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Tn nil Ahs'ii M-! l.
I am lonely, I Dm l.'iit-lv,
Although m il; V fi tends are round ;
I n in lunch, I am lonely,
For tlum art imt Willi thi-iii found.
An flower ilfi-vpil if simliul.t.
Droop 1, when afar from thee :
A a bird w ith wounded i it i on,
With thee yearns my heart In In-.
F.r wlili the I nni piiiimr.
In the lii.iiity-li,imilr, T i i I t
When the hiily ttlars mi1 rdiiiihu,-,
For til) H II- ryes' i,c:illo lilil.
Conic tn me, Oil, eomi:ind i bi rr mo,
Willi tliy spirit utiiriiu I'll'"' ;
Hll", lll ls, (tin I i- msl Ii,i'. Ii in,-,
I Mil lo'.ely, nil .llnlic I
Tin- sun n.iy warm tho grass In life.
Tin- dew the iliimpim; flower i
The cjc-s prow briu'ht, and watch the- lif;lil
Of Autumn's npcidii); hour
Hut words tli.it breathe of tenderness
Aii'l smiles vf know ire true.
Arc i r mi r tli.in tin' Hummer-! i in f.
Arc luhlcr than t!ic tli-v .
Tf is nut in n-li the world ran ;;ivi,
Willi nil il nubile iiit,
Ainl irold and iretin me mil tlm thine;
'I'n sanctify III"' hc.nf ;
Hut nil, if lli.i.ic nil. i cluslrr rn lint
Tin- .1 1 . .1 r .in. I tlic hearth,
Have pen' lr Words, ,iii I loving smiles,
II.nv licn.ii l' i is earth J
Hints for llio Schmmi.
We fojiy tli"' fnllinviiiit front t!n Oliio
rnrin'T, inn! recommend Lt careful peru
sal of them :
lie Kiiro to liriii; your stock wiiliin the
limits of your fodder. Do net commence
the winter, trusiii.!' to an open or mild
Hi'iiKiin to help you lliloii'.'h. To m oid
this, you limy do mime of tho follow in-r
things: 1. Si-ll or kill till you art sure
that your supply of food is sullit-iciit for
your stock. 2. ruy ,rr;iiu or hiiy, to meet
tho demand. :. )riu your .stork to (lis
tricts where fooil in plenty. The last
cour.-e is tho host, where your Mock is
strong and you do not have to drive too
far, if you can irel the animal Kept by a
A Amiti Amu r Schools. H.nu a
good school at home thnt is in yotir own
neighborhood, for four or five months
this winter. In Northern Ohio, wo suit
pest that it woiilj he Ix-lter, if you can, 'to
have your winter bchdols continue till
ahout the first of April. Our reason for
this is, that spriti"; work does not fairly
hegin till after that time, and November
is a belief mouth for out-of-door work
than March. For n five months' school
from the middle of November to the mid
dle of April, is as good a time as any in
A WoKD AIIOfT Wl NTtH FvEN I NCS.
Shall the coiin'mr of Innjr evenings be
made to tell on the interests of farming in
your neighborhood ? Are you going to
get up a Farmers' Club, to' discuss "'the
ipiestions pertaining to your business ?
Will you lay in company with your neigh
Urf, some fifteen or twenty dollars" in
books and pamphlets of the best kinds,
that will furnish all the young people with
needed information? We think wit hear
you saying " Yes, all these matters aie
under way, and we w ill report progress."
Agricultural Machines and their
Within the past few years the manu
facture of agricultural machines has be
come quite a business in the West, and
as the demand is always increasing for
articles of this kind, we may expect that
manufactories will increase in the simo
ratio. We often hear our farmers, who
use these implements complain that many
of them ure very poorly made. That they
look very well at first, but in a short time
give out, become deranged, or break down,
with even a common amount of use. Tho
manufacturers of course get all the blame,
and there i no doubt that n jretly good
share of it Monirs to ;it leiist .-iVnt .-.e
them. Yet the fanner is uU in error to j
n considerable extent, as it is the practice I
to purchase the cheapest articles of the I
fl.kairA.t ..... ...!.K 1.-..I . I
.......... i,,, una ,-ry lime regam as
to who is the maker. Now this is wrong.
It is necessary that u higher price be de
manded mid paid for a well linished ma
chine than for one put together in a rude
mnvorkroarilike manner, whose only claim
to notice consists in the paint and varnish
with which it is covered. Th.'re is also
a great dilieieu.e in the i;mlity of the
material of which such implements are
made. Where wrought iron is us. d, there
is to the nmnufacturor a tyreat difference
in the cost of the severul kinds ; " com
mon," much of which w ill I reak with a
very slight ttrain, costs a gcd deal less
than "cable," and still less than ' char
coal." The last mentioned mialin- l
the strongest of all. And in cast iron
there is also a great contrast. Scrup osts I
but little, atid
but the castings produced from burnt stove
ptates and such like scraps have got pre
cious little tenacity, and along with their
hardness they are almost as brittle a,
crockery ; while " hanging rock," Scotch
pijj, and even the common qualities of
American pig, cost a great deal more.
Fart of the latter is of course used, but
too often in less proportion than should be.
Hut could a higher price be obtained by
the manufacturer lie would put in iH-t'.er
material, because ho could ail'urd it.
Tl.en in rci'iiril to tli wiirVin-ii.vl.lr,
lolts witli hall-cut threads, and nuts that !
jievcr fitted, are lt;t illy calculati d to keep '
,miwvw-w -.-v.? n, w i iii m mil
I aiivihin,' in pi.ii.i-; mm ; oij ln.il; i wniih
it d'leii mh Ii. And the filling of parts I-
xery (( it no fitting ai till, but a brnii-iim
lo'-ethi-r uf surfaces by sheer arm alnl i
m i -wiein h fori e. To put two-pieces
i f ini lal pl npei ly toijether, n ijiiires a
food loci lianie, who must be will paid,
while a poorer, workman may receive
.-iinilli r wages, and will huriy oer work
in a maimer th;t nn U""il workman weuld
lon-i'lif hiiieilf iu-li!ied in lining.
.Maki-l sw i t In lit iiiiii ti ( hatacti r H si ike,
have and iln, piiHluce pour liini'liiln-s in
this mamii.r, mid selling at a low rate -whiih
they can Weil allol .l to do - compel
to a certain extent the honest maiiul'iicturer
tii do the same, or abandon the market.
The majority of fanners are, unfortunately
1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ly eeiuiiiali-'ii to detci l the Jioor
lioiii lh.' well finished nrti 'le. In many
caes it is iitmo-t iii.jni il !e lo do so, w iifi
out taking tin' i tj.i I 1 1 1 - to I'i' i cs, and e'. en
then he woi. Id require to be pu-,.,es ,ei i.f
cole idel'lil e lliei li.ihil al knov ledge, ill
fact to be a nm liiiiist him.ielf. The only
course therefore, thai oar farming com
liiiiniiy can adopt, is (n buy the lu st, and
from makers who are known to produce
well in.i'le iiiaciiuies, having in laila
character to lose, mid to such n one. ii is
absoliiii ly iieces. ary tn pay a good price
for his ai iti les.
Care sin mid ul
vi be taken to purchase
or machines, us little
complicated m jmis
;iMe. Machines enm-
posed ot 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 v pails, an
1110-.1 readily lut
out oi or.ier, an.i are ui"-t iiiiin uit to re
pair, even if farmers had the mie.- ary
skill, whiih, us a general thing they lime
not - to put them again to rights, it would
require a i-mall inailnii" shop, with all its
appurtenances, to enable tin in tn do so.
This i if course cannot be had. Some
oihi-r person must therefore do thi put
of tho hit-iiuey.-;, and it becomes thereby a
heavy item of expense, and ought to be if
p-;iLle avoided. Inventors and makers
cf .such article should bear in mind, that
the less complex a machine is, the more
valuable it is, all oilier things being equal.
We may return to this subject at some
future day, and in the meantime will hope
that these few hints will produce a good
ellect on both producer and consumer. If
farmers and inuuufui Hirers w ill co-operate
with us, we w ill try and serve them, and
ruin the trade of reckless manufacturers
w ho make machinery only to sell. Ohio
Moustroii Ui-cmtli iiiailc Vvv
miiiMiit. This is a fact whiih the best botanists
describe as a fixed one. Take a plant
which has produced n " sport" or monstrous
deviation from its normal form, l'ropa
gati'froin the stem on which the "sport"'
grew, and the scion will produce the same.
In this way some new varieties of flowers
are added to the supply wo already have.
.More w ill be added hereafter in the same
In ms. Strawberries may yet be
planted on favorable soil. IJa-pl errry
plantations may be made this month. Dig
all potatoes and fall root crops and have
them .stowed where they will be warm
enough, but not so as to'sweat. Horse
radish may be taken up and replanted.
The larger roots may be laid aside for
use. They may be kept as your ether
roots are. Now is the time for planting
deciduous trees. While the dry weather
lasts, tins may lie done. J.vergreens
should be left till spring.
I!l r.KiiiM; Theis to make them bear,
consists in cutting the bark up and down
the tree, from the limbs to the ground,
about the lin-t of May. The bark should
le cut entirely through, lint the wood
should not be ie;ietraied with the knife.
The advantages claimed for this operation
ure these: 1st. It promotes rapid growth.
'Jnd. It brings trees into bearing sooner.
ld. It niils tho.-.e trees whose outside bark
is hard and unyielding. Stone-f;ui;ed
trees are not injured, it is said, l y this
Mowed Froh llcrfaiul Itlcc.
I'ut an ounce of fat in a pot, cut half a
pound of meat in large dice, mid a ten
spoonful of salt, half one of sugar, an on
ion sliced; put on the lire to stew for fif
teen minutes. Min ing occasionally, then
add two ounces of rice, u pint of water ;
stew gently till done and serve. Any
savory herbs will improve the flavor.
Fr.h pork, veal or mutton may be done
in the mm' way, and half a pound of po
tatoes used instead of the rice, and, n-s
rations are served out for three days, the
whole uf the provisions may be cjoked at
once, as it w ill keep for days in the w inter
and is easily wanned up again.
Vvrt utile of I'lowrrs,
The pcrfuni" of ll.nvr. may 1-e
eivd in a cry siu.i!u uia.uicr", unl
out apparatus, (.athi-r the iIhwit with I
a little stalk as p.iihle, nn 1 j.la.v thein
in n jar, thr. e parts full of . live or almond
oil. After bein ; in ih' dil twentv-four
nmrs. put til-mi m a coar.-e rl.uh nnd
T'l f fr:,"U,l0,,V ThiH'ro.V-. ;
ii ucni iniwcis, is to tit" rcliouti'i iic. .
LMi'din,' to the Mrenurth of the niTfume
ro.uiri.l. The oil bcinir thus thorouMv
. ith the volatile princinle of thi
llowers, is to
be mixed with nn imi.-il
(juantity of pure
Irl. I I. I . '
day for a fortnih
i 'iii'i nun .-;..iii i I'vc-ry
!, when it may lt p.niro.l
oil", ready fur us
Varni.-li for Iron.
amUh for Irou w irk. uwv ho m nl,.
-1 ako one iraihui
1. 1 a t int ot turp 't-.tin.'. and tu-.n
"i "it oi vitriol, n.r i.u in
and apj lv llie inixtur-.' n p
C - I ' ! . .
AMI.RIC N AMI (Mill, IN I..
THE KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE.
I'l'IM II HV l.'it l (iMInnn t'l HK.
111' Iciinl.i-r l'"i' l.inn.ir. I vi'i. In iron (Ik-
rtv-Sictniil Ynl'iin.' ft the Knii-k"rlii-k-
Since the (n ice of Hulmci ipl imi I n rc-
il iccil J'nini Cue In three i.i!!,u 1 ,1 year, (lie
Clieiu.lliiill i'l III'' K Ml K I lllliu K1 11 ll.lt 1 II
llM'Ce, III llllv f.l'ir to one. In in my I.TCH
tell arc IhLi'H where there wan lint me hefnrc,
'u l Ihrmich the c.ir it Ini lie, n Hleailily in-
I'll' l.'il'L'. It it IHHV I'll' lcl ;1 I )ie;ip ,n JlliV
nf the !f.i!r,-iiiie, ;i! thiiiL' cmitl.lercil. In
il"!iil r in iki'i new nti. I pi o.li-inm prninl-iei,
we mhmit a few extracts I'nun in!ieei uf Lite
i . i m t ' i n , which we mmlit cxii-nil in a iniinhcr
"Tluiie ruiiiliar Willi tie- JMi'iirV Men'lil
'fiilisjp wi'h hit fleriilers have (l.i-lli'l-:-1,
wi'h nni -clvi . !i'lniiii'i the j-iir.-ui'l.-il sirin-e
uf ils wit ninl jnvniiNiii-H. In this iniinlicr
Tin' tiusHip' hnhls mi its way like Heme I'.nr
I i nil ' cl.incinj: iiml ii.-in-in in llie snir hiiii- if
n !M.iv ni.iriiii i'. We hm.-. Id wnn.ler leuv
Mr. t'l. irk cn-ihl In. 1. 1 out, i -Xpert inf lie miiihI
ci-rt.iinly h-t ilown' in liic nininif iininlicr :
I - T Ihn imniln-r )jivcn in) gin ef cNh-lilaLiiMi.''
N.il i'Ui.i 1 liitcllcnciT, Wiisliitiliia.
"I'lcHHiint, (fpniiil, ileliiflufiil t)lil Knick!"
Thy tilt tile is n q'ljjirett inn of thing- ilci-ct,iic ;
Hi- i ;hl nf thy iiiu'IckI, Irrth cover. halm
tn 'piiilnnl Nine ce: a ifl-mrr witliiti th'-c,
ln".t imtiilote for the Mum. Hion ht eiven
In kiii'lly Iniiniir, t'l piipiiml (leliaciitinii, ami
to M.h--Kji,ttin:f fun. il 'local li.iliil.il inn,'
whrio'il which th inlclit co waiiileTintr over
th" il'iinain nf 1. t'rrn, callini; now an.l then
Wll.'l'e a flienilly liner npi'lieil t(l tllCMI hilt 1'e-
fiiMimr i,, h,. . i in f. -t e.) fur the Iohh of their
nl.l ile.ir liuinc." Coui iiT, Itui liiiiflim, VI.
"'I'lli' en-, 0 care i-viin-'-.l ill th" helecliou nf
nnicles that nilnrti i't pair"-', it a nufficipiit
rii.'iianly that mi cunt r i In i' inn lie .-'t Die eye nf
the reailer linl (hiwe whitli are kiinun to lie
wnrihv ef liii 1'i'iiHal. When ntnrmi atti!
w ilil tempests liro Hweciln!f o'er our hill-i.le
vill.iirc in tlii-M" chill winter hnurs, and is
ill ear ninl ilesolale w ithout, wo ask for no
more airreeHhle riimpirtion than the 'KwrrK
r ii hoik in' t for while, i i. n enntcnts impart
lahl.lhle iiifiiriii.lt inn, i(q oallies of cenni'ie
w't are a snvereiK'n ppecifir for nil fits ef the
Miles or ettarkn of tho lmrrnr, ninl tiino
pase incrril nn." l)"itorriit, Dovli'Vown,
Pcnn. ' '
"The Kvu KKininf kkw has hren ami will ho
n fart of it own ; n jromiino living lhiii!f. nil
the more (Iriirahle now-thnt the now crop of
in.i'ri.ines, lilh-il with articles pirated from
Miii.lisli mithors, maken fresh luuno rival ionn
iniiri! cniiMpicnoiis ninl welcome." New
York Christian Inquirer.
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THE WATER-CURE JOURNAL.
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on till subjects relating to human pro-Teas and
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lar Health Journal in the world." fN Y"
THE r II R F. N" 0 L O i ; 1 0 A L JOURNAL.
n. , , rt , ,
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llure. and a ,... ..r,,..;
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,.:?i'!.v '". portain-
iiir:.u,i.Sy. i lu- D.-autU ul tvii.vra
V.'. ' ."" . ""I" u'r.ccier or ine
illustrations, ale not
cicceeded in nnv u-nrV
with which wear. ;.e,,,.,i... ". "n
itu wliicli wear
liroe Dollar $3J. a copv of
eac h of tl
tiiit-e J . i l r 1 1 . 1 1 s villi he seer .ti.t
V- r; ior i. Dollars, half a year. Ph-as-address
all letters, prepaid, as follows :
FOWLER t W FT T J
No. 3ih Broadway, New York.
Greene, Weare &i Benton,
I hi ,r i? .ANM L'VW AtiENTS, Co i.icil
(II. 11 If . ... . . B
(ir.-ei.e & W.'.iro, CV.hr lipids l.nv.i
(.reene. We.lre A: Rice. Fort ). s M . nes, I,,
' -'.t.iti.111 i re i.irv. l.vi-
' ' ' suiaue; ,ixe paid; a-:d 1
i ' " i -"'l, :: at:y ; - ,-
T il 1 K I) V i: A It
o s yi O V O I. I T A X
The management of this new and popular
Institution announce, with pleasure, that ar
rangements for the lh. I-1 year have been com
pleted on th" most extensive scale. Works of
American Art, nnd the encouragement of
American genius, hive not been overlooked.
Commissions bnve been issued In many dis
tinguished American Artists, and a r-pecial
agent has isitnl the great Art Repositories
ef Europe ami made careful selections of
choice Paintings, Bronze and Marble Statuary,
Sif.,K'. Aiming which lire (he following ex
quisite pieces of Sculpture, executed from tho
finest Carari marble.
The New an. I Beautiful Statue c.r the
The Bus's of tho Throe Croat American
CLAY. WEBSTER AND CALHOUN.
Palmer's Exquisite Meal Bust.
Together with the Busts and Statues hi-Marble
APOLLO AND DIANA.
Tim Struggle for the Heart. Psvche, Venus
and Apple, Child of the Sea, Magdalen,
liiiioce The Little Truant, and
The Captive Bird.
liesi.les which, are numerous S'ahiettos n
Bronze, Medallions, ami a large and choice
collection of benulil'iil
by loading Artists; the whole of which are to
be distributed or allotted to subscribers of the
Association oRATriToi-M.v. at the next An
nual Distribution on the asih of JANUARY
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
The payment of Three Dollars constitutes
any person a Member of the Association, and
entitles him to
FIRST The largo and costly steel Eic'raving'
THIRD A share in tho Annual Distribution
or Works ol Art, comprising lare;e miin
ner or rauitinps. Sculpture, &e., &c.
The following Mapainos nre furnished to
those who prefer ihvm to the Emrravinpi
Harper's Magazine, (iodey's hadv's Book,
Knickerbocker Mairazine. (aham's Af.ica.
zino, Bhickwood's Miiura.ine, Southern Lite-i
rnry Messenir-r, V. S. IMae-nine. fra Ste,,l.. I
ens' New Monthly, and the British Quarterly
Reviews. I.Utell's Living Aire, f WecklvA
oli i,.. ,. . , a ' V
...... ,., i.i.-iitiM-i uiji, jur j
Thus it is seen, that for every $3 paid, the
"I"""1 "i only pets a tnroo dollar M-iea
i ,Me or I'-npravintr, but nlso th Art. .Iourn.il
i n.T ,',"ar' 311,1 a Ticket in the Distribution of
'"rj"" 0,1 rt ma,ii"R fur dollars worth of
1 JVy I,a,,,Pr' h' Vrt, whirli may,
I 1,1 a' I1"10"; ,lr''1"" a B"nnf ifnl Painting Statue,
or n" W 'nrk of Art, of preat value:
No person is restricted to a sinple share
Those takinc five memberships are entitled to
fclx Fiutravinirs. or nnv five of the Magazines
one year, and to nix Tickets in the Distribu
tion. Persons. In remittins; funds for membership,
will please cive their Post Office address n
1 ii,,e' to "l rr l.e letter . I '
the fw Olhce t preyent lTiss: on the rocein
tllll. Htatltur tUa innoih k ... U a. l .
. ..e --.I ; 1 . . .i - - ' "I
! petber wilh the I-S,
sired, will be forwarded to nnv part of the
tor Mi.'inbership. address
C. L. DERBY'. Aet'iurir r a a
At KaMern otfice, 3 is Broadway, N'ew' York,
or Western Otfice. Hid V
RRAD EDITORIAL OPINION'S.
'From the New York Fveninir Mirror."
Throughout the COlllllrv there nr ll,,,oo.,.la
Persons wlio purchase or subscribe for the
leadlllff 111.1 ra Z I.eS. at bo..b ul,.r ll
, , ... ' . ...w.t.o, (111 Ul
"' "'" " . .1'" "K mm Association, will not
' urn inrmriire ior tn' same
' 7 nnd f rZZ'ti Z IZ, "H,,itin,J'
.7:' . ' ",l ' ' d t,( 1 Vui 1,1 ft rare art-w c, k
, , ' '"V also receive that beauti-
fu nnarterh- tho " Art lr..,r.i ...
Such an eiitornria e.i.,..,.i c.,'.-i ' , 1
the approval and palron.-i",. of the nnblie ' 1 1 !
' T . . ?" i,s "bjectsare
nr.... ii... i- r-, . . . . -
,7 ,,e wriuMtiflTen and conducted (
by intellurent, i, .liable parties, the new Asso- !
ciation is entitled to eviry confidence."
I twist the Association will he eminently
aiie.ur..l 1.... i ' ..... .'
. .-.,,. iuvi-iv llliora lriducelileeta .
it Rtroiurlv to the patronage of the pub
lic Bavard Taylor. 1
"From the Louisville Courier."
.... " ' r " ,la."r
There is no danger of looi
"0"'a,,ce a,,aT' .M the full
"V.1. ?!ur..moi'y . ve th .atisfac
nuun ui iiiir inn bv ami im
imii oi MKiinjr me i- me Vrts "
i.rv. . ti n- . ' .
''I mm the V, ater Cure Journal."
. . "i''i"in vri Association seems
.'. I""'r "Ufuy successtul. as it is beneficial.
I ii'- I'lrtll Illl w 1
Inch it isf..,ii ' ".:
lmt ,,ne. v r" I
'From the Buffalo Moriiinir Express." i
vi r VM '
hat by ls p-iL-script leu he secures a rimdof j
pleasant and profitable readme;, or a cplendid
KiiErravm- and entitle, himself to a fir !
chance in the distribution, which disseminates,
and eiicour.iyes p-ood
the hoj.it iful and ek-vatim," ii . v i .'
more profitably expended ?
'From the New Y'ork Evcnh: Mirror."
YVc are not surprised to h-ar that hundreds
or subscriber are nouriiiL' in .b.in- n,,,
I e.iipris-is, rnnt (lie liun-lreds do not swell to
. t ll.l ia.l rwl u...... ......... . .i . . . .
- tr nnv ruuscriDer irels liis
money back certain, in the I,.. i, .. ....' '
.,.,..1,,,.,... i- " .- 1 ." ?-"r
rTratis." ' ' ' ' "
hs art chances
From the Lnu-svillo Courier."
Tho Cosmopolitan Art Association have re-
Z'r t ' 'arc'',18'a,'fb'r'''i''tTlare;o,,um.
.'ruck by the advanw X'j'w "
st it ut ion.
HI II memtii-r reeeivea n c.,1,,.. I: I
Or lieeoilles n sntiaerUtr-r
one of our excellent Ala-azines. an.neceivos
re-uiarly lor one year, payimr ,. mure tlm,.
'"e suhscrmt ion nrice. 1I. r, :. ... ,i ..
beauiil'iil .,,,l.li.,.; .i . . . i s iii.il
,.f .. i .J," ' '"."'rir i "'" 'Art jonnnt.' free
, f , arnrr 'line,
I nance ol drawing 8ome oue ,.f il..
s'andg a i
."'V'k ,"f Ar' to be distribuled. Thei .-r.'r.
' "I fiiini,jrns ,rt rr,i. if
so. ns !M lirainos. re'iiu
you nre takin
iw.'b the Cosinopolit.ia Art
111 . i il nn' 1,1.. .. Uf . . --It'll. (
' . " 'HilfLUlie, then se
; '", "v an
I U-tth r...l;.?..
. - . .....K in.iiier. at tlie same time helnin
I t.i disseminate ;lrf ,.. ... ... ""'r '1""
matter, at tl. Z,"' V: .
minato art over our land. 1 .
FAMILY vj nrrp
'"'""."J .Mmn, or ,-iny or cue mommy j wrong in a pui.iic garde ti of I'nris. and
JrTV T' nP 1 cM fr it by one of
"SilUi Zlt e ?Trdia,,s, said to him ; If lVere t
of Art. I P"t a dollar tipon each of your eves, could
THE SiiWrihe, has ,. hand a n.,o , tltll lri I Louder !'
KAMII.V FLOI'U, from W.ive'r v
1. II t rr iiil-i.. '
I'lr-.v.-ir l- -. i- Co,,,,,,;, ...... .
Aliseiicc i.s to love what facing is t0
the Imily ; n little Minmlntes it, hut u h,,,,,
iilislinenec is fatal.
Mr. Allien Smith once, wrote in nn
hotel register his initials, " A. S." A w-ikt
wrote underneath, "Two-thirds of tho
An did widow, when her pnstor said to
her, " (led has tint deserted you in your
old ag;t!," replied, " No, sir ; I have a
very t,ruud nppi -tiio still."
It is concluded nn nil hands thnt Indies
nre fair and the chickens, nr? fnvrt that
the money market is itghf, that the morals
are louse, and morning- gowns too.
Willimns, our quarter-master, ftrj
eccentric character, lie is married, and
constantly receives letters from his absent
rib ; these however he never opens, hut
keeps thein all tied up. On his return
he says, tdie can read them all of a lump!
An Kntrhsh cockney nt the Falls of
Niagara, when asked how he liked the
Falls, replied, " They're 'andsome mute
so ; hut they don't quite answer my fiex
Mertalions. besides I nvit thnrotmhlir
, ? J "-"CU
1 mill .it inv ot I ninfni- .-, 1 1.
in nn liingraving in 'ot weather and in the
They have sijjno primitive habits in
Hamilton county. They wash in mini
puddles nnd dry cm tnullen leaves. Tin
pnns answer for mirrors, while Mr. Flint
the hunter, shaves w ith a clam shell, un
less thy benrd is over a week old, when
he reduces it with a rasp.
A gentleman having done somethinff
i J'"u see ?" Tho nns' 'as, " No, but if
i nan anotner upon my month 1 could not
A young gentleman committed suicide
in a very novel manner. He ate a pint
of dried apples and drank water till he
" w ent in." The rash act was caused hv
; his father forbidding him to grease his
i,,,-,,,,.!,.., :,), .1,.? l . i.r.
youivjlivlios, iu crowds, and tears, attended
his funeral, with considerable bustle.
George the Third, talking to Hutton.
' ,nft Rforavian missionary, said: "Mr.
Hutton, I am told that you Moravians do
nnt p ' . Vnn- , , " ' '
n.1 . "r "1VPS ,bnt leave to J'0111"
ministers to choose for you is it so ?"
" Yes, please your majesty , marriuges
among the brethren are contracted, as
your majesty will perceive, after Ihe fash
ion of royally"
A queer case of adsence of mind is
troing the rounds, that happened to a vio
linist at an evening party where he was
.,1 a i
unucu m ,,iuy. ncr naving played a
Sri1 mn"y tUneS' a 0ne f the Com
I lm,1 present, asked linn it he could play
a certain clilhcult air. whereunon. havinir
tr-ed in vain to recall it to his memory, he
turned round with great composure and
iiiiu, wui ine lauy piea.se to wlmtle it.
A person named Dnno-er Lent a nnhUc
house on the Huntingdon road, near Cam-
On being compelled to
quit the house, which was not his own he
- . -I " UUl 1118 OHD, lie
built an inn on the cmnnsiio side nf h
road, and caused to be painted beneath his
ign, uanger trom over the way. His
successor in the old house retorted by in
scribing over his door, " There is no Dan-
for hero jvwv "
A ' armors Hoy," m Barren county,
He wants to know if she can milk,.
J net make his bread and butter,
And go to meeting without silk,
To make a " show and flutter."
He'd like to know if it would hurt
Her hand to take up stichrs ;
Or sow the buttons on his shirt,
Or make a pair of breeches.
Lately, nt a distribution of prizes in a
German village, a little girl seven year
old, whose parents had just been turned
out of their loihriiio-& l. .u.... ua
:r:t.i ."TV "
,a," u lu lmV ineir rPnt, was asked by the
iiir',,. ... j- i
chik r 8,1111,0,1 sacred h,slory-my
U , . ,.
" 1) you know die history of the crea-
i Know that Ood made all."
wtTc Aduin a nil F!v tnmo a-n
of Paradise ?"
The child hesitated a moment, and then
fixmcr her eyes on the examiner, replied
" Prohahly Ihry were turned out because
tfmj could not pay their rent t"
A man lately went to the Post Office.
nncj pwuiiijr hiS mouih tip to the deliverv
' "lvi Ut' 1" The clerk, Sup--
'r,,i111'; tho man lo be deaf, and that be
' !"J'"r could hear, asked him.
... - .v.j ,uin, luut, lIie name ol tne person,
for whom ho wanted the letter.
" Louder !" tried the man.
" Vhat name ?" yelled the clerk.
" Loudi-r ajraiii bawled the man, who
"'v stij'posed the clerk to be deaf.
I lie clerk took a lonp- breath, and with
nil his mi-ht no;ain bawled out in the
man's fare the same (jue.stion, "iVhat
name ?" This was done in so loud a tona
thnt tho m-li., ..I . . r . .u .
,...' ''"'u ' l'uni jroin uio
' he man started laek in alarm, hhout--
"' - i 1,1 uw very ton Ins hiir UMLr3 . roU.
' . . . ". 1
"Oh. ah oh ...' v,,;.l iboL,rl- it,.r.
luinif ii Louder, . h ' IV.Ii.'i tbinl- nf ibm
ii v.i'i:- t-i'i-.'
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