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  2. HUMOROUS COLUMN.

    A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men.—HUDIBRAS. ...

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  4. Another Socialist Failure.

    THE following extracts from a letter —Clearly; not written for publication —received from a lady-resident, Membassa, East Africa, dated Sept. 1, have ...

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    THE DUKE GOT EVEN,—The Duke of Northumberland, in spite of his vast wealth, is very unaffected and simple in his life. Whenever he travels on a railway he ...

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    HIS HORSE WAS 'PISCOPAE.—A Virginia Judge once visited a plantation where, the darkey who met him at the gate asked him which barn he would have his horse put in. ...

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    DOES MARRIAGE END LOVE,—"And we shall conclude our love with marriage," he said" after all the preliminaries had been arranged, as he thought. ...

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    SCOTLAND HARD HIT.—Here is one of the most recent Scotch golfing, stories. It is true, although, perchance, it may be antique. It was at St. Andrews, and a caddy was ...

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    THE PERILS OF POLITICS.—"My friend," said the candidate for Parliamentary honors, drawing a one-eyed stranger; close to his means of livelihood, "Do you,want to make ...

    Article : 175 words
  10. A Small Farmers' Union.

    IN a recently published Foreign Office report, an account is given of a very interesting little agricultural union, which has been. formed by the small ...

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    How HE HURT HIMSELF.—The tramp is a student of human nature, at least, that human nature which is feminine, and which has its little jealousies over the back yard ...

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    HAD THE RHEUMATISM.—"I've got your account here-falls due to-day, " Hain't got no money." " How about cotton." ...

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    THE HUMAN VOICE.—One's ' surprise at the fact that no two persons' voices are perfectly alike ceases when one is informed by an authority on the subject that, though ...

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    Scene — Country village: School-board election. The Rev. Mr. Blank, beaming and genial, seeking re-election, meets Sandy, an old worthy who has a vote. ' Good morning, ...

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    Every woman—or man for that matter— values a good complexion and white teeth. Everyone cannot be beautiful, but almost, everyone may possess that great aid to ...

    Article : 120 words
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