:g7jllie'u, Visit ; to Elfin
- Grotto. , .
BY M. r. CALDOR.
IlIESEthe litUe elfin attached to
jhpr. shell, wnwft roueu out mw
,.;rtt chariot imaginable,
and raising her sea-green &can
:i ah motioneu M line tu a
v".i He wonoered how that
would be possible, since bis single hand
. " rs-iiTfihnrioE. driver and ail iroin
iw -NeVertheW, ilh a strangeness
t.i to dreams, where we often
?il?i.. iuinossible thinsrs. knowing.
HVWUI ,,a I -J - , ,
.1 u oil nur HleeD. that we miv-t oe
i T:j. tn cnnml so. he fouud him
sett very comfortably settled beside her,
. ,i .-1. .1... -i..i r-t ii ,r IVi'i in-
dashing along wuiuS.. v..- &,
fnw water?, without the least liieouveii
fuel'intr the moiatnre Of a single I
" "drop tlle Hudson, from Troy to Poughkeepsie
- i-Such wonderful sights as he saw ! But it ig nearly the same as in Connecticut ;
"most of his,i tteation was absorbed by the appletrees are loaded. In some of
the wiict-JUtle elf tluslde,vwlio could the towns about Hartford the trees are
3. sfearO v iitai u lier oyat sailin)5 once kept from breaking down by props and
more upon the water. "How she danced, stays. "Golden Sweets" sell to dealers
and laughedTiatid sang! until growing at $1 per ,barrel, and purchasers are
more sedate, and remembering, perhaps, scarce st even that rate. Many farmers
: " hr promise to Willie, "she motioned her are feeding them Out to their stock. In
- rwlmbte - steeds o go dowipfard, and Maine it is the same. A large dealer re
''jWdW ITM4 peliltfs 4)reath;1tu fear fused, last week to take Khode Island
'and horror, they began to sink down Greenings, deliverable in October, at
down it seemed to him they would any price above $1 a barrel. It is a great
never stop, for the rushing noise in his year for apples.
irfejrfetti8hoatieUttle ; t, ,pu
!v,rvi,fMl bim exceed- Laegk Crop from ose Kose. The
- " '-Bui" at length, they gained the j
jngy " fcScW ami then Willie 1
forgot everything else but his wonder
ing admiration, , Such, a charming grotto
, T5ZTi.,jz-xxnnimittrtt. flora1.'M:Udck-
us ne naa leauuuw, -
; - "'T5ninff gems, and flowers J
. "-.w thgn aiiTt.hinir I
rare -than anything
" 1 were trarlanded I
.i a.Villo a wHnle COmnaUV I
7 B8UUUie, I
of iust such pretty little creatures as ins i
. wr biiBV at work. Dnirni-I
s JKfl)l $staI,no9J!i nd iwepiag off J
" : . . . , . 1 ,1 an nit a O IWI BITTIO I
ha v,ttAnr troldeu sanus, ana some
skillfully weaviug new wreaths of flow
ers btenjnSftt that obedient
irenu neia neiore lucm, " '
nil amtinri tn nnnint nillars of corral by
rrawliita rawsstwerecharming cnan
oSortlielirwaitlng for theTr Busy little
owners. YlX-tZ 1 ey
r rimr-diil San 4BideiigUted sur-
L. .vmuu x , -- r
-"-We feared you were lost dear sister,"
said they; "and had engaged our friend
SwordfisrtV W tiU wyage landward ,
and see wTiame touia near 01 you.
ihe; k" It
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S?!"?'? rSThrf foT-thS
.nit Ui nu. Whv. tnere s not a
single wave to rock you to sleep! But
i u j .v-i- oiiuorp I
O, we forgot," chimed in their silvery
, frit Kectune noias a leveee l
J. : a . .r aa hu
lo-nigui. bbo we f'.c V"T"... ,
. it. ms h malesty was very
,;wiih one of his subjects, Giant
.'-fnr Hpmnlishlner a new grotto of
crystal he had hist completed, and called
BlintO.aCCOUnifc e puawra, iu
atioii, the cruel treatment he had re
ceived flroiB those strange men that live
in the flying, white-winged houses,
. which made him wild with pain, and
unconscious -of the injury he was doing,
; und showed a fearful: wound from their
Wnonn. as proof of the truth of his
story Sp ibe wrath o Neptune was
tun&dgiie fe-UK-wineu nouse.
He called up his servants, and such , a
terriflc storm as there was up there at
the surface, we felt the commotion down
x fccev Wb vrtiula roared tand shrieked,
the waves rose, and. almost buried her
white wngs, ana the great ship P'-hed
n.wi trmhlMl about like an egg-sneu.
jjut will you believe? despite his maj
esty's power,- when .-morning- dawned
as bravely as before. His majesty was
very angry, and sent for his wisest
oracle, to show him what power had
prevented his spells from succeeding.
To-night it is to be explained. So you
have just come in time to witness it.
You must hurry, for it is near the time.
The moon shines down here upon us,
which- is the hour fixed upon lor the
His "elfln friend motioned to Willie to
keep silence, and ijakft a , jseat : beside
her. while shew6vc' a" 'wreath for her
golden locks, and made a veil of moss to
hide him in the chariot from her sharp
eyedvkinafolk sWJien all was ready,
the shell chariots and their tiry driv-
ers set out for the great reception hall of
: it WIU10 naa tnougni emn groiLo
ellarnrn,. "words would not describe bis
admiration for'the great palace hall they.l
entered. The dazzling iigms, tne crys-
tnl floors, the ieweled arches and gof-
geous flowers quite amazea mm ; uui ne
Pntr tll na vonr adventures ("
Uo&ai kid Bhivef rwi to.
had only time to glance at tnem nastiiy, Here, again, towls kept on grass will tm the fish is done ; previously to its be
for his attention waa entirely absorbed need no attention ; but tor birds penned -mg thoroughly done, add pepper, salt,
by the sight or JNeptune, on nis great
throne of coral and ivory, his majestic
iridejit rin Jiis vtptghtyv hand, ;in,L his
fcfel-cirfg-eye 'flxe'd" earnestly upon ' the
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whose incantation had com-
Oracle, wnose lucauiaiiuu
menced when Willie and. his friend ar-
One spot in the hall, where stood
a dark green arch-way, was dark and
dim with a cloud of smoke. Before it
stood the oracle, and there every eye
was turned. , Presently, with a roaring
-iois3HieitS6udVf the most tern-
nestuous waves, the cloud roneu away
like a scroll; leaving a picture to ' view,
so lifelike Willie almost rushed toward
it, 4n delight;-There on the calm, dark
waters, with the magic light of the full
inooii shining dpwn upon Upturning
v-V48no,v sail "inta silvery, sheen.
rode proudly and secureljr a noble ship,
So nerfeet it was. every single rope and
spar stood out distinct and lifelike.and on
the deck, witn nis eyes nieu on me muuii,
Willie recognizee! ni own, roesr latuer s
gallant form, MS Speaking trumpet drop
ping idly trom his hand, and on his face
an expression that showed, better than1
words could have done, his thoughts
were, far away, at home with hife wife
"Yes," said Neptune, shortly and
sternly; "that is the ship I would have
brought hither to bleach on coral reefs.
Now show me the, powe that has been
at work to thwart the' efforts of my
The clouds gathered, and rolled oetore
the picture, and again there was dun-
iaS rinrkneefM a DO lit tne weea-
wreaThea "arcliway; "Then came a low,
sweet strabi of music, such as the stars
might sing in their silent watcn aoove.
Slowly, very slowly t seemed to all the
eves strained forward to catch the first
nlimnu r.f thn nminr nicturc. the cloud
dispersed, ana tne ciear voice vi mo
oracle repeated ,a i
"Behold, your majesty, the power
that has frustated your design."
Willie leaned forward from behind
his mossy screen, gazing as eagerly at
the wonflfering elves. Ah I what a fa
miliar scene came up before him ! There,
iu her quiet chamber, beneath the mild
light of her single lamp, her snowy
drapery falling around her, was his
mother's kneeling figure. Never before
had the sea elves seen such serene light,
in eves so pure and holy. Never such
clasping hands so pearly and beautiful,
. W . ljwtoA w va rtf rlarlr
tuiiiiainS -r,i i,.,
brc-wn nair nanging arouna ner grace-
rui snouioers. JMever wi a.iu ..u-
Tint.. No woi.der a murmer of admira-
V t lllj t, 111 1 1 VJ ti.i n.wwv.ivv. f - - - . -
i - , .
tlon ran arouna tne nau oi xeptune. never attempt to teach two or more lcs
Accustonied sight as It had been, never 80ns at one time Thu for instance
before had little Willie, realized how ever break a horse to the saddle and
mng .Nepuine s tnucni, uau jaueii
from his hand, and hia sea-green locks
were bowed upon tiis breast. "It is
noiiffh." he murmered. hoarsely. "No
-- ,, . -
power or mine can ayau, wuerc nieiBia une oi liorse-broaking as practiced Inl broth alowlv stlrrl no-prayer-
like- that t6 protect the ship.- My the British Isles, is, first make the horse's while. Boii ten min
iicrccHt oiaii ma c Ttiiii umnvi. .
Very proud and happy, Willie leaned
forward tttbete'more -.plainly.ianrt, In do-
ine so: down fell' the mossy veil, expos-
imrhlmti the caze of the whole com
pany, A cry iof astonishment went up
fr'onl theelvetfaround him. ' He tried
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hide hlmseu i Wltnin wio;cnarioi, uui, it i cuci.1, uiuic iii a suuitur nine man top in me iuim oi a dome; aua a wine
shrivelled smaller "and smaller, refusing any other .method. glassful of water; then have ready half
to cover hlrri.jJi fn ll aisreus na per-
plexity of the moment, he uttered a cry
of alarm, and oriental! his eves, where
shpuld toe Sna nimseir dui tying sun oaun. id iiuim new iu um young norse, viousiy wetieu it witn a paste-crusti ilip
and bewildered before the parlor grate, a care should be had not to permit him to pea in water, then roll out the remain-
painful throbbing In his cheek, where It
had lain upon the hard shell, with the
nrettvenzravinar ot Undine crushed and
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cnlmn ed in nis (lamu. cicncneu umiu
Turning around, in the bewildered
manner of one just waking from so
vivld?avUion 1 teems impcBiDie r to
helteVe lt "only a dreani, he saw his
mother sitting at the table, witn nis
father S UKOneSB inner nanu, uuu um
weury, wistful stulne-.- lie so often saw
there, in her ye.
He sprang to lor si-Jc, ana wouua las
arms uronml her neck, whispering, as
his cheek laid loviri2ly agaiusi, hers,
" Don't grieve for father, mother dear,
lie is 6afe, and great Neptune says it is
your prayer?, my own good mother,
that keep him so."
Then he related his strange dream
about the shell; and who wonders that
she wiped away the tears, and kissed
fondly the handsome, boyish face, so like
that of the gallant captain, who, that
very moment, was pacing to and fro
upon his moonlit deck afar on the dis
tant ocean, dreaming as loudly of them.
A Big Apple Chop. A journey through
the six New England State? and a por
tion of New York, reveals the fact that
the apple crop is equally abundant in all
quarters. The trees everywhere are
loaded with this staple 1 fruit. Along
IndOn GardenerU Magazine thinks that
as a Decunlarv investmont. growing a
good sized Morechal Jfiel rose, beats
growing grapes, ana gives mucn less
tronble; and in the support of the opin-
ion. describes a rose growing at Mr.
Harington's nursery at Darlington
The tree is
The tree is three years old, budded Or
Manetti stock, but is now growing on
DOtn the Jlanettl ana ItS OWn roots, itlnfsawt finnlM nri hnile.l dnu.ii mil
cigm. '&"'-; j i
wjii leei. i"ug. iue uuums jo npauucu
roof. This spring Mr. Harrison has cut
about two thousand roses, and a third
cron is now approaching maturity. These
blooms find a ready market. . In early
spring thev sell at sixpence each. Two
thousand blooms at threepence each
would produce 25." .
Pomological Ccriositt. One of the
most ' interesting illustrations of the
freaks of nature is now in the possession
of Mr. EUwood Walter. President Of the
Mercantile Mutual Marine Insurance
Company of this city. It is a section
of the branch of an apple tree, having
on it one apple and two pears. . Tbe j
fruit is fully developed, and of natural
growth. This wonder grew on Mr.
Walter's farm, at Englewood, N. J. Mr.
Walter states that many years ago, when
the apple tree was planted, a pear tree
was planted in closeproximity to it and
both have grown up. Yet the branches
are not interlocked, and there has been
no graiung uone Aiie irees are so ciose
branch tonr-li anh other
no grafting done The trees are so close
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wnen swayeu oy ine winu. xne irun,
is growing at the extreme end of the
branch, and tbe apple is on a stem be
tween the separate stem of the two
pears. These are not apples resembling
pears, but are unmistakably peare,
1 here was another pear in the groupe
which was plucked and tasted. Tbe spec
imen with tbe apple leaves attached, lias
been perserved iu a solution of glycerine
Best Time to Cut Bushes. Twenty
years ago I bought a pasture of good soil,
out Daaiy overrun witn Dustier roses,
blackberry, - bayberry, and barberry.
For several years thereafter, as opportu
nity occurred during the summer sea
son, the bushes were cut, and I had
good opportunity to observe the effect
upon tneir lire wnen cut at mnerent
times. It wa' uniformly the case with
all the kinds, that when they were cut
in the latter part ot August.or early in
September, they were most injured if
not killed by the proceeding. The roses
were nearly all killed by one cutting at
thateason, ana the Barberry, especially
those of large growtn and which were
in fruit, never sent up a sprout from the
stump or root. The oavoerry and black
berry were more difficult to eradicate
with the scythe, but were then, and are
now, kept down better when cut late
in summer than at any other time. I
am con Helen t the time mentioned is the
best to destroy any plant by cutting up :
and I think it would be more effectual
if done before the foliage drops) in the
autumn, while tbe plant is growing, and
too late for it to make a new growth be-
Green Food For Fowls. Mr. L
Wright, in his new serial work on PouL
1 try, nas tuese opservations on green iooa
I which are of great Importance to those
who attempt to breed fowls in confined
i quarters :
I . "The last reauisite in the shape of di
et, is a regular supply 01 green ioou.
up, the daily provision or it is an aoso-
lute necessity, though most beginners
are ignorant of it. We well remember
in our own early experiences, how our
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I fowls died, we could not at first why:
I and one flue Buff Cochin cock, whose
only fault was a strong vulture-hock,
was, in particular, greatly regretted. An
experienced friend let us into the secret
alter that we had no difficulty in keep
ing towls, even where it is often said
thev cannot be kentin health, viz. : in a
yard paved with large flag stones. The
i best substitute for natural grass is a
I large fresh turf if not allowed to be ta-
ken, grass may be cut or pulled, but in
this case must be cut iuto green chaff
with shears or a chaff machine. The
latter plan is how we actually managed
for years in a yard only sixty-seven by
' thirty-five feet, divided into six pens
I paving some child a few nenee to bring
I fresh-cut grass daily, cutting it up and
i mixing it witn tneir meat.
Scientific Drainage The Naw York
college rules require the students to la-
oor on the iarm three hours each day ;
and there are some forty or fifty of them
iiiiii Lin.i clue oiftjic ivi '.. y vi iiii y ui 1 11 o 111
hi. inct-nofo,! in ti, n,-ati,i i ,..n
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as in the scientific theory of farm drain
age. A knowledge of this snbject is one
of the most important requirements of
the go-ahead farmer, yet one at:the same
time, probably less understood than any
otner which usually claims his attention.
it is indeed, a thing of which oue cannot
become practically informed if he mas-
rers ail tne text dooks printed, i nese
re uwsiui ui uuuise, uut uuiy iu con
nection witn tue experience necessary to
put their rules into practice. Hence the
great utility of the course of which these
young men are receiving the benefit.
on leaving uorne.ll and engaging in
iarm lite, each will become just what
i noureu m iuo i-iu nu example
and an authority in bis particular neigh
bor hoot I. carrying the scientific prin
ciples they have acquired into tieir ev-
ery-day life, thev will be looked up to
and consulted, we predict, by hundreds
of farmers anxious to be informed on
this, to them, important topic. They
will thus become centers of knowledge,
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irom vhicn lnlormation will radiate in
all direcc'ons. We hope this branch of
practical education will be given in all
our agricultural colli ges the attention
the importance of the subject deserves
Mirs TWimivMniiBAN is tmnrl niithnritv
on training colts-and this is the .v ay she
on training colts, ana tnisis tne -.vav
lta t .The secret of success in break-
iJg young horses is t0 con,mence early,
mrritra Fimnunii, ekm.f lacicinriii n
i cai ii iccnuu iiiiLti jl ta ,um ui ciitsiiiuu.illiu
harness at the time. Decide which you
want to do, men perfect the animal in
one or the other, and the first lesson
having been acquired, the second will
be attniriRfl without trouble. Thn rnn.
i. .- :
iiiuuLii anu give nun a goou carriage.
This effected by using a heavy, smooth
mouthing snaffle, buckling the lower
reins to the side buckles of his collar
- and then permittlnc the minil to remain
I loose in a roomy box-stall, where he can
to 1 move about and play with his bit. This
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abjuuuhuictou uiuuiu nas oe-
come fine, but not until then, he may be
mounted. As carrying a weight on his
travel taster tnan a waiK until his action
has become easy and free from nervous-
ness. Even then, for many weeks, he
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i suuuiu nun uo anuvveu iu nunc luau
trot gently on level ground and never
be galloped unless on springy turf. Too
aeep a sou causes a norse to laoor, ana it
frequently galloped on such his action
I oecomes nigneranu less rapiu tnan it
wimnrao nvuiu umi ran,
'I've ntrr'.'U rci,e w ?Yfc tp 7 lireaf:
qU?k to our reader, iH. ikii HfpctrziMut, are j
ijreer,Ud only after they hare been tested and j
f-roren. rsltaoie. ike i Hjormatt'm they contan
Kill, thereare. aUtoy be fo'l tn be raliable !
and irelZ u&rthy r-f prwrzatt'fn.
Tb Clean Glass Vessels. Glass vessels
and other utensils, may be purified aud
cleaned by rinsing them out with pow
Cheap Cake. Oue pint of flour, one
tup of sugar, bntter as large as the bowl
of a spoon, milk to make stiff as pound
( cake, one teaspoonful of cream of tartar,
; half teaspoonful of soda.
jlolusses Drop Cakes. One cup of
mola.'.ses, one half cup of butter, three ,
cups of flour, two teaspoonfuls of ginger
one of soda. Beat the insrredients well !
together, ai.d diop w ith a spoon in a but
tered tin. . Hake quick.
Boiled Pears. Are eaten with roast
meat Instead of apple or cranberry sauce.
Choose fair, smooth ones ; put them into
eolu water and boil them whole, without
paring and without sugar.- It will take I
an hour, or an hour and a half, accor
ding the size of the fruit. . . '
Wild Goose. A wild goose should be
roasted rare ; one hour's roasting is suf-
ncient. JLaa a glass ot reii wine ana
half a cup of currant jelly to the gravy,
which is made the same as lor a common
goose. Boil it toge her, and genu it to
the taoie in a saucetureen.
Boast Ducks. Are dressed in the
same way as geese. A large pair of
tame.ducks require one hour to roast,
black ducks half an hour, and canvas-
back, twenty-hve minutes, the gravy
made the same as for goose. VV lid ducks !
should be roasted after the soup is sent
to the table.
An excellent Marmalade. Is made bv
boiling sweet apples alone, in cider made
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to oe very ncn. J.ne sauce in this case
,s strained warm throua-h a coarse sieve
or rddle, and boiled again a very little
while : or it may be put into deep dishes
and set into the oven after the bread is
Soast Partridges. Lard them well
with fat pork ; tie the legs down to the
rump, leaving the feet on ; while cook
ing, baste them well with butter. They
require twenty-five or thirty minutes to
cook. To make the gravy, put the drip- I
pings into a saucepan with a piece of but- I
ter about tbe size of an egg, and a little
flour and hot water. Let it boil up once.
Preserving Barberries. They must be
gathered when not oyer ripe, and the
leaves and dead stalks should be picked
off; after which they should be placed
in jars in a large quantity or salt and
water, and tied down with bladder.
They must oe looked at occasionally ,and
as soon as a scum is seen to rise on them
they should be put into new salt and
Steamed Apples. Have a circular
piece of tin with holes in it, of a size to
ht into the kettle half way from the bot
tom ; put boiling water into the Kettle,
and lay in the apples. Heep the water
boiling, and in an hour they will be
i done through. Lay them in a dish.
spread on a very little butter, sprinkle
sugar over them, and cover them until
the table is ready.
Cream Pies. Four eggs beaten iu a
half-pint cold milk, with six large ta-l
biespoontuis or nour,tea cup or sugar, a
little salt, neat one quart ot milk near
ly to boiling, then stir the eggs, etc.,
into the milk, ana stir rapidly until it
thickens. Add one teaspoonlul of lemon.
Make the pastry as for custard pies.
n hen done, pour tbe cream on the pies
and set away until cool.
Stewed Apples. Apples kept over for
winter use lose their periect flavor.
and the summer luxury of "stewed ap
ples" is rarely enjoyed during the wi
ter or spring. While apples are plenty.
anil in flue flavor, stew them with sugar
and seal them up. .T hey will be as spicy
and delicious at Christmas as in Septem
ber. A. cheaper or more tavorite article
for the tea-table can scarcely be fouud
Currant Cakes. Take six ounces of
currants, the same quality of pounded
loaf sugar, a little grated nutmeg, half
a pound of butter, and three-quarters of
a pound 01 dried and silted flour ; rub
the butter with the flour until thev are
well mixed then add the other ingredi
ents, aud bind them with three beaten
yolks of eggs, and two or three spoon-
tuis or rose or orange-nower water. Koii
it out. and cut it into round cakes with
the top of a wineglass or tin.
To make a Chowder. Lav some slices
of good fat pork in the bottom of your
pot, cut a iresn coa mto tmn slices and
lay them top of the pork, then a layer of
biscuit, and alternately the other mater
ials till you have used them all : then
put in a quart 01 water. iet it simmer
ana gucn otner seasoning as vou like.
and a thickening of flour, with a coffee
cup of good cream -or rich milk.
Cranberry Tart. Take half a pint of
cranoerrys, pick tnem irom the stems
and throw them into a saucepan with
half a pound of white sugar and a spoon-
tuior water; let tnem come to a boil:
then retire them to stand on the hob
while you peel and cut up lour large
apples ; put a rim of paste around your
dish : strew in the apples : pour the cran
berries over them : cover with a lid of
crust, and bake for an hour. For a
pudding, proceed in the same manner
with the fruit, and boil in a basin or
White Sauce. An excellent white
sauce for fcwls may be made of two
ounces of butter, two small onions, one
carrot, halt a small teaspoonlul of flour,
one pint 01 new milk, salt and pepper to
taste. Cut up the onions and carrots
very small, and put them into a stewpan
with the butter; simmer them until the
butter is nearly dried ; up; then stir in
the flour, and add the milk; boil the
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tile whole gently until it thickens, strain
I ir. SMfinn It. with snlf. Slnfl fiairnnna n,,l
it, season it with salt and
it will be ready to serve.
Apple Jelly. Pare, core, and cut thir
teen good apples into small bits: as thev
are cut throw them into two quarts of
cold water ; boil them, in this, with the
peer of a lemon, till the substance is
extracted, and nearly half the liquid
wasted ; urain tnem through a hair sieve.
Anu to a pint ot tne liquid add one
pound of loaf sugar pounded, the iiiice '
of one lemon, and the beaten whites of
one or two eggs ; put it into a saucepan,
stir it until it boils, take oil' the scum.
and let it boil till clear, and then pour
it into a mould.
Soast Beef. The tender loin, and first
and second cuts ofl"the rack, are the best
roasting pieces ;the third and fourth cuts
are good. When the meat is put to the
nre, a nttie salt should oe sprinkled on
it, and the bony side turned towards the
fire first. When the bones get well
heated through, turn the meat, and keep
i. . i . 1 . ' . . . . 1
a brisk fire; baste it frequently while
roasting. There should be a little water
EiL1?. ?! dliPpi,"?;Pan . cn. the
i"fc iii- iiu it ii. is a tiiicK piece,
allow fifteen minutes to each pound
rost " " lum, lesstime will be
Soup. Get what is called a good soup
Tin n fin 1 1 , ii i linn r. I . . : . . .. I- .
' "'"" '""o ilUUIIl, 111 O
oroui ; Di eak two eggs into
some flour, and knend It very still': roll
out In three sheets to the thickness of
wrapping-paper: spread them on a table
to dry for half an hour; then place them
on one another and roll them up as you
would jelly cake; witli a sharp knife cut
very fine strips from the end. not wider
than the thickness of a case-knife : shake
mciu tin ui wiDerate mi
them up to seperate them ;drop Into your
your soup all the
utes: season with
pepper, salt, celery, or a little parsley.
Bump-Steak Pie. Produce two nomuls
of rump steaks, which cut into thlnuish
slices, and season well with pepper and
salt; dip each piece into flour, and lay
them In a small pie-dish, finishing the
I . i . . .i - ,- t " .
a pounu oi puu paste, cut ou a small
piece, which roll into a band, and lay
around the edge of the dish, having nro-
der of the paste to about the size of the
dish and lay the other piece over ; make
a hole with a knife at the top, press the
i , ,i .
cugcn eveniy uown wnu your inumos.
trim the pie round with a knife, egg over
the top with a paste-brush, and orna-
ment witn tne trimmings or the paste,
according to fancy; bake it rather bet-
ter man an hour in a moderate oven,
mm sene ciiucr not or turn.
MAIN STREET, PAINESVILLE, O
E of tbe oldest S:?oe houses in Northern
Ohio. The cheapest place in t.e fctaisi to
urctiaty aj Kinds of
:OOIS AND SKOBr
My stock is xerr extensive, consisting of
all tbe varieties of Aiens 'W omens' and
Children's Boots, Shoes, Gaiter and Slip
peri and Xatber Finding!?, all of which
will be sold at exceedingly small profits,
for ready pay. Call and tee Keuieiuber
the place. No. 90 Main street, two doors
west ot" Jl. Wilcox's Hank. Avail your
selves of the rare chance of investing
your monev. --We- charge nothing for
showing oar goods. Xo. 90 ilain street.
Eddy's Cheap Beady Pay Shoe Store,
Buy Twenty Cents worth and reecive a
Of an Alphabet for the Children, worth 15 Cents
II Alt n WARE!
The undersigned offer to Dealers and Custom
ers at lowest rates.
Carriage and Harness
Geo W. Worthington Sc Co.
JYos. 90 92
Warner & Mastick.
The Narrow Gauge Store
Side Track Auction Store,
Nos. 166 &141
STATE STREET, PAINESVILLE, O.
Are now supplied with
All Kinds of Merchandise
Withal a general stock of Goods, all
Bought at Low Figures
And to be sold acordinsly!
We use no common, cheap flattery snch as of
fering to our customers a spool 01 tnreaa,
or something of that kind, a little
cheaper than our neighbors,
hut we sell anything
in our stock
Special Bargains in
In connection with the 1
'NARROW GACGE "
Store No. 141,,
Next to James H. Taylor's Grocew; where, aside
from our regular stock, we-have the
Finest Lot of Chromos !
Ever offured in town.
I ALL NEW SUBJECTS
AND WELL FRAMED.
To thoso desirous of ornamenting their par
lors and making home attractive, wo will say
tnat these Cbromos are of
AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP..
Our aim is to help customers to Goods at LOW
FIGURES. Our blivcr. I. V ARN KI .In., hns
had practical experience in lookins uu bar-
gains' and knows "ow t0 Krebcra
" GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE HALF SOLD,.
WARNER Sc MASTJ.CK,
1G6 STATE STREET.
1C3 "3xmh.els Wanted!
-?Ioux yeed and P.?' iu.c
Are connecved v. itli one of the IAP.ur?T
FLO U It MILLS
OF THE WEST,
therefore, can furni-h the WHOLESALE acfl
' HETAIL TRADE with tbe
SEST FLOUIi IX THE JIAEKET.
Also Manufacturers of tbe
ea Foam Baking Powder. I
Painesville, O. 45arS !
-f Oris FBEITAC,
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of
TOBACCO, SNUFF, &C.
CIGAES, THE BEST IJt TOWN.
PIPES of aU grades, from the finest Meerehaum
to tne cneapest ciay, ana a iuu assort
ment of all goods found in a
FIRST-CLASS TOBACCO STORE.
All articles sold at prices which
A song for the sons who honor deserve.
iV song lor tne sons 01 tne estern iteserve.
PAINE SYILLE, OHIO,
Corner of Main and St. Clair Streets,
PRATT BROS., Proprietors.
riven in all branches of a Coramer-
.ducation which includes the
SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS, COMMER
CIAL LAW, BOOK-KEEP
ING, PENMANSHIP and
Fifty good Bookkeepers, Penman, and Telegraph
operators wantett lmmeaiateiy to prepare
themselves for Business situations
sure to be found, good enter
prising Business men are
BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE a specialty.
Book-keeping 30 00
Penmanship, plain and ornamental 30 00
Telegraphing 25 00
Instruction per month, 8 00
r uu course in an uepurtinents nine un-
umiteu sio uo
A Thorough Course will be
given in Mathematics.
We intend to establish in this beautiful citv.
wnicu is unsurpassed lor its educational aavan
tages, a Commercial College that shall be a com
tiiete buuuvaa 111 oil ua u 1:1111 1111 1; 11 is.
College Honrs From 9 till 12 A. M. : from one
tui a, r. m.
B3?Fnll information sent to those desiring to
O. G. PRATT,
Carpets ! Carpets
AN IMMENSE STOCK FOR THE
We have just imported a choice line of
Which we offer at Greatlv Reduced. Prt
ces. Those who have houses to furnish anew
will find the most unique styles of the season at
our store, and we are confident will save their
expenses to Cleveland.
A EUIL ASSORTMENT OF
CURTAINS AND FPIIOLSTERY GOODS.
Carpets at Wholesale at Manufacturer's Prices.
Beckwith, Sterling & Co.
187 & 189 Supe rior st.
HART & M ALONE,
103, 105 & 107 "Water St.,
30, 32 Sc 34 St. Clair St
C. H. Wheeler,
BOOTS and SHOES.
nr rwTinlf wew KfrfWK OP EVERY
J VAU1ETV ofgoods in tliis line, just re
ceived for the Spring and Si immer Trade ot
No. 103 Main st. Call and cxuiuino tho stock
Every kind of work made to order and in all
i i-... ,..,,.. i. .1. linlh ns to ma
terial and work. Repairing . 4onc at tho shortest
notice. Sign of the Red Boot
ZED "V" IB Jt "5T STYLE
lain and Fancy Work
Neatly and Promptly,
Journal Printing House,
No. 114 Main St.,
ZE3-A-IHriE3S'V"IT iT. iE, O.
npHE PROPRIETORS of this establishment
their stock of Tvne and material, are prepared
. 1111 1 1 1 1 11 1 ii 1 in V in ill n I.. . UTii -, v i: nuuiimuj w
to do such work as mav be entrusted to their
hands in a satisfactory manner.
New Type and Machinery.
As the Tvne and Mac.hinerv are all new and
nf th IntosTt ami nine, n rmmvPtri fctvtfR. their fa
cilities are not surpassed by any oflicein the city I
lor doing ail Kinus 01
ZETnsro" "Work: :
BILL HEADS, BILLS OF LADING,
CHECKS, CARDS, CIRCULARS,
LETTER & NOTE HEADINGS,
PROGRAMMES, STORE BILLS,
AUCTION BILLS, LABELS,
ENVELOPES, BALL TICK
ETS, INVITATIONS, &c.
The personal supervision of
Ts pveve.ised on all work, and satisfaction will be
guaranteed in every respect to any reasonable
minfl. Thi lnllnwinV arp rpencrnized as the essen
tial qualities of a good Printing Establishment:
GOOD WORK; Correct nnd as ordered.
PROMPTNESS ;delivery when promised
Particular attention is paid to Mercantile
Work. None butthe best stock will be used and
none but the best oi workmen will be employed.
Every Kind of
BOOK OB BLANK
Merchants, Banks, Hotels, Professional Men, j
County Ofticers. or by the public gener
ally, executed on short notice, in
the best style, and at the
Should be left at the Counting Room of tho
Northern Ohio Journal,
No. 114 Main St., Stockwell Block,
ORDERS B Y MAIL
Will receive prompt attention.
Estimates on work cheerfully furnished an A
lication by letter or otherwise.
MEAD & PATSE,
MAXrFiCTrRESS AND PEALEES IX
Xos. CI and 53 Mais' Stseet
ARLOrt AND CHAMBER SETS. TET3-A-iilXES.
SOFAS, SOFA CHAIRS, EASY
CHAIRS, LOUNGES, MARBLE, MA
HOGANY. AND WALNUT TOP
EXTENSION AND DINING ROOM TABLES,
DrBU I 1 V" 1.- 11 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1.' . 'I' 11 1 !!. 11 - 1
. vn.in " W 1 1.1 .-1. .1 1 V1UUUO 1 vr
vm nis jji.vi j KES5E!-. luxurious
ana auraoie, uooK-CASJSS, MIR
RORS, SPRING BEDS, WHAT
NOTS, FOLDING CHAIRS,
SC., &C, &c.
We have added to our former Ware Rooms the
rooms No 51 Main street, which gives us in
creased facilities for doing business. Give us a
can. jno trouble to show goods. -
D. W. MEAD.
GEO. W. PAYNE.
Furniture for the Million.
rpHE TNDEE3IGNED WISHES TO CALL
special attention to his assortment of
of all kinds, consisting of
chamber sets, bookcases, cane
AND WOOD SEATED CHAIRS. TA
BLES, LOUNGES, &C, &C.
A large quantity of Elegant MATTR ASSES Just
; Ill, '1" i.i.. 1 1 1 .1 1 : 1... 1
1 i;v 1.1 V 1 11. iiitlW SUiLUEiO llUUlSimi Ul
Eg?" Custom work of all kinds will receive
Cor. Main & State Sts., Over French's Grocer
FOR SALE AT
DE &c GO'S.
Union Meat Market.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS for sale at the lowest prices. All
meats delivered free of charge.
i Painesville, March S3, 1872.
We, the undersigned, are convinced, either by
using or examining the InvertibleTrough,lately
patented by F. J, Goldsmith, that it
desirable acquisition to any farm where a
trough is used; and take pleasure in recom
mending it to all who wish to be merciful to
their beasts or saving of their time and money.
GEORGE BI.ISII, M. B BATEEAM,
E. E. JOHNSON, B. F. FULLER,
CHAS. C. JENNINGS, L. E. NYE,
U. E. HODGE, R. MURRAY, 2d.
The only additional cost of this over any other
trough, is about an hours extra labor in making.
Any farmer can do it, and all otiA to.
Agents wanted. State, County, Town and
Farm Rights for Sale.
Farm Rights for sale at $2.00 Address
F- J. Goldsmith,
Painesvi le, Lake County, O., P. O. Box 045.
TO BRASS ISAXnX AXD ORCHESTRAS
MR. GEORGE BURT, BAND-MASTER OF
the Painesville Cornet Band, respectfully
announces that ne is prepared to give
Thorough and Effioient Instruction
to anv Organization. Brass or Strinsred, that re
quire tne services oi a teacner.
Music Arranged, to Order
for any number or kind of instruments, in the
best uossible stvle and alwavs to suit the abili
ties of the respective performers, of which infor
mation must oe given in oruering.
Having a verv extensive Rcucrtoire. he can
furnish Bands on short notice, with any style, I
from the Sensational to the Classical.
Ousdrille Bands can iret all the newest and
best Music of the day for their business Fancy
uances, witn Figures, oM acc.
After a lontr and active experience in his pro-
lession, ne does not ucsitate to warrant
or monev refunded. The bestof references crlvcn
if required. Private Lessons given on v ind
and Stringed Instruments. Address
P. O. Box 887, Painesville, Ohio.
"pvEALER IN and manufacturer of every va-
.Cf ff fi
For Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's wear
MAIN STREET, PAINESVILLE, O.
A InvirA stock lepnt constnnllv mi hnnil. which
will be sold at uriccs as low as those of anv other
UBinUlliMIIUVUI. D1N1IIU ailVUHUU 11.1111 111
ottstohvc woik: I
And satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
fg?- Rcmentbor Uie place, W Main St. 45a!
M. L. WRIGHT,
Operative 'and P5"s 2h.c.u.v.crJ.
ALLoperations performed in the most skil
ful manner, and in accordance with the
latest scientiiic principles of the art
teeth inserted on the Rubber Base.
Teeth extracted withoutchargo. Csingnotliiug
but the very best qualitv of material in the man
ufacture of'Platos and l"eetb.and havine but one
price, I feel conndent in giving satisfaction to my
patrons in every particular.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Call and examine specimens.
Boarding and Sale Stable.
At the Old Stand,in rear of Stockwell Jlouse
W. a. WA TEH MAS'
I I AVING recently leased and newly fitted up
JLI tne aoove stame, would respectiuny
by the meal, day or week.
Having had many
years' experience, satisfaction
will be guaran
teed in both care and keeiung. Terms reasona
ble. Guests at the Stockwell House will find
every convenience at these Stables. 411 kx
New Boarding Stable.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call
attention to the fact that he has onened a
new Stable at the place formerly occupied by R.
Briggs, where he will be ready at
RECEIVE AND BOARD nORSES
Bv the Dav or Week, at the most reasonable
terms. Having had nearly a life times' expe
rience in the care and management of horses, it
is needless to say tnat tney wui receive tne Dest
attention. Farmers and others will here find a
good place to bring their horses for a single feed.
Good accommodations and easy of access.
Remember the place, Stable No. 2, St.
Clair street. . .
41ch2 Z. H. CJURTiSS.
1 1. T. WADE, Acent for Lake comity.
As this is one ot the best if not the best ma
chine in the market, I would simply say to all
intending to purchase machines, to examine its
merits before closing a bargain anywhere else.
If you do not like it you need not buy, and by ex
amining it you may find it to your advantage
topurchase of us. . 83ch3
J. S. MORREIX Sc SON,
Brick & Stone Laying,
ANN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
CJTTTCCO CENTERS and ENRICHMENTS to
k5 CORNICES manufactured from Original
Designs and kept on hand for sale or put up to
order. Also, Hair and Mortar. Old Plastering
whitened or tinted. Inquire of
C. W. Morrell, Nebraska street, or
J. S. Morrell, cor. Jackson & Grant sts,
JT. S . Morrell & Son.
"IBM TtlRDS tiANa S H''.TE IV"
THE balance of this Thrilling; Romance will
be found in '"THAT CONVENTION; or,
r IVE HAYS A politician." dust our, conraiu
intr 100 Illustrations bv the Greatest Humoris
Artist, in Amoriea. with contributions from F
G. W.." PETROLEUM V. NASBY. MARK
TWAIN. "H. G.." KOLLO RAMBLER, and a
score oi otner popular writers, mm neauiuui
tint paper, elegantlv bound. Cloth, 81.25; Paper,
75 cents. FOR SALE EVERY WURE, or sent
post-paid on receipt of price. F. G. WELCH &
CO., Publishers. New York and Chicag.
A XI L' II 11 1 VT XTTTWfi I Y 1 f i1 V V Vaw Yort
General Agents for supplying the trade.
Neiv Clothing House
UNDER AMERICAN HOUSE,
I HAVE Just opened with a now,
complete stock of
FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND
AMERICAN, CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES & VESTIXGS,'
And having in my employ a
I am now prepared to make np for customers
WARRANTED IN EVERY
RESPECT, AND AT THE
VERY LOWEST KATES.
1 n n m li.tnil n l,ii.ivA Ami c1.ai.1 cl.Aol.. tC nil
Si I grades which, when examined, cannot fail to
r.ln... il.wi.U tl, lll UU 1,1.1 riMllV-
CAIX AND SEE THE
New Wheeler Wilson
o)v" h co ii t us' iit r a oons stok i:.
NEEDLES, OIL, &C,
Can be had at the above. OtUce,
LU U-l-jt-H-J. mm '
CALIFCBXIA VINEGAR. BITTEBS.
Vinegar Kter3 arc not a vile rune- rrin':.
mile of I'oor Unm, V'liis!:y, Troof Spirits i,nd
.c;"r.s3 I.inur.rs. doc'.crcil, tr4ccii. r.:ul sv. c-rcrira
to please tlie taste, called " Tonics." "Appetizers."
Restorers," &c, iiiatieaa me iippierou to urum:
ennes3 and ruin, bnt nre a true Medicine niade
from the native roots and herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Thev rre the Great
Rlood Pnriflerand a l.ife-pivlng Principle, a rcriect
Renovator and laviaorator of tlie System, carrying
oif all poisonous matter and restoring the biood
to a ueaitny conuiuon, ennemn it, rciresiims anu
Invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain
in their results, sate anu reuauie in an lonns 01
Xrt 1'erson can lake these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
tneir nonea are not iitAirujai u mineral poison
or otlter means, and the vital organs wasted beyond
the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or ceijtcbiiqiu uciiuuciic, i-ain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
lMzziness, Sour Eructations ot tne .ttunacn, liaa
Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
uyuiptoms, are t he otisprings of Dyspepsia. In these
complaints it naa no cquai, .uin one uoiiie win
prove a better guarantee of its merits than a
Ivor Female uompiainis, in younsr rr 0111,
married or singly at the darn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence that a marked Improvement is
For Inflammatory and Chronic Tlneu-
matisra aud Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bil
ious, Remittent aud Intermittent Fevers, Discuses
of the Blood, Liver. Kidneys and Bladder, these
Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases
are caused bv Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Orjrans.
They are a Gienlle Pnrgative as well a
a Tonic, possessing also tlie peculiar merit or act
ing as a powerful apent in relievimr Congestion or
Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and
In Bilious Diseases.
For Skin nisenses, Tmptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples Pustules, Boils,
Carbuncles, Ring-wuruia, cakl-liead, Jrore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin,
Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever
name or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the svstcm in a short time by the use of these
Bitters. Oiie bottle in such cases will convince the
most incredulous of their curative effects.
Cleanse Ihe Vitiated Blood whenever you
find its impurities bursting: through the skin iu
Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you
find it obstructed and sltijrirfsh in the veins: cleanse
it when it is fonl ; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, aud the health of the system
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinegar Bit
ters the most womleri'ul luvigorant that ever sus
tained the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking la
tho system of so many thousands, are ctfectuaUy
destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished
physiologist : There is scarcely an individual ou the
lace of the earth whose body is exempt from 1I10
presence of worms. H is not noon the healthy
elements of the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
these living monsters 01 aiscase. ro Bystem or
medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelminitics, will
free the system from worms like these Bitters.
Mechanical diseases. i-erons engageu m
lints nnd Minerals, such as Plumbers. Type
setters, Gold-beaters and Miners, as they odvanco
in life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To
guard asrainst tins, take a aose 01 v al&er's ik-
iAK lilli&KM tll-
Rillous, iteuiitteni, anu lniermment
Fevers, which are so prevalent In the valleys 01
our great rivers throughout tho United States,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red,
Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Tearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, nnd many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country daring the Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so aunng seasons 01 unusual neat
and dryness, arc Invariably accompanied by exten- .
sive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. I;i their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon theso
various organs, is essential! necessary. There is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dn. J. Walk-
EHB VINEOAlt liirrEUS, ns lliey win siieeuiiy
remove the dark -colored viscid matter witli which
the bowels arc loaded, at the same time slimulatimr
the secretions of tne liver, anu generally restoring
the healthy functions of Ihe digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kind's Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swi lled Neck, Goitre. Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Atrection3, Old Sores. Eruptions of the Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc., etc In these as in all other constitu
tional Diseases. Walkek's Vinegab Bitteus have
shown their great curativo powers in the most
obstinate and intractable cases.
Dr. WalRer's California Vinegar UH
ters act on all these cases in a similar manner.
By purimng the Bioou tuey remove ine cause, ana
by resolving away the effects of the Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) tho affected parts receive
ueaitn, anu a permanent iswclii.
'1 lie propcnicB 111 1 11. a,..,... , , r.,. ...
Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
irritant, Sudoriflc, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
Ihe Aperiem auu nuiu iiajtmivo iiiupcintra
of Dn. Waleeu's Vinegar bitters are the Dest
safe-guard In cases 01 eruptions ana mangnunt
fevers. Their balsamic, healinii, and soothing pro
perties protect the humors of the fauces. Their
Sedative properties allay pain in the nervous sys-.
tern, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Countei'-lrriiaiH inonence r.-
tends throughout the system. Their Al.ti-Bilieus
properties stimulate tho liver, in the secretion of
bile, and its discharges througli the biliary duets,
and are sunerior to all remedial agents, for the euro
of Bilious Fever, Fever aud Ague, etc.
Kortifv the Body asumsi iiisrme
purifying all its fluids with Vixegar Bitteks. o
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
DireCllOUS. lUHC Ul mi; unti-io i is"1"
bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine-
glaSStUl. r.at gOOU nourisuing iwu, buwi ikti-
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely vegetable ingredients, and
contain no spirit.
It. H. MCDONALD fc CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco. Cal., &
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., X.Y.
SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
Millinery Sc Dress Making.
MRS. M. S. FLEMING having secured new
rooms in the Parmly Block, State street,
would be pleased to receive all friends who may
desire work in this line. The
LATEST STYLES OF GOODS
Kept constantly on hand and received direct.
The attention of ladies is especially called to the
uress Making department. 430111
Prospectus for 1872.
A Representative and Champion of American
An Dlustratod Monthly Journal claimed to be
the handsomest Paper in the World.
"Give my love to the artist workmen of THE
ALDINE 'who are striving to make their pro
fession worthy of admiration for beauty, as it
has always been for usefulness." llenry M arti
THE ALDINE, while issued with all the reg
ularitv, has none of ihe temporary or timely in- .
terest"characteristic of ordinary periodicals. It
is an elegant miscellany of pure, light, and
graceful literature, and a collection of pictures,
the rarest specimens of artistic skill, in black
and white. While other publications may claim
superior cheapness as compared with rivals of a
similar class,THE ALDINE is a unique and orig
inal conception alone and unapproached ab
solutelv without competition in price or charac
ter. New Features for 1872.
The enthusiastic support so readilv accorded
to their enterprise, wherever it has been intro
duced, has convinced Ihe publishers of THE
ALDINE of the soundness ot their theorv that
the American public would recognize and heari
ilv support anv sincere effort to elevate the tone
aiid standard of illustrated publications. As a
guarantee of the excellence of this dopurtinent.
tlie publishers would beg to annouuee during
the coming year, specimens from the following
cmiiicut American artists:
W. T. RICHAUDS Wm. h. AVilcox,
Wm. Hart, J amks H. Heaku,
Wm. Hkako. James SMU.KY,
GEonuE Smiley, li. K. Pun et.
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comparison with tbe best foreign work, it beimr
the determination of the publishers that THE
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Skis, entitled '-Dame S ati re's School." The
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