book, recogniziug a deniaud of this kind,has decided on bringing out this littie volume on this important subject—little, yet much larger than anything that has ever been attempted of this character. .A.11 he aims at between himself and other men proficient in the art is an exchange of ideas that will best tend to promote the good of the craft, and he feels that he represents these very men,and pens their very sentiments. Howevei learned and gifted a man may be in this respect he will, always find suggestions in occasional intercourse with his peers that will stimulate thought, give birth to new subject-matter,and lead to great individual benefit. The young man who is anxious to get on in the world will find in these pages hints at new avenues for his industry in connection with grape growing, wine culture, etc., or suggestions by which he may perfect himself in the saloon business,if his taste runs that way. By paying heed to duty, personal appearance, self- culture, speech, manner, chaiactei, etc., he will make of himself a much-respected gentleman and be enabled, to secure a good position and command a high salary.
The Model Bar Clerk.
He should be a man of good character, straight personal habits, good temper, cheerful, obliging, wide-