our exchanges luns bowails tlio custom utroduccd on soine of the raüroads oí eparating the male from the female pasonpers : ïuat sorting out of the flouk ; putinof tlio ribbons in one car and tbc vhiskors in another, whilo it failn to leneh't the ribbons, is a poMtive clamare o tlio vvhiskers, wlien it is not a pnsitive laudur. Pen men up togother, and if hey do not beha've like cattle, it wii! bo n spito of tho pen. Ladies sprinkled hrono;h tho ears keep the entiro traio ipon its honor, give it íi human, homoike look, retine travel, and elévate the ar from a coramoü carrier to an educa -or. ' To have knovrn a fino woman is liberul odyoation," is an old Eugüsh tterance good enough for a proverb - Uut this sogregating fashion is barbaIuu8, acd worthj of the Turks.