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20 Feb 1879

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Racine Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1879, Racine, WisconsinRacine Racine Wisconsin. The Deai Mastyk. The following is a portion of Richard Henry poem on the death of which wwrda4 the Century club memorial to Una printed in full in St Rumer for it it info Man to lie. Were life is death in dominating life writing the scepter from its Fei we or and trampling Oij its from the first hour theft flirt Hilt Shipon Ito m Organ t Lay a a Realff on its cold in to Luthuli in Whan Homant Man Wiathe ext fact Beath oxime nor Ever will come without the dying Way us ready to depart for Flap mid death ire ent to them but to who love Niem and survive whom the places the once tilled Are filled no More for whom a Light has gone out f the Sun a Shadow fallen on us who love Olin death Al wave comes too soon a consternation and a lamentation the borrow of ill borrows till in turn to follow them and others mourn Lor us. Thai tragic lesion of Mort Lity the master who hath left us Learned in youth when Tho huge found him wandering by the Stream sparkled. Hinging at ins father s door. Such was the ant sad message to Mankind of this Young poet who was to heavily the old Burden of the Earth weighed on his soul from boyhood. Yet not less not Leaa but More he loved her for if sue somber with her secret Shi was still m a goddess and if he should one Day look upon her f Nee no More a. Would not cease to look tall that Day came for he for life was dedicate to her 1 he inspiration of is earliest song the Happy f hta sterner years Consolation of his old age. What she w As to the of lesser men which Only glance at the rough Husk of things she never was to Day and night a loveliness a might a mystery a presence Nev or wholly understood the broken Shadow of some unknown Power which overflows All but is not pie inscrutable spirit of the universe t High priest whose Temple was the Woods he Felt their melancholy grandeur and the Awe that ancient nest and Solitude beget strange intimation a of invisible things which while they sect to Sadden Kive a plight and Hurt not but persuade soul to prayer for. Silent in the Barren ways of men under Green roofs of overhanging bongs Here the creator s hands Are never stayed the Sony recovers her forgotten speech the lost religion of her infancy. F master arose. Digging a Large Stone from the Snow he approached and threw it with get at violence against the door. The Stout Oak batting fairly Shook under the mow but held its own. An other and another followed amid j ears and laughter ene oui aged by our Noble ers to keep up tie courage of their Fol Lowers. The fourth Stone spirt the door and the fifth broke the upper wooden hinge and but f r the barricade within the breach would Hwe been available. The enemy now being aware of Ense within Tud Dieny is one and ran in at tree door. We were not to be again were the Sharp thrust out. One hit with effect in the commis sary vulgarly called stomach As he stooped doubled by the pain in the face inflicting an ugly wound from which the blood flowed in profusion. He retreated and we saw him pc girly dance with rage and pain. The More of this he indulged in the Wilder grew our Delight which we testified in screams of laughter. He soon ended this exhibition and disappeared around the school House evidently on a there was a dead silence and to realized that which we have so often Felt since the unknown movement of a silent enemy. This was ended by a noise upon the roof and soon volumes of smoke pour Lig into the room told us that strategy taken the place of As Sault. We were to be smoked out. For a moment our leaders looked puzzled. Neighbor s Hoig Between life regarded As h a and in the bar sure and the is we were the happiest male in the for two death Bythie e g set of Little uni coasting. San script recalls recollections. From to Esq Nurer the boys were coasting Down Sycamore Street last evening when John san script and his wife came Alon they had been up on strip visiting and were on just see them As he braced up at the intersection of it really re i old time barring out. Flow ou1 Hickory and ills schoolmates coast Rcd to War judge 3o 0. Guild famous in ten Nessee As the Friend of Andrew Jackson and famous also for the saying in ref Emice to the Many divorces granted by him when two people get As cold As frogs to each other they ought to be has just issued in Nashville a Book of anecdotes of Jack son. Among the most entertaining reminiscences related in the Book is the following account of a my Early life made miser Able by one Mulberry Bangs a gentle Man of the old school who devoted himself to Reading writing and Arith Metic and the general use of a stick. Upon my head and other parts of my person he imprinted himself so positively that i can see him now As plainly As if we had parted but yesterday. He was a Stout Man who made in his figure when made in profile Hogarth s line of Beauty being round shouldered and crooked in the legs. He was a blonde. The hair of his head had that sunny tinge so much admired to Day and rubbed Down with a tallow Candle As was his wont to dress it was so smooth and straight that the boys believed thut the flies slipped Down it and broke their legs. His eyes were dark and fierce and hid under the Cavern Ous recesses made by ids Bushy red Eye brows seemed to watch like evil spirits Over his precious nose. The nose was a Ruby one bottle in shape and when Bangs was angry which appeared to be All the time it glowed like the head Light of a locomotive. His Mouth was finished without lips and resembled it Slit in a piece of sole leather. Old Bangs was famous for his Power of resistance and boasted that school of his Hud Ever succeeded in conquering or barring him out. There were two big boys in school named Bill Kenning and Bob Strong. They were knotty headed Broad shouldered and hard listed Fellows who worked through the sum Cier for Means to attend school during the Winter. Each in turn had been unmercifully whipped by the Mas Ter and it was understood throughout the school that the barring out of Mas Ter Bangs was to be Mecom polished and old scores settled. The evening before the general engagement Bill and Bob our Noble leaders with a few confederates stole Back to the school House armed Faith Hickory poles. Breaking open the door they whittled one end of of these Tough saplings to a Point and then hardened the Points in the fire. Then pricing these in a Corner ready for use with a Stout Cord they gave orders to the boys willing to take part in the fight to be on hand at the school House before Daylight the next morning. At the time indicated nearly Sill the lads were in attendance. Some were Palo and trembling others were noisy and boastful but i observed that the real leaders and reliable soldiers were quiet indeed that one might doubt them. Our first order was to Cut and carry in enough Wood to serve the Garrison Dur ing this was promptly executed. The window shutters were pulled to and securely nailed the door closed and desks and benches piled against it. After to o port holes were opened by removing the chinks and dabbing we gathered about a roaring fire in the huge Firo place and waited the approx Ali of the enemy. As the time approached for the master s coming a dread silence fell upon the Little crowd so that when he did come we could hear his heavy tread non the crashing Snow and Many a heart Sank and face whitened in terror. The leaders sprang to their posts on each Side of the door and on being ordered to surrender boldly demanded a week s Holiday and a treat of cider and apples this was sternly re fused. T Riecl Bill and Bob and two poles were to inst out with All the strength the Stout Aims could give them. They took the indignant pedagogue in the sides with Snow Force that but for a thick flannel overcoat holes might have been made in his wicked body. As t was he staggered Back and for Twenty or More we saw him sitting upon a log catching itis breath and rub fortunately in the excitement o the conflict the Firo had not been fed and now Only a few chunks and embers sup plied the Smoko. These were scattered upon the Broad Hearth and water thrown in to extinguish the remainder. Then Bill and Bob selecting four of the stoutest , Brust them up the Chim Ney and at the word we gave to use our phrase a bloody Hist the consequences were a battling of falling boards with the unmistakable thump of a heavier body upon the ground. We pc Ned afterwards that the master had not Only covered the with boards but had seated himself upon them the sudden and unexpected list had tumbled him off. We heard dismal groans and cries for Relief from the enemy. Some were in favor of going at once to his assistance others More cautious opposed such a merciful errand. He s Hollerin too loud 1o be Hurt slide we Bob. We had a division in our Council of War. This ended in a Call for a Teer to make a sortie and investigate. Jack Loder one of the most daring and Active among the younger boys responded. A shutter on the opposite Side to the cries for help was opened quickly and Jack thrust out. The re sult of this was not Only a cessation of groaning but j. Chase that we witnessed through the port holes. Jack was a Good runner ind when the two disappeared Over the Meadow into the Willow Jack was gaining on him and we had Good Hopes of his escape. To our Dis May and horror in half an hour we saw the master re timing with poor Jack in his grasp. Be had a hostage and was Swift in his Uso of the advantage. Stop Ping before the House he began whip Ping the pc or unmercifully. Jack s cries w the piteous. Of let him in boys let him in he s a Killin o rung in our ears. There was a hurried sons siltation. Tho benches and desks were quietly removed from the dour. A sortie had been determined on. The master stood at the Side of rhe House South of the door and As soon As the opening was made Bill unclosed a shutter and proposed u Parley. The answer was a Rush at the open window by the master who began climbing in. Brave Little Jack seized him by the leg i and before he Codd kick him off a dozen Stout lads Woie clinging to them while As Many More held him Oil the inside. Bill seized to Ropo and attempted to pass the Over his arms. In the hurry and contusion of the fight he succeeded Only i a getting it Over his head. Pulling it As the boys did there was a fair Prospect of ending the useful labors of this teacher by strangulation. That he deserved 11 no one of us doubted but Bob having climbed Over the Mas Ter in the window and with All the school pulling at the ends of old Bangs soon master of the situation. Get Ting hold of the rope and assisted by Bill he succeeded in tying the arms of the almost Lexsi Aristed Man to his sides. He was then Bumble from the window As unceremoniously As a pig. Will you give demanded our Leader. Gas led the master. Then Well put you Down the Well hanged if we the Bra v e old pedagogue still re fusing lie dragged rolled and tumbled to the Well curb. Will you give up Dern you demanded Bob. " no. I he was shoved inside of the bucket and orders Given to lower. But the weight proved too for the lads and the Crank of the Windlass slipping from their the learning of our District wen., whirling to the Bottom Mulberry Street. Of the w Hilton a sled did you Why yes but that s fifty year Agol san script his oots Templar it by and then Mitt cafe Sotto Voce Durn my Granddaddy s buttons if i Don t try try what anxiously asked mrs. S. I m going to coast just once to re Vive recollections of fifty year now John if i were Bat you Are not me so inter Fere. Here Sonny to pc lad had just puffed up the Hill with his Here Sonny i la give Yon a Quarter to let me slide Down on your sled the bargain was eagerly nailed and clinched. Be Kerful old urged the boy As san script squatted rather awkwardly on the sled be Keerkel i say and Don t let her flunk one Way or Tother till she takings up or you la git never mind assured John i be been Here years Afore but what will never be known for just then the sled of its own Accord started Down the Hill and even John himself has not been Able to recall what he was about to observe. The Surprise at the sled s unexpected movement was Gen eral. Look yelled the boy. Of screamed mrs. San script. Whoa yelled John. But the sled would t whoa. It seemed to have set off Down that Hill to beat its Best time. John had Chance Only to clutch hold of both sides and hold his breath for fear the wind would blow off the top of his head. The Only thought he had time to Foster was that the boy must have greased the sled s runners As a practical joke. And if this was coast ing he had never coasted if his recollection served him right. Two thirds Way Down the Hill the sled struck an ice Hummock and immediately his course was changed to a porn Telic curve. Whack bang crash Clink the bringing up was awfully sudden and Uncertain. San script and the sled disappeared As abruptly As a shooting Star. The latter Lay shivered to atoms against a lamp Post and san script Lay shivering in the grocery cellar just opposite. When the off runner of the sled collided with the lamp Post and stopped the vehicle san script Rose like a circus reaper and went right on turning Twenty somersaults to the second. He went through the grocery window As the Cir Cus leaper goes through a paper Loop. The grocer appeared soon after and compromised upon John paying the following Bill window Sash ims. Resolutions or Incon Thant in thy affections. So deliberate i hat thou Mayest perform so perform t hair Thon Mayest preserve. T Muta bad Fafe n cruel id clime a. Hours heal molars i. Christmas goods. 1201 48 2 total then the boy came in with a Bill of for his sled to say nothing of loss of a suit of clothes a surgeon s Bil for plastering sundry skinned surfaces and the Biu of a Hackman who conveyed the fainting wife Home. In the cooler moments of afterthought reckoned it up and discovered that r had Cost him to recall recollections of fifty years Fogo and requires but one minute and five seconds of old father time in which to do the recollecting. The Hangman s Hanest. Thus far Twenty two Mollie Manire have been sentenced to death und of this number Nineteen have been executed nine in Pottsville seven ii Mauch chunk and three in blooms Burg. The Complete list of the Mollii Maguiree so far executed is As follows to 1877. It face find Imite of execution. Victim to James Carroll Pottsville june 21.b. F. Yos Thomas Duffy Pottsville. June f. Of James Moarity Pottsville june f. Yos James Boyle Pottsville june 21.b. F. Of h. Mcgehan Pottsville. June 21 a. F. Yot t. Munley Pottsville. June 21.t. Sangem Doyle. Matich chunk. June 21.j. P. Jone Bow. Kelley. Mauch chunk june 21.j. P. Jone i a. Campbell Mauch Clink june21___j. P. Jone i j. Donohue Mauch chink june 21.it. Powe 1 in 137s. Pat Hester Bloomsburg March 25.a. W. Pal Tully. Bloomsburg. March 25 a. W. Re i Pat Mchugh. Bloomsburg March 26 . Lui t. P. Fuslier Mairich chunk March 28 a. Powe i d. Jonnelly Pottsville june 11.t. Sangi Judt Kehoe Potts Villa Deo. 18___f. W. 8. Langdo i in j. Mcdonnell Mauch chunk Jan. 14. O. K. Smit x c. Sharps Mauch chunk Jan 11.0.lf. Strait i m. Bergin Jan. 16.pat dim s of the three convicted mollies we i have not yet been executed one he s definitely escaped the Gallop. This 13 Patrick o Donnell who was to Jurite i at Mauch chunk last summer of my. With a Thund Sciug noise be Liing Der in the first degree As an accessory 7 an exit. Kids was More than we bar gained for. Had we really murdered the master Bob and Bill assisted by the stoutest. Began pulling up the unfortunate old fellow. It was hard work and tugging at the Windlass they just caught a glimpse of his blonde head when a wild cry of caused them to let go Ani i again the venerable Bangs rattled Down with a splash in the water. The school House was on Firo the chunks pull d out by the boys had communicated to the floor and the dry old concern was in a Blaze. A few neigh Bors who Jiust then arrived gave the alarm and at tempted to extinguish the flames. To do this they called for water and i he first bucket brought up contained the vanquished teacher. He came up wit his Teeth chattering and when lifted oat and untied was to weak to stand o sit. The school House barred Dot a. The master was carried before the fact to the killing of Morga i Powell at Summit Hill on dec. The court granted him a new trial an j on oct. 11 he was convicted of Murd r in the second degree and sentenced a week later to seven years imprison Mei t in the Eastern Penitentiary. The two convicted mollies who m e now awaiting execution Are the follow ing Peter Mcmanus convicted at Siu Bury on aug. 15, 1878, of the murder f Frederick Hesser a night watchman t the Hickory swamp Colliery Nei r Shamokin. On Deo. John o Neill convicted at Sun Btu y on aug. For the same crime a times. The new York sub Treasury is to 1 e fitted with steel gratings and shutters and turrets on the roof with make holes for greater Protection. On Condo jct Tow Abs a _ Hast thou alried Tizie Bis Hendly Bise him not la Jat or Earnest conceal private by reprove Eis Rora. Comr it thy secrets injun yet Rith caution lest thy Friend become thy Nemy and11 abase tall. How to use pro pest. So use the that adversity nay not abuse thee. If in by Security admits no fear in adversity thy despair will afford Hope in that in Prosperity can Foretek a Langer can in adversity see deliver Ince. Of secret enemies. He that professes himself thy open enemy arms thee against the evil he oceans thee but he that dissemble to self thy Friend when he is thy be Aret enemy strikes beyond caution and wounds above cure. From the first thou Mayest deliver thyself from the last Good lord deliver thee. On anger. Beware of him that is slow to anger. Anger when it is Long ill coming is the stronger when it comes and the longer kept. Abused patience turns to fury. When fancy is the ground of passion that understanding which composes the fancy qualifies the passion but when judgment is the ground the memory is the recorder and this passion is Long retained. Charity Alleg obied. Charity is a naked child giving Honey to a Bee without wings. Naked be cause excuse less and simple a child because tender and growing giving Honey because pleasant and Comfort Able to a Bee because a Bee is industrious and deserving without wings because wanting and helpless. If thou Deniest to such thou kill est a Bee if thou gives to other than such thou pre serves a drone. On Law and physic. If thou study Law and physic Endeavor to know both and to need neither. Temperate diet moderate and reasonable labor rest and recreation with god s Blessing will save thee from thy physician a peaceful disposition prudent and just behaviour will secure thee from the Law. Yet if necessity absolutely compel thou Mayest use both they that use either otherwise than for necessity soon abuse themselves into weak bodies and Light purses. On diet and by Gimben. If thou desires to. Take the Best advantage of thyself especially Iii matters where the fancy a mostly employed keep temperate diet use moderate exercise observe seasonable and set hours for rest and let the end of thy first sleep raise thee from thy repose then hath thy body the Best temper thy soul the least encumbrance then no noise shall disturb thine ear no object shall divert thine Eye then if Ever shall thy sprightly fancy transport thee beyond the common pitch and show the a Josim of High invention. On communicating news. Let the greatest part of the news thou nearest be the least part of what thou believes lest the greatest part of what thou believes be the least part of what is True and report nothing for truth in Earnest or in jest unless thou know it or at least confidently believe it to be so neither is it expedient at All times or in All companies to report what thou know est to be True sometimes it May Avail thee if thou seem not to know that which thou know est. Hast thou any secret commit it not to Many nor to any unless Well known unto thee. On dress. In thy apparel avoid profus eness singularity and Gudiness let it be de cent and suited to the Quality of thy place and purse. Too much punctuality and too much porosity Are the extremes of Pride. Be neither too Early in the fashion nor too Long out of it nor too precisely in it. What custom. Hath civilized hath become decent until then it was ridiculous. Where the Eye is the jury the apparel is the Evi Dence the body is the hell of the soul apparel is the Husk of that Shell and the Husk will often Tell you what that Kernel is. Seldom does solid Wisdom dwell under fantastic apparel neither will the Pantaloon fancy be inured within the Walls of grave habit. The fool is known by his dyed coat. On conyeb3at1on. Clothe not thy language either with obscurity or affectation in the one thou discover est too much darkness and in the other too much lightness he that Speaks from the understanding to the understanding doth Best. Know when to speak lest while thou slowest Wisdom in not speaking thou betray thy Folly in too Long silence. If thou Art a fool thy silence is Wisdom but if thou Art Wise thy Long silence is Folly. As too Many words from a fool s Mouth give one that is Wise no room to speak so too Long silence in one that is Wise gives a fool Opportunity of speaking and makes thee in some measure guilty of his Folly. To conclude if thou be not Wise enough to speak be at least so Wise As to hold thy peace. On bearing adversity. Hath Fortune dealt thee ill cards let Wisdom make thee a Good Gamester. In a fair Gale every fool May sail but Wise behaviour in a storm commends the wis Dom of a Pilot. To Bear adversity with an equal mind is both sign and glory of a Brave spirit. As there is no worldly gain without some loss so there is no worldly loss without some gain. If thou Hast lost thy wealth thou Hast lost some trouble with it if thou Art de graded of thy Honor Thon Art likewise freed from the stroke of envy if sick Ness hath blurred thy Beauty it hath delivered thee from Pride. Set the Al Lowance against the loss and thoth Shalt find no great loss. He Loseth Little or nothing who keep eth the favor of his god and the peace and Freedom of his conscience. A Yong Man at Montreal who was engaged to a girl lately gave her his accumulated earnings amounting to Sev eral Hundred dollars to place in the bans8ra h fell in Llo and Watt Thi swab r the Man who had dyspepsia. There june to the dinner table at the jaw Tenor House the other Day two one a lean and hungry look ing customer the other a decent appearing you Nuj fellow. As they reached the the older Man clutched frantically at the Oill of fare and remarked follows let s Iee what they got. You know i can t eat anything. Been nearly dead for ten weeks with the dyspepsia. Aht Oyster that won t Hurt to bring me some Oyster soup , let s see boiled White fish yes it have some o the soup and fish were rapidly eaten. Now left see what else they be got you know i can t eat everything boast ought not to Hurt me. I la have some o that. East i la have some o that. Chicken pot that s easily digested i la have some. Let s see i can t eat every thing 111 take a bit of the boiled Ham some Macaroni some Chicken livers and the waiter had taken the order and the Man with a weak stomach reached this Way for hackers that Way for but Ter Here tool a piece of bread there a Pickle and a stalk of celery and frequently remarking that he could t eat everything of stayed his stomach until his dinner was brought. He looked it Over sent the waiter Bank for some roast veal Ard another onion remark ing that his stomach was weak he had been suffering terribly from dyspepsia and could t eat everything but at last got to work and cleared the dishes. The matter of dessert troubled him some because his stomach was so weak but he finally called for some mince pie Plum pudding and ice Cream with a cup of Coffeo. They were brought and devoured Ard then he called the waiter and made her a confidential communication to the effect that he had been sick with dyspepsia that his stomach was weak he could t eat everything and would she being him a bowl of milk the milk was brought he crumbled some bread herein and As his younger companion had departed the Man with the weak stomach remarked to the gentleman Crotis the table from him that it was darned rough to have to come Down to bread and milk but he had been sick the could t eat everything he had Jaq be careful. And now the landlord is anxious for that Man to come around when he Well. He need t come but Adrian a ficut times. Is once. Oen. Grant and Elihn Washburne. You Hava no personal knowledge i suppose of Elihu s Early relations with president Grant at no about All i know about it i have heard from other did you Ever hear the Story that Elihu Lent Gen. Grant Money to equip himself for the i Don t know much about their Finan Cial relations. A prominent Man in Galena told me this that Grant was called Forward to preside at a soldiers meeting and he told Elihu As his con Gressman Taat to thought it was his duty to go into the army. Elihu gave him a letter to gov. Yates recommend ing him As in sex officer of the regular army who had graduated at West Point and to have a regiment. My informant said that Yates put Grant in the adjutant s office and set him to copying. After a while Grant said to the governor you can get a Man to do this work at a Day and if this is All you Havivi to give me i shall go Back to Galena the Day following his arrival in Galena i am told that a gentle Man saw g ant Between Daybreak and Sunrise walking with Elihu Washburne Down to Tho Railroad depot. The train which leaves Dunleith going South through Galena very Early in the morning. My brother Elihu was carry ing Graut e carpet bag and going to Tho station with him. This gentleman says he saw Thorn together and says that Elilu As soon As Grant came Back from Springfield told him to return again in stantly with a More peremptory letter and to stay until Yates would give him a regiment. If that is True it is a rather significant thing. Grant might have become a Mere lieutenant or Captain and not have pressed his Way to the front As soon As he with Charles a. Washburne in Phil Adelphia press. The Man that mortgaged his farm. The Chicago times in chronicling the death of m. L. Sullivant the great Farmer of county 111., says he gave personal supervision to the work of culture and improvement of the farm employing 400 men and working from 400 to 500 mules and horses. He built a great number of tenement houses. The farm occupied All of Sulli vant township which contains forty eight sections and in addition extended several thousand acres into Livingston county. At his most prosperous period he had All Olear from encumbrance except and to offset this he owned Gilt Edge paper to the value of he then commenced rapid improve ments and through Money lenders Bor rowed from Hiram Sibley of Rochester n. Y., Neaily half a million dollars hop ing to real be a profit from the expenditure by Selling land in Small farms. All of this was secured by out Throat Trust deeds. He even mortgaged his personal property deeply. This Cost him 10 per cent interest and 5 per cent commis Sion. For a year or two he paid 000 interest per year. Values of Hind and produce fell and in the fall dragged Down Subj vant who was compelled to assign to h. K. Wheaton of Chicago leaving Hii self in his old age absolutely a beggar. Sixty thousand dollars his wife had Lent to him and secured by second mortgage went with the rest and when once the great Farmer King moved from his Resi Dence at Burr Oak he was a pauper. The total indebtedness when he assigned was almost Hiram Sibley took Poss asian of Burr Oak and Hia now manage it. Fiance each t gave dour wee ladle Clad in flue Bali Wing with plan Nix lord inti Trunp the Heel behind them a word and fans they fling and foot it blithely Down the reel. They Ilfred and oiled wbb ered iwed in meeting i of the i Wayling dance then fled not bet were swiftly mimed like i of Volt a veil too wet Glanca. I sprang the Rita Mere from Rrene Tai atone . Cha Laos sparkle Al atone to Effie Tuk Nti Scribner for the stamp clog dance. Every editor has my Shear ally. Bowling Alley. Oarsmen should Wear their hair in Row locks. The perfectly contented Man is also perfectly Iveliss. A Man of no bookkeeper out of a situation. Song of the dry goods swinging in when a Man has no mind of his own his wife generally gives him a piece of Herd. The world does not know a fool s infirmities half so Well As a Wise Man knows his own. The difference Between our Sanctum and a Dairy if one has an easy chair and the other a cheesy air. Two things go off in a Arrow dismissed from a Bow and a Beau dismissed by a Belle. When the Sultan loses his temper the ladies of the household speak of my us a harem scr re pm fellow. Art gives woman her false hair false eyes false Teeth and false complexion but the Devil furnishes her with a false she desires one. We hear of a country school mistress who encourages scholars in running matches. She teaches the Young idea in other words How to scoot. A Chicago policeman arrested a boy who had an onion in the Corner of his handkerchief. The charge against him was carrying concealed weeping. A Hen pecked husband said in extenuation of his wife s raids upon his Scalp you see she takes her own hair off so easily she does t know How it hurts to have mine pulled the slim ministerial looking Chap with thin Cotton gloves and umbrella is the same individual who passes his plate the fourth time for buckwheat new York eur press. See the Zero Joston advertiser. Yes so a Good Many business men remark in looking for their profits for the past Boston commercial bulletin. Som borr a coming when the Dew drops is said to be a very Beautiful song. Somebody s coming when the note Falls is not so Enchant Herald. What is sweeter than a Winter Sun asks an Exchange. Really we Don t know but if it s a very cold night and there s a vacuum in the Region of the Vest an Oyster Stew will Lay Way Over the York express. What m integ your so awful asked Cross eyed Pap and Sarah to the old Man Aid it s caused by email then Sarali s youngest a yet unknown to fun if looked Sarah in the Eyo and asked what it the Small Chap s name Gaeu peach ice in Kentucky the other Day becoming exasperated paused in his discourse to say ladies if you will give me your close attention i will keep a Lookout on that door and if any thing worse than a Man enters i will warn you in time to make your a Little Juirl visiting a neighbor with her Mother was gazing curiously at her new Bonnet when the owner queried to you like it Laura the innocent replied Why Mother said it was a perfect fright but it Don t scare me Laura s Mother did t stay Long after that. Papa Reading from Keats St. Agnes owl for All his feathers had a that wrong dear should t it be was it is so Here Maria but i purposely made the improvement. How was it possible for a Bird to be a cold a cold could t be a my cold was a. The doctor came and he said it was a funny folks. Exercises in pronunciation. There we a Oung fellow named Crol Mondale who certainly acted quite Dolmon Deler when girl said. Amuse me he stammered and then he apologized Cholmondeley. His friends snid his first name wag to Prono Anc it Yon never can he resided fat Greenwich and lived upon Speen wich and Artichoke a when be could Fried in lard. The London world recites hew re Venge was had by one of the most Emi nent pianists in that City. He had suffered much from the irrepressible conversation of drawing room audiences and devised the other Day a Means of giving a Little lesson to the town. He arranged with his violin his violoncello and the rest that the music should come to a sudden Stop in the midst of loudest postage of the piece at a Given signal from him. It was done. The bawling an 1 shouting voices were left in the twinkling of an Eye High and dry As it were upon a Shore of silence. Joyous Clear and distinct above them All Rose a voice from the Foremost seats the voice of lady. These words of were ringing upon the startled air we always Fry ours in the late Dean Richmond once asked a would be Deadhead he grounds of his application for a free pass. Simply because i Don t want to the testy old Railroad King at once handed him a pass and said sir i a Epcot you. You re the first Deadhead that Ever told Ted the provide Nee journal Oong Nta lates Rhode Irmand pm were carried by nil in that 8tete last Sod one pm kilted

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