tbat oivility is not only ono of the ossentials of high sucness, but that it is almogt a fortune of itself, and that ho who has this quality in perfection, thougli a blockhead, is tilmost suru fcoaot oq u'.in., without it, oven men of hloh abilitj l'nl. "Givo a boy. . address and aooomplishïïicnts," says Emorson, "and you givo him thé ïuastdry of palaccs and fovtunii.s whereover ho gocs ; he has not tíie trpublo of parning dr owning theni ; tey solioit him to entor and püsauss." SoLD. - "VilJ you dake sunidings? said a Gorman teetotaler to a friend, while standing near a tavern. "I doy't caro if I do," was tho reply, "Veil, den, let U3 dako a valk !"