Observations By Mr. Dooley eBook

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“Th’ king iv England is betther.  He’s off in his yacht.  So ar-re Laking, Treves, Smith, Barlow, Jones, Casey, Lister, thank Hiven!  A hard life is science.  Th’ Hon’rable Joseph Choate is raycoverin’ more slowly.  He still sobs occas’nally in his sleep an’ has ordhered all th’ undher sicreties to have their vermyform appindixes raymoved as a token iv rayspict f’r th’ sthricken nation.  Th’ Hon’rable Whitelaw Reid is havin’ a cast iv his knee breeches made, which will be exhibited in New York durin’ th’ comin’ winter.

“Me frind, J. Pierpont Morgan, has been takin’ dinner with th’ Impror Willum.  It is undherstud he will presint him to th’ Methropolytan Museem iv Art.  There are said to be worse things there.

“Lord Salisberry has thrun up his job.  Lord Salisberry was wan iv th’ grandest an’ mos’ succissful statesmen iv modhren times.  He niver did annything.  He is succeeded be his nevvew, Misther Balfour, if I get th’ name right, who has done less.  It is expicted that Misther Balfour will have a good time.  On rayceivin’ th’ congrathylations iv his colleague, Misther Chamberlain, he bought himsilf a rayvolver an’ took out a policy on his life.

“A lady down east woke her husband up to tell him there was a burglar in th’ house.  Th’ foolish woman.  They’se always burglars in th’ house.  That’s what burglars are f’r, an’ houses.  Instead iv argyin’ th’ pint in a loud voice, coughin’ an’ givin’ th’ burglar a chance to lave with dignity, this man got up an’ was kilt.  Now th’ pa-apers with th’ assistance iv th’ officers iv th’ law has discovered that th’ lady took a boat ride with a gintleman frind in th’ summer iv sixty-two, that she wanst quarreled with her husband about th’ price iv a hat, that wan iv her lower teeth is plugged, that she wears a switch an’ that she weeps whin she sees her childher.  They’se a moral in this.  It’s ayether don’t wake a man up out iv a sound sleep, or don’t get out iv bed till ye have to, or don’t bother a burglar whin ye see he’s busy, or kill th’ iditor.  I don’t know which it is.

“Willum Jennings Bryan is readin’ me frind Grover Cleveland out iv th’ party.  He’s usin’ the Commoner to read him out.  That’s a sure way.

“Mary MeLane has been in town.  I didn’t see her, me place not bein’ a raysort f’r th’ young an’ yearnin’, an’ especially me duckin’ all lithry ladies iv whativer sex.  Mary McLane is th’ author iv a book called:  ‘Whin I am older I’ll know betther.’  Ye ought to read it, Hinnissy.

“Th’ Newport season is opened with gr-reat gayety an’ th’ aim iv rayturnin’ husbands is much more sure.

“Gin’ral Bragg fr’m up in Wisconsin has been gettin’ into throuble with our haughty allies, th’ Cubians, he writin’ home to his wife that ye might as well thry to make a whistle out iv a pig’s tail as a dacint man out iv a Cubian.  Gin’ral Bragg will be bounced an’ he ought to be.  He don’t belong in pollytics.  His place is iditor iv a losin’ newspaper.

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