A little sto) f is told of Sibyl Sandorson apropos cf her debut at Paris. The next morning the papers teeined with the raviugs of the critics, the "beauté de Sibyl," Ixt voico and her oostumes. There were Uso telegraius oí' congratulations, letters and cards. The young divette looked at thom all careíully and thenmade a mcae. "Notsatisfied yet?" askcd souio one. '"Whatisthe matter?" "Ah, I am so disappointed, " moaued the sad faced singur. "I bad tíiought uuccessfnl singers always got love letters from uuknown admirera. There is not one forme!" It is to bo supposed that time bealed the sorrow. - New York Mail and Express.