MAXIMS OF NAMREH EET ESIW.
(XVtk. Dynasty). The Booster that crows in the Morning shrinks down on his Perch at Night. Boast not of thy courage, my Brother, for some one may turn out the Light. My Son, at your ease you may Borrow, and once in a while you may Lend, But when you are asked for Payment, Pay—if you value a Friend. He who is fording the Kiver laug&s not at the Roar of the Fall. Ihe Wise yield in Peace to a Woman, and Fools try their strength with a Squall. Laugh, if you want to be Welcomed. Weep, if you want to be guyed. Enter my dwell&g, Old Follow, but please leave your Troubles outside. Lend to your Friend of your Shekels; go out and get him a Vote. But, if you value Contentment, sign not your Same to a Xote. The Bain has come down on a Sudden, and draggled the overbold Hen. 'If you would gain Merit, my Sister, avoid ye the gaze of the Men. The Jackass may dress as a Lien, but look how it runs at a Roar! Because £c rides by in an Auto is cause to suspect Him the more. Who puts on the Dress you admire, and Becks youT advice in a Plan? ■Take h«ed to thy freedom, O Brother, for 6he is in love with a Man. Accept of his friendship when offered, but let thy Acceptance ba cool. Tho strength, of the Wise is in Silence, and Speech is the Death of a Fool. Two things may no Man be forgiven if that at his Door they bo laid; ■Forgetting a Date with a Woman, and leaving a Card Debt unpaid. What, then, if Sha greet you with Laughter, and straightway begin to be Sad? Remember that she is a Woman, and therefore a little bit Mad. . Saturday; Evenisg Post,
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