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HAD HIM THERE.

STICKING TO HIS PALS.

TRUTH AND FICTION.

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TRUTH AND FICTION. A U>liO > u tic; G'a-. ♦« Christianity Oosifi Her 20,000 Marks. Tha daughter of a Jewish merchant a) Ham- burg re«idad in Berlin with a brotiitr, and made the acquaintance of an orthodox Christian solicitor. They fell in love with each other, but the solicitor's father made his consent dependent on the young lady's conversion to Christianity. But the fattier of the latter expressed a wish that his daughter should remain a Jewess, at any rate until his death. In spite of this she was baptised on a certain day in December, laet year, at two o'clock, immediately after which she became engaged to the solicitor. About an hour afterwards a telegram arrived from Hamburg aaaounoiag (hat the death of her fattier from an apoplectic stroke lied taken place on the same day at lialf-past two n'elock. When the father's testament was opened it was found tbtt besides the stiate of his property legally belonging to his daughter he htfd also bequeathed to her a legacy of 20,000 marks, under condition that she remained a Jewess till his death; Her conversion, however, having taken place haff an hour before, she lost the legacy. Legal proceedings were ioatit uted by her to dispute the validity of tht clause, but they have been unsuccessful.

A WESTERN EDITOR'S KICK.

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HE'D BEEN CHRISTMASSING.

A Steamer Stopped by a Fish,

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