pcarance oí two lady "operators, uno ure now causing a ccns ition in Wall street, is thus sketched : Mrs. Jennie C, Ulafiin, tbough married eight ycars, is a youiiL lady "f ftome tweutj-four years. Hor features are ful], anti a continuous aaiile plays upon ber counteuace. Sbe ie, to all appcarauce, tho pfaotograpfa of a business -yvomnn - leeon, slirewd, whole-souled, and apparently afirm foc of the "girl of the period " creation, wliom sbo describes as a fiickly, squeaming nondoscript. She is generally plainlj drossed, and spcaks business iu every gesture. Mrs. Victoria C. Woodbull is her sister. Sho is some five ycars olcler than Mrs. 0., and bas a keen, bright eye. Sbe is t'vi ■cntly of a sanguine, nervous temperament, and it migbt be apprebonded tbat a serious finnneial shock would not teil well on ber constirulion. Sbe states tbat since sbe bas been in tbe business ia Now York - some two or tliree years - nlthough tbeir operations were conducted Kolely through agents in the street, tbey huve made about 8700,000. A young lady froin the rural distriets weot to .Des Moioea to ?ee the elepbant. Tn tho street-ear the conductor suid to her. " MiSj your faro." " Wel] ii' Í am," replied trho, " I don't want inj uf your impertinentie.