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. STATE triCKIW.
Uortmor, Kdwari ". Xoyes; tarui expire
J?ieut?ninMTernor,Jab Jtueller; term ex-
Dim January 1K74.
Secretarv or State, Isaac Sherwood; term ex
Hires February NH4.
Treasurer of State, 8. S. Warner; term expire
Auditor of State, Jarae Williams; term ex
pires February 1H54.
Comptroller of Treasurer, W.T. Wilson yerm
expire February .
Attorney General, Frederic B. Fond; terra ex
pire February 1874.
omiuMioucr of School, Tbonia W . Harvey ;
Term expires February 1874.
Board of Public Works. Kichard K. Porter,
term expire 187S; Phillip P. Herxing: term ex-
PtV.n. Assessor, Joel Hoolittlc. Office over
Jllackmors A- Baker's clothing establishment.
II ATS, CAPS, etc.
Thkbc have been m Any muring scenes
this week which, combined with the zeph
yr from the lake have brought tears to
not a few eyes. .
.SlNCB the weather has been so fine.buei-
ness men, find time to go out with their
rLII-DEALER IS BOOKS. I bank accounts Ac, instead of sending Hhe
JH. A aCHV, DEALER IS HATS, CAPS,
a Furs Trunks and Gent's I urnihing Goodf,
Muodev's old stand, TJ Main street, Painesville.
2t Lm stationery. Fancy Articles, H all Paper,
KUi, .tc, Alain street, s-memc umn.
a ROC JIMS.
MM. ROOT 1EA1EK IS UKOIUIU,
. Provisions. Fruit, Confectioneries, Ac
ta Main street, Painesville, Ohio.
boy," as they have done aU winter.
Lovers of good music will be glad to
learn that the programme delivered on
Easter Sunday at the Episcopal church
will be repeated to-morrow (Sunday).
Amonu the names of the officers, of the
army of the Potomac, appointed by Major
Gereral Joseph Hooker, as niemocrs ot an
executive committee to make arrange
ments for a reunion, we notice that of our
townsman Captain P. F. Young. The
meeting will be held on the Tlh of May and
ill undoubtedly be one of the plcasantest
occasions that has presented liseit ior a
long time. Atleast no effort will be spared
to make it so.
JH TAf LOB, Jr., UKAIiKlN l.K
, CEK1 ES A X D PKO VISION'S of all kinds.
A certain grocer in town announces by
Cih raid for Butter and Eggs and all kinds of cara mat he Keeps -caneu iron uu
Judge of Common Pleas,
Judge of Probate,
Sheriff, - - -
Prosecuting Attorney, -
County Commissioners, -Coroner,
- M. C. ClSFlILS
- U. N. TfTTLB
I, S. Childs
B. D. Cheskev
- K. Hl'STINUTOS
tSiaeos C. Hickok
JAbnsb M. Pabmle
James H.Tatlok 1
Produce. Best of Flour and l eas kept constant
ly on band. No. 1W State street, Paiucaviue,
TOI KN AL, JOB OFFICE ALL. KIN us
of Plain and Ornamental Printing. Ofuce
! No. 114 Stoekwell Mouse Block. Main street. -
Of course he means "canned fruit," but
men do not always spell as well as they
Office Second Story W ilcox Block.
Councilraea, . -
Justices of the Peace,
Infirmary Directors, -
II. P. Sax ford
I. W. Cbopoot
IV. !. ADAHS
S. K. STAGE
A. U. GABPtCLD
B. II. WOOIIKAX
S. K. GBAT
w. wr. oisotrr
Fbasklik Rook a
!E- HrvriKon J
SS. T. Ladd
EllXMTIXCSTOX, ATTORNEY AND
. Counsellor at Law. Collections prompt
ly attended to. Office, Moodey's Block, Paines
ville, Ohio. .
CI EOBGE E. PAIXE, ATTORNEY AT
t LAW, and Notary Public, over the Fot
onicc. Painesville. Ohio.
TAILOBS, in the Store lately occupied by
N. M. t isner, rainesviue, irniu.
TTABELER DUKE M EKCHAST
I l t a itjirs and dealers in Clothinir. Hats.
Caps, Furnishing Goods, 4i, Milwaukee Block,
Ax old lady living between here and
Mentor who bad some clothes stolen from
the line, offered a reward of fifteen cents
and a pound of catnip for the detection of
It ia a noteworthy fact that although
certain ladies are ready to exchange their
proper attire for the garb masculine, yet
they do not in the least object to the bustle
of public gatherings. .
The "Patent Invertible "Water Trough"
ia finding many hearty endorsements of
approval from those who have seen or used
it. See the advertisement which F. J.
Goldsmith has in another column.
The fact that in this season so many
look upon the "sunny side" is accounted
for y the accompanying fact, that that is
the side npon which all of the "girls" take
their daily exercise in perambulation.
WTW . PKTTIUGKLL.PATENT AGENT.
VV All business entrusted to me will be
promptly attended to.
HO Alt D OF EDUCATION.
Miss AorsTA Hawlbt, - - Principal
Da. H. C. Beabdslxb, - . . - President
II. P. Sakforp,- , . - - -. Secretary
D. W. Mead, Geo. W . Steele,
S. A. TlSPVL, A. L. TIKEEB.
BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAJHIMEUS.
H.CBeardsley, 'jOB!C'CLEO0, Job Vf.
' .' ... .. Tyler.
Hold meetings for examination of teachers at
High School Building, Painesville, on the last
Saturday ia every month except July and Au
gust, at o'clock a. tf. . . .
. j . . ...... h. C. Bsabdslct, President.
Johs W. Tyler, Clerk. .
. WINTER ABBANGEMENT.
- office noi'ss :
Fran TS A. M. to 7 P. M. Sundays HM to I P.M.
if ails Mr art :
Going East, - - 11 39 M. and :11 P. M.
Going West, - - S8A.M.andP. M.
Middlefleld (Mondays and Tuesdays), 10 A. M.
. . mails aebive:
From East, 5:S8 A. M. and 5 P. H.
From West, . - 9 M. and 11:11 P. M.
Cleveland (special), -- - - 5.J P. M.
C hardou, ------ 9 M A . M.
Mlddletleld (Tuesdays and Fridays!, BKaJ P. M.
tetters should be left at the Poatoffice ob
OCR before mails depabt. '
Letter will be readv for delivery oke al
bour after trains arrive, except mails received
at night, which win Be aeiiyereu next morning.
Ttton Placed in the Outside Letter Box
nn to U o'clock P. M. will be sent by the nigbt
UAvnus a. a a&.a, . w.
TWHITAKEB) BOOK BINDER AN O
s Blank Book Manufacturer, tbird floor, cor
ner of Main and St Clair streets, Painesville, O.
WOOD9IAN V BRANCH DEALERS
in all kinds of Pine and Hemlock Lum
ber, Shingles, Lath, Posts, Dressed Flooring
Siding, Jtc Office 0 State U, Painesville, O.
OH.1 M'HWEvntiEH, DEALER IX
FUBNITCKE of all kinds, corner of Main
and State streets, over French's Grecery, Paines
ville, Ohio. Custom Work a specialty.
It is noticed that some of the trees in the
park are beginning to bud, and the pro
cess is likely to advance with a rapidity
proportioned to the retardment of veset
ation bv the nnusual severity of March. '
The new descriptive term for sheep
which have been injured by dogs is "mas
ticated." -It is used by the Cuyahoga
Falls Reporter, and is , to say the least,
original and shows great adaptive genius.
-' Thosk who have become callous to the
terrors of "moving" say that itis this year
one ot the tileasantest things imaginable,
because the weather Is better for this busi
ness than it has been before "since the
war."" ' " " ' ' ' 4
The exercises at the meeting of tbe Lit-
A newspaper does not always ...
the news, or even news items of topics of
merest. This is often because of inabili
ty to collect, and oftener from unwilling
ness to publish a painful truth. Appropos
ol this we learn by private authority that
there are in Geneva and vicinity, several
casesof spotted fever, and yet ofthiscon
tageous nialadv the Times of that place
has not even warned the people of the
community, or surroundings.
"OCR" band, for a time left in poor con
dition by the absence of its leader and
several members, is now stronger than
ever, having two musicians from the Van
Winkle Troupe among their number.rhat
the organization is a good one, cannot be
doubted by any who have heard the music
which has been discoursed by it during
he past few da vs. There will undoubtedly
soon be an opportunity for all to hear and
utlge for themselves, as a concert is con
It is said that Messrs Hine & Kice of
Youngstown are to remove to this place,
which they will make their permanent
home. 1'he former is a brother of II. Ii.
Hine, Esq., our towLsnian, and several
weeks since purchased the handsome res
idence on State street, belonging to Air. J.
H. Clark. The latter, Mr. Rice, has also
found a very desirable place upon "the
Avenue" which he intends to occupy, and
which we are informed is the one owxed
by the late Mr. Win. Young.
FAZE PHOTOGRAPHER AND W HOLE- I erarv Club next Fridav evening are VloV
SALE Dealer ia all kinds of Photographer's I " , ,,.il:(ii; V.anv
stock. Frames, c, at Clapsadel'a old rooms, ted to the followtog gentlemen Essay, A.
BREHJIK has tbe best BARBERSHOP
. In town, tntAaul tmetpUon. T Main su
TABLE rF CONTENTS. T;
P. Baldwin; Optional eserciscs, L. B,
Gibbs: Discussion, Messrs. Cavendish
and Alvbrd." " ' -.---.....
A -Royal Hat
Jam Jfc C arrol I
J. C. Beard
..AtttKt Ytar Hound
. Georgs Jtaedonaui
Tkt Tttotttf JtiniSerlalA Aulltor 0 Tkt Maid
Aiuedotfo Public Mm
Washington Sundti Morning VhronimU
Pirtttdt SeUne.. Jam B. KiehoU. M. D.
Lake tthwre wni miclaiKam ssalhtrn
PASREXGElt TRAINS WILL BCS AS
follows until further notice:
(Atlantic Day C'iuc'ui Special
btatioxs. Express Express Express N. Y.Ex
Cleveland . 1.45A.M. 11.05A.M. 4.10r.M. lOUF.M.
PaiuVsville &401.M. ILMl.s. SMu. UOr.M.
Madison... .(a.m. .
eneva.. .. 1S:30P.M. S:S9.r.M
A.btabula.. 9.WA.M. l:41r.M. 6A6P.M. 11MP.M.
Krie. ........ IU.50A.M. a:10p.M. 7:15r.M. 1.80.AM.
Sp'IClii Toledo Pacidc ) Steam
tations. cago Ex Express Express boat Ex
Erie. 8.40a.m. I0.KIA.M. 8:20f.m. 1.05a.m.
Ashtabula.. 4.&4A.M. 11.49a.m. 4unr.M. SJ7a.m.
Geneva Viwir.n. 8.3 A.M.
Painenville 5.41A.M. IS:Mf.m. SS9F.M. 4.08a.m.
Willou'b'y lir.M. 4.3iA'.M.
Euclid 1:41 P.M.
Cleveland.. 5.83a.m. SHI&r.M. 6:80p.M. 5.S0A.M.
A PUa for jttght Air.
A n Old-fathio-ud MotKtr. . .
CrimM and CooualiUo ..
A netcert to Correspondent. .
Sltecial Correspondence 0 'the Journal
Waif from our Reader
ILocaU from Other Loeatitie
Market, Home and f oreign
Tommy' Punishment . .. 1.
Peligiou Xt tcs
prospectus of ias Journal
Tun following parties made application
for marriage licenses at the Probate Judge
office during th paat week i J: F. Martin,
for Arthur McAllister and Emma G. Bar-
ras: and Cornelius. Woodford, for himself
nd Lucia C; Petry- '" ir
Wax if MXtMtt tbe clock- 1st the steeple
f the Coneregatiofial 'church'trocs "46t
strike. A tow clock Is a good Institution
when" kept In order, and this one could un
doubtedly be made of much use to our
towns people by slight repairs. r. , ; .
The boys are beginning to dig worms
for bait, and there Is a good prospect for
the capture of many "suckers" as soon as
the appetite of this particular piscatorial
species has sufficiently increased to make
them love the "diet of worms."
STOPS AT ALL STATIONS.
IVsCleveland 4.80 p.m I Ar.at Conneaut 7.4S p.m
L'rt Conneaut 5.40 aon Ar.at Clevel'nd 8.45 a.sn
Tbk train troln cr wes
7:1 A. M. Going east passes Painesville at 5:59 I
The Special Chicago Express rnns daily except
The 1:4.5 a. m. train from Cleveland and the
8:40 p. m. train from Erie runs on hundays.
. OH AS. F. HATCH, Gen'l Sup'l
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 3. A Daly,
jPastor. Services on Sunday at 10J A.
M. and 7P. M. Church Coaiference on Thurs
day evening at Hi o'clock. Bible Service, to
w hich old and young are invited, at IS o'clock
AL Walter C. Tisdel. Superintendent.
T. JAMESCHURCH Rector, Thomas B.Welle,
304 State street. Service 10i A. M. and
J. M. Bundav School at Vlvi P. M. Horace
31. E.CHlRf;H Youmans, Pastor. Services
every Sabuatn at lus A. m. ami 1: j.
Sabbath School meets at 12, P. M. . S. Voung,
PAINESVILLE PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM A.
O.Smith, Conductor. Miss L. Wbitinore, Guar
dian. Services Sabbath at 1U4 A. M.
THE CHRISTIAN" CIirRCII Pastor. J. W. In
gram. Services at 10?; A. M. and 7tf P. M.
Sabbath School at IS P. M. V. D. Hyde,
Superintennent. rrayer jaeeting on a nnrsaay
evening at !i o'clock.
THE BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor, E. A. Stone.
SnrvicM at Iftu A. M. and thi. P. M. Sabbath
'. School at 1 M. C E. Brink, Superin
.tendeut. Prayer Meeting every Thursday eve-
mtng atiji o-ciock.
S5T:'MAKY,S't;HCBCH,(t'atholic) John Tracer,
Pastor. Services everv Sundav at 8 A. M..
10i, a. M. and Hi P.. M. Sunday School at
o'clock P. M.
TW,G MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Ufecary Booms II Main street. Prayer Meet
ing every Tuesday oveniug.
They are laughing in the meadow, '
They are smiling in "tbe dell;
Upon the woody hill-tops
The blue-eyed beauties dwell:
And nnto those who love them
A pleasant tale tbey telb
Thev speak ef sunny weather,
of birds and babbling brooks.
Of walks within the forest glens,
And rest within its nooks.
And many a dreamy fancy
Recorded not in books. .
From fallen leaves and withered
Tbey mischievously peep.
And laugh at later flowers
Unwakened from their sleep.
While tenderly they guard them.
And loving virgil keep.
In modest maiden beauty
Some blush along tbe way.
While others fleck the meadows,
Or br tbe fountains stray.
In white or blue habiliments
To greet tbe April day.
Tbey seem at frolic ever.
Now hiding from my sight,,
And then together clustering
As if in half affright, ' ' ' -
Yet consctous of their holtdav,
Aud happy in the light.
No other coming flowers
To uio are dear as they,
Of those that bloom in April,
Or in the genial May ;
I would that thus to comfort me
They evermore would stay !
For tales of vanished childhood
To me they sweetly sing.
And to the lading memory
They recollections bring
Of home aud loving faces
A precious offering.
Unplnoked I leave them growing
Full thick about my feet;
I cannot call them townward
From out their fair retreat;
No refuge has the city
For anything so sweet.
The story that they tell me , , , ,
Of pleasure and content, '
Of hope and trusting confidence
However faith is bent
Thut lesson I can bear away . -i
To teach it they were sent.
Thk streets which are now in poor con
I dition, it is hoped, will be looked to and
"acted upon" by those having the matter
In charge. The weather, which is such a
to make everything uncleanly show itself,
is nlso juat tho right kind for labor.
lp tbe old maxim "The early bird gets
the worm" be true, some of the employees
of this office need never fear ot being
troubled with any superfluity of bait
which will be said in consideration of the
near approach of the fishing season.
ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Lake County Agricultural Society at tho
Court House last week, it was decided
that the fair,this year, should beheld upon
the 25th, 26th and 27th days of September,
Xo other business fimportance was trans
Thk river was materially raised by the
rain on Sunday last, and the ice has "gone
out." Blue water is to be seen in the lake
although the surface within three or four
miles of land is still frozen. Sow that
"the ice has been broken" spring will un
doubtedly be more propitious. ' '
The only change, so far as we learn.to
take place in the management of the
schools,are that Miss Carrie Boy is to take
Miss Alice Reed's place in the St. Clai
I street school, while Miss Charlotte Reed
is to return from W ashmgton and re sume j
charge of the grammar school. !
Mr. P. Bknnbtt who has for some time
occupied a house upon St. Clair street has
removed to the place upon State street,
near Main, known as the "Pltelps Place."
The house is large and well arranged to ac
commodate boarders, and of course more
can be kept than in the former residence.
AVE are informed that steam is to be put
into the Lake Erie Seminary building dur
ing the cdming summer, and that a gentle
man connected with a large steam fitting
establishment in the east was in town this
week, taking measurements and making
calculations as to the power necessary to
warm the rooms. . , . - -.
neteorology for narcla.
The followiug vfas reported for the
Journal by Mr. K. i Ferris, of Little
thermometer in OPEN AIR.
Mean reduced to freeeing
Amount ot rain. -.
Amount of snow
Jaatic stnsl the Justices. .
There has been but little going on before
.the Justices this week, those persons hav-
ng a desire to go to law baving undoubted
ly got all the satisfaction they needed at cticajforniwi; Herald of tbe 27th ult., gives
th e following description
the recent term of the Court of Common
Pleas. The following cases were brought
before John Cavendish, Esq. F. D. War
ner entered complaint against one Cbas.
Radcliffe, and obtained judgment. Tbe
case of Finiey McGrew vs. B. M. French
is still Dendiusr. Jas. H. Taylor, Jr.
Easter services were held at St. James'
and St. Marv's Churches, in the. usual
manner. The Altar and the surroundings
near the chancel were tastefully and beau
tifully decorated. Rev. 3Ir. Wells preach
ed in the morning a very marked sermon
on "Death," and iu the evening, his fare
well discoursa was listemed to by a large
audience-. Tho. musical selections, or
which we gave a programme in our last
issue, were unusually fine, and formed
aji attrafettve feature m the services. - -
Jous C'avendi&h Esq., advertises else
where iu this paper, the agency of the
Alps-Insurance; Company.-,.. With the
showing of an aptually paid np capital of
fijO.OSO.OO and large surplus, it cannot fail
to offer good security and perfect indem
nity against loss, to those who may seek
its protection. the central office is at
Erie, Ptt.j and Mr. John Fertig, formerly
of this place, is one ol the directors, than
which no greater assurance can be given
as to its carelul management or its relia-
bilityv r i.
The GirardCosmopolite comes to our desk
again, after several weeks suspension,
aud it is needless to say is a welcome vis.
itor. It is now under the management of
Messrs. J. & CM. Bender, who.it is be.
lieved by all who know them, will hold the
paper up to the high standard which it has
attained under previous proprietors. It
still retains runny of the old beads and is
much the same as formerly in its general
"make up," which is a compliment to Mr.
Stowe who has long been its successful
One of the greatest evils and aggrava
tions resulting from the practice of play-
iug upon a wind instrument, and espc .
ly those used in brass bands, is the sore
ness occasioned by the contact of the met
al with the lip, and the tircing and weak
ningofthat part by the continued labor.
Musicians have long felt the need of some
article which, would remove or obviate
these inconveniences. This has een
found in a preparation known as Burt's
Magic Embouchur Restorative. This
" stiffens" the lip and is beneficial in all its
results. The patentee is Prof. Geo. Burt,
our townsman; and the restorative has
been used by the members of our band for
some time with good effects.
C name nee latent .
The junior class of Hamilton College, at
Clinton, X. T, held their exhibition upon
Wednesday, the 27th ol March; which day,
savs the Vtica Herald was so lino that it
54 desrees. i added largely to the happiness of the occa-
. . 3 degrees, sion : and great Iv to the number of the vis
f -ji 1 ....
--'" 1 Itors. The Stone Church was full to over
flowing. The programme, which was a
very large one, and was divided into two
equal parts, one for the day, and one for
thd evening, was also an unusually fine
one-, and was listened to throughout with
the most marked attention, and received
tbe most encouraging tokens and manifes
tations of applause. We notice in the
programme the nameof Mr. Oliver Ernesto
Branch, of North Madisou, O., who deliv
ered an essay upon "The Legacy of Chiv
alry to English Romance," of which the
. .29.000 inchest.
.. 1.006 inches.
an answer, he rushes up our modern Wall
street (for of course we shall have one.)
to the "exchange," where mauv other ex
cited busiuess men like himself are aux
iousiy waiting, talking over '-insurance
policies," "pslilics." -navigation," and
"whether they think they will lose by their
last speculations or not." In one word the
quiet little city and town can uo longer
know what rest and quiet are. As the
summer draws near, people will be hast
ening to leave for summer resorts. You
ask what all this hurry, noise, 1. d bustle
means? and your answer is "b"jiness."
Street cars wait for you at every 01 ner.
Seminaries and graded schools of every
kind will spring up in our midst, also
churches of great style and magnificence.
An increase of one hundred thousand in
habitants or so yearly, in short we are to
have a second Chicago, only on a greater
plau. But every city baa its drawbacks,
and Painesville surely has one. Being
-situated so near to Wilson's Corners it
will have to strive continually for tbe mas
tery, hence these places must be life-long
I suppose you have learned the lesson
intended for you, that railroads bring busi
ness, and business brings people, and peo
plt and business make cities.
WAIFS 1'ROn OIR READERS B
tyOTICZ- Whil th columns of th SOCR.VA L
are alvxty open or th publication of article
upon every ubject of interest, so long as they shall
eotttain nothing of a personal or offensive nature,
yet the JCdUor doe not in any leap hold himr-er
responsible for the rUvs thai may bs adranoed bu
the mereral ovthor.)
Editor Jocrxal: la your issue of the
80th of March, a certain pastor, over his
signature, makes an endeavor to square
up the oolique points of his prior invita
tion, publicly given to criticise his lec
tures on the truth of the Bible. Had be,
when he. first gave the invitation to crui
se, stated bis desire was to meet his
quently." I invitation, or to have wasted an hour pa-
Mr. Branch was also elected " Poet" of tiently listening to garbled' in.,". ..nak -ar-
the class. 1 guments iron aia pastor in 111s puipit.
ana It IB equa uuuuiiui nueiuut uiiy ui
Pkraml raltnn 1 tue numerous u tciuiiiivt.it 111 tins jm.iii,
Pavucalt-Blinrc. I ,.l. ne "in Hlem-nr. in
Probably there is nothing more neglec- I tnia Communitv," would have been there
ted throughout the country in the way of either. lie has no doubt of the pastor's
A a to what the herald education, than those particular exercises honesty n his convictions, ana eqiiaiiy so,
1 ' - 1 r-a otii run sn-iniipii p pmpni
" Mr. O. E. Branch, bad chosen a good
subject and handled it well. The speaker
first defined chivalry and glanced at its
origin and hi6torv. The general supposi
tion was that knights were but aimless
dreamers, without a mission. They bad.
at least, one mission the legacy they left
brought suit against Myron Canueld, but o English ,
in his poetry, Not until the age ot Walter
Scott, however, was the most complete use
made of these legends, nnd they did Bl
owing to various hindrances the attach
ment is still pending. Xo cases are re
ported by either Justices Harris or Huntington.
Tbe State FsUra.
The articles on the subject of the State
Fairs and the State Board ot Agriculture,
which have appeared in the Journal of
most everything for him. In our own time
these same legends, embodied in poetry.
rave to Tennyson much of bis fame, teu-
uyson createa me iuvis 01 tue mugu, mj
Idvls or tbe King made Tennyson, and so
long as they remain the world will not for
trot, th lev-ncv of c hi alrv to romance."
Mr. Branch was one of the finest speak
ers of the afternoon. Ills oration was
tho nact two nr three weeks, ana wul3D
I amonfr the foremost as regards merit. Ilis I .
Utt ? uccu vwtitt AUB.w A I " - ... . , . - I Vine, BlHtcu urn uron j v uo w isivvti a
Ders. apparently do not suit the taste of argumeuu, illustrations jand descriptions crU.i9er9 "afterwards" in his rooms
pers, apparently - ao hot l" were presented gracefully, calmly, elo- would not uavc condescended to notice I
Lilt; Lievvinuu ncruHi, m,. v. ... --w-
quite anxious about the dividends on his
stock in the Northern Ohio Fair Associa
tion. His assertion that the State Board
of Agriculture has been rapidly sinking
its funds, is sufficiently contradicted by
the article of Mr. Klippart in our last
means by the "hostilliies being so happily
terminated" on the part of the Northern
tr the pastor's assertion.
1 do not come together to jn-
The West Williamsfield Cheese Factory
which was recently destroyed by fire, has
been replai-ed tv one ot superior b.iild,
and is now in running order Citizeus
residing near the Lake shore complain of
petty thieves, who are not above taking
sap buckets and other small articles " ly
ing around loose." The concert given
last f Friday) evening underthe direction
of Miss I.atimer, was in every way a Hue
entertainment, i-roi. namicii asKiKieu in
arranging the programme. Geneva Times.
Van. G. W. Scolield, who has represen
tee. lUIs Congressional District tor the last
rig', vears, iu answer to the solicitations
of a large number of Wermsn citizens,
urging, Ivtiu to become a candidate for re
nomination to Congress, thankfully de-
eluv's Mr. Orange Liudley, a farmer
residing near Meadvill-.v committed sui
cide, by hanging in his own barn. He was
sixty years ol age, aud apparently of sound
mind. (firard Cvsmnpoh't.
Five young, men, named Anson Diffee,
Edward Crenuel, Christopher Herig. Wil
liam Baerand Jacob Welker. while driving
down tbe bill, between the Clin" House and
t!ie bridge that crosses Rocky river near
there, on Tuesday evening, met with an
accident by which one of them was in
stantly killed, aud-tliree seriously injured.
In descending trie hill some part of the
harness gave way and the carriage came
against the hoi-ays, causing them to run.
They could not be controlled by tbe reins,
and one of tbe wnecjs was dashed against
the railing of the bridge so iolently, that
four of the occupuuts of the carriage were
thrown down the steep embankment, re
sulting in the accident above alluded to.
Mr. Walker who was killed by the terrible
rail was a resident of Toledo," nnd to that
place his body was seut. The three in
jured men were taken to the Patchen
House, where everything, possible was
done to alleviate Iheir suffering On
Monday morning about teu o'clock the
boiler of the Xewburg Chain works ex
ploded, injuring quite severely Mr. Paul
Evans, engineer, Mr. C. Huntington and a
sou of Mr. Thomas Hauuiiell. The suffer
ers are in a fair way to recover. Cfere-..iM-J
Foitlndies',misses' and childreus' Straw
Felt and Velvet nats, go to Paddock's,
No. 221 Superior street. Cleveland, Ohio.
Silver Ware. Of every conceivable
service. - Cake 'Baskets, Oyster Tureens,
Castors, Pitchers for all purposes, Salvers
and in short a complete line of solid and
plated ware at R. S. Wood's, No. 45 Maiu
1 s ,
Corns on the toes,
Corns on the nose,
The worst corn that grows,
Cured by Smith Maryin, .
Eureka Corn and BuViion cure.
No cure! No pay! !
Price only 50 cents
Smith & Marvin, Druggists,
3T6 ' Painesville, Ouio.
We clip toe following from Danforth'a
Light for the World, a monthly magazlna
published in Cleveland, Ohio.
"We commend the following advertise
ment cut from the Telegraph, inserted by
our agency at Painesville, Ohio. It hits
all localities, aud Is fully endorsed by me.
Beware of 'quack' fluid, represented to
be Daulorth's Non-Explosive Fluid. The
genuine article is sold in this place only,
83 Main street. It being a patented article
I have the exclusive right for this place;
and any person pnlming off a spurious ar
ticle for a genuine, would be guilty of sell
ing spurious medicrie to a sick man."
M. L. ROOT.
Oysters. M. L.Root sells those cele
brated Baltimore Oysters by the case or
can. Received daily by express. No. 83
Labiks, go to P. PrnU.-. t'o.'s and -see
the Dolly Vurden prints.
wnicn serve to aeveiope tne inuscuiur or- tratij8tinction
ganization. In the larce cities we find 1 "that debators
Ohio Fair Association, may be inferred by I places where young men and young wo- Instigate their different positions, but to at 2.'clockr'
"Why they are going down to dinner nl
"Say Frank where is tbnt crowd going
t at I see p. inxt'o. h 'street every di-v
the persistent efforts on the part 01 us men, and even children may go ana use -"--- ! and tbe element will .ic-
manage.s in the legislature to break down I such means as are best fitted to tnetr cen- 1 cjare. that their great desire is to get at
stiuitionai peculiarities, cut even wuere
the State Board.
In Honored Places.
Among the New York .dispatches we
find the following item, which will prove
of interest to many in this locality, on ac
count of their friendship and well wishes
for Messrs. L. S. Stoekwell, A. B. Stock-
well and J. Parmly, who were once our
townsmeu: ... . - ... :
' The recent contest for control of the
Panama Railroad Company resulted in the
triumph of the opposition party, repre
senting tbe Pacific Mail interest. The
contest for control was unprecedented,the
whole capital stock which was entitled to
vote being represented, with the excep
tion of about five hundred shares. The
following are the new Directors: Henry
Clews, William H. Aspinwall. David
Hoadley, Francis Skiddy, H. H. Baxter,
J. D. Smith, Alexander Masterson, Fred.
Billings, F, W. G. Bellows, L. 8. Stoek
well. A. B. StockweU, G. L. KingelaBd
and J. Parmly. The prospects of the road
are considered much improved by this
union of steamship and railway interests.
these advantages are afforded, they are
seldom appreciated, and one of the most
beneficial of all institutions (the gymna
sium) is neglected. . Tbe importance of
proper exercise is realized but by few, and
although such men as Dr. Dio Lewis have
written upon It and produced good argu.
the truth of everv question, by lair and j
honorable means only .and the unprovoked
insinuation by the learned gentleman,
only goes to show up the status of his own
mind. He denounces from the pulpit cor
rectly called cowaras uastie, tnose ue
dare not meet in public discu siou, but I
takes good care, that the same audience
shall not have at tnat time, an opportunity
to hear and judge the opposite argument.
ments in its favor, the great mass even of O consistency, thou art a jewel, but when
k'. ..i..(hi...w...if people as a c ass adopt it? T he
v,, j - I pastor savs, 1, "inaica'.e no sianaara, dv
Ressr wltb 17b.
For a time on Thursday, Main street was
barely passable In consequence ef an em
barrassing barricade of living curiosity
huuters. The occasion was the advent of
a brown bear from the barren wilds of Cal
ifornia whose tricks were performed at
the direction of a keeper rejoicing in the
euphonious name of De Bare. Its motions
were interesting, especially when acceV
eraicd by tbe insertion of plna on the part
of vouthf"' -.u'mirers. This pastime, how
ever, was speedily stopped by the proprie- j cuiture.
.r, when he discovered It, and tne com
mand to forbear, delivered in a baritone
voice was promptly obeyed, which made
it decidedly pleasanter for the bear. But
when all the nickles had been gathered in
that could be, the bear, iu company with
De Bare, left and.the crowd dispersing, the
street resumed its comparative bear ap
of the physical strength and agility which
they are capable of. Work does not an
swer the purpose, for work stiffens, rather
than makes supple, tbe frame of those who
are its closest followers. Tbe secret of the
success of a proper course in gymnastics
or calisthentics, seems to lie in the fact
that while the body is pleasurably exer
ted, the mind is also free. Bodily exercise
is not only the best safeguard against bod
ily ills, but also the best promoter of a
healthy mind and . vigorous- intellect.
While to one who is at the desk or the
counter all day, it gives the muscular ex.
ercise necessary to the manual laborer
It affords a counterpart of that whick has
busied bim. These remarks have been
suggested by the fact that a good gymna
sium has Htely been started in town, and
by tbe knowledge of the small extent in
which the youth of this community have
availed themselves of past privileges. It
Is to be hoped that the new Inssitutiun
which to determine and judge 111 either of
tbe propositions." I would inform bim
that th'; standard, is the intelligence and
disciiminating ability of tbe audience
(and the la gerthe better) who have heard
DOlu Slues, llUU n no will 111u ui, uio ier-
miuus of debatis. which party has produ
ced the strongest arguments and proofs.
the majority to decide, as tno learnea 1-.
has referred to all of us, a text from the
Bible, 1 return tho compliment. Proverb
12, verse 22, ana contra to same, 1st jvings
2d. verse 22: 1st Tim. 2d, verses 3 and 4,
and centra to same, 2d Thes. 2d, verse 11;
Natb. 10th. verse lu, and contra to same.
1st Cor. 1st, verse 19; Romans 3d. verse 23,
and contra to same, James 2d, verse '.'0;
John 3d, verse 13, and contra to same, 2d
Kings 2d, verso 11. 1 uese are a lew oppos
ing texts to begin with, a host mom are
FBOfl OTHER LOCALITIES.
The miners ernerallv throughout this
valley are demanding an advance of twen.
Bonnet's boarding house on State street."
Gknts call and see the celebrated Lewis
De Groffs Fr;nch Calf Boot, sewed and
pegeJ, madei 1 the city of Njw Yoik. -
302 - . T.P. Wihtb.:
T. S. Paddock at No. 221 Superior street
Cleveland, -Ohio, keeps a large stock of
Ladles Furs, and pays p irtxnlar attention
to altering and repairing old silks.
FiFrT4ne w Ottoman Shawls just receiv
ed at P. Pratt ft Co.,s -
I will warrant every pair equal if not
superior to custom work and will sell them
from two to five dollars less Ilium you can
get the same made to order. . .,
"92 . . . . 1 T. P. Whits. .,
For Trunks, Valines, Buffalo Robes.
Satchels, Umbrellas, &c go to Paddocks,
Ao. 221 Superior street, Cleveland Ohio.
ALL the new sty le of spring dress goods
just received at P. Pratt A Co.'s
French Clocks.-New, fantastic nd
.u iginal. The most complete assortment
.11 town at U. S. Wood's, No. 45 Main St.
T. S. .Paddock, manufacturer, and has
constantly on hnud all varieties of Fire
mens, Police mid Military Caps, with ail
coal. This aotion is taken in pursuance
of a vote-ef the urana council ot tne .vim
mavbenatronized br a larjce class, who ers' Association vbich met at loungs
iimnt roll tn renn a npi-miinpnt benefit " V "S"
ty cents per ton, on the price of mining other styles. Call and see at 221 Superb r
street, Citvjlar.d, Ohio.
Thk accident to Mr. R.F.Benedict,
whiled eeply regretted by all, has not.kow
ever, tuade his old stand any the less a de
sirable place at which to purchase any
thing that may be wanted in the liue of
Boots and Shoes, both lor ladies and chil
dren's as well as for men's wear. Mr.
James Morley,the present proprietor, hav- '
ing bought out Mr. Benedict will be pleased
to see all ofhis old patrous.and will assure
both them and as many new friends as may
favor him with their patronage, that no
pains will be spared to satisfy and please,
not ouly in style and finish-of work, but in.
price as well. Remember the place, at
James Morley's at the old stand of R. F.
Benedict, No. 99 Main street. ,
How is This for High? Wm. Haydn,
of the Globe Mills, Jias just received tbe
First Premium on tbe best barrel of White
Wheat Flour at the Northern: Ohio Fair,
held at Clevelund, Ohio, 1871. Premium,
a Silver Medal. This is indeed a triumph
ior the Globe Mills. .' Some 30 or 40 or tbe
best mills in the west competed for this
medal, but there was no use, tbe old Globe
was put through a course of sprouts in
the early part of the season, nnd has been
turning out flour that wins friends of those
who use it once. Mr. Haydn employs
the best millers to be found, and has in
troduced all tbe ' latest improvements,
consequently be has one of the best mills
in the United States. We are glad to see
liira reap a reward for the liberal expen
diture he has made on the Globe. "Cast
thy bread upon the waters" if you want a
silver medal, :
M. L. Root sells the Globe Mills Flour
GKO V EH At C nion vllle, M arch Jlst, M atild a,
witn of Samuel Grover; aged 6? years.S mouths
and 21 days.
MONROE At the Inflrm?.ry,MarehS7,18W, Mr.
B. F. Monroe, a native of Maine, former res
ident of Wllloughby, aged 30 yeai.
from attention to their neglected physical
A conference of tbe
leading coal ouera ora, at the Tod 'louse.
on Tuesuav evening of last week, 1.1 which
it was Ueciaeu to make tue miners . - ad
vance of ten cents per ton, from thu :oto
of April. It is hoped that this movement
will avert tne aisasiers 01 a siriKe a
Although the first of April was Easter number of the oflieera of the Pennsylva-
Monday, "April fools day," and Election
nia Central R. R. were In town last week,
day, there was nothing that would have "i J:
led a stranger to have suspected that it Eighty thousand dollars stock is reported
was any one 01 tnese, irom appearances 1 to nave oeeu raisru ior ineuew cuicipriw
TKM PL15 LOOGE, No. S3, F. aud A. M. Faines
ville. Meets tbe second and fourth Thursdays
In each mouth. Perry Bus worth, V. M.
rAINESVILLECHAFTKR, No. 46, R. A. M.
jtcets the ant ana tnira tnursaavs in eacn
month.-; K. W. Kelly, M. E. H. P.
FAINKSVILLE CoCNCIU, No. S3, Royal and
Select Masters. Meets Kridays after tbe first
Thursday in each month. J. M, Benjamin, T.
I. U. M.
WIIXOUGILBr LODGE, No. 80S, F. and A. M.
' Wttloaghby. Stated Communications oit-ehe
second and fourth Tuesdays in each month.
W. H. Turner, W. M.
XAKE SHORE LODGE, No. 307. Madison.
Stated Communications every second and
fourth Saturdays of each month. M. O.
Preston, W. M.
PAINESVILLE LODGE, No. 41. Meets on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each month.
. W. Kelly, W. M.
I. O. O. F.
tJOIttflTCOPI A LODGE, No. 918, meets Tuesday
eveniBXS. Officers G. W. Payne, N. G.; a.
J. AsaSrewt, V. U.: W. Doran, K. s.; C O. !
CiUiM. P, .; I. W. Mead, Treag.
rXKrW CAMPMENT, Nor 48, meets every
alternate Wimlnesitav evening. Officers L
V. AxteLC P.; W. Doran. 8. V.: II. R. Morse,
i. W.; 1. Karris. II. P.; C. O. Child, Scribe;
D. W. McadTrea,
.At a parish meeting of St. James Church
on'Monday evening last, the following gen
tlemen were elected to bold office for the
ensuing ' year;- Senior Warden -Anron
Wilcox; Junior Warden Henry Sanford;
VMtrvtnetiv-jJf Ai.SeTraeur, P. R. Faigey
CD. Adams, A. L. Tinker. S. K. Gray,
I. TKinearandCiOSliild.yi 5
The. bouse and lot Upon Washington
street, belonging to tbe estate of Franklin
Williams, diceased,'was at tne sale a few
days since bidden off, by a member ot the
Baptist Cburch, at $2,050. The iutenticn
wasr of converting the bouse into apar-
173 Broadway, and hereafter you had better sonage for the pastor of that denomination
conduct rour eorresnendenco directly with but for some reason, tbe property was
E. A Jf., (Ottatca. .Switi)- Your circular has
been received and a note made of its content;.
G. Letter at band. Ton will find desired nuy -e
and adv. in another part of this paper. , : ' .
E. II. A Tour MSS. haa not yet come to band.
although your letter was received sons days
since. We thank you for the promptness of
your returns, and trust yon will meet with all
tbe success you seem to anticipate.
8. W. C, (J!idQvay).ouT chronio was Bert
yesterday by mail. Please acknowledge Its rt
U., Kirttand). We have received s letter from
the firm in reply to tbe one we wrote at yonr
request. Tbey will accept your proposition,
but will require references. Their address is
A habit that Is last becoming rooted
amon-j not onlv the voutb, but boys of less
than ten years of age, is that of driukin
Onlv a few davs since a lad ol perhaps a
dozen years, was so intoxicated that he
could not walk without staggering; while
itis companion a little older had still a
small flask, partly full of liquor, and was
in nearly as bad a conditiou. No more
disgusting spectacle can be imagined than
any one of these which may be seen daily,
or rmher nightly ,upon our streets. If these
children (they have scarcely reached boy
hood)-have parents, they should see that
they are at home, or if that is impossible
at least know their whereabouts. If they
have not relations who will see to their
wnnts and needs, there is ample opportu
nity for a disulav of home missionary
TnERK Is' probably no more difficult of
fice in which universal satisfaction may
be given than that of City Marshall. The
duties devolving upon one who occupies
the position are arduous and often strin
gent, requiring not only the most cool and
decided head,." effectually to carry out the
law, but . muck investigation into
trivial things. -Some persons, must necr
essarilv be displeased, if the. otlieer does
bis dutv, and all, 'or by far tho greater
par, hiivc good reason for dissatisfaction
if be does not do it. With all of the hin
drances Smd perplexities attendant upon
the officer, one who docs well is deserving
of much praise. It shows the appreciation
that our peole have of a man whom they
elect to the position. Mr. Frank Quant was
elected last Monday as Marshall, and all
who are acquainted with him, believe that
he will give' the best of satisfaction., as he
is ably qualified bj his judgment and ex
perience to Hll-tue.ouiecV- ixank lias neon
ior some time upon the polios force, and
litis there" performed hhv work . fithtully
and well. ' . .:Us:t
-1- - - .
A JL. GARDNER. 91. HOMEOA
PH'HIsT and Hurireon. OlficeoverHol-
om'& Gould's Hardware Store, No. TJ Main
s.intfaville Ohio. OHire hours TtottA.
V nisi and 7 to P. M. Residence corner of
.lackson and St. Clair streets.
VT II. jU KM). Itt. IIOMEOPA-
11 . THIST, t Oung- UUKSi, -ainesTiui vnio.
)Mce hours-7 to A. M, 10 and 1 to 9 P. M.
ttesWence StockweU House,
them, as it would be attended with as neb mere
G. T. 1. Tbe missing magazine was remalled
this week. Please inform us If any further
delays should occur.
JsV. . Ve presume that any ef our merchants
can procure the desired patterns, but we hard
ly think it would be safe to trust to onr judg
ment in tbe matter. As yet our experience ia
too limited to entire us to the position of an
expert npon such matters.
April Fool last Monday.
St.'HOOL begins on Monday,
kvkral of the Lelles have ''Dolly Var
den's" in course of construction.. ; , .
T- V. DOW. OFFICE IN MOODEY'8
XV e BLOCK- Ottlcc Hours From 11 A. M.
to 5 P. M.
-X T L. WRIGHT-DENTIST, Office over
-JVXa Tattle's Hardware Store, Main Street,
D. MWTEB, DENTIST, omceover
Lee's Drug Store, Main U Painesville, o.
WllJLIAItl II. IOWLEB, DENTIST,
Milwaukee Block, over Locknood Broth
ers' Store, l'aiuesville, Ohio.
TJ. PRATT, DEALER IS ALL KINDS
, of Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, etc.,
.Main street, Painesville, Ohio.
rl KOROE BlTBT B AN D-M AST Kit OF
w ii. I'-inucvillH Cornet Hand. Instructions
. fc-tven on all kind of Wind an.l Stringed Instru
ments. .Musieurrauk-wi forany number or kinds
t'lustnnncnls. Address P. O. Box tS Paines-
S)ROF. HENRY MJTTER, DI K ECTO R
of the Painesville Conservatory of Music,
uiposer and Teacher of Music, Vocal and In
.trunicntKl. OIHce in Conservatory Builriinjj.
y, 130 St. Clair street. Painesville, Ohio.
The slips at St. James' Church were
rented tor the present year, last Monday
evening. 1 ' .
It has been computed that there were
172S people "April-looled" in this town, on
Monday last. " -
Several yoke of oxen have appeared
upon the street this week, and from the
novelty of tbe thiug, have attracted much
Bev, Mr. Ingram, Pastor of the Disciple
Church of this place, will exchange pulpits
with Kev. Mr. Cooley ot Sewbury, to-morrow
( Sunday ).
Thk spring term at tbe Lake Krlo Semi
nary begins next week. Several of the
teachers and pupils are spending tho va.
cation in town.
The air is filled with the smoke of
smouldering leaves, and every one who
owns a dooryard is making a general
cleauiug np." ,
The Interest taken lu the exhibition at
Union Hall, Mentor, was increased, by the
presence of the band from this plaoe. The
ride, out was not a pleasant one. ' but. .un
doubtedly the presence of the able cerps
of musicians helped to draw an audience,
by. inducing mffny to go," who woUld, not,
had " Fanehon the Cricket," been the only
"TifERK avo few greater miseries than
that to be found in the terrible sound of an
auction bell, accompanied by the power
ful, high-keyed, rasping, piercing voice of
some healthy urchin,, which sounds like
the wail ofa lost soul. Parents if you have
a boy, do not on any account let lain hire
out to.an auctioneer honorable starvation
Modern dentistry has gone so far ahead
ot that of formerdays, that it is with pleas?
ure we call attention to Its advocates and
practitioners. Mr. W. L. Wright, who re
cently bought out the office of X. L. Burns
is prepnred to execute all work that may
be entrusted to him with promptness uud
care. Ave bespeak for him A liberal pa
tronage. Bee his advertisement iu another
Office of Cleric of Court, Lake Co,
Kr. JoVRNAL: Sir By an act of the
Legislature passed on the 20th of March,
1872, the time for holding the District
Court in this County bs been changed
from the 23d of April inst., to the 25th inst
Will you please publish the facts that par
ties interested may govern themselves ac
cordingly.. Respectfully yours,
Pkp.rt BosWORTn, Clerk.
' Paiskkvii.I-H, April lj 1872.
Eg-? -t r aord tnKry
A countryman was endeavoring to eell
some eggs, to one ot our grocera a, tew
days since, when the following conversa
tion took place, caused by tbe grocers re
fusing to give more than twelve and one-
fourth cents per 'dozen:
Country You are the most eggs-acting
mnu I have ever seen.
Grocer 1 never in all my ejtgs-perlenoe
have met a person so eggs-act in a small
trade as you. 1'ou are.really eggs-asperating.
Country You are quit an eggs-pert.
Grocer Come now 1 can't give but 12J
cents for those eggs.
Country-Well then I eggspect that I must
take it, but I think It an eggs-eedingly
low price. I suppose now that you're
eggs-tilting over beating me down a half
cent. At this point our reporter left and
as soon as he recovers from the shock he
inte nds writing up an article on total de
Resignation and Promotion.
Charles T. Hatch, Superintendent of tho
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail
way, having previously tendered his res
ignation, vacated the oflice which for
jearshelia?ield,l.oaoredby theofiicersand I Aut,ey, Rees Davis,
employees, and respecteu oy an tnose w no
have met lilm. He was, In fact, au admira
ble official, and, fulfilling every trust plac
ed in bim, has at tbe same time, as a gen.
tltuian.givensatisfacUon to all with whom
he has coine incontact,whetberin business
or social relations. Mr. Hatch's place is to
be filled by Mr. Charles Paine, who has
for a long time been Chief Engineer of the
road, aud who in tbnt capacity has won
the favor wbjoli is iostmmental in placing
him in tWs-hlgbTToHiri. Railroad men
speak of Mr. Paine in very hi gh terms, of
admiration", iud those who nave had deal
ing with bim, other than tb,at on business,
add also nigh "eieoniums,'i-rfie promotion
ot one man of course, causes the promo
tion of others -and )TtliritiremeBtof the
superintendant and" the "consequent ad
vanceuient of Mr,. Paine, it. has been
fourid necessary to nir the'fljee thus made
vacanfV .which ia to be done: by placing
it in the hands of, Mrr Charles .Collins,who
has been upon the Eastern division, and
bas been long in the employ of tbe compa
ny. His labors as division engineer were
so well conducted, that no other insurance
is needed of his success and popularity
in a position of higher order. It is seldom
that there is a resignation which is more
deeply regretted by those concerned, than
was that of Mr. Hatch, or promotions more
deserved than those of Messrs. Paine and
only. There was but little excitement at
the polls, (or elsewhere for that matter)
and all passed off smoothly. Tbe gentle
men whose names appear upon the town
ship and corporation tickets of Paines
ville, and who were elected, are In every
way well chosen, and are qualified to give
ample satisfaction to t.11 parties.
Below we give tbe returns from all the
townships in Lake -county, which we be
lieve to be corrector
Trustees H. C. BearHslee, A. C. Barto,
Geo. C. Curtiss. Treasurer . A. lis.
del. Clerk E. Huntington. Assessor
John M. Benjamin. Constables A. W.
Stocking, John M. Benjamin, 1. W. Cro-
Mavor Perrv Boswortb. Clerk H. I'
Santbrd. Treasurer T. W. Loomis. Mar
shal Frank Quant. Council S. K. Gray,
Jos. Jerome, C. C. Paige. Trustee of Cem
etery C. O. Child.
Trustees K. Kennedy, W. L. Smith, N.
C. Stoekwell. Clerk Thomas Ilarbach.
Treasurer H. F. Kennedy. Assessor
G. S. Eddv. Constables D. scrauton. A
L. Brown, C. H. Rudd, John Sitterly.
Trustee John Garrett, Don. E. Wil
liams, V. Warren. Treasurer Ira Paine,
Clerk John Clague. Assessor Enos
Tew, Jr. Constables II. French, A,
Sanford. justices or tue reace teo
, Trustees-Stepben Johnson, T. G. Hart,
A. S. Bostwick. cierk wm.ii, aiatner.
Assessor S. F. Whitney, Jr. Treasurer-
Robert KadolifV. Constables Elbridge
tiayden, James tsaker, .
Mnvor Nathan Corning. Clerk J. C.
Tvler. Treasurer O. Haskell. Marshal
E" Uavden. - Council D. B. Hart. Geo.
Dickey, J. A. Allen, T. G. Hart, O. Han
son, S. Beardsley.
' Clerk Theron Woodruff. Trustees
don V ttaknr fir Rlish. Ovifl Manlv
Treasuer A. Wilson. Assessor L. E.
Nve. Constables R. D. Bond. W. H
Trustees A. P. Axtell, L. Hurlbtirt, R.
E. Allison. Clerk jb. . ueiknap. as.
sessor H. Armstrong. Treasurer C. M.
Thompson. Ditch Supervisor Thos.
Thompson. Constables A. A Wheeler,
s. Lockwooo. -
. . '. KIRTLAND. .
P. H. Booth, G. H. Kent, 8. Metcalf.
Clerk W. A. Mat son. Assessor John
Sperry. Treasurer W. P. Whelple. Con
stables John Harmon, a. n. curtiss.
Justices of the Peace H. P. Harmon, G.
of buildinir a furnace by the working uieu
Jur. Hubert uauiem naa a nnger inju.
red. at Cartwrieht.McCurdy & Co.'smill
The enterprise of starting a Welsh,
monthly publication is much talked of
and will undoubtedly be made a reality.
.The water works which bave bee 11 com.
pleted and are now running, give univer
sal BSUSlacuuu A vuytvM .f.ijiatcr
The dwelling of Mr. Ezra Hoskius took
tire near the root, from a stove pipe; and
but for the timely efforts or Airs, ltoskins
and Mrs. Morse, would have been de.
stroyed A cow belonging to Mr. 11. N .
Bancroft ate too much corn meal, und
paid the penalty with death... The trame
of the denot buildinir bas been rained, and
workmen are ousy putting on me sluing.
It will bo reauy ior tne tin rooiers next
week Mr. Georee Sheldon, who lives
about two miles cast of Jefferson, cutting
into a hollow tree a few days since, found
the cavitv filled with reatliers, and the re
mains of insects. The feathers are those
of the common robin, and it is thought
that some of these hibernate there during
a part of the winter Jetterson lias three
drug Btores, three dry goods and grocery
stores combined, seven groceries, one liar.
ness shop, three clothing stores, one eta
tionerv and book store, tw :...rdvare
stores, two sb stores, one jewelry store.
one furniture nre, four milliner estab
lishments, one meat market, three barber
shops, printing oifiue, telegraph office, ex.
nress omce. two noieiN una two iiverv sia-
bles. Professions and Manufacturers next
time. Ashtabula Sentinel
Mr. Sevinour Doming had several very
fine sheen killed, and a larire number bail
Iv masticated by dogs. Messrs. J, B. Har
rison and Geo. sockett nave also had
sheep killed bv dogs, and it is hoped that
tbe offending oanipes may be sumniarially
executed The committee appointed by
the County Commissioners to view and
lav uut the new roan irom cowauoga rails
to Akron, will meet at. the house of Mr
Caldwell on the Chnckery, April 8tb.
tjuyahoga t alis neponer.
The sas well has reached a depth of 612
feet Chief Engineer Slatiferhas a corps
of engineers at work npon the land owned
bv the A. x . az v. c;o., near tne nart,or. A
Don't buy your carpets until you have
seentthe large and elegant stock of new
"et at P. Pratt A Co's It will not be ttu-
HiJGCTERiE. Qjaint, new nud elegant.
The largest und moBt yaried stock of all
the latest and most ornate, varieties of
Jewelry Cases, Work Stands, Vases, Bo
quet Holders, Card Receivers, Perfumery
Cases and all other articles in this line,
suited to uinke the most appropriate pres
ents, at R. S. Wood's, 2Io, 45 Mam St.
T. S. Paddock No. 221 Superior street,
Cleveland, Ohio, bas tbe largest and
finest lot of gentlemen's, ladies' and child-
ren's Hats aud Caps in the city.
Large stock of .embroideries, puffings
and tucxings at P. Pratt & Co.'s .
For Ladies, first-ciass Boots and Slip.
pers, call, this is the store to lind such.
392 T. P. WHITE.
Scotch and American cheviot shirtings
at P. PratL& Co.'s
IN THE POST OF-
J flee at Painesvillct Ohio,, April .-. 187?.
Grand, Miss Maria Irwin, E en
Dnlliver, Mrs .-Sarah - , Rush, Mrs Merle
Donacan. MrsNaucv Smith. Miss KateC
Green, Mrs IluUla Wood. Miss Nellie
Wright, Miss Ellen
Baldwin, Wm B Harris, Albert
Bum 11. JJ MacUiiiran, till KB
Davil. Win Ncttlc-.oii.CP
Guyer, K Teachout, J.icob
J aayer, trwin
Persons calling fur tbe above letters will say
"ailTertlsed." II. K. PAINE. P. M
HELD FOt POSTAGE.
Mr L J McNu t 'ln Creek, Pa.
Joliu IteynoliiB, j. ...n Ca.ci-, j iio.
Airs Elvira fhtsc, v. evciaud, Oliiu.
Mrs Wm Pratt. OUer Creek. Onei.u Co.,"N A.
Now Gents if you want to put on style
and save Five Dollars, enough to take !
your black-eyed Susan cut in the country
to see the ram lis skip and plav, call and
get the Broadway .Boot.
3ihS T. P. White.
I'.iack silks cheaper
Pratt & Co.'s
than ever at F.
W lien you make a person a present vou
ni h s ougm to accompany the same
wllb an elegantly written note. To do
this in a manner satisfactory to vourself,
you must have a good g t'pen, and for
the largest assortment f ." these, in plain
and fancy holders, pearl nd gold, neatly
enclosed in elegant cases, go to It.
Wood's, y o, 45 Main St. -
Dhakk goot care dot you saw dose goots
vat you call Japiuesh silk vot you can puy
of P. Pratt and Gombauv. . Shore vot 1
live you dond got some goots like dot, any
how, aind itt -: .
Painkbville. Auril 5 t P. M.
Exchange easy. ' '
Goldiu New York atno110.v.
tiovernnient siorks nnn. likc snore, 9Ti.
The 7 3-10 Northern Paf-inc hoiitis hplil for knla
by the First National Bank will make a desira
ble investmeut tor those who are conteinilating
an excuauge Of securities or new purchasi .
Price, par nnd accrued Interest.
Idite lilies of bonds or stocks of any kind
sold at the Stoc k Exchange in Now York, for
nifcliisl at small commission by the First Na
Silver larire r-
Sixes ol 1881 cuop i 115 115V
i- lve-iweuncs iiw) cou 111s it
Five-Twenties (lbtH) cou Its 113
r ivc-i wenues (isre) cou. (oiai.. ns
Five-lwrnties (1W.5) Jan. A July. Ill 111 X
Mve-i-wentie (ltwii iih ii,
Five-Twenties (leeSi Ha.1. USi
Ton-Forties IOIvj lUS'
Six's Currencr. . H4.i- H5-
Xotice. Morter for sale, ready for use
and in large or small quantities. - Also
white washing, plastering and fancy col
oring done with promptness. All orders
will receive immediate- attention - Plu.an
typographical plat is being made, prepar- ,eave t,rilera at William Doran's marble I
atorv IU it 11 cnilj v.iiiuiii:ui;viik;ii b Ul num.
The members ot the AshtHlmla Loan
JorBNAi. OrncE, April P. V.
Our reitorts are all made uu to this (Satunlavl
morning, and include the latest qnotntinusfrom
the varioiia noints where market are e-iven.
The qiratHtions of the Painesville alnrket are
prepai-en lor ine joi bmi eacn weeK ny u.
a sknvu o. 9. jiui.aR.
Doings of Cur City Fathers.
At the meeting of the council, held Sat
urday evening. March 30tb, the following
claims were ordered paid: A. L. T'- "
service ns Counsel, f-'iO; Jas. Creadon, ex.
fra service ut; Steamer, $J 50; R. Laroe,
carting Steamer, $1 00; Tbos. Irwin, cart
ing. coal, i 20; J. M. Benjamin, Fire War
den, $8 00; A. Wilcox, paid Special Police,
$3 00; F. Rogers, balance Road account,
$150 93; M. M. Seymour, Superintendeney
Evergreen Cemetery, $100. The reporter
L. Farris, chief engineer of the Fire De
partment was handed in but no action wns
made upon it.
" As the Journal, went to press too soon
to give a- -.?:.ountof the closing exercises
nt tbe High School, on Friday of last week
.yn. produce it in this issue for tbe grati
fication both of those in attendance as
well ( s lies - who lock part in th, e -ercisea.
Jfnsic Patriotic Glee
Composition oteila Cnramiug-s
HA, A, WltLARD, WATCHMAKER
15 and JEWELER, Fnesville, Ohio. N. B.
All work strictly wawnted.
TOCKWELL HOUSE, PAINESVILLE.
J AUKS CVBHKliT, s-rop. vuiuiuu, iw
Maix street wm very dusty, Thursday,
ruiniuding one of samuier more than even
the several awnings which have been put
out by the merchants.
Thk engineers of tbe P. T. E. P.
have changed their quarters from the
house on St. Clair street, to the office late
ly occupied by Major McFarland.
Thk Lindsey property has been bough
by Mr. Fields Warner; consideration
$2,800, Jacob's trials are however not yet
over for on Thursday immediately after
the sale of his property l).e was arrested
upon a tapiose tot old debts, incurred at
court two terms ago. We lesru lliatM"r,
Warner intends refitting tbe estnl.Hhli
iii out, and occupying it as nn office, and
The marriage ceremony of Miss Emma
11 arm 9 and Col. McAllister was celebra
ted on Tuesday last, at i o'clock nt the
residence of the bride's mother. Theol
nclatlng clergyman was Rev. Mr. Wolcott,
of Cleveland, from wblch place came nl
so many of the bride's friends, Mr, and
Mrs. McAllister left in the afternoon of
i the same day for Fort Scott, Kiiiisuh, tak
ing with them the well wishes of their
Real Estate Trtmafers.
Tho following transfers in real estate
have been filed nt the office of tho county'
recorder since our last issue:
Ellen M. Harris to Samuef E. Foster,
Madison, lit acves.
Smith & Hart tn Win. Deluug, Mentor,
lots 0 and 23 or Smith & Hart's division
of the Murray farm.
W'n. Downing to Jus. C Campbell, Wil
lougliby, 2.") acres.
Ja,'ed Thayer to llineliiie Hooper, Conr
cord-, ir aores in lof 10, ti net ?.
Jane Canlield to Mary E. Dewey, Paines
ville, bouse and lot on Eric street.
Geo. W. Porter to Daniel Ryan, Paines
ville, K ncres, lot 6, tract 2.
Smith & Hurt to Sarah E. Green, Men
tor, four lots on tho Murray farm.
John L. Luce to Wesley L. Thompson,
o Hoy, 60 acres in lot 11.
David Cr Hamblin to Dnrius II. Hnn):
blin, Perry, 37 acres iu lots oil and 03,
Greenliff Sinclair to R. A. Vcsey,. Perry,
22 acres in lot No. f.5.
YimpoFition. .. t. ..
Music, (Ciciitt Chorus).
.... Flora Merrill
. .Frank Gilbreath
Hail Silent Night
Composition Nettie Johnson
Declamation tranB Pratt
Composition Nellie Green
1MI1!IC.. j,iriiiii( lienor
Declamation. Arthur Pratt
Composition Anna H hie
miiBii- .iiwu iu 11 1
The exercises were in every way good,
B lowing union care in preparalh n, and
skill in rendering. Tbe music was no
minor part of the entertainment and its
universal line qualities was another proof
of the zeal nnd tact of the teacher to whom
this lira itch is ht trustor).
After the exercises were concluded
Prof. Hnivey, who waspiesent, wascn'.l id
to the stand and upon rising was greeted
with considerable applause. Ills remarks
oeecpied but little time, but much wns
said in bis peculiar way which is seldom
01- never contained iu a long address.
Prof. Harvey thinks that the Painesville
schools are in their standard equal tu any
in tin! statj, and Indeed SO far as tUfi ex
amination record is an index all could
plainly see that the scholarship has been
Fancies that might be Faueta.
True it is only tue composition of a
school-girl whose evident idea wns to cre
ate an extravaganza, but, after, all truths
may sometimes be clothed lp the motley
garb and, at all events, we present It for
tbe consideration of those interested in
the prospects for a rail-road. Perhaps we
owe an apology to the writer for thus giv
ing publicity-without permission to what
was only intended to be beard by, teachers
and mates, but we feel certain of pardon,
from the fact that anything connected
with the road has come to be looked upon
as ol interest to all:
t'niott of Painesville aud Falrport,
as written ky an Infatuated Rati
Wbon tills Important era takes place, we
shall expect to see civilization made per
fect in all itsvaricd forms.
We shall then be able to realize how
great a difference -exists between tbe
Painesville of to-day, and the Painesville
of the short future before us.
Already we have two towns rather a
small city and a town, connected by a
railroad. It is true it is but partly finished,
but enough, of it has been' completed to
make the beginning of these to Wns one.
It will take but a moment for you to imag
ine line after line of bouses you can think
of mansions aud palaces If you choose,
for 1 have not a doubt but that in a year or
two. your expectations will be realized
covering tho vast expanse lying betweeu
these places, fc
Besides tbis, there will )e no end to the
warehouses manufacturing establish,
menls, machine shops, and the like, while
tons of iron and coal will be shipped here
every month, and carried off on tho nor
Oh! my dear friends as you value your
own interests. 1 would advise you to al
traij vote for a railronr'. You now have
the chance of seeing how much it can e'e
for a place. I pray you do not let this on
portunity go by without you are made
Wiser by it ; you niay never Jiave another
We can almost hear tbe whlrof business,
as we pass up the busy streets, One mer
chant meets another, with tho cry "how
high is gold to-day r" hardly wafting for
Association held a meeting at the office of
O. II. r itch. Esq., on the lath of March.
at wtaL-h Mr. F. Silllman was elected
Preside'it aud Mr. A. A. South wick. Cash
ier. .-. .The Jamestown end of the railroad
is beinz ballasted, aud is very nearly fin
ished, two engines and two panes of men
beimr busy an winter neios tinmen
was badlv injured a few r"aye since by be-1
ine struck oy a cor wnicn was barking to
ward mm, ana wnicn ne was prevented
from hearing by the noise of another in au
opposite direction, ills head was seri
ously injured, aud his foot so badly, as to
necessitate amputation. ... ine ice upon
the lake is by actual measurement 20
inches in thickness, which it is said is far
greater than it has been known to freeze
for thirty years Asntalmla Telegraph.
A horse belonging to James Press ran
away, two weeks ago, destroying the bug.
ev. out not materially iniurinir me driver.
Mr. Jacob lJendcr. who purchased the
material of tho Uirard C osnwnolite . is in a
few days to issue a paper, which 11 is ex
pected will, iu many ways merit the ap-
prooation snu support 01 me i.irarit peo
ple. ...The prospect of a new building for
tho Congregational Church Society, seems
to be iu a fair way of success. Some ten
thousand dollars are as good as pledged.
Mr. E. liatcti is now engaged iu -nwing
plans for the projected edifice. Ccuntaat
f riuav niternoona terriuic accident linn.
pened at Tayloi's'croBslng one mile south
of Akron. Mr. Allen llartoug, with hi
son, Monroe, were crossing the track 0!
the A. . u. w. K. K., when the wngon
was struck by the engine of the ligbtnini:
express, carrying them forward eii;ht or
ten rods and throwing the wagon and its
unfortunate occupants upon oue side nnd
the mangled and slain horses tinon the
other. Tbe bov was evidently inatniitlv
killed, and Mr. llortoug suntained fright
ful injuries. A man and his wife who
werestnnding near by, say that no alarm
was given either by whistle or bell until
the team was within a few rods of the
crossing Julius A. Samnerwastheman
who rode on the first passenger car ever
drawn on a railroad in the United States
ana upon too ur sienmnont tiist ever
navigated Lake Erie, He also built the
first rolling mill nnd nail factorv in the
State. .Summit County Hvaeon
Dr. J. AVarner has been antiointcd Post
master at 'fowler's iiiHIh, vice L. F. Mil
Joseph Jackson: :
XX Spriug Wheat Flour
XX KiHi w inter , do ....
X-XX Ambor . do
XXX White . ' - do ....
Graham Flour per cwt .
itucawncat r lour, per rm.
Jt I.OSt. ., .
Somewhere on Main street or the Park
a gold badge set with jet. The body . of
the pin is composed of the two Greek let
ters Zc-ta and Psi and has a name engrav
cd upon the back. -Any person who has
found it or who can give any information
that will lead to its recovery will be liber
ally rewarded by calling at, or writing to,
this olflce. Being a keepsake and memen.
to a reward would be-paid for Its re
covery much greater1 thau its mere intrin
sic value would warrant.
Corn Meal,. fi.OOton 1 40
mop reeo,.... . . ..xo.uoyioa 1 j
Salt, per bbl S 45
No. 1 Mackerel, per H bbl . . IS Of!
No. 1 White Fish, pel- X bbl. 6 60
No. I Trout, per It bbl 5 40
Poisoned to Death.
A healthy liver secretes each day about
two nnd a hnlf pounds of bile, which con-
tains a great amount of waste materii
taken from the blood. When the liver be
comes torpid or congested, it fsil9 to
eliminate this vast amount of noxious sub
stance, which, therefore, remains to poison
the blood and be conveyed to every part of
the system. W hat must be the condition
of the blond when it is receiving and re
'nlng each day two and a half pounds ol
pot....y Nature tries to work off this poi
son t. ough other channels und onrans
th? kidneys, lungs, skin, etc.; but thec
organs become, overtaxed lp perrormlnj.
this lubor, in ndd.tlon to their natural
functions, and can not lot.g withstand the
pressure, but beoome vaiiouslv diseased
The brain, which Is the ireat electrical
centre of all vitality, is unduly stimulated
by the unhealthy blood which passes to it
troin the heart, and It rails to perforin its
office healthfully. Hence the symptoms
of bile poisoning, which are ilulluees.
headache, incapacity to keep the mind 011
any subject, impairment of memory, dizzy.
sleepy, or nervnue reelings, gloomy fore
boilings nnd Irritability ol temper. The
Wood" itself being diseased, as it forms the
sweat upon the surface of the skin. Is no
Irritating and poisonous that H produces
discolored brown spots, pimples, blotches
ler, resigned The defendants in the re- nna other eruptions, sores, boils, carbun-
Corn, shell Ml
Corn, ear. New
Tallow .. 1
Dressed Hog. ......
Dried Apples ...
Cireen Apples ..
ii a v
.. .1 60
.. oc3 co
.. 15 18
..1 sr&s 00 1 15
.. 7- 1(1
!100 1 SH
CltvKLasn. April 5.
The followlne are the wholesale selliua- urio,
whii-h are eaJvliillv revised ami cori-wted, '1 he
rejMirt of the sales of Krain alwavs indicates the
price from store unless ot herw ilse deslnatMt :
FLor s T'le market is Him and tin. ueniand
fair. We Quote as follows: -
vitv-nmde XXX white , . 8 Co
A. amiK-r s vcv.t- Ml
" XX red No. 1 TUijtd.tl
, X red No. 7 ,40,7 7
iJouutry-uiRiic XX white S:&t ru
" - nvl -lAhk 0-
.. " XX amber ;.(.',.
" X rel S ";-(ft1 UU
"ryuorR Quiet, at ""'.50. '
WaiiaT Nc. 1 roll (S;Ko. o. at ll
IXI At tn e Slid tie.. . . . al.-t Jt . .
i-hcl'edat 5 from store.
Oats At 43c tor No. 1 M.ve.
RYK At 75c for No. S.
Bari.lv At -;0t.tl,0Uc tor good te choice.
Pobk At 1S.) for No 1 Mess: lii.:i rr v.
8 do, 14,00 for Kxtra Clear; 14.00 lor fxtra
I.ard Ciiv rendered Kc in 1m- sm in
tierevs, t'ountr i-endcred Ssi;.
BKRr.it 11 0 for Extra Men.
Iti TTKB Chou-e at SKaSk-: irao lto ,-;, .
ISmjVS -; ac. or 1 ,g to iihi.iii. .
HElBE -oite laciory lJ(aI3c.
Eus At l"c
PoTAToks--.it 7!' on tr-i k: 8'. rrron store.
Onions v v?.M ib- silver Skius.
cent liiiuor case, by advice of counsel.
will settle the damages, and make no ef-
foi'l to carry tne cueup to a higher ct.urt .
The I roach ot nroniise case. if Sarah A
Pettet vs. Truax, which was tried at the
present term of Court, resulted in a ver
dict for the pliiintiu" of $3,000. . . Counter
feit live cent pieces are in circulation, nnd
It is rumored that thev are made in C.i
rard The n-eelptsor the Postofi'.ee Pu
ttie past quarter were 4-iiT.rf . 'The sran
well at tilt pa r mill 110,3 reaelieii a depth
oJfMH) leet utu is is n!rend,v flowini. The"
well is being , ik pt the rale of M feet
ruir day, and there is a fair show for a
Jaryeyield The house of Mr, ft, C, Case,
one mile cast of CpnneHUt, look lira near
the roof, from a defective nue. The flames
were extinguished before material dam
age was done. CoHiinint Jltportrr.
eles and scrofulous tumors. The stomach,
bowels, and other organs spoken or, can.
not esc.ipc becoming affected, sooner or
Inter, nnd coslivcncKs, piles, dropsy, dys
pepsia, dinrrtura, female weakness, and
many other forms of c!nonu dbtcase, are
among the necessary romiM. Asa reme
dy fr r,!l lh,-ne various munirestalimis of
dlMeuse, IXr. Pierce's Uoldeu Medical Uis-
i-.ov-ry is positively ouequnlotl. Uv it the
liver and stomach are chaugvd to an ac
tive, Healthy stat", the appetite regulated
anil restored, the blood nnd secretions
thoroughly pnrilled ant'. .vU-hrd, and the
whole system renovate ' and built up
auew. Sold by all nrst-clHKS Druggists.
t IM-lXNATI. Aprft 5.
t ottos Klrm. I41W middling at -tg'Vc
Flocb Fauiilv 7.(1;.?.
Wukat At l.iftl.tu
I'oitE At l-.-,oi.
I. abo Pi'iiue steam Sic
WnisKV At Ma
Itl'TTkU At !,' 3lc
New Vork Lite Msrlt.
Nzw York, A mil A
BKiVKSThe range wa lOvUle for very onli
narv.tSc for fair, aud ltlSc for irood to choice.
SIIKKr AND i.ABBM NbCC "SfaSU,.
tiou lave 4,(4-": dressed at IveGV
tolido, April a.
Ft '-N quotations given.
WHkATNo. 1 Win 10 Miclilgau 1,08; No 1
t oKN-.-Miah mixed 47e; yellow at 4Sa
Oats--.No. 1 asv,o.
CUICASO, A pi 11 B.
WukiTNo. i sorlmr l.dvrkl.M
i-oks No. mled at 8SU cash.
Oat No. 81c.
BAHLBvAtUC Air No. .