-Oi'phmis O. Ken1, in une of tl is letters from Washington, is ever on the Brigadiers. lío saya : " Captain, there's sornething missing from thu rear guard." Villiam issumed a thoughtful demeanor, and says he : " fs it :i missfirö ? ' '' No," said the Lieutbnant, agitutinly "lint ■ miss two " " Nut baggugö wagons !" naya Villiam, giving sucli u shirt thut liis war liors feil npon liis knees, '4Dio'l ttJl mo thut two wisD8 ;ire missing." ': Why, no," said the Lieutenant, with emotion, " it's not two wng ds that we miss, Sut two Brigadiers !'' "Ah," saya Villiam, fanning himself with his cap, '' how you alarined me ! I thought at tirst it was two wagons. Let the procession go on, and I'll sond fiir two more Britrs tlie next time I havo a fiiend guiñar to Washington. "