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YANKEE HUMOUR. SYMPATHISED WITH HIM, BUT-. Dilby Hello, old fellow, you look depressed this morning come let me cheer you up TeU me the trouble and I shall know just how to proceed." Wigwug (brightening): Why, I ve just paid out my last niekel, to get square with the world, so if you Happy manâsquare with the worâthere's my car-'m m a hur-" A POPULAR PLAN. "Had any trouble with yor wauter pipes this winter?" he asked as they were about to separate. Not the slightest." }) "You must box 'em, eh ? Not a box." } "How do you manage?" "Let the Water Board turn the water offnoyember 1 for non-payment of rent and depend upon my neigh* hours. WAS MISTAKEN. Good joke on me a little while ago," he said AI he rubbed his hands and slapped his leg. Howâwhat ?" I was carrying a light of glass along Congress- street, and a man asked if I was suffering. I didn t see the point at first, but nowâha ha ha "But I can't see the point." "Suffering, don't you seeâha! ha ha Didn't he ask if you were in pane ? Oh yes, that was it, come to think. How stupid I was, to be sure I really thought there was a pun somewhere. Excuse me-I take it all back." THE UNDERTAKER'S FRIEND. A man reading a newspaper in a tramcar was observed to chuckle vociferously. Another man sitting alongside of him remarked You seem to be very much amused ? "You bet I am amused. I expect to rake in several thousand dollars." "Rich relative dead and left you money? Better than that. I have just read that the Board of Health is going to tear open the streets in my ward and lay new sewer pipes during this warm weather. That means typhoid fever, and I am an undertaker. I tell you, my dear sir, I don't know what we poor undertakers would do for a living if it wasn 6 for that Board of Health." IN SAFE HANDS. In cleaning your coat," he said, as he halted a gen- tleman on the steps of the post-office, I found these two letters in the lining. When your wife called for the garment I thought it best not to say anything about the letters." The gentleman received them, flushed up, and then turned pale, and as he put them in one pocket and drew a silver dollar from the other he remarked "You did exactly right. These are a couple of letters my wife wrote to me when we were sparking, and I wouldn't have lost them for a hundred dollar bU" Quite right sir, and I'm much obliged. If she writes you any more and I find 'em you can depend upon my discretion." pvpr.AINING THE BANKRUPT LAW. â¢So what your 'pinion ob dat bankrupt law ? » Tink him fuss-rate, Pompey I imply for daL application myself." i â Jest explain him principles. Why, you see here now just lenrt me oat n*li»| dollar you got for whitewashing." Pompey xiands hi DO the money, and Sambo deliberately put,, it into W.m pocket. "Dereden, says Sauibo," now I ov;eg.de shoemMcer tree shillings, ;vutl you liafT:i( ollar# besides de grficer's bill; now dU hatf (ioll.tr is all .to property I P 11 divideshim to do I take (le 'i"1 b!,Clc saysPompey. "Do you tink dis P^.lilcl green," replied Sambo. "I'm a bankrupt! ^ou gets yoursi with de oddel j creditors J ¿.

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