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Ages past there lived a Teacber. i .
•.:1 11 distitni Eastern clime,:k
Who. unlike titcniodern.preatclier, - •:`_•
: not, nor eliangeLl : -Witsb
'NO, riptPach: Coald Jtia ;
,Mingled with earth's poor and lowly, -,-;;;•_
• •- I•Heediess-bothvi' pritigo-andr.
.•- , -
.He the only NVay-Ao.4eaven:. •-t
shovb ed to ;sin-cursed Marc;
Taught •Salvatiork wondrons'iolan:':'
pharily' poitiOd . 'ont ,t):te*.err'nta'_, '
abontided tn . it
Painted 40 Md a►ll 4s. terrort
lii a strangely learles.s way. :J.,.
Yet Ilk words` of
Cheered anit conitorted the sad„
• Healed Wel:karts by-sorrow. broken. ,
Made the utottirouFipirit:glad.
; • Qh ! a sweetly mystic,poiver-,
Seemed to dWeltiti all lie said,
ShoWn-not,4only in the hour .
When He called the sleeping dead.
Down the ages,idervening. •-• • •
Comes each filly= spoken work , '
Fraught with'ell•the power andlneanini
That it bore wheli f first 'twas heard,-
And the holy,lotvenly Preaehq,
By His . wordit Of' truqt skitornxig,
Shall be man's unerring Teacher •
Even till the end-of Aime.- 1 I •
MAKING A PROFESSIO
That "it is easieflo preach tban'tolpradtite," l .
Is an old,saymg„ but it is still easier, to make no
'priifession'whatever..-1:: Thp . l , 1
vibrld' at".large ex- ,
pects Scrnintlitrotit those l . who set themselves
lip' as krill) 04 to others, that , iti is ndivon der 1
so few atteMpt it, art4l,simply content
. 1 them , •
selves with being ',passively good and drifting: •
with the main body of the human current that; -
surrounds them: - He Arlit, conscientiously en:,
deavorS to do right and:Obey tlieltlivin itilunc-
tion of doing . unto . ' others, as he: would . : have •
others do unto hirit;often has alhankless. task
to perform so . far. as he may 'lpect to be re
warded in this life,itudin 'regard to 'Worldly suc- 1
. cess,is oPt-to log behind. those whO,_are not shn
ilarly bur&hed . with the' duty Ailey: owe their
fellow - men. .-Teti .otlen , the , bulk. of socielty •
either thiuugh blititt l .prejudhm; to - Serve. some
self 1;: h' end, or front : : batting b:7en I.the prey of
'those who.really, Were,-.WolveSin SheeP'S clkigi- :1
ing, sneer `at those wbo : treadAtteuarrow,titorn- . , 1 t
strewn path 'of diltie,a4 PharisetS . ..- and ..hypro-;,!
erites. The most ~• i ?erfect of: our .race are sub- 1
jest to some,of thejraiitiers. of. human' nature ; 1
Ilf) matter how , well,they .may :,be ,itivested with.)
a de.t,ire to do,Tight.;,there.,will.ha -breaks in .his
armor, whichthepassions,:ever..tfla , nd to. as- 1
sad them ,w ill - ei ter; When this: O l cenrS•,r t: Mat-
tars not bow Well - . .spent - MaY - have been his lite
nor *hat amount of gtad he--unty havelone,
- the, once falling
,'froitit :grace . brandS hini as a
Moral leper in • the "eyeS' Of the . heedles• or: vic
ious. Now, i f .this same • mart
. 111, s been less
conscientious, bad .. been utterly.liegardlesa of
the duty he owed his. fellow men-.--. 7 had i ldfitit,
, so followed the lowest - instincts of 'Lis nature
as to lead the vilest life, abd , 'should then end .
i, •, . _ • ~
• hishitber to Worthless career. by. performing in'
a fit Of 'driniken , fren4, 'perhaps, l a,l Ibenetteent
- deed, in the saVing , or life. ors otherwise; he
; would have been hailed as 'a bettet.man7-hy,
. a tn . era * I saint:'.. Heroes of ibe-4aiter
type •have been
, i3n - fiequently: ihrnat:,into'.ntir
notice by,a clatS :of 7 rikersotlfietion,:who litive
lately made their ApPearanceiri'.-Ah e- Itteiaty
t 'A ' wnsitler.hyp*i-
World, thst we are too apt,t? _i. ,-
sy synonymous with,profeision,and that ailict , The invention of the mate,ial known" as:col
of stimulated heroism caporazes a misspent life luloid has not only placed a new word in the
When one of the most celebrated characters dictionary, but has produced •a revolution 'in
stands at his post on board alnirtiing steamer many, branches of - industrial art. The word
until the passengers have landed, and losi his "celluloid" takes its
• ,name from, cellulose, the
life by so doing, we are at a loss to know, as chemical designation applid to, the walls of the .
far as we can 'get' at the naitlorl meaning, , cells of vegetabla'fibre, find the Greek adjective
whether the heretic act is the resu tof Ibis ac- oidor,signifying that which bears a resemblance
knowledged misspent life, or done in spite of it •to something else: \
but we may be pretty certTlin I.Vhile admitting .. The material la corripoSed - of. nitrocellulose—
that noble impulses' often lurk in the souls of that is, cellulose treated with a Mixture of vit
the depraVed, to burst out when occasions de- rol and nitric acid and gum camphor, together
mantis, that alcoholic, stimulants had more to with such pigments for: coloring matter as are
.do than anything else with the boasted deed. appropriate to tbeprodtiction of different kinds
To him who is Suftleientlyl endowed with re- : of celluloid. in brief, the - process consists in
ligious feeling and a desire to fully act out the reducing the nitro-cellulose to .I'firm pulp, and
true Christian's part. that he can reg,rd the' mingling therewith thirty or forty per eentum
sneers of his fellows - •with indifference, the lof finely pulverized gnm-camphoi, with suits.-
straight and narrow road'is traveled over with 1 tile proportions of coloring agent's and subject
pleasure. He regards the obstructiiins he meets I big the compound to immense pressure in a
with as so many', obstacles plaCedlthere to test I heated receptacle. ' -When the heat has reduced
his zeal, while the thorns thatbestrew his path the camphor to a liquid, the nitro-cellulose en
are so covered witb a carpet,in which are wov- I ten into combination ;with it, transforming its
en the strands of.Vaitti, a consciousness of du- i paitides from their " fibrous condition into a
,ty done, and a certainty of reward it the end homogeneous one, modified by the camphor,
of the journey, that be passes oir:er s .tho, un- •the resultant being , a fine, closely-compated,
scathed. But to him who assumes!: the garb of i beautiful mass. ' -
the exemplar, merely through a sense of 'duty .- In appearance, it is made to resemble ivory,
-and a knowledge , that ihe good-of ,society re- jet, coral, amber. malachite, tortoise4bell,tur
quires that some should, act that path, the path quoise, or various other productions, of nature.
is a painftil one. ; Re sees the shafts of mallet) When; th;roughly- dried, it. -is-nearly as hard as
ready poised in . the bands of the; vicious, to ivory, but is much more idurab:e, inasmuch as
strike him should he 'make ' the least false step. it is impervious to water, oils, dilute acids, and
Be knows how:exultingly scheming vice shouts. i the common- liquids. ' Atmospheric \ influences
when one, who having led an exemplary lup, IS 1 have 'xi.° :effect - ,upon it. '• Ppssesising great
tempted from the path of rectitude. He'los strength and toughness, it far surpassei'vulea
thoughtlesi "virtue ' instv dof sympathizingly I 'lite, or.-hard lubber in `.these:reipeets.` it ,is
lending a helpingvhand jo ining hi the bue * enci I combustible in a sense similar to that Of pitch
cry.llie.sees bow the i mpulsive good acts'of I pine,-sealing-wax, hard-rubber and many other
the bad are made.to cloak ti l e misdeeds Of their ! manufietnred Products, but,posiesses. no pecul
whole patt lives. In 'husintss matters he sees i jar dangers beyond this point. Owing' to the
how uneven is the race between him and those 1 44t.ure of, the material,' of which it is composed,
who are unshackled by moral' restraint..` In hiS ' it is readily fOrmed into . various shakes, either
Position be is debarred from the of those jby turning or cutting ~or by- pressure in heated
means for advancing bis'interesti which the; rrlati- \
world calls legitimate, but wbicli he deems dis- 1 . It h s been applied with entire success to the
- honorable. • Sensitive as to what others may ' prOdu tion of jewelry, handles 1 for table cut.
say of him, he (Men allows 'himself to be I levy, p ates fur, artificial .teeth,-,backs of toilet
wronged by those with whom he has dealiugs i brusbes,,Combs, pencil• Coses, trimming for liar- i
rather than they should have; it to say that he : lICSB, fraanes • for eye-glasses,. etc. The manu
raS 1.00 COVetOLIE.ot this•world's goods, for onepacture,ot an imitatino of coral has been car-
who has made such a profession Ile sees this ried to such a pitch-Of ”erfection, that even ex
very weakneSs-aaken advantage Of by them.— 1 perts - among importers - have been deceived.- - 1
Unaided by the possessibn of these grand attrki•Yet it is hardi )' fair to call it. AU imitation,since I
but,a, whiclienable&the Olden timelmartyrs to I no pretense is• made that the jewelry itr•other,
plhcidly gaze `oo' the acts of. their:persecutors, f than,eelltilota, t4(pgl,4og rglalblii4e,,yt coral'!
. unable to fully , obey the:colon:mad to ‘ 4 Le4ve I is absolutely 'vet feet. - X e pparently there is 061
t i ll•ancl i foilowMe," 'What waadetaikaa ia',a l 'any 1 aapit..,o the purposesr IP --74 1 e t! ' i t iO 4 i be : 4 `;', l
" . : il. " T il e uniuvitlnk 'field, 'n. which aliev labor 1 plied::.' its and roc adds largelY to Its
for' t"'lnelk,Calls, crlii tics selltsaerillee.' - To' ' value; 4 1': ;.I' '` -,
if'? .ti . : '
them the'path 'Of:'atitY becomes:l' rou g h land utigrl, - Celfitio4dowas invented la 1870 liV = tlie trait-
its route' is tip theliarren motiotaiii of
; ,Tohe,sure t the beaeon-light,ot fit;
dire r,tiWg(i owl but,ita , radiance .seems Ao
pale as the--difficulties to• lie stun - vaunted-int
crease: The way is loriely . ;l6e iiis' i companinns
are few. Below, him.he sees an, inviting valley
POP l 94 , 4!the .17Rigatively good., Their labors
are light, their pathwaya are.streiin with 'fink *
era, and happiness ,seeins,, to ,e 1 well WiPiAtig)iii.
Why continue farthei - the route leis travel
ing,When the voice of the .inonitoe-witbiii,
which ne fieenikto niaVlie'OnlyAbe:trea.
tiOn :of :CnisCloakeiS ? 144 -
dead - gP!),44jYPirneein tO hpe., the flillest shags
of sorrows--:the' carelexii: and indifferent 'the
ftillest.share jOits . . - frfle'::diverging path' IS
nownward-L-the deSevnt . 'easy, The - throng th
thii valley is increased'hy one.
, The parable of the Prodigal • Son •is a beanti
ful,one inasmuch as' it • exemplifies the divine
Eittribnin 'of forgiVeriesi;:io,4d - 4:Sneh
oftenAilmight:Oia,t• the ) u '-
,Warded -life-of; the' brother who remained at
hem •was too muoh oiershadoWed by the r re-•
over - the wanderer's return. „While I
have adinlied the ' lorgi*ing ilisPoSitiOn , 4:thp
ta,ther, '‘4o &>tiltl. , forget t, his dispoilmentin the
return of the despoiler; whom he thought' wag
lost; my 'sympathies 'have . : alw'aya gone out
the other. brother. We do not, knoye that lie
professed . himself a light for the guidance of
Others,but we haie his unconttadicted assertion
I •that he had stayed at the'past ofparental diity
and had never tranSgresied his 'father's com
raandinents, and knoW that, 'compared ,with
this errant brother, he gas- an exemplary man.
The Prodigal took his Portion, wandered to far
countries, and spent in 'riotous living.
home doubtless led! him fromhis home ;
Hunger drew him back. His father rejoicing
at his'coinfrig, killed the fatted' calf and gave
him a feast. What, wonder that he who had
,stayed athemeand done his duty should feel
aggrieved 'when he' .89w profligacy rewarded
for leaving a diet of husks forthe bounty of the
paternal'i•Oof ? Why should he ..rejoice• and
make merry , over 'the return of one who had
squalidered his share in beastly pleasures,land
I had now come- to , share his ownPeriion ?--
•••• . •
What wonder • m he should feel rebellious
when he saw '`'the fatted calf killed tor his ells
' solute.. brother, when he, whei had toiled
i 7 at
. been refused eV , en a • kid on
, whiel he
and Ms friends Might feast and make Merry.?
The life of an asce! i le is 911 unnatural one,and
being 'beyoijd our *ayinpatiiies exlicapi c is
i r alueless. Bent: he V,llO Makes himself an E's
to his'. feliow men and holieitly enacts
his- Part . haVe , our earnest support
through , good and • This• duty is•the More
ineunibent upon us; while we ate passiVe
ly good, which is all the most Of us can say.—
BufWeshohld be' More than that. Should
frown - deiW a vice, no, _matter in what, , gpli it
t4ioOld . cOtna before l us, said no wonder , how
much our interests may be aflected in so doing.
eshould practice- %vol.:doing and encour
age. those who, braver than we, itre further ad*
vanced in the path'of duty,'and yet who; being
human, will fall back discouraged without our
sympathy and 'aid. By pressing forward to:
gether we will not only do good by. settilig
example to those behind us, but encourage our
pioneers to still farther advance, and to eventu
ally plait the 'standards• of Religion. and Mo
rality as near on .the line of perfection as it is
possiblefor mortals to attain.
er3 . ltypit, 41to at that tithe resided in Albany,
but" are nii* - Vitebilsh c eil
'F he invention pere'lucliydiscpy
cry, bit'uitid 1.116 .. 1:C4'111f of patient ; ithd laborious
effort "exileriiii6tifit 'Tile ril4gnt,iit's
knew of"'tbe efisieliee i3f,?6lliditt:94 . cUllodion,
Sufifelt' 'rekiPti t.ispeccPs'6f,gup-
cotton pthei:eildli t icoboi,o4. then e tikpor.`
etbo'4olVelYt'§. all, pieeinfiis" , -,6i , A'e
this' siitiitimce'lyiticileitily'llS t efulin the
Copt in' j)ll6toiraphqha - d taiiei;
the great, 'ik . ei,i T e elqiciisivel,,solir'enis','Aitid the'
ditictiltk Of 'producing ,it,: larAiath4si4 and ,
in ttiffeiinitY'nf s:hlid,etiilodio'
seethed - tn'be so for many
tises, ,i 1 t tot'ti bent :fit : ell. ies tit
so`fthpinve the' iiroce..3's of thanitilicturi,
bring it`v •'a wide, range Of aliittleationl T —,
In 'this sude,Cefled etr'eu,tliatt
fluty Ong; diffetent 'ft)
titiettire'freth solid and
. 441;0 in
ev'mueh ireater 'variety usei thati'Oelaiter
could be;'eveli i`t`lis mandacttlie';vierdiciracti
The' invention affords unOther exatittle of the
aiertnese'oi the. Ainerie,iii, breiii 'end:it'3e inde
fat igabilitf and' cemprelien4v,ens 61.1Tankee
'SCARLET FEVER:". - ' "; l'' - '
We publish, the following. article ion.. the
above subject from ,Goad Health, which is said
to be of great value
It is as unnecessary' for,a child to dielot- scar
let.lever as it, is that it should. be blind with
cataract. Let,us see : At any time before the
body has finished itsinefleetual struggle we are
Able to help
,not.by wonderful niedicines,
but by the ' knowledge of-anatoniy, and. the ap
plication of common sense. We copspit syin
pathetia nerve, and do
,what it cotrinia4clsus to
"do. We mustsiVe this salt when it.ivaitts
it ; we iriest give it acid wl!teil it Ilas'f9ver and
anxiously craves it—not vinegar, but . leinon-•
Suice, because th'3'first coagulates alfiUn i ten;Add
The latter does not,,,oti account of, tilt surplus
of 'ox'ygen which if, contains. To imitate the
sbothing mucus in H tte ie.nOw
'wticting, ; ! .nd to,give saute re.mirtitc# 'fii 9 d'ut
the saTtie tithe, we add' ; r9
TeslOr"i2:aiid relii;Ve the tnlured nery
moist wernif.h. • , •
Xn ptaelice we can Sulfill all, tl4 •svitli the
following_simpte . Undress the
child and bring it to; bekat: the 'very AMA sign
Of sickness. Give; it,. if it has alre,adi fever:,
nothing but 'sourish'i~arm leniOnadtiWitii some
gtini-ariibic in' IL Then, cover its, 'ftbdonien
with some OrY" - flannel: '' . 'take d, Well-folded
'laid-slieet,and put it in.bOiling hot water,wrinc•
it oitt;dry by means of ijry, towels, and put ov
er this the flannel on the child's and i onyn.- 7 -,
Then. 'cover the, whole, and The., hot
:cloths' will perhaps,.r,equireyepea,ted heat., A.c
cordina to the severity of:the cw,an4 its, stage
of piogress, perspliVionlvillponnnence in the
child in trOin fen Minutes, to : two . hoUrs. The
child then is saved, it soonfalls to\sleep, Soon
(be child awaite, it, shows syniptoms of
returning . inclination for fond; help its bowels •
if necceSsarY, with injections of, oil, soap and
water; and its recovery will, be as stej,idy as the
growth of a green house plant, if well treated.
Of course, it - the child was already dying, notb.'
ing could save it, , or if it already his effusions
in th 6 lining of the heart or brain ; it is much
better that it . Should die. Butif the above is
applied in clue time, wider the eyes and direc
tion of a competent
that not one in
,a hundred children! will ever
die of scarlet fever. We know this id!' startle
some of our readers, especially thosei who have
lost children already, but shall go st,ill further.
We maintain that
, a child will never get, the
scarlet fever if properly treated. 11 child has
correctly mixed blood, it will not catch the dis
order if put in bed with a sick child. This is
still 'more startling, but nothing id easier of
The lop is 4 complete specimen of an outside
philosopper. He is one-t,hird colar,One-eighth
patent-leather, one-tourth- walkinolstiek, and
the remainder giovei - and hair. As to remote
ancestry there . is some doubt, but•lit ispretty
well settled _that he is the Soil of a tailor's
goose. He beeoMC3 ecstatic at the - sipell of new
cloth: He is somewhat nervous, and to dream
of tailor's bills gives- him the nightmare. Hy
his hair one would guess that he Was dipped
like Achilles; but it is evident that the goddess'
held him by the head , icistead of Wel beel.- Nev
ertheless such men are uselnl ; if there were no
tad-poles there would.'be no frogs! They are
not so entirely' . to blame for beini so devoted
to externals. I :Paste diamonds
,gust have a
splendid setting to make them 'sell. Only it
does seem a waste of `material.•to :put five tot
lars worth of yeaver . on five cents worth o
We'tna yjudge a man's characteriby what be
loyes—rAirhat ~ pleases bun If-a person mani
fests delight in' low, sordid objects, the vulgar;
song and deintaing.language, lathe tnisfortunea
Of Ins fellows . Or animals; we .may lat once de
ternairte the complexionof. his. character. On
the.contrary, if he loves purity, trUth,, medesty
—if virtuous Purinits engage
. In heart, and
dra w out his affeetions--we are satisfied that ,
.be is au upright When we !see a young
marrfond of fine 'Clothes,' and makes a 1 of
himself . , it is a sure,' 'Sign that Ale. thinks,the
world consists tif.' outside show and 'ostentation
'and he is certain i to , make an =unstable man,
without t rut ! affection or friendship; fond of
change and excitement, and wealying of thoae'
objects s in e pursuits
. which, for a time, give him.
,pleasure. ' -
if . yreezilbi.a'c#'''o: - (r: *c:'.pie‘4:ettiiii;;lin.4l the..
rdectioit or . 't:,u tee iio,!o.Bl,4ily‘ loyalvessin
t OWE r(4€4t19.0...0'r tiles Ood
As a. needle , hc the eorrittnes trehlbles`
ieitte thß*i(iyit r i t, l 'en 4 tho *Art or s eio
tier can has ) e - 'no,istbut in Chriti
iscq Haueous t
- . .
rriii . 'eliiii - itEivi‘A.Tio - s3'%iiiliil
=A. • Vigetine fiao attained in all parti oftli r efintrYtis I
'i.,,, A II! •:. .„ :„ , ~.,,: , ,i . •,.,-„, ~
- Greai 110 Good - Medloine, i
~,. i - - -•
and the larg nuMber,ot ,testimonials which 01* Mil!
afttntly pehi recall/0d from persons 'who have been cur
ed by,Atis i nsei, ate oconciniiVe I proof of its.grea; value: 4:-
It is recommended by physicians and Apothecaries: „its
I , Biood-Pntifiekoand ftealth-ffestorer;it bar no eilitsl:l.
,IZegeting is not:prepared for a fancy drinlvdnade,froto
iibor`liqtiorsl which atebilitat'ei the system and tends to
destroy` health Ina . of restering,l.: ~. -:.: :IQ' . ;,I'. 1 V , l q .
CANNIOT BE EXCELLEridi;i)
~g,,II.,Tgit,,ENS ...- II •-•-: i.i 01 , y. ), :4 it f.. , - . - 7111 i i
` - 114 - in'4ln-i-I Meet chterfaily:lted My tPstimony to the
grentinumber you havealreatry remivit intferor °POUT
great and good Medicine, V egetin ed for ,I , dpnol, think
enoeglf tin be dald in ifs prelate,' ftir I WAS triStibled 'oder
thirty; ears With? that , drnedful 41115easei, Cat:anti- aid
had :flitch bad tongbinit 1” spells that it would" item as
theughi L could . never breathe , any -,mb re "'Aid' Vegitihe
has cured mp ; and Ido feel to than); Qoked the tirtip
there is so Wood' a • Medicine - irks' • Vegetin e,' -- and' rtiliio
q4iik it,one A f„t . ebest,medicines kg :e ctugbil ase vAvid g
ege l L
Milking rpiiings . the stomach, and advise•eyerybody
tslikie OW lir „lie. foil I canuatliellibmitistiti6oe
Qi; plc , Pest tnedtpines ever no s , , ,1 , . ~, t ~
• • . 1 vA. I,
~.., ~ ~,j 4 1 , : 1 ,, -, , 4 Cer. , :Magazintand WahintiSta4 , ,i
-1 ~,-, ~ - , ,i-, 4...,,!) t.. •1` <. ~ -.:!0 . 11 . .. .- • ..: ~._ •. •
• , , , s ,
1 . 1 • . • • • •••
VEGET)4X,I acknndllettge4.-nnd remamendest by
pbyefeiatia and' pitittiennites to be the befit purifterand
eltt,mmresint Ott yet , dilserrreted,J and thousands
speak in itallajee yiboshave bega feetored to ikcsal.,;l4 „ i;
RepOrt fronYa practical cheinist and apotteall'•
t.• •Bo wrox , Jan. 1. 167 .•
-Damn Stal— Thials to certify'. that I 'have' Sol(Pat retail
15,1, do en 1862.b0tt1ee.).. of : your Aregetige a*e.Apyil
12. 1870, and can truly Say that It has i'ieen'the best
Italtaraetioni of, an.y remedy for the compbtiola for which
it la recommended that I ever: sold. Scareel). a day
passes witliout soMe'of 'My eaStomers 'testifying tojts
merits on themselves' or their friends I am i perfectly
ciif,utzant of several cases 'of Scrofula Tumolif belng
,cured by Vegetitte alone In this vicinftm , •
Very respectfullyyours,i . ;
1111 v. tsp. '
To H, It.
WHAT ISANEEDEDw', , '- , k'
, i ~ • ' , •BovrciN Fel). 13, 1817 '. •,
.('EVENS : I
. i .
: Ab'oat• ober year *like' 1 found ' 'thyself tin l
i ition from general debility;,; I'Vegctine was
,commended to me by a friend 'wh o had Been
ilttp,4 by its use. , I procured,the arttcle,,Oind
Iseveral bottlett, was restored tote'alth, and
edits use. „I feel qtitte gobildeut that theie is
. e superior to it for , those „complaints 'for
esPecially ,prepared:; • land would 'their/ally
ii it to those who ;feel that., they need, some
'tore them to perfeetle'ilth. ' ' ' 1", ‘•
F, tfull3i yours, ~ - U.• •L. RETTENOILL. -1' • •
, • Firm of S, M. PettengiltA C 0., ;. • .
•• . • • - ' Sio. 10• State St% Bost . otf:' •
• • t• •
''' ''-• ' ' • '',.- : 1 'f .....m.v.•;. , ~ ,•
MR. 11, R.
which' it is
hinkr to re
LIF 4 ALTII sTi i t,ENGrral' AND
ter. has:received: !treat: benefit' &Inn "tho use
etiito Aer declining hp.slth was a eoutee of
itylo all eT he Mende: • A few'bottleise'c the
efttored her. health. strength and:appetitei•
• 'ilhittrancelnd Real EstateAgent4-
No. 99 Seare
of ,the Ve.
a 1' i
l ye piair k , tut , . honest statement fennel - naively
quick and thorougi 'elearfaing l effep . ‘B,ol t4e t
K in Stiornla.,-
u . ne a.
ENE islaeknowledge.l by all classed of people
I eat and moat reliable blood P4Figer, ka-tht
1876.-4 w. J ,
• • •
to, be the
Jan. I' ,
by all Druggv3b3 Everyivh*.
Clothing—cheaß \ --at Cheap'
o, 33 Court Street
NEW ..GOp DS,
ve just retnlned. froth the Ofty of New York
urchasing a large and well selected stook of
LL AND *INTER 6051)8
. . Y
~'nds bonght from 'first . bands ,: we'fre' now pre
I offer goods at - prices that Al satisfy thetios
, r. We have oleo added to our , large stock o
r. es, an 1w • I 16.. qr.* of [
of all k
and Boy's wear, We are now ,prepired to
StTITS FOR ALL
I give ns a call as lie 'have nisi' elates workmen
•for the season. • • • •
and gentlemen, yen will please call and exam
*tuck before you purchase else Where.
- IV! for past.favors, we hope for a tonti4uation
same. We review
• . "., ' Your s lieepectlnlly.'
• -0. , CORTSEY.
atatou. April 28. 1875.—tf. 8-23-774.
wideielieetinis,' 8; Cs , '
Would eaklittenlon to hie :New *ROIL at
FALL. AND 'WINTER - GOODS !
- - Now oi . eete; In new,
Inii,7 (0 a 0 li ,g,,
LADIES' DRESS : 0601)0i, .BLACK ..
AIFD COLORED . i ALPACAS,
'NEW STYLE OF PRINTS,
SII A W LS, \\TAT liat. PROOFS, FLAN.
N LS, BALM:ORAL, AND HOOP
. ' SICIRTS, VELVETS, IIOSI,ERY,
ETEAIyY -WOOL 000DS, CARPETS, 011.
- (monis, PAPER HANGINGS, BUFF&
40 AND LAP ROBES, FURS, HATS
• Arm CAPS; BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARD W ARE.HION,Ist AILS,
STEEL, STOVES AND
V 1 .
itt vArtety; and will lie sold , on; tlic mos
ttble terms, tad loiyest prices.
- I '
, -, •n' '' • ' k. - BURRITT
• ' Milford ; lB7s
Evi Mnt,ty 8 . : ,-, l' -- ~
. elp ,a .
xiliTres ; 4.l:i.
..k el)100 . i. ItaiDbeap
- . 70
'For gOo4,..watorproofeit got, La-X.110p:
.-' 1 - NEW GOODS.
FALL . k,i . X.WiiikTP.Eit . ' 600bg; ';' -.:1
"• . 1.".....016 4 ""t • t : •
. 6 t HAvritk •
''''' 4ll' If:' -.1 .../. 1 f 1(:: ':'...' :..",;i:L .I I - . - ?iil i'l . l. ,:lt ;,..• .. I.
STAPLE •` & FANOY4 , 11)111:11 - GOODS.
-z:PPg w o r - 1 1- 4 §, OA-,/01APY-- ..
d ‘i insi
0 .:I.iit! fi 4'141, t4i' q'...,. 4 . IV
'..,,,5„ J 1",;;;.
Dress boo e t a good alasgitment. s
ell the new
and !inky Ppattence hi , tbe- , initrket!:' 'White" Goode%
gr a . 1 :1 1 0 0 4 - f.I , S
tLEA.OrrtrrAlsrlil " ITN trirhi6TrEt)
. totrON'lts& t . '""
I TICKS g
TOWELING,-. 3ARRET'' WARIY; •&0:
cr. 110E6'4, •
The largest stock in town. First clue goods•at lets"
prices than can be bought of any other puttleiin the
!AA:X I S; &VADAPS,
OLthe eteeti 1f " t:
I• READY-MADE - ' CLOTHING
a fall line, and good gOods well made and
-Call t and • Stock heicie e'se
where. 1" will not be nnderiold for the pp:lie:quality of
goods; by anyone In or ont'of town. • -
Batter shipped, Proropt'retUrnA at the., highest mar
exA pride', sales guaranteed, bilis cashed us soon as re
keived. • - •
t, New latiford; lune 2d, 1875.—tf. 22
iv 4z1:4, - ,s,', l'2,ppoA 0','.;,p1.1;;.
' • The - Subscriber will sell the 'follOwing vatusble Real
ext4e,-; - • I'l ,
At a Very , Low. Figure.
'One•ltrit-class Dairy Batt u, steck'and' &fining' biote
in the township of Bridgewater. mica from Mont
rose, tOutanain* .18d. acres. 1 •1) - '. 4 : ,1 ^."‘
- ALSO—One turn in Burrow/0301'0w, .pi e.on.tivp,.pc
,98; adres - .• and an eitensiVe cider mitt and i~tiUer}.
; ALSO-- hop.se !ind login N , ew .11111o,r0; •
--c:. ' TEIIM:3I MADE - FABY.•. I I •
For partienlars address; the inbscriher t Ithuttwe,
or call at his residence iu Bridge•”ter. • - • .
• •• - JOANi-bANITT. • •
Bridgewater, Jan. 2Gth, 1876.=-2m. -
GENTS e!e:g ant, on, rciii;t-3!Qs,mon'riiefi, size 9XII
;C4 41 ! 129 4A17(1 . 11 ° .1,f, 4 a1 if il i gi l O sr t Pa
, ••• . ..
3fAnnitito. i'EliP.LE—New inyentiol ,last what you
want: !Rellabld and Anrable. :NA i led on receipt 0f75.!:
!Adariisa Ir. 3ioaman 4t. Co Xiddletown,-Conn., - , '1 ,
C Send A Catalogue' Maryland A. 113. F. tinich
r for 14 it *n i 4 • and rirs sray T hs, v:5
hride Naps of : , Delaware::: d tare. 5w4
WAlitED.,=Att ageni In'ov6ry towri and ebunty.to COO:
trcl the ptlem g.erocery ar t ete- V. 00 ( 140 4 5,0 0 0 Per
anmini map be made. Addles enclose ic Ramp, Eureka.
hilrg Co.,WR) Waghingtort 4w4
YOU` Male or Feniale. Send Your .addrese , and
want and,get bomtthing" thaVw ill; bring; you in
310.N2 Y honorably °vet . $159 a nAontire.„, • ,
- ' • IIrINTENTORSION,.
• : 275 •Gri*nwich 81.4 N.Y.
Agents wanted for the Great
• OEN FENN L 'HISTORY
100 pages, lois price.litlek sales; Tatra ter*. P. W.
Ziegler,o Co., 518 Arch St.: Phll, ll . • .1
SHORT .CUT -.cihalenelgfenort:lalltld
a s n re d re Pe.
TO WEALTH.' re i r et‘ ee w ir t r h or e m v eati 9rryy o u rxer ad free Stm- .
HILTON CO., 152 plea St., N, P. o'. Box 5369
MIND, READING; PSYCHOMANCY,' FASCl
nation,- Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and Marriam
Guide. showing how either sex may fascinate and gain
the love and affection of any person they choose in
stantly..4oo pages.. By mill. 50 cents.' ,HUNT '&
139 South 7th St., Philadelphia. Pa. " 5 ,
WANTED' gettsnd:for ge best:ell I S
,ionar m ac r agesthevold.
tain 15 sheets papet, 15 'envelopes, 'golden :Pen, Pen
bolder. Pencil. Patentaard Measure, and apiece. of
Joielry, Bindle package, with puir of elegant Gold
Stone sleeve Buttons. post paid . 2s ceats r s for $l.. This
trackage has been examined by the publisher of the
DINIOORAT and 'found aS represected—worth Olt mon
y. Matche4 itiVentiway to all agents. Circulate free.
Bride 4t Co , Broydway, N. Y, 7
We will during the holidays, dispose of 100 Planci# and
Organs of first class makers including . Waiters' at low
er prices than ever before ogered. Monthly installments,
received running from 12 t 0,36 months. Warranted for
6 years. Second hand instratnents at extremely low
prices forcash. iliustr-ted Catalog uw Mriled. Agents .
wanted. Warerobms 481 Broadway, N. Y.
n4w4 HonAut: WALTERS & SONS.
COUGTTS. COLDS, lIOARSENFA'S.i,
AXD ALL THROAT DISEASES
WELji • '.OlOl - 6uile . ` • TABLETS.
• : POT UP ONLY IN' BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggistsgenerally, and _ 4
Johnston.' Holloway Co. Philadelphia, Pa:
ry town, to 121111111138 fnr Dr.
' WANTED AGENTS, In ev-
OF Cornell new and lopniar
g t° e r s 3 ,; 4 l 3 ies i t i . t d i LVv v e lin ry a io ir th
present thee: A splendid
book, nornplete intone volume. illustrated. end publish
ed at a price within reach of the people. A rare chance
fora first-ease i canvasser. &Wiese the publisher.,
Quaker City I,)ubllb,hing Ca., 21 4er.. 219 Qu.nce
delpti fa; Pa 4W
„PATEN T ANTS M
,Grx e,i r:
SALAMANDER B MRS
Bar* hav e b een aneePProyed upwsxds of 5,000
different .s . urnaces,in Factories, Steamers, arki'Loromo
titres; s4d,sre superior to • ail other •in Darsbility and
Ecoaomy in the usti of Fuel,. Satisfaction gaexanteed.--
References In Sill Otte of the United States.
4w4 Office, 199 Broadway, N. Y., ,P. O. Box IM.
813d0Iii9 ! 150,000 at the genuine
_ e or
the, moat remailzable of the ago. Thrilling. in interest,
illustrated profusely, and being the only entire and
thentic t lifei the millions are eager for .it, and wide.
awake agents are wanted quickly . For - proof and terms
address, AUBBARD BROS., Tubs., 723 Sansom St.,
"NIP AND , TUCK"
The jarvat Ameripu Tea, Company
31 and 33' Vemey , Street; N. Y. ..
TIAS' DISTAIBUTED TO CLUB,' sr latiouTauel Pima..
, Beautiful Oil ehromos„ of ditforent sizes, preeenteci
to purehaseris of 1,2, a, 4 or 5 pounds of Tea, is clubA
of:tritiutulAinearos. . The Company, has AMY ready for
deitlry a splendie ebrento, entitled "NIP, and. Tuck" a
auvit(threepound)' piettire shog a 'Wei) , . eitirtnioh
betWonlabY ands ROt ligir fqr , win the poonsr.kla o r 4 do.
llisib itill Of touring Din that he trt - lieriptiourAn tell the
star attotia - as the, thiiplwiltle of,the artist. TM
.b tt e l i tlattl,44o and,,,Wactr, aild • Imo, po seen ta be
a'' I IL' tisend Ine'elicniat af . pelene,lertile, tte:
. • The. Great American 'TM CAMpany,'. ,:: • .
31 and 33 Veseir Street, 4
P. 0. Box 5843. - NEN YORK OITY•
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