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STRANGER'S GUID
GENERAL, DIRECTORY.
STA'li; UtfHKKV
Nove; term ex
T If. .tVKRY. TK VlEK
f J A nr.-. I ruuk-au-l ix-ut
cr; term c-
res ,
Warner; term e.i
t
.Iiiiiu-3 Wiriiam: term !
Governor, Edward
Iv' 1
T.i""u-m.nt-':..v -er.ior.Jar.ob Muclh
pi-?Sr?S: s.'.,t..raa M-ortvood: term ex-
pire 1 ;"i-ui
Treasurer i state. .
February vs.s.
.. .1-11. rot Ulii
'm-r,Krc.Wi 1!. Pond: term ex
''..nS -oW. Thomas W. Harvey ;
"xpirc-i IsVi; Phillip '
-ttessor. Joel I.H
lliarkinore &. U-ikcr's l"Uui
Main street.
AlOOWC'.
Ohie.
X II AT. CAPS.
Furuif-iiiniM amk1s.
rUUi'l, V.i Main street. P.-iau- ille,
JIUOKS. Sr.
Mti. COLUV- DEALER IN BOOKS
M:uio:icij, Fanc .Vrticles, Wall Pacr,
: .t.- Etc., M.-du'un-es, l'viiirjkiM
V. HOOT iKALKU I.X i.fivH hi: .
J.
4. KiiJ AM) J'UoV WoNtW ail kjivii
,ii i;iil Jit I'.iiiu r ami r,' u.U Uluti ?
I'nxUu e. l,et ol r lmr ttci-t ius Kw'ttfuwHMiU
ly u I mini. .. .s.-iu i-trw. l'nitMcviUt
hh.
.:. over
t.iMi-bmeiil,
. ,
Witt
Jiidsc of 1 oimiuni Picas,
Judge of Probate,
Cjuutyllerk,
Stieriu', -
Deputy frherifl,
Treasurer, - .
Keeorder, -
)M editing Auonior. -
Auditor,
Count? surveyor.
County Commissioners, -Coroner,
- '
M. . CANFIEI.0
- G. N. Tl'TTl.t:
l'tBuv :;o.-.i::rii
. SAWVM. WIKH
J. M.brNJAUIS
i. !-. . Illl.!'?
J. Kvr::rrr
A. I.. TINKKR
II. n. iicsiir
J;. lil-MIXiTl
-i jfcos . i:i sor.
' Mini M. 1' U:'.n.i:
M i l Ol its
,J AMI S il. Tavi hp.
Ol ilVtJ, Ul-t tCJ
! i'i.-uii aii'l ii-iKuiic'iit.tl 1'riivtut
.111 ?M'k1.h.11 lluttev lil.x k. iliyji
iliL-e
riTV 01 riri:Hs.
Mavor,
Clvrk, -Miirhal.
Counciliiu'ii,
Street Coiiiiiii.'iuin'i',
Justices of the l'oai-e,
Infirmary Directuri,
Aabos Wilcox
II. I. kjiSt Ul.l)
1. V. CuuruuT
fC. U. Adams
I . K. stalk
j A. il. . Vl t rKI.K
: I'.. II. ixiuii AX
I K. .. V
W. V. 1UNOL' V
t'l: NKLIX linof;
1.. ill .xTi;.ciit.
MlltO liAKKIri
i.I. AVt.MH.-'H
I . T. l.ADl
'.IJ1X Mtl I.LI.I.ANn
'r RAXlxl.IX ltoiiKR
-1 TTO IZXJS XS.
iiiice -iT.mii Stwy Wilcox i:lo-k.
"1.1 HI'NTIXGTei'ATTOirNtr AN'Ii
Xli v,niiellor at l.uv. t l!eftiiiis prfnit
1 a; i(Mi'lol to. Oilict-, -M'-le Iilo-k l'aiuei
t'ilie, Ohio.
CI I Oit.K II. PAJi:, A.TTOUXKV AI
y J.AW. h1 Xmsry HnWIej orer th
oiii.r. I'ai!ieviH, hnj.- k A. A
LA K.nt)U K A H.IK EIt,M EIX1I ANT
3 T V1L. ls?. in Hie t.rt- lately ocruiiict! by
-. il. 1 i-.lier, I'aliiii-ville, Ut,. ... ji
ii:i.m a
taii.m:- a
t aj. 1 iirmhiiii t
raiu"vini', 'inu.
II1
II RE-M K. I! C H A N T
la tit-nli'i'S m lothm. Hat.
IUK-. .1tV blMHKHl'lJ
:.4'WJ.
llf ll. Pfc'l'TIHI.l.,l'.TEXTAGKXT.
All luiiiiie eutruie. to me will lie
prumi'tly atten'letl to. - r
no aui of tin i.irioi.
I
IS3 AllI 'fTA II AWI.F.Y. -IK.
il. I'. UK A KIWI. KK,
Jl. P. HANFORU,
J). V. .MEII., iKO. W
S. A. Tisi:l, A. I- 1
rnn:iiaJ
rrt'ulfiit
St'irretary
ISKtii.
boa u o r oo l. i:x a ?j i r. w s.
II. C. Beanlev, 4oiis Clecg, John W.
Xyler.
Hold meetings for cxaniiiiation of teacliers at
HiKli S:hool liiiiKliiiif, 1'aincr.ville, on tlie la-t
hatunliiv in evi-ry month extent July ami Au-
int- i.t'U ..Vliu-k A.M.
II. c. Be ardpi.ky, I'resiik
Jonx V. Tylf.k, C lerk.
nt.
postohici:.
W1STKK AliKANOEMKXT.
offict iiovrb :
From Vi A. M. to " 1. M. Sundays VI M to 1 P. M.
mails pepaui :
(Joins East, - - 11:30 M. ami llfll P. !.
Onlng West, - - 5iS A. M. ami 5rt P. l.
luveland, (special) - 1 !:.- I P. M.
( hanloii, - - - - - - 2:00 P. M.
Midcllelleld (Mondays and Tuesday-;, 'i:W A.M.
mails abbiye:
From East, - - 5:3S A. M. and 5:2!) P. M.
From West, - - l"i:VJ M. aud 11:11 P.M.
( leveland (siiccialj, ... .-,:iWP. M.
Chnrdon, - - - - - - 9:3A.M.
Jlidilleiield (Tuesdays and Fridays), S-.UO 1". -M.
letters should be left at the l'ostoflice osn
HOIK BKFOKE MAILS IlLPAUT.
Letters will be ready for delivery ONE H ALF
Hot'K after trains arrive, ew.ispt mails received
at liiglit, which w ill be delivered next murnhiir.
Lettois pla"Pd in the Oulide Letter l!ox
up to 'J o'clock P. M. w ill be bent bv the ni'ht
ju.iils. UEOIMiK E. PA INK, 1". M.
Nov. 10, 1871.
l.iikcMiurcanil mit'liinn sum hrm
llailway.
PASSESOEK TRAINS WILL J!I N AS
follow s iiutil I'ni'ther notice:
OING EAST.
Atlaniie l:iy
! E xpressi Kxpress
STATIONS.
Cleveland. T.lSA.M.Ul.nr.A.M.
Willoii'li'v ! I 1.10a.m.
Painesviife 8.40A.M.ilI.5;U.Ji.
JMadison ... H.OJa.m.;
I.rnetn.. .J 12::J0P.M.
Aslitabula.T 9.39 a.m. !12:4Tp.h.
tiiranl Ito.-iOA.M.!
Krie 1H.."oa.m.I S:10p.m.
( inc'tti
Express
4.10p.m.
5:0p.s:
' Special
;N. V. Ex
IfllP.M.
illl'JIP.M.
.1:S'.i.p.m
5:."i;p.m.
-I.
UTATIONS.
V.rie
Ashtabula..
tieneva
.Madison....
Perry
Painesvillc
WiiloiiMi'v
Euclid
Cleveland. .
Sp"l ( hi I
cao Ex !
:1.10a.m. 10.10a.m.
1.51a.m. lll.4'.A.M..
i1S:I-;p.m.;
US:7p..m.
-.':ip.m.I
j.HA.SI.l'.'irilP.M.j
1:-J0p.m.
1M1P.M.I
(,.:l."iA.M. JMISl-.M.!
15IP.M.
I
! 7:15P.M.' 1.W.AM.
EST.
ledo I Pai'illc. Sieam-
Ex
!::!0p.M.i I.OT.A.M.
:!.-.".' a.m.
Express Express'boat
l.mit.M.
I.Wa.ii.
'tl V. IIIXAKIIIC. ItOOK p.inuei: AND
1 lilauk liook ManuInrtureR thini -Atooiucvr-uei
ol .iiain and M Clair rti-eet. PiiineiUtirC. 1
'OIID'I V A: BHAM II DEAfcKIt.s
in all kmd ol Pine and Jlnnloek Lum
ber. Shinnies, Lath, Po-ls. Dir-sed Flooring
sidiiiK, c Olliet- uiUitri Pfiinesville, O.
JOH SCIIWOIKUeH, KEAl.El: IN
r 1 iiMTt HE of all kind-, corner of Main
and Sun e street, ver Kj-eui li'iivAAi;les
villtf, Ohio. Oislom li'V" i?ila!t.v.' ' '
rjiOTuoJi.i rjix.
nAXE, l-flOiJfeilSAPJl;R ANi AVU'JLE-
SALK licaler in all kinds of llKtteraihcr'3
.sloik. Frames, & at ClapatieP juld
Main street.
JIAItJIJSItS.
A
l!Hi:iim: hastUobo-t BAP.BERSHOP
, iu tovvu, iLithoiU exMiitivn. 417 Mauvst.r
UOAIIOJSG.
T. Proprietor. Larjce rooms.
jood accoinniodiitioii--, and not tW'O minutes
walk from iliiin street. . . .
IIOAUDIAU
l 1). LENNETT, Proprietor.
KUtfJreit JJtartu
The Tent of the IMrst f
TAI1I.E Ol-'CWNTEMTTS." '
First Pace.
A .br.nriofthe XXIh Centura.. ... Jdaiiltifrjoif
hit,) Author oy ht MaM
. . . . , .. . ... .or rnnf
Aitec.iotes of Pi'blic 3fen . .. . '.. . ,'7 .. .. . .,
Washington Sunday 3oillno Chr.ititctz
A Higher Xntioavl Life . JStdnt if .trt1ii
HU'frarij fifth. United States... .. ... .'xeuig
rr&Moriv Aiittriea.. . ..Ceorge Ptrl-ini
Iiitliicwe of the Se,e anil .Viiat : . . Echahg
Lrittie aha (.ttnitllis
Mrt.infje. '.
si;nixi Paoe.
Klitriil I'ltrilffrttjiis.,. . ..
yeirft oi 'the. We.rtc .... ' ...
I.it'-l'(iri(lut
Tin Bit Page. j
StrttTirjers' titiifte . ; .".
UnKtfit Jyireetttry.. .'. .
.y'rojar Mttki ty. . r ...... .
An irerf to 'vrrtjMntlent .
l.nctt -eir ;
SiM.iat t:orrexpnnleiireof thuffourniil,;
n'uifx from ovr Ht-nter ' ,':".:
l.m't.'fsi.,n Other titles'. ' Sw,
Marin e ;. '. , . 1 -1 :"J. ...
omijitatToii
(fbii'tfutiofi
f ' ft-
', JtnthtlSririth
Jf'lrl-rtA. .'to. tie
Forp.ru Pauk
7"i; (iiloiic of the Filii'lJ 0
A ijrieiflturnl
PrtiitlCilt Hint...r .., '.
ft lijiouii .V. ifn. ......... .
'r.t'e.'tu.t at' the Journal :
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COXXEAU P ACCOM MUDATION.
STOPH AT ALL STATIONS.
L'vVsCleveland 4.30 p.m l Ar.at L'onneaut ".4"i p.m
l.'v'sCouiieaut 5.40 a.m Ar.at Cluvel'nd H.I3 a.:n
This train iroinjf west passes Painesville at
:10 A. M. tJoinir east passes Painesville at 5:"!
P. M.
The Special Chicago Kxpress runs daily except
Monday.
Thei:4.'ia. in. train from Cleveland and the
U:HJ I), w. titiin from Erie runs on Sundavs.
CI1AS. F. HATCH, GcuTsup't.
CONGUEC.ATIOXAL CHCP.CH J. A Daly.
J'astor. Services on Sunday at 10.'4 A.
M. and 7P. M. Chnrelt Cou!'i'ri"iice on 'l'liurs-
day evenio)? at 7,'i o'clock. I.ible Service, to
which old aud voting are invited, at 1- o'clock
M. Walter C. Tisdel, Sutterintemtent.
ST..T A MESCHC'KC'ir Kector. Thomas R.Wolls.
)t State street. SeiTices li! A. AI.ain.IT.
l'.-M. Sunday School at V2: P. M. Horace
Steele, Superintendent.
M. E.CHlncil Vnnmans. Pa-t,.r. Services
nvnjr Salibath at 111.'. A. M. and 1i P. .M.
S.ihbath Sidiool meets at lM P. M. E. S. Youiisf.
Superintemlent.
PAIXESVILLE PROliUEsIVE I.V( Ef.'.M A.
4i. Smith, Conductor. Miss L. Whitiiiorc, I.. uar
diau. Services Sabbath at 10'j A. Jl.
THE CUU1TIAX Clll IK 11 Pastor, J. W. hi
ram. Services at 10'- . A. M. and 7!- I. M.
sabbath School at 12 i, P. M. V. 1. Hyde,
Superintenik'nt. Prayer 'deetinff on Thui'Mlay
evening at 7,'i o'clock.
THE BAPTIST C UCItCH Past..r, K. A. Stone.
Services at 10' A. M. and 1i 1". M. Sabbath
School at 12 M. C. E. llrinl:, Supcrin
temlent. Prayer Meeting every Thursday eve
ning at I.1,; o'clock.
ST. M AKY 'S C II V IKJ II, (Cat liol ic) Job n Tracey,
Pastor. Services everv Suudav at a A. A!.,
10i j A.M. nm1i P. M. Suiiday School at 2
o'clock P. M.
YOt'X MEN'S C1IRISTIAX ASSOCI ATP X
Library Rooms 71 31ain street. Prayer Meet
ing every Tuesday evening.
SOCIETIES.
SI fiJIK-AIAKIAK.
RY X AC II EI. SMITH." ' Va! j '
... icl i 11
Softly slid the sloping suushrue" '.t'l
'l'hi-ouj(li the majile trees adoivji,, if
AYeaviuj; ruddy -tinted patterns ! .
(in Ibe leafy carpet bruivn.V ait JI it4: ,m i
'Round Tre root the Tnri'id mo".'
Spread their robes of jcren an4(;'!y f
l oi.l and fro-tv were vlie.lree.e-: .
'Twirs, iu eli'AJ-l. a ittsai TdufciiiOXJ M i
Here and there the tortured maples
A (elded up their life-blood ilear.
A bile a xroup ot huts and )avio ti r:ta
tiiUlu red in the syrup clear.
One hriirht youth, w ith eyes of azure.
Wooed the fairest of tlie maids; 1Jt
In herwavy tresses lingered .
Trace of deep uoetui'nal shade.
From his lips fell lionc-ycd phrases,
Sweeter tliau the niaile wine,
As he ealltsl her net of rose
Called h. r "pink-cheeked Eglantine;".?
LiL'htlv trijiped thov with their burden.
'Labors lightened ! u' i T
While their comrades toiled nmre slowlyv I
I'll the sleepy hill-ide jrro'f.. . .V
When the maid w ith dusky tresses
Leans upon her twisty. ee, t . :
When the youth w ith eyes of azure
I'.ow s hi head like heads of grain,
'Mid the b.itmy days of courtship
line will all the re-t outshine.
When fiel lier on thebill-ide
tJathevcd they tbu niuplu uine. , -a .
- TrowwBo tiave an appetite for fresh
hV4i.A)aa imw gratify it aUtho rate ten
cet4 fef pound for pike 'and bass, afed
eiht cents for "suckeri."" " ' .-s
VmJppifartmdc tit the "pari ha leen
milch iyq)af4lt4 f PfYAl of the
leaTs and rtbih. -I'the tree are teft as
atlHit"teAiceAir atle rapidly.' ' .". r.!
m''' ; : '. i ' ' 1 t
- Tnr. rT spring bonnet that mad their
ipjie.irancc at the various places, of wor
ship and cpnu the -street last pouday,
wjUidearctallway oaMouday. . J
' m m - ' l
A batitl jjOf tytir wandering musical
treiiiiissiof th -suventh order of talent,
shook diacofds frWa their inatrumenfs' to
small eruid oi honrers. last Tuesday..
Tiik I.iternry ClQb, held their jast meet
ing, for this season, yesiterdaYl'ridax
erfciuugtlteiuicereises lieing a discussion,
talfM! parTTn"tv,'BA!arlT all of the members
DiSt-
- WahhiTsCI Wi to haelnrrea4l mm4l
full v in size, since'THerweatherTias ben
esats aotfi hMirrirrf1 tvUrVRti gsr-
- . . - si. 3 ."s -. . .j - iSr.oA..
JtlAsi woo have .mads' nmiejt -raidly
Ahff'dif boneitryisre repenting' J broaii.
eiota.,: and -ashea mi m-AV"Mie.ap
thelwiiY onesnhr eTrr failr"rppeirt il
3y,yAAtf wm. m.
Atnitkeva'tiAna last k ia aeerediN
iji cotjr to in mercial fii arke t re pdrla 3fr.'T
C liureh wttrdi It should be Mr. 4r.hu t.
yUnrebytavrtjAYlie is. with StBijH-r'aV fhe
PwniMvttleMiHft Store. - - - f --
Jlnf)t M'rarlaiiel 'and his' oori of eu.
in tlie tsotith Cluittanpoaa we believ-Mo
reutae"tbe civer survey, upou wuk-h t)iy
were placed yer ago. ".';.'..' !
JlAAiY gsHtleuweaaavci" within, tlie .last
few days, hnd their' only pair of boots R
luetfattd . with - u probably u giYO
rttonV to'eorhSjhWlif ia tbe'warm', nqist.
wti'iuir, are weiluii(: aU almost, sprout
TjiE st-WWiier5 tVnalSL? hlcU has
Set-tt ft-'buiTt uuderthe superYisionb Ppr
tniitft. Jlays, ami' which nowrTreseots a
fine lgoiadiyabifinh, wnt"M
launched iiexf SV'edusiayafternoon at 3
TnE local of an-adjinir city reported
tain dispensetotlagti .bttetKAU this place,
upon readirfgTOeftm,tfeimJirl(ed that be
hoped the last swallow would never be
reported. . . . , .
LAST wfser there arrive! "t this p(e
234 earn oflrtelitockwhile fttle to then Bin
ber of over 4,500, were" fedat'thS yards
during the 4iMt1a& This Is the largest
business eerdoue. au,thi point in any
one .week. . , . ,
this tintetbj spirit-pict,urea appeared in
the wiadows of Wilcox tlalU It was
told u po'A,ibicB.pane of sklintlook nor
taUaWaai 4kej wereiintil shows toe out
lines upon-paper. :,'
.IfajrjltrMlerhMfQtl fersraiigbtsi btip
so auspicious and the moonlight so clear,
that cats have onip-eeted, and given
concerts ,pna yearly eyerjf door-step in
tawjj. .pootjakaritif said, aiifteiiad-vtttaous!yA9er.-'-'JJ'fc'i,-'
stalled tt on depattnient
of Marine intelligence, which. we shall
etIeotorti tii c4oe Wrgatia-aTid
the movements 9fvels swaed sailed
by men from talk immediate neighborhood
but a record f1ifcllawe" .marine im
provement". It isttTurpose to furnish
in WtiEWSf "fWlXi1 fBl?rter-
esting news items that ean be obtained in
tiis paiiicuhir linf, aadj bring our reports
down'tT) fhe 4ates moment possible before
going to press rr s A
Mfntion uns made in these eoliiinns
sivVralVeelcs "ago" of the double, track
uppeJ,fV0b-ore(K9d between, Wick
li4t;T;auiLH(iiitu. ti-Vt, tUt, tiiurt wiiea
th former " item." waVwiiteu,.but. little
had been done beside making a survey,
and preparations for the removal of trees
ri,otnor!d1ijecHfHhat came in the line.
This week ncflve' operation fe'Vcre4 be
un", in grading between Painesville and
Perry, aud at other points between here
aud Uurard, and -the prospect is that the
track, will eeou -be down, aud- in use.
Messrs. Ilawlcy and Freeman the form-
et rBiWp!aoe. and the- latter of Madison
-hare the contract. "
Tn e few .house-flies that mvr e returned
from their hiysleribuW "winter" quarters,
wSHi'-the-htteiWioo f opeinsr's,ummer
st-1n(fsTrtftde the!? ramei totha
Ion-'' Tt Vrf tftose-who Mfe pfriseTrt)m
niisplWcoMiieSfcc. "'m;
A ieujaJa tryfuBfliy t W Berghl theory
iu this place, protests strongly that fish
ing, with a.hoolt'antt iihq is eruoi and
shoutt bl bUiiied.edfawiiHglit- the
wrros me point upon "wtich- she makes
her shwrargupfautr sqr TJ
4tpox another patewf thinm1)er of-the
JocRyl.Svfl 1 be fonnd.itti def the heading
'Lileniriana'
of the Sorfri
e of Ihe.May number
bSe "whrt never
RaVA-i-ff eiytblsc lnbdef - inagazlnoshoald
call at thisi office and examine a copy.
f h k SeatS of - VrjAuk l"heip4lio was
felt at this place," on ThurMlY'f last
Welrvhtle tc With Hhe small'-pox, oc-
morninp. tAll possibler iMreoaBtions. were
takoiiToltr'eYCiit the spread of the disease
AASWEKS TO
IIASCINIC.
TEMPLE LODGE, So. 2S, F. and A.M. Paines
ville. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays
in each nioulb. Perry Bosworth, V. M.
PAIXESVILLE CHAPTER, Xo. 48, IS. A. 51.
Meets the first and third Xlnirsda.vs iu each
month. E. V,'. Kel.lv, M. E. 11. P.
PAINESA ILLE COUNCIL, Xo. 23, Royal and
Seleet Masters. Meets Fridays after tho llrt
Thursday iu each month. 0. AI, Benjamin,!'.
I. G. JL
M'lLT.OUGIIBY LODGE, Xo. 805, F. and A. M.
YA'illoughbv. Stated Communications on the
fpcoud and fourth Tuesdavs ia each month.
W. 11. Turner, AY. 31.
LAKE SHORE LODGE, Xo. 807. Aladison.
rstaied t ommunicatioiis every second aud
fourth Saturdays of each month. 31. O.
Preston. W. Al."
PAINESVILI.E LODGE, Xo. 112. Meets on the
second and fourth Snturdavs of each month.
J-:. W. Kelly, AY. M.
I. O. O. F.
OORXUCOPIA LODGE. Xo. 915. meets Tuesday
evenings. Ollicers G. AY. l'avne, X. G.; s.
A. Andrews. G. : AV. Doran, II. S.; C. O.
Child, P. S.; I). AV. Mead, Treas.
UXIOX EXCAMPMEXT. Xo. 1G, meets every
alternate AVedne-dav eveniusr. AiiHcers 1.
P. Axtel, C. P.: AV. Dor.-in, S. W.:II.R. Alorse,
.1. W.;I F.-inis, II. 1'.; C. O. Child, Scrilje;
J). W. .Mead, Treas.
COIIKLSl'O.ABKSTS.
S,:hviir. Tennessee has had tucJi6nor of ieud
inj; three of her citizens' to occupy the Presi
dential chair Jackson, Polk, and Johnson.
A . i?. Pi ofessor Fis!uUle & ted' mtltoUir.
ins tlie vear 18(11, we believe. At the time of
liis decease he was occupying the chair of
Modern Languages at Ann Arbor". '
Subscriber. You cannot affect them by hints.
People who li'v(i,;ivVfair5u'c nol !ls a
rule, sensitive to mere intimations, and the
o:dv ir.iT we know of by which you can rid
yourself of the aunoyance is by telling your
tormentors that you w ill uot lcnd any more.
If yon do this and1 stick H'wht yetraWyfryonr
troubles cannot last Ions after you inaugurate
that system.. ,,tH ut i ;X"A(t Iff
liase Mall. AVe cauiiot Rive .yeu.-tiie wrigftifof
this game. It w as playovl in RometiySpeoplfe
of all ages, and iu the academies of Germany,
Italy aud France, it bits beeuafitvwitereerca-
tion from time immemorial, and it is also
known to have been a favorite game with the
Indians of America: iiu.us-.' n
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
METtfCAI..
The Assessor is upon the warpath.
The season for lager beer has? 6jJeue(
j w : ... i
The District Court session commences
next Thursday. , . . ... , .....i
The best kind of potatoes to plant the
early ros j rows roze.
Jr. O. J-Pratt is teaehinjf . peninssni
ship in sevf-valitepnftm'pnfsof tlie puWIic:
schools.
AL GARDAEK. 211. 1 HoMEOA
. PATHIST ami Surgeon. Olliceovir Hnl-i-omo&
Gould's Ilardv.aie Store, No. 77 Main
tri-et. Painesville. Ohio. Ollice hours 7 to 9 A.
l.:2lo l and 7 to 9 1. M. Residence corner of
Jlacksou and St. Clair streets.
II. JAeXSOA, !., HOAIEOl'A-
ITI1ST, A ounir7s i;iock', l'ainesville. oiuo.
Allice bourn 7 to A. M., 2 to 4 aud . to 9 P. M.
Jiusidenee Stockwclt House.
It i now. OFFICE
V. 11 LOCK. OUice Hours
l 5 V. AL
IN .AIOODEY'S
From It A. 31.
Tut: pulpit at St. ,Iansi OliWrelrhas bt?en
filled for the past two Pasbatlis bv the
Uev. 3i r. sturgos-. . ' r -4'MHt
AVE go to press at too early an. hour, to
make critical mention of Uie Baud coneert.
elven last Friday evening. '-'""" :
Jlrs. Arnold Mason" received iuitn :i'sA.
vero stroke of pa?:ly sjs jvcay dayiiice.
but is now siwiv reeoverfna .mf .c
Y large number of naughty little boy
spent last Sunday in lrsjlimg r t ihiTI
The fJt.atuAureh at a
meetinflleldfe-day8 since elected the
folluwrnjr'. odleera aiid committee r Sec
retary C. D. Adams. Treasurer and Col
lector M. Sf , f eytnonr. .Finance Cemmit
tee 1. "Wilcox, t. R PaigeV It. P. San
tord.' Musical Committee C.O. Child, J.
H. Merrill, II. Steele, S. K. Gray. On
Ckunh uildtaft ad BVoatalof Soafi TK,
M. Seymoazj C- P- Adams, C. Pa Child.
Auditing Committee C. D. Adams, M. M.
Stsyuour - -
Is speaking of the Joukxal, the' bia
wassee.lmci'ican says: ,
-. We have not on our exc-hn?e list a pa
per tb we tste-u more highly than the
l'aAAiviUo,nA)hi) t Journal,, which has
sow dropt its merely local title aud, ado p.
ted.thatof the Xorthera Ohio Journal."
We republish the item iu order to thank
the American for a compliment which is
dotibly appreciated as coming from a pa
per that has won for itself a position sec
ond to no other in that portion of the Vol-
verine State.
Efitaite Transfers.
"fBe ftillowlnt Jransrers in, real estate
iaveieen'nled ftt the office of the cottniy
hav
Kecorder since our last issue:
KcdBijli'i A)iluisJM arMiall.
Mentor. 1 acre Parker Lot.
David Barnes to, J. P. iUerer 31adison,
part of village lor'Xd. 3: --'- -
C. & E. Kartv to 3. P. Pberer, Madison,
nJo1kMilisjB 'millIfflt- rfO -!
Cbarles. P. theriuan to Julia. Lynch,
Painesaille tillage lot, Karnes survey.
A m. lirooter to vrancis J . ocott, Jtaa-
stulhaa, lu feet, we are'lad ta sy. Te
acrobat and the lightning rod landed on
the kitchen oof, and tae Vartisr has suf
ficiently regained his health as to be
around. The damage to the roof can be
repaired; in a few weeks time, but it is
thought that that of poor Fs fallen reputa
tion will, be longer in its reeatablishment.
Many, a man has. gone downward to
a hard ending from aa apparently secure
footing merely through "misplaced confi
dence." ' ' " -----
Xkien am5iw.
Ttntpom tmiitatttHr, et not ratttomvr in
illfs," which being freely translated into
king's English 'may be rendered: ' What
queer changes the whirlfjiig of Tims does
bring. , Here aro we, for example, about
to receive, as eagerly welcomed ministers
to our appetite for novel sensation, the
dusky lnudeU, of the race and religion
against which onr doughty and iron-clad
ancestors waged bloody crusades, for the
supremacy of the cross overjtbe crescent
and the possession of the holy City.. We
break no lances - now in "behalf f the
chnreh militant, and shall undoubtedly
pay the ' sons of . Saladin, in Bosstpn,
Springer and Henderson's Great Masto
don, Caravan, , Menagerie, Museum and
Circus, higher meed of admiration than
we are inclined to accord to Peter the Her
mit. Indeed, in this age : of free inter
course and advanced civilization, flit
ferenees of creed avail little to prevent
the general recognition of personal supe
riority, aud in the arena, whether ot AQlir
tics or music, he that cau jump highest
aud turn nuickest, is rocognized by the
world as the best fellow, wur he turban or
mitre. '
But to temper moralizing with facts of
to-day, we would suggest that the won
dcrfnl Bedouin Arabs constitute but one
and an equal feature in this great jCombi
nation "of exhibtions, announced tn pitch
its city of tents here on Saturday, May
4th. Though ample in numbers and
physical resources to furnish alone a com
plete entertainment, they are associated
with a Mcuagerie of raastodonic propor
tions, a Museum of rare research and va
riety, and a Circus Company that we are
confident will came nearest to realising
memory's dreams of the first circus of our
childhood years. In fact, from the gor
geous procession to .the .teeming tents,
"The Great Mastodon" seems to he, in its
way, the most liberal, creditable and best
managed evidence of American enterprise
and speculative nerve, with amplest won
der and fulestresou ces.
OIR Om COKREsPOSDKJlIS.
It iJHteaWS8 fi"JIifle the
iHOMuaVa-niuubej of .the,ie4Uor lioy sind
vtmfift '-ftleV.'tTt: -fji'cominghrefested
the manly game oT "marbles." The pur
suit of this pastime rrdtOnfy affords capi
tal bcrauy exweiee. blif fCalso improving
to the mind.
war the wind
toll which
tud so did. the dust during, the
arly patbot tbe week. If ,tl ust aud straw
re. however, of no other use tb.au to
ssoqt tho prevailing. diroftion and the' ve
locity of the zephyrs, tliey conlil willing
ly be dispCjiised, with. , Af')
Persons Avishing to avail themselves
ol theplejwiiureiof bortding and; fibbing,
tiring the coining season, will be pleased
to learn that, ,f jro.tuig gentleman of this
town has bought a yacht which he intends
thoroughly refittinij.and using for the, .ac-
coBiBiodatiTAof eseursioniste,. 3--.
Stiix 'teI.'Ca,'.9Un6 P and
down tlie street the-pBA-at annoyance
of till. It has been suggested that the
femo lii4 . fronat 51JArte'a i -iafeMio,"
slightly altered, "All hoops abandon, ye
who enter here,'? should be posted at either
na of MaiiS street as a warnlBj"";; j
JB . . I ..... II ! ;-:-S..;-i,.-i 1
A ecinnte whs waa. in town last Bator-.
Say hopped from the BtockwelfHous
After performing tnis teat- lie uispiayeo.;
liiscsa4B&d.aLlV KevaraiWkisr ex-
Qrcisiis, ofa similar nature, to the, satis-
faettan and wonderment of say who
aaw ftftn:.3t-, 'y'';' .
,,-fribbs tviU jix. itt' g&nd 1'Gibos can do
anvthing," have become household words.
We noticed a day or two ago that he had
trlAT Biskfllea nn at'eonstractesli.
flower frame, and oi course had succeeded
in making a most admirable little article.
The.rrame!a.ft.enlisely ofJn ood, light and
ison. 593 aeies. lot 1. tract i --r
B. B:Tayt:obr to Francis M. Scott, Mad
ison, SO acres, lot 9. . - ... -i
. Julia A. Voung ,tQ .Alexander Yale,
Madison," 30 acres, part of lots X and
tract3.' .
Alvah Snell TO Daniel Hayes, Mentor, 3
acres, in lot 7, tract 10.
James uaaaerveer io aj i-.. Axteii,
Perry, I 46-100 acres, in lot 61.
Win. B. Thomas to John Ferguson, Mad
ison, 40 acres, in lots 19 and 30, Paine tract,
and 90 acres in lot 6. tract 14.
4 John Eerguson to Owen Bliss, Madison,
William Atkinson to A. E. Sanborn,
Kirtland, lot , Block-114, Kirtlaad City
plat. . ,
.. . M . i
DlBa;a f . Osur City rsvtatsra.
At a meeting of the Town Council, last
Friday evening,, the - following standing
committees were appointed by the Mayor:
Bret-Garfield, Dingley, Jerome. Fi
nance Sanford, Dingley, Paige. . Gas
Paige, 'torayt. Woodman.8 " Fire and Wa
ter ATocidman,, Jerome, Gray. .Ordinance
Gray, Sauford,,Jks worth. a Public
Grounds Jerome, Bosworth, Paige. .
The Annual Message of Mayor Wilcox
was referred to a special cammittee con-
Bistfng of Messrs. Dingley, Sanford and
Paige. Several" petitions were upon the
table, hiit received no immediate action.
oeing nanueu over 10 special coiaaaiiai.ac:h.
Mr. C. O. Child was sworn in as Trustee
of Cemetery- nr jhTef yea ry.rJThe follow
ing motions were orougnt up ana carrieu
Jtesolred, That a, reserved. watchman be
annotated fox .' one vear. at a salary of
four hundred dollars, i Mesotced, That the
rernlar meetings of the Council be held
weekly,.npon Friday evenings. - "-
A claim of eight dollars brought by the
Judsres and Clerks. lof Election was or
dered pai;AiJUI a. tlUh
During. the year from April 1st. 1871 to
April 1st 1872 there were seventy persons
interred in i Evergi-cen Cemetery. Of
these sllyiwerf Americiijatiit;:six
of Irish; two of English, and twe Manx.
There were more deaths in the months of
September and Oatober thanin any other,
there beingWnTniacn,ralidbut two each
in May aud February.' The average age of
those deceased is a little over thirty-six
year! apjijixjWpnUw. Th flowiagare
the causes of death, with the number des
troyed by each disease: Scarlet fever, 2;
chronic fdiarrUea,l; cholera infantum, 2;
(lysenfir4-f tfipitheri, abces;i; in
sanity, ! -typhoid' pneumonia,' ; typhoid
fever, 3; hemorrage-f lunga, 1; heart
desoaaef I droriavj, g alysls ; f wnor,
3; infiamation of bowels, 4;intIammation of
braiij'debillty, l'j ' child birth, 1; acci
IcViafiallVJdrowned, 1; suioide,.?!:, con
uuiptoii, JJ)t consuuiptiou ot bowt;!.,, lj
old ag;neOi unkuow u,ij iafantSruo
disease given,- 7. v It will bo seen by this
table that the deaths by consumption ( ten )
were more than those caused by any three
ciuncu4 .Thea time has come wbea to op
pose Grant is considered opposition to the
Republican Party, and men are stigma
tized as recreant to their party faith, be
cause forsooth they cannot see the mighty
statesman in this President of ours; can
e3 glimmerings of the dictator; can aee in
nim narrowness wherein he turns his bit
ter prejudices against the old and tried
veterans of the party. What harm can
there be in joining this wing of the Re
publican party which has in its very iu
lancy such great strength. Have we any
thing to fear with Sumner, Trumbull,
Greeley and Schurzatthe belm.to sound the
tocsin." Have they not successfully guided
a political boat over a rougher sea than
this can be and weathered the storms?
There w ill be a great uprising of the peo
ple at Cincinnati. The time has gone by
when free thinking men can he driven iuto
silence by calling them ''Sore Heads" or
cracking" the party whip. . The time is
short to prepare. There are enough ready
to join a Liberal Club. Why not organize at
once?. Tbisio juty should be represi aved
by regularlv appointed delegates for the
convention in Cincinnati. Cannot a con
vention be called this coming week. There
is to be a lively time; a fierce and deter
mined foe to oppose. The 'obstinacy ot
Grant and Jhts office holders is fearful,
bat with eneraeticaad careful movements
we may be able to write success upon our
banner at the close of the campaign.
Jcstim.
other'" known ' diseases,"' and was one-
9U1CIIIU 1 1 1 inc nuuio utv,;.. .
du
im-
ind none, were drowned. '
ItKSTJSTliY.
Af L. WKIGIl'i DESTIST.
Tattle's Hardware.
Painesville. Ohio.
t. SAAVVLIl,
, Lee's ili iig More,
rii.i.iATO si.
MmvauKPc i.i-
Slore, i'iiiuesville
Tiik few who still have velocipedes are'
3i7iin"Csirci-t t'orbiddou bjvJtlia juwra pclhtaiiddliise
them upon the streets or siderfwalfce;: w,;a
, . , ... , ; - - Al,'.-J
This pulpit of the .Congrciitioual Church
was iKH-upied last Sunday uiorniiig by
lic-v. Mr. l'ateiiin of .West fl'rooklield'.N'ew
Yo'.K.
DENTIST. OOltMt over
Main St., Painesville, o.
I8UI,:;ii, DENTIST.
K-k.ovei- LiM.-kwood itrolii
. I roio.
MLS It: A I..
TJ, PRATT, DEALER IN ALL KINDS
, ol'AJuical lustriiiiieiits, Hioet Mip-ic, etc..
Alain street, JMinesMiK iiuo. j
TnE squid- class at the.4Uidi Sbun
taken advantage ol'" th( tfoldert opiioiTit
nily" and bought .yetf handsome -1uhs
rin.v'H.
ringed Instn
nnbei-or kind
X ss-(. r,-tjii,.t.-
"1 I'.OKUi; Ml K'.T I1AMI-AI XI'Ell OK
Hie Pa nesvil'.e oi-ie. r i-.ann. insn-iici ion.-.
ell on al klllilsOl lli'l an i
,-nellt. Mn-ic arranged foraiiy
ni iiisirimieiit-. Address P.O. I
ville, Ohio.
nor. iiKMcy w 'jrrr.tn. diri-xtou
uf tlie l'iiiiie-.viibi Cwn-ierViAiory n .iusie.
iiiimi'i- :ill'l leac iet-ol ili-lC, V01..U .iteiiu-
sti'uiuentril. Oiiice in Co:iscrator Ruilding,
No. ir3 Si. I. lair street, i'.dne-viile, l Ihio.
(V
.a
Hoys with '-stump, books," and t'irls
with button ptriugs,'!;..ari, sUU ( collect -
iuir whatever tlioy can iu their-; reanuetive;
111! . - ' : ., -.
... . ,
Km . Mi'. A. P. Haydn of Collaiiif-r, ox
: chaiiifes pulpits with Tic v." Mr, Ingram of
another column a Doarding stable which
he epefii nhVfear- bt "tWS-inoSlPwen
House. Uuder tii-, supervision of one so
well known as a-fina hoxs,e. manager, tje
Stl5levwrdoub61es'ittfcm aoo9rep-
tatiou and proyti jemunerative to its
The annual election of officers of the 31.
E. Sabbath-school took place on last Sun-
"aa vrfresultirig1n tnecholde of the follow-
tEig Jprs6ns Supertii'tefident--T'-.iaes 'A.
aUcK.,"Assljtn'.$.upeilntCtt4t
js .ajra.tv.G rteecretaryi--A-w jJairow.
a'reasurer--J H.TaylorJr. Music- Dt-
-rector-ME.il. Merrill. JAbrarianssMeBsrs.
Williams. Dial & Mavdsi 'Ao k"4
IlkA- jA-t - - - ...... . . i ....,....- .rr
Thi follewina-s-parties have 'made an-
p!te'trtroH fm-'marriage licenses at he o
lice of Probate Judge during the past
"week:" Charles" Slnimons for himself, and
Mary AsroffJphn Multon for himself and
DiaiiiiVarney yilliam.L-nopkins for
Iri ms elf" a nd TAi z-F ; H 1 r;;Heii r j-MVmi sk
for himself andtAlice MeClenry ;;fYilliam
Burnett for himself and Jane Blackstock
.Miss Atsxie Stokely the, accomplished
organist of tlie "Disciple Church, was
t a ! 1 ! sitriaed--Kia &Mosda va-earenin
iiielnbi'is ofthe t-boir oj thut churclu who
ented IieifcfTMnnirfeSfbeiebers
-.J..-- asstBWI-CBicert
, . . .,,.,1 ..." . . T . I ILISIUUIUII15U
Tfie entertainments given bv the Band aud Bu 8eemed
last" urght aud a' week ago were "not very ted agaHrto a1
largely attended, for there is only a
tain class who are present at each and ev
ery concert given, by this able organiza
tion. The majority, even ot musio lovers
seem not to appreciate, r unfortunately
to be all busy elsewhere upon Friday eve
nings. The music given by our Band since
the returnfvrjftToita. members, is
better thaa'wloreffbl there are now in the
corps a number of new and efficient mem
bers'. -The'estabnsbmfcnt'of the orchestra,
consisting of eight pieces, adds variety to
themusic and is a very pleasing feature.
It gives us pleasure to announce another
concert next Friday evening at Wilcox
Hall, and call attention tj the unusually
fine , .. fc
FKOUKAMME.
, -. , . ' ' rasT 1st.
1st, Eageia America (by Rlngleben)
Sd. Serenade ("Tbon art so Near, and
Vet so Far") (Hemleke) : -. . '.
cfMedleT (by ThoB. Baker).
4th, Echo Polka (Zimmerman)
5th. Cavatlna iirom Koot Le AJiaine)
. Fall Band
s;
Tm the Oil Bif In.
Clevxlasd, Ohio, April 13, 1872.
Editor Journal: Having a leisure
hour I might perhaps interest a few of
your numerous readers, and amuse myself
by making a lew extracts from my note
book, (literally rendered ratum,) which
you are at liberty to dispose of as you like.
Thev mav perhaps be quite as appropri
ate! v located in tne waste uasKMi. ,aa toe
columns of our favorite Journal. If
permitted I will sav then I have been on a
flying visit to a sister at present residing
in the far-famed city of Titusville, Pa.
From our fair city on the morning of April
10th, at 8:40, we were "all aboard" on the
train coins east, and whizzing along at
the rate of a mileia ninety-three seconds,
("time") under a clouay say, witn a lair
complinent of passengers, aud a sufficient
number of interesting babies to help while
away the monotony of early spring travel.
(These last remarks are not ironical.)
On past station after station we
speed, finding ''benighted Ashtabula" in a
somnolent state, but Conneaut quite the
contrary. All along the route farmers
were busy with tbeir spring work, many of
them plowing, and the roads in good con
dition for the time of year. Wheat looked
thin and of light color, but not in patches
as if winter-killed.
The waiting rooms at Erie, (where we
arrived at 10:30 1 think,) were not crowded
but a goodly number of ladies, and a pro
fusion of jewelry1 charmed the eyes, aud
arrested the attention of those who could
find nothing of greater interest to contem
plate. And here 1 would say, there are
lew objects more truly pleasing to me than
a lady richly and appropriately dressed,
neither do I Object to fine jewelry in its
place.
And now for "The Oil Regions." We
had plenty of time to get our tickets for Ti
tusville, and have baggage re-checked, but
I was told it was the second time only in a
week that passengers had been able to
make Connection.' We made "good time on
this road also, and the track was in far
better condition than could be expected,
from tho swampy nature 01 tne ground.
In fact, a short time after leaving Erie we
plunged into a hemlock swamp where sight
of soil was an exception, and water a gen
eral rule. It reminded me forcibly of a trip
I oncemade over the "Mexican Gulf Road"
only instead of the sleepy gray Alligator,
sunning himself on mossy logs, patches of
snow and ice, and iu place of the stately
magnolia, the gloomy hemlock or pine.
At Union, a bustling little place we
found the first oil-tanks or cars, and mere
people in sight than atny other place on
the routes -Sear this place atndafier pass
ins it bridge crossings became chronic; I
think large and smallwe must havf crossed
nearly a dozen within one mile. At Corry
the waiting rooms were crowded and here
r verv srood "institution") a quiet and
polite woman, who kept the doors closed
against the cold without, lent a willing ear
to the many enquiries constantly addressd
to her, answering an in a tow pleasant
voice sweet to hear. She is truly "the
right one in the right place."
Here we cnangea cars 101- 1 itusv me, ami
left the waiting crowd with not over a
dozen passengers iu our car. y tne way,
wbv can we not find a car manufactory
nearer home than Wilmington, Del.? The
one in . which, we, rode hailed from that
..I - ..A J Iln-m V A v-m-- ftcritf'nH-tttlM-A-
T1 (1 . . . -- - . - 1
made many enquiries about our city and
citizens, also informed me of the wherea
bouts ot some located in uorry.'
Although the snow lay in drifts on the
northern bill sides aud shaded fence cor
ners, the farmers like ourown wereevery.
where busy and some few ploughing, after
we had reached tne more oievateu grounu. .
Tet after all, farming seemed to be ouly a
secondarv object. At almost eA'ery station
were coal or oil cars, ana tne principal
subject of conversation seemed to be oil.
This morning the blockade bad been raised
ed elated, as tney were permit-sbin-oil.-th-e
nrstrtiBieiti forty
1 j. ... 1. n . . . . . . i , 'i-: .
C6- I UayS. "Jtl- wu-M.wu a-EO-nw-v i n-.-
Yillc. everytning scemeu ais uuuiusauu, uuy
ers and shippers were apparently Ubiqui
tous, xneiineuran norses 01 wnicn mat
city mav justly boast, were taxed to their
utmost, ia moving the- oil-lad eni dragons
through mud which seemed unfathomable.
The sidewalks were crowded with goods,
ha-xes anoV-lumber: Drier antt morta r--m-
frinsed upon street an walk-. In fact Ti
tusville seems a live city. I looked iu dis
mavf upon leaving the platform, at- tne
black and oozy streets, 'and anxiously
asked myself shall I over be able to cross
them to transact my Dusiness r j ei tuougn
I afterwards during my stay, visited nearly
every point of interest in the city, and
walked ( name was tin ui -iue tiuesviuu
through such mud, to one who has been ac
customed to our own fine roads,) far
enough to pass through nearly every street
in our city, 1 had no occasion for rubbers
and never once soiled my gaiters. The
crnaainera were all in good order and free
from mud. I omitted to say for the benefit
of those who may wish to know, that our
train reached Titusville at naif past two,
we having left Erie at 10:30.
' I will give my impression of "matters
and things" at some time in me near iu
tare. - Meanwhile "au revolr,"
- , .l--.-,'.' ALMA.
FBOS eTBCIt LOCALITIES.
Mr. John W. Sutton, engineer at the
Akron Rubber Works, has recently pat
tinted an improved pulley cover,-which
promises to Ue an article of great utility,
its purpose is to furnish increased sur
face friction . The building to be occu
pied by Camp, Cook k Oo in Chicago, is
to be made of " hollow-sanare M pine-clay
brick, manufactured by them in this town.
cwviow tmu jfeponrr. -
Excavations preceding the erection of
Mr. Paul Cheney's residence, at the light
house, resulted in the unearthing of the
renutius of eight Indians. The sculls and
larger-bones were the only ones that had
withstood the ravages of time. The skel
etons were found about four feet below
the surface, and appearances indicate that
the place has been, in years gone by, a
burying ground The Manufacturers'
Loan Association, made a purchase, on
Monday last, at a room in the Ashtabula
House," which they intend to fit np and
use as an office. Ashtabula Teljrapk.
During the past winter, a gentleman
from Painesville came to town, aud took
numerous verbal orders for grafting the
fruit trees iu the neighborhood. A few
da vs since several men representing them
selves as from the same firm as the form
er, ' came through aud filled orders ob
tained by the agent in the winter. Thev
did about two hundred dollars worth o'f
work, when they heard that the original
agcut waB iu town, and left. As the
grafting was done on time, tho parties
who employed the swindlers are wanted
to pay them no money, as the case ia to be
tried'by law. Conneaut Reporter.
-1 A few days ago as one of the hands at
the Paper Factory was pounding resin
the beetle flew from the handle, striking
Miss Hattie Allen, who was kuocked
senseless, but received no serious injury.
A little son, three years of age, ol Mr.
J. S. Tylee was severely if not fatally
burned, on Tuesday evening of last week.
. .A strong vein 01 gas was struct in the
for Ohio being as follows : Toledo, $13,000;
Sandusky river, $10,000; Sandusky city,
$13,000; Ashtabula, $15,000; Vermillion,
$5,000: Port Clinton, $8,000: Kocky river,
10,080; Maumee river, above Toledo,
$ 7 000.
Thero is no little anxiety among vessel
owners and shippers as to how the fleet
now loaded in Chicago harbor are to suc
ceed in getting out. With about 1214 feet
of water some of these vessels are out
from nine te twelve inches, and the pros
pect for a rise does not improve. This
year the water is fully two feet lower than
usual throughout the entire chain of lakes.
The folloAVing assignments of officers of
the Revenue Marine have been made un
der date of the 1st inst.: Captain Francis
Martin, from the command of tho Reveuue
steamer Sherman, at Cleveland, Ohio, to
the command ot the Revenue steamer Fes
seuden, at Detroit, Michigan. Captain Da
vid Evans, from the command of the Rev
enue steamer Johnson, at Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, to the command of the Reve
nue steamer Dix, at Detroit, Michigan.
Captain Gilbert Knapp, from the com
mand of the Revenue steamer Fessenden,
to waiting orders.
The Ashtabula correspondent of the
Cleveland Herald writes as follows con
cerning vessels in that harbor: The
schooners "Oneida," "Wend the Wave,"
"Jessie" and "Snow Drop," belonging to
Hubbard and Company, and lying in this
harbor, hare been repaired and partially
repainted. The schooner ,4B. F. Wade"
leaves soon, probably for Chicago, where,
it is said, she will be employed in the lum
ber trade.
A telesram fromChlcairo under date of
the 10th inst. says: Of 470 vessels in port,
57 are loaded of chartered, and of r4 tugs
10 are in commission. Lumber cargoes
have arrived from Manistee, Pcntwater
and Manitowoc. It is expected that the
Straits of Mackinaw will open about May
10. .
paper company's well a lew days since.
The receipt of a big egg is acknowledged.
Conneaut Citizen.
A cane, uow the propertv of the Rayen
School, and over fifty years of age. once
belonged to Andrew Jacksou....Tbe mi
ners strike has been averted, but on the 1st
or Al a v tne employ ees or tne mines will
again ask for an increase in their wages of
10 cents per ton i ne iron tor tne Ashta
bula railroad is purchased .... Mr. Sheldon
Newton in au article headed "Recollec
tions of the weather" says; that seventy
two years ago upon the 28th day of Maren
the snow fall of ten hours, measured two
feet in depth. Toungitmcn Hegtiter.
The chief of the Telegraph Bureau at
Andover reports that the gravelling upon
the Jamestown branch, has reached a
point within three miles of Andover cen
ter. About half a mile a day can, be put
on, and it is expected that trains will be
running bv the first of May It is almost
a settled fact that the Mahoning Coal Rail
road will intersect the Jamestown branch.
at about a quarter of a mile south of An
dover. Ashtabula sentinel, Jenerson, o.
The family of I'elig Sweet, who came
from the town of Winchester. Conn., and
settled in Ashtabula, November 2Jd, 1807,
are all of remarkable longevity. The de
scendents of Peleg Sweet arc given at-this
time as nine hundred and fourteen. Below
we give the name and ages of the children
now living and the names of those dead
with their ages at the time of decease
Lorrin died aged.. ...
Siuandied " -.. ,.sl
Isaac livine:
Polly died " a
Ara. liTinar
Iradied " il
Lewis died " 76
Fredtis, living " ..59
Peleifdiert - " -' , 9
Clarissa died " ,.. ;.. 43
AA uliard, living
Orpbadied " .63
; - i Geneva Timea
The ice is out of the lake at this point. . .
Fishing has begun at the harbor and six
gangs ot nets were set on Monday. cow
ueaat lle.porUi:
A young man by the name of William
Ballard was killed while getting out logs
in North Hampton on Thursday the 4th J
inst. He was engaged in loosening a log i
34 feet long by 30 inohes in diameter.when
his handspike slipped and the stick of tim
ber rolled upon him, eausing his instant
death. The deceased was about thirty
years of age..; .The canal boat J. Douds,
iiiggins master, from Boston, with brick
was the first arrival at Akron, from the
west.by the Ohio canal, this season. Snm
at it Votint't Beacon. - -
; The engine Is asraln moving the track of
the I ana Y. R. K., and men are at work
upon that portion of the road between
Painesville and Coneord . . . . The Board of
Education advertise that they will
receive sealed proposals for the building
ot the new school bouse until six o'clock
upon the 27th inst. The edifice is to be
constructed after the plan of the school
building in Medina. .. .The attendance at
the concert . given by the Leavitt Bell
Ringer Troupe was largely attended; as
Its merits deserved .-...The masons are
dressing stone for tne underpinning of the
new Methodist Church in Burtou, and the
heavy timbers have already becu prepared
Gtanga Republicon. -
-A.3STZD
SAMPSONS OF THE SAHARA,
THE CITY OF1 TEISITS !
n ARISE.
Full Band
IQrehestra
Orchestra
Fnll Band
tile
diiv
Disciple Cliiiiob,
tu-morro.w-
.l
sun
I .
"Til VS. A. VIJ,I..SS. WATCHMAKER
aud JEW ELl-.lt, Painesville, Ohio. N.JJ.
All work strictly warranted.
HOTELS.
T4CKt'I-:i.l HOOK, IMINESl II.I.I-.
t'KKKNT, IMop. Ouillllills loan 1 ruins
STOCK
Jam Esl
Lri iLK girls arc more itnxtotis than ever
i to harts their mamma' get t twin. '-dolly,'
1 but they will accept, iiolliig' biit l)frlr
I Vanh-ns. ,' ". :
i Jin. Z. II. .Cfttjles. has out-nod a bqiird.
j in,' .stable at Sit ??ri.m1rtrlet;,were,
I even tho ino'sl fastidious hnrsehlaKittltall
! untight to say uri-jh airainst.
lr
a 4t tfMs&mM Vttajri?!ntjljBU2urtc
liioiinip containing tw eut y-ti ve one -dollar
nntus jtLst. issued bylie I"rsl National ,
BaukOvk. tJiitJioaO mwd j
tvn?rt-si.iUHm nn9 always -been thought a
difficult !iihc," 'atid In-' .Tact is attended with
Uiany difficulties.. ;W ace, informed that
Hrj iVfiiiini who has given the matter -eon-siderablc
study, and who luis perfected a
sure means of removal' of- these enemies of
the luinittu, system, recently took a; solium
pf nine feet In length from hoy of about
bugbfeen years ftf,ge.'i .atwu'i . .
: IKTF.BMISSIOX-! ,
... - VAST SD. ", . ,. .
1st. Bird of Paradise Waltzes tar- 1
raneed bv Geo. Burt) Full Baud
2d. Overture, t i'Caliiaa"Bat-l s
dae (byTOtTn!rT fBoildeatf! ;.f7.. ".'Orchestra
Bra, Gallop .it "WW auraaa tucnes")
: ... . . Orchestra
4th. .AVhltaes-"WlB; Wometf'met ' '
Sanir" (Strauss; r'ull Band
Finale..... .. , Selected
t- (i.t".i 1. 1 p.j ' 1 1 r.-.i.v
; -" A Heavy Fotfall. 1- 1
'Late sleepers in the sumptuous apart-
ments pDlie, Stq.ekwell House weresud-
denly'aValtened friTm tlieir sweetest slum
ber by a jarring? echoing footfall, followed
tW a short silence and then 'continued and
general confusion. ' investigation showed
that the commotion had been caused by
an unlucky accident to Mr. R. It. (Rail
Road) Foote. It seems that the gentleman
pained had, on retiring to his room, tijMin
J Friday efeniug,. handed the key (after
locking tho door) through the -transom to
a gentleman in the hall.--The key was not
returned iu tne morning, aim xue unittcKy
inmateof the room being unable to effect
au exit in the legitimate mauner, had re
sorted to lhc novel, and (as it proved) ex
poditious way of going down the light
uing t;od "45ul t'&w Would baAAlh'Hight of
this way of reaching liborty, and still
fewer .' would liavo dared to hare put the
plan into execution. - Alas! that it was
done: for the injury to the daring uiau, ad
ded to the chagriu that he experienced
because of his Inability to make the de
scent gracefully, footed up to more tbau
the pleasure gained by a few moments of
morning exercise, . possibly could have
done.' The rod broke! Foote lost his foot-
holdJ;BiittaIthou!jhhc "lo8t his legs" he
WAIFS FBOX OIR HEADERS.
IKOTICE- While the column of the JOVJtXA L
or always open for tho publication of articles
upon ewry subject of interest, so long asthy shall
moAUUH nolMna oj a inrsona or owtustve uaruro.
yet the Editor dots not in any tea Ivolti himself
responsible for the rieus that riir-y be advanced by
ins several j - - .-j
Ep. Journal: The Nation is approach
ing a new election of President. If we
can judge anything by the way the lines
are being drawn, it will lie the liveliest
and most spirited time since the first
election of Abraham Liucoln. Party lines
are changing and new principles are being
adopted, a new party forming. The last
ale from the East brought to our ears the
rst battle cry of this new party. It pro
claims lor its principles, mi mat 1110 po
litical action 01 individual and convention
should be left free from tho influence of
political patronage. That business men
should not, under the fear of unjust offi
cial interference with their affairs, be coin-
pellet to par tribute for political pur
poses. 2d That public offices shall be
created for public convenience mid not as
servants for partizan services, or from
iAftj. r.indKeiuent. oil That the triumph of
Republican principles
T' TBB OPEXIXO OF NAVIGATION.
Advices from various points upon the
upper lakes saytbat the ice is disappearing
very rapidly, under the influence of warm
rains and high winds. The ice in Lake
Eric is sun nara except near snore, wnere
it is noney-combed and rotten. The pa
pers : have been full however of items
heaaea "first arrival," ana "rirsi ae
nurture from this port," Vessels coming
from points up the lake show signs of bard
weather, and several nave oeen wrecked
near Chicago, and in the rivers. Taking all
in all the season is opening well, and the
prospect is nne tor tne snipping 01 a great
deal of freight. Special dispatches from
AYasmngtoa . give intelligence 01 uiiis
agreed to by the Senate Committee of
Commerce, which are intended to facili
tate and render successful many measures
taken in marine affairs. Among tbem is
the following concerning the lake coasting
trade.
The Senate Committee on Commerce
last Saturday agreed to a bill of interest to
Chicago. Milwaukee, Detroit and other
lake ports, providing that the master of
everv vessel ftrngageu au inn Aorein unit
coasting trails on the northern and north
western frontiers of the United State
shall, before the departure of the vessel
from a port in one collection district to a
port in another district, present to the col-
teeter at the nort of departure duplicate
manifests ot his cargo, or, 11 ne nas no
caret), duplicate manliest s to mat eneet.
In case the vessel touches at any interme
diate port, and discharges or takes on car
go, the fact must be reported to the collec
tor of the port. A provision is made that
no additional fees for reporting shall be
collecteu at the port of entrance or the in
termediate port. - Where the cargo is from
a foreign Hrt, a permit is to be obtained
before unloading, anu tno law docs not ex.
enipt masters from reporting, as now re-
qtAArclA, .1 U J gWAI, UCUHHCU 1U1 lUlClgU
ports. The last section provides that no
permit 6hall be required for the unloading
or a cargo orougnt irom an American port
Ne additional expenso is entailed upon
vessels by this Act, but a little additional
labor is reonired of the master of the ves
sel. One of the principal intentions of t he
Act is to provide reliable and accurate
statistics for the coasting trade.
"Mr. Coluirn. of Indiana, introduced a
bill declaring that uninterrupted naviga
tion from Lake Superior to tlie sea is es
sential to the commerce and prosperity of
the States bordering upon the lakes! di
recting tho President to appoint three
commissioners to examine aud report, the
improvements necessary to extend and en-
liii-irti tin. iinvi-rftbli. itulAr r.f th liiL-oa
and the St. Lawrence, and requesting the !
government ot c annua to appoint three
commissioners to net wllh those appointed
bv the United States. The bill was re
ferred to the Committee on Foreign Af-
j lairs," Apropos of this it may be well to
quote. 1110 m. catnciTiies journal, upon tne
Taixesvili-K, April 15, 1872.
Epitor 3TOR1HBRS Ohio Jourxal: Peri
mit me, through your valuable paper, to
state a few facts that have occurred with
in the past six months, uuder my own
personal observation. Having treated
more than two hundred eases, called dys
pepsia, on examination, I find there are
only an average of two in ten real dys-
pcpbA cases; ll iHuaucc, jiaauu vuaaijb
affections. The symptoms of the disease
resemble, somewhat those of dyspepsia,
and in fact indigestion is almost a neces
sary consequeuce of its existence. Tt
generally commences witn a sense 01
luluess across the upper part of the abdo
men, between the pit of the stomach and
the umbilicus. The fulness does not gen
erally occur iniuiediatelv after takinz
food, but is felt more sensibly some home
afterwards, and, more particularly, during
the evening and early part of the night,
considerable difficulty of breathing is of
ten experienced which is usually propor
tionate to the amount of fulness of the ab
doineu attended with unusual labor and
fatigue. The distension ot the stomach
and bowels is often very great, but is not
usually attended with much pain, the
sensation being rather that of distress
tbau of actual suffering. Occasionally it
amounts to severe pain, which is more or
less constant, and may be mistaken for
colic; out it diners rroin tnat anecuon in
the character of the suffering aud in lo
cality, being situated more across the pit
of the stomach aud in the sides over the
track of the large intestines instead or the
region of the umbilicus. The cause of the
distension ana sunering is an accumula
tion of blood or gas which is generated in
the stomach in consequence of imperfect
digestion. It is a circumstance worthy of
remark that, notwithstanding the imper
fect manner in which digestion is per
formed, persons suffering under this dis
ease do not masticate. As in many other
affections the countenance indicate
sickness. Thus a medicine that would
aid a sufferer in dyspepsia, would be of
little use tor gastro envitis. This disease
does not appear to be limited to any par
ticular country or locality, though usually
more prevalent in cities than in the coun
try. A predisposition to the affection is
undoubtedly induced by a peculiar con
dition ot the atmosphere. As a general
rule the nervous system is considerably
affected and the patient is harrassed with
apprehensions in reeard to his condition
and is liable to become a confirmed hypo
chondriac. Remission ana exacerbation
occur In a great proportion of cases, and
sometimes the patient wilt appear and
feel almost entirely free from his com
plaint tor manv hours or eveu days, when
suddenly he will be attacked with par
oxysm or aggravation of the disease per
haps of great severity ; and this condition
may last many hours or even days, if suit
able means oi reiiet are not empioyett
Gastro envitis may be intercurrent or
complicated with a great variety of other
diseases either primarily, secondarily or
consecutively, but most frequently-asso
ciates with affections or the spleen, lungs,
heart, kidneys or liver. These affections
sm hiuovnr crtmprn I! v mprA fnnctinnal
derangements produced by sympathetic
causes rather tnan organic aiseases wnen
the gastric affection manifests itsclt pn-
marilv. v ery respectiunv.
Joseph Johxsox.
stanpard herbal rkmapies.
FoRladies',misses' and childrens' Straw
Felt and Velvet Hats, go to Paddock's,
No. 221 Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Corns on the toes,
Corns on the nose,
The worst corn that grows.
Cured by Smith Marvin,
Eureka Corn and Bunion cure.
No cure! No pay I !
Price only AO cents.
Smith Marvin, Druggists,
87G Painesville, Onio.
T. S. Paddock at No. 221 Superior street
Cleveland, Ohio, keeps a large stock of
Ladies Furs, and pays particular attention
to altering and repairing old silks.
We clip the following from Danforth'e
Li'lht for the, World, a monthly magazin
published in Cleveland, Ohio.
"We commend the following advertise
ment cut from the Teleyraph, inserted by
our agency at Painesville, Ohio. It hits
all localities, and is fully endorsed by me.
Dasforth.
Beware ef 'quack' fluid, represented to
be Dantorth's Son-Explosive Fluid. The
genuiue 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 palming off a spurious ar
ticle for a genuine, would be guilty ef sell
ing spurious medicne to a sick man."
M. L. ROOT.
. CONTAINING THE.
GREATEST OF THE GREAT SHOWS,
And FIFE Complete, Diatinet and IHfferent Exhibition,
ZXT SEPARATE, GAS-X.XT FAT7TC.X.XOXTS,
WILL BE PITCHES IN
, Saturday XvZair
.1 WorM of Wonder under Continent of Canva: Mature .Vo-
madle and Nationalized iit
Cosmographic Caravan and Mastodonic Henagerie,
atine the largest, living complete epitomization of Foreat, Juuirle, Desert sad Plaia. sad aa
ALYPSE of the Malestv and Ferocitv. Terror. Beantv. and Inflalut VirlM. r a iT,.j w. .
AYrrui'EATR ArCli Zone of both HmipberM. All exhibited,
SEPARATE MAMMOTH TEXT, Devoted Exclusively tofthia
Immense Moving Zoological Garden !
Offerinr. as a special, Unique and Costly Feature of Interest and Enlightenment, a METROPOL
ITAN MUSEUM or Antiquarian Researches of Celebrated aavana, Wonderful Art sad Mechanical
scuievements. Huge and Deadly Reptilian Specimens and Splendid Aviarv Atlrar.tiana. i,ni
and producing, under a guaranteed Forfeiture and KEWA.XD ot 0100,000, the marvelous and only
Ali Ben Abdellah Troupe of Real Bedouin Arabs,
(Fourteen in Number)
Sole Genuine
Mussulman Xade Men,
and the Verita
ble Gymnastic
SENSATION
of tat
CENTURY, --
Whose Entirely Original
and Pre-Kmineatly Un
paralleled Feats of '
and Agility, alone consti
tute aa Amply Varied and
complete atertainaent at
Treble the Expense
ot any Circus Company In
the country.
Including-, without ex
tra charge,
A Cyclopean Hippodrome of Celebrities.
In a Superb, GAS LIT, SEPARATE TEXT, capable or comfortably and safely seating Fir
Thousand Person, in which the Loveliest Ladv equestrians, tho most Benowned Monarch! of
Muscle, aud veritable enuine "Stars' will nartic.innl.n- in ah nklinnitA imnrrAmmii of Vnw Aifca
Daring Innovations, Graceful Kxempliilcations and Gorgeous Animal and Arenie Spectacle.
uiTiiis eatu uav, ai iu t. ., n inuzimg, irresistible ana inuispntame, ree illustration or tne
Illimitable Resources and massive wealth of The Ubkat Mastodon, iu the moving Mountain ot geld,
CHEOP'S CHARIOT,
LED MIOMWAY, HOLIDAY I'll OCESSIOy OF THE XATION8,
Marshaling in Princely Pomp and more than Eastern Splendor the Elephants, Camels, Dromeda
ries and Arabs, the AO Resplendent Iron Lairs, tiolden Cars and V ehicles, and the Monster Caval
cade of the Oreat Five-Fold Alpha Aggregation of the Aa-e: niajesticallv moving in pondroua mag
nificence to the strains of Prof. M. C. Sexton's (the King of Cornet Players) real Professional Band.
TWO GUA.ND HOLIDAY EXHIBITIONS DAILY.
Door open at 1 and T P. M. Arab and Circus performances to commence eae hour later.
MARRIED.
HUSK MrCLKARY April 17, tttt. at the rea
idrnceofthe bride's fntbor, in this city, by J.
AV. Ingram, Mr. Henry AV. Husk of Aharon.
Pennsylvania, aud Miss Alice McCleery of
Painesville.
This happy pair started on their wedding tour
through the East AYednesday afternoon. They
carry with them the best wishes of a host of
warm friends. -
last f (Letters
TTNCAtLFJ) FOR IV THE POST OF
U flee at Painesville, Ohio, , April 19. 1372.
LADIES'. LIST.
Child, 31 rs 3 Sawyer, M iss Xellic M
( borne, Mrs H C Thornton, Airs Emms
Finley, Miss Mary .1 AV hi to, Mrs S T
Hielwl, Miss Maggie AAriuear, Mi's Cornelia "E
McCarty, Margaret Williams, Mis Ella
Perry, Airs Mary Winchester, Relepha
i-ratt, cstuer i
GENTLEMEN'S IJST.
Kirk, George
Alacomber, Francis
Mauley, .Tason
A verv, A M
Babbitt. A N
Cady, H AV
Chenev, A L
Coats, A H
Crofoot, Frank
Davis, Kev J A S
Doolittle, C AV
Hood. Mirbael
Gauss, J A
oeaay, w nne 4
Hall, R
Herrmann, August
iioweiis, oeo
Oysters. M. L.Itoot cells those cele
brated Baltimore Oysters by the case or
can. Received daily by express. Xo. 83
Main street.
The accident to Mr. K. F. Benedict,
whiled eeply regretted by all, has not,how-
ever, made his old stand any the less a de
sirable plaoe at which to purchase any
thing that may be wanted in the line of
Boots and Shoes, both lor ladles and chil
dren's aa 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 patrons,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 only 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.
For Trunks, Valises, Buffalo Robes,
Satchels, Umbrellas, Ac, go' to Taddocks,
So. S21 Superior street, Cleveland Ohio.
COMMERCIAX.
A INKS VI LLC MARKET.
Mears, 'AA'illiam ting As.
Miners Mechanics Il'ld-
Norton, Joel It
llogers, m
Shepherd. T F
blimner, It X
Underwood, Rev E
AVestfall. Herman M
Wilcox. Chas A
AVood, M J
Young, Dr M B
HELD FOB POSTAGE. .
Mrs E P Head. Ashtabula, O
F M Green. Alliance, O
Prof. T 3 Bryant, L L B. 8t Joseph, Mo
Alice II Naon, Omaha, Nebraska.
BADLY DIRECTED.
S O Malory, Lake County, Ohio.
Persons calling for the above letters will say
'advertised." G. E. PAINE, P. M.
Journal Office, April 19 P. M.
Thu market in flour is without material change,
though holders are very firm at present prices
and expect an advanca in a lew days. Wheat
has been neglected during the week, but did not
decline. Friday and Saturday the market was
very Arm at an advance of ia, with very few
sales. The corn trade is active, but we do sot
revise our quotations. No improvement to not
iu the oat market, but Ko. 1 whits finds ready
sale at 40c Much tlie largest part of the trade
during the week has been in corn meal and chop
feed the supply being hardly suffioient for the
gre.it demand.
Below we give the latent quotations:
Buying. Selling.
FINANCIAL.
nOn'ETARI.
. How is This vox High? Wm. Haydn,
of the Globe Mills, has just received the
First Premium on the best barrel of AVhite
Wheat Flour at the Northern Ohio Fair,
held at Cleveland, Ohio, 1871. Premium,
a Silver Medal. This is indeed a triumph
for the Globe Mills. Some 30 or 40 of the
beat mills in the west competed for this
medal, but there Avas no use, the old Globe
was put through a course of sprouts in
the early part of the season, and 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 the latest impro-ements,
consequently he has one of the best mills
in the United States. We aro glad to see
him reap a reward for the liberal expen
diture he has made on the Globe. ''Cast
thy bread upon the waters" if yoa want a
silver medal.
M.L. Root sells the Globe Mills Flour
in Painesville.
Thkke thousand yard liucn militants
Just received t P. Pratt Co.'.
T. S. Paddock, manufacturer, and ha
constantly on hand all varieties of Fire
Painesville, April 198 P. M.
Another week has passed without any decided
relaxation In the money market, the common in
tercet rates in New York being from 9 to 12 per
cent, regular on prime paper. The greenbacks
drawn from the banks last week have not been
put in 'circulation. The investigation of the
Tenth National Bank has brought to light tho
following facte: Mr. II. X. Smith, one of the di
rectors of the bank, and also one of its largest
stockholders, presented on the evening preceding
the lockup, at bis bank for deposit, an unex
ampled amount of checks, amounting to nearly
t.5,000,000. The bank officers knowing this bal
ance would be demandei on the following day,
collected from the banks tbe checks were drawn
upon, legal tender notes, thereby reducing the
reserve required by law live millions of dollars
there being but very little if any surplus over
the required amount at the time this large draft
was made upon them. This fact, with another
that nearly all the currency sent from tne West
to New York during the past week has been Na
tional, proves still a serious embarrassment for
the banks.
On Wednesday Money was easier and loaned
freely at from 6 to 7 per cent.
Notwithstanding the above facts Storks have
ruled high, aud although on last Saturday there
was a sharp decline, causing consternation in
the ranks of the bulls there was a corresponding
reaction on Monday and the tendency has siuce
been upward. There has been much discussion
upon the forthcoming dividend on Northwest
Railroad stock, tho fluctuations being marked,
owing to the feeling that the dividend may be
passed on the common stock.
Governments are in sharp demand and prices
for tbe whole list arc higher titan they have been
for a long time.
The reports of railroad companies for March
arc very favorable, as compared with tlie same
month of 1671. The Lake shore aud Michigan
southern shows au increase in gross receipts of
1,4H0; Central Pacific, MS,6e-l; AV abash, 6T,
191; Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati aud In
dianapolis. HS.?85,
The increase of the gross earnings of lhc Lake
shore Road for the ilrst three months of 1SC2, as
compared Willi the same months of is?l, is $6SS.--J43;
t leveland. Columbus. Cinrinrinnnti aud hi-diauanolji-.
llli.WI; Central Parilic, SU1.0;; M -
bash. i!4t,KS . The Lake (shore has increase 1 Us
eartiinKS this year over last almost twice that cf
anv other road in the couuiry.
The follow ing are the closing prices of tho
promiuent Railroad Storks, Gold and Govern
ment-:
XX Sprintr Wheat Flour
XX Red AViutcr do .
XXX Amber ' do
XXX AVhite do .
Rye do
Graham Flour per cwt. . .
Corn Meal,...
Chop Feed, .
salt, per dim
No. 1 Mackerel, per ; bbl.
No. 1 AVhite Fish, per X bbl.
No. 1 Trout, per H bbl
Potatoes
White AVheat.
Red AVheat
Rye
Corn, shelled
Corn, ear, New
Oats,
Butter ,
Lard
Cheese
Tallow
Chickens, V n
Hams
Shoulders.
Dressed Hogs. ... j .
Beef.
Eggs
Boans
Dried Apples
Green Apple....;.
Hav
50
. 7 80
60
. a
, 10
. IN
St. 03 to 1 40
atijoo wtoa i
... 00
...1 5
...1 60
t 45
H 08
60
40
75
1 TS
1 10
.
. Ot
. 40
. IS
.
. 18
. T
. U
.. 10
: i
A OB
.Oft$00
. 1
.1 59 00
.. 7e
. lOOQUO
.14 00
6
6
.. 8
18
IVi
10
IS
ts
10
1 8091 40
mens, Police and Military Caps, with all
Geld
Silver larac...
Silver small
is ol paramount
importance to the country and that the t onlarceuient of Wcllnud canal
nf Oi.ici.. iift,.i,-vl,ci li, ia 1 i.tn 1,.,..., ,1... V.....I .' .,i,flw.;
o... v.. , ... -v .. ,, o u....,ut .-. J,, u. ......... t '. ',.- r-.ll ....1 ... .1 11.11 Vimnrl,,. I Wv.t M' lull I'll.. I,
ing nuttonai election, noes not ucpena on iug that lu the estimates which win be in- - ' -i- - -. ,?" "jAVi- cu
air one-rndivldnal.-h-Thnf t lit" pros- trodnccd during the ensuiug session of street, Cleveland, Ohio. ! Kivc-Twenties fiH'.i' cou."
perity f the country demands thorough I Parliaments!! appropriation will be asked ; - I Vivr-'l wciuics iin'so cou.
radical and immediate refVinu in-all 1ho! for from the House to ooniiiioiioc the en- DON'T hawk, hawk. spit, spit, blow, . cire-Tn-rniics ilmir.i .Ian.
aenartinents of tho public service., civil..! laxureincnt of ibe AVelhind Canal, anil if : !,!,., n.l .ii. .n.t v.m kn,i with vonr : Five-Tweiuies ls.
nuutary anu naval, aun mat me '-tiue the money ts granted the worn ol enlarge- ,--trrli muliu .ifl'im.ivi. mlm- when
Tor,., ii-iii..h.io' iv. i- ibu ir..i,i..,.ii.,! ,.m..., I ., -iii i... ,.....r..i...i in. u, i --alarm, ua its oticnsiAu oeiot, vi non
will conduce more to that cud, tuau anv The Commitleo of Cotuuierco uV the i Sagc' C turrh Remedy will speedily do-
.. . i . .. .......... Tl. , . . . . . 1 1 , t t . . . . ! . . i i .. . .. : i . . .. .. .. J
oili'.i lutaeuiu. u'-, uiii i. :i luv mill illuusc Ol millvbt
Kivcr and Harbor .
n vs referred, Imve repot'
referenco to the Committee of Appropria- J T. S. 1'aPPoCK No. 231 Superior street,
Buying
.... no
Selltng.
Ill
rolling and nlready from Maine to Cali
fornia the altnra of this new Liberal Re
form Party are being erected. There is a
new tide in the affairs of politics and meu
who are tired of tbe . President turning
the whole official power of tho iiutiuu to
reelect himself, are looking toward rln-
entatives, to whom the j stroy all odor, arrest the discharge, aud
A ppnipriatiou bill 1 al- cure Jou. ,-,7s.
ve reported their bill for
1 rircTui-tilin. 'ISltSI
Dr. ! Ten-Forties
Mi.' I urrcncT
New live l'er Cents
STOCIS.
lion for revision. That Com mit tec, it i
understood, will report the bill for action
aubstaullally as it stands. The apiirupri-
MiiuiiH it columns are yi,ivryni m an, most
Cleveland, Ohio, ha tbe largest and
finest lot of gentlemen's, ladies' aud child
ren's Hats and Caps in Urn city,
ll?ev
111
113
111
1P1U
m
t1S
IMS"?
11. AS,
Hill,"
1 1 Ki
ll I "
114
11S
113
11 w
11.
W'i
lilt
lilt
AVabasb preferred, fcv
C. i .l.ll !W
Vniou Pacific .i
llarlctu list;
Lake Mioro 117 s
l ake shore, scrip,
KY.t eul'l.t Hnd. V.'S,
do t'ej-tlllcates Wij
AVahash
Illinois Central
Eric
( lev. Pitts . . .
N. AV. common .
N. AA' . preferred .
Rock Island.. ..
. 19
tsl.lf
. W
. Kit
.
11S
-WOOL MARKET.
We have no change to note front our price of
last week Ke to 95c per pound.
. ClevelauaaU
CLEVELAND, April 19.
The following at the wholesale selling price
which are carefully revised and corrected. Tn
report of the sales of grain always Indioates tn
price from store unless otherwise designated:
Flora The market has remained quiet and Is
verv firm. The demand ha been good but there
has' not liecn any change la price sine but
week. AVe quote the following:
City -mail XXX white ...8 758 CO
" XX amber 8 SaotS W
' XX red No. 1 7 7.V SO
XreilNo.8 .11037 78
Country-mad XX white.....'. 6 SO
II red.... 7 lff 0
" Xred. 8 767 0
Rve Flora The market has remained quiet
and unchauged; quoted ati.0UiS5.5O.
Wheat The market firmer now than dnring
the first pai-totthe week, but still dull. There
has been rise of two cent upou Red winter
from store, making the quotation for No. I 1.7.
No. t i stcadv at 1.70.
Corn Market dull and steady. There has
been an advance of on cent par bushel since
' last week;. itioted al 03c for shelled from stone;
ca.ts 4Sc on tlie track.
Oats Have remained dull and steady
throughout the week; quoted at 43c for No. 1
State, from store.
Ryk Quiet nd steadv; held at 75c for
It ablet Market Ann and prices the same s
last week, varying from 70c to 100c for good 10
choice,
Pokk The market is steady and the rates re
main ibe same as in last week's report. No,l
me-s held at KUH1; No. 8 do liot'; till clear
11.U0.
La an Market unchanged; eltv rendered,
quoted at !i'-"ac; country at S-.Wo.
ItEKF No change iu the market during the
'week. Kxtr.i mcs 11.0ft.
Hyttek Tbe market ealo-,"dem.snl fair, re
ceipts luritr. Tho price haviug fallen some
what lower, the rates are as follows: Cnoica
AYoterii Keservw and funcv roll 94S4o: grades
below lancing from IS to 1S0. During the com.
iug w eek llieix- will probably be movements sira-ihu-
to those of last week.
ntSE--AlHrkel fli-in f.ir tM st flSKiSOc tor flno
faciorv: l4(s:lfto for gnod. Faitory now selliuir
for I ( Inc. there have tieen u great changes
dining tbe pat neck, and tit demand it limi
ted to the local irainc.
Ks The market easier at ITe Instead of tltS)
vtv as in l ist week's qnotatiims. The market is
well supplied.
PoTAroKS Firm and in fair demand at last
week's prices; .Ao U,r peach blows from stora
ud t,' forrarliMs.
OMossMcady al S-ii-'.'.JO,
eiv York Live tck.
New Yoke, April 18.
Bl-KVfi The sales to-dav foot up 1,900, mak
ing the w hole tunntHT thou for thit srtk 7, toe.
Tho market lots been cbavactrted by ouly
sliht or niediiuu ftuctuaiioua, qtiohsl to-dav a
til lows: liw -;v,c for Tcxans,I?',(.13c for fair to
good llliiHii-, and Wse ftir lai cattle. Eiaht
cars at Ohio siitl.led TexaDsol'4 cwt sold at
11 .c; A cms goAHt . cwt Tuat lave, 57 lbs
K.'i- ewi; 7 ears Illinois 7v cwt at IMlS.SiC, aud
tonic tUiio-1 cwt (,-iwt at lsvc,
Hli;r Are at present verv scarce and vorv
high. The small pidy of A'ednoday miiai lb
luai Kci vu. vuoiuti to-uay at niic lor wool.
a car IM Iks Ohio clipped reaching 8vc and
nuiyiMwrr snorttupnlv
Jersey laiubt olu t
car I:i C b wool lie. Ouly the wr
nemiiurd ol tlioe rnt
tMitS OOeAch.

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