The OhioagO Times has a word to the thousands of young men just graduated from colleges, whioh, despite its satirioal Qtivor, is sensible advice : "But as a furthei preparation for an honorable career his iirst ■ duty is to qit being a oollege gradúate. When the floral tributes applauding maidens fling at his feet on t!i:d imposing oommenoemeat oooasion hav withered, let him addresa himself to this task. Let him oonoeal as far as possiblo frorn thoso around him the fact tliat ho is the wisost man of his tinm ; let him postpone his olevation to thfl Presidoncy as long as he thinks the present demanda of his tellow citizens will permit, and with an air of well affected meekness let him ge to work at his ohosen avocation." Tiikkk is NOTHDíQ like bayingat hand' in gioknesa just the right kind of medicine. A lady of Bloomington, Illinois, attributes her r evew illiiuss to the uso of a box of boads token by mistake for pills.