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os nIcentlyth pisahed bs;si
ed tip erchisnsack, nc-loth.
assptton- i aen~das pasd
ownuhi offices, waor hen puoin
x1ehind arre ged s Adveries; f
?"iZ5LAU t, r I dear!and- p omen
ra b arus a id toar i
,- kidhusbaRING man, -
k f hif was tid a partaken ofta
Oftbi e kfast; he hto read the morn
4'k4' ersihroigh; he ham' stood directly
n bie, ith his hnds clasped
y sett.knrt, and chrl thorought
O#,iAWv~hI~kcked off his slippers,
loth.n line ly polished boots;
ed his sack, nee -cloth
919.Mv es, ut on his ha, and Was pas
hth door-teps, when a voice
, ~~bhlid arrested his progress; for
Mr~s'Lenoldas Boyd eclaimed, "Don't
"h place of buinss hiemdi
- thn t tsy dear!"and-a mo"vent
no r the saltus and s earch!"
goi MrbLebidbs Boyd was a
Skind husband, and an indul
igonKatee Not a day pastgd but his
MR1Whief was'Ted a half-dozen knots
.41 hb; W1adAy-in which. ie did not
e ejgg,yild and "I ll my dear!"
ests he as sure to forget. mThe
tt}6dill the coda;l'n's 'hill, the
peibill, the house' rent, wetre all
C rYttli, and chearflully ho bought
-M n.clhi new n drcs.'ies bonnet and
r aootim ine; but here w ma ever, a mvs
trtq,.~ np n I*' understanding. He
tbt hreht wit became of the
twbsh ent into ing house
ryj1Jigtow h.paeo uitesidas Boydi
e pecepith quick steps the road
bjectace doebstineed s meto
tA ."a dhn thus h n e
aD6n'torget the sd;t, my de h" No.
6atthe snlt; but wonder wat
&Rfy1-oame of the last abought! oStarch
iaioo' I never taste salmrat
tng; thie acook mu t thro that
t edoitgrch-let me see; that goes
aitin m nth wbutio can't take a pound
oen irtahe's, sonap" too, and a
-r4vtdrei- eggs, my dear." Last week
%iniVisorn Indigo, and a new mop; n
itteilonsL and some soda;' to-morrowit
onebofMristold bi k and a pound of gin
deiis adwe'bymten want of so many
:iliy ine.Te eubicnsoe
thnks ht i oie; but my wie shall
fiMe, Ihat pouwants if she is rational
at~i~ t t oaIt"house-akeping.'
rf vern ytee-Phc Anbr
'o its Lenoidas Boyds;
7tlaa oepe eeo edrliteci.
'I, tion are obtuse on the
. ofv'll domestic needs; men to
whbm Jittlo hants are no wants at all, abd
t a7ail ds that the y o ae mai
.~hp~e~tgoes monwhthfi, begime
biiinae to much under ath ous
b tu~iothe ciryh ater in gene."
Eatng n er te hen seous sns
When wetakintoconsier ating hs
I -cake_ I
e oes %V~tjisxeriene,
liekoldhr:4yes n ad h'd
heatij* ofteht inta reater tumult than th
poboihng, empesously over the fire
is it thevords o othrif is not;
ware-ho~use,9 ro rnsliiuse; & bres
liouse,.nor aobake- u ojan out.house
nr'da dWellltgouse, o; itbsoute
ly and bona fi neither mrbid le1
than akitchen or as the l ir'e lta
sicnlly exPlises it, 'a kitche iscamer
necessaria pro nRus cookare cum sano
pannis, scullero, dres sero, co alh St9
vis,i6ke jackero, pro roastandum boil
andum. fryandum et plumb puddihg nix
andumn'pro turtle-soupus calve's-hea
hashbus, otinicalipee et caliphashibus,
And to be captain of this establiaeni
keep each boiler fror - bursting, aind mak
three regular trips daily and found, fror
thence to the family table, requires som
skill, fortitude, and patience; yes! and 'su
gar and spice that's very nice.'
A man's theory of cooking consists il
'stirring up something' and baking it unti
it is done; carried into practice -it woul
beworse than the French 'oll a podridai'
vherein 'a littleof any thingyou have go
is put into a pot half tull of waiter,: boile
an hour, seasoned with salt and peppel
and served up hot;' or on a festival-day 1
might amount to the Spanish recipe fo
the same dish:. 'Take a little of ever,
thing you have got,- boil it hard for a
hour, season it to your taste, and garnis
it with parsley.' There is little romanc
about a kitchen fire-place. Theabeauti
ful theory of living upon the. fruita of th
earth is charming to the young maideno1
the eve of matrimony and house keeping
She will regale herself and her husban
on apples, peaches and pears for brcali
fast. She will never become a drudge ii
her own house-not she! No doubt but
turnip field and a good well of water woul
sustain life; but we opine that our lord c
creation would find his way to a cook-sho
and our lady fair seek for consolatio
where the Duchess of Orleans said sh
could always find it in her times of afflic
tion; in eating ham and sausages. Yel
anfler all, there is a satisfaction in havin
'got up one's victuuls' nicely, apart fror
the mere eating of them. A trifle, a stic
of green wood, a falling of little soot fror
the chimney, a grain ofrsalt or pepper to
much or too little, and alus for the dinnei
Or If the house-keeper has done it h
means of her independent proxy, viz: hiell
then the trifle of a soft or hard word, an
the whole family circle must be hapFy 0
unhappy. Happy it is, and she rejoife
over her dinner, and feels thankful whei
it is over. liow Madam Nature (a prett
good world-keeper we think) hung dir
ners on apple trees .nd-pade vines ben
good breakfasis, ciused tie earth to sen
up bubbling springs of good hot soup, -an
made turkevs to run about roasted an
chickens to issue fricnasseed from the whit
houses of their infanoy, we doubt whethe
man or woman-kinid would have buen a
well satisfied. Did not Putt Tigg enjo
himself hugely w"hen lie thought
'To-morrow I'll kill my fat pig,
For I'm sure he'll make illigant mutton;
So then ho goes into a hovel.
.And hangs the pig up by the heel,
Guts his throat so nate with the ahovel,
And cries, 'this is the way to dress veal!'
And did not the cobbler's wife bustl
about and feol consequentially hnpp
wvhen her lame-legged spouse hung or
his little shingle?
'iaer Kake and Pise anq Bier I sell,
And oysters sto'd and in the shel,
And fried 'uns tow for them that chews,
And with despatch mends Blutes Shets
An apt quotation frequently has ti
force of an original idea, and a speak<
gifted with memory and tact in this wa
often outshiines a man of originality an
talent. But a garbled or misapplied a
tation is like an ov'er charged musket, an
does more damage to thme owner than tU
enemy. A lawyer practicising in one <
our courts, was fanmous for the trencher
of his recollection, and his fondness Ii
quoting-an unhappy combination.
One day, in commencing an argumeni
lie thought he saw a chance of applyir
the woll known lines of Shakespeare.
' Who steals my purse steals trash,' &c
so he began:
*'May It please your honor---who stea
my good na me steals trash
'That's a fact, by Jupiter!' exelaima
the opposing counsel, and the court h.
its face In the, interior of an Immense lav
tome, while the majesty of thoe law wi
Insulted by obstreperous- laughter, rn
ing throgg the court room,
An ingettions mochania In one of ti
southern oltiba, has mad~e a small engir
to rock his ochild's cradle! Th le length
the engine and boiler is sixteen inchi
and a half, It is about two omn powe
and Is a great curiosity. -
,I:qiitiulattii i nyu inthat n
i ourelgit into:agood old
fillo 1ed a jhc Thr's somethinj
soin ft l tage okch tray
'elin i e bustle an
'upior ple am'liie
.png "lamn g t6eternal snish,
r lik they was so many balekand boxesi
dry-goodsanjk roceries-iithout so m116
as a chance of seeistwhar they're gwine
i orftakin aty Inferiest. in~ their. felloi
t sufoeres. I love to lhear the'dp of th
I.'hiip, and (he-ib * idireatio be
tween dfer an4 ii4 s hores; and lik
the~cons~varnson..the -motion-of th
stage, the rattle over. t 'stones, the stil
ness of the drag through the heavy asand
thylunging and pitching into the ruts ai
gullies the slow pull up the" stefr hilkl
the rush down agiiz 'and:- the splfishlric
the horse-s feet, and the wheels- ir1hew
ter and mud. And then one hatiind t
see the country, to._ount the iails', ih
pannels of the fences and the wimminan
children at the doors,-to notice the a
pearance of the craps, and the condition <
thedstock on the farms, and now add the
to say a word to the people on the row
9 side. All these things are pleasant aftc
a long voyage on the rail road. But wha
still more agreeable about stage-coac
travellin, is that we have a opportunity c
Smakin the acquaintance ofour fellow pas
sengers, and of conversin with 'em,
:studyin their interestin traits of charac
t ter, which, from the strikin contrast the
J often present, never fail to amuse if the
don't interest our minds.
t When I was down South last fall, T ha
r a pretty fair specimen of a stage ride fro
SWarrenton to Milledgeville, in Georgia
a The road wasn't the best in the world, an
a didn't run through the most interest pui
e of tie Stat, but we'd a good team, a goo
stage, and a first rate driver, and the con
pany jest about as good a one as could b
i jumped up for sich a occasion. The
was nine of us, besides the driver, and
don't beli(ve ther ever was a crowd <
. the same number that presented a greate
variety of character. Thor was a ol
:L gentleman in black, with big round spec
I tacles and a gold headed cone, a dand
f gambler, with more gold chains about hir
than would hang him, a old ITardshe
k preacher, as they call 'em out in Georgi
e with the biggest -mouth and the ugliet
. teetn I ever seed, a circus clown, whos
breath smelled strong enuff of licker 1
upset the stage, a cross old maid, as ugl
as a tar-bucket, a butiful young lady wit
a pair of the prettyest bright eyes, a dro,
er from Indiany, what was gwine t'o Ne
Orleans to git a army contract for bee
*t and myself.
For a while nobody didn't have .muc
to say. The young lady put her gree
J veil over her face and leaned her hew
r back in the corner; the old maid .sot u
s strait, and looked as sharp as a steel trap
a the old gentleman drummed his fingerso
his cane, and looked out of the windet
the circus man tried to look interestin; i
r gambler went to sleep; the preacher lool
j ed solemn, and the booster stuck his he
j out of the winder to look at the cattl
I what we passed evry now and then.
0 "ris aint no great stock country," s
r he to the old gentleman with the cane.
a "No, "sir," ses the old gentlemat
y 'Thgr's very little grazing here, and i
rarnge is preitty much wore out."
Then ther was nothing Red agin It
sorne time. Biimeby the hosier openc
"It's the d---.st place for simmoi
trees and turkey-b~uzzards I ever did see!
The old gentleman wvith the cane didn
e say nothing, and the prgechirgv
y hong groan. The young lady. smile
it through her veil, and the old mai'd snai
pod her eyes and looked sideways at ti
"Dent make much beef here,TI reckon,
,ss the hoosier.
"No," ses the old gentleman.
."Well, I don't see howv in the h
e thyal manae to git along in a countis
r whr tey in tno ranges, and they dori
make no beef. A man ain't considerE
dworth a cuss in Indiany what has't g
his brand on a hundred hed."
d "Yours is a great beef country, I b
elieve," ses the old gentleman.
"Well, Sir it, ain't nothing else.
man that's got sense enufl'to roller his on
r cowbell wvith us ain't in no danger of sta
vm-lm gwine dowvn to Orleans to see
I can't git a contract out of Uncle Sam
feed the boys whlat's been licking the
ginfernal Mexicans so bad. I spose you's
seed thern cussed lies what's been in ti
papers about the Indiany boys at Bori
"I've read some account, of the battle
d ses the old gentleman, "that didn't give
d very flattering account of the conduct
seime of our t roops."
is Withi that, the Indianv man wvent into
~. full explanation of the aflhir, and, gitt
Wamed up as he wvent along, begun
. wear like he'd been through
mpaigns himself. The o
pt ristenied to him with evide
>f sigra 6ofdispleasure, twistin andI groani
as till he couldn't stand it no longer.
( "My friend," sea he, "you must cout
megbtW your conversation W941d bo
f at all, and I ''pode kno
The hoosier din't o
A k a n '5sey the k h n
r Vno * Ihen h l
XPB 9 p opl wpartl' h
and 6iIipdb1 do;Wtg ei~
1 sermon ngrsi 4i.,n
,, heart. Irithe condse of hi a
undertook to prove ihe'
u t-ue; and i i
f propheciy, and terf t
old gefitleniAn.iikihi dI ' ar
a in the conva'iosin; tnd l .j
e tened. withoueei openin hi. mou
"I've just heardf'oia, gejntjma,9p
the preacher, "what' ibetnie Ity t
C Land, and 'wei der the Bihiloonty.
r It's astonishin to hear whationderfl
i. things he has seed. He was 'at Sodorn
r and Gomorrow, and seed the plaad 'air"
Lot's wife fell!"
h "A hI" ses the old gentlemati*with'the
"Yes, se' the preacher,"he wint o the
r very spot, and what's the remarkableqi
thing of all, he seed the pillar of salt *hat
V she was turned into!"
V "Is it possibleP"'ees the old gentle'min.
The hoosier's countenance brightened
up, and his mouth opened ivide.
n "Yes, Sir; -he seed the salt 'standing
thar in this day."
ri "What!" sea the hoosier, "ral gene.
t wine, good salt?"
- "Yes, sir, a pillar of salt, jest as it was
- when that wickeA woman was pltnished
a for her disabedience."
r .All.but the gambler, who was snoozin
I in the corner of the coach, . looked -at the
f; preacher,-the hoosier with aneession
r of countenance that plainly. toldjhat his
di mind was powerfully convicted;dfa im.
'Right out in the. open air?" he axed.
a "Yes, standin right In the open field
l1 whar she fell."
o ell, Sir, all I've got to say, is, if
it she' ldrapped in our-parts, *lIc62uteo4d
e a licked her up long ago! -
o 'I'he preacher raised.both his hapdi t
y; sich an irreverent remark,,and ihe461d
h. gentleman laughed himself into, o fit'of.
the asietics, what he didn't'git6 over till
v we got to the next change of hoises."The
f, hoosier had played the mischiefW ith the]
gravity of the whole;party; en.he hW ld~
Ih maid had to gpuy -hankdreher lo her
n face, and the y df-s eyes a- fl
Swith tears for h aflerwards. e
p old preacher h t another word -to say
> on the subje t whenever we-.cum to
n any place ", . ssed anybOdy on the road,
; the circus man was certain to ask what
e was the price of Fait.
d PAT AND THE ENGINE.-The following
e which we find in the Boston .Bee- i capI.
tal. If the editors have any, more of the
s -'same sort" left, we hope they will" 'send
them along -
1. An Irishl, a day or two mince, who
e had been oiten employed as a' stevedore,
was observed intently qazing at a steam
r engine, that was whizzing away at aswift
(d rate, doing his work for him, and lifling
the cotton out from The holM of'"a ship'
-. quicker than you can say "Ju.4k Robin.i
son." Pat looked till his anlger was iiet.I
't ty well up, and then shaking 'his fist at
a the "tarnal critter," he exclaimed
d "Choog, choog, spot, ame it, and be
>- bothered, ye ould child o'Satan, that'y
e are! Ye may do the work o'twenty for.
lcrs-ye may take the- bread outgilv an
"honest Irishman's mouth--but by the
powers, now ye can't vote, old blazer, mind
that, will ye?"
v IRIsH COUNTIN.-"Teddy, me hbdid
t ye go to the parthy last nightS"
d"Ocht warn't I there, darlin'? And'
warn't it a fine time we had Jemmny:"
:>t "How many ov the b'ys did ye 've tharel"
s- "An' who were they?"
"There was mesilf, that's ege;' thare -was
A Barney Flin, that's two;-the two Croghans,
n an' that's thraa; an'-a'-faitc, thtare was
if Teddy commenced his count again.,.
"The two Croghans is one; mnesilf, tjiats
o two; an' Barney Flin~is thraa-is thraa--but
--thare woas foor, cony howl"
re .Not satisfied with three, Teddy scratche4
ec hiespate, and .very enmphatically recominen.
y ced his counting.
"'Cjbere was Barney Fia, that'se oneq ant
,, the two Croghans, that,s tro; .an' aeilf,
that's thraa;-an'-an'-be dad rhere-'tas
a foor-but I can't t'ink o' the othekoni!""\
'You have got thin shoes,' said' Caro
a line's mamrqa to her daughter, rianhey
a will wear out right off' 'I ot' them to
o0 tear out, righstof,' sadf h a heilt,
a' her arm under thet ofh bu'n
d swvartwouted ,'
it . '
n Let youtlIeht so shine tht knuldorler
will beenabledi t~ohe & agor nts
e and then plnk u~'t sho onod
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