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The Telegrau-Hemld nusr stoats vcnsaxss :i3i .ISO CltVtl aaaa run loucuniox. DAILY a4 C3IDAT.ft'fcTa-.s00 OAI1I M4 ftCXDAY. TkJTM tatae ICIOAT, Oa Ttar , , . -0 irxx Jus 7,000 Cariatiau Indians will aatcmbl at Kami oops, & Tillage ia British Columbia, to consider educa tiOu.2 and ether matters pefUiri?? to civilization. Tiu weather for Lower Mieiisia Trill be generally fair; alightly warmer; southeasterly winHs; winds, inoir or rain on Friday. For Uppr Michigan; occasional snows, southeasterly TTlndJi warmer ia eastern. Scholar aad historians from si! parts of the United States are gathered in Washington this week to attend the meeting of the American Historical sooty. rre-:niriett anions them is a. Michigan man. President James B. Anell of the university scbjlar, jour nalist, statesman. - Scuooi. statistics for 1S30 s'aox that nearly 20 per cent of the total popula tion of the United States are enrolled as pupils of tha public schools. Twenty years ao the enrollment was 17.32 per cent. This increase U due to tho fact of the opening up of public schech ia the south. It is a matter of interest, and perhaps alarm, that a decreafto of 4 jer cent is noticed in tho enrollment in the northern states. Reasons for this may be found, in the great increase of private and parochial s:ho!, m the tendency not to seud.children to school at to early aaag as formerly; in the fact that so many youn children arc i employed la workshops and factories, and that larz families born of Ameri can parent are the exception, rather than tho rule. At a recent conference of the princi pal trans-Atlantic steamship compa nies, a uniform route was decided upon for ail steamers going from Ncvr York to Jdrerpool, and another for those Koingfrom Liverpool to New York. ( Heretofore the various companies have sent their steauicra oner different -routes, and for that matter hardly two 'steamers of th auia compauy hare taken just tha same track. Extreme .variation in th tracks has been tho re sult, some gom far south to avoid the "fogs oil the banks," the icebergs and other danjers of the trip, while otheri hare made it a ralo to go the shortest way, irrespective of any thine; end everything aavo getting thero in the shortest time possible. Ths tracks agreed upon by tho conference are tho safest courses which the combined vri: dom and experience of the lines repre sented could sugst. It would seem that this measure would greatly lesson the danger in ocean travel. Hundreds of vessels are sailing the Atlantic -11 the time; if all go over tho same or nearly the same route, the chances for help, in time of distress, are increased many fold. OUR riCST MR tit, SUIT. Feter Boss, through his attorney, Frank L. Carpenter, has began suit gainst the TcLCQaaM.ilKsaLDfor libel, placing damages at $10,000. This action is brought became of the publication of an article m this paper October "". The article in question charged Toss with absenting himself from his place of business and from the city and tak ing with him somo $100 or more belong ing to the firm of I'ou A Bart, ia which F.os was a partner. The story was published on Sunday morning when Boss had been away from town since the previous Wednesday. The story was published in gooi faith as nswi, and for no other purpose, and was ob tained in part from Mr. IUrr, his partner, and, in soma details, of their clerk. Mr. Earr claimed not to know of Boss whereabouts and evidently believed that he was out some money. Afterward Mr. Jot returned to tae city and b:i mysterious disappearance was accounted for. He cow brings suit for big damajs. fair lit mrnacTibAaLC. The demand of the peoples' party for lz per cent loans on land security is very enticing an t will no diubt In re xnaoy to this fair but impracticable measure, iuettions as to its feasibi lity are answered w.ts Aladdin-like as surance, but regard.e. cf loic. If land values were fix;! or could be then the solution wonld b si rr.nl ifVd, tui the values cf i'andt are i.ol lis cd, nor can they be; farm ia th Now Eng land state which t ar soli as hgl as one hundred dollars pr acre cm now it bought for twenty-five dollars per .acre, or actually less than the intrinsic value of th; impv"vment; far mi hers in Michigan, while generally ina'ntam icg their values arxi even inerr;ig them, have not h'drn n; th? m' rssy be aerbd cf Iirnn in othrr . siatr . not excepting th states bcrd-ir the Misiisppi. Urban property :ir.creasef or dwam ia value with every change of imporVmcc, trie buiM- irg cf a manufactory or the bnrmris of one, the acquisitiott of a ra.lwsy, the depenirg ot,a" river channel, thed.s eovery of a valuable dpoit, ev?a tha essr.ee of iU 1ni.trn are all factors In ideterminipg the chanceful val is of 'city, town and v;Hg property, ileariy ilhenthe urban population caiM cot .share in th bnetiu to be dTiv?i from ithus meanre,nd the farmer con!d cnty hoc ti rliie it after inter nin able diJScuitles in f. sing reaieoable f air bad e of val i ha i been overcome. The inevitable defeat cf th nsnfe, JelayM b t'Ats po-at wiiid thn N f'Mtii ia a wb:cH at 11 w-jut ! rerrc$'Jton?y pftemtse ofaan- atisfyutg Yaluatioa. A 'measure whicii would secure special fceuefiu to our class aud uot to ail, ual it be an luduatry of catioual tporunca, ruuit of necessity be hurtful in in effects. The farmers who alone mlht hope U benefit by sucu a uxeature, are as a j Ciaa respect! and favored alxite other class; if their labor be bard their seasons of rest are cone tueUiJ ured, field, forest and stream c&n soire together and tive thtra of na ture's bounties. Whatever they haui to market has a value, and the ready cash awaits their hands. This is not the caso in any other trade or profes sion; the day laborer, the artisan, the profea.on. mau, ruust each await th caprco of soaiethiug for his daily bread, and triough gifted with brawn, or skilled in his trade, or profound iu his profaion, may be and often i cupelled to beg tor the privilege oi working in his chown fitld. jf ATioxaL uaxKUurr la.it. There is no doubt in ths mind of the great majority of the members oi congress that a national bankrupt law 'jb one of the pressing necessities of thr day. The only reason that such a law is not already iu effect i becauuof the failure of thd members of prsviou houses to agree on the details of the measure. Every year the demand for it ofcomes more imperative. Millions of dollars are lo$t every year to hones, creditors because there is no uniform bankrupt law. No two of tho forty four states of the Union have like law for the collection of debts. Inmost states, there is either partial or entire freedom for the debtor to prefer credi tors. Under a national bankrupt law no judgment or preferred claim of any kind could be maintained unless put upon record six months before bank ruptcy. It would give authority to creditors to prefer bankruptcy against debtors wheu tho facta warranted such a measure. It would establish a uni form method for the payment of debi? in every pari of the Union. It would be a great help to all honest business men r.iio find thcmjclves overwhelmed with bankruptcy, in that their credi tors secured by the uniform law, would be more willing to give them a chanci to start in life again. It should be one of the lirst ac's of congress to frame a bill thnt can meet the approval of both houses. scitrnisED. The decision of the court of appeal? at Albany wis a surprise to the repub licans of that state, if not to the demo crats as well. Ty the decision the democrats obtain complete control ol the legislature, and can follow their own sweet will in all proceedings as they did ia Lansing last winter. They were given the benefit of every tech nicality, and in the cat j of Sherwood who received lJOO mare votes than hi democratic opponent, he is counted oui because be held some minor office con trary to the laws of the state. In com menting ou the decision, tho New York Tribune says: "We file no ap peal; we bow to the court of the last resort, in the rectitude of whoso inten tions we have entire confidence. That we arc disappointed goes without say mg; that we are firmly convinced that the outcome of the decisions, conced ing that it is a good law, is neverthe less fraugTit with ilagraut injustice to the voters of the districts in question, also goes without saying. The major ity of the electors ot those districts will be unrepresented in the aext senate, and that fact stands for a grave out rage upon popular government place the responsibility where you will. "As for tho action of ths state board cf canvassrrs in acting upon the fraudulent Dutchess certificate when it was at liberty to substitute the truo one in its (lace, little ne 3d be said. It is not wise to cry over spilt milk. Hut one or two remarks may profitably b made just now by republicans to repub licans for the benefit of the republican cause in the future. Nominating con ventions can not bo too particular in the discharge of their duties. It was incumbent upon the convention which nominated Mr.S'ufrwoodiUtheTwsnty seventh district to t? sure beyond a par adventure that he was elrgible before deciding to run him. The faIura to ob crv thnt precaution cot us a senate district. The result of tha contest is also weil cslculated to teach republican county clerks whoIeome lossonu' If the proper care had bcn etcrcisea in the dislrib.ilion of the balloti In the twrnty-fifth district it rould not have lallcn ml th-j bands of tho Demo crats. One oilier rema.k. Tho lots ot the legislature may easily turn out to hai worked tJ tie sdvantigeof the r?pulIican.of New York. It is well calcified f bring Idem clorf to gether, aid to inspire thm with a tlott rniinat.o i an to organic and work Ihst the unearned and disgraceful tri umph of the:r opponents shall be cf short duration. ' 3n catsE ion aunw. Tn Chii r trouble is developing in ta b srl'i i remedy. "H day the saucy littl" r1; n'-Te l? represented as pio?el;Cg in ti? dust, w!v! I'ncie Sjtn tfimi upon her w;th a pstroniz in; and forgiving smite. Th next dsy the attitudes are chanxeJ. Chili is rampant, bristling and rdy to fiht at the drop f the hat at any oth?r con vrnifnt article. Undo Fani is rrpie inted ss hitching tip h's t misers aed reachia for h;s gun; Frfcs.dent Har rison is red-headed and rVcretary r'sin ptxfpfe with rag. Tht chang i:g coid tons are n at sll alarming when thy ara nnderstoJ. On eov,Tt of the wtdt separation cf the twv r.atHtf commnniratn is slow and diplnmatf5 matter always move with d I, b ration. WaU,BVn is full ot correspondents who are thr. t.i c.ft the neTt, The puH e d4ma!ls omth ;rg sVit i Isih etry dsy, and at most f the days sr nTaUul i'jt correspoodtut mustjfak something. So be nr gi thehaugcJcn peace and M ruber of the cabinet are bcsUd Uing. Before lit. Blaine ventures out cpoa te street he sends out scout to ace if any correudeuts or report ers r in sight. Then be ventures forth, aad by some magical influ ence every stock, stone and hitcbiny pols lexemes an animated inUr ro tiioa po:nt with a sharpened penci. a its hocktd ciaw. The secretary tus!ead of eiiarj(ig upu them u ill a iufc, wave them away wit;, the saiile of a ChiittUu martyr. Seventeen corresnondents in terpret the gesture, 'A!as! Our de mands axe rejected; we must fight." they immediately t ire it to ail parts v.: he couutry. The secretary blow hit no, and corretpondenta uy: ,lla! ia! Uiaiue bs sounded the tocsin o' ar.' Sothacouatiy is again electn .itd. This fever of unrest is surd tu toitione until peace and tranquility ire assured, and tlicu the crxtt.!er must find some other fensatioa. JINGOISM. No sooner hal the pres dispatcher aunounceil tho j robaUe peaceful solu tion of our Chilian troub'c than tin democratic press ct up tho cry oi jiuco. If Secretary lilaine ha l-e?i itle through OTilomacy to avert uireateued connict ana tnertuy in sured pcce, sired millions of irets lire, assured the )uiet enjoyment cJ private pk-perty tnd returned io anxi ous wives and iunoeeut children theii latural protectors unharmed, thei jingoism is no longer a term of appro bri'im, a subject for caricature, but tha embodiment of a principle a. worthy enduring fame, ss has bccoxi hotitie "Yankee" first derively ap plied to our continental soldiery by tin English, or the term "abolitionil" with which such noble characters a Horace (Ireeley, Mrs. Harriet Ecechcr towe and Wend el Fhillips were mock ugly stigmatized. If ths strained rela tions existing letween our governmeai and Chili are in fair way of amicable scltlemeut, as indicated by the so dis patches and this settlement is tho re sult of jingoism, then a new plume wi! tave been added to Ulaino's already full head-dress, and the "Yankee" nation will have added to ber crest the proud distinction of being the first apioiiggre.it nations who stooped to tho peaceful policy of arbitration in the ettlemcnt of so grave an allront with v power he might have crushed. If reason is to succeed paeoion, peace the urmoil of war because of jingoism, then "jingo" becomes a term the na tion nay bo proud to honor. AMUSEMENTS. Ccmw.encing this afternoon and for the remainder of the week D:wltnz j md Hasson will revive "Nobody's Claim" at Redmond's. m "Th c Spider and tbo Fly," the pec tacular melodrama,' will be given it? firt Orand Kapids rcpreaentation at owcn' next Tueaiay evening. It comes to Orand Hapid from a very 4ucfe.eful three weeks' visit in Chicago. Society is on the alert for tho engage ment of Julia Marlowe at Powers next week. On Wednesday evening she will present "Much Ado,?. and on Thursday "Irgomar." Next Tuesday, evening the male quar tet f rem Olivet college will givo a con cert in Hartmau's hall in which they will render a program of collie Boners, "he'dons euro to attract all eld stu dents'. Mis Anna B. Shepard will isist as soprano, and Mis Ciertr.'e Keyes as pianUt. "Tho Vendetta" is the name of a terl;ng drama which will be the n?xt attract-.ou at Redmond'. It ought to rrovo n popnlsr and intercjtiiig ns nny of the ofi'crings ot th feason, judging from the hearty and approv al; reception it has received elsewhere. On New Year'sdsj Ihg Eliza wilt give handsome New Year's cards to the ladies viiting fi?ary's Mnetim. The day following Che Man, the Chinese dwsrf, uot to bs out done inattention to the fair sex. will on Saturday present each lady a souvenir package cf tea. Msnrrcr Cearv has received word from bis Fort Wavtie nunigrr thnt Miss Carter, tho hdy with ttiehcrse'a inane, is jut s A Ivertijei, the will bo at the museum next week. MvO'Rell is a pecuHar'ndvidual, and it it his cnsinil ard !ecidrdl in dividual way of putting thinxs in fpeeh snd writ ng that nufi mm and his works ottract.ve. He will iTture at the Foaa.An street Baptist church a week from Monday. Ten dollar will be given by Manaeer Gcsry to thi mn who will have his mnstacho fhaved'oiT n the stage and kiss F.i Eliz.i at the World's Museum tonight. Tha Farls (Jaiety Girls will krep opn buw atSmith' theater tomorrow aftetnoon ir mimfnts will b rlentifnl at all cf the theaters during January. ltKtt4l m ihn laH. Et'i'o? K. It. FUher nf Ihe Ksgle and V F.. Wetr of the leader are soon to :.nrt far ?nn Fnncis:o. where they will rrpreirnt tbeOrsnd Hipi l Fro.s r Iu'j at the international afocistion. Ia hcror of their depsrtura L. (J. Kmrt gave a smmptuous lanuet at theIrrrHh lst evpnin;. Mr. We tn ?is dtsi it !iori tiv sirkne, but Mr, V iHr, F. L. ( orrr. Col. M. A. Aldr.rh. W. 7. sprst, Fred Adm. U. a. Vitx. 2. V. Hsnnan r,d tio. p.. CjU;i w?rprf it an I enicyd t.e lonnMnl spread tc the ettfnt of their cspac ty. ' fj-fltt ;. fbe c.rar.d Fir tf Bjcle !n4yr bas-a;i club and tr Custer lurd cFi played a gsti last n:ght in Ilart man'sball. The for was 17 t!l5n fsvnr eft? leycl elnh. Th Cnfr Ciusrd r'nh wr short tT? of U p'sy. er. and th Tvin'-fi -r fs'IM frori n-enbrM of th Heycl rltib. A re tnrn rati w l! i pUvM - h'tUr Uutrd armory New Year afternoon. Yv Will V Wtetiw4. fvry yonrsf msn in th elty U erd al'T lsv ted to v.fit th Yonng Men's Chr'.tn av t rtn en New Year's day, where tv will eerrd. th full privileges of tfi hwi, whth r Ihey are nmri e-r rot. Tne re!lVwl fstnrs wul M frtVKi I r. w., and thr wt'd bV h;Ht ea cf tb gtasaaar.am work at t o'clock. J-'r. Garland ba charge ef '.U;s work, and an elori mill be UJi a maka Ue.eh:tritsga cnuaualiy iutrr ui?5. Il UriUr l t Naviauie) Edwards, the tjauuler re oorted miasuug f rta his Uime ner the l., L. dt N. erosi.ig on South Division iret nas uot rrtur.ied. Mr. Kuwards brother, wLo Jires iti th south western urtof tne county, rre to th city with ins team yeattrday and mond iria de-rU'U family anil therhouss fId joods to hi n sideuci. Thtir L4 ! rrw. Grand River lovlga of F. A. M. will !old a lodje of sorrow ia memory cf 8 departed brethren. Th exercises miIIkj open t all who a;o mtciestei iiid they arc in o tvct of a eciet iiature. 1 be lod.s'e Uoires that those iio desire t tund ri'ay be on hand promptly o that their entrance will act interfere rithdhe cereroonie. - Kew tpsiUb Trn. MAnr.:u. Lc. SO. The new tarirl imposes prohibition duties on alcohol tnd sugar nd relieves the present urdens on rils and upon otuer rail road material. Tho tariff further ooati'm only one column f rtutic tor nations without :ratics of commerce with Spain and n.iLes concetou upon thee duties to istions deposed to make reciprocity reaties w it's Spa'.p, such treaties ti in iutto the mott favored nation ciau?. Thr: exjvort duly oa iron oro will, it is understood, not exceed twenty-tire "Ctitinies per ton. Ttie nw tanrt was wloptcd bv the cabinet oa Motiday and will Us published oa Janauiy 1, Far Jameat meets tomorrow. .likbop LougUlin t t)el. BcnoKi.v.v,-I:c. 30. The Ht. Her. John Loughliu, biihop of tha Catholic iiocssoof Long Inland and oua of the csi known prelates in th. country died this afternoon. Ha hiti Loen iii but a week w ith a coajplic ttioti of du aie. and although his cniiti n tliifl norning wa considered aerious by tho attending physicians it was thoitsht ho would pull throjgh. - Xliril ia Nw UauiptUiro. ?Jo?tin, Dec. rJ. A telegram from 'awttlle' counsel to the guardian of tin condemned man's mother stales that the murderer' body will be buried iu Neur Hampshire. A STRANGE VERSION OF Trf BIBLE Ectarfenfc! rarspbras of an Edition af tha Ualx nMk luueU Tear Aja. Various famous B.ble the Tuversser's, tha Bihop tba Vinegar, tins Breeches, and the "Wicked nible," so ctllsd ecau.vs of its omission of "not" from one cf th comnKindmecta are kao-vn to the hura tkS bibliophile. More curious tban acy of them, and now, I i.bould thick, kardly less rare than sotrr, is an extraordinary version of tho New Testament, which is considerably less than years old. Jt owed iu ex!sf!Q8 to the lliv. Diward fTanvood, D. D., an KjhteeEth cestory Bristol divine, whose happy thought it was "to clotb the senoine ideas and doc trine of toe apostle with that propriety and perspicuity in which tbej tLemselves, I apprebead.ATonld hare exhibited them bad they now lived and written in oar Ian sjtissa." Tbe good doctor seems to' hare been pained th.it "tbe bald and Larbirons l.n guae of the old vulgar rersiou" had from Ion usage '"acquired a venerable aicred neaft," but lH waa not without a hopo that an "attempt to diffuse over the mered page the elcganc cf modern s!lsh,' mhrht allure "men of cnUlvated and Im proved. luIndV to a book "now, alas, tuo generally neglected." Dr. Jiarwood therefore prccetded to make the New Testament an eminently genteel book.' " Kvery worJ that bad dropped out of vosce ia polite circle was plucked axrr-.y, the very plain spoke a wani ing to the LMctlictaa ebarch u&umirg ir. hi version this fara: "Siuoe, tbcreloie, you are now jo a state cf lukewarmie, a disagreeable taedium ljetrreea the twoes tremes, I will, ia no long tiific, e-t yori from my heart wiih fastidious conteujiU" "Diaaflreeable mediam!'' "Fwtidious con teinptr Considered as euph'iJstlc paraphrase of tbe strong Cngii&h crjiual bj aiite sry exquUite. ths seuttscs is dI:cioas; but when we sememher who tbo psake." Is. we And ws are langaing lU ornelLiaif like blasphemy. iAna we cay at the Ueuerir tlon -of N'ic-edemus m "thin g?utlema ," of St. Paul's Atbeuisn ten vert Damrl t "a Indy of di&tl action," aad cf tbe diagbter of llerodia m "a yoans lady wbo darred wit!i inimitable graca and elcgAnee." "Youns ltdy, rise," are the wcrdn addressed to the daughter of Jairus. Tba father of the Prodiaal is "a gentle mn'' of t'od, or. Dr. flar'.TOci pre ferred i par It, "cf 5p!etd'.d family." t. Peter on the Moltnt of Transfl.turation ex claims, "O'j, sir. waat a deievtable ri dence vce mititit fix hrt," and Kt. lnul is raiscl to let staudanl cf Uristolian re spectablUfy by hrtvisg a "portmautaa conferred upon bim io place cf tho mere cloak nienUcned by himself ahariogbeca left at Timn. Tfce apostolic statement, "We b!l rot all die, but we shvii all be eh3gKl' is of course too faaltlemly slrpl to eeape the doctor's mauhnj;, and ater be has dt with ttii appear thus, -Ve ah a! I net all pay the comma a debt ot naiire, but we saall, by a eoft tranxition. ls ehacged from morrality to lTB!nortllity.', Bafreren aftr roadiug these prrnlliuon translation t era hardly prepared for a meddMog -nitb tho !inincat and tbe Nunc lKmittla F.ut D-. IIaro?d's paion for e'.te atoek t noiMnp. td the "rren rf erdti veted and iaipnvred rnhrl" its:vl. r Harwoodhn verni,-tn of the two nrrtt hytsca ef CbritDdm. Herear tle ein iegs nt bM: , "My rul 'f ;tb rnrea?a adore rcy Cre aU;r, aad a); my facuIUea with ttattttrl jeio In eeithrat ns tbe oodtw or iL tr j ST0T!r, ibe fah ia so goal man r't eeud-(e6l t rgrd uj poor a-Dd bumbl lUiioo. Trtofrxlet gydt: T?ry fctnre are will now eoajirn In ee. bMtiftf my kppiB. "O fic thy pnTij,-. t0 rc n inp;r fin4! ! ew quit tfce p j.tf .qfBlla j; wit a ti'artieQ ard y, rim- thnn ht Indn?re-i tai y w,t b divtae a srw-c-Ur.t t. tb jrre MnnH. Tbewi txtrvU ri',t sat Afrits rarefi e-f tKe wy 3 bh tb Nw 7etmt leaf b raa Vit tkrrfb rxiU wl Dr. flarwrnvl'i -tK m ti-'t thtt, tn few wa pf asrolony , j r, tft n.tssrif vtJTeity withr?t frl lot tir'.Ml:yci. be in a IsrreSf ft.vrtla tat the ffr-sad if petiear.y fr to tie vaodem styjud. Aat T rewiiTiae. Scwrbiy r-iyv it is rr-rj v-nlj:r to rrak r.f yc-ar bbnd by ht lt nam, and critidiw Xm. H7rrr M. Stasy for 4oirjf' Tb we -nan iTV tf a Ar ImV mcTt cf f a?m!iirJty tV- carrW a fTav and d jrr;8evl ycjcaa: lawyer an I w-eat to bmstqr,- ia a rrt cf a ct tajr wntit a Siherrda erolc TV litii wranaa ia bf yctirr bride jd eyiH tot mart rr rtsCcaeat !iaitv tJt fpea t call br li? Iced Mr- Jt. rvre t tcoV. Vat fertionly i Mrs TTarre.. AM m day whra tbr was eapay. Cricgwt oac to IV w kx uor tJkA a&BMMiaowA, Lgsi ir rvaiy, aad will yes be waitis fucJIarry Soicthaw t&c atory gwt oat at the dih and Mr. Jena aever oiu fergav Li spostte. thegh thcN&ftr she pasvruli tus3y ca'.:i hia "Mr. Jaaes" acta It carr to U "Jpdga gn Poai. HER FIRST RAILROAD ntCZ. IS 4wm bATMlT, ab sad Lr wC ska Tm eijtai r y x" t dl. "X fsar Xta gaiM t4AU- !t' iay it y r tj Usmtm ax.2 Tm lMrl Z Cmt SmlJ I rl it t.i arftsd I slero ksow If twa'at ssy aasgatev raaey i axpaetia ef B SO, I'd aur rVt bssaa. ar W4s aa taaaj tot ppi ortar Itvov Wheu t--o tiu old as at, it alat aa ttaa be truwiia Tbarvelrsavror cars eaa aaak O r eav Siaas tax to bactla. Tor plala til wagaa rliia say taste wist nerer tpue, Tbovi JoLa f.iM aat tb bceXf wbaa rku ;o vit oo eCrie; Bat srbirtm i lj.ro jb tba couatry a tarty S &o b-jur. Is tarap'na Euiiy recklessly wita tbe food lAjra'a taifLty pover. wIbs&! I've jest salad to gt raapcoUtaae al all: 11 N&r.cy wants rze, cooi&esa! Wbat a tarrt f jia squall TrU eoaiia. dii yo-i sar.Jdbb? Lord, bow she sfiaitca the yutb Soa. si aal by your ot 1 mam ray, for thm sou&3 J jl takM DJ iurejaa. "Ooodby t) a'.l a '&; coodby, t koow I abaat lire t'arjuih it. rbnr's all air buaV.es? Jr!tx bw cculd yoo. could yos -Hiica yu Lnaw it Carry nio T ia taU br tr a-sbaotia tbrottb ibe li ju? Elt e.r, kw. acd-laat joa la'atbfcot In ic hold your L&M. Til thrt ny eye. I allM do. si be a X fi wt watt Tbislia wbirVdto Jerlobo-Ut alat f faa TbohLiilaaad tLe wbialta. ar.d tba roarla of tlje train. I kaow I'il bcr It always a-baag;fi tbrcccbay "X-wbat? Voa say wa're tbcret Tali's t We're cborely only starttd. Taia't rvr'a half: an bonr, fa JoLa, mra fr'jru our hoaie w e prti; Aad ye; ibere's Xancy waJtia whb tLa tcn uryvit Ibe slaii3. Hare w t wxly miiej this Quick? It jast txu ell cn ctioii. "V.'flU Jc!.a. I'ta cll I'm still alive. TTos.itr will cevcr rraae. Vet aaip? I'm Lrre wltb Naaey say poor aalnd wen'i g-'.t to peace With nc-u'ria bow I'll aver, ever fit Wk Lome m;u, r t li nor it's a lcigaeat sent t pur.bb su lor 4.a." Yaalca Ulada. MOVING. A l?ir way from Tennyson J Ytn tnzA wake aad rail sua early; eall ta ar!y. hTistAad Ue.r; Totaorrw- will be- tba bcict tiiae wtve had tor jast a yxar. Tbe vaos ars voziLog early; yoa most wake, 4ud wake tu too 1 Tbere'll be ceore wor& about tbe boos than botb o en eaa d. At fiva o'clock la tba more In, dear, wbea tba lay beziiM to break. We n-.ut bath set na and stir arwaod, aod I Lop?, for codnes baJco. Tbo day will be tha oaly prackroe thiac tbat will be brttkpai Ad I bos you'll think without regret, at night, of all yoa'va spokea. Tot ta- v pri'r apt to ret prorokad, aed wbea j-oi'rw rasd yoa swear; Dot try to keep your temper, dear, aod doat -a oa tear. Tow know the vaa roea alrays do destroy tUns. more or less, Aad it's very cxaiperaticf, dear, I really mast coafaes. Tbo fainjrs nxTist all be taica do wo, tho carpets j tAkea ur. And I don't na;?tse well set a chaaoa far a decett bile r snp: Tj11 Lave to do la best wa can with tbias froni tho eror.ry store. I Aad rat tboai e2 tLe xaA-jteJileoo. cr maybe rrl the fbxr. Tonr p'tVuirt'a rekd in tie ovea. lore, aad lb? pi'.brws rt pnt p.wsy; Too m-trt t.'.cep otb kttc'aea table, dear to- trvnrroir i morinff dar. Tonr lxurfjari'snar tbouosiof tbobarral I rf boots at c'oIIjh i Aad tlio txupard tovrela are scoewbera, bat trrvlLes oiv!y knows. Ttmr are ail la th eosl twa I racked them cttltftt a I ensiH, Tear ranr I put I j th lancet track, where I . pet tbe coals s nd wood. Tba rriiircn'" parked io tba bar eaa drawer, a&d the bs&y is ia tbfre, too, I pat fbo tnttie In with blm twaa tt bast tbat I eorJi Co. 1airvci. Ckl toiarsrrow will be tbe rcerrirat day la all the glad Nw Year Yoa must vaie nad call tae early, lova, beforo tba fan tnau's here. Tsakea BlrAa. A Vacant Int. Taere tts jnst ono Taract et in th etreet car and tvro women came berry inj and buftling in together and itood before the nnoccupied & tt, "Ycm it down," naH one cf the ladles generously, vrtr.nr ber Land tovr-rd lb teat. "Oli. no: ycra take it." "So, I'd rather stand. "So wouU L" Ob. take it IVe been elttlrs uearlj all day." 4,iV have I. "F.ut I really don't care to fit," -Crt I don't wind itaudina: la the lea.-?." "Neither do L Indeed, I often prtfet to etati" "Dntjcu oo'i V.T&.m "Oh, Tm net a b:t Kcw yoo elt do-rn." "No, yen." ": no, Jon. I pet off first. "Then vera cnjrht to sit dovrn now and 111 take the seflt afterward." "Fut I rr-ally A t care for it." "Neither o"l." p;Ae tsk? it. Tni srn uttll both wown try t sitdotm tt tbe aata time aad nne cf them .u in tie 1t. w th wry leok- t v t--, .r,' rn rtrti: Frcj Fr. Kb hw B-rr t"- W-ir. Tfcrr frt vcA atw ftwr. f it IV it I ".!: IT'-:r rhrt v rn f?tr. Ji5 Si -t iinS er Tm-'.n'f rV e Tt 04 vp t ik lr srr ir. ?tit tV WW' hrt Iwea. XVK(t R n4 re tie mmrmir "?'vr :'. I'."" t-ea fcit i hoa bf i .? l b4. t?r rf f' rat rA fUr . the p.stlomu taw . f fc f, ; (f-riakin-nion for U4a wc :ea. and t fir. t i.trod 7.1 a, m- week 4 day tarnetstrg-"f)or:9 corar io n trt, $ . r. Hn'.it. rt:Vi?.r t i piblic mutum We Art round to Ixad th Tro ceeaion cj X7 lvjeyi Harft Dcct.- V7ar ia Dry Good How ca ts3! It la Prorinx a 7oadirfUl X-asoet at epxlc3 7Te trounccmeut of Fprlrg A P, n ihts inornirjr.' pupers cauaed 4wi a iurry t f exciLemeni a busiae cucla, ind will prcdiaU'y ciratc a auoall ynie imonf tue lalie w U.ui fifty tiuit uf Grand ilai:d a veil a tboa wi re side m the city. The l im Ireucuiiy ncld social ! ou curiam imo, and aaroaiuay niada .Ut iL.duceu.eutM B1 tUxuigas to t rin crowd of exthu. t stt? cunoaicrs, s, tor instance, Uitu be j famous annual l.nen aie; but no on j pre pared lor tu stupenaoa iresa j n the even tenr of thcr tMiainea aititCanced tLi aiorniu-. 1 t peculation i r.le as to Xlr.p'iot'i ptirpv in uk ng this course, furtu &rit: always eujoy a itue.-al atiwe, and. t anoie eo vat a varie ty ad ucu rciible i;outs Uiat, U)tthcr w uuia p"pular pruxe, tuc iuducemcut ha l is.va Iftn suCicienUy truiji Vj at Uact ocOiioniical bnyer a ril ii otiicri. A rerotter saw the dift.rjuithed dry ?oods magnate id u.u.r. Jdictaan ai ii.tdt-tk tire n'r:i.:;. and Ared iu Mr. hr.ia uul courteui uia::ier. "Mr. t-princ ! at hai ir.f tit-.ced yoc to mckv wiat tvould M-tiu u ot- a lecU-'e- deutuie, ui liauftiii r-0,'J oorlligf Kipo.ixl le nuriilc'i) c i ;u ul .?, f;uoui. )r;ccs lu Utk ami wliita ttiat tnuit icranly r uii hi the Ic-es oi many thouaaud duller tc your ua;nit. Mr. h;.r;nj:'a ansaer: 'Wc'l. Mr. Leader, it th-cau't cm to n-e Ht Hit pubiwaie nlcr-blcd to kmw llo wj and the nhereiot? ci tb: n.ovc. I not suthcient t-i thrni to know tbat wt hare thrown n any i-rry lcr9ruiieiii uf uurstre j2n at srw-il-ti siie aiJ cut lo kc from tho rrnrst. rcu niara. njr.cwand MiouaL!o gsat just uaif their value? ' "ihu. Mr. Kprii'.ir, your hrm hae Aiwa) been so tm.bet vau m lui!ea that it tialurally txc:it otie'a t urwtiy o Vnuiv vb.nt imxHls so rciuaikaL'v) a cut in t.ri-t.f." Well, 3 H.!l tell you. Th stotr is uld ia jut lintc w. rd. wid 'r. ?pilu". 'Fhc r.::hty doitsr4 1 wht i nc err aft sr 2nd we know how to ?. Then, thf re is suother (jed rttitui. Wc are lxuud to load lie procession, a wc alwaya ltave done. Oicr sale .:l pale into ; btacunty 'len the i-eo-(lc. read 'ijat w hTe in at re tr .hem., And I want to uiibK..e wic moro jiut. ur lsth annual l:s.u tslo it one of tbe approach :i;g eveuta that rcpJj arc locking forwsid ttnd it will bo tbo greatest )rjriT thts tim that was ever i;uon. Vou w:il e a grand ixc a ;!c wLen the4? fioda e riccd ou aa.u a. nd the lo v :.k vt til oo more tar;tt :M(. Atk your ruc:s t sreud a few rriuutc reading what we have totsy lo tberu in your patxr tunigLt ud yon 'ill pisr- tlum uiuler ot'liatioiu to vou, t'tir I Ulicvc t!nei!ft uin get down into l-istcry as th troet iiiCuienUuii and vnlepred, ar.J the jnU rrut'.l ihie V) the i-vt'.c oi May m th auusU of ury goods I usuufc." -Ttus Fvciiaj Leadvr. Hvery thini the very Ust ia tbe tray of oy'turs, lih. and &auiw tu Krssur at Fetleuthalcr'?, o. 11? Moi:rot strtcU The members "of Cusr Fot N. .". G. A. It., are rwj jealeU to meet at the post room on Thursday, Deceiuler 31, at 9 a. m., to atteul t lo J untral of our late ccci:adc( ti?we hormerhjru. Joa C alv, Earn. A. Parana, Corumandrr. Adjutant. Three-iM)und oui yellow peaches 10 cctits at Ktilesn' grovery. Kerry th'.vz in the l.r.e of oriters, tltli. and ps;re in s on can t found at l'eltcnthaler'a, No. 117 iloaroe street. New tbr.'c ciowj ruuacatel ri;n. 4 pound n lor ro ceut at Kiii(as tfMT- Fcr tlie fieMest of oysters nd fisW. jo to Dettciiiaahr', No. 117 Monro ?trcet. A Healthy and Delicious Kererafe, Menier i'hix-ola'.e. lx.-ru lo mako nst cup of ctHXHi.it by addrre-nc 'lleo.er," Nw Yotk, and et fie ramjde ailh direct ions. Th rd sta.usl lall given by the Ju;r.evoi licrsl!0r' I'M-.on, N. M. U lithe; nun bail, w Year's evr, I).HX'Uter .'!. Anyon oiieffr I qjr tvil not i e &duiitled. ttsspertant flitrt sf Ttx tae SI le ltss tttusu Tkhs effect Surlsy, Nov. l&lh, tr:o hcictoloiT Uvif r'irnd Fi-ls at O.Zl a. in. will bate t 7 a. m.. w Ui an eiegeni parlor rr atUchl, artivi at ltrt-ii at ZZ.19 p. iu. rvety tuet day. leavir.g letrct at 12.1 p. nt., wuh'r?-tcla eieirs: -r. rura n t'nr Jh to rt"n. urnn f ilirr tt 10. 4i a. in. via l4'tchirr Ontra!, .'rw Yoik t entrsl A Ilt!dn Iti ver and Il--ton 4i allmnj iUura. Trsm leviot b i t J.rC p. w. con r.eci t Jsckwjn v ;ti the ,el.iUi trt i u!d !?"orth Kore I.m ted," t!e j hr.leortrtt end faeiPtt tia n ia the j err:, farryxc tbr-urh l";er for 4 V-jfir-v, thus fi'-hitn bnt oie , Ch&r:.e.Tj;virf atlH'falot o'rlor s. j Frr ie 7.9, .rry the f-ilio. j rr. ?r ornrr, - 1 a.f T-ostoa a.O thr J!loPt rvenirc. I 1 ram bTttrtfiT J-a N re at 1 1.1 FufifcH ? i. t race ) t. m j tlU'Ttem, lr?y 2V, w Yotk 7 "J nd Pmton 4 the foiiewir morr- I inc. i 1 raiT Jir!f Onnd Fp?d at h 40 f n. f k aayt v;' eioerjy w un n. t YtT iiia;trd vrskhuted at 7ik ejTi, arriv r g et Jrtri t l!).4S p. tv J'i)?r'u C'?'' th- f .-; '..w xT-.Jl t'-orr i;f . r-t is'-t se 2.V. Airily 4.V. ,w Tc: t B.'v, !' W-iO 10X ti fsti ?i-r.tr'i. f i-fh P.. Ci- "ral Aj;trt. f rwTMt Mo t? rt ir t- it'-b'rtg -reJ enpr g: th et r t; bt, 'ir ty ?Crrt. 11' alfwwed tJ r:vy i tfcw.-fs fcrin. aiiich cfu-n 1vd cwl 1 f j.rste, temtr r. vrris'r. mr ivTwe-l t.'i'fH me i'i..;rt trtdbi'fu. i k r be tiira'.Kjs; , r d nf t' I ffjiTe f'r lnffr. At ( t !!?;., ir IbyEr'.. f"r M rd. lf , Y yn tor, rbiladeiph.a. in t.m rir tWW IlirM at lM.lUi n.m.