" Well," said Mrs Q, when she returned home in the evening, and found her husband waiting supper, "I've been shopping all the afternoon, and I'm so fatigued that 1 can hardly stand on my feet." "May I look at your purchases?" asked Mr Q. " Oh, I only bought half a yard of pink satin ribbon." "Well, let me see that." "I can't. I ordered it to be sent home, and it has not yet arrived." A farmer named Mr Snow and two others were travelling South. They got into a heated discussion over various crops. One of them knew Mr Snow, and wished to introduce his friend. " Don't you know Mr Snow," asked he. "Na, na," replied the other, " but I ken his brither Mr Frost, who once spilt a field of tatties belangiDg to me."
PUBLIC NOTICES. CENTRAL RESTAURANT. B?G to intimate to the Publio generally that I have made considerable additions .0 my Restaurant, and alio added a Ladies Dining i OPM. Prices as usual. All Meals, 6d ; Beds, 9d. Everything clean , ND Comfortable, Breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. (ENTRAL Restaurant, 'ANSE street. m A. LBHMANN, Proprietress. G. H. SMITH. MPORTANT NOTICE. ' Beg to intimate to the General Publio I have Bought the Entire Stook of FORD AND CO., grocers and provision merchants, 121 George street, and intend lARRYING on the business at the same ' address, where I shall be pleased to see LD Customers who will favor me with their Otders. Nothing but the best brands of goods kept in stock. vision merchant, 121 George street.
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