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He Knew Too Much

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
February
Year
1871
Copyright
Public Domain
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-Many years aeo oiie of the wlmrts at JNorta JSoa vas iisi'd ns cmil w'iarf, the oocupnnt of which had held it for a long timo a suoli. In his employ, os a teamster, vna au Irishman ealled Billy, who bad Iriven his toam po long that it was a. luestioD wbicb. owoed it. Ho was tixturoand the owner thought ho could not got nlong without Billy. As bo:li eraploycr and ina were the possissor of move or loss irnscibillity, frequent were thcir explosious, acd Billy wusdischarged at l;af t cr.ee a doj ; but though frequently dissliRríjed, lie never weut off One day, tho employer, during one of tiiese puspagcs, burst out : "Ii's no gort of nse, Biliy, I can't loarn you auythin at all, and havo been trying_ for yearu. ' "Sure md jez hava then lnirut wo won Ifcng," said Billy. "What is that?" ws asked ; "I shall be gíad to hear of anythin? you havo lo:ivned." "Shure. sir, ye havo lairned me that fiftcen hmdrk mülvos a Ion:' Billy kruw toomuch to be spared. [f women wero s particular in the chooping of ft virtu us husband as n;en I nro in tho ohoosingof o virtsoas wife, a tÜcral reformation wouju soon bogin.

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Subjects
Old News
Michigan Argus