There are persons who aro never easy unleHS thoy are putting your books and papers in. ordor - that is, acoordiiig to their notions of the matter - and hido things, lest they should be lost, where neither the owuer nor anybody elso oan iind theni. This is sort of a magpie faculty. If anythiug is left where you can find it, it is called litter. There is a pedantry in housewifery as well as in the gravest concerns. Sir Walter Snott coinplained that whenever his maidservant had been in his library, he could not set comfortably to work again tor sevorul days. A farmer near Prairie City cornplains that a hook and ladder company has been organizad in his neighborhood. He says that the ladder is used after dark tor climbing into his chickon-house, after which the booking is done.