Rev. Mr. Nightingale contributes to ;he Springfield Itepublican the following story of Bev. Dr. Lothrop, au eccentric parson who officiated in West Springliekl : A young lady, a mciuber of Dr. Lotlirop's church, went on a visit to a neighboring tovvn, and while there attended a party and danced. Tidings of her sin reached home before her. On her return she was visited and called to most Reveré account for the disgrace she had thus brought upon herself and flpou ihc church, and which had been found out, notwithstauding it had been done auiong strangers. One staid inaiden was especially earnest in her rebukes, and made the poor girl teel very bad. " What shall I do?" she asked. " You had better go and see Dr. Lothrop." Sho did go, and told him all about it. " And, so, my dear, you went to the party, and danced, did you Y" he said. " Yes, sir." " And did you have a good time ?" " Yes, BÍr." " Well, I am glad of it, and I hope you will go again, and enjoy yourself. And now I want you to teil ui the name of the woman who has been making you all this trouble." - She told him. " Go to that woman and teil her for me that if she wants to get to heaven she had better ïnake more use of her feet and lcss of her tongue."