Oh, the oíd exhibitious, will they ever come ngain, With the gnod. old-fashioned speuking from the girls jind bova 90 plainV Will weeVer hear old Iser," with its rapid roll and sweep, And ■ Pilot, 'tis a fuurful night; there's dauger ou the deep? " Sweet Mury doeao't raise her lambs like Mary did of oíd; Thelr lleece is not " as wbite as snow," they're wandeling froni the fold. The boy upon " Che buruiiiK deck " is not oueliálf as fine; TU' was not " born at Biugeu- at Bingen ou ou the Uhine I " Thegirls clon't apeale ín calicó, the boys la cotton jeans; They've changed the old-tinie dresses 'long with the old-time scènes. Thf.v smlle nuil sprak in ancient Greek in broadeloth iind Ín lace, Aud yon ean't half see the speaker for the collar 'round his luce I - Oh, the old school exlubitions! They're goue for evermore ! The old school house is deserted.and the grasa has choked the door; And the wind aweeps 'round the gables with a low and mournful whine. Kor the old boys ■ born at Bingen- at Biugen ou the Khiuel"