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Atigrv words! 0 lei them novor
From Ilio tongue unbridled -lip;
May tin- In-ari's bost impulse ?vei"
Olieok ila in. Cor tli'} -. il ila- lip.
bove is uuieli loo ptit e and holy ;
It leitdsliip i- ioo saCfbd far,
l?'or a inoiileUl's ita-!.li - fdily
Thus to desolate and mar.
Angry words are lightly spoken;
Mitel osi thoughts are rashly stinted ;
J!: l?littist link< of 1 i 1*45 are hfokCh
.Ily a single angry w or'd;
lxbl SI UY.
She soeketh wobi. and ihix, and wmketii
willimdy w l'i Ii her liiiiids.
Sh? i> 1 ilo - tli> - itti ri bant-' -hif'S : siiti hfin
eth her loe-d hotil aiaf.?lmovi.iais w.i.
Kyiiio^Oiio?liigli and low, rich itiid
poor, who dosil|es ib. live usofidh t dvi rd
man, and faithfully lowa'fd l? i. musi
bo il worker. It is a Very gn at mistake
into* which the poorer classes sohiciihii -
Talk when they suppose that people 01
rank ami wealth liye lives t-:' indoli-m-e.
The ivyOrds of the \er\ l'irsi tamilici: n
fttte that notion,
Women are hi t oxi nipt from thipedii
ditioil of woi k. A !.. I it i- well i |jf\. are
not| l'or nothing is so inisi fatile for mind
or body, for health or temper, its indo
lence. Idle people arc always fretful,
res?lossj and unhappy. Thojt are. in a
world where all is activity. The \ei\
'winds ami waves h prove Hudr indolence;
Idlers iliss|ittlstled with themselves, are
dissatisfied with till around them. So.
?ny dear readers, yea Whose lot is east
among (hose w hose special inheritance is
toil, be hot (liseouriigeiil oh that tie
count ; there is a blessing rests both o/<
your toil and in it.
The Scripture lolls its of ii liiii? wlibli
Women id* the highest rank had to obtain
wool ami manufaetare the cloth : or lla\.
and spin and weave I he lilieli, l-'i-r hun
dred- of years the entire clothing Of the
'Vliole family depended oil the in h;-tt\
?f the women. Jo our own country, hi
early tiie.es. the lleece used lo be brought
llOinC, illlil il was..fieli in large hOUsC
holds carded, spini, dyed, woven, and
made into garments under the superin
tendence of the lady, w ho presided over
the liotlSCi So genei'tit were the disi It il
and spinning-wheel in sacred times, such
as those described in ihe Words Wo has.
Quoted ; and in the early hi-lory of our
own ami other count rie-;, that women ob
tained a name iVbin this their Ordinar*,
i uipl?yniciil, and were call. .1 spinster-.'
In pioce-.s of time this i-aine to he the
design;,lion of unmarried Women only?
and the married were called ' MousC-j
Nvives.' Not, perhaps, that they spun
much less, hut thai they had to manage
all the home all'aii'S of the hOll-e.
Do my readers indico thai word liyh
inyly?" 0h, how much diiiefencc it
inalv'es whether the work that liiust 1 e
done is done * fillihi//(v." 1 know two
young married women, both aie indiis
trioiis, hut th. re i ; a great dhl'erem-e in
their spirit. Tho lirst?1 will call la r
Mrs' Moan?lolls vm wiih it s?gli? " 1
never thought when 1 married thai ihoro
would be half the cai o- and troubles 1
d How so? Your husband seems so
1 or and kind."
Oh. dear, yes. he is t hut hi- wn t -
arc small, and Lin obliged t" - lave and
save, and il sometimes trios ami WCui'ii's
mo past bearing, t<> make both ends
And this murmuring and grieb h?g w as
uttered to the husband, who bore it all
palieuly for a time, hut al length he
wearied of it, ami then eaniC ihe angry
words, How call I help iti'" Ami this
brought tears ami discoid, and through
the little rift thai poC\ isliness made. I here
llowed in the bitter water.-of contention.
Do lily readers know ho shell cases?
The other young wife whom 1 have in
my mind. 1 will call Mis. llrisk. She
always sees the bright side. "My JJich
ard works very hard for his money, hut
what a blessing that he has such good
health. And house rent to ho sure is
very high, hut I'd rather pinch a little in
other things, and have a nice comforta
ble little home. It's such a blessing to
sec Richard sitting of an evening by our
fireside, reading a bit aloud to me. that
1M work my lingers to the hi.no lo make
all nice and snug against ho comes home.
I'm always at it 1 know?my work's
never done, but il's shell a blessing to
see the children and tho place, and I licit
aid, that though I'm right down tired
every night ?f my I'm never loo tired
to 1)0 happy."
The word " blessing," ,My i'cnd?rs will
see is often used by Mrs; llrisk. Need
I sav lhat -lie is a woman who lias l'eli
Ila- mercy of Cod in the gift pi' Chris!,
and tliis has made her notice sonioOl'lhe
many blessings thai (lod bestowson all.
hut whieh the poof, solf cmt i ed. discon
tented \\ ouian, ne. ev Itceila.
Many cares - daily cni'CS, hourly cares,
must the patient striving industri?in
Wife and mother have, hai in the mid I
of all if she goes to ( idd itt ('irav?r, the
power io woih willihgf\ \Vill ho givetb
The spirit u lo will and to lo (.ifiiis gO0il
plea -m e *' \ ili he ?lnp,i t lei?.
Industry Is suri? lo biliig ita own n -
ward. The mero hadit <>f a }??oth?r 1 g?
U?til'lyj?nlpidyihg una- ivo?!, v a gobd
exaiiipio to libi eidldteitj 'flu; ! i v ii!
he v o' ! l',i*r ini;ip V<i . Htbv
will widd to help lather, 'iia.y \> iii I
li ..; : lb he Inly, and ?ji?t ' lui, and tiytb ;
.... !.. ; '
hi\- .-how-, '.lain the io he so, and it !
I? llpws that ?li) y(mrs h,j t ;:( jiiid th,d
young i\ Ik's are >wd -, up. lhc\ v.
heeoniii willing helper*. The nVotljicr's
< :.u s may not he less, but he) (oils should
I e. a-- la r r-t length hi-ii s u. lad. And
d'awl.oh family aie wot kois?n?ne of
M.eai wasters^ n nitho rule?ipdesssiniib
giout cnlaiiiity copies?thai ihe wditdU
condition Of the hiOuKjiiold ilupiovcj-,
llu'iviigcs df the sons, ?nd the work of
the daughters, add to the family stork.
: like ihe bicit. haul >\.'.l-. which 0VCr\l
wind blows io dtir shou-.. hearing ih< ir
produce for the coin fort and 1 (,,(
man. And of the gooil iuilusiribus moth
er who has worked he;-. If. liU,\ ItroUirlll
up her children to work also, it may; ho
>a';d in the word- of s, riplttie1, Mi,.
' inge'tli her f..od from afar." C'tiliivate,
therefore, my dear (oiling sister, an ac
: live, hop, fui spirit, slatti idh iiesH a> a
disease that injures l??|v r i . I soul.
\\ oik while il is railed lo-dav, for Hie
night eolia ih in w hieh ltd man can work."
Sling into Heaven,
Tlier? aie in our city two orphan chil
dren, a boy and a girl, deprived oftheir
parents within the last year. The lad is
hut -even yeslrs old. and is u-tained in
his grief by an alinosi gladsome romeni
hranoe that the last words his patent-ev
er -polo- on earth were lo h? in, and dial
lie sailg his molla r into heaven. lie
lately told the story thu- ; his molla r, il
li.iust he remembered, had been sick so hie
Mv mollici Called me." said he. and
told me that she fell ?ke gOiiig to sleep;
and lhat if she did she w anted ine lo - ing
lo her. and if she fell asleep; she wi.-hed
un' to sii by la r bed till the doctorcamc.
So," said lie. '-1 ! cgali."
Here '.he little fellow, will) great teals
trickling down his eheck-. sun- his little
I w ant I" be an angel.
lo show jiist how it all happened
"When 1 wa- d?m," continued lie,
" mother had turned over and gone to
sleep, an 1 1 .-at over so .-till by her bed
till the d< dor came. I told him -he was
asleep ; that J had sung her lo sleep.
He wen! over to ihe hack side oft he bed,
and as sooti as he touched her hand he
stalled hack and : 'My hoy, your
mother is dead.' So I had sung my dear
mother into la a\ cm"
(.. ? pity ihe orphan. I low the light
froth Ihe cross iVioilows the darkness of
his lo! ! We sometimes fancy lhat the
Father in heaven, as a specilli privilege,
permits sjiinli tj parents to lniidster to
their bereaved Oll'spring. It is pleasant,
iii a thousand ways, to think of Hod as
hOtir Father which ari in heaven." dlle
i-, in all points, touched with the feeling
of our inlii milie-."
We arc reniintlod, in penning ihe fore
going, of an incident liai ialetl by an i'.n
gli -h paper; of a lit I le boy w ho was found j
asleep aerosa a freshlv-imidc grave in a
village chnreh-yiiid. My little friend,"
said a kiml-heai imi man. awaking him.
what make- \ou sleep here?" Hesita
ting, with the surprise of being discover
ed, the child said in broken sentences,
They wasn't kind to me at. home, sir.
since mollici' is gone, and I came bid hero
to tell Iter all about it, and she's heard
me, and I s'pOSC I've gone to sleep by
her side." Little he knew that his
mollici s hand was not any more, to he
pressed on his brow in this world, hut he
'' Iliid fallii to believe thai her ears were
open to the voice of his pleadings, and
that site was able to soothe and answer.
Trusting faith of childhood, would that
we of maturing vcars could go wiill as
much assurance and tell our 1'ather, who
I never slumbers or sleeps, all the sorrows
T of our lu-nfis !.H'is''/ n ..!</> ro/c.
AVHII'H SAltSAl'AHU.iiA U :i coii(cntrftt?<U'x.
toni t>i tin- i ? loi't, m> rombiteli with i>ili
t r SljUsUlltcvs 0? i: rratcr all ri alivt power US
to alluni an cllcctual antidote lof discuses
Sarsaparillu is iTpiiti'il lo cure. Such a re
medy b surely wauled by tlioso jvhp sutler
frolli Mruiii'i'i- complain! ?. ami that one
w hi- h will accomplish ili? ir cure linist prove,
a Ibi? lia -. mi immense fcefvicO lolllls largii
i la-- ni oar u?llictcd nllow oai/'ir-. llow
mnpli !cl\ (his compound \\ ill dolduts beoti
provi :. l'\ experiment on iiiiihy ol'(ho woi'sl
I a-i . ioh'o lobiul in the follow ing complaints :
Soriiliil !. scrofulous swellings iiiul Sores, I
skin i?im .i c-. i'iinpic. Pustules, blotches,
Kruplioiis. Mi Anthony's I'm'. Uosii or Ery
sipelas. Tei tor di' Sail Idicum, Sodtl Head.
liUIJi Worm (;l .
V;, . 1 '. > f/'d Dif* ii$C expdh'd from
ilio sydoiii i> ilio prolonged u-c oft his Stir
pi ila, inni the patient Is h it III lonipara
!i\'" la ilth.
/ I ;mi: can-ed by Scrofula in
iiid, ami are this elVoil sOOll cured hv
lixraii ol ^ar-apai ilia.
I ?. ? in ?t diselliti ibi- invaluable medicine.
hi'VatlsO yhll base been linpOsOil upon bv
un lllili; pi i :? Ildii?.: I" be .'-ar-ilpai ilia.
kVliil? il \V?Si II"'.. W hen UHI 11 :\c U-ctl
\ ,l '. I - t ht i; :> !e I n"i iiil ! hell. W ill MM Know
; he \ iilu.i iml sapiil iilili I 'oi1 minute pul
lulila i - ol ! ho tli-ea -e . it OllVcs, we i tfer y'iiil !
io a; i'- American Almanac, win h |Iti*
?nt lielow iniliied will l'ili nidi yi?tls l? nil
? ho olili fot ii.
?v l.?;' ?t 'A t Il Alii io Kli.i.s, for J he eme ol
Cos? j veil cs-s, daiihdioe; ?iyspcpsl'u. Itali:'.
II?ni; Pi cnt?/ryt Ko?d Sionisti h; ll??duchc;
Pili -. lil?i iimaii-ie. Ibaiibnrn arising titilli !
I Msbilii i od Si eiiiaeii. P..hi. or Morbid I hue-1
ion ni,.e bowel-. 1 iainbncy. I."-- ol Ap-j
ji?iii?t Liver (.'ohiplahil, Dropsy* Worm.-.
<til. Sell might, a in I ior a 1 'inner Pill.
I hej ale Migar coa'.ctl. SO thai ibvillo-t
.?. it - live can tabe them ph a-anlly. ami llicy
are lia !" -I Aj t I loiil' ill the world lor nil the
put pm - ola lainily ph\ sic.
ihojiiired by J. ?'. Au.iavbi,, Loweih,
Ma-?..and .-ohi bv all i>riigglsts.
VICK'S ILLUSTRATED CATA
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Is now published* It contains nearly 100
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tVioi'o I'loivers and Vetje\ablc$t amia
Ih (U'tij'?l C?l?rti? Flmn r l'Iute,
Kor liontbpieee. Also, descriptions ofihe
1'iM'i l'iowius as11 Vl'aiil'i viijii'.s grnwu.
\\ ii 11 tuti aiitl plain il?ivellons l'orculture.
)> ?)'" St ai inali vvhodoslro, po-tage paid,
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IVTISTAH'S HALS AM OF WILD
YY Clll'iHKY has been used for
t t nearly 11 all'a l Ynlury, w ilh Hie most
astonishing success in curing.
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Suro Throat,
lntlucn/.n, Whooping Cough, Croup, Liv
er Complaint, Bronchitis, DiMicullv of
Prcalhing, Asthma, ami every direction of
'l'ho Throat, Lungs and Chest,
which carries oil'more victims than any 01 her
disease, and which bailies the skill of the
Physician lo U greater extent than any other
\ IFl.DS i'd THIS uk.mioov !
when all others provi' tlielVcclliab
AS A Mlddl'INi:,
i: \pid in i;i;i.ii:p. SOOTHING, in kf
v?a v. SAI li IN its OPKKATION,
IT is rssri?i\\ss?;ii !
file ns a preparation. froih hoxlhu.s
iugredisiiis, poison . or minerals; milling
i'd'll, sclenee and medical kjiowhtlgb 3 ehjii
iaiiiull' till ihat is ValuableIli ile- vegetable
dngdotn lea iliie class el' diseases, il is
and i- onlilled, merits and r.ives the gen
eral confidence of the public,
SK\ Min i: THA'fi iii:ii. m. l).,
of Herman. N. Yd wrlics a- follow-: -
dVVlStAU'S ll.U.SAM of Wtl.il (."i IKK li Y
glvcf. universal salbliiciion. It seelnsio cure
a i'oiigli by loosening inni cleansing the
hings, and id lacing irritation, Unni rehiov?ng
die cause instead of dryinguji (hecoligli and
b avin;: (lie ClUSC behind. i consider the
Italsaill as good as any. if not the lies!. < 'oit.uh
medicine with which 1 am acquaintc."
"?"iipoJ to iteci Tosi iiiiony.
Proni ltnv. PnAxcis l.ounr.i.i.. Pnsier of (lie
South t'ongfcgatioiial t'lmreh, llr?lgep?rt,
IlKiDor.i'our, dan. 1. ISC.I.
Gentlemen :?I consider H a dtiiy which I
owe to snlferhig humanity to botir testimony
m the Virtues of pit, \\i-r.\i;'s UAi.s v.Mioi*
Wn.o Cui:i;uv. I have used it?when I have
I occasion for any remedy for Coughs, Cold-.
J or Sore Throat? for many year-, and never,
I in a single Instance, has it failed to relieve
' and i urc me. I have frequently been very
hoarse on Saturday, and looked forward to
die delivery of two sermons mi the following
day with sad misgiving, bui by a liberal use
of ihe Italsaill my hoarseness ha- invariably
Ibeen removed, and 1 have preached without
' I commend it to my brethren in the minis
try, and to public speakers generally, as a
certain remedy for the bronchial troubles to
which we a: e peculiarly exposed
Ibiihcly un.-oiicited. i .-end you this t?sti?
, nionial. w hich you are al liberty to uso in
j any way you cllh?SC. Perhaps the Balsam
I does not a licet all persons alike, bat il alw ays
j removes my hoarseness, mid tils' nio for i ho
j mini-tor's hard working Hay?Ih? Sabbalh.
Very truly yours, Fl.ANCIs Loiuua.i.
IrnrUior Tjiipolieitecl Tosti
KaiKKIKI.Ik Me.. April 28, IStil.
i Messi. Si.rn W. Frhvi.K'& t'o.
t?ciillcuicii :?-Seeing itiuiicrous ecrtllleales
in the Maine Farin?i1 endorsing the merits oi"
[lhal Creai Lung Peincily. W?STAli'S ILVL
SA.M of Wll.i) t'llldlllV, i am induced,
and 1 lake great pleasure iiigiviiig publicity
; to die great cure it accomplished hi niy f?mi
i ly in year ls.",i;. During Ihesmnnicr of lhal
Vein' thy .-on. Henry A. Archer, now Po-i
ina-ier ill Fairlh-hl. SonierS?i ( 'ouniy. Me.,
wa- tit tacked whh spitting ol blood, cough,
' j weakness of lungs, and general de'uliiy. .-<>
much so thill our family physician declared
him to have a " Si:.\ I l.l > <'oXSI .MCTloN."
lie was under medical treatment fora num
ber of ninnili-, but r??ijivod ab bom-lit from
it. Ai length, from die solicitation bfhiiu
1 .-elf and others. i was induced 10 purchase
one bottle of WIST.Urs IJALSAM OF
W ild) t'UHlVilY, which benditeli bini so
niueh thai I obtained an other botile, w Inch
in a short lime restored him lo his usual stale
of health. i thilik i can .-afcly recommend
this remedy lo others in like condition, fur it
i-. 1 think, allit purports ii) be?TlUC C! it K?T
' 1.1 so Pi.Mi.ov i-'O?t i in: i i.mi.S !
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Ikdsain. and is at your disposai.
As ever, yours,
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