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UEjiKi.s in cue nouse nave carnea llieir point, and by a vote ot 158 to 103 liave refused to suspend the rules and pan the bill placing Gen. Grant upon the retired list. A DI8PATCH in the papers a few days gince stated that Anthony Comstock, of the New York society for the suppression of vice, had forbldden the sale of the "Arabian Nights" Sotue portions of this book is unlit to read. It is dirty, lilthy, without mean Ing or moials, and upon wtaat ground it has obtained popular favor has always been a niystery to the writer of this. A modern anlhor tlirowin" such fllth und roüeniies. upon the public duld be hooted out of reepectable society, as he ought to be. Tiik people breathe casier. A great stnse of relief and dcllcious comfort comea over the imtions of the mith. America, Ireland and France are uow jolued by ties imlissoluhle( t) and lasti"g(5') ur Bonanza Muckey, our own and only Mu'key. who was botO In Ireland, made bis mülioiiri in Nevada, and supporU bil tainily In Paris in kinjrly splendor, has consuinated the bond. His daufbter, once a resident of "poverty flats," has successfully marrled Don Ferdiuand JuÜan Coloma, Prince of Galateo, a princely bggW with a bij; title and no purse - athing totally unnecessary in ttiis nstance. Tlie receptiou glven by Mrs. Mac is said to rival anything eyer before given in Paris. Il was tit for kings, queens, emperors, khedives, etc.


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