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THlE T11111EH 110KEN..
He threw her a Rose, with a merry laugh
'Twos a rose of yollow bright,
And he bade her, Lifu's golden cup to qualf
Through her girlhoodr's rapid lighit.
She toss'd him another, in playful mood
'Twos a rosefro in burnisli'd bow'rs,
And sho bade him guard through his boy
That taken of golden hours
Ho gave her a Rose, with a tender kles,
'Twas a rose of blusihing piuk,
And he bade her, pray that their chains of
light, be, but on rosy link.
She gave him anothe, with tearful look
'Twos a rose of peachy lue,
And she bade him to keep, in secret nook,
That pledge of her Love most true !
le gave her a IToqc 1-nith a bursting heart
'Twas arose of snowy white,
And ho badeier to bless him, cre she part,
On her way, of shining light !
She gave him another, with deep drawn sigh,
'Twas a rose, as stinhiess, soft,
And she bless'd it, for him, as angels nigh
Bore her Rose tohite soul aloft!
song of the Decilliter.
There was an old decan
ter, and the mouth was
gaping wide ; tho
rosy wino had
its crys -
tal side ;
and the. iind
siles it flew
and through Ihe
lie wildest notes it
blew. I placed it in tlie
window, where the bist, was
blowing free, and fancied Itat ils
pale mouth sang the quorost, jt rains
me. "They tell me, Puny ' coriliuermrs ! the
Plaguo has slain his ten, and war his
hundred thousand ot the very nst 6f
men ; "'hut I have coiqueed lol
than all,your former conquerors so
feared and famed of yore. i'hen,
como, ye youths and inaideiks
all, come drink from ont my
cup, thie beverge that
dulls the brain and burns
the spirit up ! I.hat plls
to shatne the conq'ter
ore that sl,v thi
scores b o I o w ;
while this hins do.
I U g e I millions
with the I a a
tid- of' wo. Tho'
in the tido of
est, waves of
r o II ;
In their homes
are crushed ; I've
danined tho very
soul. The Cholcra,
Plague and Sword, uich
ruin never wrouglt, as I, in
mirIt or inalice, or innocence
have brough t. And still I
brenthe upon, they shriil. before I v
breat ;h and year iy year my thous
ande tread the Diismal Roal to Death
A Nren PA-rulo-r AWl) Puit.ANritorits.
Wendell Phillips, 'says the Alhaniy J.urn/,,l
has an income of $ti0,000 a year. lie sit s
uinder polished mashogany, eats off beauit it'ui
China and solid silver, and buries his sllp
pers in the soft pile of velvet carpets fit for
the parlor of a prince. lie hns never leen
known to dleny himself for purposes of chtar
ity. If, during lie war, hie contribut ed to
raise a regiment or support. a stoldier's stun
Ily, we have yet. to learn it. If he has made
any donation tram his abundant, wealth to
the suet for supportinig to freedmen at the
Somut.h, we stlad ready to record tho fact uip
on etlient proof. This b,ook-wormi. phi
hosophuer and the oret ic hiumanitarian musec'
panegyrics of labor in an atmosphere ot
dauilecst luxury, andi composes cuhoges up
en .poverty with all t1e .surronin' o
XVhty is kissing your sweethcart, like~
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