joint o pax*.
’T?* * cnvi« up In;t —• ».*sr was known—
Bat often iu human nature shown,
a vlifc* n .-astlc and cottng.—
I'll it pride like pig* »*f a certain brood.
Will manage to live and thrive on food
A* poor ah a pauper’s pottage !
Os all the notable things on earth.
The queerest thing is the pride of birth
Among onr “fierce Democracy l”
A bridge across a hundred years,
Without a prop to save it from sneers—
Not even a couple of rotten piers—
A thing of laughter. ftingH and jeers—
b American Aristocracy.
Depend upon it, my snobbish friend,
Yoor family thread you cannot ascend,
Without good reason to apprehend
Yon may find it waxed at the other end
By some plebhin vocation;
Or,, worse than that, your boasted line
* May end in h loop of stronger twine.
That plagued tome worthy relation.
Because you flourish in worldly affairs,
!*»»»•♦ i*. haughty and pnt on airs,
With insolent pride of station,
Don’t he proud and turn up your nose
At jioorer people in plainer clothes;
Bat learn for the sake of the mind's repose,
That all proud flesh—wherer it goes—
b subject to irritation.
Fo»d for Smiles.
was Noah never hungry 1 Because
Be had Ham with him.
J>iggery aaya he respects old age, except
when some oue cheats him with a pair o
A friend. Why are yonng ladies' brains
like a speckled trout? Because they love to
sport under a water-fall.
Ail old lady hearing of a pedestrian's
••great feat” wondered why they didn’t in
terfere with his last walking.
A negro after gassing at the Chinese, ex
claimed, “If de white folks is as dark as dat
out dar, I wonder what’s de color ob de
Why shonld a chimney-sweeper be a
good whist player? Because he is always
The Pacific Railroad Company advertise
for sleepers. They should apply to some of
the popular churches.
Mrs. Muffles says it is “dredful” hard to
hme a husband. She never got used to it
until she lost her fonrth.
••Tnis is capita? ale!” sad an old toper;
‘are hew long it keep its head.” “Ay,\
• ti<.(a bystander; ‘but consid r 1 ow soon it
akes away yours!”
Much libellous matter has been written on
tombstones about wives. Witness this
from Selby, m Yorkshire: —
Here lies my wife, a sod and slattern Bhrew;
If I said I ugretted her, I should lie too.
An Irish girl told her forbidin lover that
•be longing to possess his portrait and
intended to obtain it. Bn! Ik w if yonr
fnends see it!* “Ah. but I'll tell the artist
not to make it like you, so thy won't know it.*
A moon-atrsck poet got - ff the following;
iliapandy skating:: “0? the girls, the
tieantiftil girt, with tire liquid eyes and the
golden curls, skating along o’er the crowd
ed rinks, as sweet as a pea, as cute as a
A gellman, giving a lecture to some
was explaining how no one could live with
nut air. He then said - “You have all heard
nf a man drowning how does that happen 7 *
The ready answer was, “'Onus she can’i
A ntrager in Boston, desring to be shown
the wa> to the South Boston, accosted an
irishman,, who at once replid,. “Take Harri
son Avenew along wid ye, mind that ! turn
Sontli Boston bridge over, do ye mind that j
j«*re just there, now !’ r
Two rival* belhss met ast a hop. ‘‘How
well yon look under candlelight ! ’ exclaim
•done, wilh a atresson the candles. “And
hew charming you are iu the dark P an-
Bwe red the other.
The following is from a local paper: “per
tons wishing to see the editors will gener
ally find them at printing-office. In their
absence, however, invtanions- to dine, and
•hailengw to fight, should be left either with
tßwpah!isher r in oof t»Me- drwaer."
ITncte- *Tdare say when T talte you home
again,. Gharlie, your mamma will- have a
nice present foryon. What would you like
•beat, my boy—a little brother or a little sis
ter?“ Charlie (after some consideration)
••Well, it it makes no diflernce to ma, I’d
at her have a little pony.”
A letter bearingtbe followingsnperscrip
ion- was recently received-at the Silver City
poat office, from lowa.* ;
“Augustus Jones, a Webfoot 6crnb,
To whom this letter wauls to go,-
Is chopping cord wood for bis grub,-
in Silver City, Idaho.’’
“Sammy, Sammy,- my son, don’t stand
there scratching yonr head; stir your stumps
or you will make no progress in life.”
••Why father, reblied the yonng Hopeful.
•*l‘rw often heard you say that the only way
to get along in this world was to scratch
A ob>ck having jnsl struck the hour of
ono, a tender-hearted women exclaimed: ‘ 0
what a cruel clock!” “why so f’ asked a
friend. “Because it struck its little one!’
answered the tender hearted mother.
A newspaper ill Cleveland having adve
tised that they wonln smut a copy of their
paper gratis for one year to theiperson sem •
ir.g them a ‘ club of ten,” received the ten
spot of clubs from a young lady in the coun**
A Paris prper gives a conversation be
tween a father and his little daughter.*
“What have yon done with your doll?*
“I have put it away to keep for my chil
dren when I grow up.
“But if you shouldn't have any?”
“All 1 well! then it will do for my grand
A youngster, on being admonished by
Lis mother not to take all the hash from the
dish, becaus he should leave some for man
ners, replied, overlooking around the table,
“Well, 1 never saw any Manners here to
eat hash. Manners never comes to our
Pan Bryant, the” minstrel,” tells of the
most complex family ever known, something
in this wise: ”1 married a young widow,
who lived with her stepdaughter: my
father shortly after married the step
daughter. My wife was therefore the
mother-in-law and the daughter-in-law of
my father. I am the step-father of my
mother-in-law, and my wife’s step-daughter
is my step-mother. Well, my step-mother
—that is to say, my father’s wife, and my
wife’s daughter—bad a sou. He is roy step
brother, of course, but being the son of
my wife’s step-daughter, my wife is, of
course, his grandmother, and I am his
grandfather as well as his step-brother.
My wife also had a boy. My step-rootber
js consequently step-sister of my boy aud
also hi» grandmother, because be is
child of her stepson, and my father is the*
brother in law of my son, who is the son of
my stepmother lam my mother’s brother
in law, my wife is the aunt of her own son,
my son is the grandson of my father, and
I am my own grandfather^
A recipe for cooking beans, which
have not tried, but would infer, taking into
consideration the law of possibilities, was
worthy of a trial Buy a bean, bathe it well
putin twelve quarts of stenched river wa
ter (if you haven’t got a river, better buy
one, as they are handy to have), bile it six
hours by an avoirdupoise clock take it out
and wipe it thoroughly dry with a soft
towel—an old shirt won’t answer—lay it
on its north cast side, about two degrees
sow westerly; bore n hole i» eaeh end,
abstract the” innards” very quietly, with
out mussing very much; then stuff oue end
with soft biled rice, and the other end with
rice biled soft; the end that pints toward
the north should, in all instances, except in
cases of extreme hemorrhage, be stuffed
first; then take the south side of the shell
off gently; then the east carefully, so the
eastern people won’t know it, then sweeten
with salt, audit will taste so much like rice
you’d never dream it was a bean.
A Washington dispatch says Genorel
Grant has prepared his resignation as Gen
eral oi the Army, and will tender it fc»
President week, cm the day
after the e-lecioral vote for President is
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