ; but we must
see what can be done for him."
So he bustled about among the toys, and
soon had a ball, a horse, and a Noah's ark
tied up in a parcel, which he tossed into
Name after name was read off, some of
em belonging to his little playmates.
I aud you may be sure Rob listened with his
heart in his mouth
"Robby Morgan I" said Santa Claus.
In his excitement that email boy nearhr-
upset the cart, but Santa was so busy with
his map that he ma not notice it.
"One, two, three, four, fise, bia, seven
Rob's breath came very short "whites
He almost clapped ms bands.
" One, two, three, masks ! Now I won
der what that little chip would like
here's a drum, a box 01 tools, a knife, and
a menagerie. If ho hadn't run away from
school that day and then told a lie abode
it, I'd give him a rocking-horse."
nob groaned in anguish ot spirit.
" But bless him ! he's a fine little fellow.
and perhaps he will do better next year
if I give him tbe horse."
That was too much tor our boy. With
a "hurrah: be jumped up and turned
somerset right at rianta Claus' s feet.
" stars and stripes! cried be; "wnats
" Come along, I'll show you the one,"
was the only answer Rob gave, tugging
tbe lur coat with all bis might.
Santa Claus suffered himself to be led
off to the pile of horses. You may be
lieve that Rob's sharp eyes soon picked
out the one with the longest tail and
" Well, he beats all the boys ever I saw,
back to the year one! What shall I
with the little spy?" soliloquized Santa
" O dear (Santa Claus f cried Robby,
hugging the red boots, " do just take me
'long with you ; I'll stick tight when you
slide down the chimbley."
" Yes, I guess you will stick tight
the chimney, little man."
" I mean to your back," half sobbed
Santa Claus can't bear to see little folks
in trouble, so he took the boy in his
arms, aud asked him where he wanted
" To Tommy Turner a, and O you
know that boy in the awful old jacket
that likes pop guns," was the breathless
Of course he knew him, for he knows
every boy and girl in Christendom ; so
pop-gun was added to the medley of toy
Santa Claus then strapped Rob and
the basket upon his back, and crept
through an open window to a ladder
had placed there, down which he ran
nimbly as a squirrel.
The reindeers before the sledge were
a hurry to be off, and tinkled their silver
bells right merrily. An instant more, and
they were snugly tucked up in the white
robes an instant more, and they were
flying like the wind 6vcr the snow.
Ah! Tommy's homo. Santa Claus
sprang out, placed the light ladder against
the house, and before Rob could wink
good fair wink they were on the roof
making for the chimney. Whether
swallowea nun, or he swanowea u,
still a puzzle' to Robby. He only
time to wonder, on the way !ati.
vountr avalanches felt so, takinir their
1 Tommy lay sleeping in his little
and dreaming, doubtless, of a merry
Christmas, for his rosy mouth was
puckered into something between a
whistle and a smile. Rob longed to give
him a friendly punch, but Santa Claus
shook his head ; so they filled bis stocking
and hurried away, for empty little stock
ings the world over were waituur for that
generous hand ' '
On tney sped again, never stopping un
til they came to a wretched little hovel
with only a black pipe instead of a chini-
...... atinbin V. 1. .1 f I .. '
m j ouvauig AAAAUUglA U1C 1 UU1.
rtob thought, XSow 1 guess he U nate
to give it up ," but no, he softly pflBbed the
door open and stepped in. On a ragged
cot lay the urchin to whom Robby had
given the. cookies. One of tkem, half
eaten, was still clutched in his band.
Santa Claus gently opened the other little
fist and put tne pop gun in it. .,i r
oive him my drum wjjispesea two.
and Santa Claus without one word placed
it oofl r t.br. mmnlpH honrl
How swittly they Hew ufrder tne ongnt
stars! How sweetly rang the bells ! bossI.
When Santa Clans reined 'up 'a Robby s
door he found his little comrade fast
asleep ; so he laid him tenderly .is his crib,
and drew off a stocking which he filled
with the smaller toys ; the rocking-horse he
placed close to the crib, that Rob might
mount him betimes on, Ciiristnjas morn-
Irian and he wad conn
P. 8. Rob's mamma .says' it waS 'H
dream, but he declares. inWimstiv. that
"it's true, as Fourth o' July!' and prefer
Our Young Felks.
Trials of a Witness.
Mr. Punchinello : As all people seem
to come to you with their troubleWMM
grievances, I hope-you' will not refuse to
listen to my woes. And whether they are
woes or not 1 leave you to judge lor your
self, i ,ti fjit-t.jii
At tbe begin ningof the weak I matia i:
nrst appearance in any court-room in the
character of a witness in the case of Vai
entine against Orson, in which the point
in dispute was the ownership of a tract or
land in Wyoming Territory. I knew sorne-4
n J .
thing in regard to the sale of these lands,
and was tully prepared to teatiry to the ex
tent of my knowledge" in thopreiiirjwu ; hat
judge of my after surprise and horror on
being obliged to go through such an ordeal
as the following extracts from tny axami
nation will indicate: tin uuM ymvLm
The counsel for the plaintiff comrnenced
by asking me if I was a married man, and
when I had answerefl'that I avus, he said:
" Is your wife a beJicreer in . aha princi
pies ot the woman s uigut s party
l couia not, ior tne me oi
Ms wife's nresence) I
to dAco-a th&jrn
A. Somotsmes with, and somenrrics rrtnr1
oi. : if -
Q. Iso evasion ; you must t.p.11Tg tourt
I can. ,1'Vll
' O. JIow be careful in you
Wliaixlo you wear in the spring and fall?
A - T T wpr mr vTnmrtn nlr.tli,.a
this had to do withJlxaalJM i.
but I answered that I was happy to sayshtT
WThT!Ti'amination tlrenJroeetaated aa fol4
lows: ' e,i,j
Q. Yon are happy, thea, in, your matn-
monial relations? A. i es (anxi rtejixi
berintr the oath. reasonablv Bf.
Q. Is your wife pretty?
remembering at once his oath and his
ir 4i. ouc u uriij.
Q. What are her defecU? A. (Witness
t . .1.
ajac uc.ti Utwi uic lUUaMJm lUWS-X
O. Do vou war SmMSm
" -Q. Can you testify -upon your path that
you do not wear nartnel Tn sklbiBeTT 1 At
exactly wnen you wear
vou do not.
A series of questions on this subject
brought 08t the fact that I wore flanatel
when the weather was cold or coolUd
did no( wear it when it was mild, or
warm. 0 Q
Q. Have you a lightning rod on your
houset-LA. I have. ijrfiM ta
Q. a.9x much did it cost you ta have it
it up? '-A. It has not cost me anything
Jt.ienaant, ana myseit.
e for it..
- ew wn.
Q.TTthat all rtrarVM
rve ot her debts.
Q. Havo you any mon
. I have. ,
have othet debts. - r a
ejwttu jug tie
Q. How much ?. A. T
of portmOpnaie.) Sixty-two cents.
t. wijereoia you get that' A.
embarrassment.) I bowWed it. r
Q. Wei you present when
first offered his land for sale to pi
a -r-a " 5P . . ti
jx. vungntening up.j 'was. .
Q. Have you ever been vaccinated ? A.
IQ. On which arm A. The IeA- if-
i Qa At the time of theJfirst mention
tuisland to plaintiff, who wore present
A. (Witness speaking with hopeful vivac
ity, as if they were now coming to the
merits ot the case .-)
Q. Do you use the M Pgrxiiiniaii mf
Q. What kind of a coffee-pot do yotV
e A common un one.
I I Y rtn r vmimrin awpflr it wru TirrraJLU
Q. Has your I wife atiy aBteast 61ml
laeae. tr.n A nnn nxtr) Ta-na
xxno mi.', n hia .Jawi Afii. i
n a rp tnnV Ttwrrir5,i a PimLunim
7k' a Xir c .1 . " ....
w.- Jatxaxs mtuci ui tiicui us uicuj Hjruui
Q. HavetlAey haAtJtaleay.661;
. TT . V. - A 1H' V.
w. xtos nil uanci icibuu asi j uu auupo
naa tne measles t a a n
and my wife has' had them
a.1 - a o 1 -
tu5m A.-a- ". JJ v--l
W. lUt'U VOU U1U UUl SCt 11 Ci !JTtj tjLiC7IlA
ANo.sir. V i aW -
Q.- We want no hearsay evidcE
t . . - a-y-
Q. How do youknow your has had
aaaa. aa -1
how can you swear "that-Ae HWad;hem.
arriw-n mm riiil Tifit. ope ViPr hnvp thpTn aA
' r .
She tola me so, ana 1 Deirevea ner.
Q. Did sjjft.tol.fi at T4gv8htx
themr A., jn o. sir. . .
l-l Tl... air vnu ar. trifllna. .it fal.n
.i-iiirf Fin A-rn umlprvtnnrf the nhlirratinnQ
..f ..n mth A T Hn
r . -
Q. Beware, then, that you are not cow-
mitted for perjury. Is your eas-mater eer
r a a t .ri. . .... .... .
1 1 , '...ill .n . a baa. ...' . - - -. rm
Q. What do you uae when f-MfiKWKKt
i -o c. iot aistf
How many to the pouruli' A. jTjUm
T T . 1 1- . 1 !
1 111 Ml UW VUU Aa.AlA.Aw lUUti HIC XAlXlC
the pound? - A. They axe sold as nine,
this witness has rxjdtiTay,ttffie,x6ftir
solemn oath, to Important points of
he has no certain knowledge. I ask
Court for protection for myself and
client - --. wb&m ifjiaBsna
Here a long discussion took placa
the lawyers and the. judge, and
the end of it the case was postponed
four months. I suppose it is expected.-that
I will then reascend the witness stand
but I have determined that when ! enter
ccmrt-room again 1 sliall appear as a cnmi
Counsel, to'fhe Court: 4Tv-ft nliW,
vour Honor, this is the Second Ttxetrrkt
nal. These fellows havi wuoii the er;fest
times, and tliey tun e UtBd rlk, not-a-
ilu v j. that, their noaition is far Dreferable
inetto. t . M aw . ,
It is true wistlouv to speak-but.
the injuries you have rcceivetfbr the gooff
-l...!.-. aaLasi Imtrn .lainrt
llt-CUS in, v .
The Mew Allmny.
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irrocerv Ritiiuiriiiii".ui ii.ia u;i,iuuni tt si iiu-
annual dividend often percent,
FRAM AND HOUSEHOLD
NcnjTT thousand persons died of scarlet
fever in tfie years 183, 1864 and 1869, in
England and Wales. Thi is a higher rate
of mortality than was. . ever reqorded for
cholera. And yet nq public anxiety was,
0 has been yet manifested concerr4ng this
scourge, and no efforts havebeen fhijde to
diminish its prevalence.' The same re
nvarlts aftbhr to this country.' A disease,
more deaxfly than Cholera, yet as positively
under our contra. small-pox, is suffered
as necessary eril, without a nwixmur. Of
coarse these 80,000 deaths represent only a
small proportion of the cases of the dis
ease; and it is an open question whether
death, ia not preferable to tie condition of
rrtB nxr if tknaa Tl-1, - rfrwfir
Scarlet fever may be " stamped out" as
L effectually as ths small-pox or as cholera.
But to do this, it is Mcessary tne punnc
should "know something of to nature of
the utto.serri germs " of the (flseaSe. ' TMs
ktrowledge the- physUran should : 3UPPb
out a sumerem reason. ior him ihuuic au uu
sois, that neither his text book r leettues
glva-him any in&nnsti hsubigct at
Urt aid k neglects to seek information
k from other sources, because rAiMks health
f or ncevantive rnedicinais u4 hiaarovince.
cure ': aM if the onblid winTeaim ad un-
derstnncf'fliat tie scarlet. fewer poison will
ne-tTormant in irooienjCiotning ior years,
without losing toHrrtile'lliWt Vf coh
fAunkmtlMr 'th CBKcaseM aai that not until
the audit, off .ct' the skin, of iiiepatiant is
planer now -wen u
the. fever to otoesa, then the
in the. direct naO, xtf. are ve
than rejying 00 tt
ie 'doctors to rjure';
vSitimlD mnolli no
stroa oa-may seem is nre saieasman givinm
raP?T11 Jo ?'e
' -1 . -1 . . - m t with
Isolation of .he patalfrQ otsJfcuJMa
than if It a-ere the smail-UQi. is the first
I "step to wkru ' p'OVetrtfUjl, wtsAjpjaeajtijhe
frm- isp nrf-wich rlisTnleftanTi as Will OB-l
stroy the sOrVatllrinl Ae taKzi ;1CaJtt
i.n ,-. .1., mn-i ,nnnrDnl rif thpis
shouki be bcought in contact with
aU ciothint or .'iW'ain a
by him should be SselMA.. i -LsHa
solution-,.of it, and no nffrse 'or
snouiu leave ras room - wnu-
hit hands WSxxxHli-axrMtenaLsa
n a rth OTrtTiSllirP. trt aV . tPJainara-
Ttifix r 0 'i will rltict rrT7 t1,(.cn (rnrniQ Ann
atrarfy, fyy1 ev etrrMgSxe l '
comimrin CPxitajt TiMaaMlxniT i
cirir, Koc .nA tn oooIa nfv tbA nrpri tct
' . r-J v. . ..... , - -i .. -r -w
thW MAAce' to Br d-manfbfl 'ftay be
USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
, p1Tt t
'I sm. . ' JTI ts .,
from guawing hJheVtymamk tW
oil applied a little otfeajie oepper. say a
tDocfV,i W, ttJT
KS:Xai,nXa . . , 1
int : then spoaga your silk
dojwliaht. and ten minu
I11H .... .
on trxe vnov.v sia wune wet
ta jjpjlrtess and lu
the same tlaie," nave T.H
Ul'" Bl.At7xt fJlXH Bt)illOld
iftreds)in a pint
at. . ! . Ar)..J fa Uall .
iiit w awi io iruuucu w ion r
with it , Id.,
tes after, iron
I fTTfc taill
Hearth and Home.
I. turn in
rMroiMid tha trees
new arid jjerv inaBPious'maak of coVer
tdrtlie capture o'a JWBWlTB iStMtlimuUim
i . to th .wateciv edg. vna. ine
tierces, in eaqh of which two men can StancT
snd manairer fheW anins rruite ' feandlf'.
nage- thefr guns rrult
Spiles made of fet.ee railsare driven around
the outside of the-tierces, which are covered.
L with brush, making a very deceptive allure-
anaiit toahe game aval CV:im sI
t?lT TboTbcTPBon, ot Lbtsbkis, - ABch.,
gives, as his opinion, baaed on expeijfyice,.
that the best way to, destroy the cnrculio
and taKpeach'trer m trrplo1 oTsptidetrp
the soil around the tree as -Jar as the
branches extend ; just before freezing time
xvste us. seje
ifj ins i
l Jare ovate
place them singly in a
I Itr, ,ti t.trtr onrl eroorvi
C)S SfT" It r.
boiling lard, and fry to a delicate hexAwx
Send to tatSe often and
onnsise dressing oj
saiwaju haye a n
LCUL JLI AAV 111
water 111 son water is
a teaapoonlul ot soda;
it a rytmirm
WWT11 a tanlrtAAnfnl rC OA.a . "TTITs O li WU
Li,,,Maji,.iiJ' fft-A C nmJ
1 xuxuxid eX nox k.ut tm Jn.-smiilL.niecfisrt
season Wftli pepper ; ski9 aTWiflsa TJofH
j i i t i a :
over, andiplace in the oven until
"T fw , , - xt .tTU
Tbrowned- 6effBwitlLa4 qajajbd
iing. Take one pint of
; th yolks of four eggs,
the rind of a fresh lemon,
a piece ol
whites of foi
mg a teacui
, ,T . a 3
sugar m wmcn nas Deer
jutoe of a lemon;
f . tlieVr ltlk
CmcKils Put. Singe the bipeds first;
I . I v - .-i
a aw.i i r..i : i i nc.r ww.swHe.
-k"? 'i at r:ri"?"-y- .' ""'"t
' Wdl Cleaned.-TBI -T IIHU OTXlllll TjltAt B
WSSQ inQroORrflTT SIIU tet Tliem CWSt Wl
twenty m mutes tn water .tiuAcifii itiwO-ai,.
m aaw -a : a.ii a c.i : Vtj
bi1jVt 1-HlJ,-iA". vWWVf'4tvtmwm
a ui n pasui, ai su r in ui e Sra
.Larlrx s.lnmn nf butter, atadaseasan tnrtla-
aa a. a. a a a. w . i , mrw x ,
linp the rleen rtosxax jdter
-a- - : :
t oTTIaM-Mtl WwtrsTr
i . .
0train. and iTAUh operation tww
-tes; ptja---- icke
morrntwriiB of Tirffinln. pome time since, ttiei
wrikruf tWsmoi a mftti on horst baek; behind
him and attached to his saddle vrea a largo
patkuce. whiuh ha seenied to inuu-l wiLh.ptv
cnliir eare. "You appear to havs a great
-sreiMXwie aiincnea to 3'our sautiu-, o rc
nuu-ked. " Ket, Wr," tvot tbe response "Tee, f
sir, I have baan'over IO Ricfmiomlnaomgfi
mvRelf a .lifcrnrw." "An entire library on
laBrsebaek" "Vm, sir, t hnv WawTIS'l
,. lliiii:irxit Dio-iN-vi4i : iii thia package.
i ana it is t whole library ut ueij. i always xrut
PERFUMERY.—See Tallman's Adv't.
s White wiaa Vinegar is a mom
article tot table use. Warranted pure.
V.. TT . T . r.-tw. 1CTM nilWIllVton TT IfnTflTI
TvTose Ferine from pure Irish Mose, for mane
txt;. 1 IK ajnfaii-
Asivar i.r.XT:T..". K.JTJiA. riim A-
I healthiest, and mo.t dellclons food In tbe world
Author's Ladt's Home Maoazink
for January fills the libsral promts mads In the
announcement for lSTl. The colored steel fashion
plate is one ofthe finest we hare seen; the rich
Cartoon entitled " The Skein Winders," is a pic
ture of high artistic beauty ; " Grandpa's Darllne,"
Going to Sahooi,"and " ComtofTfrom Bcnooi,
are three charming pictures. In eleganpe, beauty
TiV f tr..f 1 w rpflillnrr Arthur M rmfne MOOHZTTte
claims to lead all others of iteMs.l end toinei
publishers, T. 8. Abthcs fc.ftoas, pnllMeinfua,
Pa., atAnitJrounettage, and get a January num
ber as a sample. Tel, a yetfVVaaf""
Ait!arir rf afsl nd elegant pr-,
ntiums hraooarcd for BUbscribets and clnba.
. The aHiDftEVHoHeren
the .Taaaary nirb .of this laagaaiae. ffth its
waalthof a-vvcat Dictnxe. and tta supplement of
"Christmas Carols." Tn "mjuf'fs ctMfceded
on all hands' fb be rne Of tao nar-(woe test and
nostSaurlful AaStodfcaJa for , children in. the
TrWfoV'IWr8 and fathers, take l for yphrllttle
ones. It will dotWeSa good. Send WHB trtJiay.
wMle rjatoatter ferfresb in your rainds, to T. S.
ArthcbA Sons, FbJbdelpbia,ni get k, for their
ffolida 5-esent. Specimen numbers sent free on
Faith Well Founded.
' In old Ones', at the cjuiiiiiispstsajnt nhnaeqHUa
pre)Wrd tthsuch scrupuloirs precision and con
son. It sua the fashion to. Site wtfrnrcatbruc
as a sateguard ajrainst a change of temperature. It
wae a worse than senseless practice. The people
of "ff d-ii understand the mattei"bottr. Instaavd
bfcepleljng tne system they reinforce it. In the
method iky Aopt they exhibit a wise discrimina
tion. Instead of resorting to the vitiated stimu
lants of commerce, or any of the compounds de
rived from tritrn. they put" their failh In the only
aofcte ptfre invigoraart txutwable In the mar-kat-HHT-ttfir'-
Stomach Bitters. Their faith is
well founded. Never has any tonic medicine been
It Is tabfas compound ef
9Hen1a spnnd, wholesome, and
mswrot of tba jvord. Now we
WtM tlri6meu1 aatjonal complaints. One
lv 1 half of the population of the Uuitod staves suffer
JjaRorJess, either from diseases of the atomach,
TTeranppments of the liver, or affections at the kid-
lltteexi xatdbxtAher lariTirHHiaWtf jfre these
malaouw so general tin w omnn - u n-
ETOftl u, viz; mat an nccai
W HlMFflipHr win as certainl
t those who arVWxtasatlv stouL'h to
om them at prasxiat
fps?of fcs v
'Trrtrtwirt Wretn ae
tee earth from ireexmx; xrhere its
I getfmi beams IMTtutiij Miiaijlui !
JrmlnK. If nature doe potTWiiOjar witter with
aj, and atop thlfl inflammattoJtficlea IU
U I'M MX.
it 1b only
j ij. " . . ' T . w.l x.r-o...
CoritTRT.-The sudW Wlnp of
n-atbite dnno rrnifh fn Hv r ( tf. I nnUulDtlOIL
' Wft r1lre thoiar.ds of ra'tm who bHtiL' it On
fcTMT,andranp1from tbVwarmLtoQm .into'the
-raaa'tr the penrpiranrjh. wmcn
1 causes Tmlatlon of the Lnnr;.. 4B3d Saen matter or
- , , . . . .
t PW couect. ""WXO
soon form, and Conaum
Allen's Lnntr Balssm
or cases or (. o
by all DasgSsbj.
? j . . . . j
It. Probably in) tweatsetve eases nut
wrucn mer are anraixuawraa, aa
Ua-rewn.. dran tn r,,,wl,.rt. nmSeM wftO V DTODeT h
WNUMMBisve tbe desired effspt, rBns jf'ho, fl,nd
Itdlfflcult to compose their minds to sleep alter lylnxt
aowitjat itlgbt, or whose slumbers sre tnstorrjea oy two
areatfis, r are too brier to sttom oue npunsumenvse
Ft.antatiox Bcrraxs SB an anooxae
'Simlt)Srotiir a tonicand
I .aa. a w.. v,. ; T - 1
i IB use, tu rmtuis ol GHrwuasMraiAni
. none or toe uDaiearmiK wcwnwrr caruwqi
and wltout ixrttatlng that sensftfYe orgs
fnl sleeo. Involves
ueacea ot a resort
oat exception, e:
Bitters U to fane.
ot feel weTi you send fora uoctor, he
-wisef acrewis soijus iaawu
rwlwnnteji nnnt a niece or oaoer wmcn vou taae- to
2 OTTI17 fl.l U aalaA htlCFS D&V th Cento -io-tl.ua. be.
or s fee, for a remedy nine times onr
XeDBaB B .4RDUS
itafper box. Do
sides thw doctor
'ByW tbt ha" " xuraam ami
Jnoet for it? If you do, we
l as an exoerlmsri, the Mean
abe beet an
advise yod to use, Jnst
K'J iHTJlAJT HOOTPlWe.
a formula pronounced by
lane- of our oorrntry po be
aa Boot Piaui cure He
IndTireflHon. Drspepsla, rem
Thev are nrenared from
hn innof Tall i 1 1 mimt Slh MlnlfllMt. atf tWnf
06l lUllverBa.1 ui isiuiij uicu
' AGAINST TUK WUJUiw 9
I Vfff " t 1 'V V"a wltj.
ON'T WTfrTK'h'ltWK A1 I. A BOH.
SmsIoi up ut old ext. Seed IM Ma pri
COTT & TiACEWELL, Pittaljursh. Pa., and I they wil
Mate . ! ;..!.; - a a
send a Ui.tonraxe, Kxpressage paid. Half a day lost In
I TT chase, lease or rent, a ceuntryrhltlng;'om m any-.
dress B04215, Ollly.lla.jLttlQ.
T th iTlTO --- t-t- IoaxvP. faeAVlllit. tO (XAlUILVf21
a?munef&tt ciab Sri
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.
t: 31 &
"ETTING tUP CLUBS.
Saving to Consumers.
4 bd A get up elnt..Owfkfw-la
, ana a cjiqd iorra wiu aixompacj n
sxWTat Hi :
err. a ol i l I ..1 r.
; eaierai j . ..d ,imj ,i n -'
. a 1 f: o i-Fbel a .hivh I )&n
;Oii) eenil -?. ; ' .no i .
Hit fca-maiil erf ir.r -M ta
!''.( sll .btih oii iff
! a.Mft illDOCT I-'.' u:
rlTSa lurrl. ." . ler.1 ii
www i "- m . . -,i
i . .
w . a-. . . . ,
: I AUnewrOSriHiersror tbe IJSTt.x Ctwt-OKAi. for the
I sew year, worn nsmes anu money are u.
I ft TtattiOufeti ie, itM t
XnJarged, Jmj pyited, Illnstrated.
EE I FREE I I
Tfofpsiner and nerfmbcr, win receive tbe rtovemrjer
axencniber numbers of km r
AJOt LrTTI-K (JORPOKAX, U
any enter Juw
cqiny 15 ceats. or
I txennacriDxt r.uv,
...a. ..M.i., ,n ine . "" nxsary
a. or tree tntBfmmmp m try to raises
,f.,l IWilnm. rnrrtawAWaaX wwXwwaVJ
Back enmbers csxixLrwwatJUt sent,
a HooB, -.
TO THE SUFFERING.
A recipe ter rnnsanipt Ion. Bronrliitly, Aalh-
Hon- Thioiu. MrDluia, K ""frzlT,
IwBWSwMwwni 1, tui i. u. w....,-
sll other means ba! failed, tlierefore I feel It iny
1 It. free 01 cimree, to su auu iv auunm
a.1 Bleeckcr St., Sew York City.
duty toselKl It. free of clinrev. to su woo nj suum
Aftention Book Agents.
. 9500 PER MONTH.
A KY prood. ai rfve Arerrt ran tnukr tM r month sea-
V Inir nr new work. " Ii.ain Hiivr Talk ani Mro-
irAlmU SKNsa.'t Ills the beslfelUiaf book
pabttsneu. It nieriB a univenaai want ; conseuuennyererw.
liudy biv'sU- s.ji r t descrtiatlre clrcnlsr of ibis Ibemost
wt-it'I rf d book ortliefath wntrrrt
1 uion raDiteainsr t o
LtlirNBl'RIl UJilVBRSITY, 121 Madison
AJJ Citleafto, opens Jan. 2d. 1811. Clenrymi n ano Physi
cian Invited t stntlentt' tnltlon low. invalids free.
q 3 3
AN EXPFXT0RA5T REMEDY WITH-
OUT AH EQUAL.
Shun Worthless Nostrums.
USE THAT WHICH is GOOD
MCTOR IV VICTOR 1T
Bend t fcOowtn kr. tamk a profalaoit mercliant o
Marine City, Michigan I
J.N, Hams. A Co
mm hAH rvrnted.
TV.... Clm .
I would not like to be without it, ior u
has javed my life. I took a bad eoia ana J
flnsllv connmrtlon ws seated upon me. I tn xery
bad stale -1 I IriodeVeritlrinK that was rocommended. ana
iperltiafceatSealorni'neysnd sot no help. I had the
iLen-s tiinz l'm for sale, but I knew nothing of Us
rfi?r.. I fttnotllketo take It wtot knolUE more
ahput It. , I had not -old a Dottle. When Wxaxte
on me T told hhn I ojakl not sell a medicine 1 knew noUiln
shout. He nnren me to frv II myself I dm anrt ui my
Kteful rarprlse the first boulc stopped myeonxjjarid btKn
Mini ltle taken my lunija were heawd ana wed,
and T can now speak knowtaglyTo my friends and cus
tomers oi tlie " 'U iiuannesj ,u uini a .
I remain, yours res pert nil 1 y .
L,. v.. Vvw a aaw i ,
As KB Kxpectornnt It hats no Eextatl.
ALLAN'S -LTJUQ BALSAM I PElrXTLT HARM
LE88 TO THE MOST DEUCATK.
Do not be deceived.' Call for and be sore you rooolTS
Allen's Look Balsam.
J. N. HARRIS & CO.,
Bole Proprietors, Ctnclnnatt, Ohio.
' t" Sold by MetXclne Dealers KeneraUy.
Agetits! Read ThisT
WK W1I.I. FAY AOKMTB A SfLAM
sf MO per week and expenses, or show s lares
commission,. to sell ir miw wonderful lnvrUop. AO
drie, M. WAOKKH a Ct)., Msrshall, Mtea.
every town and
atnntv. a XSstaV
bW MAW Ort WOMAN to art as Local forVtmg
Ward Hsjstextxas UlUutx ltjfJ.li.lotB "bjwiu.1.
Eieht numbers, with IlxaerjXT Baxcwxat STowa's new
sm-r. aari a iir-rb to Steel Knitravinx orrn awn
akinK 10 to sr .-r day in ca a. Annpie
Address '. I!.. FORD a CO- 38 Par Row, N. T.
FREE TO BOOK A8ENTS.
We win scad a handsome Prospectus ol our ivte Iztu'
....... PnH. . 1i. an i- JLnrA A c l.lt S tBB aW
ddress JS.ATION A I. PITIUBHIKG CO., Philadelphia,
a Chloaam. ui.Jaemran. una, oe at. yuns. sso.
Lands in 8outn-West Missouri.
HI ATLANTIC PACIFIC BAILKOAD
m 1 iilmfSili South Pacific) have for sale U5OO.0OO se
of beat quaaty, long credit, cheap. Fox particulars. In
pamphlet, apply to AMOS TUCK, Land Conimlssloxex-
wp. sa wanrat btreet. at. lpnis. mo.
MACfilsK. Xtaa tne w.c7--oraa, Djaaa. aas
"les sMBca (a. Ik on eota sia. sj saa is n
iteSuea. The beat and clxaapest 'snrllT
,..u...hianthKmark t. Address JOb
rrTs CLARK CO.. Boston. Mesa. Pltte-
hnriin. P .. Chlcaco. 111., or St. Louis, alo.
Send yout' address for oatakajros
a xsarrrt seinnjr arautes uwuhu,
seats for sample of oar restsst
seDlrtx new 35 cent article and oat-
STtvRiitn a oo
tl Reynolds Block. CUoago, UL
PEHFI'llERV t W. H. TILLMAN'S
tfLOBrDA Water, strongtx and more delightful than
rwYlnam. Fiveru v ( 'a r.i. a. for tlie Handkerchief : Ton
ejera Mona, Laxo Laso. new, very fine; Couxisaa,
Ha ut Oils. R a chits. Pomadcs. Corx-r Plastkbs, Cooa-
,vn FrTiatem H.MnRiRmitr Emacis. all kinds.
hrndxesaery nut up to beautiful 3.bouie boxes. . Where not
sold, Ksmluet can obtain a sop -ly at wttoiessir prices oy
writing for price list. Goods sent by express, labosa
ii mt , JAAav aaat.
local Agents Wanted,
I wsnt a local agent In every town sod
village In the country to canvass for the
WKHTTHN WORLD. A Mm
aiflceat S3 Premtssi Steel F.n-
xravlnx to t-wry snbscrloer. rrama,
to f 10 can be easily made In an evening.
1 ihw.1 ,.. LMaiiaaUaeaoaA alWwea. BeM
stamp for Spactxoras and Paixa Cnaxc
' JAMES R. ELLIOTT, Boston, Masa
I - 1M1 A ir'M nVt'll A TOR V PXIWDKR..
U Removes superfluous hair in rrva Mortrrxa, without
injury to tne saw. oent oy mau ior aijD.
VPUAM'S ASTUWA CURE
R'Heves most violent paroxysms In rm
effects a speedy curs. Price .00 by malL
THE JAPANESE I. AIR STAR
Colors the wbUkcri and hair a beaatlAO black or UOW1
It cpiisists of cnily ome vrepa a turn. 75 cents by
AddrCM 8. C. UHIAM, KoTT21 JaTM St.. Pniladctphla,
nt. uircniara aen. ma tsota uj au uroggmm.
&MUCH. JtaUBOAJN'a SOiyS' uo
Is Mer ajsJ Cla.eai.er than Saaj.
' TM IT.
Wbcrtesa e In Oexoa-o and Br. Lotna by Draf
eists anal Grraraw '
COCfxH", CROUP, BBOSrHfTI
COM, AHUTHA, VSriVKSTK,
Hoarncuesa and Incipient Vn si' m pi rt.
Babb'b Peoroxtix Er-nrra has rapWly won tbe rarer
uslteei who Iw
who have tried It, and also tag peanmfe of
taamftT In every section ol tlfeooontry where
. I ntnalniMl. NVi remedr Jer tbe lUtlXS SIM wtfOII
evfi dwivefrn rrarKl.w, potmlAr after o ts weeH. tlvmai
ess weAen naeaaAaajwAi tucam ,11 uiw muw. aur
sixteen yesi-s,-wbere leiowa, baa Induced as lit stake
t widely Known tor tbe benefit of the sttCerlnc.
iffllctetf it s It alalr Mai. as we sre unttdeat that
al vine Ixi tlfioelss of lanawifceble
will De sent on aonllcatlorL. or tber win
iai searing eaeb nattate or tea ptaiMiai na,
I ne xsi.rxra is pteaaaot to team, ape ts
zantly put ap ailarsx UouUea. at OKE LKJI
Is neatlv and
I penrianetiteare will be tbe reentt. Bold- by
I aU lAAt. Awwjai Ulan a. aaiTeaiaaaajiBjai 1.
Ts HaBARR & COsy TcawH?n,rfiia.
. BOM In CHTCAOO.at miuMslu by
m.tKR, finch a rxnXRR; jJ5u swim
BON ; n 1AM -It l m
1 11 11 ' as IIMIV.l-
ttPCE A KEI8ING I OOIIMKN SCHMIDT;
si no nun.
In ST. IXltriB VT
RTCHAKDSON a CO.; COtXINS BBIffl.
aatwwganoi gemiasiaaw . ""a
5 Persons to canvass successfully
Premium, we ofTtr, and receive a
Wr.ltbaiu Waldi tbr joursi.lf. Address
Peoi'l-a's WaxcSLT. Hay ton, O.
ltrANTlD-Affsti Krerrwhere-ror J.
j It AhlK.ti's forthti 'minu book.
upraulu end tbe Frsmts-Prssslaa War."
Alive Slllllsct ror s a lrte swske "gSi
with -tarn,,. JAMMHM
$25 (ScaTsT assxiwr?
Dr. J. Walker's California
. o 6 HUNPnEDS OF THOUBAMDH 8 7 4
"a 3 Max testimony to tbatr WeixUrf ul S
o TasJ an not a vu Fane j Drlui f c 5
a 1 made of Poor Hum, Whisker, Proof J I
C ; Spirits and Kefoj. Liquor, dootorM, 8 -B
?J8 soloed and swaetonod . to plsass. Uario
. ...... mmtu
They are the QRAT Bl-1D PTJBTFI18 and
LIFE OIVIl rniNCIPL. a partct Knorator
and InTlaoralor o tbe Bystem. No person ean take
the Hitters accorainxt to ouoeiAon. x.u
For IM'I.A iw -M A j i.rt r "mi va.....
VlfWDUfl 'llTHRAMVH r,f th rir.00
NKYlt. snri BLADDBIt. those BRters havs
Dtzxtnrw.. Iv,nr Unlets ions
nf the K irlnev
are tbe orrnpi mas or tiywaej
Por SKIN UlRBABU.
Rhanm. Itlou-hes. Spots,
Oarbanclea. Kins; Worms.
r.r.. . i.Ui Itrh. flcurfa. PI
... nB,.,H ... lit.rall. Anar ut, and
, n'. .kAra Mm lntlic faH IS MaTAM Hit
Pl.V. TAPE and otbesr W0'5J01rk,,f 'TISST
OT Fouliniinonaiioa..". ,'r;.7 1, a.
WALKBR. rTroprtetor. n-n ui,i,ai.a' .
Drturjnrt. and Oen. Axtenta. Ban xmctxeo,
and 83 At as Cotr.meros Btiset. N. Tff.
rrsOLD BY ALL DBUUOIBTS AHl) PelTiB.
IP8IA or IWDTOBTIOW. Heedaje1PMe
honlders. Coofrbs. Tlaianseu o. te onsei,
. 1 ... srn..tV,. nf tla aiiixsarei Bee Teste
. Mmith. Bilious Attacks, Irritation " ' tha
. Inflammation ot th I nnaa. Pain li tabs rtefrlone
Kl.lneys.and sbunrlrrd cTbsr painful aayintAotriA,
Betid Hend. men ayes.
a. ,.,,nitu,n Ot tbe bkla.
skin, of Mbaseear eexoe
sssilel eat or rne
Ta. -stas srAastan xssa-
Sl)fslllll"Mlrfa.ta.'l. A. tl 1 jtJM! i-
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS.
fiiTft in a-
' 11 m 1 'e. tTta"
SWINDLE nS, QUACKS and HUMBUG3
Ut. a. roe. t
ONLY 75 CENTS. lCT
Jit'L"- flSfzJ uZZS-jZiJ? CiaCr; s uTV-
f ct-. sos-T rtrr rr Loos p. -.-. ,J
S. Til SI . a tw. a, a. lll.Sn ate.-T. a . I . !
I 1 - 1 Tl, 1 -rw taesaaaketl F l " V hMkUutas iileei a TW
w AJtnicI' fst-Sflss t rAaTTcSS-"?
aa. 1 1 j. i s,fAw aaaMlaTam. A.S. a. .
afaWaam. SAW Ha laA a. .1 ft I 111 m I III. tmA . M
Z?m .TlAa,..- -tU, XI aiVVfaA.. U .i.i aU .
OF AMttlCA'' ex IS an Hi Va
,-aw.T z-nrg-jre-u--- rs.T7-s--r
MONEY REFUNDED. ".7-
a. yaw . . W jt O.I, flMtaaal ' - '?.,
..Ill, II II .1 ."I J a-fa ..WAS J. Mfaa-SW
' .fa ISA BM. .U
iw, fiivrnTT-rii cixtv ovt TM 0Ot.
be it-m-s. in puis i. --., Vara. TV "fc n i"
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The Railroad Man's Paper
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