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ISW ORLEANS, S.UDAY, MARCH 13, 1 958. x a DunBalx.r-A opletttive examinaltion t -'6 junior clerkahip it h Department of the.Por Law Board athe Custom- Houie, Dublin, Las just eeniiTonilded, and Mr. Robert Cantrell, of I Frederikstreet -has been declared the sane ceslhl anditet,. Ive gentleman petetd. M3r. Ciirel' obtained consideraly over 900 maeks,,th.muaximum number being 1,101. c 'W e'regret to have to snmannce the death oft Miarcnu Costello, Esq., a well knowsl and highly esteemed Iriahmian. Mr. Costello for a long period occupied a distngtalhdd position in con nection wit the popular party, and as President " of the Trdes' Poltiearl "Jnion took a.n aetive , - partin the ateiting polities of the day.. Owing to. the very declsive course which Mr. oltelli F adopted withregard to-theanti-tithe oagitai, ia het ped for himself the distinctione a prese- ei . c.-- '..tion, b'lE ,wa-lbltowed-- by-a-leethened- a term of impriaonment. p A court-martial yleas li held inDublin for a the trial of Private James Rontke, 86,th British ii regiment,. on the follow charges "lest. That he did, contrary to military dioip.i.?tnd tl good order, on the 8th day of Deeember 'I , a take part in a party prooession held in bublin a in honor of three men who. 'were executed hIn Manchester.' 2d. lThathe did, on thatiday take u part in a political procession, contrary to the g rules and regulations of her-Majesty's foraes." R The finding of the court hal not yet been pro- ft nmulgated. - A meeting was-held on Sunday,. 9th aIt., in pl the Church of the Immsaculate Conceptior at 91 Inchicore for the-purpoee ofcooperaiting with '% the lev.16blate Fathers in building and'-ta -lishing suitable Catholic schools for the chil- M dren of that extensive district. - M W aitow.-On the 10th ult, a Solemn Office and Reqniem Mass were offered up in the bean- b tiful chapel of the Loretto Convent,4n Bray, to for the eternal rest of Sister Gertrude Ryan, t the daughter of F. Ryan, Esq. Clonmel. The c Office was presided over by the very Rev. Canon m Lee, P. P., yv and among the clergymen pre cent were Rev.Ai r. O'Dwyer. P. P., Enniskerry; sa Rev. J. Kelly, 8. J.; J. Mullally, Marlborough 4trhet Messrs. F. Doyle Connolly, Hanly, O'Reiily, Waldshe, etc. After the Mass, which d was celebrated by her brothe',-Rev. FrM. Ryan, di the funeral proceasion was formed by the w: , ,children, nuns and clergy, and when the fa last touching prayers of the Church were said, c :all that wnas oortal of this estimable religious it was consigned to the driit. ar \W-V:XFORD.-The anuthorities have distantled to the Martello Tower at Baillybratk, and lowered 1n4 the gun of the top. KiIKENNY.-Alterian lugIgy, of Kilkenny, was laetly the recipient of a stldeldid testimtio- mi nial ini the .t1iape of at silver tea service. The presentation ca:lle from the Burgess Club of St. de - ohn's Waiil, alnd the heavy silver salver bears Ft the follotwing inscripltiol : "Presented to Al- in derman John John Buggy. Mayor of Kilkenny, y the an --ulnbllers of ths IBurgess Club of St. John,s VlWard, eas a t, l~eu'uf their regard and esteemn for. an his servicec to that hbody, and to the city gen- sa 'rally. "'Ieelllber, 1.7'.' ex On the lith ult.. Xr. Justice Shea, third sit .judge of the Court of Qiieern's lieuch, England, ph died of 'suppressed gout. He was the first Catho- gt lie, who has, it nioderin tim's, being promoted se to the Etiglihli bench. lie twas, a weremruarked de soonl wie rs lutck. n Iintive of 'theicounlty Kil- rel (etnlli. nlll fti vyears n'repreCentet il n tive o lunty ii, ihe riis i l'alinilmet. Ktiu-lt:.-t l Thtursday, Felb,. 1th, as somie 0 worklull'tlnhvwre putting a lnew roofoil-a house o i I ngloligilg toui lilln lnamed Robert Hlutchuson, r'l of Mlolltvrelven, the ehinley, a mlulnd one, which (C' tooli in tlit etlltefe-of the hoise. gave way, ow- ar ink to the old rolf w'7hith prop yd it up by be- ea ilnI renltovd. A\ the thie Ii utehiuton'e wife al wa_ l a-Bl l iag out ih-r three-, hiiii'i- froin-t he 1 l-- ac·.\ ,,l it fell. lurrying tl etn completely. f l'ortuntiitely, tllre were oI ItiiLtt iof nenl tr. Ssll-nit, wlho t oltce set ii, work to-gtl' them out,-which the; sotou neioupilisihed-t. . Ltl'tll.--Tlhe' IDblin F'r"eem(aIn, sil4i l it of to the distreaesd conlditionl of the iDroglhulllhl hlid loomni. neliVt'ler. salVy: "Th'rlese unfortunnnte len nud their tfnllilics will continue to sufter great is lrivaitions. Tlhe relief conaumittee ftonerteld at S'hrist.iauls dispense the money subscrilled for the dIest itute,, were laSt 'week ollliged to lis- 1'' contiiii f iue t clnploylilent of three hundred ien sa who were engaiged repuliriug and cleanllsing the streets oi fth Ie town, at astihilling per day, owing CI to the flnds heting exhauntedi; nd except thle t benevolenlt portion uof the pnldti--who have '1 lculans renew their ubsceriptions, or that the i Poor Law ('oilalnissionere consent to all1ow the th ilguarlianlts to give ollt-door relief in ia lllre ex t "Tndeltid iri than that sanctioned by the law,; '' the coislll wneii e,s will he doleful to hllldredsl of " SIanusilis who are alsltiittely stairving, It isi piti- ti Sful to lpp l:arge grllllts of llnleaiated llnIl Itr'll-. versing the steleto f thell. tiwnl, front one endl to l 'the other, solicitingl elelloyllntnvary relief frlo itn Ihe lt'lgilt hi pass. tll the iwalIIl aHrd callintg Iat hie Ib -ini ul ') i t hht.ll'.i eablei gentlemen, ex- t' plnii1 thil.ir vrtcllhed conlditionll. Not only I ' theil iih:l.liltllt- ll tall di cent-lookiIng stra -ri go',s ilntlri tllhe town. -lare baset, too, h"y poor t wltonrn i-al ra 11t01 l'lhillil'lli flity" tlwhs-p tinri."te iH w1hoI is tilte oild tL'e h:alth e it e . gginig." I('ress: -lhl.ut rkk -r't~i* eh. II ·l'eara c <*fl, . the a hll r l'l.lblr. INW ic the aid it fni gl tlilt asted that .onw %,,a sti liongillitit rrern ctlot". .ll n eind rItaly o' aoast guards, `c, an: i :t Ihu:it ,.imiharl\ inw, wl ,as di Ii tthed froiaC it-etirled h a hilts tVi:l it i aid' l iarr I Ol'tt t'l tit :( iht na ill :r l o I ar .l lllen Io b lle l rll p lit' tose who ca pr}ied oi''the rev lvera iltiu htrg Silh an orlo.. " 9p,tohe r tihe Hiilltittrcy st I ih, limits at th, im lrbl brl . it , a it ol te Mu isi " Sioi the to ian inga, .dreswere t followsitre, l aili. M'Keua. Mrs Barry, M isr Crniih ,iMn rs drysaion ih with mc red . ri it ouf ntl ll the partiest connected with it a irespcta, blre oi a ll the parties connected with it ; a reepectalble w- country woman, ' eMz OtOeKiin, who.La djust of s, lately returned Bia r ie I Soet the note at the tation, sisted o the ment-_ plouoe I the fac - t tit e g J macent clmo ose the soiend a Onem jt toa therb at . Ohned ls g'Oooaman. an inw that the of sordthoes' the _Mt .E Dir' eThe been. fa'e l Bo rke ic. C., o yths . .Ba . connected with the .Abbeq dtn yahT rT , Plon ghing'o iety, cause-off m. cort.tone sine ine ir tlatter distrhe. The seiues eaon siste o lf twent otwe plonuh -alneueTe t en his a.s firs tei5 t ploughmen who tookiprlzee a t formner , and the second class was opened to e one Tindiecriminatel. The loughing ru was in two most su dle ial, and the tionof thre , rk was b dmirta$e. The flrsow a was an iron m-iller plough, value $4 1 The second prize consised of an iron ýiUw. There were also money pries, amou to upward of £8. Mr. J Slattery Ro the first priset Mr P. Er th teeend" in Michael 8+,ttey. w PaP at. 3[~u h4 elrs.nscond Wiltsiam lirshan, third, _ for Conwyonand J.- J. n ,honJI. Sheehy, J .Staok '.G fies, F. Byan, Wili mr WCtfiihjrrtook salthl pkz Tp h win - ner of the first prze wats the son of one-of. ' best farmers in North Kerry, and his decided success reflected much eiedit on him, the trial being his first and, besides, having to 1 contend with the old and rieiseed plough men. The Cork leekl Herald, of February 15th, says: On last Thursday, the wife of a poor la mborernamedThade Gllivan living near Ken nare, gave birth to ason. be following Sun day she was delivered of a second child, at daughter; and on the following MIonday the i wife presented her husband with two more in- i fiants (daugliters)--thus makingin all-four children in a birth! The' it-born died when , it was but a day old, but the three danighters areliving and doing well. The ReCs. Messrs. Murphy and Molyneaux adminirstered baptism to the four infants in due time; and the poor mother, who is very naturally, in a weak state, was closely attended to by Dr. Maybury, to I whosc skill, under Providence, her recovery is I mainly owing. I Brother Berniard Walsh, a mnuber of the Or der of Christian iBrothers, died on Saturday, February 8th, at lialloonagh. His body was interred in tihe burial place attached to the snounsteriy. WA.vrEtORuti.-A late Tipperary .ro 8Fre8 nays: We have just received by telegraph the 1 anl atnuouncement of thodeath of the most I exemplary, pious, and beloved pastor of Abbey side, the Rev. Michael O'Donuell, which mnelan eholy event took place in Dublin. The Rev. t gentleman had retired to the mctropolis for medical advice, and the..intelligecen of his dentise wasnluexpected. lie leaves a large cir cle of friends and na!qnaintances who simeerely On Wednesday. Iebruary 5th, a lanly of the F constabulary o Waterford. heavily aunted,.aud 1 under thecomnmaind of thellead Constable Bar- t ry, acting on private information received, pro teeded to the landing stage,. and awaited the arri\val of the steamboat fronm Glasgow, which cal·l here before proceeding to Cork. On its arrival the head constable and party made an r importanit arrest of an Irish-American, who r gave his namue as John Meany, a butcher by r trade. He stated he was returning from Am- a erica to his native county (WVexford,) ria Glen- t gow, but being unable to give a satisfactory u account of himselfi he -was conveyed to the hwik-up, and 'Ihis luggage was sea.Iched by the -poliie, but we have not heard with whateresuit. Fh, prisoner was conveyed to thejail, where he is a:t prese'nt confined- $-aterford Chronicle. C AN'r"t.mt.-The Weekly Observer of February lth sa;ys:-W1Vith deep regret we Isve 'tir ams nounee the death of Felix M'Alinlen ,-Epq., which sand event took place at his rdldeene, t C'rofton, Huolywood, oiitto 12t4h ult. This an- r Inantecinent will proiluce sorrow and surprise, t not only in Belfast, but in Almost every town I in I'laster. Mr. M'Alinden was wlvely known; t and, wherever he was known'-hitt- va more than respected, for he was loved and esteemed. hcrupulonsly honest, ehivalrously honordable; without guile, and without deceit; in all his t dealings lhe mudnifcsted the qualities which i distinguish the gentleman; and of him it may t be truly said that he was one of nature's nobil- a ity. (it aLwA.-A correspondent of the Dubllin Friaieeann, -writing from Galway, under date of Iebrliary 7th, says: Many of your-nnumrous relders will regret to learn 'te sad end of Michael LLydon, the renowned " guide.'oCing. His body was discovered at half-past eight So' sluek this morning, tin in the.C og;river, N ithina atw rindgjlixldnigz couitits of Mayo and Galway, in about ur 1 fln-t of water. Poor Mike's intelligence, polite pw1s., to 1onlists, and conversation, fell of trn ditl nal utid romtantie'history, have- made hlim w'ell known here. The deceased is supposed to' have eoutmlitted suicide. . Si.ino.-The Lord Chnncellor has aplpointlted henry Lvyont. l:.l,.lyo-nus -'errae, Slig6, and V.Willinu Middleton. E.sq., The Hoses, Sligo, to K imITT4iiiLCP 00 t--- 1nii t..0 . 'Theo Sligo ('hrnicele, referring to a lire in the house of Mr. Reid. itn Sligo, says: 'flhe conmrcet of t he eoitlc of the town is worthy of all praise. .Every Iacility was givsn to the persois eunga ged in remlnoviug thla goods, and all put a witllin ht:tid to w.rking the engines. It wvas fortunate the fire nan ms ituickfl discovered and checled, otllhrwive tihe vahl;taile pile of lilhiings ocnil pied'lby Jamuesltalfoar, Esqi., J.P., would heI in consiteralilc danuger. Somec time -go, the residents of (huligia in -vited lev. l'ather Pistrick Malonte, P.E. end V. F.;l. lmut-tet, to visit their city and lecture tfr thle Itltlit of the poor of hlt parish, lie ace,-'tled tile invitatiou, and annouhicc that oi :a certlail date he would be amlongst them and lecture on "Thie Right of Man to Father laitl." Stilmainently; the Bishop of Glasgow, Ir. Lyllc, lhearing of the roposed lecture, I lone preventi.d fromt going to scotland for such 1 a pur~ame. This was done,-the good priest at oci colllamlying with the admonition of his superior. Theteafter, however, the Glasgow people assembled anitd subscribed a purse of ld for presentatin, with an address, to Pa ther Malone. This was presented to him by a depultattion from Gh(,lgow, in presence of many of the good people of Belmullet ani neighbor hlood who rejoiced at the holil paidto their be loVed pastor. Mr. Patrick Moran was recently arrested in Newport, county Mayo, on suspicion of being • . Fe- l. Uis premi-. were -rc_-b , . nt nothing treaonouws w found nevertheles hel was sent to the county jail in Castlibar. t ILolid Macalay th partiality to the `Catholic re igas, al though candbr.and uprighti~ss as oeea in thoa 1io4, l.t. qntj, , many bitter,: thigs aptat e. 1th ; heace his dennqnf.u . l ti st abomamable .uity, the Chuimch Establishmentin Ir e -owa' ibe more readily app.#eiatt. ,i "this .eat the pseseht moin at, t, wao sttentio fromithe state ofistorsf reland, it m-y ot be amss to .sm (svr~ar o his delivered in ParlPla t:e so+iliathe nstittons now tin in the civilised w 'Establisled Church of Irelantd " he most absurd. Ja there bk it I The world is rach a~pn a o t Si nowhere to oe Clhe ton Ltiaeat of. Eiry . elsialetiealshtabish. ments from the Sea to the Mediterra bean; . the t Volga tot t; no' fe the Churhch of asmall minoh ty eh oyg eight tianity-rto s. nai hudome places you hai's the vlurshsy tsystem. In some you have. several religions connected' with the State. 'In some eyun have the solitary soenhinty of a single Church. 1 But :nowhere f. ipm the Aiti Circle to Cape Horn;'-do you -find tneo Cihurch of a small misaoits .exeldieely - established. In one countralone-in Ireland alonep-la to be seen. the spectacle of.a c-- nunity ofi eight - millions of human . bipe dwithr a Church which is the Church of only eight hundred thousand ! Two hundred and eighty-five years has this' Church been at work. What could have been done for it in the way of authority, privileges, and en dowments, which has not been done t Did any other set of bishops and priests in the world receive half as much for doing twice as much i And what have we to show for all this lavish exzienditsre I What.but the most zealous Roman Catholic population on the face of thl earithat nth- e greit- solid mass of the population you have made no impression whatever. There .they are as they were ages ago, ten to one against the d members of your Established Church. Ex- - plainithis to me. I speak to you, the zeal ous Irotestants on the other side of the house. If I were a Roman Catholic, I could enasily account for the phenotnenoii. If I were a Roman Catholic, I should i content myself ivithtsaying that the mighty Hand t and outstretched Arm had been put forth, haciorirltpronwise, in defense of the un changeable Church; that He who in the old i time turned into blessings the curses of Ba- 1 anam, and smote the host of Senacherib, had i signally confounded the arts and the power of heretic statesmen. Hut what is the Pro testaut to sa Isthis a;mine, that we should stand aghast at it I Not at all. Is.. this a result which smlan prudence ought to have long ago foreseen,. and long ago averted? Is it the natural.succession of ef- i feet to cause f A Church exists for moral t ends. A Church exists to be loved, to be reverenced, to. be keardýwith dcility, - to reign in the understandingg, and hearts of men. A Church which is abhorred isuseless, t or more than useless; and to quartera - - tile Church on a conquered -people, as fh oa would qfartera soldie is therefore the most ablsurd of mistak TilE VYletI \ EE.S-'-A+i incident arising out of the Egyptiian Yf.isihnss it-to Europe is thus recorde di t the ptper ty he day: Ismnil Pasha' accorditngo h theZgy.pe, as a soon as he arrived in Pari ca s toI the Empreessof'the tree and te rlgeua sur rounding it, 'iniderhich, its tiiniition says, e the Virgin rested during ati4 ;Iuht into f Egypt. Eoery One iia that codistyh knows 3 the Virgin's tree. His Highness had enclosed t in a small coffer a portioth f the earth In n which it is platea, iriece of the, bark, and the hbdget, or title to the troperty whichI t were presented to her- Majidty. The tree i thus ntluded to i ofsorue historcal interest, and wJilube found at tMat aen, or Matariyeh t a few miles to the northeist. of Cairo, and , with good reason regarded as the site of Heliopolis or On where thepatriarch Joseph i lived. This Heli-opole wits also called Ain Shems, or Fourtain of the Sint, from the ex stence of a- remark le spring -or nwell,I which wasceriitsafm t i t The a-ritai -bf-theArabie--Gospel of-the-lu fancy. more than a thousand years ago, t wh'n.narrating thq flight into Egypt, says: "Hence they proceedeth to the seyamore= 1 tree, which is now called Matarea, and -the Lord Jesus produced a fointain in Matarea, 1 whlereigtLady Mary swashed her garniet. 1 Now from the sweat bf the-Iold Jusus te which he there let drop, the balsam came forth in that region." (Cowper's Translation, t lc ie orl) Some of the old- authors who enltion the fountain andi the balsam, do , not refer to.tlie tree. Sir John Maundoville, t about I3'2, urentious the balsamo or balmt and usa thsere wereseven wells whih Jesus 1 made with lis feet bwhen he- went to play I with the chldrern. Therenot relates tile Slegeind much as it appelrs in the learned i WVnunleb's curious hook, "Nouvelle Relation 4j en form. de Journal d'n Voyage fait en Egypte." Wansleb says: "Thuere was for mnerly to be seen in the name garden the c ycamdre whie.h, after the tradition of the Copte, was miraculously frent asunder to as shelter our Lord and his holy Mother whei , Herod's soldiers pursued them. T'ley tell u howrthratn-being secreted in the hollow tree, i-escaped i from the hands of the enemly t becaluse a spider's web was sphread over the t entrance, anud looked very old, althiough a made in ah instant by Divine power. There- 1 fore the soldiers could not fancy anybody , was inside, and least of all-those they sought 14 for." "If I take the next street on the left d where will it lead me to, my friend I" asked a stranger in town yesterday. " Lead you straight into trouble, sir; they don't aUllw a people to take streets here," replied a little, ii old, dried-up shadow of a man, but with a twinkle in his eye. i itr )a eO o t ,' -ee a le eo f tthe sntean wea , lothes r p !, . s eo wel i as Iabee+ hr iadds.dl ,tod ta isinilt of the Sn bewat oblile tpaoaýy eath itbe to throw them `iout his way O itsr w~ not, ef cone;alldtbiso e Y while o p, teian wh use ay the me ntea pi, - but note oaf te aoneits occaso s spaok iie om le. &adi. tol verymuý tohe e athaeing tad he warth of I t~ie",loth.es stbe , ery atotritly o th e reptiles. or n m instanoeshave'ou. to dead, ~ n kowledge himeei coratl a been beealt dead many misiee. Sby tthe flora M' l said:ee- sakes,- i "My dear: Mr-,.--, if -ou persisti SoAnd by_ some mo rou inste ct, a broad deatt.rand tens of thousands of them were already the within tet of-the and oplin the rude t uch on which lay the n so Itely s ng uan Snedote onthe incidentd of the wife of ant. ith elyarge knife some landy t me hich fme a bordler to a flower-bed. She was cutting seared ba seeing the edolsiaf one-of those deadly serpents of the covtry, amongst theo leaves. With a loud shriek she dropped the knife and the plants, and a msan employed i ~ n ;.cobrpse. - His wiaow, in tlme garden ldnot bel` ssistanct e -wasOn hearing the eause of her almelief. ought to kill the snake with the hoeshlhi creature ad hon ir. not been ded many mi t tes when this olescurred, anand theener enturgeon, piknt-. ingt wthen foor;am it was ea - o doubting meorrorof the ladook there." he was d Anered by s.amongme tysterious instinct, he broad rowlumn of n seeing the nke he hadroom of death, and tns of the ousands of thaeist were Salready within wa doorusually fatnd al in the an anecdote 1 one heard of the wife of an . mo, -, ,.o. g Ktter-y Indian. railway official, who was trimm with a-latge knife some plants which formed a border to a flower-bed. She was cutting She tops o and while so engaged, she- was deadly serpents f the knowncountry, at ,mongst the ll i yde P a loud shriek she dropped therna iow d pervade thelants, d of Lodon e in the garden common ti that such rea On Searihngd infest th cause of her alarm, he-sought to kill the snake with the hoe the creature - and no one wouln t rhimself about it. although strulema ad-no et very to escape tioless, and thn garsidener entred from pick inanhmdsthtion und it- was o r eadlway sta tions thehse althuge ladh observe, he wasdi. Ssoureyb-o-and Ar trunks were packed up. 4 esre reamong thed to a sort ofwh she had, throw dowh s e snake ;" she had "rafting the ant llocks wi atth wega reno take them on, whenit f rom the bodyhim that a small one was insufakicient waly corded. He lifted itn -six had tokse, the box. rio stooped to largepick it ifbut s, eump cities it-is not 1 up, hut as he dId so, tºhe supposed t ord reared ient were known the deous curre of the coi 1 sayb, and threw back, what thead. Tnti consterna aped despt t ately aesid just atng tha creature andeed himself atr bimsl. oNo t a t.the had twent lemy-four hour' i e hadhe o been a yar oer to ththe palar of which I learned from atched a surveyor-anted trunk werh e packed up. h pression, and re strethed to he skort of a shit ad, awatibroken the bu ocksawerfloo. t was ke lieved saw-that cobra had dropped frad om the crept under it. It was ta long time eqre aa -' syinyetit-w-a zmkusd'tur, a Ihe u ugi t 'e I inthe cornd olyin speak calmly of the spot from which haofd taken heh Pallbox. l ette writes that the i up, bgreat ccleiasticald ro, the supposes and wreared houitse of in the well-known Abbre of tMigne o were aped desperately aside just ason the 15creature ult. Tihe himself atpropey is valued at sixd or sevens illion the world could have gi hiast twenty-four hours' life had-he been a yardt thirty closeyears the linAbbe-of Its presng havlie snatcuppihed ti e Roman t holic clergy with cheap in edi tions oft the Greek and Latin ather, text of the works of the trenhdivines andh theo cegital yclopt dias. Hle has edited two Sgland wtouldai tmperialoctavo, printed-inhc Souble columnss. - h-f i crres-ond Ao Pennsylvani farmer went mad onth the upposed hite of t l doti, but was ure when t wans proved that he wr not bitten am Thorough bl toA l eal mean wt hellowp 'c dobl Jc oluns = -- - m A~s l - h o~fflh it _ oai uste, oh ~eaws no rnin f gil. a l nimabs a re s o I t _. anLer 7 ".Them be _ný ; .it, i ss-ble. rnte.t1 'T he piis a bsines inlodeid anae al h he Al~- frmtier ita. l nnd i o To galtt. ar p odsbPe io. bnks ont.h. O "oe -he "to War irry the.ater ut "n toue showaes. no molyto a poor eth. T What 'iw ihset chiodtomeerwr•e- the e heodoties ohi o thr rchre .'n 3 t. e Ope onay be n a in when sun i poithed bya stone post. o ' S Apee s.hohd be Ioml0 after-Many of them. are ounter-fl aer te a.t te only. has. nercly of vinr whq can give Sdarability to his e.rtlo.. n1o a.b. m are fond of sunshine. Let t them beak in it, if possible. . a " aUtiano ported " to see nyou, ' s the h convitsaid to the kangarooe . The shoe busin less islookin Uofta little, D than ls to say, ithis squeak*ing: . j Prize-fighting may not beypenny-wisdom, ,f -butitds C!rtainly pound-folly__ y _. e ,A lazy farmer is virtu a ly dead and his e farm-e.ead weed tan mourning for tim. t Suspension bridfges are said to answer a fgood ntrpose; suspension banks don't. .The phrase; "We alwaywlarn-the-trutl intime,", does not appl to a poor watch. tA piseson who is eonsiderod landless has sometimes tso or three acher in his moth. T Who was the et liar mntioned in C the Old Ter hut! hy, (ue iah, of course. SAf allw who had been complained of fer Lying around loose, concluded to go about StPeople who harry tlatuir characters about t to show have commonly, a very poor exhi b bition. ere are alas wit the rmark that S tes 'Twere ell ifa good many singers had- ino other. Sdvice wThich, like the sanoew, softly fallrs, t into-the smind. '-os.e. We areadvised to watch our tongued, but, f ufortnnais , they. are so located that we j can't seeAien,. - , eom.e hops were seizead at a da de. last h evening by a revenue oflicer for-not having tamp" eon them. thA Baltimore aclergy=ae is ' ectring on -Ae advantaiges of thtl eitaodhei darto A t fantastic sry ject.etise ad 6. 'Douglas'Jerbtlet-aper say s tay the fbzid Sia rtit hi inrder that ehe might hdYi 'the se h eeasure of dressing. u y genrarlls id Germans are better thorro ot Sthe ea t aste of ana ay iken the sessio of li r ann estried wiaslumgeice leads to inevitable destaiuctionh. . .A jnke t some tradesmen, biut not to their t. ostome is What's "orse than the waitsti Why, the isanrep, of course.. It is better to 6e wethnw.itty, and bet ter yet to be both witty and wise. Some t people hiave qite a knack being neither. it is slightly a contradicli he stel, asd well as of acts for a man to hurry saying that in order to get round he must goaheadi There is a strong man In Chattrs aniboa Lwho can carry off a b hncrof eflour und eriadft. Heavy ork at theo iirsant npr ices. A three-year-older gave up trying to ear e r s tty large atlas with the remark that he.-sepposedwat ra so heaby becatse it had so many worlds in it. It is pclrfmetly natural that physieiaps i generally should haso. a greter horror of the sea than anybodyplwo, hecausrq.hey are more subject to see sickness. A -man mide a pun on some idia. sub joet. " Is that original " t askeda meddler. " Sir," was the indignant repl it.s more than original-it is ab-origiuol" All innovations upon established customs hie are known to tight for thoeir prejui e a In Germany wheen a paper says any thing editr has eec killed there for twi hundreda theys're sise. True wealth consists in virue, and noo in s the possession ofgreat estates and widloni wiAsst of men is he whoo hae the most iVili A certain fop, who was argaing with Dio i him, "No, whesredo you think I shall ga where "r he comforts of a home" were ad Ithere's Burns; he was a plough ur'."