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one's heart is willing.”
With canvass and brush, anothj
’ rt show-
ing the effects of alcohol on the hu
man stomach, copying the paintings
from a page found in a phamphlet
sermon published by the literature
department of the W. N. C. T. U.,
54 Bible House; New York. The
......... "'•' pao e it s elf cm In i used for m wimb-
lar purpose. Rhetorical«, music,
chemical and philosophical experi
ments, the recitation in political
science—indeed nearly all of the
school exercises afford a fi l l for
The problem of lack of tune is
thus easily • solved by “suhstitu
tion)» latfk of educa ion may be
compensated by c >n «oientious study
and a determined will.
I) jar com ra-les of the teach ci ’s
“ There's much to do and little done ;
Brothers, sisters, every one.
Lend a helping hand, nor wtrirk,
------ Any pa r t of God*» g r eat wo rk.”-----------------
Will it be nothing to Lear as we
lean, pei chance, over the battle
ments of heaven, the shout-of our
boys and girl#,—
“ We are coming—huzza : huzza I
the bright hope of the morning in
our faces, the vigor of a temperate
youth in our l>»lie*, the strength
of a pure fife in our brains—Amer
ica’s hope, America’s salvation ?”
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United effort is being made by
the principal temperance organiza
tions of Pennsylvania to secure con
stitutional prohibition. The fol
lowing is the prohibitory foimula
on which these bodies have agreed:
“Article XIX, Section 1. The
manufacture, or sale, or keeping for
sale, of any alcoholic or intoxicat
ing I’ujunrs, whether brewed, fer
mented, or distilkd, or any com
pounds thereof, or any compound of
which anj’such liquors constitute a
part, to be used as a beverage, is
prohibited within this common
wealth ; but the manufacture and
sale of such liquors, or compound*
thereof, for purposes other than a
beverage, shall be regulated by law.
The General Assembly, after the
adoption of this article by the qual
ified electors of the Commonwealth,
shall, without delay.enforce.it* pro
visions by adequate penalties.”
for aggressive work. The success
of the society has so fir been mark
ed. The Chicago German temner-
ance paper, Dev Bahnhrecher (The
Path breaker), the organ of the so
ciety, formerly a monthly, is now
published weekly ; and at the same
time its range of topic? has been
enlarged. The first number for the
now year a mUined a tranalation of
Governor St. John’s recent article
in The S. S. Times on Prohibition
in K insas.
The Tobacco Habit.
We are glad to observe a rise in
the tide against the tobacco habit.
S >me of our leading secular papers
are d ting valiant service in this
direction, and ate especially em
phatic in denouncing the habit
among toys. The principal of
P.iiflips Academy, at Exeter, N. H,
has issued a circular to the parents
,<»f his students,’ asking whether
they would consider the prohibition-
of tobacco reasonable and practical;
and a very great majority of the
part n's are of course anxious that
their boys should abstain.
The use of tobacco, a* we before
stated, has been fur bidden to the
students in the naval academy at
Annrp dis and the military academy
at We t Point. The medical pro
fession almost unar.'.mously con
demn its use, especially by boys. Is
it not quite time that older persons
who are indulging in its use, even
rf, they honestly believe it dees not
injure them,, desisted from the prac *
tice for the sake of others ? Those
especially who occupy public posi
tion*, who, by reason of their place
or their fame, are influencing many
who respect and honor them be
cause of their g>od woiks and their
Stirling qualities, should not be ob
vious to the influence for evil of an
example th a* has many will ¡ng fol
lowers. M my a boy has been led
into the toUicco habit, and many
another has been encouraged in it
by the example of those in prom
inent positions. The public con
science should be quickened in this
matter, and some of our so called
great men would do well to inquire
into their responsibility.— Domestic
We should give as we receive,
cheerfully, quickly, and without
r it Writ bS'TgilftCrntii-feit thatsome“ .hesitation?for ther? is’ no grace in
time Ago a National G *rrrian-Amer-* a benefit
that sticks to the fingers.
icin Temperance Society was form
ed in Chicago by some German-
To most men experience is like
American citizens of that city, with the st« rn lights of a ship, which
the obj ci of uniting the temper illumine only the track it has
ance element among the Germans passed.— Coleridge,.
Potter County, Pennsylvania, has
If yoi vi»h U <rvw Vegetables for sale, read
had a prohibitory law for thirty-
Gardening for Profit,
two years, and according to a cor-
actical Florirnttiire. - $♦ f
respondent of the it ilatlclpla^TSe^ ~
U you wish to Garden for Aw use me nt or for
Home Use only, read
cord, the results have been emi
for Pleasure, - $1.50
nently satisfactory. Speaking of
If far Rafaranca aa Plauts and General Garden-
' tn«, raad
the county, he says : “Although sur-
Handbook of Plants, - $3.00
ropn led with license counties, her
law has given such satisfaction and
jsuuLfixudy intrenched in the minds
Anv of th^ «bore Seeks inmle.1 st wimirtwls*,
of the people that neither political
Our NEW CATALOGUE for 1S83, of SEEDS
AND PLANTS, ready Jan. 1M, anti mailed free
party ever thinks of nominating
legislative candidates who are in
favor of the repeal of her prohibi-
35 & 37 Cortlandt Street, New York.
to ry 1 r w ari d th è resto ration“ of a
relic of the dark ages, which allows
an insignifieint minority of twelve
irresponsible persons to inflict such
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in closing he sums up with the per
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