A Tramp Abroad By Mark Twain






































































































 -   I remember one
of these pictures: A most dilapidated tramp is ruefully
contemplating some coins which lie in his open - Page 558
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I Remember One Of These Pictures:

A most dilapidated tramp is ruefully contemplating some coins which lie in his open palm. He says:

"Well, begging is getting played out. Only about five marks ($1.25) for the whole day; many an official makes more!" And I call to mind a picture of a commercial traveler who is about to unroll his samples:

MERCHANT (pettishly). - NO, don't. I don't want to buy anything!

DRUMMER. - If you please, I was only going to show you -

MERCHANT. - But I don't wish to see them!

DRUMMER (after a pause, pleadingly). - But do you you mind letting ME look at them! I haven't seen them for three weeks!

End of A Tramp Abroad, by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

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