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SCARED OUT OF A WIFE.
A LACOHADLE stoby.
tha narrative wbioh I am about
to write wii told ma oua bleak, cold
Slight iu a coiutry parlor It wu
ooa of those nights in mid winter,
when everything tiogUa with ita froa
ly breath, that u aeatad before
a bluing fir , surrounded by a jolly,
half doieu b ya and aa old bachelor,
A, Peter Green ibiut fart an I
sight year old.
It wm jtlst tba night oat to mike
thote within enjoy a (food atorj, ao
each of aa bad to tall bis favorite
story, eave Mr. Oreeo, and aa
ha was a jolly fellow wo alt lo jke.l
fur a jolly atory. Wo were some
what aurpriaed to bear him say. '1
Lira no atory tli it wo il l iutareat
Jon,' ao wa bad to hod otber eater
tainmente f-irawiile, when oua of
tba boya told ma to aak biia bo it
happened tbat be never cot married,
bo t did.
"Well gentlemen,' ho bagan, 'it
don't aaem rigbt for ma to tell b w
tbat happened, but aa it ia about
toy self I don't care much. Ton see
when I waa young we had to walk aa
high aa Ave miles t cburcb and
kinging school, wbicb was our chief
employment But thia don't Lave
tnytbiog to do with my not gattiog
a wife, but I iuat wanted to abow
you tbat wa bad tome trouble tbetn
days in getting our aport
John Smith and I were like broth
art, or like "Mary and her little
lamb.' Where on want tba otbar
was aura to go. 8o wa went to ae
to sister, and as we were not tba
bast boya imaginable, tba old gen
tletnan took ombreg and would not
slow aa to come near tb boa, so
e Woold take tha girl to tba and
of th Ian, and there we woold hav
to Uk tb final kiss.
Wa aooo got tired of that sort of
fan, and I told John, on oar way to
singing suhool on night, that I wa
going Into tb Don too.
U said tb old man would ran
ma out if I did.
I told him I wa going to riak it
anyhow, lot come what woold.
U aaid ha would riak it if I would.
Ho bom w want with tb girl.
When w got to th and of tha lau
I told th girl w war going all tb
They looked at ach otber in a way
I didn t like too well, but said they
(tb old folks) would b ia bed, so
key dida't oar if w did .
Thay war a littl mora aarprlaed
fst when I told them wa thought of
going ia a littl while, but aa all was
quiet ban w got to tb bouaa, wa
had trouble ia getting into th
Tba and ther w had oar fin I,
ours, and I mad up my ralud to
k Sadie to b my wlf th next
time t cam.
' It wm bow past tha turn of tha
bight and a w bad (our mil to
walk, told John w would hav to
ha gon. B w stepped oat on the
boron bat just as w did so, th sky
a lit op by lightning, and oo Ira
nsodoat thunder past rollsd along
tb mouatalo sides. It aoho had
but died oat la tb far off vale until
Ids raio bag0 stf P',or froM th gr
barad fulo of th cloud. W
wkited lor It to Up natll w wr
U eletgjr. whs th flrls said w
oould ro to bad la tb littl room
bt ti 14 of th sUIr wbbih lad
out tf ri tluia. aid a their rta
ft .'-t ft r ttttf wa td i fc
hh ' r m twi n r' i
ttAtied to bed.
W dido t have far to go, as th
bad Stood near tba head of tba
tain, John wa ooa In bed, bat
as I wa alwiya a littl alow, and
full (if eorioaity, 1 wa looking a.
roitnd th littl room,
At last I thoawbt 1 wnnU alt
down on a ehaat wbioh wa spread
otr with a Die whit eloth.wbil
I drew oflt my boot. So down I
t, when stars of tb ast, I went
plump into a big ggentard pi
I thottght John would die langb
iog, for b aaid had amaabed that
euatard all to thunder, and broke
tb plate right In two.
You aa we hd to be awful quiet
o tbat tba old folk wouldn't bear.
I wa now readv to wet into bed.
ao I pat tba light out and picked np
my boot, tbinkiog to put them in a
mora convenient place, when down
my leg want tbrongh a pipe-hole,
which bad bean covered with paper,
np to my hip.
Now on part of m wa upstair,
with tb longest part was in tb
A my W was ferv Ions it reach.
ed a shelf which wa ooonpied by
dishes, pans, eofTu pots, Ac, and
turning it over down it Vent with a
The girla bad not vet retired and
I could bear them iana-h fit to SDlit
I felt awful ashamed, and was
seated nutit mv heart was in tov
throat, for t expected th old mao
I extracted hit leir from tha con-
fouoded bole just in time, for the old
lady looked into the kitchen from
the room door, and Asked, 'what all
tbat note waa about V
Tha girla put ber off as best tbev
ooold, and I went to bed, while John
waa strangling buuaelf under the
cover to keep from laujhiug Aloud.
soon went into the land of
dreams with tbo hope of wskiag
eariy, i wish 1 could tell you my
dreAuis, but it would take me too
long. Una moment I would fancy
myself by tha aid of Sadie, sipping
nectar from ber heaven bedewed
lipa, and tha next I would be flying
from tha old man, while ha would be
llonriahing his eana over mv head.
I bia all CAin to an end by John
giving ma a kick.
Un waking np and lookins around
i saw John's eyes as bitr as my fiat
while the sun was besmiog in At the
What to do now he could n t tell.
for we heard the old man haviog
family prayers iu the kitchen.
Jobo looked out of tha window
and eitid we could get down over
tba porch roof. "Get out and dress
aa soon as possible," said be.
So in my hurry my foot got fas
tened iu the b id clothns. an I out I
tumbliH, haadforemoat, turned over.
and down the steps until ( struck
tba d Kir, which was fastened by a
Wooden button, and it giving awuv,
out I rolled right in front of tha old I
lie threw np his hands and crie 1.
Lord, save us 1" for be thought I
was tbo devil.
The old lady screamed autil you
could have heard ber a mile.
I waa ao Beared and bewildered
that I couldn't get np at once. It
waa warm weather and I diJu't have
anything on butaehirt
When I beard the Bins sntckerinz
it made ma mad, and I jumped up
and rnsbed out of tbo dour, leaving
tb greater part of my shirt on the
old iron door latch.
Off I started for the barn, and
whan half way tbrongh tha yard the
dog eat up w bowl and went for me.
Whan I got into th barnyard 1
had to ran tbrongh A dock of sheep,
and among tham waa an old ram.
who backed off a little and etarted
for roe. With one bound I ao.tped
bit blew, sprang into th barn, ud
began to ciim np tb log into tba
mow. whan an old mother hen
pounced upon my Ugo, picking thm
until tuoy bled.
I threw myself opoo tb bay, and
after John bad slid down tha porch
into a bogahoad of rainwater, ha
came to me with one of ray boots.
my ooat and on of th leg of my
tie round me completely prostrAt
ed. Part of my eliii t, my bat, one
leg of my paota, my vest, stockings,
oeckue, ad on boot wore left be
1 vowed than anl there, that I
would never wo to ao another, girl
and I II die bafar I will.
Ia 1'ottsvill. John Candy, a littl
fellow, was arrested, charged with
stealing a sled from th front of a
tor. II explained that ha ew a
place of a string in th aids walk and
h pioksd It up. Whan he got hoot
bo was roiioh surprised that ther
wa m sled to on aod of it
An Omaha ball rwoantly raoalved
a pi Mailt of a pair of twantv-foni
button k'.d glove Irttitt on of bar
admirer. Sh wrote him ft letter at
thanks la which h frankly told
him hhad mad gnwl tUukU
th !, hut the had remedied It by
cutting off th ft and only Wearing
' r.'-ji. 9
To4 will a uat b itt)kt knar
MIDDLEBU11Q, 'SNYDER COUNTY,
Stopping in at a grooory store for
a moment I met Captain liinni, tba
owner of a CaHaI boat wbioh is laid
np for repairs at onr town Some
body waa telling about tbo recant loss
of a steamship at sea, and when Cap
Uin Dions hsa a chance to express
bia viWs bs said I
"In ray opinion, all thuds wracks
is caused by ijm)rnde i jnat j ick
aeeedness. Look at me. I've beeu
navigating a veaael nigb on to thirty
years, and I ueVer got into trouble.
I've Carried "The Louisa, of l'n
cadder,' through tho worst storm
that occurred Od earth, aud beyood
basltu' off ber rudder and having
the cook stove sweep' overboard,
she never sbiversd a timber. The
reason is becans I understand my
basin. I doo't soars no more'u
a baby if there' a hurrican a bow
Hn'. "But, Bions.' said Mr. Lamb, 'oil
must remember tbat tb ooean is
more dangerous that tbe canal.'
"Wall, I dontSeS it' replied the
Captain "I don't sea it 1 va heard
a good deal about tbe ocean, but
you can't make me believe it' any
worse than any other sheet of W ater,
Yoti just ruu a tow path across that
Atlantic ocean, and give me my jai
ler mule and plenty of half inch rope
aod if I dou't take "Tbo LttUisa, i.fj know whotbor.l tako tha piper or;
Peocaddtr, and go a swoopiu toinotT Heie . Bill(ealliug to a fiiend
Europe then you may shoot me aod I at the door), kiu any of ojt family
cuop roe up ror cat moat, im sick
of tuib nvet-lnstin' Woin' about the I
ocean. bore is Hi Urinu it out !
Sot up your towpatb and Ml hop the
Lvuisa over io a manner tlmt'U dis
gust it There's bouudin billur that
ever boun led that kiu swami) tho
Louisa. 'I'be Louisa's eota dollar i
bnd a OUarter tiu Ultldl) that'd iHStl
jork the entire Gulf streaiU out of it
in a jiffy and I wouldn't be ranch a-
iraiu w name sow une onto tuat
ram ana ctiucK mm over ana lot
bim swim serous. 7o's tbe mostre
liable aud o loacicntious mule in the
States What's yer Atlaotio Ov'o.io
to bim ? I never seen no sjtii!l yet
tbsl d laze nira. Ite s been jerked
into tbe canal more'u a hundred
times, but out be oomos every time,
just as iudiffdrunt. Tbe only thing
tbat bothers bim is the locka. He s
ao impatient that be dou t like to
wait ' Now, if they could ouly yank
tbe locks out of thoocoao I wouldo t
"You know there are no locks in
tbe Atlantic?' said Mr. Ilmb.
"No locks l Thunder I Yon dou't
mean to say there's no locks in tha'
ocean f How iu tbo iniichief d j the
keep the water on a level t Ao I
where do they e lect the tolls f
"They have do tolls.'
"Well, well 1 ao tolls, no locks !
Why, that niule'd just hist that boat
serosa so qiiick yon wouldn't KuoW
you bad left home. And Is pose
they do not eveu let the wuter out
eveu iu winter like wo do. Why
ook at it and talk to me about it s
being hard and dangerous. Why
it's the awfitlloNt fooliohuess I ever
heard of. When there's trouble at
sea tbe man kin go into tbo riiu'
aud be safe bat on a canal bo it a
man must stand square on deck aud
f use the music.
"At sea there's no obstructions,
but just look at the riika caual bou
bas of goia' over a dam sod bustin'
into kiu'lio wood I At sea there's
oo mnle to git contrary, and to pitch
and kick I aod to want to go np
while you want to go down t there s
no boats to pass aud to wear out
your tow Ubos scrapia their bottom;
there's no dinger of ruouia' sock
agin the bank if yort goaV sleep at
tbebelum i no boys km throw atoues
at yon from the tow-path and cuss
ye and for your aewnokness that
there's so much hnllahnll about
why, I pledge you my word,lbal I've
seen a man get so sicx iu a canal
boat that ba threw np hia b.wl liuin'
befora begot through. Yea, sir!
it's all bo-b,this talk about tbe oot-aa.
W never git uo credit for pluck on
the oaual, but I want yod to nnder
stand tbat it takes more to i nn the
l.onlna betwix here and l'eucadder
then it done to sail ia a steamer to
"Seams to ma's if they ralht car-
ry out that i ls about a tranaAt
lantio tow path like one of them
0 Ileus thraahin' m iohiuaa. Thou a
in nte Could take it right along with
bim over tha Water, and hav soma
tliiu' dry to stan on whi'e he pulle.1
the boat behind him. It kin b
done, and whau v u ulve a mule a
nlianee, if I don t ran tuy bat rga-
Mr from her to Kurope il II lie bo
can I'm too dead to feel any in
terval in tbe etibjpct.'
"George, dear, il 'u't yttu thiuk ii
ia rather fltravagent of you ti eat
butter wiih that delicious jvu t
'No, lov onnoiniL'al i Mm pio ol
bread do for both.'
'What noUalltitte ill (thief hap
pines of your lit f naked a onri.
us Hnu lay enhoxll teacher. Sh
liluahed, aud than r-plied I "It U
titat John has at last de I th day '
A Ksisas dog whidh got drank on
h4 tfkl in whisisv, uo onr
taKWM our the h drtiwuAil him
self la th nvari aMa
lU ntSr tr f t I ii la la fcVt
H Wasn't a Subscrl'jor.
Country editor occasionally have
strange, not to say nominal, expor
iencee. Oua of them ba related the
following, and as the victim can.t
read, it on,t do any barm to print
it notwithstanding lid said it moat
bo kept private, Si it would miku
his subscribers mad.
Tbe editor was siting io his Hanc
turn, whan a Urangur.or tell and Inuk
appearance, entered the door, aud
tbe following c inversttion followed:
Granger Be you the editor 1
Kditor I am, sir i can I be of
service to JOU f
Q. I want to know what you
sent me a bill for t'other day.
E..-Tue bill was sent I presume
to inform you that you ware owing
for the papor. s
Q. Hut I don't tnko ytmr darned
old paper, and a good reason why,
for I can't read nor writ, uor there
isn't any of my family that kin read
or writs, snd when you snnt that
darned old bill I bad to walk a mile
and a half to get a fellow , to read it
E. There must be some tntnUkS,
sir f f you do not take tho piper,
of conrss you will not be rjuiiod t
pay for it. )
O. Mistake I I should think
mere was Lon t von
read or wnto, aod lo they tike this
darned old paper f
This ciippoj the cliia-it. Tho
friend replied that the family ofoio
sai J could not read nud never took
a pitMir. and tbe editor ws cjnviuc,
ed, uotwitlialaudiug the fatuity n uue
had ocaonied a .nMiiin ,m ttl.un nn
hia aiihirintinn liot I ir ia l..a Hu
r w . m M m . '
y oars. An inveati.ition revealed
tha same name, aud while one got
in t piper, tue other got the bill
A,' Thro Yajrself In.
The Sioux City nod Pacific train
stopped at On) an 1 tho smart
rau oo the train leaned out of tho
wiodow and ahouted to a nitive :
"What is tba name of this town V
''Ouawa,' replied the native.
'Una what! queried tbe smart
Patiently the natlvo ropeatod the
uamo of the hemlet
"Do you wautto sell it ?' anked
the stu irt man.
Tbe patient native 'didn't know i
'lowed maybe they'd sell If anybody
wanted to buy it bad enough.
I'll give you tweuty eight cents
for it.' bi I the siu irt man.
The native turnn 1 his heal
thoughtfully on om nid i and conni I
ered the prop mition iu silence, l'i-
nail v he raiae 1 his heal with the air 1
of a man who had aboitt uia 1 up '
bis mind to trade. I
"An" throw yourself ia V ha aked. i"Ut b..ck l li s
The wind iw cioiedo.vn withaUo hi eut.
slam, and as the traiu tuiUed out, 1
thjre waa laughter ia the cir, but I
the smart man conlda t tell whether
it was tne.i'it lor bimiolf or t'.io n i-
live, although he was iuchued to one onk and fifteeo aaplinu' of va
thiuk it was. rioits kinds Thinned that grove
A Candid Opinion
AD droit lawyer, fa.ieu for hi
wise and candid oniui ua. was the
othsr day vi.ite.1 by a young alter.
nev, who e xp'uined t
I ... ..I .llu.l In Ihn .
vears s.'i. and 1 tbiuK I know some-
thiug about law, yet tbe tuiunte I
srUe to Address a jury I forget s!l ,
my Doiuts aod cm say nothing, i
.Now, I want to aak you it Una doeau t
abow lock of oonrideuca In myaelf, ,
and bow eau I overooaie it T
I'be wise attorney abut bis eves
and studied tba case a moment be-
l,.n .ninrinj I
".My yonog mend, ir
it lkoh nf
A man with cuufotter tied a-
ronn I hia waist and a whip iu hi
hand e ill-l at the p ml oltt.si for a
letter, and ( r reaa-m whioh no bu
nan lmin may uu.KmUu t be 'i I
denly drvi led to have bis tvt
blaekencKl, and not pay mora than
dveceiila for thn jolt, either Th
drat boy invite I to Ueirin W oil t.y.k
tool survey of th boots, aud then
I'd Ilka lh job, mir but yon
ea hAvan't liina, Tha sectvUry
f tha Treasury haa ma le au ihM
aall f.lr otttaU Hug dro-twauUwa.
m l I ve sot to go 10 tank.
The wrmd boy had ali.ty pre
oarwd to kneel down whe be rvwha
d tb dlmenaisn of the boot h
'ore hina, au I a liaolf straighten
ing np he aid I
"OimiI fwl llsppninU,L but vow
e I Wss pibted aiwtgnve w wf
1nu tip the atrwet thl M.waia?- end
I'm only heta lo tarty tew thHitand
ixiUtf sUespb ) tWln Wvwh on
I'll s?nd yot nhx aa I a n'
tut (iVe4ntj'--Lok ia tha 1m
oonfi ience in youra.lf it will i Ibiug. maybe, to sr if be w is right . fb AkMI FJ?! b t"S W jr'.d
day vanish, but it If Is lack of bralu ' '' And-h. must bars . wM rrvi
yof, had letl-r sell out your offi,e ' bn .IJ when be did it -h. .etu!!y nuuUJi
HfTts and bnva nickel and a i swallowed Ibe weather cock and . 'r "'.T r no1 P ' V c u'v '
Shsnd od thrr he .luck, whirling .....m l sll '" "' of b.,, fe ,.e v-
"ut how am to determine f nilt wind .truck hie ! IVad I , .?' " ,r
ant ' ilv MkJ Mi. yoon m?n was deadr n M.hiu Vn lun l-
" il bus rtht iicKJ , .wand " l'" ' ' " ' . ,-U"-1: ',y
l d buy tue pica as anyu iw so I . ait,-r k lv" ' r " '
rno my chAnce 1 whispeml tbe J-Allowe.i tue .iiner-C-K-k. t T; l.t
el Advir, AS ha moved over to the i . , ., l,,, li.l .ut.-s fvtiw g-,.
iv sues vuivi'ae i
IVwathttl f a wrJ-TVa t al a
PA., Al'RlL 10,
Tha Falls a.oul Sanl S.iyder.
Ws wr all killing out ca the
pUita In Ironi of UlyU r's storr, sad
Abner ii) ng wa Ihrr. will Ins
legs eH kei up nni'iKtu pout, ant
ItiK eluir tiltrd b ok. D. Murry
l ruunlu Ilia rye dnu n C dil'tin
of i ho ouiimiy ii-()t r, wbvu uu
deniv said :
"Hulloal This i q ie.-rl Why I
nays lu-r that a Ki(lib Cheiuiat
hua S'icc'd'l in ditt illiu Wni-kry
frm sawdu-t I"
'Ibat'a uoiiiing,'' said Abner Dyi'
fl pp'iif bia ibutu i.
' How do you ut'iit notbing 1" ark
vd t be douior.
'U i. it's olJ, awful eld. I koo
that S4rs itf-iw Uld JwUcvrr meoi
"N-, ovr mrt bt n.'
"Wvll, S.uu was a bird drinker
niiiM b ive ram by Any lu 'ens or an.
other, He bad uo uionry and
budy to trust bim or troat imu. So
Sam aoiuehow nn'.-ruiiied iba' wl.i
key unuld bu male m ! naw l ist,
Aud do yun ko iw what h'd do f Ol I m U ctn nnka hnti of
What' flMo litdo room. tn. r-mk l4ii-io'i
'Hr'dgit so drunk otT a fene-1. meal fr rinn over I'll un t in
r.iil and a cfooil saw that b'cunnin little tin pins, hrsi-lps
conl lii't tell a vov tr.i.u a rajar- m it,i'iij n'l tlinir own "ai'di'idm.
cir.d baiu. Pitbim ni'ra woi
le and a uw 'k, u I h i him a-
t'liinnai.il Lulud! iIhvl'ii ijV'IhiK llM
urn vut t'm uiat Ji-hoioiU tui ii J i . '
li you i-ver t.x.d.'- "K.ily tj
V by unu lime his tumily triu to
.kei. Inm so'.er by putliu' bun out
"0 ilia root pud keepoii iiiui Hi t
hi I do you kno'V what Sam di l 1
Got n hoy to ti a wn-h hoilor and
lour fact l lead iipe to a atrnu. a J
.u fihed 'ciu up ami iu thrieJf
b ' bud turned ev'iy shinili
onck ails, tmi l.c ti ll thr ng'i
tliegim tii su -h a fruitful conoi-
t oo of inio.tii'aii in tlat they had t
give him clet'tii boi-k Irom utbri-
two ceil Uttry to briiift lum lack to
coiisciniini'S. ' t"a th'y are nving. I
Youknw that to be a faot, do Woen an oil ruiil trsvels aha
yu f j takes a aaid vich. a piece of pound-1
, O rtin!.V i t wss ib"e. Why, cak. a Wittln of leraonado in a han 1 j
'hat m io anioirrd a prlert-Doe lurbak t an. lunches comfortably in
liq tor mad I rota aod, and free j the caning. I
"s, to my eertaia kuowK-lg', hr When an old bach el ir travp'a de
' nieiiisp itu lou c Diti -o of, orders a dinner in o .uraea at the j
dtillfl pie boards nJ potato main- titin. and raw bcine he has
are. He drank up four vt id e'l.ii"-
! 's : aod mie Fouith ol July wiimi
i'lin wile t:oppt'J hi iirtruc'inu ot
1 the fnrnirare. lie C')lehrts I Hip dy
! by rallinj iu three i fo ir lri n 1 to
n.h a new kind ur ent-rjetio tr.inly
' Ihut he had jul raidooatof Win -
i iW S'
, oiinbi1 foop Drink I :
Why sir, I p'ed y my jr I uy j
Ur In hinjle wnnei' drtnk up a j
auH D in -, t' rei- wa-u-i u" no i
II front door. N' itbin cold no,i
'llilll 14 llAf. lilt Lllll Ulll'J.
h pieter donrstjc
There wt wo.vla
h'.u.o t but belimjrd
Ssm'd isj nut th T'
' He .lid'i't.
i r ii klu i 1 1 mw
eo'jl I ift. mil in ti e.ir. h
had atimulated hi avatein with ei.'ht
clieatiiut tree, four pruuuin,
i out so tint bis nnot couldd t reut
jittopcme pattienl 'early broke
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Bl.u lw..l il tuBMi H fflltlrwlh Slta.ait1
ibe PrtkhtteriitD church
.""".' "- "m
could turn O'tt au article lhai'd
bear a reseiubUtica, oinebo.
old app'a brandy Jut-er, wnn ! it f
Hut the mau was n it exactly r:n'ht ;
his mind was dimta&oxl. So oue
night be wot ou the roof of the
with a ladder to steal tbe
Wbea be g"t there I
bow it was bill th ilea
sitiutd t trika hua ti tMte ir.a
"Well. lht a.u 1 half e.v bard lo
awallo a your wjjIj yar-u
Yon dou't d ubt rat vartriiv. I
hop f aa I Abnrr Y.ol do 1 Wrl!.
if you harr a qnattrr alvnt jO'Mt
ill a dliu ivy vmudrvl feeliue I
iiily nt a
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Hvr.it i.ft th litvu. au I
4iknl aaior lolhnvt tavern mm
4 Nlut ii 'po Hint III
uii:hl ijiv hi ervlit
iViaura V.4 A.tr
I trnbt im will bw tteeUvm.
he sal.t. iu a.iU rddlow, .
intrii wilt mvdrMr.'suJ ah
till yt attenher Mlw. J
II te dvad now. He . A gw I
.1 V tie hl bearvt tf Ia.ama as I
oow the vivvl dcs liokw.1 bos Amt
le tiled lo lick a bnes saw S-ih
As AMa.lr ttS s, whpv4
bill KAgbahi iw rwaA make 4
siefwtha let theMi vf h awl
teAted oflV A I ndlAl, "ll
aw water faa aeWp "
1 Rasitwckv vsrkre KM el a
r4Hy sxtb.w vrb has tsw eat wwt
eide tib iwajsAk asjaaav
Old Na'Js And Old Bty ort.
Old maids ar aocful. Tbnv rah
Ar)k, sew. and Uk rare of rdiiMrp n.
nnre bitfk people, sod gt'tisrnllr
ptny (lie piano
Old U mhi'lors are mkpUm. Tlift
h ti.it etm know boW to dills uaiN
or Xplit Wood.
Old mtids ere amiablo. If one
wants anything done tht requires
pstiin(t and kindness of hfart A sin
je lady is sure to be lib obe to do
Old baoliflors Mf i'l neUuul
riio v dnairel to be aa dia tMiirini? a
posnllili. amlb fhlldiwn. i1..iie li
hies and bite vmlng mothers, ali i
are KIHVS so buily nipl its t in
wing that othr poopU bike co.l
cur tf thpra that tlmy have hot a
iiiiiltit to ulve lo any nnn flun
Old nml U are vt v nire-lo-ikln
ilncl vnry "voting f.tr tbir ysara."
O'il lini'helora tfnuefrt'lv ' llrtV
noai-s. -U)MrtiLiirt in their khts.
lild henU. Mid mouths that turn
down At tho lidruern
Oil biifhidors nfl an army of ,
tlllorw. wiitnr. c '!;. dial int. r-
l,lti nn- ll ll.il l ln H.ir.1, l,l Lnnn '
ihprti c imfort.til j
W ni'ii old mnids nro ill tliPvlIe;
up !)! ir Iiph Im in p-wkcth'indker
chiefM. take bomoiutMi! pfllrts out
ifthott i IviUles. alloiiutf'ly, and
got Hull a"ain
Wh'o ol I lvh1ora are ill ilipy go
to bed and n 1 for four d.tftura '
have a consul s'lon t a inanllHpip(i
full of lilnck IioMIp ad thn aniinhle !
itiirrie 1 men who hnlcni to the clnb
J to ait op ith thm at tiiiht.be
, i Ips a hired nurse ; hy telograph
to their retitiinn. and do their bet
to imprea tbe .fi t With the Idea j
not time tn est beftro the 'fi'tpen
1 min ites for rpfrelinjetit" ars
; heu an old ran I leave tbm
sphere of a"ti n aha straight wv I
j .in the white-ro1'! hot, but i
with a crusty old bachelor it a
'little raie I
Mistake A B g Mistake.
A voun ' man who think he can
lea la ieckle aa 1 prt.di-rsfs life
uutil he btfC 'ino a ir.id l!e aee I man.
and then repent An 1 in ik? a gool,
atfa.ly citizen, ia d-lull Me
think the people ate fools si 1 l--titute
of memory. He endu.lp
that if he rnt erer.ib.'.v si!!
f irget that he w is a .l.!pi?t) l ft'
low. Thi ia not tb C- i j-nV
renenb-r vo ir nil d-U an I f-r
git voiir lhkvI one. ItrsiJe. it i
no e.ir thins to break in middle
life b.il ha'it that have baen form
el in vonth. When a hote cou-
tra-U tbe habit of bailiioj
rmllv reta na it tbriagh life
will often perform n m;h till
Ilia Whpala d int.v a .1pd hnie and
then he stop and b ill btfi jit
. . Il u aiili l ,r. arli.t f - t rx.! I t
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bU'iU. 1 nev will s-nn-tiUifS Jea
off their bl tnek anl l wU
enough notil thsv rvtaro to lbir
Old uarll viin av o'il who evu-
traft Ibe bo.1 bab-.t of drnr.kensa.
o t one io evrr bdiWl di a
e.br mao. Tbe U-st y t-t trttk
abaihabitis dimtIi ntra,-tit
Tie only way t prvDt drnokeo
oess is nver to dnck
me toisi a-ei' iv . . . ,
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lt,.ttero l5 aud IS-.' if '
.f the I'oiel tair cue tas
loabvl till tie ftvlMut
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TWOiPtM.LIttS I'KH ANNt'M. V
ni;& vitltin y mrititbs . Hi.Ji,"i.iit
pui.t wllhlti tl. yi'itr. for!!!t die
clitilii'id ut.tii all nmariirM sro
piiid i;nliS t the rptiou of the puo
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P.tV.tliLM Jit AbrA.NCC.
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IERT A. WOLFLlUt,
Saddlof and Earned
Cenirevili, Snyder County, fenna-
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