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It Is Sot Good

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For man to be alone. We all need the motherly, aml we must find it in a wife. Do you Icnow what I think the prettie Mof? ol' ouurtxhip I ever read? It i th account ot' Isaac' marriage witli Kebeeca, away baok in (lie simple old timw, Y(u reniemlur the endif of it. Anl brought her into In mothcr Sarah' t .ut, ami look Kilr.a, and she beuatue his wil, and I-taai: was eotulorted tor bil niothcr's death. Tbere's the philoMpby of it," he tááed, 'it's the motlier living again in the wilè. The uiotherly instinct Í8 ia the beart ol' all truc woiucn, and Hooner or later the true wife becomi' I ïiinthtT tu her huband. She guides hiui, for liiui, teacheg him and catcchi.-rs hint, all in the nicest way pOMÏble. Why, I'in Mure 1 nevtr shouKl know how I along a day without Nellie to teacli me Uta requirtOfl and forbidden of the coinloandnient, to lecture me for going out without my uiuffler, and see that I put on iny riaiuicls in the right time, to jaaa) that I shall take something tbr uiy cough, and raise a rcbellion to my going out when there's a nortbeaster. So much for the body, and as for the soul life, I believe it is a tomín who holds faith in the world ; it is a woman bchind the wall, casting oil on the tire that burnH brightcr while the devil pours on water; and you'll never get ('hristianity out of the earth while there's a woman in it. I'd rathcr have my wife's and your mother's opinión on a meaning ofa ti xt of hcripture, than all the doctor of divinity, and their faith ia ao anchor that always holds. Sonie jackanai othcr I rcad of once, faid every woman wanted a master, and wa as forlorn without a hugband a a masterlesus dog. It's a great dual trocr that evcry man wants a mothcr. Men are more forlorn than uiastcrleRS dogs, a great deal, whi'n ni woman cares for them. Look at the honw 8Íngle women make for tlieinsolve.s ; how nct, how cosy, how bright with tbc oil of gladtu ss ! The fact is, women are born comfort makers, and can get along by themselves a great deal better th 11 w


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