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NORTHERN OHIO JOURNAL.
SATUKDAT, - NOVEMBER 9, 1872. J11ES E. CIA1BEKS, Editor. EDITOBI1L PAKAGRiPHS. Fbom all qnarterg there still come re ports of the spread and ravages of the Canadian horae disease and in the inter ruptions of commerce and business its effects are only less disastrous than they would be were it necessarily fatal in its terminations. Although in those places first visited its abatement is marked, yet so rapidly does it spread from point to point that it is impossible lo foresee how extensive may be its prevalence- or how great the losses in- in another column. will be found an ac count of its spread in Painesville. Al though we do not believe that it will prevail to any great extent in the conn try proper, yet we would again repeat the warning before given and suggest the necessity of care and preparation for its reception every where. In this connec- Uon may it not be considered as rather remarkable that we import the horse . . . - Cauada'and Texas? These things can- "not occur without some specific cause Thev are not general effecU. Would it i not be a boon to the whole country it arWmA DiTUfumaHo In VAAtilTAtiOll COIlld DC set on foot to determine wherein lies the source of these great evils? The mere monev interests Involved in the question are so immense that such a measure would well be warranted by that consideration alone. For, by ascer- taining the causes of these epidemics 1 among our horses and cattle the first great step would be taken toward pro viding a remedy. , . , The flection Psobably there were none to whom the general result of the recent election was a matter of much surprise but it may well be doubtful whether the tre- menduous majorities were not so much iu excess of anything that had been an ticipated as to create a feeling of wonder and amazement in the minds of every one. Indeed the feeling of simple aston ishment with which the returns were first received rapidly deepened into one of incredulity and it was only when sub stantiated by . official reports that the public could come to accept the news as literally true . But with each succeeding day the re sults ocly receive" stronger confirmation and , it may now be accepted as true, not simply that General Grant has been re-elected but that this has been by one of the most overwhelming of votes. Un doubtedly there are many significant and striking lessons to be learned from the election which may be observed with benefit bv all. But, the most strongly marked is that to managers and ; political leaders who suppose themselves able to transfer a popular vote by indi- ' vidual bargain and sale. . Admitting that the defeat was due to the lack of cooperation on the part of the Demo crats, the result is simply a fulfillment of the words so commonly uttered by the rank and file just after the Balti more Convention: they were sold but not delivered. - The following is a statement of the re sult In the several States of Tuesday's election for President, corrected by the latest returns received by mail and tele graph Pormlar vole . r-ZUct'l tot- Ada. maj. uern maj. ura7tt.wrceity. Alabama. 3,uuu Arkansas ... - ' California. . . . Coon Delaware... Florida Georgia Illiuois . Indiana. ... . Iowa. Kansas Kentucky... - Louisana ' Maine Maryland... 3,000 6,250 6,000 en 500 80,000 35,000 . 6,000 60,000 80,000 21 16 11 5 1,000 6,000 12 8 .30,000 7 . 6,000 ; Ma. Michigan Minnessota . ' MissiHsippi. Misstxiji . Nevada ' Nebraska . . . u N. Uainp " New Jersey. New York... N. Carolina . Ohio Oregon . " l'enu.. :.. .... It. I.. .... . . . . 8. Carolina. . j - - Tennessee... Texas , "Vermont.... "Virginia Vf. Virginia. Vfisuonnin. . . 73.217 13 30,000 20,000 30,000 11 6 8 3 3 6 9 35 10 22 3 29 4 7 16,000 16 .. 1,000 . 10,000 .. 6,000 .. 7,000 . 60,000 . 10,000 .. 36,000 .. 1,500 100,000 .. ,838 . 40,000 - 20,000 80,000 12 a I 30,000 ... 5,000 is'ooo 643,416 122,000 5 11 1,000 10 , Total 122,000 267 99 99 Oranfs maj .620,916 168 ,', TH B 8AS JVATi DECISION. It U now about thirty years since first ' arose the controversy between our Gov ernment and that of Great Britain rela- , tive to the establishment of the North western boundary. At that time Eng land, through the Hudson Bay Fur Company, claimed the entire territory - North of the Columbia river ; while our . demand was for all from the Mexican line on the south up to the parallel of fifty -four degrees and forty minute3 of ' north latitude. The first of these ex- eluded its from all of Oregon and the 'greater portion cf what Is now "Wash ington Territory, and the second in cluded much of the present British Columbia and all of Vancouver's Island With this wide difference between the two governments the question has prac tically remained unsettled from that time to the present and has not only been a source of vexatious and protracted diplomatic correspondence but has even Ihreatened, occasionally, to involve the t wo countries in actual war. In 1844 the question came up politi cally and "54-40 or flghf'formed a rally ing cry that went far to insure the dec- . tion of Mr. Polk over Henry Clay al though results showed that that admin istration was able to bring about neither the one nor tbe other of these alterna tives. As Secretary of State, the nego tiations upon the subject were entrusted to James Buchanan and he, with his customary love of compromise, accepted the forty-ninth degree of latitude in place of the disputed '54-40." In draw ing up the treaty under this compromise it was found, however, that the forty , ninth parallel would divide Vancouver's island and a further compromise was therefore made so as to st ipulate that the boundary line of that parallel should be , '. so deflected as to yield all of that great - island to the British, running the line ' through the "principal channel from the ' ctraits of Juan de Fuca to the Gulf of Georgia." - Under this treaty and compromise the qncstion rested, in statu quo, until 1856, when a Joint Commission was ordered, to survey aud fix the boundary line in conformity with the stipulated provis ions. This labor involved no particular difficulties, it being only necessary to fix geographically the forty-ninth parallel and mark" the survey, until the commis - sion reached the waters of Puget Sound . At this point, where the boundary wag J to be deflected, a controversy Immedi ately arose as to which was "the prlnci- pal channel," there being several j through the archipelago of islands in those water. The British claimed the Risano strait as the principal one, al though that pas-sage is not a cannon shot across, while the Americans claimed the Cabal deHaro, that being nearly sixteen miles in width. Between these two chauneis lies the now celebrated island of San Juan, the possession of which, together with that of several smaller ones in the same group was necessarily made to depend upon the de cision relative to the choice of channels through which the boundary-line should run. . And this is the question which has been agitated from time to time for so many years and the final adjustment of which has but just been announced. It will be remembered that a some what lengthy claim in regard to it was introduced into the Treaty of "Washing ton and its settlement referred to the Emperor of Germany. Now after the most careful examination of the proofs and opinions of experts, and after full statement and argument submitted by the Uni(ed States Minister, Mr. Ban croft, and the British Minister, Odo Rus sell, the Emperor has decided the "Ca nal de Haro" to be the "principal chan nel" and therefore the boundary as fixed by the treaty and by this has finally definitely determined a vexed question and given us the island of Sun J uan and others composing the group. Although In size the island is entirely disproportioned to the magnitude of the controversy over its possession it being only some fifteen miles in length by seven in width yet its contiguity to the best salmon fisheries in the world, its valuable quarries and last, though not least, its value as a subject of dispute, serve to render the decision a .most im portant one for the interests of future peaceful relations between the two coun tries. BOOKS Al PAPERS. We have received the first number of the Enterprise, a new weekly paper pub lished at Andover, Ohio, by D. L. Cal kins. It is an eight-column, patent- outside and Inside paper, and we pre sume will be received witu tavor by tuc dwellers in that portion of Ashtabula County in which it appears. The Museee Uuiversel, Revue illustree hebdomadaire, is a new illustrated French magazine published in New York, by II. P. Sampers, at $6 per year. Mr. Sampers is the publisher, already, of several French magazines and papers, all of which are well edited and con ducted with care and ability, and we doubt not but this new effort will be to the full as successful as any of his former ventures. Chaque numero est compose de 16 pages, remfermees dans une elegante converture. Le Musee uniaersel formera chaque annee deux tres-beaux volumes de plus de 40U pages cnacun. Peterson's Magazine for December is on our table in advance, and is, without doubt, one of the cheapest of the really good lady's books. It contains, every year, one thousand pages ; foiirteen steel engravings; twelve colored, double-size, steel fashion plates; twelve.colored Ber lin patterns; twenty-iour pages oi mus ic; and more than a hundred novelets and original stories by the best Ameri can writers, l et tne price is only two dollars, or a dollar less than magazines of its class, and to clubs it is cheaper still. Thus, five copies are sent for eight dollars, or twelve copies for seven teen dollars. To the person getting up either of these clubs an extra copy is given as a premium, and also a superb five-dollar engraving for framing, 'Christ Weeping Over Jerusalem." Ad dress Charles J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Arrangements have been made by which we can offer a year's subscription to the New York Christian at Work and Eclectic Weekly, with their four magnif icent Chromos: "Good Morning," "Car lo in Mischief, "Spring Flowers," and Summer Flowers," together with our journal for $4,50. As the Chromos alone are worth from $10.00 to $15.00, and as the New York publication is ev ery way first-class, it presents an unus ual opportunity to subscribers. Ine Chromos are made by Prang and other celebrated artists, and will De forwarded promptly by mail prepaid. Should any subscriber desire only the two first- named Chromos, they will be sent with the two publications for $3.75. Remit to the publisher of this paper. I NOTES FROM AFAR. OITK OWlf COBKESPOKDEyTS. I Corrennond lice containing important news so Ittciteajrom every van oj tne country, jj vsea tto erally paid for. Writer's name and address re- I ouired on everv communication as private auan I antees ogoodaith. Rejected communications not I returned. Across tbe Continent. LETTER NUMBER FOURTEEN June 30th, Sunday. No better luck In bringing the supposed ferryman, though we plainly see people moving about the house opposite. My Navajoe found a boat crouched near our camp, and on getting it out I find it to be one of Ma jor Powells. This proves that we are at the right place, as the Agent has directed me to Lees Ferry, at the head of the Grand Canyon,, where Major Powell has left some of his boats which Lee is using. We find no oars, but the two old men, by my directions, succeeded in hacking out with their butcher knives a pretty respectable pair from pieces of drift wood. But to my despair I found that neither Navajoes could swim or row, there being no large streams in their country. It would not do for me to risk it alone, as tne boat was eignteen teet long and very heavy, and rapids In sight not more tnan tour mues Deiow. feo we put In the entire day hauling the boat a mile up tne river to give us tlic advan tage of the bend and a current oft' shore ; and 1 can conscientiously say it is the hardest Sunday's work 1 have done since 1 came out ot the army. The Navajoes are jubilant to-night, chanting and reciting their traditions till mid night. Espagnol translates the stories to me, and 1 find them tolerably inter esting romance. July 1st. After a scant breakfast of coftee and dried antelope, about all we had left, I took John and Espagnol aboard and shoved off, reaching the opposite shore after floating down mile or more. The river here is about a third of a mile wide, very deep and swift; and dangerous whirls and eddies In the bends make me feel rather nerv ous. Went to the house and found one woman and ten children. Five, she informed me were her own, three be longed to "one of our old gent's wives in the States, and two to Rachel, his wife, up at the other ranch." Evidently we were getting near the "Mormon settlements. Lee himself had gone to Kanab for provisions a hun dred miles awav anu woulu not return for two or three days. Had heard us on Saturday ,but thought it was only a partv of Indians. Had nothing to sell "the Indians" but milk and cheese, but could board there "till our old gent. came back" which oner was thankfully accepted. July fid. The Indians get discouraged at tne prospect oi so long a wait, ana thought from the appearance of the river that Lee could not get their horses across safely ; so decided to return and left at 3 p. m. to-day. I furnished them a tolerable supply of cheese and meat with all the cottee and sugar 1 had left. and saw them leave with real regret; for I am still over a hundred miles from the Mormon settlements. July 3d. Lee got home this morulns, and by noon we had my horses crossed by swimmiug; but I concluded not to start till to-morrow, as It is about forty miles to the next ranche. My host is the noted John D.Lee, supposed to have been the Mormon leader in the terrible Mountain Meadow massacre. We talked till midnight about that and other mat ters, of which he gave me a full account too volumincrtj to record here. ,He admits that a larj;e number of Mormons took part with the Indians; but denies being concerned in the n;)?aere him self. July 4.V. A drv Independence day for me. At an early hour I left Lee s, and rode 15 miles southwest to the first water the only stream on- to-day's route. Thence I ascended to the plateau1 between the Washsatch Mountains and the Colorado, on which I was to travel for three days, stopped for the night at Jacob's Pool, forty miles on the way, where Jolin L. L,ee Las a rauctie on which "hi wife Rachel"' lives. Ilere is a fine sprh g from which a stream ruus a few hundred yards down the plain.- . oth lath. Continued my jour ney by easy stages of twenty or thirty miles a (lay to .Beaver, ai wnicu pmce j bade farewell to wild life for a while, took Ftapre. and .,"-..; r July 21st Reached the "City of the Saints once more, after an absence of seven ' months, rjir-dear8t friends scarcely recognized tfie festive youth of thirty-two summers, In the sun-browned traveler chid fn-bnckskin,: and adorned by a beaded -Xavajoe' scarf and mocca sins. - Here I -Shall -take my flinmer rest, relieved by a trip to Soda Springs, the future Saratoga of the west. Glad to See the old place once more; glad to plunge in the warm pool again and scrape off the relies of barbarian life; glad to repose in the cool porch of the Salt Lake House, and in lieu of the lukewarm and brackish pools of Arizo na - to ... suck civilized refreshments through a straw ; glad to enjoy the society of old friends, endeared by mu tual toils, and proud to once more sub scribe myself, Yours, truly, a Gentile citizen of Utah. . Bekdle. NEWS OF THE "WEEK Private advices from Pomeroy, Ohio, state that the coal miners have struck for an increase of wages, from three and a half to four cents per bushel, and that salaried employes have demanded a cor responding advance oi pay. Tne coal owners, in their meeting passed the following resolution : Sesolved, That there is nothing In the coal market at this time to warrant coal operators in paying more than one dollar per ton for mining a ton of coal, and we therefore respectfully decline to pay the advance demanded. Governor Noyes has Issued the fol lowing proclamation : A year ot unusual prosperity to our State and country is now drawing to a close. The labors of the husbandman have been abundantly rewarded, every department of business ha.s lieeu pros pered, tne investmentoi capital lias oeen enumerated, anu nonest toil nas neeu rewarded as never before. Health has everywhere prevailed, while violence lawlessness and crime nave been greatly diminished. We are at peace among ourselves and with all the nations of the earth. In grateful recognition of the mani fold blessings with which our lives have been crowned, iu . accordance with a custom long endeared to us, and in con formity to the recommendatiou of the President ot tne united states, l, r.u- ward F. Noyes, Governor . of Ohio, do hereby designate and appoint Thursday, the twentv-eightn ot .November, the present month, as a day of thanksgiving to Almighty God for the good we have, and of prayer for the good we seek. And I do especially recommend and re quest that all the citizens ot Uhio shall upon that day rest from their ordinary avocations, and that in their houses of public worship, and in quiet homes where families are reunited, they may acknowledge their indebtedness to the Creator, and remember the " duties of kindness, generosity and brotherly love which they owe to their fellow men. tiiven at the ,xecutive Chamber, at Colnmbus, the first day of November, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two, and of the lii- depence of the'United States ot America the ninety-seventh, -fciDWARD F. N OYE3. By the Governor. Isaac R. SnrawooD, . Secx-etary of State. DISTRICT OF COLCMBIA. The Treasury Department has Issued a circular to collectors at the.prlncial ports, instructing them to caretully ob serve the existing regulations which prevent the importation of neat cattle or hides from a country where the hoof ind mouth disease is prevalent. Tha De partment has received information that this disease nas agin broken out in the Argentine Republic, Abe president has signed the procla mation declaring that all the prpvisions of the acts Imposing discriminating for eign tonnage and impost duties in the united totates are revived and shall henceforth be and remain iu full force as relates to goods and merchandise im ported into the United States In French vessels from couutries other than France so long as any discriminating duties shall continue to be imposed by France upon gooas imported into t ranee in ves sels of the United States from countries other than the United States. A letter has been received at the Gen eral Land Office setting forth that a movement is on foot by the Isrealitcs of Unrope tor settling a colony of Rouma nian and Continental Jews "in America. It appears there is a company formed. possessing a paid-up capital of $1,500,000 who contemplate settling In this country of some eight thousand families, com prising forty thousand persons. They wisn to oDtain 2ou,uuu acres oi govern ment land for this purpose. rENXSTlVAXIA. The Bankers of the oil regions have held two meetings relative to a plan re cently adopted by a conyention of pro ducers to control the market for crude oil. This plan consists of the formation of an ageney, with a capital stock of one million dollars, through which the en tire production is to be bought and sold, with ample storage and heavy capital,and restraining the production when neces sary. It is believed the price can be maintained at five dollars per barrel The bankers oSer their support and show a willingness to co-operace, and, at the last meeting carried, Dy a unanimous vote, resolutions, expressing confidence in .the scheme. - 1 he morning papers severely criticise the movement, and the producers are somewhat divided in their opinions, and its success is as yet uncertain. SEW YORK. Victoria WoodhuU was arrested on Saturday morning, on a warrant sued out by L. C. Challis, charging her with gross libel. Warrauts were also issued against hci and her partner by other parties on like charges. They were also arrested by United States Marshal Sharpe, as they wero preparing for flight, on a charge of sending obseene publications through the mails. Thev were held in $8,000 bail, but in default were sent to Ludlow sU'eet jail. The Evpress says the arrest of the feminine firm of Woodhull and Claflin,. for circulating obscene literature, was to be expected, for nothing more obscene in the way of words in the atrocious charges ever obtained currency iu any community thai; the attacks of these women upon a distinguished and hon ored clergyman. The scandalous :uid libellous article of the twain consists of a gross attack upon Rev. Henry Ward Beeche.r and Theodore Tilton. .Another inmate of Ward's Island Asylum, 'lamed Louis C, Samuels, died on Tuesday, from alleged violence at the hands of a keeper named McDonnell. The victim had been put in a cold batli and brutally kicked in the stomach and elsewhere.. The jury in the Hall trial disagreed, and were discharged. One report says they stood seven for the conviction and five for the acquittal. After their dis charge the court adjourned to Novem ber 18, when the prosecution will a3k the trial of Tweed. . Mayor Hall re marked on leaving the court that the re sult in his trial was the greatest disap pointment he hud experienced in forty7 six years, A few days ago a motion wasj made before Judge Barrett, in the Supreme Court, on demurrer to dismiss the civil suits brought by the Board of Supervis ors against William M. Tweed, Richard B. Connelly and Thomas C. Fields, on the ground that the Board had no right of action. The Attorney General hav ing instituted suiton the same ground of action to-day, 'Judge Barrett decided that the Board of Supervisors t had a risht to bring such suits, aud overruled the demurrers, with costs. Tbe Dead Lincoln" Over I lie ew York road. Yearly C-entr;tl Trip lt:iil- I A writer in the Albany '(N. Y.) Ece niiig Times relates a conversation with a superstitious, night watchman on the New York Central Raiiroad. Said the watchman: "I believe in ghosts. I kuowsueh things exi?t. If von will come up iu April I will convince you." He then told of the phantom train that every year conies up the road with the body" of Abraham' Lincoln. Regularly in the month of April, about midnight, the air on the track becomes very keen and cutting. . On either side it is warm and still. -Kverv watchmau, when he feels this air steps off the track and sits down lo watch. Soou alter the pilot en gine, with long black streamers, and a band with black instruments, playing dirges, grinning - skeletons sitting all about, will pass up noiselessly, and the very air srrowa black. II it is moonlight, clouds always come over the moon, and tne very music ceeius lu iiugr as ii j ru zen with horror. A few moments after ' and the phahtoui- traln'slic!e3 by. Flags and streamers hang about. 'The traek ahead seems covered with a black carpet, a'nd the wheels are draped with the same. The coffin of the murdered Lin eon is seen lying on the centre' of a car, and alt about it iu the air and the train behind are vat numbers of blue-coated men, some with coffins on' their backs, others leaning on them. It seems that all the vast armies that died during the war are escorting the phantom train of the President. The wind, if blowing, dies away at once, and over all the air a sol emn hush, almost stifling, prevails. If a tram were passing, its noise would oe drowned in the silence and the phantom train would ride over it. Clocks and watches always stop, and when looked at are found to be from five to eight minutes behind. Every-where on the road, about the 27th of April, the time of watches and trains is found suddenly behind. This, said the leading watch man", was from the passage of the phan tom train. ' WILLIAM C CHAMBERS,) EES, JA-Mi.5 Jt. .;iiAaiui!.i1 rs. . J. B. WcLAUGniXS. Before J. Cavendish, J. p. Painesville, Township, Lake Co., Ohio. OK the thirtieth day of October. A. D. 1872, Si'id Justice i-sue1 an onjer of attachment kntlie above acuon lor tne sura or twelve dollars. W. C. I HAMBEKS. J. E. Ck-leks. Painesville, O, Oct 39, 1872. To-73-1 PROBATE COURT. THE STATE OF OHIO, Lake Countv, ss In the Probate Court of said County "VrOTICE is Hereby Given, that the following named er5ons have filed ac counts in said Court for settlement, and the same are set for hearing on the 2d dayol IccemUer, -x. i i..z, at ten u ciock a. m.: 1 Stephen H. Hurt. exr. of the 1-ist v.-ilt and tes tament of Lnnra Carpenter, deed. Final acct. 2 Nathaniel p. ISaily, guardian of Edeth C and t.eo. K. Mathews, tievund partial acct. S P. M. Kowley, admr. of the estate of Minnie Pierson, dc;'d. Final acct. 4 Samuel K House, guardian of Thomas Wilder. l- irst partial acct. 5 Edward L. Hopkins, pru.irdLin of Edgar Flop kins. First partial ac-t. 6 EU Olds, guardian of Henry G. Hitchcock. linrd partial acct. 1 A. P. Axtell, trustee of the estate of Z,. E - Gihbs. Final acct. S Amanda Ft. Jacket, adnir. of the estate of J. B. ucKet. r inai acct. 9 C s. Bartlett, admr. of the estate of Eliza Jane Brings. Final acct. 10 Koswell Hays, admr. of the estate of James 51. Carpenter, deed. Final acct. 11 M. B. Cook, exr. of the last will or PoHv I.yman. Final acct. 12 Francis O'Brien, aiuur. of Sarah Bowen,decd. Final acet. G. N. TUTTTE. Probate Judge. Invertible Troughs Took the Premium, at the Fairs. The cast-iron heads can he used with slab or plank. Slab is best, being cheaper, and will not cheek or spring. I sell the heads at 3 per set. Tbey can be had by applying at Tuttle A Crane's, Painesville, O. A. and E. Damon's store, Kirtland, O., or at the residence ol the subscriber, Mentor Avenue. F. J. GOLDSMITH, Box 645. Painesville, Lake Co., O. Union Meat Market. LL KINDS OF FRESH AXI SALTED jCV JitAisi tor side at tne lowest prices All meats delivered free of charge. C. G. DAVIS. Painesville, March 88,1879. - , 3T-S9-1 New Stoves, New Stoves. I HAVE .Inst received a full and complete stock of Stoves of all kinds and styles : among them may be found SPEAR'S IMPROVED Revolving Light & Anti Clinker Hot Base. This stove has been greatly improved in the last year. It is simple in construction, And oue 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 ing, or at any time. This is the only stove made that gives any separation between the fire-pot and 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 miea lights. No other stove has thU improvement. Call and examine it before pur chasing elsewhere, and get a good article and save money. Also'a large full and complete assortment of . COOK STOVES, For Wood and Coal. Elevated Ovens of various stvles. Sheet-iron Heating Stoves of all kinds, plain Soft Coal - Stoves, nnd open Franklin Soft Coal Stoves. A full and complete stock of all kinds of Sheet-Iron Ware always oa haml. Plain TIIfcT "WARE, And all kinds of BRASS WARE, COAL IIOD3, OIL CLOTH of various patterns. Particular attention given w KOOFiisra-, And all kinds of JOB WOIRIEC llOXE IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. Call and examine mv stuck before, purchasing elsewhere, and get prices and see ;t good article. I return my tluinks f) inv mimo.iou patrons for their patronage, and r-till solicit a eouiiuu mice of the same. JSRcmoinl.-r t h.-il 1 am in my N l-TW STOW: opposite the 1'aiiH-sville Mills. 1 and ltt 7 State St. PAISESVILLU, OHIO. S. AXDREWS. 88-94-01 -a 4 GHROMOS. "CARLO IX MISCHIEF." ' GOOD MORXING," "SPRING KLOWRS," and "SUMMER FI.OWERS," with the ECLECTIC WEKKJuY mnH WEEKLY CHRISTIAN AT WOltK (consolidated), for:! no These chromos are about ,ih si.o nf ''Wide Awake aud Fast Asleep,' Subscribers I'm--nished AT OXCE with their chromos. AliENTS can mako better terms with us than with any other publishers. Address, H. W. ADAMS, HJ-86-2 27 Beekmau St., N. Y. Save your Greenbacks BUT THE- -QUESTION IS -'How will we do it ?" I WILL TELL YOU ! Erv YOUR Dry. (ip'ods,- .'.Fancy: Goods, MOTIONS at tbe Popular New York Store ! Where yon can find the largest and most com plete stock of goods in Northern Ohio. We have more roods than nnv three houses in Painesville all we ask is to com and see for yourselves Fine Felt Skirts at 1 50 sold elsewere for 2 25. Shaker Woolen Blankets at 4 00 sold elsewhere for 5 50. Fine, Large Lap Eohes at 4 50 sold else where for 6 00. Horse Biaukets at 2 25 sold elsewhere for 2 75. Best Irish Poplins at 1 25 sold elsewhere for 2 75." Sateens '-De Eugeno" from 60ets to 1 00 Pongees " 60 " 1 00 Empress, all eolors, " 65 " 85 3Ierinos. hest, all colors, " 85 " 1 00 Imperial Tycoon Keps " .23 " 30 Large assortment of Plaids, very low. Furs ! Furs ! Furs ! The largest assortment in the city at all priees consisting of beautiful OTTER, MINK, ALASKA, and BEAVER SETS. ThreeC'ases orshawls just, received consisting of Fine Paisley, Bengal Stripes, Keversible, Ottainons, Bay States Heavy, Long Shavls, . ; . Breakfast Shawls, etc., etc., to be sold at cost. . ! Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! A large and complete stock of ladies and chil urens Shoes at very low prices. Largest assortment of Xubias,Scarfsdb Childrens Hoods in the city, at very low figures. Be sure and call at the New York Store before purchasing elsewhere. 33. EUELICH. 71 Main St. Painesville. O. 19-71-61 -3 Education is the Chief Defense of Xations. Progress and Improvement, Onward and Cpward, are the mottoes of the World. Maplo City BUSINESS COLLEGE Located at PAINESVILLE, OHIO, Corner of Main and St. Clair Streets, PRATT BBOS., Pronrietors. :. A Full and Complete course of Insfo-uction given in all branches of a Commer cial Education which includes the SCIENCE OF ACCOUNTS, COMMER; CIAL LAW, BOOK-KEEP-1NO, PENMANSHIP and TELEGRAPHING. FiVty good Bookkeepers, lenman,and Telegraph operators wanti-d immediately to prepare themselves for ltusiiiess,situat ions sure to he found. Good enter- -prising Business men are always w anted.. Situations Guaranteed for TELEGRAPHING. Bl'SIXESS CORRESPONDENCE a specialty All English Branches taught on Rea-onaqle Terms. Book-keeping 80 00 T'otimanhip, phtiu and oruumental :jtt tMI Telegraphing ti5 K Instruction per month, ... 5 00 Full course ju all departments, time un limited S7B (10 Fifty lessons in Writliug 5 00 A Tliortmch. Course will Le given in Mathematics. We intend to establish in this beautiful city, which is unsurpassed for its educational advan tages, u Commercial College that shall be IV com, plete success in all its Departments. BSpceimens of Penmanship, and Full infor mation sent to those desiring to attend. Prof. O. G. PRATT. 13-77-61-3 PRINCIPAL. WANTED! The folio wing sunift of Money : Fire Hundred Dollar ; O ie Tliousa n d. Dollars Twenty-jive- Jlnndrerl 'Dollars ; To loan on terms of from One to Five years First-class security will be given. Enquire o. S.B.HOrSE, Heal Estate and Insurance Aeoiit. Sweet Ch estn ut Trees. mHE largest stock in the world, at srreatlv re- lute, of superior, Xujwi - Slock -."iuattwnth yearAfj .acres; 11 greeu houes. 4 Address .j ." . ..-" SToBBSj HABBI&OX .CoI 41-9-1 iauieiviHjE4 LaSe comity, Ohio.' Maiiliuod : How Lost, How Restored. JUST published, a new edition of UE. -CUL-VEEffELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY oa the radical cure (without medicine) of Sperma torrhea, or seminal eaKness, involuntary beminal Losses. Im potency, Mental aud Physical Incapacity, impediiueuts to .Marriage," etc ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, induced uy sun luuuiareucu or sexual extravagance. 'Price, in a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated aul hor. in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' suc cessful practice, that t he alarming consequences of self-abuse mav be radically cured without the dangerous use of lnlerual medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, io matter what his condition may bemay eure himself cheapl v. privately, and radically. J&ei?" This Lecture should he in the hands of eve ry voutii and every man in the land. ; Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also. Or. Culverwell'a "Marriage Guide," price Fitv Cents. fiasaF Address the Publishers, CHARLES J. C. KLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, Xevr York, 69-130 Postoihce Box, 4.586 MUSIC AL ! Head tlte Following Testimonial, Which is , but one Taken front, a Ilost : t . . Paisesville. Aug. 23. '72, ; Mr. J. J. Pratt: During the past fonr days I have been asked several times my opinion of the Hazcltoh Bros. Pianos. , . ' During the past fifteen years I have mostly spent my time tuning aud repairing pianos, and have tuned many old aud new Iluzelton Pianos. The tones arc fine and clear, yet brilliant, the action good; they stay in tune admirably, and, taking all things into account, I think there are uo better pianos made than the Hnzelton Bros.' Yours Truly, . '. 1-1U1-2 G. C. HOLT. ": The Unioii Cornet Band Wonld respectfullv announcethat they arc pre pared to furnish. Music lor all of. the require ments of the present campaign, ON SHORT NOTICE AND LIBERAL TEU.V1S, or for occa sions upon which the services of a Band are rer quired. : r- . An Efficient String; Band, aHo in connection with the Cornet Band, are prepared to furnish Music for Bulls, Pic-Nies, Sup'pers, etc. -Address, GEORGE B CUT, Leader, - . : P. O. Boi887. ' Office Parmley's New Block, State street Painesville Ohio. . - 5S-T3-2 JOSEPH JOHNSON'S STANDARD HERBAL REMEDIES ! FOR SALE AT &c GO'S. 40-92 3 , Carpets ! Carpets ! AN IMMENSE STOCK FOR THE FAIL TR A D 2. We have just imported a choice line of FINE CARPETIMS ! Which we offer at Oreatly Reduced Pri ces, 'lliose wno nave nonses to luruisn anew will find the most uniie styles of the season at our store, and we are conildent will save their expenses to Cleveland. A BULL ASSORTMENT OF UXS m EPHOLSTEBY GOODS, Carpets at Wholesale at Manufacturer's Pricesi Beckwith, Sterling & Co. 1ST &1S9 Superior st 61 -43-5 , Cleveland O. BONDS. Sec n r it i es . "ITT'K continue to sell at par, adding accrued interest,. the -First Mortgage Oold Bonds oftho Xortheru l'iicjlic Kailroad Company. On the completion' of thi season's contract, there will be Fl VK HlTXI)Ut;l AND SUV KNTMON IKII.ES. ot the main liue ol'the road in opera tion, uniting Iike Superior with the Missouri lliver. and securing 'the lavge trntUo of the Northwest. Thii amount of road also entittles the Company, to Ten Million Four Hundred Thousand Acres f 1. aud. located in Central Minnesota, Eastern Dakota, ami in the Columbia Vullev on the Pacitle 'oust. The Bonds are se rured' bv a lirtt mm-tgage on tho Road, its Traf fic and Franchises, and iin'theeiitii-e Lund Grant received from theivernment. The rate of in terest is iseveu uud-Xhi-ee-tenths, tiold, equiva cent to about Kialit and a Quarter per cent, in Currency. Belic'viug the security to be ample, and the rate orintlest sjUisf:tcti-y, we recom mend these Bonds as n desirable, investment. Holders of th9 I'niled Suites 6-i0s and high priced corporate securities may materially in crease both their pri wiji-'d and their interest in come by echitngiiig lor .Northern .Paeitius. Jay Cooke & Co., .New Yons, PniLAPELrnia and Washington J. V- PAINTER, Banker, Cleveland, Ocnerul Agents for Ohio. For sale by ItANKS and BAMililtS. generally. FOR SALE IS PA1NES.SII.LE BV - First National It unit Aaron Wilcox, Eaxkch. XI. Steclft, " t9-'--6. Boots and Shoes. OKEofthataricest and Best Selected stock Goods In this line ever brought into this market, is nowopen for the - Spring aud Summer Trade J. li. COLLACOTT, dealer in anfi-tnatnuagtiirer-eP U tbe latest sty tes ot ile'w VJ"oMenV aad. UuUren's wear. 1 lit i - - '-'-- , . : : : f. .' i n '.' ... :: . . .-: Ko. 86 , . ' Main Street, Best" door. to Lake County Bank. . Particular attention will be paid to CUSTOM ; WORK I " Prices as Cheap as the - Cheapest. Call and see. 48-96-3 CAEPETS ! WE TOOK 1st Premium on Carpets, 1st Premium on Oilcloths, 1st Premium on Best Dis . play of Carpets at Fair 1872. W e tiAVrt alt ihe C.haiYn Stvlos. selected with prent care nin ihp mw-rs h ui prjuuijini. nu nor tine houses in Xcw York. Boston, and Pliila doluhia, besirlc importations of our own, and have a lftrgrer stock of Novelties than any he in Northern Ohio. : r iTices lovrer tuan can be made by onr com pe-titor. STONE & COFFIN, 215 Superior Street, CLEVELAND, , OHIO, $7-89-4 To the People of Iake Co, THE WEED "FAMILY FAVORITE Sewing Machine, With its new and'vahiable improvements, is be voiid a doubt the SIMPLEST, LIGHTEST KfJNNING EASIEST TO OPEBATE; aND MOST DESIRABLE MACHINE IN THE MARKET. No Part is Operated by a Spring. Every Motion is Positive. The Attachments are the Simplest & Most Complete "Made. t.TV til Ladles, yon should certainly try the weeu netore purcnasing. aiid you will not be sorry you did so. By addressing GEO. FOLWEIX 114 MAIN ST., PAINESVILLE, O ' Tou can have a Machine Brought to Your ' House Ahvwliere in Lake county inside of three days, when von ean give It a tnorougn triat ana - cee what the machine is yourself. . s Bemember it will cost you ' nothing, provided :::! i.. the-machine ' : - -don't suit . , .. . i -i- ' you.- , SEE 'WHAT THE Ladies of Painesville Say ABOUT THE WEED: Tirii the undersigned, having nsed the "FA M- ll.Y FAVOIUTK" ill our families from three to live vears, constantly, would say that our machines have never been out of order al wavs rwadv to do any kisb of wokk; never cost anvthiug ior repairs, and we think it the best aud mo-t desirable - machine in the market. F.very lady should trv it liefore iiurchnsinic. JIbs. 1). B. Ci.aVtox, Miss. C. Sitei-hehd, W. O. TllEl, Jno.Martin, L. V ACKLtV. H.C. Xellis. Don't forget the place. Jocrkai Office, 114 MAIN STREET, PAINESVILLE, O. PLAIN AND FANCY MACHINE STITCHING DONE TO ORDEB. 45.97-lS ' 100,000 VALUABLE PRESENTS To be Distributed to the Agents and Patrons of the Cincinnati Weekly Times, The most Popular Family Newspaper published in the United Stales. This wei.i.-known paper is about culering the thirtkknth teas of its publication, under the most promising auspices. All the Popular Features that have heretofore distinguished it. will be continued, and every effort made to ren der it still more desei-vinsr of public favor. Its Editorials are spirited : its Correspondents extensive ; its News varied, and from every nuarterof the clohe : its Agricultural Denart'- ment full of practical information ; while its stories. Life Sketches, and Miscellanv. are adapted to both Young and Old ; and its Keporu of the Markets, of Live Stock, Grain, Groceries aud Iry Goods, are always the latest and most reliable. Every Patron o the. WEEKLY TIMES is pre sented, free of charge, with a copv of the I L LUSTIS ATEB UNYOS HANI-BOOK, an ele gantly printed voluinn of 100 scientillc and mis cellaneous articles, illustrated with fifty of the HHr3i cuin,iiij,n. it ntV HII1HIUB a VI AM run BE year loT-j. in vaiuo and attractiveness it ; suuerior to anv nreseut ever before ofiered hv newspaper publishers. iitKui t-uts aui.m is compensated for is services, either with an extra paper, a de irablo new Book. Gold Pen. Silver Ware. Mus ical Instrument, or a Silver or Gold Watch, ac- corditrg to the nnmper of subscribers sent. ir.riiHM Single Subscriber, per year , $S 00 Club of Five Subscribers, peryear, each.. . 1 75 Club of Ten and upward, per year, each. . . 1 &0 Send for List of Premiums. Specimen Copies, etc., to PUBLISHERS WEEKLY TIMES. Oi-tl-t CINCINNATI, OHIO. SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY A Serial Story By DB. HOLLAND. Xeto Story JSy SAJi K HOLM. A Lona Story From BllET HAUTE. BRIL LIANT ARRAY of CONTRIB UTORS. CLARENCE VO'JK On Furniture and Decoration. It. II. STOD- DAItu On Authors. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO NEW SI BSIfRBERS ; SOU Pages for $t U0 i Ac, Ac. The Publishers of Sckibsek's MOKTitLV. in their Prospectus just issued, promise for the en suing year a more brilliant arrav of contributors and au Increase in the variety a'nd beauty of its illustrations, already conce-led by the critics to ue "nuer tnan any wutcn nave nitnerto ap peared in any American magazine." Dr. Holland, the Editor, will write the serial story of the year,whteh will be autobiographical in iorm, ami will ue illustrated uy -Miss iiatlocK. It is entitled Arthur Bonnicastlk. and will deal with some of the most dinh-ult problems of AU1CI1WMI 1-llC. A ,tll, UU VU1M1UUUCCU IU UlU .November Number. There will be a new storv bv Saxe Holm, "The One Legged danckrs." Bret H arte, "the best writer of short stories now living." will contribute a characteristic story, entitled "The Kpic of Fiddi.etown," which will be illustrated by Sheppard. K. 11. STODDi.nu will write a series of entertaining paper about "Actbors, their Personal CHARACTERISTICS, HOME LIFE, FAMILIES. rHiKAiic, r ttixH, Ar.ii waxm. a series oi PORTRAITS OP LTFINO AMERICAS WRITERS," is also promised. Clarence Co k will write about " Fi'KMTrRK. and the Decoration of Ameuicax Homes." These oaners will be em inently practical as well as artistic, aud will be illustrated with desio-ns And sketches liv niimer. ous artists in addition to those which the writer himself will lurnlsh. Among those who will contribute are : Hans Andersen. Bryant Bush- nell, tggleston, iroude, Higginson, liislmp Huntington, liret narre, jonn nay, tt. ii. iuac douald. Mitchell, Miss Phelps, Steadman. Stock ton, Stoddard, Celia Thaxtcr, Warner, Wilkin son, Mrs. Whitney, besides a host of others. The editorial control and direction of the Mag azine will remain iu the hands of Dr. Holland who will continue to write " The Topics of the Times," which the N.Y. Independent says " are more wineiy quoted tnan any similar papers in any American magazine." Watson Gildkr ,,iii , , . ill. -ii.ii vAninni , iiiiin. 1 Prof. Jons C. Draper conducts the Department of" Xatcre and Science." The Departments of "Home and Society "and "Culture and Progress," will engage the contributions of more than a score of pens on both sides of the Atlantic, the watchman and jiefi.kctor says : "Scribners Monthly for September is bet ter than usual, which indicates a needless waste of editorial brains and Publisher's money, for the Magazine was good enough before ! " And yet the Publishers promise to make it still bet ter tor ine comtug year : i The Subscriution price is 64 OO a vcar. with special rates to Clergymen, Teachers and Post- matters, ine iotiowing uiMUtuiuAiti INDUCEMENTS are offered to new subscribers: For & 60 the Publishers will send, or any Book seller or Newspaper will supply, the Magazine for one year, and the twelve numbers of Vols. III. and IV., containing the beginning of Mrs. Oliphant's Serial, " At His Gates ;" for t 60, the Magazine for one year, and the 34 back numbers from the beginning ; for 10 SO, tbe Magazine for one year, and the 24 back numbers bound (4 vols) charges on bound vols. paid. This will give nearlv 5IXH1 pages of choice reading, with the fin est illustrations, for 10 50, or nearly auo pages lor adollar ! and will enable every subscriber to ob tain the series from the first. Special Terms to Dealers, Clergvmen and Xeacners. 60-81 SCKIBNEK & CO., 054 Broadway' N. T. Srs-i-m A TTSIS1 We have just issued A i.jim. U Strauss; Waltzes in Two Volumus, price 84 each in boards, 5 each in cloth. The Two vo'.nmns contain over Forty Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least $33 in sheet form. T71 4 wTkTTrTn7 In order ing from JL A "aa m. -Mj other dealers, be particular to ask for Petees' Epi tios of Strauss' Waltzes, as it is the only correct and complete edition. Adderss, J. L PETERS, Music -XT A TiTT 5 "F! S Publisher. No.599 M- etU MIA Broadway, Jf. Y. IM-81-S CC tier dav! Aa-cnts wanted ! O TO $aUJ All classes of working people, of cither sex, young or old, make more money at worit-ior u m uicir opnio uwiuruia, oral! tne time, tnan at any uuug ei&e. funic ulars free. Address G. Stinson & CoM Portland, Maine. WANTED ROOK AgmU for tbr Great Industries OF THE UNITED STATES : AN HISTORICAL SUMMARY OF THE ORIGIN, GROWTH AND PERFECTION OF THE CniEF INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF THIS COUNTRY. 1,300 PAGES AND 500 ENGRAVINGS Written by twenty Eminent Authors, including John B. Gotiffh, Leon Case, Edward Howland, Jos. B. Lyman, Rev, E. Edwin Hall. Horace Greeley, Philip Kipley, Albert Brisbane, F. B, Perkins. Etc.. Etc. THIS work is a complete history of all branches oi industry, processes of manufac ture, etc., in all ages. It Is a complete encyclo pedia of arts and manufactures, and is the most entertaining aud valuable work of information on subjects of general interest ever offered to th. public. It is adapted to the wants rof the Merchant, Manufacturer, Mechanic, Farmer, Student and Inventor, and sells to both old and yonng of all classes. The book is sold by agents, who are making large sales in all parts of tbe country. It is ottered at the low price of $8 GO, and is the cheapest book ever sold by subscription. No family should be without a copy. We want Agents in everv town of the Ucited States, and no Agent can 'fail to do well with this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our Agents the exclusive right ot territory. One of our agents sold one hundred and thirty-three copies in eight davs ; another sold three hundred and sixty eight iu two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold three hundred and ninety-seven in one week. Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt ot stamp. For circulars nnd terms to agents address the Publishers. . J. B. BURR & HYDE, Hartlord, Conn., 69-130-4 Chicago, 111., or Cincinnati, Ohio. HOWER & IIIGBEE OPENED THIS DAY One Case Reversible Ottoman , Shawls, very cheap, at $5 00. HOWER niGBEE. OPENED THIS DAY Ottoman Shawls very cheap, at S7 00, 8 60, and 10 00. HOWER & HIGliEE. OPENED THIS DAY One case Fpingline Brocades it SO ecu ts per yard, and One case Figured Tafatas, at S& cents per yard, only about half tneir Jirice. HOWER & HIGBEE. OPENED THIS DAY A large assortment of Tycoon Reps, In new styles. v IIOWF.R HIGHER. OPENED THIS DAY Ladies' Fischu Scarfs aud Ties, in baudsomo styles, and in all the new choice shades. UOWER HIGBEE. OPENED THIS DAY Black aud Colored Fringes, Passementeries, Trimmings Gimp and Fur Trimming:? Black and Colored Dress and Cloak Buttons, iu a great va riety of styles. HOWER & HIGBEE, 2,1S it- 240 SUPERIOR ST. CIsEVELAND, o., S7-89-01- DACCHY & CtX'S NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE GREAT Spntli American . J U It U B E B A , BLOOD PURIFIER. It i& not a phytic wlin-li may give teiutHtrarv relief lo the sufferer for the II rst few doses but which, from continued use briiurs Piles and kin dred diseases to aid iu weakening the invalid. useases to am iu weakening tne invuliil, it a doctored liquor, which, under tho pop ainc ol" "Milters," is so extensively palmed the public as sovereign remedies! but it is nor is ii nlarnan oil on the mi!i a moss poH t-r n i iuiiic ana uiiern tive, prououueed so by the leading medical authorities of Ixindou and Paris, and has been long used by the regular physicians of oilier couutries with wonderful remedial ro-"Us. 3DZR,- WELLS' Extract, of JuruDdOa , retains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to the plant and must be taken as a permanent curative agent. Is there tvant of action in your liv er nnd. spleen ! Unless relieved at ouce the blood becomes impure by deleterious secre tions, producing scrofulous or skin disease., Blotches, Felons, Pustules, anker. Pimples, etc. etc. Take Jurnbeba to cleanse, purify and re store the vitiated blood to healthy action. Hare you n dympeptic stomach ! Unless digestion is promptly a tiled tbe 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 imps it youthful vigor to the weary sufferer. Have you weakness of tne 1 n te II ilea! You are in danger of Chronic Diar-rba-aorthe dreadful Inflamation of the Bowels. Take it to allay irritation and ward off tend encv to inflammations. Have you weakness of V tie I'terine or Urinary Organs ( You must procure instant relief or you are liable to suffering worse than death. Take it to strengthen organic weakness or lilt; LHM-uuitrs n uurcitrii. Finally, it should be frequently taken to keep le svstem in perfect health or yon are other wise in great danger of malarial, miasmatic or coutaireous diseases. JOHN tl. KELLOGG. 18 Piatt St. New York, Sole Agent for the United States. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular. lfiw.60 mo THE WORKIMi CLASS, male or l lernaie. Si xtv dollars a week guaranteed. KesDcctahle emiiltivment at home, dav or even ing; no capital required; full instructions and valuable package of goods to start with sent free by mail. Address, with B cent return stamp. M. YOUNG & CO., 10 Courllaudt street, New York. 61 -WIS id o isna? Be deceived but lor roughs, colds, sore throat, hoarseness aud bronchial difficulties, use only f ELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. Worthless imitations are on the mark et, but the only scientillc preparation of Car bolic Acid for the Lung deseases is when chem ically combined with other well known reme dies, as in these tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using any other. In all cases of irritation of the mucous men brane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing and healing properties are astonishing. He warned, never neglect a cold, it is easi ly cured in its incipient state, when it becomes chronic the cure is exceediuglv diutcult, use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a specific JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New York, Sole Agent for United States. Price 25 cents a bos. Send for Circular. 66 bw DUTY OFF TEAS. Extra Inducements for Clubs. Send for New Club Circular, Whichcontains full explanations of Premiums, THE WAY TO OBTAI.Y OUR GOODS. Persons living at a distance from New York, can ctub toKcttier and get them at the samt) prices as we sell them at our warehouses in New York. In order to get up a clu's let each person wishiotf to join say how much ta he wants aul select the kimi and price tivm our price list, as IiuhlUhed in our circulars. Write the mime,, iinds, and amounts plainly on a list, and when the club is complete send it to ns by mail, aud we will put each party's goods is separate pack ages, and mark the name upon them, with the cost, so there need be no contusion in distribu tion eacn party getting exactly wnat ne oraers, and no more. The funds to nav for troods or dered, can be sent by draft on New York, loit Onice money orders, or by express. Or we will. ii aesireu, scua inejjooas or express, to "coitecc on delivery." 1 lie (ireat American 1 ea Lo. 31 and Box 5643, S3 VJEESET ST., 1058wJ A'ew For City. P.O. ijt iv h IWWv f. ttlvHM maioauu le EJmale, to introduce the GENUINE IMPKOV tZED COMMON SENSE SEWING MA- ECHINE. This machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider -lin the most superior manner. Price only &15 Fully licensed and warranted for live years. IW'e will pay $1,0U for any machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful , or a more elastic seam than ours. It makes the "Elas tic lock Stitch." Every second stitch can be r -cut., and still the cloth cannot he pulled S- 'auart without, tearing it. We pay agents 1 from $75 to 250 per month and expens IVies. or a commission from which twice that Jijamouut cau be made. Address SECOM1S & Deo, Boston Mass.: Pittsburgh, Pa.; Chicago, tj 111., or St. Louis, Mo. 4wtitt CPEAPFAOS! FREE HUMES! OS the line of the CKIONf PACIFIC BAIL ROAD. 12.000,000 acres of the best Farming and Mineral lands in America. 3,000,000 Acres in Nebraska, in the Platte Valley, now for sale. Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, for Grain growing and Stock Raising unsur passed hv any in the United States. Cheaper iu Price, more favorable terms given, and more convenient to market than can le found elsewhere. Free Homesteads for Actual Settlers The best location for Colonies Soldiers entit led to a Homestead of 1 60 Acres. Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet, with new maps, published in English, German. Swed ish and Daiiish,mailedfreecvervwbere. Address O. F. DAVIS, Land Coni'r U. P. B. K. Co., Omaha, Neb. 4w9 Ttea-Nectar. APure CMnese Tea '1 lie Itest 'l ea imported. Warranted to suit alt taxtefi. m Put up in our trade mark Ilalf-Pound and Pound Packages only, SO and 00 Pound Boxes. For sale at w nolesnle onlv by The Cwat Atlantic 4. Pacific Ten Co., P. O. Box 5MI6 New York t hy, 4w6 Agents wanted to canvass for the great combi nation TO-DAY The fireat Illustrated l'eople's Weekly, the best and cheapest paper published. Il0 Lt:tl lS and a corps ol'xogT popular aI'Thoh write excliihieelu for it We give a copy of the unparalleled chromo, " JlsT SO HIGH' to everv subscriber. Agents take from twenty nve to "thirtv names a daj-. No business pays like this. Send for terms ; and secure territory lm this great enterprise at once. MACLFAN, STODDAR1' & CO. Publishers, 177 West 4th SU Cincinnati, O. ' 4w6il A Great Offer ! Kill dispose of loo PI A SOS. JliO&i,0AS.aud VHGA.SS,ofsiJe first-class naixrs.including Wat ers' ,at very low prices for casts, or jxirt cask, and balance in small mnnthly instalment. -octave first-class PI A X OS, modern im provements, for s21 5 cash. -Vow? ready a COy CFSTO PAHLOR ijRGAX, the most beautiful style and frt-rfectUineeeer made. Illstratt.d Cat alogues mailed. Sheet Music and Music Merchan dise. 4w9 Tn-ilrlofe 1 Send stamp for IU'd Catalogue UUUUt!! E on jjmkling AJ.Bicksell Co., n Warren St., N. . 4w AGFTS ISOMETUIXG NEW, 6 salable s """""idcs.si-ll at sight. Catalogues 1ri .-.pnliine sample free. X. Y. il'i g Co artt- and g Co., Si W Alt t S.U Courtland St., N. V. 4WOV YOUNG MEN, TEACHEUS, LADIES and MIN ISTERS: Agents wanted in every county, for "Thb PEOri-E'sSTADA-D Bible.'' 550 illustra tions. Extra terms. Proieetus free. Zeigler A MoCurdv, 139 Race St. Cincinnati, Ohio. 4v9 LAIli:s A'ND lii:Vri.i;.llt;N, Agents wanted to sell Protean Button Hole Cutter, Soots-, Button Hole Worker, 50 cts-,: Needle Threading Thimble, 95cts.;Morocco Needle Book Suets., (6 large and 5 puiers small Needles). 15 per dav sure; sample free to any one at above price. c.Thokstqk ,t Co, 599 BroadwafjX.Y.4it aui:.t WAvrKO ton Prof. Fowler's Great "Work Oo Manhood, Womanhood, and their Mutual, Inter-relation; I-ove, Its Laws, Powers, etc. Send for secimon pastes and circular, with terms. Address NATION AL PUBLISHING Ct. Chicago,lU.Cincinnati,Uhio,orSt. Louis, Mo. 4tM L. A. POUTER Invites Attention to his 1'UnCIIASES of FALL His Stock of MEN'S, Y'OUTH'S, BOY'S, aud CHILDREN'S SUITS, OVERCOATS. PANTS au VESTS, etc In Mrmi M and FiVK Goods is r.ru select ed with great care, unusually well made, and will please all who waut a food artic le at price. Also a Complete stock of Hats. Cajts, and Mens Furnish in ii Goods, WILCOX BLOC K, 102 Main Street. Pai; ESVH.II, OHIO, Sep. SO, 1S7. 63-70-61 -S