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I I YY. t. II.- ,.V. H.V tinware". .M-iiti
.1 Ml! Ii.ih,. ,,,,.,
1 M. fl V;'"jlH' "V- - nh.l ,n.n,.
4 1 i ' n .11 iiii
I ilV,Mli:iil, in ri-lmtil tnllor. Miilj, Zt Al
.1 ..if nlx.vi- Ann riean house, 1.11 1 1
I W.i'llli.Mllriltl.tN, l .nl.-nn.ln lull il,7
I. i'i- ill cmllilii -,i li-.j Hariluah's hillldluir, Mall
IV. M 'VVl!, lrntfot iiti-l npothmiry, lit
i "!i irii; lil u k M itn Ht. Mi!
I' . , 1 ,, t st my Itupt ri
J '"" .M'Ull ll wt'M .11 l ll'iit't, I'U (
': " 0L0CK3, WATCHES; Sc.
1) CATHr'AKT, wa'chandctu. k nok.r, Mn-k I
1 I .1., 'N-I..W ., III). 1.
i in is it .ii.s'ii Aim. wind, iin.l .-i..,k .,i...
li m-.ir smithi-a-i comer Main ami Iii.usts.i .nt I
I li. -AVAIIM. denier In clucks, wntches nnd
U, Jewelry, MhIii st marly n.iIU' Aincrl.nn
B00T3 AND SK033.
( M. IIIUIW'N, l.c.t an I shocmakcr.MiilliHtTce
J. oppii.lto Altii-llt-.iu house. l-ul
1 -III. I. til 11 ill liljimiriu-ttirf-r nn.l il.-i.1i-r It. I.....I
A' ami NhiM-s.Mnliisl., (ii.ito-.lu- lipisconul.huu li
HI-'.NKY Kl.lilM, m intiftcttllci' nit. I duller In
hoots itii-l h ,oh, i-mctrlcs etc.. Hint lilootns.
burn Main M. Nil It
OAV'IIi lli:T., Inn.t nml klmciiinkcr, .Main st.
beluw Harlhiiiu's kluro. west of.Miirkct Nir.-.-r
Oil. It. T. Kltmrv Miri:-iuMitl-l,tith(xtract
pi I without pain. Mill ii t., nearly impo-tllf
i.plicopal rhiirdi. 1-nlu
J II. .M'KPIA'Y, M. lVNiirKii ami ph tlcl.tn
Mitilli Hldo .Mali) t.(M Ut Imw Market. Ini t
I It KVANm.M. u, hUKQnan4ili7tUUiii(iti
j Miilu Main t IhMow 3XfrlcjiL. vl
T t ItUTrKK.M.
D. Kurttecn niul I'IivhIoIihi,
tj illirkl tBl., HlitivoilnlTL
DIL !!. C. IIOWIJU, -iiUfMonOviitltit, Main M.
utmvu court boaas. vi-u I
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
Iss r.I.ZIi: HAItKLIiY. milliner. ltnm..,-
iHhullulm;, Main si, Tl-ulf
MI8H A. II. WKItlt. r.inry Kixsls, notions, books
Ktatliincry, Tn.rtli hlil.. .MaliiHtic-clln-liivv Mar
I,i Pirrr.mnN', mllllnnry nml Ctm-y rixkIv tn.
Jj. ..isltp Kpltti-nihit.-lmrcli, Main bl l-nl"l
itT7tlMA A. & HAIIR DAUKI.r.Y, In.llcs
cli.nkHnn.l drew itatlorn,, suutliL-niitciiriii-r
Main nn.l wosl nU M-nrl
U. M, II. KUrtMAN, milliner. Main t.,bi-.m
Ilnritnan'n Nhir,., west of Market ut. l-nl
mill-: Mi-six II MtMAN millinery ami fuii.-
1 Kiiuls, Main lrt'l,Jul beluw Anit-il.-an linns,-
is M. IiKltlttrivsoy. mlllIii.TV an I fimA
i;hii MiiitiHlaoiMittt' I'odit lluii-f, l-ui-
HOTELS AND SALCONS "
It 1 t () U. nielli niiii i'iuln Mthi-n, Am. n-i-.nt
1 1 on sc. Mitin st., lUltt r lif.H-'K'k btipciih
t ti'Ii-ii'. l-nf.
y lMV 11 .V lAtlll.Y, i.Mlt.Hi.ir., hi t
) lhlltt. I'Md., U'hii'H,lU lUl'l Iltllil, I,
luitiii' hlu, K Mn.il l. -n
Ii Wl'lll!, iMMr-ft'iUH'rv. Imlti-n, nixl n
1 t r u. ). hull k ili miJ rtt.ill, M.un t , Jnv
i I'low 1 1 on. vl-n"
n-iiA.vm: non.L, hv j. r. cv-Lmr, mii
I j -"t . owMti. cimri h'uup, -n '
I Ml.ttirN tHM by Jim ,;uihk, MM
A ft.wtstoi Iron vtiTfi. .u
(I. W, Matui.h, ims! rml
I M tin si.
I) liilIS'i:it, trin-Khin nl saioii(Miiiii kI.i'u
, I. It iV. rnlirt ll"UM',
I'.CASMtW, ii fietitn nt hiiltMm, l''mnw"
li'tti I, IfiiWHuii Caliiiin. siix rlntt'inlf nl ln
r It. (Itl.UMOUt:. ii-rithlinu-nt Mtlonn, Mtfp-
niti j; .uinn urn" jixin nr. vi in
iiJA't'is, t n u u tin tctt tUh f c y
j wt .iihiivo (' iurt lliin-)t', l
Q If. MIM.Mt, ilt-iiUr In Urv K-miN. irroc-t rl.'.
tj nun iism tire, it in, Fit t, fhotn, uoiUm. ( li .
I.c)tiuiL'o lilm k, M.iiiiKtrn t, vl-n
MKI I.VV N1IAI A t u., (Unlfr In dry Rfil".
imi rir, Hour, fcnl. mlt. Ilh. Inm, nitll".
i it., imitlniiM cointr Mitlnunu mhiIu t bt, lnn
i .1, M.IIAN ilinliTln diolccclry ycji, IIi.ni-.
t lit i liin(,t'-'i. fn-Kli prorerUH, tic, t'le. Main
si. i uppuHltr uuirt htmso v-lnl
1 K. l.YI.lt.MrtM'i'rhKiinilp'iuTiil liiiTrlinnill-i
1 Main hi,, (.bi.o Went. vMiH
nlMK'Wl It, lmtsnnil rnriK, lukitf iunl hIiocs,
Mit hi M nlno 'ftiut Lmum', l-nl.t
I T.hllAIU'I l's, ttry pt, KrmvrU-K, 1km1k,
I;, hlinm. etc., Kuirrt lilotU, Muln fct., t"-l nr
(1 MAltK. ilry phmIh mid notion-, otithwt'M
, ni nt r M.iln nnl I ion htv, vJ-nH
1. 1. llHuWr.lt, tlrv uihhIh, ernrt'rifN, 'tc.. norili
, wi-si rot nor Main nml Inm fl1, vl nl"i
T)MV. A. IIAUI'MAN. ilry omN, notinnn. ami
upim-lo,, Main bt,,i)ppiiHlto i:p(oriil thuidi.
I I II. lllT.NH!li:i(tii;ii. inz nt.) phmmtI. loluc
1 1. nt, anl ronri-ctionuryt Main ht., U lnv Aim r
, Jll.l IV till 1 , IVrj Ullllll' HMH- BUH r, UiBIHS II IKI
tntlotiii. kuuiliwost minor Mai He t ntul
IIIVII'I t' .....! .t.... .1,1.1
riM.IAM KUAKMIW, roiifoctloncrlpfl, Main
? Ml KM MIAI I.,nrnrrfll u Ii nf merrlmn-illi-onnd
lumlirr, mrnr of Main trrct iiinl
.rrwlck nad. vl-nH
1,1. HOlllllNK. ilrnlfp In drv roimIh kipitIch i ic,
Hilw-V MiH'U. Mulnftl., hr-low Inm vInH
I K. (IIHTON. (Irort'rlm a I'rnvlhhmfi, mmiiHi
tjcavl cnrnrrMaiii atul Iron Htm-lM. l-ntl
HI.OOM-lil'ltfl I.IIMIU'.H I'll, inaniifni'turrrH
.in.l .t.-aterri in l.tiinlier, ol all knulH, ilulnlim
mill near the mll-iornl. M-um
WJ, III lU.I'.M AN, u l.l 1.- mill liiinii'KK miilt. r.
. near KiniiliweKt corner Main ainl Market M,
GW. HNVIint, linnlware, cutlery, khii-., etc..
, Main M U-li.u Inm, l-nil
VWI'IMAN. inarhle nnrkK,
, ci.rhi r Main nn.l Market Kt.
inarhle nnrkK, near hOllllitvi ft
CI V COlir.l.l.. tiiriillnro nraiw. Hire.. l..i
I, I. rick on Mnliif.1., uel olM.irl.et xl. l-ni.i
HII.UfS'(II,l'!il.'lrtiler In i.iann-4, nrinH nn-l
, inl', t..'.n..ntil. NV L'-irjir-.rm-nltiir r i mi
m ,, TlinilMOS. all l'PT, wln.hiw i-linil.-li
nn.l IUII1K-. Ilupertttncli, Mnln m. M-iu
Ml II. MAMITHS, unuit for lln.virA 1'aker
I , hi wiiik inm lilne, Mnln hi., Ilnrti.ian hull. ,
Inn, up Htalr,
HlllW'N-TOCi;, ilit(rni li. r. Kxiliaimi
, iihKk. ,Muiut., opposite court hinise. M.ni l
IK, I1I10AIIT. pliolodrnphcr, llnrlniiin'K liiill.l
limnmlln nHcurnerMuliiiinilMnrkriHi. l nl.'
f W. ItrilllllNS, llnunr rtejilcr kecnn.l il.xir fnim
I), iinrllmt-tonrner Mala ami Ironnts. vl-nl.l
NW, IIAUroN,toltncoiilit.an.l dniltrln utiivo
, (Oal Malnt.,nipolti) fOgrHintW. V I'll II
WI'K(vOCK. Notary rnhllo, northcantcnrner
. Main nn.l Market l. vl-nn
IHIIM A.KUNKTON, mutll ll nni iik-ll ratew fir.;
.1 InmirHiicfl i-owinuny.norlheaitporner Malnann
IKnitnt: IIASSF.UT. iiiannr.intiirer nnlremtr-
Vl riirlf!rhlnii inaelilnix, CtirniiK-riln'i. nllrv
Inur HIinrplesN' rniiinlry.
v I it 1 1
I H. KHUN, ilenler In mint tallow, etc., riietu
1 l.orlln'H alley, huei of Amcrlcuii hi.uke, M.nil
T II. I'UllsrYli. HB.MIe, trunk nml linrncm
tl "laker, Mnln 1-1 , helow i-otiri liini"'. M-n"l
(. VMI'I I, JArdllV, Mnrl.ie nn.l lliown niime
' Wink, I'ji--i IIUi,nikhuH',ll.-iMlckri.iiil, I'IH7
t.''llrillN l;N( llll, lllnek infill, N'.r I' wi't
1 1-.11.1ri1iM11l111mlW11.lM1.il, M "
GVOHTEH, Oluo lkrr,iiii.UV)iMnB'l fnucy
, winrx,l.ltorll. Tl J.
11. o. A. MI.flAltrtr.I, t.livHltlan iin.l sunn-on.
..mill M , iit-Ai iiuur 1" , .ism s uimi, Sl-lll.
)UH'K MtHKI, mil ri'tKMiimiitt-nlnnn .liv lu
ll in 1 Muiiiii ii.conu r uf Mam tunl l'lnrMA In.T
SH.VS. ItOTi I., Ihr npM r tiitiiHf hy Juliti Mny.
tl r, Main htnliui' riii, Vliil?
, IiuiiIjit'..iiA m nrntl MrrclwiitluA Main nt!
JmM AM III C'Kl.I', MiiMlonndllRNH'M maker
t .1111 m hi., auovi1 iiif r win i JioM'i, vi'iii.
ii M ni, turn ifi-uifr or tin ware nml
f t I'lKT ill WVi'UT,, .MU1I1 Fl., QMiirt' 111'
"wan lloti I. vlMil
y MH I, 1 VI ItK'lT. IiiualM
i A II. ml.r.MAN, Mrrilmnt tailor an.
A, 'i nt' tut nf thing k'joJh, Main M., noxt dooi
i el i K k hotel.
I S. IlAYIU'IWr.floclti.Watcl.r.i nml Uitn
1, np.ilrnl, uiiu und W'utchea lor kuIc, Man
i iii'iou l'ltic, vl-ni;
AMI.Hli. 1IAUMAN. Cabinet Maker, nml Un
I . fitaker. MaluMt., U-.,w l'lne. vl-ul'
tH'UAIXt . ICr,I.l,i:it,('onfi'-tloiiry, mutk
1 Al'.. iVC.UII 1'lIlU CM,, nt'iwrvii .IUU UIKl Mill,
I II. AC. Ki:i.i'llNi:lt,llbckrmlthi,..n Mil.
1, Miei t, near rine. vl-ni;
Ml.l.fAl llKLlINd". Mlinelniilceriill.l nintlllf.ie-
luierof llrkk, Mill M nml i.friue Mini
I.M.IAS HNVIir.lt, llnur nml Urlit Mill, ami
j Heal, r In craln, Mill Html. M-ni;
lllM Hl-lU'VI,i:it. Ir.m f.iuinler, Mndilnl.t.
i ami Miitiiiliictiilerof plni.n, Mill ht, Mnl7
MII.KS A. Wlt.UA.MSA (..i.rnnnerliml Man.
urm liirer-. ni 1. nilier, Mill Klnei, M-nlT
IDIIN Ki:l,l.i:lt, ll....t nn.l Hum milker, rine
tl Mreei.ni.n.sli.-thoAta.leiny M-nr.
1 II. Ill IllllMl A lillinilMI,rnranlrr nml
lt Hull. leiN, Main Htreel,hLlow l'nie, Vlnl7
y AMIll'.I, M. ri'.lixiiss. Veterinary Siiruein.nt
O the llrlek Hotel, corner of Mnln nn.l I'.nn ht.
jiiiht. direct Directory.
I)I'.TI.U I'.NT, dealer In dry pmnIm, i;ro((rIen.
Hour, feed, wdt, lUh, Iron, nails, iU, IJli I
aWIUl'MIIti:, in.inur.ieturer and di'.ikrlii
lioutH atul hlii'ef. ln 11.
TKUWIU.UN It, Cil'hiitinakrr, lfmlertakpr
and L'haliinakir. Mtt.u
.1 1. K1:M.1;Y, IllackMnlth.oi-iHtHltc jHjst oltkv,
If P. OMAN fc Co, Wli'dwrljfhtH, tlrst door
U. aixivu tcnooi nousn.
. KUNU millinery and fancy goods.
W.SANK'P.Y. dealer In iA'alhi-r, llldw, Hark,
etc. Canli paid for llides. vlnl
W'M.M.I'.Nr, dealer Ip stoi-H an J tin ware in
11 all Its hr.UK'lu'i. Mili
NDllllW MAitlsi.N,ileaUr In dry ko.hU, ro
. eerie-i, irruln. tumlirr .Ieint io n l-ul
I liurkete, ludlon tow ii-ihip Columliia count,
'a. v in.i
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
J-O N (i I () N U II o T i: L.
till. iimlelNlmifil lialim leavdatldiehilill'li
MllKood slk' th.' lthot.' sellkliown Hons
A M O N ii T II i: M O V S T A I N H
. .la' liiiitleisor ro.tililld.iand Millhati eolltdle
t "Hf ol llto hl--l ht .luiilili .til 1 heal tlilill It tilt it
Hi ti'M.ile, Is lllll. pU'ihllitl tu uiculiltiitiiluh
lAtlul -4 an J niijwlll lift 11
wuii nii;iK pamiuix
Hail'mid ami slitting ait welUnkttl wilt.
iMrioiih iih ui uuiii kiinii uiiiutlmu
i' u a u r a . i i-1 k 1:,
ud licHtts in ;tint unit 1 w ih In ktpt Inrtliem
1ni1101tKli1.l1 iiial aiiiUM nti id 01 kiii'Nth, iiltit
r tit. tilt 01' pi .istiti 1 Aititntutiit up it tins I -I-. ui
.U.MUll ll iwtltt W lilt. 11 la
ftUN 1.UA1. MIA IK lAHINT.
iilolliu.eil h, .111 t-Mi'lishc I on l, llli-l if li Hlloi
1 hi tin. htiniMiiun uhpiiiulul litid toi In. i'Vw
I'CUII.ll Spoils, Itlttl li,llll.M' Willi lilM
IM i A K l CI U K,
itisUirdei n ill hu always provided with th.
. in lu'u-s 01 IIii-m ason; and hit liar nuwhed u ill
. id. I.114I uKa, Hid Jiousi' it kui,uaiid loliinn
nits , 1 in- Muljlmn exit iisno ami xaie.
Hie lioiiM- IH itaelietl tloiil hexeral ollitH in
.k iWiKiiiiiiuru A Kiekawannii H.tllnj.ulj and )
pK-iuliii ni.iie Hi paii lliu hot months til rillu
ui. 11. U. UAYUL'Uhl.
K, l-O;-1 m.
Hi .tUittji.-siH HU, CiiJiUMIllA COPMY, 1'A
. lui.telMiRij ItuVlliH lauthuM'd this well'
lioun uulI 1 i-utlit(l .niL.iii'ii litnue. the Cxi hulitii
iotil.illl.tll' oil JI.U.N rSlHl.Kl.tll Itloi.lusliUli.,
oiini4lt.4lelj opiKioiiit IIh 0111111111111 1'on 1 1 1 1 otin
llotiM', repeiiuiii intotius hi triviiiiH and tin
uoiu 111 KiiuiAi unit nm housi is hos in ontt i
01' Ilii' riTt-iaftm ami enieltnllitnt.iit ol iravt'lleli
A'ho may la tii.spiMiid to taor It with their tu.
mi. nu iaiHipaiiu no exi iiho it) )n ulin iia
xi luitwt. lor tin ntertaiiiii nt of Ms nifsi.
leltlti'l' "lull I the) 11 hi ali tiling Mtilltlnw i'li liN
hartJ t't mlnislcr to their pt-isoniil eomlort. Ilit
11. use is mm lull1, and enlovs an cc(lhnl inist-
(iinnihUhsi'it imi at nil times ln-tween the V.
I'hahKLi Hotel and tlit vnrl'i Miillnmd depots, hj
which tr.ollcr will ho plea'-nnlly coinejcd ti
Il-I noni iiiu repi-(.iif Hiaiious in one nine k
a uie 1 his. jwii.s 1 . 1 .mum ,
M'noliifchuru, Mnreh 'A', IMiH.
1 O U V M 15 I A II O V H K,
iu;h k a it it sin n k ru.
II iviii liifrtv tmri'lniMHl nt nl fitted un tin
well-known ItohlMnii lintel l'roierty, loented a
1KW liUOKS AllOVKYIIR lUl'UT UOt'HK,
ItlooiiiMhurir: and Juivin obi.ifned a Ih-etiM) for
the K'line us it
n 1: s t a v n a x t ,
lie I'lnprletor linn iletermlnr.1 In ulve tn thf. pe'i-
pie lslllni Ih.t town on laiilueHi or pleasure,
A 1,1'ITI.U MOIll. UIIO.M.
nik Mlnlilhiir tiUi. u . xlein.lv... and lnntttilun
In put hui;i!leHaliileariI.ii:eslullieilry, lie priilll-i-.ei.tli.it
i-MlMlilliKlilioul IllHehlulillslililenl hall
hei'on.luete.1 in an nrilerly nn.l lawiul inauii.-r:
anil h ie.ecllully Bnllellnai-liare ol Hi., puhlle
luitromiije '.'J'.-Vi! "Tii"1
uixiimi: W. MAUOKlt, rroprletor,
IlieahoM- Mell-klmwn hotel lias reeintly uu.ler
Koiu. llKlleal 1 haliliex III IIh Inlerual nrraUKf menu,
ainl I in proprietor nun. uiliei-H In lilrtlorinereuHli. 111
1.111I Ihe iiax lllnx puhlii- that lilmu eoiiioilntlon.
fortheconifort.if hi. Kueslar..eeon.l tniioiio In
tlii-ii.iiiili v. Ills taliln wlllnlKiiVH h fmmil Mip
pll.it, not only u ilh Hiilmlnlillnl IoihI, lint ulth all
the ili-ileaeleHOf tlin Hi-ilKon. Ills wlnei ainl 11-
in.irs (exe.pt Hull iNipular hciernsp known iih
'Wll.nrri, purehiiM-.l illreet from Hi.. Iinporllni.-housi-N,
are enllrelv .uli', nn.l free from all .I.
ou..us.lriius. He Is thankful fnralll.i-ral piilrou.
aife In Ihe past, ami will continue l.i.lei.ere it I it
ih.-fiiiuie. iiwmtii: w. MArfii:n.
rpilH SWAN IIOTKl,,
iiik crri-'n iiot-Hr,
oiiANcir.vn.i.i:, (oli'miiia co., r..
Ths Hiili--erllier riHPeelflillv lltfotlil. Ills frleml.
.ml tin- pul.lli-, Unit no hni. Inki n Ihe alsive ell
Uniiwn lloilve of llutcrtaltunciit, ami will he
ilease.l In receive Ihe ciutoln of all tlho will
- .Mir I1I111 11 llli 11 call.
111: wii.i. Krxi' a fioon taiii.i:,
liar well hK l;e.l wllh the ls.t of .linior, nn.l
.eiv ellorl will he Ilia. It- to ntl.hr I Hiiro Mills-iii-llon.
nralieevllle. I'n March W l-17-lin.
;S( 1 1 A N(i ll SA I.OON,
I lit; rroprietor nr me i.Rrnnni'er-ai'M.n uiih 11. i
ni ham! n hirue Hloek of
."MMi.it iir.ruiyiiMi inth,
.l-ll-l.ll lltHTIKS, HAKPIMI41, lllll'i:, BOI 0111 A
IIKI.P TOKOl'K, IIOII.KII t ntH.tm-l'ITZI'KrllKKHl.
I.AOKU HKKH, AI.K, AC.
- fOMi: one, comk am. .m ni:n. -in
LAWH1IN I'Al.M N.
IlI'mtnHl.nrit, May 3. Isrf,
'IH IK IWl'V IIOTKl.,
II'V, COl.UMWA COUNTY, "A,
Tn k nil .rilUr rr.ierlfully lnr..lliihk frlin.U
mil the iiil lle, Hint he tmH taken tlieulKive ell
kuoKii llniiHc of Kntt-rulniiM-nt, anil will U
pl.nicil lu r.selie Die cli.lwn ami who Kill
tuMir him villi a call.
Hi: Wll I. Kl'l'-r A 0001) TAIU.K,
Ilnr well Htoekeil With tilt' hint of I,l(li.l,Hll.l
... . iy . ii .ri Kill In- iini'le t "'';!'' ,:','i "ij'i i"v
i tniu. , M, III.JII-I...
p I'- Ai.rll 13 liff,
-ivi-.iiv ( iiktiiiiur tmi v Lu fciiri' ol
s, ,,...1 L It p nn ,.! ill I'aiTHkkHIJH nl'l
(Jowl HI or POWileilll HVMhhKl.ll; nl'lolJl.
A DomouriUio N'uwspMiioi
IS I'l.'llL!31ll.n KVKI1V 1-KIP.tY M0IIM.NU AT
lll.OO.nslU ItU, I'K.NN'A,
an Hehool of p.illtle. Tin w prliiclpl.-H will ut v,.
-Moiiprnml.c,l, yetcourtCHy nml kiml.-sH .lull,
not he forgotl. li In ills, usslnij lliein, u hi ther w It It
u.ll i lit Us, or u Hit ciuteiitporarlcs ol the m-.
he uiliy, h.ipplniHs.un.l -r.s-rii of tin-. nun-
ry Isournlm nml object; nml n Ihe means to
secure that, we Hliall lulior hoiieMllynmletiltiestly
t.ir the hat nioiiy, success ami erow I liof our orKHti
lAatlnu, Tr.HMsoPMt'iiriniTiui: Twn dollars n jenr
11 palj In n.lvancc. Ifnotpakl lu uiltnlice two
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BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER
TIIK DEVIL'S DBMC1IIT.
Tohrenkfastonn moriitiift tl.o Dei 11 came down
Ily ilein mih mid vassals attended
A keadnche had ilnlkenisl hi brow with ufron-n,
I'rom his oruln I nt iik'i'. nr thi weight of lit
Hut his present o Inf. rnal was np'cndld,
In ft role of red flattie wnsdlnvolndrr.l,
Wllhoiit kmtitett of n eln.le r to noil tl j
Ulna Wntes enveloped Ills thront nnd his chest,
.Millo Ihe mil, tied with ribbons us blue a Id
vest, Completed , Majesty's tollel.
Nomnsfiucrailc ilelll ..f enrlhculd begin,
With Ills ronntirf. It horm nnd his mock tall
To look Ilkehlsm sl.l.Orl.jInalHIn
As of l.iv.i nod Dubinin., nn I bitters und Kin,
He Mil nml ei.tup iiimh.. n cocktail.
Hut litRlve, In n'l hu.v' nee, Hu- Devil li'sdn.-
Ile k, clued H iriowful l.'lh.-r I tin u lin'o;
And his MnJ. kt mopclnll the ilrjmwr t hr. up.li
With a twitch, now un.i then, oftlie rlbb.ns 1.1
And the look of n patient Irnte.
Then n smile sucli ns follow s some rnpllal Jolio
Of a tllikens.n 1I...I nr u lnr..i.t
Hwccl, plnj ful, and tinder, nil niddmly brokr
im iaceoif.atnaiins,as lurnlnn he spoke,
.o, imp i linn? the Illeol tint Herald I"
The I'apcrs were brotixhi, and Old Nk k ran hi.
'"- ' 3
flu ilef.itill nr.td.ntna I,. ,1... CI........
0cr crimes-there were plcnty-of terrible dye,
ii-iicr nun icicBram, stnndrr nnd lie,
.uni ine uiatncrsklte lenders of llenuctt.
There were frauds In litccti places, official deceits
.ne-.t were iins-M.' ll not name them-of
There were Mexlcnn murclc r, and murders In
Hy lUellinusan.l-nll manner of villainies sirtet
To the Iternld'H subscribers lu Ilodc
nut the numberless horrors of every degree
" "ii-Jiiy inspei ins ilejecllonj
TllO Herald's a bnr,- 1-t.i c.-Anv ..........
- j , -.j.iie,
Then uprWus, li" ndd-d, What's this;" 'rir,.
Ityjlnsio! hero's Hrovnlow's election!
'IIo.t r! nil up till ihe beaker runs o'er!"
Crleil II... ll... I ...
, - , .., .u.. .u ji ..us uno irisKy
A while hot femiKllious goblet he bore,
...m,m-,iiuorwni vitriol "straliilrt," which ke
Was lesa hurtful than Innsle-foot whlkky.
Till up ! let us drink," s.ild tlio Father of Lies
"To the mortnl whose i Ii.lsis are must weigh.
And nll'.-l.f ,tl.l...ll.t m -. - . .
...... ru.ii.o i,,L ui in. eyes
That made the thermometer Instantly rlio
.--.....j tifju-diui nun eigniy,
I have knights ofHit-garter unl knlnlitsofthe
Who shall stt.el,. ........ .
"--- -'..,... t,n .... uuili;
I hiivo writers nflilslnrv ..tl.lnu
In Knitlnnd, Amirlin.Oermauy, France,'
iu, u tuy utile pool in Mwiunurno,
rteformer i, who go in for Inflnlto smnsUj
TllO Wllluws' ntl nrl,nt,at .
II. D.N by Ihe Uoien, wlioke titles are trash.
nt i.e w-niu-n Willi iwo utile d's mid adusti:
And mamy n Father Confessor .
'And besides all the hypocrites," chuckled the
Wli.t kr.- H.l,k , .
I havo tyrants that murder, commanders that
li.lbotney, Mour.ivlefr, Ilullcr, O'Neill,
uno. isievens, ,loe Holt, Fa.cobe.lo.
Hut the man of all nlliers the moat to my mind,
i i,...i.,.. v.. ...,.....
Is the blaspheming priest and ll a yiant com.
Who u-oeks ut hi. Mi.kcr and i urses his kind,
Jii inegirijor pol.tie .t preacher.
'And o limit as of Da ilinesa I'm nbsoluteprlnr.
1'roln hu nrals,- il,..r.. l.nii i.u
Who e uuts u most ei.iuKlte mnllce evince,
Ami whose gov rumc-it IuiiiMkb excellent hlntk
oppotiunely fur Hem.' UixoxsTiircriox."
lu ll the Fluid, with a lutigh Hint no limirutiKi
mnj ti II,
Drained lilscu.i. in a'i.iiln his er.iwn lo ,
rl'd, "Hip, lllp!" an I a hoUt-rous yell
l'etit round till Ihe l.ethertnost conlliics of Hell
ltccchue.1 "i'hr. i. cheers for old llrownlow I"
A Gkntliiman who was about to
travel on it I-'rent-li rallrontl, liml, at tlu
timu nf intorliiK Hi" Ortr.an tmllKlitftl
I'iif-ir in lils mouth. Obrvlng that
tlioro wit.su luily In tlio coin(mrlmf nt,
lie was about to n-plnru tlio dpir in his
i-ap, when, lo! from Hit- latly's feet
llnre ai-n.so n flen o tliijf in a threatetiliiB
iittitudp. At the ninni tlino the huly
"tiatelieil the eij,'ur from the gentleman's
mouth anil throw It out of tlio window,
with the remark: "I illsliko bmnkern;
they make me ill." Tho gentle-nan,
with it iioilto how, rejoined : "I do not
like dogs, they annoy me." Tlicn.seiz
liiit the iinimal by the back of the neck,
ho -iltclied him after the clirar.
C'ltOWIIINd A ltACHKLOIt. "Wlmt
did you come hero after'.'" Inquired
Ml Susan Draper, of a baclieior friend
wl.o made her a call when the rest of
the folks were none out.
"I came to borrow nonio matches," he
".Mutches! that's :i likely story. Why
don't you make a match ? 1 know what
you came for," exclaimed tlio delighted
Miss as alio crowded tlio old bachelor
Into a corner, "yon eaino to hug and
kiss mu almost tu death, but you .shan't
unless you am tho strongest, and tho
Lord knows you are."
An Irishman who had left his natlvo
country and wnisht an asylum in Amer
ica becaiiso it was tlio laud nf liberty,
was attacked on his ilrt arrival, in De
cember, by a furious mastiff, lie
stooped to pick up a stono to defend
himself, but the stone was frozen fust.
"Ily my soul," wiys I'at, "wliataswato
country, whero the dogs are let loose
and tho r.tones tied fast,"
" Silt," paid ono of two antagonists,
witli grtL.t dignity, to tho other, during
a dispute which had not been confined
to words, "you havo called mo a liar
and aK'oundiel i you havo npit In my
fucej you havo struck niotwlce, I hope
you will not rouse the sleeping Hon in
my breast, for If yu should, I cannot
tell what may be tliecon-eqiiences."
Ukv. J. C'i.aki; Ululates tlio
need of brevity and point In addrcses
to children, by a story of a clergyman
wlio weariid it little girl by his long
m rmon, and as he gathered himself for
a new assault, she cried out. Oh, moth
er! he Is'iit going to stop at all; he Is
swelling up again I"
Tmi Capitol building nt Washington,
It Is slated, originally cost about 1, 100
000, The additions, alterations nnd ex
tensions of this building, which nrn
now nearly complete i, It is estimated
will cost 11!,000,000,
"Sirtkk," Haiti onn of tho brethren at
a love feast, "ar you happy?" "Yes,
deacon, 1 feel m thoug i I wai In Heol.
7.. bull's liusOtn." "Not In Ilii'ltU'huh'H
lnwmil" "Well, In hoiiiii ono of thu
I patrUrch.', I tlon'l cars which."
TEE STORY OF THE THREE WON-
a iioiikmian r.iniY M'fir.Nn.
mow osri! A w-kix.)
Titr.itr. was once it khg, who wa.
very old nml had only one son. Out
In v ho called Ms son and said :
. My dear son, thou knowest that Hoc
fi nit fulls In order to iiiiikerno'i forother.
My heatlisgrowlrgrli o'day by day.and
perhaps ere long the sun will shinooi
11 no more; hut bi'forf ' dlo I would
l.ul'y liehnld my futtirf dmirthter, thy
wife. Take to tliyself a wife myon."
Am! Hip prince answered!
'tlludly, O, my father 1 would I ful-
llll thy wl-h, but I have as yet no bride.
I know not one."
The king then thitist his hand in'n
I'is pocket, and tlrew therefrom n gold
en key, which lie fcavo to his nun, say
ing: " Go up Into the highest room In the
tower.nnd when thou art thjre.cast thy
"yes around thco ami tell mo which of
tho brides which thou slialt there .ee
pleases thco most."
The prince departed immediately.
He had never before been In the tower,
and knew not what was there to be
When ho had reached tho highest
chamber but one, ho beheld on tho cel
ling n small Iron duor liko a lid, nml it
was locked ; hut he unlocked it with
the golden key, lifted it tip, nnd went
in through it.
There was n largo round room, the
roof of which was as blue as the bky on
n clear Winter's night, and slh'er stars
glittered upon it. The lloor was cov
ered with a green silken carnet. nml
the room bail twelve high windows in
golden frame-work ; In each window a
virgin was painted on crystal glass in
tho loveliest rainbow colors, with a rov-
nl crown on her head, and in each win
dow was also another upon n tlitfercnt
ground, but each wns more beautiful
than tho other, so that tho prlnco was
quite dazzled. And as ho was gazing
on them in full astonishment, not know
ing which to choose, tho lovely figures
began to move liko living beings, and
looked toward lilm and smiled upon
him as If they wished to speak.
Then tho prlnco s.tw that ono of tho
windows was concealed by a white cur
tain, which hu drew aside in order to
pee what was behind it.
Then stood n virgin dressed in white,
wltli a silver girdle round her wai-t and
a crown of pearls upon her head. She
was tho loveliest of all, but sad and
pale ns if plio had risen from tlio grave.
The prime stood long gazing on tlio
IlgJie, and seemed llkeone in a dteam,
and white lie was thus looking at her
Ills Heart was .-orely grieved, and he
-aid, "llcralune will 1 choose, ai.d no
other." And as soon as lie had spoken
i huso words tlio virgin bent her head,
.md a red hue liko tli.tt ol a ruse spread
over her checks, Al the same ihhiih ui
ml tin-olln-r ti,uiip Minitl.ed.
Alter he had leit the tower and re
turned lo the king, Ins lather, lie lolu
nun ail tiiai ho nail seen, and which o,
ihu virgins iio had cho.-cn. Tin u the
o.tl king was Illicit with sorrow, but in
a miimi nt ho raised las head and said :
' l'liou titt.it chosen ill, my son, ami
done wiong in uncovering thai which
was concealed. Thou wilt also unci
with grout dangers for the words ilinu
bust spoken, 'this virgin is in the pow
er of a wicked m.igiciuu, Imprisoned
within an lion castle, and none ol tlio-e
who have gone lo set iier lieu havoevei
returned to their homes again,"
The prince now departed from the
king, his father, ami rodo lortli toward
the iron castle that he might obtain his
bride. When ho had got a long wa
on ids Journey he came to a deiio wood
ami rode into it mull at length lie lost
his way. And as lie was wandering
through tlio wood and amongst rocks,
not knowing which way to turn, hu
heard u voice behind him shout :
"Halloa, there! etop!"
Tho priuco turmd round and beheld
u verj tall man who was hastening to
il aril lilm.
"Wait and tnko mo with you," mid
tho voice, "If you take me into your
rervlce you will never have cause lo ie
" Who art thou'."' cried the prlnco j
"and what can'st thou do V"
"I am called i.oiigljody and canatretch
out my limbs to a great length. Do
you beo tlio bird's nut yonder at tlm
top of that high llr-tree'.. 1 can reach
it down for you without having to
climb the tree."
And thereupon he began titrctchlng
lilmselr out, anil his body rapidly grew
lunger and longer, till he was as high
as tho treoltM'lf. Then ho reached forth
his hand to take the nest, ami when he
had taken It his body uhruiik in again,
and hu handed tho nest to tlio prince.
"Thou uiiderstnuilcbt thy bu.iness
well," slid thu priuco; "but what Is
thu u -ii of birds' nests to me, if thou
canst not help mu out of Iho forest?"
"Hem! that is easy enough ! replied
Lougbody, ami ho stretched himself
again till he was three times as tall as
the tallest tree in tho forest. Ho then
looked around anil, pointing in ii certain
direction, bald, "From yonder side is
the nearest road out of the wood."
Then he tlrew himself in again, took
tlm horse) by the bridle, and ueut on In
front, lleforo the prlnco had time to
nbsi rvo it they had already leit the fin
est behind them. Ileloio them lay a
great plain hacked by high gray rock
like Hit- nails of a large town, and
mountains covered with forests.
"Yonder goes my companion," said
I.ongbody, pointing to tho further end
of thu plain, "You ought to lake lilm
with you, too, for he could rentier you
"Villi lilm hither, that I may nee
what there Is In lilm."
"It is rather n long way off, master,"
answered Loiigliody. "Ho would hard
ly hear mu If I wore to call lilm; be
sides, it would take him n long tlino to
reach in, for hu has much to carry with
him. 1 would rather go and fetch lilm."
Then liOiigbOkly lengthened kiuisetf
main townrd Ulupky, till kj Uwwl rtueli-
ed as fur ns tho clouds, made ono or two
steps, seized his coinnido by tho arm,
nun pincctl lilm before tlio prince. He
was n laigo muscular fellow, with an
"Who nrt thou?" nsked tho prince;
"ami what enn-t thou do?"
"Master, I am eniled Ilroadbodyjnnd
can swell mytelf out toagrent breadth."
"Det me see," said tho prince, "w hat
you can cio."
"Hide with 'all speed Into tho forest,"
returned Ilroatlbndy : and Immediately
bc-pati to Hit el I out Ids body.
The prince was puziled lo know why
lie should ride uttny mi quickly; bill
when he saw I.ongbody running with
all his might toward the forest, ho spurr
ed on his horse, and hurried after him.
And lucky it was for lilm that ho Aid
so, or llroadbody would soon have
crushed him nml his horse to dentil ; for
lie Increased mi raphlly on nil sides, that
the whole place was soon filled wit!:
lilm, as If it mountain had j-olled down
upon them. Then he slopped swelling
himself, nnd blew out tho air with such
tremendous force that ho made the for
est shake, nnd appeared again ns be
fore. Thou liasl driven mo Into a sad
plight," said tho prince; "but such a
fellow as thou art is not to be found
every day, ho comu along with me."
1 hey proceeded further on their wav:
and as they were approaching the rock,
tney met ono who had Iiis eyes bound
with n cloth.
"Master! that is our other compan
ion," said I.ongbody, "You ought to
take him into your service, for surely
he will not eat h's bread for nothing,"
"Who nrt tliouV" demanded tho
prlnco; "and why hast thou thy eyes
bound in that fashion? Surely thou
canst not see thy way."
Oh, sli! quite thu contrary," replied
he, "ll is just becau-e I sco'oocle.irlv
lull have my eyes bound.for u ilh them
bound I can seu as well as you can with
yours free. If 1 take a nay tlio cloth,
ny sight penetrates through the thick
est subslancu; and if I look rather hard
at any thing it cither takes lire, or flic
Into n thousand pieces. Tor which rea
son I am called Keeneye."
He then turned himself towards the
rocks that sto.nl opposite them, removed
thu bandage, nnd llxed his fiery eyes
steadily upyn them. Presently tlio hard
rocks began to crackle, tlio pieces flew
in nil directions, anil In a few tnlnutiR
nothing was leit of tho rocks but a heap
of sand. Then they saw in tho midst ot
the sand something shining liko fire.
Keeneye fotchnl it, and presented It to
thu prince, who on beholding it fonntl
that it' was a lump of pure gold.
'Truly, thou art n valuablu fellow,"
said the prince, "hu is n fool who
would not make iw of thy service. Hut
ince tltoii ha-t stuii an excellent eve,
Jn-t look and tell me how far wo me
I'lom the Iron I a-tlc, and what Is going
on within it at this liniment."
"If you rodealone, maMer," answer-
tl Keeneye,"y. u would notarrlvethere
in a year, lint with our lielpyoti will be
there before the day is over. They are
at this moment preparing tho evening
meal for tis,"
"And what Is my bride doing I"
"She Is Hitting alone
In the cloomv tower
llr magic power."
Then said the prince : "Let him who
U my friend help nn tn set her free."
And (hey nil thrre promised to give
lilm their help. So they Jnrneyed on
through an opening between the rocks,
which Keeneye hnd madowlth hlseyc.
r.r away overhigh hills and through
dark forests ; and whenever nny hin
drance come in their way, tho three
companion onn removed them.
As the sun was going down, tho hill-
grew -mailer, the forests thinner, the
rocks were hid beneath the brown
mountain heather, nnd the castle was
seen a short dlotanco before tliem. Hut
as tho sun was leaving tho earth, they
crossed tho Iron bridge Hint led to the
old castle-gate ; and when It was quite
set, the iron bridge rai-ed ltelf, the
tto closed, nnd tho prince, witli his
three companion, stood prisoners with
in the Iron Castle.
The prince then gave his horse to be
led into tho stable. Kverythlng was
preparetl for litem ; so, after they had
si en round Hip courtyard, they enter
ed the castlo hall. Kverywhere, in th"
courtyard, in th" ituhlivtnd In the hall.
they saw by the twilight many people
In rich attire, both men and women ;
hut not one of them moved -they were
all turned to stone.
Tho prince and Ills companions, after
wandering through ninny apartments',
came nt length to tho banquet-hall. It
was brilliantly lighted, and In tlio mid
dle stood n table covered with n pro-
fulon of rich vlnndi, and laid out for
four persons. They waited u long time
thinking some one would come; but
llndlng that nobody appeared, they sat
down nnd began to eat nnd drink till
they were filled. When they had fin
ished their lnenl they looked about lo
see If they could -not find somu plnco
where they might sleep. As they were
thus occupied tho door suddenly flew
open nnd thu magician walked Into Iho
loom, Hu was nu old man ilrcscd In it
loin, black rbe, and bowed down by
years. His head was bald, but his gray
beard flowed down t the knees, und in-
lead of a glrdto three Iron rings inr
CO iron Tings till-
rounded his body. He led hy tho hand
i most lovely princess clothed In while.
Around her waNt -he warasllverglrdle,
ind upon head a crown of pearls; but
she was pule and -a.l, as if shehad rl-en
inmi the grave. The priuco knew her
again in ti moment, sprang up, wild
wem toward her; but ere hu could speak,
thu magician adilre.--ed lilm tu thc-.o
words; "I know why thou art come
nithcr ; thy Intention Is to hear away
this prlnccps. tiiiud, Hu it so! It is
permitted thee to claim, after thou uist
guarded for for thiee nights together
without allowing her to escape. If thou
fullest, thou and thy three attendants
will bu turned Into stono, liko nil those
wholmvoHintlotheattempt before tlice."
Ho then led the princess to a seat, and
Too prince "ould not turn hli oyes
uwy from her, Jiu wtii so very lovely.
He began to spenkjolier, and to nil;
her many things; but slionnswcred not,
nor did she even hhiIIo or look upon
mm, nut remained llkon innrbleHtntuo.
I to sat down hy her side, nml resolved
hero to sleep during tho wholo of the
night, so that she might not escnpe.
rorgreatcrfitfety, I.ongbody length-
ened iilmseirtti tho rullest extent, nnd
lay all round tho room. Hroatlbody
placed hlnnolf within tho doorway,
swelled out his body nnd stopped the
way so completely, that oven n mouse
could not got through. And Keeneye
Mood in the middle of the room like a
pillar, sons to keep watch. Inn little
wlille, however, nil thico growing
weary fell asleep, ainl slept the whole
night as soundly ns If they hnd been at
Iho bottom of tho ocean.
When tho morning twilight began to
dawn, the prlnco nwoko, nnd when he
saw thnt tlio princess had disappeared
no seemed as If ho had been .struck in
the henb with a knife. Ho lost no time
in nronslng the threo companion?, nnd
nsked What w.is to bo done,
"Do not be In the least trouble, mas
ter!" quoth Kccneyu looking out of
the window, "for I see her nl ready. A
hundred miles from tliiscastlolsaforest.
In tho midst of tho forest stands nn
oak, upon thnt oak is nn worn nml tlm!
acorn Is the princess. I.ongbody shall
take mo on Ids shoulders, and wo will
"oon get her back ngaln."
.So ho got upon I.ongbody's shoul
ders, who stretched himself out, nnd
left the eaMle. Knell step ho took
measured ten miles. Keeneyo showed
lil ti the way, and In less tlmo than ont
requires togo round n cottage they wen
back ngnln. I.ongbody g.tvo tlio neorp
to the prince, and said :" Let It fall up
on the ground 1" Th prince did as h.
was told, and at the same moment tie
beautiful princes? stonn heforolilm
And as the sun began loshnwhlin-el
.tlmvo the hills the door flew open with
u loud crash, and the magician entered
with a fiendish laugh ; but assnon ns Ip
beheld tho princess there lie appeared
gloomy. And as ho was muttering
something between his teeth, in tin in-
stai t ono of thu iron rings that wer.
round Ids wal-t snapped nsundcr am!
fell to the ground. Ho then took tin
princess hy the hand pud led her away
Tho next day as the prince had noth
ing to do he wandered through thecjisth
and nil around it, to seu everything thai
was mn-t remarkable there. On nil
sides it appeared ns if life iind been
stopped at one blow. In one of tho hull
wns. i prlnio holding with both hand'
a sword over hi-head. Ho seemed on
the point of cutting some quo Into piec
es, but bad been turned into Mono ere
hu could finish hi stroke. In ono room
was a knight who appeared, ivhilst fly
ing with outstretched arms toward
-omo one, to havo stumble. 1 against the
thro-bold of the door, andiWaa falling,
but had been turned Into 'stono before
he reached tho earth. In another room
he beheld n man servant silling before
the firo-phico witli a picco of meat In
one hand and another piece in tho other,
which lie wns raising to his mouth ; but
had not brought It -o far eru ho had be
come a mass ol Iffcltss stone, And mnn
.titers ho saw in tho samo petrified
state, each in the position in which he
was when tho magician uttered the
words" Hecomo stone."
Hu a No saw many beautiful hfirses,
both Inside and otit sldothucasfle, which
had shared tho sumo fate. Death nnd
gloom were on all sides. There were
trees, but they had no leaves on them ;
meadows without grass; nnd a rivor In
which water did not flow. Not a bird
was to bo seen that could sing; not a
flower tint could bloom ; notntlsh that
could swim in the water.
At morning, noon, and evening tin
prince ami his threo companions found
a sumptuous meal ready for them. An
unseen power served up the viands and
poured tho wlnu into their glasses, so
that they hud nothing to do but to eat
Scarcely was tlio evening meal over
before thedoor opened and the magician
again appeared, leading the princess
who was tn beguanled a seiond nigh
by the pi luce. Now, although they had
all llrmly made up their minds to wltl
stand thu iiiflutme of s!et p llils nigh
yet It was of no u-o, rr they soon iell
into a sound slei p. Ami i hi n at earl
dawn thu prince awoke and lotiud the
prluuess gone again, he spuing up, ainl
-baking Keeneye by lite -linudus,
died: " 1 In, there ! bistir thysell, thou
of the sharp eye. Knowest thou when-
the lady has lied'
Keeneye rubbed ills eyes n little whiiu
llieti looked around him and .aid :
"I already sen her I Two hundred
miles from here staiulp a hill; within
that hill is a ink; within that roik is
a prccloussinnc, and that precious stone
is the fair princess, If Longbody will
carry me on his shoulders, wo shall soon
I.ongbody then tool: hi- comrade on
Ills shoulder, lengthened hlnisfif out,
nnd departed from the castle, K.ich
stun ho made measured twenty miles!
When they "arrived within sight of thu
hill, Keoneye llxed bin fiery eyes upon
It. and immediately it began to crumble,
and tliu rock became a burning mass, in
the midst of which thu precious atone
was seen to glitter, They took it up
ami brought It loihu prince, and uifcorm
as hu had thrown it on the ground tM
I .iliavesiiiuii.llii;.ail ni-i.au 111111.1)11-11,
princess slood again before hlm. TJien
, w hen the magician canto mm. jfow her
there, his eyes tlsshedjvJlhiger, and
beforo hu hud limn to sneak, a second
i lug snapped a-uuder nml felt iroirVlils
body. Tim magician growled ,wllh
rage, and led the pi Incuts nwity.
Tills day p.tssed I lien tho one boforo
It. After tho evening meal, tho magi
cian brought in the princess again, nnd,
looking with a Uccu glnnco into tho
prince's eyes, said, witli il hVndNh
chuckle ! " It will now bu seen which Is
the mightier of us two: whether thou
or 1 will gain the victory." Whereupon
hu left the room, nml all threo resolved
not to sleep that night, determined not
even to sit down; but In spite-of their
efforts, ono nftur tho other soon yielded
to the power of sloop, oven while walk
ing, ami iho prltici'si escaped a third
lu thu uiui'ulm; tho priuco was tltti
PRICE FIVE (JBKTB.
first again to discover tht dlsnppcutanco
of tho princess. He lan to hit keen
eyed companion, nnd shaking him vio
lently, cried: "Ho, Uicrr, Keeneye I
Oct up and tell mo whero tlio princes
Ho of tho keen eye Blood looking for
a long time. " I sco her nt last," said
ho. "She Is a long way off, master, a
very long way off! Three hundred
nillc3 from hero la tho Hlack iklij In
the middle of that sen, lying at tho
bottom, is n mussel ; lu the Iticldo of
tlmt miB-el is n golden ring, nnd thai
ring is the princess. Do not be troubled,
master, for we shnll get her yet. Hut
we shall hnveto tnko llroadbody with
us this time, for we shall want lilm."
Longbody then taking Keenuyo on
one shoulder, nnd Uroadbody on the
ither, started on his wny. Each step
ho took men-lured thirty miles!
hen they had come to tho Black
Sea, Kccneyo showed his companions
what part of tho sea tho mussel was to
bo found in. Longbody stretched out
his hand iw fur ns ho was able, but could
not reach" tho bottom.
"Stop, comrades, stop a little!" ex
claimed llroadbody, "nnd let mo help
you." 'When ho had spoken these
words, ho began swelling himself out
ts fur ns he could; he then laid him
down on thu shore nnd began to drink.
As ho drank tho water fell, until at
length it win low enough to allow Long-
tody to reach the bottom with ease, and
to bring up tho ring.
Then hu bade his com pan ions got upon
its shoulders ngaln, so that they might
lose no tlino in returning. Hut on tho
way he found it impo-siblo to run fast
iiough, for llroadbody, who had drunk
ip half tho sea, hnd grown eo much
leavier. So when they ;nrrived at a
alley he shook his companion oil', w ho,
. failing to the p-en; d, un.do r. '.i
.I- ndons noise, toiiH'-.tii. g lU.etntt'
. sack falling from a high toner. In n
ew minutes the wlmlv valley was fil td
.villi water, and resembled n large hike,
llroadbody could hardly crawl nut of It.
Meanwhile in the castlo. the prime
was growing very uneasy. Tho rosy
'Horn vvasjnlrendy rising from behind
lie hills, and his attendonts were not
yet back. As the morning grew bright
er Ids fear grew stronger, and a cold
sweat covered his brow. Soon tho eun
was visible in tho east, like n thin streak
of llro inn moment tho door flew open,
nnd tho magician nppcared in tho door
way, nml cast his oyes slowly round the
room. AVhon he saw that the princess
was not there, n grin of malicious do
light spread over Ills face, and ho cam
forward into tho middle- of the room,
but before ho could utter a word the
window wns smashed Into n thousand
pieces, the ring fell on the ground, and
behold! tho prlnc. stood again before
For Keeneye, when ho uw what was
going on In tho castle, told Iongbody
what great danger his master stood in.
Longbody then made ono rapid step.
and stretching forth his arm, throw the
ring through tho window Into the room.
Th magician ronrfid with nngcr so that
tlio castle trembled. In nu Instant ths
third ring snapped asundor and fell to
th') grnund,'nud nt tho same momcat
tho magician wns transformed into a
raven and flew away through tho brok
Then tho bcnutlfnl princess began to
speak, and as ho thanked tho prince
for her freedom, a soft blush, liko that
upon a rose, sprend over her checks.
Everything In all parts of the caBtle
was filled with life. He who held the
raised sword in his hand struck one
blow through tho nlrso that it whistled,
and then returned tho weapon to Its
sheath. Tho knight who appeared fall
ing, fell to tho ground, but In an Instant
iprangjto his feet ngain.and put his hand
tohNnoseto see If it were still wholo and
safe. Tho servant before the fire place,
put the piece of meat in his mouth, and
went on eating, and in the same way
ench ono fini-hed that which he was
about to do beforo tho words of the ma
gician struck them into stone. In tho
stables tho horses stamped and neighed
right lustily. Thu trees about tho cm
do put forth their leu ves liko evergreens,
til meadows became covered witli va
ried flowers, the larks trilled aloft In
ihe air, and hosts of fish wi re swim
ming In the fresh iimnlng sircam, All
was life! All Was ghidniH-!
'.Icmwiille, a lurg- h-ci'i".- m -n. ; . .
entered the room wheie the prln w- s,
ind thanked him for having gi. n
them their liberty. H'it lie ansvvvu'd,
"You ought not toth.uiK me; fori. my
faithful compinlons had not Wii with
me, I should, ere now, Irivv been what
The prince now began to think of r.'
turning lo hlsatherV p-ilnce with his
bride and faithful citmpitntuus. They
all. started out, and on their way met
llroadbody, whom they took withtheui.
The old king wept for Joy nt the good
fortune of his son. lie had alroudy
given up nil hope of over seeing him
Threo weeks after this the hsppj
wedding took place.: tlm feint lat-1
threo weekH, nnd all tlm knights whom
tho prlnco hud liberated were invitfd.
When il was over" the three (..intrudes
told the young king (for lie whs now
Mf 'JlPjsJds father's temt that they
vvhlTed to go again lute the whin world
toiseck employment. .
Tho young king tried Jv pi'rsuJ,
them to stay wltlfhlm. -'.
"I will glvoyiu.vvh-.itover you wish
till you die, and you will wi no Hind
to work," he said.
Hut theyjvx'ro not content wljji su:h
nn Idle life, so they went away, ind
even at this day they are WHiidorlng
about In some part nf the world.
A TAi,r,,koe!i-eyed country man vvslk.
cd Into a court-room during the pro
grits of a trial. Stepping np to one of
tho "ring," ho requested that the pris
oners might be pointed out to him. The
lawyer ho accosted, being somewhat of
n wag, pointed to thojury. Tho stran
ger surveyed them critically, when
turning to his Informer, bo remarked ;
"Woll, thoy aroa hard looklngsot, ain't
they? 1 know by their looks thoy ought
to go to Statu' Itlson, every OtJ of