3í C$dna two damsels, wisely concluding on the delights of Music in the home, resolved - each with purse equipped and merry heart, - an Organ good to purchase. The one did read the loud words of a vainglorious maker who would e'en bestow his organs at cost of the case alone - so exceeding stood his wealth and goodness. She was not loth to buy an Organ cheap, nor was he loth to sell a cheap Organ. She truly bought the Organ at the cost of the case, for it was a case of experience, and she was, as it were, abundantly supplied. Her friend was more exceeding wise. From Brattleboror Vt., she did an Estey Organ secure, than which there is none finer. Straightway there was Music in each home - but the one was the voice of a complaining woman and the other was sweet as shepherd's pipe.