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An Irishman asks a Long Island woman the A LADY at Columbus, in Ohio, inquired of the price of a pair of fowls, and is told,

spirit-rappers how many children she had. A dollar."

“Four, rapped the spirit. And a dollar is it, my darlint? Why, in my The husband, startled at the accuracy of the country you might buy them for sixpence reply, stepped up and inquired,

How many children have 1?" “And why didn't you stay in that blessed “Two!"answered the rapping medium. cheap country?

The husband and wife looked at each other, “Och, faith, and there was no sixpence there, with an odd smile on their faces, for a moment, to be sure !"

and then retired non-believers. There had been An old darkey says

& mistake made somerohere. " Woman's lub is like India-rubber

How do you arrive at the height of a church It stretch de more de more you lub her.” steeple on a hot day-Per-spire.

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“I'LL bet you five dollars," said Macarty, “Well, I give up, beat," said Macarty, pay“you can't repeat the Lord's Prayer, now, if ing over the money ; I wouldn't have thought you try.

you could do it." “Done!” said Kolloch, “done !” and, as- A pair of them, to be sure; for neither of suming a decent gravity for the moment, sum- them knew it. moned his memory to aid him in his novel, but certainly very commendable, effort. “ Ahem

Do you think I shall have justice done a-a-hem ! ah ! now I have it:

me?” said a culprit to his counsel, a shrewd

Kentucky lawyer of the best class in that “elo""Now I lay me down to sleep,

quent State." I pray the Lord my soul to keep;

I am a little afraid that you won't,reIf I should die before I wake,

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pray the Lord my soul to take.” who are opposed to hanging." “There! I told you I could."

THE Merchant's Patron Saint-St. Leger.

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" What are you writing such a big hand for, “Flood! what flood ?" asked McLean. Pat?” “Why, you see that my grandmother " The flood, you know, that drowned all the is dafe, and I am writing a loud letter to her.” world but Noah and his family, and his flock,"? A STREAK AHEAD OF NOAH.-A dispute once

said Campbell arose between two Scotchmen, named Campbell

Pooh! you and your food,” said McLean; and McLean, upon the antiquity of their families. my clan was afore the flood.” The latter would not allow that the Campbells had

"I have not read in my Bible," said Campbell, any right to rank with the McLeans in antiquity,

of the name of McLean going into Noah's ark. who, he insisted, were in existence as a clan since “Noah's ark!” retorted McLean, in conthe beginning of the world. Campbell had a lit- tempt. "Who ever heard of a McLean that tle more Biblical knowledge than his antagonist, hadn't a boat of his ain ?” and asked him if the clan of the McLeans was Be temperate in diet. Our first parents ate before the flood.

themselves out of house and home,

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT,

December 1st, 1866.

THE EXECUTIVE. ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee, President of the United States

.Salary $25,000 LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER, of Connecticut, President pro tempore of the Senate, and Acting Vice-President...

Salary 8,000

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THE CABINET.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD, of New York, Secretary of State...
HUGH MOCULLOCH, of Indiana, Secretary of the Treasury
EDWIN M. STANTON, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of War
GIDEON WELLES, of Connecticut, Secretary of ihe Navy.
ORVILLE H. BROWNING, of Illinois, Secretary of the Interior
HENRY STANBERY, of Ohio, Attorney-General,
ALEXANDER W. RANDALL, of Wisconsin, Postmaster-General

.Salary $8,000

8,000 8.000 8.000 8,000 8,000 8,000

THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. SALMON P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice..

Salary $6,500 NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine, Associate Justice. DAVID DAVI8, of Illinois, Associate Justice. SAMUEL NELSON, OF N.Y..

Noah H. SWAYNE, of Ohio, ROBERT C. GRIER, of Penn.,

SAMUEL F. MILIER, of Iowa, JAMES M. WAYNE, of Ga.,

STEPHEN J. FIELD, of Cal.,

(Vacancy.) Salary of Associate Justices, $6,000. Court meets first Monday in December, at Washington.

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MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.
Country.
Capital.
Ministers,

Salary. When app'd. Austria

Vienna.
.J. Lothrop Motley, Mass.

$12,000....1861 Brazil Rio Janeiro .James Watson Webb, N. Y

12,000....1861 Chili Santiago. .Judson Kilpatrick, N. J..

10,000....1865 China

Pekin
Anson Burlingamé, Mass.

12,000....1861 France

Paris.
.John A. Dix, N.Y.

17,500....1806 Great Britain.

.London
.Charles Francis Adams, Mass.

17,500....1801 Italy

Florence
George Marsh, Vt..

12,000....1861 Mexico.

.Mexico
.Lewis D. Campbell, Ohio

12,000....1846 Pern

Lima
A. P. Hovey, Ind..

10,000....1863 Prussia.

Berlin..
.Joseph A. Wright, Ind.

12,000....1864 Russia.. St. Petersburg... Cassius M. Clay, Ky.

12,000....1861 Spain..

Madrid
..John P. Hale, N.H

12,000....1864 MINISTERS RESIDENT. Argentine Republic..... Buenos Ayres Alexander Asboth, Mo...

7,500....186 Belgium,

Brussels
Henry S.Sanford, Conn.

7,500....186 Bolivia

La Paz...
.Allen A. Hall, Tenn.

7,500....186 Costa Rica

.San Jose

Albert G. Lawrence, Rhode Island. 7,500....18C6 Denmark. .Copenhagen Geo. H. Yeaman, Ky..

7,500. . 1865 Ecuador

.Quito
Wm. T. Coggeshall, Ohio.

7,500....1806 Guatemala. Guatemala. Fitz Henry Warren, Iowa.

7,500....1865 Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu

Edward M. McCook, Ohio.

7,500....1866 Honduras Comayagua. .R. H. Rousseau, Ky..

7,500....1806 Japan

Yedo
R. B. Van Valkenburgh, N. Y

7,500....1866 Netherlands

Hague.
Hugh Ewing, Kangas.

1,500. .1966 U.S. of Colombia Bogota

Allan A. Burton, Ky

7,500....1861 Nicaragua .Nicaragua. Andrew B. Dickinson, N. Y.

7,500. .186S Paraguay

. Asuncion
Charles A. Washburn, Cal...

7,500....1861 Portugal

Lisbon.
James E. Harvey, Pa.

7,500....1861 Papal States..

Rome
Rufus King, Wis..

7,500....1863 Sweden and Norway. .Stockholm. ..James H. Campbell, Pa.

7,500....1864 Switzerland

Berne
.Geo. Harrington, D. C.

7,500....1865 Turkey .Constantinople.... Edward Joy Morris, Pa.

7,500....1861 Venezuela Caraccas ......James Wi.son, Ind...

7,500....1866 MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL. Hayti. Port-au-Prince....!enry E. Peck, Ohio.......

7,500....1865 Liberia Monrovia ...... .John Seys, Tenn.

4,000....1866

XXXIXth CONGRESS.
SECOND REGULAR SESSION; CONVENED MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1888.

SENATE.
LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER, Norwich, Connecticut, President.

John W. FORNEY, of Pennsylvania, Clerk. (Republicans and Unionists (in Roman), 42. Democrats and Conservatives (in Italics), 10. For the names of the Senators who voted against the Civil Rights and Freeinen's Bureau Buils, see the vote on those bills on other pages. Senator Patterson, of Tennessee, who was elocted as a Unionist, has been classed with the Conscrvatives. (c.) Seats contested. (A.) Appolated by the Governor of the State to serve until the election of a Senator by the Legislature. The figures before each Senator's name denote the year in wbich his term expires.] CALIFORNIA.

OREGON. 1867 James A. McDougall ....San Francisco.

1867 James W. Nesmith........Salem. 1869 John Conness

.Sacramento.

1871 George H. Williams......Portland. CONNEOTIOUT.

PENNSYLVANIA. 1867 Edgar Cowan..

Greensburgh. 1867 Lafayette S. Foster ...... Norwich. 1889 James Dixon .........

1869 Charles R. Buckalew.....Bloomsburgh. ..Hartford.

RHODE IBLAND.
DELAWARE.

1869 William Sprague. Providence. 1869 George Read Riddle .. .Wilmington.

1871 Henry B. Anthony .Providence, 1871 Willard Saulsbury. ..... Georgetown.

TENNESSEE.
ILLINOIS.

1869 David T. Patterson.. Greenville,
1871 J. S. Fowler..

.Nashville, 1867 Lyman Trumbull. .Alton.

VERMONT. 1871 Richard Yates.

Quincy.

1867 Luke P. Poland St. Johnsbury. INDIANA.

1869 George F. Edmunds ..Burlington. 1867 Henry S. Lane............Crawfordsville.

WEST VIRGINIA. 1869 Thomas A. Hendricks.... Indianapolis 1869 Peter G. Van Winkle ....Parkersburgh. IOWA.

1871 Waitman T. Willey .....Morgantown. 1867 Samuel J. Kirkwood..... Iowa City

WISCONSIN. 1871 James W. Grimes ........Burlington.

1867 Timothy O. Howe.. Green Bay.

1869 James R. Doolittle....... Racine.
KANSAS.
1867 Samuel C. Pomeroy Atchison.
1871 Edmund G. Ross (A.).... Lawrence.

NOT YET ADMITTED.
KENTUCKY.

ALABAMA. 1867 Garret Daris

.Paris.

1867 Geo. S. Houston... Huntsville. 1871 James Guthrie.

. Louisville.

1871 Lewis E. Parsons..... Talladega. MAINE.

ARKANSAS. 1869 Lot M. Morrill..

Augusta.
1867 E. Baxter..

Batesville. 1871 Wm. Pitt Fessenden.....Portland.

1871 William D. Snow MASSACHUSETTS.

COLORADO. 1869 Charles Sumer

.Boston. 1871 Henry Wilson........ Natick.

Jerome B. Chaffee. Central City
John Evans...

.Denver.
MARYLAND.
1867 John A. J. Creswell.. Elkton.

FLORIDA. 1869 Reverdy Johnson .... Baltimore.

1967 William Marvin
1871 Wilkerson Call..

Tallahassee. MICHIGAN. 869 Zachariah Chandler... Detroit.

GEORGIA. 371 Jacob M. floward........Detroit.

1867 Herschel V. Johnson Louisville.

1871 Alexander H. Stephens....Crawfordsville, MINNESOTA. 169 Alexander Ramsay St. Panl.

NEBRASKA. 1071 Daniel S. Norton.... Mankato.

Thomas W. Tipton.

John M. Thayer... MISSOURI. 1807 B. Gratz Brown... St. Louis.

LOUISIANA. 1869 John B. Henderson ...Louisiana.

1867 R. King Cutler (C.).. New Orleans. NEVADA.

1871 Michael Hahn (č.)........ New Orleans. 1867 James W. Nye... Carson City.

MISSISSIPPI. 1869 Wm. M. Stewart. .Virginia City. 1867 Wm. L. Sharkey....... .Jackson. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

1871 J. L. Alcorn. 1867 Geo. C. Fogg (A.)........Concord.

NORTI CAROLINA. 1871 Aaron H. Cragin.........Lebanon.

1967 John Pool..

.Goldsboro.
NEW JERSEY.

1571 William A. Graham .....Hillsboro. 1869 F. T. Frelinghuysen (A.) Newark.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1871 Alexander G. Cattell....Camden.

1807 John L. Manning .Colonbla.

1871 Benjamin F. Perry. .Greenville. NEW YORK.

TEXAS. 1867 Ira Harris.

Albany.
0. M. Roberts

.Tyler.
1869 Edwin D. Morgan. .. New York City. David G. Burnett. Galveston.
OHIO.

VIRGINIA 1967 John Sherman

Mansfield.

1867 John C. Underwood Alexandria. 1869 Benjamin F. Wade.. .Jefferson. 1871 Joseph Segar

Fortress Monroe

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