INKLINGS. A Saratoga belle who dreses nineteen nine-teen times a day, has gone into a decline. de-cline. So has her father. Ho declines to pay his notes. ' The general Government has cleared, up to this time, over $188,000 by deductions de-ductions on account of mutilated currency. cur-rency. The Brooklyu Union, saying that the next Vice President must be a negro, nominates Fred Douglas to tho place. In I860 the population of Kansas was 107,204; tho census just completed comple-ted shows a population for 1870 of 359,3-49 an increase of 252,145 in ten years. A Louisville correspondent describes "'the average Cincinnatian" as sharp, hard, material, undemonstrative, well-dressed, well-dressed, clean, temperate, and given to cheap cigars. Let's hear about Louisville Louis-ville now. M. Grasso, of Italy, lately disappeared. disappear-ed. His family were getting anxious about him, when a polite bricand sent them one of his ears as a sample, and offered them the rest of him for 4000 ducats. A Sharp Boy. "Say, boy, is that the fire?'! asked a gentleman, of a ragged rag-ged urchin and pointing to a dense volume vol-ume of smoke that was issuing from the windows of a warehouse. ''No, sir, that is only the smoke," replied the boy. . A patent medicine vender iu a country coun-try village was dilating to a crowd upon the wonderful efficiency of his iron bitters. bit-ters. "Why,'.' said he, "Steve Jenkins Jen-kins had only taken the bitters one week when he was shoved into prison for murder, and what does Steve do but open a vein in his arm, take iron enough out of his blood to make a crowbar, with which he pried the gates open and let himself out. Fact." Troy is agitated by the singular dis" appearance of a married couple. The husband, an industrious mechanic, who married a respectable girl about three months ago, recently collected all outstanding out-standing indebtedness and left suddenly, sudden-ly, no one not even his wife knowing know-ing his whereabouts, at least such was the pretension. A few days afterward after-ward the wife suddenly disappeared, and no traces of either her or her husband hus-band have been found. An anecdote is related illustrative of the slyness of the Bohemians compared with the simple honesty of the German and the candid unscrupulousness of the Hungarian. In war time three soldiers, sold-iers, of each of these three nations, met in a parlor of an inn, over the chimney-piece of which huni,' a watch. hen they had gone the German said. "Tbp.tis a good watch; I wish I had Wight it.'' "I am sorry 1 did not take it.'' said the Hungarian. "I have it in my pocket." snid the Bohemian. Bohe-mian. Mark Twain has exeeiued fur the Buffalo LVpn a clever burlesque upon the war maps of the Tribun'. It is entitled en-titled the "Fortifications of Paris." and exhibits the po-itions of St. CT.ud, incenncs, the Kric Canal, Jersey City and Omaha. Accompanying it are "official commendations." General Grant says, "it is the only map of the kind I ever saw." Bazaiue says, "if I had had this map I would have got out of Metz without any trouble.'' J. Snitth writes that it completely cured his wife of freckles, and Napoleon admits ad-mits that "it is very nice, large print."