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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1889.
3 7" i'Vif'-'-h'Y. ;"V'' y ACK, do you remember r -'. ' -a that day In December, snow-clouded and 1 drlizlln and murky. Wueu, through woods llrly reeklcc with mist, we wont seeking The wild turkey! Tame turkeys were plenty; the barn-yard held twenty . . ' Fat fellows that same winter moraina, . i But aunlu save the stranger, the mast-flavored ' ranger, We were scorning. from edge of the meadow, deep Into the shadow Of forests, a alnglo track trended I . Mile we followed, through reaches of oak, ash and bcocbes, , -Till It ended. fa ' la a glade wood surrounded, on every side bounded By pines we stood, each a tired hobbler, When, suddenly, vaulted, from eyrie exalted, , The wild gobble 1 .. . Bow the boyish blood bounded when overhead sounded . Btronc wings, the air cleaving asunder! Though hope It seemed dooming, that strident . out-booming, Like the thunder! Boys seize ehanees lightly; the rifle flashed .-. vDsigMiy, ... . Llkowhto lashosorackinc together; Next instant we noted wbere downward there " floated Just a feather I Bit I Twlxt-lree the glade walling plunged, ' .naliUvialllnff. . i . . Something dark I Bow we yelled I which bad shot him t ' Through the bare branches dashing, to earth be came crashing. We'd got him I Bow we tore through the bushes, what fallings and nusbes. Tired muscles tew strength seemed to bor row! Bow we tolled homeward proudly and planned and talked loudly Of the morrow! And, next day, what a dinner! ne'er turkey was thinner Or tougher, but that didn't matter; VY were bigoted loyal onto the bird royal On the platter! At tbe elnb to-day, dining and cautiously win ing Munh I thought of the dinners I'd eaten; Each, save that, in lu savor, its exquisite flavor - could pe Deawo. Thoogh our stomachs we pickle with sauce io tickle ,-v 1 tnaklh dlmstlon' odd humors. - - There Is naught like hunger which eomes to the younger Food consumers. . ..... There Is nothing oaa bring us tbe young blood was inns; ... . . . , , w are veterans, observant and knowing; Lite kas made us two wiser, but no appetiser Hatches growing i Ah! twits life I You remember that day In De- eembeg.y a..-.iuiriMi and drlaxllnc and murky, When, through wood fairly reeking with mist, wo wont seeking,..- r ' . v The wild turkey ' Stanley Waterloo, In Judge. Utile Viola, Little Viola wished a very large doll last Christmas, but as U was quit ex tensive she was trlven a smaller one, Playing eontentodly with It oh Christ-' mas Day.' she suddenly stopped and said: '"Mamma, 1 know why I didn't get that big doll." "Why. darling-?" asked mamma.,. " 'Cause our ohlmney's too little; San ta Claus couldn't bring the big one down. I wish he had known the way to, our front door," r) i;. s . '.' Dearer with Age. " "You seein to have' a Strong attach ment for that plij evofebat,? said . Crab ley. as they walked tbroura the .(now towards tho restauraqt where they were. Uko tholr ChrtHtnias dinnor. , "Vcs," replied Jack1, "It grows dcaror and dearer to me the more I wear It Only last month I bad to pay eighteen .r eont. Interest to set chance to wear it." Judgo. 'i f i Hardly AvmUabl 'I know I ought to be thankful to ui.. Hovaer" said Merrltt. "but I don't see how I can be," ,,..., J How's that?" asked Cobwlcrgor. "Why," roturned Merrltt, "she made me a pair of slippers that are several times too large. J uago. . Aa Appropriate Present, . Wife What aro you going to give me r a Miristmas present? Husband If youoould play oa the tIo- lln I know what I a give you. m "What?" V - -"It Is caltod a obi rest" 8mt-So, Mr. Wilts, yon need not kopej t oan never be moru than a eUter to you. m He-Kiouso me, MlM Hilts, thai donl go. It's altogether too hear Christmaa to work the sister racket on me. A NARROW ESCAPE. Christmas Story Written by a- Little GirL tOT any stray work, ma'am?" "No, and no use for tramps," re sponded Miss Mor rib, awaking from her dream of a reolpo for plum pud ding and sad med itations; for five years ago that day they had brought homo her only sis ter cold and life less, with her little orphan -daughter, and a week ago they had bad such good pudding at Mr. Lane's. "I am not a tramp; ee nere, ami mo man swung gracefully by the limb of an apple tree on to the plank sidewalk five feet distant. 'A oirous man then," was the prompt answer. (Miss Morrn neio, oirous mu at tho 'bottom of the hoap," as the say- inn- Is. and the young man's gymnastics did not impress her in his favor.) "Go away,", she continued, "skip. He turned and walked away, a strange ioo. on bis face. He murmured sometnwg; nerhaos "how blessed we mortals do.' Mlus Merrlt did not notice the look of strife and trouble on his pale face; the Miar and exDresslon of his eyes so like the one dearer to her than all else. But from Florence's sunny ohamber full view was commanded, and fooling sorrf for the man she stole out with piece of bread, uvertaKing me man av the oorner. she offered him the bread. saying: "Here, sir, please take this." He drew back, saying haughtily: "I am no.a beggarf" t But, looking into het anf t brown eves, now so full of pity, be uttered a little cry and started back: 'At last, at lastl Thank- UooT'. , j Florence was astounded. mnaaln'a o-nlden . head was orowdod With confused ideas. Aunt Hannah was AM AWTTJL LEAP. calling; she must not know; and with ber busy mind full of beggars turning Into Princes, she ran. And now before we proceed further let us examine our characters. Miss Merrlt, a maiden lady,, the eldest daughter of Henry Msrrit . When her father died, and she wasyut In mourning, news came of her sister marrying a young man, poor, yet who loved her. -She begged ber sister s forgiveness, u not ior ner for their llttlo child. . Miss Merrlt gent a letter, cold and chilling,' denouncing them all. " I am your sister, you should have asked me," she said; "a marriage of lovo, lndood; for such I have no boner. And," she continued, "I shall never love or befriend the wife or child of Horace Montgomery." And so she wrote words cold and un feeling. The plcturo painted . of his wife and his little child with golden hair did sot prevail on her. But throe years later, when they brought Helen's , little girl to her, she took the ' little orphan and promised to love ner. . w no could help It? . It was a cold winter's day tbe day before Christmas. But ahl how differ ent from the usual festlvo days, for there bad been no snow, although bleak winds bad been blowing for a week. Suddenly some one said "fire." -. : "Where?" ' ' "AttheMerrlte." Alas! too true; In a minute the whole bouse was ablaxe, The flame was creep ing higher and higher. Is everything here? Yea, thanK ion- en - . . IT UOIV U A WniM I Oh! heavens, where is she?" The words went from Up to Up. Flor ence stood hi the top-story window. "Who will venture to get her? Three thousand dollars reward." No one an swered. Oh, should the Uttle girl only be an addition at fuol to the flames? Nol Some one started f orsf ard.! It was the "tramp." He oUmbod tho ladder now he hold the child In his arms, po desconded. but all below was flamos. He sprang out of tbe way, took an awful. leap Into the apple-tree, and rn sense less to the ground. Saved l me rost no one wbe were thero remombes it but somehow they found that the tramp, Horace Montfomory, hod fared bardk hod boon In' that town and looked for work, seon his child and meant to olalrrj hor, whan he had bad ft violent attack of fever.. loan toll yon It was a happy Christmas, and also that Hannah Morrlt was very sorry she ever sold "None for tramp." Relnette Magan, in Chloago Saturday Evening llerald. i . . A Wis Boy. : "Ton going to hang up your stock ling?" s&ked the flrst "Yep; are your" "Yep. You expeot a gun?" ' ."Noap.? :.. - "A drum?" "Noap." 1 ' ' : "Amuslobox?" "Noap." ; "Whatdoyoiexpeotr . :Nothlng. Last year I expected I I iwenty-flve-doUar tool box and got noth ing but a lack knife. This year I balnt f-Si&g to expeot nothing and mebb) I'U l Est XexM poy."-ytrott Jrree great. .ill! Mdfw mm BERTHA, Hor Tlrat Seal CJiristmaa and HoW Bhe Enjoyed It (QT was a cold win- vv try doy on tbe 24th of Decem ber, and the flakes of snow were, falling thick end fast in the midst of the busy throng that surrounded the stores flllod) with ChritemaS gifts. Many of the faces wore a I cheerful, , happy look; thoughts seemed to wan dor to Christmas mm Mi if stockings and their contents, and one after another the tired Santa Clauses hurried borne laden with presents. Each seemed Intent on bis or hor own affairs and failed to notice a little girl who was Standing,' looking so longingly, so in tently, at a beautiful doll in one of tbe Store windows. A shawl of thin ma terial was closely wrapped around her shivering body, and two thin, bands tightly clasped a rag-baby hold up to the window, for even she was supposed to take an interest in the Christmaa goods. As for the little girl, every thing was so beautiful, so Dewiiaonng, that evos Jack Frost could not loroe tne Uttle figuro away from the attractive window. Dinah, however, was getting cold, for her black woolly hair was grad ually turning into a white crop, which very muoh worried ner uttie motner, "We must be going, Ulnab, dear. the said, as she tenderly tucked her baby under the shawl. "It's so awful cold. Oh, If It was only summer all the timer . . "A Christmaa without snowl" ex claimed a kind, brisk gentleman, as be rave a merry twist to her old shawL "I don't know . what you mean by Christmas," she said, as the blue eyes- met the brown onos of the stranger. "Don't know Christmas -or Santa Claus? Well, I guess you will know to morrow, as sure as I have one arm left, he said, and be looked at the empty sleeve of blue which bung In honor from bis shoulder. Then followed brlof history of the "old-time saint" A hasty address was written, and, with strong arm holding ber. close to Him self, he said: "To-morrow at half-past one. my dear, be ready, for I will come and take yoe to my home; Santa Claus always comes to my home, and you shall surely see him (Aw Christmaa. - A pair of blue eyes beamed with Joy as he told ber bis plans, and if Dinah had possessed any feeling, I am afraid ber sickness would have been much worse, owing to frequent squoezlngs, causlnz the black bead to bob up and down in excited ecstasies. She could not express ber thanks in words, but dung to him and tried to thank him as best she could. That night the story was- told to mother, and Fldo, the dog, was told again and again, and a happier Uttle girl than the one that crawled into the narrow hay bed oould not bo found In the State of Colorado. She dreamed of It, and as soon as tho blue eyes were opened to the morning, feared lost the vision should fade away. "No, it's ready true," she said, as she honced about on one leg, with Dinah dosDeratoly hanging by her arm. . It would have been all ngnt u tne stranger bad left but the words: "Be ready at half past one."- Alas, for poor Uttle Bertha! She bad no dress but one, and would have been Just as ready then as when the prancing bay horse swung the sleigh around before the door, and tho kind gentleman descended and ten derly lifted ber undor the warm buffalo robe. Prompt to the moment ana punct ual as the olouk was Mr. Bran ton, and although he did have six rosy children and the "mother-bird" (as, he called bis wife) to 'provide for at Christmas time, all o( whoso stockings must bo filled "chuck Jam to the brim, hia heart was plenty large enough to provide tor another chicle, tbe last oi wmcn re mark he made to bis wife, whose eyes at once were lull, and w&ose never luie hand was always ready to help in any direction. "We'll all make it as pleas ant as we oan for her, and show het that she can be one of Santa Claus' i, "A CHJHBTllAg WITHOUT pnOW j girls, too. Come, children," She eot tlnued, "come and help me, for I shall need much assistants.- Madge, yon oan flnUh thla feent-bag, while I ro down town for a few miscellaneous articles." "Let me no. too, mamma; I have ten oents I'd live to spend fur the little wirl," saldMahle, generously giving her last dime that she had planned to spend tor something else. Led by Mable's example, one and all, from fat llttlo Baby Balph, who toddled after his penny bank, to elxten-year-old Madge, who generously gave a quarter, eagerly contributed to the new fund. "Oh, thank you, my dears, that was truly noble, and yoa will reoeive your reward from the One who said: 'It 1 mora blessed to give than to reoeive.' Come, liable, yon oan go with me, tor I shall need vour assistance now that my spending gum la so muoh larger," ahe said, with a smile, for she only knew v J I'.t.,' "isj l;t Urn . W svt bow groat a jaciiHuri saoh no hod made wit! their unequal taienta. But timo as Hying, and "mother-bird" was in urry, so no more was said, and the big frontdoor slammed a Christmas good byo to tho shoppers. r , ' llmo's nymg and fingers, too, at tbe Brnton's,"said a friend to hor neighbor on the day following. "Evory one of 'em sjpitohlng In, and lust now I saw nine stockings hanging up at tho hearth and a new face was smiling Just as sweet as you ploaso. I do believe it Is one of Mr. Bran ton s smartpranks. , He always does find room for some stray lamb around Christmas timo." ... ' ' Yes, he is setting v$ an example. repllod her neighbor, fooling Justified In saying it, as she had invited the washer woman s boy over to her home to snare the Christmas turkey and partake of the plum pudding, which just at that par ticular moment was browning In' the oven. But I must not linger too long with the neighbors, for I gvess my read ers must be in a hurry to Uke a peep at Mr. Branton's borne. In a large room deCVed wiu.. ever greens and made dellciously comforta ble by a glowing fire of rod coals mat lighted the room in 'crimson bars of radiance, they were aU gathered to gether, apparently playing a game; all but Uttle Ralph, who was closely exam ining the artificial chimney "what San ta Claus Was doln' to come froo." -The smiles that lighted eaoh face with ChrL-ttmas happiness never- lessened throughout the evening.. Here happi ness reigned, and if the goddess or hap piness had bestowed her rlohest blessings on the Uttle circle their hearts could not have overflowed any more than they did on (hat Christmas eve is the home of Mr. Branton. A curtain of creton, vailed nine rather bumpy looking stockings that bung by an artificial fire-place, back of which was a door through which the mysteri ous Santa Claus was to convey his Christ mas treasures and Join In romp with the children. Most of tbe children had Implicit faith in the well-known Bt Nick. Madge, Mabel and Olio, who were the three oldest, had rather gone back on the old man, And now played his part themselves. In the "mother- EX DI8PL1TZP THKat AXX. , bird's" room, where suoh long meetings were held (consultation lnoluded) that the smallor ones could hardly imagine what could be going on, bnt at last their minds were set at rest by Willie, who uajd he thought they were writing let ter to Santa Claus. . . It was the euston of eaoh one to write a letter to Santa Claus, from papa down to little Ealph, whose numerous wants were ohanted In mamma's ear, who took particular care to note each one, even though the majority of them were rather outrageous, suoh as "toy monkoy what's blgger'n Uncle Tom's homo.". - v Amidst the Joy and laughter, when excitement reigned among the children, Mr. Branton slipped quietly 'way. In the midst of an exoitlng game the sound of a bell came from somewhere In the region of the artificial fire-place, and llttlo Ralph droppod hi toy blooks and looked up at Madge with such a happy, exoltod look that she kissed the flushed chocks and said: "Yes, you llttlo rascal, Santa Claus is coming." Hure enoug-h, bounce! bang! slamt came a Jolly-looking Santa Claus down a quoer sort or a obimney, ana aitor a vigorous attompt at blowing his nose, dcbcrtood his long and tedious Journey to the excited audience who were listen ing with noiseless anxiety when tbe woll-known voloe of the smallest mem ber of the assembly broke the sllonoe by saying: "0, Santa Claus, did you get my letter?" "Get vour lotterl Let me aeo," he said, aa he fumbled around In the large, roomy pocket and fished ont a rather crumpled piece of paper, with Ralph's letter written on it, in tne aoiioawj handwriting of the 'mother-bird." "Did you get mine, too?" asked ono and all of the children, as the exolte- ment began to deepen, lie displayed them all, even Bertha's that had been sent off In such a hurry. Then one bv one. Santa Claus handed outthewell-flllod stockings, and oh, how mysteriously beautiful It did seem to one'of the little girls present, who oould 'uiaf t. ...nniiit inn tu mam a ,.wootki.son his forehead and whlspel In his car that she loved him and ha crtnlil oome to her house inoxt year, The promise that sha received, as woll as UU the beautiful presents, made her so happy that she would fain run home, and toll moher all about It before it strata Vi rniitrK Ahl yes, dear readors, It did theni all gocd, and mado' them feel happy to think that their sacrifices 1ad made a Merry ChrlBttua for thU UtUe girl, and their hearts really felt the words "God loveth a ctH'Tful giver." Thla kindling of brotherly love In their hearts did not blaxe for a short time and then die out, but burned steadily, till the dingy brown house blossomed ymlor the care of more than one llttlo hand, and more than one sad heart brightened from the remeny brenoa of Ilcrtha and ta Christmas Eve, when they all learned bow muoh a eacrlflctng eot and tbe helping band oontrlbuU to the happiness of the heart. And the beautiful words of the Bavlour echoed through their mind! "Inasmuch a ye have done it onto ons of tbe least of these, my brethren, Tw have done It unto Me." Kate Tinker, In N. V. CUorvar. The genuine HoFarlandjlll, and the only genuine McFarland pill sold in Wellington, Is to be bad at Dr. J. w. Houghton's drug store. This medicine will positively cure cbronlo and InilHiiinmtory rheumatism nnd neuralgia, chronic mulurla, dyspepsia, slok headache snd all diseases of the liver and kidneys. Will also cure catarrh, scrofula, salt rheum and all diseases caused by Impure blood. It Is one ol the best blood and liver remedies known, puri fying the blood, creating a healthy action of the liver and kidneys, heuce It eradicates those diseases from the system. Those wbo suffer with any of these diseases have only to try forthemselves to be convinced of its great merit. Kvery box guaranteed. Price 111 per box, or six for $.1. i'llty days treatment In eacnoox. Be sure you gt tne genuine, manu- factured only by Dr, I V by Dr. C. II. McFarland. Olierlln. Ohio, and sold ii Butler by Oeorge Kehrer, druggist. Hhould any one desire they can orairuirect irora Dr.O. H. McFarland. Uberlln. where all orders will receive prompt attention. Head two 2-oent stamps for sample box free. ueware oi a iraua in uenoa. vuio. - - ' NxwLohdoh, 0., Aug. 1st, Dr. 0. H. MoFarland.Oberlln. O.i Dui Sis 1 Inclose you money for which please send me three boxes of your excellent flits. We can hardly keep bouse without hem. Address me bere a I am here tempo- oiiia. ihwuvuliiiiiy, KKV.W.B. FARRH. . 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Successor to , WHITNEY ABBOTT Carpenter Block. Welllnctoa.O ilLES; SsientlncComoiM Swass Treatmtat for Pllsa, aad all dlseassaof the Rsctaaa u el kail or llgsiure. Kr.j mm. with tb pstlsst's ordinary dutle and practically painless. A. as.te 1:30 r.m. I IX. III DSOX, ni ATWATCst BL0a..rLEVELA3l. Loose's Bed Clover Pills Curs Hick Headache. Dyleila, Indigestion Constipation! 8flcjr box; 8 boxes $1 Fur ssle by Frtd Felt iNXAiro rrnrittTt FHESEnaTlVL RECTAL DISEASES A thorouihrr teed and wbeteenaa preparatlor ' - far arrestKif fannitUan, enelilinf one la ken.. HoLsMrklloc elder tbe year arnaad. H ibe wierke els venrs, al 4 Is liMloreiMl hr Uk ands who have uMdU. IllliorotixlilrelartnM.aail Imparla do fimita Uote. fut up la bniee omHtl ed lor tt and m-all. pukairea, reuailruretKeu-j M eta. SoM by diMU.-rv. or tnat by mail ea p-nhn U price. INMAN SitO I, Paaiuourr, Akme.O. sold by r. d. rn. ' t i