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SOUTHERN OHIO JOTOHAL.
JAMES E. CHAMBERS, Editor. SATURDAY, - OCTOBEB12 , 1872. KOITOBMAL. PAKAGBAPMS. ! Regretting the necessity which com pel any excuse, we are yet coinpt-lleU to afck the indulgence of those of our friends whose' contributions have been unavoidably left overio consequence of the crowded state of ear columns. IaaitaouB Pennsylvania has invented new dye for textile fabrics, which .de stroys the eye-ight of aeams tresses rapidly and completely. From pure lyJOilcoioglcal point of view the experiment- may bevery interesting, but in these days of -arsenic and analinc, un sctentiflo people may hesitate to stand the hazards of the tlye if they have to "go It blind." In a late number of the Gulden Aye, Mr. Thomas M. KewbotiW gives expres sion to his views of what good results would he. likely to follow from the es tablishment of a modified phalanstery in which children should be fed, clothed and educated at the public: expense that is, an establishment for this purpose should be a boarding school, the fees of which should he paid by the public at large rather thau by those persons whose children are benefited by it. In short, Mr. Newbould would have the Stat lo completely what it now does partially by Its common school system, and in the Hook h and Psprrt. The Struggles of Petroleum V.Nasby, Ac. with an introduction ny Hon. cnaries feuuioer. Ronton: 1. X. Kie.'iardsim Jt Co. 1MT2. pp.- 730. A larire Sro.well pub lished, illustrated bv Thomas Saet in I uiauy full-page and characteristic sketches, well bound and sold by huu criplion. Probably there are few writers of the present day whose names are more widely known than D. R. Locke, or, Petroleum V. Xasby. Commenced at an early period of the war, his sketches have continued to the present time, and while they may have lost some of their original force through change in polit ical circumstances, yet they still are re ceived with favor by a large proportion of the public, and we doubt not but that the present publication will be accorded a most liberal patronage. !so far as we In the world, hut it is very unsafe dur ing the winter months on account of the Northers " which Wow in Irom the sea with terrific force and enrise great destruction to Whipping. It is semi-circular in formand about two miles wide aud is capable of containing all the navies ot the world. Around the edge runs a range of hills increasing in height a they retreat from the waters' edgi?. The city occupies a very pictur esque situation on the nil I -side, extend ing around nearly the fuli length of the range. All men-of-war anchor among the extreme outside" vessels : imag ine a fan extended, of which our ship forms the end of the handle and the city the outer portion of the seetor thus made, the intermediate snace beine occupied by the shipping. . .Looking off to the right the extreme end of the fan and there we beheld the dreaded promon tory, known to sea-faring people as Reef-topsail joint. The wind con stantly blows a perfect gale around this can judge from the extracts we have j dangerous headland, aud the serf dashes seen, toe work is a lair compilation oi Mr. Locke's writings and lectures, and, indeed, we are assured in a circular, that the articles . have been carefully condensed and revised uuCer his own personal; supervision. The illustrations are lair, and taken altogether the work ii a very readable one of the kind. NOTES FROM AFAR. OVR.OWX CORRESPONDENTS. fvriously upon the sharp and jagged boulders at its foot. Prudent seamen invariably shorten sail before attempt ing to round it. ext to tins come the batteries and fortifications for the de fense of the city, running for some dis tance on top of the bluff which here rises perpendicularly. They command the entire harbor. ' Most of the guns are ugly looking customers; I noticed par ticularly some of our fifteen inch guns and a number of English guns; among them an immense 300 pounder Blakely. Immediately in rear of these were the barracks and drill zround tor tne troops, Every pleasant day we could see them exercising, their bayonets glistening in the sun, and tne bright colors of their uniforms showinsr plainly against the dark backarround of rock behind. Fol- lowinz after the batteries comes the city itself, stretching from there nearly r., ! w ai-p nff anon as it it 1 a round to the otuer extremity or tne I J-.. V -.... A... ,aa ra!la .. - . - . j Klr I liU. ilCiU , LUC ecuici Y UU lUC wire iiSut,iorwe muM. cross u or - iandW place; the enstom-house ; desert to-day. Uy daylight we are out i nost-offlee : principal hotels and two mj nnuni h onmrnimUv wltli a Ann I of the can roD. and on the west side of I churches. Jfear the lower end comes lot of gentlemen and ladies in the hest the mountains enter upon a vast flood , w, , - sense of these appellations," and pos- plain, some ten miles wme, anu my i jraj frontjg Uon it. The other end is sessed of " voices of remarkable com-1 guide informs me, a day's travel in hike the. worst part of all large cities, length. The soil is loose, black and an- I dirty and miserable without a redeeming narentlv verv rich: but there is no feature. 'At intervals through the city Corrtpowlewie containing ii J(rfti rtt nir m truUy paid or. WriUr'a nam nn& aiblnM re uitiretlon errru eommvnicati'tn an jirivat. ffva- ujum of yoodjWk, returned. Across the Continent. LETTER NUMBER ELEVEN. pass and melody," to say nothing of su perior scientific attainments. ' One can not but believe that, the expositor of this system is somewhat hasty in affirming that his proposition will' be readily seired upon by the masses" if in the "masses" be Included the large race of mothers' who like' to have personal con- taot with and . supervision of, their children ; to tuck them warmly into bed at night, and give them mingled kisses, catnip, and spankings when these little motherly attentions are needed. JLike most persons who talk of men, women, aiulehildren as if they were machines of iron, Mr.- Sewbonld forgets that they have sensitive hearts of flesh, and that there1 are' plenty of . women so unlike Mrs. Jelleby, and so deliciously like Laura Pendennls, that at the very men tion of so horrid a system they will moisture, and consequently no vegeta tion. West of this we rise a few hun dred feet and come upon the real desert, hot, dry, sandy and wearisome. Scat tered over it are a few peaks or detached snb-ranzes. composed generally of chalky stone; and among these John finds water at three places during the day. But no white man could ever have touud It. The skill ot these teuows m hunting water-holes is something won derful ; it amounts to a sort of instinct. Vc would rule alone the toot ot a range, containing twenty little peaks, of which one looked to me exactly liUe an other, and where hot sand, red or chalky peaks and barren flats looked as it tnere was not a urop ot water in nity miles; but John, selecting one peak, would ex claim Ton! (water) and start ror it. Climbing four or hve hundred, teet up the range sometimes It appeared HKe vou perceive immense ravines which von may wonder are not filled up but a short explanation soon convinces you of the folly or it. They are in reality sew ers, at this season perteetiy dry ana empty, but during the rainy season the mountain torrents come dashing and foaming down through these and are sately carried to the sea, which other wise would cause fearful destruction of property. Between us and the shore are the ships representing all national ities from the United States and Great Brilian to Costa Rica and Paraguay and and ail sizes and rigs from the stately man-of-war, to the humble canoe of the native fisherman. Now and then (but oh, so seldom,) we could see our own glorious flag floating from some bark or brig but a comparison with the num ber of some of the other flags failed to awaken any sentiments of pride or em ulation. The hills rise so sharply as to render the inclination of many of the streets, much too great lor cumtort tn clasp their babes to their breast, and vow Ulimbing a mountain of slate and chalk LIimmn thelH remindinn- one verv that the precious ' darlings shall never come into the grip of so horrid an ogre. Shakespeare says tiiat a young man married is a man that's marred mainly, Irhaps, because of babies that are likely to accrue? to him, and for whom he has no' visible means of support; and doubt less such a voung person would take kindly to Mr. Newbonld's system, as also would men and women who dislike children. : But should the public be pre vailed upon to accept this proposition Malthus would soou. feel like squealing with joy in his coffin because his dread . i'ul predictions of an over-populated globe had been proved true; for parents would be freed from all personal respon sibility for their children, and things would soon go to rack and ruin accord ing to the old maxim that what is every body 's business is nobody's business. T-we would turn into a narrow gorge, and almost under the topmost cliff find a little patch ot a few rods square, com pletely hidden till one was fairlv in it, and somewhere around it a little pool or rocky tank of water. One of to-day's pools we found cool and clear, the oth ers lukewarm and brackish. On this route there is a spring, with running water at but one place between Fort De fiance and the ferry over the Colorado. At noon Ave round a cluster of pinon ing shade enough for us to rest an hour; then we pushed on till eleven at night before we were entirely across the desert and into good grazing. We had ridden sixty-five miles since day light, and our animals were nearly ex hausted. June 21I. We are now in a region of good grass once more, and take it rather leisurely again. We could have easily reached the Moqui towns by 1 p. sr. ; but stopped about the middle of the fore noon, and remained tin nearly tnree o'clock. The country lacked water, but grass was plenty; and we had to work much of San Francisco and 'Valleio, It gives a much better view of the city however, nearly every building being plainly visible from the water. On the highest point ot tne ctin is percnea tne lighthouse, giving friendly warning to the seamen of the dangerous vicinity of the breakers, and the refuge from pern close at hand. Away off back of the city rise the lofry peaks of the Andes, many of them clotheu wltn snow and ice. On a bright clear day you can easily distinguish Mt. Aconcagua rising to an altitude ot nve miles, proclaiming himself King of all the surrounding gi ants. It is distant considerably over one hundred miles.' And yet, in spite of the manv attrac tions of the city, and its surroundings, there seems to be something wanting; it is not large enough, like London, Paris or Xew York, to completely fill the eye as it were, but you can see beyond it. and on each side and you find nothing but the black and barren rock. The eye instinctively recoils from these harsh surroundings, and you soon perceive the THE BESDLTR. Although up to this present writing Thursday morning the election returns from Pennsylvania, Indiana, Nebraska aud our own State are not by any means so full as we could wish, yet they are giifliciuntly complete to enable one to form a tolerably correct estimate ' of the general results, and to show that in each of these States the Republicans have beaten the coalition candidates, and, on both the State tickets and the Congres sional elections, have fully held their otn, despite the terrible ruin which it has so often been prophesied would be earned into their ranks by the great " tidal wave?' of reform. . We say that this has been the result id' all four of these States. Perhaps, however, .we ought to except Indiana for,. ul though it ia admitted that the Legislature will be so largely Republi can as to assure Senator Morton's re-elec up the side of the mountain nearly half eiement noV wanfing. It jV the n mila tn hnH anmntr Tilt rtlir hnreM. I - " a mile to find a spring for our horses Like all the rest, this spring sent off no stream; but I observed below it inline a succession of green spots all the way down to the plain. The general impres sion is, that this country once contained ten times the water it now does, and that it lias been, and is yet, gradually drying up and becoming more Darren, xnis view seems to be confirmed by the vast number of "dead rivers" and t' dry lakes" which are found all over the country, as well as the " Aztec" ruins. that ruins the appearance of any city along this coast except Panama, and that is the entire absence of foliage. The soil, if soil it can be called, seems to be a kind of sandstone, which, even wheii pulverized, affords no sustenance to veg etatiou and whether in the form of bar ren rock or equally sterile sand there is nothing to attract or please the sight. At 12 o clock, my hour of duty ex pired, and about the same time the mail boat retured with an immense bag of mail for the ship, n tiling hands were many ot wn cn arc louna wun signs oi , wautin2. to distribute it. and in an ueceauia and cultivated fields in local i ties now utterly without water. From here we turned tne point oi Mi' mountain to the southward and entered the basin, or rather oval plain, which contains the Moqui towns. This section appears to be about thirty miles long and twenty broad, surrounded by abrupt mountains, with halt a dozen passes out. Around these bordering mountains are rich meadows and flue grazing lands, from which the surface slopes down to a barren plain of hot white sand, b rom this rises abruptly, aoout in tne center, which are three jioqui tion, -et in regard to the State ticket the townS) though it is not more than a half contest lias oeen so ciose as to leave uie mile long, aim a quarter wiue. question of victory, even now, so much a matter of doubt that probably the offi cial report alone can furnish sufficient data to decide the result. It may be aind probably is, true that Hendricks is leet4xi, but if so, by a ve.y small what looked like rocky galleries cut into much to Mr. Hendricks' personal popu- I or built on to the face of the mesa. But Jarity d to any effect of the Reform drawing nearer I saw that sandy foot- . . " .iHilia paco in cpnt.lA Kwp.lls. one fthove Jin- iiMMeuieui. uiau or au purposes I other toward the r,iea, to a height of We toiled through the dry sand, and approached this singular community with teeiings, on my part, oi intense wonder and curiosity. From afar we saw groups oi ourros, or sneep ana goats, traveling this way and that, up ana iaraoove I ,Ka lnurnp Tuit tf tllA bill ' . I tUK IW II V v w-.w ..... , I t-hnm mon mrnlkincr tlfirfi and there in jwrMy,auu buis is uuuuuuicuijr uuo iuii w political effect we were sufficiently cor- roct in saying that all these States had gone Republican In bin own' State there was some bad and Inefficient management on the part of the Republicans which resulted in the defection of no inconsiderable portion of the German 'vote. But nevertheless the majority is fully as great as was an ticipated and to .have gained the election bvfrom ten to fifteen thousand in tbeface of ait the labor ;that has been done by the Liberals and the Democrats, is in it self no 'mean; result. The full State ticket is conceded to be elected by ten thousand majority, and is claimed by the Republicans ' by fifteen thousand. The official report will probably show a majority somewhere between these two extremes. The Democrats have carried the two Hamilton County Congressional Districts, the member to fill tbe vacancy there, and Ave other Districts. - But, as r1u Republicans have secured thirteen Districts, their number in ilia delegation to the new Congress will be the same as tijc coming session of the present, - In view of tbe result it is quite certain that Pennsylvania never was really doubtful, but almost every one has so regarded it, and the announcement that liartranft is elected over Buckaievv by a majority f upwards of thirty thousand and that the Republicans have carried eighteen and possibly twenty-three out f the twenty-seven Congressmen, was no less a surprise to one party thau to the other. Nebraska seeme to have entirely disre garded Senator Tipton and, notwith standing his promise, in her behalf, tn tins Liberals, to have deliberately elected the entire Republican ticket by a ma jority of something over five thousand. It is an old saying that as the October elections go so will go the November contest. Whether this is true or not it is at least quite certain that this whole sale defeat will have a very demoraliz ing effect upon the Liberal movement, even if it does not prove to be over whelmingly disastrous. We suppose it is generally known that the managers est the Reform movement always ex pected t Jure the election of Mr. Creeley by the force of a stampede, and to earry him to the White House on a wave of populrr enthusiasm. But clear, clean thrusts, such as those of the 8th of this month. ara"J very much like conp Ae. orace to far a that " Tidal Wove" is concerned'. near six hunareu ieet; ana tnat tne perpendicular wall of rock ro3e above these about as much farther. In the en tire circuit of the mesa there is but one Dlace where a horse can get up or down. and this only by the aid of artificial dug ways. On this we entered, and after half a dozen turns emerged almost in the middle of the Tegua town on tbe sum mit. The first Moqui who saw me utter ed a loud cry. and immediately trora every honse the women and children mostot the men seemea to oe aoseni came Douring out on top of the houses, some runningfdown the ladders into the road, and soon we were surrounded by a curious crowd, of mahogany-colored neople gazing with open mouths upon the strange white man. To all advances or inquiries John shook his head with some dignity, and asked forChino, El Uapitan. we were directed to tne next town the space between is not more than two hundred yards and soon found the house of Chi no, the Chief, by which time two or three hundred Moquis were pushing and crowding each other to get a look at us. They clambered on the house and gazed down through the square hole in the roof, until they suc ceeded in getting me and my Navajoe considerably embarrassed. Chino talks a little Spanish, and his right-hand man, Misiamtewah, is fluent in that tongue, so we soon established a good understand ing. Chino grants to us the use of a va-r cant room of one story, joining his house, the same occupied by the Pueblo Agent when he visits here, and we soon made ourselves cotniortaDie. jjeadle. inconceiveably short space of time ev ery one was deeply immersed in letters and papers. Alter gleaning tne contents of the letters and finding all were well at home, our attention was directed toward refreshing the inner man. It would mase your mouth water to toox at the splendid fruit, oranges, bananas, pine apples and cuonomopens not to mention tbe more substantial articles as much luxuries to us as the others. The combat was short, and decisive: it may admit of a question however which was in reality the vanquished; our appetites or the " tresh grub." it reminded one very much of the contest between the Kilkenny cats in which there was not much of either one left worth speaking about. The health ottlcers had Decu aboard in the meantime, and found all well. Our consul Gen. Caldwell also paid us a visit, and was received with customary honor, As usual in entering a loreign port, the flag of the country was run up to our masthead, and a national salute of twenty-one guns Area, This was re turned gun for gun, from one of the" batteries on the bluff, our flag being hoisted oil their flagstaff. A salute of nine guns was fired upon the departure of the consul from the ship. We found an English man-of-war the " Scylla,' and two Chilians the "Gen'l. O'Hig- gins." and ttie "Esmaralda" at anchor in the harbor and soon after the "Res- aca"- and "St. Mary's" of our own fleet came iu forming quite a large squad ron. A party ot us went ashore m the afternoon, dressed in full uniform, as we are obliged to do for a few days in every port. After that we dressed in citizens clothes, which, attracting less attention, we could see the city to better advantage, but ot our visit tnere I wm reserve au account until next week, . - WjLL, NEWS OF THE WEEK. over 1871, gives a largely increased ma jority over auy other preceding year since the war. the democrats claim a gain in Franklin count' of GOO over the vote of 1872, of Secretary of State. The remaining twenty-nine counties are not expected to greatly vary the result in the state, wincn may oe pretty safely esti mated at 15,000 or upwards. ,t the meeting ot the Grand Council of Mason?, in Columbus last week, the Grand Council of Ontario was recog nized. Joseph R. Courod, of At water. was appointed to represent the Ohio Council in a convention to be held next rear to revise the ritual of the Order in the. United States. The following offi cers were elected : Commander, Joseph R. Con rod, of At water. Puissant Grand Master; Peter L. Wilson, of Georg? town, Deputy Grand Master ; H. Theo- bold, of Dayton, Illustrious Grand Mas ter; John Ke.njamm, or Gainesville, Grand P0. Work; Flabius J-Phillips, of Georgetown, Grand Treasurer; John D. Caldwell, ,ot Cincinnati, Grand Re corder; Orestes A. B. Senter, of Colum bus. Grand i;aptain or the Guard; Ja cob Randall, of Waynesvillo, Grand Sentinel. After the election of officers, the Council adjourned to meet in Toledo tho first Tuesday of next September. The fjrand C-hapter of Jtoyal Arch Masons reassembled, and the principal business transacted was the election of J. Kelly O'Neil, of Lebanon, Most Ex cellent Grand High Priest; R. C- Le- man, of Toledo, Excellent Deputy High Priest; Jamas B. Hoyey, of Marietta, Excellent Grand King;"J. W. Under bill, of Canton, Excellent Grand Scribe. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. The governmont has received infor mation of extensive smuggling on the Gulf coast from Key AVest to New Or leans. The manner of perpetrating the frauds is by running goods along the Gulf shore, and thence into the interior to railroad points. Measures have been taken to suppress the smuggling and to arrest the olfenders. It is anticipated in official circles that the award made by the Geneva tribunal will be paid before the expiration of twelve months from the time of its an nouncement, this being tbe treaiy limit. the money to be paid to the Department ot state, and as there is no law concern ing the disposal of it, legislation by Congress becomes necessary for the pur pose. The only official iniormation concern ing the San Juan arbitration is that a decision will be made early this month. In the work now in preparation by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Kichardson, on the finances, he says, after quoting the law of February, 1868, for the reduction of the currency, that at this time the amount outstanding is $356,000,000. That is the limit below which the circulation of United States notes cannot be reduced without Con gressional enactment. Between that amount and the four hundred millions as authorized by law, the issue of the re serve of forty-four millions is left to the discretion of the Secretary, who has never since availed himself of it to any extent whatever, except on two occa sions. lJuring September, I860,- about one million and a halt of three per cent. demand certificates came in suddenly for redemption aud were paid out of this reserve, but the amount so withdrawn was within two weeks again restored thereto. NEBRASKA. The elections passed off quietly. A full vote was polled. The Republican State and Congressional ticket was elec ted by about 5,000 majority Douglass Countv, considered a Liberal strong hold, gave a Bepnblican majority of about 100. COXXECTICCT. . One hundred and twenty out of one hundred and sixty-eight towns in this state nave Deen ueara irom. lttv- eight elect the entire Republican ticket aud in twenty-four these officers have been divided between -the two parties, The Democrats have gained eight towns, which " were "Wholly Republican last year, and the Republicans gained eight towns which were Democratic last vear. CALIFORNIA. A large party of San Franciscans have returned from an unsuccessful expedi tion to the Arizona diamond fields, and denounce the excitement as a fraud. The great Summit Crater at Marena Loa Island, Hawaii, is again in erup tion, but no flow of lava yet. At a dis tance of seventy-hve miles the sight is magnificent. A dispatch has just been received from Governor McCormick, of Arizona Terri tory, saying that the attack of Coloneh Mason on the Apache Mohaves is the most important blow ever dealt to the Indians in the Territory. It is now known that most of the murders and robberies are to be charged to them, and that at least two of the killed participa ted in tne massacre or the iioring party, near Wyckenbuag, in November. A number of those who lately left the Dale Creek reservation were found among the slain. IlDIAXA. Indiana is still in doubt with slight probabilities in favor of Hendricks. One special correspondent at Indianapolis telegraphed late Wednesday night that the counties heard from two-thirds of the State gave Hendricks a gain on the Democratic majority ot two years ago. and that the counties to hear from could not overcome it. He also claimed a Democratic majority in the Legislature. The Associated Press agent telegraphed that tne icepuoiicans ngured up a major ity of 228 for Brown in the State, which is a very narrow margin for victory. There seems to be no doubt of Voorhees's defeat by a triflingmajority, but on the otuer band jonn feter Cleaver shanks is defeated also. Kerr is probably elec ted as Congressman at large, as he was likely to run ahead of the ticket. The Legislature is Republican in both branches, the Republican majority ou joint ballot being so heavy as to ensure senator .Morton's re-election. jijv b:o:m::ex East, West, North & South. GKEjITIEIRIj hews SQath Ainerte. U. S. Flaqship California ) ' Panama U. S. of Columbian August 16th. 1872. J You asked for a description of Val paraiso and South American institutions. Some time has elapsed sine? our visit there, but it may be my recollections of that city will contain something you have not heard before, and bear the merit of novelty if no "other. Before en tering that port we stopped at Juan Fernandez the historic home of poor Robinson Crusoe, and there refitted pre paratory to entering Valparaiso. While the crew were engaged in painting and cleaning we went out hunting and fish ing. There was plenty of sport and we enjoyed it hugely. Everything having been nicely fitted up off we started witli a fair breeze and on the third day drop ped anchor in the harbor of Valparaiso, It was just flfty-flve days since we had seen any mail and the anchor was acareoly down before a boat was sent for the mati and another for fresh pro visions. It happened to be my turn on duty as officer of the Fow:oste; and while waiting for the return of th boat let us look around and see what this gro city presents to our view. The harbor fAne of the largest and finest ScO-, ScO., ScO- OfftO, The great excitement of the past week has, of course, been over the recent elections. On Tuesday the day was quiet throughout the State, although there was intense interest exuioited by all in the result. Even at preseut writ ing, Thursday noon, we are unable to give the full official vote. But returns official and inofficial, from fifty-eight counties, give aggregate Bepublican gains' on the vote'of Secretary of State, over the vote for Governor Noves in 2S7I, of 7,212. and Democratic gains over the yote ot 1871 ot lZ,-"Js, being a net Democratic) gain, in s counties, ot a.uso The-comities giving Bepublican gains are: AshtaDula, Athens, uarroii, VJiarice, Columbiana, Darke, Fulton, Geauga, Greene. Hardin. Highland, Huron Jackson, Jefferson. Lawrence, Logan Madison. Mahoning. Meigs, Miami Montgomery. Morgan, Ross, Sandusky, Scioto. Shelby. Stark. Summit, Trum bull, Union, Van Wert, Waucon, Wash ington, and wood, The lowest gain, is that or 7 votes, in .Morgan county, ana the highest 898 in Ashtabula, where the Liberal Republicans claimed to have one thousand to fifteen hundred votes. The counties that have thus far reported Deniourutiu gains are Allen. Augiaise Crawford,' Cuyahoga, Delaware, J5rle Fairfield. Fayette, Giieensoy, Hamilton Hancock, Henry, Hocking, Knox, Lake Lorain. Lucas. Morrow, Pickaway, Preble, Seneca, Tuscarawas, Wayne and Wyandot. The. lowest reported Demo- cvutlp gain is Guernsey county, g votes unci the' highest is Hamilton county. 7,718 votes. Cuyahoga, though showing a loss of over 2,000 to the Republicans Missouri. The Domocrftt gives a lengthy ac count of a secret iolitieal organiza tion called the American Reform party, information of which was derived from a gentleman holding a high office in its ranks. The statement says the organi zation was first formed in 1867, but it had only a feeble existence, eonlined to a few Eastern States, until the New ( lork riots in 1570, wtien it rook a new start, and shortly after that agents were sent through all the States to form the nrucleus of the American Reform party, and now the organization ramifies the whole country, in Missouri alone there are two hundred and eighty clubs and a State council. In Sr. Louis there are twelve clubs and eouncils. which hold meetings almost nightly, and ciaim to have five thousand voters in this county. The principal features of their platform of principles are. a declaration for the perpetuation oi t euerat union ; mat Americans must rule America, never theless persons born abroal,of Ameri can parents, and foreigners coming to the United states under twenty years of age, snould be entitled to all the rights and privileges of native Torn citizens; that no person should be selected for a political station, whether a native or a foreigner, who recognizes any allegi ance or obligation to any unqualified foreign power whatever ; the recognition and maintenance of the reserved rights of States ; non-interfereuce by Congress with purely State questions; opposition to auy nniou between Church and State, and non-interference with auy religious faith or worship, and no test oatli for office ; thorough investigation of alleged abuses of trust by public officers, and strict economy in public expenditures; the enforcement of all laws constitution ally enacted, until they are repealed or declared void by competent judicial au thority ; that all children are entitled to educational privileges at the public ex pense, tree from sectarianism, and that : there should be no division of school ! funds for other than school purposes. The party claims to have already influ enced some elections in the New Eng- lsnd States, and refers to the fact that there is but one foreign born person on tne Democratfc State ticket in this State as evidence of their influence in Mis souri. The position of the party is not aggressive, but defensive, the object be- ng to defend the laws and the princi ples of popular government, and to com pel every man in this country to oe American. The closing words of the Democrat1! informant are: -'We have in our order persons of all nationalities and religions, and we only ask that they shall all be Amerccansin'principles and feelings. We war not against any man's nationality or religion, but we say that no monarehial principles shall be engraf ted upon the political system of America." C perdav! Agents wanted Or) TO - V All vlasscs of workiuff ixiople, of eiilier sex. yonnir cr oM, make more liHtuey at work lrus"in lln'ir simrc moments, or aU the time, tluin Nt auy thing c!c. Partic ulars free. A'ldre U. $ti:iM"m & Co., Portlaml. Maine. HOWER & HIGBEE The Union Cornet Band Would rc-tvtiV.Uy a mum nee t'.iat they are pre larel to t'urnj)i Music lor all ot tin ivouiro-mt'iit-i of tno present cainimiirn. OX SliOKT NOTICE AM I.l I1EHAL TKKMS. or Tot w sious ujfon which the servuM1?- of a Jlami are re- An Efficient String Band, I also in ronnortiun with tho Cornet BhihI, are j )iri';i:treil to luri.ish Miwic for Halls, Pitr-Nifts, j GKoUiiK JifUT, leader, P. O. Uox CARPETS ! Office Piinnley ' PuiDCsville Ohio. er ISlo;-k. tatt' street OPENING THIS JDjT I J. MansjieUl ct Co., 52 Public Square. CJLKVELAXIt. OHIO, Infant Cloaks, Sacques, Shawls, Rubes. Slips and u naerwear. Ladies' Underwear, a. new style of Sprinsr Bustles, the best thins of the kind in the market. Kcji a Full Stock of NOVELTIES IK 1-ace, Collars, Frinpe Passementry Trimmings. Jet Trimmings, 'Cloafc Ornaments, Ladies' Ties, Ribbons, Belts, Fans aud Portemouaies. MEN, YOUTH, AND B.OYS, In Quality and Style we are not surpassed. Onr Price are Zoic. We have One Priee. We Pay Iietitrn Fare if the individual buys to the amount of $20. NEARER IT GOD XO THEE Dr. Cuyler says of Sarah Flowers, the wi iter of this touching hymn : "She was worthy ot the name; lor 'Sarah' signi fies a princess and sweeter fragrance, has rarely exuiieu Irom anv nower in the garden. This gifted girl married Mr. Wm. B. Adams, an English civil en gineer ot superior abilities, bne was ot frail constitution, and amid many bodi ly sufferings, she kept her pen at work upon various poetical productions. At what time she caught the inspiration to compose that one immortal hvmn, which is now sung around the globe, we have never never learned. Probablv it was some season of peculiar trial when the bruised spirit emitted the odor of child-like submission to a christening Father. It must have oozed from a bleed ing heart. ler liyinn nrst appeared in lyrics, by a Mr. Fox in England, about the year 1841. The authoress did not live to catcli the echoes of fame it was to bring, for she died in the year 1S4!) aged forty-four. She was buried near Mar low, in Essex. Presently the hymn began to work its way in various- collections of songs for worship. It was married .to the noble time of 'Bethany,' and every body caught the strain. In noonday gatherings for prayer it soon became so familiar, that if anybody struck up the hymn the whole audience joiued in." HOWER & IIIGBEE, 238 & 240 STJPBBIOB ST. CLEVELAND, O., S7ch61 -8 WE TOOK 1st Premium on Carpets, 1st Premium on Oilcloths, 1st Premium on Best Dis play of Carpets at U. O. Fair, 1872. Wo have all the C hoice Styles, selected with rreat cave from the stocks of the principal im Kirlin houses in New York, Boston, and Phila- Lileinuia. iesile importations ol our own. and Miave a lavjrer stock of Novelties than any house id oruiern umo. Prices lower than can be made by our com petitor-. STONE & COFFIN, 215 Superior Street, CLEVELAND, PROSPECTUS FOR 187-3. SECOND YEAR OF THE Northern .Ohio Jounal. A LIVE PAPEKFOKLIVE PEOPLE, . Published every Saturday at No. 114 Main St., Painesville, Ohio, by W. C. C1IA.H11ERN & SOX, JProprietora. 03- Fair Dealing is our Motto. -13 ll.VrciIV & CO.'S NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. C "J it made from 50 cts. vXV or 13 samples sent (post use free) I A. PORTER (Jail and examine. (uostase free) for ;') cts. ttiat retail quick for $111. it. I. WOL- LU r f, 1S1 Chatham Square. X. Y. 8wB0 " VSYCHJM ANCY.or SOU L-CHAKM1NG" X !! either sex may fascinate and gain tho l.n. aud affections of auy person they choose instantly. This simple mental acquirement all ca!i possess, free, by mail, forSu cts. together with a marriage guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, H ints to Ladie, etc A queer, exciting book. 100,000 sold. Address T. WILLIAM & CO. Pubs. 1'htla. 8vG0 Invites Attention, to his 1 UH CHASES of FALL CLOTHI3STG I ! PENNSYLVANIA. Returns from the States which held elections on Tuesday are yet very incom plete, and the majorities on either sides are not definitely fixed. In Pennsylva nia the entire Bepublican State ticket and Congressman at large are elected by majorities varying ftom 24,00Q to 30,000. Cameron has telegraphed to Washington that he has secured a majority of the Legislature and that Governor Curtin has been defeated for the Constitutional Convention. The Republicans claim to have elected eighteen out of the twentv- seven Congressmen. H omey s I'ress beads the returns "Greeley's Doom Sealed," and says: "It would be folly to allege that Hartranfs majority is the offspring of fraud, We believe it to be a legitimate majority. General Grant pulled the ticket through. In an ordinary contest the ticket would have been beaten out of sight, but his name and the fear that defeat now would damage him in Kovember rallied thou sands to his support, lie has always been stronger than his party. Having fully challenged such acts of the Admin istration as we believed deserved chal lenge, we shall do what becomes us to support his retention as President.1 SEW YORK. The funeral obsequies of Dr. Vinton, at Trinity Church, were unusually solemn and impressive. There was a very large attendance. The civil suits against Tweed, Con fiolly an J others were before Judge Bar rett, on demurrer and argument, and postponed for two weeks. Forty suits, began in the State Courts, to test the constitutionality of the income tax, and remanded to the' United States Courts, are to be made test cases before Judge Woodruff iu a few days. The Express says it is the general im pression around the City Hail that Wil liam M- Tweed has left the city, not to return for his trial in Oyer and Terminer on Monday, or General Sessions at a later period. At the third annual dinner of the Lib eral Club, Horace Greeley presided Edmund Yates, the English novelist, and Dr. Louis Buchuer, of Darmstadt, were ainoruj to I invited gnosis, and rer spQiuled happily to, the tqaste of Ljtcra. tiiro aid Soieioo, respectively. The annual meeting of the lmericao Bible Union was held Thursday. Re ports were made as to the condition of the Union, and at the even session ad dresses were dolivered bv R"V. tr. J. S, Hndco, p.". A. IL Burlingham. of St. Louis, and others. It Is rumored tliot the meeting of the Baptist Association, which is to take place in a few days on Long Island, Kevs. J. Hyatt Smith and Geo. F. Pan tccost, of Brooklyn, wm he put ou trial for- radicalism on the subject of open communion. Smith's views have caused a great deal of interest among Baptists. 'Stop Jly Paper V Illustrating the fearful consequences of this highly retributive measure, the I'liuaueipnia rost tells tne, following upon the Ledger of that city : This fearful threat reminds us of a story abont Mr. Swaiu, years ago, when he was propiietor of the Ledger. By his course iu regard to some public mat ter he had offended a number of readers, one of whom he met ou Chestnut street, and thus accosted him : "Mr. Swain, I have stopped the Ledger." "What is that, sir?" "I have stopped the Ledger," was the stern reply. "Great Heavens!1' said Mr. Swain, "my dear sir, that won't do. Come with me to the office. This must be looked into." And taking the man with him, he entered the office, at Third and Chestnut streets. There they found the clerks busy at their desks ; theu they as cended to the editorial rooms and com posing rooms, where all was as usual ; finally they descended to the press rooms, where the engineers were at work. "I thought you told me you had stop ped the Ledger" said Mr. Swain. "So I have," said the offended sub scriber. "I don't see the stoppage ; the Ledger seems to be going on." 'Oh! I mean to say that is, that I ah had stopped taking it." "Is that all ?" exclaimed Mr. Swain. "AVhy, my dear sir, you don't know how you alarmed me. As for your individ ual subscription, I care very little. Good day, sir, and never make such rush as sertions again." EnglifOi Colonies iu tne XortnWest. The Rev. George Rodgers, of Dorset shire, in the south of England, accom panied by a number of intelligent Eng lish tenant-farmers, has recently com pleted a tour of inspection through the Northwest made for the pnrpo.se of se lecting a location for a colony of some two thousand English people. After ait ex tended trip, the delegation selected eight townships about 180,000 acres in Clay ounty, Minn., on the line of the Xortii Pacific Railroad half the area being Governuint lands, and hence subject to free homestead entrv by the colonists, and the other half belonging to the Rail road Company. A railroad town, to be named Yeovil, at the request of the col onists, has been set apart to the colony, near the center of the tract. Some two hundred families, embracing a thousand people, intend to leave England for the colony lands in Abril next, and the re mainder will follow during the season. The colonists are mainly well-to-do tenant farmers and farmers' sous, who will bring with them to the United States from $1,000 to $10,000 of capital each, aud a degree of agricultural skill and thoroughness which, when expended upon the fertile lands they have chosen, can hardly fail to result in thrift and success. The full title to the lands bought fiom the Northern Pacific Rail road Company will cost these English farmers less than half as much per acre as they have hitherto paid for the annual rental of Dorsetshi,e lsnds. Mr. Rodgers and his practical associates unite in saying that the facts regarding the quality of the Company's lands, and the general advantages of the North west ern country have been considerably un derstated by the Company's publications and representees in Great Britain., They also concur in the belief that Min nesota and the country further west, in the same latitude, is perfectly ada-ptcd to Euglish settlement, and thsitthepres eut colony movement is only the forerun ner of scores of thousands of Englishmen who will speedily follow and make homes in the great grain belt and stock range of the Northwest. Mr. Rodgers consult ed many of his own countrymen settled in Minnesota, and without an exception, they claimed tobe prosperous and greatly pleased, with the State as a home for Eng lish people who wish to emigrate to America. X8gal Notice- iii-; Stock of MEN'S, YOUTH'S. HOY'S, and CHILDKES'S SUITS, OVERCOATS. PANTS and VESTS, etc. In MEDIfil anil FIXE c;oods is rent lilrat. select ed -with great care, unu'-nallv well made, and will please all who want a foott orit' til olttaf prie. Also a Complete Stock of Hats, Vaps, and Mens9 Furnishing Goods, WILCOX BLOCK", 102 Main Street. Paisesvilli:, Ohio, Sep. 20, 1872. 3 6ii 13 Attention Everybody! Kennedy's Memloclc Plaster, Frlce .ic. ami Hemlock Ointment. 50c. The proprietor has succeeded in utilizing the properties contained in the Oil, 1'itcu.aud Kosin of the Hemlock I'ree, and obtained it valuable preparation to be applied as a salve or Plaster. lor Rheumatism, Croup, Pain, or soreness ol" the Kack, Chest, or Stomach, Piles, Salt Rheum, tfcurvy, Sores, Ulcer, Bunions, Sore Corns, rust bites Chilblains, Soro breasts and Jiip ples. Ringworm, dialing, and Skin Diseases ol an ludaiiiitorv Nature. E. Ai. HtsI.Klt, Asent, Botanic Droireist. MOHUKMJ-IK use Jltjiilurk ZAniment: cures rooi jvii ana sores oi an inscriptions. swuu. MR. B. EHRLICH, Proprietor of the YORK STORE Isnfnin with ns after au absence of two weeks, during- which time he has been in iiew Voi'k huyiug the Ini-arest, finest and most complete stock oi" Dry Goods.Fancy Goods ana Notions ever be'fore offered to the citizens of - Painesville and vieinirj-, and which goods are to be dispot-ed of at the following- prices and which we defv any merchant to compete with. Viz, .PRIXTS, COCHECOS AXD SPR AGUES MERI5IACKS 11c per yard. Delist A M. Thatcher, Plff.i Court of I'om vs. mon Plons, Lake Jksse C. THATcnn. Deft.) Co., O. rri H E said Jesse C Thatcher will take notice I that on thu 6th day of Amrust, A. O. ln;-J, the said Delist M. Thatcher, tiled in the olllce ol' the Clerk of said Court, her petition against him for divorce, alleging gross neglect of duty tind habitual drunkenness for more than three years last past, and thatsaid pe'ition will be lor heariutc at the October, 187a, term of said Court. 11UIIKOW8& SWEKSEV, Solicitors for Plaintiff. Paincst iUe, Ohio, Ang. its ltfTC. U-0,.t COTTON (best 4-4) 12J.e formerly 15c. All others in proportion. PAPER C AMBRIC, 12c, formerly 15c. LADIES' TIES, $1.00 " $1.50 $1,000 worth of EMP.ROIDERIES.fi nest Stock in the City at 25 per eent lower than former prices. KID GLOVES, af lower figures than ever. Alexander.Empress and all other prominent brands. Large assortment of Ladies Hose from 10 cents to 50 cents. Finest assortment ot Shawls in the City from 75c to $i5".00. Crash Toweling 12a cents formerly 15c. Hills 4-1 Bleached Cotton I5c " ISc. 100 pieces Alapaeas just received nt a re . duction of 25 per cent. Finest assortment of Jewelry to be found this side of X. T, at 25 per cent lower than ever. A. new and beautiful Stock of Dress Goods of all kinds at 50 per cant lower than ever. Fine assortment of Dress Silks all colors " Trimmings " " Veloures " " Merinoes " " " loiiib:iziucs in which !, we offer an especial bargain. An unusually large stock of Cassimeres Vcstings, Overcoats, Tweeds, Broad cloths, English Cloths, Ac. fce. "Bed Ticking, lower than ever. Ladies' Cloths of all descriptions. Fienc assortment of Lap Robes at $4.50, worth $5.00. Horse Blankets at $2.25, worth $2.75. Largest assortment of Trunks to be found in the City at a reduction of 25 per cent. Hair work of all kinds. Moliuir Switches 15 cents. Thread Switches 75 cents. Chignons, a splendid assortment 75eents. Real Hair Stitches from $2.50 to $7.00. Very large Stock of Shoes, Gaiters and - Rubbers. An endless variety of "Woolen Blankets. " ' " Counterpanes. $2,000 worth of Ribbons at 50 per cent, lower than ever. Come ones, come all and convince yourselves theKieat liarttains weareuow oilerintt. U EHKI.1CII. of OHIO. S7ch4,60,4 Terms $2.00 -per year. THE Journal, with the number for July 18, enters upon its Second Volume with the highest prospects for the future. Throughout the year just past it has endeavored tofuffll, and has,fulflled the promises contained in its original prospectus anu its aim to present an elegant miscellany of pure and pleasant literature has been so far carried out as was possible in view of the many obstacles necessarily incident to the first year of publication. As set forth on its title page it has been devo ted to Literature, Science. Agriculture and General Home and Foreign news and in the fu ture the aim of its editor and proprietor will be XO tUe JfeOple OI Iake CO several departments. No pains or expense have ever been spared to make the Journal tbe best paper published in tins section of the State, and for the year just commencing no other or better promise could be askted than that furnished by its past record. Kew attractions are constantly being prepared for its readers and none will dispute the asser tion that its enterprise and energy have already won for it a foremost pla ;e in the ranks of co temporaneous publications. By its influence tho newspapers of this seetlon have been driven into exurtion never before made and while the pa pers here are now a pride to every citizen it ought not to be forgotten that their marked im provement has been made within the year last past or in other words since the establishment of the Journal. THE WEED T? ATVTTT.V T? A Vr.T?TTT71 " Sewing Machine, With its new and valuable improvements, is be- yor.u a doubt uie THE GREAT Soxitii American J U It V B E IS A BLOOD PURIFIER. Jt is iiuc tt ijhvsic v. iiicii may uive lemnora relief to xe suflVivi lor the lirsit iVw iloses. but wnicii. irom conn mi eu use unnpr.-i j'ues anu Kin dred fliseases to aid iu weakening tho invalid nor is it a dorfcoreu liquor, which, under the pop ularname ot" "Hitters." iso extensively imlnu't oil on the public- as sovereign remedies, l.ut it is , a most power. in ionic ana altera live jjro:iounced so by ihe leading medical authorities of London and Paris, and has been ioii used by the regular physicians of other countries with wonderful remedial results, DIR,. WELLS7 Extract of Jurubeba retains all vuo medicinal virtues peculiar to the plant and must betaken as a permanent curative agent. Is there tva.it oi' action in your liv er and spleen I Lnles relieved at once the blood becomes impure by deleterious secre tions, producing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches, Felons, Pustules, anker, Pimples, etc. etc. Take Juruboba to cleanse, purify ami re store the vitiated blood to healthy action. Have you a dyspeptic htomacli ! Unless digestion is promptly aided the system is debilitated with loss of vital force, poverty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general weak ness or lassitude. Take it to assist digestion without reaction, it will impart youthful vigor to the weary sufferer. Have you weakness of tlic iiii en tities! lou are in danger of Chronic liar rhcea or the dreadful Jnllanuition of the Bowels. Take it to allay irritation and Avard oil' tend ency to inflammations. Have you weakness of the I'tcrine or I riiiiiry Organs! You must pitwure instant relief or you are liable to suffering worse thfin death. Take it to strengthen organic weakness or life becomes a burden. Finally, it should be frequently taken to keep tbe system iu perfect health or vou are other wise'in great danger of malarial, miasmatic or contageous dieaes. JOHN (. KKfXOGG. 1ft Piatt St. New York, Sole Agent for the nited State. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular. 12w.V SIMPLEST, LIGHTEST KUXXING, EASIEST TO OPERATE AXD MOST DESIRABLE MACHINE IX THE MARKET. No Part is Operated by a Spring. Every Motion is Positive. The Attachments are the Simplest & Most Complete certainly - TO THE: WOUKIMi CLASS, mala or Icinulc. Sixty dollars a week guaranteed. Kc-spcetable employment at liome, day or even ing; no capital required; lull instructions and valuable package ol" goods to start with &cut free bv mail. Address, with fi cent return stamp. M. VOt'Sli & CO., 16 Courtiandt street. New York. U1-8W FKKB XO BOOK AGETS. An Elegantly Bound Canvassing Book lor the oe.st .ud cheapest f'amily iiibleev-er pub lished, will be sent i'ree of charge to any book apreur. It contains nearly 300 Hue Scripture il lustrations, and agents are meeting with unpre cedented success. Address, statin experience. etc.it and we will show vou what our agents are doiug. S.il'ki.VAr, riTBClSril-NG VO. Chica go, ill., Cincinnati, Ohio, or, St. Louis, Mo. tll-Sff 71 M.iiu SL raincsville. (. W a r Ov, . ACiEIVFS TO Tim leKSCTK. Scatter truths among the people. K1U HARD SON'S t'KKSOMAL JirSTOKV OF GRANT tells more truth about the man than all the ua- pers in tiie world. If you want to know it Grant is a thier. liar or drunkard, read this book. Agents can make large wages for the next few months selling it. as it is wanted and we give overwhetmingconimissions. Address. AMfc.Kt CAS PGHLISHIXU CO. Hartford, Coun., or w. i jb.l.i&s at xoieuo, umo. bi-iw AGENTS WANTED-fjr the Lire of Grant Greeley WILSON BBOWir-sas jnen of all parties. Over 40 Steel Portraits ? oi tn twice the cost of the hook. Wan tea every where. Ageuts have wonderful success. Send lor circular. Ad. tress XILGLkK & McCUKLY, ID O T'T Be deceived, out for cjhtIh. cold?, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial difficulties, uso on iv WILLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. Won ti less inutaf ions arecu the mark et, but the only sciemillc preparation of Car bolio Acid lor the Luug dese:ises is when chem icully coutbinea with other well known reme dies, as in these tablets, and all parties are emiuoneu against using any utner. in all cases ot irritation of the mucous men braue these tablets should bel'reely used, their cleansing and htaliug properties are 'astonishing. Be warned 9 never -neglect a cold, it is easi ly cureu iu its incipient state, wneu it oecomes chronic the cure is exceedingly difficult, use eu I'liruoue Aameis us a speeiin; JOHN Q. KELLOGG. 18 I'latt St.. Xew York. Sole Ajrent lor United States. Price 25 cents a box. Send tor Circular. 65 4w II AM ST AillPK" all varieties. Circu lars tree. Agents Wauled. V. Ji. DAVIS & (jo., ilfrs. VJ Nassau .St., N. V. l54w FHEE TO AGENTS A prospectus ot" the People's Standard llible, 550 illustrations, will be sent i'ree, to all book agents. Send name and address to ZiiiULKit & AicCi'KPY, Race St, Cincinnati, Ohio. 054 W An Efvyantltj Jtmtnd Ciurassing Hook tor the best and cheapest Family IJibleever pub lished, will be s-ent free of charge to auy book agent, it contains nearly MM) line Scripture il lustrations, and agents are meelinir with un precedented success. Address, stating experi ence, etc., anil we will show vou whatour ag-ents are doing, NATION" AI- PUBLISHING CO., Chi cago, ill., Cincinnati. O., or St. I ami is, Mo. 654 w 7"ANTK1 JCcjtrft'f-ntnid Monk'. AotttUt it ml Ctinrtrr. in nil parts ol the C. s. to sell TliK MtiMOlIt OF KOGKU I1KOOKK TAN K V, ( hief .J ustice of the Supreme onn of the U. S. JisgfNo book heretofoiv published in this coun try, throws so much light ujton our Constitu tional and Political history. U is a work of ex traordinary interest ami of permanent value to the Historian, the Lawyer, tho statesman, the Politician, ami every class of intelligent readers. lip-Sold by subscription only Exclusive Ter ritory given". For terms for this ami other op ular works, address nt once. Ml' Jt I'll Y CO., Publishers, Baltimore. 654 w A&rcnts Wanted. AX1 licit tzena Canipamu Hand Boot lanuuh 2A0 pages; 800 cngraviugs. Price, 1.-J5. Srffs nt ttiaht. Also, our great POlslT MVAT AMMAliX I'liAMtT, large commis sion ami exclusive territory given. Sample copy $1.00. Wo give overwhelming commisions to ageuts fur liichanfsoiin I'vrttotiol Hiittnrif of iirattt. Which tells more about the man than all the papers in the world. If you w ant to know if Grant is a thief, liar or drunkard read this book. Manv other popular works for agents. Address. W". K. BLISS & CO., Toledo, O. 654w Persous livinsr at a distance can club tourether and iret them yricps as we sell them at our warehouses in New ork. In order to get up a let each person DUTY OFF TEAS. Dtlru I iidiicemnil far 'lnb. Sond lor New Club Ciroular, Which .roiiuius lull ixlumitions ol l'rumiums, " TIIE WAT TO OBTAIN OUR GOODS. from Now York, tun at the same r ware club, 1 hi it? to ioiii suv how much tea he wants, and select the kind and price tioin our price list, as published in our circulars. Write the name, kinds, and amount! plainly on a list, and when the club is complete send it to us by mail, and we will put eaeji party's goods is separitto pack ages, and mark tne name upon them, with tho cost, AO there need be no contusion in distribu tioneach parlv getting exactly what he oiiors aud no more. The funds to p.iv for goods or dered, can be sent by draft ou New York, Post OiUce money orders, or by express. Or we will, if desired, scud iUo,goj.ls by express, to "adUct ort df.fieertfS' The Great American Tea Co. Matin. trv the ami you will not be sorry you did to. Iadics. von should wiitu neiore purchasing. By addressing . i . GEO. FOLWELL 114 MAIX ST., PAINESVILLE, You can have a Machine . O., Brought to Your Hou&e! Anywhere in Lake county inside of three days, wiu'u you can give it a tnoroutrn trial ana see what the machine is yourself. Kememberit will cost you nothing, provided the inuchiue don't Miit you. , :o: SEE WHAT EIGHT SPECIAL REASONS Which cannot fail to commend the Journal to every class of the reading public. First. Because it is the largest paper ever published in thi county, and because it fur nishes each week nearly three columns more reading; than all the other pa. pers combined. Second. Because Jt has a larger list of contributors thau any other paper in Northern Ohio. Third. Because it is in every sense of the word, "a live paper," "for live people." Fourth. Because it Is, in the broadest sense. fair and independent upon all subjects, wheth er Social, Religious or Political: Fi ft h. Because its articles are all to the point and its columns are not filled with long and prosy essays devoid of all interest. Sixth, Because it gathers the news trom all quarters of the world, by telegraph and through its own special correspondents and re- ' porter?, and condenses it into such brief shape as to present a reliable mirror of all that is go ing on in this and other countries. Seventh. Because its Market Reports of Stock, Grain, Groceries, and Agricultural pro ducts, of home and foreign markets are always reliable. Eighth. Because it is a paper for tbe Home Circle always haviug something for the young folks, as welt as the old folks; some thing for the humorous as well as the thought ful; something for the gentlemen as well as the ladies; in fact, something for all tastes. THE Ladies of Painesville Say ABOUT THE WEED: "1TTE tliemidersiiriipd. having usnd tho "FAM- YV 1LV" FAVORITE" in onr families from tlnve to live years, constantly, would say that our machines have never been out of order al ways ready to do any kinb of work: never cost anything for repairs, and we think it the best aud most desirable machine iu the market. Every lady should trv it before imrchasiug. Mks. D. B. Clayton, Mrs. " W.C.Tisdki., " " L.W.ACRXEY, " New Features. Eor the year just commencing the publishers of the Journal are preparing several new and attractive specialties which will be brought out as fast as possible. Among these is the project of giving to every snbscrilier a Shepherd, Magnificent Premium Jno.Martix, H.C. XEIXIS. I shape of a beautifully illustrated Monthly magazine wmuu win oe sent gratis lor one years subscription. Of this Magazine tbe prospectus will be found lower down in this column, and specimen copies can be obtained at this office. Don't forget the place Jocekal Office, 114 MAIN STREET, PAINESVILLE, O. PLAIN AND FANCY MACHINE STITCHING DONE TO ORDER. 45arl Remember This is not a premium offered in case yon secure one or more subscribers aside from yonrewa but is a magniflcei.t present made to each and every person who shall subscribe to the Jour nal for one year. vNrT put off subscribing to the Jonr. al because it is not the season at which you may be accustomed to commence with paper ! but TAKE IT NOW FIRST YEAE. T. WHITAKER, THE BOOK BIFDEB I Northern Ohio Souvenir, P.O. St nml S3 rA'ESKl' ST., Box 60 13, 1034 A'etc l'orfc City. No. 94Cor.7tIa.in St. Clair Sts., dp Stairs, over Dingley's Store. TTTAVrXG ESTABLISHED THE BUSINESS A. A. in lxoa. 1 am prepared to do Binding of all Books and masrazines entrusted o mv care at prices to suit customer-, Irom' 12,r. up to 25 per volume. Blank Books of all kinds furnished to order at reasonable prices, nnd of the best paper and bouud in plain aud faucv bindiugs. I have also on hand and for 9?ale the ibllowiug isooKs ami numbers oi iHagazines: I am permitted to use the names of tbe follow ing gentlemen for Bcfcrence ! J. II. Merrill, W. L. Perkins, S. Marshall. P. P. Kanford, t . . Child, Kev. A. Phelps J. F. Soonelii, S. A.Tisd.'l, C. 1. Adnata, C. Qnlnii. W. c. ( numbers. P. Snnford, Rev. S. B. Webster, J K. Chambers. 4ar5 MUSICAL ! Rend the Vollotetng TnHmoulal, HTiicfc but one Taken from a Jtont : Paisksvillk. Aug. 28. "79. SIK..I J. Pratt: During the past four days I have been asked several times my opinion of the Itazelton Ilros. Pianos. During the past fifteen years I have mostly spent my time tuning and repairing piano-, and have tuned ninny old and ihvw llazclton Pianos. The tones are lino aud clear, yet brilliant, the actiou good; they stay in ffune admirably, and, taking all things into account, I think there are no better pianos made than the Hazvltou Bros.' Yours Truly, l-ar-9 G. C. HOLT. Boots and Shoes. ONE of the Largest and Best Selected stock Goods in this line ever brought into this market, is now open for the Spring; and Summer Trade At the Store of J. B. COULACOTT, Dealer In and manufacturer of all the latest styles ol . Men's, Wonu-u's and Children's war, No. 86 Maiu Street, next door to Lake County Bank. Particular attention will be paid to ctjstoim: work i Prices as Cheap as the CheaiKKt. CaUandsae. ttars . A NEW . Monthly Magazine ISSUED MONTHLY BY "IV. C. CHAMBERS SON. At 114 Main St.. PainesTille. Onto. Temis $1.00 per year. THE Souvenir is intended to be.fci crer re spcct,a first-class illustrated monthly niaga ziue. Its size will be a quarto and will be printed ontlie finest of double calendered cream laid pa cer. Its reading will be an elegant miscellany of pure, lirfht and graceful literature, while its pictures will form a magnificent collection ol the finest steel and wood engravings. Each number will contain twenty-four pages and the entire volume when bound- at the end of the year, will form a beautiful work which could not be purchased in any other way for double tne money. The Literary Department will be filled, with the best of original and selected articles and the . publishers feel confident in promisiug, in this, tho most perfect satisfaction. The volume for ISTg-3 will contain ab.-ut ' pages and about 1(10 fine engravings, from the pencil and brush of the best artistic lal.nt in the -country and rendered into striking "pictures in . black and white" by the best engravers that can be procured. Do Not Forget That this splendid magazine has been put at the extremely low price of 1 .OO pcryear and that to those who do not feel able to pay this amount tho proprietors are prepared to make the following eras Specia l Offer To every ye.irly'snbscriber to the Northern -Ohio Journal the Souvenir will be tent for one year as a premium. Thns for S2.00 You can receive tbe largest and 'tort weekly in this section of tho Hate and au illustrated monthly magazine equal in every respect to any similar publiratonin the country. JrSpecimen copies can be obtained at this omeo.,jr5Jf Don't put off subscribing to the Souvenir or to the Journal because it is not the season at which you way be accustomed to with vapeni bat Take it Now.