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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1883.
w ilvcrtkemmlx. gcw dvcrjmtnmtn. ew $,(lverimment$. J?iiiv dvtrimmtnln. "II WINIl THAT 11LOW8 OUT OF T1IU WEST." 0 w Ind Ihal blowi ont of Iha wwt, Thoa hant iwppt ovf-r motmtalo and in, Ixmt ttiou boar on ttiy iwlft, glad wlngi Tba biefllh of iny lote lo m, 7 Uat tlioa Wiwed h wrm, wpet llpir Or tanglrd her aolt, brown halr T Of fla'tered tha fragrant hcart Of lb roM fthfl lovel to cart O iua thiit goM down In tbe wwt, llaat Ihoo lef n mj Ioy. lo-lay( Ai di llti In ber IwinUful rrtme TJndor rVlea ro tar awey f llut tboo (ltdptl r" Or deeponrd ttia glow on lier cnok, Or bent froni tbe ekle to hoar Tha low, tweet wonbi rhe peftks ! O tara lbl are brlgbt In the wnt When Uio huih ol Ihe nlght li deep, Do 19 eee my lo.e aa rhe lles Uke chaile, white flower ealetji? Dopi ehe emlle m Ita walki wltb me ln tbe llgbt o( a happy drenin, While ihe nlgbt wlndt nwtle the leavea, And the llght waree rtpple and gleam ? O blrda Ibat Oj ont of tha wrol, Do ye brlng me a tneiMge front ber, Aa aweet a. your love-nolee are, When tbe warm eprlng brwzea aur? Wd aho whleper a word of me Ai jonr tremolous wlngi iwept by, Or ntter roy naroe, majhap, In a alngle paiwlonate cry ? O TOlrea ont of tbe weet, Ye are allent every one, And nereran an.wer comes rroro wtnd, or alare, or enn I And tbe blltbe blnle come and go Through the boundleiw flelde of ppace, Ai reckleea of human prayera Al lf earlh w ere a deeert plaee I Julia CR.Derr,in Marrh Ctntury. The .Marsclllfllso lljrinn. No other hymn or batlle-song hai evcr done for a country what " The Marseillalse" haa done for France. Since Its glorlons nntea flrat ranr? ont ubon the air, lt has been Insepatably connecteu with the hiatory of every polltloal jroTemcDt, and lt has roused to entDumasm me Bomeiirnes niccpiug vw nririM of the rjfonlfl. France is now a re- publio, and " The Jfarselllalse " has been nnn of the moat tiowerful instrnments in liiaklng ber eo. We yield the pn to II. de Lamartlne : " There was, ln 1702, n young artillery oflicerin thegarrlson at Stratbourg. Ilis nome was Kouget De l'lsle. Ho was born in Louale-Sanliner. ln Jura, a country of thought and energy, aa aro always tho mountaln towns. Thia young man loved war likn a soldier, revolutlon like a philoso plier. He ch&rmed, by hls music, and vernep, the lazyimpatlenceot the garrison. Courted for hls double talent, for hls musio and po etry, he frfquented freely the house of Deitrich, patnot of Alsace, and mayor of Straabourg. The wlfe and young daughters ol j;eitrich shared tue enmusiasm tor pa trlntism and revolutlon. which palpltated especlally on the frontiers. They admlred the young officer J they inspired his heart, hls noetrv. hls music. Thev rorforirjed the first of his musical inspirations, coDfldent that hls genlus would eventually make itselt known. H was tho winter of 1702 Want relgned in Strasbourg. The home of Deit rich was poor, the boara irugai, oni nospit ablei for Iloueet De l'lsle. the young man, was seated there morning and evening, like a son and brother of the famlly. One day, when there had ouly been some bread aud some slices of smoked ham upon the table, Deitrich looked at De l'lsle with a sad calm, and eald : 1 Abundanco f ails at our feasts, but what matter if enthusiasm does not fail at our civil feasts, and courage in our aoldiers' hearts ? I have still one last bottle of wine in my cellarj let it be brought I' he said to one of his daughters, and'wewill drink to liberty and to our country. Strasbourg ought to have soon a patriotic celebration, and De l'lsle should draw up, with these last drops, one of those bymns which can carry to the souls of the DeoDle the enthusiasm from whence they sprang.' The young girls applauded, brought the wine, filled the glasses of their old fatner and ol the young ouicer im me nquor was exhaued. It was midnieht, and the cold without was intense. De l'lsle was thought ful. his heart was touched. The cold seiz-d him, and he entered his solitary chamber totteripg. He sought slowly for inspiration, first in the palpitation of his citlzen'a soul, then upon the keys of his artist's instru ment, composing first the air without the words, then the words without the air, and associating them in such a way in his thoughts, that he was not able to tell him self whether notes or verse were born flrst, and so that it was impossiblo to separatf the poetry from the music, and the senti ment from the expression. He sang only, and wrote not at all. Overcame with this divine lnsDiration. he fell asleepwith his head upon the Instrumenl, and dld notwake till the morning sun was hright. The songs of the night before recurred to his memory vaguely, like the lmpressions oi a aream. He wrote them. noted them, and bastened to tbe house of Deitrich. He found the latter in hls garden, dlgging with his spade, with hls own hands, the lettuces for winter. The wlfe and daughters of the old patriot had not yet arisen. Dletricb awakened them, and called some friends who were as passionatelv fond of music as himself, and capable of executing the conipositlon of De 1 isle, itie eiuest aauguier oi uieiricn plaved the accompanimdit. Itouget saotr. At the first verse the faces paled ; at the second, tears flowed ; at the last verses, the delirium of enthusiasm broke forth. Dlet rich's wife, his daughters, the father, the young cflicer, threw themselvea weeping lnto each other's arms. The national livmn was found. Alasl lt could also be the hymn of terror. The unfortunate Dietricb was led, a few mnnths later. to the scaffold, to the sound of tbese very notes born at bis own flreside, in the heart of bis friend, and the voices of his daughteis. The new song, periormed some dayB later at alrastiourg, flew from town to town among all the popu. lar orchestras. llarseillea adopted it in the commencement ol hls career, and nnally ni the meetincs of the clnbs. Tbe people ol Marseilles spread it throughout France, wnue singing u on ineir route. from inai lt came to have the name of ' The Marseil- laise.' Tbe old mother of De l'lsle, roynliat, and very plous, friehtened at these river- berations of her son's voice, wrote bim: ' What ia thla revolutionary hymn which is sung by a horde of brigands who traverse France, aud with which I bear your name mingled V De l'lsle, proscrlbed as a royal ist, listened to it, trembling, resounding as a menace of death in bis earp, while llvlng to bide himself ln the lofty Alps. What is this bymn called I he aked his guide, 'The Marseillaise.' renlled the neasant. lt is thus tbat be learned the name of hls own work. He was followed bv tbe enthu' siasm that he had lelt behind bim. He hardly escaped in deatb. Tbe weapon turreJ against the band that forced it. The revolution, in a fit of insanity, knew no longer lier own voice. Musical ilerald, Doath lo tbe I'ot. Congress should at once take some meas ures that would at least lessen, if not wholly prevent, tbe adulteratlon of food. Our national legbUtors began to look lnto the matter, but have, as yet, got no farther than tea and sogar. l'erfaaps they found enougn euner to aiscourage tnem or to em ploy all their atteutiou. A sllght investiira- tion shoncd that our teas are often nothing but damaged leavts, and most of our surar elncose. Tho largest manufacturing estab- nsnmenl ln unicago is ior ine manulacture of glucose. And wbat is it used for ? Moslly for the adulteratiou of sugar. A recent ln vestlgation iu New York, reported by the Tribune, shows some fearful facts beaiing on the subject of food adulteratlon : The locatious were ascertalued of sizty-three " oreamerles " that seud skimmed milk to that city, which is sold ou its arrival whole (pure) milk. OI tbe samples of olire ou anaiyzeu, nine provea u oe aaunerated. I.ard was found to be adulterated and in some casea unwholesome. Of 280 samples of baker's chemlcals and breadatuffs eiani. lued, U5 were adulterated, aud 8 out of 117 samples of flour. In the matter of spioes the proportion of adulterated artiolea was 112 out of 180, the percentageof adulteratlon ln a slngle ariicie, cuinamoii. belng 81 8. There were 29 samples of qulnlne pills ex- amined, and in every case the amount of qulnlne sulpbate was below tbat whicb tt was professed the pills coutaiued. Iu ground coffee twenty-one samples contalned foreign substances, and oue sainple conslsted wholly of roasted homlny. Hjuey was purchased in anti-mouopoly grocery stores that cou taiued fitty per cent ot attillilal glacose, and maplesyrup that contained 35 per cent Orer 20,000,000 pounds of oleomargarlno butter were mauufactured in thestateof New York last year. We belleve that Illlnois oan ehow a Bimllar record. Some farmera aro trvinrr to inlx lt ulth mal hut. ter. Besldes this a large amount of butter is eold wbich has beeu mixed with lard and oottou-Beed oll. Tbere Is a direct and ewlft oonnection between adulterated food aud diseasp. Tbere should be a swift oonneo tlou between the men who adulterate food and the penltentlary. Stlttted. UOOD'S 5ARSAPARIUA . .... t.1.w..t rntnttAltnff tftfttnff nmi tnUgoraMng all tlie lunctleua ot tlio Ringwonn Humor and Sall-Hheum. HAYNIIAM, MAM., Allg. 12, 1S7S. C. 1. 1IOOP uo.l urniii-iiivii-. - - - - lliavo had rlnirworm liumoraiui aaU-rlietim o liadly that iny hoily wns ooncil wllhraw had any numbcr of doctore lntiie lastwtcn Unv inv mother was Iu tlio rliy of Taunton, nnd found ono ot your cooK iionxs, anu n rcadlnn It 1 found many iwople l'J'Unj1,'; nltliouf h I had sc on many lliliiM ndvciilml tlint ncvcr dld me any SomI. I nao now takcn t o small boltles nnd ono largo one of Sw call r.y.cir .Jumir" Nothini line ol the nore. I ftliall ttjko twt moro lrfnl.C8 MiUU.ciiuin cuiu iu vv tuipiv.vi Biiousncss, Sick Hcaclachc. riTTSFtrui. MAS1. 1lr..n. n T TTrtAT. Af ( if tiH l'CA0 rnd mo hy cxnrcn two lio llf IIjkiii fl 8Ait. rAi-Aim.i.Ani.dafew Cook Uot.ks for tllv Irlbtitlon. Your picparatlmi lia orkcd nondcn In tho raso of iny llc. who liai Ijcch troublcd wllli alck Iwadatlirj nnd tll lotianeslnrear. hhe only took nneduilf Tifllfor flte jcarsasnnw. Mic fomid that wltldnancck nllcr taklnR II tlio felt ury tnucli licttcr, ana miow enumy iu-w iium il.n.nn.ninliDnil.nW Slin l.!lllllt takCtl any of nny nccnmit alnco laH r-ri InR. nnd Mliatmiloslio had Ia lcnt to do fomo nllicrs some goou, ana we nnm navo u ni uis nwuaw. TiomeU b. nash. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA IssoM hy all dmggM. Prlfe II, or Ux larrjo bottlra for 5. I'reoarcd only by C. I. 11001) t co., Apotlicearlci, Ixmcll, Mass. tjr" use jioon iootii-i owjikh. HAS BEEN PROVED Tho SUREST CURE for IIK1DNEY DISEASES, loto that you Aro A vicUra 9 TUEN DO NOT IXESITATEt Uo Kldci.yV7ort tt once. (drug itjlfltreoomniendlt)iindit wlll poodllj' ovcr loomo ths dUeMo and roitore hcalthy aatiou. laCl U I to your sei. iuch as uiUul jtndwoauiMso, Kjaney-wort u untmrpuscd, m lt wlll ftot rromptly and Mfeljr. I Elthcr8. Inoontlneno.retentlon of urlne. briokduatorropydepowiU.raiidflull draffEiOfi ptuiu, tui Bpeeaiiy yieia 10 iia ourauvo power. 13. SOLD DT AUj DHUQOI3T3. PrlOtS II. Ilwvfl nrexeribctl Kldnev-Wott with verv tireat ettcceBS 1D tv hCore or ihoib oubhhhib cbo yt nm DeynM Llver Troublenj rNo fnr Ff male Wenk nccit. rhlllp C. Ilillou, M IX, Monhtnn, Vt. "My wlfe has bfeo much btnrJHUd Irom tne uxe ol K (inev-wort. She bad Kianey ana otner coraplalnU," wrltes Ilev. A. II. Coleman, Fftjette- viue, lenn. IS A SURE CURE for all dleases of the Kldneys and LIVER It Iim peclflo ftcUon on Uils lnost lmportftnt orean, enablinff lt to tUrovr offtorpidlty and lnaotion, aUmulaUnir tlio healthy Bccretlon of the BUc, and by kccplug tho bowta ln free aondiUon, cCbcUng iu rcijulAr dischargo. IH nl'.f So If you aroBuflorlnc from Ivldlctl lcla malaiia, have tho ohUU, arfl blllous, dyapeptlo, or conatlpated, Kldnoy Wort wiU surely relieve and quiotly curo. In the Bprlng tocloan the Byitora, every one should toke a thorouch couno of IU I U SOLD BY DRUCCISTS. Prlcetl. I am a livlnir advocate of tbe virtues of Kid- nevAVort. I cuffered nolnld nRony from Llver Lsorder, u curca me. Jno. u. wevins, opriDji' field, Ohio. FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF CONSTIPATION. Ko other dlaease la bo proTalont ln thla coun try aa ConBtipaUon. and no remedr has ever equa'led the cclebrated Kldney-Wort M a OTiro. VhatOTerthooaune,howgverobetlnate the oase, tnis rcmouy wui overoomeH. Dll Tllia dlatrcsalTiff com- I fc taiJ Diaiut 1a verr aDt to be: oomplJoatod withoonstipaUon. iUdney-WortJ Btrenffthena tho woakened parta and qulckly cutm aU klndaof Pilcs ovenwhen phyaioianfl ana inetucincti asto Dciore lauecu a- tviryounavoeiuieroru.cetroubie I PRICC T7 Ubb Prugglste 8ell O)nstlpation, la all IU forms. yleldn to Kid- nnv-Wnrt. ln Female DUeasett it ltn verv succesa- fuU' Dr, rhlllp C. Ballou, Monkton, Vermont. Apru va, lWJ. T HE CREAT CURE RHEUMATISM Aa lt ix for att the poinful diaeosea of Uiol KIDNEY8.LI VER AND DOWEL3 Zt cleanteo the lyitcm of tho oorid poiionl that oauscB tho dreadful uXTortnff wMoh THOUSANDB OF CA8ES of the wont lorm of thia tcnible dlaeaae have beea quiokly relleved, and ln euort timel PERFECTLt cured. rRicx, $i. uqtiDon dby, iold or dbiccistsJ k Vrj can be wni itj mall, WELLS, BXCHAIIDSON &Co., Hurllnffton Vt : could find no reinedv for mv Kldnev Com- platot and RtiAumatNm," writea MrP A. II. Burr t'l lempift 8 aiuia, fioriaa, "unuiwai ciirea uy tvianev-wort.' Kioosure. lnciaent to lumDer- .oj;, causea Mr. uurr s diaorders. Our Cltlzens ik'filro mi notorlrty, but are uluujfi ruutl tu prtKluliit Ihu trutli. MltS. UKo. l)l.i:v of 76 Knlht Stioct, I'rnO- ilenci', lt. I., rel.it en tu our it jnjrter Iu r excrl- onceMllh tlio Momlt-rlul curathe prDiicrtien of .l!Ut ld UL'Htilli-tl kuon tu t ttie Kt.UnUltl UUd KMliey luul Avr UlMfllscs, ctc, AIik. ). .ijb ' J.urly 1 wt irhii; 1 ncu'te.y llh torphhty uf tlio klilnejB aml ciilHigt'incnt of tlio UvtT.tiinl tlio KIliiuyilihtnKULniiiPUiiiiiiM' m.fust and rudtlmily tbat b foio I who ncart'ely nuitre ot tlio i-iinsil nf ni) lioublu 1 lit'cuue bntlly Iiluaktl, uiut my IkiiIv itinl Uiiibt cry niucli sudlh'ii, ttu llmt il m.ii witli givnt dithculty and Hc(ru ihiih tluit 1 wui nhlu to wnlk auj, 1 lxrHintt tlit:al fully tiuuhlod by lelng f.liort-liitiitlifd, ho th.it ven n sligbt exerlion or a Httlu exerclso wouM tlie ii. n nhiuipt to cxhiuutluii, fliid I vhd xu tl-tu-HHiil ulicn I rt-tlit'il nlnlits that I could mt filei'p, nnd wiu) cry rtslless. One nf iu llnbi tfjKrlfilly luul h t-iy evi rn ntrious pniii, wlilcli ahMiMt steiiitHl to Im inoit' ic-M're at night thmi nt nny ntber tlmr, and wouM Irt-iint-iill) acb no elii,rpl) a to fli'HUrio uio fiom kb-fp. 1 utoMery ihtvoih nnd uiicoinfortablo nll tho liiup, uml waa biinjj I'nctort'd, nnd tnklns h1 kiuilx of iiH-dlclue fur thlx i-Dnipliiii.tniHl Ihat iul the otbor.but all to no urfnl purpo.K, niitll at uUmi tbe tltnu ubcii I uiii) tlii-d nut and xiinifwbat dlhgumfd aml al linot illM'Ouriipt'd'wllli iui'iliriiifn and dortnrn, a rtlatho and lilRhly entceni'il frlnid pt-rsurtdtil to try llunt'H IU inoily, 1 begun to tiike it a few ilaja ago, niul am hnpi'ily ilUnpi'OlnlPd by tho rvKiilt, Ior befdro I bal used it ttollle of lt I Ih'Buii to feel rtlU't'il, ainl hooii comnu'nced to rbi'p pplemlldty ; tho nuvf re net vnus pnlns ln iny Uiubublcli 1 bad to I.andlo pu tt-udvrly do not nppcar nny nn.ro, my btadacho and baokarhe bao dUnppe tr d, I lnl tttry way, nnd rent urll at niijlit. '11 ceUIiig hn dlappi'arfd from iny butlyainl HinbH, I am now able lodoiuy bouMfwnrk i'oinfurtably and nlly, tlunt'a l:einfly U9 ''ilalnl) dno woiultTft fur me, MitH, (ii:o. DAvu:v.M Saf nnd Hflltilde, A, W. HnnwN, M.U.of Pruldi'iice,H, I.,aji, "I havi'Umd Hunt'8 Itenifdy lit my prattlro for thcpant Ktxtecu )rw,and vlierfull rt rinnniemt lt ni bifi.H a iafe aud rt Unblu ti'tmt " Iluut'ri lU'iaedy la purt-ly a vt'itabte com puund, (cltntltloitlly prepareil by a i1rllaM r'g Isicil I'brtrinaoUt. aud wlll rurflycuru all dl euu nf the Kldneys, llladdt-r, Mvt-r, and ITrl" ary Oraua. Cott. Curea Sytpepsia, Kervous Affoo tions, Qencral Debllity, Fcver and Afue, Paralysis, Chronlc Diarrhcca, Boili, Dropsy, Humort, Female Com plaints, Llver Oomplalnt, Eemittcnt revor, and all dlicates orlglnating in a bad Stato of the Blood, or accompanled by Sebility or a lov State of tbe Systcm. iM9 JTn l"' 1NUAJL mi rKtza tn alT aDuioanu. aud lo uua- rnneriof lMtyear wltnouioraeriBfl; ii. Hoonuune ibout 176 i'ivf. tioo muicrtlou. (irlww, aocurata dMcni'tiona and voluable dlrevuuu (or vlanttns J6oO ytTiMeM i of Vft)UbTi ani "lpw forlt D. M.FEHnY&CO. DeTROIT MlOH. For HillO. k rrm nf oni hnnilrtMt and tblrtv aorM. with irood hallit. lnyi.ln tlit townol Orrtsniboro, Vi- Kef er Aooe tnar be had to.ur. b. ruuati) or aiooiwamr, l'lif w u, t, iiaoiiic OreeuiUiro. 7v-blr m N. H. DOWNS' VECETABLE Bani Elii 18 A 8TJKE OfllE FOR CoughB, Colds, WhooplnB-Cough and all Lung DisonsoB, Whtn Uken to Benson, l'eoplo dle of con aumptlon alraily brcAQae of Deglect, when the tlmely ne of this remcdy would hare cured them At once. I'lfly-nno )cnrn of constant ne rroycw tlie fact that no cough remrdy ha r.tixd tlie tet like Downb' Elixiu. Trlce 3Se,. SOo. and 91.00 lr llnttle. Ir. Unxtoi'H Mandrake Bittersl Wlll ctire .Taundlce, Dyi'pr.la1 Llter Coin lilatnta, lndlKeallon, and all UlieaKoa nrli'lnp from Blllouanepa. 1'rlco 25 ceut per Ilottlo. Henry & Johnson'a FOlt MAN ANU TIEASTI The moBt perfect Llnlwent ever compounded. jTice ia ana ou rencs. The Three Above Itcllable MtHllclnea Should be kejit In every honfehold ready for usn. rur Bttiu u all lyiugKisu. UF.hHY, J01IKSON J.OHn, JYoi'r, DonLtNaTON, Vermont. GQICAQa ROCK ISLAND StPAniFIG RT tftBt and the Wuat bv tho ihortcet route, and OAr rie DcBHODrzm. without chanuo of oaru. betwoen wortb, Atchtion, Mtnneapolia and at. i'aul. lt fonneota ln Union Ilcpote with all tho prmclpil iae of roed betwetn tho Atlaatlo nnd tho Tttina Oceana. Ita equlpmcnt la uurlvalcd and mannl cent. beina oouipoaed of Moil Uomrnrtable aud JJeauliful IJiy Cotchci, Manlflcent norton He ellnlns Chalr Cara, Fullinan'e Prottieat FaUoe Bleepins Cara, and tho Uem l.ine of Dminn Cara In tbe World. 1 hrce Tratna between Chtoado and liUiouri lliver Polnta. Two Tralna batwccu Chl eao and Uinneapoliaand 8t. I'aul.vla the Famoua "ALBEHT LEA ROUTE.' A New and Direct Llne, vU Benecaand Kanka kee.haa recently Ivcn openod beiwctu Kichinond, Norfolk, Newport Newa, Chat tanoona, Atlama, Att fusta,NoahTille.LouiflvlHo, Xiczii-stou.t'incl'inatl, ndlaaapolis and Iiarajrette. and Omatia, Minngap oln and St. Faul and mtermf dlato pointa. All Through Paamagera Travtl on iant Eipreaa Tralna. Ticketafor aaleat all prlnolpal Tlcket Offiooaln tne Umted Btatoa nnd Catiada. n&zswe check-d throuch and ritea or fflro al. waya aa lowas competitora that oller leaa odvan- Cbiougo and Kaniati (Jity, (Jounoil Dlun, Lcnvcu- CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE, At your neareit Tloket Omoe, or addreaa R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JUHH, Tioe 1'tei. 4 Cen'l U ( r. Ocu I TkL t Pmn. Af. CHICACO. THE GREAT German Remedy. TRUTSIS FOR THE SICK.R For tbo3Q deathh T.ru1Ica ln dcllcato nilioua nplls. do- 'ticalth, who aro all jrtmdown, ehoulduse itiTTEns, lt curt! rou. -IboGlantDypop-slalscurcd tytulng lorncasaTncrooLL'P l jotr .orcuro. lt novcr i. Onprallvcsuhotttt closdy conflncd li. Clcansa Iho Tltintcd cratha mula finatvork. itjloodwhen you 6ccS3 iits ImpurltlcJ burst'ri inirtLrouLTh tbo tUn llclcnt cxcrclso. and in i'jmpics. iitotciics, and 6orc3. llcly ou iuLnicn Jiirrrr.'i,1 aU-ulionro conhieU fn doors, Eiiouiii ust ana ucaita iriu ioi' ,Iow. a SULrHUU U1TTCI13 Ccncral Ucbllltv wlll curolJvcrCom nlnlot. Don't badia. nccusugenii-j iunia courasod ; lt wiil curc ter9, nnd you wlll yuu not Lo troubica. Dou't be vrltbout n willbulldyoiinpand. tnftto you ttroug and Ijl bcaliby, II bottle. Try lt; yoi. Sulphur Bitteys. BeirsOnBKin'jtsCurefarTcitSacfcBSli'i!:;;?. iTIce, iwcniy-HTo cuills. Creat L1QUID FOR BLOOD, BRA1N AND NERVE5. tvx surziuon ktttiiitivi medi- ,cine, nicn in puoarnATEa and not recommended by Chemlate and rbyaioiane aa A POSITIVE TON1C, ALWAYS ACCErTAHLIa ANU KtklAULbi aa lt doea not atlmulate the brola or Iniute tne ayatom ana ieve aeiotenoua eneou. ua the contrary, it furniahea Juat that which la neoeaaary to the braln, atrengtheoa and quleU the nerrea, puriflee the heart'a blood. and thereby makea only the beat fleih, bone and muacle. ir It worxa wondera. curlnj NfcmOL' aad OllM:KAIi lHMIIMTY, UAUV1IIA. IIVHl'L.l'HIA, 1AMIUMA. Produoce a healthy ootlon of the Livtt and Kldneya, fortirylng? the aysteni agolnst the ralaamatia lnfluenoea, and wlll be found ln valuable ln all pulmouary and bronelUal dlffl OUltiea. DEUCATB 1'EMALZS, NHI18XNO MOTIIERfl and WEAKXY CIULDHEN oan nnd no rcmedy equal to thla healUirul blood and norve food tonlo. I jTI'or aale by all Drue rlata. $1.00 per bottle. Prepared only by W1LEAT BITTEnS CO., OtSoe 10 Vark 71aoe. Waw York City, DIAMOND Best Dyes Ever Hade. DRESSCS, COAT8, SCARFS, HOOD8, YARNf 8TOCKIN08, CARPET RAC8, RIDBON8. FEATHERSf or any fabrlo or faney artlcle eaelly and perfeotly oolorod to any ahode, Illacl.. llrown, Urreu, Illue, Hcarlrt, Cardleal Itt-tl, ay ! llrowt dreen, Ttrra Colla and 80 other best ootor. Varanted Feat and Durable. Each paokage wlll ooloronetofourlba.of eooda. If youhaTetever used Pyea try these once, You wlll be dellghted. Bold by drugglata, or aend ua 10 centa and any oolor wanted aontpott-pald. Sioolored eomplee and a aet of fanc oarda aant for a 8e. ctanip. M'KUA Ult 11 ll)hON A tO llarllwgtew, I. OOLD and SiLVERPAIKT. Bronio Palnt. Artlsts' Blnck. For glldlor Fancy Xiaak.u, Frftinea. Lampit. Chand.U.rf , and Tor all ktnd of ornamental work. Bqual to an7 of th. hlch priood klnda and only ZOoti, a p.ekan.,at th. dme(rll..orpoBt.p.1d frcri V rH'lltlMIHINA 1.,)lurllnilo.VI Dobbins'Slarch Polish. uniu ni euiMrV" "'i""i rUMT UMiJlllllLJ n.n.vny hy whli'h evrry fuinlly ni uy glvo tlii'lr lln. ctl llmt benu tlful niilxli pe. culliM lo flue lnunilry work. Asl jour Croffr. J.li.llllllIIIW Phlladclphla.Pa $66 m ttcok In vnn'ftvn Inwn. Tarma and U Oullit iree, Auureea iiiuuura tu,, iuniu, DYES. WHO KtttLKl) TOM KOIT.UT "NMl.'Mld NewCMer, 'Irouldn'tklllaaplder, I illdn't klll Tom Ropcr.' 'Notlaald PtroTgAt, ' 1 tnnke men tongh and liale, Idldn'tkUl Tom Roper. " ' Kot I,' ld Lager Heer. I I dou't lntoxlcatfl. IVje hear T 1 dWn't kill Tom Itoper. " ' Not I. Rafd aparkllns old Cbainpagne. No poor man e'er by me wi alaln, I eheer tlie rlcti ln lordly halla, And ncorn thaplnce whre tbe drankartl (allP, Idld'tklU Tom Hoper.' " ' Not ir, wld Tarlonii other wlnpnj Whatl Jtilrn of Rrane, polnct of Tliiw, KIUaamanT The Blblatelli That wine all ottir drink exrettf W illdn't klll Tom Rop r. " Not 1 sald HolUnd Olri, To charg anch a crlme to me ln Mn ( I dlda't klll Tom noper,' M Not I, ' axld nonrbon WMrtey, '1 make tlck folkttnprr and tiiWj ( The doctore ray poj don't thpy know What qulcVpn blood that mni m 1ow f Idldn'tklll Tom Roper.1 " Not I,' npoke up the nramly, .ttoim, He grew too poor to bujr me lonj) I dldn't klll Tom Ropcr. " ' Not I, tald Mertford Rnm, ' He almont gone tofore I comet I dldn't klll Tom Kopcr. " Hat hatlanglifdold rrinre Alcohol, ' Each atrock Ihe blow that made hlra fall, And all that liriped to make him loper My agenta were, lo klll Tom Roper," " Stltttrd, Making l'ubiic Scntiment. '" 1 "" I In a recent sermon dellvered in the Union Park Corjrre;atIoiial clmrcli, Vr. F. A. No- ble had thia lo say on thn subject of the publio sentimeut I What kind ol an nttl tu Jo ia that for a true earnest tnan to takn n the Dresence of a nceded moral reform 7 .tnl dld not walt for rjublio sent ment to went to worKand made puDiio seimment,. Klchard cobben did not wait forpubiiosen- fore he began bia agitation for corn law re- rtanl Iia oct nut bnltlarv otirl alntia an rl wtn I nlDg'john Brlght and n few other able men to his aide. he travereed tho land. nlannlnc, apeaking, agitating. He created a publio tentiment before which Slr Hobertl'eeland chaff before the wind. BUmarck did not wait for tiublio eentinient to rjush him to .u- --i- Vr ..ir:.. j BnluirtM many s lio pusnea tne people, anu orongni them to hls own uiind. The lieroic Gara baldi did not wait; he saw ciearly what ouirht to be done to redeem Itnlv from the thralldom ol tlio pope. and malre lt a nauon fJfJR!S.& tiir dead Hambetta did not waltjhe took the people in their honr of despalr and trained them intohope; when they were in confu- slon ana organizea inem; wnen pariiea i were ploltlng and dethroned dynasties were scheming for reinfitatement, and made France a republio. Neal I)ow did not wait for publio sentiment to aupport him in hia demand for prohibmon. Slonlh atter tnonth, vear after vear. he and hia faithful co- worKera wrougnt ai ine-uueineaa oi maKing publlc aentiment anu they diu lt. 1'uhllc aentiment doea not mako itself. Publlc sentiment doea not moye forward of itself. When there ia a vigoroua publlc sentlmtnt on any questlon of morals, it ia because aomebody lias taken an advanced position, and educalcu and drawn tne people up to lt. If all who thiuk and errn say it would be a good tbinpr to closo liquor ealoona, and to put out the firea ln these distilleries and breweries, ard to slay tne vast waste ol strencth and tboucht and time and money. and homea and hopea and lives, would only say it without any "ifs,"and "ands'and " buts," and havlnc said it would stand by it, public spntimcnt on this liquor buaineea would sweli and presa on like an incoming tide, and in a little while there would ba laws looking to the suppression of this evil which would have in them the force of the right hand of God. Meantime let no man or womau lose heart, for in Bpite of back setting eddies here and there, and etagnant Daslus, tne great stream oi lemperance sen timent and conviction and purpose movea iteadlly toward. ' Alcohol ou the Senses. The effect of alcohol Caa well aa the other narcotlcsj is very apparent on tno senfies. Notonlv the fivo sennea of hearinc. seelnr;, etc., are sffected injuriously by alcohol, but the inuscular seuse aa well. Thia ia called a sizth sense. l)y this sense we judge of weight and know the conditiou of the mus cles. This sense is deadened by alcohol. The following is selected from the Union Sianalt "If you shutyour eyea and holdup your hand you know where it is j 'you can put-tbo tips of the two forefingers together when the eyea are sliut, and find the way to vour moutu. You tell the difference bo tween two weights by ineans of the muscular sense, even with eyes shut. When a man is drunk hls muscular sense is weakened, he can not guido his mnscles properly, uses too much lorce or not enougn, and so rons about. llut it is more difGcult to judge be tween weiguta wbtch are neatly auke, anda very little alcohol will cause mistakes. Some eentlemen tried to arrange siz bullets, which were of Mightly different weigbt, in order of weight when bliodfolded. Some drank, tneoihers dld not. i ney tried many days, and had marka according to the degree ol rightnrss. After some time tbe drinkers lelt off beer, and those who had not taken lt becan to do ao. The fornaer drinkers found they could weigh the bullets better now, and the latter drinkers fcund that the drink caused them to make more mistakea andgetlower niarks. Wbeu a tired man takea Bome alcohol c driukhe often fcelalesa weary, and able to work again ; hence, many think the drink makea them strongor. But the true reason for feeling better ia that tbe spirithas deadened tbe feeling, they can not feel how tirrd the muscles are ; when the deadenlng effect of the alcohol gnea off, they feel more tired than before. Dr. Parker made three soldiera march twenty milea a day for six days, loaded with gun, knap- sack, poucu, etc.j iney had the same loou every dsy, but on two days they drank brandy aud water, on two other days coffee, and on tbe two otbers wcak beef tea. All .i t i ,u.t ti.n..i. ... i i LUICB 1UUUU IU.I, WUUUU lllO UlttUUJT ICVITCU I them for a little while, they were more tired at tne eud oi tne lourney on tnose two days than on any oi tne other lour. weston and othera wbo try to walk verv long dls- tancee, find that they can keep ou longer, and walk further, witbout alcohol. Let this be liied ln vour mlnds. Alcohol, whether taken aa beer, wine or spirits, can not give strengtn." An Incldont from Gougb. A gentleman had got so far into drlnking that he was known to drink a quart of brandy a day, Iia waa a fine businrs9 man, and vet he waa ruinirjir himself in the estlmation of those who knew him well. I One day, when in the house, he said, " Wife, come and sit on my knee." Hlie sat there. and tben Bhe said, " If my hua- band dldn't driuk, I would be tho happlest woman in Canada." " Well, my dear, he replied, " I marrled you toniako you happy, and I will never drink another drop aa long as I live." Now that man cut it off as square as a piece of cheese, and kept his word for eight yeara, without any belief in Christlanity, Walking down the street with him, a little white ago, he said, " Lio you see tbat red fronted drlnking taloon ? Well, I have been afraid of tbat for inanv years, aud w 1 used to go down a atreet and go around It, but, mt. uough, slnce 1 have got the grace of God in my hent, I eo rleht bv tbal saloon, and if I have the slightest desire, I breatbe an ejaculatorv prayer, ' l.ord, Keep me tor Uhmt a sake,' I anu i go uy it aaie. l'ractlcal l'rohlhltlon. Greeley. Colorado, ) one of the manv brleht spots of prohibition. Founded un- der stricl tetnpeiance prlnclples, lt has been a tuccess irom tne nonr oi Its wnllnr. Not a drop of liquor can beobtalned in the towu unless aold by a druggiet uiwn a'pby sioian's certlfioale. Should any iaudholder violate the provisions of the cl.use coutaiued iu his deed, it worka a foifeiture of hU owuership. The town haa 2,500 populatlon. to paupers, no city jMl, uo t olice luagis trate, no ioor-bouse. As a further evldence, they have three uew.papers, sli churcheo, and a line acnooinoirsv, wuicn cosi ovtr ?iiu, 000, If thia beneflcial result comea from prohibition, wlll it not be a good example to tonnders ot other towua lo lollow tl'rvhi- Imon ilanner. Tkmikuanck lext-hooks have been lntrc- duced into Ihe bt. faul publio aohools. A national total-abatinence aocietv haa I Just ueeu lorimu at ueneva. TO THE TRADE, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL! ARMS & HAINES, havo now in storo One Tlioogjand. tliirtv tons MiddlinGrs, forty-fivo Mcal, Com Mcal nnd Provcndcr, at lowcst possible pnccs lor cash 1000 BARRELS including Minncsota Patcnte, finc St. Lonis Pastrys, Plant's Ex tra and other brands, Union Stemn Calln Lily, St. Julian, ctc, also tho cclebrated Roller Flours'tnndc by Sidney Brown of Og densburg, and tho best brands of Michigan. Also in stock Oat Mcal, Grahain, Buekwhcat, llyc Mcal, by the barrcl or less quan tity. Wc also carry a largo stock of SALT, NAILS, PLASTER and PHOSPHATE Kcroscnc Oil, Molasscs, Fish and other Heavy Grocories at city priccs with addition of f reight. Our stock of Fnncy Groceries, Teas, Tobaccos, Cigars, Canncu Goods, Pure Spices, Collecs of rr finnt.a fitni'nli nfifl inf lini imria a fn11 niil nc.mt.1ntn " V """lu ailU WO Wlll oflcr 81)CCial mUUCCnieiltS tO mercllllllts 111 tlllS V1C111 Jf.., wl,0 Jj,,,, closo ani 0ftcn UUy i Foreign Fruits and Nuts! iuuiuuiuu juiuuiio uuu viuiiuub. 1.ants prunc8 ctc. Pino FlavoriiiL' Extracts, aml a grcat vnricty Ol IVailcy UUd btaplc Ul'OCOnCS at Thn Pplpl mfPfl lliininni1 PMB iiiu uuiuuiuiuu uiuiiiuiiu uiunn, and T m.ill.ivrVa T ttrrrtli &r ATrrilci ftfnt ArnAlniti'a liVltvina "Wriglit's, B. & L., and other styles wr n.nn Rnll nt TnnniilnptnrnrK' nrifos tn thn trncln v Wooden Ware, Lamp fllops, JirOOinS, LiOrdagC, 1'apcr Glovca and Mittens a snoeialty. A.XCS and baildles, SllOVcls, lloes, etc., Ctc, COinprisillg a large Btoc of K00(g wllicll WC wiU Sell at prices wllicll OUgllt to satisfy b rA.. 1 :i !11 1 fli:il.l f tnu uununi uiijui. uiuuio uj hkui jh uiuihij uulu .ii'iw,- C8t market ratCS. PatronagO SOllCltetl. n TVTCS .C J.X.1X1.Z OC -rj T.T7- tj-v-v' ItU V , - -- -- -- :HEADQUARTERS FOR: SUGAR I offcr great inducements to partics Avishing to purclmse Sap TuTds, Sap Pans and Heaters, Syrup Cuns, otc. hand a Hardware, Iron and Steel, Stoves, Snrvin's Wheels, Hubs, Spokes and Felloes, in fact cvcrtliing in this line. C. O. CRAVES, Stowe Street, SOLUBLE PAGIFIC GUANO. FUU HALE II Y ...Uoutillfr, Vt. 8. n.JiwWn WalUflcl.l, Vt. Meid & Wriih. Rau.lolj.li. Vt. ,. 1tt. t. (l.A-MiK k well. Waterbury C'r., Vt. J.ti, Foaaett Sl Co ...llriliel, Vt. I'Utnflltl. VI, MUw & McM-liou Sluwe, Vt. O. .N, "tougrilnn Koyallun, Vt. ,.. aiarrl flelit, Vt. I, , r'ri-niin .Mcnttiwn. Vt C, K. Wotxlrnfl. ...WtxUtwk, Vt. C'ulnM, Vt. Kciijoii Ji Hmt, ,,, Northfield. Vt. Tlnkbaui & Co.,..gutcheel Vt. ,., Allldleat-x, Vt. llllt li A MertD Klcliniond, VU O.Itlxbf,, , Lbelwa, Vt. h J li'iinter II. II Tnwpy. . 11, tt F. W.nW, H. I', Whltf . lt. lirnkk.,,. Dr. ni inif Cures all Dlseaees Kidneys, Skin and Blood. MILLIONS testlfy to Its efflcacy in healing tbe above named diseases, and pro nounco it to be the BEST REMEDY KNOWN to MAN. Lnborntorr 77 West Tlilrd Ktri'ct, Tiew York City. I)rucslt aell II. ll.iniuiviLt.,. Nw Kent Countr. Vlririnia. 7)r. Clarl Jirfinlcmi Yonr fjr.at Inrilan tllnml Hrrull U a wondurrul iuellclr.f lt liaa .Dtln-lf rutHl nior p)iiU. BEST LANDS lluyureiiur Jllrlilenii I.'ind.. SOII.HK II, n.MIATi: IIKAI.TIIl'III.. and tlif bfht Murki-t. Iu Uii' Cnrmarp nan Crops for I 11 lllul O UUIIriirlcn. lrll,M.IIAltNr.s,ljinnlrii;.MIcl,. FOR MAN ANDBEAST. uaniHnnWMrM THE BEST EXTERNAL RBMEDYj HJIEUJLiTISJl, NEURALGIA, i GRAMPS, Sprains, Bruises, I BurnsancLScalds, 1 Sciatioa, Baokaclio, 1 Frosted Peet and Ears, and all other rains and Achcs. It li a $itre cure for Qilli, Etnlm, Ctratchea, Bsrei, &!,, on HOR8E8. One trial wlll provo Iti merlti. It ctTccti are INSTANTANEOUS. Kver botlle warrnntnl to Sivu aiiiuiui'iiuii. fiuim ra. far l)unitlilr-t. VrWoii cti. luul 60 cti. per nonrj, JoliniDi k lerd, Fr.prtttort, VirllDitti, U. 100 fANCY ADVERTISING CARDS, J-VXS K dHterent, Ub or wllliout ailvciUxt-menU uu ttiein p'Wt trv, tr U-n l-octit tui i SOO, all ditffrtut, 1 1 lUO liatiitauiii ht'ran ltuk 1'1( lurw, 3A wuli, AiMrraa t'MUN CIKD COall'ANV, W6atllfr. Vt, V 10 XU1 AOdnua tinnw A lV( lVrtlaoJ, WATERBURY, VT., and to arrivo soon Biiisliel Coni, tons Bran, tcn tons Cotton Sccd in lots to suit, which they olTcr or rcauy pay. Wc also oller GHOIGE FLOOR fa""" " . 1". 0f US. AVc kccn all killds of iuiaiiio ui uii nuiuti, x' ms. vui lOWCSt priCCS. AgClltS lor Rllfl'P.Ufl flnil I nnllflrfl'Q finfl Pllt uuimuju uiiu luiiiiuiuu iiiiuuui of Plug Tobaccos, all of which Chimneys, Baskets JiagS, at WllOlesalC Of rctail Onc hundrcd dozcn best makc TT n TTVTT'C! UAUUia. W A riMJ'IMiTTIJV "VT - - -- V JYlljlUi U lt 1 , V X . TOOLS! I also kccp constantly very full line of on Waterbury, Vt. ANNUAL SA I.KS, 50,000 TONS. This old and reliablc rcrtiliier, wliich has been on the market f elffliteen j t'urs, is utisurpa-.-.cd for u on I'urin. (I'nrdrii, .w or Tloer Uh. lt h a complcle inanure, ricfunall the neccssnr) elements. The rarmer who plants his crops looking to the money they wiU return, findj that cery dollar's worth of SOLUBLE PACIFIC CUANO applied to the soil, repays its cost many times over. Try it, and be convinced. raniphlcts, with testimonials. etc, forwarded free. If there is no local agent in your wcinity, address ULIDDI2X & URTIS, (Jca'l SclUng' Ageuts, ltoston, .Mas. inuuonu'o bLHnn dunnoun o IiidLimi 331oodl Syrvxp of the Stomaob. Liver. Bowels. Guaranteed to Cure Dyspepsia. II laall Ui.t KtH.alit tntw. alia. M.IILU. ll.ptll(.a. 300.000 ACRES. nrlU uliuohl at uur ltxjr.3 1882 Tromenilous. VurlotiH Catises Ailvancliis ye.irs, care, slckuess, dhap f oliuineut, aml heredltury pri'illspo-l.i tlon nll opciato to turu the halr Br.iy, aml tlther of tliem lncllnes lt to shwl prematurelv. AVEii'a lUitt Viooit wlll restoro facleil or gny, llglit or ri'il halr to a i lelt brown or ilcep blick, as may be ilcslreil. It Mirtcm aiul clc.msfl tho scalp, (jlvlii' lt a henltliy aetiou. It removes aml citresilaiulrutrniul humors. lly Its use fulllns halr U checkeil, aml n new erowtli wlll bo produceil ln all cascs whero the follLlci aro not tli Btroyeil or tho gUmU ilecayed IU enucta are bcautirully showii on bra?hy, wcak, or elckly li.il r, ou which a few appllcatloin wlll proiluce tho uUm aml freshuess of youth. Harmless aml sure in lts ri'.sulU, lt H lncoinp.irable nt a dresslns, nnd Is especlally valued for tho solt lustre aud rlchncss of toiio It Impnrts. Ayeh's Haiii Viooit is colorlesst contnlns nelther oll nor dyoi aud wlll not (.oll or cohir white camhrlci yet lt lats lons ou the halr, and keep, lt fivsh and vluoroin, iinparllii uu agri'onblo p.rfuniu. For salo by ull drugsUts. SHARP Crlctc. 8pralD, Wrvarlici, I'.tieuDiatUui, N e u r a l a 1 . Bclatlc, IMeurUr I'alas, Stltch 1d tbe BiJe, Blow C'lr PAINS culatluo of thQ lllouii, Heart DUvaat , Boro Uuarlus, 1'alnla tlio Clieat, wtxi alt aJnaau4arbeaeltber local or docp-fat;4 aro ImUntly relli'votl anj ipecdiljr cured ty tlio wcll-ltnown JIvp J'lattr, com,ounjfd, ult i, of the roed.clDalTlrtuoioifretUUoia,Gumi lUlaaina and Extncta. It U lndeed IAbfpala. ktlllDg, tlumUtlntf, ootrJlDg aud atrenjrihculng riaati'rcTfrinade. Aik for tbe Jop Jtattr atany druir atore, rrice 25 centa orflre forft, HopTIa nr Co., rroiirictora, J f n & UAWLKY, Oenl Alt'tl, Iloaloa, MaaaJ PLASTER YOUR NAME WILL DE NKATLV affrrN(.aod mdi iHMt-itall 'ur ooly tour l-owil auui)i UVIOM OaU) 00. UMlcallar, VL IIOW TIIK SNOW-MAN PKLT, M The dtar little handa are gnne Rway. The mal1, aoft hnndit. ao bny and klnd, Whlcb hare toflM ao falihfully all the day, And ronndM and nlianfd tne. tfore, bh!n1, My head, and my hat, and my wondrrfat clothf a, And the plpt) ln my tnotith, and my queer long no. " Ai Iotir thry lUytd t waa almoal warm, I conld fl puloe that came and went. A moTement tirrrd ln my ttown f orm Or wa It the clilldrta who ahook and bent, Who atiook me and poondtd, untll 1 felt A lf 1 were real, and golDg to melt f " Now they are gone (o thrlr nnroery teat 1'ray, what li tw T I wlnh that 1 knew t And the rold white lawn lateft for me, And the eold roand moon ln a ky eotdbloe( And the lclcln haodlng alonit the Mve. And the crn(kllng fn.it on the itlff, rtead leavea, " If t only conld rnoY tliew uwleaa feft, 1 Or open thne hfaty arma ooce morf, I would croxa tbe brown traM, alated with aleet, And peep throngti the crack of the narnery door, IIow the little onre would langh with glee Wten they (aw their inow-man comlng to tea t " Bnt not I m fettered nd prlaoned wtllt 1 tnay not move for an Inch, alaat My plpe U ai cold aa an Irlcle, And my pocketa are each a chlll creranet The lonS, lorg nlght mait com and (to, And to-morrow wlll find me itandlnit to." When tbe chtldren ran In Ihe morn to wfk The "now man who ntood there atlff and drear, , They found ft tear on bla froien cheek I Bnt they nerer gnewed that lt waa a leart Hc'a bfgt'nlnu to melt about hla head " That wan all tht the chlldren aalil I Parlty of Lnngunee. lt all nnr bov readers were before me I would like to ak these qneetlonsi How manv nf vnii think that the nae of Blane ln rnnr nnnveraallon 1S euner smarr. or witv f Those who think so may raise ahand. How manyof yon have greater respect-for one who uses low and vulcar lauguaEe? And hn manv think lt manlv to Indulceln pro- faoity 7 I do not think that a elnele hand wonld be ralsed to indicato an alurmatlve answer to any of these nnestiODS. But snppose I ask how many of you rtever make tise of anv such lancusee? Could you all raise a hand ln answer to this queatlon ? I hope the most of you conld. Perhaps the reference to the nse of alanr would keep a few hands down. And lf I ask these few why they make nso of nneh unnecessarv words. which only de- grades them in the eyes of all their asso- ciates wnose lrienosnip jb wonu uavuig, could they give me any reasonable answor, or any exriuse for 80 dofng ? " I neTer Blonrjed to thtnk' anvthine about it," is all the excuse one boy could give, when I questloned nlm on tnls euojecc. Dldn't ston to think." is nulte a common excuse of youth j and sometlraes the habit of not thinking becomos chronlc, and we oarrv lt witn ns inrougn nie lo our own great disadvantage, as well as to the annoy' of all around us. llut remember, boys, it pajs well to stop and think on this 8Ublct. as wen as on an omers ux uui'ui' ' . .. ... . . 1, lL! l UU- tnnce. Acunir wunom luinaiuK walklnr' with the eves shut. Stop an think whether the course you are pursuing is the right one, and then you can go ior, uard whh Tour eve, onon. Aud witn yout eves well orien. and vour conscience awake, I do not think you will ever be gullty of using either slang or vulgar and profane laneuage. And now, boys, I have anothe? queatlon I wish to ask you. While jou may be gullty of noue of the faults already mentioned, how many of you can say that you always use the best, jmrest, and most refined lan gnage that you are master ot ? IIow many of you tr; to speak as correctly as you cati in your daily conversation with one another? Look among your companions, and see if you canuot find thoce who have a pretty fair knowledgeof grammar.who can readily correct almost any exerclse in false eyntax, and yet who use such expressions as the following: "I done it," "he nilgbt have went," "it was me," "there comes Tom and Joe," " it was real good," etc, etc. Among the till more common errors iu theusaof language aro these : the misprc nounciDg of nnacceuted syllables, as tenu bla for terrible: the omissiou of a letter or short syllable, as, goin" for grjing and ev'ry for every; and the runuing of words to gether without giving to every ono a separ ate and distinct pronunciation. I know a boy who says, ' Dou't wanter " when he means " I don't want to j" " whajer say ?" when ne means " what did you say ?" and " Where de go ?" instead of ' Where did he go ?" Sometimes you hear " ficood," instead of "if I conld:" " willfercan," instead of "I wlll lf I csn:" and "honierknow " Ior " how do you know ?" And have you never heard "m m" in stead of "yes," and "ni ni" instead of "noY" Let me eive vou a short conversation I overheard, the other day, between two pu- plls ol our blgu scnooi, ana see li you never heard anythlng sluiilar to it. " warejergo lasnigni i Hadder skate." " Jerfind th'ico hard'n'good ?" "Yes; hard'nough." " Jer goerlone V" "No; llilPu'Joe wenter long." " ilowlate Jerstay 7" " Pastate." "Lmmeknow wenyprgoajjin, woncher? I wantergo'n' showyer bowterskate." " II m, ficoodn' skate better'n you l'd sellout'n'quit." " Well, we II tryerace u seelyeroan. Here they took different streets, and their conversation ceased. Tbese boys wiite their compositions grammatically, and might use gcod language, ai d speak it distlnctly if they would try. But they have got into this careless way of speaking, and make no ef fort to get out of it. Whenever they try to speak. correctly tbey have to gropo their way aiong siowiy, ana tneir expression seenis forced or cramped, as though it were hard work for them to talk. Most every one talks enougn to keep well in rractlce. a'.d those who try to speak correctly on every occasion soon find that tne practlce maiies li juu as easy ior mem to use tbe best language at their command aa to use tbe most common. Try it, boys, aud see if you cannot make some improvement. Keep a close watcn over your conversation, and when you dis cover any habitual error, drop it and sub stitute the correct word, phrase ot moda of expression. You will limi thatit wlll sound much better, aud De Jusi as easuy spoiten. And, aa you get older and enter a different aud wider circle of society, you cau have acqulred for yourself a command of lan guage and a correctnesi of expression of wbich you need not be ashamed. Christian at Work. A Scene lo Sehool. Two boys were in a school-room alone together, when some fireworks, contrary to the master'a express prohibition, exploded. uoe boy aeniea H ; me otner, uen mrisue, would neither aduiit uor deny it, and was severtly flogged for bis obttlnacy. When the boys got alone again, " Why dldn't you deuy it 7" asked the ofleLder. " Because there were only we two, and one of us must have lled," said Ben. "Then why did you not aay I dld it 7" " Urcause you said you dldn't, and I would spare the liar." The boy'a heart melted. Ilen'a moral gal lantry eubdued him. When sehool rcASsembled the young cnl prlt marched up to the master'a desk aud said : " l'lease, slr, I can't bear to be a liar. 1 let oil ;" and he burst into tears. The master'a eye gllsteued on the self accuser, and the uudeserved puulshinent ho had lnllicted on tbeother boy were joined in tbe confesniou, the master walked down to where young (JliriaUe sat, aud said aloud : " Ilen, Ben, lad, he and 1 beg your pardon ; we weie botb to blaiue I" The sehool was bushed and still, as older soholars are apt to be when aoiuetbing true and noble is being done; so still tbey might almost have heard Uen's big boy tears drop plug on hls hook, aa he sat eiijoying the moral triumph wbich subdued himself as well as the rest. And wbeu, from want of anythiug else .to say, he gently criecJ, "Master foreverl" the loud shout of the scholara filled the old wan'a eyes with some tblug beblud his fpecUcles, which made him wipe them before besat down again. Selecleil " Wii.lvim, my son," aays an economlcal mother lo her eou, "for mercy'a ake don't keep on trampiug up and down the lloor in that maiiner you'll wear out your new boots." (He sits down.)" "Tbere jou go sitling dowu I Now, you'll near out your new trouters I I declare, 1 ueyer see such a boy I" Visnou (eudeavonng to impart iuforma- uon to a young uuiuu): " lue mue biru in the cage. belougs to tne finch faiuily, and " Three-year old llstoner i " No, it dou't, It beloogs to me.' FJOOLEY CREAMERS ! Tliplr Supprtorttr Dcmomlrntcd Their Stirc Uithout n famlttt, ein 8Hver JtledaU awarded for auperlortty. AwardMtheOntfl Alfttfil ftt thn Frnnrli Onyermnent m. Thln ln the BM-ond (lol-t Mfrl 1 awardid atlr rom pptltlto mu wlih leHiiinft mHk.oettlpa apparatn of the world by the Freitrh Oovfrntnfnt, Tliey are ffelf.Hklm latn. .. iiiu, uiMiinr in iiio t;rrninuaTiierinv DAVIS SWINC CHURIMI Awardea rirat i'rinl uin over all ty Ibo Imtii MlTloitAL IAlttr Filt.aftrr comtH-tltlre tcnta. Kaaleat In AVnrk, Knalest to Clentt, Alwara ltlitit Sl.le fl. Eureka Butter Worker Cnntenlftit and rll1, KO danger of breaklDg graln of the bultef, A fall line of Ilntter Factory Siipiillea. Senrl ponul for elrcuUra. Vermont farm Machine Company, Rellows FaPs, Vt. EEAI) THIS. f.rriiKr.Tni.. Mlrh.. n t.22. 16). ill. BTriCTt: V?r flr I har thmoiiRbly trlH your "Wmtii ln MtiOyer,"anrl thluk It tli ht-at rtin'ilyfor Woiirn knonn. 1 hare trtol nuraierl n otbr rf niwllt for vat tliir-jrar olfl iHoghtfr with do twtifflt. !! a falllrg no tnnt br ttcement, I ImirmllntAlv putchnfM a twiile t-f loor " Worm UrairoyM." A fw rtonea liiiiirovrrt tirr titnlln, ard a few more rnurel ber to htt nnfarally ,rtty rontHtlon. Al) ftympionia of apaftna hflve roinrlftfljr dUai pcnrfd. 1 fliuiild fl tinnalff KlttiAttt 'he jiinllplne ln l lif tioufe. 1 nv no OMH'tiii to jonr nainv my nime ior rfitrenif, aa I am glau lo iDfgrra filgbtened moilmi of ao yooil a rcmed. Yoiirs reppi'CtfHlly, Sltts. C. P. U'Dttlti. Srut on rrrtlid of 21 ecnts ln ponUgo ntami. AiMrpflH, iieokok . sti:ki:tkk, Orand Italila, Mlch. Aik your liruBglFt for it. tVror aal. lr all rirgulal.ln Monlpfllf r, VI. Jfcnr is Tomt HEART SOUND? Manv people thinl ' ! 1 thtmntlu WcJt and doc tor for Itdntyor Urer troublft, ordypfptn, tehtie fthetruth were lnoun,th rtalcau tnatthehtaru Thirtnorcnti Dr. CltndlnninQ, ttartnngty ay "Qne4hlrdQfmyiulKtthotctii'lhorhMrtdita.n Th heart ottgh about ntntounca, and ytt mnn't ticentylaht ponndt nf blood pane through it onc (n a minuta and a-haf, retinff twt dav or nlght I Surtty llf lubjH-t thoulthavtcarritt ntimtlon. Dr. Grare a ctlthrated phjtBician hai prepared a tpecifleorall heart trouble nndllndred ditorder: Jttilnotrna Dr, (Irnvcft Jlptirt Itreulntor and can be obtdtned atyotirdriigg(t4,tLperbottlt, rtr botltttfor $by erprt. Seiul ttamp or Dr. Grarit' thorovghand exhauetlte treatme. (1) I E. IngalU, Soto American Agent, Concord, y. II. $200.00 REWARD WIU be pald for the deteetlon and conTlclIon ot any person eelllng or dealing ia any bogus, counterfclt or lmitatlon Hor Bittehs, enpcclally Bittora or preparaUons with tbe word Hor or IIor ln their name or concccted therewitli, tbat U intended to mUlead and cheat the pub llc, or for any preparatlon put ln any form, pre tending to be the same as Hoi- Bittebs. The genulno hive cluster of Gheen Hopg- (notlce tbls) prlntcd on the white label, and are the purest nnd best medtcine on earth, especlally for Kldney, Liver and Nerrous Dineasee. Beware of all othera, and of all pretended formulaH or reclpes of Uor Bitteus published ln papers or for pale, as they are frauda and Bwlcdle. Whoever deals ln any but the genulne will be progecuted. IIop Bitteiw Mfq, Co., fift Hochefter, New York. HILLandDRILL PHOSPHATE WITH P0TA8H. Apenerftl Fertlllzer for all crops, and low lu t ce, prepared from tbu boue, blood, aud meat aita ot tho Urlphtou Alwttolr. roaton, ber3 about 100.000 catttuai.d GOOOOOabeep are alaufbtered annuallj. lt la used ln tho lillt or drtll or uroaucaai, enuer atene vr uu mauun, KtvluK vlfjoroun alart, a larper jtold.aud tmprovlnjj tlie qnalitr. Ai we lue aold tbo pnst year niout i;3,0OO tona asaloat 1,000 tonn Iu 1870. lt muBt le Rlvlntf pood atUfactlon. Uifure bujlnfi, axu our local i BOWKER FERTILIZER C BOSTON NE.W TOHlv J I i liTH 1 !BtMaaaaaaaaMaaMaaiaaM PATENTS ! R. H. EDDY, No. 70 State M., oppoIte Kllby, ltoston. Rocurfi Tatenta In thfi UdIusI 8tata alw lo (Ireat Brtuln. France aod ottir forflgn ot.unthM. Coplee ot tbe claiuw f anr Patcnt fiirnlihed bjrpmtitlngoneiio Ur. AMlnnuienU reoordnl nt Wa'iitnKton. Ao Aancvi the Cnxtttt Slattt pottttitt iupenor factfitxtt or vUantng raitnn or TKSTIMtlNIALS. " I rr gard Mr. Edily aa one of tbe mott eapablt and tue ixfut practliloDern wltri wbra I bva hd t fflcUl laicf orM, CUA4. MASON, CoroinlMloner of 1'atcnU," " laventora cannot f inploj a iwraon more triwtwortbr or more capabteof aecunuc ror inem an eany ana itodi oonftiilfmllon atlhw I tmt Offlt-e. tUJlurtH PUUft (( 1ib vuuiminuur;i vt ai-. "lloaroif, Octobcr lt, Wa UR. II. Kddy, Ekj.: Dear Str You procared for iu, In 1M0, my nrl patent. tlnoe tlifn )ou have act-d for and adTtod me to bundredi of caaw, and procuml mnj ptcnii, rr-Unut-a and eiterxloni. I bare oucnaionallj fni Ii'otth) tlie bnt aeonctea lo ew Ymk, I'hlla1elnla aud Waoblnuton. but 1 itlll Rlve you aliooat tbe wbole of utj bmlnewi, tn tour llne, aud advlae otht-re to niplo you. ' Youra truly. UEOKUE DRAl'FK," H oloii , Januajj 1, 1883. WILL CERTAINLY CURE Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sorc Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza. Asth ma. Whooping Cough. Croup, and every Affectlon of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including1 Con BumptioiL Sold by all Dmggists. WILBOIl'S COMPOUND OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND LIME. A AVIlbor'a ('iHl.UTer OH ttnd Ltmr.-The Btreat populailty of Ihlawle and cAb'acloua preparatlou taaioie attrlbuutle to tu lulrlni'lo wnli. ln th oure of C'ouuba, Oolda, Attbtua, ltnucbltU, Uhooilng Cough, 8ciofuloua lluinora, aud all Coutumptlve hviui'toms, It baa no ru lunrtnr. Ifaniial. Int nn ona bfiflrrt tliH carlv atUIDU'ina tf dlhfiet h iu n an affnt ta at liaod w bich wbi cura all im; nliiitit or tha ('titwt. Lunua. or ll.rot. iQfvotun ouly bi A, 11, WiLya, Cbfiulat, lloaton, driliEKlitU, 8old by W npiivn UMiiTrn VVV.nYV lltitf Me.iliia rvf r IiitpiiIcI. 01 kwi a 1Itp1 BtocUoga ita and TOB comitltte, tn tt tulnuta. H wlllaUo Lnlt a areat varicty of Xancj work for wblih tbtre U alwnyaarea1yrairkit. Hrnd r-r dTtilsr and terim to the TwomMy lt tiltt tnic Mavclttne C'o.f liSTreiuoiit bUtn.t.liotlvu Uum, PENSIONS TO ALL.-BoMlft lhtere dliuiUt d by ound..i.t-af ,ac itdrnt or ollf wtw. im innltt-r iiktnt. nrv ittiivl tii a lieiiHluii. WhlciH. maitiMr. kiiia nt lilleia d.lnaln ot a.lUi-ia d) Iny ia llm t um, or KtlviHaida froiiicauut wblib orlgluaUd m tlTVke, a' miuiwlto ;T.mta";llncreasc of Pcnslons any Uiue wliuu Ihe dl ahluiy wanauU lt. All peuloura Mbowi'e tauittoo low are enUUed lo au lovieaMttt 10. llou. Krjeclul aud abnduud clainia ,htUU, Clnni- Wnjliiuaiou, 1. V. Uot i Mcst Butter,