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The Fairy's Warning.
BY JOHN BROUGHAM.
Once upon a limn, a mialitv long
go, when Ireland's green lirl.U nml l
ant Vnllev belonged to those who Iiii
natural right to them lielore lier Faxon
neighbors overspread the hcniitilul land, lie-
spoiling tho righfliil possessor of tin) mil; ,
mountain In uisnf oppression iipnn ,
the poor inhabitants, and then d, -Tiding them
because lliry could nut stand us straight nil ,
they did Ibrmcrly there happened lo livo .
in me town OI s. luniiiaKinv, n wen 10 on,
industrious, nnl kindly hearted weaver,
whose name) Was (.'online ll O'Dcl mid.
Now, nt Ibis time, there was not n country
in Christendom could prndiicc such splendid
tuhrica of every description, from the Ix nv ily
worm cloth of gold down lo tint exquisite
lil:cn, whose texture wns so lino tlmt jniils
tipoii ynrdK of it could he ilniwn tliron;:li n
wcddiii(i-iiii,' j nml nninupt nil llu; loomx in
the hind, none turned out the ripf.-d ol Con
nncli O'Dunriiiid'ii mill mind tun tin) wea
ver then, wn not the hiinpT-wiiHlrd, gaunt,
ihnntoin ort of ili'iilli-iu-hlu id ji ct, onu inny
now kco oci'nsiotinlly prrriii Imin n ihimt
tihle npertiire ciilli-d n window, in tin? viy
center of Ireland') ourn proud enpind. No,
indeed! He liml hln M'lvniitf, and I. in
gronniK, nud retiuiio like n uohlriiiiin.
And if the kiupn mid vnrrir hud tho
hnrd lo i lironiclu their l.ijji iiiHiievciiu nlH,
uni! iiifpircd inintielH to in' llii in, en hail
the linniliiTii!tii-iiiaii hi.', to hjiiiti the tlill
Jiroudi T ileeilx of holy lalmr.
A (ine, hih iiiriled, hnpi y mid cor.trnteil
people weiu they llirn, until tl.u utir .iti.ilil.i
nml cunninj; iwlamlcrs cIom I y, iithr eu
ileiivoni iny liy open w arliire to Milidue theiti,
ecretly intiiidueed the fiiiiilnl il..iiei:l of
tlincord, which uiiliat pilv divided thuu ?l.o
never more can he united, ('uluniea ol n
tran l'o mid utterly nii;:"ohit tie hloud nttd
breed, were planted in their mid.-l ; n new
reliction, hronlit lortli nud iiurliueil wi:!i
recleainaticiil .eal, that most fatal ff liiiila
which reanlla li out n ilill'erciii-o of laitli j i.-i
it aiuprii-iuf! Ilieu Ihat, iiilihcil of their inlier
itnuce mid driven into llm wood and Kaviirn
hiilinpplacea, their henrllia usurped, nnd!
their iillara ileaecrnteil ih ll to lie wondered
nt, that the poor pel acciiled people, w ilhoiil
thclter, wilhuiil luod, nud, iiiom especially,
willioul educiitioii, vlioiild aluwly hut aurely
Jinve rctroprailed, whun nil Ihn icxt of llm
world hna iidviinced, until centuries of np
preoiuii havu ulinosl depiiptilalud tin euiiie
Hut tn po back to Comineh. lie happen
ed, foitiimitely for liinwlt', tn live in n limn
when every m ill held his own, in ipiietuesa
anil pence; them were tm "eviftiniia," no
bomestead.4 levelled lo I'tilarpn my l. iid r1!!
n ml fc'o'a I'Ktale, no middlemeu and iit-'entH to
plunder cipially the imlin luiinte tenant & nh
eelitee In In I lil 1 1, nn iulii;iieitn! dntllile-laced
ileiiiapopueH, no kuII'hIi M.Miii-pi'lilii'iil priesli? ;
but contentment, liku mi nliiuisplieii) of
ieipetual Miimmer, rented upon the land, mid
jimolipat tin) happy Marnier iiuuu had uioro
cntiau lo hi) o than Coui.aeli, the weaver;
beniiMitiht liite liavini; placed liiin in thai
moat envinhln of nil positions cheerful mid
well anlialieil tneilioei ily ton liluli lor pt i-
tnlion to rrnrli, nnd loo low lor envy to assail,
Willi just eiillieient intellect lo compi elieud
ud enjoy every ihiuj; enjoya'do in nature,
mid tlioruilifldv impresseil w il.'i Hint inslinc-
live relipiou of the hearl which causes it lo
expand in prniiludo to Ihu hen'iipi (iiver of
Good true, luViug and coiinideiali) in lit
family relations; tree, opeii-iiiinded, liheiul
nil conscientious in his fripiui.ihips.
Kuch wero the characteristics of the rep
reseulalive of llm O'lJennnid' liviup nt this
lime; ami with but blight modilicntioiis of
temperament, such have Ihcy been ihro'.iph
ucceedinp piiuerations, even up to the pres
ent time; for nmidst the clinnces nud chimp
es of conquest, colotiiatio!i nud foreipu nh
sorption, llie old house, laud, naiiiii und uc
cupiilion luivo been trauuiuitted from ton to
uu, in retfiilar descent, nud in the lowu of
Llouinai klity limy ho teen, ut this very day
if the tourist should ever discover it- u
tolerably good-si.'.ed, but cuiioiisly patclu.'il
tenement, hcnr'nitf nu txecedinply tdd liisli
ioued aipn-hoar.l, on whi'.-h is puinled "Con
inich U'Ueuriuid, Weaver."
Tiio cause of this straup.) prcservnlion ntn!
tininteri iipted IraiiMiiisioii of iiaiue, proper
ty nud occupation, fir Midi n uuiiiher of
yeniH, is Batisfaetoi ily e. laiueil in n lamily
tradition, which 1 ha I the pleajuin of hear
iup from the presci.t rcprcientativn ; mid us
it appeared to mu to be more (3rurh'u '" his
own diction, I shull endeavor to picBent it
to the render, ns neatly ns I can, in his
' words :
"You know, sir, I nuppnsc, that nt Ihn
time luck fell upon tho name uf the O'lVrir
luids, mnUeiii' somewheru nhout, it mii.dil he
thousaiid years npo lint llio d.ito d iesu'l
nintlher n Ihmwnecii ; however, the lellow
that owned it thin was a how Id hearted rul
likiu' piiicrnu.t diil-niay-cii:u hoy, u:i iv.r
' bicnlhed the breath o' life. 'Aril, k'u', Hiu
' fairies, you know, was phntii r thin i.or tin y
are now; by raysin, I suppose, that l!io
(tround w as trod upon by tliu raal old stock,
nml not by I'oriiu at haiiu ia mid yalla-heuded
inthriiders. Aloiu's iho pity ! A'uio-t every
. family ov ilacint hi liavior liiin had soiiielhiu'
or 'not her in Hie shnpo ov u liiiry isiiln-r;
some tuny be n ' I'r.rknun' Hum's the divil's
own hounds at hiisel.iet, tun. in' bouses top.
ny-lurvy nu' laiopiu lny bur.ies ; olln.rs
niipht atumlile over n ' lsprccliauitf tmd il'
they looked tdiarp, tor lliitu's tho prcalckt
chutes out, would pet lieapi o' Uiot.cy.
Thin thero waw I'huulat, I'ttJtis, Jitinslua,
and huiidlireds of sieh likes ; to somu fii.ii
' lies they come as wnruiiis, to olhrrs us hu h
i Ihit I'll lell yon how wo pot one, sir
lony lilo to him! lie's beru lioiv listeliiu'
a tu every word I ray (ho reverently lilted
tiis hat un he spoke; nn' if I tell you a uurd
: ov a lie, hu"ll muko hirnsclf known nou.e
liow. Well, you must know, air, Hint my prcat
ancesilter tlmt broupht tia Ihn luck, was
oucet ridin' home from bavin' ped ii visit to
Jus sweetheart, for he was cnurliu' lit Hie
time. The tiiphi wna muidliei in' daik tin'
tie was a little prehensliuH of the ' pood
(H'ople,' ur the lenr of threndiii on a ' luiiy
circle,' or imiyhu (lisiurbin' a (iiilic; so hu
rode mighty slow across the lurt, (or there
was no roudsut ll.e tune. Well, sir, lilt ov
. a sudden the moon l.ruck nut from the black
clouds like. red hot lull f oin a cannon, mi
oegno in ruu wnu, os I l.onrd my ti.thnr say,
h. ros. ,h. sky. Ho hnd scarcely ...ed
his eye on inn nines, liner,
" On cumin' to n sharp turn in the rond,
what did tin see lint n litilc mil I woinnn sit
lienpinp tin' ii on n stone, right in Hie rond of Hi"
hnisrini,n, by hi side, now pmwn into n
solid iimiiiliiliiy despite nf hi own terror,
my nncesthor shouted cut to his strange
en iif tmit Willi terror nn' wntulh r upon the j
quitm caper the moon wns riitiin', whin, on
li r.iin 'round ngin, he saw s piiutiinm noise-1
mi n rid in' close beside liiin, that imitated
rverv action Winn lio cnlloped whin lie
mm., I in. hn did il,n same. IVar nearly
. i i i li- a..;... I anw lit tiriinr.
but memory nnd gone. Still, however, lire-1
ill lii" lione nl.ni rnpidlv; mi' nlilm' the
sight friizit his very bloodi lio couldn't keep
. . ....
imi mu nun
'lloivld hard, von Muck fml! Pmi't
Von pen llm mild creallicr in Ihn rond ?
Vou'll run over her, you hliickgunrd, ou
" lint not n Imnil did thn other move in
rcslraint. On they went, full (jallop.
"' I'nr llie love ov llenven, oulil wotnnn,
e'enr tho rond!' cried my nneentlier, hut not
n petr would ulns nir. Another iiiHtniif, nml
tin; I, lack hiiMcuiitn cmnlted riiilit over the
poor ("il l io I, mid knocked hvr n Hat oi n
"'Ah! you muidliciin villain, you've (lone
it ; Khonteil inn nneixlier, Inirtiiu Willi in
itinniton, mid raiuiu' up 1 1 in horvo ns soon
oh he coiilili hi ilul llie oilier.
' What wid tin? cruehy mid llm iinpidencn
of llie li.'lla, uni iiuceHther could'iit rtaiiil it
liny lin ger ; fo, tin niii' li'm hmxi round, ho
let ill line at liini, hut, liiiltiekilv, one "V tin?
Iri tr hlack cIoiiiIh l'i ailnall v kwiiIIv'iI up the
Ileum, mi' in Hie daikne-n the hlaek horxe
man cut iiciohm llie li.'liU, and vanWieil nut
ov hi;:!it. A puon iih Iiii wan L'niie, my
linwlil t.iiiiiuieh ):ropeil Iiii way hack, im
well iin he could, lo tho place, where Hie
owld woman win run; over, nn' to liis preit
mirprisi) found her pitlin' upon the eiiuin
i-lniii' ns ipiielly tin iv nothing had liappelied.
" ' Um nave ye, ttrnnL'ei !' said Hit) ould
i "' thid anvn ye, kindly !' iaya Connnch,
, 'un I Impn yer not liurli'd niiicli !
"' I'm not Inn ted at nil, Misther Colinnil
C'Oeiuuiiil, llie weaver!' aaya alio
"'What! )ini know luu then, do C?
" ' l'e'llher nor yo do ypracll' !' n)i pile.
i ' It'a u vuoil loiiuiii) that vi) lies. li ve, Coll
nneh, nn' n'a n cond (iirtuuii thai ye'll pet,
both yun mi' voui'i1, to iho end o' lime: liir
voii'iu reapectiiil uu' kind to llm ould an' iho
lielple. 1 on re iovur mid ilutitiil tn Ihiui
liml pav'ye lite nn' iia hhHiua, you're open
hamleil, lo Iho poor mi' lint needy; an' lion
cM lic.'iiti.'d to the wliulu won'il he-idea.'
"'lled.'id I'll enmn lo you lor chariicihcr,
iv ever I'm ill tho want ov it. II id eesa to
tne, uv Jon havoii't hioiihl eoal.sov lire into
1 1 1 v cliui.ka, in Fp'tn of tin) cowld weather!'
l .'nutiai'li, hlii!iliiii' like a t't'l "I Hiu ould
woui iti'a praisiu' him.
"'I'll do von n preatcr service nor that,'
Itnya he. I'll tell e yer liitlltH.'
l'iro nwny !' eny ('uimucli : Met us hove
"'(.Jet down from yer horse, mi' sit by mo
upon this atone,' k ijh i-lie.
I Wid nil niy heart,' eaya lie, jmnpiu' ofl'
in n tilt) ; lor he. wait a little cnruur, volt
j m llm curse ov Ireland, Kthroiig illiiiuk,
was even tliin in lieni .
"' Now liir Ihiui liinllH,' aaya be, wid
j lailh, as lie sal down la'sidu the ould wo
I limn. ' I low many have I ?'
I " ' Olio,' aavs she.
f "' la that till ?' says he.
1 Pooh, 1 know
'" Hop!' cries the ould woman, ' henr me
out. Thul one, if f ul'ered lo remain within
yer heart, w ill soon breed uU tie rrtt ; for it's
the fruitful parent of every crime that has
"' Murilher! how you frighten me,' fays
Connneli. ' What the divil ia il ?'
The Ivvr of slroit drink. " says the ould
woman sariously. ' Von Miavcd kindly lo
tie, nu' urped only by Hie leelin's ov yer
kindly iiiiture. I hnvu the power to save ye
nn' 1 will, from this hour lorwanl, as huipns
tin") exists. It will he the limit of you mi'
yours, if iiiisl'oi tunes, other than those, nuture
ilemnndH, almuld hill upon yer name; liir
)erlaiilia an' vicious inclinations shall be
pointed out lo you by fairy power.'
"Lord silo un ! says mo nnrcsloer,
I'lipliteued idniosl out uv his niton senses,
'mo joii ii lairy '
"I mo!' says aim; Miehold llm proof!'
w id that the ould iiih mul lallhera inelteu
nwny, an' instead uv n llii ty-lookiti' hapc ol
ileloiiiilly mul wtutchudiieps, Coniiacli he
held ii ihmiiiutivn Ibrm, ai.u eily na bi us
blade of pniss, but us litipht us if ii had
been mado out o' suuhuaniH, slaudiu' nn'
kisoin' his lovo to him, while the tiniest nn'
mosl nuisieul litll.! voice, like Iho tinpin' ov
laiiy bells, linpled upon his cur, so smull,
hut no di.Hiinct,
Fat owe!!, Coniiacli ! thou hast had thy warti'ui';
l'roltt by it, an' bo happy I
" The fairy then vanished, nn' inn nncest
her slept upon lhu identical stout) until
tiioriiin', but whin he woku up, he didn't
foi pet tiio liiiry's caution ; liir not only did
hu never touch liquor, but he lull it i'u his
ilyiu diietliotiH, to hu transmitted from father
In son, thruuph every generation, li nt both
house an' binds should po uwiy from him
who shijtdd get tho mime ov drunkard.
" An', lo our credit he it spoke, we haven't
had one yet, thouph somu have needed nud
received Hie liiiry's wartiiu' lor that nn well
os other faults, nn' its very wonderful the
various wuys nuy took to tell us ov tliiln
Hi I's been riiunin' Ihrouph iho family his!
Ihniy since that lime somelimes in parnble,
thin iipuiii in u dhriiiue now one way, nn'
now another. Mo own yrandliithur pi"t bis
v.nrniu' in n quarn way. Ilia prevailm' fault
wtts harshness, nn' uslhrntip iiicliniu to cru
el conduct, lie Hirenteiied me lather wick
edly iluriti' his youth, nn' ut last, beknse he
married tiiihi know list to him, turned him
ripht out ov doors.
" Well, it wasn't ung nftlicr tlmt, prand
fallier was sittin' mopiu' nlono liir in spite
ov bis haul luiliii, bo missed bis child
whin nil ut oncer, whin bo wna irvin
muse up bis nnpry fcelin', who should ho
tri e como in the door, but a liivnritH cnt nv
Ins, Hint had just lost bur kittens, tenderly
carry in' in her mouili n botmeiu' ynunp rat.
Well, prnnilliiHier naturally thnupht the cnt
was poiu' lo make her supper oil' the ral
hut not a bit ov it. What (Iocs my bould
puas do, but lakes the rat into her basket,
nu' pels it up, nu' ,y8 wid it in tho most
motherly way !
At hrst, tjrnuiinillicr Imtglied till tho tenrs
lo see tlia rat Inken en much care of ; hut
whin llie ml mwleil over on lit-r sub', shiginj
i""-""i k'1"""""''! I "
lirr pnw n giuperly over the nit ns if elie
iil'ni'ul of brenkin' it; lio knew burnetii-
ntely Hint there was Mine mnnein in
wna thin that it mriick him nil nt once, Hint
ll it wm ml unnntuml Hung to see a cs
j i mioruliing crciithcr Hint ilnln I belong ti
her nt nil nt fill, it wns more mini.turn
la ... ....-. I all. Ill t.t mnn n rotl.Mr l.tj..!.. It.
n iiiiirinil f i j I t to see n lather tnrnui In
bnek upon Ida own fle,li mi' blood.
li n wnriiui'!' anja lie.
"Tenra that he hnd never nheil nf.ire for
he wait n hard mini Ic.ll in vhowern front
I 9 eyea, nu' hu pmycil for grnco to conquer
" Well, air, lieforn the imdit fell, my filher
nnd Ida tulrtv vnune wife wna in the onld
mini 'a nrma, nn' ereater joy nml Imppinera
rehloiu echoed tliro' theao oulil raltera; liir
next lo never lining nuy wmuft, the moit
lienrt-aaiiFf) in' tiling in creation in, to repent
tlio wrong you've done !"
The First Snow Fall.
The sweet nnd simple beauty of thi poem by
Jami.s Kcskli. Lowk.ll, lias been rarely excel
led. U ia a tiuo in tact as it is pocticul in ex
pression, The snow had begun in the gloaming,
And busily all tho night
II. id been heaping tic Kl and highway
With n silcnco deep and while.
F.vcry pine nnd Crnml brmlock,
Wore ermine too dear for an curl,
And the poorest tij on the elm treo
Wan ti.lgcd huh deep with pearl.
From ahc.la ncw-rnnfej with Carrnrc,
C'nine Chanticlecr'a muflled frow,
The atiir rail wcreanfteticd to swan's down,
And s'ill fluttered down the snow.
I thought nf a mound in swpot Auburn,
Where s little bciidstnno stood,
How tho Ihtkea wero folding it gently.
As did robins the babes in tho wood.
Up po!to our own little Mabel,
tayln3 "Father, who mukrs it tnowi"
And I told of the good Allhilher
Who care for us nil below.
Agnin I looked nt tho snowfall,
And thought nf the leaden sky
That arched o'er our tirst great sorrow,
When that mound was heaped so high.
I remembered the gradual patirnro
That fell from that cloud liko snow,
Flakoby flnko, healing and hiding
1 ho scar of tlmt deep stnbbcd woa.
And again to the child I wbNpercd,
"The snow that huihcth all,
Purling tho merciful Father
Alono can make it fall "
Then, with eyes that saw not, I kissed her,
And she, kicsing back, could not know
That my kiss was given to hcrsutcr
Fuldcd tloo under tiio tlcepniug mow.
From the N. Y. Tribune.
BY PARK BENJAMIN.
Wordsworth has most happily described
prosaic man ns ouit in whoin there was
spark ol the ideal nud the beautiful :
"A prim-rose by n river's brim,
A yellow prim-roso was tn him,
And it was nothing more"
Kill, said the lecturer, there are some who
"Find tongues in trcos, books in running
Sermons in stoncs.and gnod in everything
All men are not of that class w hn loo!:
upon Hie beautilnl (lower by Hie waysidu ns
worthless weed, mul regard lhu lolly inoute
tain only us an ugly ohsti uetron to the build
tup ol a railroad. Hut it may bit possible,
uu tho olimr hand, liir one t have loo keen
il sense ol tlm ridiculous; it miiv ho doubled
w bethel- this is very desirable. You are vary
apt to seu people and things in n distoileil
light. You iliseover something I'liuny nnd
I el n strong desiio lo laugh, when you
know it tn buy our boiuidcn duty to cry; and
you nruolicu placed in positions where
are impressed with n spit it of reverence,
ate strongly inclined to smile. Tho more
keen your sense of tho ridiculous iho
inclined will you he to laugh ut very common
occurrences; nud often does the ridiculous
(iirce itself on the gravest minds, till linn,
wares. Thus un uuecilute is told uf n cler
gyman, who, while in tliu pulpit praying,
chancing to open his eyes, discovered two
boy s in tlm gallery, nut) with very red hair,
and find asleep, witilu tho other being nwake,
was holding his band:' to bis companion's
head, as it warming hi bauds, r-ucli
exhihitinn of the ridiculous could nut
Ibrce it-elf upon llm mind of the minirler,
und Im was obliged to stop in his prayer.
was Kiicheliiucuult who said, "There
something in tho tnislortonee of our best
friends Huit ploiisu us." 1 have seen n wile,
who dearly loved her husband, servnin with
laughter in bis bumping his head on ihn edge
of the door. Laughter. I have seen du
tiful children laugh thouiKclvcs almost into
fits nt their lather's missing his chair nud
silting- on Iho l!oor us I did just now.
Laughter. On taking bis seatnt lhu desk,
Air. II. had llie mislbrlune to ' let down' up
on the Hour, owing lo the upM-tiing of
slonl. I luivo seen peoplo at church unable
lo rcslrain Ihuir mirth at the sight of n bit
court. plaster which hud sliped liom
forehead down to Hie extremu of the pan
lot's lioso. Laughter. l!ol if we enjoy these
trivial mislorluiics of nur Dearest friends,
how do we luxiiriiteou the rent miseries
strangers in w hiini we have no interest.
I'linnier than nuy joke, more supremely
ridiculous than nuy mislortiiiie, was llie inci
dent relative tn the " gentleman of color"
who lell New York on a Western lour, nud
finding himself in Ihifliilo without anything
to employ his timo, thought he Would send
leleprnphic dispatch back home, inquiring
of his partner us to their business. lin sent
this message: "How is things?" To this
interrogatory his partner immediately re
plied; Things is hue." Laughter. nest
ing on this, hu win in no very pood temper
when hn relumed home nud found his part
ner had sold out nil the goods, Docketed the
money, shut up the store, nml run ofT with
his wife I AVe never see ouraelves ni others
see us. "Thieii chimney-sweeps," snva llaz-
lilt, " happening to meet nt Lincoln Inn
Field, laiiphed nt ench other till they dime
near dying. In cities, the sense or the ri
rlicnlons is worn off by constant attrition.
Let a big fat man slip upon the ice, nnd you
may hn sure that those bystanders who laugh
at him are strangers, becaupe Hie cilien has
become ncciislouieil lo such sights, When
the swine had the " freedom of the city,"
they used to hn the occasion of quite ns
much fun ns disgirst. Thtty were nlwnya
pcrl'orniing tho most unexpected nnd the
most obstinate fents und exploit on lhoad
wny. A portly fiitnnle wns sailing slowly nlnnff
rtronibvav in nil llie conscious dignity of city
li lu dressed nut with -plnves, &.i:.(&c, nml
nml looking like n representative uf Coti
stnntinoplc, (judging from her tjiihlime I'orle)
when nil of n sudden she found hersell sit
ting on Iho back of n fine large porker, who
ranie hurrying round the corner of a street;
nud so firmly was sue seated there unit sun
wns treated to n gratiiiluntis rido of n wholn
block before beuiir thrown from her perilous
position. I.iilghler. Whether injured or
not, by her fall, could she he pittied by the
bystanders No ; tlm sense of the ridicu
lous overruled till Jleclings of pity orj Com
t. rrr'iia is rani to unvo - innclieii in nentn
nt seeing n ilotikey eat .IbeMles. I'm ah
sights, also,' not liiifrequeiitly suggest the
ridiculous. 1 liua il is I'm depth of s illness
to behold n lellmv h.'iiip drunk, mid rolling
in the gutter, lint how ridiculous when, on
poi.ip'.up in him, mul nnkiiip him how hn pot
there, he replies: " I inado nn npniutmeul
to meet a mini heie!" Laughter.! A friend
of mine passim' a house where there was n
luiiernl, stepped up to mi liisliinan and ask
eil him ll tie couiii iiitorm linn who was
dead. Tho Irishman replied; " I cannot
exactly say, Sir. hut I presume it is tin) gen
tleiuaii in Hie coliin !"
Serenading a Young Lady.
Afiietulof nno of our contpiupornt :ea
tei s tlm toiiowiiig :
In my ynmig di ys 1 wns extrnvnpnnlly
in i niienii up panics, nun soiuewtiui eel-
lirated fiir playing on the flute. Hence i
wns pencrnlly,expecled Hint w hen nn invim
lion was extended that my flute would ac
I visited n splendid party one evening, and
was celled upon lo favor Hie company with
a lime on llm fluff. I, of course, iminedi-
iili ly complied W illi llm request. Tlm com
puny appealed delighted, but more tiarlicu
hilly so was ll ynun f lady, w ho raised her
hands mul exeli.nne I it was beaiinliil, de
lightful, & e. I ol course v.'.is highly ileliirlited
und imiiiedi'ili.'ly formed n resolution in ser-
ntiade the young lady on tin) billowing night
I started tlm next night, in company with
several young menus, mul nmvcil, as I sup
posed, at Hie lady's residence, but mmlo I
glorious mistnkn hv petting under Hie win
ilow nf nn Old Quaker.
"oivboys," said I, " baltold Hie seriti
mentality ol this young holy tlm moment I
striKii up llm l.-ist Koso ol Summer.'" I
struck up, hut tho window remained closed,
Slid lhu hoys began tn smile.
"Oh," said I, "that's nothing; it would
not be in pood taste to rai.su tliu window on
Ihn lust nir."
1 next struck up "Old Robin Grnv." Siill
the window remained closed. Tho boy
snickered, nnd I felt soniewlint flat.
"Once mow, boys," said I, "and she must
come." I struck up again, " My lovo is liiin
the ml, red rose." Still there was tut de
" Hoys," said I " she's n humbug. Let us
sing 'Homo, S?wcet Home,' mul if tlmt don.t
bring her, I'll give up."
We struck up, nnd as we finished tho Inst
linn Hie window was rinsed.
, "Taint's lhu ticket, boys, I knew we could
luteii tier. '
Hut instead r.f ihn beautiful young lady
it 'limed out to Im the old Ciuaker, in bis
mgiii-eap and iiressing pnwu.
" r rieiid, ' ean! be, "then was singing nf
lliy noi.ie ; ami il I recoiled right, thee stud
there was no iilace liko home, and, if that is
true, why don I thee go to thy homo ? Then
is not wanted here ihee, nor none of thy
. . ,IM
We, nud our hats, went home.
BY JOHN PIERPOINT.
Thou sparkling bowl! thou sparkling bowl 1
Though lips of bards thy brim may press
And eyes of beauty o'er thee roll,
And song and dance thy power confess,
I will not touch thee, for thoio clings
A scorpion to thy side, that stings I
Thou crystnl glass 1 liko Elon's tree,
Thy melted ruby tempts tho eye,
And, as from that, there comes from theo
Tho voico " Thou shall not surely die 1"
I dare not lift thy liquid gem
A snuko is twined around thy stem t
Thou liquid Cro 1 like that which glowed
For Paul, upon Mclita's shore,
Thou'st been upon my guests bestowed ;
lint thou shalt warm my housa no more,
For, wherosoo'er thy radiance fulls,
forth, from thy heat, a viper crawls !
What though ol geld the goblet be,
FuiboMod with branches of the vine,
Ilei.euth whouo burnithed leaves we see
Such clusters as pnurcd out tho wins 1
Among these leaves an addor hangs,
I fear him tor I've felt his fangs.
The Hebrew, who tho desert trod,
And felt the (Jury serpent's bite,
Looked up to thu ordained Go(,
And found that lite was in the sight t
So the worm bittcu's ilery veins
Cool whon ho drinks what (Jod ordains.
Yo gracious clouds ! yo deep, cold wells I
Ye gems from mossy rocks, that drip I
Springs that from earth's mysterious cells,
Gush o'er your granite basin's Hp 1
To you I look ; your largess give,
And I Ul drink of you snd lira.
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Kicimrd llleiiilcu, Adrian, Michigan.
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