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7 i m'i TJUIJ I , ,trJln fltoT - TTr.1 it ilrnka .tnrtT.ril.i ' :4'J . Iir til !t", t -I . tt ,vKV r( 1 KrtnJt'uvn'h. ,"... I'l lt '.fifti) , ,iw ii ii "1 ' OtMUOOTV, MO., 3MCAJR.OIX 27, 1SG8. IVo. 38. lilt Mill FRANK 8. HOWARD, M. I)., Will practice medicine In town aud country OKFICK Pcter'a llrug .Store. , !W-tf IllA. O. BUZIOK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, OREGON, MIS HO URL iiiOTirl HORACE COOPElt, ATTORNEY" AT LA IF AND Ileal ISMttito jVigont. OHEUON, MO. OFFICK One door west City Hotel, up stairs. tlilmiy) . ZOOK tt. SCOTT, Bankors and Dealers in Exohango, and REAL ESTATE, OREGON, MO. TkO a general Hanking business. Deposit re-M-r celled. Collection made. Mil DEVENEY Ac CO., Manufacturers unit Dealers In Boots and Shoes, FOKKSTLTTY. MO. Kastern nnil custom made work constantly on Imtitl. All work warranted. IIUK-Iy .TUIES II. IVIliJS, DEALER IN STOVES, Ami Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron Ware, X. K. Corner Public Sqmirp, OREGON, MO. CV,olil Copper, Hrnss, nml Pewter, taken In ex change for Tinware. llll I1 DOilliai-d Hall, t. AV. REALS, Phop'ii. rfpiti: I.OVKUS or IIH.UAUDS, are Invited to mil nt the new llllliuril Hull olio iloir Kn.t of C'ltv llnK'l. Chm-gcs, reasonable, No drinking or disorderly conilnct allowed. f H1-J4 ly 1 Best and Cheapest Wagons, CALL AT DEMUTIP S ULACKSMITII SHOP, FOREST CITY. MO. C")..V full supply iilwnys on hand. tlHlTllrn II. MUltPHY, Merchant Tailor, OR EG OA", MO. READY MADE CLOTHING, AND Furnishing Goods of the Latest Styles ALWAYS OX IIAXD. glHTft MAllKTOOHDElt, ON" SHOUT XOTICU and In the Intuit styles. Cnll nnil examine stock of Furnishing nud Piece lioods, 111.17) SIDDEXS It VANDERLINDE, Dealer! In DRUGS AND BOOKS, Main Struct, North Side Public Siunro, under Ilu- OHI'iGOX.MO. IM-SHyl ,i r... ... i '. .'I li.iltt , . .,1 101.1-1 ' IIIA PETEIt, Dealer ln'rinUGS, ami HOOKS, Paints, Oils, ratcntMcdlclncs.ChlMmi'sToys, AC. UIH.UU.1) MU( llll'j J obLWOKTn4 ctiT; ' book xsrrvnEns, and Dealers In, Books; . Stationery, Paper Hanging, and Printer's Stook No. 12 Sccoo froot, JOSEPH, MO. rt-Cjh nald for Itacs, 3AMl'Hr,KT 1BINT11U DONK AT THE Si Tinau ofic. FABXiEIGH it, SERGEANT, ' v " . ' l X NO. (I.S'OUIITHTJ., . stf0SEPff,;MiSS0URL Importers ami Jobbers of Cutlcvy. Nliulir, and Hivy uiuruiTiiryi Agricultural Tools, &e., JAd. W. SCIIOKANT. I.nte with SluMoii Co X V. Iteci nt. ly with I'ratt A Knt, M. I.oiiU. Lute T. Knrlelgli Co. yANSFlELl) & ELLINGAVOOD, Successor to A. J. Mansfield. AVholcsnlo mid Hrtull Dealers in Iron, Steel Jlardwaro, Wagon & Buggy Wood Work, Black- smuu'STOois, AGR10UL T URAL IM PLEMENTS, Farm and Garden Seeds, &c, Cull" Agent fur DEERE'S M0L1XK PLOAVS; BROWN'S COltX PLANTERS ; BUCKEYE ItKAl'EHS ami MOWERS: THRESHING MACHINES, nml l ATTENT SPINNING AV11EEI.S. So. , Tlilnl htrcit, Sign of tlic Anvil .t.I'ml-lock. ST. JOSEPH, MO. IIII-M-ly . Western . Depot of Music. P. L. HUYETT & SON, AVhok'snlo and liutiill Dunlcrs in CCKERLYG PIANOS, OR GANS, MEL0I)E0NS,GUI TARS, VIOLINS, AC- CORDEONS, Publishers of Shoot Music, MUSIC BOOKS, STRIA GS, S,-C. Tin. i I'd !.? 'Pt'uni i iti iftjni i . n. wliolfMuk' Milulo I Inline in tlm citr, nml tin liiriSi'st In til,. ii-j I .,! ii' III b. I. ..I. . ... n- tin nmi in "iiiiiiiiM- iiniiii'iiiviiin iii ivdvii er, CUTK'yim'n, uml SaUbalh HcliooM, thutnuolli- itr llStllMII IMlll . ' P. L. HUYETT, & SON, No. 0, Fourth at., ST. JOSEPH, llo. toiTioiiiiuiyj the BOARD MAN, GRAF CO. PIANO-FORTES, Wholcaalo Agonoy. The subscriber, lute n member of tills well known nnil linn esuiuiuiieU a WHOLESALE AGEXCY, 783 Broadway, Now York City, Where he will be plenscil to receive tliuorilersnflils fiicuils anil the public, nn t epeelnlly to heiir from tlinnc wlio hare so liberally beAtowrd their piitrnn ngo on the tlrtn heretofore. lie wilUupply thewe superior Instruments to the trade WHOI.KSALK AN)) ItKTAU,, .1. r Mmlo with thn Insiilateil Iron Jllni nml Friimi' (enst In one solid plnle.) They excell nil others In ilurii Itlllty, superiority of tone, uud i U'kiiiu:c of eMernul nptienrnnce. All these I'lanos hnvo nverstrmiK Scnles, clvlnpr In eonneotlon with the pntent Iron rim nml frnme, Kull, Hound, Powerful, nml .sweet Mellow Tunes. Tho canes are eleirnnt In Aiineiirnnce. unit i.fti4iUiiiul Bfifely bamllcd. Warrantod to provo satisfactory, or LUU IUVUUJ IDIUIUUU, Addrest nil orders to SIBERIA OTT, x'i ! . 7(3 ilroadway, N. T. ,:iT.Jl : ; ; Music Teachers Ami Dealers. The subscriber Is fully prepared to furnish Sheet Music, fctrlntr, Musicnl liKlriiiinnts, nml Music, llooksof nil kinds lit the lowest trndo rates, from uiu tiuHCBb buiii.i:iioiis lu 111m coiuiiry. Orders punctually and faithfully attended tn, ' Address nil orders to SIBERIA OTT, 783 Uroadway, N. Y. HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. A WEEKLY llEPiniHAN NEWSPAPER. KtilTKIi ANIwruil.tnlir.il liv CIIAS W. 1I0WMAN. UltKliO.V, Holt county, Mo. Tj:kms, TAVO DOLLAIISVeii Anntm. WAKXUDA ifHMSTEK. We linre been without ft pnstor Some eighteen ninnths or morel Ami Ihoiijtli cnmllilatei uru plenty We've bud nt least 11 score, All of II11 in "tlp.top" prencheri, Or so their letters i nn Wu'rejusl us fur im ever From h'IIIIiikoii the man. The llrst who enmc nmoiiK in lly no lilenm win the Worst, Hut then we didn't think oriiiui llvcimsu he was thu llrst) It beluK iiilte the custom To sncrlllce a few Ilel'iii u Hid Cliurrli In earnest Detirniliies what toilu. There wn iv tm.nt jounj fellow With serlotH enriict way, Wlui but I'm-one Krmt blumler lliul surely won the dnyt Who li lt siikiii'iI lmprelun, On Mniubiy one or two ' Went round ninnni; the people To see If lie would do. The plims, rimIIv poitlon Unit nut a fault to limit Ills clear nml senrchliiR jiri nelilnij 'I hey Ihiiilht thu very klnit) And nil went smooth nml plemant Until they heard the views, Of some liilliieiitliil sinners Who rent the highest pews. On tlioe his piln;i nt dealliif; .Made lint n sorry hit) The coat of liinpil teileliln Win unite tun ll);lit ii lit. Ol'eoilioe Ills In I ii was srttled Attend, jo pai'ruits still And prcncli to plenne the slum is, If) nil would Kit u call. Net came n spruce young dnndy, He wore his hair loo )nni; Amilher's emit was tlinbliy, And his viuee not o'er ntruum Ami one New Ilium rtiuli'iit, Was uois than nil nftliiHe, We eotililn't lived the senium For thliiklugof his nine. Then, wearying nf eiiniUilnles, We lookeil tile enuntiy through, 'Mid Doctors nml Professors, To lliul one that would dot And niter much ill-cu..in On who kIioiiIiI benrthe nrk, With loletlllile ilKI'ei'lllelit Wo IKi iI on Dr. 1'iiike. Here, then, we lliouuhl It M'tlled, Ititt wi re nni.ii d to lliul Our tl.itli rlni iiivlliitlon ltesectlullyilecllueil. We liirmil to Dr. llnpl.lns To help u 111 the liireh, Who k ruiiirt'l thoiiKht Hint ('nllch'e Had claims ubove our chinch, Next we dispatched commlttrts lly twin mid Ihri'i s, In nine Tin labors fur u Sahhath Of the Itev. Minllow' Spltn'e. He ciimc 11 marked sensation, So wonderful his slle, Followed thu eicnkhii; oflils boots As ho passed up the aisle. Hl tones were so nITcctliis, Ills Ke-tuies so divine, A lady fainted in Hi" It) inn llefnie the uTiind line) And on that day he unve us, In accents clear and loud. The greatest iiiayer ever iiildrcsfied To nil enllifliteued crowd. He preached n double scrmnu, And pave us angels' food On Mtcli n lovely topic ' 'The Joys of solitude. ' ' All full ol HWeef description of llowersiind pcnil itrciim, Ofwiirbllnit birds, nndmnniillKht groves, And golden sunset beiims. Of faith nml true repentance He nothing had to say) He rounded nil the roi tiers. Ami suioutlied the rugged wnyi Managed with great ndrnitues To i iiteitalii ami please. And leave the sinner's conscience Completely at Its ease. Six hundred is the salary Wi' gave In former days i We thought It very liberal, Ami found It hard tn raise) Hut when w o took the paper We hud no need to urgo To raise a cool two thousnml For the llev. Shallow Splurge. In vain were nil (he efforts We had no chance at all We found ten city churches Had giien Mm a call) And he. In prayerful waiting, Was keeping them In towi Hut wherethey payed the highest It was wblspeied ho would go, And now, good Christian brethren, We ask your earnest prayrs That (iod would send ushen.lerd To guide our church ntl'atrs, With this clear understanding A man to meet our views Must preach to please the sinners, Ami till thu vacant pews. 1.1 1111.11.1a, m . - . A SEtSIBLE LOVE STORY. It Is ifll r tnst to nnvo innus 01 inns kind tVJo Hoinctliin 1 111 this way. Anniili Iintl anlvt'A at the mature ago of twenty.pevcii, altl was yot in n stnto of Blnglo blcsscmiws. oomo now or oili er tlio liml notpion in lovo ns yet. "llnil bUo uo'OfBi-sV" AVliat a plintilu (iiiostlon 1-Uitl u over know a linlt a inilliiMi tlifflara ttgo bcggl'if.'? Oilers? Ves, borcs of, tlieni. It may bo account ed oucmof her oddities, porlinps, but whenever the subject liupponcu to bo liiputioncd by (ior latiior, Annie wouiti say tliatsuo w tea sonio ouo wno wouiti jovo nor 101' t'sclf, that slto must have nssuranco o 11 ml now ecuiti sno in inlon? Thus niattovs lior present posf fitood when niiio was led to form and may bo considered a cxcciua Wl stiango res Into girl, vcars. itlou ; but slio was a l'cso rrq must now go buck six Ono dark, iny mbrninir in Novombor, as our old fi us silting cnuiposotiiy 1 tiro in his couiitlntr befuro tho room, rca ul''liiif in some serious ri'llcciiorif, fut u ro to, self and ii old gentli tho mist and future, far 'uutloiniin prcspiitcd liltn- (i tor Air. Jiioiimn. tho uttered not a word but Tiora was that in li Is niorciy u looks wit 'said : ,rl am ho." Tho sti ger migitt nave uoon tinny 1: ho was dressed iu black, a years' of, ri, mourning weed was on his hat, and there was sbmethiVg in his appoarpuco which seemed tP indicate that iho friend; whoso loss ho deplored, had recently departed. Tho letter of introduction which iiu pre sented to Mr. Urcniati win tiilclly yet curoftilly perused, and as it was some what iiii!iim, wo shall lake thu liberty of presenting it to tho inspection of the reader : , 11 1110. 18-. Fhihn'd I'Aiii,. This will Intfodttco to thee Charles Copelnml. He has i-oinu to tho city in pursuit of business. Thou mayest depend on hlin for aught that ho can do m il shall not lean as on a broken reed. If thou canst do anything for him, thou inaj-st venture to bonctlt thyself ami liave cause to rejoice. Thy former, and present friend, Mll'HA Loomih. "It is not every ouo who can get old Micha Lootnis' endorsement on his char acter." said Paul llreinau to himself, as ho folded up the letter of u well known associate of former days. "Micha is good for a quarter of n million, or for any thing else it will tlo I want him bit-ilncs-) increasing must have more help now as well as any other lime." The oltl gentleman looked at all this as he stood gazing in perfect silence on Hie man betore lilui. At leii'flli lie open cd his tins : "Mr. Copelnml, you know all about bonks '(" "I have hud a few years' o.spri'Icncc." "Any objections to a place hero I ret ty close work 11 thnusnnil n year." "Xtme In tin' world.'' "When can von begin V" "Xow." A real smile broke on the old man's face. It llnuercd llku Iho ravs of thu .-et ting sun nulling the cliiuds of evening, lighting up these s-eeiiiingly htinl, dark features. A stool wits pushed to tho new miner, books were opened, matters explained, directions were given, the pen was dipp ed iu the ink, and iu .-hurt, before an hour had ;ia.-cd, von would have tho'l that Iho old limn ami the voiingman hail known each other lor years. In reference to our new friend, it will bo btillicient to remark, that lie had been liberally cduentirj, as the phrtisu goes, and tlioii''lt In; had entered earl v into bti- s-incsc, ho had not neglected the cultiva tion of mind mid heart. He had found time to cherish a general acqtiaiittatieo Willi Iho most noteworthy ntithurs ot the tiny, both literary and religion, and with nitiny of past tliue. Alter n few vcars' sttrces in the pursuits to which lie devoted himself, misfortunes came thick nml fast upon hint, lie found him self left with scarcely any property, and alone In the world, .save his two lovely daughters. As year after year p;icd away, he grew Meattilv lu tlio cunliilcucu of his einplovor. who felt, though he said It not. thttt iu him he possessed a treasure. Very little, indeed, wtw said by either of them, uul connected with tliu'roittine of buslines, and there hud been no inter course between them except in the count ing room. Thus six years went bv, lo ward the close of which period old Mr. Ilrcmnu was fuund looking forward with much earnestness to the young man beforo hint. .Something was evidently browing lu that old head. AVliat coulil it be V And then, ton, nt homo ho look ed curiously. The Irish servant wn puz zled. "Sure," Mild .lames, "smoothing Is coming." Annlo too wus somewhat perplexed, for those looks dwelt much on bur. "What Is it, father V" said sho lo him, one morning at tho breakfast (able, as he sat gazing steadllv In her face "what Is it? Do tell inc." "I Wish you would have him!" burnt fo rlli, likc'an avalanche. "Have known him for years truo ns a ledger real sensible man don't talk much regular ns a clock is prliuu for business, and worth his weight In gold." "Have whom, father ? Vhat tiro you talking about ?" "My head clerk, Copcland you don't know'hiin 1 do haven't semi anybody elso worth an old quill." Annlo was puzzled. She laughed how ovcr, anil said : "Marry my father'., clerk, what would tho worlil my V" "Humbug, child, humbug worth for ty of vniir whiskered, lounging, lazy gentry say wlint you will who cares.'' wnnt'B nionoy, niter an got eiiougn 01 it wnnt a scuMblo mnn want some body to Inliucaro of It all humbug." "AVltat's humbug, father?" "AVhv, people's notions on Ihcso mat tors C'npulniul is poor so was I once may bo again World's full of changes seen a great many In my days can't stay liero long got to leave you, Annie wish you'd liko him." "Father, aro you serious?" "Serious, child!" and ho looked so. Annlo wns n chip from tho old block a strong minded, resolute girl. Anew Idea sccnicd to strike her. "Father, if vou really are serious In this mutter, I'll see this Copcland : I'll get acquainted with him, If ho likes me and I like him. I'll have him. Jtttt ho must liko liio for myself nlono; I must know it.. AVill you leave tho matter to 1110?".. "Go ahead, my child, and do ns you liko. Gpod morning," "Stop n moment, l'a'hnr, I shnll alter my naind a II tt lo j I shall appear to bo a poor girl, a companion of our frluud, Mrs. Itlcbnrds, in ii strcot; sho shall know tho wholo nllalr ; you shall call mo by my mlddlo name, Peyton; I shall bo a rclatlvo of yours; you shall suggest tho business to Mr, Copcland, as you cnll lilm. 'and arrange for tho llrst inter view. Tho rest will tako caro of Itself." "I soo,' I sco," and ono of thoso rare smiles illuminated his wholo fnco. It actually got between his lips, parted them nsuiidor, glanced upon a sot of teoth but littlo'tho worse for wear, and wa6 resting there when ho left tho hotiso for tho counting room. The twilight of that smile wns not yet gone when ho reached tho well-known spot, and bowed, utitl looked "good morning" to thoso In his employ; for old Paul was, after his fash ion, n pnllto man. On tho morning of Hint day, what looks were directed to our friend (Jhnrlps, so tunny, so peculiar, So full of something, that tho head clerk could not but notice tlieni, uud that, too, with emtio alarm. What was coming ? At lnU tho volcano burst forth "Copcland, mv good fellow, why don't you gut a wife ?" Had a thunderbolt fallen at bis feet ho could not havo been move astonished Old Mr. rruman say that, nnil in tin? coiiutlii'r-room. too? Tho verv ledger seemed to blush at thu introduction of such a subject, lie. for (ho llrst time, mntlu a blot on the fair pago before hlin. "I say-why don't you gel n wife? know lust tho thin"; for you -prime ar ticle poor ouough, to bo sure, what of thata fortune in n wife, you know n tort of relative of initio don't want to meddle with other people's all'airs know your own business best can't help thinking you will be hnnnior nutst sou her." Kow. the fact is, that Charles had for some lime iat thought so hihlclf, but how thu old inau could completely di vine his feelings was ittitu it pu.lo to itliii. in thu course of tho dnv n note w ns nut into Mr. Hrcmnii's hands by Jniucs, ids Irish servant, the contents ol' which produced 1111011101' grim smile. When the moment for his return home arrlv ed, Mr. 11., handed a sealed deeiiment of rather imposing iorin to I luirlo, say ing: "Copoh'inl. you'll obll''o me by deliv erlng that nt .No. i!7, II street. I'laco it only iu the hands lo whom it is direct etl don't Avail l to trust it to nnv one el.e." The clerk saw on the out-lde. Mis. Itifhnrds, No. tl, II si reel. The door bell was rung. Tho servant ushered Copcland Into a small neat parlur, where sal a lady apparently twenty-live or thir ty years ol age, plainly dressed, engaged in knitting u stocking! Our friend bow ed and iii'iuircd for .Mrs, Kichnrdsou. ''lu is not In, but isexpeeted prc-ent-ly. Will you be seated ?" 'I here wns nn ciim) and iiulolncss, and an air of sclf-coinuiatid about this person which seemed to Copcland peculiar, lie fell tit home (you always do with such people) madu sonio common place re mark, which wns immediately respond ed ti ; then another, ami soon the con versation grew so interesting that -Mrs. Kiehards wih nearly forgotten. Her ab sence was strangely protracted, hut at legth she made her a'ppearance. Thu doc ument wa- presented. A ''lance at the outside. "Mr. Copcland" Charles bowed Miss Povtoti." Thu voting lttdv bow ed: and thus they were introduced. Thorn was no particular reason for re maining any longer, and our friend took his depart lire. That night Annio said to Mr. lirumnn: "I liko li!s appearance, father."' "Forward march," said old Paul, and he looked at Ids dntiifhter with u vast deal of satisfaction. "The old man's as swalo to-nlirht ns a potato!" said .lames to tho cook. Tho next day Charles Copcland came verv near writing several tunes, "To Miss Peyton, Dr.," as ho was iiiiil;in: out some bills of merchandise sold. "Deliver the paper last night ?" Copelnml bowed. Mrs. Itichards is an old friend; hum- blu in circumstances ; tho young lady, Povlon, worth her weight iu gold, nuy day; luivu her myself if 1 could." How much you remind mo of Mr. Uroinan," tald Charles ono evening to Annie, "i inline you said you werearei nttvo of his?" "I am related to him through my motli- or," was liio grave reply Mrs. lllchards turned away to conceal a smile. fsomowhnt later than usual, on that dnv. Annie rnnched her father's bouse. L'licro was no mistaking tho expression of hoi" countenance. Happiness was plainly written there. "I see. I sec." said the old mnn : "(he account Is closed books balanced hnvo it all through now In short order. You aro a sensible girlno foolish puss just what I want bluss vou child; blossyoii." Tho noxt day Paul came, for almost tho llrt tlinuln his life, rather Into to his counting-room, disks and boxes seemed 10 bo staling with wonder. "Copcland, heard from Mrs. Itichards uroiiosiil to my rclatlvo Peyton all right doao up well. Coino to my house this ovonimr uover been tliero yot, eh ? eight o'clock precisely want to sco you got something to say." "How much interost ho seems to tako iu tho matter," said chniics. "lie's a kind old fellow ill his way; a littlo rough, but a good heart." "i cs, Mr. Chillies Copcland, even kind er than you think for. At clirht o'clock lireclsolv tho door boll of Mr. llrotnan rang. Mr. Charles Concland was ushered in bv niv fiiond James. Old Paul took hint kindly by the luimi, ami turning around abruptly, in troduced him lo : "My daughter, Miss Annlo Peyton Urciunn," mid immediate ly withdrew. "Charles, will you forgivo this ?" Ho was too much astonished lo mnko nuy reply. "li you Know nil mv motives and tool ings, I mil suro you would." That the motives and feelings woro soon explained to his entire satisfaction, no one will doubt. "Copelnud, iny dear fellow," shouted old Paul, a9 ho entered tho room, "no use lu n long engagement !" "O, father?" "Xo ii9c, I say marry now got ready afterwards ncx Moitdny evening who cares ? waul It over feel settled. Shan't part with Annie, though must bring your wife hero wife rather lone some be still no words Just hnvo It so partner in business llreinau Ss Copcland got tho paper, all drawn tit) to-day can't alter it. lie quiet, will you r won i siav in the room t" I I hnvo now llnlshcd mv storv, reader I have given you the facts. I cannot say, nowovcr, mat t approved ot the decep tion practiced upon our friend Charles. As, however, our Lord commended tho "unjust slcwurd because he nclcd wise ly," so, I .suppose, the good senso shown by the young lady lu choosing a husband for the sake of what ho was, and not for tho sake of what ho might have posssess ed. merits approbation. It is not every one who has tho moral courage to step out of tho circle which surrounds the wealthy, and seek for those qualities of inlud'tind heart which the purse can never give nor tako away. TO Till! l.AIMr.S. If you aro a lady, nnil I take you to be, and are Invited to perforin nt n party, wait till each person iu tho house has saked you three times ; it won't do (o bo lu a hurry about this. Thou go to tho plnno modestly, if vou can. of cotirso asking pardon of that smiling gentle man's Iocs you trod on, and lake your scat. You aro expected to say you havo forgotten nil tho pieces you kitow. ou will say this lust beforo you begin. Uliish slightly, if you can, and prelude with animation by thumping thunder out of all the lower notes as if you wish ed to bring the house down, which you certainly might ; then gallop up the ga mut liko an Iron shod liiirrirniieaud close by knocking two or thrco littlo notes higher than u kite. There is a irrent deal In beginning to commence, then go on witli anything you please. If conversa tion grows loud arijitnd you, don't wor ry about it lor llicy won't detect any of your mistakes. If ihoy remark you play ed it out well, make as much of a com pliment of it as you can. After this you will bo expcelcil to sing have a bad eold, fit:, but you will vocalize a littlo anyhow. lie sure you have the right accompaniment. Slug very low, tliey will then have to stop talking to hear you. Somebody wilt say it is very beau tiful; this is expected. Sing the next song louder, but don't allow your volco lo rise high enough 30 a3 to get beyond vour reach. Ifa young man inadvertantly ask vou to coiiiinciico at (ho last verso of I ho doz enth song and sing (ho balance, it will ho bceatiso lie hasn't good rear-age. If they express satisfaction at the end ing of a song, saying it was tho finest part, bow gracefully, if you can. Uo sure ami mnko them as anxious to have you f toil as they were to have you be gin. You t ho'n will havo rest thc'rest of the evening. If you don't, set mo down us not having truth enough to stock a small auction store. 1,.1W Ol' VEK.iCITV. 'Tho Watchman and ltcllector lias tho following excellent remarks upon tho law of voracity, when violated: When wo sunn as true what wo do not know to bo (rue. When wo Intentionally prodttco atalso impression. When wo lliul thai wo havo, though undesignedly, conveyed a false impress Ion, and do not hasten to correct it. AVhon wo stnto a matter in tho least degree different from the shapo it has In our own minds. AVhon lu tho statement ofwliat may bo truo In fact, wo purposely omit nuy circunislnncos which are necessary to a correct iipprchousiou of the truth. AVhon wo oxnggornta or extenuate any of thoso cUcuiiislances. . AVhon wo purposlv arrange tho facts of n truo representation iu such a man ner ns to deceive AVhon, with intention to deceive, wo accompany a statement with a look of tho oye, a touo of tho volco, a motion of tho head, or anything which may inlltt out'o Hie mind and conduce to a (also im pression. AVhon wo answer a question evasively so as to deceive, under tho secret prc teueo that the inquirer has no right to know thu truth. AVhon by word or act wo crcato an ex pectation which wo do not intend to ful- ii l.i AVhon wo creatonn expectation which, though we intend to fuUUl it, wo after wards fall to fulfill, without duo caro to explain thu causo of tho failure. AVhon wo do not fulfill it promlso in ov ory respect precisely ns wo supposed tho promlso understood it. AVhon wo fulfill a contract or a promlso in ovorv particular, excont as to time. and make no ell'ort, show no disposition, to give early notico that tho delay will bo unavoidable. Tin; following anccdoto of lien. Iltit ler is as liko him as if ho had sat for it : It is over the caso with ctrorvescent mn toiial that to ba sparkling It must bo thoroughly bottled. This lias proved to bo the caso with Gen. Butler tho tighter the placo tho greater tho "nop." Tho (loneral. whllo in nctlvo ornotico in Massachusetts, was a tcrrornnd torment to judges of thin calabre. Judge Sangor, on one occasion having been bullied uud badgered out of all patienco potuantly asked, "What docs tho counsol suppose i nm on huh ucucii iorr" scratching his head a miiiuto Benjamin F. roplicd: "AVell, I confess your Honor's got mo hero I"