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One morning 'f 1 1" and I"''!'.
Poor Adam iinil In' !u id"
Rat in llii shade of Eden'a wiill
Hilt on tli P outer side.
Mic, Mushing III her fn leaf mm!!,
l'nr Ihe fhastp gaih of old ;
ll., k ijrli i mjt o'er his l it t r fi int.
l'nr Eden's grnpr of gold,
Behind them miii I i ri ix in the morn,
Tliplr fnrfrit fr-' r! i'ii l.iy t
llefore tliriii wild willi roi k ninl thorn.
I'lii" desert strctch-nl away.
Tiny heard tin' nir nhnve tin-in I.hhh'iI,
A UkIiI.dIi'P "" the sward i
Ami lol they saw lii-forr tin-in sIhiiiI
The nnge of the Lord !
" Arise 1" lie said '' why look hihind,
WlitMi hope In nil lii-Tore,
A iiit patient hand nml willing mi ml
Your loss m.'iy yet restore?
' I leave with you a spell whose power
Can make tin1 desert ghnl,
Ami rail nrouiul you fruit nml ibmcr
As fair ns r.ili-n had.
" I clolhc your hands with power In lift
'Hip curse from nil' your mm! :
Your very iloom hIhiII ni-i-mi a gift,
Your los a gain through 'i'oii..
" (o, cheerful ns you humming-bees
To lalior on In play ;"'
While glimmering orr Eden's trees.
The angel passed away.
Tlii' pilgrim of the world wont forth.
Obedient to tlu word ;
Ami fiuiiiil, where'er ttn-y tilli-d the earth,
A garden of thn Lord !
Tim thorn tree cast its evil fruit.
And MiihIipiI willi plum nml n-n r ;
And seeded grass nml troddi'ti root
drew nwi-i-1 beneath tlu-ir can-,
We share our primal pan-ids' fair,
And In our turn nml day
Look hai-k on Eden's sworded gate,
As nail mid lost m they.
But still for ii h his native skies v
Tlip pit j iiii; angel lent rs.
And leads t li runtrti Toil to Paradise
i-w Adams mid ni-w Eves.
1V'iu5ils mi (I ItlrsiHiiiTH
Of various Farm Vnulurts an-l oilier things
in furious Countries.
Government I.'iwt mWjisitrf. A town
is six mill's si uni t', and cuit:i ins .'1(5
KiTtioii, 2U.010 ucrt'rt. A si-ttion, ono
mile sqimro, (5 10 neros. A nartor-M'f-tiin,
half n iniie Miiart, acres. As
this is KW rutin sijuare, a Mrip hih roil
witK. nr every rml in wiihh, i t an uric.
A Imlf-tniarti-r sti-iiuii is a half ini'e lon,
north ami south, iilni.v-t univorally, ami
a fourth of a uiilo viih, K) arros. A
ilimrter-iiunrti-r si'ilion is oiic-fniirih nf n
milo square, 10 arr.-s. au, is tin? Kinalli't
sizoJ tract, except fruitions, ever sold hy
the government. The price is 81 an
Measure of a ,Me. "Vliil eiiira-'i-d
in the compilation of this vnlimUi; article,
wo received the following tahle from a
friend in Maine, who, in remarking upon
the indisposition of some persons to tuko
cm agricultural paper, "hecause," they
ny, "it pertains to the cyMem of hook
fanning,' says some nhject to the "Plow"
because "they can't allord it." W'e ate
sorry for their poverty, lmt more so for
tln ir ignorance and stupid determination
to remain in it. This single article, which
if less than the fiftieth part of what we
give them for fifty cents, would cost nnv
one of them fifty times the price of the
"I'low, in lalKir to glean this informa
tion from fifty dollars' wonh of hooks.
Our measure of distance is hy the stand
ard English mile, which is oiSO feet in
length, or l?t0 yards, or 5110 rods.
An English geographical mile is equal
lo t0 i0 yards.
Ancient Seol'h mile 1 mile Fdir'h and 221 yds.
Anriput Irish mile I jso'
(ieniisn whort mile il
(ierin.ni loa; mile .
Iiiusiaii in i lu
Arahian mile t
Modern Human lailc'l'.U
l.rxt.Tit or i i.aci r.
I'r'l: pos'ini; le.i.if -2 mi'i j V.ni:-!i aud74 t i!.
1'ieiicll league II
r. iiiiii ii-,t."ii :t
Sp'U jiulii i.il i-au
Spanish com. do
" 11 la
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i.r.NOTii or ii i'h v.r "r.Aii Hi...
I'ersiaiiaratiaiig :t mil s I'li'h anJMMi yd.
Russian w erst it O'.i.'l " '
Turkish brln 1
A Oeriiian geogr ipliic.il mile U -oua (o 4
Lnghsh miles, or Slot! yaids. '
SCKIl'llHE MIMVI air.
".f fiMath Day's Jaiirneij" is 1,1.")
yards about iwivthirds of "a mile. 7
Day's Journey is 33 1-3 miles. . R,r.
is IJ feet 11 1-'.1 in-hes. . '..,; is 3
inches. f Fathom is (i feet. . ',rek
Foot is 12 l-'J inches. . ll,l,r,r Fo il is
1 212-1000 Ihigli-h foot. . nut is -2
feet. .1 Great Cubit is II (,a.t.
Ffryf)tian Cubit is 21 SS-KKX) inches
.1 Smn is 10 9 J1-KMMI imhes.
As the 8iiperfices of all our States ami
counties are expressed in square miles, it
should be borne ia mind that the contents
vt a mile is 610 acres.
fijvtrs Ynrti in an ,1trr. English.
Ml); Scotch, r,li); liih. "Mil; II u-.i-htirg,
II. All; Ani-tciiliiii. 10 22; D.mi.
ii-, (iti"l; I'litin-o, (li -i t.in-) ll.i.C'J;
rtn-i;i, (iiin-ijrii ) :m.':i.
Mt.iiuf .V-..vi rr.-- Tlii- i p-'-WTillly
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I 'llll'll 1 1 I', 111" ll'llll, llll' II U'I Uli'ill
iih ilcliinii' in tlio iirn.4o "nliiuit im I i r n
u ' i' i f i linlk." It niiolit to l o mi-ii-miIi
il lV l!io i iil ii- ar.l ir ciiril. A rnMc
:ir. i-i .'7 fiTt.riiili ul' wliiili nml. mis
i I.', rnliic iii'liri. A nili.-tunl is 1-
rlil ii- foci. As llii iim.-l i. LiliiH r.-i luivo
! .in i.li-ii in lln-il- limit i.C tin' sii- nf n l.llo
. : . . . v i
f u. ii n H'iiliiiinii!-r a nuil, tiny
. ...i ,i
I'l-.'iilily tiiiiqiari' thnt with tin: quantity nf
manure, if staled in cmc. Eerycnrt
it wagnti Vox, ln.foli' it leaves tin ma-ki-r's
shop, ou:;lit to have thn cul.i.; ft-i t
and inches it will contain indi-lilily mai ki-d
upon il. Tlii. would etiahln tin; owner,
who Iris read "The I'low," to calculate
the iiinouiit (f his load of gtnin, toots,
earth, stone or inanure.
H'eiilif of .M.innre. A solid foot of
half rolled MaUe manure w ill wi i.:h, upon
-. t , ...
mi iim la-'e, .ill iiiiiiiiiH. It it is ivnr.iUor
dry, it will Hverngif -IS j'nuuds to the foot
tlloiiit of manure, or 'M culiic ft-i I, nf
lir . I quality, will wei-ih HHO jioiinds ; of
siiiurl quality, 1,7'iS puiinds. Height
to the tint. ljoht loads nf lirst kind
weighing KUy iiounds, will i;ive 1US
pounds lo each fquriie rod, and less than
tun mid n half pounds to each square foot
I'ivo loads w ill uic (ill pounds to tin- rod
An iu-re coiilainiii,' IM.JCiO miicuc feet
tho calculatioii of pounds per foot, of any
qunility per ai re, is ca.-ily made.
77p measure of mi ml may he tonsider-
ahly eviiiiidi-d in i-ni'V Youth who wi
. 1 1 . .i .i ...
ram uny sillily tiii-so p;iges, whi' li wc
have pt epari d i h a measure of lahor
especially for the lieiicfit of all who mea
sure lh" capacity of our intellect to mvt
useful inuiriiiiuion hy l(1,r muiilhly cliron-
i.'ii's i i matter.; ( alculated, or at h.-a.-.t in
tended to i le;ilo !u; inind.i nf our readei :
iuiiiii a-iua! !y iihove tliose win are stii
groping in the darl.nesa of willful ignor
ance, iiocause n lin-ir nu--pnoeil ecoiioiny
in not patronimir ngriculiuial jiajn-rs and
sciioois. - l lie i'low.
i,i.wiiis imaui i-i-iiji mi iiimm.iKm w'.
Ii(i((d Corn riidiliiie.
Ii well together: .'1 ciqis Indian meal ;
Z cups ol liiitteriiiiik : I cup of water ; halt
a cup ol luiiti r; half a cup of sugar;
tea-pooie fill cooking :oi!a, nml "2 lu aten
eggs. Put into a tin mould covering tin
toil with a clolli firmly tied on, ami hoi
three to lour hours. A convenient mould
may he mad" by cutting oli' the top f an
oyster can, nml liending the edge oern
wire. Serve with sweetened cream, Ha
vered with nutmeg; or with butter and
sugar melted with a little water, and n
few spoonsful of currant jelly.
The addition of fruit, either fresh or
dried, is a great improvement to many
persons at least.
Clean, very carefully, two sets uf ni-s
feet, put them into hot, salted water, suf-
licient to cover them, let them boil slow ly
until perfectly tender, tind the meat falls
from the boii". Then put ihein on a dLli,
and take out nil tins hones, cut up the meat
into small pieces, mid return it to the ket
tle, and stir well with two quarts of the
liquor in which they were boiled. Then
season with salt, cayenne, sage, sweet
marjoram, and lour or five red pepin-rs,
Stir all well together, and after letting
it simmer slowly ten minutes, put it into
tiei-p iiisnes : wnen com, rut into s
ami warm m a pin with u littli
or eat cold, if preferred.
Mr. A. P.ionson, of Meadville, Pa.,
says: " I'mni fifteen years experience,
I find that Indian Meal poultice covered
over with young hyson tea, softened with
hot watt r, and laid over burns or frozen
llesh, ns hot as can he borne, w ill relieve
the pain in live minuies. If blisters have
j n 't arisen before, th'-y w ill not after it i
put on, an.I on" poultice is generally sulli
cient to el Pet t a cure."
W e never knew any thing warm to I e
used on frozen llesh, but this remedy might
he good notwithstanding. En.
Sail Tor Stables.
If a compound t f gypsum iu,.l hidphate
of iii.igne-ia he us -d on the floors of .v.a.
bios, it will absorb tin moisture, and am
mount, nml keep tho .stable dry and
trom t.ilensive smell. I he compound salt,
after it has absoibed all the moi-ture pos
sible, is removed io be u.,ed for manure,
and fresh salts applied in the same way.
This is an excellent plan for keepirg sta
bles dry and healthy.
To Cure a Uullo Horse.
Tl. , r n ... .ii.
i in: . mowing ineinuii
s ic.-.-.-sliilly on horses that " would m t
I ni in me loot nt a lull. Tie a hand
kerchief over the horse's eyes uud ti ll
hill tog i. lie wilUt-p like a blind hoise
and draw as if there wire no hill I fore
linn. I.el thoM' who have tho:
go.n temper, tjiiky n.-rses, try this simple
To (bc Ink Main-, out r
I . .... . .
Put a few drops t.f spirits of i.i-.re in a
teasKHinful of wd't-r, toiiih llie sjH.it with a
feather tlij'ped in the mi.Miue, and mi ihe
ink tiisapiu aring, rub it owr iitiuiediately
with a rag wetted in cold water, t r there
w ill be a while mark which will not be
i iisily ellaced.
To lukf Mulrr Soft.
A corresjtondent of the .Maine Farmer
itllli' tlmt ft I, It -It. I.. ..t.. I I. .1
into the water, will ..fi..., fr. .1.,..., ...
e i t i lim e t
lour jimis oi nam water. Tins is a vain
able rect ijit fur housi krepers, and
which may be easily t- M'-d.
A MI'.KICAN AM) oitUilNAL.
THE KNICKErUOCXEP, I1A0AZINE.
r.oiiin ii v Lo-. ii (Jwii'fin Ci.vhk.
'P'll-. n nn!-r for .1,
.L l'nr'y-s -roiiil ol.
I.ui'iarv, IVil, l.i-iris lln"
nil" l 1 1 if Ivnu
if tiock -
Siiii.i- llii- pi irf of h i'i Trip! inn li m lu cn re
d ii-rd fiinii I'm' In tlnpp d illars a v-ar. (In
i-n mI i I inn of Ho- Kvn in mini Ki n li.is lii-ni
i tit-1 i-iiMi'd in in fuiir In oiip. In iiiinv darri
i.L,... ,.i,,,,.. r.. ..... I...I..,..
;i, ii,,,,,,.!, h,,. p in l ., m.M.iiiy In-
i -i .iiii:. is now nllpird lis rlirnp as liny
of Hip M "iil-ii i, nil tiling r.iii'nli-ri-d. In'-
. l I tt l.lrl fiT tti'iLin.r l.ltv ;lli.l tir-inli-riiiliu l.rtttlliul.
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Mini .1 ii'i, i i.o i- I'oni nut irri in idii-
iiumlii'l s, uhn II we l.ii'.'.iil i v
to a iiuuilii-r j
"Tim .e f i mili.i r " i. h ti"
Monsip t i'li hi i llradei ,
Witti oillTlves, jliltiitl id ill"
of ils wit ami o oimiiims,
r.iiitorv Men. hu
ll ivp d-rllC I'-i-i,
p.ii'iiiii.i so. in e
I l lhi lilllnli'-r
' I II" tol-'Op' Mollis
I il ol,! lil.ini ing urn
on ns u ii y like Home lair
il'i 'I'-iii? in the HUn-dum- of !
a M ix ni.iinii
I In wonder how
Mr. flai'k rould In
eel' linly 'I. I ilo-v-i
hut i Ii is iiiiiniii-r giv-
M nil' . e ;ii--' i'i:; he ih'hI
in the i iiiiii-i'C iniinlier ; !
a im si" ! of I'vhaiistion.' ;
National In'elhceiirel, '.ishiiiutoii.
-Pleanii!. genial. ileli-hUnl 'Old Kuick !"
'J liv mime is a H ip :e it ioa of tliiinjs ileleelnhle ;
the niirhi- of 1 1 iv uiodest, fresh cover, a balm .
u Kpirituiil noi" eyes; a glniiep within thee, I
hesl innidnte Cor Ihe hhies. Thou Inst given
to liinlly h itnor, to piipiant ilelineation. iiml
lo Kii!i'-'.,il -1 ui..- fun, a 'local ha ltii.it ion,' 1
without whieh tln-v lliil'llt iro W.llcleri'l'r overj
the ilonnin of letlern, eillinj now nml llu-ii
where n frieinllv door npeneil t them h-i' r-- i
lu-otig to lie riunl'irteil lor the lots i I tlu-ir
old i.-ar hoii'.e." t'o'liirr, Ihllling'on, VI,
" The ereat rare etineed in the Neh i lion of
iiilicles lh.it ililoni I's pnjen, is a millieierit
"iinrnti'v that no po:iirihiitioii meets the eye of
tli" reader lmt those v liith are known to he
Worlliv of his perusal. Wlo-h hIoiiiis ;:-nl
w lid ti-i-ipi'il s are Nweeping o'er nnr hill-side
village in these chill winter hours, and is
.hear reel i'e.olite without, we ask f.-r no
more n;rri-eahe i-ainpiiiion thna (he 'Kmck
p.n hoi k i n' ; for while its cou'ents impart
vnlnnhle Informntinn, its sallies i.f gennine
wil are a sovereign specific for nil fiisof the
1 t i s or iiII.H'ks of Ihe horrors, and time
pTsios merrily on." Democrat, Dojh stown,
"The K sk k i mini k i ii has hern and will h"
n f.u t of its own j n creiciine living thing, all
Ihe more deiir ihle now that the new crop of
iivi'gaines, filled wiih ariictes pirated from
lai'.;!i'h nil hors, mak's fresh home creations
more rim: picuoim nml welcomi'.'" .New
York Clirlsl i in Inquirer.
IJev. K. V. Sliellon, Anihor of Letlers fiom
l"i the Kiver,' etc., will he a legale. r con
tiihutor. Tin- h"sl lah-at in the country will lie en
lii!ed, ninl ho pxpeiisn or ellint. t.p.ired. to
in ike the l mi k i Hiioi k l it more than everile.
s-iiiiujof (he first position among our ori
ginal iii'-ric.t ii M ngazines.
TI'.UMS. Three doll irs a year, si rietlv in
.int. nee mere win lie no ,iev,n irom tins
." , .,'. ."j'n--. mi ,7i f in.; i ne lo-
pies, ,-im upwards, )s2 (Ml each. Hooksellers
and I'ostuiis'ers are reipiested to net in
Agents. 'I'ho-e who will under'ake to pro
cure subscribers will receive lavor.il.le ii-rms.
"cimen nuiiilicrs will he sent e-r.ilts on nn-
plie iljou, pott mid.
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(.leiiwooit. Mills Co., Iowa. The un-
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People of Mills nnd ndioiniiif Co inlie t, il.
fact that they nrp in receipt of tlu-ir
FALL AND WINTER (JOODS,
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or OOODS in the Western Country,
(ileuwood, Iowa, Oct. '2;t, i.")i. 1-tf
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CnuiiiiisMions liav heen ismcl to many ilis-lii.gui-lu-il
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aueiil has visited the great Art Repositories
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choice Paint inas. lirnn.eand Marble Statuary,
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The New ntrl Heautifiil Statue of the
The llusts of the Three Cheat American
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CLAY, WLHSIT.H AND CALHOUN.
Palmer's I'xquisite Ideal Hust,
"SIM! I NO."
To 'elh -r wiih the IhisU and Statues in far
APOLLO AND DIANA.
The Struggle for the l!"-H', l'sveh", Venus I
nml Apple, Child or Ihe Sen, Magdalen,
Innocenc", The Little Truant, and
The Captive Hiyl.
lieiih's whieh. nre numerous Statuctles in
Ih'on'.e, M "d allium, nnd n large and clioitc
collee'.ion of heaa' ifnl
hy leading Artls's; the whole of which nre to
he ilis'rihuti-d or nllo'ted to suhserihers of the
Association wi a tcitoist.v. nt the next An
nual Distribution on the y.xtli of JANUARY
TERMS OF SUHSCUIPTION.
Tli" pnymeiil of Tliree Dollars constitutes
nnv person n Member of the Association, and
enti'les him to
FIRST The large and costlysteel F.ngrnving
"Saturday Night, or any of the monthly
jMig iines git en below, one year.
PF.COND A copy of the Cosmopolitan Art
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The following Migatncs nre furnished to
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P.eviews. Littell's Living Age, (Weekly.)
and two Memberships, for SH.
Thus it is seen. Hint for every $3 pnM, the
subscriber not only gets n three dollar Maga
zine or Engraving, but also the Art Journal
one year, and a Ticket in the Distribution of
Works of Art, making four dollars worth of
reading matter, besides the ticket, which may,
in addition, draw a Reautiful Painting, Statue,
or mher Woik of Art, of great value.
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READ EDITORIAL OPINIONS.
"From the New York Evening Mirror."
Throughout the country there are thousands
of persons who purchase or subscribe for the
lending magazines, at book stores, nil of
whom, bv joining this Association, will not
only receive their literature for the same
monev ns before, but will be, in nddition,
equal nnd free participants in a rare art-work
distribution. They also receive that beauti
ful tpiarterly, the "Art Journal," free.
Such nn enterprise cannot fail to command
the approval nnd patronage of the public. It
has a basis ns firm and pure ns its objects are
beneficial and noble. There is no reason why
it should not become national, in its claims
upon the people. Originated and eoiidnete,!
by iii'elligent. reliable parties, the new Asso
ciation is entitled to every confidence. "
I trust the Association will he eminently
successful. . Ps very liberal inducement ram.
mend it strongly to the patronage of the pub
lic rilii.rJ T. l. 1
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"From the Louisville Courier."
There is no danger of losing by this Insti
tution ; it is no chance affair; you get the full
worth of voir money, nnd have thp satisfac
tion of aiding the Pine Arts."
'From the Water Cure Journal."
The Cosmopolitan Art Association seems
to prove highly successful, as it is beneficial.
Ihe plan on which it is rounded is an excel,
From the Rulfalo Morn in
Let each individual remember three things :
It by hU sahsi-rlp'iou be Ki-cures a fiouri'
Un hy hi
. J .
P"-s,iiit and profitable reading, or a splendid
r.ngravine. nml ei.iiil.... i,i,,iii ' ...
..i. .." : ,u '-ur
' """ m ni nisrniiiuion, winch disseminates
i uco ur.iges gou-l readin
and a taste for
How can $3 he
the. beautiful mid ideval.ing.
more profitably fxpeudi'il?
"From the New York Evening Mirror."
We are not surprised to hear that hundreds
of subscribers are pouring in daily. Our only
surprise is, that the hundreds ,o not swell to
lliousiiids. since every subscriber eel his
monev back certain, hi' the hesl li!eraf..
ni elegant l.ii'Tavnin- a.,.i
his art chances
"From the Louisville Courier "
llie Cosmopolitan Ait Assuriatitmhnve re
ceived nn.l are constantly receiving large ,
! , of Hiihscnhers fi,,,,, ;,l o,)r.,.(,. We do
not vvoi.dcr at it Almost every individual is
,:, .? ,'. "lltouiigis ollereil by thin
V.!'"','6 u '''''Wing Home one of the' niunr
r" Art l" be ilistriliuted. There
it simply amounts to this: if you are takim'
ff.T'.i 'r;1'-'"8' rp,""w .voar mihsrriptions
K-ill. II. f II.- . ' . ""'I' l'
t oiinopoii an ,-rt Association If
you do not take a M.'g uine, the,, e.,d your
name in, by all means, and supply yourself
wi h reading matter. at.,he same' li,ne"V.- pi ,g
ti disseminate art over our land.
FAMILY FLOUR. "
pv-!'i!' Si',.,,"iher has on hand a fine lot of
IrV1, FAM,LV ".WW, fromWavtily
, M. T. CI.XRKE.
forwarding & Commission Merchant
B' llevne, Oct. .:, J t.;ni 1 -t f
Do tlieylmisiiu.:-!! n0iU,..
II V 1 MA V l.I.l.H. in
Do they .niss uie'ut Inane ?J,)o tht-y u,jM p ,
' l'tvoiild be nn nsr.i.i.ince moHt th-.ir,
To know that my tiaiup was forgotten.
As though I bad iictcr luiu lhi-ie.
To know the. the tailor and 1 indlor.l.
And the hanks where uiy paper is due,
And the hosts whom 1 now t-ainml im-iition
Had hn ni all me quite from their view.
Do they miss me at home? do they miss iae '
When the market l' r money is tight.,
And t o.-r' or. s in liaatc are. parceling a
Their tlehtors, by day nml by liight.
Do the friends, who onre loaned me a "fifjy
And the others who loaned me a "ten"
Heave a sigh of rt grt-t as they misg ,1P
Atel wish they could see me again?
Do they miss me at home? Ho they miss me9
When no longer I'm seen upon "Change,
And do those who were wont to assist me
Say "his conduct's infernally strange v
Docs the Shy lock who loaned me his money
To hear me to regions tmknow,
Look ii: vain for occasion to dun me,
And Wish I ngu'n were nt homo?
Do they miss me nt home? do (hey miss )uro
'Twould he an assurance most dear,
To know thai my name was forgotten,
As though 1 had never been there.
lint I know that my memory lingers
Around the dear place, ns I ronin,
And while I've my wits and my creepem.
They'll miss me they'll miss me at home.
" Pete," n comical son of the Emerald
Isle, who carried wood and water, built
fires, ite., f,,r the "boys" nt Hamilton
College, is ns rfood a specimen of ihn
! genus Hibernian OS ever toddled ill a bro-
gnn. One. of the students having occasion
to n -prove him one morning for dclin
qiicni y, risked him where he expected to
go when he died."
" Expect to go to the hot place," said
Pete, without wincing.
" And what tlo you expect will be your
portion there ?" asked the Soph, solemnly.
"Oh!" growled the old fellow, as ho
brushed his ear lazily with his coat tail'
" bring wood and water for the hoys."
A certain laron who gloried in a tre
mendous pair uf reil whiskers, had collected
his frit mis for n hunting parly at his
chateau, and wishing to show his wit and
amuse his guests, he called a gardner who
was working near, and who wore no
beard, and asked him why he could not
wear a heard.
" Sir," replied the peasant, " when tho
good (iod gave out the beards I enme a
little lute ; the light, the brown, the black,
were all distributed, nnd none remained
hut red. I preferred to go without rather
than have one of such color !"
The Laron was surprised to hear tho
laughter of his friends, for he was quite
unable to see tho joke.
A Conference preacher one dav went
into the house if a Wesley. Keformer,
and saw, suspended on the walks, the por
traits of three expelled ministers.
" What," said he, " you have them
O, yes, thc-y are there," was the an-
" Jiut one is wanted to complete the set."
" Pray who is that ?"
" Why, the devil, to be sure."
" Ah," said the reformer, "He is not
yet expelled from the Conference."
A dabbler in literature and the fine arts
who prided himself on his language, came
upon a young.stcr a few days since, upon
the l ank of a river, angling for gudgeons,
and tints addressed him T "Adolescence.
sire tinm not endeavoring to entice tho
finney tribe, to engulph into their denticu
lated mouths a barbed hook, upon whose
point is aliixed a dainty alllurcment ?"
" No, replied the hoy, " I'm fishing."
In 1CS7, the la.vs against witchcraft
being in force, one Jane Wonman was
tried before Sir John Powell, a native of
Worcest-hire, and her many adversaries
swore that she could fly.
"Prisoner," said our judge, " can you
" Yes, my Lord," replied the prisoner.
" Well, then you may ;" said the judge,
"(here is no law against flying."
A lively imagination may he a good
thing, but when it lends one to fancy that
a wart on his linger is a premonitory
symptom of cholera, its utility may be
Young girls like lulls, yountr men like
belles, brokers like bills, topers like bowls,
ami (-animals like Lulls; by changing a
vowel, all tastes are suited.
'I My Eves, Jack," exclaimed a tar,
seeing a soldier chained to u cannon ball
for punishment. If there aiut a soldier
Universal live is. liko a mitten, which
fits nil bunds alike hut none closcij ; true
allectipiMs like a glove fits one hand only
but sets closely to thut one,
A gentleman having a large sized six
shooter in his hand, was u.-k'ed, " Pray,
sir, is that a torse pistol '" "No, sir!" hi)
rejilied, it's only a Coifs?
The kind l.ndy w ho sent us a mince pic,
with the request to please insrrt," is as
sured that such articles are never crowded
out by a press of other matter,
It is said that a skipper in New York
has so often erased the Atlantic that he
knows every wave by sight.
The 1 1 io-1 jioteni J.nbor Saving Machino
is a l.-ir-'e fm iuiie left 1 v vnur mud.
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