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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. I AGRICULTURAL.
Topsey Turrey. Cape Cod Crasberky Chop. The Yarmouth Register says the cranberry crop on Cape Cod is almost a total fail- are, ine vines were last year Daaiy winter-killed, one-half of them being cut off. On the remaining vines, the fruit ha3 been attacked by the worm, which In some localities has completely destroyed it. Messrs J. K. Baker & Co, in uennisporl ana iiarwicn, report mat RELIGIOUS NEWS. Rev. J. A. Daly and Rev. T. N. Pe ters exchanged Pulpits last babbatn morning. Rev. E. E. Williams, who has been pastor of the church at Warsaw seven teen years, has accepted a call to the j Presbyterian church at Elyria.- As Episcopal Association composed of bushels, there will not probably this year be fifty gathered. In Norwich not one quarter of a crop will be harvested. In Dennis the growers do not anticipate more than a quarter of the U3ual crop. In Yarmouth, tne same tidings reacn us .EVER was better name given to a little boy than this tunny one to the hero of my story. Now I would not have you suppose that the child bore the name of 1 where they last year had one thousand I delegates from twenty counties In the "Topsey lurvey. ""j pretty one of Willie Warren. His nurse gave him the queer one of Topsey Tur key because he created such confusion in th house. The funny little fellow never seemed satisfied except when eat- i in the world. I poration bogs were attacked by the When he could creep, he kept one worms, and an enort to kill them Dy - person busy watching him to prevent 1 flooding resulted in rotung me perries. aim uvio vuvuw -i as cold weather approaches, iowis to think his mouth the receptacle for all t. have been runnhiir at lartre find the strayplns, neediw, paper m oi their supplies of insect food partially If T ' Mtr.t rf,arehe, I ' " . , I aimmp Tna.t. mnlnff '1'ha lact vrmm nus. ana crickets Decominir scarce, ana r"'J "-"-"ft- - the entomological book is being closed 1 in the Congregational Lecture room up for winter. Now, when chickens State hold sessions in Cleveland on I Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The Lake County Sabbath School Un ion held its Annual Meeting at Wil- from Hyaniis I oughby, on Monday last in the Presby- inir- so his vounsr mother kept filling his I The same accounts come mouth, till he became tne veriest giuwu ana other quarters, me Jiarsnpee cor- terian Church. The attendance was good, notwithstanding the storm. Thx Young Mens Christian Associa tion of Painesyille are holding Union Prayer and Conference Meetings in the PRACTICAL HINTS. The various recipe ushich mU hereafter he aivmn to our reader, in this departments are i presented only after tkey Have been tested and proven reliaolo. TKe information they contain WM, tnerejore, wwojw oe jouna to oe ruwwtc I and melt worthu of preservation. Jumble. Half a pound of sugar, one half pound of butter, three-fourths pound of flour, and two eggs. Lemon Pudding. Half a pound of su PTir. one-half pound of butter, one lem on grated, and the juice added ; five eggs will make two pies. Gingerbread Nuts. One pound of flour; rub into it one-fourth pound of white powdered sugar, one ounce of grated ginger, and the peel of a lemon. Bake in a slow oven. Camphor Tablet for Chapped Hands c. Melt tallow, and add a little pow dered camphor and glycerine, with a few drops or ou or aunonas to scene Poor in molds and cool. WANTED fiffih Great Industries OF THE UNITED STATES ; AX HI8TOBICAL SUMMARY OF THE ORIGIN, GROWTH AND PERFECTION OF THE CHIEF INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF THIS COUNTRY. I ,300 PAGES ASD aO tKAVl!GS Written by twenty .Eminent Authors, including John B. Gough, Leon Case, Edward Howland, Jos. B. Lyman, Rev, E, iclwin nail. Horace Ureeley, Philip Ripley, Albert Brisbane, F. B. Perkins, Etc., Etc. THIS work is a complete history of all branches of industrv, processes of manufac ture, etc-, in all ages, ft is a complete encyclo pedia of arts and manufactures, and is the "most entertaining and valuable work of information on subjects of general interest ever offered to th public It is adapted to the wants of the Merchant. Manufacturer, Mechanic, Farmer, Student and uaccht & co.'s raw advertisements. SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY Union Meat Market. I Furniture for the Million. THE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO CAI.Ii special attention to his assortment of FURNITURE of all kinds, consisting of lie deceived but for coughs, colds, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial Uirilculties, use onlv WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. Worthless imitations are on the mark et, bnt the onlv scientilte preparation of Car bolic Acid for the Lung deseases is when chem ically combined with other well kiiown reme dies,' as in these tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using any other. In all cases of irritation of the mucous men- brane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing and healing properties are astonishing, war lied, never neglect a oldl it is easi- chronic tlie cure is exceedingly difficult, use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a specific JOHN O, KELLOUti, 18 Piatt St New York, Sole Agent for United States. Price 25 cents a box. Send forCircular. 63 8w Emale, to introduce the GENUINE IMPROV ISED COMMON SENSE SEWING MA t5cn IN E. This machine will stitch, hem. fell. V-Jtnck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider iin the most superior manner. Price only $15 mmI. and even Dirked tne paper wall and ate it. Poor Km. Warren was worn almost to a shadow with anxiety ; ir arm loved the child with all a rnoth- - . - . . If. . 1 wr a lm.ol XT I er'a devotion. He was truly a Telf I are not ret folly erown, and adult fowls looking boy, with rosy cneens ana Diac t recovered from tne tedious process eyes, but his inordinate love 01 eating, of moulting is the time, If ever, when a and mischievous propensities, annoyed UtUe anirnal too, wiij pays, large divi eyery one so much, that he was not a dend on the inyestHient. Fancy and favorite, only with hw parents. valuable chickens will grow much lar- -Oidayhi8 mother missed him, and ger an(i stronger by a moderate allow . . eoing into the garden, found him seated nnce at this time of the year, of sheep's i.a mdiat.nf & flower-Dea. nis mourn " . . : . n.i ana nis lap miw nn wr tnOl with flirt. mm flowers, while verbeanas, glad iolas, various hued pansies, and delicate tearoses were strewn 1b rich confusion around him. - . At another time his mother was busy sewing, and Willie was sitting at her feet . quietly playing. Suddenly he ' looked up and said : " ' "Mamma, a needle cratches me 'way inside," at the same time pointing to his - breast. Mrs. Warren threw down her work In great alarm, saying lights and livers boiled and minced, or any other similar cheap fresh-meat bits. It is well-known that nearly all birds, when young, live principally on animal food, though Boine change their diet at maturity to herbs or seeds. Therefore partly grown chickens, turkeys, duck lings, etc., that find their accustomed supplies of insects stopped by the frost, must be artificially provided for, or they will become stunted more or less, accor ing to their age, those'.latest hatched suffering the most. We do not mean that animal xooa snouia oe provided in D. L. Moody, on behalf of the T. M. C. A. of Chicago, having telegraphed to the Boston T. M. C. A. to draw on them for five thousand dollars, Mr. L. P. Rowland, for the Boston Association, telegraphed this reply: "Cordial thanks for your sympathy and generous gift for the Lord's work in our hands. W draw on yon to-day for $1,000. We trust the emergency is not so great as to demand your. further, urgent appeal for aid." - - v - - Compound Comet ie Oil. Take oil of sweet almonds lour ounces; oil of tartar per dilkjaium, two ounces ; oil of rhodi um four drops ; mix the whole together, and use it to cleanse and soften the skin. To 'Desrrov Hals. Fill any deep smooth vessel of considerable capacity, tn within bIt inches of the too. with water, cover the surface with bran, and I iif , S VI I wm UZV vessel 1U ytanw. iuwi icuuu by these pests. In attempting to get at tne Dran, tnev wui - iau in ana oe I d rowed. Several dozen have been taken hv this simnle method at a time. Hove to keep Cider Sweet. The eider, JV1 U Oil l-Fuliv licensed and warranted for Ave years. Inventor, and sells to both old nrt vnunir of all I I lCr7C in VVkM ll wsn41( eerj ncrv. classes. The book is sold hv agents, who are TJ ' w W vW ,it mumm, male ana ie- tt ib uuvnm at cue low price 01 $4 au, ami lb mic cheapest book ever sold by subscription. No family should be without & copy. We want Agents in every town of the United States, and no Agent can fail to do well with this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our Agents the exclusive right ot territory. One of our agents sold one hundred and thirt v-three copies in eight days ; another sold three" hundred and sixty eight in two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold tunx oiuiurvu nuu umeiy -seven m uue v?c&. Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to agents address the Publishers, J. B. JBUKR A HYDE, Harttord, Conn., 89-120-4 Chicago, 111., or Cincinnati, Ohio. per day! Agents wanted ! All classes of working people, 01 eitner sex, young or oiu, man more money at work for us in their spare moments, or all the time, than at any thing else. Partic ulars free. Address G. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine. e will pay $1,U00 for any machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or a more ..1 ., . t i - caam than ntiN. Ifc mitM frhn MKla- COtic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch can be F-tcut, and still the cloth cannot be pulled s-.ii part without tearing it. We pay agents fi-om 15 to 250 Der month and expens- Ex3es, or a commission from which twice that i ' i niKum . ji. i 1 1 1 ...in ii. . a., v. .i SllL. or St. Louis. Mo. 6w6l after it comes from the press is allowed to stand until the pomace settles, it is BOOKS Therb is in Cairo, Egypt, a copy of I then put into a clean vessel over a fire, the Bible in Arabio, which is 640 years I m-nA brourht to a boil in the meantime old. It Is most beautifully written and I akimminr off the scum as it rises. It is illuminated. When the missionaries I then pat into small kegs or bottles, and were printing urn new eaiuon n tuc ju" Die at Beirut, the copnc priests oojectea AS HOLIDAY PRESENTS. Sent, Post-paid, on receipt of the marked price. to the translation of the word wife in Matt. 1 :24, maintaining that it should be betrothed, and that the missionaries In terpreted it to salt their own views. A ....1. a .. -.-- . frrt foaOTt mn-rr AAnaM.M- me, dariingr- jluuu, ? gumed. Bllt a lut,e only seems to fill a :"tinHnVt r.lr7- to expression, ne looKeu up iuw u i .g..- very pressing need of the system. Just ened race, ana repneu . . I as in winter, the feeding of a few roots "Me not swauow a pin. niu heets or turnips will allect the thrift of cattle kept on hay to a degree out of corked or sealed. By this pro cess cider may be Kept sweet lor years. Lip Salve. Take oil of almonds, three ounces ;spermacetl,one-half ounce ; virein rice one-half an ounce. 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When he was about five years of age, he met with an adventure that came near ending his life. One cold day iu December, his mother, who was very proud of him, dressed him gayly. and told him to stand at the door a few mo ments till she was ready to take him to walk. Her back was scarcely turned, , when a. girl, of about thirteen years --came un ite the step, and holding up a I of the missionaries. The State T. M. C. A. Association, held their annual meetinc In Toledo. proportion 10 ine actual nutritious prop- i Nov. 16-17. Harlan Jr. Lioyd was re- anthoHtv. whlflh eonflmud the veratoa I to OOiOr lu aveep sornnx Uii turn, auu erties of the roots, as compared with the dry fodder, so chickens will be benefit- by animal food given tn moderate quantities. Irrigation as Exhacstxess Firtili- zer. Damascus is one of the oldest, if not the very oldest city in the world. Tra dition there locates the graves of Adam, Abel, Seth, JJoab and otuer early ances- taen add a few drops of the oil of rhodi um. 3. Take oil of almonds, spermaceti. white wax and white sugar candy, equal parts. These form a good white lip salve. ident. The evening of the first day was Diachulo PUisUr-Tike of Litharge , t , Jl j ft"rr"VJ I ill line powder, ntteen troy ounces; wnicn ureportea as Ming weii anenaea i i. if -.vnvci(rht tmr and a very "pleasant oocaaton not withstanding the snow storm I The topic discussed during the sessions was "What can tne Associations aoiortne social, intellectual, and spiritual wel fare of the young men of Ohio?" The olive oil. twentv-eieht troy ounces water, a sufficient quantity. Sift the Litharge into the oil, contained in a suitable vessel, of a capacity equal to twice the bulk of the Ingredients. Then add one-fourth pint of boiling water,ana UVU UJV nUW. p.cw.. .a I DuiB, X OO BtC etC 1 75in boards;! 00 in cloth; S 50 in cloth and flit. Strauss' Waltzes, (ask for Peters' Edition.) in i voL. 4 00 each in board: 5 00 in cloth. No- Velio's Cheap Edition of Piano-Forte Classics, consisting ox Mendelssohn's complete works in 4 vols. 8vo. price 3 60 each; Folio Edition, 6 00 each; Beethoven's Sonatas, 4 00; Beethoven's Pieces, 1 00; Chopin's Waltzes, Polonaises, Noc turnes, Mazurkas, Ballads, and Preludes, price 5 00 each: Schubert's Ten Sonatas. 3 bO: Schn- bert's Piano Pieces, 4 00; Mozart's Sonatas, 3 00; Weber's Complete Piano Pieces, 4 00; Schu man's 43 pieces, S oo, etc, etc. In ordering these, be sure and ask for Novello's cheap Vocal Collections; Mother Goose, 1 oo and 3 oo; Ran degger's Sacred Songs, So; Mendelsshon's 76 Sonirs. beautifullv bound. 1 5o: Schuman's Vo cal Album, 8 oo; Moore's Irish Melodies, Folio . le T .. lo o....,,., I ClOSlnir meetlnZ On SaDDStn nliTDt IU tlie I . .Ulnn frnm tlnw bi Mm. Hnr- Stainer's Christmas Carols, new and old. il- like to -have it. Now, if there was any- marvellous oasis, the fertility of which I interest. j I that first added is consumed. - I pktxbs' musical monthly, price So cents ksnn ho rooiiir invprl. it wna a red aDnle. runs back to the earliest records of the and his papa always brought him a sup- worlds, history. Water first made this ply in his coat pocket. But the little fertility possible, aud water keeps it up glutton forgot all about how many he without any sign of deterioration. The wnniri crotmhpn hia father came to sun- water is taken from the rivers Abrana per. -This one- was- before him; his and Parpar, and, considering what ag- uioiith watered, and the little fat hands ncultural wealth and blessings. Uiey A mam cannot afford to be unfaithful under any circumstances. A man can not afford to be mean at any time. - A man cannot afford to do less than his best at all times and under all circum stances. No matter how wrongfully iron . nloAAil am1 via m ts frav kAttr n n were hastily drawn from the little nut- were ana are tne source oi, it is no wou- lugty y0"u are treated, you cannot for 1 tens, and stretched forth to grasp tne tier unit ine mnuei leper-geuerai xnaa- - ow k fford to UM MjOABt prize. , Tbs girl quickly put ner, saying : s "You cannot have it without you come round tlie corner, where I have a whole basketful for vou." . Willie thought a moment; ke knew he was not allowed to leave the step; but a it behind man was filled with doubtiug rage when I told to go and wash in Jordan for the cure of his disease, while he bad in mind the two great fertilizing and lire giving rivers of his own city. Bor tee Greeley lately expressed a doubt whether any amplv irrigated field is less fertile to- " - - - . ' . i. - . - , . - - . i wauuuv csaAVa ss m w mMsmj , hasketf ul a whole basketrul or red ap- aay man it was on tne morning oi crea- You cannot afford to do other than deal ' pies alii his own I The temptation was tiou- 1 he history of Damascus proves uprigiitiy wuh any man, no matter too great, so casting a hurried glance to beyond a doubt that it is not. Water is what eigencie, m.; exist between him ih if mamma was lookine. he eave his wealth all through the East, where the A " xr m- . mtrA k. 'hand to the girl, who quickly ran around climate, the topography of the country thl' but a t e mtLn living in his but your better self, nor to render any thing bat your better service. And cer tainly you cannot when' -you consider that it is to the Lord you are acting. You cannot afford to cheat a cheater. I You cannot afford to lie to a liar. You cannot afford to be mean to a mean man. Ouster Patties. Take of oysters suffi cient for the patties you may chance to want, strain the liquor and return it to them, mix them with very fine bread crumbs nntil they are of a proper thick ness, add a little scalded cream, and sea son the whole with pepper, salt, and cayenne pepper; Warm the whole in a sauce-pan till it oegins to simmer; wnen worth of music number containing at least 4 oo ic Bound volumes for 186a. 187o, 1871, and 18T2, price 5 oo each. Address, J. L. PETERS, 509 Broadway, New York. TO -84-5 Cleveland leader for 1873- THE LEADER publishes more Telegraphic News, better Selected Miscellany, more accurate Market Reports than any other paper in Northern Ohio, and is a thorough advocate of COld, put in the paste, and bake it In the I from all over the world, and as a family news shape of small mince pies, three Inches I paper it cannot be excelled. We have made arrangements with nearly all the Publishers of periodicals and paners to fur nish their publications on terms that will enable the corner. Once out of sight or the house, she hurried the child on, scarcely giving him time to breathe, blie slack ened her pace for a moment, and he found breath to say: "Give me my basket of apples, and let me go to mamma." The girl laughed a little mocking, laugh, saying: ' "You will have to run a great deal further to get your apples." The child stopped and stamped his feet at her, and fairly screamed out in his rage: - "You are a bad girl ; you said the ap ples were round the corner; you tell stories; I am going home to tell my mamma." - Holding his hand tightly, she gave him the apple she had, telling him to eat it, while they went after the basket. Again did his love of good make him go . quietly on. The apple kept him busy for some dis tance, but when core and stem had van ished, he began to think of the basketful which had not yet appeared, and again he stopped ; but now the girl pulled him up an alley, trying to carry mm, Know ing that his cries would not attract at tention in those miserable places that so disgrace our cities. Finding the child's screams aud struggles impeded her pro gress, she commenced to beat him, and continued it until the poor little fellow, .-between fright and fatigue, said he would go quietly. I don't believe his own mother would have known him, with his tear-stained aud weary face. Thus the poor child was dragged on till near the dusk of the evening found them two miles from the city, on a lone ly common. Then tlie girl stopped, and deliberately stripped the child of every article of clothing except his flannel shirt. When she had completely stripped him, she strove to pull herself away from the grasp or tne naii-trozen child, who cluug to "her as if she was his friend, crying: , ."Don't leave poor Willie; I . will be gbodl Please take me to mammal" She only laughed in reply, and holding the stolen clothes tight in onehand,she threw him on the ground and ran away, leav ing him alone on :the desolate common, with only the stars, that looked pitying ly out of thoir twinkling eyes, upon the forlorn boy, who made the air ring with his piercing cries. Far away from the edge of the com mon, stood a low-built house containing only one room. Round the fire sat Mrs. Donnelly and her three children. She had been working all clay, and was rest ing while the kettle was boiling for tea. She sent Mike, the oldest boy, out to briuerln some coal. In a momeut he re turned, calling: "Mother, come to the door and hear these awful screams." His mother listened a moment and said : "That is some poor child in trouble," and snatching up a candle and her shaw l the kind-wcarted woman ran in the di- - rection of the mournful cries,- which every moment grew weaker, until they ceased, as she. reached the exhausted child, who fell lifeless to the ground Taking off her shawl and wrapping him - in it, she hastened back to the house, i Seating herself by the fire, she rubbed the numb limbs of tlie poor, half-frozen Willie. When he began to revive, she . dressed liiiu in a suit of clothes, old and patched, but clean. Upon questioning him, Mrs. Donnelly found out how bad ly he had been treated. It was too late to send Mike to the city, but she resolved to send him early in the morning to the police, hoping by this means to discover the parents, and probably bring the girl to punishment. When Mrs. Warren gat Willie at the door, she expected to be back in a few moments ; but the baby commenced to cry. aud sue was detained some time When she returned and found the child gone, she thought he had gone to one of the neighbors. So trom one House to another she ran, hoping to find hini,'un- til, sick at heart, she sent tor her 1ms band, who called in the aid of the police and yet no trace could be found. The parents wandered from one place to an other, until near midnight they returned desponding to their home. About nine o'clock tlie next morning a ring was heard at the belt. Upon tlie door being opened, Alike accompanied by a police otticer, was ushered in. Im mediately upon hearing Mike's story. Mr. Warren procured a carriage, and taking tlie boy with them, both parents with joyous hearts, hastened to thei dm liu!r. Many were the kisses and tears that fell upon the hot face of poor- Willie, ns his mother took Mini in her arms trom kind Mrs. Donnelly's; and many were the thanks and largo the donation the good woman received for her kindness to Topsey, who seemed to deserve the name of "Topsey Tnrvey," more now 'than cve'iC as he had not only put the .whole neighborhood, but the whole city. in excitement. Every effort was made to discover the cirl. without effect. She had so carefully covered her tracks, that no trace could be found or ner. After Willie's recovery from the Ion. Illness caused by eriposure. he secmei entirely cured of his gluttony. He had learned a lesson he never forgot, and one which I hope my little readers will take warning by and the composition or the soil are al most exactly the counterpart of those of California. The San Joaquin Valley produced not a ton of wheat In 1871 ; it Yielded 300,000 tons in 1872. Water ,and water alone, made this difference be tween utter sterility and starvation and bursting granaries in abundance. Cali fornia without irrigation, aud Califor nia with a well-developed system for the artificial use of water, will bear the same comparison to each other that the tinv and unreliable brook does to the wide and ever-flowing river. The knowledge of these facts and a purpose to turn them to practical account is just beginning to oe awakened. Havx an Ice-Hopse. No well ap pointed farm should be destitute of its ice-house, any more than of its horse barn, or wood-hou?e. No elaborate and costly building is needed for this use: no large expense need be incurred in making the enclosure, or filling it with ice. On a pinch the farmer can do all the work himself, and need only buy the lumber, nails, and a few hinges. At any rate, without writing farther of the matter or cost, in diameter. The beards and horny part should be cut off, and the oysters cut into two or three pieces. Russian Cement. Much is said about ! cements ; but there is probably nothing so white and clear, ana certainly noth ing better than the following: Kussian istnsriass dissolved in pure son water, now water is best; for it takes twelve hours to soften it by soaking in pure soft water, and then considerable heat to dis solve it; after which it is applicable to statuary, china, glass, alabaster, etc., etc. In all cements the pieces must be secured until dry. It is easy to reason that if twelve to fifteen hours are re- A Great Offer U!. will dispose olOO PIAAr0S, MEL0D0NS,and OROAKS,otixJirtt-cltviifnaker,inHriding Wat er' , at very law prices far cash, or part cash, and balance in small monthly instalments. 2TeV)'7 ' -octave first-doss PIAK0S, modem im provements, for $275 cash. Sow ready a COIf CFRT0 PA BLOB ORGAN, the most beautiful style and perfect tone ever made. Illustrated Cat alogues mailed. 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Are vou delected, drowsy. dull, sluggish or depressed in spirits, with head ache, coated tongue and bad tasting mouth? For a certain remedy for all of these diseases. weaknessess and trouble; tor cleansing and puri fying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to al 1 the v ital forces : for building up and I the weakened constitution USB A Serial Story S DR. H0LLAXD. New Story By 8 AXE HOLM. A Low Story From BRET HARTE. BRIL LIANT ARRAY of CONTRIB UTORS. CLARENCE COOK On Furniture anil Decoration. R. II. ST0D - DARD On Authors. EITMORDDfARY INDUCEMENTS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS : 500 Pages for $1 00 1 &c, &c The Publishers of Scribner's Monthly, in their Prospectus jnst issued, promise for the en suing year a more brilliant array of contributors and an increase in the variety and beauty of its illustrations, aireauv conce.iei oy tne critics to be "liuer than any which have hitherto ap peared in any American magazine." Dr. Holland, the Editor, will write the serial story of the vear.wuicu will be autobiographical in form, and will be illustrated by Miss Uallock. It is entitled ARTHUR Bonnicastlb, and wiU deal with some of the most difficult problems of American Life. It will be commenced in the November Number. There will be a new story by saxe holm, Thx One I.eggkd dancers." Bret Haute, "the best writer of short stories now living," .will contribute a characteristic story, entitled "The Epic of Fiddletown," which will be illustrated by Sheppard. It. H. Stoddard will write a series of entertaining papers about ' Authors, their 1'erhonai. Characteristics, . Home Life, Families, Friends, Whims, and Wats." A series of "Portraits op Living American Writers," is also promised. Clarence Co )K will write about "Furniture, and the Decoration op American HOMES." These papers will be em inently practical as well as artistic, and will be illustrated with designs and sketches bv numer ous artists in addition to those which the writer himself will furnish. Among those who will contribute are : Hans Andersen, Bryant Busu nell, Egglestou, Froude, Higginson, Bishop Huntington, Bret Harte, John Hay, II. H. Mac -donald, Mitchell, Miss Phelps, Steadman, Stock ton, Stoddard, Celia Tnaxter, Warner, Wilkin son, Mrs. Whitney, besides a host of others. The editorial control and direction of the Mag azine will remain, in tne nanus ot Dr. Hoiiauu. who will continue to write "The Topics of the Times," which the N.Y. Independent says " are more widely quoted than any similar papers in any American magazine' Watson Uilder will write "The Old Cabinet;" as hitherto. Prof. John C Draper conducts the Department of Nature and Science." The Departments of "Home and Society "and " Culture and Progress," will engage the contributions of more than a score of pens on both sides of the Atlantic The Watchman and Reflector says : "Scribners Monthly for September is bet ter than usual, which indicates a needless waste of editorial brains, and Publisher's money, for the Magazine was 'good enough before 1 " And yet the Publishers promise to make it still bet ter iortne coming year The Subscription price is 94 OO a year, with special rates to Clergymen, Teachers aud Post masters. The following EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS are offered to new subscribers: For 5 50 the Publishers will send, or any Book seller or Newspaper will supply, the Magazine for one year, and the twelve numbers of Vols. III. and IV., containing the beginning of Mrs. Oliphant's Serial, " At His Gates ;" for 1 50, the Magazine for one year, and the 24 back numbers from the beginning ; for 10 50, tlie Magazine for one year, and the 4 back numbers bound (4 vols) charges on bound Tols.-paid. 'TbiB will give nearly 5000 pages of choice reading, with the fin est illustrations, for 10 50, or nearly 500 pages for a dollar ! and will enable every subscriber to ob tain the series from the first. Special Terms to Dealers, Clergymen and Teachers. 69-81 SCBIBNER & CO., KM Broadway N. Y. ALL KIXDS OF FRESTT AND SALTED MEATS for sale at the lowest prices. All meats delivered free of charge. ' C. G. DAVIS. Painesvillc, March 23. 1ST2. . 37-89-1 Siiipvt Chestnut Traw chamber sets, book oases, cane MVVVt KjII IsAVIVU V I IxCd. AND WOOD SEATED CnAlRS.TA- TH K largest stock in the world, at greatly rc .duced rates. Circulars free. Also, a full line of superior Nursery Stock. Nineteenth year; 900 acres; 11 green houses. Address, STOBRS, HARRISON & CO. 61-95-1 Paincsville, Lake county, Ohio. Prospectus for 1873. SIXTH TEAK. BLKS. LOUNGES. AC. AP. A large quantity of Elegant M ATTRASSES just received. j.-ii 1. v itc r uiLoica iuruisiieu ot any pattern. Custom work of all kinds will receive prompt attention. Cor. Main A State Sts., Over French's Grocery, I'AINESVILLE, OHIO. 17-12U JOHN SCHWENINGER. THE ALDINE; An Illustrated Monthly Journal universally in the World. A Representative and , Champion of American Taste. Sot for sale in HooJe or JVrr Store THE ALPINE, while issued with all the reir- ularity, has none of the temporary or timely in terest characteristic of ordinary periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany of pure, light, and graceful literature, and a collection of pictures, the rarest specimens of artistic skill, i black and white. Although each succeeding, b amber affords a fresh nleasure to its trieiid. the real value and beauty of THE ALDINE will be most appreciated after it has been bound up at tlie close of the year. While other publications mav claim superior cheapness as compared with rivals of a similar class, THE ALDINE 19 a unique and original conception alone and un appp reached absolutely without competition in price or character. The possessor of a com- Slcte volume cannot duplicate the Quantity of ue paper and engravings in .any other shapo or number of volumes for ten times its cost; and 1 ueu, mere are toe curmuu&t ue&iues. ,j - Art Department; Notwithstanding the increase in the price of subscription last Fall, when THE ALDIXE as sumed its present noble proportions and repre sentative character, the eUiuoa was -more than doubled during the past year; proving that the American public appreciate, and will support, a sincere wort in the cause of Art. The pub lishers, anxious to justify the ready confidence thus demonstrated, have 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 delight even the most sanguine friends of THE ALDIN E The publishers are authorized to announce designs from many of the most eminent artists of America. - . , ; f 0: k, Iu addition, THE ALDINE will re prod nee examples of the lest foreign masters, selected win a viow iaj v i uigucais ixim.io success, 'ami 1872. 1872. MEAD & PAYNE. M AKUF ACTURKR9 AND DIALERS IN OABI1TET "W-AIRIEj Noa. 51 and B3 Main Strut PAINESYILLE, OHIO, Have constantly on band a well-selected as sortment of PARLOR AND CHAMBER SETS, TETE-A-TETES, 8OFA8, SOFA CHAIRS, EASY CHAIRS, LOUNGES, MARBLE, MA- 11UUASI AMI WALJiUT TOP TABLES EXTENSION AND DINING ROOM TABLES, RUSH, CANE WOOD SKAT CHAIRS, WO VEN WIRE MATTRESSES, luxurious aud durable, BOOK-CASES, MIR- ttUKS. SI'Kl.NU lir.DS, WHAT- ic. " Unquestionably the best sustained work of tne kind in the World." HARPER'S MAGAZINE. greatest general interest; avoiding such as have become familiar, through photographs or copies of any kind. The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873, will re produce four of John S. Davis' inimitable child sketches, appropriate to the tour seasous. These plates, appearing in the , issues for January, April, Julv, anil October, Would alone be worth the price of a year's subscription. - The popular feature of a copiously illustrated 'Christinas" number will be continned. Premium Cliromos for 1873 Every subscriber to THE ALDINE, who "pays in advance for the vear 18J3. will receive, with out additional charge, a pair of beautiful oil ciiroinos, alter . j. mil, tne eminent liDRlisn painter. The pictures, entitled "The Village Belle,", and "Crossing the Moor," are 14xS0 incues are printed irom as diilereut plates, re- We have added to our former Ware Rooms the rooms No 61 Main street, which gives us in creased facilities for doing business. Give us a can. ao irouuie to snow gooos. D. W. MEAD. GEO. W. PAYNE. 1-104-5 TO BRASS BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. MR. GEORGE BURT, BAND-MASTER OP the Painesville Cornet Band, respectfully announces that he is prepared to give I quiring 25 impressions and tints to perfect each picture, i ne same enromos are sola lor i-su per Notices of the Press. The ever-increasing circulation of this excel lent monthly proves its continned adaption to popular desires and needs. Indeed, when we think into how many homes it penetrates every month, we must consider it as one of the educa tors as well cuici muicn m uic jjuuuu iiiuiu, I for its vast popularity has been won by no ap- Th.8 IiiteraXV Department peal to stupid prejudices or depraved tastes. 1 :n t: , y7!,. ..... r. HjurfM ZlnhM . I " " 1 " " 1-' " " 11 11' I! I i n., uuevi inn AlnAIlU pair, in the art stores. As it is the determination of its conductors to keep THE ALDINE out of tne reacn oi competition in every department, the chromos will leftnnd6orreep6mlinff4y ahead oi any mat- can ue ouorea oy otner periodicals. restoring us to club them with the Leader to subscribers who wish to take more than one paper. TERMS: Wiiilv Leader lor One Y ear, ... S5 for Six Months, la Particular attention is c.illed tothe features we have adopted of clubbing with a sound, first- class New Xork weekly BepuUUcan paper, The wl)ih ,s Drononnced bv theleadine medical an- ivmes, to take tne place oi tne no w .Vum?crac- thorities ol London and Paris the most power- , JJ 11 U B Eli A quired to soften this isinglass that no I , -r-. -m-t fduh-washtagwuieverffwtu. Cleveland Evening News Iwuutiiis an tne niaircr ot tne u Leader, and all additional fi li n n ha I other news received during the day. uuuB raiurcuvs ... ' . 1 Cheapest liailu Paper in I lie Wist. TFRMS most Simple auU Harmless snouiu Be 1 m oo per Annum; 3 oo for Six Months:! 5o for avoided. Kousre and Dowuers. autiouKQ I rnree vontns. higher nature, and acting from the no blest considerations. OiiiifevPParkeT has closed his labors at Delta and is now holding a se ries of meetings at Plymouth. Bev ST. T. Fay, pastor at Prairie Depot,is afflicted by tlie loss of his wife, Roxano D., who died at Montgomery, Nor. 3d, in the forty-sixth year of her age. A fath ful helper to her lfusband, and an ear nest laborer in various -departments of Christian work, her loss falls heavily upon the church and community as well as upon many friends to whom she was greatly endeared. The church atUni- vereity Heights, Cleveland, nas given a unanimous call to Kev. Wm. II. War ren, of St. Louis, Mo. The fall term rarely passes at Oberltn without special religious interest and numerous conver sions among the, students. This fall there have been spec! it meetings each wee., anu ii oeueveu aoou uo ,uu- - a .& WMlie- lotIOI, eU. '"n.JT Sre entirely innocent, and in many in- resulted in many conversions . among the children there. The students and residents at Oberlin have sustained ftf- ixed and traitorous Tribune. Attention is also called to our clubbing, with the Burol A 640 Yorker, the best Agricultural paper in America. Cleveland Daily Leader Publishes more Telegraphic News than any other Cleveland paper. Price per Vear, $lo oo: for Six Months, 5 oo: for three Months, 3 5o; for One Month, 1 oo. they may not be detected, cannot fail to injure the skin, whatever may be said to the contrary. The articles below are , the best of the kind, and most of them are the most harmless that can De made. .These articles sell rapidly and at a hand some Drofit. Tbev should be put up in a tasty -and attractive style. Of course we only refer to the rogues, powders, and powerful cosmetics, as being uan- I stances beneficial. THE CLEVELAND TRMVEEKLY LEADER! Pnblished Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TERMS: Per Year, to oo; Six Months, 8 5o; Three Months, 1 35. The Cleveland Leader Have a lar: rnl tonicand alterative known bv the medical world." This is no new and untried discovery, but has beeu long used by tlie regular physicians of other countries with wonderful remedial re sults. ... - . i- Don't weaken ana impair the diges tive organs by cathartics and physics, they give onlv teimiorai-v relief Indigestion, flatulency anU Uyspephia Willi Miles ami wuuiw uwawra are sure to follow their use. Keep the blood pure and health is assured. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18Platt St., New York Sole Agent for the United States. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular. 8ow.90 AGENTS WANTED KOB THE LIGHT IN THE EAST The most comprehensive and valuable religious work ever nnblishetl : also.tbrour new illustrated Family Bible, containing nearly 5oo fine script ure illustrations, aud lr. Smith's complete Dic tionary oi tne Bioje.enu ior prospectus, auucir cular,andwe will show you what agents say of tliU-tlin ioit and trhpuitest Familv Bible, and how hiiii EvMiin I fa9t thev Rre selling it. Address NATIONAL Daily Moenino telegraphic and 3 day. It is the f, . . . I icaiu i, it i eai io say mac any raAH aiM,jAM an,MiB .i,,,.!,. ,limm.. TTrrnrr i -rm. ttitti mT.nn farmer, eyen if he' W..g 'UU ui ins luacb nic uiuu w unv. i;nu vuiu pass the cost of an ice-house. He had better sell his best cow tbau.do without the ice, for by the aid of the latter the profits of his" dairy will be largely in creased in hot weather. In the house the uses of ice are so various, that once introduced, it becomes a necessity. Some hints regarding construction, though old, may be of use to those wishing to build. First, good drainage must be se cured without giving the air access to the ice through the drain. If the soil is porous,or gravelly, no artificial drainage is required. It is not essential that the Ice be stored underground, as it keeps quite as well above the surface. Double wans are not necessary, but in small houses are perhaps safest. The ice should be compactly packed and en closed with packed sawdust, or tan bark, mi all afrlaa anil nn tViA rsn tn t.ho clonth - tkio nr.,kin I of his labor, he has Dreached three hun is tne great preservative ot trie ice. I area ana ten sermons j awenaeu tniny Ventilation must be given from the top of the ice. With, these principles in view It is easy for a novice to build an ice-house. It is well to bear in mind that the larger the body of ice stored the Detter it win Keep; no farm Ice house should be less than twelve feet square on the inside, and eight feet high. As it is considerable work to nam ice from a distance, it is wise to procure it on or near the farm, by throwing a dam across a brook, or leading the water ot a spring into a basin. A few square rods ice win sumce to nil an ordinary house, and the depth of water need not be more than three l'ect. age attendance of 42S In all, and at, a to-1 tal expense for books, carriage hire, Ac, or only iu. Rev. J. W. Ingram of the Disciple Church, of this place, is, as all know who are acquainted with him as a gen tleman or the leader of his flock an agreeable friend and kind, energetic pastor ; one who combines with the true grace of a preacher of the Gospel the scholarly culture that is needed to prop erly expound that Gospel. Hr.Ingrara is now laboring on bit third engagement m1 a. n J T ,iric with the church in this place. Appro-1 AUTUttL UUU JUllS. pos of his many good works in and about this parish we present the fol lowing data! ' During the last two years TAR CORDIAX, Nature's Great Remedy FOR THIS srer ci Cleveland Dailies Agents wishing to cct up Clubs will please send for sample copies of tne Weekly Leader. All subscriptions can be send by Draft or Money Orders to the 1.EADEB PRINTING CO., T2-T7 Cleveland, Ohio. 4GIIROMOS "CARLO IN MISCHIEF." ''GOOD MORNING," "SPRING FLOWERS," and "SUMMER FLOWERS," with the ECLECTIC WEEKLY and WEEKLY CHRISTIAN AT WORK (consolidated), for &3 50 a nese enromos are aoout tne size oi - vv me Awake and Fast Asleep," Subscribers fur nished at onc with their chromos. AVENTS can make better terras with us than with any other publishers. Address, 11. VV . AUAUS, 70-88-g gt Beekman St., N. . The character which this Maoasin possesses for variety, enterprise, artistic wealth, and lit erary culture that has kept pace with, if it has not led the times, should cause its conductors to regard it with justifiable complacency. It also entitles them to a great claim upon the public gratitude. The Magazine has done good and not evil all the days of its life. Brooklyn Eagle. SUBSCRIPTIONS. 1873. TERMS: Harper's Magazine, one year f4 oo T An Extra Copy of either trie Magazine, Week ly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every Club of Five Subscribers at 94 oo each, in one re mittance ; or. Six Copies for $2o oo, without ex tra copy. Subscriptions to Harper's Magazine, Weekly, and Bazar, to one address tor one year, lo oo ; or, two of Harper's Periodicals, to one address for one year, si oo. Buck Numbers can be supplied at any time. A Complete Set of Harper's Magazine, now comprising 45 Volumes, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by express, freight at expense of purchaser, for $2 25 per vol ume. Single volumes, by mail, postpaid, 43 oo. Cloth cases, for binding, 58 cents, by mail post paid. The postage op Harper's Magazhio is 94 ceots a year, which must tie paid at the sub scriber's post-office. Address, 7o-TI . HARPER & BROTHERS, New Yotk. DEMORESTS MONTHLY A Magnificent Prize surpassing nil previous Gael's. Each subscriber to DemoieMs Monthly Hagnzine, at Three Dollars a year, will be ufesenteu with a uremium of Two Eletrant Chromos, companion pictures of the two most 1 desirable and uouular subjects iu America The I Falls of Niagara aud. Xosemite Falls. Size of pictures, lo by 12 inches. These elegant Chromos, copied from beautiful pictures painted from nature by one of the first artists in Amer ica, give the most popular views of those inter esting and sublime objects, aud are faithful re productions of the originals. The Grand Old Niagara, with its immense body of water falling one hundred and sixty feet, sending up dense is ted bv the best writ ers and poets of the dav. who will strive to have HENRY STODDARD, ers ami noets of the dai the literature of THE ALDIXE always in keep- Terms. $5 per annum, in advance, with Oil Chromo free. THE AL.DINE will, hereafter.be obtainable only by subscription. There will be no educed or club rate; cash for subscription must be sent to the publishers direct, or handed to the local agent, without responsibility to the publishers, except iu cases where the certificate is given, bearing the fue-siinile signature of James Sut ton Co. . ".-' J Agents Wanted. Any person, wishing to act permanently as a local agent, will receive full and prompt infor mation by applying to JAS. SUTTON & CO., Publisher, 69 Maiitrii Lane, tf York. Thorough and Efficient Instruction to any Organization, Brass or Stringed, that re quire the services of a teacher. j Music Arranged to Order for any number or kind of instruments. In the best possible style and always to suit the abili ties of the respective performers, of which infor mation must be given in ordering. Having a very extensive Kcpertoire, he can furnish Bauds on short notice, with any style, from the Sensational to the Classical. . r .. ..: Ousdrille Bands can ret all the newest and best Music of the day fur their business Fancy uances, wnn f igures, &, Ac After a long and active experience in his pro fession, he does not hesitate to warrant EUREKA. VINEGAR -BITTERS. PURELY VEu-ETABLEJP.EE I'M ALCOHOL DR. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA.. VINEGAR BITTERS. Vinegar Bitter are not a vile Fancy think, made of Poor Rum, Whisky, Proof Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, apiced, and sweetened to please the tante, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," " Restorers," 4c, that lead the tippler on to drunk enness and rain, but are a true Medicine, made rrom the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great liCUUGi auu fit cuius ncw ruBuslUNG CO.Chicaao.Ill.;Cinclnnati.Ohio, ,"e 5un5LSL" "JL iL.l ,TL.:i," '5 Slood Parmer and a Life-giving Principle, a Perfect rcuiationtnan an otner cngnsn i n s. t nn:s 73-4W I w """vj " - Renovator anu invigoraior oi me system, carrying is combined. ojuijio. . ty tlie vivid colors of the. rainbow, is so clearly off aU poisonous matter and restoring the blood oepicteu inai,, id iniagiuaiion, you near us mighty roar. The Yoseiuite, with its loftv moun tains towering to tne silvery ciouus, ana its stu pendous falls of sixteen hundred feet, imprcs- Perfect Satisfaction. or money refunded. Thebestof references given if required. Private Lessons given on Wind and Stringed Instruments. Address 1-104-5 GEORGE BTJHT, P. O. Box 887. Painesville. Ohio. 1 3 A KARL 3 lAUtNIS Lh a --Ji fi Brrv a TmTvTs Hmallcamtau -eauired. tiendl l or circular tol B.0.B2B3KAKI .n ii K riv OS Double Map Bfj ohioIu.bJ I I.I 1 L. . j u 11, NOW HBA1T. 5 Barclay sL9 T H Ow HITrtTTT'TJ Easily made with our stencil and iflUiM j X tev-cheek outfit. Circulars free Stafford M'f g Co.6B Fulton St. N.Y. 78-4 w m k V9ff i flVVIMSgoo per nioiitu to sell VI Ail ibU AaUil imtheX3lPXOVMD A.MEB.I CA.N FAMIL Y H SITTIXU MACHINE. The simplest A best in the world.Address Ameri can Knitting Machine Co. 315,'i Washington St. Boston, Mass. ; 73-4w BABBITT METAL Dealers and Consumers send for prices to tbe Manufacturers. VAN DUZES & TIFT,loaE.8dSt. Cincinuati.'ia-4 The union Cornet Band Agents! A Rare Chance Would respectfully announce that they are pre pared to furnish Music for all of the require ments of the present campaign, ON SHORT nished and expenses auiiu aaii AiitscttALi ifios, or lor occa sions upon which the services of a Band are re- quireu. An Efficient String Band, also in connection with the Cornet Band, are prepared to furnish Music for Balls, Pic-Kics, I Suppers, etc Address, uauniijv mjiti, jeaaer, P. O. Box 887. ; Pbepare for Winter. "In time of pence prepare for war," an old anil- wise 11:1x1111. it is otten too late to prepare for a conflict when the emergency has actually arisen. And so in all matters pertaining to the farm, time must be taken by tlie forelock and preparation made for the future, or he who neglects to do it will find himself among tlie un fortunate. Farming, from the begin ning to the end of tlie year, calls for forecasting as much as for hard work. The mechanic may put off his work to another week, anu sutler no loss; but in tanning everything must, be done at the right time, or the opportunity is lost for the year; and many things must be done before the time of need actually comes. or they cannot be done at all. This is especially true of work to be done in an ticipation ot winter, miring the month of .November, even to the last of the month, we usually have a great amount of pleasant weather; our second sum mer, the Indian summer, with its bland, smoky atmosphere, induces a dreamy carelessness in regard to the future; but these are the very days which l'rovi dence has set apart in our climate for preparing to meet the stern realities" of winter, and they ought to be diligently improved in getting things to rights and in proper condition for the frosts and snow. Just as the seamen, in anticipa tion of the coming storm, or when going into a turuuicnt sea, cans an nanus to put the ship in trim to meet the rough weather, so the farmer should at once look around him and see what remains to be done before winter fairly sets in. If any crops are still out, they should be housed or taken care of at once. Suita able provision should be made for taking stock to a shelter at the very first appear ance 01 a com storm, uattle anu sheep and other stock, should not be left ex posed to the hrstand most trying blasts of winter weather, . which often come suddenly. The first cold storm may pinch them up for a whole season. The farmer's own home may need looking after. Now is the time to make the needed repairs. A little attention to the siiutung out 01 winter will be more effectual, or at least much more easily accomplished now than when the winter storms are beating. There are manv things round about the house and barns that should De attended to at once. Pre' pare for winter, should be the watch word on every farm, until the proprietor can sit ciown ac nis nresiue at evenln and feel that evervthins is readv. an let the stormy winds blow to their heart's content, without having his thoughts disturbed. six funerals, and twenty-seven mar riages. About one hundred and twenty five persons have been added to the Church a this place during tbe time, and seventy-five at other points under his labors. He is now delivering a se ries of Sunday evening sermons for the benefit of tbe Young People. These lectures have been, largely attended, and he is assured by several young men,out side the church.that they are doing good. It was not Mr. Ingram's purpose to pelt the young people with dry, theological bones, but to call up before - them , the living issues of to-day, and talk to them in a friendly way of the every-day ex periences of life. - The ninth lecture of the series will be delivered next Sunday evening on the subject of "Marriage and Divorce." It will be the pastor's aim to impress his hearers with tbe dig nity of tbe marriage tie, and the evils arising from alliances formed outside of Scripture authority. . Christian Institute. The following is the programme adopted for the Chris tian Institute to be hf Id by Bev. C. N. rond of Oberlin, at the Lecture Room of tlie- Congregational Church on the afternoon and evenings of Dec. 9th ,10th, and 11th. PROGRAMMB. ris gratifying tons to bnform the pnblic that Dr. L. Q.C. Vishart's Pine Tree Tar Cor dial, for Throat and Lang Diseases, has gained an enviable reputation from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, and from thence to some of the lint families in Europe, not through the press alone, but by persons throughout tbe States ac tually benefitted and cured at his office. While he publishes less, so say oar reporters, he is unable to supply the demand. It gains and holds a reputation First. Not by stopping eongh, bnt by loosen ing and assisting nature to throw off the un healthy matter collected about the throat and bronchial tubes, toAtcA causes irritation. Second. It removes the cause of irritation (which produces cough) of the mucous membraue and broncaial tubes, assists the Inugs to act and throw oft the unhealthy secretions, and purines the blood. Third. It is free from squills, lobelia. Ipecac Office Parmlev's New Block. Painesville Ohio. State street GS-TS-s and opium, of which most throat and lung rente aies are composed, waion auay Congo only, auu disorganize the stomach. It has a soothing ef fect on the stomach, acts on the liver and aid- regions, thus MUSICAL ! Itead the Following Testimonial, Which is but on Taken, front Most 1 ' I'AIN'ISVILLI. Aug. 93. '72. Ms. J. J. Pratt: During the past four days I have been asked several times my opinion of the Hazelton Bros. Pianos. During the past fifteen years I have mostly spent my time tuning and repairing pianos, and have tuned many old and new Hazelton Pianos. The tones are fine and clear, yet brilliant, the action good; they stay in tune admirably, and, taking all things into account, I think there are no better pianos made than the Hazelton Bros.' Tours Truly, 1-104-3 G. C HOLT. sing with its awful grandeur, and filling the mind with delight and wonder. ThesetwoChro- raos are the best pictures ever published for Ten Dollars, ana win he sent, mounted ana var nished, bymail to each yearly Three Dollar sub scriber to our monthly magazine. Reader, just think, TWO beautiful Chrotttos of K'ujuara and Yosemite ! These pictures are veritable gems, and worthy of being enshrined in an honored place in our homes. They will be presented to yearly subscribers on receipt of Three Dollars. and Eight cents for postage, with vour full name and address. Every home in America should possess these Invaluable illustrations of art aud beauty and no person of taste and enterprise can afford to be without the model magazine, which lias been f reatly enlarged and now contains the essen ials of all others, including the Useful, the En terprising and the Beautiful, with Original Stories, Poems and Popular Music by the best authors, the only Reliable Fashions (including full size patterns ), Home matters in all their details, Gardening, Architecture, and all the ntilities, beauties and novelties of Literature calculated to make our homes useful, attractive and happy profusely illustrated, and a splendid volume for binding for the center-table at the end of the year. Single copies ia cents. Splen did inducements for agents and premiums for clubs. Address, W. JESSISGS DEMOREST, Ity-Tl sag Broadway, Kew York. I' A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure and In struction." HARPERST BAZAR. ''' Notices of the Press. ' ' ' Thef&Mor is edited with a contribution of tact and talent that we seldom find in any journal ; and the journal itself is the organ ot the great world of fashion. Boston Traveller. the Illustrated llorn of Plenty. It contains over f - :UVLr.f,m to all who may write.Addres,I.Garside,Paterson P"y pictures, to tbe young ladies by its fash- 73-4 W I lou-piaLes iu 3iiuirs variety, w me uruviutttib matron uy its pauerns lur rue cumireB s domes, We will pay all Agents 4o per week in cash, Da A CO. Charlotte, Mich. who will engage with us at once.Everything fur- aiu.Aaarcss a. cut. iji r.lt 78-4W ''TSYCHOrilAlVCY,oiSOlTIJCH.JM. X I.0. "How either sex may fascinate and gain the love&afiections of any person they chose instantly.This simolemental acquirement all can possess,free,by mail.or Xoc, together with a mar is, Hints to ueer book. Phila.78-4w Look! Free To All! Al-rAPERWEEKto Agents. Male or Female. $0W To all who will write for an Agency we win sena aoopyoi tnavwonaer-or wonaers,' to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and Invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of aamintstratton, prompt In their action, certain tn their results, sale and reliable in all forma ot disease. Ko Person can talce these Bitters accord ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided taeir oones are not uusiroyeu uy uiinerni poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. . Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Innamuiatiou of the Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it baa no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Female Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de cided an influence that a marked improvement Is soon perceptible. t For Inflammatory and Chronle IVhe u mallsm and Gout. Drsnensia or lndiirastinn- Kil- ious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitten have been most successiul. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced bv derangement of the Digestive Organs. They are a Gentle Pnrgative as well as n 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 Bilious Diseases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Balt Rlieum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scnrfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug np and carried out of the system in a short time by the use or these Bitters. One bottle in such cases will convince the LOUIS FREITAG, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of TOBACCO, SNUFF, ?c. CIGARS, THE BEST IN TOWN. PIPES of all grades from the finest Meerehanra to the cheapest Clay, and a lull assort ment of all goods found in a FIRST-CI-ASS TOBACCO STORE. All articles sold at prices which Bcfy Competition. . 1. . 1-104-8 DANTZER BROS.V Flour, Feed and Produce Merchants, Are connected with one ef the LARGEST FLOUR MILLS OF THE WEST, -therefore, can furnish the WHOLESALE and) RETAIL TRADE with the BEST FLOUR IX TRE MARKET. Also Manufacturers of the Sea Foam Hairing Powder. Dantzer Bros. Painesville, O. 45-97-3 annast IniMiarltilina nf f liuls annarlira AfTjcwsta Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon J WCW ClOtllillO HOllSC find Its impurities bursting through the skin in I vtwutntj -a-s-v rcmpiea, eruptions, or bores : cleanse it wnen you N, J. THE best selling book in the market is Tbe Struggles of PetroleiiTJi V. IT&s'by.. It Is illustrated by THOMAS NAST, the great est of American Artists, and contains an intro duction by Hon. Charles Summer. Agents wanted for this and other popular books . Ad dress, 1. F. Richardson A Co., Boston, Mass. and St. Louis, Mo., .78-4w ........ ....I 1 ...... K .... .. u .1 .... iorlt.Pp Se your Green backs a reputation which it must hold above all others I in the market. BUT THE QUESTION IS "How will tve do it ?" I WILL TELL YOU I BUY YOUR Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, AND 1TOTIONS at the Popular New York Store ! Where you can And the largest and most com- tilde biam sv ui kiwu; in nviuicm wmu ts uate UOTIOB Tie Pine Tree Tar Coriial, Great American Dyspepsia Pills, Agents wanted at once lor the ouly complete and reliable, wonderous discoveries, abd tni-il-ling adventures of in one volume, with the History and results of the STANLEY EXPEDITION. 600 pases. only $2 5o. Just the book the Masses waut.One lady sold twenty the first day. Act quickly. There is a rush for it. Address J. W. Goodspeed, r ublisher, . Chicago, Cincinnati, or St. Louis, T3 4w O AliESTS want absolutely the best soiling books? Send for circulars of Vent's Una bridged Illus. Family Bible. Overlloo pages lo by IS in. 200 pages Bible Aids, &c Arabesque 6 25 Gilt Edge,! clasp, 8 25 Full Gilt, clasps, ll.oo."Belden;the White Chief," for wintereve nings 36th looo ready The American Farmer's Horse Book : The Standard. 46th looo ready. Epi zootic Treatments, ic C. F. Vent, N. Y. A Cin cinnati. Vent A Goodrich, Chicago. T8-4w DUTY OFF TEAS. THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY have business connected witn ail tne 1 AND First Day Monday, Dee. 9th !, P. M. Devotions. - ! -, ' : ',:&) P.M. Scripture Doctrine of the Ho ly Spirit, Kev. C. M. Pond, Oberlin. Jioeninu. 7, P. M. Devotions. 7:15 P. M. How can we secure the con. stant presence of the Holy Spirit f Kev.J. S. Youniuns. 8:15 P. M Family Worship. Bev. T. P. Peters. SECOND DAY. Tuesday Dee. 10th. 2, P. M. Devotions. - - 4 ' ' ' 2:15 P. M. Tbe True Education. Bev. W. Potter, Hambden. - - 3:13 P. M. The Study of the Scriptures. Bev. J. AV. Ingram. Evening. 7, P. M. Devotions. 7:15 P.M. How can Churches best aid their Pastor, Bev. Jas. A. Daly. 8:15 P. M. The Model Church. Bev. J. II. Laird, Madison. THIRD DAY. Wednesday Dec. Uth. 2, V. M. Devotions. 2:15 P. M. Church Finances, L. A. Por- ter. 8:15 P. M. Miscellaneous Questions and Bevlews. Evening. . , W .W 7, P. M. Devotions. ' ' ' 41 6:15 P, M. Responsibility of tbe People in providing an adequate Ministry. Bev. C. E. Page, Thomson. ' 8:15 The Model Prayer Meeting. T. S. Baldwin. These meetings will be open for gen eral participation. Tlie leaders will open discussion lu brief addresses of IB or 20 minutes. The Importance of the topics and freedom in discussion of them cannot fail to make the meetings inter esting and profitable. Worm Sugar Drops Being nnder my immediate direction, they shall not lose their curative qualities by the use of cheap and impure articles. HENRY R. WISHART, PROPRIETOR. nm-ts. 01 cnina auu jauan. auu lmuort uieir xeas I direct from places of growth, thus saving the consumer from 5 to 8 proms. Jt is now auout 12 years sii ce the Company first organized aud it has been a splendid success from the very first. This was due to tne iact mac we 1 mix) ilea ana more goods than any three houses in Painesville I sold only fe ggjjf gnjj 1'ufCSt COOliS, and distributed them to our customers tn ail narts of the United States, lor one small prout onlv.betweeu the Tea-growers and tbe Tea-con- sumer. We originated the system ot supplying consumers in distant parts or the cuiiutvy with to vaterfamillas uv its tasteful designs for em broidered slippers and luxurious dressing gowns. But the reading-matter of theifcwar is uniform ly of great excellence. The paper has acquired a wide popularity for the fireside enjoyment it anoras. jx. z. evening j-osi. suBscttirrrioivs. i8T3. terms : Harper's Bazar, one year 14 00 An extra Copy of either the Magazine, Week ly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every Club of Five Subscribers at $4 00 each, in one remittance ; or Six Copies for $2o 00, without extra copy. Subscriptions to Harper's Maga zine, Weekly, and Bazar, to one address for one year. $lo 00 ; or, two of Harper's Periodicals, to one address for one year, $7 00. Bark Numbers can be supplied at anv time. The fire volumes of H arper's Bazar, for the years IS83, '89, "!U, '71, '72, elegantly bound in green morocco cloth, will be sent express, freight prepaid, for $7 00 each. The postage on llarper's Bazar is So cents a vear, aud must be paid at the subscriber's post office. Address, HABPKK A BROTHERS, 70-TT New York. " A Complete Pictorial History olthe Times." "The Bestj Cheapest, aud most Successful Family Paper in the Union." . m.. HARPER'S WEEKLY. SPLENDJDLT ILLUSTRATED. Notices of the Press, -The Weeklu is the ablest and most powerful il lustrated periodical published in this couutry. Its editorials are scholarly and convincing, and carry much weight. Its illustrations of current events are full and fresh, and are prepared by our best designers. With a circulation of 15o,ooo, all we ask is to come and see for yourselves. Skirts at 1 50 sold elsewere the Weekly is read by at least half a million per- 1 its innuuuee us nu itrirn simply tremendous. The irl-j sons, and i Fine Felt for 2 25. Shaker Woolen Blankets at 4 00 srld elsewhere for 5 50. Teas, at New-York Cargo prices, on the Club piau Aud since we adopted this plun we have saved the people of this country millions of Pino IroI.inl!nlsifi 10 snlil elap 1 saved tne people 01 tins coiiniry millions or Une, .Large Ijap ItODes .IC 4 M sold else- . dollars annually, in the cost of this article of nrlioni 7f ft 111) ' I . where for 6 00. Horse Blankets at 2 25 sold elsewhere for 2 75. Best Irish Poplins at 1 25 sold elsewhere for 2 75. FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart's Office Parlors are open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from B a. m. to 5 p. m., for consultation by Dr. Wm. T. Mages. With him are associated two consulting pbvslclans of acknowledged ability. This op portunity is not offered by any other institu tion in the city. All ' letters samst ba addressed t L. Q. C. WISHART, M. B., No. 232 IT. SECOND ST., PHILADELPHIA. Sateens "Do Eugene" from 60cts to 1 00 Poncees " 00 " 1 00 Empress, all colors, " 05 " 85 Merinos, Desc, all colors, " o " l uu Imperial Tycoon Reps " 25 " 30 Large assortment of Plaids, very low. Furs ! Furs ! Furs ! The largest assortment in the city at all prices OTTER, MINK, ALASKA, ana BEAVER SETS. Three Cases of shawlsjust. received consisting of Fine Paisley, Bengal Stripes, Reversible, Ottamons, Bay States, Heavy, Long Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, etc., etc., to be sold at cost. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! A large and complete stock of ladies aud chil dreus Shoes at very low prices. Largest assortment of Nubias, Scarf a Jb Children' Hoods in the city, at very low figures. Be sure aud call at the Now York Store before purchasing elsewhere. r KnRf 1ch 71 Jfain St. Painesville. O. 19-71-81 evm-v iluv necessity. Send for Club Circular, which contains full dl rcc.tious, premiums, &c. The Great American Tea Co. 31 and 3.1 YE EST! Y ST., P. O. Box Btli-I. 1.H w JVew Porfc CIcy. tOETrtn st publishing illustrated vol tbwOU Vume,l,p the lleiirlits of Fame & tj'ortutie."Thu buyer gets it for 9 75 Kight chui'tning biographies of Inventors give the only history of inveiitlonjtduvelopnientof Steain-ves-sels. Locomotives, ltailroads, A Telegraphing. Only life of prof. Moi-seACo-iuveutoi-.tfotlier lives show success from poverty obscurity ,as Farm ers. Mechanics, Uankers,etc.Oiily lifoof reabody. Agents Wanted everywhere. First report showed agent's profit 4o oo lor five days. Send for terms Wm.II. Jiooi-o A Co. Fublishcrs.Cincinnati. 7-4w influence ns an organ of opinion is endous. The Weeklu maintains a positive position, and expresses decided views on political and social problems Louisville vourter-eumai. SUWDtRIPTIONs. - 18T3 - TERHI$ r Harper's Weekly, one year 4 oo An extra Copy of either the Magazine, Week ly, or Bazar wiil be supplied gratis for every Club of Five subscrlliei-s at 4 oo each, in one remittance ; or. Six Copies for 3o oo, without extra copy. Subscriptions to Harper's Maga zine, Weekly, and Bazar, to one address for oue vear. slo oo : or. two of Ilaruers Periodicals, to one auiiress ior one year, ou. ran be supplied at any time. nines of Harper's weekly. will be sent by express, tree or expense, for fi oo Back Numbers The Annual Vol- in neat cloth binding, each. A complete Set, comprising bixteen Vol- umet, sent on receipt of cash at the rate ot $5 z5 per vol., freight at expense of purchaser. postage on narper-s weeaiv is so cents AFEN THKHEWKits ! 1 W here the Kiiliieys,LiV" U er and Bowels do not Ri't he ilthfully, tlie wastes from the action of the system remains in the blood, and produce irritation and disease. These organs are the outlets of the system aud uuderthe influence of Uniniltou's Buriin aud Dandelion, are kept In good running order. W. I'. HAMILTON & HI. Ciuciiiimti, 7.-4 CTi-r TTBG' Wo have Jnst Issued 911Vd.Ui3i3 Strauss' Waltzes iu Two Volmnns, price 1 each in boards, 5 each iu cloth. The Two vo'.uiuns contain over Forty Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least J iu sheet &FAVORITE '"H'e-r dealers, be particular to ask for Pktighs Edi tion op Strauss' , Waltzes, as It Is the only correct and complete edition. Adderss, J. L PKTKItS, Music W ATr Z. TfSl Publisher, No.Mill Hillil M2j Oo Broadway, Ni. Y. C.I-81-? The vear. which must bo paid at the subscriber's post- of Bce. Address, HAUl'ER BKOTHEUS, To-77 j New York. Manhood : How Lost, How . Restored, UST published, a new edition of Dr. CI'l. VKKWELL'S t'KLEBKATKU KSSAY on the radical cure (without medicine) of spekm a TOHKHUiA, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Mitency, iMentai auu I'liysieui Seminal losses. Initio also. Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self indulgence or sexual extravagance. Price, in aealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated antbor. In this admirable essav, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years.' sue cessful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of iuternal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing nut a mode of cure at once simple, certain anil effectual, bv menus of which every sufferer, i.o matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply. JU-'iiiis Lett ft re should bo in the bauds of every vouth and every man in the laud. 8I3? Sent, under seal, in a Plain envelope, to any address, postpaid on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwoll's "Marriage tjuide," prlee Fltv Cents, tlaf Address the Publishers, CHARLES J. C. KLINE A CO., 1 1ST Bowerv, New York, 89-10 PostoUlce Bux, 4,uMU. find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse U n lien It is foni ; your feelings win ten yon wnen. Ke- p the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Orateful Thousands proclaim Tineoax BIT TERS the most wonderful lnvigoraut that ever sus tained tbe sinking system. Fin, Tape, aud other Worms, lurking In the system or so many thousands, are enectually destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist : There is scarcely an Individual on the face of the earth whose body Is exempt from the presence of worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of the body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters or disease. No system ot medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmlnitlcs, will tree tne system irom worms use wese sitters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type setters. Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance In life, are subject to paralysis or the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of W iuul Tin VOAK Bitters twice a week. Bilious, Remittent, and Intermittent Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many others, with Uieir Tast tributaries, throughout our c U ill a wuuuj uuiiug iiiv ouuiiua biiu auiuhiu, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by exten sive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these various organs, ia essentially necessary. There is no cathartic for the pnrpose equal to Dr. J. Walk er's Vikeuah Bittkus, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels arc loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions ot the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions ot the digestive organs. Scrofula, or Kinsrs Evil, While Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, ludolent Inflammations, Mercurial ADeotlons, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, eta, etc In these us in all other constitu tional Diseases, Valeer's Vinegar Bitters have shown their great curative powers in the most obstinate and intractable cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Hit ters act on all these rases in a similar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove tlie cause, and bv resolving away tlie cnecta or the inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the attected parta receive health, and a permanent euro is effected. The properties of Dr. Walker's Tinioab Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of Dr. Walker's Vineqar Bitters are the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and malignant rovers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro perties protect tne nnmors oi me lauoes. -ineir isedativo properties auay pam in laa nervous srs tcm, stomach, and bowels, from lananuuaUuu, wind, colic, cramps, etc - Their Counter-irritant Influence ex tends tlirouiiliout the system. Their Auti-Uilieua 1ropertles stimulate the liver, in tho secretion ol ile, and Its discharges through the biliary ducts, and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure or Blliuus Fever, Fever and Ague, etc Fortify the notijr against disease cy purifying all Its fluids with V ineuar Bitters, No epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed. Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night front 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 out-door exercise. They are composed of purely vegetable lugredleuui, and contain no spirit. It. 11. MelKMf AL.D CO., Druggists and lien. Agts.. San Francisco, CaU, A cor. or Washington and Charlton Sts., N;Y. SOLD BY ALL DRVHHiiSTS DEALERS. S. SCHWAB, merchant' tailor AND . C LOT HI EE ! 134, SUPERIOR ST., UNDER AMERICAN HOUSE, Cleveland, Ohio. I HAVE just opened with a new, large and complete stock of KREXCII. ENGLISH. GERMAN AND AMERICAN. CLOTHS, CASSI MERES St VESTINGS, And having in my employ a Competent Cutter, I am now prepared to snake up for customers. aaruienu wnicu are WARRANTED IN EVERY RESPECT, AND AT THE VERT LOWEST RATES. READY-MADE . 1 liav nn hftml larirA and aelart stork of sll grades which, when examined, caunot tail to please. Hoods in all cases warrauted as repre sented. 4.dktU-a DENTISTRY. M. Ii. WRIGHT, Operative and Mechanical v; "- it ' ., CHARD ON, OHIO. C.H. Wheeler, BOOTS and SHOES LT. operations xa. i a n KSTini: J VAKIKTY NF.W STOCK OF EVERT ol goods in tins line. Just re ceived the Spring and Milliliter Trade ot 1KTX. No, 10:1 Mains!, tall aud examine tho stoek before puivliaslng elsewhere. Kvei-y kind of work made lo order and In all eases sat ist'nrtion guaranteed, ltoth as to ma terial aud work, lieimii ing done at theshortest notice. Sign ol' the Bed Hoot. 14-118-1 performed in the most skll- i'nl manner, aud is MWOnlMllce With the latest scientille prlnoiples of tbe art. ArtiUotal teeth inserted oh the Hublsfr liase. Children s Teeth extraetod without charge. I'siiigpothing but the vorv Iwst quality or material in the man ufacture of'l'lates and Teeth, and having butoae price, 1 feel coulldent in giving satislwItoM to aiy patrons In etery paniemar. -' ALL WORK WARRANTED. Call and examine specimens. Mart