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  2. Elotsam and Jetsam

    If you will love me, dearest one, I'll give up all my chums; I'll give up clubs, and be content To live on milk and crumbs; ...

    Article : 106 words
  3. Gas.

    "I'll tell you what it is, Angelina," Mr. Stinglechin said, "I've stood this blooming neuralgia till it's neuralgia no longer, it's oldralgia, and confoundedly old too. I've ...

    Article : 1,412 words
  4. The Maternal Stocking.

    Much-sentiment, as everybody knowns, Is lavished on pretty lose Cashmere; or silk; or serviceable worsted Ghat is ere they get bursted, ...

    Article : 279 words
  5. Made of the Right Stuff.

    "What are your qualifications for an umpire?" asked the president of the football down a mine shaft, was run over ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. Deductive Reasoning.

    Tommy: "And the missionary was eaten by the cannibal! Will the missionary go to heaven?" Father: "Oh, yes'" ...

    Article : 50 words
  7. They Were Quits.

    Hicks: "I owe you an apology. The fact is, it was raining, and I saw your umbrella, and, supposing you had gone home for good, I took it." ...

    Article : 74 words
  8. Nothing Defined.

    An Irish car-driver was called upon to settle a wager which turned upon his ability to answer any question that was put to him without stopping to think. The ...

    Article : 73 words
  9. No Aristocracy in the Stater.

    The following story is being told, and enjoyed in London society just now. A bright young American girl was a guest at a recent dinner where several peeresses, ...

    Article : 84 words
  10. Her Dream Came True.

    When Gen. Vane was quartered in a small town in Ireland he and his lady were regularly besieged whenever they entered their carriage by an old beggar woman who ...

    Article : 177 words
  11. The Effect of Early Training.

    "Young man," said the Judge to a prisoner who had been found guilty of stealing some stained-glass windows, "what ever possessed you to take to this strange ...

    Article : 65 words
  12. A Judge of Character.

    "That man who just went out," remarked the observant man, "is a butcher." "He is," replied the storekeeper. "You know him, probably." ...

    Article : 228 words
  13. A Bad Place for Cyclists.

    One of the most curious legal decisions affecting cyclists ever heard of was recently given in Algiers. It seems that a wheelman while riding slowly was upset and injured ...

    Article : 181 words
  14. His Avocation.

    Ragged Haggard (at the door): "Yes, I know, maddim, dat it don't look jest right for a strong man like me to be beggin'. I'd be glad to go to work, but it's only jest now ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. A Question of Etiquette.

    "Excuse, me. Mrs. Bowder," said the cook, "but' would ye moind if I had this address engraved on me cyard?" "Not at all, Bridget. This is your home, ...

    Article : 80 words



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