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Those liui.l mi'l wicked Hillsdale men hnvo
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Thorn.' divi'Miltiil pi w at on of tin; slu II, l.y lnvo of
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Those iron-muscled, iu.'goil-iiiwlng Hillsdale
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ruii'" t lie Nt ii,
AIm) tin' liikm mill rlvnlM no why ciuipljtit
tlioy let n lie?
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ooini' Inrif to InTolvo us In iinnc'vnriitvy
mi vi iri'?
We'll sweep from out our wnfiiha dy pronoiin-
'iiiuif nto, llii'ii,
Thosu Vniiki'o-iniihclfd, Inconvenient IlillmlHlo
It's t'omiinf to i) jiH-i tty paiiNK It weully in, In-ill-oil,
When wHees ni t' (leclili liy the paltwy tcHt of
Wheu Mitli, iin'l ff inl pttnininence, ami Iille-
nes. vim know,
Are all forgotten. Just hoi auc theilooBi dcii'ls
ran row !
Tbe wlnnit: (our, I fanry, must come from
the upper ten.
Tell lbee unpiitHK lun, VHtikec-hiftilod Hills-
ilalt' men !
Thoo-tli(.-e-nw potuaus In tho West, who
Miy tin y know ttu crew,
And vouch fur them from l arlvyotith as tielng
Ktwals'ht hii'I twue.
Are well enough- nw-in their way, but, taken
llit mi l IllU't,
No crow (linulil in nk as amateurs who row bo
ilimoeil 1 mi -1 1
There Ifn'l any coiulorl In tlrct-class rcK'altns
Wc'ri'tiothcriMl tiy the bolil and wicked Htlln
Those nthnh F.imli'-ti rnwnh", (.'hawles, that
wi' h to liax i' their ;iy,
And claim that they cunsiiliih thl8 I not tho
Must know Hun we're the ju.lrn In Ruch mat-
iali, tienr and fn r.
And chief 1. 1 nil, you liuuw, I ause.youknow,
we Hay n e me.
Sn wc ih rule ili eideilly to liunille homo attain
'J'hone tai iJi il roiiiK, Ineoiixcnient IUIIbiIiiIo
in i ii :
Thry will tint rlown-thi-te fi llnh". rhawles
the chiinip nn-liip they elaiui,
And all the world hiciiii luiekliiK tlu'tll, and
callitiir ut. to lilituu ;
po now they're worried out mid ifono, lt'8 best
for tlH to Siiy,
We'll rank them ail iisaninteiiiH, provided they
(.Since we ( annul ut nroiiuil lt wo will tin ot
with picii-iinh, l hcu,
Tbone vewey iropali Kelillemen, the llillHdnlo
W'JI.I, Caiii.iton, In Ilaiiier'u Weekly.
TIT TOR TAT
Outing a riirting Lover.
"Wltat arc you tiiinklnjr about, Jes
sie? You biive not utttTt-J u syllable fur
at loast five ininiitf.s." ,
Jessie Miller lookoJ nt Iter lover wilh
tv very grave expres.sion on her lovely
"Have 1 nol? lh you really wish to
know in v tliou!!''."1
"Certainly 1 do."
Well, Uie.ii, do you not know that
no wointin is ever Hat'islied with a inairs
devotion if he Hii.iir to slight her in
the preseiico of others?"
Jasper Sullivan's fiU.0 slightly flush-
eil HH he lt-ke.l the (jmtioi,; evitlenlly
l9 tinih'IMoii.l U. c.iimection n-lll well.
"1 think, my .lear," suiil Je-ie, "that
I OClMipieit the portion of a nlightej
one last evening wlt,n Vol ,,.yul0(i
yourself so openU to Kate'M;iir,.,,;j"
Jas.er's face Ihished t i S I in'ore as he
answered: "1 only dtineed with her
"And hit! out Ihree more dunces w it h
her" added Jessie 'pi'nyy. "while I
WHK obligeil to pl.iy the tint t" of u wa.
flower. Uo you think Unit was plcus
aut?" "leally, Jessie, how plainly you
. "Why not? I was not jeulous, but al
though 1 havo tho most pel feet faith In
you, It N not pleasant to see all the
amiles devuled to n girl who delighU in
being a coijiit'tto."
"Jessie," said Jaxtier, "I am surpris
ed that you dislike MissMagee. In my
opinion, she in a sweet girl, without an
atom of oo'iietry about her."
"We will talk no more, of Kato Ma
gee, seeing how wo differ; let us talk of
"What am I to do to sati.fy you?"
asked Jasper, almost indignantly.
"Would you tio mo to your apron
strings all the time?"
"Not fino moment if you wir.li to bo
free," answered Jessie wilh pride. "You
can leave me at once. 1 will not detain
"What nonsense, Jessie. You know
I could not live without voti. lint I
can't promise never to speak to anoth
er girl, especially a girl who comes
from my own native town."
"Nor do I exact such a promise; on
ly I wish you to seo your conduct as
others do; you know lhirn's oft-quoted
D wad m.tne power thrpiftlp jrlo U8
To see ourselH an Ithers nee tin."
"1 cannot see yet what you havo to
complain of," said Jasper.
"Would you now like me to ho a.s
friendly with sumo gentleman as you
are with Miss M.igee?" asked Jessie.
"1 should not object," he answered, "I
would never interfere with your enjoy
ment in any way."
"Well, Jasper, dear, I won't scold
any more, but we'll make n bargain;
you can tliit wilh Kate or any one else,
giving me e'jual liberty; aro you
"On one condition: that neither of us
abuse the privilege."
And when this bargain was conclud
ed the lovers separated. .Jasper felt
that Jessie was too exacting, while the
holy considered her lover a dangerous
flirt, likely to fall a victim to some girl's
Jessie stood wni'ing for her lover,
w ho was to escort her to a ball at the
Lyceum Hall, and in her pink dress,
wilh roses in her dark hair and a inag
niliccnt bouquet de corsage of the same
beautiful llowers, looked pretty enough
to tempt an anchorite.
Jasper, who really loved the girl, was
loud in his admiration of her appear
ance. Miss Magoe was nt. the ball, and
when Jasper Sullivan and Jessie enter
ed, the pretty brunette tripped across
the tloor to bid them welcome.
"Oh, Jessie," she cried, when her
lirst greetings were. over, "who do you
think is hen'?"
"I tpn sure I cannot imagine," an
"Why, Mr. Motintfair, your old ad
mirer.'' "I thought he was in Europe," said
"So he b'iB been. lie tells mo that
he cam.) back, in the White Star steam
er Celtic, and only arrived in New York
"Ah! there he is," cried Jessie, "and
how handsome lie looks."
"You have a strange idea of beauty,"
"We can't expect you to see as we
do, can we. dear?" replied Kate Magoe.
"He has put bis name dnwn for three
dances," and the little Irish brunette
Hourl-dietl her programme triumphantly.
"Is there any room for my name
there?" asked Jasper.
"I believe I have one or two dances
left," she answered, with the coolest in
dill'ereneo. Jasper took the can I and filled in his
own name in all the blank spaces.
"You had better take what dances
you want before my card is tilled," re
marked Jessie to her lover.
"Afler the first dance I wilj attend."
"Indeed," thought Jessie, "he shall
find thai I'm not always going to be a
Ten minutes later, Jasper, merciless
ly snubh 'd by Kale Magee, disconso
lately sought Ills betrothed, his smart
ing vanity needing the balm of Iter de
votion, lie found her talking gaily
with Mr. Motintfair, who made no at
tempt, to conceal bis appreciation of her
With easy grace Jc-sie introduced
the two gi'tilleini'ti, who bowed stillly to
for a moment he forgot' all about
Kale, for he w as jealous.
for the lirst lime he saw Jessie en
tirely engios.scil with another man, that
man a former suitor and a millionaire,
and the exiu i iciice w as not a joyous
f.v and by be turned to Jessie.
"Vill yon give me your card?" be
asked, as she looked round.
"Certainly, but I'm afraid all the
dances are gone," she smilingly an
swered. lie looked at tbe programme without
a word: as she had said, the card was
That was the most miserable evening
Jasper Sullivan ever spent.
Jessie, in the highest of spirits, was
so completely absorbed by Mr. Mount
fair that he had no opportunity to ex
change half a dozen words with her.
Kate Magee was annoyed, for she had
determined to secure the millionaire,
but ho treated her with the greatest in
difference. She determined, however, on one
grand etfort, and late in tho evening
proceeded to make it.
Mr. Mount fair and Jessie w ere still
corner of the ball-room, ,
Near by stood Jasper
lace dark with anger.
Kate came up to him, her
"Oh, Mr. Sullivan!" she cried;
in such a fix. My cousin has
leitiu: without me, ami I havo no
cort; and il is so late--"
Shu paused and looked appealinglv
not at Jasper, but at Mr. Mountfair,
fully expecting that he would oiler to
do t .' cort duty. Hut he seemed blind
and deaf to all but his companion, and
Jasper was forced to respond.
"I shall be glad to see you home, Miss
Magee, if Jessie will wait hero till I re
turn," he said slowly and reluctantly.
Instantly Mr. Mountfair seemed to
regain possession of his senses.
"Allow inu to relieve you of the rare
of Miss Miller." be courteously said, as
he Mirned to Jasper; "I will be delight
:d to take her home."
licforo tho angry Celt could reply to
the New York millionaire Jessio inter-pound:
1IIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
"Oh, thank you, Mr. Mountfair, that
will settle mailers nicely," she said, her
face beihg illumined by a bright smile,
What could Mr. Sullivan say? His
face grew darker than before, as he
stammered out something about "being
pleased to oblige all parties so."
It is certain Kato Mageo never had
such a miserable escort as her country
man proved to bo that night.
An hour later Jessie was standing on
tho steps of her residence, bidding Mr.
"J may call and take you for a
drive?" he said on parting.
"Yes, I shall bo delighted to go," was
Jessie Miller's answer.
"Jessie, one word-" a voice arrest
ed her jiibt as she was goin; into tho
A gleam of amusement crossed the
girl's arch face as she turned to con
front her Celtic, lover.
'Why. Jasper, dear, is that you
asked Jessie, in innocent surprise
"Where is Kate Magee?"
"Confound tho girl," ho exclaimed,
"if it bad not been for that coquette
but never mind. Aro you going to ride
with that conceited fellow to-morrow?"
"Certainly I am," sho replied coolly.
'li'ecatiso I forbid it."
"My dear Jasper. At present you
lave no right to command "
"Hut Jessie "
"I think," added Jessie, "that you
have forgotten tho little agreement we
made. If you remember "
"I remember nothing except that I
have been an arrant fool," ho exclaim
ed, seizing her hand and holding it in a
tight grasp. "My dearest, I have suf
fered so much to-night, that I under
stand how unfairly I havo hitherto
treated you whenever I havo llirted
"My dear Jasper. I am surprised to
see how you dislike yourcountrywcunaiv
Kate Magee In my opinion she is such
u love of a girl "
"Jessie, show me some mercy," cried
Jasper, "forgive me!"
"1 do forgive you," answered Jessie.
"Hut yon must let me accept Mr.
Moiintfair's invitation for to-morrow."
"No, no, no! I cannot allow that
Not when I tell you that Vincent
Mountfair is my sister's husband, and
has been for two years. Why, you are
"Ob, Jcsr.ie, can you forgive me?"
"Yes, of course I can. I have onlv
given vou a little lesson that you ncel
A kiss prevented the pretty Jessie
from saying anything more about her
Jasper Sullivan went homo thai night
The lesson had cured him, and he has
since proved not only an honest lover,
hut a most devoted husband. -Scu
WoTjlcb't be Caught.
The editor of the yVus Silings re
cently took atrip across the Stale, and
to judge by the following' incident he
had a lively time:
"Stopping at a water-hole, I dis
mounted," he says, "and handed the
doctor a cup of water. In returninglhe
eup he let it fall on tho ground, startling
my pony and causing him to run about
"As he stopped and began to graze, I
paid no attention to him, expecting,
after attending to the demands of in v
1 1 iv wal
mat, to w alk up to him and
t me walk to within five paces
head. He had no objection to
k. The fact is, and I regret to
hear w il ness to it, be seemed rather to
enjoy seeing me walk.
.ittstas I w as about to reach out to
calchthc bridle, he walked oil". Then
I began to run. So did he. He evi
dent Iv enjoyed this acceleration of
speed on my part, even more than ho
had previously enjoyed my walking
gait. He ran a short distance with his
head down, apparently chuckling to
himself at my disconiliture; then, throw
ing his heels up in the air, ho cantered
around me in a circle, neighing in a de
"When I stopped ho would stop, and
wait until I almost caught up with him.
He was always on the alert, however,
and stood with his tail elevated, rondv
to go oil' at the slightest increase of
speed in my movements.
"What added to tho interest of tho
entertainment was. that when tho vilo
luiislangstartcd, the coffee-pot and other
loose articles of virtu alt ached to tho
saddle kept Hopping around, increasing
his hilarity and causing him to perform
gratuitous antics that no one would
have thought the brute capable of per
forming. "Tho result of this was that, from the
moment ho started to run, ho began
shedding my portable property, loose
articles first, then the contents of my
saddle-bags, one article at a time, leav
ing a train of tin-ware and notions to
mark his erratic course.
"This necessitated following in his
tracks, that I might pick up my scat
tered belongings. Here, a tooth-brush;
there, a bar of soap; over yonder, a
towel hanging on a withered cactus; and
the coffee-pot, with tho handle, broken
and the lid gone, jammed among tho
thorns; further on, my note-book in a
puddle of water, and the photograph of
somebody with golden hair smiling at
me out of a bunch of violet-colored
"After two hours spent in fruitless
endeavor to catch my pony, and after
trying all manner of deceitful devices
to entrap him, such as walking up to
ward him with a handful of choice
grass, and offering it to him in tho most
respectful manner and sweetest tone of
voice, and in holding a hat toward him
in such a manner as to suggest that it
contained about two quarts of shelled
corn, after all this had failed, ho
caught himself by entangling a rope,
that bung loose from his neck, iu the
branches of a low mosquito."
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