l.NKLI.VGS. ! ' K'i--:'cn-i!j V.- Mi'a'.'r'' ii a S'-w llipii.'t? c-'a3 hi- arTT-'.-ji I'.r. A r:'.' ;t.c l..t rrrc'i'.r y ;c Sew urik u.. i'.:..r ujv i'tL.; iutir aa l a L.:'. Tie l'n:V':rs:'y cf Ko:u.-ltT Li? pur'.-bi'i A-h'ir.i. tie hoie ot'il-irt Clay, fjr -,:.: A I'owD-Ka.-t w .:aa c.al n. at- ' Urci her li'.L-rr s lu:.er.ii L.a'-Le jLr A n-aa '-o e; il kla.vo jj .-e i t the d.-e-i of a 1-Jy m I' j'.-v:..-.-, i'a., is , eija-iu' IN tx-it' e.-.l..-aa eiLt-u-vatLs' t.-rn. id Ja.L A CVi:rmaa chir?tJ wi'h iVutry i "con iucted L:s own jct-ne. 'i'ie-t:"!i-r j the wttneises, e jected to iea.ivD a;ked h;iu. ac i weired I. is ova aoiu.ttaL ' The Llln-.'ii wuoiry t'a;'rs are iul-lUhitj; iul-lUhitj; the Trebly of -iiit;t0 as a serial. J d;l ai the runil reader gti tc the chriLin lart he has to btcaa. v-and v-and wait til next week. A I'itulurira Gaz-.-tce orre-pcJcat pcats of -tl.e unru2 .-J as" as a "primitive mode of travel." 'la reai his 1 1 1 e i s cue would upp'Jie ''tl.e unrurled a:" wis the primitive mode of traveling t'orrep jndeut. The Xeic York Lmdtr feelin.'ly refers re-fers to the departure of it old and well-known resident of New ork: "01. 1 lrelry'; rn. ih at wiseo'J m.tn, lie s gone 10 ItiAs' :iyre: He u.-cj to e ir ju '. 1 war. r e jzl. Ah bultuno-l down b.-:ore.'' A certain mornicg paper has an editorial on the "The wa.-teuf manure. " By a glance through its columns we are convinced that none of the article is wasted in that office. This applies to a good many localities. A newly-married man complains of tha high price of ''ducks." lie say; his wile recently paid for three of ihtm a duck of a bounet, a duck of a dress and a duck of a parasol, lie thinks such "dealings in poultry will ruin him." Jonah wrote to his father after the whale first swallowed him, stating that he thought he had found a good opening for a young man going into the oil business; but afterwards wrote for money to bring him home, stating that he had been "sucked in." A Peekskill man writes to the editor of the local sheet that "youl git yur hed punched if you print in yur pa)er that my yf had twins." The Peekskill man, says an exchange, has our sympathy. sympa-thy. To be made a plural father at one fell swoop is enough to give anj man a "bad spell." i During the paralytic attack upon ; Chang, his brother Eng, in perfect , health, has been obliged to lie in bed ! with him. Eng is not wholly satisfied iwith the prospect, for if his brother 'dies he is afraid he will have to be buried with him, and have his meals brought to him, and he would rather ; board at home. There is a tombstone at Bridgeport, Conn., "sacred to the memory" of a man who was knocked down stairs and killed by his mother, which bears a j stain resembling a woman with u praised i club in the act of striking. The local 1 papers declare that all attempts tc erase the figure are ineffectual, and j large numbers visit the place daily.