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If there is a man by the name of
John Smith in the United States, he is
hereby informed that there is a letter
fbr hun in the post office.-Baltimore
The last we heard of Mr. Smith,. he
was living in Michigan.-oledo (O.)
That's a mistake. John Smith has
been arrested and sent to the peniton.
tiary from here for stealing a keg of
scrap ircm whiskey.-Buffalo Adverti
All wrong. John Smith has been ar
rested and sent to Sing Sing for partici
pating in a Copperhead Uonvention at
Oh, pshaw ! John Smith is over
here editing the Alta Californian, ind
superintending the construction of a
whirligig to grind smoko.-San Fran,
Mistake somewhere. Sinith was in
Markleville nll' summer with a wheel.
barrow wheeling sunshine down in a
cellar to dry buckwheat.-Alpinechroni.
The identicat Jhn Smith above re.
ferred to recently appeared in the city
of Atchison,. and'is running a snake-and.
monkey-show at the corner of Fourth
and Commer-:ial, streets.--Atchion Free
Beg your pardbn--bt that Smith
has been in this city all; winter acting
as assistant tutor in a politicall gynna
All wrong gentlemen.. John Smith
is neither constructing a. whirligig to
grind, smoke,. nor wheeling sunshine
dbws,a eelhr to' dry buckwheat, but is
an honorod representative in the present
Legislature here, andlanswers 'o his-name
at roll call with as much norichahnce
as if it were simply Jones or Brown.
You are all wrong. Smith has turned
"abolitioner,?"and. at last accounts was
running a "Igger- machine" at Junction
City, Kansas. We glenn from the Union
of the I3M ult.-Kansas Democrat.
Not muchly, says Artemus, the veri.
table Sohn P. Smith is my travelling
Yoti are all badly posted for %ewspa
per editors. John Smith was blown up
by a steamboat on the Tombigbee a few
weeks ago, and has not come down yet.
-N. 0. 'nue Delta.
Why, what a mistake! Ho has come
down, and has been. reconstructed and
hirmonised, and is now supposed to be
engaged in' making a marble top and' a
looking-glass for the Freedmen's Bu.
reau. When he gets through with that
job some other paper can "pass him
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