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Seethe snowflakes frilling, falling!
Hear the little snowbirds calllug!
Little follows dressed In brown
Hopping (tayly up and down.
What care they for stormy weather,
Wind and snowdrift altogtherl
Breakfast must be found, you know,
Somewhere In the glittering snow.
Dainty crumb so nice and sweet
Are just what snowbird Hk to eat,
When the wind too keenly blown, ,
How they warm their little toed
Underneath their own soft breast,
On the fiiices where they rent!
Hut not long they take their ease,
No such la.y birds are these!
fci-arehliig over th-ifrozcn ground
For every crumb that tn.iy be found
Chirping guyly to each other,
Aunt, or cousin, sister, brother,
Sharing each wbitte'er they find.
Little friends ho true and kind
See tlieni turn their eyes this way,
Twittering fast as if to say,
"Little children, please to throw
To us an extra crumb or so;
l.r tha times are hard, and we're in
With many a hungry child to Teed;
So, In your plenty, please remember
The little beggars of the wiiitei,
Who do not heed theookl and enow,
Or Irosty winds that bite and blow,
If they cm find, ere d.iy Is o'er,
A fennt ol crumbs about your door.
Children here's a hint for you;
'e.. ..n til tiinlx be kind atid true.
And, w hen you hitvea crumb to spare.
lVtty, give tne wee orown uiru uMirtr
I have just half a-doien clocks,
With faces round und bright.
Ami every day it puzzles Uie
To know which one Is right.
The cuckoo coos it nine o'clock,
Another says half ast;
1 know not which Is right or wrong,
Or which U slow or fast.
M ' " "n" I, " " "
All hour III beil to dwell,
The cook looks at the kitchen clock,
And rings the breakfast bell.
The study clock at half-past twelve
Sends me to bed ehite.
And in a fleeting hour or two
Another clock strikes eight.
I?y that which says I've maple time
1 iiiUh the train and swear;
The one that makes me jump and run
Proves I have tune to spare.
I sometimes rise and dress In haste,
Heeause it's striking ten,
When, (hiding it's but seven, I
Uo back to bed again.
The clock by which I'm never fooled
Is standing in the hall.
O. hundred-dollar Gallic clock
That never goes at all.
I'd rather see you stuiiding there
Heoide the oaken door,
Telling ma all the blessed time
"Tis twenty-live of four.
O. clockB, you're never uniform,
And always seem to mo
Perplexing mora than doctors, when
The doctors disagree.
. -. ,l'uck
ELSIE S LOVEB.
"I suppose it isn't riglt lo say
soch a thing," said wiusomo Elsie,
with a plaintive eigb. to ber friend
and confidant, old Nurse Oaraea ;
but I often wish I'd never beeu
burn. Nobody knows what to do
with me, and I certainly don't know
what to do with myself."
"Dear, dear I" said Mrs. Barnes,
"what are they going to do with
"I don't know," said Elsie sadly.
Uncle Joseph wants mo to go and
woik in the faotory. lie thinks I
might earn twelve shillings a week,
aft; r I bad a few weeks' practice."
"It's not bard work," said Mrs
Karnes. "You'll soon get mod to
it, nay dear. One can get used to
"And A not Betsey wants to sond
me np to the Manor House to help
Mi a. Perkins, the housekeeper,'"
went on Elsie. ' "I was there a week
in tbe spring. Oh," with a long
briath, "it is tbe prettiest placet
One room all fall of books, don't
joo know, and a ball where tbey
bang ootbing but pio tores. I nsed
to creep all over tbe place, when
the squire was gone oat on borse
back, and Mra Perkins waa taking
ber after-dinner nap I need. Jo sil
down in tbe ailk chairs, and fan y
self with Vz t'j tientea fans, and
, txuke bV"m I a jrf believe,
'bit it was only milking believe, nf
er all, and nobody kuew. Hut I saw
Tr. TUveO twice, and be talked t
no just as kiud oh 1 a deal kindri
hnl Uncle Joseph does. And In
old mo tlio names of somo of I In
arost fl iwers, and offjred to lent
uo books oat of tbo grand library
tut Mrs. Poikins told Aunt lljtsex
hat 1 nru too i Ho au 1 awkward f
errico. now l uon l unow
vliotlirr I am to be hound to Mix.
Miggs, tbe dressmaker, or sent t
earu tbo arlilicial flwer trade "
"1's most a pity, aiu't it !"
aid Mrs ltjrues, lookini? sympa-
liiziogly at 1'ilsie. A id jist then.
is she Burv?yed tho large dark eyts
tbo chciks glowing ecmlut unJ'.-i
beir stain ef gypy sunburn, tin
it lie, graceful figure in its outgrowi
n'oo, tlie ftney suddenly crossed
bar mind that, under some citcun-.-.tances,
Kisia Linn might be aluio6l
"You see, 1 bavo no one really be
lougiug to mo,'' said Elsio, sighing.
l')vcu Uuclo Joseph wad. only iu
tnotber's ball-brother. And the)
dou't know what to do with me,"
"What would you like best to do! '
iuid Mrs Ilaiues, who was pHiin-j
potatoos for tbo one o'ch ck dmnei,
"1 should I ke to bo hii millions,
m l write bouks," said KUie, nitl
"UIobs me, child !" paid Mrs.
Humes, "what do you know abonl
"Nothing," coi f.-RBod Elsie i
"that's tbe trouble. Or 1 should
like to ptsiiit pictures, ai.d to he
fumous ; or bo q'icou of u countl N
tbat was At war, and load tho eo!Jiei
t victory, juounted on a coal-black
borse or do somcthiug veiy gresl
.iud grand, bo that people might
uuver forget my memory."
Mrs Duties first stalled and
eu guw., ptmr 9l)nt jueie wu
perhaps a time wben slio,
tier wild dreauis and impossible iui
"Snob thiogs d )u't huppoti nowa
lays, lilsio," suid she. "Woinun
iavo to scrub, and waib and sow in
hiscouotry, not rido to bittla or
mint gr ft nd pictures. Ihdtcr lcavi
IT thinking of such a fate "
"Yes," cried Elsio, with a etin t.
s the clock struck twelve, "And
Vunt Betsey will bo wanting me to
'et the (able 1 must hurry home
How she a ill scold to bo sifi e,"
"Dat to Elsie's iiifiuito ie'if
when she reiiched borne, Aui.l Ii-t-sey
met ber with no frown.
''Como iu quick, child," sai 1 she,
"and change yoar frock. Mr. Ha
ven is here."
"Ob' cried Elsie, with a Bkip
over tbe door-step, ''um I to be
Mrs. Pcrkiu's m iidf"
'Wo don't kuow," said Aunt
Meteey mysteriously, "Time will
show. Dou't jump about, my child
Try to take short tdeps, And be a
ludy. And,' ob, what c dreadful
tear that is in your dress. Nevtr
mind now. linn quick and. change
it as soon as ever you can, and then
come dowa to the best parlor."
Hut long before EUio Linn's sim
ple toilet was made, an awful fear
took possession of ber tbat Squire
Uuven bad como to tell Uncle Jo
seph of tbe big bunch of bol-house
grapes wbicb she picked, ub row
lust spring and gave to littlo JJilly
Sniffon, iu tbe road, tbo. last day she
was at tbe Manor House.
"There were, sucb lots of tbem,'1
she argaed with bereelf, ' banging
there in the sunshine, all purple aud
fragrant, and Dilly bad just got o.ver
tbe scarlet fever poor little mite 1
and did long for tbem so. I knew
it was wicked, but tbo temptatiou
oame over me so suddenly that 1
oouldu't help it. And now if Mr.
Raven has told Uncle Joseph, and
Uncle Joseph is going to scold me "
Klsie drew . a deep inspiration of
horror at this idea, but she mnst
face ber fate, ' and endure it as best
she might. And in her best frock
wbicb was scant and faded enough
ia all conscience, she descended witb
bcavy heart to tbe best room."
"Bring ber in I Bring ber iu 1"
said Uncle Joseph witb a chuckle.
"I never yet sold eveo a yoarling
ealf without giving tbe purcbaser a
chanoa to look at bis bargain bs,
ba, bo ! Aod if you really want tbe
child. Bqoire x ''..'' '
Mr. haven rose courteously and
pot cKir for FUia ti f ' - itered,
' I tin- -. 1 1 . c t I I- gi-blle, in MS
nrcd accents', the prickings of Elsie
Finn's conscience became intolerable.
;bo litted her hirge statlled eyes ti
Mr. Haven's face.
"I'm very sorry, sir," suid h
"Please, 1 11 never do it any more.'
"Do wbal 1" said Uncle Joseph,
"1 am quite at a loss to nndci
s and you,'' said Mr. Raven courte
ihe grnpes, please,'' faltered
Elsio, gctliug redder and more cou
Itincd tliau over "1 ilidu't pick 'en,
fjr myself ; it was for little Bill
Suiffen, aud "
"Never mind the grapi-s, Eisie,'
s.iid Mr, Itivcn. "Let mo see how
Id are you V
nvtuUou, sir," suid Elsie iu a
' Ai d 1 am P( vin-uiid-thii ty ! '
said Mr Rnveu (-lowly. "Lu I seem
liken very old inau iu your ejes,
She shook lur bead, and then, ems
boldcued by the fact that Uucle Jo
seph bad diss ppt-ai fed, aud Aunt
Uetsey was diitwiug wuler ut the
well, she added :
"Wheu 1 utile my novel, I shall
luuku the heio just like y mi. 1 i'ti'i
cull him Raven, lost people bbou'.d f' bida a muu to cry or wear bis
tiud out ; but Raveuburn, or BcUk""-'f bissh'ovo for tbe d-.iws to
raven, or et.me such name. You
wuu't mind, will you f '
Mr. liuvtn bmilcd a stiaugc, seii
"EUie,'' said he, would you lik
to come and live ut tbo Manor
Elsie's dusk faco brigblcued.
'Ob. so much " she cried. "But
Mrs. Peikitis don t want mo ; slie
suys I'm too Highly and too young."
"Kli-io, jou misunderstood me,"
said Mr. Raven, with another smile.
"I don't mean as Mis I'eikiu's as
xistunt I mean as my wife,
tk cUU l,,n t. i(jHOll llooded Klsie's
face, neck 0,1 tLroat. All of a Mid
den the scuiw. ......... ,j ,u r.;i from
her eyes ; (ho v.orld htood before
tier iu its true culoid Slo was n
maiden out of Ihe pages of romance.
Robert Riven was hir lover. He
took htr I and tenderly iu bis,
' Elsie," he said, 'conl 1 you tenth
yoursilf to lovo mo ? For I love
you with all my beuit.M
And she cried. "Ob, yes 1 ()!,
)'es 'and laid l.or llusbcd face ncrot-s
on his shoulder, and wept and smil
ed in turns.
fc-be hud entered tho room a child ;
sbo went out a woman, leaning on
her lover's arm. Even Uncle Joseph
noticed Ihe chaii'e,and Aunt Betsey
vaguely wondered wbut bad como to
So Klsie's problem was solved
She went lo be lady at tbo Manor
House, to gladden tbe heart of this
modem King Copbetua who had ful
leu in love with tbe nineteenth cen
lury Weggar Maid. And us her dark
beauty bloomed out into peifcot lov-
liness, people wondored that tbey
had beeu so blind.
But Mr. Raven said quietly :
"I kuew it all along, Wheu first
I siw ber picking daisies in tbe park
I knew that fdio wan the most beau
tif nl crcaturiu all tbo country. I
fell in Joy' .itb ber then, and I have
been L love witb ber ever since "
But to Elsie the whole thing
seems like a dream oat of tbe Ara
Let none but rich landowners
bnut game. Tbat is tho substauce
of tbe bill introduced in tbe Legis
tare at Albeny by Mr. Huntting of
Suffolk It forbids tbe killing of
dear, pheasants, parti idgos, or bares
during tbe nest five years,' except
by persons or associations owning
game preserves aud exoept npou
those preserves." Inasmuch as all
tbo happy hunting grounds are rap
idly getting converted into pre
serves, it would seem that this bill
asks for too much. Certainly tbe
wanton and. wholesale destruction
of game should be cbeckod, but no
law should be made to give a mo
nopoly in sport to any set of men.
7ame laws should be prodaced very
sparingly io a free State. ' Tbey
naturally belong to' deepotio, forms
of government, and are made by
aristocrats and for arisrocrata. JV.
A Bible aod a news
bc-f, a pood j
IN TUB LACK VALLEY.
Tha doctor lia just H?1 him am'
ie has gone Into the little pnilm
Hid closed the door. All the rooti
enggestive of ber who' lies dyini
i the chamber abov n. 41 er brd i
inging in its cage at Ihe window
;ieirily as if sorrow were unkuowi
n tbo woild Tlio rooia ia floode
- i t li tho watm sunlight, till of 2if
ud radiance, little iu consonance
with the desolation ol tbe tnitn
landing tliero alono, Iler birds,
ier books, lior lounging cbnir, tin
uucli nnd design thut mike a home,
ire bets. Iler living preside
-eems to animate lb comiuoL
things, nnd nnikes ihetn gracious
aud loving like herself, 1 And it is
only a brief twclve-nionlo she stood
(hero a bride, and hatred to ber
iinslmnd's proud welcome to then
home. Now she litsyonder dying,
And be, bow can he boar it
How do men b'uir iu their undis
ciplined character tbo mighty shock
of such a gtief us this V Oh if he
could lean his bead on hip luothei's
hhoulder and sob out his sorrow, us
he nxod to do wben n boy. But be
I, Hows of that unwiilton' hiw which
peck at. He must moet it alone,
"Know how siihlime a thing it Is
To sutler and be strong.'.1
And all the while tbe scalding
drops of anguish are forcing them,
selves to his eyes, scaring them as
with a red-hot iron, wbilo be stands
there trying to look io the faco this
awful iutrnder, who lids come uu
m.hiddcu guest into his bouse.
"She wants you i she bus sent for
yon,'' po.ih ono of tbo j household,
subbing bitterly ; aud b.r goes, wilb
va'Mio. mechuuicul steps, np tbe
stuns to their loom aud iuto ber
presence. ' i
"Have they lold yo ' Do you
know " she asks iu a whisper ;
"Oh, love, we ore g"iug lo be tep
uruled. (jod is taking me from
"Ho cannot bn so cruel," he says
bluntly and unreconciled, und he
takes her into his arms as if to defy
death to part them. Tbe hours
wear on, tbo cluck licks iu tbo death
lie does not heed it ; bis eyes are
ftstonod upon Ibat beloved face,
changing from its bloom, and beauty
iuto the asbeu pallor which tba shad
ows of the nnforseeo cast. Piesetit
ly tho opens ber troubled eyes and
Cues tbem upnu his haggard face
"Road to me, dear," she whispers
faintly. Ho knows what ebe wishes
bkn to read. That ia one cf tbe
beautiful intuitive qualities which
made of their lives a perfect har
monious sphere a congenial uniou,
rich iu love and mutual faith, and to
which tbero can he no finality of
death or limitation. So he brings
her liiblo aud turns tbe leaves iu
search of some text of comfort, such
as they have often read together,
But wbicb ouo T Tbero are so
many, nnd all are good, lie is not
compolled to decide. Tbe blessed
Book opeus to tbo most precious
one of all, tbat has comforted so
many homesick hearts, the sweetest
of tbe heavenly madrigals :
"The Lord is my shepherd,
I shall not want,"
She repeated it after him.
At intervals ebe broke forth into
snatohes of speecb ;
"Though I walk through tho valley
Of the shadows of death,
1 will fear no evil."
"It is dork in tbe valley dark
dark," be heard ber murmur.
"Ob, love, there shall bo uo night
there,'' he answers brokenly, fueling
bow poor a comforter be is.
He bold ber band -and she sloeps,
and dreams such dreams as tbe dy
ing have, aud deatb goes on relent
lessly witb bis work. Iler bird
breaks out into a joyful strain of
musio iu its cage below sounds of
life come into tbe darkened cbambor;
watching friends are near soou she
opens ber eyes aud tbere is a bright,
glad smile in tbem.
"It ia light beyond,' the says aod
He does not notice bow cold ber
ii'Waa.t'I0wn t bov ill L'lfl room
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SB I a 1 1 I
- 1 .Jw
bus lilesscd bis mm. hood Willi tho
crown cf completeness t The com
panionslnp th i mil l" h.-nveu niid
ho ne syronymo is terms' Are these
When he see lier sgaln alio
wenting her wedding dren. Her
a fi pttty htiir in arrange! a aLe
liked it best. Iler ryes sre ch eed
aud her Iii4 unresponsivo lo bis
And ver her bosom they cross d
her hands ' Come a ay," they suid,
"God understands.'' 3tra L. J.
lltyi't in Ihtroil. 1'tte Ve.i..
WANTED A IIV0P.C3.
"(:ood motnitig, Maise Willintn '
suid (Irecu Colt man, an elderly col
ored individual, as ho entered (he
Chancery Clerk's t fl'i'.'o in a certain
town in Central Mississippi.
"Good moriling, Urdu Green
What can I do for you this morning ,
responded the clerk
"I jes' dropped iu Marso William
(onx yer wot yer ax fer cr duforio
menf." "A what. Uucle Green."
"lir deforcement, Maro William
one cr drm a ors wid a big yellt r
plaster on Ier it, same like Josh llil
bro got when tier Judge imliitclird
him an' his olo 'ooman last court."
"Ob I yon mean a divoico '
"Yas, dat a what I want.''
"Well, jou 11 have to tilo your hill
of complaint, and wbeu court meets
in January it will come up for hear
ing, ond if your grounds f r a di
voico aio good and supported by
evideucu tho court. I have uo doubt,
will grant your player
"Murse William, I dono 'turn thil
tile back long sence, and tint ibiio
matiz complaint aiu't 'fected me
sence I bin itibbin' wid dem yt'ibs.
And 'bout dem grouns, Maine Will
iam, youVe knotted me 'long iu reb.
times and eber sence freedom come,
and you know dis nigger got no
grotii)'; uot n n(V to buiv l."se'f in.'1
' Undo (iiueu. Hid bet tiling for j
you to do i-t lo eriplov a lawyer
He w .1! tell v Hi vWiut to d ). '
"lie Wi.i '
"Well, Marso William, I fees
you'ie mitey biiy di.it jes tell me.
w li.it art) d it goin' lor con' ino ?''
"Let me sec ; one of tbesti young
laycrs will lake tho cao f r ir'10.
and the court cot will amount In
another 10 $-'., ut the outside, is
ubout nil it w ill cost you ''
'Twenty-tivo dollars, Marso Will
iam 1 Dat's pnw'ful heap er moi.ey
to bo spending ou a 'ootnan I ain't
seed iu mor n tweuty years."
"Whut do you wont with adi
vorco from your wife whom you
hav- c't 6oou for moro than twenty
"I ji's' want it fer tcr pacify der
'o om a ii I'se got fer er wife now.
You see, dor 'ooman I wus married
ti-r oil ole mussa'a plautaliou iu
slave times, sbo ruii'd otf timo Slier
man's ruid, and dou I tnk up wid
dis 'ooman I got now, and sbi-'s
feeied my f tit wifo might
back uud level on mo us her
Oh ! Undo Green, that's nil set
tled it's barred by tbe statute of
limitations. Juitgobomo and (til
your wife not to botber bereelf
that it's all right."
"Won't you gib mo writio' to
that conclusion Sumfiii' wot don'l
coss' mur'n er dollar, and put one
er dem yaller plasters ou it."
S'fing thut nothing else would
sating tbe old muu tbo cleilc gao
bim a certificate und btuck a gold
seul on il, aud refused to accept his
dollar wbicb bo lold bim to invest iu
a calico dress for the old womau.
As tbe old man left tbe office be
luised hid hat aud suid s "Thank
you, Marse William ( and tf yer
eher git iu such or pestermeut wid
er 'ooman, an its in my possession
to justify yer, I'll 'turn der com-
Did you ever benefit yourself by
losing your temper
It requires an abler man to take
advice than to give it.
Keep clear of a man who does not
value bis own character.
Happy ia tbe man who T us neigh
bors wiI!-"" rllst,rs. lilts,,.
U tbalr oalaaa s4 is u-lr I
aailoaa-' - . i
- . atl' S
as lib snsim '
Mollio lad a little ram, fleece as1
. . . . . . i
hluck a a rubher shoe, and etcry-
ulieiv in. t Molhe went he emigiat
Ho went wilb her to churcli one
d v i In- folks l ilntioiis gre to ste
him wu!k tleuiuitly into l'oaoon Allen'-1
Tho worthy deacon quick' v let his
angry passions ti-n, and gave it an
iii;eliii-lin Lick httwicu tlio ssd,
This landed nnmiy in thn aile,
the deacon followed fust, nnd inisid
his foot again 'dm ! that fust kick
was his Itst.
For Mr Sln-f-p wi'ked slowly back,
about a i"d 'tis said ; tie Hie lea-
con coiil 1 letieat, il sto.'d hiiu on
' li H head.
The congregation thou arose ami
went for that Vie sheep, but severul
ell directed baits, j t piled them
! " u heap.
Then riihhed (liev strinhtwav fi r
tho door, with enrses long ut d loud,
nhile rnmniy stinck tho hindmost
. . i . i . .. i ii.
u a i, anil snoi mm uirougu iue
The mini -Ier had often beard tl at
kindness would subdue tbe fnicebt
beast ''Aha " he says, "1 11 try thai
game on yon. '
And so he kindly, gently called :
"Come, lummy, lamioy. ram; to see
the folks abuse you so, I gtieved and
With kind and gentle words be
came from that (sil pulpit dowii.say-
Mug rummy, luunuv. mm , ".
tammy, rammy, rummy, mm uem
sbet py iu the town."
Tho ram looked meek nnd on he
came, with "lummy, rummy, ram j
ram. rammy, rammy, rum ; tho nice
The ram quite drooped its bumble
air and lose from o'l his feet, nnd
when the pm ho n
lit he lav In hllld
i he l..;..!:iii t niiiit. 'I
Ah l.e ftliut out the open ilii'T, nnd j
closed it witb a slam, he ti iu I u
California town ; I think 'Uus 'Vubu
Moiur. Kindness to the natural
ly ii.-ions is I'flcu ated.
: r"T4T S.ST ATJTlICr.3 TIIIIT2
Woman is I be crown of creation.
Ho that lakes u wife takes cure.
Women (cich in repose, civility
and dignity, Yolt tin:,
All that I nm my motber made
mo. .. V Allium.
I wixb tbut Adam bud died witb
all his ribs in bia body Hwivimlt.
Wmueu forced out nf their natmul
character btcome fuiies. WiUiun
No man can either live piously or
die lijhtoous without a wife Jiic
All (ho reasonings of men aro not
woi lb tne Bcntimenl i f woman.
Lt iiriied women are ridiculed be
cause they put to shuuo uulo lined
meu. dcorii'. S'tnil.
A womau, tho moro curious sbo 'a
about Ier face, is commonly tho
more careless ubout ber bouse lien
For where is tbero any author in
I bo woild I hut cutcbes such beauty
as a woman's eos 1Stateijirtre.
It is easier for u woman to defend
her virtue ugaiust men thitu ber
reputatiou uguinst women lldche
Irunnen. Then gently sniiu thy brother man,
Still gender bioter woman!
Though both may gang a kennU
To step uside is human. Burns.
THE VAlTDEIiEILT TOLL.
Never before was sucb a lust tes
tament known of mortal man. Kings
have died with full treasuries, em
perors have fled their reltns witb
bursting coffers, great financiers
have played wilb millions, bankers
have reaped and sowed and reaped
again, great bouses witb vast acres
have grown. and fawn and still ex-
a ,-w," 'r
viivuiaw icuiaa. ihu. .atirwit aij
. . 1 1 wl'l atnd T0 SUTTLKS f
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