The, Wost and South have just now been visited by snow storins moro severe thau havo been known thero for years. At Memphis, where the Mississippi never frcezes, aud where the cojiiiival lias just been celebrated smid the brightest, clearest, and balmiest of weather, there was a snow storm whicli eovered the ground to a flepth of ten iuches, and to the aouthward for an unknown distanoe the telegrapb' linos are prostrate. Erom Ohio and ájtkansaa the heaviest fall of snow for yoars is reported, sj that business is suspended and trains sííriously delayed. Sleteorologically this winter has been ïemarkable in all parta of the world. In Europe there have been storias of snow in most unusuul placee ; the sevrest eold Las alter nated with iinseeialy wannth ; torrente of water have fallen, and great rivera have overHoweil timir hnks. In this couutry the weather bas been remaxkably mild, but with Buddon and violent changes likc those :;ow noticcd. - - New York Oraphie. Pbom the letter ef ft reeent settler in Sebraak : "We ure buming oorn in I our cook Stovee, and it' tnakes the best j fuel I over used for a quick, hotflre. 1 pay cighty couts for seventy youiidw, iiiul I think it fnlly as ehap aa woed at 6 a cord.