-How often have we observed respeetable youngladies cultivating the acquaintance of strangers, whose character no onc in their luidst kne-w, noed not here be said - but it is the same story told svcr and over again. Wo'vo secn girls toss their heads at the hoiiest well meant attentions of many fellows ■with good hearts, with whom they ore rnisid, whileiï un inipudeiit ajMtart froui abroad only ajjpears on the Kccno, ho would have many girls in the place angling for and tvying to oatok hiui. Is it any wonder, then, that 60 many thoxightless young ladies draw blanks in the matrimonial lottery. Bo careful, or you may rue the day when you throw away honest worth, and accept in its etead airogant aBsumption and brassy xnediocrity. Get an honest, sober, industrióos beau - if you have known hiiu all your lifc so much the botter ; he will do. t)on't risk your happiuess with a reckless "niucompoop" vithout bïaius or character. One foolish thoughtless step may copt you ft lifetiine of chagrín, sorrow, and even worse. We say be oareful, and ttnd liy what jou know is good.