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Marring til 4 4ttth nntirtt frt.
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J. A. PEN110SE,
tIALr,n IN ,
13 K Y (J O O JLi s ,
JVOTIO.VJ, MOOTS, MIOi:S,
QUJKNSWATR AIH) GIIOCEMES,
Out Door wel ArtxiaJvr't Drug Btort,
Serious Advice to "Green"
Is'ow that lh skating mania lias bro
ken out with violence, an exchange
takes occasion to print the folio log
dirfctiont for beginners:
, 1. vtr try to ikata in two direc
tions at cues. This feat has often been
attempted by beginners, but never
successfully. It alwuys ends in sor
row. . Jit a few applai for refreshment
sake while skating, and be sure to
throw the corea on the ice', lor fast
skaters to break their shins over. Fast
skaters are jour natural enemies, an J
should sot la allowed to enjoy them
3; Sit down occassionully, no matter
where right in the way of Ibe reat of
the party, if you waat to. There is no
law to prevrnt a new beginner Irani
sitting down whenever he baa an incli-
tion 10 do so. .
4. Y hon you meet a particularly
handsome lady, try to skate on both
aides of her ut once. Thieis very preity
and sure to create a sensation. If t he
lady'a big brothw is in sight, it is well
to omit th ia.
G. SKate over all the small boya ut
onco. Knock 'cm dowu. It makes
'great fun, and tlie'y like it. "'
C. If you skato Into a' hole iit the me
4tika it coolly. Tuiuk Low you would
fool if the water was boiling hot.' 7
7' If your bkates'are to slippery," buy
anew pair. Keep buying new pnirs
until you find a pair that are not alip
l ery This will bo fun for the deal
ers. -(, .. . '."'
- Ji. in eetting down, do it gradually
Don't be too audden; you may bieuk
9. Wlicn you full headlong, examine
tTie atrapa of your ekatca very cni'tfully
bsfori you get up. Thin '.will make
everybody thiufc you .fell becauae your
akale whs loote. Beginners always dy
you Luow,' I .'.'
JO. Wear h heavy overcoat or cloak
till you get thorougly warmed up, and
then throw it o!T and let the wiud cool
you. , Tliia wil liuuru you a Hue cold
(hat will last you as long its you I'rve.
11. After you get no you oan akate
toleruldy well, nk;Ue your aelf aick im
tnediutely. Uon't be reusonable ubout
it; akate three or four hours skate
frputi :ally akate till you cau't aland
vp." Do this every day; and it will be
an excellent thing, it will be auch
good example to tue rest ot the young
people,. , ,. v. , ...... . i .-:
A Aw niniplo directions for , lady
skalera are added; '
1. If you wear tiltora oh ..the ice, be
sure that your tulrcs are properly ud
juatod. 'I lie apei tators( along the bs.uk
ure nerall3' critical. - '
2. Scream prettily in passing an air
hole, and give the arm of Charles Au-
fHistu a irantio spieeze. Jt makes biin
leer Ins outs, in a proiectionaJ why.
3. If your skating partnor is eligible
Rnd your foot is pretty don't hesitate
in asking hira t) adjust your skate
straps every teu i minutes. lie .will
rllH'r JiKe it.,' " ,.
.Heavy Snow Storm in Enuland.
By it cable dixpatch we loam that Eng
land bus been' visited by a fcnow ptarui
c.f mod unusual and extraordinary se
verity. It fcpmnicnperl last NWdnesday
and continued, with more or less ever-
ify, to "Friday morning. " Trade
travel are r.lmpst entirely sunpnded.
The Btre.t of London are chyked with
now, and the city being enveloped in
fog several accidents have occurred.
The snow drifts ure of great, ilcplh in
tho rural districtM, rnd many dwellings
and old castles are almost buried, . Ihe
underground railroad affords the chief
means of locomotion around Loudou.
-WrGeiieral Butler is tm ol the party'
concerned in the recent purchuso mau
intinonaj tract ol land composiaaf most
u sinciunown .slower v''ror.
lha lust installment due to the;
Mexican Government will be paid"
jMexieiin uovcrnmeni win oe paia
Ikf r. Kmui.ro. tie Mexican Minister in
few day : . '"'
X K!J 'J L1.UL ILL ..
The Creditor's Stratagem.
Four creditors started from Boston,
in the same train of car?, for the pur
pose of attack ingthe property of a certain
debtor in Farmington, in the State of ;
Maine. lie owed oacu one separately,
and they, each one, were suspicious of
the object of the other, but dared not
say a word nbout it. .So they rode, ac-
quaintr.r.cci all, talking wpo every
thing except tiiat which tdey had most
at heart. When they arrived nt the
depot at Farmington, which wan three
miles Irom where the debtor did busi
ness, they foun,d nothing to "put 'em
over the road" but a solitary cab,
toward which Ikey all ruslied. 1 Three
got in and tefused, admission to the
fourth, and the cnb started. The fourth
ran ufieraikd gut up outside with the
driver. lie nked the driver if he
wanted to sell his horse. He replied
tlmt he did uol want to that he whs
not worth more than fifty dollars, but
ie would not sell hint for that. . He
uked him if he would thke one hun
dred dollars for him. "Yesj" said he.
The fourth man quickly paid over the
money, took the rolna, and backed the
cab up to a bank, slipped It from the
haruens, and tipped it up so that the
door could not be opened, and jumped
on tti J horse's back and l ode oil' lickaty
switch, while the insidors were looking
out of tho window, feeling tike hinged
cuts, .lie redo to a lawyer's and irot a
writ made and nerved uud his dobt se
cure, and got back to tho hotel just as
ihe "insiders" camo up putting and
blowing.' - The cabman, eoon bought
back his horso for Ctt dollars. The
"sold" uiep offered to pay that sum ,if
the fortunate- one, who ivuud property
sutii'jieiit to pny his own debt, would
not tell of it in Jtfostou.
Against all chambermaids, of what
soever uge or nationality, I launch the
cuiso of liachelordom I '.' '
liecuuso i ' ' . .' , -
, They alwayi put tho pillows at tho
opposite end ol the bed jrcm the gas
burner, so that whilo ' yqn read and
arnoko before sleeping (as is the ancient
and honored custom of bachelors,) you
have to hold your book ulolt, in au uu
oouilortablo position, to keep, the light
from duzzling your eyes.,
When they hud the pillows rompvod
to tho other end of the bed iu the mor
ning, they receive not tlie..f ugenion
in a friendly spirit, bt. gtorityingTh
thelv absoluto sovereignty, and unpit
ying your helplessness, they make tho
bed just as it was criginully, and gloat
in'secrat oeEsr tho pang their tyranny
v ill cause you.. ','"" T ,
'Always uftur that, .whea tley find
you have transposed U' pillows,, they
uudo your work and thus defy you,
and seek to emtitter the life thui 'iod
hath given you. " ; . ":
If they cannot get the light in an
inconveuient position any other way,
they move the bed:
If you pull your trunkout six inches
from the wall, so that the lid will sluy
up when you open it, they always shore
that trunk bttc) again. They do it ou
purpose'. ' .
If you want the spittoon in a certain
spot, where it will be handy, they don't.
And so they move it. .
They always put your other boots
into.ipupceteible places. They chiefly
enjoy depositing them us far under the
bed ns the wall will -pei mit.' It is be
cause this compels you to get down in
urn updigniiied attitude, and make wild
sweeps for them in the dark, with the
bootjack ajid swear, . . ,T v
They always ptit the rnatch-"box in
some other place. They hunt up a new
place for it every day, apd put a bottle
or other perishable glaxS thing, where
the box stood before, This is to cause
you to brouk that glass thing, groping
' m the dark, and get yournelf injo
They are for ever and ever BaQving
1,., ' ...
When you come in, in
caimv, J M .WfVW.MW.VII ItUUIII
the Vurcnu where tLo wurdtobe'was in
- tho taoruintr. And when you iro out
:.. tho luoruiiie-: if ruu j..av. th .ii,,-
I bucket by the door and tho rockim'-
c'i,tt bjrthe wjndow, when you come
in at midpigjit, or thereabouts, you
wjM fair oyer that rocking chair, aiid
- j 4 h ind
.. . t . . , . .,.
and il down in the slon-tub. Tliia will
discust vou. They like that. ' '
i IJo matter where ytn
i you put anything,
tliey are not going to let it stay there.
They will take it and move it the first
chance they get. It is their nature.-1
And besidea. it gives them pleasure to
be mean and contrary this way. They,
would die If they could not be.vil
Thy always, save up all the old
scraps of printed rubbish you throw on
the foor, and stack them up carefully
on the tabic, and then start the fire
with your valuable manuscrip'a'. If
there is any particular old scrap that
you ore moro down on than another,
and which you are gradually wearing
yonr life out trying' to get rid of, yo
may" take all the paltiS you possilxly
can in that direction ; but it won't be
of any use ; becouse they will always
fetch that old scrap back auJ put it in
the same eld pluce Agajn, every t:i..e.
It docs them good.
And they use up moro hair-oil than
any six nren. If charged with purloin
ing tho same, they lio about it. What
do they care 'about hereafter T Abso
If you leave your key in tho door
for convenience sake, they will carry
it down to the oflice and give it to the
clerk. They do this under the pre
teuso of trying to protect your proper
ty from thieves but actually they do
it because they want to inuko you
trairip. back down ' stairs after it' when
you came home tired, or put you to
the trouble of sending a waiter for it,
which waiter will expect you to pay
him something. Iu which case I sup-
pone the degraded creatures divide.'
They keep always coming to make
your bed before you get up, thus de
stroying your rest and fuflicting ago
ny tipon you but after you got up
they don't come any more till, next
They do all the mean things they
tan think of, and they do them out of
pure enssednew, ' and nothing else.
Chambermaids are dead to every hu
man instinct. ' ' '
,; I have cussed them in ' behalf of out
raged bai.herdQ!h;'';rrhey deserro It.
If I can get n bill through the Legisla
ture abolishing chambermaids I mean
to do it. ; MARK' TWAIN.
San Francisco, Nov: IT, lPfiti. - '
A Snake Five Feet Long Milks
A gentleman in the lower part of
this city has a splendid milk cow. She
ordinarily gives fra.T) t wo to three gal
lons at a milking'. '' It Is a rcraarkiible
fact that, for the last wo months, she
has given more milk in cold ' weather
than in warm. When the weather is
cold, her nit I If pi abundant, but when it
moderates her sapply is reduced down
frequantly to less than a quart. This
remaruble freak attracted the notice
of fier owner, seveiul weeks ago, and
ever since h has been sedulously try
ing to divine the cause. A,t lirbt be
thought she was milked by other pur-1
ties than members pf his family, but as
the cow was confined in a lot adjoining
his residence and closely watched, he
became satisfied no person other thou
someone of hisfamily milked heY Dur
ingthe recent extreme cojd wtutl.er
her milk was abundant, but yetterduy
(the weather having become very mm.ii
moderated) she failed entirely, This
morning he was up early, determined
if pObsible to learu the cause of tho fail
ure. .He bad hardly entered the cow.
yard beforu his attention was attracted
to a rustling noise in some ttjupkaneap
the stable. Presently .he saw a huge
6uake emerge Irom underneath the
stable and crawl up to his favorite milk
er and deliberately bgil otripping her
teats. The sneak was at least five feet
long, and as large as a man's arm at
the shoulder.. It was what is known
as a cown-snake. . The mystery was
now explained. ; In cold weather the
snake lies dormapt,: hyberuating, but
when the weather gets warin he e intr
gee irqm Pis , winter quarters. , 'ihe
gentlemun attempted to kill the snake
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uuv muau. ii uu u iit muter tue bu-
, ... ,.u , ow
itu Us laroriU beverage.
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' The gentleman who relates thissnako
story is oive of our most respected citi
sens, and vouches for its truth. New
Albany (Ind.) Ledger." ' ' 1 '
. ' ji i . ' ' i ' i -Sur
Still Li v.is.--Mra. Burdill Qcq-
mnghaiu, - who was reported among
those lost on the Evening Star, is at
present residing in San Francisco; Cal
ifornia, haviug seven years ago mar
ried a gentleman .'named Huyes, who
is possessed' of 'considerable property
at Lor et to," Low or Caliornis
A Cow. Lamp Explosion--Horrible Burning.
n -! . .. ,; ,..';XllJSJ.
. A servant girl was set on fe and
burned to death from the explosion of
ajamp. lait evening, at the residence
of pr. Sturgis,WsstWttia SireeL Th
fuIowmgv are the particulars of the
melancholy affair : The accident hap
pened about half past eight o'clock.
Two servant girls were just about to
leave the dining-room, aftea closing tho
evening work. One of them, Minerva
Mcenl, was t(l behind to put out the
l'gnt, while the other . went , to the
kitchen with, table-wear. The lamp
1 hung iuiv bracket at tho side and near
the top of the door, , It was high up,
apd tt is supposed that the girl in try
ing to extinguish it, pulled it down, as
i,!;? Vrruket was broken in two places.
It exploded and the burning oil was
thrown over tho girl, and on the car
p-:l and chairs adjacent. The girl gave
no alarm, but ran toward tho front
part of tho house, through two rooms,
apd through the hall into the library
on the right side, shutting oil the doors
after her as she went.
The other girl in the kitchen, hear
ing the noise of the explosion, ran into
the dining-room, apd seeing the carpet
and chaijs on re gave the alarm to
Mrs. Sturgie and duughter, up stairs,
who were the only adult members
of the family about the houso. Tho lat
ter run down, aud all supposing the
explosion spontaneous, first directed
their efforts to the putting out of tho
fire. This uccoipplibhed, the scent of
the fire attracted' then to the other
rooms through -which tho girl had
passed. Following on they found her
lying on the library floor, breathing
heavily and burned to a crisp, hvery
particle of clothing was gone except
her shoes Fart of the lounge and one
of tho windows had ssveral panes of
glaau broken, the poor girl having at
tempted to' get put by breaking thro'
the window. The steel hoops that had
dropped from her person had burned
their , way through the carpet to tue
floor. ' " '' .
" iledical aid was summoned immedi
ately and everything done that could
be done to alleviate the sufferings of
tho victim.' She died m about three
hours, conscious t the last, but unable
to give any intelligible account of how
the accident happened. Her' remains
vpre taken to Chcrubusci, Whitley Co
this morning, where her mother, a
widow, resides. Fort "Wayne (Ind.)
A Christmas Frolic.
The local of the Augusta Constitu
tionalist has tho following interesting
incident in lis department Friday
mprpijlg: , ,- .. ..
' On Christ. nas morning, about ten
o'clock, there occurred, just outside of
the city limits, oppesito the powder
mills, a most novel celebration of the
duy. A mahogany hueddruwer of 'the
bureau' he is- engaged in drawing
prdaau.ee stores who lived in a little
shanty in the vicinity referred to, had
some difference with his wile, placed a
large box of powder near the fire apd
threatened to ''blow everything up,"
uiid suiting the actipn to the word, be
wail throwing small quantities of the
'villainous' into the fire.
Sud !enlj the tragic hero found him-
aelf traveling upward, and ere he had
time to think of it, he came back and
landed ou ferra firma. His wife also
Started heavenward, but being pf tho
earth, earthly, she too drapped, and
gathering herself upcommenced a two
forty gait across tho fields. Ilorcloihus
were m llaincj, ana eue resembled a
comet which could not resist the at
traction of this little planet. Fortu
nately a gentleman camo lo her assist
ance, and succeeded in extinguishing
the fire before she had sustained pny
serious injuries The table GuyFawkes
did not faro so well, as the going up, or
coming down, has damaged him con
siderably, the result of burps and brui
ses.., Tho domicile of this happy coup
le was literally demolished, hardly two
pieces of plunk remaining together."
Tvn Mapb fjiom India flcBBn.--Jt
is stated that a manufactory .for mak
ing printers type from . vuleaniaed Ifl
4li& rubber, , has been ., established at
Dalston. England. In is new species
: of .ype, it'is said. Is made very quick
y. and at one third the coat of ordina
ry uietalio typo, whilst it is claimod
that tho India rubbe'i; typo is as dura
ble and of as good quality .as th?se i.ow
is oh.. The invention is American..
Frightful Affair at Stephensport
--Fifteen Persons Poisoned by
Eating Cake at a Party.
.. A good doul of excitement wfts pro-
duesd a,-Stcphensport, 13reekinrdgo
County, Kentucky, en Christmas night
by the discovery that fifteen young la
dies and gentlemen, members cf the
principal families of the plate, who
had been invited to attend ft sitting
party, wore poisoned by eating what
isknown,ai marble c.ike. Thii cake
Is mads by dissolving or steeping' a
spoonful or two of cochineal fn hot wa
ter and m.ixlng n wit.h portion of
the batter, i and then arranging that
through the rest, so as tii give .it a va
riegated or marbleired appearance.
All who ate of this cake -w ere poison
ed, end for hours they suffered the
most excruciating paius, whilo their
lives were desparel of. But on Sat
urday evening, when our informant
le-H, all were thought ta bo out of dau
ger. Cochineal is extensively used by
(onfectioneis to produce abiilliant red
color, and has not been considered poi
sonous ; but it would be well for a!)
house-keepers to know, thut when phy
sicians give it as a .medicine, as they
sometimes dp, they prescribe very
small doses, say from a' third to half a
grain. It would be well to also under
stand that thoso who deal in the arti
cle frequently udu'tsruto it. wiln car
bonate of lead, to inert use its weight
This adulteration isperformed by mix
ing the two together andehuk.ng them
in a bng, when the enrbonate adheres
to the cochineal. Very probably it
was adulterated cochineal that caused
tho fearful calamity alluded to ubove.
Cochineal is a small red insect, but
littlo larger than a gnat, peculiar to
Mexico and one or two other tropical
countries. Louisville Journal.
In a speech delivered by Henry Clay
before the students of the isew York
State and AM'ionnl Law School, .that
great orator aid of oratory ?
"I owe my bucccfs in life to one sin
gle fact, vis : That at the ago cf twen
ty-seven I commenced and contiuued
sov years tho process of daily'rcading
and speaking upon, tho contents
some historical and scientific book.
Whose off-band efforts were soir.etii.ies
made in a cornfield, apd others in the
forest and not ui.fivqucntly in some
dietsnt bnrp,t with iit 6 horse and cow
for my auditors. It is to this practice
of the great art thst I am indebted for
the primary and leading in. pulse that
stimulated me forward and has shaped
and moulded my entiresubsequent des
tiny. Improve, then, young men.lhe
superior advantages you hticby enjoy.
Let not a day pr.hs without exercising
your power of speech. " There is no
power like thnt of oratory. Caesar con
trolled men by exciting their fears.
Cicero by their passions. Ti e irf u
enceof the one perished with its auth
or, that of the other continues to this
Why Ireland tias Improved.
'The London times contrast the con
dition of Ireland now with what was
twen ty years, and attributes the recent
improvement in no small degree
emigration. Tho population wae
argo to subsist of agriculture alono:
The Irishman has onlywhat the Eng
lish man and the Qej-msn had begun
lout; before. We are accustomed to re
gard the foundation of tho American
colonies, tho establishment of the In
dian empire, and. tho sentiment of A us.
tralia as among tho greatest achiovo
moots of our race; and if s similar
spirit of enterprise takes posfossion
the Celt, it is so much gala to tho
world. . '
There can b nothing to deplore
the emigration itself; lor, as Lord Duf
forin'observes, the large amount of tho
remittances made from America shows
how the Irish have prospered in their
new homo. Tue7 r only, in fact, do
ing, what the inhabitants of .New Eng
land States themselves do, nud which
ought much the more to be done from
so densely apeoplod country as Ireland.
Undoubtedly, it is a misfortune, that
they go form with feelings of hatred
towurds Englau'l, and that they cherish
them iu their new couatry for so many
years. - But traditirn.l dislikei. likely
3 , . , w , .
to be dangerous only so far as It Is la-
tcasifisd ny real inirtery; iij Ireland
iteelf. " ' '
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Robbery and Murderous Assault.
A negro entered tho grocery-sfr cf
a Mr. Beeso, Sn Leavan worth, oh ed
nesday last about noon, and robbed tho
j . i
owner's monev-drRwer. In attemptinjr
to defeat the robbery, a Ind' who was
cleark in the sjore, was struck by tho
negro wrth a, hatched, receiving a terri
ble cash on the top of his head, and a
fracture vl the skull, t.oni which, how
ever, he is like iy to recover. The ne
gro then fied with his booty, nnd had
not been srrcsted or even recognircfl,
though tho clerk enys L could idar-tlfy
hiru, if Been. Considerable exclttriient
grew out of tho offair, and one or. two
row took place,, iri opo ot whV'Vi
gro was badly bonten. The irreicsi.
bio conflict'' does not seem to be settled
even in loyal Kansas. If it were.Mt
ould bo difficult to account for this
beating of innocent negroes in conse
quence of the crim perpetrated by one
of tho color. f.St. Loun Republican.:
. - - .
Presence T Mliyt ol' a ( hl!l
Sunday beioro last, Mr. Phillip Gree
ley, of Chicago, wen wiih his w;fe to
church leaving at home his little boy,
nino years of rge, and two other child
ren, sevcra'Iy five years and one year
old, with their nurse. Shortly i fter
their parents hud left, tho littlo boy
discovered that tho houso was on fire
and instead of biing overcome ty ter
ror, asmostyouhgntcrsof his age would
hate been, he calmly directed the man
ner of escape of his littlebrother, sister
aud nurse, which having been effected
ho started off on a run to the church,
which be entered, and marched at rail Li
up the broad aisle, w here lie canht
tho eye of the (.rancher. 'Mr. Collier,"
said the"-little fellow, "is my father
here? If he is, tell him that hour houy
is all on fire, and that he must come
home as soon as he can." Tho father,
and tho congregation as well, atarto'i
instanly for the fire nnd saved a con
siderablo portion cf the furniture, al
though the houso was seriously d.Pi
lowing on another : " ' ; 'i1
; "A rather good one is told at the ex
pense of our contemporary, tho 2fows.
It announced that, ia c0us9quer.ee of
having to move into its new office, 'nt
)sper would be issued o a certain
day. A subscriber who got hU paper
at the post office came on 'that day' tho
same as others, and wan told (here was
no paper. He made some objections'
when the clerk asked him if he didn't
see the announcement in ' tho pape
that thero w ould bo none issued on thut
day? 'Yes,' ho' said, -but thfy ,.wer
such liars that he placed uo confidence
inwhut they said.' " '
Body Snatcihus in Chicvoo. At '
late hour on Thursday tiight" n inaa
was observed to cautiously 'enter the
city cemetery, with a spade on l.ia,
shouldov. He was followed by a couple
of juen, who watched his operational'
Ho was Been to open a grave, romovo
the corpse, which ho placed in a sack
apd conveyed to the lake shore, whtrO;
ho was met by acomerade with a hand-,
cart. His followers then sprang for'
ward, when the body-snatchers mado
their oeeape, leaving their booty bo-'
hind. A goard will hereafter be plu;4,
in the cemetery to protect the'dead. J -t
eTbe Inventor of the needlo gun
has completed Beveral pew weapon.. .
One of thew is a bronch-loading y
made'enlirely of iron,' but with a Beaii .
circular hook in the place of the butt.
The shoulder fitting into this hook is
said to give a much stuudieruim. "Tho '
barrel is coated with a snhRUneo that'
prevents. its scon hing the fingors arter '
several discharges, and thoriile, which
can be fired eighty times a miuuto en i I
weigh three pounds less than tho peo-
In TaouuLi. Tiie psopieof ClVica '
who went into ecstaoirts over tho supj'y;
of pure water recenUv introduced int'
the city from Lake Michigan, are nor J
puzzling their brains with tlte problem. '
of how to get rid of the d'.rly wnte r.ii .1
They ara afraid to turn it into the lka 1
lust it will return ihrcugh the tunnel,')
so they propose to semi it Soqliwari'J
to enriiih tbo Illinois river bottowa'. J"J
1 1 t 1 "( i'(y4
CniM.ENOB Aci eptiu. Bonnet, Jr.,
of tho TMw'T(iik Herldi uoacy.tU-t!,
i "04 e race across 1 ie . Anai'tic cnai,
t rEX' it
beort acwepttid by , lhe,; JJuKo oi.Mi0--
DuJ;' whose yatch, the Yioksburis,..
8gi4 beoneof the, best Jn.tU, jijy,,,
lisb, squadroa. '' '