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The Children in the "Wood. BY MRS. L. I GOODWIN. 'Solitary wolf is commonly a great coward. Fierce and ter Vrille a3 these beasts are in the iipaek, singly they seldom if ever attack a human being. A. snort nine 1 01 tinanno tarried, srazinff. with-watery I to moutli, no doubt ; al ter wluctt ue sneaseu i t s far as the road, looking indeed as if ashamed of beins the cruel, raven ous beast he was. There pausing, he looked back, loth to leave. All this while the dismal howling never ceased, but came nearer and nearer, bnddenly the lone animal chimed in. with a yell that chilled the littla listeners' hearts; onrf riurHvwallowinSthroUZhthesnOW, I partly borne upon its surface, galloped j on to meet ins ib""" i time tne enect oi mis treatment w in ue lead the way again to the dainty prey. Jannarent in the most golden colored As the solo receded, the chorua ad- vaiieeu, tin lntermingiiug in jciivim- .itk ttf iiu: or wniciL duuwvuiu nwu i to hear a second time, au uie lorest mpil alive with veiling wolves. Thorouffhlv terrified, the children sat ntintiiniui anil dumb, as if frozen in their places, but with every sense alert. Urnwtsr t.hh holidav bells to their I pars was the reDort of a rifle that all at I once rung out on the air. And what I vnnrlpr alone? the road, what is it heav-1 inw nr view? ashiftintr. rolling mass, I like some dark liquid boUingover in a pot and flowing iu a stream away. It is I the wolves. , . Yes, it was the wolveg themselves, Dut and hi wife, their Jiorse almost flying over the gronnd in as noble an effort as ever was made to keep good the distance between the endangered victims and five gaunt, voracious brutes. The rifle ball had pierced the heart of one of their niimlH-r and divided their troop, which had consisted of at least a dozen; but on, on rushed these, with murder in their . ' , . , , . . i 1 a.u..-o I fiery eyes and thirsty, belching throats O, what a moment to Mercy and Peter ! It is hard to say which was greater, their joy at seeing at last their parents so near, or their fear least they would fly past without seeing their little boy and girl, who, after all, must go to feed those hungry wolves. No true idea- or the peril of stopping the horse entered their thoughts: child-like, the presence of their lather and mother was to them a guarantee of safety under any circum stance. But a mother's ear is quick to hear the cry of her little ones. While Mr. Lane, who was on his feet looking back, still calculating the chances of outrun ning in the race, reserving the second barrel of his piece for a final emergency, Mrs. Lane started suddenly from her crouching posture at the bottom of the sleigh, tnrew up- her arms wildly, and shrieked out the names of their two children. Her husband caught a glimpse of two small, jumping, shouting figures on the woodcutter's hut, and the reins, which had been wound loosely around his arm, were instantly and firmly drawn. The good horse, though badly f"Knf-f .Kao;l hiu rnaatr'a will. Mall I .setting on his haunches with a great shiver of affright, and flinging up his head with a snort of his dilated nostrils, he remained thus like a Bucephalus in bronze. The sleigh had passed the hut by about twice its length. No sooner did it cease to move, thau the pursuers were l'airly up with it. As if taught bv instinct tlie way to make sure. ..of : all. their victims,; the wolves, instead of attacking the sleigh, now swept around, between it and the hnt. to besrin with the horse. The pioneer levelled his piece at the fore-i most : and at tne verv instant, . nine Peter, wild with excitemeut, sprang plump down before the muzzle of the gun. which sent out Its flash and roar, and dropped from the man's hand as if the ball had entered his right arm and shattered the bone. He verily thought that in killing the savage beast, he had killed his own son. . Perhaps no one could have a narrower pass between two forms of death, than haa the little fellow over whom the slain wolf plunged heavily, jets of blood issninsr from his. pierced shull. His companions wheeled in momentary con fusion; affording Mr. Lane au oppor tun ty of snatching up his child, whom lie succeeded in depositing in his moth er's arms, as yet unharmed. His clubbed rifle was now their de fence, and well was he called to use it, though for the moment beset by two wolves only, the remaining two having fallen to devouring their scarcely dead comrade. But for the. little daughter still screaming from her perch, the chances of escape would have been in their favor. The desperate struggle went on. One of the beasts was by a well directed blow partially disabled; but an unfortunate attempt upon the second resulted in the breaking of his weapon into two parts. Brave Mrs. Lane caught up the stock of the rifle as it fell, and undertook to pro tect herself and boy while her husband went to bring the other child. The last of the wolves, slunk, back and fell to fighting with hi wounded companion; in the interval thus afforded, Mr. Lane . returned to tlie sleigh with Mercy cling ing to his neck. .... At a signal from his master, the borse tkishod lorward with renewed energy. But even as they began to hope, up came tlie portion of the pack which had been left behind at the first shot, fiercer and more blood-thirsty for the morsels ol their slain comrade's flesh, which they had been able to snatch from one an other ; and these were joined by the oth ers who had finished the second carcass, all the while saying their hideous grace. Mr. Lane on seeing the troop again careering close after the sleigh, felt his heart fail him as it had not before. Al most weaponless as he was, the doom ot the little family appeared certain; they would be devoured, hardly out of sight of home. He felt a strong inclination to hurry his own fate, by throwing him self into the midst of the voracious crew, iu the hope that while he was be ing made a prey, the good horse, who was straining every muscle, would con- vey children and their mother to a place of :itety. As he struck back at the brutes and barely succeeded in keeping them out of the sleigh, the man uttered a cry of agonized despair. Mi's. Lane at the moment was eagerly txaring open a large bundle. The bun dle contained a piece of cotton cloth purchased at the settlement. She had bethought her of it as a means of de fence. A moment more and a light ap peared, faint at first, quickly streaming high in the air; the flaming end of the well was flung over the back of the sleigh and fed out as it was consumed. The wolves were put to rout. Their glaring eyeballs were seen no more, their ballled yells came fainter and fainter to the ear. Tlie family were saved. And now, how joyful a sight the lighted windows! .The faithful horse stopped before the doorstone, panting and flecked with foam. Whistling Yankee Doodle, with one hand in his pocket, Hugh rose up from before the ample tire and opened the door. Having received no orders . about the children, lie found it convenient to believe their . . . .. 1 1 ...1. . v. .. .. . i patents had taken them to town. Never an apprehension or trouble bad visited his mind ; he had waited patiently mean while boiling the tea-kettle and setting the table with nicety. ...... .. i Little Mercy was very sober and quiet. She asked her parents' forgiveness for not coming home before night, accord ing to direction; and they embraced and kissed their darling child with fast flowing tears of thankfulness. They had not been quite at ease concerning the children the whole afternoon. Soon af ter this the little girl crept into bed. Twining her arms about her mother's neck, she said : " Is it right, mama, to say Now I lay me.' when I don't think I can sleep a bit o night ?" Her brother's mood was altogether different. He partook of a hearty sun "per, talking of their game of life and death with the wolves asa most interest ing adventure which had made a great uellent skeletons. Care must be exer hero ot him. He discoursed, moreover, cised in the selection of leaves, as well what he " should do next time," like as the period of the year and the state one in uleasant anticination ot many similar experience to that of the present evening. The only thing that had a dauntinir effect on the bov's spirits and brought a little paleness around his Never collect specimens in damp weatli lnouth, was the sight of his gray cloak er; and none but perfectly natural leaves saturated with tlie wolfs blood. AGRICULTURAL. Mr. Blexkiron, an English celebrity in tbe sjiortiiijr world. h:ul a very fine stable of horses which were recently sold at auction by TsttersaU, the Eng lish auctioneer. There were four days sales, amounting in the aggregate to 100,000. Among the horses sold was "Blair Atliol" a thoroughbred which brought $65,300 in gold. An arithmetically progressive peda gogue informs the public that a single plant of hyoscyaiuus will produce in four years ten quadrillion seeds, which The gieen and. air. would suffice to cover the entire surface tne eartn ai uie rate 01 ou, azu piauis the acre. It may be questioned ier- naps, wnetner tnis son 01 teacuiug, use the henbane itself, lias the effect of ex panding one's pupils. To Color Pears. Jos-lab Hoopes, the well-known V est Chester, Pa., nursery man, says that to give a high color to Dears " all that is necessary will be to spread a blanket on the floor of a cool mnm flTirl thpn r.hlnlv sind pvpnlv nlape I it f-,,1, flnr a kmyithI blanket maBt iaceii over them, and in a short Bartletts, and rich, ruddy looking Seek- tu iiuagiuauic. i icucu i mm i manner rareiv lue iucuiijc vi their naturally ripened companions ; nor do they prematurely decay at the core, as when leit on the trees." Sheep EATfiSG Their Wool. Instances of sheen eat'tna- their own wool are quite common, esoeciallv durum the latter part of the winter and earlv. spring. borne have thought the cause resulted from the presence of small parasites as minute as the red spider of some flower- or ling plants which produce an irritation, I and to allay this the 6heep acquired the 1 paro w o;nng.Wu . , .uui ?7 eatmg own wuui. it K'" a that tbe habit is analogous to that of hens eating their own shells, and of the abnormal appe tite of cows for old bones, woolen rags. &c. ; and is caused by an exhaustion ot the phosphate in the sou. Old pastures and fields that have been long cropped, iare deficient in these elements, hence the absence of them in the feed, and con- sequent want of them by the animals Au v rrov0nrlv miv a email rma ltif.v n As a preventive, mix a small quantity of bone meal with corn meal, and give them an occasional feed. Sulphur also has been found to be a preventive of the habit, and many larmers keep their stock constantly supplied with it. It uo doubt assists in giving a healthy tone to the system. Maine f armer, Increase ok Rain. It is a curious fact that, as the settlements spread be yond the Mississippi, rains increase both in frequency and amount ot water Many beds of streams, which wereun'. formly dry in summer only ten years asro. now are full through the year. Travelers say the Laramie .plains were once destitute or vegetation : now they have a luxurient growth, and will raiie laree crops of wheat. Denver was built on the banks of an extinct creek, per fectly drv. Now it is full of water, and needs to oe crosseu oy oriuges. can Lake is seven feet higher than ten years a20, and it is steadily rising. The vast plains which engineers once pronounced uninhabitable, and fit only for droves of buffalos, because .destitute. or streams and sprinsrs.may yet become great States, and the home of a crowded population, Horses that Dox't Lie Down. Mr. Ja,nes W. Riley, of Troy, Ohio, writes , J 7 . ,? I, to the Farm Journal : " Some time ago I read an account of a mare owned in Illinois, which wa3 eleven years old, and that worked every dav, but never lay down. 1 can beat that. I have a mare, sound as a new-made dollar, which I drive every day to an express wagon in this place, which work she has done for nineteen, years, never missing a dav bv sickness, and she never lies down except to roll and get up imme- diately. She was 'is years oui trie otn day of May last, and on the 24th day of I last April she foaled a nice horse colt, j I she is again with loal by the fine 31o-I hawk horse here, for the chance of whieh colt I have been offered one hun dred dollars. .The mare is quick and active, and has evry appearance of liv ing ten years longer. A trial has been in progress in Salem, N.. Y., for the past week which has at tracted considerable attention. It ap pears that a man named Conant some time ago sold a cow to a farmer of Union Village, named George S. Wood. representing that it was In a healthy condition. It proved to be deseased.and wooa instituted a suit against uonam for slander, the latter having said that tbe former sold deseased beet, .lie re covered damages to the extent of $400. Last week Wood was placed on trial for perjury, having sworn falsely during the suit for slander. It is believed that he and six of his relatives have perjured themselves, for out of fifty witnesses sworn, thev were in direct opposition to twenty, and also to the records of the Court at the previous trial, the records of the lawyers, and ot every Docly else. The jury in the case announced a ver dict of " guilty." Wood was then sen tenced to live years' confinement iu the State Prison. Sensation in Plants. M. Figuier believes that a plant has the sensation of pleasure and pain. Cold, for instance, he says, anects it paint ully, w e see it contract, or, so to speak, shiver under a violent depression of temperature. An abnormal elevation of temperature evi dently causes it to suffer, for in many vegetables, wnen tne neat is excessive, the leaves drop on tne stalK, told tnem' selves together, and wither; when the evening eomes,the leaves st.-aighten,and tne plant resumes a serene ana uuais turbed apnearance. Drought causes eV' ident suffering to plauts, for when they are watered after a prolonged drought they show signs of satisfaction. The sensitive plant, touched by the finger, or only visited bv a current ot unwel come air. folds its petals and contracts itself. The botanist Dasfontaines saw one which he was conveying iu a car riage fold its leaves while the vehicle was iii motion, and expand them when it stopped a proof that it was the mo tion that disturbed- it. sensation In plants is of the same kind as in animals, Plants may also be put to sleep by wash ing them in opium dissolved in water. and hydrocyanic acid destroys their vi rility as quickly as it mals. aoes mat 01 ani- A correspondent of Science Gossip. after referring to the tediousness of the ordinary way of preparing skeleton leaves, which is enough almost to tax the patience of Job,and which most experi menters give up in despair bctore get ting through with it, describes a new method, which is easy, cleanly, and takes but little time. It is as follows ' First dissolve four ounces of com mon washing soda in a quart of boiling water, then add two ounces ol slacked quicklime, and boil for about fifteen minutes. Allow the solution to cool; afterwards pour oil all tne clean liquor into a saucepan. When the solution is at boiling point,place the leaves careful ly in the pan, and boil the whole togeth er tor an hour. Honing water ought to be added oceasior.lly, but sufficient only to replace the loss by evaporation. The epidermis and parenchyma of some leaves win more readily separate tnan others. ' A good test is to try the leaves after they have been gently boiling for about an hour, and if the cellular mat ter does not easily mo on betwixt the finger and thumb beneath cold water, boil them again for a short time. When the fleshy matter is found to be sufflo I iently softened, rub them separately but I ... .. I 1. 1 ,1 ...... ...... 1 ti... very gently beneath cold water until the perfect skeleton is exposed. The skele tons at first are of a oirtv white color : to make them of a pure white, and, therefore, more beautiful, all that is nec essary Is to bleach them in a weak solu tion ot chloride ot lime. 1 have touud the best solution is a large teaspoonful ot chloride ot lime to a quart ot water : it a few drocls ot vinegar are added to the bleaching solution, it is all tlie better, tor then the free chlorine is liberated. Do not allow them to remain too long iu the bleaching liquor, or thev will be come too brittle, and cannot afterwards be handled without injury. About fif teen minutes is sufficient to make them white and clean-looking. Dry the spec imens iu white blotting-paper, beneath la gentle pressure.after they are bleached. - 1 Simple leaves are the best tor young I beginners to experiment upon ; the vine - 1 poplar, beeen, aua ivy leaves make ex- a or the :atmospliere when tne specimens I are collected, otherwise, failure will be the result. The best months to gather the specimens are July and August. ought to oe selected." practical hints. Street C7i est it u t Trees. Tttriont recipes tthicH vill hereafter be Ui our reader, in thie deptirttMnt. on . presented oaly after they have been, tested and J proten reliable. The informal ion they contain ci7, therefore, altcavt be found to be rtfMble ! veil xtorth j of preservation. For Chapped Lips. Cut a lemon in two, and rub on the lips frequently, particularly before exposure to the outr For a Sprain. Put the white of an nsr in a saucer, and beat it up with . a lump ot alum till it Decomes a euro, tnen rub the sprain with it. Fill Pudding. Half pound of figs, half pound of flour, two eggs, half pound of suet, a little sugar, and a little wine. To be boiled in a tin shape for about four hours. To Color Butter. Take seme: sound carrots, express the juice . throueh. sieve, and mix it with the cream when enters the churn, which will make it I appear like May butter. Arrowroot for Sick Persons. Boil and sweeten to taste ; a little - cin namon or nutmeg grated into it w ill I lnajje t more palatable; wine or brandy may also oe aaaeu at pleasure. Economical use of Xutmegs. If a per son begins to grate a nutmeg; at the stalk end, it will prove hollow through-1 out: whereas the same nutmeg, grated it the other end, would have proved sound and solid to the last. , Children's Curls. It the hair be soft and line try brushing it with a brush dipped slightly in spirits of hartshorn ; melt a bit of white wax the size of a nut kernel in an ounce of olive oil, and dress the hair in curls with it. JI0W to Dress a Sam. Boil it iahocK quarter of an hour each pound ; then put it an oven, and bake it another quar- I ter or an hour to tne same weignt : ana I'll venture to say the epicures, will af knowledge that nothing can be more de licious. ..- For the Croup. Fold a towel, dip it in cold water, and apply it to the throat and breast. Then lold a sheet to the proper size, wet it, and wrap a blanket over that. It will generally effect a cure. If not, it will check tbe disease until physician can arrive. To yiake a Good Furniture Polish. Put into a bottle one pint of linseed oil, one gill of spirits of wine, one gill of vinegar, and one ounce ot butter or an timony. Before using the mixture, skake the bottle so as to Incorporate all the ingredients well together. An Excellent Tonic. Four one pint of boiling water on the whole dandelion plant, root and leaf, covering it up till cold, and drinking a teacupful every i i. n- . i. ; e I uiuruiug auu evcumg. au tuc pint ui water add as many dandelion plants as can be tightly pressed down into a pint . measure. Lip Salve. One ounce of white Wax, two ounces of hog's lard ; Is. worth of the Balsam of Peru ; a few raisins shred very hue, and as -ranch alkanet root will color it. Dissolve all in a pipkin on the fire before you add the alkenet root ; then strain it through muslin and put it into the boxes lor use. Pills for Indigestion. Calomel and oxysulphuret of antimony, of each 20 grains; powdered guin guaiacum. 40 grains ; Castile soap, q. s. (about 25 grains; ne.it into a mass, and divide Into zo puis. Dose, one or two, night and morning,! occasionally. Also take more exercise, and eat often, but very little at a time. Oyster Toast. Bruise one anchovy fine in a mortar; twenty oysters, cut off their beards, and chop them small. Mix the Siiiehovy and chopped oysters m a saucepan with as much cream as will maKe tnem or a gooa consistency. Add a little cayenne pepper, spread them when quite hot on a round of hot, well- buttered toast, cut as for anchovy toast. Ginger Bread Loaf. One pound of flour; one pound of treacle; quarter of a pound of butter;, one egg; one ounce of ginger; some candied peel- and a few carrawayseeds ground; a teaspoonful of soda. To be baked in a slow oven. The flour to be mixed in gradually; the but ter and treacle to be milk warm, the soda to be put in last. Let it stand half an hour to rise. Essence of Ginger. Unbleached Ja maica ginger, tour ounces;,, ..(well bruised) rectified spirits of wine, one pint; digest for a fortnight, press and filter fWlp-ir'B Plnni-pntraWl T?.acor, ic 1 made by adding to the above a very small quantity of essence of cayenne. The essence of lemon peel is made by digesting for a week helf a pound of the yeuow peel oi iresn lemons in one pint 01 spirits ot wine, essence ot orange peel is made in the same way. Lotion for oi7s.-rCarbon'ate ammonia. one drachm ; acetate of lead, one drachm ; camphor mixture, one pint; to be fre quently appneii Dy saturating a rag with the lotion, and laying it on the -boil, Keeping it tnus constantly wet. it is better (but not necessary) to take the following mixture also: Mix carbonate of ammonia, six grains; distilled water, I ten drachms; svrup of orange peel, one I drachm. To make a draught to be taken twice in the day. The above quantity 3 1U1 Ul UliUliSs I To Remove Stains from the Sands. Damp the hands first in Water, then rub them with tartaric acid, or salt of . lemon, as you would with soap; rinse them and run tnem ary. Tartaric acid or salt ot lemons, will! quickly remove stains from white muslins or linens. Put less than half a teaspoonful of the saltor acid ipto a taoiespooniui ot water; wet the stain witn it, ana lay it in the sua for an hour; wet it once or twioe with cold water during the time; if this does .not quite remove it, repeat the acid water, uuu tay it, in tne sun. Cooking Meats. It is uow an estab lished point among the best authorities iu cooking, that meat should be immersed in the pot upon the Are whilst the water is cold, that it may become progressively neareu wun uie water, ana thereby gradually boiled. By not immersing the meat in tlie water until hot. (which was tne custom among cooks some years ago; tne suaaen transition Irpm cola to heat not only reudered the meat dark in color, but bIso tough. All meats whether cooked by steam or immersion, are best wnen siowiy ana gently Doiisd. . Compote of Anples.-VaTO six laree apples, cut them in half, and put them into a pan witn a little water and lemon juice. JSext, clarify half a pound of sugar ,skim it, and put the apples into it, adding the juice of a lemon. Set the Yvhnla nn t h 1. fira Tni'n this nnnW ....... u v.. ..v v . ' wun (lUUICi, ue qnently and cook them until they are sufficiently soft to be easily penetrated oy a ioi-k. -men taue tnem out. Strain the syrup and reduce it by boiling; strain it again, and pour over it the armies. They may be either served hot or cold ; uut tne ueei u a rosy appie into various devices and lay them ou the apples as a garnisn. To Wash Dresses of printed muslin, so as to preserve the colors, whether the pattern ne printed in black or in varie gated hues. The dress should be washed in lather, and not by applyiug the soap in the usu.il way, direct noon the mus lin. Make a lather by boiling some soap and water together; ict it stand until it is sumeientiy cool lor use, and previous- ly to putting the dress into it, throw in I ., 1 W. . 1 ..i4. I) r . 1. . 1 , -. . Hiiauuiuiui sink, jiuise. tne uiess wicn out wringing it) in clear cold water into which a little salt has been thrown ; re move it and rinse it iu a fresh supply of clear water and salt. Then wring the dress in a cloth and hang it to dry im mediately, spreading it as open as possi ble, so as to prevent one part lying over another. Should there' be any white in the pattern mix a little blue with the water. Delicious Cutlet. First take your cut let and beat it well with the flat side of the cleaver, or with a rolling-pin; beat it for at least five minutes; then having thrown a quantity of butter, eggs, and Hour, into a frying pan, when the mix ture is hissing hot, fling your cutlet in, and there let it stew. 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JJ Festival chimes, for Singing classes, " Ne Plus Ultra Glee Book. -,With( Piano orOrgah Accomplanments,) l.MI 1.00 1.50 rj JLKH Pi I UUUUCU E OVUUW lUr UH3 V OIUO. rn Peters Art oi isin Peters Art ol Singing.... -a.00 f 1 WitchtPs Violin School, (Peters' edt'n)S.0O LJ Hummer's Flute School EIIW Wimmerstedt's Violin School. to n 1 jwimmcrstedt's Flute School 75 11 peters violin School. ran I I Peters' Flute School 75 5 .V rj Peters' eters Parlor Companion. For Flute, Violin and Piano, ) 3.00 m r Peters 1'arlor Companion. For I r J H i 1-1 2.00 Q 1 m I -J I . . r - ... . sent, post-paid, on s receipt oi tnemaraea price. Add reM. H1 J. T. Peters. 599 Breadwavi 5-55, 3-3. New York. 0 BONDS. Securities . WE continue to sell at par, adding accrued interest, the First Mortgage Gold Bonds of the Korthern Pacific Railroad Company. On the completion of this season's contract, there wiUbeFlVK HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN MILES, ot the main line of the road in opera tion, uniting Xake Superior with the Missonri River, and securing the large traiiio of the Northwest. This amount of road also entittles the Company to Ten Million Four Hundred Ihotisund Acres of Land, located in Ceutrul Minnesota, Eastern Dakota, and in the Columbia V alley on the Pacific CoasU. The Bonds are se cured by a first mortgage on the RoaiL its Traf fic and Franchises, and on the entire Land Grant received from the Government. The rate of in terest is Seven and Three-tenths, Gobi, equiva lent to about Eight and a Quarter per cent, in Currency. Believing the security to bo ample, and the rate of interest satisfactory, we recom mend these Bonds, as a desirable investment. Holders of the United States 6-SOs and high priced corporate securities may materially in crease both their principal and their interest in come by exchanging for Northern Pacifies. Jay Cooke & Co., New York, Philadelphia and Wasuincton J..V- PAINTER, Banker, Cleveland, General Agents for Ohio. For sale bv BANKS and BANKERS generally. -0- FOR SALE IN FAIXE8NltT,E Br First National Kanb. Aaron Wilcsi, Uanke. H. Staler 59-13,-0. Notice Tliis! Warner & Masticli. Tlie If arrow Gauge Store AXD THE SiAe Track Auction Store, Nos. 166 & 141 STATE STREET, PAINESVILLE, O., Are now supplied with IB E O- 1 3ST S All Kinds of Merchandise. Dry Goods, Notions, Crockery, Teas! W It hal a general stock of Goads, all Bought at Low Figures And to be sold acordinsly I We use no common, cheap flattery such as of- lenng to our customers a spool oi tnreao, or something of that kind, a little cheapei than our neighbors, but we sell anything in our stock Cheap. Special Bargains in i WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, SHEETINGS, COTTONADES, LENTEN "GOODS, PBINTS, iAlS CHECKS, LINEN DRILLS CROCKERY, TEA, SOAP, ROPE, & TAR. In connection with the "NARROW G ATJCE " we occupy Store No. 141, Next to James II. Taylor's Grocery, where, aside lrom our regular stock, we nave tae Finest Lot of Chxomos ! Ever offered in town. ALL NEW SUBJECTS AND WELL FRAMED. To those desirous of ornamenting their par lors and making home attractive, we will say that these enromoi are 01 AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP. Our aim is to help customers to Goods at LOW FIGURES. Our bnver, 1. WARNER, Jr., has had practical experience in loolaag up bar gains, and knows bow to secure thoK. " GOODS WELL BOUGHT ARE HALF SOLD. WARNER & MASTICK, 166 STATE STREET. 46arl3 Carpets ! Carpets ! AS IMMENSE STOCK FOR THE PALL TRADE. We have ju6t Imported a choice line of FINE CARPETINGS ! Which we offer at Greatly Reduced Pri ces. Those who have houses to furnish anew. will Bud the most nninuestvles of the season at our . store, aod we are confident wul save their expenses to Cleveland. A EULL ASSORTMENT OF CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS. Carpets at Wholesale at Manufacturer's Prices, Beckwitli, Sterling & Co. 17 & 61 -S3 189 Superior tit. Cleveland, O. HART & MALONE, Manufacturers OF- Fine FTJRJSTI T U EE. 103, 105 Jt 107 Water St., 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St., Cleveland, O. atarS C.3. Wneeler, BOOTS and SHOES. AN ENTIRE NEW H'.COCK OF EVERY VARIETY of goods in this line, just re ceivod for the Sp ring and Si mmer Trade of 187S. No. 103 Main st . Cull and examine the slock before ptirvhasin ig elsewhere Every kind of work mndo to order and in all casos satisfnetio a guaranteed, both as to ma terial and work. Repairing lone at theshortest notice. Sign of t fee Red BooU Marl Jab Printing. IE EE-Y STYLE Plain and Fancy: "Work EXECUTED Neatly and Promptly, -AT REASONABLE RATES, Journal Printing House, No. 114 Main St., IFA.IIISriESVILI-.IE, O- THE PROPRIETORS or this establishment naving latelv made extensive additions to their stock of Type and material, are prepared to do such work as may be entrusted to their hands in a satisfactory manner. New Type and Machinery. As the Type and Machinery are nil new and of the latest and most approved styles, their fa cilities are not snrpaissed by any office in thecity for doing all kinds of Mercantile, Comraercial, BILL, HEADS, BILLS OF LADENG, CHECKS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, LETTER & STOTE HEADINGS, PROGRAMMES, STORE BILLS, AUCTION BILLS, LABELS, ENVELOPES. BALL TICK ETS. INVITATIONS, &c. The personal supervision of Competent Workmen Is exexcised on all work, and satisfaction -will be guaranteed in every respect to any reasonable mind. The following are -recognized as theessen tial qualities of a good Printing .Establishment: first: GOOD WORK: Correct and as ordered. second : PROMPTNESS ;delivery when promised third: REASONABLE RATES. Particular attention is paid to Mercantile Work. None but the best stock will be used and none bnt the best of workmen will be employed. Every Kind of BOOK OR BLANK REQUIRED P.V Merchants, Bunks, Hotels, Professional. Men, County Oilleers, or by due public gener ally, executed on short notice, in tilt) best style, and at the lowest prices. Should be left at the Counting Room of the Northern Ohio Journal, Xo. 114 Main St., Stockwell Block, 1'AIKESVITXE, OHIO. ORDERS BY MAIL Will receive prompfcaltentlon. Estimates on work cheer! tilly fiirniebetl Ou a Ucatiam by lcttr;oi other fli-c- 1872. MEAD & PAVSiE, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS SOS. 51 AND 53 MA.1S STKEET paixesviixe, omo, Have constantly on hand a well-selectl as sortment of rAltT.OU AN"rt CHAMBER PETS. TETE-A-TKTKS, SOFAS, SOrW UIAIIIS, JCASY Cli A IRS, LolTXtJiis. MARliI.E. MA HOG AM" 1XK WALNUT TOl' CZEILTTIKilR, TABLES EXTENSION AND BTNIXG KOOM TABLES, lU'.SH. CASE WJOI SEAT CHAIRS, VO VKN WIRE MATTE ESSES, luxurious and durable, ROOK-CASES. Mltt KORS, SPRING BEDS. WHAT NOTS, FOLDING CHAIRS, AC, &C, &'. We have added to our former Ware Rooms the rooms No 51 Main strecl. which givus us in creased facilities for doing busiuess. Give us a call. No trouble to bow goods. D. W. MEAT. GEO. W. PAYNE. ltfS Furniture for the Million. rTUlE I'NDEEt-IGXED WISHES TO CALL 1 special attention to his assortment ot FURNITURE of all kinds, consisting of CHAMBER SETS, BOOK CASES, CANE AND WOOD SEATED CHAIRS. TA BLES, LOUNGES, &C, &C. A large quantitv of Elegant MATTRASSES Just received. PICTURE FRAMES furnished oi any pattern. gs Custom work of all kinds will receive prompt atteution. Cor. Main & State Sts.. Over French's Grocery, PAINESVILLE. OHIO. 17ar2 JOHN SCHWENINGER JOSEPH JOHNSON'S STANDARD HERBAL REMEDIES! FOR SALE AT DE & GO'S 40tf3 Union Meat Market. A IX KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS for sale at tlie lowest prices. All i-c . i. :... ....i r ... . ..I iiiciba i:iivtrii aw yri indict. O. DAVIS. 37ttn1 Painesville, March 23,1872. Invertible Trouffli. We, the undersigned, are convinced, either by using or examining the InrertibleTrough,lately patented by F. J, Goldsmith, that it a desirable acquisition to any farm where a trough ismsed; and take pleasure in recom mending it to all who wish to be merciful to their beasts or saving of their time and money. GEORGF. BLISII, M. B BATKIIAM, K. K. JOHNSON, B. F. FULLER, CHAS. C. JENNINGS, L. E. NYE, U. E HODGE, K. MURRAY, 2(1. The only additional cost of this over any other trough, is about an honrs extra labor in making. Any farmer can do it, and all ovjltt to. Agents wanted. State, County, Town and Farm Rights for Sale. Farm Rights for sale at $2.00 Address F- 3. Goldsmith, Faincsvi le, Lake County, O., P. O. Bos 645. TO BRASS BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. " TU. GEORGE BTJET, BAND-MASTER OF tti tue Gainesville cornet nana, rospecun: announces that he is prepared to give Thorough and Efficient Instruction to any Organization, Brass or Stringed, that re quire the services oi a teacner. Music Arranged to Order for anv number or kind of instruments, in the best tiossible stvle and always to suit the abili ties of the respective performers, of which infor mation uiusl ue Kieu ui uiittr.iug Having s verv extensive Repertoire, he can furnish Bands on short notice, with any style. lrom the Sensational to tne Massicai. Qusdrille Bands can get all the newest and best Music of the day for their business Fancy Dances, with Figures, ect, etc After a long and active experience in his pro fession, he does not hesitate to warrant FEETECT SATISFACTION, or mnnevrefiinded. The best of references iriven if required. Private Lessons given on Wind and Stringed Instruments. Address GF.OKGE BURT, Box 887, Painesville, Ohio. Jar5 P.O. DANTZER BEOS. Hour, Feed and Produce Merchants. Are connected with one of the LARGEST EL OUR MILLS OF THE WEST, therefore, can furnish the WHOLESALE and Itr.l A ll. x iwYUfi witn me BEST FLOUR IX THE MARKET. Also Manufacturers of the Sea Foam Baking Powder. Dantzer Bros. Painesville, O. 45ar2 "J-OriS FRE1TAO, Manufacturer mid Healer in all kinds of TOBACCO, SNUFF, AC. CIGARS, THE BEST, IN TOWN. PIPES of all grades, from the finest Meeivhaum to tne cneapest i-.iay, ami a inn assort ment of all goods found in a FIRST-CLASS TOBACCO STORE. All articles sold at prices which Defy Competition. lat-3 JAMES MORLEY, TVKAl.Elt IN and miinul'aclurer of every va- riety ol BOOTS & SHOES For Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's wear No. 99 .MAIN STREET, lWINKSVIM.E. O A Inrffo stork kept mMnutly on tmn1. 'which Turin ne sum hi- mK's s low an tnote oi Hnyointr t)?'aalL!JMIIIirIIV K'l'l-'.Htl HlldlHU'll '(till tlU CUSTOM WORK And satisfaction guaranteed in all eases. tir Remember the ldace, 99 Main St. 46r Caution. To the CitUen.1 of Lai and Geauga Counties : There is a man canvassing this and the adjein- inir romitie-s lor l'botoiri'alm ronvmir. txhibiliiiir samples, of good Photographs and India ink work uuu utMi:r iiuluiii urn ua Dozens of fiirmei have been at mv rooms in quiring about tbe matter, as he has represented that lie was connected with my rooms." In East Claridon he represented himself as Horace Tibuals: he has never had any connec tion with my room whatever. Among those who lie Has duped are, . stocKwell. iKoy; li. stockwol!. Mr. Harris, 'E. Arnold, and Mrs Bnteket, Thompson; .1. Brockway, Val. Brock, way, LeRoy. W . A. FAZE. Plain and Fancy Stitching: DONE AT THE Sewing Machine RotfmSi 114 MA IX STREET. 4Sdkl DEITTISTBY. M.L.WRIGHT, Operative and Mechanical CHARDON, OHIO. IX operations performed in the most skil- l lul manner, ana in accordance wirn tne auist scientific principles of the art. Artificial teeth inserted on the Rnblwr Base. Children's Teeih extracted withoutcharge. Usinguothing but the verv best quality of material in the man ufacture of Plates and Teeth, and having but one price, I feel confident in giving satisfaction to my patrons in every particular. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Call and examine specimens. New Boarding Stable. THE CSPERS1USED -would respectfully call attention to the fact that he has opened a new Stable at the place formerly occupied by R. isnggs, wnere ne win oe ready at all times to -RTrTrVT?! AVri Tin 4Tftri ' HARSFS I r.l V C A-NIJ . mjAIilJ HVjnZr.O I Bv the tay or Week, at the most reasonable terms, llnviu? had nearlv a life times' exne- 1 rience in the care and raauagetnent ot horses, it I is needless to sav that they will receive the best attention. Farmers nnd others. will here find a I good place to bring their horses for a single, teed. , Jood accommodations and easy of access, ggy"- Remember the place. Stable So. 8, St. i lair street. 41cli2 Z. IT. CURT1SS. T7 American Button-Hole ASD O V ER-SEAMINGr Sewing machine'! 1. X. WADE, Agent for Lake county. As this is one ot the best if not the best ma chine in tho market, I would simply say to all intending to purchase machines, to examine its merits before closing a bargain anywhere else. If yon do not like it yon need not buy, and by ex amining it yon may And it to your advantage I topurchase of us. , . , , 38chS J. S. HOREEIili SC SOU", CONTRACTORS FOR -, fc o fv, i IiVlCh;& StOne Lainn dA ANN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STITI'C'O CENTERS and ENRICHMENTS to CORNICES manufactured from Original llesisns 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. 38ch3 J. S. Morrell Sc. Son. "Tun junns sajto sweetly." That Convention. o THE balance of this Thrilling Romance will be found in '-THAT CONVENTION; OR, Vjve Days a Politician." Just out.contain- ing 100 Illustrations by the Greatest Humorist Artist in America, with contributions from "F. G. W.." PETROLEUM V. NASBY, MARK TWAIN. "H. G.." KOLLO RAMBLER, and a score of other popular writers, On beautilul lint panel-, elegantly bound. Cloth, S1.25; Paper, IS cents. FOR SALE EVERYWHRE. or sent pom-paid on receiptor price. P. G. WELCH & CO., Publishers. New. York aud Cuicajc. AMLIllCAJS iNfcHS UUHfASl, JSeW 1S General Agonts for supplying the trade. New Clothing House. S. SCHWAB, MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOT HI ER ! SUPERIOR ST., UXDER AMERICAN HOUSE, Clvelaai, Ohio. I HAVE Just opened with a new, large and complete stock of FRENCH. ENGLISH. GERMAN AND AMERICAN. CLOTHS. CASSI- MEBES & VESTIXGS, And having in my employ a Competent Cutter, I am now prepared to make up for customers xannents which are WARRAXTED IN EVERY RESPECT, AXD AT THE VERY LOWEST RATES. RE ADT-M ABE . I have on hand a large and select stock of all grades which, when examined, cannot fail to please. Hoods iu all cases warranted as repre sented. 4:akrtl- CAUL AND SEX THE Vi jr) TWIt toTivX TVilafh It, ,lon 1 t P of no work, too much diiend i'l 'l' ' Ilt-LILI -V WW tin""' .nM on nnuenriinces lunv verv DHturallv be Ke-vtriTia" "M"si rTl 1 n f OeWlIig XVlctL-lillie. Ogler in VOH T.ES' 2Jf V ftOOltS STOKE NEEDLES, OIL, &c, Can be bad at the above Office. Boarding and Sale Stable. .1 the Old Stand, in rear ofShwkwell House H . fJ. WA TEKMA X HAVING rccontlv leased and newly fitted up the tilHive stable, would respectfully iu t". ii-iii the public that ho is now prepared to re ceive and BOABD HORSES bv the meal, day or week. Having had manv years' experience, satisfaction will be. guaran teed in Ihii.1i care and keeping. Terms reasona ble, tiuests t 4ho Stockwwll House will And every convenience at these Stables. 411k EUREKA. TINEGAR BITTERS. MIU WillklilJlll 1M ALCCHuL BR. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS. Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink, made oi Poor Ruin. Whisky. Proof Spirits anil IScfnsa Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," ' Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler ou to drunk enncss and rnin. but are a true MudiciDe, mude from the native roots and herbs of California, lrce from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Tliev are the Croat Blood Parifiorand a Lite-giving Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorutor of tho System, carrying oil all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain In their results, sale and reliable in all forms of disease. : No Person can take fhrnc Bitters accord ing to directions and rcu am lone unwell, provided their bones are not df sirnycd by minerni poison or other means, and the vital orgaus wasted beyond the point ol repair. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Uouctis, Tightness or the Chest, Dizziness. Sonr Eructations of the Stomach, itau Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, P:(in in the region of the KidneyR, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are tlieo'tlsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and oue bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Pemnle Complaints, in young er old, married or single, at t tie dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so de cided an influence that a marked improvement is soon perceptible. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheu matism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Vil lous, Remittent anil luieruiittcnt Fevers, Diseases of the Dlood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated p.lood, which is generally produced by derangement of tbe Digestive Onrans. They arc a Gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of act ing as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and In Unions Diseases. .Cor Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt- PhpLim. Ibntriic. Snots. Pimnlcs. Pustules- Roils. Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Sc-uld-llcad, Sore Eyes, i.QtruI. Itl, . Spuria. lUnrmnratimiB nl the Skin Humors and Diseases of tbe Skin, of whatever name or nature, arc literally dug up and curried out of tbe system In a short time by the use of these Litters. One bottle in such cases will convince tho most incredulous of their curative effects. Cleanse tlie Vitluted Blood whenever yon find its impurities bursting through the skin iu Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanso It vf hen it is foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. i Grateful Thousands proclaim Tineoab Bit teus the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sus tained the sinking system. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, Inrking In the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed nnd removed. Says a distinguished physiologist : There is scarcely an individual ou the face of llto earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms. It is not upon the heultlir elements of the body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system ol medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelminitics, will free the system from worms like these Bitters. Blerhanieal Diseases. Persons engaged In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advancc lu life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To. guard against this, take a dose of Walsek's Yin- Bl.SK uittkks iwice a een Billons, Remittent, and Intermittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys ol our great rivers throughout, the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Oumberlnnd, Arkansas, Rl, Colorado, Hrazos. Bio Grande, Pearl, Alabama. Mobile, Savannah. Roanoke, James, and many others, with tiieir 'ast tributaries, throughout our entire country during t he Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual host and dryness, are invariably accompanied by exten sive derangements of the stomach nnd liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon these various organs, is csacntially necessary. There is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walk Eifs VtNEOAR Bitteks, us they will speedily . 1. .i..t. AAlmvwi I ui . i .1 n , nf wltl, shi.fa I thebowelsareloaded.atthcsametimestimulatmg UICDCVIEIIUII. Ul uiu inw, aim Kvuv..w., . ..... Die healthy functions of the digestive organs. SerofUla, or King's Evil, White Swellluirs, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Eruptions of llio Skiu, Sore Eves, etc etc in tnese as in an outer consuiu- uonal Diseases, Walreu's Viseoaii BrrrnRS have I tliAfr trPAflf. i-lirftt(V shown their great curative powers in the most obstinate and intractable cases. Dr. -Walker's California. Vinegar Mit ten act on all these cases in a Rimilar manner. By purirying the Blood they remove the canse, and by resolving awav tbe effects of the inflammation (tlte tubercular deposits) the artecied paru receive health, and a permanent cure is effected. The properties of IIK. Walker's Vinroar Boteks arc Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious, 'ri. tnrrinit and mild Laxative properties of Dr. Walker's Vineoah Bitters are tlie best safe-gnard In cases of eruptions and malignant fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro perties protect the humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in tho nervous sys tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation, wind, colic cramps, etc Their Counter-Irritant influence ex tends throughout the system. Their Anti-DUieus properties stimulate the liver, in the secretion ol bUeTand IU discharges through the biliary ducts, and are superior to all remedial agents, for the euro of Bilious l'evcr, Fever aud Ague, etc Fortify tl fcody against disease by purifying all Its flniils with Vinegar Bitters. No epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed. Directions Take of the Bitters on going to btd at night lrom a half to one and one-half wine glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege tables, and take outdoor exercise. They are composed of purely vegetable . ingredients, aud contain no Bpirit. r. ii. McDonald &. co.. Druggists and Gen. Agts.. San Francisco. Cal A cor. of Washington aud Charlton Sts., N.V. SOLD BY ALL DRCUU1STS it DEALERS. Millinery & Dress Marling. MRS. M. S. FLEMING having secured new rooms in the Parmly Block. State street. would be picaseit to receive au irienas wno may desire work in this line. The LATEST STYLES OP GOODS Kept constantly on hand and received direcL The attention of ladies is especially called to the uress .mailing Jjepannieni. sxuni Prospectus for 1872. FIFTH YEAR. A Representative and Champion of American Art. THE ALDINE: An Illustrated Monthly Journal claimed to be the handsomest Paper in the n orld. "Give mv 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." Henry H ant Beecher. ' . TIIE ALDINE. while issue.) with all thereg- ularitv. hAs none of the temporary or timelv iu- terest'characleristic of ordinary periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany oi pun1, ugnt, ana 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 siuiilarclass,THE ALDlXKis a unique and orig inal conception Aloue and un&pproached ab solutely without competition iu price or charac ter. New Features for 1872. Art Department. The enthusiastic support so readily accorded to their enterprise, wherever it has been intro duced, has convinced the publishers of THE ALlm r. Ol luv tiiniiiirs ... m 1 1 ,-,, ..in. Uie American public would recognize and heart ilv support anv sincere effort to elevate the tout aud standard of illustrated pubtiralioiis. As a Siiarniitee of the excellence of this dopartment. to publishers would beg to aunounce during ttie coming year, sieciiiiuK iruiu utti ioiiimwii& eminent American artists: av. T. RicHAitBs W. H. Wilcox. Vm. Hart, J auks H. Bkaris M l. 1SEAKD. .1 AMES SMILEY. (iKOKHE SMitET, K. K. Pllll ET. Avu. Will, Irani; Hkakp, t-iR ANVILLK PERKIXS, PaVL OlXON, p. o. ('. iiarlkv, j. 11 oas. Victor Nkuliu, These pictures are being reproduced without regard to expense bv the very best engravers in tne couutry, ami wilioearitie severest critical comparison with the best foreign work, it being the determination of the publishers that TlIK A LOIN K shall be a successful vindication of American taste iu eomiietition with any exist ing publication in the world. literary Department. AVlierA so miir.li nrtmitimi is liaiil to illiistra- feared. To anticipate such misgivings, it is nnlv mwssnrv to slHte. that, tbe editorial nmn- 1 nge'mentofTHK ALUISK has Iwen intrusted to w i1AK111KNRV TOIlAlU, who has received assurances oi asistancc from a mist 01 the most iopu!nr writers and iocts of the conn- r" The Volume for 1872 will i,i,i.tm mMvi .-BMI iKiirt'S. iiuit alkont Mm engravings, t 'oininencing with the nmnlxT for tianuarv. every mini uuiuner w in contain a iieatitifiil tintiilpicturo on nlale iwiwr. inserted asa trouti"iwc The Christmas nnmlx-r for ISfS, will be a splendid volume in itself, containing flllv en gravings, tt'our in tint) and, although retailed at one dollar, will le sent without extra charge to all veariv suuscrtoors. A Chromo to Every Knbirrisrr was a vevy popular rest u re last vear. and will bo repeated ith tho pn-sent volume. Tho publishei-s have purchasc, anil reproduced, at great expensv, live lx-aiitilil oil paintinc by SEts, entitled "1amk N ati bk's school." The rhronto is 11x13 inches, and is an exact lac-sim ile, iu sie and appearance, of the nriiritinl pie turn. No Amerii mi rhroiuo. which will at all com)are with it, has vet Irnn otleriMl at retail for less thau ih price" askixl for Til K ALUINK and it together. It will be dclivereil free, with the January nunilier, to every suliscriber wlm pays for ouo venr ill advance. Terms for 18T2. One Copy, one year, with Oil 1 llrs. Five Copies " ' lill:ir. Chromo, Five " Twenty JAIMES SUTTON le. CO., I UBHSHKRS. ts iET ro ?lw ink.