i 'resioent .Lincoln ttrat it was deemed quite settled nmong many friends that fie would lacept a renomination for the Presidency. This "remioded" Father A'or&haa oí what oíd Jesse. Dúbois, otin Illinois, once said to an itinerant ureacher. Jusse, as State Auditor, had charge of the State Houso at gpringfield. The preaoher asked the use oí it a leoture. "On what subject ?" asked Jesse. "On the Millerite second coming of the Savior," answere.d tba íong faced man. '-Oh, bosh," returned Uncle Jesee, testily; "I guess f our Savior bad ever been to Springfield, and had got away with his üfe, he'd be too everlasting smart to think of coming hero again." This was very niuch his case about the succession.