-A ly goort emerprising newspaper is really ike a well Bpread dinner-table. It uonlisins varietjkae well asquantity; somciiii! for every taste, and enough of e:ich eind to Batisfy any reasonablo appetite. tt ia ïiot expected rliat any guest of a tajk should eat of every dish providi d. It is not supposod for a moment that every dish will be pal atable to every guost, or igrces with one"s digostion ; but it is ïhought, and reasouably too, tbat fiom the abundant bill of faro c cry gnO8t can select eiioujili that wilï be digestible and igreeable to malte a substantial and satsfactory nieal. Just so it is with every -woll edited ïewspaper, No man is uxpeoted to read ■veiything in the paper, or to like everytbinji if ho roiids it, but every man is expected to find enough tliat is good. and useful, and acceptiiblo, and ftgreeable in ie ampie columns spread ubout before liiii to be a f uil equivulent for what tho i:iT)tr costs hiiu, und jf he happens to ind on the earte an artielo whioh offends lis tasto, or is in oppositjon to his views, ie bas just to Int that aldne, and leavc it :or anothcr, whom it will just suit, and 'or whose taste it was gotten up. J. D. Baldwin hu Srergreens o( uil kinds, incluling the Dolly VazdenB.