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"You just look out," said an affectionate aunt to her graceless nephew, not to carry any of the follies of your youth into old age, because your old a<te will be sure to have follies enough of its own. °A United States senator, noted for inebriety, consulted a friend aB to what character he should assume at a masquerade ball. Oh, said the friend, "don't go disguised, but assume a new character—go sober."—American paper. An old citizen, in a country village, Deing asked for a subscription toward repairing the fence ol the gravevard, declined, saying: "I subscribed toward improvin' that buryin' ground nigh ontc forty year ago, and my family hain't had no benefit from it yet." The difference," said the Professor of Natura; History, between these fossil remains which ] show you here, and the lap dogs which thos< ladies in the audience are now fondling, is this. These fossil remains are petrified bones, and those lap dogs are bona fide pets." (Great cheering bj the students.)

THE DOUBLE MURDER IN NORFOLK.

| MR. SPURGEON ON VOLUNTARYISM.

■ —| BISHOP ELLICOTT ON THE…

IMPORTANT SPEECH BY M. GAMBETTA.

THE NEW LORD JUSTICE.

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RETIREMENT OF TR A. BUCHANAN.

MR. COBBETT AND THE CLAIMANT.

LORD BEACONSFIELD AND THE…

WIRE ROLLING EXTRAORDINARY.I

THE HEROISM AT BLANTYRE.

EDUCATION OF THE YOUNG.

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MR. GLADSTONE IN IRELAND.

MORALITY OF MUSIC AND DANCING.

ENGLISH AND FRENCH RACEHORSES.

------THE SITE FOR CLEOPATRA'S…

THE SCIENTIFIC EXPLANATION…

THE SULTAN'S SPEECH ON REFORM.

A STRAXGE REVOLUTION.

CLEOPATRA'S NEEDLE DETAINED…

LORD GALWAY, M.P., ON THE…

j THE CLAIMANT.