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A thing of beauty is a joy forerer.
BT CHA&LE8 DICKZS.
When the lessons and tasks are all ended.
And the pchool for the day is dismissed.
auu. mo mue ones gather around me
To bid me good night and be kissed.
Oh, the little white arms that encircle
My neck in a tender embrace 1
Oh, the smiles, that are balos of Hearen,
Shedding sunshine of lore onmy face !
And when they are gone, T elt dreaming
Of rnjr childhood, too lovely to last ;
Of love tl a '". my heart will remember,
i When it wakes to the pulse of the past
Ere the world and its wickedness m&deme
A i a t ier of sot row and sin ;
When the glory of God was about me
And the glory of gladness within.
Oh my heart grows weak as a woman's.
And the fountains of feeling will flow.
As I think of the paths steep and stony.
Where the feet of the dear oneamust goj
Of the mountains of sin hanging o'er tnem
Of the tempest of fate blowing wild !
Ob, there is nothing on earth half so holj
As the innocent heart of a child !
The twig isso easily bended. 1,
I have banished the rule andthe rdd.
I have taught themthe goodness of know
ledge. They have taught me the goodness of
My heart is a dungeon of darkless
Where 1 shut them from breaking a rule
My frown is sufficient correction.
My love is the law of the school.
I shall leave the old house in tie autumn,
To traverse its threshold no aore ;
Ah ! how 1 6hall sigh for the dear ones
That meet me each morn at tie door.
I shall miss the good nights and the kisses
And the gush of their innocent glee,
The group on the green, and thi i flowers
That are brought every morning to me.
I shall miss them at noon and at eve.
Their song in the school and the street:
I shall miss the low hum of their -voices.
And the tramp of their delicate feet.
When the lessons and tasks are all ended,
And Death sa.vs.The school is dismissed'
May the little ones gather around me
To bid me good night "and be kissed."
Home is the sarted refuge of our life.
T Dry den.
WOLFE of ERNSTEIN.
A German Romance.
No braver knight was there
11 the German land than Wolfe
Ernstein no better family in all the
world than the brave old race, the
Counts of Ernstein; and no stern
warrior of the name had ever won
more renown than young Wolfe, he
of the blue eyes and golden curls.
Wi.althy in lands and gold, high in
favor with princely Charles, the
great German Emperor, all the good
things of thi life seemed spread
temptingly before young Wolfe.
One precious jewel alone'he lack
ed a true woman's love ; and that
he cared not for, apparently, for
jhere were few noble maidens with
in the confines of Germany but
what would gladly have smiled .a
sefht if handsome youncr Wolfe had
deigned to bow the knee in suppli
cation before them. But hesrt-free
was the young German lord, and
maiden witchery and woman's wiles
alike he laughed at.
JMot forever, however, did the
gallant young count ride on in med
itation free, for at last his fate came
to him as it comes to us all, sooner
or later. Kiding iorth with his
dogs to chase the deer within the
wood one day, deep within the re
cesses of the forest the young count
came upon the hut of a lonely wood
cutter, and dismounting to crave a
draught of water, his view was
greeted by as fair a vision as the
eye of man ever looked upon.
Forth from the humble cottage
there came a maid, in answer to his
summons, so passing fair that in his
heart of; hearts the courtly noble
swore that never in the dazzling
halls of princely power had he look
ed upon her match. Fair and sweet
as a very wild flower was this for
est maid, and Wolfe of Ernstein
f it that i henceforth life would be
valueless were it not blessed by the
company of this fair forest flower.
Uta she was called, and she was the
daughter of the wood-choper, Ber-
W olfe of Ernstein came often and
oftt-n to the little, cottag, and soon
the maiden erew to ' look for hir
ming. Free to choose was the
young man, lor he was the last of
his line, and there was no one to
call him to account for his choice
Better, than blne "blood arid costly
estates he held ihe charms of the
air child of the 1 r ?t. - " -
The young count had never re-
vealed his rank to either the girl or
riw f.tVxto 'I I 1- m.. t 1 1
uci iaiuti . ney om Deneveo
him V be, as he said, simnlv a sol
dier of fortune, with all tho world
r-"r - 1 - . . ---.w . x i
? : n : " , I
bre him. But the course of true
I6 ft seldom runs smooth, and young
YVjlfe was dtind to find that bis
vqge of life muH tend through
trtitbled -waters and' amid angry,
broking rocks, as well a sofl gli.i
inj, currents and peaceful, flower
lin t? lakes.
. 'hjee counts were there of Wpr
teiiburg. There was .Otto, the
Sti img, Conrad, the Rash, and Pe
tering Cruel. A inle sister had
wf! J10t overynno aD(l somewhat
lll-wored, and reputed to possess
thejvv'oist temper iu the family; and
thiil' j "gentle creature" the noble
Corals of Wurtemburg intended t
maTfy to handsome Wolf.
?e rage of the august three mar
bea8ily imagined when the Count
of Jrnstein: declined the alliance.
Te f. lo vengeance they a wore no
on ! $e reckless youth who was so
Dn as to dare the anger
oflrhe proud Counts cf Wur
ten fcurg. Eagerly the three watch
ed md waited for the hour to come
wb they might revenge the insult
th''j?ac b11 Put uPn their house.
incident placed a weapon in
thejhands. The old wood-chopper
Jjad occasion to Yisit the canie
of Irurtemburg with a load of fac
gob. rand there, in a gossiping mood,
revi jajed to one of the servants the
visit of the young soldier to . his
ih- servant was a ciinninc Vnrp
and;) quickly suspected that the
vuupz soiaier who caned himself
was none other than
thei-yonng Count of Ernstein,
and--he:plied the old wood-chopper
jtfth wine, and from him he ex
traojd all he knew. Straight then
t ttvft thrift rnniitaArWnr(amKn.
tnercant carried the information.
The hatred that his masters bore
- w . v A . , u bV lUUUlil
to Mj) cunt of Ernstein was no se
cretw Wurteraburg castle. Eager
'J M jr listened, and - at once they
prodded to make use of the intel-
ige -ee. Around the cottarre of
heiood-chopper they olaced a
wat hx and, of course, when the
ypujV count made his usual Tisit
the i jfcies reDorted th fno.t.
V TjiAt the Old WOod-chonrwr had
spot true wa plain ; and evident,
too,!asit that it was thd maiden
fairjjrjat lured Wolfe of Ernstein to
the j crest bower.
Tjln a terrible revenge the three
couits plotted. Suddenlydescend
ing$on the woodman's hut with a
host Of followers, the Count of Wur
teml Org seized the berson of the
in j S'1"!! I: Straight to their strong tow
ol er tl?y carried the maid, and plung-
. yv ov. into a uarK ana
gloo my dungeon, Terrified beyond
exprjsion, the wits of the girl fled,
and j He became a helpless maniac.
Thejjruel counts turned her loose
uponjthe cold charities of the world.
DireU to the' bank of the rivr
went tne helpless creature, and,
plunjjng in, lound death beneath
me t ave
It? Vas not long before the knowl
pdgepf this foul deed . came to
Wolfj; of Ernstein. Pi-omptly he
actec?; He armed himself, and all
alone i-with not a sincle follower to
back-is quarrel he sallied to the
strong tower of Wurtemburg.
Liudpr.l e sonrd?d hs hunting horn
oeior2,ineca8tie gates, and to mor
iai ctrnDai ne challenged the Counts
of V artemburg not sincly. one by
"ir, i-Awt Jin oi mem at once ie
woulj encounter with his sincle
arm. W For very -shame the cruel
lords jdurst not refuse so bold
channg-i; and. so thev quicklv
armejl themsflve and went forth to
meet'ttie -bold .Ernstein. wit'
8wortAiand dagger thev attacked
the.jjnighr, but hardy Wolfe did
not U-lie the fame of hi ancient
Vl -T1 Crf 4 l A ' etnoln I. 1- 1 J 1.1 -
house" i A. single back hand blow of
nis g$?$ sword, and Sir Otto, the
Strong was down, with his head
VIU ftljV I
twame. Conrad, the
Wolftl 'with a terrible blow, n J
PetertJ'the Cmel, had pierced his
side ;rjrut a second' blow tumbled
Rafh"6nrad to his kn?e,-and, ere
he. oot id rise, another thmstset free
his jjiiL Again Peter' trnsty
word ih ad 'pierced Wolf -'s armor
of pq'pf. Rnt what were lancet
cuts fpan afigry man ?' And now,
foot ti foot and hand to hand, the
last Ijount -of Wuttembn'g con
fronts; Hhe' shyer of his kin. The
rm crCrue! eter trembled and
his . hr jirt failed as T daring Wolfe
rnsheiupoii . him. He turned V
fly, Id met a coward's death.
Thronjjh'his back the s word, cut
itswa'Jand Cruel' Lord Wnrtera
burg fijl and died, with his face in
the 'dm,' writhing Kke a serpent
wound jd sore.
Outlfrom the'castle then rushed a
hopt, siikeager to avenge ti e dath
of theif lords. Wolle hail slain the
three ybo had wronged hi raV and he
.iiuu uciivcu tuc n inrir oi
did riot4iare?ty risk his life in con
tending j;with a rabble. Qu'ck up
on his ?, sleed he 'sprang,, and the
good j)astj felt.the pies ot the
soldiers c4 rrWnrUmburg, tiiriy c
more, mi onled and followed ki
qnick. pnnaiL.. LitUe gained tl
tagitivc, l it Ms horse was alceadv
winded fj im a hasty ride, and, do
what he fght, he could not Uk,
offthe an-7 men of Wartcmb!ir.'.
They pre ledhim so hard that
could not; nrn to the right or L ?
but was reed; to gallop straL;
onward. Jefore him was the rirtr
no chancis f escape,-for a beet!:-1
rock hunr. pv'ef the stream. - ( 1
"Rathei .death than rWrWiM
speed. C p the- edge of the
pea; is norse straight into i
stream bf w. !
It was ; .t fated tha. yout Wo'uT
should H. ah then,for Wh.
the .hor.se . irvived the fearful flcr
and rode j illantly forth on the oti
posite bait f of the river. The meS
of urt-burg gave up pur.
5 for IV Jt "no 'f them Airettn
And to tV day, in Germany, .th
point out the rock from whT?
young Er- Hein leaped his faUbfo?
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re. nt mpptmtr ; v... . .
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on to iiia j .y In- s'ScjaC-
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man s nn7 . ti.
and tbe sht finT rAn
came qu.ett '"Brother W
did YOU MS - 'in tV,o 1A
tuiei vu nim, o promptly r '! ask
"T ,orfJ ZQltiC forforeign mU.
sions," repl i Brother ;W-vrc
A"i e? imed a man who ha
been chae. jcros a fortv-iu ra i.
tnrtfW bn:j,-and jast escaped
the skin of fs teeh-Xo; fyr re
venge; henf;fbrthI eat leef 'oily.
t Sally Jorl Vsays when tfceas fri
love, she f. 1 ah if she was id a tm".
nek with ,jtrain of cars ccming
both ways, i i .. !
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and bury iti
A recent Id day. is described a
being as eta aa the glance.fcf,
. 7 rj;i, (: -'i3
Riches -U never "take if inga
and fly awa d yen sprinkle ' littlo
economy on u' taiL : v f; v:
med thJ ld oont.ashe arairri"
djrecOy t jthe. ovr-hanging cV
Onward : a rode 'at Ma tA. rrtL.
m How to kp an irmbrella; ;! thl
title of a :jwspapcT article.". ,Wo
kn.Mr. Dio Vbole aixLPTiWJL
Uh Potatoes jott reeehrcd
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spur. Away went Wolfe, and the