3n ffc kfectíng of an. instrument of sound, you shall first diligently sound the instrument. An' it be an Estey Organ, from Brattleboro, Vt., 'twill speak in tones of exceeding power and purity. Noise is not tone, but tone is everything. As rudder to ship, or brain to man, even so standeth the tone unto the Organ. Marry, 'tis a point of exceeding nicety and thou should'st wisely weigh it - in the selecting - to thy great advantage in the bye and bye. The cheap dealer doth noisily sound his Organ's praises the while he quietly soundeth thy perceptions. Sound thou the Organ itself. 'Tis that thou seekest to gladden thy home; thou art not buying the dealers wind and it may well escape thy close attention.