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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1895.
WHEN MARIA JANE IS MAYOR.
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When Maria Jnno'a elected to tho mayoralty
Thoro'H Ihi many wrongs corrected that aro
now apparent there.
Tho aldnualk will bo eariwtcd, tho streets
swept thrleo a day,
Tho alley bo as fniKrnnt as fields of new
What w Ith parties and receptions nnit occa-
Mciimlly n ball,
Thorn will bo n transformation around tho
And each ward In tho city will bo represented
By lovily aldcrwomcn and not horrid alder,
When Marin Jano Is mayor, nono but ladies
will, of course,
Bo appointed members of tho city police force.
And In their bloomor uniforms they'll look ho
Tho gang to bo arrested will consider It a treat.
Tho stores will bo compelled to have a b.irgitn
salo each day,
And fur chewing gum and soda you 111 not
bo miked to pay.
Oh, great reforms will bo projected, nil tho
wrongs w 111 bo corrected
When Maria Juno's elected to tho mayoralty
William West in Chicago Record.
NEEDED NO LAWYER.
Because He Did Not Want to Tako Ad
vantage of the State,
Jndgo Jim Griggs was reminded of n
story by tho passing of on olectrio car
and begau :
"Ono of tho fnnnicst things that over
happened during my connection with
tho Georgia judiciary was when I was
first elected solicitor.
"Tho demands of my position fre
quently put mo in tho attitudo of proso
cnting n friend. It was hard, but I did
"An ox-Bhoriff of a comity in my cir
cuit it follow that I had known and
Kkod for a long whilo was prosecuted
for making uway with somo money. It
was nu ugly chargo. Tho evidence was
conclusive against him.
"When I wont down to court, hocamo
staggering into my room about two
thirds drunk. 'Jim,' he said, 'theso in
fernal scoundrels aro trying to prosocuto
mo perfect outrage I told 'em just
wait till I saw Jim Griggs, and wo'd
fix it I told 'em wo'd lot 'em know
who to prosecute. And wo will. Won't
"I looked at him very gravely, and
said: 'Tom, I'vo got n doadeiihO against
you, I'm going to prosccuto you, convict
yon and send you to tho penitentiary.
You aro guilty. You got tho money, and
I'vo got the evidouco to provo it. '
"Bo looked at mo in perfect amaze
mout. Ho was dumfonndod. Ho said I
didn't moan it I told him I did. Ho
straightened himself up and marched
ont without n word.
"His caso was tho first ono called aft
er dinner. Tho judgo askod him if ho
had any counsel. Ho said no and didn't
want any. Ho spoko in a half drunken
fashion. 'But,' said tho judgo, 'yon aro
charged hero with a serious offense, nnd
if you have uo money to employ a law
yer I'll appoint ono for you. '
"Tho defendant didn't liko it. Ho
aroso with difficulty. Ho steadied him
self against a tablo, and sponking in a
maudlin fashion said :
" 'Yer honor, I said I don't want no
counsel, nnd I don't want nono. I moant
what I said. I don't want hie tako
no 'vantngo of zo state Stato ain't got
no counsel what dor I wont with
any?' "Atlanta Constitution.
In ovcry household tho daughter has
her nppoiutcdwork. In ull but tho rich
er merchants' houses tho daughter's
duty is to bring the water from thowoll
evening and moruiug. It is tho gossip
ing placo of tho villngo, this well, and
as tho snu sets there conio running down
all tho girls of tho village As they fill
their jura they lean over the curb and
talk, and it is hero that aro tojd tho lat
est news, tho latest flirtation, tho latest
marriage, tho littlo scandal of tho place.
Very fow men come Wator carrying is
not thoir duty, and thero is a proper timo
and placo for flirtation. So tho girls
havo tho well almost to thomsolvos.
Almost every girl will weave In ev
ery house thero will be a loom, whore
the girls weave their dresses and those
of their parents. And very many girls
will have stalls in tho bazaar; but of
this I will speak lator. Other duties
are tho husking of tho rice and tho mak
ing of cheroots. Of coarse in tbo richer
households thero will bo servants to do
all this, but evon in them tho daughter
will frequently weave, either for hor
self or for her parents. Almost overy
girl wilf do something, if it bo only to
pass tho time. Blackwood's Magazine.
What She Saw.
Mmo. Do Cornuel went to Versailles
to ijeo tho French court, whon M. Do
Torcy and M. De Soignelay, both very
yonng, had just been appointed minis
ters. Sho saw thorn as well as Mmo. De
Maintenon, who had then grown old.
When sho returned to Paris, somo ono
asked her what remarkablo things sho
had seen. "I have soon," she said,
"what I never expectod to see thoro. I
havo seen lovo in its tomb and tho min
istry in its cradle"
Chooalof a Wife.
Tho plainost foaturos becomo hand
some unawares whon associated only
with kind feelings, and tho loveliest
faco disagreeablo whou linked with ill
humor or caprico. People should re
inoinber this when they aro solectiug a
fuco which thoy nro to 600 every morn
ing across tho breakfast tablo for the
remainder of their lives. N. P. Willis.
Sergeant O'Kcefo.who spent flvo years
in tho observatory on Piko's peak, says
that tho lowest toraperaturo observed
was CO degrees below zero, tho highost
03 degrees above.
Somo men do as much begrudge oth
ers a good name as they want ono them
selves, and perhaps that is tho reason of
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