A CHKEum, I'nmor is i>roviilent ilia the “ Bulletin” has decided tu have all its original articles hereafter printed in red. This will save its alleged readers no end of time and trouble. Apropos of this, we see by a poem published by that reliable journal last week, entitled “An Incident of the French damp,” and signed Julius ller<dn, that the poet Browning has opened a branch office on this coast.—“ San Francisco Post. ”
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