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THE VERMONT PHCESNIX, BllATTLEBOJLU) VrJL, FEIilt LTAHY 0, 1875.
vttit uit.iitT or .vjfff iwahavji.
0 lonff arpyrtrirf wnltlnR, litn Inim brarltain
bound , ... .t.
By word lint hvlA in lifiud iIm h, indlttne
mil worm rmniu i ... u
Lonlonitforhtmwbf. tadfrfr dttrh
all Lii main, .in.
Hut cruder yet for In r whoMdnit home nd huim
And lon iuf Ibr homrs of hew togland.
'Twm tn ttie mrllow nuiumcr I lieirtl lift iwrct rriljr
lh tetivt dlnnrd imld th tree th fields were
Mflb with corut
Th white-Miled clondu apnlnfct tl sky like ililr w"
onwAni borne; .......
And lilu ire IW Vtm f Nrvr 1 .11 Riant. t
Her llpnwifn like the rtMbrrrltrt lief chirk wm po
una iur, , .....
And liltle breerm tiriictl to lift tlieUiiKlepf her hair:
A light wn In bpr hard ?)' and fhe wib nothlnj
To heitr th words her Iocr fj-tike, and I'ledned me
there tier tromj
And true l die word t'f New i:n?ind,
When Heiitember brought Ihe &AAt n-rod, and w le a
burned like fire,
And bluer than In Aufimt rose Ihe U1jm mcke and
Kul Urge and red among th (lacks the ripened
One hour, In which to fay farewell, vrmUftto ua
And aweet are the Hnrp nf New Knplat.d.
W Irtted rich nlhtr trull ! hard. hardltaa to rart
Hut my ring wis on brr Dnper, and her hair lay next
"'Tl but a year, my darling, M paid i "in onefhort
Vthm our Western home is ready, I aUlltrtk my
KallP Here J
And brare la the Ikjh of N't England.
I went to Rain a home for her, and in the Golden State
Vim nr-ita ana nana l 1'innuea anu louru, ami nrtj
worked and late;
Hut lirk waa all against me, and ficknepa cu me lay,
And ere I got my strength again la many a weary
An 1 bna art- the thoucltta t f New r.nulind,
And many a day, and many n month, and thrice the
t bravely troe, and allll the rok! termed inner jet
My Kttio't let tern told mo that tllt Ltr irtinl
Hut now, f rvcry lmpclcr tn m, lny own to Lf r wem
a ml ateru la the pride of New Kogland.
Jt.it atill Fhe trtwltd In me, llumxh rick with here de
ferred; No more among tin tillage i-holr her toicc waa tweet
I'or when the wild iiorthealer -f the fourth long win
Ko (bin her frame with I'luta?, the coM wind pierced
And chill are the blast of New KdrUiuI.
It last my fort lint a Wilt re.T.nii the far Tacitlc shore,
nd 1 thought to eee t Id indharn and my I atient
love I'utc more J
When a Uiinnan's lttr rintlud, mt I Vome at nnce,
ol rultte toil Ute!
Voiir Ksti'a otrengtli in fdiliiig! if )ou love htr, do
T'lme back lo the ihoa t f Xt w Kngland.'
it, it wnmnniy heart with aorrow I I left alltlse be
hind, And traight fjr dojr New l'.ur.lund I Piedt d like the
The day and ninht weie blendd till 1 reached my
Aud the oldchffn nermed tu mock me that I bad not
And gray are the roiku of Xew Cnpland.
I could not think 'I wea KaMe, whonat bffor.-iue there,
lteadiug her Uiblo "t wof toy fift andfUIowedlnher
ring, with all my It tiers, ls on a little stand,
Rhecouldno longer wear if, so frail htr poor, white
Hut atrong is the lote of Xew Knglaud
Her hair had lost ita tangle and wan paitrdcff her
Khe i"fd to be a joyous girl, but seemed an angel
HeaTeu'a darling, mine no longer; ytt in her hazel
The same dear love-lipht gliNtentd, as the soothtd my
tnd imre la the faith of Xew Kugland.
month I watched her djlng, pale, rale as any rrae
That drops ita petals ono b one and awettnaaait
My life was darkened when at last her larce eyea
closed In dea'b
And I heard my own'name whispertd sa ahe drew her
Still, atill was the heart of Xew England.
It was a woful funoral die coming Sabbath-day;
We bore her tothebamn hill on which the gwejard
Aud when the narrow grate waBfiuVd, and what we
might faae done,
Of all the stricken group around I was the lu-liett
And drear are the hills of Xew England,
I gazed upon the, etuntcd pines, the bleak XowmUr
And knew that burled deep wtthht-rmy heart hence
forth would be;
And waking in the polemn nights my thoughts itill
To Katie, lying in her grave beneath the wlntir snow ;
And cold are the anowa of Xew England.
Kdmund C, Sttdman in January Atlantic,
Farm and Fireside.
TUB .H.I.Wi'.tCrVKK OV SVIl.tWl.
Wo present to our readers tho pilnclp.i!
manipulation"!' required In tlio manufacture
and nilinlnp of ratio tugar. Xotwitlistand
hij; tliey An not contain all tlio modern im
provements In this lino of business, they
rIvo a elear Idea of tlio different essentia!
operations required j anil in connect on
Willi tliat magnlllcant discovery of optical
science, tlic polarlcopo and Its application
to Hiigar rdlnliiR, under tlio niodllieil form
of tlio iaccliarometcr, e now nivo full
account of this Important branch of Aincii
Wo must remaik at tlio outset that many
ni)?ar refiner nro steadily trylns lo Im
prove their method j one In tho manner of
nitration, another in that of evaporation,
another In the detail of tlio air pump, etc,
No doubt that, notH ithstaiidlnK tlio great
progress leccntly mode, thero is still room
for improvement. As the business Is a
profitable one, every sugar retlnor is able
to spend money lu experimenting, if ho
feels so Inclined. Many of them have ills
coveied valuable iiiipioveinents either In
I he apparatus or in tho manipulation, which,
however, they Jealously guard for them
selrcs. It is for lids reason that In many
Nmjar houses tho customary "Xn Admit
tance" Is strictly enforced.
The tirst operation in making sugar is
the squeezing of tlio cane, to express Hie
Hiiechaiino Juice 1'orinerly mills were
used similar to elder mills j but It was soon
found that lids stylo of machine was tedi
ous ami unproductive, It was supplanted
by a cylinder mill. At Hist placed verti
cal, now horizontal cylinders nro employed,
similar to n tolling mill, between which
tlio cuno Is passed! Iho liquid expressed
Hows below into a tank, while tho dry flbro
is passed on.
Tlio second operation is the clarification
of tho oxpicsseil Juice. Tills consists In tlio
separation of tlio saccliarino Ingredients
from tlio Impurities cither mechanically
mixed or ciso dissolved in thitllquld. With
out tills separation, tho Juice In tropical cli
mate. undergoes, In tlio short spaco of from
twenty minutes to ono hour, noetic fermen
tation. This has to bo prevented, and thoro
foro tlio Julco Is passed by gutters Into Iho
heating pans, These pans liavo tho capa
city of some 400 lo 500 gallons, anil oacli of
them produces a hogshead of sugar per day.
During tho healing, a doso of slaked lime,
called tlio temper, Is added to tho Juleo ;
somotimes an albuminous emulsion is ad
ded. This coagulates tho glutinous mailer
In tho julco i it is thou drawn Into tho do
coloring vats lo settle. When tho cane Is
Brown on calcareous soli, It contains nat
urally llmo enough to clarify without tho
addition of that substance, After Ihls op.
oration, tho danger of aicllo formontatlon
Is pastj but now tho Julco may go Into vi
nous forinonlatlon, and this Ih to bo pro
vented by rapid concentration and crystal,
ligation or granulation. Wo liavo nlso lo
mention tlio bag tillers, through which
tho syrup Is passod In order to re
move coarse Impurities ; and also tlio cen
trifugal bag dryer, or rather wringing ma
chine, which l perfectly similar to thoso
used in largo washing und other establish
ments, and consists simply nf two hollow
perforated cylinders, rotating within two
stationary ones. During their ripld revo
lution, tho wator of the cloth Insldo Is, by
its centrifugal force, driven through Iho
holes, und collects Insldo Iho stationary
cylinders, from which It escapes by an exit
at Iho bottom. Tlio two luvcilcd cones nro
connected by n belt which communicates
the motion of the lower lo the upper, which
drives tlio cylinders, lly slipping the bolt
In the right hand, tho velocity of rotation
Is gtadually Increased j and sonic provision
of Ihls kind Is necessary, ih It Is Impossible
to commtinlu.to suddenly to Iho cylinders
Iho high velocity .cqulrcd lo work success
fully. Noxl comes Iho chlof operations of the
refining ofsugar, as practised In Iho N'oilh
crn sugar houses In our largo rlllcs. I'list
are the so called blowing up coppers, where
the crude plantation sugar Is placed in latge
copper vessels, dissolved In w ater, and then
carefully heated by steam colls, After bo
lug cniefully sklniiued, (ho solution Is
pas-ed through Iho filtering cistern i llieso
mo filled with gianiilaled animal charcoal,
which is n very powerful Ingicdlent for
dlseolnilnjr many kinds of solutions. Tho
clear solution obtained Isthen placed in tlio
vacuum pans. Their Introduction has been
one oftlie gieatcst Improvements lu Iho tut
of sugar reflnln?. This Is Iruo for many
reasons j first, nil economy of fuel, as Iho
evaporation luavacmimrequlrcsmucli less
heat than under tho ordinary almophci!c
pressure i second, tliolmpofslhllityorburn
Ing the sugar at tho bottom of n highly
heated vessel, ns the moderate heat of 'n
slcam coll Inside Iho bottom of Iho recepta
cle Is sulllciciiti thlid, (lie economy of
lime, as tho evaporation goes on much
quicker, notwithstanding tho low tempera
lure, tho air pump umnv lug and conden
sing the v apor as rapidly as founts!, and so
accelerating now ev.iporallon j louilli, tho
must Inipoilant economy llns in the fact
that as licat changes erystilllzible sugar
ni.o uou-ciystaiilz ible material, tho amount
obtained of tlio former I much I irgi r when
using tlio vacuum pan Ihau by tho old
method of evaporation when nioie syrup Is
obtained. As the orystallizablo ugarcoiii
maiidsn much higher price In the market,
it Is gioally in Ihn Interest of Iho sugar re
finer to leduco Iho amount of syrup ob
tained lo a minimum.
At the side of the vacuum in lo ..u,...,
small cylinder with a handle in an ohllquo
uircction, resembling n pump, teaching to
tho bottom of tho nan. ii i it,., .it.,.,.,
wllh which samples of tho solution are
drawn evcrv few mliminv tn ....in., in L,.i..
ject them to inspection In tho sacch.irome-
iv r, so as 10 iinu ii mo tleMTO ofconecntra-
uon required lor successful crystallization
has been obtained.
Kvery ono know that Ihcio nre many
varletloj or sugar in tho maiket, which
vary In nrleo necordiof hi Mm itmrrm
whiteness; there Is ono common varldy !
brown, which Is tho original condition In
Which tllO SOCHI' nnmnu f.-r,.,, U,.t.ni.
lions, without having passed tlio lefiner's
operation. .Many of the sugar.i are objec
tlonablo by reason or the Impurities and
aiilinalculn?, vMhlo with the microscope.
.iiiiiug mo vviuto sugars, tho so cilled
granulated suear. consisting or ..,,.ii
grains, is objectionable, because it is crys
tallized from a weal; solution, contains
much water or crystallization, and has less
sweetening power than the very dry, finely
crounu mat sugar, which is not only Hie
TUlrest. but. nmnm- wtitlo .imn,.a ,.l.n.i...
cheancst lu the end. itanvnelurcr anil
That man is a maniac, a deliberate sui
cide, who drinks tea, eoll'te, orardentsplr
llj of any kind to Induce him to perform a
work In hand, when ho feels loo weak to
go through with It without such aid. Tills
Is tho reason that tho maloiltv of great ora
tors and public favorites die drunkaids.
mo pulpit, tho bench, the bar, tho forum,
have contributed their liglons of victims
lo drunken habits. Tho beautiful woman.
Iho sweet singer, the conveisallonallst. tho
periodical writer, have .llled, hut too often,
a drunkard's grave. Xnw thai the pres
has become such a great power lu the land,
when tho magazine must como nit on a
ceitaln day, and the dally newspapers at n
llxed hour, nothing walls, everything
must give way lo the inexoiablo call for
copy, and,. sick or well, disposed or indis
posed, asleep or nvvake, tho cony must
conic i the writer must compose liisartlcic,
whether he reels like It or not, and IT ho Is
not lu the vein or writing, ho must wl.lp
himself up lo It by tho stlinulous of drink.
Sonic of the greatest writers of tho country
have confessed lo the practice on urgent
occasions, of taking a sip of brandy at tho
end nf every wrilten page or even ollener.
It may have escaped tho general reader's
notice, that moro men havo died young,
who liavo been connected with tho New
York piess, within ten yearn, and that loo
from Intemperance, than in nil the other
educational callings put together; young
men whoso talents have been of tho fust
order, and gave promKo ofa life of useful
ness, honor nud enilm nee.
Tho best possible Ihlng for a man to do,
when ho feels too tired to pcrl'oriii n task
or loo weak to carry II through, is to go to
heil and sleep a w i ck if ho can ; this Is tlio
only true recuperation of brain power;
the only actual lenewal of liraln force; be
cause, dining sleep Iho brain Is In a sense
of rest, in n condition to receive and appro
priate particles of nutriment rrom Iho
blood which take tho place or thoso which
have been consumed in previous labor,
since Iho very act of thinking consumes,
bums up solid particles, as every turn of
tho wheel or screw of tlio splendid steamer
is tlio lesult of consumption by 11 1 o of the
fuel lu the lurnacc. That supply of con
sumed brain substanco can only bo had
from tho nutriment particles In the blood
which vvcro obtained from tho food eaten
previously, and tho brain Is so constituted
that It can best icceivo and appropriate to
Itself those uulilment particles during tho
stato of rest, oT quiet nud oT stillness In
sleep. Mero stimulants supply nothing In
themselves they only goad tho brain, force
It to a greater consumption of Its substance,
until that substanco lias been so fully ex
hausted that theio Is not power enough
left to rocelvu a supply; just ns men aro
so near deatli by tliirsl or starvation, that
Ih-jro Is not power enough left to swallow
anything, and all Is over, Tho Incapacity
or tho brain for 'delving lecuper.itlvo par
ticles sometimes comes on with Iho lapld
lly of. a stioko of lightning, and Iho man
becomes mad In an Instant, in an instant
falls in convulsions, In an Instant loses
sense, und Is an Idiot. It was under cir
cumstances of this very soit, in tho very
nilddlo of a sen enco of great oratorical
power, one of the mot eminent minds of
tho ago forgot Ids Ideas, p-esved his hand
against Ids forehead, and alter a moment's
silence said, "Coil, us with a sponge, has
blotted out my mind." Ho assured rc.ul.
era, 1 liero is rosl lor tlio weary, ' only In
tally and abundant sleep; nud wise and
happy aro they w ho have firmness enough
to losolvo that "lly (bid's holp I will seek
It III no oilier way," lltill'H Journal nf
flT.lt.MTI' Of Tllll Slt.XHS.
It would hardly bo correct to call tho 10
producllveprliieiplo In Nature tho female
prlnclplo ; nndyet when Nature has ndvnnc
cd so far lu Iho plant or tlio animal as In
call forn division Into sexes, It will baldly
bo denied that tho fcm.ilo Is lu morn Inti
mate communion with this leading object
than tho male. Tlio female must iiccchso
rlly ho Iho most favored of Nature At tho
commencement or tlio division tho. femalo
will be first piovlded for; and In the great
slruggln lor lire, all other things being o
qual, Iho chances will bo largoly In her fa
vor. In plants Ihn division into sexes is
not made apparent until the flowering pe
riod nri-lvcs. Homo nro hermaphrodites;
that Is, they havo stamens and plslll.s In
tlio samo llowcrx. Olhcrs aro dioecious, or
havo the male (lowers wholly on one plant,
nnd (lie females on another. Hut It is sel
dom known, prior lo flowering, which Is
the male plant or which Is tint female.
HUH Iho peculiar sxual prlnclplo In somo
oaso, no doubt, pervades Iho whole plant,
and exists long anterior In (lowering ; for
n male or remalo plant once known will
generally always remain so. Cuttings ta
ken from either will be pretty sure lo re
produce Hie same sexual (lowers ngnin,
"hough not nlways ; for tho femalo silver
maple will not ii n frequently put forth
branches with male flowers. .Sllllasngcn
eral tiling, sex Is not determined In plants
until near Hie (lowering tluio; nnd is, ns
lias been svld, never known until Iho (iow
ots havo actually opened. In thoso plants
which bear male und femalo flowers sepa
rate on the stmo plant, It Is then seen (hat
tho male flowers only appear on tho weak
est branches or branchlcts. This Is best il
lustrated by a pine or spruce tree. Tlio
femalo flower Is that which ultimately bo
conies tho pine-cone. Tho mala flowers
gather In small cluster", and tiro those
which piodiico the dust (pollen) in early
spring. The femalo flow ors or cones only
appear at Hie cuds of the healthiest branch
es. As Iho lice grows, ofcunse the
branches now ill (he ends In Hino be
come Iho Interior, nud are then shaded
by Ihoso which go beyond llicni. Shade
nhvay lends to lessen (ho vitality of
a glowing br.tmh; und hero wo see that
blanches once strong nud bearing female
dowels, ns soon ns tints partially weaken
ed by shade bear only male ones. An in
spection of any pine-trco In spring will
ihnw, that though iinlo (lowers aro some
times borno at the ba-.o of the shoots bear
ing femalo flowers, weak shoots never bear
any thing but male ones. This will bo
found tho rasp lu all plants oTa morieclous
character. In tho common ambrosia, or
ragweed, the male flowers are on n sort of
,,r ,,.,L.,.i i,.,ir.,i,..,,i.i,,.,t-i ..,.,.
while Hie females arc situated In Iho best
position for receiving tho highest amount
of nutrition the plant can bestow. Thoso
w ho havo examined tills matter In plants,
seo the truth ortlio position In tho vegeta
ble world, that nature's highest efforts lu
the fntmatiou of Iho sexes are Invailably
In the female line.
Tlio same facts appear lo us mi the ani
mal world. In Iho very first strugglo Willi
llfo Hie males get the worst of It. The vast
majority o all Hie chlldicn who die under
live years of ago nro males. As Iho sexes
approach maturity, Iho lerrlblo strain on
Iho female system begins, and tlio num
bers of males and females again nearly e
qualizc. Tlio amount of niitr'tlon over
and above tiiat required losustaiu life pass
es in the male to brain and muscle, tn
mero physical strength nnd Intelleclual ca
pacity ; but in Hie female, to liumcnso nu
tritive power I'or tho support of another
human being. Man h physically sliouaer
than woman ; that Is, In cases icqulriugau
Immediate concentration of power, iio is
her superior. Hut In ! ilalUy, if by that wo
may understand tlio ability lo endure cir
cumstances tending to destroy life, ho Is
below her. Not only can ho not enduia as
much during the first live years of ids life,
but as nn adult he sinks under pain that
a woman would hardly faint with. Any
of us can look around and seo women with
perhaps half u dozen young children which
slio must look alter, n conllnual series of
routine, monotonous housownrk which sho
mif-l attend to, now roasting at flic oven,
steaming over (ho wash-tub, or freezing at
the clodies-IInc, and continually wllh the
vvoiry or ciylng children ringing lu her
ears ; nnd all tills ror years and years, with
ailing Infants aud sick older children, and
perhaps even n male specimen oT nn older
cist to whom she Is expected to boa "help
mate" besides nil this; altogether Tor
months nnd months glv lug her but three or
four bonis ol'souudMceppernlght. Where
Is the man that could endurolt? A year
of such n life would kill Ihe strongest of us.
We find the samo law of vital enduranco
oulsido of man. Cavalry olllccrs lu tho
lalo war found nut thu wl-dom of selecting
maies for arduous Nervlces ; und wo nil
know what a miserably dull nnlinal tho
unsoNcd ox becomes. Tills branch of our
tuple need not bo further pursued. It has
been shown that naturally tlio reproduct
ive principle should bo endowed with Iho
highest attributes of vitality, and the few
instances cited will show Its bearing In tho
vvoild of facts. Jam? Mt'i'hnn, in OUI ami
tiiii .n.r.u.iiorii t fit itvi
tto.yi:. Tho Kansas (.'lly Times siys several gen
tlemen recently explored n cavo lately dU-
coveieil In South-eastern Missouri. The
entrance Is through 11 volranl" fissure, sev
en feet wide by twenty feet in length,
which at tho distance of a hundred yards
terminates u n room named by Hie explor
ers "The llat Room," from tho thousands
of bats Hial swarmed within its dark and
hidden lecetses; tliey flew about III
swnim, making a terrlblo nolso In
the nrched roor nliove. This room has
threo sides, cacli with an npcrturo opening
Into smaller caverns or shlo rooms. Its
dimensions nro lllty by ono hundred nnd
thirty leet, tho celling being about twenty
feet from the floor. From this room n hall,
four hundred yards In lenglh, leads to a
still larger room In the ehapo ofa liorso
shoo, which tlio exploreis say naturo must
certainly havo Intended forn church, since
(ho roof is nrched In purely Gothic style,
with dome and columns, nnd, lo finish off
und mnke It complete, a pulpit near tho
The walls or lids magnificent cavern nro
ono bundled feet high, bul ono of tho most
rcmaikablo features about It is a fountain
ol'pui o witter four feet In diameter. North
ward or this Is a room sixty feet wide, and
almost tilled with glittering stalactite,
which hang In curiously formed ncndiuts
from Iho i oof. To Iho South of this Is a
outlier room which should bo named the
"bottomless pit," since II apparently lias
noltlier bottom, sides, nor roof, Tho dark
ness within fids place Is appalling. Turn
ing lo Iho llasl (he party walked n dlstanco
of about n quarter of a mile, when Ihcy
eaiuo to a flight of natural steps forty or
lllty In number, terminating lu a wide
platform, tho entrance to u mammoth Imll,
supported by Corinthian pillars of various
thickness and endless in number, till while
ns snow und glistening ns though studded
with millions ol'dluiuonds. This hall I es
timated to lie two hundred feet lu width,
nud communicates wllh u number of pas
sages lending off in various directions,
nono of which have yet been oxploied.
' I'roccoding on their way tho explorers
found a river of itiiiulng water, Issuing no
ono Knows whence, und going, no one
knows where, II is about (illy reel wide
and Ihree reel deep, Tho patly followed lis
courso down stieiun to (he falls, where Iho
water gi oh louring over a precipice Into
tho darkness below.
Kxplorallons on a bike showed (hat Iho
nolso was inndo by n lingo waterfall, vvhero
tho water falls n dlstanco of lirty feel. Tho
lako Is circular In shape, nnd lias no vlsl
bio outlet for walor. It In about ono hun
dred acres In extent. Thero were eight or
ten dark passagos found upon Iho banks of
the lake, loading In all directions, but tho
guide accompanying tho exploring party
lost Ids courago and refused fo go ruithcr.
The paity was then about eight or ten
miles from ihelr starling polnl. They
were In tho cavo Torty-Hireo hours.
'i..v.v.r .i v.titKiiit.
I Judgu that most human beings floalor
drill (hrotigli life. They "aim at nothing
and hit It." They may have desires' or
hopes, or Impulses, at one lime or nnolhcr,
but no definite, coherent, symmetrical
plan, Termed lu early youth, matured with
growing knowledge nnd ripened Judg
ment, nnd tenaciously adhered to, (hiough
favoring or seemingly nilvers foiluiic, to
Vaguo aspiration Is common enough.
Nearly every youth desires nnd Inpesln
time to win fame or fortune often both.
Ncaily every one would bontilrard or As
ter In wealth, a Webster In Intellectual
might, If wishing would make him so.
Hut lliowould-bo Astor has oilier desires
ns well as that which wealth will gratify;
lie covets case, luxury, and divers sensti U
gratifications, as well ns richos ; and Na
turo says lo him decisively! "You may
aehlevo somcliiln?, but nut everything;
choose!" 1 lo does not choose; bul,aplr
lug lo everything, attains nothing. He
falls a victim to his own an.ir.'hy ol pm-
po-e, Just as the fowler who fires abul'ttl
at a llock, but at no particular bird, will '
generally hit no one.
Tho ei ueiost mistake of (v outh is to mu I
led lo acquire a skill aud dexterity In
somo useful ctlllng. Many fin y Hen
selves loo rich (prospectively) to nco I pro-
flelcney In some handicraft; they expect 1
to live on w hat others havo earned before 1
them, not what they shall earn llicino!vo .
Hut naturo sternly vetoes this mlsealeu'n-
lion sends tornadoes, caitliqu.ikes, Chi
cago fires to lufllo It. Wero T an Astor or
a Vandcrbilt, I would have my every child
taught a trade, even though over so confi
dent that he would probably not need it,
If only lo arm for the romnto contingency
of being east away on some Mo previously
unpeopled. I would fortify him against
disaster liy Imbuing ids hands willi skill,
and Ids brain with resources and provis
ions for defying want.
Carlyle says Iho saddoU sight on e irtii Is
a man ablo and willing to do userul work,
yet needing and vainly seeking employ
ment. I realize that this is sail ; but sadder
rar to my apprehension Is tho too funlllar
spoctaclo or men and women steklngwork
lu vain, not because there is no work to bo
done, but liccauso they know not how lo
do it. I'or tho sklll'ul artisan or tiller or
thceattli, who has no work to do today,
may find it In plenty tomorrow; at all
events, ho Is ready lo do it when required,
and does not reei that lie Is essentially a
pauper. Hut for that vast, fnloin multi
tude, who tell us they are "willing to do
anything," but who really know how lo do
uotning that others or themselves stand lu
need of, what hopoean exist? Wiiat alter
nation of seasons, what improvement In
the money market, what melioration of tho
the limes, can rellovo their soro distress?
Especially If thoy will crowd Into cities,
where living Is so dear nnd competition for
employment so superabundant, what can
bo done for them ? I hold induction Into
some calling which Is essential to tlio sat
isfaction of our imperative wants, tho first
need of every human being. Lot tlio
youth ho a poet or a painter, if ho will ; let
his sister become proficient in music or ge
ometry If her tastes so dictate; lint first
let her be taught l:ow (o cock, or sew or
keep a house In order, and let him be.taughl
to grow corn and build plantations, or
make shoes. Not beeauso mental labor is
moro lionorablo than tho other, but because
it can never' bo dispensed witli or go out or
fjsliion bccausoslego or famine, cholera or
conflagration, can never superscdo or sup
plant it, do I insist tnat every child should
ho trained to efficiency in somo Inevitable
trade or handicralt, ns tho most indispens
able part of n truo education. Add us
much Intellectual or literary culture as you
will, but first lu importance, but not nec
essarily in time, bo sure to aim and train
your child for that conflict witli physical
want willed Is tho only unfailing heritage
of all Iho children of Ailam. Horace
What !i:comi:s or Tin: .Sons or Sue
cnssrui. Men, Next to tlio Inquiry, What
becomes of tho pins? an Interesting ques
tion would he, What becomes of tho sous
of successful men? A few men and a few
firms are in tlio hands of tho rounders j but
thee ore exceptions, Tlio old name and
the old Irado generally pass Into Iho
hands of others. "Do you see that man
bhovcllng In coal? Well, his children, and
children like Ills, will jusllj your pamper
ed sons and rule this land," said au old
New Yorker, tlio other day. Tho old names
havo ceased In the pulpit. The lamed men
of tho liar seldom havo a successor. The
eminent jurists cany their honors with
them to the grave. Merchant pilneos aro
obliterated. The reason Is clear. Tho fa
thers laid tho basis or business ono way
and Iho sons build another. Men who
oimed their fortunes by hard work, by
diligence j that knew sixteen hours' loll,
by personal attontlon j that woio their
own book- ecpcrs, salesmen, cashiers nnd
often pnrlcrs, aro foil wed by sons who do
as lltllo as posslhlo j who dclegato to others
all tho work Ihey can, and who know
moro of tho road than of tho ledger. Fa
mous hotel moil wero gcnllemon, men of
Intelligence, men who wero Ihe equals of
tho host III tlio land, and who never sunk
Ihe gentleman In their trade. Young men
who fling tlio example oflliolr siros to Iho
winds, llnd It eay to squander a valuable
name, run through a fortune quicker than
it was earned, and find themselves, wlillo
young, at tho polnl from which tliolr fath
ers started. Ono Ihlng is quite marked lu
Now York. It Is Iho fact that Iho heavy
business Is getting Into the hands or for
eigners. Tho heavy Importers, tho groat
hankers, and much of Iho tradoof valuo Is
slipping out or thu hands or Americans, as
tlio trado of Iiiigland got Into (lie powor of
tho Ijomlurds. Xew York Letter lo llniton
Sr.VTi: l'Aiit. 'l'lio result of tlio eonfer
eneo between tho I'limmllleo appointed by
tlio Culedouhi Airrlcultiunl Society nnd (lie
Vermont Slnto AKlleiilliirul Hoeioty, lu
resulted lu tho location of tlio Stato Kulr lor
tho present year ill SI. Jolniibury, tlio Nee.
ond week lu .Seploniber.
Ammonia ah a Cimik run Snauk Hi its,
Tho xtiitouieiit win leeently published
that in many as S.OOO persons die iimuially
In lirlllsh India nud llurmali, from Iho
effoet!. ol snake biles. Tho Inspcetor of
Polloo lo tlio Helical iJoveruinent nnw ro
poiU that of 1KKI rases, lu which iiliimonln
was fuely nilmliiMcred, 702 victims liavo
reentered, and In thu cured Inalaiiccx, Ihe
remedy was not administered till about :i
hour uflcr llio attack, on the average. In
the fntalisisoH, thu corrcspondinj; duration
of lime nu i bourn.
For Bontity of Polish, Giwlna Labor, Clenn-
iineB8tuurnmiiTy - wnonpness, unoqunieu.
IIMTtltr' Of U'MtltMtSS ISITWIIIXS (.,.
hames, but rr-i'iultlm i - )n mil t tur of wrannrr
Intended to (it'dvr. "
Till- IMMMI Si Hi! Ml It MI.K, for "ti.veiletilrr
at t. ' i m i .in i- i v."it fhn nn I flfttf
jsntimt I Xi . -n .-.,! i lti, .(,,. llnlkl'oiHi fri
llil- ItlMVJ n flumi I IUII. -N Sharpening
4"li"i1 tin! I'd it1 ' - ' r ii "n li tor t'lirtumc.
1 liliMi i i' i tnn.uiH Him. tWaxIe,
heailngi m 1 t I 'i m ttng ai oil
'one. )1-U: i 1 i, 'lr) It.
MOnsn CR'' PropVr,, Onnton, Macs,
"Kury J5oy in America w III vanl lo
THE BOSTON BOY
IIamt!omcly IioiiimI, (l.Raotlr iKiiMrnU tl, ICm
Vrtce l,i, Tho ttory rf Omre Ilutrlifiip, lio
cornea to ttio city, fights; ht iy throliRh tlir triol'la
Hons attending tli life of tho hintiy hoyn who life
obtlpdl to bit t !o ftr thftntirtrtii lrm ciiib to rune
hooJ, and who, hy Ms Inttgri y, lout ty, ami d.t
tlon to lumlnecK, tircvr to W n r ( ti d rikI MBltby.
Tor pale ty all ltontpHIri ana rM.n1cUipf r r pent
y tuatl iKiBtjpald, nn re 'oij't cf frier, 1 y llm tib.li
OrXt A"V7I3J3 ZEXiXjXiGJ,
20 CORNHILL, BOSTON.
USED AND RE.COM
MENDED BY THE MOST
tN NEW ENGLAND FOR I
THE LAST 4& YEARS.
CUTLER BROS, i CO.,
wl&niri hvthn Dri
VlilV UNO J. AND l'AIt.MKll.
1 1'ifll Yrar :.lulll.lii il.
O.NLV 1 5,1 A VI All IN ADVANU' nro offer
Ins tipeciui liiJ.icpiatnt'i for mw milB, libera, is tl,e
i.aiiui: ciNii ini:inm.
BpcrtmcliK ami rlrculirs tit n ro . lr I tf ctuii.t,
for imtup, It. 1'. KATUN k CO.,
onulwM Iloktoli, Mafl,
ri.VIiIj CAM PAWN, 1S7I.
or.ANn opr.NiNn of nt.w i-aix goods,
Xo, 1 ;rmi1t' II loci.
1 would reiKclfnlly civs notice that I am uo-.v re
celling direct from Xew York and Hoftoii Importer
and Manufacture r, large Hues of Tertian aud Po
Dry Goods, Carpets and Millinery,
.it i:.vTiii:iii:i,n.oii i-itii:i:s
rounMttig la jyirt of
ciioier. nitmsii wtcss noons;
M.ACK AND FA NOV SILKS!
IiilSlI AND LYONS rOPLINS:
Empress Oloth?, Saxony tlaids, and
Together Uli a large assortment of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
SHAWLS, I'LUSHIM, VLLVIH'S, AND
VI'.LVCTEUNS, I1I.ANKCTS, IIOlTSr. rUKNISII
INfl LINENS, AND COTTON OOODS.
i.a:ii:v itmiuii ri,.v.vi:i.s;
nosiiiitv am) (ii.ovr.si
(frmltraclng tbc best Tarts KI.l litotes in the market.)
Dltl'.s.STDIMMINOS, III1II10NS, IiLAL
VND IMITATION TIIMtAP, OUII UI'.K AND
VALF.NCIF.NNLS LACK, COLLAHS,
KLEEVK8, HAlICLIta KDfl.
tiiicimu s ioiti: autici,i:s.
Fresh Oootts rerthrit ciery wetk during tbc Trade
CtfMy Molto u lit t.e as heretofore,
tSyl.urirs' N.ll ". Nniull mills, uitil Out.
I'rJtt to sill,
O. J. PRATT.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
STOVKS, FUUiYAUKS, HAMHS,
tin, corrKii, nn Irs, zinc,
Holbrook's Patont Swivol Plows,
I'or Lovcl Loud and Bide mil,
il N V bills Trial,
Bod It, Stubble
Corn hlifllers, t'umilnir Willis, C'limiis,
All Kinds of Jllfl MtlltK lon llioioualil).
A OKNTS WAXTK1) KVKUYWIlKItK,
iVtomn for our l OI'ULAH WOHKH, urUUy
nail, d to BM.KH THHUUdll A01:N1S,
I'l.ilN HOMK TALK. A work tUt ihouM lu in
riry family in tboUnil. IV mo, 912 Rrf, itofuftly
illu it rated. Vrluc, vltciiDtly louud, JJ.'JS.
HIE LOST CITY, or ( lilfitfu ii It muml U. A
look brim full of tlirilllutftnttnit aul ctarlliiiR lurU
ileuin; profuatly uiutrtt(1. OrJfm mint In tlio ur
kr receieil. Trlre, 'legantly buiinJ, fl.tO.
n IS' YM'M M A.N HIS OH I.VUKKtnJ
I' lilted htfttr Turin Hook, A ru)Uto liusiucn
Mn' Guide for every Mate lu iho Unlou, I'.'iuo,
Un.l.S' II.M'KI It iTI 1 NATION U. II tNI ItOOK.
A 1ook for ecrbody. Trier, elegantly Umud, fl.BO.
All tlio ilmro nre woiki tbit mwt with raId ml".
Our Kd.Uredolutf extraordinry cll with ttirm.
Full JMcripthoi'tiundeutlalrlrcuUri, ifnt on anil
rsllou, ami aatuiIe coiU-i cf ilttur of tho woiki mut
uohl l aid 011 rmlpt if price.
p aut cood Ihe A nt ; men lio fully an n
clate the infill ( f (lie work, and tlir fait tliut It innta
a uuiviraal uaut. Aenta wliu dmlio tu do good iu
well aa make incur,
AJdriMi IVklluA Co.,
3ml linviii Flrrt, Wf w York.
GREAT ( MINI Mi OUT SAIili OF
Iiiavi: iiKrini.ii To MAf.f. A rtfANor. l. my
. (itislniss, aii iitnnlertn ri-flnre mr stik as rnntti
as pnmlll,. Ill HUM III M tM M.
It Y, I atiall rl',e out alt m rt rk i r 1)1:1. bH (10011H
nl imj ht prl'tl
I liar a u stick, (nu.itiuit . t
iii:i:hh (.kiii, kii iivm, i miau.
IXUH, f.l.X liTKKMl, :-,. 1 1..
iMc.tH, iiiiii.i.i i.xi:i:n, m,.t'i
nii.hu, iii,.t.M i:t, i i, t..M:i.M, an,t
AIsn a if tj (.f
J.iAJ)! MS' UN'DKHWKAli.
HlHial larijalns in
Hosiery, Gloves, Hilkfs., Corsets, Linen
Collars and Cuffs, and Small Wares.
Many of these Koeiils tIU lJt seM at leas Ran rost
ml I villi rnaki- II) ,or lent, illsrsiinit nu all
easti Tiimill, c 4l atu njmnt,;,,
Hale jour money 1 i,nrliBslnc j ur C-n il , 1
.n.virf sriuMiT, oi'i'osrri: iikmi.
r :TT;:TTi . . - 'SZTT
Tiller Itt'V - f ONTIIN THG
IIKAUTHTL VOX Hl'SiANA tm:moi.o
Wonderful Vox Jubiianto,
lritmF(ETs prru.Tr. to ami ortniva. with Tri
i Iar tarietj tf Beaatiful aiajitrJ U all rnhf mf nt i a:J
t33" Every Instrument fully Warranted.
.Il;' cannot iuiv it :
ron ric.iit is i mm i sk : :
I! ut the Diamond NjifrUrlM villi I'mrnr 11,
If jou valuo yuir tjf-.tst nn thi-e 1 1 M'l CI
LUNstS.gruuud fn.iu MiM'TL Ccitrt. liui.Ltf,
Mfltcd toucthrr. aud ill rht'lbi ir van,p "Dim., n.r .m
accouut ot thi Jr Hardness and Brilliancy. 1 ht y w ill laut
many jrai without ihanur, and are varrantuUin rl
it to all other, mamifui tun d by J. 1 Ml NC J.l; A:
CO., N, Y. Cai tio, Num n-i nin- unlifn Man p d
with our tMdc mark. THOMl'i-ON L UAXOU'., Jtw
ilpraandOritfciaLH, an- Sol.- Apnt for Urattklmrn,
Vt,,lrom Hhum tlir ian utilv 1m i.l.lii.mil. n i'n,i.
rows mam. itnou - roisn.
usic itoxi:s :
Not only tuotluklinr. aPft-tontd Hi tie lliuic Iiox-
c, but Ur(jer aud lartft-r ontf, up tn imtrtu.? Instru
ment that produce voumU aa powerful an thoti of a
Planaforte, and fill a huuienltli mehtdv. Call soon at
31 COURT STItLXT and tdect ono trrm Ihn largf
bioim, bu iu4. ii iuy
or rln tlio New Year lu, In the can of yi ur di litLtfd
VIOLINf . OUITAItS. FI.UTLK. ltM) lNSTItU-
MKN'IH, and & full nwortmeut of nllirr lutnunentn.
MCSIO and MUSICAL MI ltCHAjN Wsn, hImi for nale
at tho store of
J. C. IIAYNES & CO.,
'33 Court Street.
LOpToBite tho Court IIouhu 1
Q UAXI) UXCLMtSIOX
VIA CHLAT HOi.HAC '1CNN1 L L1NU.
On and BfUr July 1. lr.71. tklnta wtll IrluiT.t to
Ilnnaac Tunnel, N'oith Adamf. Troj, Album, Saiatcpa
Springs, and Niagara lulU.at rciluti d tattV.
Alao rumd trip tkli to. cot d fcr thlit- daw. atd
can bt mm d i itliir hu, uri'inlleld to (1 reel lit id U
noitfac 'iiinnti, rn3,carair(:ii, Moruia i piif, Aiiatij,
lludtn Itiv-r !ai and Nfuht StmiutrF. Niw York
and Nc ort.
llif ainno tH'fci'tB rn r mu- ut till tt.i i rluciral
Uailroad tit k 1 1 1ccp in it! ii luit j .
ratitfri'itn lraIrc Hni i.f iKl t r tl t n-rri ii v tuin
anlve at Haratima at 0:35 i m. : l'ai- $4.73. Alo
lunKeclosp omttttl' no at irrj iUi Y. Central Hi.
I rea f--r KufTa.oi.iid Nincnrdralli at 4:5Hp. sr. Fart'
Kxprt'Kflirain ami urawini- ro m cart M rtn Ad.inm
I'or rnuntrr rrai'im. and fur nil tln. haihiir no
time to read in on tlmn our dttil) iairr, iirirtli(di,i
ii Uli to sec tltt drift of opinion on all current topic,
tic ran ronri-itc ot nniiiiiiir mort' ronwniriii, l,
A IIiisvmi; or (YimiiM' Opinion,
IIomt. ani rJi:maN
Till: Wr.KK tUlH a place nnnocupird lu tin rtn lu
Anitrlcan Jomnalitun, thunp,h Its Impoi litre hanlinfl
brii boon tUrnnnut rated In Kngland. Trora cfk to
v.eelt it prfficnta the rrcam of h me aud frnljJit jour-
uallini, and Ratheri fnm the leadlnK i cia cf Amer
ica and r.nuland, and of all aectiottt Mid lartlei-, the
most important uttrnrei ou tmnnt (jt.ii.ti tf tr
PoUtlcn, Kockty, lUlltion, Literalure, Kiltuce, Art,
Mimic, tho Urania, and all other ti-plf" Ilk rly to Intr r
rt tlio reader. In addition to the iJimer articlec,
which thcmiclviicr.er fvtry tarkt of auU. lre
U LiTtmtiv Ooaair, Scifsce and Aut fkfU', M cm
pal and pnAMATio tioair, aud flENk-iui. N'otw and
Ncwa, ghing tho frfshrft and niokt t-cjloua intelli.
ecncp lu all thcte di partm-iitc In no othc r pajn r can
he fnui d to large and no aiku an amount of f'jatrue
tlo and tntirtalniiiK rtadlnp m-i'ter.
The flmt ur.uUcrof lilt WiTK va lutlikhtd on
December 5dtf luit 3 1 or, ard In llie slrtt ipaceof
ttt 0 wciilh haa achi'- ( d a moat diti led and llatterluc
Biieeran No pr ha pur leciiwd moro cordial
ord fr ni the pns 1 ml tho crillen, and it 1 thagen
tral teatlmony that Till. W tlK Lm im t an importaut
and fltll-d-fiued waut In the Journalism of Amerlva.
lit-ml lint Hit' IM
Tin: vi:i:k lithe tnhiof h ucwiapet vihuuinu
fair to 1111 nudd In Yol It JonrimlUin. It la mill d
vMU u ulontUm of tho iu re tiotlct able artlcleH t f the
urloun daily pai'.ra not edi'-otUl merely, but tx
trattn alio front ues aud t-omrpoudeco- 'iliui at a
bianco the Luy nan who ho lad no lei u re to rt t
more than on", If any, dull) paptrdurluK tho wtik,
j;eta Iho cream nf tho entire iuwpaper Ittcrature
not tho welrtjHilltan f nl, lut t f olbir cJtirn, and to
aomo viti nl of foreign cst'UaU alao. Vsooktyn V.aylt.
Till. Wl'XK la a utw paper whlvh i m rU to take a
pennantnt place In Atneiicen jcurnalWm. Pofird
f it tho reader will nnd that ho ran dipriio ulth
m out other Jotirualx and at 111 ktip atnat tf the niot
cnlldhtemd curnut ciinh 11 nt IMitUi", fcodtty, Ik
liKton, Art. Jiluile, and the Drunin, and the hie.
1WV. Wl'.i:K U the till of a new pap-?r whoe Idea
uoliVe. Ihe atltflUmn are wtll nude, andveluH'
'I UK l will llud abuudaut J atn nac lmttjunl
tt. tn tucct flight not tu Uia tnatk r of tUmlt,CH
ctitjQ Jour a it,
I'. O, Ilux lavt, eu Urk.
rOH BAI.K 1IY ALT. NK HIUIAIJ'IIP,
ti tiiii in i: t tu hie
ESTEY CQTTAES OEMS,
l,lIt A (I II
I rTiUA 1 J.l'l.At'lICl iHLc trcatixfntof
I u.bciafb of tb LU)i--4.unl liiviim liArnol lv on.l nr.
lfiicti(t- that uiiiid'lkH of thin kind could i.t be
riatluil Ly M dlcim s laktn luto the rtnjnmli, JU, A,
J. 1 1(itt H utttntiou wan ralh d to tb u Laidcratlou
nf tijp iiniioitain. tt wimo menus ol ajiiihtag rticc
i.ndirut! tutticrtatbf tin-m?cai,p tutu, aliL.aUd
or cuicd. Alter iiiuili study aud a loiit; mica of tx
I'trlim uts, ho hac emcu-diil lu i mdutiug a new aril
tloiu thu luii llt of nmcfiii-n, v,Lkh illt-ure almoit
eviry furnn'i dletaurt tin tluotl, throat ond Iuiibb.
C'atirrlj, AatLins, iirvi.chlti", at d Cot mini tl-,u kid
tc it imro riadily nud i.aturally than tu anyutlitr
kmrnii itmcd. 'ihis niMlkmu jjik-h din-ctly to the
Imitmliato iiit ol the dine an-, aud Iih trrncllclul c fT eta
arc at vtrc ruaitlfu Ud.
I i.Titt;M,rtt ti.ti,.ii.
Wan firat prepared with a U-w to tho curt-of C'a
i tarrli and klndml dlc.-jrt.H i r the Ihrimt and Luii(.a ;
b.it it Ijus tU.vt Ij i u iHcd tf r ulrimtt all dUt-at. s t-f
I tti 1 1 d, ltu niicn-i-a Ir tcyotidany exiuitntlun of
Idf diw it-r.r. Jltabn-ulhcu illltttly lull) the liinKf,
and tUMttli thm Is cariitd Into the hloott, dn. 10
'iux thu tmimrp matter, and i-xi vUih It through
tn tiri'riil tm kln. Uh irtitf .in-ulu.iift imtiH-ll-t.
lj p rcciitiblo, and but tew aHilii-'atlimP areh.M...
I nar tn accumi.llsli a coaipltl- cure, iii curable cam h
'Ihli It thf ntily rinndy klmu n that can nrrtt In
i licit hw i.n tbf Inuj-i-, i-r rr-it.-rc the tuncllona ..f
tl'uM i ifjaiiH tntlalr ktalthy totditifii. ItcaaLead
MiiiMiT l to ih" tuii li llf.df am! f 1 11 w it ti i rii i
niUiy oiulccitulii rt 11c f.
rri:.s vim -.-. r,s.
1)1!. KI.AfKl lias runny corr.muticfttiiii.a thowInK the
WuiHkrtul curm v,t.kuha tm n t iTtttcd li hii In
ititi.su ltMt. He Hat lint rty o rtfir la lew tf h a
liil ni-dUli' uplRblKirn an. I toUPrnntti Clartmont, N.
11 ; tiro. H. Atlh.tt, lr. V. C. llkliifoi), Hiih U.
Wikir. and othim, wh-t haw tarh utun t- rt.tirati n
(t fitial iilur-1' thf fi-llfWiug :
CtiitrniiNT, N. It , Ik'C. 22, lfl'o.
Iliihicbot u for foiin- thiifalHUttd with atn In tLc
cV-t und Hct.f ,.1 diUlit ol thi? ijtfmf annilLR
C ui-iimr tiu CMiil tniud, trleili, dotiltUhx, Inifltii
Irnpur. -.tutp nt thf hi. oil, ttuv hottlo it ln, FtAGti'M
IsillttMi 11 t II j(ae me almrnt lliiintdlfttr nllff, and
I K.ink ha! iff tte.1 - n rmitiint curi'.
K. It. COTTdX.
Kind for Circular and Iktrrli lien i f thia wm!fllul
per ISuttlf. 1'iicr- of LAionjr"Hl
IIAt.ru, widen la ri-coiimictidid in ning I'laoc'h l
iHUWt intM, atiJ In iii'llri.n.1,1.', ?i,
I'-lor aah hy nil r iiM-ctable l)run((iiilii, t r can Li
pro-tiii.! tT thf lnvnt.rnnd Manufactuier.
A. ,1. I-I.AGO, M, ).,
INVENTOIt Ol' INHALING II A LSI,
claukmont, ni:v UAMisirn:i:.
Tr Hair bj I. Thc-rn & Co,, flart K i.lard,
AMEHICIN .ANI rORF.lON IUTLNTS.
hOLicrron or iatinth i ok
1N I.NTIONS. TlsADL MAllKS.
J OK DEHIUNS,
No. TC Stato St ret t, t n otite Kill Strtt t, l! n'cv,
A I TLH au txtt nthv 1 ractk-e t f t aid tt tLirtj
jearf, ct,tiLU(f to muie 1 n't tin iu thi t lit to
hutca j aim in tire ut JJiitaiu, I rantV atdotl.t r ft n if. it
countries, taunt, ttitihtk l.r, Attifi n 1 tt, tit
a'l 1 apt r for 1 ati 1 i ututid i n ri tn 1 tl U tt in ,
with di'tatch, lUnartfcfK iLode to dfttiir-fne tLi
alkhty aud utility tf J ati ttt 1 1 Ir.u ttln ti d li (.il
and othirufUit-f rt nd rul in all lnuttf re ttnchii p Kit
1 a me, Copfe or the rlaiuiKtf nj ittmt lumkLid
bj remitting iw dlljr. Aff l(;i n.tLt rtcorthd lu
Ao Avtnry tn thf Unit til itattn p6tt u trior
farttitit Jor olitinnih'j I'attttt, or aitctrtniiiiny thf
pat nta' mty of ant utimit.
AU iitcetaitj'of n Jonrrey to Wofhiuptcn to prtcttre
a Iutiiit, and the uinal gnat dday thi re, are trio
'I reKard Mr. I'.dJj as fne rf the mcit ca, nl If nud
utctm-ful praetltionirn with nl.ria I Lau? had lUcltl
interconiBe. CIIAl:i.rs MASON, ComitirtK lit r cf
'l lm t mm Wi-s-llittiVtt In unnrlrir Iniriilnm 1 1 ( hejt
cannot mj loj a n.au rnarr totuitttut and titnttioi
thy, aud umre carable rf 1 1 tlit p tLc lr nt lactic tf lu
a frm to nctrt- for tht m au tail) ltd fau ral le rru
nlderatlou nt the Iatu.t (UI.ce. IIiMCND H KM'.,
late Commin'imifr tf latetlF,"
"Mr. K. II. I'dht has nade-fcrmeour TIIILl Y u -pllcatit
nn fori ah tit, haUuRttcunurc( Ffiilin aim tt
eu-ry capo. Such unmitl.able 1 rrtf cf rrrot tab it
and at11il cu bin art, lradu mo to nci intt td Ati
inentorf to apt ly to hlui to jioture thi tr attntr, a
the ma I c miro if hating the uiotl faithful at tfiith 11
hi'fctoMd mi lhiir vune, end at u-ty rue calk
c h.i r vvt .1011 N TAG (1 A I iT. ' '
IJ.tou, Jan. 1, 187'1lyl
OK. T(. O. HAHKEH
Of 13tl!oa Vail, M., U1 tae rotn. at tbe Itecr'
THi: RECONI) KDNCtNlUY IN EACH MONTH
rOUCONSUI.TATION IN ItKLATION TO
Bono Setthig,-Scrofula Diseases,
Sores. Careers, General
Dn. IHiikeu for tight ycara wad In 1 racthe ith tbt
Celebrated Hone Sftttr, hut free n ur.d I hjelcUn, C1IAS,
SWLLT, M. tf Lihuuon, Ctnn., aud fur tho Lit
year kma Wtu ter tucctflut iu Lltiprcttnt loculit-y,
Braccb for bpital ItlMani", CrotVtd l'ctt, lc, are
ipecidlly atteudtd to,
Vr, Ilarker'a Sere f uU hir11!! CourIi rrcparatkt
strengthening Iktttr. Sahi aud Llninicntu winiji
IIV th ireatinetit, tfSO
,WI()U VAM TO 1IIF. AITMCl h l.
A. J j It. DOW contluum to ho cnuiultid athitoth
.ws 1 x Undlcott strut, Postun, ou alt di(au u Lt .
l'i:lA'il. OH DLLlCATi: NAUIIIL. U a Jotfr
iiuurtt ot stiutj and praiticaltxptritnu of uuliuiitu.
intent, Dr. I), ha now the gratirtatlou tf prctuntut
the uiit rl uii ate villi ren edit t that Lae teur, clntt
he nrt introdiicidlhcm, failed to cure themot nlarit
lny rakek of OONUltliHO.V AND SP1IIL1H 11c
ueuth bis tn at mi lit all the Lorrort-1 f utr real und in -pure
I'luuil, ItupLtitc), Scrofula, Ocuorrtxi a, I loert,
l.itn und dl itr 1 fa lu the regions of prnertatli u In.
iUinmatioi of the Lliddcr aud Khlneja, Il)dr ci le,
AliccfsKi, 1 tumor f, ftightful Swi lliip, i.nd thi JMg
train of horrit W aji.iitoina atttudfug thUiUti f dn--eae,
are made to become aa harink n aa thpimph't
jtliiii! ol a thihl Sl..MlNALi:AKNKNS.-lr D.
djutr a great art of hia time to tbc treatment f
those caata caused by a iccrtt and Kolitiry habit,
which rulna tho lrd and miud, uutlttlng the unfer
tutiate ludludual for biifclnef t,rFocitt). Some f
tho had and nit lam hoi tfletta produced bv earl)
liabita of jonih, are ueaknti t f Iho Itack and I.linla,
Dlainest. of the Head, llirnea nf Sight, Palpitation cf
the Heart, I )) upt-p1'... Neri'iimef , Pi raugt ment er
tbe ilifietie fuuetiona, Sjwptotni, &e. Tbe fearful
effecta on th" mind aro irueh t li dreaded ; loan f
1 lenmrv, confifi' n of ldeati, depre slon of plriti. eil
forelodlng', auTilon of society, nlfdietrut, tlmlJil)
Ac., are amonii the evil produced. Such per, tie
ahoiild, before conteni iatioc matrlmonj, cnniult a
plijuleiau of experii nee, and bo at oncereatond to
health and hippirc"
Patient" who vUh to rrmalu nndtr Dr. powVtrcat
tnent a few daja or witli', will bo furnifled with
plrntaut room, and rhargta for It ard moderate,
Medleluea ntct to all) art of the country, with full
dirtctioua fir urc, 011 recching dew ill tirn of jour
cawea. Dr. Dow ban aUo for sale tho l'rcnc h Capntt( a,
warranted the bet preinitjie. Older by mall. Three
(or ( ! ithI a r d f tamp
HICIfl.l IMl'OUT.l.V'l TOl'K.M.U.HS
iu O-licute lleulttt. Dr. Dow, phjiiclau and
.smttou, No I nil l.udicolt Strrit, IkMou, U couault
ed uallj for Utaiuatn iucidtut to the fiu-ale atvnt.
Proljpun I let I, 01 falkutf ot the Womb, Hnor Albua,
rtupprtviion, and otber int tlri.al derautyemtttf, ait
all treated upon uew lathrloglral principle, and
apud) nlitl ituarautotd in a ft titty. Su invariably
m-rtaiit i thf new utudctf tieatnteiit, that moatobitti-nati-
oonipUtntf ; it-lit uuder It, ami the altlicti d prrou
noon rejotcca in pi rfoct hualtu.
Dr. Dou has no doubt had grtaUreiirrittcctu the
cnr of diienaia of womtu and children, than any olh
tr pb)h'iaii in Ho ton.
Hoarding t.tcumtnodaliiia t r patkuta ho mi)
Mi 1 1 tta) lu Jlofton a ft vt daja uuder Ida trwitment.
Dr Dow, alutolHO, baviugcouCurd hla wholeatun
tkm loan otlhe pratt.ei, for tho cure of pritato dla
eaieaaud fi uiab i'tnj laiuiacknowkdf uoauierii r
iu the I'nl't'd HtaU-a.
N H All kttira miut contain rour red atamja, i r
they will not bo anaucrcd. Olllco bourafn m t A. M.
toy P, M.
CKUT U (l HI-: l.N AI.I. CASKS, (ill
uu chargea mado. Dr. Do I coniultid dall)
from MA. M to ti 1. M. aa auou?, npfii all dlthcult or
eh run it? dinsaaea of eur name nui ialurc, hating by
hi unnearh d atteuth 11 and ektiatdiutry aucten
gsiiut d a rtputatloii whkh talU jtllout fr.111 all parti
of the couutry to ot talu adih-c.
Among tho ph)vl'liui iu Hon ton, uoueatand lilithtr
In the prof eaalon than tho Celebrated Dr. 1 No. 7
Hudlcolt Ktrrot, Hoatou. 1 bote vlo need theaertlco
of au experienced phylciau aud aurpicuahould ghe
him a call.
p, s Dr Dow Importi aud baa for aile a new aril
clo called tbc French acctrt Order bj mail Two for
f I andareditanip.; apr2,IRTI 11P
Nuith nrltuh atift Mtrcitititp rirr In!iranco
Tin iranklitidf I'hllad. Ijiiii,. . , n u
" t rntlrjental, Npw VoiJt, . u
" hinl " m ii
" I.romli)anf rtniinjUauia' " i
' Natlnmil rf ItoMon, " u
f'',.,1," HtAln Ct "rct,"'T. Iiih it Chtftgn
,VJ thr ,tljfn(' rtr "W fhmpttntcs
ttml tfir latttit rcjxntx r;it r thrir titt9 rtftrr
Pj,)i( (n.sri vt Cfiicttta, at jSO.SsoliO,
I am a I no Ornrral Agr ot for
Of Ihe rnllnl fslatri of Amrrlra.
Chartind by Spt-rlal Art nf CocprfMln lftf.8,
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nothing nhatvTer that thaM latum or Single, cf It.ier
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explained, an I manr matters tf tho mwt important and
Interesting character aro Introduced to which no alluMon
cten can bo founl In any other workj la our language.
AU the Nrw I Md'-orEnirs of the nutlior, who experipncn
U aueh ainrobahly neti-r before fell to the lot of any mm,
nreglren in full, i-pcaHy tho Mulng tu ppr-aorr-hea,
Iii.;K.Ur.cy, 8u rlllty rr Hirn-un-is. No jeron
phoull l-o without the TaluahU loW. The pn-s
tliroiizhout lh Ctrtii.try, the clcrpy, and Uie medli al fn ilty
pencrally highly xio Uiw extraordinary andUieful w tLj.
The most fatldimii may rta I th' m.
hither Iwf-lt cent hy mini, postpaid, on recclptofi rl-e.
N. it. Iheauthorof the abmc-iinmed medical works h
theChUfCn-uItlnt-rh)!' ian. t the I'LAliupV.MLIUCAL
INTITLTK, In high Bti.inhn-' In tho Medical Iitculty if
thii country, who ha succeisnilly trentI thousands tlw
human family nfllictcd ith tho nnlidiei treate.1 upon in
thee luiok, and gives his wln.Io ailentiuii t)his pitifuts
uul to th'w whmay call upnhimf)r Riltlo. TIiu praoii
s-crtt of lih fUo'i'M is hl-i i.ait knottledg- f the cauiea of
those admenti and hi ciK.-edily nmoiloff them from tho
Dr. W, IL lMRKLK, McmU-r of the Itoyal d Hog if
Surgenns, Lontlmi, 1 tt Modiciil Inspector (Icneral, V j. A.,
llunorary Munbirof Hit Amerlc.ui Metkeal faculty, and
AsJisumt I'll)" the Institute, may also ! conaulietl
ou all dls asu r'-qi Irln skill and experience, to wlir-m all
cinvipiinlenei' sh u'd addressed, or to the TtABODV
MhUICAL IN'STITLTE, No. 4 ltnlftnch frt , Ikstun, Mais.
IsVJCtAELC 5E i.j. J AS3 vtETAIX HELH
This la au ago of inquiry act pooj'Io nro
beginning to realize tbc magmtuJo cf t o
t'vil caueetl by the uso of injurious conipounu
ror the hair, which are prepare-1 nr.tl forcetl
Into market, by men who nio not prattirtl
Miysicians, an-1 homar not be aware of the
injury they arc producing. Ihese prepara
tions bare been analyzed by competent chtm
Uts, and shown to contain poisonous uub
ctances, causing Nervousness, JlcaJachp, Tar
tilysis, and often fatnl result?.
In contrast v.lth tueh injurious articles, we
nll attention to the Hair Ilestorer prep .ret!
by Pr, H. Greene, Supciintcnclent of ihv Hus
sion Medical ln-titute, who haa been a suo-
Jessful physicuta in Jloilon for more th m a
Quarter of a century. Dr. Greene u-.es eg
Mtiblc Itemed h s only, and can a-ure tlio ub
lic that this Hair Ilestorer v.-.H do all th..t is
claimed for It, wilhout apostibility of injury
' I Have tcatal a sttirtj-U of Dr. (7re'i-'s Hair
Hcstorer, ami Jind thct no poisonous tu !t cr
injurious matUrs ezist in tt.
C. 1 JACKSOX, Mutt Awyer."
Tho use of this Hair lU-tdorer for tvrenty
fie years has tc-ted its upetiorlty a3 a dress
ing, and its power to pieservc the l.r.Ir ami
ecaip in a healthy condition. It remotes
dandruff, prevents tho hail from falli: off,
preserves ita natural cokr, mtorea it when
prematurely gray, render it coit nnd glo y
promotes its healthy growth, and is the lo-t
dressing ever discovered. While other pit;
aratlon nro fold ct almost any pni". i-'r
Crecne's Hair Ilestorer h.is sustained its good
qualities its price, and its reputation. 1' is
prepared by Dr. It. Ont-no ut the Med..-.. In
htitutc, o I Temple Tlaee, ltoston, nnd 1 1 at
?1 pr bot'lr, or tlx for $o, cr tti.i by ex
f re-s to any p-irt tf the country. 1'iuupMet
n nt free Ad ires' lr. U. Orttue, oi Tem
ple I'l ,c , IJoston, M
No. 34 Tcmplo Place,
n. n. buss I'll, lwt.
W. R.HLIlUn, Fe.rV.
Jl.0KKL.NK, M. I).,
Omc. Iltinrs, D In '2.
Tlio ol jcci In c-iuUishlng lliii I list it m i , n
was lo attain tho greatest pcrfiction In Ibo
preparation, practico und uso of Ycgotublo
V.emeilics, utnl to Becuro a jierniancnt placo
whero Faniillcn, InvaliJs, or any person c uM
obtain tho best medical adice, and such rem
edies as eaeh might require, nilboul tho uso
of poisonous drugs.
Dr. tirecno has been Physician of the ln'-ti-tuto
ineo its foundation, now more than
twenty-fno years. Few men havo had so
largo experienco in tho treatment of cbrouio
disease', l'r. Orceno is in his fifly-liflh year
and lias devoted his life lo this branch ot liN
profession, and his success, e believe is lib
Among Iho diseases lo which he gives is
pecial attention may bo noticed Cancer, , rof
ula, Cuiarrh, llroiicliitis, Consumption, II rait
llisease. Neuralgia, Asthma, NcrvouMi ss,
liheumatiMii, raralysis, p pinr.1 I)i. cares, Dys
pepsia, l.icr Complaint, i'emiilo Complaints,
l'ainl filouueh, Erysipelas, While Sutlling,
.dt lilii'inn, Cankeri Deafness, Kidney Dis
eases, ru-miual AVeakne.s, e.
Dr. (Ireeno's Medical DampliUt, descrip
tive of discasesand theirprcpertreatmeut, will
bo sent freo to invalids.
Address, lt. QKKKNK, JI. D
81 Temple Place, lloston., Mass.
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