The average man has very little use for a smart woman (says an American paper). She ia full of schemes,, and is ambitious to ahjne. Her disposition is anything but
domestic, and she is not the most genial companion for a man whose mind is taken up with business affairs. He doesn't care how intelligent she is, but he hasn't much use for her if she is smart.
A man supposed to be a tramp was found dead in a wood out West. A jury inquired into the cause of his death, and reported as follows:—" The jury does not find that the dead man has been foully dealt with, and is of the opinion that he died simply because his time had come, and there was no getting out of it."
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
Evening Star Evening Star, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
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