The suseeptibility of the Grass Lake News man is tokt by himself in these words : "Miss Hovey and Miss Lewis, teachers in the Concord rnion schools, visited the Grass Lake school Monday. After looking over our mposing temple of learning and wandering in peusive meditiition through the academie abades environing it, tliey turiied their footsteps toward The News Office under the escort of the local faculty, headed by Prof. Everett. All were welcomed with open arms to our classic retreat. We have always heen a foml idmirer of the aniinated educacional principie, that is that portion of it garbed in pretty dress goods, and have ever i'ound it briglit, beautiful and fascinating. Nor were the charming Concord visitors an exception to the rule. In fact the Concord ladies are all pretty ! And the same can be suid of the ladies of Napoleon, Norvell, Sharon, Francisco, Waterloo and Lee ni. Even poor litlleChelsea can boast of comely faces, but those feet! Still, the latter's broad tions, so suggestive ot snow slioes, are a wise provisión of nature, as the habitat of the dear beings is altérnate rnarsh nd soft Band, and without a broad ped1 finis, they would sink so deep as to ender locomotion out of the question. At Stockbridge the delicate hands and 3inderella feet of the sex, their willowy orms and finely chiseled necks, are rare ieyond the power of vvords to expresa, jut great hevings, such faces ! However, let's drop the curtain on sunflowers and wild roses. The Concord fairies hought Gvass Lake a far more interestng town tlian Concord. Kot that they said so, but being acute a,nd sensible theycouldnotthinkotherwise. Finally, when they turned their faces toward heir own humble hamlet, such were their regrets that fortune had not cast their lines in this heritage of the biest that their eyes filled with brine."