m n m i - r-w immm -The groat Sully, tho ister of Honry IV., always kept up at table the frugality to whieh he had been aooustomed ia e"arly life ia the army. - His meals consisted of a few dishes, dressod in the plainest and most simplo 'manner. Tho courtiers often reproached liim with the simplicity of his table; and he would reply, in tho words of the classic, 'If the guests are men of sense, the re is sufficient for them; if they are not, I can very well dispense with their company.' Sd" A lady went to a circus the othor day, and was much embarrassed lest her class leader should hear of her btiing there. The leader was vory much embarrassed in finding her thero.