Heaven help the man who imagines he can dodge euemiea by trying to piense everybody. If such an individual ever succeeded, we should be glad of it - not that oue should be going through the world trying to find beams to knook and thump his poor head against, disputing every man's opinión, fighting and elbowing, and orowding all who differ with hini. That, again, ia another extrema. Other people have a right to their opinions - so have you ; don't fill into the error of supposing they will respect you more tor turning your coat every day to match the color of theirs. Wear your own colora in spito of winds and weatber, storms and sunshine. It costs the vacillating and irresolute ten timea the trouble to wiud and shuiüe and twist that it does honest, manly independence to stand its ground.