-A good story is toldoí ayoungman by tuo namoot Uoorgo go Watorp, who it is said, vhís assisted by llon. Thodoro M. Pomoroy, of Auburn to get his oollego honors at Hobart Collego a fow vean c.go. lio wont to Cnlifornia, mado and lost two fortunes, and finally located a niining claim at iSholburn, Kovada. Wuon it was deeded to him, he conveyod ono hundrod feot to caoh of his forruer bonafaotors, fioward and Poraeroy, in remetubrance of thoir early kindncs3. Tho story goos that the lucky minor has sold his part of tho mino for $160,000, while $10,000 has been placed to the credit of Seward and Pomoroy. - liochesler DemocraV. A passenger on a Caj)o May boat, was og ovi;r tho railing of' tho uppir deck, nnd with considerable violenco giving to the winde nnd thfl sea tho contonts cl' li is stomach, whon ono of tlie boat offíoials, walking briskly by, i.skci, ;n ;i patrouiin; maiiner, "Sink sir'r" "You don't supposo I'm doiog this for fan, do you V" said tho poor fcllow, iudignnntly, as soon as ho could recover his breath.