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he dew, and if we lack them, it is because we will not open our hearts to receive them. An old Dutchman undertook to wallop his son, but Jake turned and walloped him. The old man consoled himself for his defeat by rejoicing at his son's manhood. He said: "Vell, Jake is a smart fellow; he can whip his own teddy." They mean to raise tall students out in Wisconsin. An exchange paper says: "Its board of education has resolved to erect a building large enough to accommodate five hundred students three stories high." A fellow out West being asked whether the liquor he was drinking was a good article, replied: "Wal, I don't know; I guess so. There is only one queer thing about it: whenever I wipe my mouth, I burn a hole in my shirt!" Three thousand Syrian Christian girls have been carried off and sold to the Turks during the late disturbances. A boy was asked what meekness was. He thought for a moment, and said--"Meekness gives smooth answers to rough questions."