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THE MUSES' BOWER.
"Mitch .yet remains unsung."
The following! beautiful lines possessing
the into vein of poetry and tho imagery
of a gorgeons imagination, arc from tho
young gentleman who gained the prize for
the poetic address at tho opening of the
Franklin Theatre of N, York. We had
not ltwrd of him for a long time, and arc
clad (o sec that his genius is Gathering
new laurels amidst the rich scctrety of
the west, teeming with all ihat is grand
r3 picturesque in nature,
From the Cincinnati JlcpufAieait.
JVDDUESS TO SPIUNG.
ST E. A. M'LUGULI!f,
Qaocnorilio verdant liill, anJ flowery vale,
The leaf-clad forest, and (lac balmy gslc,
Where dost thou stay sa kmgl
Queen of tho sylvan bower where jasmine twines,
When rosy mom tn soft-eyed splendor shines,
Where 13 thy Pan and hark! where is his songl
Oh, 'tis not heard within tins forest glade;
lie turns his rural pipe beneath the shade,
Whcro woodbine wreathes alone
Where branching boughs with graceful foliage bend
And plumed choirs in .varied chorus blend
Strains of wild melody, to mock liis sons
Hope whispers wistfully "not far away"-
Yet trembles, Tearful of a long delay
Or o'er thy train is seen;
For frowning winter shows him loth to go,
And ever and anon, with sleety snow
Obscures thy favorite carpet's teeming green.
Haste, gentle Queen, in Eden's pristine, bloom,
Sweet harbinger of love and beauty, come,
On tho mil J west winds borne:
'Tis time tho early lark essays his wings,
And from his yellow plumes the dew-drop (lings,
To mount the azure sky and woke the morn.
'Tis time the embryo blossom deck'd the trees
With honeyed cups, that tempt the humble bees
Forth to the fragrant vale.
Languish the humming-birds, at early hour
To sip tho dewy sweets from flower to flower,
And sport their tuneful pinions on the gale.
O'er hill and dale, from mom till noon I stray
From noon till eve still wend the mazy way,
The leafless trees between:
Ko purple violet meets my searching eye,
And where the moss crown'd rivulet murmurs by,
Tho cowslip, fairy flower, is not seen.
Nature, for shame! is naked, charming Queen;
She blushes for her robe of velvet green,
And tints of heavenly hue;
Then cast thy mantle round the fair forlorn,
Let vernal blossoms the trembling nymph adorn,
And wreathe her bosom with the pearly dew.
let tuneful Pan the sylvan boys advance,
"Knit with the Graces and the Hours in dance,"
To lead their Qucen'sbright way
Again the halcyon days of joy shall be,
froveJ rural walks, and rural minstrelsy,
; "Lively and gossipping;
Stored with the treasures of the tattling world,
And with a spice of mirth too."
A HIT AT THE TIMES.
mt 11 . - .
ino lonowing capital sketch is full of
point, biquancy, and sly humor, and is one
of the cleverest hits at the times that we
have seen for many a day. Tho writer
aimed his arrows with great skill, and struck
me target directly in the centre. We copy
it from a lato number of the New York
Valuable Wafer Privileges.
BY GEORGE P. MORRIS.
How much real comfort every one might
enjoy, t he could be contented with the lot
sh which neaven nas cast Inm, and how
much trouble would bo avoided ifpeoplo
would only "let well alone." A moderate
independence, quietly and honestly procu-
""i, -uuuy every way preterablo even
to immense possessions achieved by the
Wear and tear of mind and body so neces
sary to procure them. Yet there arc few
individuals, let them be doing ever so well
in tho world, who are not always straining
every nerve to uo better, and this is one of
ine many causes wtiy lailurcs in business
so frequently occur among us. The pres
ent generation seem unwilling In realize'
by slo.v and sure degrees; but choose rath
er to set their hopes upon a single cast,
which either makes or mars them forever!
w Gentle reader do you remember Mott
srear Poopoo? He used to keep a small
toy-store in Chatham, near the corner of
reari st, Yon mustrccollect him, of course.
Ho lived there- for many years, and was
one of the most polite and accommodating
of shopkeepers. When a juvenile, you
have bought tops and marbles of him a
thousand times. To bo sure you have;
and seen his vinegar vissage lightened up
with a smile as you paid him the coppers,
and you have laughed at his straight little
queue and his dimity breeches, and all the
other oddities that made up the every day
apparel of my little Frenchman. Ah, I
.perceive- yon recollect Kmx now.
Well theny there lived Monsieur Poopoo
ever smirc ho came- from "dear, delighted
rarw, as- yy useu lo call the city of his
nativity,, tnerc he took in tho pennies for
w s.icKsnawj utoro he laid aside five
thousand dbllareagainst a rainy day there
ho was- a happy as? a fork nmT tnerc, in
all human probability-, he would have been
to this very Ja.yr a respected and substan
tial citizen rati he been willing to "let well
aioncv jstrc iuoiwioirr Voono- finxf fimml
stories about tho protngFous- rfse in real es
tate, and having understood that most of
his neighbors hail become suddenly richi
by speculating in lots, ho TTrstntn'tly became
dissatisfied with his own lot. -forthwith do-
tcrmincd to shut up shop, turn every thing
iiuu cusn, auu hui auoiu inamiig money in
earnest. io sooner saiu man done; and
Our quanflam storekeeper a tew days after-
waTds attended a most extensive sale of
reai estate, iat tuc .merchants' Venango.
There was the auctioneer, with his beau-
tilul and inviting lithographic maps all
tho lots a3 Smrfofh aftd Square and enticing-
ly laid out as possible and there were the
'speculators and there in tho midstof theta.
stood Mwisicur Poopoo.
"Here they arc gcncis" said he of
Ore hammer, 'the mttst vahiabYc sver offers
svl iui outvt vtiu iti v u uiu iui i iv tlx I
'One hundred each,' said & bystantlcn
One hundred!' said tho auctioneer,
scarcely enough to pay lor the maps.
uno hundred going lilty, ftoc! Mrv II.
they arc yours. A noble purchase.-
You'll sell those same lots in less than
was a much easier way of accumulating
nencs man selling toys in Chatham st,,
and he determined to buy and mend his
lortunc without delay.
The Auctioneer proceeded in his sale
Other parcels were offered and ilisposed of,
and all the purchasers were promised mi
mense advantages for their enterprise. At
last came a more valuable parcel than all
the rest. The company pressed around
the stand, and Monsieur Poopoo did the
I now offer you gentlemen, these mar-
riRnr.t Inlo .-..!.. ..:.......! .. T -
iuiiM.it, .via, uiuitill.iuiiy OIIU.UCU UU IjOUIJ-
r 1 l ... . a .
teianu, witn valuable water privileges
Property in fee; title unexceptionable:
terms oi sale, cash; deeds ready for ddive
ry, immediately after thcsalc. How much?
1 he auctioneer looked around: there were
no bidders. At last he caught the eye of
monsieur roopoo. HHA you say one hun
dred, sir?' Heautiful lots; valuable water
privileges; shall I say one hundred for you!'
"Oui Monsieur, I will irive vou von
hundred dollar a piece, for de lot with the
valuable vatare privalege: e'est on.'
'Only one hundred a piece for these six
ty valuable lots: onlv one hundred rrn.ncr.
coiner, troinc cone!' .
Monsieur Poopoo was the fortunate nur-
chaser. The anctinnficr rnnfrrntiil-iinil him
the sale closed and the comnnnv din-
'Pardonnez moi -lonietr,saidPoonoo.
as the auctioneer descended the pedestal,
you shall excttsez moi, if I shall go to
uoire ucreau, your counting house, ver
quick to make every ting sare with respect
to ue lot via ue vaiuarbie vatare privilege.
Von lectle bird in de hand be vorth two in
de tree c,el vrai eh!'
Veil den, allons.'
And the gentlemen repaired to the count-
uig-iiouse, wnere the six thousand dollars
were paid, and the ilnmls
. . - -- . ...v. juiiiv
delivered. Monsieur Poopoo put these
carefully into his nocknt. nm! . i..
. , ... 1 7 ' "
abOUt takinrr Ins tnnvn tt. n..n;n... i
o . t v. Mu,nuiicui inaue I
him a present of the lithographic outline
ui mo lois, which was a very liberal thing
on his part, considering tho. mnn
beautiful specimen of that glorious art-
. irupou couiu not admire it sufficiently.
inere -were his sixty lots, as uniform as
iiuaaiuic, ann nix little mv ovi-a .n..b .
like diamonds as thev waiidnrpil fmm
end of the spacious sheet to the other.
1 oopoo s heart was as light as a feather
it lln Gnitnnnil i I
- ins uiin-ers in inn verv
wantonness of joy aa he repaired to Del-
, uu oruereuinenrst good French
ilmiinr ihnl lm.1 ..U.t.l l t.: .
, . r " " " " wu.iaa olln;u
ins arrival m America.
Alter having discussed 1,
washed it down with a bottle of choice old
UJ Cl . rcsoiveu upon a visitto Long Isl
ana to view his purchase. 11 .,cr..
v ".."iwu.aii.iy jnreci a horse and eig.
crossed the IJrookly,, Ferry, and drove
along tho margin of the river to the Walla-
I . f mtMnili.J.l.. I f 1 . ...
uuui, uiu iiiuauun in question
wur menu, However, was not a little
l uipiuxuu io nnu his property. Everv
mmg on the map was an fair and even as
liuBwuiu, wiuio an mo grormtla afrout him
were as undulated as they could well be
iHiif5iiii.il, aim mere was an arm of the
mver running ,,mto into the land,
which eoned to have no businnHK i,
i his puzzletl the Frenchman exceednHfy
and, being a stranger in those parts," he
called to a farmer in an adjacent field.
Mon umt, you acquaint vid dis part of
- 'Yes, I was born here, and know
inch of t.'
'Ah, e'est bien
(tat will do am) the
to show me do sixty lot vich I have btn ght
vid the vaiuarbie vatarn nr.Viin b
'JTie fanner glanced his eveover tit rL
per. ' l
fortnight for fifty thousand dollars profitl'
Monsieur Poopoo pricked up his cars at
this: and was lost In astonishment. This
Tes 8iV. Wl'th nTn.-,mrr. rr,...nrr.JOT"Wnr&veme,.
gOOC enoUffh to rrftt intn rr,,. !,.' T ...:n " " .
i run win m:
vn , .i . " """" 1 wu rw
Vat yorr say, saror
of Long' d S SSASt
ly Uir.pca.iatn rfS Y ,3' ' ff
out &r a great ty? 5r A, whSrfS
is only viable at low Mel Tvf.en h s
part of thttV.t r Vr.r ..." r.'
bo. just there. Your lots, a7yc7wn
cei ve, arc beyond it: and arc now ir n.i '
Xt fiwt the Frenchman was incrcdulouw
He could not believe his senses. As the
facts. howcVcV. irradfallv broke unon him.
he looked at the s'ky tho river tho farm-
er -ana rn.cn no turned away ami gazed at
them all over Again! J -here was 'his ground,
mire ttoough; but theft it could not be mcr-
cciVcd, for there Was a river flowing over
ill Ho drew a box Irom his waistcoat
pocket, 'opened it, with an cm'phaYrc knock
upon the lid, look a pinch of -snuff and rc-
stored it to Ins Waistcoat pocket as before.
1 oopoo was evidently in trouble, having
"thoughts which often lie too deep for
tears?" i and, as his grtcf Va$ also too 1
lor words, hcunticd ins horse, jumped into
tIlc gigN d rcUUhcd to the auctioneer in
all possible haste.
It wos near night when he arrived at the
Suction room his horse in a foam and
himself in a fury. The auctioneer Was
leaning back in his chair, with his leers
stuck out of a low window, nuietlv smo
king a cigar after the labors of tho dav. and
humming the music from the Itat new
I have much plaisair to find
you, chcz vous, at home.'
'Ah, Poopoo! triad to sec vou Take a
seat old boy.'
'Hut 1 shall not take Jc eeat, sarc.'
'No why what's the matter!'
'On, bcaucomp de matter. I have licch
to sec de gran lot vot you eml mc to dav.'
'Well, sir I lropc you like your purchase!
'SSo, monsieur, but! do not like it at all
'I'm sorry for it! but there is no ground
for your complaint.'
'Wo, sarc; dare is no ground at all -de
ground is all vatare.'
I 'V fill infcff.'
I 4 "
'I do not joke. I ncvar joke; fen en
tends pass raillerie. Vare voulez vouz
have de kindness to give me back de mon
ey vot l pay!
'Den vill you be so good as to take
East river off de top of my lot?'
' 1 hat s your business, sir, not mine.
'Den I make von mauvaise affaire von
l hope not, 1 don't think you have
thrown away your money in wtand.
'IVo, sarc; but 1 have throw it all away
in ue rivare.
'That's not my fault.'
cs sarc lnU 18 yur lmilt 1 ou're
von ver gran rascal to swindle mc out of
n'in rrrnw ntronnni
ano u you can t Keen a civil tontnie inv
d if you can't keep a civil tongue inyoui
ncau, you must goont 01 my olhce.'
Vare ohall I go to, IchI'
'To the devil, for aught I care, you fool
ish old Frenchman!' said the auctioneer
JJut sare, I vill not go to the devil to
oblige you! replied the Frenchman, wax
iiailarVBtT maticTfrCTiatnlllfl stj'ufff r'Mfi
not go do devil torall dat. I vis you may
go to devil yourself, yoii dam yankce doo
dcll. nnd T vill nn mut i1ri..n ......ir
. . o ill, nun, tvitl
"e am'e' ''g'11 away,
'You conld'nt mafcn n mi- . .. ......
i . - - . . , uou til yuili
I wrtf r nnvtlnr I,H,..I'
i t-", iyj .
'Ah, miscricorde! Ah, mondial! Je suit
"otme. i am nun! I am done up! Iain
break all into ten smmnn IppiI,. nit t .
v;on Ialne "ck, and I shall vaddle across
oe Kran ocean lor I'ans, vish is the onl
valuable vatare privilege that is left mc
Poor Poonoo was n frnntl i i.;-
Ho sailed in the next packct.and arrived in
1 ans almost as pennyless as the day he left
Should any foci disposed to dottbl the
-r"ic circumstances here recorded, let
dim -'..., .1 .. .'
him cross the
jjuoinvurio ine wahabout,
anu larmcr j will row him out to the
very place where the poor Frenchman's
low sun remain under water.
A good author should have the ntvi nn.l
courage of a captain, the integrity of a dying
: , .1.:.... . "J
.....i, otuoii UI1U lllLlJIllllLV. n tf
jiiipuoc iiouiiiij, eimcr weator needless, on
The best of authors arc not ivitlmnt !,:
faults, and if they were, the world would not
uiKcnain mem as Miirr tirst-m rnri:..
is ouen called For, m nobody would bear it.
The only perfect man that ever appeared in
w w.su Mil. ... l
I he man whose book is filled with mmta.
tions, may be said to crenn nlnnir tin. ul.n-
ti ! 1. 1 1 1 r..i na :n.A ... . r 1 . . ...
,7. , ' " " "u airaiu io trust him-
seii to tnc tree compass of reasoning. Oth
ers defend such authors bv a diiTii, nil...
sum, and ask whether honev is tlm wnnn r.
I.: ,i. i .u.
u'g gamoreu irommany flo-wita 1
a iuw cnoice books make tlie best library:
h'uiiuuuu wm uumuunu us, wucrcas a
lie titles ' miuumtu Wlm muc rt8C "
, ,.?s' .
flV,? F"I9C8 ,n? 18 "nJouutcdly
- """I uuiiiu uiui aomcumes praises nm
iriniifi iA Anr. v.r -. m
"HUiiho um mma.
Aien are too ant to nrnn.59 ni.
J? Ii0pes' and Perfor"' according to their
jf tR -n do little,
wBlTo a Lnan wan!? Penco of mind. Ho
TSSLS. ! I10.1 on ,,is.
Z ' ",S m Dei"S
; too busy to.
r.r " f Vcil? &"f fnw-r-
rZ " T- . ',ni "av.e'.we l? Uo .
lino all little
and to amend ourselvcsi
Ingratitude Awards tho IJclty.
Pcrhnps there is no crime which finds
fewer advocates than ingratitude. Persons
,accinc'd'6f this may deny the charge, but
wioy never attempt to justiiy the disposition.
They never say that there is no obliquity and
ucnTcni in irting tmininuiui ot benchts,
a niorai iiincss is uiscermure on any occa-
t n " .
stowed and received. In proportion to
" .u.i.a uu
iiiusu tavors is urc uccrec 01 ucmcni attacli-
im to iriKratiludc. Acreeably to this is tlc
sentence so often quoted from Pnblitis Sv
o r,., .,.,! .'. ii.i:.. c.
rus, "Onino dixcris maledictuin, quuni in
tffatum homincm dixcris."
With what fcclintrs do we 4weiifi nnd nn-
joy favors ldfctowedby our Creator! Our
dependence on htm is absolute ami Univer
sal. Existence is not more truly his gilt,
man arc an those objects, which render ex
J 1 . t 1 . tit f
isiunce vaiuauic. i o mis muniticcnce ere
we indebted for intellectual iowcrs, and the
means for their cultivation; for the suste
nance daily provided; for the enjoyments
uenvcd irom the active and varying scenes
oi tnc uay, and irom the rest and tranquilli
ty of the night. His gifts arc th relations
and friends, whom wclo and from whose
affection to us so considerable a UaTt of the
jdyof life ts derived. His are tho show-
Crs which llinisten. mill tlinsiiii wliinli trarmi
the earth. From Him are the pleasures and
animation ol spring, and the riches of har
vest all, that satisfies tho appetite, sup
ports or restores the atiiimtl Fyntcin, gratifies
the car, or charms tho eye. With what
emotions, let it be asked, arc all these ob
jeeta i-icwed, and these blessings enjoyed!
Is lt tlie habit of man la acknowledge God
in ins works, and to attribute all his pleas
ures and security of life to the Creator's
munihcencef Possession ahd Prosperity
arc enjoyed not as a gift to the undeserving,
but as the Tcsult of chance or good fortune,
or as the merited reward of our own pru
dence hnd effort. Wfiro gratitude a trait in
the human character, it would be proportion
ate to obligation, and where much is receiv
ed much would be acknowledged. In this
the liveliest sense of obligation would be
exhibited among the wealthy, and those
whose prosperity had been long nnd unin
tcmipted. Dm do facts correspond to this
supposition! Arc God, his providence and
bounty, most sehsibly and devoutly ac
knowledgcd by you, who feel no want, and
arc tried by no adversity! The truth is, our
sense ol obligation usually diminishes in
proportion to the greatness and duration of
blessings bestowed. A long course of pros
pe'rity renders us the more insensible.
JJut on no subject is human ingratitude
so remarkably apparent, as in regard to
the Christian religion. I npeak not of those
wno reject, but ot those who believe Chris
ten son, that whosoever bclieveth on him
What is rnAYEit! Pravcr is tint n mn.
turc, a rapsody, a flight into' the third hcav-
eil. It is not the nroml .nsront nr
agination into coma l.lol, .! J , "
. ..I ... o V "IHUII-
ure aim sublime attractions. It is not
S, CCS,,aC' PffOUl over-
""tiling lltic 01 irresistible
emotions, h is simple everyday business
----- i" "iiniiuiiiiijj wiui uoti, com
muning witn mm, ,,ot m tho heaven among
uiu aunipnims not in some mid region of
:ur, remote irom the nnrn r !..
business, and trials and burdens; but here
on earth, icst where wn nr-nd rrranA ntI
help. In order to this communion, God
does call ns up to himself; he comes down
iu us uown to llin nvol nf .,. :n....:...
Thus he makes
prayer a simple thing, as
of a child's desires, whis-
. . ii .iitiiiijitv
pcred inio the ear of a kind father. If'ym,
wouiu see What pravcr IS. rr rn)...r ...l.-i ;, I
I , - 1 w. n Hill it I
OUffllt 10 UC, StllUV thfi T.nnl
model of christian devotion. How Utile do
we sec there of sublimn minrrinmto... i....
little of enrapwrcd sensibility; how little of
intellectual abstraction and eilbrt; how much
of common sense plainness,
hkc simplicity, in matter and in manner!
Alter this manner pray ye 1
ilUMILITV. Ihov who in ,('.
immense." Sir Ts:m Nin
iis death, cxririJffsud :iinrn.-inni;..,. m
do not know what I may appear to' the
world but to
like a boy playing on the sea shore, and di-
ng myse-n JM now arI then findirrg a
v. r,"'" a juuuiur axiou man or
uinaryv wiuio the vast ocean of truth lnv
MH llnfIl(Svirnvn1 l.r J
VrnTLT.VrrtOff W tho ilauirlilnr nP tr
en: brimr tJW,v ,ii:..J3 , .
infirteyf tfiey pass ihoir youth in ;nu
"L ?"d.!r 4'
his world fit to bo cnmnnroil will. !). .. !?.-. li
...u.wv. . liuiu iiiiiiiiiin.nl i
wishes and desires tend to nelMr nrn,.
inents which aro not liable tr change. The
Virtuous man looks Karl nn l,l. .o.
duct withoutircgref, because ZZ
I.... I. 1 - Vr. . . " -.rn.nui
Tv "V,"aPPy' tts mmd is
Biieerwmess. ano: fits nHmm ir,..e..
datioau of felicity: he is rich ami&t pover-
tyr and! no-one can deprivthim of what hn
possesses; he is alEperfeotron, Ibr liis life
is spotless and' lie-has nothing to wish for,
sinae" he Possesses every things
Wife ftlff r Jftlf-X person who wore a suit 0)
homespun clothes, stepped into ft house In this city
on somo husincSN, wlicre several ladies and gcmlcl
men were asscmhlcil in Uh iinicr room. One of tlie
company remarked (in a low tone, though sufficient-
li. fnti.l In 1... r 1 1 1... ll. .. . .
countryman was in wiirtffiir, and 'ftrrrccd to mali
jpl some fun; the following dmlogue ensued: j
I 1 tt:Hf i irom 111c vounirv.
1 - vven. sir. wnnt !!( vnn iiiivtif wri liAittfi" m
J "It's cot n 'inrnei sicht o im.. ... ; .l
" opoci uicro arc a ejeat many ladies ytlmKK
"O yecs, a wounilv siaht. list for all thn
. 1 I .11 !, 1 .1 ' . 1 ,
uiviu.iiu.u itmuiuuil III U1U IUU CK. 'J
-.uni jtth nroquuc nucau among tiicni.tto-tlouhll' '
"Yecs, I licau's 'cm to incctin' nnd aliout," f '
"May bc..1Tto gcnUcman will take a el.uM.ifw.wt
(irttd -Onb '6f tho company.)
"lnank e, 'dont cure, it I do."
"liA yn mVifct drtnli & tea.'
"1 cats toast, what Aunt Di-hhy makes, IA!A u ti 5
drinkin' it, I never nce'd the like." 'S
"Oh. you must drink their liifMtht"
"Wl my heart-."
AVhat was tho surprise of the comnanv to hAt
the ftrangcr speak clearly, as follows:
"Ladies and gentlemen, icrmit mc to wish vM
health and happiness, with every other Mussinir tlii
earth can alTord, and nMti you to bear in mind
that wo arc often deceived by apjK-aruuccs. Vou
inialook me, by my dress, for n country liooby, I,
I tnc 8311)0 caus0 thought thens hrcn to Iw
Uc,"c,,5 ".10 d''ccl,,,, B inutual, I wish y
Cheating Unci; Sam. A ccntlemnn sent a lad
with letter to the llaltitnoro Post Ofl'icc.and mon.
cy to pny tho postage. When he returned ho naid
"I guess I did tho tliidg slickt I scfe'd a good many
folks juittin lettcrt Into the office through n hole, so
I watched my chance, and got inino 'lnfurnhin,
A Tateni Sigin "What device shall t have U
1oii my sifrnr' wwl n gtiitlMtitth about 10 bjen a
houhC of public entertainment, with Jiis bar more
fully provided than his pailour orlcd-room.
'1'utonilUid picture of a hum. with vourwlf
crawling out at the little enrf," mid a hy-standen
HnMinKAnLr. Axaiiiiam. Pilate's question t.
our Saviour, "What is truthl" in tho Latin vub
gate stands thus Quid est vcntasi These letters
transposed make, Efctvcr qui ndest. "His tho mmt
"Turn cut, or by colly I'll scrto you as t did" a
man t'other day," hallooed a Jonathan who, with
his gal in the lumber box, was about coming in con.
tact with a dandy In his fine gig, Tlie affrighted
beau turned out, for he was sadly terrified tit tho
mysterious threat, and as brother Jonathan wa-t
passing, risked how he served tho other muni "Why,
turned out niysclf."
Aimr.ncr or mind. Tho Mcmnhis Ennuircr re
latcs the last notcble instance: "A gentleman bach
elor filling into ccstacics with a sweet littlo prattler,
nestling in its motligr's arms, intending to kiss it
fell to kissing its mother, and was only oppriSsd of '
his mistake by tho fist of the husband. , ,
Awri'L nF.rr.not rfUcOciourf nTrruviTi.-
Two boys fought out a quarrel the other day, an J
ma nigger provcu 1110 -iiesi man." "Warn yc' said
fr fcln'tiick yV, rjTAouryoirC'' '
A library finvlnf. .
. i. .i : "uniu oho cxpresseil
a liopo that no lirta Win Ini. . ' .
K&J "exccPl "10 'Lives of the Pott, '
. .. as-- n.,.Mu
. ""'""I'sxr.ss-a lellow who had ascended thn
T.. 5r. .. WW of Icing hung, told thd
nuiiuilliUl U1SI lie noril till! Tnhr u I.
It should break and 1 c Val to tleeround hS V
Uit laboriously injured StobSmS
-"""I'l'feiientions were quieted when tho
tltcrope with perfect safety I"
""o r"1" "mi liomiu'Iit "venture nn.,
Some years anro a rmrk.l,rn;...i
j- I,...-., r . ".... mini ivjto was
blighted try tko females . very todf(ly askcilayoung
t1?;, 1 "Mcl hr . evening5 with
Her. "IVo," ehe ananlv rcnl id. Imi'. ...i... i
wont." "Wliv." renlint hP' ".",T;V'"
K"8 'Wntwean thi etenlng, but some stormy
' """tB nny "
ma I. I J IlltU HI IM1 K1I
"There is no truth in men," said a lady in comna.
"Ibcy aro hko miiub-nl ;.,0i, i. ..t.
ft i uii.iiiin, nmcu
believe that nil mrn nm Jur
- - v y ' n
S7.'7 A man by the name of Beans
wa,) lately hintf fn the North of Einrlnn.1.
nf.nf.t ,"7.y:-j,usj"!s "rst and plcasura
"iothd the babbies! b tIlcTo" f "
ealculalnl to remain hw. iW.t i. t
"""" up io ino public swnd, itnd after
1 1 in tlie mot glowing terms,
..nmendation by savins that "hi)
ft in one day (liat it would take
him tack again.'
Virtues of Mustitrdr "Miistur.l. Sir "
n manufiu-turcr thereof. wblUf vhn! tfnt!nrr flirt 'fr
tucs of that pungent article "Muttard, Sir; atfs Z
1 diol,loBisU ""J SV rV
m an emetic, crreat A hlkter. nn.T
grand a a cataplasm."
A Coloured Cases ll was rcnnrtn.1
liu:ii mat lie naa married a 1 nek wifi.. Dim nr..
son rnmnlno.1 nn l.nt.At:....... .1 . !... ... .fi
PnJ ' Wend met thoollcndcr with his black snonsir
leamner on his arm.
no I you llievo tho gen-
looU very llact
v.. iuc. u 1111u.fi rniinj:ii
ItouMc Pntexrire-A ntfiwmrrrArr.t.,r...n
vcry foniJ of ,icr llus64 notwithstandmg his ex-
""uai:"ws oi lierson, onco said t a wittv fr cnJ
and lUiu? out fifty cuineas for a lartro bnl.liiv.ii
purpose to please nidi'
" 1 ho dear little man!" atCiul tho other- Well if
ts just like himi'
A mon fannr fiivfinl irtnrM. .i i. .i..
chnciCby saying that ho never liked fowl play.
Wo never yet stopped th press for want cf twoi
, lines of nonsense..