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The art of book-keeping taught in one short to whittle two barrels of shavings in the street. and easy lesson-Never lend them.

A well-known oitizen of Boston, in fulfllment of Curious election penances, paid in times past the terms of a wager, wheeled a barrel of oysters by the foolish, are still fresh in the memory of all the way from Portland to his house in Bowdoin many. For example: A gentleman in Chicago Square-a journey which occupied him nearly a had to carry a fat Republican on his shoulders

week. through the streets, preceded by a band of music. A well-known New Yorker, as an appro- it wrong for Adam to live single when there was

A PRETTY girl says: “If our Maker thought priate punishment for being a Copperhead, was condemned to wear for a year a hat two feet old bachelors, with the world full of pretty

not a woman on earth, how criminally guilty aro high, with a brim seven inches wide. A student girls !" in Maine was compelled to part with his cherished whiskers and mustache. Another man had A DRINKING artist doesn't exhibit water-colors.

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The following story is told of an Irish news A PRETTY young Americaness, whose Chrispaper editor who was pressed for copy :

tian name is Anna, on receiving a cigar from a The foreman called down to him from the young gentleman who had not pluck enough to printing-office, “We want six lines to fill a say he wished to marry her, twirled it playfully column."

beneath her nose, and looking archly at him, “Kill a child at Waterford," was the reply. proposed the question to him thus :

“ HaveSoon after came a second message: We Anna ? have killed the child, and still want two lines.' " Contradict it."

“SAMBO, wb't am your 'pinion ob rats?" “Well, Johnny, what kind of cake do you will get in de bole de quickest. E'yah ! e'yah!

“Wall, I t’ink de one dat has de shortest tail like?"

“Why, I like sponge-cake, and pound-cake, and plum-cake, and any kind of cake but TRANSPORTED for life—the man who marries stomach-ache--that I don't like at all, I don't.” | happily.

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3 261 ev. 33||4 5117 211 7 34 morn||4 5517 17 7 31/ 8 51||4 59 7 12 7 28 A BOY once complained of his brother for “Well, you know Sarah Snivels, don't you, taking half of the bed. “And why not?" said Pete?his mother; "he is entitled to half, is he not ?" Yes." “ Yes, ma," said the boy; “but how should you “I discarded her last night.” like to have him take all the soft for his half? " You did! What for?' He will have his half out of the middle, and I “Well, I'll tell you.

She said she wouldn't have to sleep on both sides of him."

marry me, and I'll discard any girl that would DISCARDED.-" Wby, Bill, what's the matter treat me in that way." with you? you look down in the mouth.'” “How is coal now ?" inquired a gentleman

“Well, Pete, if you'd been through what I of an Irishman, who was "dumping " a load in have, you'd look bad, too."

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A SINGULAR DECEPTION.—The Roman National | apartment. Prince Pignatelli demurred at first, Committee last year did one of the boldest feats protesting that there must be absolutely some on record. It was known that the Neapolitan mistake; but the gendarmes showed the written Bourbonists had their central agency in the order from the governor of Rome, whe upon apartments occupied by one of their number in Prince Pignatelli at once acquiesced in delivthe Palazzo Valdembrini. The Committee ering up the papers, and added that next morning wished to lay its hands on the papers of this he would call on the governor, and clear up what knot of royalist conspirators. One night these be knew must be some extraordinary blunder, Neapolitan nobles, who, like all their country- Next morning the Prince accordingly went to the men are addicted to cards, were disturbed in their governor, who listened to him with blank surprise. nightly play by the appearance of Papal gen- He had never given the order; no one in his office darmes, who said that they had orders to seize had given it; the whole affair was an audacious and carry to the police office all papers in the act on the part of men dressed as gendarmes.

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2 615 56'5 44 7 35 0 445 54'6 44| 7 37 10 12 15 556 46 7 40 MONTEITH gave miserable dinners, and Win THE Soleil publishes the following anecdote ton refused scores of his invitations ; but at last, concerning the Emperor of Austria while out in an hour of weakness, he was induced to ac- shooting :-"His Majesty is always attended by cept. The fare proved, as he expected, of the a captain of the Guards, whose duty it is to ob. very worst, and as the cloth was removed, the serve the effect of each shot and announce it. host remarked, “Now the ice is broken, when The Emperor, for instance, strikes a partridge. will you invite me to dine with you?"

'Partridge !''cries the captain. Next time it is To-day, if you please," replied the still a buck. Buck!' shouts the captain. One day hungry guest.

the Emperor fired, missed his game, and wound“Does the razor take hold well ?" inquired ed one of the gentlemen of his suite. The latter the barber, as be cut away on the bleeding Highness the Duke of Hackenberg !' announced

on being struck uttered an exclamation. His cheek of his suffering victim. "Yes," groaned the martyr, " it takes hold the captain, without the slightest change of

feature or tone." first rate, but it don't let go worth a cent.

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