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. . . . . .. ,g.g ''" ---"" ' ; *'-"-" -EXA A MARCH 16 18• ""., " :ý -'-I- X. -X-- -. 4 LXNRA A,5L SAUDY AC 6 r~ 'U.I .: '. " W. kIT, .-Publrahe OFFIGA* .FDETRNAL -B 'c t TLNi .... J Sor Ta ';tt.te and Parish. ALSO, OFFIC'IAL JOURNAL OF THE #ARIsrE'S OF GRANT AND VERNON - O - -OFFICE: ON IHECORNER OF SECOND AND MURRY STREETS. ALZIANDRIA, LA. Saturday. March 16th, 187'. Tax Qi2T*L ii published Weekly at Foear.ulars er anuuin; $250 fuor ejtwmouths. :INVA1JABLY IN ADVANCE. IDYETlISEMENTS insertCed at the rate -of $1 50 lºr square for the first in aertion and 75 cenut for each suls. quent one. 1E I0 o T lines or less, constitute a square. The following are our rates to yearly Advertisers : One Column ................ $300 00 Half Column .............. 175 o00 Third of C'oluun ............ 130 00 Fourth of Column............ 10I oo Cards, (occupying space of 'ight lines or less.)........ 20 O( -EXCHANGE IOTIEL. S. G. P. IIOOE, Proprietor. HE unnder-iý,.nds h''ve h'sedl the ICE llU)l' 4 i. IIE l e' ,oila have openied it coy li1 " rtc,.pt)ion l 1 gue,:l4s. The iHous1 a11d luirnit 1 rle wfill i:uneii li ately utlmd(rg ,i a tlhorouogh t I' dl ji;,uti . and no pains will I, sparclI to make the premises as1 .oIIflorta)le amudt at tractive as Ii4,ilible. The table Nill 'be bonttifu;lly su? plied, andi a till rorII of t s ant' en g.)ged to he in constant aittnid:iaic on bour tlpmrdern. 'flhe , ,iei will he ..ºi'n at dI bhors. of both th y ulan i nigiit. $etk,ta, velera ad regular bi,,a rdert ,iMM fnd it to their interest to, gig e . Srall. The Isuib.riD'r e"*hbad cont.ileta ble experlityce ilt'the busintess aind onAtif ti al,twa to th Intllii to aidil hit lnhtsMt ellrSml e sttms a tli' elas iLotel, i nt waeaunity. ,,J. U. L', l1 EOI:. January 11th, 1872. Tj he .Tewe1l 'HUE IOUBBiRIBEl has aggain take charge of the loung e.-tab Whed JBWEL COFFEE HOUSE -AND aII .LIA ID S AWOON, d ll endeavor to keep it up to its liaper reputation under his maiinage eant. He hab Itid in a Vff.L SUPPLY OF THE BEST IAQUORS. A- attentive and coml.petent Bar Keeyer w~it alw.ay t~e on hand, to at teud to the wants of iis cnsCoewrS. .,i,.CI 3,Vr3 DAY AT A13 . .lt V 64 i. f -aq'qBoiAA. January II 18SI. Stable. -.4.-- '.DAN TAYLOR i8~HElE TO INFORM IIIS SM aeid ll the public geI .i hay that he has opeutd at & IfOlFPJE OLD BTrAND, Sfirst clads Livry Stable. •titehdlh'te betIa,t as oL hlad, be iesre s s uiromwer~ , tlat Ihtir stock irt 306 be aglweteil. CA UTIO. Iff l publlhi iclae irt'lil.hla (iltiiilitel. _ Lhn to ) int5 olttiape lr ai cecrta ln lL dslman in l~t or ,t A.. liarli le, e~e n mf 'Titl': i IICNl),ED" Dini tmade, as we ;rnrlt il-.t li .i leU\ bJ for t..e .pamyn)'lilt of the LAZARUS & LENGSFIELD. Pah. 4Ith 1W;7:. A WIFE' TII IIlER i L' BA ISD. . - I ~o. took me, William, when a gtl, Untn0your homr" and heart, To bear i nall your after fate The folnd and faithful part: Andt tel me, hare I ever tried That dl.t? to forego. Or 1p;n'e, there was no joy for mne, Whetl you wn re R suk in woet No: I would rath.-r share your tears, Than any olthltr. glee ; For though you're nothing to the world, You're all the world to me. You make a palace of y shlled, This rough inl bench a throne; There's unlglight for use in your smiles, And music in your tone. I look upon you when you sleep My eyes with tears grew dim ; I cry. *0 Parent of the ltor, Behhld himn toil from day to day, Exhausting strength and AI1nl; Oh, look with mercy on him Lord, For thou canat make him whbke'" And when at last, relieving sleep Has on Iny eyelids smiled, flow oft are they forbid to close In hlumber by our child ? I take the little murimurer That spoils my span of rest, And feel it as a part of thee I lull upon my breast. There's only one return I crave I may not need it long; And it mary so)the when I'm where The wretched feel a wrobig. I ask not for a kinder tone, For thou wast ever kind; I ask net for less frugal fare My fare I do not mind; I ask not for attire more gay- If such as I have got Sunlce to mlake ins fair to thee, For more I murmur not, But I would ask some shire of-hours That you on clubs bestow, Of knowledge which you prize so much, Might I not somithing know I Suhli ract from mn:-ctingl amongst men I::ah ,' an holr for me, 3!a:.," n. , .liparlion of your soul A- I ,tty s.afoly be ItI o, we.tl r:.ad I'll sit adti work, Tit d thiink wthet, youi're away I. L- te:ioa. 1 shall find the time, -l ar W\Villhtui, of your stay. A ni,, ,t ,Ompani., samn I'll be IFor .'en your st odiouu hour- Ald t,-ta Itern of these little oerll oul call your 'ottae flowers- Alm. if we !h, u-,t rich' ait, great, We may he wite Rned kinl, And as noy heat t can warm your heart, S;o my mind your mitnd." Hon. Judah P. Botejal in. An interesting article in the ioAui+ ville Leljdg.r says : " As the Senato(r in the oldh . S. Senate, afterwards as Cotfiaderll e Secretmary of Stiate. I in ro nulntie esralle from F!toridit in the Sp:ing of 1$;l, upotn the dowfrall of the Southern, Conlfederacy, all these things conupire'd to enlist the kindest feelings of our people tinr Mr. Benja min, and to I0ring out their sympathy, and to wish hitm every nntwess when he landed in Eutrope an exile, at the age of fifty-tfour. His spirit was not the least erlwahed, nor his energies alatted ; ;a1td byI indnstry alnd talent ie to ltay ocnlcupies a proud position in England. Though lie stood in the first raMk of the Loatisiana bar, and was conllfeledly thie mnost brilliant advocate before the U. 8. Supreme Court, still he had to go t0rough ai formal proba tue in 'itmirsd before allowed to plead in hit paideani. . It was about one 3year beiere he appeared at the han, eking a eUiport by writiang for the Britih pre~s Magazines. At last he had a case, one growinag out of the late civil war. The resault was a ftorensic triumph, which elic:ited the rare distilmction of a very warm eucomiuu nupol hIis argment ifrom the beunch. While strul ngi g fr ai footitng, Mr. Betluamin i evoted blmsnttWt pre paring a aspecial treatise on aslesa iit e iat' of oth countries united in I praise of the book. This puablication assued Mr. BeitjaIlu's standing in his professnion. At last he was made Qneel's Colntsel. This plahed him fairly ot the rosl to diatiuctiounm ad a lair irufessiozal rewunrtl. His ineomme i hsl ril-ln to p,000 iounds per alinuum, i iad in ir·lotlei" it will dothlem be dhu. ile the allounlt. Mr. lqijamuin has iet, odlret an opplWtuliity to go inmto l'tarililgoU'U bllt he tloimtilutes to 'duLuset to turn ,t4u's l'om the hLailli Lmpani i ilelwal earIer eiict awais hi,. He litW alltii.s see-olnd at the hmr oely to dir Ithuuekll Pilesr, mod uon anuy an ,ci.l uteisioa u4eriug a scop foe lhr greatl p.terr otf eluinusop w, md umdtuul'bedlyw.t-eip even Shot diptiu ui.h"ed ijnri t. The "Lli;Ue Wildow." " Well," said the good oIl l ,'tw,, with a sigh of' nt.tiaction, " we Ilay t 4dislmetel of the roasted chicket-n with otit a sinigle ilnterrnttlt.iaon. Now tor: the lbakmed custard." • But as he spoke the ottice bell riang, iand hie roste instaltly, thie yet untasted custalnl inlhi hand. " Now, tather." exclaimled the young girl oplmsite bima, his only eompmnliol at the little dinnler table, "" why Itel you go I Eat 3you1 custard. Whoever it i ca1ll wait a tew lailllitei.." '" No dear," lie aaid, " pain tlimls it hard to wait. WihoeWer ' its ay be suffekn'.g. The coistarIr can( wait, I'll just take it with mellandtl eat it the first splare unomeut." S8o lie pa,'ed from the dining-roomn 1to 'tihe otlice, and hlook ed then arounmd for his visitor. lie had tinue to set the custard cup on the imiautle shelf alnid llay the spoon across ,i, 'etore he dlisce ered any3 ohte in timhe Mool, so coalldeteltC did the gieart, leather-c-tvered, stilfftil casy chair hide the little ftor behind it. It was a swimall boy, very poorly clothed, inut with neat patches on his knlees anld elbows, which spoke of wuotherly m:ire. His lac was piile w tim Iplil, 1 I itheie was a i'etoitlet look ill his biave e~cs, which showed aisoul stronger thanl the laiin. ' Ahb, 'thetre 'he is!" ctied the detxolr. " Wedl, my little ianll, what can I t14 for you f" Antd he seateml himselh in the large chair, to bring Ilimaself muore upon i; level with the little pale face. " Please sir, my hanll," lie .lrlhiteld, ninll i flrout tof thle doctor, andt holdinig out his righit hand, crushled and bleeding. " Whiy, why ! that's bad ! llo dlid you dol that, iney boy r" " I was trying to help at the'express oftice, sir, anid a box siiillped anld hIlrt ime." The doctor wenlt to work at once with ultilnM t ge'litle elss to iilnd ui the poor little lihandl, but minittl'immg. " P..hw Wlhat ldoet tlhe exiress utli' want with suihl a ucn-all ! ilai oil,;m;li to l1tw aIt 1Slltn )r." " ni-t 1 iilll.:'- ue ,' ,ll'h! i -. ý tll"ig, sir; I'm p, m.--" ' Psti.i0w," mimitteieI tit,' 11.ito 0i.1 i1:u. " wlhat hm uiltti l l h 1i .11.,1 LI e t ,1 ought to bIe ait isctlul, I liay. Willi .lu'oilght voa erlle' " No.nily, sir. I sBA A' yturl sigil out, iandl I ciat ie ovmer herei mitnl. cii'. it' sir," he cointinmled ill ia lmiteol1 tome.1 SI camllllt pliniy you. I have nom moriey, I'm a lpnor-" "" Ali, wel, no thMter I we'l ;t'b m that," interrupted tihe doctor in a cheery voice. BIat the child comtin ued : " I haveu't any moley. I'm a poor widow, sir-' but here the dmctor who. h.,d just put on the last slip of plalnter. leaned back in his gre.at chair. . 1ml i)lurlt into a hearty laugh, to the osr prise of the little boy, who raised hims large sad eyes to the doctor' lacer wommderingly. Just then an ymun4g girl's face peeped iu at the open mlorT, at tractedl by the mnummsaal oni oif n'imtll in tile offce, " -ee here, damghlter! My b., tell tihe lady what you rare."S "1'In a poor widow, ma'la," teiat. ed'the thiki innoceeitly, and the docteor laughed again right 1l3rrliy. SPooAr child nalid thalih , "L sdtp pose he be bedt hit mmoters uy that, and lie theasght be samas her lot ill all things. A g6od, Mtaily little rIl. low," she ddaded, pshing the hair haick troni his forehead with kinallv tolchi, ad she hellped to bind up his ipor hand with soft, clean Ifllw. hlls the" little widow ' was sAt ia the large .tlu%-clhiri, and treated to the doctor's niie cmmtard. Whem it was timilhed, the doctor anli, * mow, my ,boy, the Ibggy is aitthe door, I am go inag your way. amid I will take you home to your motiwr ." His mother was indeed a "peer widow," aMnd this was her only chikl. TUnder the doctor's ure- the boy soo reetmermd the use of his hand. Farther prescriptioms followed as to smhoulinmg; tor the doctor had a Way of inister- ing to the people's lisfortunea as well as to their bodly ailatments, and as tie went on the "little widow," sa time giad old man noed to call the chiki between himself alam hi daughter, be tcame the dctotralu u e boel with Lnod ee ofQ"' Lcong b his assistant at Mili. a,)" Etiqaette. Thei !ate Dl)ke of HBrIwiek h4tl to r relate the foll'owing ancedtlte with r gr4,at glee: :i On a certain o(a'sioiI, on1e of tIle . hIealviest of (;Germaln; soldiletl ha;l 1The talIty of moun11tiilg gunard at one 01 the chuial hunting seats, aalll, not to per plex thie 1.oor tieliow with morem ideas ihatn lie counld onveinieutly carly, ose 1 .ilgle " mlotion " was, with *dilthullty I raiimed into hIis unodillle-- ix: that Ih. wusilt preiseht airuis to the duke. should hlis highness rass that way. He w* V left to his cogitatioins, which, we need a h:+ardly s.ay, were of that class e sdcib ed Iby the retlown;ltl ;uthi"hl' tj' " Knick eriswker's History of New Yormk," as aalmtrtainiing to the iil-ot of the Good , VIow, who We were internimd, mat at th- helon, thinking of nottning either s past, preaent, or to come. Tired at l last of this tranusendental mnonotonyý, .ý our seIntiuel had recourse to tile uni a ersal German solace his sausage and r cbht.ispps. While thus agrleeabi enl ployed, he saw anl uniiretendiug look inug pertsoi approach -the place where he was seated, dressed in the coomuon Gerinanl hillltimng-de~ss-al sort ofqueer smuci-trock, leather hbreedbes, anid clco-t tinuations. " Good appetite to .you," salid the ew (co)Aer. "1 Whait is th Y* *tI I eattie: f" ", Guess," gruftly answered the peasant soldier. I " 0, perhaps rothwarst r" 'said the t duke, for it was no less a persouage. " o ; .asmethig better thai tha." " Thet. I spO1 e it is reberwxaru f" '+ Nio; soInething better than thaLt" " Probualnl, tlies, it is metrkt'-Wwt i" * Yell." (YThe thlrei" ttlrils, rTth:lwaiktk, 4&br waHtlst, and mietterwlrst, a, d the eal tive, COamll;arative and suljeriativt de gtes of toIe Geraniul saxusamge.) "' Ani Iow, that youl klnow all abai t SIn sasNll-a , l'itay wlitt are yoa, 1' I ' Gaess," saaid the ilake. "), p). haps you're one :t thle dlukie's m So a ; n htrt r t that. " Porti ht- i it i- s t the dake a ttins: I l)er teuaiI1 ' 1l'I that sauiatte, f -l.l -iitats ae to d:jikeiclmt -twll: t" I-) A Girl Who Deserves is .-Ldal. l.is AI II. h It t'Mtr' is, o. .a~,.ut el'al aIm, .%AVa aWak. iemileti at 1 ocu'mw.: ,m .atirdll'lay night 4 a s.,:mse at her litd ro'om winmlo.':. Looki,,g in that directio a shb' oiserved one ma.ut crawl ing itoe her room, eclost4y hollowed by anoither. Instead 6f giving the tradi tiqt,'tl sete-am, Miss Purvis rewainlle perfectly quiet a nd il.aitetd dtreelotp ilmellts. The first ,,an crawhll tuoise hIssly lunler her ealt. 'rhe seeoi'it uannt r tip tlºtel to her rsoom door nod bieganl to exa'iine it. Miss Purvis aliplbe I .ot of tied, seized a Iray-rull bottle altd smumashedi it over the ih'tr'tder's bead. He dlrnestp,. She gatherel him up ia tha hair of the head aiNd dringget him I to the window. Jot a wortd wais slpok- 4 elm. 'rule ftellow ude this mode Of treatlmenxt retcvel'red his senses anti leaw4'd out. T'Ihe smnuidlel under the htld did not stir. He mao doubt bthiered tlhat his prleetw~ there was nut know-. tav ing dispo sed of tte r st aikiwi, lias PŽrvis tr k a3 sa31e tie tirwat iram ber bareoaadmwer, eAd stooime dduwam, at the same time tureiug the gas lighty og, she p4reuated the tarill end of the trumpet at the crouclltig folia of the thoroughly terriled mu under the bi ~a4 msida a " see heebw, young mal, You hitre ben there long eliough. Just strab hble out ia.uetly, or I will bow you into the middle of met week." He did not wait Ifor seed irlita. tion. Mits Ir'vas kept hei ooveeed with the trainptI, acn f-eaiglm that hlm time had eome, b made a lively hake fur the wimnduw sad went oat lbke s arrow. in his harry be lent a imir of false whiakers befor e be reached the wilow. Hi Bvlilllag met with this miti fortoea his lieguale fasi fhik rther uo deceive the yung Imldy. In the lMtae. "cr she recognised Abrae t. Wril son, a discarded lover. ,Miss f"'Tis 4s lcl t othing'cf her' A.t \t stnre mere than to settle Inqigta ntext meornifl,.ar ihtIlt rhtrfniatnA fn hetr rcwits, aexpsiunihtK that she lt'I'tIi:Ai ik a t ity-ruat iaottie. ltu.tlgt t tilng hie slidl tee text tatarrnim~g waln b eto vhasee a vo~whidt . And in tCh tfter a Imnarn she rnc th'he -aibJeet' er htr~beQh i ill Centrail Mount VernoA, asiuE!, ul,&- k out al wordh of expatruatilib, 4egant tol lay the i'Usfrnuaiaa nlt U,I4JI A'braladffas..I (tick. AInrtahaua 'darte".d to $ mo, hot Miia Par ias seazl hiuun with he'r iwit hIIa and Wdl him tiat. Ike'Irea~aail q aued sauore, and begged aindl demfuandled e an expdaaaati.'a, but down camne the iu sirumaeot of torture. Ii " Dowu on your knees, sair," said .UMiss; Prvis, AnLd -ak my prrdan lfiot 3)our gross cotauelst Iat eigbt." i No sooner said than dune. Downº w.Alt the terrilied acuipegrace on has a knees iin trie mils and water-anl n ray edt her io be mercilul. He acknowl- t( edged tHe -intruiuon and juawitlh~i .a never to trouble her again by eabit kts orugy w or his .pre save.-IIAiUJ" ti hMa Te~egrepk:. A CHLEEING YOPHEoFM-8ebatol r & Wilson, an a recent public; lecture in this city, gave his hearers a wore cheering proslpect of the work ahead amonug public matt than many had ex t.eeted. He said, among (thel things, that dUoing the hIat seveitteen years It be hial ronid thart the members who II uisedl alcohol were in arlia~at the tart t+i be prarr"ted by protracted Work. a 66 It m1 experince,' he said, "1while chlihiruuaia of the Cormittee on Militar y h A4Tnizs, I always founicd the rn~t tobe in e reit dd onu were the men who drank noI at all." Mr. Wibs.. thought tkesttheze * wttre fFwe'r dPi*i*k uee In Coegrts nOlw AinI When ht- trk u'ºbto teit. C' " Fortirlny. the night se aioms were dreiultl on acwout. of the debauchery t to which they gave rise. Now, ahnut I one qunats r Of the eftatoris are ple5gerl teaau*trau s uren, used there is t inot what May be swlleu a bo.' drinker ti in the S Hate at all. The fchtaa a!"e Sa'tnt tlrh e sae ini the HIouse of Rtprep- t rtau~i~atives. Once the de ,aiatmamitt were uii of~ daus~uc u srieal no0w they' c Rn 1Te. c e('~,t1uiin5." Coming free a t 1I yearns to bw re Wed n(4501, these are in. t I terestinig anldsf chei'ing tarcts. A MloNFKI:i'st ALLAL!Yrar.-_A terl 1 .so aill estralordinairv degree of galaiut I on the arast ltt a moa* k:e, rasps; iron San Franris·o, where sYanerble kookitmg organist, p)Iio *i bti#Af elrtelW sent, von Lionel, "4 dewrsitioN, griad))o' was aevoin tpied by as 4e tfi-' Ittdtl monkey, dressed i s ed,,e witas they were suddenly surroundead by a group etr n icael children, hoytk And girls,J who at oboe benaine devdted to the muouakey. The latter, seeing ern apple ii time 4fit of owe of t4 o t;. sud- 4 alcualy ceased his gambols, autl waatcl- I ing the fruit, tran nimbly up a tens dsws by. Thet bey cried9, ad his ctom pauijasa laughedl, while the lrt0tla al rernately swore at and ionezeal the chaattering thirt; but i vasin, until at aiwt the twunkey, ef hi. ouui auceadj' uuase swiftly swiftly dlbwsu, an, Spring. jugf in fronlt of a prett little girl with / lung curls, deftly took offhi btjr.unty 'ccPs auau, bowiug Iiolitdya haudhdlhw I theapgule. at' ..· . ·J I4 meat sasguula tr ,·ll.(~~AA%~i ba 1 e'bawom-balI bce it tirw. Tn thel ,,ibh6uUsrr t* i*l tkrtgraty maw trgrmee, and t~rnrtttory 4ssrhlt4l. ILa btus-l I aieb~ *1, 01 a 44shsaeu auirms,ap pruni g Ia large Isubes, mni .ab.ksg· aI wish Iserbauia. Theuitf Iwbf ceamqsao~ unemaabs~) besee ii I r . *,a~rs;welr, ine .in thatItbu bees. m irled hems..a .Cths iamb. If niub Ife shut 4ssmdtl( ~ajgiT; rr l nade, and s thCe stubb Q~I W~i~'a 53hl, maid hrnmhh the insmtslfemk.l 1mgy aa eaqiataf JUhs& i. ade~m p04 #hi~n LI ii as pen~df ripe! state, Is A- bachek l orb- u .wC ji ooeptee are apt tg let tltr bobsa BEves'Wird pee e es with its Ily-. e'tspnll iald fsWe . hunt:' For viwew.w on the. IRhi-u!e o into au porl barrel. 13 beep ,wa'er oMt, use pitch; to keep it In uase a inJtcher. The only tish near the coast ot Ire ll a ,d ltie sole ishb. There is a uan in Virginia who in so aristorratr n that he has uott lts owna ac quatllnt liu'e. A wife'.tiLrewell to her' Ilnlganld ev ery imwrang-"- buy and buty.' Thle w;ay we marry-ring the bride's uinger, altd then wri'g hter heart. " What is the use," asked an idle fellow, ot a wan workiug himself so dteuth to get ia living. The naI *th wats so hemmed in by S(Tcrowd, has been troubuled with a stitch in his side ever since. llhose ladles, who hlve a ijni-l for tea iartits ahould reuaeuberu' u I4begins with T. Cork-screws have sank more peiple thai. ourlk jackets will ever keep up. Labor last-As organmgriuder, py. iig awt the door of a deaf and damb asylam. Army contractors are 'smqtitme ambused eaaIe who lie in weight. Aye. and in measare, too. Yob'r, at queer chicken I as the het said when she hatched out a duck. The way to msake I tall mao n r nto to k him to bnd ye a f ew, di lars. A ooseert singer hadvi am daed a tune, subseqasutly trd his voiu and acquitted liduselt. The herb.edt ers I6 thdt, Mo e healthy, a man, tke a tree, most tau root% The main whe ias lost in daluber, founad his way oat on a night mawe. "Pa. that th beb a s crits 1" * It mes odi~ s who have not stood £re etilDL" The mae wI6 attepte 6 looteek tate the fature had t he ador ldamed i. kia (p', If yea treatA'o be suited, g. fM taikrr; if you want to Le non-salatd, go to law. ' Keag. ~$iL4 Uat etdle work, mas not a11ways what they appear. They are soatimhn ee stalnig. - fy dft a shiln wja n n ne academy outo West ,.FiFrenmun u t'Hugwt; lree ciatcs s t "*e~ . J*t e.bs ads Mug. tie girls. ' i do say," raimaIkld Mr. Brown, '" ebt..taJws in stthbt;,but I do say that it hi* lJn ,jointed Ulsue, I wel soit,try to ke'p .wheep.'' c "' kiow every rock an the colast, id 'an Irish liflot. At that momeuat th@lthip'struck, * hn he exclaimed, aisdthftsa emure of tI he . " Mauuter at homed ' So,4, ir, ite' oat." " Mistresga a hoee " " .o, sir, she's out." "Thien I'll step in and sit by the "That's out too. " Any ting bite you dere 1" inqer one Duluhmwa, of anuother, wlhle vs $.la angling. " No, nuodiugs a S1 Vell," returued the otber, " nodting bites me too." " You havfl't got such a thhing as #A old1 of trat sVeserns tawoYd "e, "' "4 o, my man," said the meorshat, 'I don't keep my wawtrure iu my eountiuagboosee " -Whe~ d yos live I" rejoised Pat, "and illall in the moruiug fur shs a onld pelt Flo'v* got on." A Hatrtsd editor, having twiLttl r sn edar of a neighboring dcity it .blel bnig uahbseqeutly apologasl Iuarlrgp1i.sa d that".. bugs. a b. i Y .his sara over the top f n. '. n'ieed his hair, ay A few lays sines the Marutait Milwmmkle resived u teiegru de l ia to Igw. - I t mrwts rIbap m 'rr wo t Im, auda not nut 1st I* I- b rb Inuseeid by m "gbdm a sm Take r a masd L maes meIq e. will a.ae. Ti . is to Come the Is skeles urMB wnm i Snthes euind mnah befli r 1 Sinismt thesudesurtaed. The lady uIste) a meamade bat tet the State.