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ning dog. She has lots of mopey. You I
SHALL WE ABOLISH HANGING?
LOUD BEAC0N8FIELD'8 YOUNGER DAYS. I
j would be surprised if I told you her
THE BABY WALKS.”
NEIGHBORLINESS ON THE FARM.
It has been the fashion of late to ex.
Thai Have Hail Their Day and name.”
Disraeli was essentially warm-hearted
I received a very important letter this
“When a dog goes out of style what alt certain foreign methods at the ex ami generous, and when he took his
Then Steppe«! Out.
We are all too selfish. We should 1 e
is done with him? Thiow l.im away pense of our own, chiefly because the first plunge into public life he went week. It contained the announcement more neighborly, co-operating one with
latter has somewhat broken down. with tlie stream which was then car that “the baby walks.” It is with no another. It is natural for old folks to
like old clothes?”
« ,t. point» 0,1
“Suppose you don’t want to throw Two of these foreign systems in particu rying most young men, not trained at desire to pun that I say that this is a think olden times the best, but they
a great many points on dogs; away your old clothes,” replied the lar have been glorified, and no doubt public schools and the universities, great step forward for the baby.
sjieak an important truth when they
Of course this event has not been en say that people were more accommodat
K than .'•'»■ would '
to l,ri1“'” dealer; “you sell ’em or give ’em to both have certain undoubted merits of toward humanitarian theories of all tirely
peaker was a dealer in pets on your |>oor relations, don’t you? Just so their own. The guillotine is most effec kinds; but from the first he showed a heen looking every day for the news for ing and kindly disposed to others forty
with dogs. You can’t lay them away tive as a means of destroying life. It is
Eighth Street, and as he spoke a in tlie garret, ami if you have a fine an unerring, nearly automatic machine, disposition which would have made him some time past. Our baby has been a years ago. It would be better for us
if we wen« so to-day. It would be bettir
^Klof barks, which came from the house you don’t want it full of old fash and probably annihilates without un. unfit to work with Parliamentaiy remarkable baby from the very first, for us financially. The majority of i s
Liberals. In his earliest speeches and and a large number of his immediate
¡Kranl. attested the presence of ioned dogs. If you want to follow the necessarily protracted pain. Its invent writings his satire always flies straight-
live on small farms. Yet because ci
K^aan l growlers of all grades.
styles you will have to sell your pets or went so far as to claim for it that the cat when leveled at the petty devices of relatives have been waiting with bated our selfishness, and the selfishness of
breath for the tidings that his long
^Eooknow there are fashions i i dogs about once a year, and sell them cheap, sufferer felt merely a pleasant freshness place-hunting, at political hypocrisy, journey had commenced. The particu others, we are compelled to purchase
Wererjthing else. A ladv who pre- | too. Second-hand dogs are just like alsuit the neck and nothing more. To social shams, and dull arrogance. There lars of this auspicious event are not at almost as much farm machinery as if
I everything else second hand. No mat the sensitive mind however, there is was no pettiness in him; he had a poet’s
we lived upon a farm four times as
**>,0 j 0,
to follow the fashion would no , ter how good they are, people wont pay something terribly disgusting in decap mind, which took grand sweeping views hand, but I can see in mv mind’s eye large. If four farmers would club to
itation; it is horrible to see, or rather to of things and conjured up gorgeous
^Kbe Seen oil the street leading a last j much for them.”
gether they could have all necessary
place. The baby is out in the country
K,jog than she would wear a 2-1 “Yes, we raise a very large number hear, the head full into the basket amid visions of human progress and national staying with his “sisters and his cous machinery, provide for its wear and
tear, and shelter, for really less than
of «logs every year. The mamma dogs the torrents of bloisl. Ine Spanish ga
bonnet or an old-style dress.' are kept by farmers while they are rotte again, which is obviously Oriental triumphs. He might have liecotne the ins and his aunts,” and I suppose if one-fourth of what their selfishness
most dangerous of Radical agitator^; I they had been near enough to a tele
Kehl be a loss of prestige to her that raising their families. But we are pre- , in Origin, and an adaptation of the bow but he settled into his proper place as a
makes those items cost them. As it
graph office they would have sent me a now is, the farmer markets his small
Hdle very damaging to her standing
,.K I 11 paring
—-“s a •• place
i’‘“'e down town, where we ' string, is also instantaneous in its action. defender of the institutions which had dispatch
about the supreme event. Al production of grain and stock alone, and
Ke of fashion’s votaries. Like
1 ”- other
old mechanism, which is simply a made England great, and as a friend of
van keep more of them
Ku» too, that of dogsis subject
being a nuisance to “
and a piece of stick used tourniquet the most highly cultured, most spirited though the baby’s fat legs are ridicu must submit to lower prices than if he
»- J out tu.ii.
_j neighbors. ro|>e
"1 & abvgtl K^rhanges.
pays , fashion, has lieen improved into a brass and most tolerant arista-racy the world lously sturdy, he has had all along a had a larger quantity. If farmers would
Not to go bac k i. too
far, it .. .»-------
Kill begin with the black and tan.
encircling the neck, and contain has ever seen. If he ha<l lieen educated great diffidence in trusting to them. bo a little more neighborly, and put
ce in a collar
Ke they lasted they were very pop-
ing a sharp |sunt which is forced into at the College of Winchester, instead of Now, last Sunday I held and still main their grain or Mock tilt they had a car
■ • they have as a breed, goileout
the spinal marrow.
But neither of in a private school of that town, and if tain that the baby took one distinct step load, or several car-loads, they could
Kte. In England the black and tan
these forms are really so far superior to he Imd afterward gone to Christchurch, towards his devoted father. The news get better prices for it at their home
THE USE OF SALTON LANE.
xn, lilldi Keecl deal larger than he i« in Amer-
ours as to be entitled to supersede it. or to Trinity, Cambridge, he would have was incredulously received as being too market, or could ship it themselves and
good to be true, and the whole family save the middleman’s commission.
■ There he is a ratter, but in this
The advantages, says an American After all, one method is as good as lieen drawn toward Conservatism in his
Again, farmers could save money by
■trv a pet dog must, as a rule, be paper, of using salt on land and in feed another, provided it fulfills certain in I miv I ioim I; blit it so hapi>ened tluit at from his grandmother to the kitchen
girl, collected around to see if he would
T he G i ■I, and the smaller the better for ing all kinds of farming stock have often dispensable conditions. Ciqiital punish his Winchester school, and at another take another, hut the little rascal seemed clubbing together ami buying their
■on’s pur[s>se. While in England a lieen discussed, and there is enough on ment is intended to removethecriminal, in Walthamstow wnere he Hpent a i to think it was tho biggest kind of a household supplies in larger quantities,
(iroceries and clothing could be pur
Kon weight for this variety is fifteen record to satisfy the most incredulous, to extinguish a life forfeited to the laws, couple of years, he had much to put up
to bring the father’s reputation for chased at wholesale prices liecause pur
K|.. th. I have been bred hole >. i and to stimulate progressive farmers and if this can be accomplished prompt, with on account of his Jew looks, and ' • joke
11 that when two years old they only I most sedulously to pursue agricultural ly, without inflicting torture, encourag he seems to have imbibed a passionate 1 holding on to a chair, but refusing all chased in wholesale quantities. But
lied a pound and a quarter. Such , tests <4 this substance in every way. ing bravado, or demoralizing the execu hostility toward Toryism liecause it wa» the while to move away from it. It was we art- too selfish and unneighborly to
niuial would be worth $100. The ¡The usefulness of salt in curing and pro tioner, the desired end is achieved. expounded in these places by a Low- all in vain that I held out my hands and do this.
But then1 are still higher and nobler
•terrier superseded the black and moting the health of our domestic ani These are not unattainable results, and Church Parson’s “bullying brat," and all the endearing inducement» I could
end held his own for a while, only mals has long been knowmin the United so long as they can las compassed by by “the haughty snuffling son of a city to get him to take the necessary steps to gains. We have been given social .and
V d i w
The ancient writers often al- hanging there can be no sufficient rea knight.” He did not often allude to come to me. He would keep one band spiritual natures. The gift was not a
that»« 4 ve wav to the Yorkshire, which, by States.
mistaken one. We should develop«
son for trying to domesticate exotic his schisildays, but from casual remarks
•r-v ' » rav, is nothing more nor less than i hide to it. I’linev, the naturalist, seems
It has also heen it apiiears that he must have been an on the chair and reach out the other; these elements of our being, because to
Mr. J tali edition ill the »kye, procured by 1 to have known little or nothing of the method» of execution.
hut not unVl he had clenched his pudgy
ding from the smallest obtainable [ use of salt in agriculture, but was well mooted recently whether some more opposition leader in them both. “My hand around my finger would ho let go do so makes us better. Selfishness is
¡mensof the skve, until a very small aware of its virtue in feeding cattle. scientific process might not yet be adopt first tyrant,” he used to say, “was a the chair. Once I had enticed him in fast making social intercourse obsolete
ed with advantage. The chemist and boy we call.-d Freckles (the Parson’s
in the country. The possibilities for
It in <M lal was produced, looking like the | “Herds of cattle,” says he, “being cov
this manner to quit the chair, and then
A in every thing but size. The sys- etous of a salt pasture, give a great deal electrician have tremendous agencies at brat.) He lordeil it over two cringing suddenly withdrew my hands from his, human society are not great among the
isolated farm homes. We should not
their disposal, one or other of which ushers; he called me a son of Belial for
ad »« rol of breeding dogs down so much be- more milk, and the same is much more
might lie utilized for the destruction of reading ‘Roderick Random’ on a Sun leaving him standing alone. He hov make them less. Let us all be more
mit? *4 the normal size renders them very agreeable in the making of cheese than
neighborly and sociable, more kindly
the criminal. But poor humanity is al day, and we were always fighting.”
rtemim site and liable to diseases of a sc-rof- I where there is no rocky saline ground."
and then instead of stepping forward
I nature. Those I have named are • John Glauber, an eminent chemist of ready beset by murderous enemies, ami Of the city knight’s son at Walthamstow sat emphatically down and resumed his disposed one to another. We shall tie
logs of the past, as much as the poo ■ Amsterdam, who published several es- and legislators may well pallie liefore he said: “He was a fat lioy who be favorite style of locomotion. He nover richer in wealth of earthly goials, of
ler Spitz. They are dogs that have i teemed works on the practice of chem^ they permit the development of the came my enemy because I nicknamed crept as an ordinary baby would have mental gains and spiritual charms. We
Great practical him ‘Sir Loin;’ I might more appropri done, but sort of hitched along. He shall all be more truly happy.
their day and must now give way istry about 250 years ago, was so thor means of taking life.
lose whose day is to come.”
oughly convinced of the economy of difficulties, too, would probably super ately have given him some name con would sit down, and, putting a hand I
ADVENTURES OF THE ALPS.
THE COMING DOG.
i using salt as a manure, that he obtained vene in giving effect to any new process, nected with sheep, for he was sheepish now on one side of him and again on the
Vienna correspondent of the Lon
(That is the coming dog and where | a patent from the Government of the
other, his fat little body swaying this
United States of Holland for the sole intervention of some skilled agent would battering ram in the playground, and he way and that would hitch along with don “Daily News” describes at length
The coming dog is the fox terrier, disposal of the privilege of applying be indisjiensable; the fatal poison must had a shoulder-of - mutton fist.” — his little dumplings of feet ahead of him the hardships recently suffered by two
be perfect he must have a small this valuable mineral to the barren lands lie administered scientifically; the dread [Temple Bar.
like a railway cowcatcher, and in this young men and a lady on the Rax Alp.
r, white in color, a black head and in thatvountry. Gervase Markham, a forces of electricity must lie set in mo
way he moved over the floor in a sitting It appears that another of the party,
AND THE DAUGHTER AND HER MOTHER posture at a speed that was wonder also a young man, had leaped across a
mil white triangle on the forehead, learned writer in the reigns of James I.
STILL PURSUED HIM.
re are not many of them extant yet, and Cliarles I., who was equally noted
ful. Practice had made him so per fissure, and his companions thinking he
to act as executioners. But
it is not hard to see that the pug for his skill in many foreign languages stronger objection exists to this a still
fect at this sort of movement that he had fallen went in search of him. They
soon be east aside for its more and for his knowledge of the various kind of change in the manner or any young lady to a young man well known evidently came to look on walking as had not proceeded far when they lost
ghtly successor. Mrs. Smith already branches of agriculture, published a rying out the penalty of death, of car- in the social circles of that city, recalls an ornamental su|>erfluity.
It was their way. This was on Saturday. On
one; as soon as Mrs. Jones sees it great variety of treatises on the manage not likely that any such change would
the amusing attempt of the young lady’s most comical to see him forge ahead, Monday night hunger made them all
must have one, too; and then it ment of land, and closed his agricultural easily secure legislative sanction, not mamma, some time ago, to secure a as the boat racers call it, with both very weak and miserable. They boiled
not be long before Mrs. Brown and labors by the publication of a work en from any positive dislike to accept this husband for her fair daughter. A hands full, holding them up from the some straw, cut into small bits, and this
. Robinson will have fox terriers, titled “Markham’s Farewell to Hus or that new method, but because the handsome young Boston bachelor of floor and swaying forward without any was all their dinner on Monday. In
By that time there will Is' another bandry,” in which the following passage opening of the question at all would end wealth and education hapfiened to pass help from them. He occasionally took the middle of the night one of the men
8 in vogue. Of course ho will come occurs: “If you lie'near unto any part in the abolition of capital punishment the same season at a summer hotel to his feet, and with breathless haste remembered that he had some tallow
1 abroad, where all high-bred dogs of the sea-coast, thence fetch great store altogether. Whether society can quite with the designing mother, and feeling would work his way along the wall in candles in his piaket. These were cut
born, or are supposed to be. But a of salt and sand, and with it cover your afford to part with one of its greatest that fate had thrown the young man a haml-over-hand fashion until getting into small bits and swallowed.
Their wanderings on Tuesday were of
it many that are bought under the ground which hath beene formerly safeguards is beyond the scope of this in her way she proceeded at once to lay too elated at his new excitement, would
ression that thev are late importa- plowed and hackt, allowing unto every paper to discuss. But all who feel that plans for his capture. She hired a upset and roll helplessly over on the as little avail as those of Sunday and
s have never been out of the city, j acre of ground threescore or fourscore the law which exacts a life for a life is small room adjoining her apartments, car|>et. These accidents slxsik liis con Monday had been, only that all got tired
it is very likely that the aristocratic bushels of sand, which is a very good our best and jierhaps our only protec fitted it up sumptuously and then invited fidence forthe time being in the stabil so much sooner, and were forced to re
competent proportion; and this tion against the growth of homicide will the favored young man to enter, on the ity of things, hut happily a baby’s turn to their port of safety before tho
»rite who, after he has been in a and
thus laid shall lie very well spread prefer to leave our system of execution “Spiller and the Fly” principle. She memory is as short as a baby, and the night set in. On Wednesday morning
Imit street mansion two weeks will sand
perils of pedestrianism were braved the young girl declared that she felt un
nothing more common than custards, and mixed among the broken earth. unchanged.
An imperfect process is left them alone together as much as
ken brought up on scrapple. Many And herein is to be noted that not any lietter than none at ail, and it will lie possible, and even went so far as to again and agaii. Often the [>oor little able to walk, and the two men, who
es go to the American .Steamship other sand, but the salt is good or avail better to adopt reasonable improvements ¡lire equipages and invite the young fellow looked like a battle-scarred vet were brothers, decided that they must
Ines to buy dogs from men who able for this purpose, because it is the than bring about abolition by vain search bachelor to accompany them. But all eran after his tumbles, but it is a lucky set out alone in search of help and nour
re just arrived with them from Eu- brine and saltness of the s line which after an impossible ideal.—[The Fort to no purjsise. The gentleman had thing that babies are exceedingly elas ishment for their companion, but the fog
rather pronounced views on the subject tic, otherwise the population of this had grown worse, and tho snowstorm
p. Some cute customer has become breeds this fertility and fruitfullness in nightly Review.
of matrimony and positively refused to country would not be as great as it is was so violent that after half an hour
we of this, and buys common dogs the earth, chocking the growth of all
be caught. Summer lengthened into now. Anyhow, anothor competitor has they turned back. They found the girl
town and smears dirt and grease weeds and giving strength and comfort
Eff, > their coats. He stations himself to all kinds of grain or pulse, or any SOME DIFFICULTIES OF SUCCESSFUL autumn and still the daughter languished entered into the walking match: “The unconcious, and they rubbed her with
unmated, when the gentleman in an baby walks.”—[Luke Sharp, in Detroit snow and ice to revive her.
r the wharf when the steamer has fruit of better nature.”
When day chaiK’ed to night on Wed
veil and salutes madame with:
The remark is not wholly novel that unguarded moment mentioned that he
nesday the three unhappy creatures
‘Very fine dog. Him gissl stock,
it is not an easy thing to edit a first,
gave up all hope, and they decided to
ill him over in engine room. Him age, advocated the use of salt for the class magazine. It requires something to be thus eluded, the mamma made
shoot themselves with a revolver one of
r dirty, but look gissl when he’s time folowing reasons: First, that by approaching omniscience to tell what plans fof a similar journey, announcing
A pair of embroidered, fancy-looking the brothers had brought with him in
allowing the sheep to lick it the rot was will please the public, and something that the gentleman was to be one of the suspenders hung in front of a Michigan
hopes of firing from the topof the moun
‘Madame knows very little about effectually prevented; second, that h's closely allied to omnipotence to obtain party. However, the young man was avenue store yesterday, and a young tain. They all three agreed that they
I, buys him at u pretty stiff price, cattle, to whom lumps of it were given it. The gift of prophecy is one of the too clever for feminine machinations, farmer halted to examine them.
preferred dying in this manner to being
er the impression that she is getting to lick, were thereby protected from in most obvious, of a magazine editor’s and was well on his way before the lady
“Something new?” he asked as tlie slowly starved to death.
trgain. Others color common dogs fectious disorders, and the cows, being specialties, while he has far less |s>wer was aware of his departure. Nothing proprietor came out.
On Thursday morning, however, they
nit the demand. There is a great thus rendered more healthy and tieing to shape the demand for his wares than daunted, she followed in hot pursuit
“Sliust out, my frendt. Dose
reached the shelter-house, where a man
1 of this kind of thing done. There
the leaders of any other craft. He can,
and his servant kept a small inn. ____
i barber in this city w ho has a pretty liquid, gave more milk; third, that a it is true, often create a demand for some Orleans. Thence they went in company
“Are you the sole agent?”
they refreshed themselves, after having
d business in fixing up dogs for sale,
novel improvement, but inevitably the to Florida, the mother feeling confident
“I vlins. Dot batent came oudt s|>ent four days and four nights in the
»ring, dyeing and curling them in beneficial to horses when new oats were public apis'tite outgrows the ability of that, under the seductive influences of about two cheeks ago, und mv brudder ice and snow of tlie Rex Alp.
given them, if the oats were all moist. tl
most approved style.”
aterer of its intellectual food, and a tropical winter, her desired end would in New
York semis me a shob lot hands and feet were frost-bitten. _ In
‘Du all the good dogs come from ' —[Chamber's Journal.
in every fresh want he manufactures he j surely be accomplished. But the heart yesterday. You can’t puy ’em no Vienna the station was crowded with
is arousing a new fiend to torment him. of the bachelor was adamant, and by a blaee else.”
|sirsons eager to see the heroes of the
‘Oh. no! Many of the finest speei- .
\ . .... 1 instance in point is the growth clever coup d'etat ho escaped once more
“They don't look very strong.”
day. Tlie three looked very thin and
Bns we have come from alleys where'
of magazine illustration, a device which
“What? If you can preak < dose wasted as if tiiey were just recovering
lowed, and it was only after some very
Ire is scarcely enough to raise them
from a fatal illness; hut they did not
Moreover, all but tfie lower classes in originated with the publishers, lint plain conversation with the mamma suspenders by shumping over nine
.. That pair of »panic's li.er.-.’’ pohit- England are gradually yielding to an in which, like a rolling stone at the heels
fences I gif you ten hairs!”
complain of anything being the matter
t to two silken - haired, black - ami- sidious relaxation and Oriental luxury of a bo}’ running down hill, gives them
“I wonder bow they’ll wear.
with them. They were gratified to hear
lite Is-anties, who were frisking analogous to that of the Romans just lie- much trouble to kis-p ahead of it.— one. A little while ago she laid siege
“Sliust like iron, lien* ish a hair of of the safety of their other companion,
to the heart of another young man, not dot Latent,” he replied as he unbut
out in the little yard uttaelied to their fore the fall of the empire. During the [ Boston Courier.
search of whom they had endured so
so skilled in the art of self-protection, toned his vest, “dot 1 haf worn over in
Mel, “were raised bv a Russian elu present generation England has flinched
for he fell an easy victim to her well ar two v’ars!”
ant in an alley not far from here, every time she has been brought to a
HOW HE WON HER.
ranged plans. Madame has another
THE STORY OF THE STATUE.
o sometimes had scarcely enough to fighting issue with any nation of any
The farmer had gone la-fore the dealer
“I am sorry for you, sir, but my eligible daughter in the field, and it is saw where had made the slip, and then
They are worth $180, but that thing like her own size. If ever a na
the profession of arms has its
■Ul Would not part with them until he tion was bound in honor to go to war it daughter has lieen brought to a life of rumored that a husband for her has he looked after the retreating figure ami sad as well as its brilliant side is shown
V ounisdled to do it.”
was England when she plighted her luxury, ami I can never allow her to be- mamma.
in rather a striking manner by the
“I guess I let der batent part alone sculptor of the monument on the edge
| “ not srrrz, nt’T P omeranians .”
word to protect Denmark against Prussia come your wife.”
“But you forget.
I am a properocs
und go in heafy on der embroidery of the Niederwald. The German, in
“What has liecome of the Spitz?”
and Austria in 1863. If England had
“Did any one drop a fifty-cent piece peesness! ”—[ Den ver Tribune.
“The Spitz is in bad favor with most beeif consistent to her traditions she broker.”
his passage from youth to age anil from
“Yes, I know; but the markets are here in tlie straw?” inquired a man on
tople, but we shall sell a good many 1 would have fought Russia in 1877, and
civil life to the landstnrm, goes through
Germans. They are sold, though. again France in 1879, when French
L ost $200,000 on Oxs G ame .—While many transformations, each of which
Like chain-lightning several men felt
Pomeranians. A Spitz by any other bondholdersand usurers forced France man to-morrow.”
in the environs of Newburg I seems to involve for him keen domestic
in their pockets, ami replied in chorus:
me smells just as sweet.”
to seize one of the guiding reins in
the plain house near the grief. First as a recruit he is taken
“So I understand; but the iron busi
“Yes, I did.”
“Among wealthy men like George Egypt, England’s antipathy to hitting
who lost $200,000 from his fond parents to serve his three
Then the man walked out U|>on the
J. Child» or A. J. lhexel. shepherd anybody of her own weight forced her ness is subject to great fluctuation.”
My informant yearn, from twenty to twenty-three,
“And I have three woolen factories, platform, so that he could get off and
are great favorites. I sold one to into an artificial arrangement with
good average with the colors; secondly, as a reserve
prominent newspaper man some time France, a course of which the only out am a memlair of a jobbing firm, and own run, if necessary, and said:
man, between the ages of twenty-three
“Then why in thunder don't you get qualities, but had been brought up in and twenty-seven, we see him called
P>, but he brought him back afterwards come possible was the necessity of Eng a large amount of real estate.”
“All of them uncertain properties. down and look for it before some one the most pennriou» manner by a rich upon by the voice of duty and the
•'I bought a lot of new chicken». The land’s chastising poor little Egypt. A
father. His father thought that the
had used the old lot up SO badly war with Frame, or with anylxxly but Even real estate is being ruined by high picks it up? That's what I do every only Way to make a hoy appreciate a written order of the superior authorities
W th. v were not goo<l for any thing, negroes. Asiastics, Zulus or Egyptians,
to quit his much loved bethrothed in
“Yes, I own a newspaper.”
And as lie skipped off the car, the fortune was to give him nettling at all; order to join his old regiment in view
here is a class of people, too, who [ might have the effect of bringing about
men who said they had <lrop?>e.l a fifty-
•ve plenty of money, that have their England’s |sditi<-al unity with Great
given fixal enough, and sometimes went of war; and thirdly, as a soldier of the
‘Vorites among the dog kind and are Britain, so that in the British parliament my dear boy. She is yours.”—[Phila cent piece kept well screened behind around the markets hungry and asking landwehr, to which he Is-longs from
their evening papers.
8 carried away by every new* furor. a member from New Zealand or Mani- delphia Call.
I help. At last he receive«! a million dol- twenty-seven to thirty-two, he is re
tat s the reason Philadelphia has so , toba might sit side by side with the
1 ns, but the gamblingjpassion broke out presented as tearing himself away from
•uy fine Newfoundlands. There are ] member for London or Greenwich. If
KKXtXDEti H im or H oms .—“What
First l’arty—“When does a man lie- i in him and some shar|a-rs t<s»k from him liis affectionate wife and several small
al specimens of that variety so,
, then for England to get into a veal awfullv soggy biscuits they had on the come a seamstress?”
about a fifth of his fortune, and it was children to defend the menaced father-
*»n in most localities, Some good war
would be in the long run a good table this morning!” said Mrs. Weiss-
Second party—“When he hems and only discovered when he brought suit for land against invasion. At the age of
tack was introduced years ago, and it' | tiling.—[ Exchange.
brod to her lord ami master, who sat by Laws.”
I the last few thousands, which, according thirty-two, after twelve years’ service,
*s been kept up. Bull dogs are a
her s de on the veranda of the country
to his education, seemed dearer to him actual or potential, the German soldier
fancy for a lady, eh?”
hotel; “really I couldn't eat them.”
Second party—“When he threads Ilia than the previous bulk of money bo had forms part of the landstnrm, and as he
will now lie only required to |irotect his
silently paid up.
From what I read in the papers alxmt “They reminded you of home, didn't way.”
own home, he is not separated from any
“I know a ladv on Walnut street who harmony existing at Buffalo, I am in they, dearest?” replied Weissbnxl. “No
one. It is only in connection wi.h hi*
’ll have no other kind, and she
‘ will clined to believe that daring my sum wonder they made you homesick and
Second party—“When he rips and
One bad actor and a half-down sticks three first periisls oí servite that he
8 bnv one. either, until he has lieen mer vacation the dictionary has been destroyed your Appetite.”
Mrs. W., tear».”
make up what is called a combination. ligures on the great national monument,
®ned up'—that is, set to fight with somewhat changed. Be kind enough to wh i prides herself on her cookery, gives
Home of the combinations want to die and to the German of a sentimental east
•other, to see whether he has grit, state that perfect “harmony” reigns Weissbrod a look which is one part re
Second |>arty—“Give it up.”
so bad that they liorrow money to go tlie representation of the sufferings to
** become» very mnch excited over likewise in my establishment.—| Satan
to Texas on. Of course they never which he is subjected can scarcely be en
kh a scene and always buys the win in Life.
I leaves him to enjoy his cigar in solitude.