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Apr. 11-lyr. BABUOmi ? HAM!'
PO E TIC AL.
TUL OI.DIl?. LOVE.
>. ew t? thy ?vaitin?; arms
1 acaae, aiy uldcu lora,
a? oft ?mi ott la Brate
Oaceaaor? t'.iy ?ootbiu;, cb?rai?.
Ag?ia*t thy faithful brrait
1 ;?.?%?? ray artilng. l.row ;
A letheao'aolao? new
? - ?>:? ise, ?nd I rast.
All ?hadewlng Of r?Kr*t
F ir wliat ha-i bei'?, n:u t be,
All pain, all car?, in tbee
I'll far ? while fer.'M.
??/era? siuil b? our?,
lint ?ilenc? calta na? dee?),
I.ik? thai ?bea whit? stars ke?p
ataa threagb midnight hour?.
s.i mat*!?/, b\eet, tln.ult share
My barden? iriund long i>rov?il,
I.eag f l)?.'istied, and long loved ?
My .l??r old easy chair.
Robert BranilfSB? Ulli.
Mii.isn i.AWYKK's STORY.
It had been a bus*/ day with me. I
had been working bard getting op evi
dence In :i railway accident case, aud
was putting up my papers with a siga, of
. Another fort}- minutes and 1
should be at home. I could almost
the boiled capon and oyster sauce
which I knew were being prepared for
me. 'There's many aslip'twizt the cup
and the lip,'says the proverb; and in
:n\ case it proved only too true; for
just as I was tying up the last bundle of
pap< I -. the cilice bay put his head in at
the door and dispelled the tempting vis
?A woman to sec yen, if you please,
Bir. She won't give no name. Says
?A stranger!' I repeated. ,What is
she like? 1? she a common person?1
lXol exactly, sir,' replied the lad.
?A lady?' [asked.
?What :- she. then?'
Arthur paus? d, as if considering, and
then, with a look of intelligence, as
much a. to say that he had hit the nail
en'he Ik in' this time, lie answered:
'Well, sir, she's a sorl of betwixt and
'Not a bad definition, Arthur. A?k
I twixi and between'up-stalrs.'
'A tall, middle-aged woman entered
and took the scat I placed lor her.
My visitor removed her gloves and.
carefully smoothing them, placed them
? She then pro?
duct*.1 from her pocket a large foolscap
I om which she drew a piece
;? folded longways. This she
I tu me, explaining, in o hard.
monotonous voice, that she had been
sent to nie by her master, Mr. Robert
Bramleigh, oi Celeman street, who was
dangerously ill?in fact,was not expect?
cd to liv? many hour?. The paper, she
said, had been written by his direction.
..red by him for his will that af?
ternoon. Fearing lest it should not be
in a proper form, he had desired her ta
take it to the nearest lawyer and have
one prepared according to the law.
! unfolded the paper and read as fol
In the name of God, Am. o. I leave
ly to the ground and my soul t?
Almighty God who gave it. Now this
is t!i" will cime. Robert Bramleigh, of
D street. I-'ve and have
all my hou money and every?
: have, to Hannah Churton,
my he . :i? a reward for her
hlul services, bigned by
me on Tue day, December 12. 18C8.
Witnesses?James Burn, Margaret
I examined the writiag carefully. The
ture 'Robert Bramleigh;' was weak
and shaky. The will itself was written
in a masculine-looking hand of singular
on and baldness. The characters
were large and well-formed.
The will had evidently been prepared
by some one who had had but an im
perfect knowledge of the form to be us?
ed for sacha purpose. The solemn ap?
peal te the Dlety and the bequest ol the
tor's body and soul was an old
farm, mach in vogue with eur grand?ta
. who generally headed a will with
one or twa pious phrases.
The documentshown to me was, how?
luflkieat to give Hannah (.'burton
all Mr Bramleigh's property.
Nov.-. I am always very particular
about wills; I thing they arc too serious
to be settled in a hurry. I never will
allow a client to execute one until I am
convinced that its purport Is perfectly
"Vou are Mr?. Churton, I presume ?' I
?I am,' she replied, looking me ua
flinchingly in the face. Somehow I felt
suspicious that thiags were not so fair
a- they should be. I questioned her
rather closely; but the. only admis-ion I
could get from her was that she had
written the will, bnt that it was at her
Masters dictation. I ofl'ered t? pre?
pare a more formal document; but be?
fare doing so, I declared that it was nec
? I should sec Mr. Braraleisrh. I
liaised the on?is?iou of the appointment
of mi executor. This seemed rather to
nonplus her, She asked whether she
could net be named as execatrix. The
more aversion she. showed te nay seeing
her Mottet the mure convinced I felt
that someting was wrong; and, seeing
that 1 was not to be moved from my
purpose, she at last gave in; proposing,
however, that I should accompany her
hack, as she greatly feared it would be
too late if luft till the morning.
A cab SOM took us to No. 5M' Cole
man street. It was a large, gloomy,
old-fashioned house, with a spacious en?
trance hall. I wa? taken into the din?
ing-room and asked to wait while Brant
leigh was being prepared lor my visit.
The furniture in the rooai was old and
very massive Bl ase handsome oil
paintii. Um walls. I am very
foud of pictures, SO, nlttfag the lamp. I
walked around the room slowly inspect?
ing them. On the right of the fireplace
I came upou a picture with its fact
turned towards the wall. I turned the
picture. It was the portrait in oils ol
young and viTV bcantliul girl la a da
riding-habit. Hearing footsteps outsli
IIm door, I restored the picture to tl
position in which I had found it. and :
I did so I saw written at the Lottom
the frame 'Magdelen Bramleigl .'
The footsteps I heard were those i
the housemaid, who bad come t? RI
nsunce that Mr. Bramlelgh wa
tose me. I followed her
wasoshered into a Ian,
looking bedroom. A cheerful -
ed in ihn grate. Facing it wi
four*post bedstead bong with white cui
tains, and at the head sf
Churlon wa- standing, ?
ble in front efber.on whi
acinkstand and some papi r. She pul'.'
back the curtain and I saw an t
propped np by pillows his fa
and tho eyes very much unk. ! a
most feared that he r gens t
make a will, but after speaking ivil
him for a little time 1 fell itisflcd Hi
intellect was quit?
Taming ts Mrs. Uharton I
that she need not wait; 1 wi
I should want anything.
'Yes, go?go, Hannah!1
sick man; and I fancied that I ceulddi
tect the eagerness In hit \
desired her absence rather
presence. As Mr-. Charton
room I caught slght|of the rc-fle
her face In the glass over the
piece, sut I do not thinl
have scowled quite so mi
kaown that I
asking Mr. Bramlcigh what -
with regard lo to h
tone lie told m ; to leav
everything to Hannah I
hoasekeepi r, as a rowa
and faithful servie? s.
I ?poke gravely ! - man, ?il
but at last I gel him
had ha*l no intention 11
housekeeper his tele hell
had herself bn
She certainly n
agree to such .. ? I
Mr. Bramh ij
property te i ?
rely in trusi
Tolanteered, although I '..
siou to the trouble ai
a trusteeship, my i i
this purpose. My
I!. assented, ?
cordingly, the old ma I.
his medical ia:m. 1 ir. U i
be nominated as my co-tr
an an mi
rill veryi art
tog asi did
finished lie mutl
quite right; but I am .
not to mention it to her, -
i eiai i to ? iti .'? him,
lunging Ihe bell, !
Churlon to ?ufara
as they were in <'?
tuest before him, i
that all mighl hear: bTI
just read to you is your dual
you request Jarm ??Hi i
Sim? to witu n youi ?
'It It -J do,' he so'ei
two awe stricken dornt
theirs, and I think tin ii
more man I
tea was a silent s]
?f this; bin l could not
she stood in the ba
light of the lanin.
Before allowing ...
room. I placed the will i
lope. Fastening it with wax, I irai
ed with Mr. Bramh i
and crest by means of a >eal
on the tray of tha Ink m ,
man watched me ele selj u i
had finished, he said: lK
wanted;' thus relieving ?ur- i
embarrassment, for I did nol
it in the power sf Hannah I
she should tamper with it.
On our way down stain Dr. II un- ?;.
told me that hi rapidly
sinking, and thai I whether
he would live another twenl -
hours. Taking him into the d
room and shatUfl
my suspicion- of the !:
that I full afraid of leaving Mr.
Icigh alone with her all night. He
agreed with me. and promit
hit assistant to watch till the morning,
when. il'Mr. Bran
living, he would on his own
bUtty place a trustworthy
charge. Tho now ek i p i
door to let us out.
'It. is all right, Mrs. Charton,' 1 mali?
ciously said as the doctor wishi d h ir
gOOfJ Bight. 'I am qui'
The will will be safe in my 1..
Hy-the-by, 1 added, lei lorply
in the face, 'had you not betl
master's Mends knou of the danger be
Isiof Dr.Bamsey says hu doi
think he will last Ion;'.
She mumbled something .u
I could not catch what It wa . |
stayed talking upon iaditTen nl -;;
to while away the time until the arrival
of Dr. Bamesy's assistant. Mr. i
ton, however, was, unlike bei
inarkably reticent; I could oulj get the
sbertesla replies from her. I
vary mach astonished and rath
pleased whoa Dr.
with his assistant, ile explain* d
that although there was no chai
?aviaa hi.*, patieat's life, ; ? I
nosaeats might be all
?attendance : and then lilm*
sell could not *uy all night, he bad
brought his assistant for thai pui i
In one's cxperieiii'f of mankind we
fiud that it is pos?ib!v to be somi
too cl? vi. Mrs. Hannah Chi
. : \ clever, hut she committed
great mUtakea, The Drat was m
suiting a lawyer. The will drawi
it really had been?n
a the ground of ui
inl!n Mice. I say "might have b<
nothing so hard to pro*i
undue influence. The great *
her was the ousting of a ?
r afa stranger.
nkc number two was as foil
lia ! .'one up stairs torn
nl li aying me standing in
hall with the housekeeper. Fumb
? pulled out a m
; thrusting these into
laid me that it was her i
it I should take them
my trouble. I unrolled them,
found two for ten, and one for
pounds. Twenty-five pounds!
?I experience has tai
I in all dealings with doul.
one's safety lies in bavin
-. [ waited till the dot
ail ?, occupying myself
entering the numbers of the natei
I.e.. doctor,' I cried as he app
ed. ?hewing him the note?. ']
igh is a liberal paymastei
Turning to Mrs. Churton, I said: '1
will amply repay me.'
Retaining the note for five pour
rned her the other two.
ora me without sayiaj
look "iras over
. 1 tllil ? to suspect t
unit Bight, 1
th ta doue, and o \t
died tli;'' nexl mo
k. Soon afler I I
llena, in wh
malned till shortly before
? was a rally. 0?
- with an ca?" r look, a:
?i ii nom? thing, he threw r
the coverlet, and cryii
bade him thole
in tl .' dread court whe
? unknown. Guilty
Who ?.ball say.
? ?k pb on :'. I
? an engagement prevented t
Fing. Mi-. Churton b
g that I wolud atte
. which Still remained
'?? tlie one drawn
!.uu--n ;i little all
and v..i? at once taken in
-. .in. where I found E
. Kir. Rebson (a brother pi a
.i a band lome youagfcllo
introduced to meas Lleatena
Mr. Bramleigh's so
..i. and a young la.
. li uid not require any Intr
tl m-- that she was tl
. ? portrait, ?till with i
' cantiful, notwiahatandii
.;? *? and the lea
eyelids. S ? iicrself b
. id standing bet?n
ii on the back of tl
i had closely followc
n Ma?laml into the room. Si
was dressed in deep mourning an
wore a Mack cap.'.luis offering a marke
'?' Mi?. Maitland, who wa
dress rather travel
>. ir? ntlj ?he bad no time t
i lily palled forward
the housekeeper. Taking i
?:; with a cold "Thank you.' sh
il at the and of the table, direct
i.. . Very stern and fot
In her black gat
metits?her features immovable, he
n sting on bur knees.
I was about to unseal the envelope
?the will, when Lieutenant
?Cue moin.nt. if you please.' he sail
and on mv arm. 'Befen
ii r.ad. I wish to say a fee
. ChurtOB tells me that Mr
her everythiag un
: illy, I simply wish to ex
n Urn. bellel that Mr. Bram<
1 igh could only have been induced tc
in:,'.;, such n will by unfair and fou
8. Although I have been the
of an estrangement betwcti
r and daughter, I cannot think
' tar fillet his lore let
a strip her of everything. It is
my intention, for her sake, to contest
ind it la with this view that
I tny old friend. Mr.
in. to be present to-day as my
legal advlsi r.'
Hi? frank, manly face was flushed
with bou .i-nt a?, leaning
ovar tin hack of his wife's chair, he
look her lite, between his hands and
lit. 'Por your sake?not mine.
I !.. aid him whisper.
1 read the will slowly arad distinctly.
It wa . \ ? ry rdMrt? Save the annuity of
c'lit te Hannah Cbnrrton for life, every?
thing Dr. Barasey and ray
In trust for llafdalen Maitland, to
'. m her as we in our tlisere
; t'.on should think.
bmanl is a mild word to ex
lelinga of those present, nor
will I attempt to do ae. Mv tale lies
H tunan (burton. Btarting to bar
ihe pa bed tho ?hair from her. and
biog out on ; ?un?, gave utterance
ni of Invective. The
Veil wa- lift ??!. an I the in1
nu tu's nature ?t..ml
I had feared?
Unrein liai of the bounty of but ton
her Ufa in bil ?el-vice !
tiagdalen Mail land covered her cars
; ? i hand?, to shut oui the hard
words. Her husoand led her toward?
the door; but ITanuah Churtoo iuti
eepted them, Tearing her cap from li
head, she threw it on tho ground befo
the frightened girl.
Tremple eu it!' she cried, ?u
frenzied voice. 'Your father'
hasno right Id wear it!' I must mini
that she looked grandly tragic as sh
declaimed these iarcc words. I fe
half sorry for the poor defeated ,;?<?;
Nine years have passed since thei
and Mi>. Maitiand declares that thei
are 'silver threads among the gold
The cares of a young family hav
somewhat married lar good look
but they wii! appear again in m
little god-daughter Magdalen, wh
promises to rival her motherin beauty
-? .?? ? - .
Gelnf inte Bankrupt*?.
Mrs. Boggs is indignai because hi
husband won't jo intobankrnptcy. T
his inquiry, why he should do s
reported as responding:
'Everybody who is anybody ?
bankruptcy now-a days. Our neigh
hors are gettieg the start of us. Hi re1
Soggs, whs lives across the sir -
in the list to-day. Xow, we hav
lived iu this town a good deal longt
than Soggs has. Why couldn't yo
have got your name in tlic papers a
well a* he I"
'I don't wan't my name is i
in that way.' said Boggs.
"That. the way ; always behiu
everybody el-e. We never could hoi
our own along with our u
'Nonsense.' cried Mrs. 15. 'Don'
the Squlggse*, who went Into
raptcy last Sommer, live just ?is wci!.
nsta little better, than befer
how I feel that We are under -
cloud now. People look at us much a
to say, 'Tliero's something the matte
with the Hogg---.'
P.<j_".:-. however, refuses to the Indig
nation of his wife wrm ?,i.>m.. ..,,-..
ihcn yen wou't become a bank
rupt to maintain nur social ;
Then 1 give you dun notice that I ?-!:.;!
receive er make no I I (thai
give up our pew in church and take Hi
children out of school. 1
the housc.give out that we are
the country, and we will all live in Hi
kitchen. If we can't do Ilk
of folks and be somebody, thei
use trying to live.'
A.COUT Bomb I'm i : i
man who is icrupulously polil
spectful to all woninn in public I'll
habitually saves hi. coarse ssanner
and vulgar language for hi! wife an.
daugbtei i nUemaa. Ii
an Impester. The young man who o;l
his hair, puts sweet odors upon hi:
pocket handkerchief ami bow- witl
charming elegance to Miss
spriggius and her lady friends and gee:
home to sneer at his moUier, and tree
h?r with familiar discourtesy, Is ;
pinchbeck Imitation euly ofn gentle?
man, i . iod manni I
gentle breeding should begin at hoaie
As a rule the raen in a community win
are the most trusted are the men a
home. When a man opens his from
gate, only in me t his l ? * at tlu
door radiant with pleasure and
the shout ?Voai the eager ch i.
"Papa is coming!' it'.- safe as a ruli
to lend that man money. He is hunesl
and will repay it ii he can.
?ill Bn?ed to Death.'
About nine o'clock yesterday morn?
ing a boy ran up toa policeman stand?
ing on Monroe avenue, am! called oui
an excited voice;
'Come on?come down I
'What's the row. bo) ?' calmly ?a
quired the ollicer.
'Man busted all to death down hers!'
'Pes'r! He drank two glassed ol
soda water, and busted ap like a biler!
I stood right there ami saw the whoie
'Now, boy. you -? e.t. k an
you are nat mistaBea,' said lbs o
'If there's a dead man there 1'
down. Seeifthecoronor is theie, end
if any sneers are around.'
The boy ran back, and afl 5r sein,' ab?
seut about five minutes he retornod ata
slouchy gait and exclaimed:
?I got the facts a little mixed. The
fellow called for two g:a*-es ot soda.
put 'em away as last as he could, and
then didn't have any money le pay. I
thought the soda busted him up, but
'iwas the soda man who did it. He
baaled oil', ami he drew lack, and lu
shut his jaws, and be bust d that stran?
ger in memory of '7ti. He Just cam- to
his senses as 1 got there, and he's roll
log his eyes arenad and ? licking out ids
tongue andnswteading thai he's made
nine eenis out o' the performance.
You'd better go down and draw him ?a
Religion and money ore more
related than main people think. It
your religion amkrs you feel bin
your money as well as your sympathy
it is safe to conclude that you have
been thorouglv converted, but if it
makes you feel like giving yea* -vm
pathy and keeping youi money you had
batter try, try again.
'?'list la holiness'/' risked a i
when exar**tlaing the children in one of
our ragged s?heols. A little urchin
spoke better than be knew when !
piled, "I'h'a'c. vom r',\
'What do you knew about the
prisoner.'' asked the judge. '1 don't
knew nothin' haul' him, jedge, only
he's lugote-l.1 'Bigoted.' said hi?
honor. 'Yes, sah.' What do you
mean by 'bigoted;-' 'Well, ledge,' ex?
plained teal witness, 'he knows too
much foil ono ariggah, and not nuff fob
[Krem th-Wav?rl. y ??'?(-::.
topabliUlea of Warnen.
women. Occasionally we cu:..
are both willing and anxl
the front thoaa of ox win
they recogaiza in tjicm the taboi
of power and gei
Not loa middle
lI doi .. think abei
kit until my hu
I0W I leave a
for my .; out any thin:
i my name to
pap? r, not oven for twenty?fli
it help admiring tl
id in bet husband,
her husband. -Tli
that thi be expected ?
them, ai . it try. There
, they d
whether it is in I
hing had . v?
her, anal her.
faculties -1 at Ik
' ??re dor mar
.. !? no
? rust upoi
. cea to
i to cnui
ly?and at th
equal cautl ? the faul
i;ers. For i
. eut to !o. '
marry miles of thci
"v ?pend tbi
brewing and With ?it
education that rarely admit?
s-onv- h and arbitrar,
? women in tin
by bringing religion t<
? bear up ? and thi
?!'ieu a ked whether tin
; pursuit ol literature by women was no
merKapatlbl i fall and cbeerfu
?nuance of b<
! iiutiaa? Tb
Bjtultl ' ?' desean
M irration, am
at the tame time, practically en?
log intellectual | ! the slow
but steady withering o? the reasoainj
Thus did men in by?. . ftron
their so fan? ight o
supe:' - upen themselves it
te woman'? Bph? an an
tmption of power upon
par:. at right to
lay dowa ? ? maxiaia for
worn the great fact
, and !ml ?1
menu ? and
that a 1 from ?ach.?
Had they :
enlarj ' ?
. a more p irfect roll
of ni ' !! 'bai
shown ;n tl ?'
and a host
wisdom an n Mslpenscaa the
in Juno the don. -
allj The different cbar
u 1 vigor?os play afall
ili women di aw
But ii ?
mau we would refer, lor in I
WOfoea move upon nobler and
jed principles : her pecallaY
talent? are near sunloreaUy at-know
i to complain 0* not boiag un
? I. Neither are
we in sympathy with lb -o-tftllnd ad?
vocate?. ! i 'W ime? a* we
think i Hannah Moore
covered Hie abjeeC, when she
Womtti in I i of act "mi
rcle than that of
! men, but the perfection et a circle can
not in its tifa
rectmss.' What we wish 1er \
' is. that Ihej recognize i'neir capal
l for a higher and tni-r life, te clay
make ?se et a more lib." '
Advereiaemente will be laaartad at O? Bollar
l-er ?/] iiare of tan Un**, or leu, far Uta ftret laaar
Uod, and SO cent? for each iubeee.aent Innrttoa.
Dille?? the number of ituertlon? be marked ?poa
the manuscript, It wlH be pnbll*b*4 OBlU iorbtt
md cliarf ed accordingly.
M ia the local colman will be laeertede
tea eema, mm i..;, , i,ajii lnaerttoo.
Advertisement? for three monto* or longer wlU
be lu i et led at lo war' rate?
than she has been iu tuehabit.of reteiv*
iug. Let them realize the fact that it is
a duly they owe their Creator and
themselves lo bo all they can be, to do
all they can do, and while as Dr.
Oldbata saya, 'Sci-sors and needles are
holy implements, ?h'ut-raaking sacred,
and steckmg-mendiiig divine.' yet
neither those things nor the gaycties
and frivolities of a fashionable life
.should ever satisfy au immortal soul.
Women should industriously cultivate
all their mental faculties; their reason?
ing powers should have free and
vigorou*. pcfecttce ; tiiey should retain
their own individuality ; think and
reason ter themselves, audthusbc en?
abled to exert both morally and in*
tellectuallyan intluence not inferior ta
that sf men : and in the words of
Csriyls we would urge upon them to
remember that 'Lifo is uo idle dream,
but a solemn reality, and all that they
have to centrent eternity with; work
then like a star, unhasting, yet un
A woman who says 'uiy love,' and
?my dear,'ami'my sweet pet,' to her
husband In public, and pulls his hair, in
A young man who is studying stetig?
id tells you ' the quantity of liq?
uor there was In '70.' and quotes vs
luraineusly about rtfiucd tallow acd
prims butter, etc.
A woruau o?' i;reat intellect, and a
young lady at supper who wishes to go
? man who i? perpetually boasting of
. .rile old brandy that has bei a
l iu bottle,' and givii
you nothing bat bad whisky.
A. woman of fifty years of age wfco
Ilka a girl of nineteen.
A woman who drops her pocket hand?
kerebief every five minutes at an eve?
niiu company, in order to test the gal?
lantry ot the gentlemen.
An ?id fallow who is always retel
I a cenital thin-* he heard live?
?? ) '
An old play goer aba wilt ^^ >w?
'?. a single actor left.'
i who l.iiss.eii better days, a.^
will recollect the time be had thiruea
differ? at ?oils of wine ou lus table, and
ki pt lus horses and French ceuk.but no
one carea thai ter him now?the that
? map of the Angers.
A man who gives s dinner party, asd
lo bis (ruestSi 'Veu see
A woman who is always talking about
d maid who deubts, during
. "II you could love madly,' and
ask, 'What is year beau ideal o'
sd t passion f
A yaong man who quotes Latin at a
social party, ami proposes healths and
leasts; or a German at the opera win?
hums all the tunes, overture and recita?
tions, stamps his feet and takes snuff.
A faded coxcomb who talks of h.i
atea with 'the dear creatures.'. *
? man died from lack ol proper nedr*
tit in Brooklyn, who had money In
live savings banks.
The is no more implacable enemy.
than he who feels he has wronged you.,
and no mere unhappy man than sm-m?".
Many people re gard religion as very
:v when oue is dying, and ter?
ribly intrusivs and in the way at all oth?
er i.ys -.
The quiet fellow iu the corner who
lets his rivals do all the talking general
lv marries the girl.
".'here will always be mere or less ex
c.tMiieut in the household that posses?
ses a cat and a back fence, or a peer p'.
auo and a good healthy girl.
( ?Id Deacon Dobsoo always boasted
that he was -prepared for the worst,'
aud his neighbors thought he got it
wh u be married his secoud wife.
A Newark g:r: hastened the depart?
ure of a young gcntlcmau caller see
evening by remarking, as she leok'd
out ef the window:?-1 think we shall
Contempt of a ??an is the sharpest
reproof, bul it is hard to break a wo*
Galth in a rolling-pie.
Do as the preach' r Miyelh, not as he
doeth. er you may bring up in the peai
aj a, \I.s?..h.id her lover
arrested for beating her, and then went
to the jail and married him.
'Hoys.' ?aid a nchool teacher, 'know?
v MB - without seeking.?
i p:u there?,' and as he shot flj
(rom his seat like a jack in a box, h-l
offered a reward ot uve dollars for thip
br?y who stuck a pin there, and enr off
the boys held up his hand and said the.!
teacher was wroag. He had no know* -
of tliatpiu in his chair, had not
; it. and yet it came.
? ?W-?8a 8 ?
I'd ?ike you to help me a little,' said
B tramp, poking his head Into a country
-'ore "Why don't you help yourself?
sai.l the proprietor, angrily. Thank
you: I will^^?id the tramp, as ha
? up a bettle of whisky and two
leaves of bread, and disappeared.
Tapa.' asked a little ?ix-year-old
<Ja'i>*hier of an up-towa physician,
?wasn't Job a doctor*' 'I nevar heard
teat ho was. Why?' 'Because m?same
said the ether day she dide'i ?ink you
liad any of the patients of ?fob .'
| Mr. r-tnith is be-ld t0 hav? ni? J?*??
UievUe. ?->?****** ?early in front of a
? .? train ihr; other day, and Im
>' i at if ?he had gane ? ?tap fiutker
mother'"'11 "^ ''aVC had * ,teI*