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PROMISE TO REMEMBER. Words by EDWARD OXERFORD. Music by V. MARRIOT'i Temp'' d: l \iise. :.S: jt> 1 a . Nhincr ami van’t Stop, an J You Hear Him and tiet Lau;hinNr So \ou can't Stop Either. 5 HO. HO. HO." IS LEI 001 OH A GOOD STORY. H i a> His Dollar^. an<1 Harrison Can't Laugh at All, LOW AND VERY DIPLOMATIC IN TONE.; Rym w S; :: . -ate.i ian count for much, thore » ! - wandered at that - g> n: men who have Pr*B g >ir i ampaign in- into training tor To . in xti^mHy hard r n. itral bent is a seri i? rjIS' 3 A H N 3. i ' t n i: > ■ th.it >u rh- Hill laugh. It * n ■>' ti;* araili.ihtjv Vet r «v aw.haw,haw. •* u l.iij Jia, lm. •’ ir co. i confident and capable of '(’i ■ »r It inspires con il • I’ • tho id*'al laneh for " i id abi- diplomat, and as • wlrh effeo: Here it is in ir first I- sson in the diplomatic ^ .M ML. !.o, ho. ho. ho, ho, \I ' ’.rushing is contagions. Up ( -•! :• - and > hi c i laughing. ;> and you n r srop. You •r !i If you are su k. yon g»r v win are traveling on al v.-ith \ 11 i. m an* always fi [<> v up and stuile in sym S« to music, it runs a “ho C VK .1SI.K S if AKD I-Al till. (' rl'^le wov.M ■ . j ■ t > i *1 laugh j ■ . n; >• r- -oh ’ f imagination i merry la.tuh. Yet it is a ■ | latish is wan;o*l tor any >n. Carlisle sho .hi be s. it .- e. for his laugh i~ the a> me Carlisle, a- m>ed to mir h r limn r spe* * h a: he Char.i ■ n : !.i i: ' *e this A , s .< '• numbered if. and reproduced if j next Jay. DAMS'S i.NSIDE LAUGH. j- n r Davis. of Miuw -<v >. would i!t ; I* id on*' to believe tliat he had studied to imitatrt the silent tn€*i t * || iwkn • the Scout. Immortalized : t };** late lamented Fen. in ore Cooper. "Th«* l-aat of the MohnansFhe ., : .d si nl. It was a ditlicult thin;; to pet a phonographic reproduc tion of it, > i much so that the* etfort was at hist given up in despair. It i! a pity, however, that the ivorld should he deprived of ihis unique laugh, so tlie laugh has lw»»-n reproduced as nearly l.v a: possible from a description Riven to tlit* donip' -* r of the music, aud when s to music runs easily. HEED’S JOLLY LAl'GH. A. haw. ha ha, ha. na ua, If Speak* r Reed is a Czar, then lon h:e to the race of Czars if all ran laugh from the ground up as he does. No .iiffit ult was experienced in catching the K *’d laugh in the phonograph. If could he heard all over the corridors of the IT tse when tlie owner was laughing at the j'ike o:' a friend. There is a tuil 111ui;d • 'tnd to the Reed laugh that o ils :if a hearty digestion and a healthy soul. 11 comes suddenly like a pail of v atcr slopped over. It corn ’s loud like* Niagara's roar. It affects the Speaker He wipes his eyes, laughs again, and goes on talking. This is his confiden tial laugh. For acquaintances he has a merry ripple. The cheerful man who has not been blessed by nature with a proper means of giving vent to his cheerful feeling? and there are • heerful men who can t laugh should take the Reed laugh as n model and work industriously to ivnl tain it. To the ascetic man who would like to change his condition and get fat the Reed laugh is offered as a recipe. GORMAN'S FORMAT. LAUGH. An t ft *rt \* is made to cate’ )the laugh of ex-President Harrison, but the at tempt failed, for that gentleman laughs aloud not at all and is eont••tiled with gmilt s. thrust m thf same type i Senator Lioimau. . ut Ills laugh was e -glP attei some trouble. It is a eold and tornial e\j ss; in of feeling. It is not ealcu . i . eneouia- > tht man "ho i>; «h < .... •• l u. : <. a man who think.- a -ri ot -li affairs of life and has n .- ime nor ine!ina:ion to indulge t'i'as or, if he does, he stu li nos. V». 1.. IV11 SON 1 xotnlti-i tin’1 llofends ! tic Jifppnt Mom! ts. ,IU. 1 lliifli L.<uii>!iut«*:i( ’.<> Secretary ( .nlU'c. t it? e <f i '-••nar’e ' *1 *'* ra. \' i, ,: «:on. L* <*.. M uvh *. !'•*. I >: K Taj . Sl.-i - i'- hruarj to 111 ict. V :i j ai r.-iv* e t p"-s ->i n tf f. a -t■ >• u "i.l l t it i> (iv.\ mtur i’f i •- ; • a 'ts, »)••!-• " t’l > i- Ik if" 1 "Vi . \ . r. T: r- - i:o rti r I'l morr.it. or more ., man thi country t -day. and c -r .ir.yvvh r? in th v. rid ; .-\ rg • f r:i : no-? and re i •: :• ;ur •» r <• 1 rd : that: Mr. t'.ir ■ i .... y u .ill f,i ••.« i1 a ji :: 1 w. , mlr. 1 j ?u of if " of Tin S.'i. rman ’ v. n li « ip ; l ' , ».» k w ; eapa ' * , '»■ • J', J 'll 1 •• ri •, i 1J \ ir- • t*. illy-* ?ht i't s * a ! « r v\ : mv. ' ft -m w • m th m i.«urjt l>> i •.r if-•id 1! v old • i i • »h vi • i m *!■ .1 r ! i k ■ .i’ d S • : man a i- st in.lar 1 rno’ll V f his !■- - >m- r■ - it ’• dttr i Mi ■ terasurj fr m *':nr ■\ ■; >' 1 »o k ji tip it. iipply. ’,- i m • 1 ; 1011 a•* n’ i ■. b'lt • th»- g dd w • ' otit air t ■it*- n . ;i! ! i' ’’pie th-t botishr . w r; t ■ id ' i 1>uj t!. tn 1 ■tii> i ■ 1 ae t ' th' Pr - lu.t • -- to tlio itM n ion of t'ongr s. ! iv ft r ul«: t :on to or* this I- January. lit .1 ; .rrssofi a -- ict '•« ''"i sir- - s ask r ir f r . - . which Cot gress refus 1 to _■ r ,\* tho very ia-t mornt lit. aft.r w ,t • • i • ■ st-ft wht-ih' r it y a •In- would 1 tk< !* r'n.- S ■ a'• and M use. when «rr w 1- nr Kahly no* gold crouch to la^** I 1 v f j f ■ that would have involved !- ■ knin' v a: l lo>> far 1>: y, t.'l ary • ».g »h it rvt-r happened in tiv country, l 'f f w lich. f >rttinan lv, the people cen • . v • 1 "m* d, Mr c 1 r-1 ■ • ti •.f ! !• 1 •h- i-ot-Ta " of which you spak w •• 1 -yndl'i'c of l> u-k*-rs. by which he » \ fits. 1 sixty •«.« millions of It.ar.d9 for a ’i■ 1 ie nf>r. than six'y-five millions of u ’ 1 * th" v-t v lav that the c. it tract was no ■ • in* Pr-sider* ■ ommutd-ated it to r.oijrr. -> tr 1 ‘nformed Congress that he ha 1 r. s. rved th>‘ r glit In thi« cor.’raef t. ' i lute 3 p -era bond- .v par if they would authoriz. him to mak> them payah’e gold, which wa> < ertainly pro;. r is he was -o g, • g.dd for them. I myself rep irted a hill m ine him this ati •horitj nrd tried -o get it through the T louse hut did to- succeed. Tills put ill the resp,u.?i!>ility on Congress an i noth ing remained but to carry out the eo* - t-.a ■ with the syrdient by which they agreed * furnish, ar 1 d 1 furnish, more than it'1 -half of *h- gold from abroad; by which th. y agreed to prote<*t the treasury, as they ’ ! pro*. • i*. for more •hats six mot I - a cams* any wpi-lrawals of cold: a- i i-r w '1 t '. v i i futmi-h *•• the •|. i-urj many mMlior,- more of gold than the' i. td or.tra.-ie l to furnish—the latter t* \ at ge for cr. et h t.-ks, t- t! s wa\ 1 pi; i * was prey nted nr.d «• had a year f comparative prosperity from K. 'ru.ara untii the beginning of the pres. t • «*• acres-, when *he J're?:ierr at 1 V r 1 irh-lt ho* h app. t',. 1 *0 Oor.gr *.«? for ki 'li t to prevent tit- 1 • -sitv of 1s suli g at y more bonds for the purchase of i: v m re gold, which, aca was refused. This i.« but an oatlii . of a very few of ' • ft s in what was a very de.spera’• 1 • 1 dlfli . * si*t. iton. I*:- it Is enough. I fVr.k. to -how you that 'he re«por.slh!l i'. has 1 1: upon Pori.’, s', and not upon • Pres br.r ai l Mr Carlisle f r failure ■ > d- il w e 1 •• ir. a mo: -a* -fa • >ry way. 1 irk if * ,'t tigh. a -0. to suggest *o 1 ' mere s• cemc-1 th.v 'rds «'• -• s ■ 1 • 1 a svr. iicate a less *han their v 1 ie ii il.* market is ro* a correct e'.a'e m. t • he.-ause there were o*her advan • tesg i-r'ved from dealing with *he syr.d ■a'e which -vere worth to the country i ously ecacr.il' the fact behind an tm p . "rateable mask o; gravity . rid smiles This laugh of Gorman, wh n s’,irt.vn 'o one of his friends, produced an awful bur-: of meninrnt "9or* d an knew vou wore listening to him. d ho. " ..ml ht ! :ug'.vd m eh ini' illy on purpose. H:s tru? laugh is ■> tin . mr hanicai affair. He has 'tinkled' too much for you." "Laugh and the world laughs with vou." may be a saying veil founded i:i a get: til srr.r?. luu "laugh and th< work! laug .- at you." is tru in thi. ca?e. and ny on w ing to do f may try them as they sound .n music. HARRY D. JONES.. n: r v iiir.-s niori p rha| s a hut. ir d tones n re. th in the npp.tr a* los-or. :i: hot •>. h ;■ f-v. • in : il : g with the svndi ite. ’in i': -.hut i- i Mr. I'.irlt.-le r ' rvid !*>r ten d iy> t;,. right to substitute bond* which wot;id e.i'e tie S'xt. *•!>. ml.lions of ii'.'. if <' m:' had pa*. * l the 1mli t • v.dii-’h I !:u'i ' ! ired. \' • rnlj yours. V.W L. WILSON. \ \ N11 WA3HIN JT( IN What 1 <iwo to Washington m> words o' trino can tell. H< was my model fro t iny cradle up. All tua* I am morally speaking I n-o to uis t Tu ple*. Even in my trndiir." youth bis spirit v . s ever near t<> guide mo suc • or me. The fir.-t time I ever stole j e atfrmellon in my life I think it "as th? first time it was the thought r.f Washington that mewed mo !> main rc.sti'u ion, r* -tored me to the path • f i ?; itnde. nook me morally whole ag.'Tti. Win n I found out it v JS a v: n watermelon. I was •- >rry; nc su ; ortiei illy. but di eply and honestly • . «.inii t!io thought i.f Wusii ■ . i. and i ,:td to myself "What ii id W i • ui !o rint is what I ml 'o no n “What v >u!d «k uge We.-hington d» if le had s'olen ;i wa f* mu l if gri n cm H * mid make n it’, ion, iluit is v bat he would Afd tiv.» is • : t I did. 1 r e up pinreuilly n ft bed and strong, and ■ an * d tb‘ va’t i .m lo’i back to the f:»r ni't'.- v:-.gun and restored it to him. ::ml said ilie meri; was not mine, but W. binglon’s. And then I felt that in spi i.’ing something, that electric thrill, the• w ! atom • hirh rrvnrds duty ibuv. a moral vietory. a moral heroism added to one's dear ami precious mem oi if s;nmi ! told the fanner he ought to V;e ashamed • ' Tiimself. going aiound xv'-I king ' ff groan watermelons on peo ple ha' had confidence in him. and made him give me a ripe one for it. And he was ashamed. and said lie wouldn't ever do ii again. So I for gave him. I’or vhon a person has done '"l'eng. and acknowledger it and is ashamed of it, that is enough for me. It was Washington thai sav'd me that tune. Hr lias been my guardian angel • ver since and has had an active career. o noi)f;iNr> Tin-: question. A Scotchman and an Irishman who worked at a coalpit vote going homo lato one night. The Scotchman asked his Irish friend if ho was afraid of ghosts. "No, Oi don't belaive in ghousts an' if Oi saw wan Oi wouldn't ho afraid.” replied the Irishman. They "'ore walking along chatting about “ghousts.” when all at once a white thing appeared in view. The Irishman took to his heels and ran, crying out "murther" all the way. As for the Scotchman ho wont ovor to the wimp thing, and found out that it was only a tombstone on a cemetery wall. The next day the Scotchman told the Irish man that it was only a tombstone. “A tombstone, wis it?" said the Irishman. "Yes, replied the Scotchman, "but A thocht ye said ye wisna frichtoned fur ghosts." “Bedad. an' nayther Oi am," v/as the Irishman's response. "Wcel," said the Scotchman. "why were ye frichit-ned last night?" "Sure, an' be dad." replied the Irishman, "the ounlv thing Oi can't bear the sight ov is a v hoito tombstone." A BULL. It having hoop, the riistom in a cer tain establishment in the north to pay tho workers fortnightly, and t.ho work men having found the custom some what inconvenient, i- was decided to sendadelegatetotheheadof thefirm to state their grievance. An Irishman, name i Dan I)—, famed fur his sagacity and persuasive powers, was selected for the task. He duly waited on the mas ter, who addressed him thus: "'Yell. Daniel, what can we do for you this morning?" "If you plase. sur. I've bin sint as a diligateby the workers to ask a favor of \e regardin’ tho pavmint of our wages.” "Yes? And what do they desire?” queried the master. "We!!, stir', it :s tho dosiro of mosflf, and it is also the desire of ivery man in the establishment, that wo receive our fortnight's pay every week."—Tid Bils.