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A wheelman of Corunna, Mich.,
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In the Atlanta Journal several
weeks ago Thomas R. R. Cobb
printed a character fketch which
he called “The Colonel.” The
friends of Colonel Lon Livingston,
congressman from the Fifth dis
trict, will agree that he and “Col
onel Don” bear a striking resem
blance to each other, and from
the fact that Mr. Cobb and the
congressman have campaigned to
gether it will be suspected that in
.writing “The Colonel” Mr. Cobb
has been more a historian than a
[ According to Tom Cobb’s viva-
cious sketch he and Lon, whom
[ Tom in his screed calls “Don,”
fell to watching the politicians in
the Kimball House as their pulled
r and jerked one another at their
[wirework. After shooting a flood
»f tobacco juice between his fingers
■tome distance across the floor, the
‘colonel” adjusted his spectacles
‘Nothing’s too high or low for
these little fellows to barter and
sell. The other day a boy running
for page in the house traded the
rote of a state senator to a gen
tleman who desired lo be justice
>f the supreme court.”
“You surely don’t mean that,
;olonel,” said I.
“To be sure I do, and the meau-
?st part of it was after the supreme
jourt candidate got the little
>age’s senator and was elected he
refused to deliver the promised
rote to the boy. The youngster
rot there nevertheless.”
My surprise at this story seemed
amuse the colonel greatly and
“That’s nothing; a gentleman
for secretary of the senate
years ago and the repr;sent-
from his county was a jolly
who was brand n^w in
legislative business. The can-
got Pat to let him trade
Irishman’s vote and afterwards
legislator told of it in about
“Now, begorra, how was Oi.to
bow miny jedges and silici-
they’d be avthim, whin naver
of them had Oi heard of or
before? But, Bill, you bet,
knowed thim all, and he’d
to me,Bill would, with
and he’d say ivery toime,
Bill would, ‘Now, Pat,
the mon you’ll vote for,’
thin O’d say, ‘Sure, Bill, and
thot he is.’ But Bill coom so
much and he coom so often till at
last Oi said, ‘Be St. Patrick, Bill,
hQW miny be they?’ ‘Not anither
wan now of thim, Pat,’ says Bill;
‘Oi ain’t agoin’ to trade you any
more, my old liberty-loving, pa
triots South Georgia citizen, for
Oi’ve done already swapped you.
off all around.’ ‘How’s thot,
Bill?’ says Oi. ‘Why,’ says that
domned fellow, Bill, ‘Oi’ve traded
ye, my friend, Pat, to ivery mith-
er’s son av thim on both sides in
ivery race.’ ‘Good Gawd, Bill,
says Oi, ‘is thot honest politics?’
‘Jest as honest as honesty,’ says
Bill; ‘all politics is.’ ‘Well, thin,’
saye Oi, ‘what in the h—-41 am Qi
to do whin the votin’ toime
cooms?’ ‘Oh, thot’a easy,’ says
Bill, ‘all ye must do 19 to play sick
in y*our room and stay in your
bed.’ Aud thot same thing Oi had
to do, and, begorra, whiniver a
bloody candidate av thim coom
knocking on my door Oi yelled
at him thot Oi was sick with the
stomachache down in me bed and
Oi could hear old Bill on the out
side fellin’ av ivery wan av thim
thot my belly wuz in a extreme
fix. and iu no way to be carried to
a caucus—not eveD a democratic
caucus. And thot’s the way Bill
coom to be secretary, and up domn
mon has iver traded me since thot
day, and* none av thim niver will.”
“Did that actually happen, col
“Yes, sir, it did, and I knojv all
the parlies well, and such things
occur every session of the general
While we were chatting at the
cigar stand we saw many ladies
promenading the arcades of the
Kimball and they would lean over
the balustrades to watch with
great interest the seething poli
ticians below. A gentleman near
us asked one of his companions if
he had noticed how such scenes
“I have,” said he; “why is it?”
“Because thev are natural born
gamblers. It’s in their nature to
take great risks. No -man could
ever be born unless the very na
ture of woman was recklessly that
of a gambler.”
“Yes,” said an eloquent and
poetic young fellow from Augusta,
“they sit fascinated yonder that
they* may watch the most terrible
game man can play, the game
wherein Rome’s lofty powers were
won and lost—the game that gave
Greece names which will keep the
name of Greece alive- forever—the
game that has, does and always
will absorb the lion’s share of
man’s heart, soul and mind—the
fierce game of politics.”
“It is an absurd thing,” said an
old whitehaired official who has
been sucking the public teat for
thirty years and who was flocking
with the boy’s to keep on the in
“Yet,” said a serious faced man
who had just bought a cigar,
“while these very men were gath
ering here the biggest player of
them all was struck from the
stage, which only plunged the re
maining actors deeper into their
“Death can’t stop the game
observed the colonel.
“No,” rejoined the gentleman,
“it may vary the stakes or change
the players, that’s all,”-
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
Two Ladies Discover How They
Had Made Themselves Dis
Two ladies were standing on the
door-step of a house in George
town, where but a moment before
they had rnng the bell, and were
waiting to be admitted. One was
talking along very intently, when
the taller woman interrupted her.
“Be careful,” she said, “some
body may hear you.”
“I’m very particular,” replied
the other. “I looked all around
before I said anything and there
was nobody iu sight.”
“That’s what I thought once,
too, and I made a serious mistake.
I was calling once, just as we are
now, and waa with a woman who
could and did say the meanest
things about people I ever heard
talk. I’m not given to that kind
of thing usually, but I do love a
bit of gossip, and sometimes I am
led into saying things I shouldn’t.
On this occasion the lady we were
to call on was not a favorite of
mine, and when the other woman
said something sarcastic I chimed
right in and said I thought she
was the silliest and homeliest and
dowdiest and 6tnpidest woman of
my entire acquaintance, and that
I only called from a sense of duty
anyhow. And a few other things
like that I said.
“Well, we were let in after
long wait, and the reception was
the chilliest I ever met with,
couldn’t understand it, for we were
really T on good terms, as those
things go, and we got out as soon
we could. That night I told
my husband about it when he
came home, and he wondered at it
too. Next evening he came in
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smiling, aud told me that the next
time I had anything to say about
my neighbors on their own door
steps I had better first see if there
were any speaking tubes to tell on
me. That explained it all in
second. A doctor used to live in
that same house and he had a
speaking tube at the door, as
physicians do. The lady we were
calling on had never changed it,
and as I found out afterward, the
mean thing, she used to sit close
to the other end of that tube and
listen to what people might be
saying at the door.
“She didn’t make much by lis
tening to me, and she didn’t dare
to tell me that she knew what I
thought of her, and I didn’t care
if she did know, only since that
time I have been more careful.
There’s a tube up there, eee?” and
the tall lady pointed to. an inno
cent looking month-piece pouting
out of the door-frame. However,
there was no response to their ring
and as they met the lady coming in
just as they started away they felt
perfectly safe and hadi a pice call.
Society the Best Teacher of Eti
The best book of etiquette is
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If you feel awkward or uncertain
watch those people whose man
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in the best sense of the word.—
Octoher Ladies’ Home Journal.
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