The following bit of good advico is rom the Worhingman, and is worthy the attention of all our readers. Lay it down as a foundation rule, that you will bo ' faithful in thiit whieli is least." Piek up the loose nails, bits of twino, clean wrapping paper, and put them in their places. Be ready to throw in an houi's cime, when it will be an accoramodation, and don't seein to mako a merit of it. Do it heartily. Though not a word be said, bo sure y our employor will mako a noto of it. Mako yourself indispensable to to him, and he will lose many oí the opposite kind before he will part with you. ïhoso young men who watch tho timo to seo the very second their working hour is up - who loavo, no matter what state the work may bo in, at precisely tho moment - who calcúlate the extra aniount they can slight their work, and yet not get roproved- who are lavish of their employer's goods, will always be tho first to roceive notioo that the times aro dull, anc thoir servicos aro no lougor roquirod.