An allusion in the Courier and Enquirer to Mr. Greeley's diet, attire, socialism, philosophy, etc.
It is true that the editor of the Tribune chooses mainly (not entirely) vegetable food; but he never troubles his readers on the subject; it does not worry them; why should it concern the Colonel? * * * It is hard for Philosophy that so humble a man shall be made to stand as its exemplar; while Christianity is personified by the here of the Sunday duel with Hon. Tom.
Marshall; but such luck will happen.
As to our personal appearance, it does seem time that we should say something, to stay the flood of nonsense with which the town must by this time be nauseated.
Some donkey a while ago, apparently anxious to assail or annoy the editor of this paper, and not well knowing with what, originated the story of his carelessness of personal appearances; and since then every blockhead of the same disposition and distressed by a similar lack of ideas, has re