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American Artisan and PatPENNSYLVANIA.

Extract from Report of Farmer's

ENT RECORD.-New Series. This College Holds Three Sessions each


The American Artisan, now in the fourth Year.


year of its publication, is a Weekly Jour. The First Session commences October

the Club give us its opinion of

nal, devoted to fostering the interests of Sth, and continues until the end of January.

Washing machines? Is it econ

Artisans and Manufacturers, encouraging The Second Session, commencing Feb.

omy to pay $14 for one of Doty's

the genius of Inventors, and protecting the 1st, continues until the beginning of May.

machines Washing - machines

rights of Patentees. The Third Session continues through the

have so generally proved to be

Each number contains numerous original summer months.

failures that I am afraid of throw

engravings and descriptions of new maIt has an able corps of twelve Professors,

ing away my money upon one.

chinery, etc., both American and Foreign; and every department of Medicine and


reliable receipts for use in the field, the Surgery is thoroughly tanght.

to pay ten times the money you

workshop, and the household; practical TACULTY OF THE COLLEGE.

rules for mechanics and advice to farmers; Joseph Sites, M.D., Prof. of Obstetrics and mention, it would be the best investment you ever made upon your farm. But you must not have that alone. Get the Universal Clothes Wringer with it, and your wife and

* Mechanical Movements," and other useDiseases of Women and Children. Henry Hollembaek, M.D., Prof. of Materia children will rise up and call you blessed, for they will find washing made easy."

ful lessons for young artisans; the official

list of claims of all patents issued weekly Medica and Pharmacy. The following Testimonials have been given:

from the United States Patent Office; reJoseph P. Fitler, M.D.Prof. of Chemistry “We like our machine much; could not be persuaded to do withont it; and with tho ports of law cases relating to patents, etc. and Toxicology.

aid of Doty, we feel hat we are masters of the position."-Rev. BISHOP Scott, M. E. Each number of the American Artisan John Buchanan, M.D., Prof. of Surgery and Church.

contains sixteen pages of instructive and Institute of Medicine. It is worth one dollar per week in any family.-N. Y. Tribune.

interesting reading matter, in which the William Clark, M.D., Prof. of Practice of "I give it the most unqualified praise, and pronounce it an indispensable part of the progress of the arts and sciences is recordMedicine. machinery of bonsekeeping."-Rev. HENRY WARD BEECHER.

ed in familiar language. Twenty-six num. Edward Down, M.D., Prof. of Descriptive "In the laundry of my house there is a perpetual thanksgiving on Mondays for the in- bers form a handsome half-yearly volume. and Comparative Anatomy. vention of your excellent Wringer."--Rev. THEODORE L. CUYLER.

The columns of the American Artisan are Emil Querner, M.D., Prof. of Physiology Every week has given it a stronger hold upon the affections of the inmates of the rendered attractive by articles from the and Microscopic Anatomy. laundry.-N. Y. Obserrer.

pens of many talented American writers Lewis A. Hall, M.D., Prof. of Diseases of BOTH THESE MACHINES HAVE RECENTLY BEEN GREATLY IMPROVED. upon scientific and mechanical subjects. the Nervous System.

You may prove the above statement truc by sending the retail price: Washer, $14; Terms of subscription : Single copies, by A. Rittenhouse, M.D., Prof. of Special | Extra Cog-Wheel Wringer, $9; and we will forward to places where no one is selling, mail, per year, $2 50 in advance. Single Pathology and Diagnosis.

either or both, free of charges. If, after a trial of one month, you are not entirely satis- copies, by mail, six months, $1 25 in adJ. V. Lewis, LL.D., Lecturer on Medical fied, we will REFUND THE MONEY on the return of the machines.-Large discount Jurisprndence.

to the trade everywhere.—R. C. BROWNING, General Agent, 23 Cortlandt St., N. Y. The publishers of the American Artisan James Cochran, M.A., M.D., Demonstrator

are also extensively engaged as Solicitors of Anatomy.

of American and Foreign Patents, and will L. D. McMichael, M.D., Demonstrator of


promptly forward to all who desire it, per Surgical Anatomy.

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We do know that the West Pump is all that any man ever ant Information for Inventors and Patenttion is afforded. Free tickets to all our

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constructed, have been too cnmbrous or too expen

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31 and 33 Vescy Street, New York. Your “ Advocate" is received and circulated. Please accept my thanks. You are extending a blessing to us old tea drinkers in the West.

My profession keeps me in my office, but the limited opportunities I have shall be devoted to the extension of your trade. The orders I have sent have been purely from private families. I have recommended your house to our merchants, with what success you know, not I. They might not like to have their customers see the profits they make. I remain, verv respectfully yours,


Receive their Teas

wo will put each party's goods in separate packages,

and mark the name upon them, with the cost, so there BY T H E CA R GO, need be no confusion in their distribution-each party FROM THE BEST

getting exactly what he orders, and no more. The cost

of transportation the members can divide equitably Tea Districts of China and Japan,

among themselves. AND SELL THEM IN

Parties sending club or other orders for less than QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS

thirty dollars, had better send Post-office draft or money

with their orders, to save the expense of collections by AT CARGO PRICES.

express; but larger orders we will forward by express,

to “collect on delivery.” To give our readers an idea of the pronts which have

Hereafter we will send a complimentary package to boen made in the Tea Trade (previous to the establish

the party getting up the club. Our profits are small, ment of the GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY), we will

but we will be as liberal as we can afford. We send start with the American Houses, leaving out of the

no complimentary package for clubs of less than $30. account entirely the profits of the Chinese factors.

Parties getting their Teas of us may confidently

rely upon getting them pure and fresh, as they come First. The American House in China or Japan makes

direct from the Custom-House stores to our Warelarge profits on their sales or shipments--and some

houses. of the richest retired merchants in this country have

We warrant all the goods we sell to give entire satismade their immense fortunes through their houses in

faction. If they are not satisfactory they can be returned China.

at our expense within thirty days, and have the money Second. The Banker makes large profits upon the

refunded. foreign exchange used in the purchase of Teas.

The Company have selected the following kinds from Third. The Importer makes a profit of 30 to 50 per

their stock, which they recommend to meet the wants cent in many cases.

of clubs. They are sold at cargo prices, the same as the Fuurth. On its arrival here it is sold by the cargo, and

Company sell them in New York, as the list of prices the purchaser sells it to the Speculator in invoices of

will show. 1,000 to 2,000 packages, at an average profit of about 10 per cent.

PRICE LIST OF TEAS. Fifth. The Speculator sells it to the Wholesale Tea

OOLONG (Black), 70c., 80c., 90c., best, $1 per lb.
Dealer in the lines, at a profit of 10 to 15 per cent.

MIXED (Green and Black), 70c., 80C., 90c., best, $1 per
Sixth. The Wholesale Tea Dealer sells it to the Whole- Ib.
Mle Grocer in lots to suit his trade, at a profit of about

ENGLISH BREAKFAST (Black), 80c., 90c., $1, $1 10, best,

$1 20 per lb. 10 per cent.

IMPERIAL (Green), 80c., 90c., $1, $1 10, best, $1 25 per
Serenth. The Wholesale Grocer sells it to the Retail Ib.
Dealer, at a profit of 15 to 25 per cent.

YOUNG HYson (Green), 80c., 90c., $1, $1 10, best $1 35
Eighth. The Retailer sells it to the Consumer, for ALL

UNOOLORED JAPAN, 90c., $1, $1 10, best, $1 25 per Ib. THE PROFIT HE CAN GET.

GUNPOWDER (Green), $1 25, best, $1 50 per lb. When you have added to these EIGHT profits as many brokerages, cartages, storages, cooperages, and

COFFEES ROASTED AND GROUND DAILY. waste, and add the original cost of the Tea, it will be

GROUND COFFEE, 200., 25., 30c., 35c., best, 40c., perceived what the consumer has to pay. And now we per lb. Hotels, Saloons, Boarding-honse keepers, and propose to show why we can sell so much lower than Families who use large quantities of Coffee, can cconosmall dealers.

mize in that article by using our French Breakfast and

Dinner Coffee, which we sell at the low price of 80 c. per We propose to do away with all these various profits

Ib., and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. and brokerages, cartages, storages, cooperages, and waste, with the exception of a small commission paid

Consumers can save from 50c. to $1 per lb. by purfor purchasing to our correspondents in China and

chasing their Teas of the Japan, one cartage, and a small profit to ourselves

GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, which, on our large sales, will amply pay us.

31 and 33 VESEY STREET. By our system of supplying Clubs throughout the

Post-Ofice Box 5,643, New York City. country, consumers in all parts of the United States THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY (established 1861)

is recommended by the leading newspapers, religious can receive their Teas at the same price, with the small

and secular, in this and other cities, viz.: additional expense of transportation, as though they

American Agriculturist, Orange Judd, Editor. bought them at our Warehouse in this city.

Christian Advocate, New York City, Daniel Curry, Some parties inquire of us how they shall proceed

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Christian Advocate, Cincinnati, Ohio, J. M. Reid, D.D.,

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Examiner and Chronicle, New York City, Edward on the list, as seen in the club-order published below,

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ignorant. Much valuable information may be The coal-fields of England are very extens

obtained from the PURENOLOGICAL JOURNAL ive, and excepting her manufactures, consti

AND LIFE ILLUSTRATED, a most interesting tute the richest source of profit to the nation.

monthly magazine edited by Mr. S. R. Wells, The product of the English mines alone annu

which had before the war quite a large circulaally exceeds seventy million tons, of which a

tion in Texas. The subscription price per large quantity is exported to America and

annum is only $3, and a single number of it is the continent of Europe. English coal is used

alone worth the money. Mr. Wells is also the almost exclusively on ocean steamers. The

publisher of a long list of works on phrenology, most important coal districts lie in the north

physiology, hydropathy, and other scientific

works, as well as a number of miscellancous ern counties of Northumberland, Cumberland,

books. Any of our Texas friends who may be York, Lancaster, Durham, Derby, and Stafford;

in New York during the spring and summer, and the major part of the peasant population

who can spare an hour or two, would be well there is employed in the mines. In some of

repaid by dropping in at this popular resort on the deeper mincs, whole families, men, women,

Broadway, No. 389, where they will be sure to and children, live and delve, breathing the nox

see much to interest them." ious exhalations, exposed to imminent peril from explosions and falling rock, and rarely ascend to the surface of the ground and enjoy


lowing remarkable coincidences will be read the genial sunlight. As a necessary result, AN ENGLISHI COAL MINER.

with interest: Some time since it was announcthese wretched victims of the meanest toil are dwarfed and blunted in intellect and semi-sav- may not be cast in their teeth that the produced that a man at Titusville, Pennsylvania, comage in manner and habit. Some of the mines, tion of such wealth is at the cost of English

mitted suicide for the strange reason that lie owing to the thickness and multiplicity of the servitude, misery, and degradation.

had discovered that he was his own grandfather.

Leaving a dying statement explaining this sin. veins of coals, or their inclination, are upward

gular circumstance, we will not attempt to unof two thousand feet in depth. It is said that A TEXAS EDITOR ON PARENOLOGY. – The ravel it, but give his own explanation of the very young children are taken into the damp

Galveston Daily News publishes the following mixed-up condition of his kinsfolk in his own and filthy pits by their parents, and compelled

editorial correspondence in a late number of words. He says: “I married a widow who to labor with them. The destitution, misery, that paper: “Strolling up Broadway the other

had a grown-up daughter. My father visited and ignorance which would permit such unday, I accidentally stopped in front of the store

our house very often, fell in love with my stepnaturalness must be extreme. In a report pre- of our old friends the phrenologists, who used

daughter, and married her. So my father besented before the House of Commons we read to advertise extensively in the ' News' before

came my son-in-law, and mystep-daughter my the following confirmation of the above revolt

the war, and whose works had a large circula- mother, because she was my father's wife. ing statement: tion and a liberal patronage in Texas. After

Some time afterward my wife gave birth to a " In the smaller collieries of the Oldham dis- examining the numerous curiosities in the win

son; he was my father's brother-in-law and my trict, which has only thin strata, varying in dow, which always attract a crowd outside, I uncle, for he was the brother of my step-mother, thickness from eighteen inches to twenty-four, stepped in and found Mr. S. R. Wells at his

My father's wife-i. e., my step-daughter-liad children are employed so early as six, five, and accustomed post in the office, though they have

also a son; he was, of course, my brother, and even four years of age."

changed their quarters to the opposite side of in the mean time my grandchild, for he was Comment is unnecessary when it is remem- the way, and are now near Canal Street, in a

the son of my daughter. My wife was my bered that this occurs in a land where Christi- much larger establishment, with increased fa

grandmother, because she was my mother's anity is upheld by governmental vigilance. cilities for conducting their business. I also

mother. I was my wife's husband and the Our cut represents an English miner of the found Prof. Sizer in the examination-room,

grandchild at the same time. And as the lusbetter class—a sort of upper workman or boss ; where he is kept constantly employed, deline

band of a person's grandmother is his grandyet in the heavy features, thick, blunt nose, and ating the various characters of those who pre- father, I was my own grandfather.” After this general slouchiness we find no indications of sent themselves every hour in the day to as

logical conclusion we are not surprised that the intellectual force or manly aspiration. Such certain what they are best fitted for, and to gain unfortunate man should have taken refuge in is the low rate of wages paid by the coal com- some knowledge of self, which ought to form a

oblivion. panies to the laborers, that the great mass of portion of every man's education in this enthem can scarcely earn more than the pittance lightened age.

"THE PARENOLOGICAL JOURNAL, one of the necessary for daily sustenance; the education “Although the science of Phrenology las of their children in the lowest branches of been much ridiculed, it has been gradually Providence Press of May 23d.

most useful publications in the country."learning being entirely out of the question. working its way wherever it has been introHence by such a system of oppression it can duced by those capable of grasping the subject. not be wondered at that the mining population

THE " should be so low, so brutish, as it has again ed in the South since the war, and the number PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL and again been declared to be by prominent of young men that have now to seek employEnglish educators and philanthropists.

AND LIFE ILLUSTRATED, ment, who had before no necessity to put forth There has been legislation with a view to a

Is devoted to The Sctence of Man, in all its branches, any exertion for a living, I can not but think

including PHRENOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, remedy for the flagrant evils of the collieries, much benefit might be derived from paying

PSYCHOLOGY, ETHNOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, etc. It furnishes and some improvement has been the result;

a guide in Choosing a Pursait, and in judging of some attention to this subject, as many doubtbut British statesman must give more atten

the dispositions of those around us, by all the known tion to so important an interest as the physical less possess dormant capabilities of which they

external - Sigus of Character."

Published monthly, $3 a year in advance. Clạbs of and moral state of their own countrymen. tivation, enable them to shine in the world; are wholly unconscious, which might, by cul

ten or more, $2 each. Sample numbers, 30 cents. Now They should see to it that while they boast of

is the time to subscribe. A new volume begins with the wealth poured into their nation's treasury while others have proclivities, which almost

the July number. Supplied by Booksellers and Newsfrom coal-mines the richest in the world, it amount to besetting sins, of which, as well as

men everywhere. the means of correcting them, they are wholly




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