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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1900)
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MEET HIM WITH
A Itnle Thni Elicits n Protent From
"1 do vlsl 801110 out would write n
fow rules foi men.." said n young mar
ried woman recently. "I'm awfully
tired of read I n,; in magazines and
newspapers that I must meet my hug
liand when lie eomes liome from hla
olllee 'pleasantly and elieerfully,' Hint
tlie house must lie like a new pin, I
lnrsi lie prettily gowned, the dinner
iinisi he daintily cooked and served
and that ho mustn't be worried with n
roc ilal of the troubles of the day, no
mailer If delirium .mpervenes for me.
"Those precepts are all right theoret
ically and under ordinary circum
stances are practical. Every woman
follown them instinctively who wishes
to retain her husband's admiration, but
why aren't there a fow laws of thia
sort laid down for men to follow'
"Why isn't there some one to tell
them to look cheerful when thoy come
iu and to forbear to grumble If dinner
is a trlllo late for any good reason, to
bo a little sympathetic and affection
4ite and remember that theirs are not
the only troubles In Hie house?
'According to thomlinary writer, a
woman's whole married life should be
spent In practicing expedients to keep
her husband's lovi from growing cold,
while ho apparently may pursue any
course he pleases, civil or uncivil, ty
rannical or gentlemanly, and bo sure of
"This may not bo the masculine idea
of the cast' ut all; the sterner sex may
not really expect to get the whole
globe and give nothing in return, but
It is not the writer's fault If they don't.
I sedulously keep all such articles
iiway from John, for he's a very good
husband, and I'm afraid such litera
ture would put ideas into bis bend and
"Now. poor unenlightened soul, he
has an idea that my side of the part
nership lias its own worries, and ho
tries to help me straighten them out.
but who knows how he would change
If he over discovered that he Is really
made of china and has to be handled
With cate to keep from being broken?"
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BOYI GOODBYI Rr:OjLiogijryj-JAJ7Zr
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How oft In my dreams t go back to the day
When I stood ut oui old wooden Rate
And Marled to school in lull battle array,
Well armed with n prlmci and slate,
And as the latch felt I llimiKlit m.felt tree
And gloried, I fear, on the sly,
Tilt I heard u kind oiee that whispered to me:
"Ut a pood hoy! (loudly!"
"Ilo a pood hoy! (ioodhyl" It seems
Tlicj liuxc followed me all these ytwrj,
They hau Rhen a form to m.t outliful dreams
And scattered iiij tnolicli fears;
They have Maid m (eel on many a lirlnk,
Unseen lv n blinded eye,
For Just in time I would pause and think:
"lie n Rood hoy! Goodhyl"
Oh, brother of mine, in the battle of life,
.lust starting or neiriiiR Its close,
This motto aloft, iu the midst of the strife.
Will conquer whereu'r it rooj!
Mistakes you will make, for each of us errs,
Uut, brother. Just honestly trj
To accomplish your best. In whatever occurs
"Uc a Rood boy ! (loodby !"
John I.. Miroy in Saturd.iy Evening Post.
A PARTIALLY OBEYED ORDER
LIKE THE LITTLE ONES.
Meet, ns n Utile, Art- Ponil of tlie Soci
ety of Clillilrci!.
"There's a very general idea abroad
In the laud that men don't care to
board iu a house where there are chil
dren," said one of the sterner sex yos
torday, "but that is, I believe, a groat
mistake, just as It is an error to imag
ine that men generally don't like the
little ones. No doubt there are a fow
crusty old bachelors In the world who
would bo horribly annoyed by patter
ing foot and shrill little voices in tlie
halls and on the stairs, but 1 must con
fess I like to hear those noises, and t
find by questioning a number of my
friends all young, unmarried men
thai they do also. The children give n
sort of homy atmosphere that's very
pleasant to oven the most comfortless
"Taking ono thing with another. I
believe men are fonder of children
than women are anyhow. What 1
mean la that more men than women
4i n; fond of them. I know plenty of
the gentler rox who wouldn't think of
going to a boarding bonne where
3'oungsters were admitted, and I know
just as many men who seek out those
places and obtain a crtain amount of
comfort and satisfaction in their lone
ly lives in making friends with the
youngsters ami spending valuable time
repairing sundry broken toys or telling
wonderful stories in which giants tig
tire to an amazing extent.
"A child's affection Is a very delight
ful thing, and most men feel flattered
to be the object of even a mild liking
on the part of tlie small tyrants. There
41 ro half a dozen little ones In the house
where I board, and 1 am the familiar
friend of every one of them. It's a
very delightful and aluiorblng ac
quaintance, and I'm fast developing
Into a story toller of hucJi marked abil
ity that I'll make a fortune In this
way, no doubt, after awhile." Detroit
The Reporter Returned, but tlie .'Mule
Wiih a Total I.ohn.
Harmon W. Ib-owu of Ohio, who held
a responsible place on the stall' of Geu
eral Uawllns during the civil war. tells
the following story of tlie general's
treatment of an Intrusive reporter:
"One day before Vlcksburg the cor
respondent of a certain paper went to
General Uawllns for news.
"The general pondered a moment and
took mo one side.
'"Take this young innu,' he said, 'up
to the top of those trenches within a
stone's throw of the enemy. Take him
up there ami lose him. I don't care
what happens. Understand?'
"I said I did, aud wo started through
the lines. Both of us wore mounted. I
pointed out a crest overlooking tlie en
emy and told him ho could get a good
view from that point.
"'Ain't you coming with moV he
" 'No.' 1 replied. 'I know all I want
"So he slatted alone. As soon as the
top of bis hat aud the tips of his mule's
ears showed above the crest there came
a vollej of musketry ten yards wide
that cut the air like a big knife blade.
The crown of bis hat was sliced off as
with shears. He managed to drop to
tlie ground in safety, but the perse ver
After the firing ceased the correspond
ent crawled to the spot where I was.
"'Did you learn what you wanted to
know?' 1 asked.
"'KhV gasped the correspondent,
wiping Ids race and looking at his
hands to see whether they were bloody.
'What 1 wanted to know? Oh. yes. of
course. The enemy are over that ridge
"When we returned to hondquarters.
General Uawllns saw us and hailed
mo. I went Inside his tent.
" 'I thought I told you to lose that
confounded reporter somewhere,' he
'"I did the host I could, sir.' I an
swered. 'Ilo came back, but 1 have
the honor to report the mule a total
loss.'" Saturday Evening Post.
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