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," A .'J'"' h i v - - TlVATi I). t; ' V TV.. "IB .-- "7. '0 .. i:r.l V.:::; . . the I"K.rr:rr ll.r.i Illinitlf Ilc-.r t!. 1-7 the Tlr-rtu j .' :p II; f: r -!!.-Uritycr.d p! - . ri!;lr;: cl M.:. I -j A VccI.ly Journal Coveted to tho Vcrisua Intcrccta cf Iron Ccunty. Crystal Falls, Iron Countv, Mit:iin;.x, SATuiti)AV, I)i;ci:Mi!KU 3, r When the honeymoon Is over and acquaint ance molds tho lover to a nenso of sober fitness and the seamy-sided md ; When the plow has left the fever and he turns an unbeliever, how ho wonders ay he lenders on the frailty of Ideal ! Then ho,Kes It Is tlie fiishlon, for tho will ing heat of passion, to benumb to tem per frigid In osseH.slon' heedless eight. "When his ardor terms a question, of his low ers of diction, or which of them retir ing Bhall put out tho vexing light. "When tho I'cnedlet lies thinking, with his reers slyly blinking, at his better half who shivers with an unproductive ire, She discerns through coughs and sneezing, with tlie mercury at freezing, that afleo tion all depends on who constructs the kitchen lire. rUNCTIMOUH. Dual rertonalltlrft In tho Trnnaactlon of Kvery Day tulncii. A gentleman in a suburban town went to call upon a lady whoso family occu pied one-half of a doublo house. Tho front doors of tho two parts opened upon the same stoop. At ono of tho doors tho gentleman pulled tho hell. Tho door was opened by a servant, who answered tho Inquiry for Mrs. 8 by directing the caller to tho other door. The visitor then turned to tho hell-pull on tho .adjacent door-post, and in a few moments that door was opened by tho same servant, who solemnly replied to v the second inquiry regarding- Mrs. S hy Faying that tho lady was not at home. This Incident is matched by another ihat took place in Vienna rather moro ihan matched, in fact, for tho person who played two parts in tho comedy had a ipecial mood and temper for each part. "My friend was in Vienna," says a traveler. "Ho had taken from hero a letter of credit on ono of the best-known banks, and ho wanted to draw on it. Ho sought 'tho agency of tho bank in JVicnna. Ho walked into an olllco which (Xhadabig barricade in front of a long desk and two small holes cut for the convenience of customers. Ho walked up to tho first of them. A man came up. lie handed tho letter Of credit to him. Tho man looked at it and said, very gruflly, 'Next window.' "My friend went to tho next window, a man came up, took his letter of credit, looked at it, mulled pleasantly, and said, 'That's all right. How much do you wish to draw, sir' "It was tho cUco Chronicle. samo man." &in Fran- KASHA mimiTKNEIV Native' Wit Alvtny the lint Ally In the Time of llineijjency. A lino show of bravery Komctimcs docs as eilcctual scrvico as tho courago which is conscious of having practical defenses at its, back. A bravo blast of trum pets will often cause a citadel to capitu late, even in these modern days. An American traveler whilo returning Nme at nightfall through ono of the bs of Paris suddenly encountered e-looking fellow who, stepping n, demanded his monoy. Wrican replied by clapping a Ms assailant's head and then, an recoiled, seizing him by tho 'd shouting for help. A police Vnlng to bo within hearing tho secured and. brought up for on tho next morning. had he been sentenced when Irato turned sharply upon tho i, asking, "Monsieur, havoyoua Vcarry firearms t" Ven't." tst lino you for having that Possession." S any lino for carrying a ot 1)0 tired ?" istol ay to Urlrht. Stendcd that r repair." snv with a cry of r been so easily v always ro ne on which "Vn. Youth? Jna are x!erry Sit . 'A 18S7. Thanksgiving J).- . ' recent date In that """""" oa tho old pUntallo, corresponds to it wn -y7-. ( Kvcrybodyonafa.LJ j JL'O Aovemucr, espcciau he is a good manage" gathered and snugly winter's fctorms In bar.E OETWCEfJ rick. Tho hard work o- only the stock tofeed, on a wet day, com to hu ally a load to be driven ti landing. Thn farmer no in snug chimney cornel WOfltl, wun jus pipe, ana watciiv , , 4 . nM curl .round his lead, 'ft,. ory logs In tho great llro-rt loudly as though they we their fingers in derision of of tho storm outside to rende uncomfortable, ai long 03 tl and llamed on the hearth. In tho great field the corn hr on close to tne grouua ana right In stacks to dry. It. I . conumon warrants, mo 6iacKJn( to pieces, tne ears, puiica ol stalks are laid thickly on frame work of poles, t ing a fodder-house, impervio or rain; then the tired oxen always looks tired to me) haul which Is thrown in the foddc await tho occurrence of a hu val. This generally took ph latter part of November, who j 1 JUL l-JLJL-i 1 AHOUT THE CITY. rrr.M.s uvs down amh wuiirr in THK HIAMONU MULL The tUtu 'j I iirurftnt'iur ut tt'urk tlflr XtiiiUt u ml 3taiuTlnrtft iW t iou Tir.lIiM Mr-tluyA 1'nrrtrtll J'urtlthl ltn. -. MijHlht if Si r ! r i"rt'th uth of Sir. Tlf. ialtarin,t Xut iiultrttThr ttrtc Tim i'urtt ' h u n ft i'h i . ir, ana, win trive SI'h worth I - Fair tin the niJMWer. inent tstoek of into confhh nee, but the mrpr; ; t; . .. . Jjuknon mh very complete and i;'..'ar ' i1h? surpiiMTH no end of anuiM isir:jt, ; a Mirpi ie wan in btoiv lvv hi.- .otim::!. sil Tlie ladit-K of the oarty tol: ho! I and Hnvnd a table with t!: i;outl thin (thev h:ul brought and v.Ij.'u all wan ,ith I m(Iv Mr. ami Mrn. .IaeK'a m re wvetv inauilicent Silver water wrvice attaehsil to which wan a caul Uaiitu: tl- nana of the tiven. the inajoiity la-ins in at-', tendaiav. Mr.i. L. Woodwiath made avetvhttiti pie-entatiia addieKH and! Mr. j'ackMtii leiaauhNl iili a jaora-ion ; of thanks to their many friend- imhImi-U- , wiliers, hut Mr, .lack-on wan romphde Iv ovei'-eone a ud eoidd only thank her! iki'.ir fi i. tKiM ltv li.uhitiL' at t heia one nller t: nri :itlv rrtu: p:nvb::-r.lo::- of tl. -i;:;;iU- at a ' :vat eot ; t tock o! t;.: very 1 i::;ivh;::.' picture. Ilii r.v.d ( iei.Jiirtr.h! ' plat -a n ;tl lihen 4t a te. caliitu oa him. lie I have you make u tall."' 1 to ; ! .. I ;. he :rr.:aent .) a I.:-.- vr.d hi: ;m: a i I 'Ki iili. r hi tliir4 w ill lx ff illlld .. i.,t ii 41,, nnot her in lilatilc auian im 4 tt ........ i.,.. n .. liiI,. her ti-ar wet even. 1 he lmu -syh oiu J I ilvii y i"ll " """r- ..... r ------- - . .. 11.1 i :u i to t!w miiiii i'niw rrlat niter wlneti tht hoard of MipervioiH of iron e.ainty at tijevi i.in was ynjoyahly Ment in hhmI ineetia to Ik' hehl f V tlmt Ixxiy, cou ei luou. i;ain- ,i .... ,v.,a,j! wun not until ailer nnonizai nu-v im: il i.tunili mi v"vn? ,i - -- - - .. r, in.st., lor an or- party nunc nu i m hum o.,v ,wi . Ti'NevTiiiU'i'an!." Tiier.' W titae card ot tho rt.'ua'o tV Noi t!i-Vttetn llailroad wt nt iut i-rr.rt hit Sudiiv. hut the ehaii in thin regular in and for nt throuuh ariivul and t epartuiv of traiiiH at thin sdidjuMieeHxt, me very dnht. l.ase,e, IlilllllnVnlH'UMIlM'MlUMIih ' and jroes to J'owerH, thene to Watei'--m v t whae it trmaiuM oer ni;ht. Th' Wntor-meet pasM-nr train ruiH to 1iw't and then here, anivine at i:oi ei-htli day or IKevinU r, m.st., lor an or- l"".v !U " V " 'V u, " 'V ' . k I t veni.i. m that the (YyMnl I all y "ir !! 1 ? ?M 1 "i : 'i h a ? wi,. yt yv-r train. uei tne iouowjti iHN'iiiMi v'fiuui; mo. ji . , . j .,- nate. The freuht anc aec(uinnooata)u villas to U na.iKii tlu villaKe of (Vyntal abundance of pro.iHa itv in I h. i v ' . mrvt H hAe at 12:1.', and departn KhIS;, the aid territorv Uinluouth- home 1 he name of. . Ih k ; 1 ho . nlternatin-4TlaM ....,...,...fki..Atw.,ntvv7nTv.tiNOitw after li)etuej at thejOMdviu e i.T V. : " . v , ;;:HVVaVt;Vof;;cH.n twn,to,,,, tn.n!(.ife; T$ ;ut, - ;k - norfi, tv.Kt ..aaHeAof Mvthai twenty- ifo .eiiuMi.v ate: .lohuMawoti and u l" . tbe eilit, and wet ion lUirthla.nt lillUIH'l' 1 ... twentv-ntne, towti.-nip 0 01 forty- b'owley, llev, F. O. .loner and wile, .lohn thnn. north of lanpe tljit tytw wet, U- 1 ''iV'11 V" l'i ins in the towii-hip hi Crtal Fnllrf. 1 (.?. (J J uiinpl U and wjfe apt. don lock- t. .1111 k! it,, of M ii'l ii:r:i n. a ft 1 atMl Wue, . M. .wkiuou unu ur, (:. S. Henry lint I wile, .Mix. 1. 1 . mown, ttwartz eortntx"'. '11 -,'T. J iil-irillllZlltlOIl Will lK i 1 U - vr... .. 1 .1. F. lfil!u Id and wife. .1. U. c ihGtiiZtvt that it villa to ami wife, (J. I. Voolwoilh, Ir. A. A s& Wk Vi abM.lute n.e. K-itv. Metcall and wile. .Mr. ami .mih. Jhckhoii 'Ait"Vtvvuii the immti will depart for- th-ir taw home twhi.y. l-muciAn.HvK men of the town j They have lon? vn . n-sn -ntH of ( rvtal i ., ..vw 4.. ti,;- Fa l and wi U ha Iv inld by u larr.'? lafKU F MHUn t't n,( tp Mio.h vinr, - .... DIAI10IJD CHIPS. larking gtrat tV- m 'lUh aml VViV.y ux' Hero Velv 'Nlkel ly tlioo wlio laid it1y hlind to their own in an,)it now that their eyes have ),tuHl they have iHToine the very fiind moMt aitleut wtnkeiK and oimr ail in their nowrr t aid the 1 t . eircie 01 iricuu. ont(KAhi:n sfiiools. J'rjtt for llf M"uth J :Trr, . l WW '11 ; V: i V-' 1 'oiKHv .Vi inir..t.o,,tipehrtion; infacta l or4 , of..; VvcjR men mv ..nv I i ! , j.f '-atU(llrt hchool'iiier. ' if MCv VJ W iV-- ulaketitg ? j1' vXJ, n 'I'numis along the street, , , A ' :V$f " ' Mm'S an cnonnoua 'rj'plainly read tfio hlstfy of every :CV- 'V i'" ' with' " moral disease Mu . Al "O-br V the faces of tho " V-vM r'' ifr) ' pa.ssers-by." - Vtk. A learned jurist VP 4fC whodledinlVnn- . J sylvania lately Il .r,; -':' z : ' . V held himself .i).! -tfrrrr . m,'Kl,,,!,,); al0ff f it'"'(Vil ' " V-t7-: .';" ' v'' vl1! froinill the world I i lh f?Vj LVi'trU' J ;N'a:-VVv mediate family. ,! '. i ri'1 -3 A.YvA O 1fiflfV7iM ') ) not choose that W nrlW i S temper written on M ffi i rMi TtV VfS ''y-lM AWW one could misread 7i i WW IH nis character. It r- lUl -4 ivhr i v(yv-S' oh5 i I -Hen roll tloh rr-tul to hitl r: quent ' of the $-. mr''t RtMKls tho The largest itKKortmrttt or AM. IS now on exhibition at Max, clothier m. ' Sleigh in splendid. For line ihawl.H ko to Max. New htock o! cotet at Max. ChriHt man t hive weeks from to-iuon ow. Fahhemcre at wven crntH per yard at Max. . , Liok at Krtkil'M hhow pietun at the lwt oillco. -'t- . Dr. Metcalf Mild one at his In ! to 1). lhinnermau. Another mawpierade U talketl.of foe the near future. If you want a bargain in cloaks go to .Max, the clot liter. ! IncoinniL' t)aiwiisT xrain niv i nmiini W son to their InlleHt capacity. took ad)- When ,ople will actimlly tap an t-tlit- a it was or'Hwoodpilealln.H fall. - ing In her ' Sheet iuumc Kiveir away with Ih. hotel. Tlj TVhillinjj'H cotsetM at Max, tlir clothier h. writer of t. (Jenuine Hon I hkin cap, at' extr-or- engAging, itlitiixJow, lLU'lilbx, tlie clothu t'n. KngltWto' tho tips of her lingers. Vrtevn pay the beginning of tho acquaint c'..ilnr' herO of Jules Grevy and DanlenVil.Hon. ; gentlemen would have listened e j kind o' cat h!.:: credulous astoniHhmcnt had th : iXv d ar ru;- ' told that, within less than ten ye!.." ' would become the President Oi , Rj i -m, . French republic and tho other his, u a tartie o! in-law. , 1 When. Marshal McMahon rcs(c:n . . . . lllllll illhUu' n : iSt(i T (IrAvv rna ulnnf nl lrJiiiiitt the French republic, and it Is said ho paired to tho Palais do l'Klysee, like " certain former President of the Unluu 1 5 was about finished. When tho day ar rived the corn wai thrown out of tho foddcr-houso in a great heap (a fine day being always chosen), and it was husked In tho open air. As fast as tho covering of husk was removed from the t ar it was placed in a basket to bo taken to tho barn. Tho husks wcro also carefully kept to stuIT mattresses. Therein con siderable labor attached to husking a largo lot of corn, but where a great many people take it in hand it is soon done. Fho negroes regarded a corn-husking as a gala day, nnd not only our own hands participated, hut they flocked from neighboring plantations. As the lines of restraint w ere sensibly slackened on- such an occasion, all enjoyed themselves. Our huskings wcro very popular, partly because wo wcro reputed to treaty our negroes well, and partly and ' largely I expect because we always gave the huikers a good supper and allowed them tho uso of tho threshing floor for dancing or any other amusement they might select. Tho husking began In tho afternoon and tho participants mine In largo numbers. Old uncles, gray headed, always replying to an inquiry about their health with "On'y tollable, boss;" ac;ed auntie, their heads protected by a red ham'l- rchlcf worn turban fashion, and all of ihem victims to that prevalent negro malady, "mls'ry in do back." Athletic young men came, l'oo, their black faces shining with ex pectation and their Ivory teeth gleaming ween their thick Hps as they smiled bowed to "mapsa." Ilellcs of tho -tcr carno also, coquettishly tossing "Meads at somo compliment vouch vy an admirer, while last but not no a host of pickaninnies, of all xi and colors, apparently as much In tho pport as their elders, "-.is Jn a great heap, and the bacon and cabbage also inv ited assault; many dishes of boiled hominy and ash cako ad Wntuvx occupied tho rest of tho space. How they did rati Their faces fairly glistened as they swal lowed huge pieces of fat meat or sopped their cakes In tho greasy gravy. Amid this dc structlon of comestibles there was plenty of time for laughte banter and jest. After supper tho boards an benches wcro cleared away un Uncle Jack Crawford, armc with a fiddle, becomes a proml nent personage. In a moment a tempting jig flowed from the catgut and the dancing commenced. A few did not danco ; they were deeply religious, or had been "saved" at tho recent hush-meeting. It is strange that as soon as a negro "gets religion" ho abhors a fiddle; any other instrument may pass, hut tho flifdlc ap pears to contain tho very csner.ee of Satan. Uncle Jack Crawford was tho fiddler of tho neighborhood, and so deft was ho with tho hon-e-halr that somo pious old men averred that they had Seed Jack Crawford lay dat fiddle on do table an It jest keep on a-playln' with out nobody a-techln' It." Tho principal cxhorter at tho bush meetings was a very black negro named Sam Harlow, llrer llarlow had declared In a forcible sermon that a Christian would run from a fiddle "lust as ho would from do debblo hUself." Hence we doubted as to llrer llurlow gracing our husking with his presence, for ho was awaro dancing would bo indulged in. Uncle Hilly quelled my uneasiness on tills point. "J)ar am no fiddle," said he, "an' dar am no debblo kin skcar Sam Harlow from a good supper, chile, now mark." States to tho Capitol at Washlngtonv' elmply and without the slightest ostenta tion. Ho has filled that illustrious posi tion to tho satisfaction of tho great ma jority of .his countrymen. Since his ele vation to tho 'supremo head of affairs President Grcvy has been obliged to modify his former blmplo life while a Paris advocate, but he gladly escapes from the city to spend his vacation at La (Jrangerie, his ancestral homo in tho Jura. Hero lie is an early riser, and by six o'clock may bo seen tallying, forth, wearing a blue shooting Jacket and carry ing a gun on his shoulder. As ho goes along ho stops every now and then at tho door. of a cottage " to have a moment's chat. Such familiarity makes him a sort of an idol among his humble neighbors, all of whom regard him as tho fdeal presi dent of a real republic. AMKIUCAN 1I1UDM, I i I- was open to every parser-by. "Know thou, O I young man, that for all thrso things Cod will bring thee into judg ment," layB the preacher. Not Deforc Him alone, but before every man who looks upon the marked face. ICxcJtattfje. No HootMit-k. Tho Cincinnati Chamber of Commerco has decided that bootblacks are not eligible to membership. And yet 'tis not exceeding ttrango That ork will en0 abolish. For Cincinnati's rogues on 'change" Object to men "of j olish." Threw th lUIOut. At a recent lire a mother throw her two hahes our. of thu third-f-tory window to savo them. The only consistent peqirel to such a jH-rformanco would be to carry tho wiudi pitcher and mirror carefully down the ttalrs and di-twsit them tenderly tion a soft fKt on tho lawn. The Arlheltrr ZUunrjt tho organ of the Aiwtichi.-t.4, HnteMhat the American govern ment is administered under the au.tpiecHof Jay Could, uiit'erbilt, it id. This is nn in din et way of faying that they do le t take any tin: in it. SurecM Met With In Introducing Them Into IJnglitiHl. In a recent letter to the London Tlme$ tho Duko of Argyll says: Tho Amer. ani have tried to Introduce our skylark into their country, and there are several American birds which would bo an interesting addi tion to our own. In the autumn of 1853, I procured about twenty living srdmens of tho red-winged American starling, or marsh black bird (AnjtUilut phanicnu). They were kept In confinement during tho winter of 1.NH.VN1, and were liberated in the spring of rwNl, when insect fod had become abundant. tuvy wrromfn ior eomo wccks ailcrward ioi nt!.; : fhe ca't '. V Ci ; jn nd tu: i . ! K:i'::rl I - 1 4) apparently well able to mako their living, f , ' Hut they subsequently entirely disapiK nrcd, A J and It would be curious o know whether f any of them have teen seen in Ki)g!and o-' :-' clnewherein Kurope. llecently the man wh. auenuetio xiieni in capttvjty eaw hero .;irtyof five of them feHliAgon tholwrU of tho mountain ash. This looks like familiar party n pair and three young ono ir so, they may bo established in Luropo Ihey would bean IntenNtingailditlon to out native blrle, from their liveliness and hand fcime plumage. Ktchangt. Cihattljr Proof, For years Indian arrow-heads have been found in audi numbers on tho shores of Itanium lake, In Connecticut, that anti quarians thought that a battle must have been fought theru once. Recently worker dijying there found corroboration of the bat tl theory in tie form of bone. of men mi eloi with rare Indhiu weap.ms. Aj pan t:;iy the nn-n bad ben buried in a fining p- ture. nnd one grave, If its tuiu'sually larri collection of wen.ns; Indicated thRtitsor cupai.t had been a dmf cr mighty warrior. A, we think of tho mi!',.r tH of C'-Uateral h. '. f-,:.'?-tf5ioti one wonders how th ." r mi t in ,,('.iould." i:.: i'A '