Dr Franklin says that ' every little fragment of the day should be saved.' Oh, yes ; the moment the day breaks, sat yourself at onca to save the pieces. An Irishman living in an . atic was asked on what floor he dwelt. ' Shure, if tbe house were topsy-turvy, I'd b_ living on the first flure,' was tbe reply. A paper in Memphis relates the case of a beautiful young lady, the daughtei of wealth . parents, eloping with ar editor. This is as it should be. Wt thought all along that the young lad) would eventually recover from th< coachman mania and aspire to thf nobility again. The lisping Christian thus defendec her pronouciation : — ' Doethn't oui minthter direct our thtepth in thd nar row.path ?. Ithn't he then ou? pathterl
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Clutha Leader, Volume VII, Issue 389, 25 March 1881
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Clutha Leader, Volume VII, Issue 389, 25 March 1881
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