AN ORTHODOX SQUIRREL.
MY attention was arrested the other day by what I saw in the window of a little shop. Cages hung from wires and hooks, while their occupants seemed intent upon making the most of their limited space, by leaping from side to side, and from top to bottom. Attracted by an idle curiosity, I entered, and accosted the proprietor.
"Well, my friend, you have quite a show of animals. This is a small menagerie in its way, is it not?”