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Governor. Edward F. Noycs; term expires
Jauuary . 111.
Lieutenant-Governor,.! acob Mueller; tenocj--pircs
.January 1?C L
Secretary of Mat-. Isaac Sherwuod; term e
pires February ls;3.
Treasurer of Mate, Isaac Welsh: term expires
February ltTU, .......
Auditor of Stat?, James W llliams; term
riire February l'iti.
oniptrolb-rof Treasuier, W.T. Wilson;terni
expire February iwij.
Attorney General, r raucis IS. I'ontl; term ex
iires February 1S7 1.
t ouimiMioucr of School. Tuoma W. Harvey ;
Term expires January 1875.
Board of Public Work., Richard K. Porter,
term expire ltT.3; l'liillip P. ilcrziiig: term ex
pire lK4;Stepiien K. Hosiaer,triu expires IS75.
I . . AsscsMir, Joel Duolictlu. omce over
Holcouih & Gould's Xiu shop, Main street,
cocmTV officers.
Judge oft omoion Pleas,
'udgeof Probate,
.ouiity Clerk, , -Sheriff,
Deputy sheriff,
Prosecuting Attorney. -A
County (surveyor.
County Commissioners,
1L C. Cankield
- ;. N. Tvttijc
- sahiulWirk
J. At. Benjamin
1, s. Chilph
. - A. L. Tl.NKEH
VbnkbM. Pab.wlk
fci.i olps
J am il. Taylor
clerk, -Marshal.
Pcbuy Boswobtu
C. C. Paiok
! V. W. DlNOLrT
Franklin Hook m
'Milo Habbis
J. Cavekpish
(S. T. X.ADO
?Jobn McClelland
(.franklin koua-kk
Street Commissioner,
Justices of the Peace,
Infirmary Directors,
Mis AGCBTaHawlev, - .Principal
Xt. H. C Beabdsi.ee, - - - - President
1LP. Sankobb, - - Secretary
P. W. Mead, Geo. W. Steele,
. H. C Beordslcy,
John Clegs, John W.
Hold meetings for examination of teachers at
High School Building, Painesville, on the last
iuilunlay in every month except July ami An
rust, at 9 o'clock A. u.
il. c. Ueabdsley, President,
John V. Tyler, Clerk.
From ly, A. M. to 7 P. M. Sundays 14 M to 1 P. M.
Going East, - - 11 :59 M. and 11 :11 P. M.
GoinlweTt, - - i:a8 A. M. au.1 6:29 P. M.
A leveland, (iccial) - - - 1:M M.
ll HP' II -U :IIU 1 . 31,
.Middleneld (Mondays and Tuesdays), 7:uu A.M.
mails arrive:
From East, - - B:3S A. M. and 5:90 P. M.
From West, - - UOO .M. and 11:11 P. M.
leveland (special), - ! M.
fhardon, - - - - - V A. M.
Juiddlelield (Tuesdays and Fridays), 5:IW P. M.
r.etuu-s should be left at the Postoflice 0
Inters will he realy for delivery one half
Hoi' k alter trains arrive, except mails received
ut night, which will Ihj delivered next nioruing.
Letters pla:il In the Outside Letter Box
mo to II o'clock P. M. will bo sent by the night
miails. CiKOUUKK.PAiX
XE, p. if.
Nov. 19, ltfil.
j.ake Sliore uul ltlitlii(ran SoutUern
1 lotiows until further notice:
" I Atlantic Day t iuc'tti Special
.stations. Express Express Express N. Y.Kx
Jevcland . 7.4BA.M. 11.05A.M. 4.05p.m. 10:.45p.M
M'illon'h'v 11.42a.m.
Paiuesville 8.35a.m. 13.01 a.m. 4:S!ip.m.11:S!1p.m.
Madison... I
Geneva. ... '
Ashtabula.. 9.23A.M. 12-.4UP.M. B:4flP.M.12:1llA.M.
Girard.r... 10.10a.m. 1:3Mp.m. B:I'.(p.m 12:SUa.m
Erie 10.40a.m. :10p.m. 7:1Qp.m. 1.45.am;
'. SpMCh- Toledo Pad He Steain-
arr ATtONS. eagoEx Express Express boat Ex
Erie. '.. 8.30a.m. 9.50a.m. 8:SUp.m. 1.05a.m.
Ashtabula.. 4.44a.m. 11.42a.m. 5:08p.h. 2.&7a.m.
I.eueia ... l:07p.M. , 8.2iiA.M.
MaxUsou.... 12:22P.M.
Perry 12:3p.m.
Painesville 5.30a.m. 12:4Hp.m. Kp.m. 4.0a.m.
Willou'b'y 1:1Ap.m. 4.33a.m.
iEiiclid 1 :aip.M.
iClevelaniL. 6.2SA.M. 2:1)p.m. 7:00p.m. H.20A.M
L'v'sClevelond 4.30 p.m Ar.at Ashtabul7.10p.m
L'v's Ashtabula .15a.iu Ar.at Clevel'nd 9.ll0a.in.
This train going east passes Painesville at
fi:M P. M. Going west passes Painesville at
7;33 A. M.
L'v's Cleveland 6.30a. in I Ar.at "Eric 10.30 a.nv
X'v's Erie 4.10 p.m. Ar.atClevcl'ndti.UOp.m
This train going west passes rainesville at
6:51 A.M. Going east passes Paiuesville at 7:33
A. M.
The Special Chicago Express runs daily except
Tile 7:15 a. m. train from Cleveland and the
3:45 p. m. train from Erie runs on Sundays.
CHAS. PAlNE.Gen'l Sup't.
a. lid You ligf at own Rail
ASSENGER trains will run as
Wulows until further notice:
Leaves cbardon 11:15 3:45 10 US
" Clark's tt:30 4:U0 10:45
i " Little Mountain.. :37 4:07 10:53
C'oncoril. 6:4: 4:15 11:02
' Viaduct 7:lM 4:34 11 SO
Arrives at Paiuesville 7:10 4:40 11:311
leaves PoinesviUe.. 9:00 11:30 9:10
" Viaduct 9:08 :S8 2:2o
' . Concord :95 (1:55 9:38
Little Mountain .. 9:83 7:03 2:47
" Clark's 9:40 7:10 2:55
Arri yes at Chiirdon' 9:55 7:25 3:15
Connects with Lake Shore Trains, East and
West at 7:33 A. M., and at 4:59 and :00 1'. M.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
1'IH ItClIkS.
JJHstor. Services on Sunday at 10,'i A.
31. nud 7P. M. Church Conference on Thurs
day evening at 7 o'clock. Bible Service, to
which old and young are. invited, at 12 o'clock
M. Walter C Tisdel, Suiieriuteuilent.
1ST. J A3IESCHURCH-Rector, Thomas B.Wells,
ij.Atn sr.reot. services lOfc; A. M. and 71;
P. M. Sumlav Schisd at 1S.U P. M. Horace
Steele. Suierintendent.
01. E.CHIjIUJH Youmans, Pastor. Services
.verv Shl.Hl.h at 101.'. A. M. anil 7! P. M
jSabbuth School meets at 19,'i P. M. E. S. Young,
rMiiien ntemlent
ti. Smitli, Conductor. M is L, Whitmore, Gnar-
iau. services saooatn at iu.' a. ju.
rruH. i?rvices at 10'i A. M. aud Hi I'.M.
Sabbath whool at. 12J. P. M. V. D. Hyde,
Superintendent, l-rayer -Tieeting on inursuay
evening at 7i o'clock.
snrvi,- at 10". A. M. and 7;, P. M. Sabbath
uuk.1 ut. i'l M. I- E. Brink. Suoerin-
tendent. Prayer Meeting every Th iirsday eve
ning ut 7 O'CIOCK.
tT m AHV's:iHMtCII.(Catholic)IohnTracey
I'Mtiir. Services everv Slllldav at K A. M..
W.'J A. M. nnd7a P. M. Sunday School at 2
o'clock I . at.
Library Rooms 71 Main street, Prayer Meet
ing every Tiiesilay evening.
'tEMPL'' LODGE, No. 2S, F. and A.M. Poincs
ville. lv.'eets the second anil I'mirth Thursdays
in eiw niuitn. i-erry Moswonii, vv . at.
iPAivkMitir..E CHAPTER, No. 40. R. A. M,
Aleeis the ilpst and third Thursdays iit each
..i. K. IV. Kelly. M. E. it. P.
tPAivtsVJLLE COUNCIL, No. 23, Royal and
snlee.t MaRtexi. lets i nlays alter tne llrst
Thursday in e;u Bioutli. J. M, Benjamin, T
il. Ii. M.
niTin iiiifiHKV LOUGK. No. 802, F. and A. M.
Wltiouirhbv. Stated .CouiniVMicatioiis on the
seexwl and fourth Tuesdays m each month.
AV . IL Turner, W. M.
J.fciKE WJOltE LODGE, No. 307. MiltkVm.
Stated tiiiinunications every second and
fourth Saturdays of each month. M. O.
Freston W M .
BAlNEsVlLLE tXJDGE, No.418. Meets on the
second and fourth .Saturdays of cocji .month.
aJ. W. Kelly, W. M.
I. O. Q. F.
CrtRNU;OPI A LODGE, No.-a 2, meets Tuesday
-evenings. Oilicers S. Aliill'e,yv4, N. G.; W.
Muran, V. G.i J. Wilson, It. S-; C. O. Child,
l:. S; D. W.. Med, Treas.
UN JO EXCAMPMKXT, No. 40, meets every
alternate Wednesday evening. Oilicers L.
Harris, P.; W . J nran, lh P.; If. R. Morse,
S. W.; C. K lVincln-.il, J. iy.; c. O. Child,
Kcrilie: D. W. Mtuid. Tixu-v
lm.iri-i,ois. Fruit Confectioneries. Ace.
? 83 Aivintieet, Paiuesville, Ohio. 104
- CEHn-S AND PROVISIONS of all kinds.
. ash paid for Winter and Egg and all kinds of
Produce. Best!' Flourand 'Teas kept constant
ly on hand. No. t:9 State street, Painesville,
Ohio. 1
DAHTZF.R HRON Wneral Wholesale
and Retail dealers in Flour. Feed, Grain
. audPrgvisions,No.l0i State st, Paiwsyj.Uc, 0,97
ML.. W
OOice over
J. V. Lxv irug store.
Main sU, Painesville, O.
V Milw
crs" Store, Pi
aukee BlovK, over Lock wood Broth-
aiuesville, Onio. 104
of Musical Instruments, bheet Music, etc
Aiaiu street, Painesville, Ohio.
the Paiuesville C'oruet Band. Instructions
given on all kinds of Wind and fetringed. Instru
ments. Music arranged for any nuinberor kinds
i instruineuts. Aduress P. O. Box Paiue
fille. Ohio. ' 104
K RNlTC kE of all kinds, corner of Main
and State streets, over French's Grocery, Paiues
ville, Ohio. Custom Work a specialty. 0
t urs. Trunks ami Gent's Furnishing Goods,
3ioudey's old stauiL W Main street, Painesville.
Ohio. 10
XOOJi8, ie.
c iationery. Fancy Articles, Wall Paper,
, Main street, rainesvuie, ouio. io
SALE Dealer in all kinds of Photographer's
stock. Frames, &c, at C'lapsadel's old rooms,
Main street. - 104
James Ccbbent, Prop. Omnibus to all trains
AH Hi: II -Tit: has the best BARBER SHOP
in town, vrith&ut ntctptio. Wi Main st. 70
1 1T
1 V All business entrusted to me will be
promptly attended to.
JOHN CAVENDISH Attorney at l aw,
Ollice Second story W ilcox Block. 70
. Counsellor at Law. Collections prompt
ly attended to. Ollice, Moodey's Block, Paiues
ville, Ohio. 101
y t LOR, in the Store lately occupied by
N. M. Fisher, Paiuesville, Ohio. 104
JL Blank Book Manufacturer, third floor, cor
ner of. Main and St Clair sis. Painesville, O. 104
YY in all kinds of Pine and Hemlock Lum
ber, Shingles, Lath, Posts. Dressed Flooring
Siding, Ac. Ollice 3U0 State st, Painesville, 0. 104
PAT HJfeT and Surgeon. Omceovertlot
coinl, A Guild's Hardware Store, No. 77 Main
street, Painesville, Ohio. Office hours 7 to 9 A.
M.:9to4 and 1 to 9 P. M. Residence corner of
Jackson and St. Clair streets. 104
. THIST, Young's Block, Painesville, Ohio.
Oiuce hours 7 to to A. M., to 4 and 7 to P. M.
Residence Stock well House. 104
" H. El'SE, M., D. Office in Damon's
XAm Block, Kirtlawl, Ohio. Office hours from
7 a. m to 13 M., aud from 1 to 5 p. x. A good
stock of lriigs constantly on hand. Prescrip
tions carefully compounded. 107
BOARDINO HOUSE, No. 904 State st.
D. BENNETT, Proprietor. Large rooms.
good aixommoaations, anu not two minutes'
walk from Main street. 90
First Page.
A Jlainu Day
.RobtrHK. Wet
. Robert A'. Week
Jean Ingelote
.Mr. R.B. i'doa
Oliv Thorn
S.T. World
A Song of a Afni. . . ."
J ft mm j.uiie vftairm
In Autmitu
Ths Lnd.y of Ltnfonwold
Watchiiw for John
Sara Payxtn Willi Partoa..
A n OUi Piyiciun on Dirt. . .
Rrtiuivu Jfewa
Crim?9 and CaKtl1i
Second Page.
Editorial Paragraph
Sot frma Afar
AVwvt of ths HseA
Third Page.
Stranger' Guide
Bunintm IHrectory
A n-irer to Correspondent. . .
Local Atew
Waif from our Reader
From other Moealitie
Marine ,
Market. Horn and Foreign.
Fourth Page.
7"A Pioneer Boy
..James J, M'Cart
rravlicai aim
Note. We have received several letters lately,
inquiring whether we were intending to offer
any premium list and clubbing rates for the
coming year. As a general reply we would
now say, that we have in course of preparation
one of the fullest and most complete lists of
premiums ever offered by any paper in this
section, and also another of clubbing rates.
which later will embrace over one hundred
and flfty different publications, of the best
issued in this and other countries. As our
arrangements are now made direct with the
various publishers, we are enabled to promise
unusual inducements. Both lists will be ready
for publication next week.
M. F. D.You will find your questions all an
sweretl by reference to a most Interesting
sketch on our first page, nndcr the heading of
the ladies' own name.
A. B. Possibly you are right. We have for
warded the letter at all events. The MSS. we
shall be obliged to decline. It is too long, and,
even if its length were not against it, too
carelessly written.
Fannie. Thanks tor your kindness.
How abot that needed fence along the
edge of the bluff on Bank street?
Interesting correspondence will be
found on the second page of this paper.
There is to be a golden wedding at the
residence of Mr. Offer, on State street,
Monday evening next.
Two men standing on the track last
Monday evening were struck by an in.
coming train and slightly injured.
The Thursday evening's dances at Wil
cox Hall still continue to afford a pleasant
night's amusement to all who attend.
A notice of "lost" will be found in an
other column, which it is hoped will
meet the eye of the person who found the
Last week several thousand feet of lum
ber were washed ashore along the Lake
but no clue came with it to tell whence it
had drifted.
The Madison Press says that the Ad
vertiser- steals a large proportion of its
brilliant and spicy locals from the columns
of that paper.
An eminent cocktailist of this city is
now engaged in trying to solve the prob
lem of how many swallows it takes to make
an Indian Summer.
We present, in another column, a full
report ot all cases disposed ot at this term
of t$-C Court of Common Fleas, up to pres
ent writing Thursday noon.
jrf i "
George W. Parmly in maMjjpJi'a
tio'n for a marriage license for himself
and Evaline A. Murry was the only one
to do so during the past week.
An English boarder at a house on State
street declares himself and fellow board
ers to.be ntoilefp Phoenixes, because, as he
says, "we rise every day rpm our hashes."
'The company in control of the Little
Monn:L&in are, as we understand', making
extensive improvements for the 'better ac
commodation .of gits during the next
eaaon. -
Last Sabbath, os had beea annunc
in the Jol'KNal, Rev. J. V . Ingram de
livered at the Disciple Church the first of
his scries ot discourses to the young, un
der the head of "Iron, Brass and Clay."
To-morrow ( Sunday ) evening, the second
sermon of the course will be given.
Woi ld it not be a good idea for some
one of our upholsterers to boy up the dis
carded Dolly Vardens? They might util
ize them by covering solas and .-nsUions
with them.
Esgkaftkes Cards, Letter Heads, and
every variety of job work can be obtained
at the most reasonable prices at the Jour
nal Job Office. Satisfaction guaranteed
on every job.
Bv cable dispatch via Atlantic and Pa
cific Line, we learn that the party which
left this place some two weeks since for
Europe, arrived safely at Queenstown tin
Monday last.
Wzathkkwisk people say that the true
Indian summer has not yet come. Last
year it arrived on its hazy way nearly a
week later than this, and lasted, with
brief intermissions, for two or three
Those who feel competent to judge pro
nounce the season an excellent one for
chestnut worms. The quality of the pro
duct is not lessened in the least by the
quantity which is daily thrown into the
The cold rainy weather of the past tew
dasy has changed within the week and
have been sunshiny and pleasant,
although, for a portion ot the time, alto
gether too cool to admit of a genuine Indi
an Summer.
"Spanish Combs" are displayed in some
stores for the tempation of Eve's female
descendants. Although their ornaments
are Spanish it must not be assumed, how
ever, that they are made or cast-steel,
like the mottled soap.
Thosb persons concerned about their
physique may be interested in the an
nouncement that "medicated shirts" are
the surest general curative. It is claimed
that persons wearing these can dispense
with all the pills that flesh is heir to.
On Sunday last, as had been announced
in the Journal, Rev. James A. Daly de
livered at the Congregational Church the
first of his proposed series of lectures on
Scriptural places. People and Lessons.
To-morrow (Sunday) evening he will
preach the second one, the subject being
Athens, with an exposition of St. Paul's
sermons on Mars Hill.
The business transacted ou that portion
of the Painesville and i'oungstowu road
which is completed between here and
Cbardon certainly atlbrds good reason for
believing that the entire road, when fin
ished, will be 'a splendid paying invest
ment. During the month of September
over twelve hundred and fifty dollars were
taken for passengers a total of twenty
five hundred people being required to pay
that amount.
On Thursday evening Dr. Young turned
summersault. This eccentric exhibi
tion of a gymnastic feat was not exactly
voluntary, however, being caused by a
collision between the hind wheel of his own
buggy with that of Mr. Tinker of Kirtland.
The exhibition was probably more satis
factory to on-lookers than to the Dr. who
escaped injury bnt not a mud hole or Mr.
Tinker who was forced to go home in a
borrowed vehicle.
Among other improvements, or safe
guards rather, which are demanded by a
proper and due regard for life and limb.
is that of a railing or fence along the em
bankment just beyond the Xortb end of
the Furnace bridge. But a few days since
two ladies were nearly precipitated down
the bank iu consequence of their horse be
coming almost unmanageable through
fright at the coming cars, and narrow es
capes, if not actual accidents, are very
On Sunday last, in Willoughby, the res
idence ot Mr. Hanscomb was entered by
a burglar, during the temporary absence
of the family, and considerable property
stolen. On the same day the wholesale
wagon f Mr. Young was broken into and
large amount of jewelry stolen. Jo
clue to the thief was found for several
days, but suspicion at last pointed to a
man named Van Buff, who had been
working on a farm near there, for several
weeks. He was, on Thursday night ar
rested, aud the stolen goods found in his
Real Estate Transfer.
Averaging about the same each week,
the sales of real estate denote no especial
activity, and indeed rather indicate a dull
ness in this class of business transactions.
Below we give the record since our last
Sallv Ann Tvler to Willard Tyler. Con
cord, 2 acres in lot No. 3, tract So. 3.
Aun Pridemore to Thomas irwin,Paines
ville, lot No. 6, Barnes' survey.
South and Smith to Jesse Stone, Meutor,
3 acres in the church lot.
Aeatha Williams and others to Mary
Shehan, Painesville, village lot No. 2D.
Samuel Atwood to William Galusba,
Willoughby, 10 and 10-100 acres in lot So.
6, tract No. 11.
vamei snepnera to cugeue u. ouepueru,
Perry , 35 and 42-100 acres in lot No. 48.
Marv O. Holbrook to N. Stanhope and R.
X. Goodell, Madison, 4 acres in lotXo.74.
The near approach of election and the
almost certain knowledge of the result in
this State, has caused a decided lessening
of public meetings and political demon
strations throughout this section. The
contest has been transferred to more
doubtful fields and beyond a few scattered
gatherings there is little to report under
this head.
On Thursday evening there was a Re
publican mass meeting at Madison in
which it was announced that Grant organ
izations from several of the adjoining
towns would take part. But of this meet
ing we have not received any report. Last
Friday evening H. Steele, Esq., spoke
in LeRroy, and Delos t'aiitleld, Esq., in
On the part of the Liberals there seems
be no efforts have been made and no meet
ings are reported to have taken place.
Common Pleas Record
Through lack of space in our issue of
last week we were obliged to omit any de
tailed account of the proceedings at the
present term of the Court of Common
Pleas of this county, as also any mention
of the disposition of individual cases
Our report for this week, therefore, com
mences with the opening of the term, and
will be found to contain all the proceed
ings in full up to and including Thursday
of this week,
Monday, Oct. lith, 1S72,
Court opened in the afternoon. Judge C
E.Glidden, Clerk Bosworth, ami Sheriff
Wire being present.
On motion of Prosecuting Attorney A,
L. Tinker, John J. Mitchell was appointed
J.slHLUUt 1 ruscml loi ; mm Oil IIIULIOII Ol
Clerk Bosworth, F. Paine, Jr. was made
Denutv Clerk.
TDe Grand jury was caiiau, aim alter
ordering a special venire lor aauiuonai
jurors, Court adjourned until
Tuesday, Oct. 15th.
In the morning the case of Post vs. Cur
liss was taken up and contiuued oil trial
all day. Other cases, however, were dis
posed of as follows:
Wm. L. Perkins, Administrator of Rilev
A. White, deceased, vs. Mary L. White et
al. Sale confirmed aud deed ordered to
.he eiven.
'" Green Parker vs. Wm. L. Perkins, Ad-
mtiilsti'ator of ismiet iurcJnJI, deceased
Case submitted to Court, and iudtrmon
entered for plaintiff in the sum of $1,347 jfo.
The Grand Jury made its presentments
as follows: Vs. James Harris lor grand
larceny, and vs. Eliza Dunlnp for assault
and battery; and then, having no further
business, was uiscnurgen.
Court then adjourned to
Wednesday Oct. 16fA.
Npsrtv too entire dav was snent In fln
isbing tuecase of 1'Ogt VB Curtiss and the
IMIl'l-lOll UOt lUKCTl 'UIJ 111 tUlH WnH UUUtip
in empauelhTig a' jury 'in the somewhat
notorious case of Minich or 3IcVittey
During tne clay various cases were di
posed of as follows:
If. fk llJK Vllll. Ul UCOOII! X' . J.ltlll
Ult in favor Of Pttf. tor
Pauline C. Riblett et al vs. Nellie C
ttexrora et ni. A. motion made by Uett
- IT
jonu . ff'Wr ineu to tne court a
iiiolinfehtr the Pttf. of 11520.54,
DaVid Borneo Vs. ' Solbiuoii Lock
Judgment by defa
Bartlett to strike PtiPs petition from the
nies was overruled anu on motion ot .mo.L,
Branch Guardian and Ad. ad liteuin
for Emma Carpenter, his answer as guar
dian was tiled and the petition endowed
as made.
The Court then anjournod to
- Thursday Oct. I'th.
Minich vs. McVittey occupied the Court
and Jury all day. The jury in the pittf. vs.
Curtiss case, after au all night's aelibera-
tion came in with a verdict lor plaintiff of
i.jO. lae following cases were also deci
ded or otherwise disposed of:
Aultinan Miller & Co., vs. C oilman Kurty
et al. Decrees were entered for plaintiff
Davis vs. said Kurtz for $11(40; fur defend
ant Kurtz for $4-Jt,t7 vs. Jno. C. Citlel and
tor defendant Beynolds vs.Cittel for$5ULTG
all of which are made liens on the property
in the order named. It is also ordered
that these be all paid within five days
from the risiug ot Court or the premises
be sold.
The Court adjourned until
Friilua, Oct. VSth.
The Court was busy with the McVittey
case all day on trial, aud the following
cases were entered and disposed of:
Robert McCormick vs. Carlos C. Pease.
Continued with same order of reference.
Carlos C. Pease vs. Jos. Sedgbeer. De
fendant's demurrer to plaintiff's petition
sustained, to which plaintiff excepts, and
judgment for defendant.
Alvin U. Hurd, guardian of Hannah
Brown, insane, vs. Eldridge Hayden. De
fendant's demurrer to plaiutilf s amend
ed petition sustained, plaiutilf has leave
to file amended petition, and case con
tinued. Leicester Lloyd vs. Robert Lloyd. De
fendant's motion sustained, aud plaintiff
given leave to file amended petition.
Woodmau & Branch vs. John E. Amidon
et al. Contiuued.
Carlos C. Pease, vs. Painesville &
Youugstown R. H. Settled at plaintiffs
Geo.L. Riker vs. Paiuesville & YVmugs
to n R. R. Settled at plaintiff's costs,
Robert McCormick vs. Daniel E.Bailey
et aL Defendants' demurrer sustained.
Plaiutilf has leave to lile several umeuded
petitions,and case contiuued.
John L. Branch vs. Sarah Riley. Dis
missed without prejudice at plaintiffs
Charity Dilley vs. Jerome B. Burrows,
et al. Defendants motion to strike off pe
tition overruled. Defendants have leave
to answer, and case continued.
H. U.Jackson vs. Charles. V. Hammon
et al. Dismissed at plaintiffs costs.
John Cavendish vs. Catherine C.Post et
al. Continued.
Laura Galusha vs. William Galusha.
Dismissed without prejudice at defend
ant's costs.
Waldon A. Fisher & Co. vs. James B.
Barnes et al. Sale confirmed, deed or
dered, and case continued.
Climena Clapw vs. Willis Woodruff et al.
Sale confirmed, deed ordered, and case
Patrick Burke vs, Francis O'Brien, ad
ministrator of Sarah Rowen, deceased.
Judgment confessed by defendant for $100
iu favor of plaintilf.
Delista M.Thatcher vs.John C.Thatcher.
Divorce granted to defendant and defend
ant restored to her maideu name.
Court then adjourned to
Saturday, Oct. ISth.
The McVittey case still continuing on
trial, ol her case's were entered as follows:
Harriet A. Wiswell administratrix of
E. P. Wiswell, vs. Oliver P. Wiswell.
Alviu R. Daniels vs. Smith Beardsley et
al. Continued at plaintiff's cost.
Court adjourned to
Monday, Oct. 3 Int.
Minrich vs. McVitty still on trial.
Catherine C. Post, vs. Jos. Curtiss.
Trial to jury and verdict tor plaintiff for
Court then adjourned.
Tuesday, Oct. iid.
The McA'ittey case being still on trial,
other cases were disposed of as follows:
Heal ito Hooper vs. James u. uenessey
et al. Continued at plaintiffs' costs.
John Frost vs. Robert C. Mitchell. Con
tinued at plaintiffs costs.
court adjourned.
Wednesday, Oct. 23d.
David Austin vs. Fred W. Collins et al.
Fred. L. Branch V8i Fred. W. Collins et
al. Continued.
Wm. Webster vs. Fred. W. Collins etal.
Amos York vs. Fred. W. Collins et al.
Lucian W. Cowles vs. Fred. W. Collins
et al. Continued.
George W. Steele vs. Ed. C. Hoot et al.
Beckwith, Sterling & Co. vs. James D.
Henessey. Continued.
josepn s. r isner vs. caivin jiartnoio-
mew. Plaintiffs demurrer to answer
overruled. Plaintiff excepts, has leave to
reply, aud continued.
p. t rl. n. K. vs. Stephen .Mathews,
P. & H.IR. R. vs. Martin Scribner, con
tinued. -
P. & H. K. R. vs. Jaun Sophune, con
Beni. Bissel vs. Geo. F. Calendar et al.
continued at defendants costs.
F.nos Pratt vs. Sylvia G. Huntington.
Dismissed at plaintiff s costs .
Horace btelle vs. W llliam Hanson. De
fendants motion to strike out part of peti
tion overruled." Defendant excepts, has
leave to answer and continued,
Anu court adjourned until
Thursday Oct. 2lth.
The Jury in the case of Minrich vs. Mc-
vittev came in this morning and rendered
verdict for the plaintiff assessing his
damages at 0 cents.
H. Fiheld et al vs. .las. McLaughlin et
al. Trial to Court. Judgment lor defend
Thos. Kellev vs. Jas. F. Hart. Judg
ment ol" Justice aihrined.
Jos. C. Grannon vs. Union Fencp' Co.
Demrrer overruled. Defeadants have
leave to answer and continued.
Jos. C. Grannan vs. Union Fence Co.
Demurror overruled. Defendauts have
leave to answer and cont iuued.
John Mewhinnev vs. Carles C. Pease.
Motion and petition overulled. Leave
given to answer and continued.
Chas. Lockbart vs. Carlos C. Pease. Mo
tion to petition overruled. . Leave given to
auswer and continued.
Ella Burke vs. Jas. Burke. Divorce
granted to Petitioner.
Elvira Robertson vs. Daniel S. Robert
son. Continued.
Ansel White vs. Eli jah Lawrence. De
fendants demurrer overruled. Defendants
have leave to answer and continued.
O. B. Olmsted .t Co. vs. W. C. Chambers.
Plaintiffs ordered to give bail lor costs
and continued.
Lewis E. Gordon vs Ruftis Bnggs. Dis
missed at plaintiffs costs.
Geo. w. teeie vs. .Brutus stocKweii.
Demurrer to petition sustained. Plaintiff
has leave to amend petition, and con
L. F. & S. Burgers vs. Lawrence & Co
Defendants have leave to answer and con
tinued. Court adjourned.
IKOTICE-While. thcolnr,inottheJOURKA L
are. altcay open for the -pnlilicutitm itj article
upon erery HitJ)et:t of i.nlret. ho tong at they xlutll
confjiin nothing of a iteroiwl or ojfe.iutioe iiatnr.
yet tt itdttor doe not many way hold- litme.l.f
repoitMtot jar the -new iitai may oe ao:van'ea ny
itt-e several aurnore.j
Mkssrs Editors; Will you spare me
a small space in your ably conducted and
justly popular Journal,
I feel that many times our lives and
health are in the bauds of the doctor, and
many cripples and invalids are made by
unskilled quacks, although perhaps, there
are as few of that class in Painesville as
any place, and true merit as justly appre
ciated. Some weeks since I broke mv arm close
to the shoulder: I sent for Dr. E. B. Root.
wno promptly responded to tue can, anu
who a true understanding oi tne nu man
system and a practical knowledge of his
profession, he soon ascertained fhe loca
tion of the fracture; and, ultl)OUb iny arip.
was very union swuieii, un eefc ii- u truly
that 1 have experienced but little pain
since, and I cheerfully bear testinjony to
the skill ot-the operation, and if tnv friend
and neighbor, Durban, late of the Tels-
araoti. who was present, does not indorse
the same, he will please correot the proof
it used to be said that a steam doctor
could take an old man and steam him over
and make two voung men. and have
enough left for a small hoy. -Whether Dr,
Root can do this or not, I am not able to
sav: but as a mender of broken limbs I
have a practical knowledge of his ability,
and would most cordially recommend him
te all who are unfortunate enough to need
a doctor in that capacity, as few people ot
my age have had a broken limb and got
along as easily anu speedily as i nave un
der his excellent treatment.
With many t hnnks to my kind neighbors,
and our geuuine M. D., 1 re inn in yours,
kd: H. Johnson.
istateSt., PilfV'irP.f ?.
iS-4..!.lj UA' I .-IlA-1.'
First snow. Oct. 12Lh The Grant and
Wil6on Cavalry of Chardou now number
about fifty members As Mr. C harles
Hansard, with his wife and child, were
coming from Falrport to this place, when
near the residence of Wm. Ringlnnd, the
taoisu became frighteuad ut suinotlung be
sido tin) road, ami stiiiaod h a run, hut
had not gone far before the wagon whs up
set, but rorturiately none f the Inmates
tvere seriously injured. Western Jlenerve
J tines ('lluirdnn.)
A man working on the tracg in Perry,
yesterday morning, by the name of Wil
piaup O'Donnc), had a leg broken by means
of a hand-car running oyur it. The limb
was 'attended 19 by Dx. Harris The
Thompson 1 Congregationalisls buve prp'7
cured a new bell for their church. It was
cast at the West Troy Foundries, New
York, aud weighs 912 pounds. The cost
was $512 The Painesville Advertiser
takes the liberty of appropriating nearly
a quarter of our last week's local column
to its own use, without credit. It
shows that our efforts are appreciated,
but we don't hanker after that kind
of appreciation We were shown by
Mr. H. H. Baker, of this town, an ear of
corn that measured inches in circum
ference and 8 inches in length. Who has
a larger eart Mr. Bakerpresented to our
view a choice cup and saucer, said to have
belonged to the first set ever brought to
this country through the port of Boston;
also, a teaspoon over one hundred years
old. They are old relics and highly prized
by the owner. Independent Press (Madi
son. )
There will be an examination of teach
ersat Orwell on Monday, November 4th,
instead of November loth, as previously
advertised. H. U. Johnson, Clerk of
Board Potato digging season reveals a
light crop hardly one-half ot an average
one and considerable complaint reaches
us of rot on the lower lands The Gene
va Normal School will give their annual
exhibition on the evening of November
1st, 1872, at the Town Hall. This exhibi
tion will be given principally by the Junior
Class, and most certainly deserves the fa
vorable notice of the community. It is
contemplated to make it a free entertain
ment The teachers ot Ashtabula coun
ty are requested to meet at Jefferson Mon
day evening, November 11th, for their an
nual Institute. The opeuing address will
be delivered bv Prof. James Marvin, of Al
leghany College, who has been secured as
an instructor We now have six persons
confined in our county jail two for mur
der, one for assault with intent to kill, two
for larceny, and one for subornation or
perjury. A happv family, small but inter
esting Some three weeks ago a "tramp"
printer came to this office, and after loafing
little disappeared. A.n eignt-iuch job
stick disappeared at the same time, which
we would like to recover. Perhaps some
neighboring office can give us a clue to
said job stick. irenera Times.
71 arliie.
Dcluth Lighthouse. Relative to the
building of the lighthouse at Duluth the
Herald says:
The canal cribs are well in position.
The bulkhead, which will be put in place
in a day or two, completes the work ready
for the lighthouse, which will be ready for
use at the opening of navigation next
Contracts Annulled. The contracts
foi harbor work at Sheboygan,Two Rivers
and Ahnapec, which were awarded to
.Messrs v ludiate anu tiaiinni ot Manito
woc, have been annulled by the govern
ment. The reason given is that the con
tractors sublet the work. Exchange.
The Light Ship. The light ship has
been restored to its former anchorage on
Colchester Reef. The driving of. the ship
ashore by the late gale entailed upon tlm
Messrs liackett- the purchase of new an
chors and chains and considerable iu the
way of refit. Detroit Post. -
Gale on Lake Michigan. The north
wind blew a perfect gale from the north
and northeast, and vessels arriving exhib
ited the effects of the storm, sails being
torn into tatters, masts sprung and deck
loads lost overboard. The schooner Lizzie
Throop left here early on yesterday morn
ing, but returned about noon, with most of
her sails badly torn. A large number of
lumber laden crafts arrived from the east
shore, minus their deck loads, among
which were tne schooners w amn, Boeder
and Gray. The captain of the Boeder says
that the schooner Challenge was overtaken
bv the gale on Saturday, ana ran ashore
on the beach at Muskegon. She is in a
perilous position, aud is rapidly going to
pieces. The schooner tt. Simmons parted
her big chain off Free Soil, on the east
shore of Lake Michigan, on Sunday morn
ing, and was forced to return to Chicago
light. Her crew say that the gale was one
of the worst of the season, and their suf
ferings from the extreme cold were very
great. The schooner Pilgrim, which was
announced as ashore at Evanstoii, was
still aground at last accounts, though she
will be sot on as soon as the storm sub
sides. Chicago Times, 15th.
An old and experienced lake captain
suggests that probably the Lac La Belle
disaster was the result of neglecting to re-
caulk before taking in full cargo of freight,
after having run her in the passenger
traffic where she would be light, or nearly
light, during all the summer months. He
says that he can readily understand how
in such a case, witn a heavy sea straining
her, she might start the oakum from the
dry seams of her top side, until tne pumps
wouia oe unaoie to Keep ner clear, ana
that her only escape would be by prompt
ly throwing overboard a portion of her
Milwaukee Harbor Light. Captain
Kynaston, keeper of the harbor light.
has received instructions to display the
new outer beacon on and after the 30 th of
October. It is to be a fixed light of the
sixth order. The third order red light in
the tower of the keeper's residence will
be displayed as heretofore. Wiseontin,
Lack of Vessels for Lumber. In
commenting on the great demand for ves
sels, tne saginaw n.nt.erprse says: since
the late disaster to shipping, the want ot
transportation for lumber" has been se
verely felt here. Several mills, having
exhausted their dock room, have -, been
obliged to shut down, and others must
soon follow. Every loot of lumber cut is
wanted in the markets for which it is des
tined, but it cannot be got there. As an
instance of the diversion of shipping from
the lumber trade, it may be mentioned
that nine barges which have been running
iu the trade are uow carrying oil from
Cleveland to Buffalo. Numerous other
barges have gone into the, grain .trade,
while several are now carrying iron ore
lrom the Lake Superior mines to Cleve
land. Tax on Custom House Transporta
tion. Tne Secretary of the Treasury ealls
the attention of the officers to the fact that
as the law uow is, 110 stamp is required
on auy official document or paper issued
by an officer of the united states Govern
ment, or on bills of lading,1 bills of sale of
vessels, bonds given at custom houses,
charter parties, entries of goods, wares
and merchandise for consumption or ware
housing, witnurawai entries, manifests.
power of attorney, marine protests, re
ceipts, or other similar documents.
The Reissue of Ship's Papers. The
Treasury Department has decided that in
the issue of new documents to a vessel in
cases where the old documents have been
rendered invalid by the sale of r vessel, it
is not necessary that lhe bill ot sale
should have been properly acknowledged
before a notary. Under the acts of July
20, 1850, and March S, 1805, a bill of sale is
invalid against any other person than the
grantor, unless recorded in the collector's
office, and cannot be recorded unless duly
acknowleded. The recording and ac
knowledgement are not, however, requi
site to the issue of new -decuments.
Wanted, a Harbor of Refuge. The
Huron county News, in a lengthy article,
gives some account of the terrible effects
of the recent storm in that vicinity. Within
a radius of sixty miles, during the con
tinuance or that one storm, some twenty
vessels were either sunk or stranded, anil
men to the number of forty or fifty found
watery graves. A large number of other
vessels narrowly escaped the fate which
overtook the more unfortunate ones, and
tne loss 01 property, tuougu second 111 im.
portance to the loss of lives, involves many
thousands of dollars, though there are 110
means at present of estimating its extent
with any degree of accuracy.
After thus recounting the extent of diss
aster on Saginaw Bay, the News earnestly
urges the necessity of a harbor of refuge
at some paint in that vicinity. After
leaving the harbor of Mackinac there is
no point iq the entire length of the lake
which affords even comparative protection
to vessels which may be caught in a storm.
It is well known that great numbers of
vessels are tnus caugnt every rail, and it
is also well known that at no point on
Lake Huron are those storms more dan
gerous and severe to shipping than iu the
region of Saginaw Bay. To some extent
landlocked, the opposing currents of wind
which, come sweeping from the land and
those which sweep over te lake meet,
seemingly at the mouth of the bay, and the
terriblu consequences of 'their forces are
attested iu the aunupl annals pf op,r lake
commerce. 'Anft at' no' point has so little
been done fortle protection of commerce
and the safely of life of those who go
down to the sea in ships," ; .
. Considerable money has been expended
nt Au Sable, with a view to affording pro
tection to passing vessels at that point,
but no vessel dare run the risk of attempt
ing to get into that narrow channel be
tween the docks during a storm, and the
expenditures have been useless, and the
design ot making a harbor ol protection at.
that point has been demonstrated to be
impracticable. Numerous surveys have
been made for the purpose of locating such
a harbor below Saginaw Bay, but thus far
no point has been declared feasible for
such a purpose, and the surveys have
proved unsatisfactory. And while it is
desirable that one or a dozen harbors of
protection should be established oil the
Hhores of Lake Huron, we believe the
necessity of such nnone ntPort, Austin is
Uliqueslir,n!ibe." qt'lHfiVitiK' ViritHliriit
advantages tue cost of suei tin under
taking would hi) small in comparison la the
cost at other points on tho lake wuich have
received some consideration loo-king to
that end.
For Dress Goods, go to
P. Pratt & Co.
Go to P.Pratt $ Co. for Brqy; anil ttloncfc.
B14 VJi'VUlll, mj uuvu iiiu (in L-si kiuck iu
town, v v f
The largest stock ol Carpets and Oil
Cloths in Lake Co. at t
P. Pkatt & Cu's.
Full line of Water-Proof Cloaking, af ,
' ' ' ' B.PiuTs'ifc'Cafe.
Buffalo Robes from $6 to $18, at
07-3 Avery's Hat Stors.
If you want a good suit of clothes gotten
up in style and Cheap, go to
P. Prait & Co.
Immense stock of F.lack Alpacas, just
P. Pratt & Co.
The largest and best selected stock of
Shawls in town at
P. Pratt & Co's.
Thirty miles to Cleveland, and Avery
sells hats cheaper than you can get them
inside of 35 miles. C7-3
For everything in the line of Fall Hats,
go to Paddock's, 221 Superior street,
Cleveland. O. 63
Every variety of Ladies' Furs, Muffs
and bands just received at T. S. Paddock's
No. 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. 63
Ladies' Furs in every style and every
price, from the most costly set down to the
cheapest, can always "be found in endless
varieties at T. S. Paddock's, 221 Superior
street, Cleveland, O. 63
Opened to-day a nice assortment of La
dies' Furs. All the latest styles, and
prices reasonable.
67-3 J. H. Avery. Hatter.
Hats, Caps, Gloves and Furs, iu all the
latest Fall and Winter styles, now being
constantly received and opened at the well
known store of T. S. Paddock, 221 Supe
rior street, Cleveland, O. (13
Dead Body Found banging on a tree and
was recognized as being that of a larmier's
sheep dog. Get nut. Avery has got the
largest aud best stock of Buflalo Robes,
Lap Robes, Ladies' Furs, Hats, Caps aud
Gloves in Painesville. That is so.
Those desiring any and every variety
of Plaiu and Fancy Job Printing, will find
it to their advantage to call at the Jour
nal Job Office before closing a bargaiu
elsewhere. With a full line df material
and a corps of competent workmen, the
proprietors feel safe ia guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance.
If you feel dull, despondent, drowsy,
debilitated, -have frequent headache,
mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and
tongue coated, you are suffering from tor
pid liveror "-Biliousness." Nothing will
cure you so speedily and permanently as
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
606 " ' " '
For your Fall and Winter purchases of
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Muffs and
"all sich," goto T. S. Paddock's, No. 221
Superior street, Cleveland. A superior
stock kept constantly on hand, and prices
guaranteed to be as low as the lowest.
Satisfaction warranted in every instance.
Don't fail to call. 63
At 228 Superior Street, Cleveland,Ohio,
A. S. Robbins keeps constantly on hand
oue of the largest stocks of PictureFrames,
Moldings, Mirrors, Engravings and all
goods in that' lne, which, will be sold at
prices that cannot be beaten. Taste in
selections, care in manufacturing, skill in
handling and cheapness of price commend
the firm to all who may desire to purchase.
Remember the place 228 Superior St
and the name A. S. Robbins.
5,00 Reward.
Somewhere on Main street or the Park
a gold badge set with jet.' The body of
the pin is composed of the t wo Greek let
ters Zeta and Psi and has a name engrav
ed upon the back. Any person who has
found it or who can give any information
that will lead to its recovery will be liber
ally rewarded by calling at, or writing to,
this office. Being a keepsake and memen
to a reward would be paid for its re
covery much greater than its mere intrin-
tic value would warrant. 1 ' .v
The greatest want of the present age is
men and women, healthy and vigorous in
mind and body. The continued headaches,
weaknesses, nervousness, and varying ail
ments which afflict women are generally
the result of imperfect action of the stom
ach and other vital organs. Dr. Walker's
California Vinegar Bitters, being com
posed entirely of vegetable substances in
digenous to California, may be taken with
perfect safety by the most delicate, and
are a sure remedy, correcting all wrong
action and giving new vigor to the whole
system. 65-4
Clothing-. . ,
It will pay any and every person to
visit Cleveland in order to patronize the
large retail One-price Clothing House of
Jas. W. Carson & Co., 257 Superior street,
and 7 and 11 Public Square. This house
makes a specialty of Men's aud Boys'
Clothing, ready made, and show the larg
est stocks in the west. " One entire store
devoted to the boys department, merchant
tailoring and a full shock of gentlemens'
furnishing goods. When you go to Cleve
land be sure and call at Carson & Co.'s
and see their stock and stores, whether
you want to buy or not. Three large
salesrooms iu one, immense stock and
only one price and that a low one. 63-13
List of Letter
J tire at Paiuesville, Ohio, Oct. 11, 1S72.
Bliss, Miss Mary Hayden, Miss Mary B.
Davis. Miss Nellie Flvmoton. Estella
Grimes, Miss Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. Hattie
Bates, Joshua
Brick, Denis
Judy, J. W.
Mosley, Win. ! '
Root, C. L.
Whitmore, Rodney L.
Wilson, James
Worden, John L.
Ed. Greeley Paper.J
U1VWII, J ,,11 11 .
CallwelL Joseph M.
Carroll, Andrew
rora, Wallace
Harris, George W.
" McEntec, Dunham & Co., Albauv, N. Y.
O. H. Fitch, Esq., Ashtabulah, Ohio.
Persons calling for the above Inttom will . V
"advertised." G. E. PAINE. P. M
Painesville. Oct. 25 C P. M.
The local money market, although somewhat
easier than at our lost report, is still far from
being in a satisfactory condition. As a rule
there seeins to be an increase of deposits, and,
in view of that fact, the banks are quite confi
dent In giving encouragement for an easier
state of affairs during the coming week. The
demand for discounts and loans stiH continues
active, and exchange is in lu.rge demand with
rates II mi.
The following arc tle closing prices of Gold,
Silver, and Securities:
Buying Selling
... 112K 113'i
... 101 SOU
. .. 105 1117
,.. flii U',
,,. 11514 tlfl'i
Silver largo ,
Silver small..,,..., ,.
Sixes of issi chop
Five-Twenties (IHtti) cou
li'iviuTu-anliiic IkfUl ,w..
? ' ' - - - l--'- V. ---,
Fvo-Tvent.ies.(llft) con. (old) 1154; H6J4
J la.-'.; nu
Five-Tweqties (ISI17) 1141; 115
Five-Twenties (isus) 1141 nr
Ton. Forties 08i josJj
Six's Currency . U
New Forties '
A.M. X
. Ex..
N. Y. Cenfl
Serin ,
N. West'n
Ft. Wayne
Illinois Central.
C c. v, A 1
t, Paul ;..
('ixiffitrad - . . .
t'ninu Paciile...
Adams Ex.-
Teri-o Haute.
Hiii-Uugton At Q.
Ohio A Miss
. Canton
. 74 (,'
. 87 S,
. 93'.
. WH
. (m'S
. 80
. 1J
. lit
. 40
. 40
Mich. Central ....
dev. A Pitts
Rock Island
Lake Shore
IT. s. Ex
Purine Mall
jj.' ..t.-enHV
Wefts .Fargo, Ex
w, union
Indiana Central .
iliiitlnril .ttlci-i.i
77. I
. Ml',
Chicago & Alum.
Journal nrriuK, Oct. 9.1-0 p.m.
The uourlmarket is in very much the same
coiidilinn us it was at our last report.
In grain there is scarcely cnoiili doing for us
to make out any report, all that can be said is
that buyers are holding off, aud holders will not
sell, except at former prices. " '
Tiu mqiKjju-y- s'jVbifjiHicy Its ahaus the solo
caiuie ut' the dullness 'in the genera! markets.
Below we gire whatever chauges have taken
place since our last issue:
XX Spring Wheat Flour. . .
X X Red Winter do . . .
XXX Amber do ...
XXX White do ...
Rve do ...
Graham Flonr ocr bul
8 00
9 00
10 no
c 00
9 Oil
Corn Meal
Choo Feed .
....27.00 ton
. . . . auOiH.ton
. ..27.00 fiton
1 50
1 80
1 SO
Salt, ner bill
2 25
13 00
ti Ml
5 40
1 60
No. 1 Mackerel, per H' bbl. .
No. 1 White Fish, per s bbl.
No. 1 Trout, per a bbl
Potatoes 43
WhiteWheat, 1 80
Red Wheat .1 &
1 50
Corn, shelled
Corn, ear, Old. 1
Old oats,
New "
Chickens, tb
Dressed Hogs
... 53 G5
... 51
... 3.1 45
. . . Si 411
... 23 2
... 9 12
. .. 14 15
... 7 8
... 12'i lti
... 16 17
...10 12
...5 00
..5 00r6 00
... 20
....1 S52 00
....10 00
2 25
Dried Apples
Western Reserve Cbeese Market.
The following are billing prices of dealers up
on orders, prices paid by the same to producers
being from Ic to l.tc lower.
Hcdbox. The cheese market at this point is
quiet. We quote billing prices 13H,a,14ic. But
ter 25c. MlIK 12(gil4c. as last quoted.
Solon. .xne cneese market is almost at a
"dead lock" in tnis vicinity. Dinereuces ot opin
ion prevail between dealers and factory men;
a state of things that should not long exist.
The latter do not feel like making purchases be
yond supplying the present necessities of the
trade, expecting to purchase the cheese before
the season is over at less money. We quote
paying i:i(a-13i ; billing 1414',.
aurora. Market very quiet and dull. Cheese
canuot be Ixmght of factory men at prices that
will pay to snip on cpnsignmeut. or nil orders.
Wecousider the market iu a verv imsatislacturv
stute, with prices nominally the same, 13s to
UllllUK lllt.
Wellington. Billing prices are unchanged.
ranging from lSfi to 14c.jor choice factory, most
sales oeing maae at tneiatter ngure. I dealers
are buyiug from wagons ou the streets at 12Jc.
But little cheese is changing hands.
Ravenna. The cheese market is inactive and
witbont excitement. Orders are pretty fairly
kept up, but there is no pressure. Dealers pay
13 to 14c Billing prices range from 14 to 14.1c.
Cleveland. O., Oct. 25, 1372.
In butter there has been scarcely any change
worthy of comment during the past week. Re
ceipts have been free aud trade steady, with
prices well maintained. We givequotations in
our market column .
In cheese the past week has brought to light
but one item of significance, namely, a dis
position on the partXof factorymen to let up in
prices. Their views have been considerably
modified during the last six days, and they pos
sess Ifss confidence in their ability to bring
dealers to their terms..- The general dullness
which has characterized all the markets, eat
aud west, the accumulations of cheese which is
destined to seek an outlet within the next few
weeks, and the indifferent attitude which buyers
have maintaiued, have combined to bring mak
ers from the country with lower prices, and
more anxiety to lighten the stock, wbioh has
been accumulating upon their shelves since the
last days of July. Mauy who have stood bravely
for 15c for the September and October, makes
naked, arc offering the same for 14c, and in
occasional instances for 14c; while earlier cheese
are proportionately weakened, The time has
come for buyers to be "offish," and the movement
from the country is still small, while no effort is
being made to increase orders, it is the impres
sion that the highest prices of the season are
already reached.
In the general markets there seems to be a
slight upward tendency on most articles, but no
especial movement causes the change to be par
ticularly noticeable.
We quote in full asfollows:
Flour. The market is steady with a fair de
City made XXX White 9 25
" Amner. ci iDtn
XX Red No. 1 8 25
" X Bed No. 2 7 75M 8 00
Country made XX White .8 (HXd 8 50
- . jla. jteu anu ADiuer. -i wjw o u
' X Bed 5 75TaS 6 2ft
Spring - 6 75 7 5U
Rye Flour The market is quiet and steady.
We quotes 00 to 5 50.
Mill Feed The market is dull . We quote:
Shorts lti 00; coarse middlings IS 00; second flue
do 20 00; line 24 00. .
Wheat Mare SDirited and nriees imnroved.
No. 2 red winter spot 1 42: sellers the year at
1 40; bids have been made for No. 1 at 1 54, but
sellers are not disposed to accept.
Corn Market dull. Low mixed, fresh re
ceipts held at 46c and high mixed at 47c; ears,
nominal. .
OlTS Quiet and steodv. No. 1. new. at 33c:
No. 2 held at 31c; old, held at 36c
Bye Demand liirht and few sales. Prices are
standing nominally at 60 to 65c for No. 2, and 70
75c for No. 1 State. .
Barley The market is dull and nominal at
75c to 1 00 for western. .
Pork Market active and firm. Heavy mess
per bbl. 15 00; short mess per bbl. 14 5U to 14 75;
extra short clear per bbl. 16 00 to 17 00; long
dear 17 00 ; rumps per bbl. 12 00.
Lard The demand is fair at 10c for citv-ren-
dered in kegs; 9!c do in tierces; couuty-ren-dered
8 to 84c.
Smoked Meats The market is active and
prices lirm. City sugar-cured hams, canvassed,
15c-: do. shoulders. 8c: do. breakfast Ba-
cou, 9J to 10c Dried beef, canvassed. 18 to 20c;
beet tongues, b 20 per dozen.
Beef Prices are firm and demand active ar
il 00 to 12 00 for extra mess.
Butter Market fairly active. Strictl v choice
firm at 23 to 25c; fair to good 18 to 21c; inferior
quulities. ranging at 10 to 12c .
Cheese Steady and firm. Factory is billed
in good lots at 14.c: choice selections at 15u. iu
small way.
Eggs Demand actice and stock Hunt. Fresh
are in good request at 28c
Poultry. The demand i nrood. and roceints
readily taken at the following prices :1ive chick
ens firm at 10c; turkeys 12c; (lucks 3 MttA 00 per
Petroleum The market is strong at the ad
vance, standard white in car lots is active at
2324c; 2o;i(o;2C;4c. in a small way.Ohio legal
test nrni at sja(g.-iSi;i c.
Potatoes. Good business doinir. Peach
Blows are selling at 05c in car lots, ou track,
and at 70c. from store. Early Kose dull and
Sweet Potatoes Jerseys and Southern are
selling at 5 00 per barrel. Bermudas 3 50 per
Fish. Are steady .with srood demand, aud
prices are firm.
White Fish 5 50 to
Trout & 00 to 5125
Pickerel No. 1 ; 5 00 to 5 55
Pickerel No. 2. . . '. 4 00 to 4 50
Herring, (upper lake) 3 25 to
Herring, kwer lake) 2 00 to 2 25
Bass to
HAY. But little coming in. Baled Timothv
is selling slowlv in car lots at 18 00 to 22 00 per
ton, aud in a retail way at 22 00 to 25 00, accord
ing to quality.
Beans. In short supply, and stead v 'at 1 50
to 2 00 for good to medium" new; 2 75 to 3 00 for
Green Apples. The market is steadily ac
tive and prices are strong with advancing ten
dency. Good to choice winter fruit is selling
fairly atl 75 to 2 03 per bbl., and 40 to 50c. pet
bushel from wagons.
Dried Avples. The offerings are large and
demand only fair. New quarters held ot 64(!r.(k-.
Green Peas. Wisconsin in good supply
with moderate demand at 1 90 per bushel.
Cranberries. There is only a light stock on
the market, and prices are firm at 13 50 to 14 00.
Salt. In good request and prices firm Coarse,
215 ; fine 2 00. per bbl.
Sl York, Oct. 84.
In Dry Goods, during the week, there has been
a fair distribution of general goods, with con
siderable activity in brown cottons, Caiiton flan
nels, prints, tickings and seasonable fahries.
Wool flannels, and blankets have also been do
ing well In jobbers' hands. The market for cot
ton fabrics has been strong and regular, with
no change in prices. The Daily Bulletin says
that foreign goods are fully active and steady,
with an improved tendency In desirable dress
fabrics, black silks and mohair lustres.
In general markets there have been no move
ments of note, we quote:
Flour. Heavy, superfine western and slate
S 90(a, 40; common to good extra at 6 90(ii7 20;
good to choice do. at 7 15tJ8 Ul; white wheat
Western extra at 8 OflifCu m: evtr.-i 1 at ? su
55; St, Louis at 7 SUgM 00.
Wbiskv, Active, at 9S',S,.
Wheat. In moderate innntrv . Vn. n 1 'tfon.
spring .and Milwaukee ot 1 45W1 46; No. s, do.
at t 631 W; winter red , western at 1 (id.
Corn. Iu brisk iVnmml. stenmni. ,..i.ani.n
mixed at 63Mn.',e. ; sail do. at IVfutGtv-.; vellow
at5'4(a65.'ic.; mixed siller November ai U5e.;
last half November at 6ttc,
HOats, Heavy and fn limited demand. New
w uite at 4aic.; new western mixed at iVa'40c;
black western at 42(cf;45c,
Eoos. Firm. Western ataikSao
Suoab. Firmer. Fair to irood rcfliiinir . uir
to 9Jic; Cuba at 9 to 10c.
Petroleum. Firm. Crude at 13i-c.: i-eilm-l
at 20o.
Turpentine. Dull at 6S'ar.
Pork Mess nt 15 40; prime at 14 00; mess,
seller Octolier, at 15 55 to 15 to. 1
Middles. Active and Arm. . .,.. .i ..1......
clear seller December tu 1-cUhmi v at sc: hum
clear at, far spot, '
Lard, Firm. No. 1 to urime sli.-m. m si
s'.c.i kettle 9c
Chic auo, Octolier 25.
.1 !;?Vr-l,,u ,,m' "vooping. Extra surhic
at 0 90 too 7a.
Wheat Fair forcishorseVvOcobei No,
? Cn"i,,inril" , VlRvVl lo'i tsoller Novein.
.'1". . ti.VJa V.ChVjwa spring nt 1 14 to 1 HI;
1 Wi rejected at si to Wo.
CUBNFaiiv.' No. 9 mixed at Sic for regular
sjiot ur October: at 31 1, toSH.e cash and seller
November; rejected Ml2ttae.
Rvk steady and iu moderate demand. No, 2
ut 50nH c,
Mess Pork In fair demand and linn. 15 00
forspol; al 12 85 lor Dei-ember, Jauuarv or tclfi.'
ruary; at 13 uu for March. - ' M
7I'loR'-'c1UU' "'t V ' UUI"-"' quo. at
4iS(1l"taV; SH'a,dy apd in moderate demand at
0-weg?i9RUU?S " ural0 160 tor corn; to
tX Wednesday morninir, either on Erie St,
Uor Mentor Avenue, a package containing
Eve yards of Swan Down. The finder will please
leave it at tne peoples' More, corner tate anu
main sts.
Q(1A per dav! Agents wanted !
Ot) TO 05J AU classes of working
People, of either sex, young or old, make more
money at work for us in their spare moments.
or an tne time, man at any tiling else. Panic
ulars free. Address
G. Stinson A Co-, Portland, Maine.
Read thr Following Testimonial, Wliirh i
but one Take-n from s Host :
Painesvillk. Ang. 23. '72.
Mr. J. J. Pratt: During the past four days
I have been asked several times my opinion of
the Hazelton Bros. Pianos.
During the past fifteen years I have mostly
spent my time tuning and repairing pianos, and
have tuned many old aud new Hazelton Piano:
The tones are fine and clear, yet brilliant, the
action good; they stay in tune admirably, and,
taking all things into account, I think there are
no better pianos made than the Hazelton Bros.'
Yours Truly,
1-104-2 G. C HOLT.
New Stoves, New Stoves.
I HAVE jnst received a full and complete
stock of Stoves of all kinds and sty les ; among
them may be found
Revolving Light & Anti-
Clinker Hot Base.
This stove has heed srreatlv improved in the last
vear. it is simiilo iu construction, And one of
the best heating stoves that the world has ever
seen. It has a greatly improved grate, so that
clinkers and siate can be removed every morn-
nig", or at any time, in is is tne only stove inaue
that gives any separation between the fire-pot
aud the grate. It also has four mica lights, or
windows, around the base, that are adjustable,
and can be removed at any time. The upper
most light revolves, so there is no smoking of
the upper mica lights. No other store has this
improvement. Call and examine it before pur
chasing elsewhere, and get a (good article aud
save money.
Also a large lau ana complete assortment or
For Weod and Coal.
Elevated Ovens of various styles. Sheet-iron
Heating Stoves ot all kinds, plain Soft Coal
Stoves, and open Franklin Soft Coal
Stoves. A full and complete stock of
all kinds of Sheet-Iron Ware
always on hand. Plain
And all kinds of
of various patterns.
Particular attention given to
And all kinds of
job wok,:k:
ixxe iv first-class style.
Call and examine mv stock before mirehasinrr
elsewhere, aud get prices and see a good article.
x reuiru my iimuks v my numerous patrons
for their patronage, and still solicit a continu
ance of the same.
fitSRememberthat I am in mv NEW STORE.
opposite the Painesville Mills.
14,7 and 147 State St.,
book: bindeb
No. 04 Cor. main Sc St. Clair St.,
Up Stairs, over Dingley's Store.
in 1859, 1 am prepared to do
Rinding: of all Rooks and. TOag-azinea
entrusted o my care at prices to snit cus
tomers, from 12ciupto 25 per volume.
Blank Rooks of all kinds furnished to order
at reasonable prices, and of the best paper and
bound in plain and fancy bindings. 1 have
also on hand and for Sale the following
Books aud numbers of Magazines:
I am permitted to use the names of the follow
ing geutlemen for
Reference :
J. II. Merrill, W. L. Perkins, S. Marshall, P.
P. San lord, C. O. Child, Kev. A. Phelps, J. F.
Scotteld, S. A.Tisd'd, C. 1). Adams, C. Quinn.
W. C Chambers. P. Sanfonl, Bev. S. B. Webster,
J E. Chambers. ...
Deckand & Enoleliart,
Hatters & Furriers
Silk Hats, Caps, and. JAtdies
Fine Dress Furs Made to
Order on short notice.
For Gents' and Youths' wear.
We use the Celebrated FRENCH CONFORM
ATEUit in Fitting Gents Silk HatsJ
154 Superior Streeet,
Opp. Weddell House,
Education is the C hi ef Defense of Nations.
Progress and Improvement, Onward
and Cpward, are the mottoes of tho World.
Maple City
Located at
. Corner of Maiu and St. Clair Streets,
PRATT RKOS., Proprietors.
A Full and Complete course of
Instruction given in all branches of a Commer
cial Educat ion which includes the
Fifty good Bookkeepers, Penmau.aud Telegraph
operators wanted inuuodVtwlv to prepare
themselves for Viusuiesssituatlons
sure to he e-Sund. Goodeliter
piVinir Business men are
always wanted.
Sit nations Guaranteed for
All . Kuglish Brauehes vght on Reasonable
Book l-.e4g
I'tiiibVanship, plain and ornamental.'.'.'."
Instruction (er month,.
Full course in all departments, time uu
Fifty lessons in Writtliig".
. 30 00
. 30 (HI
. 23 00
. 5 00
"W 90
.. tt Ot)
A Thorough Conre will be
given i Mathematics.
Wo jiU!ad to establish in this beautiful ritv.
WMelUs unsurpassed tor Its educational advan
tages, a I oimuorcial College that shall bo a com
plete snuovss In all its Departments.
i$Spccimcns of Penmanship, and Fnll Infor
luiitlou sent to those desiring to atteud.
Prof. O. G. PRATT,
13-.. -to- rauiui'AL.
New Coal Yard!
TTEhavo opened a Coal Yard at the Paines.
ville and Youngston-n Hailroad Depot,
Richmond street, and shall keep on hand the
Ih'si qualities of Soft Coal. For sale by the ton
or ear loud at lowest prices.
63-105-1 U. McCormick & Co., Agents.
Opened this day.
One Case Laventlnes.
A new style of Dress Goods, supe
rior in quality to any all-wool fabric
that has heretofore appeared in this
market. Our stock of this very de
sirable make of Goods, comprises all
the new shades of color of this season
One Case Cashmere i'Ecosse.
In all the common colors and new
cloth shades, at one dollar per yard
fully twenty-five per cent, below the
- market value.
One Case Sicilian Clotk
' - A very handsome effort in colored
silk stripes on black ground, at 65
cents. Very similar to the goods
which have appeared in the market
at (1.50 per yard.
238 & 240
Invites Attention to his FALL
His Stock of
PANTS and VESTS, etc
In 'Medium and Fine Goods is rery large, select
ed with great care, unusually well mode, and
will please all who want a good article at do
Also a Complete- Stock of
Hats, Cajis, and Mens
Furnishing Goods,
102 Main Street.
Painesville, Ohio, Sep. 20, 1OT2.
A Mother. Deserts her Hus
band and Ten Children.
QUITE an excitement was created in the town
the other day, by the disappearance of a
well known lady, who, it was stated, left her
better half and children to seek her fortune.
The hneband was like a raving maniac when he
discovered ber flight, and, after a search of a
whole day, he at last found her in the well
known store of
Who it will be seen, bv the list of orires below.
is selling his goods at
Extrenu-ly Low Figures.
Best Points for He.....
Boulevard Skirts, 2 00. .
Carriage Robes, 4 50
Horse Blankets, 2 25
Woolen Blankets, S 00. .
. Sold elsewhere for I2.Sio
. .Sold elsewhere for 3 00
. . Sold elsewhere for 6 SO
. . Sold elsewhere for 2 75
. .Sold elsewhere for 6 00
Woolen Blankets, best quulity $6 to 8 Sold else
where for $9 to 10.
Irish Poplins, 87c Sold elsewhere for 1
Irish Poplins 1 25 Sold elsewhere for 1 50
Irish Poplins, best, 1.50. . .Sold elsewhere for 1 75
Merinos. Empress', Sateens, Pongees. Japa
nese Silks, and Dress Goods in great variety, at
25 ger cent. less than any other ltouse in the
Heavy Blanket Shawls, $4 Sold elsewhere for V
Heavy Blanket Shawls, best In proportion
Ottomans for 8 00 Sold elsewhere for 10 ft)
Ottomans best, 10 Oil Sold elsewhere for 12 HO
Breakfast Shawls, Tic Sold elsewhere for 1 5U
Watered, Gros Grain, Oil Boiled, Plain ami
Sash Kih-hou in great variety, in which we oaVr
great inducements, aud guarantee to sell theut
at 25 per ceut, less than any store in towa eaa
buy them, Beautiful Hnir Braids for 86c else
where 1 00. Flauels of every desrriptioB, very
low. Watergroofs, all colors styles and quality,
for 1 00 per yard.
Furs I Furs! Furs!
Which we will selMees than ever before.
itueres. Broadcloths, Kentucky Geaus,
Tweeds Nankins very low.
Just rece: veil. Twenty Cases of
Latest styles to be sold at COST. Antpaecas, from
4tle to 1 25. Be sure and rail at the
Before purchasing elsewhere, if you wish to
save your money and get the best goods in the
71 Maia St. FaiaesviUrt. O. 19-71-41- S

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