IRISH WIT. Pat OMIooligan gae a dinner to some of his frienda. His wife had prepared one chicken, which Put proceeded to carve to serve his guests. Turning to the lady seated nearest him, lie asked, politely: "What part will jou hev, Misses Murphy?" "Oi'll take the leg, if ye, playe, soir," she naid. Pat next turned to a little Murphy. Mur-phy. "And whut part iv the bird will I ycz hev, young man?" "Oi'll take a leg. if it plnc ye, soir," replied the littlo Murphy. Then Pat addressed Mr. Murphy. "What's jer choice iv the bird? Will ye have the while meat?" "Oi'll take another leg, soir, an much obleged for the question," said Mr. Murphy, who always followed fol-lowed his wife's example. "Jlegorra," exclaimed Pat, "phwal do ye think I'm carvin' a spider?"