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HUMOR AND THE HUMORIST.

DA BLUE DEVIL.

T. A. DALY, IN “CATHOLIC STANDARD AND TIMES.

For I will not take your money, which is greasy

in its feel, I will not take your millions of Amalgamated

Steal; I will not take your money, which came back to

you by freight, But haven't you got a little bit you made in

something straight?

DON'T NAG.

Som'time w'en I no feela good

An' beezaness ees flat,
I gat so blue I weesh I could

Be justa dog or cat.
W’en evratheeng ees gona wrong

An' I mus' feex eet right,
I gat deesgust' for work so long

An' theenk would be delight
For be a leela cat, baycause

a Da only work she do Ees wash her face an' leeck her paws,

An' after dat she through. Eef you be dog you jus' can go

For sleepin' een da sun, An' you don't gat a wife, you know,

For aska you for mon.
Eet's mak' no odds how you behave

Eef you are animal;
You don't gat any soul to save,

An' when you die, dat's all!
O! my, how easy kind of life

For justa nevva mind
To run away an' leave your wife

An' evratheeng behind !

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Dees ees da way I feela w’en

I'm blue, but alla same W’en I am feel all right agen

Eet mak'sa me ashame'. W'en devil gat eenside o' me

For mak' me feel like dat I guess I would not even be A decen' dog or cat.

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THE TAINT.

Don't nag.

BY EDMUND VANCE COOKE.

I decline your double-eagles, which are jaundiced

on their face; I decline your silver sinkers, which are leprosied

and base; I will not take your bank notes, which are verdi

grised and green, But haven't you got a New York draft that's

reasonably clean?

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Just a paltry hundred thousand that you got by

hilling beans, And tucked away securely in your honest work

ing-jeans, Or a half-forgotten million that you earned by

digging ditches, And has since been segregated from the balance

of your riches?

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Haven't you got a fortune somewhere which is

rather isolated, Which could be formaldehyded, germicided, fumi

gated ? Isn't there any way to get an amnesty or absolu

tion, So a man might get the money without touching

the pollution ?

If he makes mistakes remember it is human still to err

Don't nag. You may not have strength to rescue the pale

ones whose burdens kill, Or to lift the weary toilers who are stumbling up

the hill, But you can refrain from making the world sadder, if you will

Don't nag!

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The surface knowledge of things is There is no greater impulse to noble both dangerous and without value: we action than the knowledge of bringing should be able to see and admit both appreciated happiness into the lives of sides of a question.

those we love. Away down deep in our hearts there Our own conceit is frequently only a often lives an ambition cleaner and better magnifying glass through which we look than our surface life has ever known. and form our opinion of another's weak

The acquisition of information but ness. sharpens the interrogation point of an DETERMINATION and effort is the best intelligent disposition.

insurance against failure. AFFECTED sincerity is reflected hypoc- To be obtuse may sometime prove risy.

discreet, as there are some things better While some natures hunger for love, left unsaid, so there are others better tenderness and sympathy, other disposi

never known. tions find the most perfect happiness in Talent is isolated without the ability placid platonic life.

to intelligently execute it. Great reputation is usually attended A SENSE of duty is not an evidence of with the responsibility of great attain- affection, but love-life finds gratification ments.

in its sacrifice for love's sake. ABSOLUTE loyalty is absolutely neces- Wit is largely a question of environsary for the maintenance of discipline ment and finds its best harvest in the and advancement of all interests where companionship of fools. leadership is essential.

DISHONEST characters treat with “silToo many of us nurse a grievance to ent contempt”' a question to which they its maturity.

have nothing to say or insufficient moral As labor finds consolation within the courage to answer. arms of rest, so sunshine seems brightest If you are unable to keep your own as the clouds pass from it.

counsel, can you consistently expect In real, unselfish natures, the shadows another to do so for you? of others' sorrows enter more deeply into

It is difficult for legitimate ability to the lighted places of their lives than the obtain recognition in an environment of clouds of their own misfortunes.

over-estimated personalities. Too often we consider our own rights A GREAT deal of what we term ambiand wrongs too much, and regard the tion is but a fevered nightmare disturbambitions and hopes of others too little. ing the peaceful sleep of contentment.

“WHO WOULD NOT TRY?"

BY ARTHUR G. LEWIS.
“Who would not try to win a Heaven,

Where all we love shall live again";
Where all we hope shall find its haven,
And all we suffer lose its pain;
Where all our sins shall be forgiven,
And all our faith be realized;
Where love shall find its recognition,

And all our doubts be reconciled. "STUB ENDS OF Thought" in book form, bound in silk cloth (104 pages), may be obtained from the author, Arthur G. Lewis, Norfolk, Va. Price $1.00, postpaid.

CONDENSED SCHEDULE ROYAL BLUE TRAINS OF THE B. & O.

EAST AND WEST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. ROYAL BLUE TRAINS FROM WASHINGTON,

BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK.

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BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. ROYAL BLUE TRAINS FROM NEW YORK TO

PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.

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BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. ROYAL BLUE TRAINS TO ALL POINTS WEST

AND SOUTHWEST.

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TRAINS “EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE EVEN HOUR"— NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON.

Lv. NEW YORK, 230 STREET
LV. NEW YORK, LIBERTY STREET
LV. PHILADELPHIA--
LV. BALTIMORE, MT. ROYAL STATION..
LV. BALTIMORE, CAMDEN STATION
LV. WASHINGTON.
AR. DEER PARK HOTEL
AR. PITTSBURG
AR, OLEVELAND
AR. WHEELING (EASTERN TIME)
AR. OOLUMBUS (CENTRAL TIME)
AR. OHIOAGO
AR. OINOINNATI
AR. INDIANAPOLIS
AR. LOUISVILLE
AR. ST. LOUIS
AR. OHATTANOOGA
AR. MEMPHIS
AR. NEW ORLEANS

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TRAINS “ EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR"-WASHINGTON TO NEW YORK.

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Through Pullman Sleepers to all points. N Connection east of Philadelphia is made with No. 509, "Royal Limited."
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. ROYAL BLUE TRAINS TO ALL POINTS EAST.

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LV, PITTSBURG
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LV. LOUISVILLE
LV. INDIANAPOL18.
LV. CINCINNATI
LV. NEW ORLEANS
LV. MEMPHIS.
Lv. CHATTANOOGA
LV. DEER PARK HOTEL-
AR. WASHINGTON..
AR. BALTIMORE, CAMDEN STATION
AR. BALTIMORE, MT. ROYAL STATION
AR. PHILADELPHIA
AR, NEW YORK, LIBERTY STREET
AR, NEW YORK, 28D STREET

3.30 PM 10.40 MM

7.05 PM 6.00 PM

12.25 AM 11.30 PM

2.00 PM 8.00

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Through Pullman Sleepers from all points.

* Daily.

+ Daily except Sunday.

TRAINS “EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR

BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE.

THROUGH PULLMAN PALACE CAR SERVICE.

UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SERVICE.

OPERATED BY THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY.

ROYAL BLUE TRAINS OF THE BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R. FINEST SERVICE

IN THE WORLD. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS. PARLOR COACHES.

Between Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.

EASTWARD.
No. 612. Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars from St. Louis and Pittsburg to New York. Drawing Room Sleeping
Car Pittsburg to Philadelphia.

No. 504. Drawing Room Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Car, a la carte, Washington to Philadelphia.
No. 526. Five Hour Train. Drawing Room Buffet Parlor Car Washington to New York.
No. 522. Drawing Room Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Car, a la carte, Baltimore to New York.
No. 528. Drawing Room Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Car, a la carte, Baltimore to New York.
No. 502. Drawing Room Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Car, a la carte, Washington to Phlladelphla.

No. 524. “Royal Limited." Five Hour Train. Exclusively Pullman Equipment. Buffet Smoking Car, Parlor and Observation Cars Washington to New York. Dining Car, table d'hote, Phlladelphia to New York. No extra fare other than regular Pullman charge.

No. 506. Drawing Room Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Car, lable d'hote, Baltimore to New York. No. 614. Separate Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington and Baltimore to New York.

WESTWARD. No. 505. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to Chicago. Observation Parlor Car Baltimore to Washington and Pittsburg.

No. 617. Drawing Room Buffet Parlor Car New York to Washington.
No. 601. Drawing Room Parlor Car New York to Washington. Dining Car, a la carte, Philadelphia to Washington.
No. 507. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to Washington. Dining Car, table d'hote, New York to Baltimore.
No. 527. Five Hour Train. Drawing Room Buffet Parlor Car New York to Washington.

No. 109. “Royal Limited.” Exclusively Pullman Equipment. Buffet Smoking Car, Parlor and Observation Cars. Dining Car, table d'hote, New York to Washington. No extra fare other than regular Pullman charge.

No. 503. Drawing Room Parlor Car New York to Washington. Dinlog Car, a la carte, New York to Baltimore.
No. 611. Drawing Room Buffet Parlor Car New York to Washington.
No. 515. Separate Sleeping Cars New York to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.

Between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Pittsburg, Wheeling,

Columbus, Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis,

St. Louis, Louisville, Memphis, New Orleans.

WESTWARD. No. 1. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to St. Louis. Observation Sleeping Car Washington to Cincinnati. Dining Cars serve all meals. Parlor Car Cincinnati to St. Louis. Cafe Parlor Car Cincinnati to Louisville. Observation Parlor and Sleeping Car Washington to Luray and Elkton via N. & W. Ry. No.

7. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to Chicago via Grafton and Bellaire. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Baltimore to Columbus. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Washington to Wheeling. Dining Cars serve all meals.

No. 9. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Washington to Cleveland and Sleeping Car Baltimore to Pittsburg.

No. 3. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to St. Louis. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car Washington to Parkersburg. Cafe Parlor Car Cincinnati to Louleville. Dining Cars serve all meals.

No. 11. "Pittsburg Limited.” Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car New York to Pittsburg. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Philadelphia to Pittsburg. Dining Car Connellsville to Pittsburg. No.

8. Drawing Room Sleeping Car New York to Chicago. Observation Parlor Car Baltimore to Pittsburg. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. Dining Cars serve dinner, supper and breakfast.

No. 18. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Wheeling to Chicago. Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car Cleveland to Chicago.

No. 66. Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Car New York to Cincinnati. Parlor Car Baltimore to Wheeling. Dinner at Cumberland. Dining Car Grafton to Cincinnati.

EASTWARD. No. 2. Drawing Room Sleeping Car St. Louis to New York. Observation Sleeping Car Cincinnati to Washington. Dining Cars serve all meals. Parlor Car St. Louis to Cincinnati. Parlor Car Louisville to Cincinnati. Parlor Car Washington to New York.

No. 4. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Cincinnati to New York. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Parkersburg to Washington. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Wheeling to Washington. Dining Cars serve all meals.

No. 6. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to New York via Pittsburg. Observation Parlor Car Pittsburg to Washington. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to Pittsburg. Dining Cars serve all meals.

No. 8. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to New York. Drawing Room Sleeping Car Columbus to Washington. Parlor Car Washington to New York. Dining Cars serve all meals except breakfast at Cumberland. Observation Parlor and Sleeping Car Elkton and Luray, Va., to Washington, via N. & W. Ry.

No. 10. Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Baltimore. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Cleveland to Washington.

No. 12. “Duquesne Limited.” Drawing Room Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Phlladelphia. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Pittsburg to New York. Drawing Room Sleeping Car St. Louis to New York. Dining Car Pittsburg to Connelleville. Dining Car Cincinnati to Grafton.

No. 14. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to Pittsburg. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to Cleveland. Parlor Car Pittsburg to Cumberland.

No. 14. Buffet Drawing Room Sleeping Car Chicago to Wheeling. Parlor Car Wheeling to Baltimore.

THROUGH TICKETS, SLEEPING CAR ACCOMMODATIONS And Information in Detail Concerning Passenger Train Service on Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and

Connecting Lines may be had at the Offices of the Company, as follows: AKRON, OHIO, Union Station, C. D. HONOLE, Ticket Agent. Howard Street, U. S. G. APLEY, Ticket Agent. BALTIMORE, N.W.Cor. Charles and Saratoga Streets Y. M.C. A. Building). G. D. CRAWFORD, Ticket Agent: G. W. SQUIGGINS,

City Passenger Agent; B. F. BOND, Special Agent; G. W. PAINI, Passenger Agent. Camden Station, E. R. JONES, Ticket

Agent. Mt. Royal Station, Chas. COCKEY, Ticket Agent. BELLAIRE, OHIO, J. F. SHERRY, Ticket Agent. BOSTON, 360 Washington Street, J. B. SCOTT, New England Passenger Agent; T. K. RUTH, Traveling Passenger Agent;

E. E. BAEKEY, Ticket Agent. BROOKLYN, N. Y., 343 Fulton Street, T. H. HENDRICKSON, Ticket Agent. BUFFALO, N. Y., 210 Ellicott Square, H. A. WELLB, Eastern Passenger Agent, B. &0. S.-W. BUTLER, PA., WM. TURNER, Ticket Agent. CANTON, OHIO, S.S. C. MCGREW, Ticket Agent. CHESTER, PA., J. B. WINTERS, Ticket Agent. CHICAGO, 244 Clark Street, Grand Pacific Hotel, W. W. PICKING, District Passenger Agent: H. W. MCKEWIN, City Ticket Agent.

General Passenger Office, Merchants' Loan & Trust Building. O. G. LEMMON, Traveling Passenger Agent. Grand Central Station, Corner Harrison Street and 5th Avenue, F. J. EDDY, Ticket Agent. Auditorium Annex. 221 Michigan Avenue,

F. E. SCOTT, Ticket Agent. CHILLICOTHE, OHIO, J. H. LARRABEE, Traveling Passenger Agent, B. &0. S.-W. CINCINNATI, OHIO, B. &0. S. W., 430 Walnut Street Traction Bldg.), C. H. WISEMAN. District Passenger Agent; G. A. MANN,

City Ticket Agent;J. E. BUCHANAN, Passenger Agent. Central Union Station, E, REISING, Station Passenger Agent;

J. F. ROLF, Depot Ticket Agent. CITY OF MEXICO, MEX., D, BANKHARDT, Agente General, B. &0. S.-W.. Apartado 2010. CLEVELAND, OHIO, 241 Superior Street, M. G. CARREL. Division Passenger Agent; GEO. A. ORR, Traveling Passenger

Agent; F. E. GIBSON, Ticket Agent. South Water Street Station, A. N. DIETZ, Ticket Agent. COLUMBUS, OHIO, No. 13 South High Street, D.S. WILDER, Division Passenger Agent; W. W. TAMAGE, Ticket Agent. Union

Depot, E, PAGELS, Ticket Agent. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., C. W. ALLEN, Traveling Passenger Agent; H. L. DOUGLAS, Ticket Agent. COVINGTON, KY., Fourth and Scott Streets, G. M. ABBOTT, Ticket Agent. DALLAS, TEXAS, J. P. ROGERMAN. Traveling Passenger Agent, B. & 0. S.-W. DENVER, COLO., S. M. SHATTUC, Traveling Passenger Agent, B. & 0. S.-W. HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA., C. E. DUDrow, Traveling Passenger Agent. KANSAS CITY, MO., Box 261, A. C. GOODRICH, Traveling Passenger Agent. B. &0. S.-W. LORAIN, OHIO, C. A. MELIN, Ticket Agent. LOS ANGELES, CAL., Orpheum Theater Building, J.C. Burch. Traveling Passenger Agent. LOUISVILLE, KY., B. &0.9.-W., 4th and Main Sts., R. S. Brown, District Passenger Agent;J.G. ELGIN, City Passenger Agent;

Evan PROSSER, Traveling Passenger Agent;J. H. DORSEY, City Ticket Agent. 7th St. Station, A. J. ORONE, Ticket Agent. MANSFIELD, OHIO, C. W. Jones, Ticket Agent. MARIETTA, OHIO, G. M. PAYNE, Depot Ticket Agent: M. F. NOLL, Oity Ticket Agent, First National Bank Building. MASSILLON, OHIO, W. H. Ruch, Ticket Agent. NEWARK, N. J., E. E. HENDRICKSON, Ticket Agent. NEWARK, OHIO, F.P. COPPER, Traveling Passenger Agent; F. C. BARTHOLOMEW. Ticket Agent. NEW CASTLE, PA., R. L. TURNER, Ticket Agent. NEW YORK, 434 Broadway, LYMAN MCCARTY, Assistant General Passenger Agent; ROBERT SKINNER, Traveling Passenger

Agent; H. B. FAROAT, City Passenger Agent; E. D. AINSLIE, Ticket Agent. 1300 Broadway, S. R. FLANAGAN, Ticket Agent; No. 6 Astor House, A. J. OESTERLA, Ticket Agent. 261 Broadway, Thos. Cook & Son, Ticket Agents. 108 Greenwich Street, FRANK ZOTTI, Ticket Agent. 25 Union Square, West, RAYMOND & WHITCOMB, Ticket Agents. 391 Grand Street, HYMAN

WERNER, Ticket Agent. Stations, foot of West 23d Street, and foot of Liberty Street, N. R. NORFOLK, VA., 10 Granby Street, Atlantic Hotel, ARTHUR G. LEWIS, Southern Passenger Agent:I. L. SPERRY, Ticket Agent. PARKERSBURG, W. VA., J. McC. MARTIN, Traveling Passenger Agent: C. T. PROUDFOOT. Ticket Agent. PHILADELPHIA, 834 Chestnut Street, BERNARD ASHBY. District Passenger Agent;B. F. WILLIAMS, Traveling Passenger Agent;

D. D. COURTNEY, Traveling Passenger Agent; C. D. GLADDING, Ticket Agent. N E. Cor. 13th and Chestnut Streets, 0. E. WATERS, Ticket Agent. 1005 Chestnut Street, RAYMOND & WHITCOMB, Ticket Agents. 3962 Market Street, UNION TRANSFER Co., Ticket Agents. 609 South 3d Street and 1146 North 2d Street, M. ROSENBAUM, Ticket Agent. Station, Cor.

24th and Chestnut Streets, W. W. BAEKEY, Ticket Agent. PITTSBURG, 315 Park Building, J.P. TAGGART, Assistant General Passenger Agent; A. W. TIDDY, Traveling Passenger Agent.

Cor. 5th Avenue and Wood Street, W. A. PRESTON, City Ticket Agent; M. B. WALKER, City Passenger Agent. 506 Smithfield Street, J. V. McCORMICK, Ticket Agent. 609 Smithfield Street, FRANK ZOTTI & Co., Ticket Agents. Station, Cor. Smith

field and Water Streets, S.J. HUTCHISON, Ticket Agent. SANDUSKY, OHIO, T. B. TUCKER, Ticket Agent. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., Union Trust Building, PETER HARVEY, Pacific Coast Agent. SPRINGFIELD, ILL., N. J. Neer. Division Passenger Agent, B. &0. S.-W. ST. LOUIS, B. & O.S.-W., 6th and Olive Streets, F. D. GILDERSLEEVE, Assistant General Passenger Agent; J. E. BUCHANAN,

City Passenger Agent; B. D. Browx, Station Passenger Agent; L. G. PAUL, Station Passenger Agent; W. F. GEISERT, Trav.

eling Passenger Agent. ST. PAUL, MINN., R. O. HAASE, Traveling Passenger Agent. TIFFIN, OHIO, W.C. FRANCE, Ticket Agent. VINCENNES, IND., W. P. TOWNSEND, Division Passenger Agent, B. &0. S.-W, WASHINGTON, D. C., 707 15th Street, N. W. Cor. New York Avenue, S. B. HEGE, District Passenger Agent; H. P. BALDWIN,

City Passenger Agent; E. A. BacGHMAN, Passenger Agent; H. R. HOWSER, Ticket Agent. 619 Pennsylvania Avenue,

W. V. FISKE, Ticket Agent. Station, New Jersey Avenue and C Street, S. E. EASTBURN, Ticket Agent. WHEELING, W. VA., B. & 0. Station, T. C, BURKE, Traveling Passenger Agent; A. L. IRWIN, Station Ticket Agent.

McLure House, O. R. Wood, City Ticket Agent. WILMINGTON, DEL., Delaware Avenue Station. J. E. HITCH, Ticket Agent. 804 Market Street, W. FULTON, Ticket Agent;

H. A. MILLER, Traveling Passenger Agent. WINCHESTER, VA., T. B. PATTON, Ticket Agent. YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO, JAMES AIKEN, Ticket Agent. ZANESVILLE, OHIO, Jas. H. LEE, Ticket Agent. EUROPEAN AGENTS, BALTIMORE EXPORT & IMPORT CO., Limited, 23, 24 and 25 Billiter Street, London, E. C.; 21 Water Street, Liverpool, England.

In addition to offices and depots named above, tickets over the B. & 0. may be obtained at

TICKET OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY.

C. W. BASSETT, General Passenger Agent

B. N. AUSTIN, General Passenger Agent,
Baltimore & Ohio Lines East, Baltimore, Md.

Baltimore & Onio Lines West, Chicago, ILI
D. B. MARTIN, Manager Passenger Traffic,

Baltimore & Ohio R. R., Baltimore, Md.

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