22 Our Dumb Animals 1 (1889-1890)

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                                          I would  not enter on my  list of friends,
                                          Though  graced  with polished manners  and fine sense,
                                          Yet wanting  sensibility, the man
                                          Who   needlessly sets foot upon a worm.-  COWPER.

Vol. 22.                                         Boston, June, 1889.                                                      No. 1.


GET  YOUR-HAIR-CUT.


            GET-YOUR-HAIR-CUT.
    Into the house he came running,
    And   begged me to cut off his curls,
    Over his head richly clustered,
    As  bright and as fair as a girls.

    Why  would you lose them, my darling?
    Because  our old hen, pouted he,
    Screams, when we meet, 'Gel-your-hair-cut!
      Get-your-hair-cut!'-I know she means me ! 
                             GEORGE  COOPER.

  [We  are indebted for Get-your-hair-cut to that
beautiful children's monthly, published by Russell &
Co., Boston,  Our Litlie Ones and the Nursery.]



          COLLEGE PRIZE ESSAY.
  We  wish to call special attention to the supple-
ment  of this paper containing The College Prize
Essay  which won the one hundred dollar prize.



   THE  POWER OF MUSIC AND A NOBLE
                    LIFE.
  When  Ole Bull, the great musician who, more
than any other artist, made the violin speak and
sing and  weep  and laugh and  triumph  (for it
seemed when  he drew  the bow across the strings
as if earth and  heaven  trembled in delighted
sympathy)-when   this great musician-in a room
looking off upon  the  sea, surrounded  by his
favorite instruments of music, closed his eyes in
death the world mourned his departure. Sixteen
crowded  steamers fell into the line of his funeral
procession to carry his body to the mainland.
  Fifty thousand of his countrymen gathered in
an amphitheatre of the hills, and it is said that
when  the great orator of the day began to speak,
fifty thousand people on  the hillsides were in
tears.-TALMAGE.

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