General Phil Sheridan was at one time asked at what little incident ho had laughed the most. “Well,” ho said, “I do not know; but I always laugh when 1 think of the Irishman and the army mnl«. I was riding down the line one day, when I saw an Irishman mounted on a mule, which was kicking ita legs rather freely. Tho millj finally got its hoof Caught in the stirrup, when, in the excitement', the Irishman remarked : ' ‘ Well, begorra, if you’re goin* to git on, I’ll git off.’” ft was in a railway carriage, and tho occupants were several travellers and a staid, pompons old gentleman. Various and unsuccessful rih-rts were made to draw him into conversation. At length owe of them said; “ Come, sir, I know you are one of us. Tell us what you are travelling in.” “Young man,” answered tho tormented one, glaring at his interlocutor, “ I am travelling in very objectramble and inquisitive company, and the carriage is full of samples.” He was not disturbed after this
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