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CHILD REITS COLUMN.
The Star in the East. Little Cnil- lady and K. BLIXN. A Christmas 8(ry for arena BT HIM, I.. blind. i NCE upon a time. In one of the t&i&i. little boy whose name was Otto Brosch, and his mother Bertha. She was a good, loving mother to little Otto, and so kind and gentle to all that .-hon hpr neishbors spoke of her they .ou,i i.pr " the eood Bertha." Their home was in a quaint, weather-beaten house with high, narrow windows, and uo-ly black doors, and a steep roof with Tr,niwt.iner eaves, under which the swal lows used to build their nests and chat ter tO each Otner lU meir uiru language. tt vnu seen it. I dare say you would have thought it a gloomy place, and not at all pleasant home for a child, but the little boy was happy in it, because ,a. mother was there and he loved her, MM - and love, you know, little ones, makes every thing bright! Th father had been a brave, good soldier and had kissed his wife and Otto oni nrnved God to take care of them for him, and then marched iway with hun dreds of other soldiers, with his gay coat and glitterirg buttons shining iu the mn. and steDDlue so proudly to the sound of the drums and fifes, that the Child thought it must be a fine thing to be a soldier, and wondered to see his mother weep so bitterly and hide her face la her apron that she might not see them as they went down the -street and passed out or signt. lie caught up his little drum as their music died away in the distance, and music aieu away ... mo ...u at,VtjLT,KiierIi2mXi M S,1" 'hf,Lr " a JST'hffSS'SLS heavily as he could with his tiny boots upon - the noor, to imitate nis iatner s tread ; but at last, tired of playing alone, he went to his mother and pulling the apron from her face said to her, "Why dost thou cry. mamma Bertha? I think it is a brave thing to be a soldier and go marching, marching away with such pretty music ! When I am a man I too will be a soldier!" "Nay, my little Otto, God forbid ! Thy father may not return to us from these cruel wars, and I cannot spare my boy, too. Wheu thou art a great, strong man, and I am old and can no longer work, then thou must make the home for thy mother, little one, wilt thou not?" "If thou wilt not cry," said the child, wiping her eyes with his pinafore, "I will not want to be a soldier ; I will go to the good master Shroeder and .ask him to teach me to write, that 1 may send a letter to my father and tell him to come back so that the darling house mother will look happy again." So Bertha and little Otto lived. on ouietlv in their little room in men I gloomy old house, and every night they o. n,r th o-rwl flrwl wnnlrf wftti h prayed that the good God would watch over the father and bring the war to an end. that he might come home to them again. At last, one dreadful day, came news of a battle, and they told poor Bertha that her husband was among tne ueau ; that they buried him where they fornd him. with little Otto's picture laid upon his heart, bringing her ouly oue little lock of bright brown hair and the ring she gave hi in at their betrothal. Then I think they must have wished to die too, but the Father wanted them to live and gave them friends who tried to make them happy, although they were very poor, now that they had no great warm heart and strong kiud hands to work for them and bring them food At length the cold winter came, and people began to make ready the gifts that shonld.be given for the Christ-child's srke. at the holy Christmas time. But Bertha and Otto were so poor that they could make no gifts. They were often cold and hungry, and when the little boy would cry for food, Bertha would wrap him in her shawl aud hold bun closely in her arms to keep him warm and tell him of such sweet stories of the infant Savior and the wise men aud the star in the east, that he would quite for- get his wants and discomforts in his easerness to listen. On Christmas Eye, while Bertha was out buvins bread for the morrow and fatrots to keep them warm, Otto sat by the window listening to the sweet chant- ing of the singers who were going from I . i. ........ 1 1. .. , : . t ... .. ,i , . I lands and caroling sweet hymns. He heard them sing these words : "Christ has come upon the earth ; We have seen UU star in the east, And have come to worshio Him: He hath eome to bring good gifts to men!" He so much liked the music that he quite forgot his mother had bade him him stay quietly where she left him tin- til her return, and so seized his little cap and pattered down tne aai'K staircase, opened the great old door that creaked upon its hinges with rust and age, and stood in the clear, cold air looking after the singers, who were disappearing: in the distance; the bright stars shining like lamps in the sky overhead, and the sweet song he had heard still sounding In Ins ears. He said to himself, "They said the Christ-child had come on earth to bring good gifts; that they saw his star in the east. I wonder if that is it, shining there so large ana bright! l win go and nnd mm ana ask it lie urougnt any- tli mo; tor mv mother!" So the shivering little runaway started on his journey down a dimly lighted street, where there shone in the distance a bright light like a star. He tried to sing as he had heard the others do, but was so cold that he made but faint music, but it sounded sweet as the tinkling of a silver bell as he warbled in his childish fashion, "He hath come to give good cifts to men : we have seen His star in tiieeast and have come to worship Him !" Once his little heart almost failed him as he looked into the gathering dark ness and he turned to find his way home again, but when he thought of all he wanted to ask the Christ-child to give his dear mother and hlmselt, he took fresh courage and looked over his shoul der to see if the star was shining still. "Yes," said he to himself, "it's there yet, just as bright as anything! I will go on. I mean to ask Him to give me a warm bright coat with beautiful buttons and pockets filled with cakes and toys, and for the dear mother dresses and shoes, and, oh, so many things ! I hope he will make her forget to cry, that would be the best of all!" Then he gave a joyful little skip and jump at the thought or his deliLTlit when the dear house-mother should look smiling and cbeertul again, and went on, singing sottly to bimselt the verses ot a little hymn Bertha had taught him : -'Lo. the Christ is come on earth, Holy child of mortal bin!. ; Looked for by the wise men long, , Heralded by augel song j Follow, child, ibat guiding star, Follow it fast and follow far. Thou shalt Una at Uis dear feet. Precious gifts and pleasures sweet!' At last he came where the bright star he had watched seemed shining over a grand old house, with grand old steps leading up, to a great uoor, guarded seemingly by two tierce looking lions; one on either side. Now the star whose light the little child had so patiently followed, was but a lamp in the tower of the house, burning brightly, to guide the steps of all who chose to come, if they were in need, to ask help at this holy Christmas time. The lady whose home it was, loved to comfort God's poor, and on this happy night none . would be turned away who came to her for aid Little Otto's heart quaked with fear at the sight of the dreadful looking lions (for he did not know they were but oi stone,) but said he: "It must be here that the Christ-child is, for here the star stood still; I thiuk he will not let the lions hurt me ; I am so little, perhaps if l goover soltiy they will not hear me;" and he stole up the great etone stops on tip-toe and tried to pull the bell but could make no sound, his hands were so small and weak. Presently the door was opened from the inside by one of the servants who started at seeing the little stray boy cuvlcd up on the thres fioiu anu asset! nun wnat ne wanted i Otto arose, and taking olf his ragged leap for his mother had taught him to ins polite to all,) he said gravely, "If vou please, I should like to see the Christ- child ! I saw His star shining and came so tar to nna Mini that i am tired " "God's pity be over us," said the as tonUhed serving man, "what can the child be talking of. I will lake him toinyladjrj" So he led him through the bright halls into a great room lghtcd with many tapers aud trimmed with evergreens; where a Christmas tree stood loaded with rare beau til ul gifts, jind many sweet little children gaily dj essed and looking like fairies went dancing abont, caroling as many pleas- in the brightness of the saints : from the nt sounds as the birds do when God womb before the day star X begot thee," trims their homes with gaeen leaves and with flowers, in the snrinsr time, my At one side ot the room sat a loveiy with golden hair and fair robes, in her lap a little boy with a sweet. pale face and closed eyes ; lie coma near the merry play of the children, but could . - - . . , I -1, , I not ioin in it. because he was ill and Little Olto had uever seen so much beauty before, and for a moment stood In silent bewilderment ; tnen as nis eyes foil nnnil the hidv and little child, he walkeri nuietlv nn to them and said. "Is this the Christ-child, lady? He looks as if He came from Heaven! And did lie bring good gifts with him? The sing- ers said so! If He did, I wish he would give to my dear mother something to miiks her look clad a"aiu a3 she used 0 I . tOl" 1 The lady looked at him a moment in astonishment, and then comorehendinz the his mistake she laid her white bands on ine second mass, at Dreait 01 uay, ooui Otto's curly head and said softly to the mences with the Introit Lux fulgebit child on her lap : from Isaiah ix : "A light shall shine 'Here Hermadn. is one of the Lord's little ones lie has sent us : where is thy mother, child, and why is she not hap- I .Because my lamer is ueau, iauy, anu we are very poor, and sometimes nave no bread, and then the mother is sad and cries. - The singers said in the street that the IToly Christ Is on the earth to- ni"ht. and that ne came to bring gifts; tiipv siiiiT anont. tne star ana 1 came to 1 ask Him to make us hanDV. Will vou aalf Him ladv?" and he looked with childish awe at the pale spiritual face of tne cm Hi in tne laav a lap. jjiesseu. 1 trusting heart of children," said the lady.lookingdown upon the sweetplead7 I ing face with eyes shining tnrougn tears, "t.lion Shalt have o-ood eifts iu the name and for the sake of the Holy Child, .who h , j f t Litl ,Ic ia in helve,,, but llis love is in our hearts on earth, and we, to whom He hath sent you. will not let vou want!" The little blind boy whispered: "Let bim come here and put his hand in mine, mother, that I may speak to him." Then he said softly to the child, "I think He will help you, because yon love your mother; it He don't, 1 win ten him about you when I go to Heaven where He is. and ask Him to take care or you alwavs : and every Christmas time, when the angels are singing, "Peace on earth, good will to men," I will sing it for you; 1 will get close oy tne aoor, so you can hear me if vou listen, and you will know it was the little boy wno was oiinu on earth, but can see in Heaven !" 1 do not tiunK 1 couia ten you 11 1 tried of Otto's joy at the kindness of the lady, neither can I describe the grati tude or poor rrlghtened isertna, wnen her little runaway boy was returned to ler In charge of a servantlrom thegreat muse, bringing all sorts of good things for the morrow, and, oh, joy of joys, for little Otto a real Christmas tree, with tiny tapers ready to light, and little sii- 1 1 . : . 1 . . . 1 .. , 1 .. ik. hranphe looki,,,, a otto said "iust orancnes, looking as utto saui, just ready to open their mouths and sing I Christmas carols." So you see, little ones, how faith in the "Lover of children" ia never suf fered to go unnoticed aud unrewarded. If you ask Him for good gifts, He is as ready to listen to you as He was to re ward little Otto's blind taith, and never send away emptv the hand that is reached trustingly to Him. Will you not at this nappy unristmas time, you who read this little story, try to be His miiilsterlug angels to the count less sufferers who are stretching their hands for help; not knowing rrom whence it will come, but trusting that the Christ-child will put it in the hearts of thosa who have happy homes to re member the homeless. RELIGIOUS NEWS. The Key. Henry Powers lias become the pastor of the Church or the Messiah in New York, vacated by Mr. Hepworth a year ago. A festival of the Incarnation was held from the very earliest times. It was used to commemorate a fourfold mani- festatlon of our Lord to the world: 1st, The nativity: 2d. The appearance of the star; 3d, The baptism; 4th, The first miracle, the conversion of water into wine at Cana. For several ages the Churches of Egypt, Jerusalem, Anttocli, Cvprus, and all other Churches of the East, beyond all doubt celebrated the T-i . .. t- . i "v , T.A i I ....... . Feast of the Nativity at Epiphany. The Armenian Church does so still, lie- fore the Council of Ephesus, however, A. D. 431, the Egyptians had altered their time or celebration or tne nativity to the 25th of December; the Churches of Antioch and Syria, shortly before that date, had adopted the same altera tion. The Alexandrians and the Church- es of Palestine continued to observe the Festival of the Nativity at Epiphany until the time of Juvenal, Bishop of Jerusalem. A. D. 428, who changed the time of its celebration to the aath ot ue- cember. The distinction between the Festivals of Christmas and Epiphany is drawn by Chrvsostom, in the fourth century, from whose time It has generally been ob served in the East. The Western Church, from the earliest ages, seems to have celebrated the Nativity on the 25th of December; and the Manifestation is found as a second festival m tne nmiuic of the fourth century. Christmas day and the Epiphany were called "l heo- phania et Emphama" and "prima et secuncla Nativitas." PROTESTANT EriSCOPAI. CHCRC1I. In 1549 provision was made in the English Church for two Communions on Christmas Day. For the first the In troit annointed was Psalm xviii. The Collect was a translation of the col lect in the mass for the Vigil ; the Epistle was Titus c li, v 2 Jo: "Ihe srace ot flnil that hriiio-eth s:i! v.-itioil. fec see that no man despise thee." The Gospel was Luke c ii, v 14: "And it chanced in those days, unto men a arood will.' . . , The Collect ran thus: "Uod, which maketh us glad with the yearly remem brance of the birth of thy ouly Son Ja sus Christ, grant, that 'as we joyfully receive Hun tor our Kedeemer, so we may with sure confidence behold Hiui when He snail come to De ourjiicige, who liveth and reigneth, &c." The Collect, Epistle, and Gospel for Christmas Day, used in the Protestant Episcopal Church, are identical with those now in use iti the Church of Eng land. The Collect reads: 'Almighty God, who hast given us thy only-begotten Son to take our nature npon him. and as at this tune to be born of a pure Virgin ; Grant that we being regener- ite, and made thy children by auoptiou ind srrace. may daily be reuevved bv the tiolv Spirit; through the same our Lord Jesus Christ, who liveth and reigneth with the same spirit, ever one God world without end. Amen." The Epistle is from Hebrews, c i. v 1- 12 J the Gospel from St. John, c i. v 1 14. The Psalms appointed lor the day are, in the moni- in, I'sulnis xix, xlv, ixxxv; anu in the evening Psalms lxxxix, cx, exxxii. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Three masses are sung on Christmas Day; the first at midnight, the second at break of day, and the third in the morning at the accustomed time. The Church by these three masses honors 1 the threefold nativity of Christ; 1. His eternal generation and nativity, born from all eternity and before all time of his Father ; 2. His nativity and genera tion in tune according to his human na ture, beinar born of the Virgin ; 3. His spiritual birth by grace in tho souls, of the just. It is frequently the case that a side altar is fitted up to represent the scene of the Nativity, the mother and child being placed in a cave-stable constructed on the sid nUor to the right of the chief altar that, is to the Jcft pf the spectator and surrounded by figures of apimals andot Joseph, the shepherds, and some- tunes the three magi. Tins tableau is illuminated with numerous tapers, and those coming to attend the midnight mass repeat soma prayers before it ere they leave the church. The first mass at midnight commences with the Iutroit from the second Psalm "Tho Lord said to me : Thou art my Sqn, this day have IJiegotten thee," and the Psalm U from the same. "Whv have the Gentiles raged, nnd tjie peopli devised vaiii things r" Tlie V ersiclo i the Gloria Patria. Then follows the Collect: "O God, who hast enlightened this most sacred night bv the brightness of Him who is the true light; grant we beseech thee, that we who have known the mysteries of this light on earth, may likewise come to the enjoyment of it iu heaven, who liveth, &e." Tho Epistle is from Titus c ii, v 11-15. The Gradu ale is from Psalm cix: "With thee is the I principality hi the day of thy strength ; the Versicle: "The Lord said to Lord: Sit thou at my right hand, until 1 make thy enemies my looUtooL. Alleluia, -.Alleluia." The Iutroit is re peated, followed by the Gospel from will, L,uke c n, v l-li. me unertory, irora Psalm xcv, is "Let the heavens rejoice, ,1 I . . I . . . 1. 1, -.lrt.l hnfA.. . V. and let the earth be glad before the face of the Lord, because he cometh." The Preface "Quia per incarnati V erbi mys terium," is repeated till the Epiphany, and at certain other times m trie year. The "Commnnicantes." which is re- peated throughout the festival, begins- "Being united in communion and cele- orauug tins sacreu nignc on wuicu iue spotless virginity of the blessed Mary brought forth a Saviour to this world ; moreover honoring, iu the first place, the memory of the same glorious Virgin a r.i 1 J 1 ..-.. jiiary, dec. lue vuuiuiuuiuu aiiu iwi Uommunion are said, ana tneu ioiiows unchangeable Canon of tha Mass. upon us this day, because tne iru is born to us : and he shall be called vY on- derful, God, the Prince of Peace, the Father of the World to come, of whose reign there shall be no end." The Psalm is from Psalm xcii;- "The Lord hath reigned. He is clothed with . beauty : the Lord is clothed with streutgh, and hath girded himself. The Epistle is from Titus c iii, v. 4-7, and the Gospel irom i.uKe.c. 1.'. v. The third mass, in the day time, be- ffins with the Introit from Zsaiah ix : "A child is born to us, and a Sou is given to us. wnose sruyernuieiii. is uuuu ma ur der ; and his name shall bo called the Angel of Great Counsel." The Epistle is irom iteorews, c. 1, v. aim me Gospel from John. c. i. At vespers is sung tne nyinn -aucsie Fideles," frequently sung to the tune well known as the rortugese liyniii. We give the words of this Christmas hymn, which is of considerable tiquity: . Aileste, Artcles! Lati triumphantes, Veiiite, venite in Bethlelien, Katun, vitlete Kegeui angelorum . Veuite adoremus; Venite adoremus Dominum. Denm de Deo, Lumen de lumine, Gestuut puella viscera, Denm verum Genitnm non factum. Venite, &c, Cnntet nnnc Io! Chorus angelorum, Cnutet nunc au la calestium, Gloria In excelcis Deo; Venite, &c. Ergo, qui natus Die nodierna, Jesu tilii sit gloria. Patri seterni Verbtitn caro factum. Venite, &c. TRANSLATION. Te faithful, approach ye, Joyfully triumphing; Oh, come ye. oh, come ye, to Bethlehem ; Come and behold ye Born the King of angels ; Oh, come, let us worship, (Ml, come, lev u, worsuip. Oh, come, let us worship Chi ist the Lord. True God of God, True Light of Light, Lo, He disdains not the Virgin's womb; Very God. Begotten, not created: . Oh, come, let us worship, &e. Sing Allelulia, Let the courts of Heaven Ring with the Angel chorus Fraise the Lord, ... Glow to God in the highest: Oh . come, let us worship, Ac Tea. Lord, we greet Thee, Born this happy morning; Jesus, to Thee be glory given : Word of the Father In onr flesh appearing; Oh, come, let us worship, &c GRBEK CHURCH. The services for Christmas - in - the Greek. .Church commence with the ser vices of Christmas Eve. Before the reading of the Epistle on Christmas Day three Anthems and Responses are sung. This is followed by an "Entrance Ver sicle." Then follows a short ode. AGRICULTURAL. The London Garden gives the follow ing as the rules of the Royal Horticul tural society lor tne preservation ot choice fruits : 1. As the flavor of fruit is so easily affected by heterogeneous odors it if highly desirable that apple and pear rooms should be distinct. 2. The walls and the floor should be annually washed with a solution of quicklime. 3. The room should De periectly cirv, with as uniform a temperature as practi cable, and be well ventilated ; but triere should not be a thorough draft. 4. Use the utmost care in gathering fruit, handling as little as possible. For present use, truit should be well ripened; but if for long keeping, it is better, especially with pears, that it should not have arrived at complete ma turity. This point, however, requires considerable iudgmeut.: : 6. No imperfect fruit should be stored with that which is sound, and all more or less decayed specimens should be re moved. 7. If placed on shelves the fruit should not lie more than two days, and no straw should be used. 8. Where especially clear and beauti ful specimens are wanted they may be packed carelully in dry bran, or in lay ers of perfectly dry cotton wool, either in closed boxes or in large garden pots Scentless sawdust will answer the same purpose, but pine sawdust is apt to com municate an unpleasant taste. With care, early apples may be kept until Christmas; while many kinds may be preserved in perfection to a second year. The rules given by American fruit growers agree very well with the above, but make especial mention that fruit rooms for slow ripening should be near ly aarK anu the temperature low. Tiight and heat hasten maturity, and next, of course, decomposition. feed for milch cows. There is nothing that conies more nearly to the point in regard to feed for milch cows, than a paragraph by Harris Lewis, iu the discussions at the Staje fair, This is the paragraph : ' : .- . . "Give your good stock all the good grass they will eat, furnish comfortable quarters, plenty of light aud air, treat them kindly as you would your tamily, and you may expect them to .do well. liut it is cruel to leed old, woody, hbrous hay, which a cow cannot digest nor as similate. Grass, grass, and plenty oi it, is whap yonr cow needs," This in summer, and tne same cured in winter, we have found (aud advocated with others from time to time) not only the best for quality and quantity, but decidedly the cheapest. Meed more be said? JNo. Uut the thing needs repetition. It is so natural aud easy to remain in the old,or at leas in the last rut, many people will con tinue to teed the dry ripe hay, with lit tle substance in it, and then make up with grain and roots. These larmersare not prospering satisfactorily; their cows are not in the condition that they wish they co pot yield the amount of milk tiiey desire.nbr the quality either; sp nn less the market is good, the are not mak ing anything.and are eyen falling hack their "dairying doesn't pay." Itesolve, and persist in it, that two crops of clover shall be cut, and each cut when green and about in blossom And this can be done every year, drouth or no uroutn. Clover must be more used more clo zer, less timothy atd other grasses. Clo ver JS UtlU IL1UUS, UI1L4 tuil MM tStMhyu abundantly; and it always improves the land, according to the amount grown, "I5ut there should be change of feed clover alone will not do." This is mere assertion ; and we hoar it repeated often Inquire, and it will found that those who assert this have never elves clove a fair trial. They liave raised and fed clover, growing one crop a j-car, and generally a light one, and almost uni formly cut it after the heads were turned and often later, thus lpsing much, and uufi'caueutly, nipst ot . its substance Now substitute two heavy crops for this and with au the strung! I III "lid avann ble. and it will be send that it U Hourly all difference it is five to seven tons of the best of feed, to a ton and: a half or two tons of hard, woody matter, worth little more than ordiarv straw. The one is worth from fifteen to twenty dollar per ton, the other livo. Stock vs iil tbl'tV on the one, they will starve on the btli er. This with clover. With grass made Into hav; it is mucl the same. In a year like the past, moist and growing, two crops can be cut, af- iorUiug nice, nutritious, hcalthhil leed and realizing on good land, three tons to the acre. Jt only needs testing, lal testing to fully establish Ihe thing. PRACTICAL HIIITS. The varum recipes which Kill hereafter b pen to our readers, in this department, art presented only after they have- been tested and rrocen reliable. The inor nation they contain thereore, alicays be found to be valuable nd well worthy of preservation. Ginger Snaps. One pint molasses and one cup butter boiled totrether : when cold, add one-half a cup of ginger, oue table-spooniui soda, and Hour to roil thin, and bake. Augusta Cake. One and a half cup3 butter, two and a half cups molasses, five cups flour, tea-spoonful sfileratus; citron, currants, raisins, allspice, and nutmeg to taste. For Burns and Scalds. Equal parts of lime-water and sweet oil. Apply on a piece of old linen, and change two or three times a dav. If the pain is very gevere, add ten to twenty drops ot laud anum to the ounce of liquid. Cream Cake Without Eggs. Four cups flour, three cups sugar, one cup butter, two cups sour cream, three tea-spooniuis saleratus dissolved in a little cold water, one-half grated nutmeg, and a tea-spoon- I of ful essence of lemon. Cider Cake One tea-cup butter, three tea-cups sugar, two tea-cups flour, one tea-spoon soda in two table-spoonful3 water, one grated nutmeg and one-half tea-cup of milk, mix and add one tea cup cider and tour more tea-cups Hour. Invalids, and Going to Bed. The phil osophic Sir Isaac Newton said that sick ly people should be at home by sunset, that they should dispel the dampness of their rooms by bright hres in the even ing, aud go to bed early, we thiuk bir Isaac was right. - As the bovs say, "his head was level." To Juie a Very Xice Boiled Pudding. To a pint Of very good milk, when it I boils, pour 011 two table-snoonfuls Of I arrow-root that has been mixed with a little cold milk, and stir it well till it gets thick; then put three fresh eggs, with a suoontul 01 sugar, a teaspooiiltil of brandy, and a little cinnamon and mace. .Mix all well together. V hen cold, butter a cup or basin ; shake flour round it to prevent it irom sticking, Yon may make a rice-pudding the same way, only boil it. Small-Pox Remedy . iii A correspondent writes as follows : "I herewith append a reciiie for curing the small-pox, though the pittings are filled. It is harmless when taken by a person other wise well. Kemedy: Sulphate of zinc and loxglove each one gr., halt a tea- spoonful of sugar: mix well with two table spoonfuls of water; then add four ounces of water. Take a teaspoonful every hour. The disease will disappear in twelve hours. Give to children ac cording to age. It is also recommended for scarlet fever. White Mushroom Sauce. Cut off the stems from half a pint of small button mushrooms: clean them with a little salt and a bit of flannel, and throw them into cold water, slightly salted, as they are done; drain them well ana throw them into a half a pint of white sauce, made with very fresh milk or thin cream, and thickened with a table- spoonful of flour and two ounces ot but ter, simmer the mushrooms rrom ten to tweutv minutes, or until they are quite tender, and dish the sauce, which should be properly seasoned with salt, mace, and cavenne. It may De served with boiled poultry, breast ot veal, or veal cutlets. To Clean Oil Paintings.-r-Mix an ounce of spirits of turpentine with an ounce ot spirits ot wine; wash with this mixture the painting gently with cotton wool: then wash with turpentine alone if there are any stains which this will not remove, wash the panting with an infusion of alkali: when dry, pat on a thin varnish, composed of two ounces of mastic dissolved in six ounces ot turpen tine ; at the end of a few days, another coat of varnish, sucn as is soiu ny tne color makers for oil paintings, may be added. The preparation ot this varnish being very tedious, it is always better to buy it ready made. Invertible Troughs ! Took, the Premium fit the Fairs. The cast-iron heads can lie used with slab or ilank. blab is best, beinir cheaper, end will not check or spring. I sell the heads at $3 per set. They cau be had by applying at Tuttle & Crane's, Painesvillc, O. A. and E. Damon's store, Kirtland, O., or at the residence ol the subscriber, Mentor Avenue. . 3. GOLDSMITH, Box 515. 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The following are recognized as the essential ma)iiieg of- n good p.ainLii:sr Ebtab- lishtnenl; FIRST : GOOD WORK; Correct .nyl as ordered. second: PROMPTNESS ;dcli very wlion promised TMIKP : REASONABLE RATES. -O- Particular attention is paid tn Mercantile Work. None butthe best stock will be used and none but the best of workmen will be employed. Every Kind of BOOK QB B BAN It REQUIRED BY Merchants, Bunks, Hotels, Professional Men, uiiiii vfiiietiri, iir uy mo puniic geucr ipy. ijt;cuie on t'M01T nolle joe nesi. style, am: I at the lowest irjcus, Should be left nt the Counting Koom of tho Northern Ohio Journal, No, m Mali; St., Stoekwell Block, PAIIfESVILLB, OHIO. ORDERS BY MAIL Will receive prompt , ttontlon. fcstimntes on work cheerfully fin nUhcd on application ny iciier oruclieiu ire. WAXTED BOOK ! Great Industrie s OV THE UNITED STATES ; AN HISTORICAL SUMMARY OP TliE ORIGIN", GROWTH AND PERFECTION OF THE CHIEF INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF THIS COUNTRY. 1,300 PAES AJiH 500 EGR.4VIGS Written by twenty Kminent Authors, including John B. Gough, Leon Case, Edward Ilowland, Jos. B. Lyman, Rev, E. Philip Ripley, Albert Brisbane F. B. .ferkms, Ltc., Etc. THIS work is a complete history of all branches ot industry, processes of manufac ture, etc., iu all ages. It is a complete encyclo pedia of arts aud manufactures, and is the most entertaining and valuable work of information on subjects of general interest ever oiTered to the, public It is adapted to the wants of the Merchant, Manufacturer, Mechanic, Farmer, Student and Inventor, and sells to imth old and young of all classes. The book is sold bv agents, who are making large sales in all parts of the country. it is onered at the low price of $3 50. and is the cheapest book ever sold bv subscription. No family should be without "a copy. We want Agents in every town of the United States, am no Agent can fail to do well with this book. Our terms are liberal. We cive our Ajreuts the exclusive right ot territory. One of our agents sold one hundred and thirty-three copies ia eight days ; another sold three hundred and sixty eight in two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold three hundred and ninety-seven in one week Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt stamp. For circnlars and terms to agents address the Publishers, J. li. liUKR & KI KE, Ilarttoril. Conu., 120-4 Chicago, 111., or Cincinnati, Ohio. Cjpr Q()A per dav! Agents wanted ! ") TO ijxt All classes of working leople, of either sex, voung or old, make more money at work for us in their spare moments, or all the time, than at any thing else. Partic ulars iree. Auuress G. Sanson & Co., Portland, Maine. MUSIC BOOKS tS HOLIDAY FRESEXTS. Sent, Post-paid, on receipt of the marked price. We can recommend the followins Voc.il Col lection oi choice Piano Sonsrs: "Shin in' Lights," (Sacred Songs) ; Golden Leaves," Vols. I. II.; Hi'jirt.h Mnil Ilmi-n'" ' Kirftsi:t Echeos,' Sweet Sounds," and M Periceless ""v ruHs, 1 to eacu iu. ooa.ru; zuuia ckuh. Also the following Instrumental Collections: Fairv Finders" Mjie-ic cin-.le" Yoimir PiaDist," and ' Pearl Drops " four easy collec tions, "Musical Recreations," "Pleasant Memo- Golden Chimes," and "Brilliant Gems," iui moiu uiiviiuiii iunei:. x lice ui vaiii uwk, 1 75 in boards; 2 00 in cloth; 2 50 in cloth ami gilt. Strauss' Waltzes, (ask for Peters' Edition,) in 2 vol., 4 00 each in board: 5 00 in cloth No vello's Cheap Edition of Piano-Forte Classics, consisting of Mendelssohn's complete works in 4 vols. 8vo. price 3 50 each : Folio Edition. 6 00 each; Beethoven's Sonatas, 4 00; Beethoven's Pieces, 2 OO; Chopin's Waltzes, Polonaises, Noc turnes, iuaznritas, isaiiaas, ana f reiuaes, price 2 00 each; Schubert's Ten Sonatas, 3 U); Schu bert's Piano Pieces, 4 00; Mozart's Sonatas, 3 00; weuer-s complete x'lano iieces, 4 w; senn man's 43 pieces, 2 00, etc, etc Iu ordering these, be sure and ask for Novello's cheap Vocal Collections; Mother Goose, 2 00 and 3 00; Ran degger's Sacred Songs, 2 50; Mendelsshon's 70 Songs, beautifully bound, 7 5o; sehuman's Vo cal Album, 3 oo;'Moore's Irish Melodies, Folio Kpition, by Balfe, 8 00; German Vokslieder Al- onra, x 00 etc., etc. Stainer's Christmas Carols, new and old, il lustrated, price 4 00. The same without illus trations, in 2 vols. 1 00 each; ,complete, 1 5o. Petkbs' MrsicAL Monthly, price 3o cents each, every number containing at least 4 00 worth of music Bound volumes for 186, 187o, 1871, and 1872, price 5 00 each. Address. . J. l. 1-iii't.KS, 5M .Broadway, JNew lorK. 13 m-t Cleveland Leader for 1873 THE LKADER publishes more Telegraphic News,- better Selected MisceUnuyj more accurate Market Reimrts than any other paper in iortnern u mo, ana is a tnorougn advocate oi jrtepu oilcan principles, it receives ui spate nes irom au over tne worm, ana as aiamuy news paper it cannot be excelled. unr new riuuDins scneme i We have made arrangements with nearlv all the publishers of periodicals and papers to fur nish their publications on terms that will enable ns to club them with the Leader to subscribers who wish to take more than one paper. TERMS: j,ji;aikk iol' une tear,,.. ipi for Six Months, 75 Particular attention is c. tiled tolthe features we have adopted of dubbin? with a souud. first- class New York weekly Republican paper, The j im-e to take tne place ot tne now J democrat ized and traitorous Tribune. Attention is also called to our clubbing' with the Burol Xcw i orter, the best Agricultural paper in America. Cleveland Daily Leader Publishes more Telegraphic News than any other Cleveland paper. Price per Year, lo oo: for Six Months, 5 oo; for three Months, 3 &o; for une jsioiun, i oo. Cleveland Evening News Contains all the matter of the Daily Mountng Lea per. anu all additional teletrraiihic and other news received during the dav. Jt f Cheaneat Daiht Jaitnr in the West. TFRMS $6 oo per Annum; 3 oo for Six Months 1 bo for inree jvontns. . THE CLEVELAND TRI-WEEKLY LEADER Published TuesrtAV. Thursday and Saturdav TKBMS: Per Year, $3 oo; Six Months, 3 5o niree jvioiitus, x zi. The Cleveland Leader and Evening News Hare a larircr circulation than all other Enirlish Cleveland .Dames oomoined. Asrents wishins to cet nn Clubs will please send lor sample copies oi the weekly Leader. All subscriptions cau be scud by lral'tor Money ui-Mers co me lkalj n.it I'KiMiMi tu, i-7T Cleveland, Ohio. 4 CHROMOS "CAKEO IX MISCniBF." ':GOOD MORNING," "SPRING FLOWERS," and "SUMMER FLOWERS," with tho ECLECTIC WEEKLY ami WEEKLY CHRISTIAN AT WORK (consoliclatcrl), fri ;50 Awake and Fast Alefi," Subscribers l'nr nislied at oncb with their chromos. AfciKNTS caik.make better terms with os 70-86-2 27 Heekman St., X. The Union Cornet Band Would respeetfnllr announce that they are pre pared to furnish Music for all ol' the require ments of tho present campaign, ON' SHOUT NOTICE AND UBEBAI. TEIU1S, or forocc. sions upon which the services ol' a Jiand are re quired. An Efficient String Rand, also in connection with the Cornet Band, are prepared to furnish Music for Balls, Fic-Nics, Suppers, etc. Address, UBUiiUK jsuitr, Leader, r. O. Box S87. Office Parmlev's New Block. State street 08-78-2 Painesvillc Ohio. MUSICAL ! Read the Following Testimonial, H liicJi is but one Taken from a Host : P4.INKSVILUE. Allg. 2a '72. Mr. J. .1. Pratt: During the past four days I have been asked several times my opinion of the Hazelton Bros. Pianos. During the past llfteen years I have mostly spent my time tuning and repairing pianos, and have tuned many old and new Hazelton Pianos. The tones are line and clear, 3-et brilliant, the action good 5 they stay in tune admirably, aud, taking all things into account, I think there are no better pianos made than the Hazelton Bros.' Yours Truly, G. C. HOLT. Save your Greenbacks BUT THE QUESTION JS "How to ill we do it ? I WILL TELL YOU ! BUT YOUR Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, NOT to nsr s at tho Popular York Store cw Where you can find the largest and most com plete stock of goods in Northern Ohio. We have more goods thau any three houses in Paincsvillo all we iisk is to corae and ea I'm yourselves. Fine Ftdt Skirts at I 50 sold pise were for 2 25. Shaker Woolen Blankets at 4 00 sold elsewhere for 5 50. Fine, Large Lap Robes at 4 50 sold else where for G 00. Horse Blankets at 3 23 sojd elsewhere for 2 f 5. Best Irish Poplins at 1 5J5 sold elsewhere for 2 75. " Sateens 'I)e Knsnno" from flOets to 1 00 I'ono-eos " (10 ' 1 (HI Empress, all colors, " C5 " 85 Merinos, best, all colors, " 85 " 1 00 Imperial Tycoon Reps " 23 " 30 Large assortment ol I lauls, very low. Filrs ! Furs ! Furs ! The largest assortment in the city at nil prices eoiisistiiijr oi' beautiful ' ' 1 OTTER, MINK, ' AJjASivA, ana B1CAVER SETS. Threp Cases of shauls jut. rocolyod eonslsthiij qf r !. -iuey, nuupus, Itevorsiblo, ouanions, Bay Stains, Heavy, Lon Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, ete., etc., to he sold at cost. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! A large anil complete stock of ladies and chil ijvinttdiQtis at isry (ow jitjcts. '" Largest assnrtiudiit of Xttbian,Scarf8tC Chlldrens Jlootla in the city, at very low iigurc.. Be sure anil call at the New York Store before purchasing elsewhere. J. KjII IV lilt. II. 71 iitln St. ruinesville. O. l'.-U-tll DAUCIIY & CO.'S NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ZD O ZEST a? Be deceived hut lor coughs, colds, sore lirout. hoarseness aud bronchial ditUcuHies, use onlv WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. Worthless imitations arecn the mark et, 'out the ouly scientific preparation of Car- ooiic Acm lor tne mug ueseases is wnen cueia- ali v coinbmcri with other wcU known reme dies, as in these tablets, and all parties are cautioned against usiuj any other. In all cases ot irritation of the mucous men brane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing and healing: properties are astonishing. E5e warned near mrgtect a cola, it is easi ly cured in its incipient state, when it becomes chronic the cure i exceedingly dilMcult, use Wells' Carbo'ic Tablets as a speciiic JUH hLLLUUj, 10 riatt St., ew lors, Sole Agent lor Cnited States. Price 35 cents a box. Send for Circular. 65 8w g$75 to $250 pjr loath, everywhere, male and fe- r-Jmale, to introduce the GENUINE IMPHOV- 5JHIXE. This machine will stitch, iiem, fell, in the most superior manner, l'rice only $15 .FuUv licenced and warranted for tire years. We will pay 1,000 for any machine that will a ctnimro, ni(-klA lit i fill Or a m.rl elastic seam than ours. It makes the "Elas CJtic Lock Stitch." Every second stitch can be -ieut, and utill the cloth cannot be pulled tapurt without tearing it. We pay a.sents (Hfruin S75 to S450 ner month aud exiiens- fyi.'s. or a commission from which twice that fl-wuiuount cau be mai'.e. jvunress swojib jc S(.o., Boston Mass.: Pittsburgh, Pa.; Chicago, qill.. or .st. Louis, Mo. SwtSD CP.TFAliMS! FREE HOMES! OS the line of the USIOX PACIFIC HA1L,- ROAI. 13,000,000 acres of the best Farming and Mineral lands in America. 3,O00?00a Acres iu Nebraska, in the Platte alley, now tor sale. "SI Hit Climate, Fertile Soil, for Grain growing and tm-k liaising unsur passed by any in tne I mteu states. ('haiM.r in l'rice. more favorable terms criven. nd more convenient to market than cau be found elsewhere. Free lloincleada for Actual Settlers The best location lor Colonies buluiers entit led to a Homestead of 1 (SO Acres. Send for the new descriptive Pamphlet, with new maos. nublished in English, lierinau, Swed- sti and lianisn.maueit iree every wnero. Auuress F. UAVIS. Land Com'r V. 1 . K. li. Co., Omaha, Neb. awvj Tliea-Nectar. 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Is there want of action in your liv er and spleen I Unless relieved at once the blood becomes impure bv deleterious secre tions, producing scrofulous or skin diseases, isiotcnes, eious,'ustuiesfJUanKer) nmpies, etc etc. Have von. a dvsnenltc stomach ! Unless digestion is promptly aided the system is debilitated with poverty of the blood, Dropsical senoency, general weanness or monia. Have vou weakueii of the intes tines I Vou are in danger of Chronic Diar rhoea or the Inflammation of the Bowels. Have vou weakness of the Uterine or Urinary Organs You are exposed to suliering in its most aggravated lorm. Are vou delected drowsv.dull. slusrsrish or depressed in $irits, with head ache, coated ' tongue ana baa tasting moutn f For a certain remedy lor all of these diseases, weaknessess aud trouble; for cleansing and puri- fying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to all the vital forces; for building up and restoring tne weaken ea constitution uto-ei ,T IT BU B E B A whicn is pronounced by the leading medical au thorities of London and Paris lthe most power ful tonic and alterative known bv the medical world." This is no new and untried discovery, but hasbeeu lonir used bv the regular uhvsicians of other countries with wonderful remedial re sults. DouH weaken and impair the diges tive organs by cathartics and physics, they give only temporary relief Indigestion, flatulency and dyspepsia with piles and kindred diseases are sure to follow their use, Keep the blood pure ana neaitn is assured. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New-York oie Agenr. ior me unitea states. 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It contains over fifty beautiful illustration,; will be cent Free to all who mav write.AiMrcs,I.Gursile,lnterson X, J. 73-4 w rri II K best selling book in the market is The 1 Struggles of Petroleum V Nasby. It is illustrate! by THOM AS NAS T, the great est of American Artists, ami contains an intro duction by Hon. Charles Summer." Agents wan tol for this and other popular books Ad dress, 1. F. Kk huvdson & Co., Boston, Mass. and rt. flouts, bio., lhw Agents wanted at once lor the only complete aiio rename, woimerous riiscovertes, anu inrn- iiiij; iMivfiit.iucs in in one volume, with tiit History and results of tl,e STANLEY EXPEDITION. fioo pages.Only 'Z 5o. Just the book the Masses wan t.one lady sold twenty the lirst day. Act onii klv. There is a rush tor it. Address.1. tiooitspced, Publisher, Chicago, Cincinnati, or St. J .Oil IS. 4V DO AGfciX'i'tt waht .absolutely the best selling b(Hks? Send for circulars of Vent's I na b ridged Hlus, Family Bible.. 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This was due io the fivct that ?e Imported and 6Ui.iqny 'j'hf Best ailil Purest Goods, and distributed theni to our customers in all parts of the United Stales, for one small proltt oiiiy,neiwee t ne rea-grwers ami tne i eu-con- suuier. o ongtnated the system of snpplvini! consumers in distant parts of the country with Teas, at New-York t urgo prices, on the Club plan And since we adopted this plan we have saved the ieoide of this country millions ok dollars annually, in t he cost of this article of every dav necessity. Send for Club Circular, which cont ains full di rections, premium. &c. The Great American Tea Co, a nit Box nati, 3.1 VRjESKY y lh3Uv l'orfc City. S3500 A: I'oriiin cost, ol nublisbiiiir illustraUl vol- umc,fcl'i i lie Heft; UtN ok Fame ne."The buyer rets it lor 3 T5 Kiurbt charmintf liioraphii's if Inventors ivethe only liisiorv oi invent loiuToeveiopmcntoi team-ves sels, J-oeomotives, Kailroads Telegraphing, t inly life of Prof.Morso.Jtt o-invcntor.Oolhor lives snow success irom poverty oncunty,Hs rarm ers. Mocliauiei, liankers.c tc.Onlv life ufpeabodv. Agents WanteM cverywhere.First report shoyed atrent's onfit io oo for live davs. sjpnd for forms Wiu.lt, Moore jfc Co. PublishcisClmdnnatl. f3-4w ni'liN i iiksewkhs : J vviiurethe Kl(lneys,l.iv. W er and Bowels d not a.t healthfully, the wastes irom the actum ol the system remains in I lie btood, and produce irritation and disease. These organs ivv Uio outUtis o,l' the systeii) and UiuuiHuii's Bat'liit anil Dauiloliun, ore kept in trood runninir order. W. I!. HAMILTON & t'tl. Cincinnati. 73-1 Vil-'Ty TTSi Wo n',v0 J"st Ismcfl Two Volumns.vvico $-1 eacli in boards, $3 each in cloth. Tliu Two vo'.umns contain, ovpr lforty ilonnlilii) WalUos, world V li'.t-st in shc'L-t (leaU-vs, bo p:n"lloti!.i' tg usk IV- risTKlts' Kui. I'los of Htkai-ss' Walizks, as It is tlio only correct iind coinplcto eilltion. Aililoisst J. L I'KTKliS, Musi,-. -r T rp ii ltioailwny, JJ. V. IT m3 iH a! oi k! !KlI I SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY I A Serial Storu By DTC. HOLLAXD. Xew Story By S AXE HOLM. A Lonn Story rrom BJiET HAUTE. BlllL LI A XT ABBA Y of VOXTBIB UTOBS. VLABEXCE C OOK On Furniture ami Decoration. B. 11, STGD DABD On Authors. EXTRAORDINARY lXDITEMSTS TO NEW Sl'BSrRIBERS ; 500 Pases for $1 00 ! &c, &o. The Publishers of Scribxer's Monthly, in their Prospectus just issued, promise for ihe cn- suiuir year a more brilliant array of contributors ami aii increase in the variety and beauty of its illustrations, aireaay couce ie-i oy tue critics to oe "liner tnau any wiiicn nave iiitnerto ap peared in any American magazine," Dr. Holland, the Editor, will write the serial story of the year,which will be autobiographical inform, and will be illustrated bv Miss llalloek. It is entitled Arthur Bonnicastle, and M ill ileal with some of the most difficult problems of American Lite. It will be commenced in the November Number. There will be a new storv bv Saxe Holm. "The use j.e;gei dancers Bret H arte, the best writer of short stories now lVln',', will contribute a characteristic story, entitled "The Epic op Fiddlktown," wnicn win ue iiuistratea or snep.iru. k. ti. Stoddjlro will write a series of entertaining papers about "Authors, their Peksosal Characteristics, Hove Life, Families, t BIEXD-, DIMS, AND AYS. A. SOl lCS OI "Portraits of Living American Writek's." is also promised. Clarence Co k will write about " Furniture, and the Decoration of American Homes." These papers will beeni ineutly practical as well as artistic, aud. will be illustrated with desisrus and sketches bv numer ous artists in addition to those which the writer himself will furnish. Antony those who will contribute are : Hans Andersen, Bryant Cush- neli, Esrg'leston, Iroude, Hiinson, Bishop Huntington, Bret Harte. John ilav. H. U. Mac donald, Mitchell, Miss Phelps, Stead man, Stock ton, Stoddard, Cell a Thaxter, Warner, Wilkin son, Mrs. hitucv, besides a host ot others. The editorial conti-ol and direction of the Mag azine will remain in the hands of lr. Holland. who will continue to write " The rones of tuk Timer, which the X.Y. Independent says " are more wiaeiy quoted man any similar papers in anv American magazine. " Watson ;ilikr will write "This old Cabinet;" as hitherto. Prof. John J. Draper conducts the Department of" Nature and Science. The Departments of "Home and Society " and " Culture and Progress,1 will en&ajre Hie contributions of more than a score of pens on both sides of the Atlantic. The Watchman and Kkflector saj's : "scribners Monthly lor September is bet ter than usual, which indicates a needless waste of editorial brains and Pnblisher's-mouey, tor ine magazine was goou euougn ouiore i " adi yet the Publishers promise to make it stilt bet ter lor tne com mar Year : : - The Subscription urice is ft4 OO a year., with special rates to Clerjf ymen, Teachers and Post masters, ine roiiowme fJA.TKAUiE.iHiN Ait INDUCEMENTS are ottered to new subscribers: or 5 50 the Publishers will send, or anv Book seller or Newspaper will supplv, the Magazine for one year, ami the twelve numbers ot oi; III. and IV.. containing the besrinuimr of Mrs. Uliphant's Serial, " At His Gates ;' for 7 00, the Magazine for one year, and the 24 back numbers from the beginning ; for 10 50. the Magazine for one year, and the 24 back numbers bound (4 vols) charges on bound vols. paid. This will giva nearlv SOO!! rtaares of choice re.-idinar. with the fin est illustrations, for 10 50, or nearly 500 pages for anonar : ana witienabieeverysuusurioer to ob tain the series from the first. Special Terms to ueaiers. -uierfirvinen ana i'eacners. 69-81 SCHIBNEH & CO., 654 Broadway' N. Y. 1 Unquestionably the best sustained, work of tne Kina in me rvoria." HARPER'S MAGAZINE. Katice of the- Press. The ever-increasing circulation of this excel lent monthly proves its continued adaption to popular desires and needs. Indeed, when we think into how many homes it penetrate every . montlt, we must consider it as one of tho educa tors as well as entertainers of the imblic mind. for its vast popularity has been won by no ap- peal to stupid prejudices or depraved tastes. na tastes. i The character which this Maaaeine possesses for variety, enterprise, artistic wealth, and lit erary culture that has kept puce with, if it has not lea toe times, snoiua cause its conuuetors to regard it with justillabie complacency. It also entitles them to a srreat claim upon the public gratitude. The Mapa-zin has done good and not evil au tne a ays oz its me. jsrooiciyn aayie. SUBSCRIPTIONS. 1873- XKKIUS Harper's Magazine, one rear. . . .' f4 06 An Extra Copy of eithertheAfasraxine. V oek- lv. or Bazar will he siinulicil erratic for kvim-v Club of Five Subscribers at $4 00 each, in one re mittance ; or, Six Copies tor $'2o 00, without ex tra copy. Subscriptions to Harper's uaazinej Weekly, and Bazar, to one address tor one year. flo 00 ; or, two of Harper's Periodicals, to one address for one year, ?t 00. .Rack Numbers can Harpers Magazine, now comprising 45 Volumes, in neat cloth hindincr. will lie 'scut bv pynw-ss. freight at expense of purchaser, for 2 25 jHtr vol ume. Single volumes, by mail, postpaid, $3 oo. Cloth cases, for binding, 58 cents, by mail post paid. The postage on HarpcrV Magazine is 24 cents a year, which must be paid at the sub scriber's post-oflice. Address. 7o-TT HARPER & BROTHERS, New York, DEMORESTS MONTHLY - A Magnificent Prize surpassing all previous oners. J reacii snoscrioer to iemoresfs -Montmy Magnzine, at Three liotlars a year, will : be presented with a premium of Two Elegant J Chromos, companion pictures of the two most desirable and popular subject in America Tho vans ot iia.gara ana loscuute fans, bizeoi 1 pictures, 10 by lS.1 inches. These elegant Chromoi, coiied from he-antil'ul pictures paJuted irom nature oy one 01 ine nrsi artists in Amer ica, cive the most noiuilar views ot" tlion f ntpr- estmg and sublime objects, and are faitliful re- iJiXMiuotioiis 01 ine originals, i ne i"inn oki Niagara, with its immense body of water falling one mumrcu ani sixty icvr., penning up iiensc clouds of sirav to rellect in brilliau4a,v and beau ty the vivid colors of the rainbow, is so clearly depicted that, in imagination, you hear it's mighty roar. The Yosemitc, with its lofty moun tains towering to toe silvery clonus, ami 1U stu pendous tails 01 sixteen hundred feet, inmrrs- sing with its awful grandeur, and filling the mind with delight and wonder. These two Chro- I mos are the best pictures ever published for Ten Dollars, and will be sent, mounted and var- nished, by mail to each yearly Three 1ollar sub scriber to our monthly magazine, tender, ,jnt imnk i v oeauttttf uttromo t? 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Xntiee of the Prea. - ! -' The Weel-ly is the alih-st ami most nowcrlul il- liLstraU-il iM-riouical palili&hcd in this country. Its editorials are scholarlv ami convincinir. niltl carrv much weiKht. ill astral tons uf cnrii-nt events arc full ami Irosh. ami are i.irciirtrc.l our hp&t iloslm-ivs. With a circulation (('15o.o.o. mo neeXMt is rea4t tv at least, nail a million nc: sons, anil its inilucuce as un or.an ol'ooiuion is simply tremendous. The MVvA7.y maintains r iiosuivc iHk.sir-on. ani t onuses iiuci-.ieti vic on nolittcal and social ln-ohleins. .oititrill loHner.aettrnaf. SI HSCIlll'l-10S 187 3. TFJI.1IS ' Hariier's Weekly, ono vcar 14 oo An ext.!- t'onv ol' either Ihe Mair.'iy.iiie. 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("fl.- fj VKUWKt.l.'S ( EliKIIK A'I'KI) KSSAY on t ne radical cure (without medicinel ot .-ii-nuui TOHHUiKA, or Seminal Weakness, Inyoliintarv Settdiinl l-naaos. iiiiuunc.y, Mental and I'hvsical luc(tciy, ImpeiihneuU to Aliivriaiio,' etc, : also, t'nnsumption, Kpiep.v ami Kits, induced oy seir nmtllonott or sexual extra vajrance. liios In a sealed envelope, onlv six cents. ThciM!ihr..tntl tnilltm. in tlii ,iiiin ivil.li, clearly demonstrates frtmi h thirty years1 suiv cesbiiu pracLicv, mill inu Mini ming conseiueucos of self-ahuso mav bo radically cured without the Uaii)rerous uso'or internal medicine or the niiplicntiou of tho knife ; pointing out u mode oi cure at, once simple, certain itnd timietttnl, bv means of which every auH'oror, in matter w hat his, condition nuiy he, niay uurelumsell'cltuaplv, iirivalelv, aud rndiwitlv. BegrThis lecture sliouhl bo In the hands of uvorj vuiimi niut ovury man iu the land. JSaf em, under seal, in a idain envelope, to any a.ioiess, postuiti oil receipt of six cenu, or A,s.;...',. -',,ivcrwoll "Matrlaso Uui.l. price Htv t'outs, . Addiws the rublishers, t IIAItl.KS .). Kl.INK C(V, 121 ItoMorv. New- Vnii. C'J-1 Vostoltlce Box, 1.5SU. JAMES MORLEY, TvK.VLKU IX and manufacturer of every riety oi B O O TS tt- SHOES For Ladies Gcnteiucns and Children's wear , MAIX STEEKT, PAIXESVILLE, O. A large stock kept constantly on hand, which will bo sold at prices a low as those of any other establishment. Special atteutiou paid to CUSTOM WOHE: I And satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Bgy Iememler tlio plnce, 99 Main St 45-97- Prospectus for 1873. SIXTH YEAR. TUB ALBINB: An Illustrated Monthly Journal universally aumitr.cu io ue t.'ic luiuusomcst periodical in the World. A lieprcscntative and Champion of American Taste. JVbf for sale in Booh or JVeir fotv. THE ALDfNE. while issued with all the reir- ularitv, has none of the temporary or timelv in terest characteristic of ordinary periodicals. It is an elegant miscellany of pure, light, and graceful literature, aud a collection of pictures, tne rarest specimens 01 artfe-tic skiii. in black ami white. Although each succeeding number aifords a fresh pleasure to its irieuds, tho real value and beauty of THE ALDINE will be most appreciated alter it has been bound up at the close of the year. While other publications mav claim superior cheapness as compared with rivals oi a similar class, THE ALDIXE is i unimicand oriirinai conception alone and un appproached absolute! v without competition in price or chrfracter. The possessor ol a com plete volume cunnot mipm-ate tne ipiautitv or 1111c pupT iiuiii-iiniviusiu any uuier s nape or numbciwii volumes lor ten tunes its cost: and tuen, mere are uie enromos, uesiues. Art Department. Xotwitlistandius: the increase in the price of subscription iat rail, wnen iiifcf ALiUAt, as sumed its present noble oroiwHions and repre sentative character, the edition was more than doubled during the past year; proving that the uymemonimy issues, will aslonisn and delight even the most sanguine friends of THE ALDINE Ihe publishers arc authorized to announce designs from many of tho niost eminent artists oi America. Jn addition, THE ALDIXE vlll reimdnce examples of the lost foreign masters, selected w mi u vivw n ii i&ti. ti "lim ic success, ami erreatest ceueral interest a voidimr tui-li & hiivo become familiar, through photographs or copies The quarterly tinted plates, for 1873. will ro produce four of John S. Davis inimitable child sketches, appropriate, to the four se;isons. These plates, appearing in the issues for January, .rtprii, o my, mm isroucj-, wuiuu aiouc oe worxu the urice of a vear's subscription. : The popular feature of a coniouslv illustrated "Lunsimas - numucr win oecouciuneu. Premium Chromos for 1S73 JEverv subscriber to TIIK AfDINU who imri in auvanwi ior uie year isj, win receive, with out additional charc-e, a pair of beautiful oil chromos, after J.J. J 1 ill, the eminent Knglish painter. 'J lie pictures, entitled The V ilia ire lielle," and ''Crossing the Moor,11 are 14 x i0 inches are printed irom ' di tie pent plates, re- Quirmsr 2o inmressions and tints to uerfect each picture. I lie same chromos are sold lor $30 per pair, in the art stores. As it is the determination of its conductors to keep THE ALDINE out of the reacii ot competition in every department, the chromos will hefonnd correspondingly ahead of any that ca be offered by-other periodicals TllO Iilftrarv Denartmpili "Ti -IT T7,. ,777r. .77.7 Will nilllUIIIl! UHllt.'! 1-I1U .Trt5 U AIT, fllUIIAUII HEN R Y STODDAR l. assisted bv the best writ ers and poets of the day. who will strive to have 1.1113 iiH-iinuif a iiij nuiuixcUHjs ill Keep ing vtitu iu jii Ltbic awracfrtoua-, ji : 1 Terms. 5 $.? per annum, in advance, with Oirchromo8 THE AliDrXE wilL hereafter. b nbtftin.ihl omy ny suoscription. rnerewut be no reduced or club rate; cash for finl-vription must le sent to ine puminers airecc, or nanaed to the local agent, without responsibility to the uublisnerii. except iu cases where the certificate is given, bearing tne lac-simile signature ot James Sut- Agents Wanted. -iny person, wisnmg to act permanently as a cal UL'ent. will receive full and uiv.mnt. 1n(V ur IPVSntl. trishllltr t.n ntt tmmannv local agent, will receive full and uivmu1 ination iy applying to J AS. SITTON & Publishers, 8 Mttideu Jsnne Xew York. EUREKA. , "TIKEGIEIBIMERS: rum7n&ETABLE,msnuiiiicoBoi . . DR. WAOiER'S . CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS. Vincear Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink. made ot Poor Bum, Whisky, proof Spirits and Refuse Liquora, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to pleaso the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers," " Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunk enness and ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Thev are the Great Blood Puriner and a Lire-jrivinr Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invitroralor of the Srstem. carrvinir ou" all poisonous matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and Invigorating both jnind and body. They arc easy of administration, prompt in their action, certain in meir results, saie auu rename in aii lorms oi tusease, . . . . . i , So Person can talce these Sitter, accord ing to directions, and remain long nnwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond iuc ituuauutpuir. - - Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Ifeadachc, Pain In the Shoulders, Couyhs, Tightness of the Chest, lMzziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, ltsd Taste in the Mouth, Wlious Attacks, ralpitatlon ol the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarnnu.a -ot its merits than a lengthy advertisement. Fur Female Comitlnints. In vonncp cr old. married or single, at tlte dawn of womanhood, or the turn of lite, these Tonic Hitters display so de cided an Influence that a marked improvement is soon perceptible. - For Iiiliamniatory and Chronic Itheu mntism and Uout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bil ious, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters nave been most successful. Such Diseases nre caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derangement of the Die-eslive Organs. Tiiey are a Gentle Purgative as well as a 'i'onio, possessing also the peculiar merit of act ing as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Jmiammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and in Bilious Diseases. For Stciu Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt- Rhcnm, Motches, spots. Pimples, Pnstules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eves, Krvslneias. Itch. Scurfs. Discoloralions of the Skin. Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, nre literally dug tip and carried out of the system in a short Lime by tlte use of these Bitters. One bottle in such casts win convince the most incredulous of their curative effects. Cleanse f lie Vitiated lilood whenever you mm its unpin lues I'liisung uirongn me SK1U in Pimples, RrnpUous, or Sores f cleanse It when vou find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it wucn il is ioin ; your leeuugs win leu vou wnen. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinegar Bit ters the most wonderful lnvigorant that ever sus tained the sinking system. Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lnrliing In the system of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiologist : There is scarcely an individual on tho face of the earth whose body is exempt from tlio 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, of disease. So svsteiu of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmintics, will free tne system irom worms like these Bitters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged In Paiuts and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Tvpc eelters. Gold-beaters, and Miners, ns they advauco in ine, un; soojeci io paralysis oi tne itoweis, to guard against this, take a doso of Walker's Vis- fcGAR i;ittkii3 twice a week. Unions, Kemittont, and Intermittent Fevcis, vi!icii are so prevalent ia the valleys of. our great rivers throughout the I nited States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois. Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah. Roanoke. James, and mauv others, with their last tributaries, throughout our entire country during the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat cud dryness, r.re lnvammy accompanied by exten sive derangements, of the stomach and hver, aud other abdominal viscera. In their treat incut, a purgative, exerting a powerful tnihience upon these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is no cuinaruc, ior ino purpose equal to hit, J. Walk- i:n"8 V ineuab Bn-rKits, its they will speedily remove tho dark-colored viscid matter with hk ii the bowels are loaded, at the same tiincsthmilnling tho secretions of the liver, and generally rcsioriug iue licuiiay junctions Ul lue uigcsiivc organs. Scrofula, ce Klntr's TCvil. White Swelllnirs. Fleers, Krvslneias, Swelled Neck, Goitre. Scrofulous inflammations, Indolent luilammaiions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Krnptlous of the Sklu. Soro Ryes, etc, etc. In these as In nil other constitu tional Diseases. Walkkb's Yinkuar Birrniis havo shown their great curative powers lu tho most obstinate and iutraetablo cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar lilt- act on all these cases lu a similar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, aud by resolviug away the eifecis of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits) tho nffVcted parts receive health, and a permanent cure Is etrected. The properties ot DR. Walkkk's YikkuaR. Bittkks are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter irritant, Sudoilllo, Alterative, aud Anti-Bilious, The Aperient and mild Laxallvo properties of Dr. W alker's Vinkoar BirrKlta aro the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions, and malifuout fevers. Their balsaniio, healing, and soothing ore pert ics protect tlio humors of. the fauces. Their Sedatlvo properties allay pain in tho nervous sys tem, atomauh, and bowehv from. luaamuiaUon. vind, colic, cramps, eto. Their Counter-irritant Influence ex lends throughout tho system. Their Auli-Utlieua Iiroperlies slimulato tho liver. In tho secretion ot ille, and Its discharges through the biliary duets, and are Buiicrior to all remedial agctrta, lur'tUecuro of Billons Fever, Fever and Ague, cto. Fortify the' body attains! illaeas bt purifying all Us fluids wjtU Vineuar Uittkks. No t pideuiiu can take hold of a svstetu thus fore-armed. Directions Take of the Bitters on going to bed at night Irom a half to ono and one-half wine glassful. Eat good uourtshiug 1'ood, such as beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege tables, aud take out-door exercise, 'i'hey are composed of purely vegetable ingredients, aud contain no spirit, u. ii. Mcdonald a co Dntggists aud Uou. Agls.. Sau Francisco, Cttl., A cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.V. apLD BV ALL DRUtiUlSTS J DtALERS. C. H. Whteeler. BOOTS and SHOES. X K EXTIUK XKW srot-K OV KVKUY VAIIllirt ol gooils in this liiin.iust.ro- ceived for tho tiprinir and Summer Trade of lwT-i. 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"-1S12 JOHN S( IIWKNIXGKK. 187S. IS7S MEAD & PAYNE. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Nos. M and 63 MAIN Street PAINKSV11.I.E, OHIO, Have constantly on liaii'l a wcll-sclecteil sorimeni 01 PARI)!! AND CHAM HER SETS, TETE-A- TETES, NKAS, SOFA (MAiltS, KASY CHAIRS, EOUNtiKS. MAIiliKK, M .V 1IOUANY ANU WAI.M;T TOl" OE1TTEE, TABLES We have added to our fovinorVare Itoonis tho room 8 No 51 Main street, which gives us in creased facilities for doing hiiMiiess. Give us a call. No trouble to show goods. D. W. MEAD. GEO. W. PAYNE. 1 -lUt-5 TO BRASS. BAXDS AD ORCHESTRAS. MR. GEORGE BURT, BAND-MASTER OF the Painesvillc Cornet Band, respectfully announces that he is prepared to give Thorough and Efficient Instruction to any Organization, Brass or Stringed, that re quire the services of a teacher. Music Arranged to Order for any number or kind of instruments, in the best possible style ami always to suit the abili ties of the respective performers, of which infor mation must lie given in ordering. Having a very extensive Repertoire, he can hirnish Bands on short notice, with anv stle. from the Sensational to the Classical. Ousdrille Bands can eret all the newest and best Music, of the day for their business Fancy Dances, with Figure, &c, &c After a lonir and active exnerinnce in his nro- i fession, he docs nut hesitate to warrant Perfect Satisfaction. or money refnnderi. 5vvl it ieiiiirtil. I'nviito lsons iriven aud SI ringed Instruiaents. Address nd UEORtSE r.TTIlT, -V. O. Box SST, Painesviiie, Oliio. 1-104-5 LOUIS FREITAG, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of TOBACCO, SXUFF, .(c. CIGARS, THE BEST IX TOWN. PIPES of all grades, from the fiiiel Mccrelianm to uie cneapest i.lay, ana a lull assort ment of all goods found in a FIRST-CLASS TOBACCO STORK. All articles sold at prices which Bef y Competition. 1-101-3 DANTZER BROS. Flour, Peed and Produce Mercliants. Arc connected with one of the LAttfiEST BLOUB 3IILLS OF THE WEST, therefore, can furnUh the WHOLESALE nn 1 KETAILTKAHE with the BEST FI.OCR IN TIIK MAIiKF.T. Also Manufacturers of the Sea Foam Baking Powder. Dantzer Bros. rainesvillo, O. 45-UT-3 New ClotJiiiif House. S. SCHWAB, MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLO T II I E II ! 11 Jr iSTJPEE-IOE, ST.. UXDKTt AMERICAN' HOl'SK, Cleveland, Oliio. IIT.VVE.int oiM-ncd w eomph'to stock of rith a new. lar-v- amt KRKXC1I. EXCT.ISH. CKIJM AX AN1 AM KK1CAX. CLOTHS. (WSS1-Ml-'liES ,t VKSTIXtJS. And having in my employ a Competent Cxi ti er. I am now pi-epartil lo nial.e tip for ciistomert iraruiculs w hlch arc AVARRAXTKO IX KVKUY RKSrKCT, AXI AT TUK VERY l.mVKS'l' RATKS. READ Y-M ADE. I have on hand a large and selecl hek of a! grailes vvhieh, when exainitied. vamioi fail l (lease, tioods in all cases warranted a-; repre sented. ;iki.i- DENTISTRY. M. L. WRIGHT, Operative and Ueclianical ClIAHDOl,, OHIO. 4 I.I. onprnt Ions nrrrUrmod In tJio moU sfcii- V. iut miimu'r, mu in atvortlntire with tho AvtiUi'iftt tOOth lllbOl'tOtl OH IDC till 1)1 liUSO. ( liildtfii's Teeth ivxtvucled wHlumtclitusrc. tvinirmithiiiif- but tho vovy IkwI nualitv oi matoviul iu tho inan ulHctuiv ol' IMutos nnd iVctlHixt having hutme l ict 1 tW'l comldcnt in -ivingbuti&l'iiciiuu U my IHUivni iu every :trti.:ulur. AIL WOltK WAlUiAXTED. ' Cull and exftiuiuo icciuieu. SBarft