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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1883.
6 ANOTHIiK YKAll. Anotner year l dawnlng I Dear Mniter, let It be. In worklng or In waltlng. Another car wllh theet Another year of leantng Upon thy lovlng breaat, Of ever-deopealng trnalfutneai, 01 qulot, happyreatj Another yearof merclea, Of falthfnlneaa andgraoei Another year of gladneaa ln tbe ahlnlng of thy face AnoUier ye.tr of progreot, Another year of prale Another yoaror' provlng Thy preaence " all the dayi Another year of aervlce, Ot witoeM torthy lovej Another year of tralnlng For tioUer worka above. Anotlier year la dawnlng I Dear Maater, let lt bo On earth, or elee In hcaven, Anolher year f or tliee I X. Jlatergal. Deacon Lce's Exporlcncc. Deacon Leo, who waa a kindly, silent, faitbf al, gracious man, waa one day waited nrxm bv a restless. ambitious. worldlv efiuroh-member, who was laboring to cre- ato uneasinoas in tbe church, and espe' eially to drive away the minister. The deacon catne in to meot his vis- itor, who, after tho usual greetings, began to lament the low stato of religion, and inquired as to the reason why thore had been no revival for the last two or threo years. " Now what do you think is the causo of things being dull here ?" The deacon waa not ready to give his opinion, and, after a little thought, frankly answered, " L don t know. " I)o you think the churchea are alive to tbe work beiore them r No, I don't." A twlnklo was seen in the eye of the troublor in Zion, nnd, taking conrage, he asked, " uo you tmns iur. li. a very ex traordinary man ?" " No, I don't." uo you tninK nis sermons are any- unng wonderiuiiy greal t ' " No, I don't." " Then don't you think we had better dismisa tbia man and hire another 7 The old deacon started, as if shot with an arrow, aud, in a tone louder than his wont, ahouted, " No, I don't." " You talk so little, sir," replied tho queationer, not a little abashed, that no one can nnd out what you do tnean. " "I talked enough once," replied the oia man, nsing to hia leet, " lor aix pray. ing Chriatiana. Thirty years ago I got my heart humbled and my tongue bridled, and ever aince tnat 1 ve wal&ed softlv bo- fore God. I then made vowe, soleinn as eternity, and don't tempt mo to break them." xao irouoior was aiartiea at tbe earn estnesa of the hitherto silent, immovab'e man, and aaked, " What happenod to you uiiriy yeara ago r " " Well, air, I'll tell you. I was drawn into a acheme just like this of yours, to nproot one of God's aervauta from the field in which he had planted hira. In my blindness I fancied it a little thing to remove one of thn ntftrs ' whinVi .Tanno holds in his richt hand. if therebv mv nr conld be tickled by more flowing words, and the pews filled with thoso who turned away from th simplicityerftfee-Mjspel. that 1 was a dupe and a lool llattered ourselves that we were doing God a ser vic when wo drove that holy man from tbe pnlpit and hia work, and said we con- sidered hia work done in B , where I then lived. We groaued because there was no revival while wa were gossiping about and criticisbg and crushing him, lnstead of npholdiug him by our efforta and our prayers, the very instrnment at whoBe hand we harahly demanded the blessings. " AVell, sir, he could not drag on tho chariot of salvation with half a dozen of ns tannting him for his weakness, while wo hung as a dead weight to the wheels ; he had not the spirit, as we thought, and conld not convert men ; so we hunted him like a deer, till, worn and bleeding, he fled into a covert to die. " Scarcely had he gone, when God eame in among na by his Spirit, to show that he had blessed the labors of his dear, rejected servant. Our own hearts were broken, and our wayward children con verted j and 1 resolved, at a convenient season, to visit my former pastor and con less my sin, and thank him for hia faith fulnesa to my wayward aona, which, like long-buried seed, had now aprung up. But God denied mo that relief, that he might teach me a lesson that every child of his ought to learn that he who touch etli one of his little ones toucbeth the npple of his eye. " I heard my pastor was ill, and, taking my oldest aon with me, set out on a twenty-five mile ride to see hira. It was ovening when I arrived, and hia wife, with th snirit whip.h anv wnmn nncrht. to ezbibit tbward one who badso wronged her husband, denied me admittanco to his t. r . , b . ohamber. Sho said (and her words were like arrowa to my soul), 'He may be dy ing, and tbe aight of your face might add to hia anguish.' Had it come to this, I uaid to inyself, that tbe man wbose labors had, through Christ, brought me into his loid, who had oonsoled my spirit in a ter nble bereaveraent, and who had, until designing men had alienated us, been to me a brother tbat this man could not die in psace with my face beforo him ? Uod pity me r 1 cned : ' what have I done ? ' I confessed my sins to that meek woman, and implored her, for Christ's aake, to let me kneel before his dying ser vant and receive his forgiveness. " What did I care then whether the powa by the door were ronted or not ? I would gladly have taken the whole family to my home forever, aa my fleah and blood ; but no such happiness was in atore forme, " As I entered the room of the blessed warrior, whose armor was falling from his iimos, ne openea nis eyes and said, 1 Uroth' or Lee I Urother Lse 1 ' I bent over him; and sobbed out, ' My pastor I ' Then. raiainglus white hand, heaald, in adeep, ImnrPnqiVH VfilnP ' Tniinll tinf. mlna annl.it. impressive voice, ' Touoh not mine anoiut- od, and do my prophots no harm.' " I apoke tenderly to hira, and told hira I had come to coufess my sin and briug some of his fruit to him (calling my son to tell him how ho had found Christl. Uut he was tinconscious of all around him : the sight of my face had brought the last nancr of earth to his troubled snirit. I kissed his brow and told him how dear he had been to me. I craved his pardon for roy nnfaithfulness, and promised hira to oro for his widow and fatherless little ones : but his only reply, murmured as if in a troubled dream, was, Touch not mino anointod, and do my prophots no harm.' " I staid by him all night, and at day broak I cloacd his eyes. " I offered hia widow a house to live in tbe romainder of hor days ; but, like a herolne, aho aatd: 'I freely forgiveyou, but my ohildron, who ontored deeply into their father's angulsh, ahall never aee me ao regardlesa of his momory as to take anythlng Irom tliose who causeu it. iie has left ua all with his covenant God, and he wlll care for us.' "Well. Bir. thoae dyine words eounded in my ears from that coflin, and from tho erave. When 1 slept. unrist stood do- fore my dream, saying, ' Touch not mine anolnted, do my propheia tio narm. These words followed me till I fully real- ized tho osteem ln which Christ holds thoso 30 men who havo given up all for his e, and I vowed to love thora evernioro i. for his aake, even if they aro not porfect. And alnco that day, sir 1 Uave taiKed leaH than beforo. aud havo aunnorted mv pastor, even if he ia not a very extraordi narv man. mv toncue suaii cieave 10 ine rool ot my moutn, and my ngnt naud lor get its ounning, beforo I dare to pnt asunder wnat Uod naB loined togotner. When a miniater'a work is done in a tilace, I believe God will show it to him. I will not joln you, air, in the acheme that brought you here; and, moreover, if I hear another word of this from your lips, I ahall ask the brethren to deal witb you as with ohe who causea dlvislona. " I would civo all I own to recall what I did thirty yeara ago. " Stop where you are, and pray Uod, n perchance tho thought of your hear, may be foreiven you." j.uis uociueu leiuy mt nuu ouu uj iuu nowcomer's ellorta to get a minister wno could make more ol a stir. Tnere ls otten great power in tho little word 11 no ;" but sometimes it requtrea not a little courago to epeaic lt bo resomtely as did tho aiient deacon. Uhrisltan Mcstenger. I Wlsh I llnd Known it Ucrorc. A beautiful woman layon a bedof sick- nesa in an olegant residenco on one of tho tmest and most lasbionable of lios- ton'a brofld avenues. She was surrounded by every luxury, and attended by kind friends anzious to anticipate every wleli, and to relieve the monotouy of her weary, painful days in every possible manuer. One afterncon she opened her eyes and said, in a low, weas voice : " Read to me. nlease. 0 dear. how I wiah there was something new in matter and manner in the literary world I I am so tired of evervthine I" Her sister went to tho next room for a book of poeras. and while ahe was gone the profesaioual nurse, who aat beside her bed, took from the pocket of her plain drab wrapper a sraall Bible, opened it, and began to read in a subdued voice : " And aeeing the multitude he went up into the mountain ; and when ho waa aet his disciplea cauie unto him, and he opened his mouth and taught them, aay- inc" The sick woman listened attentively until the nurse pauaed with the words, " And tho people were astonished at his doctrino, for he taught as one having au- thonty, and not as the scribes. " Tnat is beautiful," she said ; "that will create Bensation I Who wrota it ? Where did you get it V " " Why," said the nurao, in astoniah- ment, lookingwith surpriseat her patient, and thiuklng at hrst ahe was wandenng in her mind, " its the Bible I Christ's Sermon on the Mount, you know." " That in the Bible 1 Anything so beau tiful and so good as that m the iiible t " " What did you auppse was in the Bible, if not aomething good ? " asked the nurae, seriously, yet amiling in spite of hsrs9lf,at hfr'patient'a toue o sur- pnse and lucredulity. " U, L don't Know. i never mougni much about it. I never opened a Bible in my life. lt was a matter of pnde with mv father to never have a iiible in tho house. How did this one come here l 0 1 it is vours your pocket-liible. lt is atrange you should have surprised me into listemiic to a chapter, and tbat I should have been bo cnarmed, and not Know to what I was listening." " You have certainly heard tho iiible read in church V" asked the nurae, in sur- pnse. " JMot l : i nave never Deon 10 cnurcn. We have always made Sunday a holdiay, Pana cot into that way in Paris. We have been to all popular places of amuae- meut. of course, but never to church I havo never thooghc about the iiible. 1 did not auppose it had literary merit. 1 had no ldea it was wntten in tno simpie, beautiful stvle of the portion you have just read. I wish I had known it before." A iow nours lacer nor oisease iook a fatal turn. The physician came and told her that her time on earth was very snort, She would never see another sunriee. "It cannot be possible," she said: "I never supposed it possiblo for deatb to come to me. What was the .prayer you read, nurse ? 1 Our Fa'.her, which art in heaven. Say it with me, husband, and he did so. " I wish I had known it before," said she, over and over, until she fell into a sleep from which she never awoke, and r nM.a nrna tha laat wn.l nnnti her dying lips. The nurse said it was tne saddost expo- rionce of her career to see tbat beautiful, gifted young woman, with kind friends, a loving husband and a beautiful bome, who had all her lila taken pnde in ignor- turn, when deatb came, from everything she had pnzsd to the little despised booe, and die with the cry upon her lips, " 1 wish I had known it before." ChrUtian Observer, God's Way. God has many a Wartburg for his peo ple. He Heems to beset them behind and before with his friendly bandittiof trouble or disappointment, and bears ttiorn away into silence and soiitude, and pernaps Buffering. It Iooks to them, as with Job, as if their purposos were broken off, and perbaps their me a lailure. liut their gracious Sovereign, to whom the cause is as dear as to themselves, has done this. Iie has hidden them in his pavilloti lor a Hflasnn till some danger, pernaps unseen bv them, ia overpabt. Ho has secreted tUnm tn 1.! t nl.a.n nnln tlinf tliatr Ynav them in AHO mUDillltUlV kuay ki.uj imuj learn more intimately the secret of the Lord and abide under the shadow 01 tne Almichtv. IIo haa resorted to a system of compulsory education. Ilo haa forced them out of a selt-choseu path into one which, if thoy will humbly aud diligontly mquiro his will, Bbaii not oniy not sus- peud their "uselulness, ' but Bhau crown and Bupplemout their eervice of the Mus- ter. Inlelltgencer Samson got his honey out of the vory Iton that roared against him. The (Jhris- tian often getn his bost blussings out of his groateBt seemlng calamities. Good Way. Gon novor accepts a good incllnatlon instead ot a good actlon, where tbat ao- tion may be done. South, ew dvtvtinmxtnin, I ALL ai wnmof Dcconitioi&s ! Pnpcr llnngings for wnlls an(J ccilillgS, "WilldoW ShadCS, . ' UUltaill 1'OlOS 111 Ul'asS, VY ai . i ir.hnnv fllUHh with lluc allu UO11 I1I11HI1) W1U1 Bl'aSB aild "Wood TriminillgS. Window Shades a spocialty, and litted in the bcst manncr and trimmed in the nowest Btyle. An exam ination rcspectfully solicited at J. C. EMERY'S, t r jvi. joiirj luiv i woi-vrriui, MONTPELIER, VT. Q Tho Greatest Blood Purifinr, OK EARTII. ThlsGrcatGcrmnn jrodlclno Is com nosca or. xcuow jock, jiianarauc, Ocntlan. Danclclion, junirci- jior rlca, ctc, comuinca wiui tno r.x atract 01. buipnur, -wuica inuiwca ir. tho Grcatcst Jllood I'urlHori I knoTO. Uo not ovcr tato BLUE PILLS rf nrfnlrt. thnr nro dcniW. ff io""- "ia I'laco your xnis. in coli- Ityou iro Blcl:. no fmattcrwlitttoas ) ou, uso ki Mxam Mbrcatn loui tnaor BTJfcns vo- xonr ttomwrjon'twalt untll vou J """"nro iiut on your baolc, SffJEBffiL cuni you. Eulph'ur lttr3l3 ropy, ciouuy InTfilld's Trlcnd. or iiicu-viui' orcaF Xhe TOtmff. t'.ionccil cnd toS' IT IS tcrinjjwo BOonmadowcU by t9U0. lEcnicmbcr what vnn rcad hcrc, 1D may uavo your o? ff Don't wait uatll to-morro vr. r Aroyoulow-FrlriteilonaweaK.or . cnllorins fVom tho oTroP'i nfyonth? J t to, butJ'uuii liii iiiiia ylu curs you. Bell's Ons Minute GureforTooHiachagiS mce, iweniy-nyo ccnu. Half Out of His H. Ulet?d be the mnn," r.M Don Qulxote'n ncry pqulre. "who lnvnteil nlwp." Sanchos gratltude li outb, bnt what If onecinnot for any re-iBon enjoy that eTcellent Invontion? " NervonnneM ln nie hadbecomo a dleue," wrltei Mr. Wll!tamCo!eman,tlieweIl knonn who'ewle drngglotof Itnffilo, N. Y. 1 could not f!eep, and mynlghlswere rlther paMd ln that Bort of rJHt!oMiea which nearly cmzea a inw, or tn a Ut'id of Rtupir, Imunte l hy tormeBtliig dreitim. Having taken TARKKR'fl Tosic for other trouble?, 1 trlM It alao for th!, The imult both nurprlseil and dfllghted mo. My n)ivM wre toned to concrt pltch, and, like Ctoat'n f it men, l fell Into the rnnkn of thoe who sUep o nlghU. I nhould adtl that theTonic npeeiuy did away with the condltlon of Benerril debllity and dynpepHUw casloneU by my prevloit 8lwpl(8ne and Rve ine ntrength and perfect dlgeMlon. In bilcf, the meof the Tonlo Ihorouhly re-enUblUhed my heillh. I have ttn'd I'akkbr'0 Tosic wllh etitlre ucccfH forit'acIcknfM and for the Ixfwel dlordera lnc'dent to oceau voyagH." ThlApreparatlonhn heittoforo been Known as l'AU- KEK'a (ItNOER Tonic. IIre.ifter lt wlll be advertloed and ftold under the name of 1'akker's Tonig oinlUlug the word " Rlnger' Iliacox ,t Co, are tnduml to make tliUchniKO by the actlon of unprlnclpUd dealers who hnve for ye,tr deA:elvel thlr customers by aubtdltu'lng Interlor prfpautbnn under tbe name of ging-r, We drop tha ml!eadlng word all the more wllllngl), nt gln ger 1 an unlinporUnt flwoilni lngredlent lnourToulc 'leae rtmtmbvr that no change has been.orwjll be, madeln the prepiralion ltaelf, and all ttottlex rtiiMlbln hithe hnli of deAlers, wrappel under the name of I'arkkr's Ginokh ToniCi coutaln the genutne fnedlfice lf the fdc-?lmile Rlgnatureof Iliecui: & Co lt at the bot tom of theculBlde wrapper. Continuelroni last treck.) How Watch Cases are Made. A plato of Kl.m uom M 2-10 karats fino is soldeml on tuch &ido of a platu of hard nickel coniposition mutal, smd tho threo aro then passcd bctwecn polishcd stcel rollers. Frum this )latc the various parUiofthocasus bacUs,ccnters,bczcls,ctc. are cut and shaped by diea aud formcrs. The gold is thiek enough to adinit of all kinds of chahiug, cngravmg, and cngine tuniing. Tho compoaition inetal gives it necded eircnrjth, ttiffntss and solidity, hilo the tcri(cn guanmteo of tho maniifaeturers tcarranting eaeh itiso to wcnr tuenty years provcs tliat it contains all the gold that can pobsibly bc needed. ThU guaranteo is given from actuul result, ns many nf thcfeo cases havo been worn perfectly Kinooth by years of umi without weanng through the gold. DunuQUE, Ia., Bm. 11. 188.1. I liavo umJ one cf your Janioa Bokb' Go!il Wat li CaHoa for M!cnt(icn ycaro. I bouKbt lt MiuiMiauil and Vnow of lta lia1nw lxcu liaca beforo I Kot it, but do not know how lontr. It loolm kooiI for tca ycar lonftcr. Did not Bimix'ct lt was a nllod cao untll fo lnformed by a JcweliT a Bliort tlmo tlnc I moftt ctaMrfully ri'coimnc.ud your caH to bo all they aro rerrt'nentod to be, and more. O. Ml'ClUNKY, llrp. Ctil. Jnl. Iln. 11 Dli. lou-a. arnil S rrut tup to Krf.lon WMtth C'ma Ftrlorln, rtillt. rfrlphl, l' for bftnil.uin lUa.lrillril 1'aiupnlcLLuwliiK ho IftjUM liu.. a4 Krj.tone Matrli Ca.r knr luftln. (Tn le Cuntinwd, n This poroug jla.stcr ii Absolutcly the Ixst over mado, comblnlus tho vlrtuo. of hopji with mim. iMiliaral and cx PLASTER tracU Ua imwcr ti wondcrfnl ia curlnj dlscanvs whc cther plastcrs elmply rihoto. Crlek ln tho rtaclc and ccK, l'ain ln 1:10 biuu or umba, Ktur Jolnts and Mu.icle9, Kldncr Troubloj, Uhoumat sm, Koural.-la, Boro Chest, Atroctloniof tho Heart cnd Uvcr.andallpoltuoraehes In ny part cured liutantly tijr tlio Ilop Fltutcr. tST Try L.AME BACK t lt. f iei sj centi or nro f or fl 0 Malled on rocclnt of nrlro. Soiii i.t all dru,rUta and country storua. lloii Plaster Cumjjunt, rroprlctors, Hobton, tlaaa. t jTFor constiputlon, lotmof oppt'tltu cndtiiscaspBof the bowcls taJte Hawjey'g Btomacti and UverPHK tlccnts. R, R, RIKER, DRAPER and TAILOR, Btlitt) KtriHit, Moiitiicllnr, Vt., Cnll and makea up all carmenU In the lntert laihlon t hl.pld atand. Iliifrlii aud Uonu CunU mnlnnnd rrpalred at lihi tulloilug roouu, up uln, 18-SO I HOP Jfcw $dv$rt'mmmto. BEAUTY SOAP r1tHfepttieroreopen,tlieoll Rlaudn anil luhi ao X tlve, atirt thua fnrnlnh an nntlet for ImpuMtlm In the iTilratlon and blootl, wlilch raiua hnmlllaUng blotelie, Mnckheari aml mlnor fkln hlemlahr, e. peclallyof InfanUi to cb ame, wblten nnd lieantlfy tbe altln, remove tan, rr klen. aanburn and oHymattri to keep tho hinds folt, white and freo from rhapa and rouuhneM, prevent contnnlouii akln and acalp dleai4, and to provvle an etqnlnlle ikln beantiner and tollet, bath and nnrwrT aanatlve, redolent wllh iHlelma flower ndora and Cuticuka heallnff lalflamfl, urte ttie Cdtiocr Hoaf. Indorped by phyMcUn and rbemlnta na ato lulelypnraandhlghlymodlolnal. Balea 1881-M l,W,tiW cakea. THE HERITAGE OF WOE, Mlfcry. thAtne and eKonyoften befineathe! m a nola Irgacy to childrfn hjr parentfl, ln negiected Hcrofnla, To cleAnnftlliflbloodof UilAheredltary rolfon,Rnrt ihnn re more the rnot pfoliflo caiiRe of human nufrerlog, to clfar the skln of illfflfturlnK hninoti, lU-ltlDg torture, hntnllii- imKerHpiionn.ana lotiinnomsporu CAtin.'a ny n( 10 punry ana beautiry tne Kn, ana rfruw me nmr Rothhtno trareof UiedltvAMtfinAlns. Cuticuba Kksoltrht, th new hlootl pnrlfier. dluretlo and airlent, and Cuticcba and CL'ticcka Hoaf, the great ektn euresand beaullflett, are iniaiiiuie. HAD SALT tiHEllli In the moflt AErsrraTAtM form for Heht Ttars. No klnd of Ireatment. nipdiclne or doctorn did tne any permanent '.orni, ny jiiouan in jiniaen Know now i sunerm. iVhen I bt firan to une the CL'ticcea Usmkdibs mt llmbi were no raw and tcnder that I conld not bmr mv w)cht on uieni wiinonv uie tKin cibckipk ann uieeaing, ana wm ounpeti io ko hooui on cruicnen. upeu me uuti cura Kkhrdies flre moiillifl, and waa cnmpletelv and Iftinanently curtd. M&. 8. A.HKOWN.MaidentManrT, iteierwicPH ; Any cmen 01 jtiamen. jhiu. IhAvehecn AfTllcted with troubleaoma iktti dl'eAM. ixjverii'g niinimi wiuyivwiy iuo uvpr pnri 01 iny ixxiy CAtilnu nivnkln to BMunie a ronDer.colorfd Imp. II couiii ie ruoufHi cii ime nanuniu, ana ai iiniPA caufica lntolTAMe ItrhlrK and the niotnt intenw sufferlnn. I have ued btood Diiriflcrn. nllln. and other ailvprtijifvl remeoieA, out expenfnwH no rfiier nnin l prorurea the Cdticlr Kkukdies. which althoiiEh usM carplMRlv andlrrenularlv.cured me. allATlniz that terrlble ltehloe. and rmonnsniyrKin louinAUirHi ooinr. 1 am wuung 10 mKe ninnaTU 10 mo iruui 01 una EiaiPiiipni. Milan, MlCh. t. . nUXTON, KoMhyaHdriifigttttA. ('t'TicCKA.ftOcenU; Hksolvent, SI; SuAr,2cent, I'ottek Drco and Ciirmioal Co, lioston.MaBS. Smd fir "llivtii Curo Mtln WlMtim,' TIia Grcat ItaUnmln nUtlllntlon or TVKcli llnzel, Aiiierlruii IMne. CanHfllnN lrur, AlHrlKoIdt CUtvor IDossoui, etc, For the ImrmdlAte Itllef and rorinanent Cnre of every form of UAtarrh, from a Mmple Hnd Cold or Infliienza to IhnLoiH of Smoll, 'htU and HenrlnL', Coucti, llron chltl. and Inolplfnt Conpimiptlon, Itpllef ln 11 ve niln ntes ln any and every ce. othlng like lt, (Jrateful, fraerant, vholeoinp, Cwre beglnBfroniflntpplicAtlon, and ls rnpldt radlcAl, permaneut and never falUnK. On bottlft lUdlc-tl Cure, oue Hor Catanhal Kolrent andSanford's Inhaler, all ln one package, formtrp a coinplete treattnentt of all drupBlctn, for 81. Ank for Banford'b KadicalCu&x. I'ottks Drco ad Ciipm ical ( o., ltonton. For the relief and prevenUon, the limtnnt lt 1ft npplll.of Itlicn- a j yinRt!in),NeuralglfttScbtia,Coiigh, Xf4p)'.. Coldo, Wfak Ilack, Slcinacb aml TV y yZ. "ow,'" Siiootlng l'nlm, Snmbnew, - V Y CxX. HjMerla, FeuiAle 1'alDff, 1'Alplla f .n2EJ'A tinn. I)jicpla, Llver Ccmplalnt, y7t$ "V i'Hloun Krver. llalarla and Kpl C , rVniV v (Umicn, ne Collliin' ritinter L7I . fNNnn Klfctrlc Vntlrry comblDwl pl a Si-aS uitha I'oroim lHHtr)anillaiiRti "5lt" atimlu. 25 cmt very w here. Loss and Gain. CHAr-TKB I. "I w.stakfuflckaywir ano With blllous JeYer." " My doctor pronounced me cured, but I got plck again, with terrlblo palos ln my back and Blde, and I got so bad I Conld not movel I slirunk! From 228 ltw. to 1201 I had been doctorlng for my livor, but lt did mo no good. I did not expect to live more than three montlta. 1 be gnn to tiRO Hop Bitters. Dlrtctly my nppetlte returned, my p-tln9 left me, my entire p yctem seemed renewed m U by magle, and after uf ing several bottles I am not only a sotind ns n sovoremn uut weign more tnan i am Deioro. To Hop Bltters I owo roy llfe." Dublin, Juno 0, '81. K. FiTzrATmcK. Hovr to Get Sick. Exposo yourself day and night; eat too much without oxerclpo; work too hard without rest; doctor all the time; tako all tho vlle nostrnms ndvcrtised, and then vou will want to know how to net well, wlildi U answered ia threo worda Take Ilop Ulttorx! THTTrnnnn '0 HH 1111 1 Ull UJJ11 0 113 The (ireatcst I'uhi Allcvlntor Known. Wlll nulet the vnln lnUntlv ln ouch m Lame Hack. HLeiimatlr'm. Neurrtkna. InfianinnUonof the Kld ney, Imng and Throat Aff'ftlon. Cronp, and Riulden nalni of everv klnd: and for Female Weaknet. lt beatn all the ptllfl ln the world, Thousnd are now under featmeut for dtseaftes which a MltchaU'fl Jtelladonna l'laster would bave nrevented. Manv In the flr?t nLnceH of conKtimptlon. who begln to feel their case hopelws, can va cureu uy uifir couumifu aiui iwmmusui un, MANrFACTUHED AT TIIK NOVELTY PLASTER WORKS (KstaUIhedl66l), LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A. sold ny pituooisTs eveiiywiieuk. ELY'S CREAM BALM EiTectually cleAnpes the iihbiI panRgge of Ca- tarrmu viru, caaMng healthT necietlons. al- Uy lnflHmmatlon, pro tecta the merabrane from addltlonat colds, xmiptetely Iiealn the orea and rertorea the nnse of tflftB and Pinell. Iteneflclal resulUi arere allzed by a few appllca- uonx. a inorouftu ireai ment wtll cure Catarrh llav-Fever. etc. Un pnuated for ooldn ln thfl head, AjfrtwMe to ne, Apply by thellttleflnner Into the noMrilR, Wtll dHlver by mall. Fitty drugpstii. Kl.YS' CHKAlt 11ALM C0 Oweno, N, Y. WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP PURE COD LIVER OIL AND LIME. TntllH lflllviltlllltlVH AVIllintu fTfimiif.ritifl ot Cou I.ivkk Oil nn I.iuk, wlihout punMii)K iha very tmiiHaUiiK lltvor of the nittclH hh lierttofore uhpiI. Hrnduvtnl bv tbe I'hoii.lialn of l.lme wllh n hrallni proncrtv wliii li rendera llie Olldoubly iniiwclniu. -uiai kbt tf tlnionUU of lt rflltincy c-tu W vliown. Sold by.. ii, nueoK i iieurtt, norton, and all drugsKU F1STULA AND PILES Cured wlthoiit tho Uso of tho Kulfc. WIM.lA511tKAIl(M.l)..lIarvar.l.lM3).andli01IBItT M. HKAIl (M. II, llarvard, 187b), nlllo.'ii, Kvnna HiiiiHH. llftl'n'tiioiitMrrot. ItiiHlon. RlvenpocUI Kttonllon lu thn trealiuent or KIHTIJI.A, IMI.ICH ANII AM. IIIHKAMHH iiV TIIK KlCd'MJlM. vilthont detxntlon lioui buslunu. Abumlaulrefeieiioii glveu. rnipniet iwut on appllcaUou, oince nonra li CatarrH A. u. to r, u, (cxirpi Huudayn). Bi-JJ cmpitrnticit. Tho I'hllosophy of Llquor. A Wcstern contomporarv, referVintr to tho Hquor dealor's raanifosto issued dur ing the recent campalgn in Ohio, says : "ii ia one 01 ine moat cunoua documenta ever put in print, and is calculated to com pletely roverae ono's ideas as to whatrofllly constitutcs tho wealth of nations. We had aupposed that to mako a poplo rich and prosporous it wns neceasary firat to tako aomething from the soll, and then to digor cut down somethitig, and then to incroaao tho valuo of that something by changing its form. Thus a ponnd of iron, worth a cont or auch a matter, by golng through tho varioua proceasea neceBaary to convort it into watch springs, becomes worth some thouaands of dollars, the dif ference botween th original cost of the iron and the springs representing the labor and profits that have been added. And, moreover, we were laboring under tho delusion that the royal road to wealth was to earn 82 a day and live upon $1,50, and save the other fifty cents, that that might accumulate, and, when it had grown to sufGcient proportlons, earn somo thing. Following out this theory it would seem that sobriety would bo an important factor in the acoumulation of wealth, it naving oeen neretoiore held that money spent in unnecessary luxuries waa wasted, and that to properly labor, mnch less to do businoss, there could not be too much sobriety. And likewiso the delusion has always obtained tbat no man was worth a aiways obtained that no man was worth a centtoacommunitywhodidnotproduce someining. ine gamnier rents rooms and eats and wears, but ashofllches what ua cuio nuiu ina iiciguuuru uo nas aiwaya rJ Se aLa,ir . SS! J0.! it were. Somo kinds of business make a profit from him, but his location in a citv is not to be desired. He toila not, neither does he spin, but he eats, and he is a loss 10 a community by just as much as he consumes. All these old-time theones tho manifesto of the brewers rudely reverses. i ney assert that the proper wav for a peo' ple to get rich is to have so many brow- able-bodied men to sell their produot, and the entiro population swallow this beer and pay about four hundred per cent profit on it. They would not have tho drinker cease his work cntirely, for if he did not work he could not pav for beer : but iney would have him spend for beer every cent above the commonest nossiblo subsistence for himself and children. The brewers may deny that this is the locical ,.,. l !.! !l! i l j? i atijucuiio kil bucn piupuaxtiuu, uut aeniai avails nothing in the face of facta. They fenow tnat when a laborer haa acquired the habit of swallowing their product his wages ro thorefor, tbat the wives and familiea of those who tarry long at their pine tables are not as well clothed.as well led or as well housed as thoso who give them a wide berth. This is a rule to which there are. of course. few excerv tions. Tho brewers do give employment to coopers, to harness-makers. conDor. smiths and various other trades, for their horses cannot pull without harness, nor can they send out beer without casks. Likewise they do corral a creat deal of money, which ia n&tural, aa they havo a urac mortgago and a preierred bond upon the stomach of every man who has acqnired a likingfor their liver-congesting DBverage. uui wnat avaiis this accmnu- lation of money in the hands of tho brew ers and their beer-sellers, if tho resolt of their trado is benehcial only to them aelvesV Tho dry.goods man is injured, for the money that wonld be expended in mo oressing oi wives ana children ia swallowed up in the rapacious maw of tne beer-seuer'a uu. 1 ne shoe men are hurt, and so are the bakers, the butchers, tho tailors, the masonsand tbecarpentere. Tbe half-boozy man in a beer saloon isu't building a house for his family, nor is he nuying tno comtorta ot me extravacrantlv. He has a tape worni in his stomach which demanda everything, and generally geta it And then, what availa a city to have busi nesa on one hand and taxcs on the other? Population is a great thing, but Biippose that a certain percentage of that popula tion is in the jails and infirmaries? What good is a population that requirea an army of police to care for it, and which calls for the intervention of judges and juries and all these expensive luxuries? nat good to rent a room for a saloon, and bo compelled to pay tbat rent to the support of pauperisra and the caring for critntnais made by tbe saloon This sort of financiering is akin to that of taking money out of one pocket and putting it in the other with a lealc in tha other, The less rum iu a community, tbe more weaithy tbe.community. io wealth was ... .1 u.. .1 i ; ..: . . : .i atupefyitig maukind. You don't get something lor nothing, and beer and whisky Bwaiiowed is worse than nothing. The beer brewers will have to try again before thoy convince the public that their busineca is ao important to tho world aa to require the protecting care of a great party. lt will tase a great many mani- festos to convince us tbat the trade, as was slavery, is an absolutely holy institu- tion to which all men must doff their bats, and the propriety of which must not be questioned. Everybody has eomething to do with it, and a great many people are making it their especial busiuess this f all." PuoniniTiON is a good cause, but pro- hibition politics is not necessarily on the same high moral plane. It savored of worldliness, not to say of aharp praotico, for the prohibitory state committee to send a catechism to ono candidato for the oflico of governor, in the late oanvass, and negiect to asK a question ot tbe other. iiiven 11 tno lnquisillon had been lrapar tial, what reason could they have had to expect an answer f lt was not the nues- tion of voter.s desiring information in the light ot which to determine their vote, but of a committee pledged to anotber candidate, whoso only object could have been to securo ammuuitiou for their cam- p:tigi). It is not usual for the caudidate of oue party to hold himself responsible to tho committee ot au opposing party. llotlon IFincunan. Ani the bitter and itnpovorishing fruit extends over the border and into the un seen aud hereafter. Tho doom of tho drunkard does not end with his earthly state. Iie is oxcluded from light and joy and everlastincr life. Without he niU9t remain forever, for he is classified by tin- erring wiBdoni with tnose who stiaii in no wiso enter through the gates into Jerusa- lem thy liolden. Tiiose who drink and livo riotously, aud wonder why their faces aro blotohv and their pockets euipty, would cease to wonder il they had two graius of wisdom Thoy might us well ask an elm troo for pears as expect hoaith and wealth from looso habita. Those who go to a publio houeo for happinesa olimb a treo to iind fiali. rfiiu dvctitincmenfn. Instruclion Given In -BY- I r QIIMAM Mnnf nolmr l Jl r. blLIYIAIN, IV1 Ontpei I ef, Vti Studioin Union BlOCk, State Streot. D I S E A S E CURED Witbout Medicine. A Vatuabte Diicottry or Supptying Magnttitm to the Human Sytem, Eltetrctv mnd Mag netitm UtiUttd at Xevtr Deore or Jleahng tht Sick, TIIK MAONETON' ArrMASCE CO.'.S MagnetiC Kidney Belt WARRANTED TO CURE I the following dleae wtth ont mcdlclnei I'aik i: tiii IIack, Iiin, IIhad oa Limbs, Kiavova Dibilitt, I.cmbioo, Uknekai. Ds iilitt, ItmcvATiasc, Paraltiii, Nscbaloia, Scur- ICA, DHEA5ES Or TIII KlDSKTS, SrMAL DlISASHI, ToarlD Llvin, Oont, Bemlnal Kmlslorn, Impotency Aathma, ileart DUeaae, Dyfpepsla, Conntlpatlon, Kry Ipelaa, Indlgestion, llernla or Knpture, Catarrh, I'Ued, Ep"w, Domb Ague, etc. When anr debllltv of 11 When any debllity of the QEKERATIVE OROAJJH occura, Lmt Vltallty, Lack of Kenre Force actl Vlsor, WaaUng Weaknesa, and all tliose dl?eAes of a peraonal nature, from whaWer canie, the continuoui ttream of Magnetlam pemioatlng through the parta must rratore I them to a healtuy aetloc. There U no mlttake abont thla appllance. Tfl TUC I iniCQ I ron are affllcted vrilh Lame Back, 1 U I nr. LflUILO . Weaknens of the Splne, Ealllag of the Wouib, LeucorrhaA, Chronlo InllAnmtlou and Ulcer allon of the Worab, Inclrtental Ilemorrbageor Kloodlog l'atnrui, Hoppreaaeu ana irrecuiar Aienairnauon, uar rennea, and Change of Llfe, thla 1 the beat appllanoe and curatlve agent known. For all forma of rrmale DlfflcnlUes lt u unanrpawed by anythlng before! lnvented, 1 olh aa a curatlre agent and aa a aonrce of rrawer and vltallxatlon. rrlce of eltber lielt w tn Jlaeneitc inaoiee, iio. eeni by ezprean C. O. 1).. and exanilnatlon allowe1. or by mall on reoelpt of prlce. In orderlcg, aend meaanre of waltl ana Rize or anoe. nernuiance can uo maae lb eurrency, aent ln let ter at our rlk. TheMagneton Oaimentaare adapted toall atrea.and are worn over the nnder-clolblng (not next to tbe body, like tbe many Uatvanlc and Elecirlc Ilnuibnsa adver tlaed ao extenalvely), and abonld be taken cff at nlght. Ibeybold their l'OWElt FOKEVElt.and are worn U all aeaaona of the year. Send atamp for the 11 New Departure ln Medlcal Treatment Without Medicine," with thouaands of testl monlala. TUK AIAUJIJ.IO.- Al-ri.lAMJE UO., 218 siate Btrsxt, L'iiioaoo, III. Note. Send one dollar ln POAtage atampa or cnr fth alze of ahue nauallv rency (ln letterat our rlak), w: worn, and try a pair of our JlaKcetic Inaolea, and be convlnced ot the nower realdlng ln our otber Magnetle Appuanrea. l oauiveiy no com icet wuen iney are worn, or money refunded. PATENTS ! R. H. EDDY, No. TOJStnte SU, oppoeiletKllby, lloslon. Seoaree TatenU ln the Unltel State ; alao ln Qrrat ImUln.Kranco and otuer loreign conntnea. uojiiesoi the clalma of any Patent furnlahed by remltttng one dollar. Aaalgnmenta recorded at washington. No Agmry in the Umted Statet potietsti luperior nnli ttet for cbtaminq I'attntt or ascertatntng the paterU abxhly 0 inrniliont. TKSTiaiONIALS. 1 rtffawl Mr- Eddv aaone of tbe moit eavabte and succtsiul practltlonere with whom I have had oBlclal Intercourae. "C11AB. ilAPU-, L'ommiaaioner or ratentn. Inventora cannot employ a peraon more trnBtwoirhy or more capable of aecnrlng for them an earlyand fa vorable conalderntlon at the l'atent Office. fcDilUM) liuillvt., uie uommuaioner or ratenta." 1obt5, October 19, 1870. Ii. II. Eddu. F,n.: Dear Sir You procnred fot me, ln I84n, uiy Urat patent. Blnce then you have acted ror ana aavnei me in uumireua ui ciiwt nnu procurou many patenta. relaanea and extenalona, 1 have occa alonally eiuployed the beat agencie ln Kew York, I'hlla delphU and Waahlngton, but 1 atUl give you almont tbe whole of my bualneaa, ln your Une, and advlae othera to employ you, Youratruly, UEOKOE UIUrEK." uuaion, uanuary i, iwo. tfv Xcic. Jloilern Jtulltl, STATIONARY EiNGllxESI Gompact, qulck worklng, economlc, wllh bealer, pump. governor, vaive, ana au nxiurea, Mu-cuuiauieu, atfollowtng unprecedented prlcee, vlz.: 10-ll.p S01l.ll ,.. 822f! v rutl atock at our Factory ... 32B ,.. 4(10 Come and examlne. 1m ... fiOOl .. 080 J medlate ehtpment maile. :to-h.i 40-h.i oo-h.i IlOILEltS, All atvlea. new and aecondhand a apedaltr. white w have at our worka the large't atock of general mactiloery In the banda of any one Him ln tbla country. Portable Bngines 6 to 40-h.p. ready for qulck ehlimont. Ilet rorUblea hullt ln the Unlted State. Flrat-claaa tn workmanahlp and materlal. Over 4610 In conatant nae, I'rloM made at cnf tomer'a atatlon. Send for Catalogne and I'rlcee, ataUng jnat what reqntred. B. C. FORSAITII A CO., Machlnlata and (leneral Machlne Dealen, 10-M Mancbeeter N. II. TEA CLUBS! WK AltlS OIVINO AWAY Gold, Sllvcr nnd Nlcltcl Wiitchcs, I)ln. moml ltlnpt, KUvit Wiire, White aml bei'enited Tea, Dlnner and Tollet Bet Moaa Hmwanu tio'U nami rrench riilna Tea t-eta an- ThoiiauuU of other L'teful aud Ornuniental Artlclea 1'ItKMIUMS for tbe fonnlng of CLUB' Send j ou r add rea to 3 THE GREAT CHINA TEA COMPA SIO 8TATK ST ltOSTON, MA8P.. ' I and wewlll mall you our 01. Ull ltOOIC contr ai'HICi: LIST of ourTEAS and COFKEES jtauifi I-iist of our Pi'eminm 4nd WH WANT 1000 more IIOOK A(SF NT8 for the gramhat andm(r( tdlino book ro' publithtd, euutlwl . OUR FAMOUS W0H.4 PORTRAIT PAINTING ror innuing intereat, iiomaimo Mory, cp'cy '""""'t and Teuder I'aihoa, It l without a peer. Juat conu teu by SO ot our qreattit Uvmg Authori, Inelndirg beth Stuart I'htlps, llamrt I'rtuttt Siwgotd. Jl- ! Htoiet.toie Tn tvVooke.Lucv Lartom. ilary ilt?mfi: Mcmon Warunii, amt 111 otheri, lliey nfve.of Hnt time, tbe trur Morv of th Uvrn and ltJ M fanioua women. It l Suptrllv llluatraled, J.11"1";!! my "Uvd iperJtt." Tenaof thouaanila ar waltl" j It, and Ageuta aell 10 to 80 a dy. EiT I'Oii'"yjt biit cliam-o to make money eter offeied. Send tot culara, JCitra 7Vrmi,ete.,to A. 1. AVOItTlIINOTON A 0O Uirtford, Ot. 11