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A notoriously mean man having offended “Smart boy ; here's a dime for you. down-east Yankee, was addi by the lat “Thank ye, sir; it's the way I get my living." ter in a long tirade which concluded in the fol " How?" lowing caustic terms: “Your little soul would " Why, tellin' big yarns to green 'uns like you, have as much play in a mustard por as a pick-at a dime a pop. crel in Lake Erie, and would rattle like a kernel A REMEDY AGAINST CURTAIN LECTURES.-A few of corn in a barn."

nights ago, Black, who had been out, on going A SHARPER.-"Sonny, where is your father ?" home late, borrowed an umbrella ; and when " Father's dead, sir.”

his wife's tongue was loosened, he sat up in bed “Have you any mother ?”

and suddenly spread out the parachute " What “Yes, I had one, but she's got married to John are you going to do with that thing?" said she. Danklin, and don't be my mother any more, “Why, my dear, I expected a very heavy storm 'cause she says she's got enough to do to 'tend to-night, and so I came prepared.” In less than to his own young 'uns."

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Ag. cola, was a boy, he on a farm in Berkshire county, the owne; which was troubled by his dog Wolf. The

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you hobble, my hoy; what's the matter with was conscientiously opposed to capital punu

on you ?” ment, and he could devise no means to preven

* Oh, I had my foot crushed, through the care“I can break him of it,” said Agricola, "iftlessness of the conductor, the other day, bewill give me leave."

s tween the cars--that's all."

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the story in his

“Damages ? no, no - I have had damages THE TROTTER OUT-TROTTED.

enough from them already; hadn't I better sue

-“Do you keep for repairs ?” matches?” asked a young wag, of a retailer. “Oh, yes, all kinds," was the reply.

Be An old hunter has discovered that wash“Well, then, I'll take a trotting match.”. ing the face and hands with lemon juice keeps The retailer immediately handed him a box of off the musquitoes.

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MINISTERIAL PUNNING.-At a meeting of clergy. ** Smart boy ; here's a dime for you. men, not long since, a Reverend gentleman by Thank yo, sir; it's the way I get my living." the name of Loss, of dimensions somewhat ex " How?" tended, both laterally and altitudinally, present " Why, tellin' big yarns to green 'uns like you, ed himself. Says one of the brethren to him, It a dime a pop." " When you left your people you were a great Loss." “Yes," said another, but when he dies

A REMEDY AGAINST CURTAIN LECTURES.-A few he will be no Losy.” “Yes," says a third," he bights ago, Black, who had been out, on going will be a dead Loss."

home late, borrowed an umbrella; and whi

So win the “Never go to bed," said a father to his Do Somebody advertises for agents to sell a son, "without knowing something you did not work entitled, “ Hymeneal Instructor."

A conknow in the morning.” “Yes, sir," replied the temporary adds, “the best hymeneal instructor youth, “I went to bed slewed last night-didn't we know of is a young widow. What she dou't dream of such a thing in the morning."

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MORAL SUASION on a RAM.-When a friend of, with this old fellow, and the consequence was, ours, whom we call Agricola, was a boy, he lived that the dog never looked a sheep in the face on a farm in Berkshire county, the owner of again. The ram broke every bone in his body, which was troubled by his dog Wolf. The cur literally. Wonderfully uplifted was the ram killed his sheep, knowing, perhaps, that his master aforesaid, by his exploit; his insolence became was conscientiously opposed to capital punish- intolerable; he was sure to pitch into whomsoever ment, and he could devise no means to prevent it. went nigh him. I'll fix him,' said I, and so I

"I can break him of it,” said Agricola, “if you did. I rigged an iron crow-bar out of a hole in will give me leave."

the barn, point foremost, and hung an old hat on "Thou art permitted," said the honest farmer; the end of it. You can't always tell, when you and we will let Agricola tell the story in his own see a hat, whether there is a head in it or not; words.

how, then, should a ram? Aries made at it full “There was a ram on the farm," said Agricola, butt, and being a good marksman from long prac“as notorious for butting as Wolf was for sheep tice, the bar broke in between his horns, and killing, and who stood in as much need of moral came out under his tail. This little admonitior suasion as the dog. I shut Wolf up in the barnl effectually cured him of butting.”

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The gentlest task-master we ever knew "I am unable,” yonder beggar cries, of is a blacksmith, who says every evening to “ To stand or go.” If he says true, he lies. his apprentices, “Come, boys, let us leave off work and go to sawing wood." That blacksmith

If you don't want to fall in love with a must be a brother of a farmer down east, who girl, don't commence flirting with her. This one season, when he was building a house, uscd courting for fun is like boxing for fun; you put to try to get his hired men out to play dig cellar on your gloves in perfect good humor, with the by moonlight.

most friendly intention of exchanging a few

amicable blows; you find yourself insensibly When Haddix's wife kicked him out of warmed with the enthusiasm of the conflict, until bed, says he: “See here, neow! you'd better not some unlucky punch in the “ veskit" decides the do that again! If you do, it might cause cool- matter, and the whole affair ends in a downright

fight. Don't you see the similarity ?

ness."

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