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a x vitamer HHtMJS. T AT night, when I was in my bed, I A Such run it xwnud t. ma ; -I areained that I u (raniiapa, An J fraud w m;, I thought I win-e a now lered wig, Drali shorts. a t - tilers buff. Anil took without a single sueezs, A double piuch of snuif. An 1 1 went WAlkin uy the street, , An 1 he rjji ujr my side i ' ' , " , But bAMUM I w le I to quick for nim. My g m Lies, bow his cru J ! And after tax, I WiibeJ bis face, And whea hi prayer were aiJ. . I blew the candle but, and left - Poor utAndftp, in bed. . , cniLwa eves iso prates. fTI EN DER Saviour ! kind and gentle, 1 .- ehelturel by thy loving care, !utr before thje, humbly kueeling, Hear my simpl.- evening prayer. Prayer and praise here blend together In the offering that I bring, Eoref sweet and samelesa eoaafortSr - Here and now my heart moat ting. Thanhs for home (tod friend I reader,' Care and counsels, too, aawell; . ... Thanks for all thy love ha purchased More than heart or tongue can teLU Through another day temptation Hwu kantlsd hit lender feet, . Bafely kept them mid it dangers, Crowned each hour wiU tuercioa, awee. Oh forgive the last trangressloa Thouhast seen In deed or thought ; Give meraoe to-lov thee truly, And to serve thee as I ought. And as now I reek my pillow. All commending to thy will, TeaMtae aavioari keep ate safely, Let joe wake to praise thee atilL . 1. "J31U0 ; Violets. ,A FAIBI TALE. BT MRS. L. S. G00DWIX. LITTLE girl sat alone in garden, weer.Ing. One of the ' . . i . ,i crystal tear-drops chanced to ran into uie goiuen neari. 01 i rose, when out or jnm Mwer straiigitnefarrn butter rs most liable to be loyely fairy, who gently inquired : tainted by noxious odors floating in the "What is the matter, child ? why do I maanru.M. n..r rrdo lai aome vn you cfyt". , . . 'It 'IB. sobbed I the tittle girl, "be- cause my sister viua is not iunu to me. I 'love" her. but I am almost sure she doea not love me at all.'. She gets pro voketTwllrf me so easily, and snaps arid snarls at me, sometimes even strikes-ma, 'and will hot lend me any of her books orhwthtngsr. exeeot that she feels in the1 humor. Just now I proposed- that wv WioviM -take a ran in the meaaow, wherdniae twinkle in the breeze like stars -4ri tthe' sxy of eyenlrrg, wkd gold- belted bees are swinging on the great sweet ' clover-heads, but my sister re fused:1 Wfth a. cross . aiq. I shan't !' and wished me a thousand miles away,' Tha ialrv listened, aud asked :' "WUat does your sister love t Every boitv' loves something." "The oury things L think of," the chlldurcplied. "that Villa loves ail times alike, are nowera.-' J - - "Very good t" said the fairy : "would tou like to become a flower ? Then your sisteMvill'love you, and I shall always be near you for company. " "Indeed, res." answered the child hastily drying her eyelashes; "that would be most delightful !" ' "Choose, ithen. the flower you will be." said the fairy. "A rose, perhapsf?" "Oil. not tliat!" said the' child. "Ho ses are toot, handsome for ne. I should blush so to have people gazing at me If 1 mlirhr as well. I would rather be a littleblun Violet; and as my name is Vi olet, that seems the proper thing tor ine to be." ;,; -J' '- - . The fairy tottered some words in her own language, waving at the same time a tlnv .silver wand over the -child's heads immediately the dimpled bands and pale golden hair- disappeared, with 'every thing belonging to little Violet, except the blue dress she had nr and that was changed into the most beautirui oea 01 of fragrant violets that eyer was seen ti.M..! ,hii-lrlir nvni the flowers la v the tears which the child naa Deen shedding; only they no longer nau tne sad . look of tearsy bat sparkled ia the suooeams win? cer-cuiuSii.s if some flecks of the rainbow had drop- neu from tnesav. vr a niiy uiru ui ir- disc had shed Its plumage upon ; tne violet's bed. Klnnrl v down the garden oath came another child, somewhat older and lar ger .than the first. This was Arvma. Sh carried a watering-pot, whose con tents-refreshed the flowers that bordered the'Yiath- She was weeping at her work. and- soj sadly that tlie watering-pot needed not to be replenished, but was kept constantly full witn the tears wnicn fell from her eves. - ... - Coming to the violet 1 bed, already sprinkled over with what she took for dewdrops,' Arvilla paused suddenly and set down her watering-pot, while an ex clamation of delight burst from her lips: "Why, I thought my darlings were scarcely budded." she continued, -and here I find them in perfect bloom." ThereuDon she knelt down and kissed the flowers, saying tver and over how fond-she was f them. Little Violet, hearing her sister's words and reeling her 'tender, loving touch, was more happy i than - words can express. She longed to-speak to her and beg her to take a few of the flowers and wear them iu hwr hair; but being unable, had to rest content with breathing out her most delicate .perfume for her -sister to eiyoy..? .- - ' - ' Presently Villa raised her head, gazed ' fixedly at tha violets a moment, and be- cau tsi ween a fresh. . "Their color is so like the dress dear little Violet wore when she wsntawsy, ' a bbed Villa. t to- UeiUly swayed the. rose behind the child- and the fairy appeared. ""What is tba matter, little one? she Innuined.. i . . 4.u..8p lonely without my sister," answered the gneying cniia. , - . 'Oh Indeed," said the fairy, arm said nwore;butflittiiigback into tlie heart of the rose, folded one by one the damask leaves over her head, for the su u was go ing down, and the lengthened shadows lading aud- blending along the . gar den walks.' b" . The following evening Arvilla came again into the garden, and tat by the vi olet bed and wept, and she heard the soft voice of the fairy asking as before: "What are Vou crying for, little girl 7 "For my daar little sister," Villa re plied, between her sobs. "She has gone a way r and we do not know what has be come of her." ' '"' "Oh indeed," carelessly repeated the fairy, i id disappeared, leaving the child to oriave on u luitied. The third time Villa sat beside the vi olet bed weeping, and the fairy, stand ing op in the heart ot tne rose, put to her the same question. "Haw can I help mourning for my lort sister, who was so gentle and good ?" said Villa. 1 grieve the more, when I reuicri-ber that I was not always good and kind to her. Oh. l miss her sadly I have no one to play with me now. I would give all the world to have Violet back airaln. - "Would -you?" returned the fairy Think asrain. Are you sure you would ?ive me the first thing I ask for, if I can persuade your sister to return to you as s'ip ws?f' . . jm ... a nvi iiHiir all v luilik. uiuuiioi.u .11c "Anything anything," promised tne hhild with all her heart; and to prove uer sincerity, she extended her hand .. . i i i with a pretty oeaueu, snaen purse, in ohich were a ten cent scrip and a ir.nnla of ten cent silver coins. "Take i ..rAinimo ' Bid ahe. ..t,- - -.-nr Hoar i-pfnrnorl uiiu nciwiuvi .miiin ir. will do crol onmewhere. We have no use tor money, ...v -J . . i- What I shall ask for, is something you will be far better off without you and all your friends. Give me your irritable temper, which leads you often to such . unloving words and actions as often v-ounda those . who love' you . most dearly." . "Gladlv would I be rid of it," said Villa, tearfully ; "it never did me any good but mischief." "Very well," said the fairy. "Ee meinber your promise when you have little Violet back, or the next time she will he changed to an angel ; and those who are changed to angels, though you should weep rivers of tears, can never tome buck to the mortal land any more." The -fairy waved her wand over the violet bed, and lo! there was no more a flower- to be seen ; they bad all gone to seed. But a dear little girl, in a blue dress, flung a . pair of dimpled arms around her -sister'- waist, and nestled her bead, with its pale golden ringlets, upon her -loving sister's shoulder. Villa -and Violet, restored to each other, wept for joy. Afters long era braee, and many kisses, they ran away towards tiie meadow, with its buttercups and. lambkins, so happy Oh, so very liappy! ... . - A6EIC UI.T UB.AX. Mart BrrtER. of Jersevrille, 111. otter to plow a mitcli with any man in .he country for f 100. Walnut tree -tiiiniw hare become an irtit'le of nicn-lintlif, ami in uiv of Jiciti very valuable. - Tim curly grain of .he root in tisetl for veneering, and some 'tump are worth f loJ after being prop- jrly worfceii lutu stupe. ; j. ? I'D MEASURE C'ORX IX THE CRIB. TtlU will apply to a crib of any Mze or Liml. I wo cubic feet or icoou. souml. ury com in the ear will ra ike a bushel of shelled norm To set, then, the Quantity oi lielletl com in a r-rib of corn ill the ear. measure the length, breadth and height uf the crib, inside ot the rail; multiply the length bv the brea Ith; then divide the product by two, and you have the number of bushels of shelled corn in the crib. To find the number of bush elrof apples, potatoes, etc., la a bin, multiply the length, breadth and thick ness together, and this oroauct ny eignt, and point off bae figure In 'the, product for decimal s. An English groom said to EU Per kins: "You don't take goedcareofyoux horses; you think you do, but yon aoa't. I When a horse eotnes in all wet with Derspiration, you let him stand in the staoie ana dry wito ail tne-uin on. - ad England we take the horse as he comes in from a drive and sprinkle blood-warm water all over him from his bead to his feet. Then we scrape him down and I blanket him, rubbing his legs and face I dry. Thus, in an hour he is clean and I dry and ready to take feed, while with I your way, ne win stana ana swelter tor hours, and finally is -dry, sticky and dirty. Our horses - never founder and I never take cold. . We never sse acurry- Icomb. You scratch your horses too hard. The only care necessary is to I fin TO vii - wsiicr hia cuiu, uicu vaiuc them quick and blanket them . instantly while you are rubbing their legs.'; A farmer's wife writing in- the Ohio r.r.- nf .It th. nmH.. nt hn the cellar from which little, blood I flowed ottt and was -neglected -until it commenced to smell.- The result was, that a jar of butter which I was then packing, sttnelled and tasted like spoiled Deer." Another lady reauer opserves that -there ' Is a pond of filthy, stagnant water a few hundred feet f com their house, from which an extensive effluvi um -would be borne on the oreesee ii rectly to the milkroom, whea the wind was In a certain, direction, the result oi which was that cream and butter woald taste lika tlia disagreeable- odor looming from that pond. As. soou as the pond was i (1 rained we bad-no mora damaged tratter. .. . - . A co-respondent of the New York Tribune gives the following process fur preparing lambskins for clothing mate rial i "Make a strong suds with not w water; let It get cold jiitd wash the skins. squeezing tnem careiuuy to get -oat au the dirt from the wool ; wash the soap out with clean,, cold water, and cover them with-water for twelve borrrs; then hang them oyer a pole to drain ; when partially drv, stretch them carefully-on a board, and when a little damp, sprin kle on them an ounce each of pulverized saltpetre and alum; lav the flesh sides together, and hang in the shade for two- or three days, turning them over every: day, to bring the underskin uppermost, till they are perfectly dry; then scrape the flesh side till all scraps of , flesh -are removed ; rub it with pumice or rotton stone and with the hands ; then lay the cloak pattern down ou the flesh side of the skin, trace it round- with a pencil. and cut it but with a sbarpe knife : over cast the edges tozether on the wrong side, and line with qallted' silk. fo collar, far or trimming, is worn with an astrachan.er lambskin cloak. Cots wold. Leicester,'- and other long-wool pelts. prepares In this way, and lined-.and trimmed with some blight -material, will i wiwumu wmnw im uiu wciui i oiuiuon-icij mvukuviu I Probablt the largest , pigeott 'roost i ever Enown in Maryland was recently held on the farm cr Mr. WiUlaiwSchley, i near Unt-lanfl in Allpcrhanv poiintir. nn i a tract 0f ground: covered wwith : aider bushes, occupying about six acres.' The Cumberland Newt says r The inflocking pigeons gradually eetueu down - upon the bushes, until they were bent to the ground by the weight or ' the birds. Still more pigeons came flying .irisfrom distant points and continued to settle. uown upon tne aireaay living mass, un til tne whole nve or six acres were com pactly covered. ' So great was the num ber of b'rrds that they were piled upon each other in. places from one to two teet in aeutn. ine pigeons conunuea flocking in and settling upon and among each other from about four o'clock in the afternoon until nightfall, when at last they became still and prepared for their night's rest, -With the early dawn -of the morning, flock after, flock arose and new away Jn all directions, wnicn departures were continued until about nine o'clock, when the place -was de serted and not a living bird to be seen during the remainder of the. day, until towards evening, wnen they again - be gan flocking back to the same roosts, and the scenes of the i evening before were again to be witnessed ; aud all this ku. .infill I.pfl.l rlollit fn. ....,. An '1 -. It is estimated that all the flocks of pig- eons for perhaps fifty or sxty miles around, thus gather at this one spot each evening dnrine their annual mrratry ol air t t-tia 1m man 43 a fVi . .mmna i'r . . . " . . " ' AUeghany Mountains in quest of the heavy mast of acorns abounding there. This is the only roost known this season in this or any of the bordering counties, ana is per naps the- only one; wuhin a circle of several hundred miles. - It is a well established fact that these, birds have but one roosting plaee.- witfaia.-ja very large territory, and in their transit to warmer latitudes, ' and during their J stoppage by the way, use one place only asa roost at night. At this wonderful roost ou Colonel Schley's i place, thous ands ami : thousands of pigeous- 1i;ve been nightly caBftired by nxm and-boys,- with guns, clubs and bags. After night- tall a person can go among the birds md scoop them into the mouth of a bag. It is needless to add that thousands of them have been wantonly shot and al lowed to remaiu upon the grouud. where tney uiea. Although it' is several years, since ess generously - placed the mail- t the service of all lovers of flon- e, by the paying of a very small Uongrese oags at culture, by the paying of a very small sum of money (2 cts. for 4 oz.j i cts. for o w,, v vun., iui Mvbtju o vt. iw a pound, allowing 4 lbs. to be sent in -one bundle), there are yet many persons throughout our land who du not fully comprehend the facilities of transporta tion lor all kinds of floral beauties. There are dwellers many upon the dis tant prairies aud amid the ranches scat tered through Colorado, Montana and Arizona, who would gladly avail tb em- selves of these privileges did they but know how small a sum it would cost them to procure plants which would enliven their surroundings; remind them of a distant home and brighten many a lonely hour of their lives. It is for their benefit that 1 write this art!- cle, and also for those who, having rer i ' ' . n oeived the plants by mail which were a nn. r.iiYis. M rft, in oiin nam nwnr long time en route and have become very dry, are not aware of the treatment they require. There are many florists who make it a speciality to send their plants by mail. and have actverti and have advertised largely to that effect, and have given great satisfaction and InlaoBiirAfn thnn pleasure to thousands of customers. If plants have been confined in tight bundles or boxes for some days, the evaporation Of moisture from the leaves has been very great, and tney require to be soaked in wnrm water from twen ty minutes to half an hour, keeping the wrappings abput the roots, and laying the plants in shallow pans Of water quite warm to the hand. This restores thnir vio-nr. revives the leaves, and eives the plants renewed life. They must bp shaded from the sunlight for three, four, or even five days, and water plentifully sprinkled over 'the leaves both night and morning. If the sun docs not shine, keep the coverings ofT; but if it does, double newspapers, carefully folded and fastened over them, will keep the plants fresh. If planted in new pots, the pots must be soaked in water for at least an hour before using them, or they will draw all the moisture out of the soil and kill the plants by starvation. If old pots are used, they must be carefully washed from all dirt or slime. If the plants are placed directly fnto tlie open bprtr, one must remember that they came from a warm greenhouse, : and keep . them shielded from chilling winds. Daisy Eyebrlght in Country Qeutlemun, . , .1 RELIGIOUS NEWS. Wfi go to the grave of a friend, saying, A man is dead ;" but angels throng about him, saying "A man is born." Rev. S. D. Peet has closed his-work at Chatham, where he isHvceed d Jr Rev. ft. Uatch, late of Traverse Citv. Mich. - Rev. E. K. Williams, who has been IKistor of the church in Warsaw, N. Y., sevcutneu years, - h.w accepted a call co the Presbyterian church in Elyria. ' The Archbishop of Canterbury has 4Uminoied the joint Coiuiniltee of Coo- vocation to meet at L, iinuetn, to cou- ider the question of the Alhauasiaii creeil. early in December. Thb late Sir David Baxter bad left oJ,U00 to the Scotch Free Chnrcli. He as aluo given Jb 40,000 to the Uuiversity of EJinburg. where he had previously founded a chair of engineering. ., The Jewish Chronicle srateathat thee eldest son of Raroq Jamca Bottivbild Paris. is engaged ia eompilkig a-Msury of the family. It - wiH ooatalu jsome in- teresth uipoWIibed letter, of leon l" - ! Tbkss are manv people in thU worldtpUieauayiiicb melM the solder on the tin who are like perfumed rases from which 1 the perfume has fled, all the surrounds J iiizooiects attracting it: anu w wwritaesauman, veaiDueosaer rar. uk life is not in ikemstbot butr in their I (Afrits. . - . .. V. i Bet". S. 5. Camming, of Boston beld a meeting in 'the Lecture Room of the Cfengregariorial "ChurcfiTasf Week in be- lialf- of flia V 'BaldwU Place THne-ro Little WanderereJV.f -Boston The singing ty the childrei was 4aeHeBt. Tbebje: will be - "ChristaAn.Isatute" held in tLeetAfff Robnaf tQhUgre- oW ChuwiOB Monday, Twesday and Wednesday evenings, Dec,tb, 10th I and 11th;.' conducted by. ,Kev'C. M.T nw r jiw n,nm,mn-;n ' ,V. . . ' 7 " oepuwisneo next wees. i Oaxr two'charche, both -EDiscooal.i were brrned in the Boston fire; but thel calamity will greatly affect most of the churches in' that city. The Cohareaa- ttanalttt savs thatln Dr. Webb church 1 probabtr dlU tlKOaeS- Ji&Qries Tor themeelvet who are not burned out can I be eoOBffai one'st finr. Very.inaDi -tiio worsnip nitre were in me suue aim i leather trade. Park-atreetalsoisa vej" Iteayy looser.'' - WhbrsTVkr I find truth, I win "appro prtate itr for H r te- au estiay riomotnri urnpil k ii , 1 lwlAnn ,n .w. u ml nil I word, .and blMiga to-aue. jum1o all EmiueM Masters-. ljtwfrtle8' ami' -sects. claim truths as theirs because they have most faHy -expounded tbern ; bnt mai never make truths; they only reeagMiae the rvalue 4Xxiiis t-urreney fiod-'i,bey H...I . ll. . -a .,. .. ,f - 1,.. ,1 . III in the -street, -and otily recognize' the value of which other parties have drawtr.- Bs. T. E.' Kunree oTlfottiit Vernon has a -nuauiuious, eall to theaiigb -Street Church iu Columbus, at-...-a salary' of $2,0007 'The meeting-house which this people'are' building at a cost of about $18.000, -will be 'completed in a few months, and will be one of the finest and most substantial in the city. The nrst tjlmrcn ukspenae with toe plan a pew rert, and -have adopted the-system of voluntary weekly contributions. -Rev, K. U. iJutcbans, turraerty joi iisoaklyu, bas received a warm welcome from - this people, and entered upon his work. with ardor, . t Thb next four -paragraphs are-from Beecher, of course. His mark is upon then v5ruejf are jBfcem-grjpdj .V 6 -. 1 Oa ! let the soul alone. Let it go to God as best it may. It is entangled ataough. it is nara erteagn or-n-to-rise above the distractions which environ it. Let taasKCeach the raiahowlaaiuli.tue eiouus now to shape themselves and move their airy-rounds, the seasons how to cherish and garner ' the universal abundance, but let him not. teach ft. soul i iu pruyjvwuuva tmjjaoff suiiostjuotn brood f Prayer MEEmroi-Only a praver meeting,"aidBrother Lake, Tooxilten. indeed, these prayer-meetings are so dull as to almost justify Brother Lake's reference to them. How may we im prove them ? - - - -- - - ' -' l. rut more tnougnt into them. ! 2. Come with -more will to the ser- Vice. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Put more Bible iuto them. Have more children present. Let the prayers be shorter. Le theigin be more spirited. Don't let them drag. Let-the-air of the room be purer. mane -me room nenter. 10. Last and first and all-utaoortant. let them be full of faith iu God and his word, - Depot Woux Jtx Buffalo. .tor sesw- erai muisxu. past M3suiave.ua.piaceu .. I, depot lare cards neatly framed, containing the followinejiotice: i -loung jaen-SMnrtstian Association free reading-room and library, over 3Ifl Main street. . : ' . . , " . , . , . ,-1 . "Strangers can obtain information :SSS!OW and :. Lungs, men are especially inviteOi" ' - ; under the frame is a box filled with religious reading-matter: the words. take one'i are painted la lacgeUestersl the,rnlfLth,eix- The result has beeu that both ladies and gentlemen mailed themselves of tlie privilege of .our- reading-room while waiting for 1 "" w evucui cmuiur I rrai ra and Arhant nov eratishf .nl ment and boarding-places through the Association.' The. Boston Pilot, widen., was -completely burned ont i the' great flre,- re appears this week its a single sheet; The Pilot is the best of the Catholic papers Catholic, j Indeed, in4a higher and truer sense than most of the rest of them. With its doctrines we cannot, of course agree;: but-it plrit4 -for.the most part worthy of all commendation. Us editor is aa irishiuau-b v-bmji, but he is inore-Hii'Amrieai ti'iatrn-riri.'jh-nan; and he has done grand service in fighting: the, 4,'irihnen"., which o iu- ivm our pontics, 11 is a good omen tharthtr-ribETarrmrnaTas tinn arger-.that,that,of all the. of tier Catholic papers combined. " The fine building which JJiv-I04ahoe had erec ted iu Boston is destroyed but he has a fortune leffr' In his large. YHbscriDtiou list, the 'good-will of his subscribers, nd energy amtsagaclty-whieh have Riven him his success. v 'The course of ttnie loVe wits slightly SThk course of trtie lbV was slightly I rnfaedrbyran -ecleshistieaP breese ;ht i uincr uay in j7itisDunr. wnen tne itev. John S. Miller, an 'extreme Ritualist. now of Baltimore, undertook, to, lead to the altar a young lady of the former city, Permission had been sought to have the Vcranwit"s.pefoiined at Trinity church, and had been granted on condition that there -should be no profession . and no surpliced A choir. There was some misunderstanding,how- ding party- arrived at the church, with the surpliced choir In coreeous arrav. they were confronted by the rector, who insisted that nothing of that sort must go on in his church. They, therefore. returned to their carriage and drove to St, Peter's church, followed by the con- gregation. The se of thiff church was In turn refused by the vestry men unless the pair would be married aooording te the plain ceremony of the .denouilna. tion. . After -tmuch- pai a f u 1 he kation they consented to ths hard conditions. aud were married without .the Bltualis-1 tic improvements. Dress Flaikly Some one has given the following reasons why peopleshonld dress plainly on Sunday, The reasons are as valid any other day in the week, Here they are : - 1. ... It would lessen the burden of I many wno now nnu it naru to maintain their places in society, , - - ,v n -, 2. It would lessen 'the' force of the temptations -which often lead men to barter honor and honesty for display, S. If there were less strife in dross at church people in moderate circumstan ces would be more inclined to attend. 4. Universal moderation in dress at church would improve the worship by the removal of - many -wandering thoughts. ... -t.-: 5.. It would enable all classes of peo ple to attend . church in - favorable weather. " 6. It would lessen, on the part of the rich, the temptation to vanity. 7. . It would lessen, on tlie part of the poor, the tempatloii .to be envious and malicious. 8, - It would save valuable time on the Sabbath. 0. It would relieve our means from a serious pressure, and thus enable us to do more for good enterprises PRACTICAL HINTS. Tk eariom rtefpt ith'ck i&iU hereafter be jinen to our raider in the department, are presented nnly ajlr thy Jbtee 14ted and procc rrilnl&. Thm infttrmatiom tAsjf mnUtin teiil thmfar almijfm 6e fnumd to 6 valuable itmi melt morikf of prwi eation. Weals To Ds!rg in Walks. Tlie following metho.1 to destroy weeils is pnrsneil atthe mint in Paris, with good effect: Water ten gallons; stone lime twenty pounds; flour of sulphnr two poumis. Boil in an' iron kettle; after settling, the Hear part is to be poured off and sprinkled, freely, upon the weeuy walks... Care must be taken, for it will destroy weels; and as certainly destroy edging and border flowers, if sprinkled on them. . Tin-Ware T Mend bw the Heat of a Candle. Take a rial about two-thirds full of muriatic acid, and put into it, little bits of sheet ziuc, as long as it dis solves them i. then put iu a crumb of sal-ammoniac and fill op with water Jtnd It is rtadrto use. HfltbTthe cork of the TiarwJt ne-totaoa to be mended, with the preparailon : Then pax a piece of Lg tr 5eV a'nd lllKedmntJeofphpnd'1 e and causes the sine- to adhere without further trouble. Wet the ginc also with not oa in nlace of the sino. or with the Tire To Keep on the Wheel.- -A cor- Msmndeist-eT thew8wt her Winter eays ; "Ji treued a wagon some year .ago for my use, aud before patting on the tires I filled the fellies with linseed-oU; land the tires have worn out, and were never loose. . 1 ironed a buggy for, my own use seven years ago, and theies are now as tight-as when put on. My metfced'of tlllttig the feine -with the oil ia as folio wa: -I sue a long, cast iron oil hsater. made for the pur.rjeee i the oil is brought to a boiling heat, the wheel is placed on a stick:, a to haig J. the loiU each felly an Hour, for -common sized felly. The timber should be dry, orfcen Umber will-nottake oil. Care should be taken that the oil be not made hotter than a Dotting beat, in order that uieumoer oe-nmr trarnr. iiraocr nuea with oil is not suaocpttWe-to watee, and U muuem mere durable;" . 1 was amnsed son ume agw wneo t-wiaa onsMaiu npw toeepure ugnt xn wneeis, y Jhni teUi'igme it was a profitable busi- ma iv agvu maker will say.it -is profitable to him . to make aud repair wheels but what will the farmer, who' supports the ' wheel wright and the blacksmith say? -The gnatAlit good to the greatest number, is n o ' my motto. Water Tiller UonteXade. Bain wa ter is much healthier than hard water as-a beverage: ami 'the" following will be found a easy and cheap way te fit it fur drinking purposes: Have au oak tub- made, holding trotn hall, to a barrel, aw; cording-to xne amount ot water needed In the family ; let it stand on end, witn a faucet near tiie bottuin : or, 1 prefer a hole through the bottom, near, the frout Side, with a tube in it which' prevents the water from rotting the outside of the tub; then nut clean pebbles three to rou luohes la thickness; ever the bettotn - of til e tub saw. have- charcoal pulverized to thoaiaeof small peaa (that made from hard maple is the bes)aid put iu : half a bushel or so at a time; .pound it down quite - firmly, then put in more and pound again until- the tub is ailed to within eight inches of the top; and agam puttm two inches more ot pebbles then put a piece of clean white flannel vr the whole top as a strainer. -The flaniiekeaa be. washed occasionally, to remove the impotitieaoaUected from the water, and It might-he well to put flannel between the pebbles aud flannel at the bottom also. . When... the charcoal becomes loul, it can be , renewed as be- fore, nut wm. worlt a wnoie season, witn ut rene'wfng. Put on your water free ly until it becomes clear ; when you will be as-weii' sattsflea as you would be lr it run through -a patent Alter, costing six tiuesas much, as tbis. . .A large jar to bohl.Lhe filtered -water can lie set in an icebox if preferred ; or an occasional piece of ice can.be put in the water ; but if the filter is set in the : cellar, aa , it should he, the water will be sufficiently cool for health. This, makes a good cider filter, also, - first straining the cider through "cotton to free it from the coarsest pomace. I WISHART'SPINE TREE TAB CORDIAL, Nature's Grreat Remedv Ft gratifying tons to inform the public that Or. I- O. C. Wishart'a Finn Tree T Tar r. diaL for Throat apd Lung INseases, has grained au voviauu; ivpuuuion zrom soe Atlantic C9tno Pacific coast, 'and from theuce to some of the first families in Europe, aoc throuxb the press muu , u-vy wnuQ (HfWUKJlDUIBie .ataces ac- tQHiiy Denenttea ana curea as ni omce. w nil he imbltshea- less. av our -TeDortew.- he i uoable tosnnnly the demand, . It gains aoU holds Pirss JNo-br-fifeannin- ejtnn. hiithvlnMm. inif ana smistina- nature to throw off the un nwn;Bnaier couecKa aoout tne .tnroat aaa oroncniai cnoes,a'tcA came irritation. Second. It removes tha- eanse- or irritAtinn (which produces cough) of die mncous membrane aiiu-orwncn amoecytnsiswTiietungv to act ana thiowuff the uuneulitay secretions, and purines the blood.. Thtr.ii ' it fs free from TOnftts. lobelia, ipecac andnwMfcrf which mo5lthi-Dnt and tang" teme ilies are composed, which, allay, cough only, and feet ou the stonuuh. acts on thu livor and. kid. neys, and' lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching toevery part e the syatam.and in its invigorating and purifying effects it has gained a reputation which it must hold above all others nsnenuraat. . . Tie Piie Tree Tar (Mai, I ' - A.ttsrioan. Dyspepsia, JHlla AND TtTnmtrm CT.m,. I " -'! Beinf under my Immediate direction, they shall not lose their curative qualities by the HENRY R. WISHART PROPBIETOB. FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. L- Q. C. Wisbart'g Office Parlors are open wu aiuiiuavs, xwKHiaya mn rv eaDesaays I ram .nt. to 5 D. m. for oanBuHLAllnn hv rv. Wm Magee. With him are associated two consultlor pbyalcian of acknowledged Ability. This op- NVU IU tUV blfcjr. All letters mast be addressed t L. Q. C. WISHART, M. D No. 232 H. SECOND ST. PHILAP331JPHIA; -rv-a .. .. . . ... . .. . . CXAMITIE Two men. strangers in Columbus, sought shelter in the boiler house of a blast furnace in that city, and on Mon- lay morning one of tltem was found dead, suffocated by the gas, while the ithet was iuseusible from the same use. The Mayor of Madison, Indiana, has offered a reward of live liuudred dollars lor the arrest and con viction ot the mur- : lerer of Ileurv A. Armstrong, who was hot and killed at his residence in that itv, by some unknown person on the 17lu ultimo. Quite a sensation has been caused in San Francisco by the publication of the particulars of an alleged plot between Laura D. Fair ami a restaurant waiter lamed Frank, topoiou JiMge Iwineil- aud Alexander Campbell, counsel for the people. The plot was revealed by Jsranlt. .borne think the waiter is in sane, but he had iu his posession a plan of bwinelle's- house.' The people arc muchlnceused against Mrs. Fair, A AaBinamed Edward DoraeK a me chanic, was found iu, Chicago, on Mon day' night, by the police, lying on. the street, terriDiy .Druiaea ana cut auont tne head, covered with blood and insensible. He was taken to the hospital, where be died that nisrnt. lie Had undoubtedly been attacked by-robbers on his way to the depot. He- had -left home "with the intention of going : to - Waukegan, and probably iiau some mosey witn bim A desperate vendetta in Obion county. Tennessee, a few days ago resulted iu the death of two men. - Two brothers named Mac umber, running a mill, had an em ployee named Saunders. The Mac um bers had a wordy altercation with Saun ders, which resulted in one of them shootiug . Saunders : . in the side. Sannders returned the fire, killing one instantly 'and inflicting a wound oa tne other of which be died. 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' The celebrated author, in this admirable essav, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' suc cessful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may lie radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife 1 pointing out a mode 01 cure at once simple, certain aud effectual, bv means of which every sufferer, 1:0 matter wha't bis condition may be, may our himself cheaply, privately, and radically. Ua-Thls Lecture should be tn the bands of every youth and every man ia the land. Js9T Sent, under seat in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid on reoaipt of six cents, or two post stattiaiB, - - Sv,rweU' "Marriage Guide." Address the PnuUsl CHABLES J. C. KLINE A CO.. ' Bowery, New York, J -WW lrAHi MH Union Meat Market. ALL KfSDS OF FRESH AN!) SALTED ' MEATS for sale at the lowest prices. All iuota delivered free uf charge. C. G. DAVIS. Fainesville. March S3.18T2. 37-89-1 Sweet Chestnut Trees. THE largest stock in the world, at greatly re duced rates. Circulars free. Also, a full ot suiienor nursery otocR. nineteenth year; 200 acres; II green bouses. Address, STORKS, HARRISON & CO. 6J-9J-1 Painesville, Lake county. Ouio. Prospectus for 1873. SIXTH TEAR. TIIE ALDINE: n Illustrated Monthly Journal universally admitted l be the handsomest periodical ia the W orld. A Representative and Champion of American Taste. Aof for mulo its Hook .or JTeare Store.. THS ALDINE. while issued with all tha re. ularity, has none ef the temsorarr or t imelv in ttsrestcbaraateristie ef onl lira 17. periodicals, it H an i elegant miscellany or pure, light, and Kaeeful. literature, and a collection ef pictures, e rarest specimens of artistic skill, in black and white. Although cacti fiioeeedlnc number afford a fresh measure to Its Mend, tha value and beauty of THE ALMSS will e meat appreciated after it ha been bound tip ae-tsse close of the year. Whlie ether publications tnav ciaim aupenur cneapnes bs conipaxea witn rival 01 a similar class. THUL ALUINE is a tuque and original conception alone and nn appproached absolutely .without ompetitien in urice or character. The nossessor of a cmJ plcte volume cannot duplicate the uuautity of i sue unuvr auu eugraviugK iu any omer tnape or aumber of volumes for ten time it cost; and sucu, mere ere we cnrumuQ, uvsn.es. Art Department. - Notwithstanding tha inerease Iu the price- of subscription last rail, when THK ALDuia as sumed its present noble proportion and repre sentative character, the edition wee were than doubled durinar the tast veare skrovinv that the American public appreciate, and will rapport, siumn ,u ui ciim vi an see pao Ushers, naxions te justify the ready eennaensle thus demonstrated, bare exerted themselves to the utmost to develop- and improve -the work: and the plans for the coming year, as unfolded by the monthly issues, will astonish and deHgnt even the most sanguine friends of THE ALDISK The publishers are authorised to announce aesigns irom many 01 tne most eminent artists ui &menca. 1 In addition. THE ALfTSE will renmdnM example or the best foreign masters, selected with a view to the highest artistic success, and greatest general- interest; avoiding such as have oecome Tamilian tnronsn nnotozranha or eonias oX any kind. Theeuarterly Mated plates, for 1T8, will se. rtroduoe fbaref ioha 8. Iavis' inimitable child skstches, appropriate to the four season. These plates,, appearing in -the issue, for January, April, wuiy, aua iscsaeer, wram atone oe wortn the oriceof a vear'aaubscriution.. . . The popular featave ef a oopieusly iUuMrated "Christmas" number will.be con tinned. , . i Premium CHromos for 1STS B.repy suoscrioerto IHU AliUl.K, who pays in advance for the vear 181a. Kill reoei v.. with. out .additional oharsra. a nair. of bmuitiful nil chrouios, after J.J. HilL.the eminent English iiainici! m.uv piiuix9, euiiticu iu v itiaire Belle," and "Crossing the Moor," are 14 x SO Indies are printed rrem Wdtaerent nlates. re. quiring 96 impressions and tints to perfect each picture, tne same enromo are sold lor ass uer oair. in the art stores. As it is the determination of iu conductor to keep THE AUHXB out of tnt reacnoi competitioa tn every- department, the chroraos will be found corresnondinrlv ahead of any that can be offered by other periodicals. Tne - Isiterary Department win continue unaer tne care or Mr. KrCHABO HENRY HTODI)tRn.nilitnl hrtb. hat aril. er and ooets of the dav. who will strive to hmve tae literature ai i ujt AiiUiA a. always tn keen- ' Terms.- " " t3 oer annum, in advance, with Oirchranui THE ALDINE will, hereafter, be obtainable oniv dt suBscrioEion. i nsre viu ba nn nuiiuvii or clue rate: cash for suusariotion asuat be km! iv tuc uuiiauen uirecu or nanaea tn tne local agent, without responsibility to the publisher, except iu cases where the certificate is given, uvwtuK " wn.iwtto iiKiuuuniw ssnetaiu ton a, CO. Aeents Wanted. Any person, wishing to act permanently aa a local agent, will receive full and prompt infor- : JAS. SUTTON CO., PiliSBere, SS StaUUm u, JVne York EUREKA. VINEGAR BITTERS. DR. WALKER'S ' CiLIFORSIi. TINEGAE - BITTERS. Vinegar Bitter are not Tile Fancy Drink, made of Poor Enm. Whisk v Proof- Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened mj pieaaetae ussie; caireo. -'lontcs," - Appetizers, " Restorers," Ac that lead the UDDler on to drnn enness and ruin, but are sv true Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.- They are the Great mooa runner ana b uie-giving mncipie, B reneot. neuuviuur auu luvigvrauir 01 tne nystem, carrying off all poisonous matter and restorinsr the blood to a healthy condition, enriching refreshing and invigoratmg 00 tn mina ana ooay. xney are easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain tn their results, safe and .reliable ia all forms ol disease. K Psrssa ean tak tins MMsn teiSBV ing to OArectioBs, ana remain long unwell, provMed laeir oonea are not uestroyea oy mineral poison or other means, and Um vitatorgans wasted beyond the point ef repair. - Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Read ache. Pain In the shoulders, Coughs, Tightness ef the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks. Palniiatlon of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, -Pain m the region 01 tne Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, an the ortspiingsor Dyspepsia., In these complaints it has no equal, and oue bottle will prove a better guarantee of ita merita than a lengthy advertisement. . For Female Complaints, in young ft old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the torn of life, these Tonic Bitters display ao de cided an Influence that a marl, ej Improvement in soon perceptible. , For lnflammstary susel Ckrostsc ItBiess- m.Usm and Gout, Dyspepsia r lndigestian. Bil ious, Kemlttent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitten have been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. Th.ey are st Gentle ParsjatHr mm welt u a. Tattle, possessing also the peculiar merit ef act ing as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion er Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organ and in Bill us Diseases. - . For Skin Dtseeaes, Eruptions, Tetter, Bait Bhenm, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever nam er nature, are literally dug. op .and rrJesV out of the system In a short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle In such cases will convince the most incredulous of their curative enecla. - Cleanse tlie Vitiated Blood whenever 70a Cnd Ita impurities bursting through the skin In Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse tt when Tea. Cad it obstructed and sluggish in tlie veins; cleanse It when H is foul ; your feelings will tell yea when. Keep the blood pure, and tit health ef the anient will follow. - Cratefnl Tlionsaxids proclaim VrxxOAB Brr rssa the most wonuer.ul Invigorant that ever sua LUncd the sinking system. 11 m. Tape, and Uct Worsne, larking In the system of so many thousands, are cflwtually destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist : There iaeoareeiy-aa individual on the face of tne canh whose body is exempt from the presence of worms, it is not upon tne a allay elements of the body that worms exist, bat upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living- monsters of disease. 'e sysw oi medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmlnttica, will free the system from worm like these Bitters. MeeMauaieal kllseaaai. Psisutal cinaaaed IB Points and Minerals, such aa Plumbers, Type setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, aa they advance In life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowel. Te guard against this, take a dose ef Waaebb's Vim boas Bittbbs twice a week.- - BlUanu, Kesntttent, auad Internalttent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers; throaghont the United Slates, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Mobile, Savannah, Roanokev- James, and many ethers, with their 'ast tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably ao during seasons of aa usual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by ests. aive derangements of the stomach and liver, ami other abdominal viscera. In their trearsstat, purgative, exerting a powerful inflaenoe upon these various organs, Is essentially necessary. There tt Bo cathartic for the purpose equal le Da. J. Waka. Ba'a Vinboab BrrrsBS, aa they .will apeedilr remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the ame4irusttrauiaUQg the secretions of the liver, and generally rosiortng the healthy functions of the digestive organs. Scraraila, or Ktntre Bvil, WhMe Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas. Swelled Neck, Goitre, scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Affeetiens, Old Sore, Eruptions of the Skin, Sere Eyes, etc., etc. In these as In all other eoBsUtn ttonal Diseases, Walbbb'b TtKBaAB Brmas have shown their great curative power ia tne tntet etwtinate and Intractable case. Esr, Walker's California Vinegar Mlt tore act oa all these cases In a auullar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the Inaenimatiea ithe tubercular depaaiuu the aflcted pans swesive lealth, and a permanent cure is effected. Th properties of Da. WALKaa TlxaeaB Bittbbs are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative. Nutritious. Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative. Counter irritant, snderiflc. Alterative, and AnU-Biaeoa. Th. Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Dr. WaM.br'8 Vinboab Bittiks are the best safe-guard In cases of eruptions and malignant fetern. Their balsamic healing, and aootliiug pro- Krtte protect the humor of the faaoe. Tneir dative properties allay pain in the nervous sys tem, woinaah. and boweia, frotu in.m..ir.. Wind, collo, cramps, etc. Th.tr Cownteralrrltant tnfln.nee ex teada throughout the system. Their Aatl-Blileas properties stimulate the liver, la the secretion ot bile, and its discharges through the biliary doota, and are superior to all remedial agents, (or the cur ef Billons Fever, Fever and Ague, etc. Fturtlfy tne nodr against disease by purifying all Ita fluid with Vinboab Bittbbs. No epidemic ran take hold of a system thus fore-armed. Direction Take of the Bitters on lotus to bed at night from a half to one and one-haU wlo glaasful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast best, and vege tables, and take outdoor exercise. They are oomposed of pure); vegetable Ingredients, and contain no aptrh. K. H. McDOU ALD CO., Druggists and Uen. Agts.. San Franc woo, CaL, A SOLD BY ALL DKCUQISTS eTttSAU: IBS. C, H, Wheeler, BOOTS and SHOES. AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF EVERT VARIETY of goods in thi line, just re. oetved for the Spring and Summar Trade of lets. No. 103 Main st. Call and ex am la th stock before purchasing elsewhere. Even kiudef work But da to order and mall I naiuvi t i 1 4'... , iel v 11 . m n t.a.l K ,1. - ... terial and work. Beiisdring done at tkesbortett :fW. ui'tlkwiwsiMli r-Trt Furniture for .the Million. THE TJKDER8IGNEO WISHES TO CALL special atteu tion to rtis assortaient of FUJINITUltE of all kiwis, consisting of CHAMBER BETS. BOOK OASES. CASE AND WOOD SEATED CJ4AIKS. TA BLES. LOUNGES. &fj.. C. A large quantity of Elegant M ATTBASSES just receiveu. r ii 1 j jkc r aAau lurnished et any pattern. 19 Custom work of all kind will receiva prouint attention. Cor. Main it State Sts.. Over French's' Grocery, -AJJSEB VILLE. OHIO. n-iai JOHN SCHWENINGER. 181 . IS7. MEAD & PAYNE. ABtTBACTCBBBl i MiUM IN sob. a. axb os Mam P AXKarVTLLE, OHIO, Bare constantly oa hand a rrsll atilarfsij s . sortmcntei PAHLCK AND CHAMBER RETS, TETB-A- ChaIrs, lounges, mabble; uL hog any and walnut top K?TKTION AND DINING ROOM TABLES, rt 3r.A 1 ViiAiatn, vr w VKX W1KB -MATT BESSES, losrurlon : - and durable. BOOK-CASES, - MIB-- MORS. SPRING BEDS. WHAT- -., .. N0T9, FOLDING CHAIBS, ' " ' ! We hare added te rmr termer Ware Bassuftne Bdobu No U Main stmet. whioh tissual la. oreased facilities for doing business. Give us .a nail T?n limililri fcn mmnm miaila - - D. W; MEAD. GEO. W. PATWI. 1-104-O TO BRAS! Um m lECBBSTlii M B. GEORGE BtTET, BAND-MASTEB QT the Painesville Cornet. Band, reuaactfaUy announces that ha i prepared t give - Tboroath and ESeitat ntrsradtisMk to any Organization, Bras or trlngel, the sen : quire the services of a teacher. ; L ZXnsio , Arraneed to Order for any Jramber or kind- of lnsli laa.eta, in the best possible style audaraaay te aait tbeauiU ' tie of the respeqtive pertonaen, ef whioh, insoi mation must be given ia ordering. Ravins- a varv . extensive Menertoira. na can runrish Bands on' short notice, with any Style, from the Sensational to the Classical. QnsdriUe Bands can. area all the nawaat and best Music of the day for their business Fancy Dances, with Figures, Ao Ac. - . After a long and active experience in hi scan., fectiasm, he does not hesitate to warrant Perfect Satisfaction. or money refunded. The bottof reference given . if required. Private Lessons - given on Wind '. and Stringed InUmnwats. AddVes - GEOR0K BtTBT, - P. X Boa SSI Painesville. Ohkv i I-J04- XjOUXS mXTTAO, Manafactarar and Dealer ia all kinds sif tobacco, $xvrr tit?.; CIQARS, THB BEST fX ' TO WW. PIPES of all grades, from thennest Meerchauaa - totnecneapesetay,-aiKi a tail aa. meat of all . good found ia a FIRST-CLASS TOBACCO STORE. All article sold at prices waiek off CBTiptltli. rUM-a DANTZERBROS. Hour, Feed and Prodmee Merchants. Are eoaaected with one of the LARGEST FLOUB MILLS, , Or THE WEST, tbereforc, can furnish the WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE witk the : " Also Maaefacturer ef the Sea Foam TlaTring Powder ' Dantser Broe. Painesville, O. -- New Clothing Mouse. S. SCEnr7AB, MERCHANT TAILOR A!C CLOTHIEH1 134 STJ-TSEtiZO ST.; UNDER AUSRICAN HOUSE, Cleveland, Ohio IHAVE)nt opened with a nw, iargftaaxX Cosnpiete stock of FREXCH. ENGLISH. GERMAN AKD AMERICAN. CLOTHS. CA8SI. MERES 4 VESTIXQ9, And having ta my esnploj a Competent Cutter, I am now prepared to stake aj for coatoraer gamvent which are WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT, AND AT THE VERY LOWEST RATES. READY-MADE . - I have oa band a large and select stock of aU grade which, whea examined, caanot fail to please. Good in all oases warranted as rears- Class DENTISTRY. M. L. WRIGHT, Operative and Ilechanical CHARDON, OHIO. ALL uperatioo performed la the most 1B. ' nil manner, and ta accordance with the laMst scientifiV uriaciiil. ol tha art. ArtiHoial . teeth Inserted on the Knbher Base. Child rea1,. Teeth extracted withoutchargv. Vsing nothing . nut the very nest aaality of mat rial inhe man- ufaoture of Plates and Teeth, and having bntooa. price. I feel ronadVn t in giving sasislucUOB to nr patroa in every nartloular. , ' AIX WORK WARRjUiTKIV 5 , Crtl .WBV4ata. . . .