The sound old proverbabout the sboemaker stioking to bis lust receives new confirrnatiou in a story irom The Green Bog. An houest old blacksmith down in Texas, despairing of ever gettiug cash out of a delinquent debtor, agreed to take his note for the ainount. The debtor wished to go to a lawyer and have the document drawn up, but the knight of the anvil, who had beeu a sheriff in days gone by, feit fully competent to draw it up himseJf. This he proceeded to do, with the following result: "Ou the first day of June I promisa to pay Jeems Nite the sum of eleving ! dollars, and if eaid noto be uot paid on the date aforesaid, theu this instrument j is to be nuil and void and of no effect, i Witness ruy hand, etc."