A yery nigh-toned lookingyonng man In exquisita mustache, loud plakl clothes and necktie, luw crowned hut, straw ¦. kids, and knitting needle cañe, walkeu Into u tobáceo .ihoj ou Foiutli Mrcct recent I. V, and throwing down a halt dollar 011 tlie counter saiii : ¦ Wrll, tliisis tlicworse town 1 eversaw; :i gentleman can't getunythinr.satisfactory, ud I ;UTi iittci-ly UMiiblc to MtMW arperson of fastiilions testes can live Itere. I ftay, Mr. Shopíceeper, can you sell i fellow a decent clgar? " "Tei, si!-,"sai(l tlio oigar man, nMeklf. "Well then Hy arouud lively and di) t. Dou't yon st'c that haifdoUar?" "Yes, sir. Whal kind of i ciar do you wiíB, r?" "What kind?" "Yes, sir." "Wby, look at me, sir, a moment, and see foryoursclf wliat kind of acigar wonld sul t me," and he drew liimsclf up grandly and g&zed down on Ui' shopkeeper. The Bhopkeepeí lóoked and then took in the halt dollar, gotoat acigar, h&ndedHto the min, witli t orí y-niiie cents chnnge, : 1 1 1 1 1 laid : "I uwc you half a cent sir, but I can't make change mili- yon take anotlier cur;ir." The aire young man 1 nok cd at the -lip keeper and then attbec!gr, and then at ü, and without a singlo word ilked out of the shop.