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IwH-n tnitiTil Itfiirnili it hv tlif fUi 1int)nn ; (hut Ihf rnols fif Hit j trcp liSil tlnttik tii llif arioti lt' li!oo!. nliii'h. ri!"ir llimngh llif Irmik Bin! Ira'" 'if. I'"'! mtlf llicm o lar ami (tnin2 Who ki!w 5f tlm It jroml lit? , trtto? Am liiiw, llii if whs fprtainltr "HP rnii.iiH fm-t t-oniirniny tlif tiff, lint) rvfi holy In llif viHutf knetv alinnt il : una'l aii'l I'ltnit. Wlnvevrr fi ll aalorp ninliT tlif tr"f ait'! ilrf ami ilrffim. Dial ihi iiin wnti'i! aiirelv lio Inio Sti, film tltrif iinmo tiKirint, il wa rallfi! tlif Ilri'aiiiiiu llft-cli. anil no cmt kt-f w il liy ' aiiv nlhcf Damp. Tlifif m, liiwevor, a 1 iipculinr rotiiliiion nttnrhii! to tlif ilionin- itijf. nnd if anvlintly lay down niuV'r t lie I liffcli wiili t lie iili'a of ilinnrriinsr of oiiif ; out- iiarliftilnr lliinjf. tln'it Hie (li'fiint ! wnttlil stiff lie nolliiiiff Imt condinion : iitiil rnliliixli anil tioiiienti' of oil aurl, of ; wliii li no onf cnilil tniiliP either liem! or 1 lull. Now lliin wan awsttrfilly rattier a ( tliffii'tilt Ktiinilntion, lierniifO tnosl peoiile ; are no verv likely to tliink of wlmt lien ! iieare.il t tie heart ; ronwqtienlly, at the : I'me thin 'i-lorv eotnineni'etl not a tnnn or - womnti had ever tried (ho Jilan will) site-res-. Still, fur all Unit, it wim tint to be j denied hut thai the tradition of llif I )reatnliij Hoech tvni true. I One hot siitiiiner's tlav, when not a j hrenlli of air slirred, a )'"or jonmeviiian I eamc wanderlnc alonjf the road. Tliinga ! had fitmo very badly with him fur many I year in foreign part e . When he reached the viilntre bo turned hi" jioekels inside out for the last time, but nkis! they were ' rmiily. j AYlml nin I to do? he thought to liiin I self. I am tired to death, but no one j will take inn in for nothinfr, and it is j hard to be, dust then his eyes fell un ion the noble beeelt tree, 011 tho jrreen prascy slope; and an it Mood only a few yard from the road, lie, laid himsell down under it to rent. A gontle breeze sprang tip and rustled amongst the bran cites, whilst here and there a gleam of glittering? sunshine fell as the leaves were moved, difelosing glimpses of the deep blue: sky bevond.' Then the tired wan derer closed his eyes and slept. Whilst he was thus soundly sleeping, a branch dropped from tho beech tree, with three leaves on it which fell just on his breast. Ho dreamt that he sat at a table, in a most cozy room ; and the table was his own, anJ the room, and indeed the wholt! house. At tho table, leaning oil it will: both liamU, stood a young woman, looking lovingly at him; and that was his wife. On hU knees sat a child, whom he was feeding with soup, and because the soup was too hot, lie blew upon the spoon to cool it. Then his wife cried out langlrng.What a capital nurse you make! Jumping about the room was another child, a fut, rosy-cl coked urchin, drag ging about a largo carrot, to which he had tied a string, and shouting Tally ho! aifit were the finest fox. And both children were hit own. This was his dream ; and it must have been a very pleasant dream, fur his whole luce beamed, in his slcp wiih happi- ! no-. 1 When he awoke it win almost evening, uitil before him stood a shepherd, suiok ; iug. He sprang tip from the ground, ' nun h refifshed ; stiftrhed himself, and yawni'tl. ni ing : 1 Heavens! if it were onlv true ! but, at ; nl! i vcnls. ii whs pli :is:ml to know how ' it v .ti Id ail feel? j '1 hen the shepherd cainu up and asked I I, in) w hence he C!iin' and whither he was 'going, and whether he had ever heard of the wondei fill Beech? j (Living learnt he was a innocent about it u a new born babe, lie exclaimed: Well, you're a ltnky dug! Cor anyone j could reud in your face you were dream- i ing something pleasant. I was looking at yiiitfnra long time, as 011 lay there j And he told him the particular virtue of the In e. It's sure to t onic true, ho ad ded, as certain a Hint this is a sheep and th italitmb. A-k ll.e people in the vil- . (age if it is not n. Now jilsl tell ma what ) on dreamt. O'd fellow, answered the omijj man, jgi inning, that's the way, is it, you quea liuii stranger in these puts? I mean to keej my beautiful dream to inv-ell, and wii ran'l bo surprised tl thai. liutf ir till lli.it nothing w ill come uf il ; and he rejilit b.i!ivod w hut he he was s i ir.g, fur tn lie walked toward, the village, he tun nil 11 red M him-e !f. Sltlfl and noii-eiise t'M w itf' t ti ? 1 sin, tiiil (ike to know litiH ; tree '-'nilt! euo; by sneh power! As he r oue Inin th" village he saw Hi. it.iil Iumi tli" ro.it of the third hotlf : a Ling j'i.!f nith a x',!'l-u crown danglin ; from it. And below, at I he dour, stood ltit iandionl of llif Crow 11 Inn. He hup penetl jn-t then 1.) be in good humor, f ir i,e b 1 lit. I very good supper, ud w let'litig. in oiisc jiit'iiee. tjiiite happy mud geiiiai. a tliC 5 ouiig liilxirer puiled i(t" his cap, and a-ked f r a li:l.t' tlieiter. Tl. Undiotd of the Crown l.ttiked at the 4lilt lad, in his dusty, rajgftl clot lira, IV1011 tup to t-e. and then kindly nodding itl t'i him: !it dm ti bt re iu this tutor: 1 daie 4y lix-re' a bit t f bread arid clieee and t jug of beer ti lof ), all 1 M trt!t of uraw in tl.e iufi at tii'Lt. Wht ii ujM.il he neiil inlti the house, and k-!:1 out l.n daughter wiih litis trcal and cht-s and br, and b aat dot u betide .the iun? man and asked him la tell hr ( f tl.fl fnrrifn Sands, and In return (oM'ty landlord el" the (V'tin, a tie "ti I he hire all the rillnjr Rotp. and how la ! wt'd in a iae. Ami. io l -ed, a 1 thai roni atootl, ami wh the tt iltw at to hv tbeii. unJi-r the brivh (jUie the Crown WOuhl be. tlUtJ. lur tnU be 1. id tw o lovely hi!, lieu Suddcnlv h ro, leaned tuwanl l!;e;tuit! tif whtsu s'rat.L'ir. and aiiid:. Pray tell rue what tWe ihrec leave kib. and -o..lt.:y Ww upnn the f.hl : are. siii king out d your waistcoat? when it Wa too hf f. IVth.tp'. too. the The young man looked down ' atn! ' mt.fr hoy ran alunfl the r.u with a ar ; fftind the twig, With the three leaves, j rot but tlw .er.m wlm ( Id uif tat tale ; whieh had fallen upon him while iS 'did tettl li.'i iui to uiftilion the t.iel, anil tilept. !t w fattifht in the flapof his! I Jfllo nsk liiui abtuit it. Hut it must j waistcoat. j havt happened so, becau-e w h tlever one i It mut have fitllun from tlm Kf at dieatnt under ll.e lieedi nee iilwayatlid I beech tie just outsitle tho village, he rw j eoiuo U tie, to the very letter. ! plied. 1 had a nap under it. , One day about live years later, the , The girl listened attentively, waiting to j young landlord, fir such he row mis, i hear what he would say next. When he 1 come in. nnd wa sitting in the tap j hitd cea.ed speaking she begun tfli jues-J room, when Ids wile ran in, and said to i titin him narrowly, till she had as-certain- ed bevond a doubt that he had realty fufl- , eu asleep under the (treat U-eeh U-eid ; that, moreover, lie knew nothing ol tlm j wonderful power and properliea attached : to the tree. Kor ho was a sly dog, and I pretended to know nothing. ! As soon a4 she had done questioning, -he went and drew him another jug of beer, and pifs.-etl him lo drink, tolling him all the lovely things she had herself dreamt, and wh it a pity it was they had never come I rue. Just then the shepherd came from the field, driving his sheep through the vil lage. As lie(pn-,-f d the Crown Inn, lm saw tho tw o sitting in the arbor in earnest converse, and he stood still a moment, and said: ' Ah, yes, he'll be sure lo fell you the beautiful dream, though I can get noth ing out of him. And then he drove oil his sheep. When the girl found, do what she would, she could not learn anything about tho dream, her curiosity knew 110 bounds, nnd at last she could control her self no longer, and a-kod him oughiright what he had dreamt whilst sleeping? tin der the beech. Then the young man, who was a mis chit vous rogue, and In very night spirits about his pleasant dream, with a sly look and a wink, said : . Ah! I hud a most glorious, dream, which must coma true; hut I dure not tell you what it was. Hut she worried and teased him so that ta last he drew his chair towards, her, and told her quite gravely: . . I dreamt I should marry tho daughter of tho landlord of the Crown Inn, and that after a bit I should become landlord myself! On hearing this tho girl grew as while as a lily and then as red as a ros, .md got up and walked back Into tl.tj bouse, Then after some little time she came again, and asked if he had really dreamt it, and was quite in earnest. To be sure, said he; she who appeared to me iu the dream was most certainly just like you! Then the girl went again into the house and did not return. IS ho walked straight to her own room ; and thoughts flowed through her brain like wafer that runneth apace. , First ono idea, thcu another chased it away till back came' tho first thoughts. There was no end to ihc con fusion? lie knows nothing about the tree, she said to herself, he dreamt it, and whether I wish it or no, it will sure ly come to pass; there's no possibility of changing that. And with this she went to bed, and dreamt the whole night of the young man. When she awoke the next morning, she knew his face by heart, so often had she seen it. in her dreams du ring the night. And ho was n good looking feilow, too. Tho young man had slept soundly on his bed of 6lr.-tvv. Dreaming liecch, dream, and all he had said to the laud lord's daughter were alike forgotten, lie stood al. the dour of the lap-rtmm, and w as ju.-t shaking the landlord's bund, and j wishing him good-bye, when the girl en- lereii. tin seeing him reaoy 10 siari, mi indescribable feeling came over her, and she could not let him go. l ather, she said, the beer has not yel been tapped, and the young man hni nothing to do; couldn't he" slay a day- longer, and earn his hoard and lodging, 1 and get something beside for the journey I home ? j The landlord had no objection to make to this proposal, as he had just had his morning diaught, and was in the best of; 'i"''""!'- J Somehow the beer-tapping progressed but slowly. Then came hullling the wine, I and when the cask was empty and the ibntiles full, then the girl thought he j could help in the field-work, and when 1 that was fi.ished there were so many i things to be done in the garden that 110 ! ' one ever thought of bifoie. So week : afier week slipped by, and every night she dreamt of him. In the evenings she 1 sat witn loin in ti.e attior t.y tt,e house, land when he told her how roughly i stranger., had treated him, and w hut hardship, he had gone through, it was r,'a!,v v,-'r' !. but gnat or a hair : was sure to get into Iter eyes, so mm M,f ; was obliged to w itf the eol tier tif her apron. 1 And -o il tame to pH lli.tt hi the rnd of the ye.ii the young mail was tii! In the i huu-e. And then the floor wetc well s, 1. inc. I, an. 1 white t iuil ami fir twig altewii ill nil the room-, and the whole tillage had holiday. It was the wed- ding day of the young jouri. man and lt(ve U m'htv bi anchea : and a, lin y tho ltnikeer' daughter; and every- , llljV(.J t,PIe f. il, a- then, the gohlen gli! body trjukfd at il, except ju.t a lew Mn.Jit,t aero., it- ! sie., and sulked U.-C4HI4 Ihiy Wfie jenloiH or j'teieuded to be mi. ot long after, the Jamli-'tJ of the Ciow n luu sit once more in a happy : frame of tiiiud. He bad been fating ant diit.king to Ma heart content, and aat iu Li. armchair with hi snuff box on ti li.ee. Lor.jf he slept; and at lt when they tried to awake him, they Lmnd he was dead. S the young journeyman bfatne real- look sum,: fed it!l i t:ur 011 his ' riitn Only fancy! y eterdy at luxm one ol ione niowet lull asleep under the 1 'ream ing I leech, without know in',' it. and what think 5 otl he dreamt? Why, that he was immensely rich! and onlv think who it was ("a-par. old Caspar w ho is half witted, an. 1 even body pities ami keeps only for charil y. What on carlh will he ' do with all his mot. ei ? I Wile, laughed the husband, how can yon believe such rubbish? You, a sen sible woman! Ju-t tolled for one mo ment. How is it po-silile a tree ran fore tell the future lei it be ever such 1111 old iiiitl beautiful tree? The wife gaed at her hit-baud with wondering eyes, shook her head, nnd said slowly: Husband, don't speak so wickedly! Yon ought not to joke on such subjects. : I inn not joking, my dear, replied the husband. For a lime the women was silent, as if she had not lightly understood him. Then she s;dd : Why pretend what you do not mean? Surely, yon, of all others, have must reason to be gtltleful fo the tree. Hasn't all you dreamt nntler it come true? Cod knows, replied tho husband, when she had finished speaking find knows I am grateful, grateful to Him and to you. Yes, il was a beautiful dream, and I re member il like yesterday; but everything is a thousand times heller (ban I dreamt it, and yon,' love, a thousand times pret tier mid dearer than the young woman who appeared iu my dream. Hut, as re gards (he tree, my darling: If a man loves dancing ho will soon find the music to dance to, and echo repeats the words that are spoken to her. 1 had been for so many years 'wretched and miserable amongst strangers, it wns no wonder, if once in a way 1 dreamt a pleasant dream. Pnt still it was strange that you should d-eani you were to marry me. 1 never dreamt that! All I saw was a young woman, with two children, but she was not half as pretty ns you, or the children cither. Fie! cried (ha wife; do you mean to deny me or the tree? Didn't you tell me the first day we met? It was in tlm even ing, out there iu the arbor. Didn't you tell mc you had dreamt you were to mar ry me and bccmr.o the landlord of the Crown Inn? -Then (ho man remembered the joke he had played his wife, and said It can't bo helped, dear wife. I did not really dream of you, and if I suid so it was only n joke. I remember you were so very inquisitive, and I wanted to tease you. Upon this the wife burst into a flood of tears and left tho room. When ho fol lowed her, sho was standing iu the court still crying. Ho did all ho could lo com fort her, but iu vain. Y'ott have stolen my love, and cheat ed mc out of my hcnii, she said : 1 shall never be happy, again, no! never? Then ho asked her if she did nut love him better than anybody in the world, and if they had nut been the happiest couple iu (he whole village? She could not deny this; bin, never theless she remained sa l and mi-crah'e, notwithstanding all he could say. i, be thought, Let her cry herself outto-morrow she will hi; herself again. Hut she was not herself again; for llm next morning, though she certainly had ceas ed weeping, she was sadder and graver than ever, md pointedly avoided her husband. ( Every uttonipt at reconciliation failed; I nearly all tlav sho sailloouiilv bv herself. (,la.,il,! w,t.'ncVl.,. w husband came near j)(,r This stale of things, continuing snuie- ,;, aao ljf.,,an 0 ,,,.ow me,.ini.mh. f,,al ;,, J(. m,l n!gether lost, his wife's j lf(Ve. silently he moved about the .,,,. Nuking bow tonne Die evil ; but ! I10 t,., occ,.rC(i ),im; so at noon he ' .,., (,ut into the viliiige. and loitered earless!)- Ihroiigh the fields. The rjeh, ripe corn waved like a golden lake, and the birds sung sweetly enough, bill hi- heart was luil ot sorrow, in t lie 1I1-- ( .,, M(ll ,,j 1 ),, ainicg I!ef b. : (J)W, of ie foH.M it ,,,,-,:, towards ivcn. Il seeinetl to lieekou him with j ,,.,,,, nm ing brain he I 1 route nearer ' )iu K)( )p, fn,.,,,). He went and sat t( .,, ju ihij.uii.i; of if, ,)V r',ve . e;.i had tn-i dsii,, goi be. pior ini-efaljle Witti-h, had le-in! li.t re fur the lir-t time, and dreamt -hat j-!i -itit dream. How It a-aul ! f- r il had lasted five years, tin. I now ai! gone! f-r ever nnd ever. TI.MI the l-t h btgtiiito resile uguiu. as it had done live V t ars itgu, and to j ti.mugh ihe Utiigha peep.-d ever ami anon i the deep blue sky. Then hi heurt grew ; cJinr, and he slept. S ou he dreamt ,ir,.Hui again of five years ago. The : W0!iJaii at the labl and the little children 1 ut u.;, jiU ; but now, the iVe -r liifl , (,( j,;, tt ult, , ),;;,. i en aBj Jvoked at hmi wiih her Utge , brow u t)e " Lind.y, ah, Lindly ! -AiiJlhi-n Leawuke, and found it w j only a dream! More sorrow fill than be- !. JUtihilb knit.-, aii- fure. he in otto oft small (ttrfit twig, f.-um the t-ee, and we ni, hssliMi and pli ed il i:i !.-- I v lull-Look . The ncy t day v at Sttn.Uy, ami a they wt-i.l to linns u liw h avti fell out at the wilt's In I. Ik- turned s.jlltl .. be ttu.'iH il Iu pi.k tht tn np ".! put Ihrur inl.T his 1 : set . Hut his wife had seen' il and a-kc l w hat it was. Onlv leaves tVout the Rimming Heech, w Inch i much kinder lo me thaa you atf . j Ye-lerday I wm resting betiealli II ami j fell to sleep it wished lo eon solo lite, lor j 1 dreamt that von were kind lo me again j and forgiven me every thing ; but it ia Hot j ti tle. The good old beech, though It is a noble tree, know nothing about the fn-! lure. i 'I l.e wife gazed til him, ami it was as if j a lay td sunshine had crossed her faee. j Hnbaud, did v ott really dream that? Yes, be answered positively, j And she knew it was the truth, by the j twiiehiug about hi mouth, like one who has :l difficulty in restraining bis tears. j Anil I Wits really your wife? . Kenlly inv own true wife; and she fell on hi- neck, and half suffocated him with kis-es, Thank (tod, she said, now it ia all tight again! I hue you so dearly, how dearly you can never know. And all these long weary days I have been in such dread, least 1 was wrong iu loving yon, and that '1.1 meant me to have an olber husband, and you another wife? lor von certainly did steal my heart you bad man! nnd there was deception at til si y es, you stole 111 v heitrl, but il did not do you much good, for yon know things iiiu-t have happened just as they did, whether wo would or lit). Then, after a pause, she continued I'roini-e me never to speak slightingly of the Dreaming lieei h again? I never w ill, for I believe In it, as much as yon do, depend upon it, though lit a different way, perhaps. And now let us paste the leaves iu Ihe beginning of our hymn book so I hut they may not he lost. fl.KKV VKHMOVr IHIY. About I'ifieen years ago a young man barely out of his teens, stepped off the train on the Cleveland h Toledo (now Lake Shore) railroad nt. Oberlin, Ohio, carpetbag in hand, and inquired for the nearest hotel. lie was directed fo t hatinccy Waek's famous house, not far from tin? depot, ami at once proceeded thither and engaged a room. Our hero registered at, Waek's inno cently enough, and then Blurted up (own lo prospect. Ileiiig Ihe son of a clergy man in Vermont, ami having but a few shillings in his pocket, ho naturally sought the good citizen of Oberlin iu his quest of employment. At first they lent a ready car to his story, and inquired in to particulars, but as soon ns (hey learn ed that ho was stopping at Waek's they fled dismayed. The young man, after several incidents of this kind, strangely suspected that, he had got Into a small pox hospital; but being plucky nnd self reliant, he determined to make the best of it and he under obligations to nobody. A few days later a shlnglo dangled from a little shop, saying to tho passer by, "House and Sign Painting," and a look within disclosed tho young Vermont' er deep in the combinations of white lead and linseed oil. Soon from morn till night ho could he seen perched on his ladder mound the town renovating walls and making his marks. Skill and perse verance brought him employment, and he continued fo board at Wuck's! And even worse, for then ho uctually had the audacity to accompany Miss Helen Wuck then a 1 t ' ii 1 1 ( I f 11 1 and accomplished Miss in her teens, lo lectures ami public enter tainments. Careful 1111 1 hers expostulated with heir sons about associating with him, and if the import incut otf-pring a-ked for rei-on-. they were triumphantly overwhelmed with tho reply, "Ho boards :it Waek's!'' This w as a 1 lineher, and iliciialier no furlher questions weie il.keil. The rehellinu bruke out, and among the fir-t lo lake an active part iu the vvuik of raising recruits was this plucky, independent painter. A few mouths later I lit: telegraphic re ports of one of the bloodiestjhattles in the Soiilh contained especial mention of the gallantry of J.ien . , of the Artillery. Alieudv the young man had in a great measure, iu Ihe eye of patriotic Oberlin. atoned for the sin of boarding at Waek's by Ihe active part he had taken iu Ihe w:ir -and when at length ho revisited the town on a biief leave of aluence his society was somewhat courted by the literary and leading citizens. They thought ll.ey could discover something very manly about him, and began to wonder why they hud Hut observed it sooner. A t ear later ami the poor painter w n I 'aj lain of Artillery and iu command of J I uit Hell, i'i front of Petersburg. His; tiiuii'' was in everybody's tnotilh, anil j i! wa. considered so honor to gr.tp Ids' iiitir.lv l.ni.l. j Afrer peace (nine, the lirl official set i ot 1 'u-I -ti-l.tiu v. a- to return lnOlx-iliu j ..li-S lil-ike a hii.ii' of Miss Helen Waek j O'.'t iin 1 hen le 1 u nil rejoiced with him ! itiid b-i'le him "liutt sr-ec'!,'' a- he let! tor .V'-.i'.ni-i ' j After a tune he returned to Ohio anil ! -Im!c,u l.ngf msnuficliiring e-labli.h-1 lie (.I al iiidti-ky. iiuie two veai ; siiic. having amas-ed a Ib:i1oiu- lr- i !(ii e. (;; went to ArLa and fventu-. ;, liy lt .-. lire l'ii-iiient of and built the Aikai.sa. (Villi;.! II. II. To-day that' puoi h... -who left, alone his (iteen' M tiililaiii home, went lo Oiteriiu, s!ar1-d 1 a I aint-shop i'bout ever haiidliii;f I biusti brf'ie in bia life, fought h. way, to a t iij.tj. ncy, married Ihe prettied j gii! 111 Ohciiiit, 41 .! tna.lt! liia fortune, ia '. il.oi. !. W, Dot rev , C. . v fiom Ar-( knLi-a-! A ii jijlei beatt limn Steve Dor- ; stj'n l.en-r beat, and Im one who haa Li.t w ii him as a boy and man, wKl le- grudge l.ltn F,i good fortone. i slIMISM.V Ka.l.lVt H II V iii .ii who was a t-iiniliiueil ami hop... le-. ill auk ud, IseiHif aUiut logo outlo I Ik' fishing banks with a libcunii, pro josed. Isiortj they aUrteil, to lake think. No. said ihe II tlif 1 111 4 11 , don't In V er drink. Don't von diink anything? No; I limit drink anything. Why not? Hi-, au-e I am a C'n i.tiaii. What! said the mull, dora ( hii-tket p yon flout diiukiug? The tishci until, at liisl coutuaed by Ihe novelty ol the qoe-liou, heailaled a ims tneiit, then answered. Ye, Christ keep, mi' from li in king . The pour Inebriate was struck wiih the reply. He thought, There ia help thai I didn't lliuik id. He went home and into his room, and knelt dowu and said, O tird .Icsiis Cliil-I, keep uiu Iron) think ing. His appetite for liquor suddenly lull him. lie was delivered. omt.iv tt.iTt One ilocs feel soinetiines, if one writes, that there is nothing left III Ihe World to be original about; that pretty much I'Vfything has been said, sung, and de scribed. The cyclical lln ory is a dread ful night mare. And to think ot Living ston's finding in Ihe very heart of Afrlea just 1 tin sumo sort of a bird-trap that civilized American boys catch chippies with! (oven, u human being and every thing is Included. You get your origin al ideu down (o Its simplest statement, and there is nothing left but some pio veib, liiiniliar as household words. Ouu doesn't know whether to bit Haltered or annoyed; hill, if one docs strike otrouie thitig really original something that one maybe morally, it not slulisiicully, cer tain cannot bo found in tho ancients he is very sure to read il next day In the I'resideul's inaugural or (jicorgo Flliot's latest novel. These columns of elioloe extract from the best writers, new and old which are gelling to bo more ami more In vogue in journal are more harassing than any special class of reading to a person who Imagines that ho has a putenl on any one Idea, or group of ideas. Hut doubtless one should congratulate one's self that tho send of truth Is sure to struggle to the light through every soil ; that deep drainage tines not necessarily help, nor do super phosphates hinder It. This is the view 1 myself 11m inclined lo take. If Shuktt sperc happens to say the same thing thai I do, let mc not be Ignobly jealous. Hairi er, let tho raco receive my congratula tion. iivvio i on ;r that is;hm A Yankee walking the street of I.011 don, looked through a window upon a group of men writing very rapidly ; ami one of them said in an insulting manner, Do you want to buy some gape seed? Passing on a short distance, ho met a man and asked him what the business of the men was In tho office he had Just passed. Ho was (old that they wrote letters dictated by others, and transcrib ed all sort of documents; in short they were writers. Tho Yankee returned to the office, and inquired if one of the men would write a letter for him, and was answered iu tho affirmative. He asked tho price am! was told one dollar. After considerable talk (ho bargain was made; one of tho conditions of which was (hat tho scribe should write just what the Yankee- told him to, or he should receive no pay. The scribe told tho Yankee that he wus ready lo begin; am tho latter said: Dear luiirm, and then asked, Have you got thai deouu? Y'es, was tho reply, go on. I went lo lake a ride t'other day ; have yon got that dentin? Yes, go on, go on. And I harnessed the old mure iulo Ihe vvagen; have you got that down? Yes, yes ; go on. Why how fast you write! And I got into the wagon, and sot dooiin, and drew np tho reins, and took the whip in my tight hand; have you got that down? Yes ; long ago ; go 011. Dear me, how fast you wiite! I never saw your equal. And I said to Ihe old mure, Co 'long, and jerked tho rein pret ty hiird- Have you got all that tleoun? Yes; and 1 um impatiently wailing for mote. 1 wish you wouldn't bother ine wiih your foolish questions. Co on with your letler. Well, the old mure wouldn't stir out of her tracks; and I hollered to her,f io'long you old jade! go 'long? Have you got that deouu? Ye, indeed, you pe-tt-rsoini! fellow; go Oil. And I In ked her, and i licked her, and I licked her, ami he continued lo repent these words as ntpidly as he could speak ttii in, uulil he was .lopped by Ihe wnbc, u 1... liild him he had already vviiilt-n two page, of 'liet.fi her,' and he wanted the If. I of lies letter. Well, rm.l Ihe Yuliti-f, and she kii Lt-il ami she kicked, nnd siit fitked; and br coiilinued to repent lhee woid II tit il bf w as again stopped by lie: ari ilse, who told him that he hail alre-idv f got M-ver al pager of 'she kicked' and told him lo plot-it-. 1 with his letler. The Yaul.ee liit'ii employ t d hi tongue in making the Itoi.p by which hot sen ate Utged lo Ini f s and ronliliuetl his rapl I rrt:'i(ioil for some lime, win 11, arcing the sti lire throw anitle hi. pen, be aaid, wrilu it deouu. utile It deouu. The scribe ifpiietl, I tu'l. Well, then, sai l the Yaukcf, I won't pay 5011 . Theacfib gathering tip hi pl, said, What thttll I iJ j with all Ihia ,-r on which I have writtttu your uonaeuaci 'lire Yankee replied, You may il in doing up your gs a-d, and bid th senna and eotiipanroiia good morning.