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GENERAL DIRECTORY. STAID Ul t lCKKH. Governor, Edward F. Noyes; term expire? J miliar t , 174. ...... Lieutenant-Governor,.! aoob t ueller; term ti pirc January Secretary of State, Isaac Sherwood; term ex pires February 1jj3. . Treasurer ul State, Isaac eUh; term xpires F Auditor orlotate, James Williams; term ex pire February liiTO. Comptroller of Treasurer, W. Vi ilson; term expire February 134- . , " , , Attorney General, t rano IS. Pond; term ex pires February lft"i-l- Commissioner of Schools. Thomas W. Harvey; Term expires January 1S7S. Board of Public Works, Richard R. Tortor, term expires ltfiS: Phillip P. Herzing; term ex pires 1874;siephen R. llosiuer.terin expire Ib.j. C. S. Assessor, Joel Doolittle. omre over Holcomb si Gould's Tin shop, Main street. fOI STV Ot I HEBSt. Judge of Common Pleas, Judge of Probate, Count v Clerk, ttberiff, - Deputy Sheriff, Treasurer, Recorder, f rosecutmg Attorney, -Auditor, Coiuity Surveyor, County Commissioners, Coroner, - M. C CANF1ELD - ti. X. 'fCTTLE PtBBY IJOSWORTU . bAML'EL WIRE J. JI.LfcNJAMISi LA. CH1LD8 L EVERETT - A.L.TINEIR B. D. Chesney - E. HUNTINGTON 5 Simeon C. Hjckoe ArnerM.Pabxls Eli olds Jambs H. Taylor CITY OFFICERS. Mavor, Clerk, -Marshal. Councllmen, Street Commissioner, Justice! of the Peace, Infirmary Directors, Perrt Bosworth h. p. basfobd Frank QUANT (C. C. Paioe J. Jkbomb A. H. Garfield B. H. WOODMAX I 9. IV. liKAT I W. W. DisOLrr FRANKLIN ROGE. t lE. HCNTINOTCJ 5MILO Harris IS. Cavendish (S. T. Ladd JOHN MCCLELLAND (FRANKLIN ROGERS DEXTISIBY. MI.. WBIGIIT-IIESTISI. Chardon. Ohio. A. Lee's Drug Store, Main su, Painevillc, U. 104 Willi 41 II. IUWLEH, DENTIST, Milwaukee til-x-k, over Lockwood Broth ers' store. Painesville, Ohio. H MUSICAL. JJ. PKATT, DEALER IX ALL KINDS . of Musical lustrunients, Sheet Music, etc Jiain street, Painesville, Ohio. 104 GEORGE BI RT-BAND-MASTER OF the Iune.;ville Cornet Band. Instructions given on all kinds of Wind and Stringed Instru ments. Music arranged for any number or kinds i instrument". A duress P. O. Box 887, Paines fille. Ohio. ' 1U4 JTUUSMZUMtX. JOHN M HHVSGEK, DEALER IX Fl'HNirURK of all kinds, corner of Main aud St ate streets, over French's Grecery, Paines villerObio. Custom Work a specialty. 60 BATS, CAFS, Jte. J II. AVERT, DEALER IS HATS, CAPS, Furs, Trunks and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Moodey's old stand, 79 Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 10 BOOKS, c. MH. COLBY DEALER IX BOOKS, . stationery, Fancy Articles, Wall Paper, Etc, Etc, Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 104 PHOTOGRAPHY. FAZE. PHOTOGRAPHER AND WHOLE SALE Dealer in all kinds of Photographer's stock. Frames, Ac- at Clapsadel's old rooms, Main street. 104 HOTELS. STOCKWELL HOUSE, PAINESVILLE J ames Ccbbemt, Prop. Omnibus to olltrains BARJtERS. BREH9IE has the best BARBERSHOP , in town, without eaxxption. 87 Main st. 70 BOARD OF EDlCiTIOS. Miss AOCSTA Hawley, - - rrincipal Dr. H. C. Beardslze, - - ireslden IL P. Sasfobd, - - Secretary D. W. Mead, Geo. W. Steele, S.A.TI8DEL, A. L. TINKER. BOARD or tCHOOL EXAJIIXEUS. H. & Beordsley, John Cleoo. John W. Tyler TTntd mfwtinffi for examination of teachers at High School Building. Painesville, on the last Saturday in every month except July and Au gust, at 9 o'clock a. m. IL C. Beabdslet, President. JOBM W. Tyler, Clerk. AGENCIES. PETTIGELL,PATCM AGENT. me wiu oe 104 Txrli. Y All business entrusted to promptly attended to. ATTORNEYS. JOHN CAVES DISH Attorney at Law, Office Second Story Wilcox Block. 70 EHVHTITOTOX, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor at Law. Collections prompt ly attended to. Office, Moodcy's Block, Paines ville, Ohio. 104 CLOTHING. MERCHANT T Ai K. M. Fisher, Painesville, Ohio. 104 jir blacksore W LOR, in the Store lately occupied by POSTOFIICE. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. OFFICE HOURS : From7X A. M. to 7 P.M. Sundays IS M to 1 P. M. MAILS DEPABT i Going East, - 119 M. and 11:11P.M. Going West, - 68 A. M. and 59 P. M. Cleveland, (special) - - - :; Cbara,n, ------ S:U0 r. M. Middlaneld (Mondays and Tuesdays), 7:00 A. M. mails abbive: From East, - 6:38 A. M. and 5:9 P. M. From West, - - U:U M. and 11 :11P.M. Cleveland (special), - - - 6 KM P. M. Chardon, - - - - - - 8:30 A.M. Middleneld (Tuesdays and Fridays), 6:00 P. M. Letters should be left at the Pottoffice one HOUB BEFOBE MAILS SEPABT. . Letters will be ready for delivery ONI half HGCB after trains arrive, except mails received at night, which will be delivered next morning. Ttttars nlsed in the Outside Letter Box nn to y o'clock P. M. will be sent by the night mails. GEORGE E. PAINE, P. 31. Nor. 19, 1871. Laks Shore and Bllcsatram Ssuthern Railway PASSENGER TRAINS WILL RUN AS follows until further notice: GOING EAST. BOOK BliTDKBY. TWHITAKEBi BOOK BINDER AD a Blank Book Manufacturer, third floor, cor ner of Main and St Clair Sis. Painesville, O. 104 LUMBER. WOOD7IAV Sc BRANCH DEALERS in all kinds of Pine and Hemlock Lum ber, Shingles, Lath, Posts. Dressed Flooring Siding, to. Office 300 State su, Painesville, 0. 104 MEDICAL. At,. GARDNER III. . HOMEOA . PATH1ST and Surxeon. Office over Hoi- comb Gould's Hardware Store, No. 77 Main street, Painesville, Ohio. Office hours 7 to 9 A. M.-.3 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. Residence corner of Jackson and St. Clair streets. 104 HH. JACKSON, m. D., HOMEOPA- T HIST, Young's Block, Painesville, Ohio. Ooice hours 7to9A. M.,xto 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. Residence Stockwell House. 104 Til. I.17NE, 01. D. Office In Damon's j. Block. Kirtland. Ohio. Office hours from 7 a. m. to 19 M and from 1 to 6 P. M. A good stock of Drugs constantly on hand. Prescrip tions carefully compounded. 107 BOARlilXO. Atlantic Day Cinc'tti Special STATIONS. E xpress Express' Express X. V. Ex Cleveland . 7.45a.m. 11.05a.m. 4.05P.M. 10:20P.M. Willou'h'y 11.49a.m. Painesville 8.37a.m. ltfiiJ. SMr.ii. ll:llpjc. Madison... Geneva.. .. Ashtabula- 9.24a.m. 1S:4Sp.m. 60p.m. 11.59a.m. Girard 10.11a.m. l:39r.M. C.sOp.m i9:4oa.m Erie 10.40a.m. 8:10p.m. 7:1Up.m. 1.15.AM. GOING WEST. Sp'IChi Toledo Paciiic Steani statioms. cagoEx Express Express boat Ex Erie. 8.36a.m. 9.60a.m. 8:Sp.m. 1.05a.m. Ashtabula.. 4.61a.m. 11.41 A.M. &.-09P.M. S.67A.M. Geneva 19:)3p.m. 8J!3a.m. Madison.... 19:3p.m. Perry 12:48p.M. Painesville 6.41A.M. 13 p.m. 6:01p.m. 4.06a.m. Willou'h'y 1:80p.m. 4.83a.m. F.uclid 1:&4P.M. Cleveland.. 6.85A.M. g:2UP.M. 7X)p.M. B.90A.M BOARDING HOCSE, No. S04 State St. D. BENNETT, Proprietor. Large rooms, good accommodations, and not two minutes' " . . . .... , . on Waia iroill juaiu Hicct. w LOCAE ITEMS. Go west young man, go west. Tbb chestnut crop is nearly disposed of. Our Mayor has tbus far escaped the ep izootic. Home religious items another column. will be found in For the change In running time on the P. & Y. R.P. see table In another column. ASHTABULA ACCOMMODATION ' STOPS AT ALL STATIONS. L'v'sCleveland 4.90 p.m I Ar.at Ashtabula7.00p.m L'v's Ashtabula tt.45a.rn Ar.at Clcvel'nd 9.30a.m. This train going east passes Painesville at 6:36 P. M. Going west passes Painesville at 8:ue A. M. . . ERIE ACCOMMODATON. L'v's Cleveland 60a.m I L'v's Erie 4.05 p.m. Ar. at Erie 10.30 a m Ar.atClevel'nd ao5p.m- This train going west passes Painesville at 7:00 P. M. Going east passes Painesville at 7:38 A. 31. The Special Chicago Express runs daily except Monday. The 7:45 a, m. train from Cleveland and the 8:t0 p. m. train from Erie runs on Sundays. CHAS. FAIXE.Gen'1 Sup't. In another column will be found inter eating foreign and American corrrespond- ence. M. R. Doolittlb intends to reopen his auction rooms here about the fifteenth of next month, And now approacheth that most Amer ican ot institutions the old familiar Thanksgiving Pay. Pari nee vi He and loniiffstown Rail Road, Considering the number of newspa pers and reporters in town, gas ought to be cheap but it isn't. 1-J.ASSEXGER TRAINS WILL RUN AS JL follows until further notice: NORHTWARD. The horse disease has reached several of the towns around us, bnt not, we be lieve, inan aggravated form. PASS. PASS. FBT. STATIONS A.M. P.M. A.M. Leaves Chardon 70 4 0 10:80 " Clark's 7:12 4:13 10:60 " Little Mountain... 7:20 4:20 10:58 " Concord 7:24 4:24 11 " Viaduct. 7:36 4:36 11 At Arrives at Painesville 7:4u 4:40 11:35 Is there anything that more excites one's sj mpathy than the efforts of a me dium youth of five in learning to whistle? SOUTHWARD. PASS PASS. FBT. . STATIONS A.M. P.H. P.M, Leaves Painesville 9:00 6:00 2:00 " Viaduct 9:04 6:04 2:10 Concord 9:lfi 6:16 2:58 " Little Mountain . . 9:20 6:20 2:38 " Clark's :s 6:28 2:46 Arrives at Chardon 9:40 6:40 3:05 Practice of the manly art is becoming a favorite amusement and exercise with many of the young muscularites in town. Connects with Lake Shore Trains, East and West at 7:33 A. M., and at 4:59 and 6:00 P. M. J. C. SHARPLESS, Chief Engineer and Superintendent. Sow is the time foi fixing those gas pipes which, passing tnrougn exposca areas.are apt to become frozen during the winter. Building is being pusbeU rapidly tor- ward in order that structures under way may be safely enclosed before winter I fuirly sets in. c in stents. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH J. A Daly, Pastor. Services on Sunday at 10X A. M nnti 7P M. church Conference on Thurs day evening at "t o'clock. Bible Service, to which old and young are invited, at 12 o'clock M. Walter C Tisdel. Superintendent. ST. JAMESCHCRCH Reetor, Thomas B. Wells, 254 State street. Services 10K A. M. and 7X P. M. Sunday School at 12.V P. M. Horace Steele, Superintendent. M. E. CHURCH Youmaus, Pastor. Services everv Sabbath at WX A. M. and Hi r. M. Sabbath School meets at Wi P. M. E. S. Young, buperinieuueui. PAINESVILLE PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM A. G. Smith, Conductor. Miss L. Whitmore, Guar dian. Services sauoatn at lux A. si. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Pastor, J. W. In gram. Services at 10H A. M. and 7tf P. M. Sabbath School ot Vt)i V. M. V. D. Hyde, Superintendent, rrayor juceung on m nursaay evening at 1H o'ciocx. TITK HAPTIST CHURCn Pastor. E. A. Stone. v. M. am) P. M. Sabbath School at 1 M. C E. Brink, Superin tendent. Prayer Meeting every Thursday eve ning at ci o'ciock. ST. MARY'S CIU'RCII, (Catholic) John Tracer, A'astor. services every aunuay at o a. j-, 10 K A. M. and 'H P. M. Sunday School at 8 o'clock P. M. YOt XG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION- . Library Rooms 71 Main street Prayer Meet ing every Tuesday evening. SOCIETIES. Under the title of "Linaey-'Woolsey the Eev. Mr. Ingram will deliver the fifth of bis discourses to the young, to-morrow Sunday evening. As corroborative of the theorr that the horse disease is caused by a malaria in the atmosphere comes the fact of a proved prevalence of colds aud sore throats among the people throughout the country. While reading of the office of court jes ter 'our sarcastic triend remarks that the office had probably been abolished, of late, because of the immense competition which had rendered so many eligible for the position. We are requested to announce that on Friday evening next. Dr. Hyde, of Alle ghany College, will commence a series of lectures at College Hall, Willoughby de livering the opening lecture under the title of "Torch-bearing." Ova. market reports show that quite a brisk trade in certain kinds of food has sprung up since the appearance of the epi lootic. Orer a ton and a half of shorts were sold in one day, this week, at the store of the Painesville Mills. Whether the rumor that there is a reg ular band of burglars now in town, is true or not,there certainly is considerable petty thievery going on,and our citizens should guard against depredations whether per petrated by borne or foreign talent. The most noteworthy circumstance in connection with the "epizootic" in this place is that of an enthusiastic investiga tor who, since the outbreak of the disease, has been supping on welsh raribits in order to ascertain whether nightmares are subject to the contagion. The week has been generally cold and disagreeable with high winds and occa sional gusts of rain. On one or two after noons the sun has made its way from out the clouds but, as if discouraged by the prospect below, has quickly drawn around him again the veil of vapors. Saturday night was a very fair time for study of the different styles of drunks. Within the limit of two or three of the principal streets one could find all the va riations from the maudlin silly to the vi ciously ugly. Individualized items will be found in other places on this page. Apropot of the financial fact that "eggs are eggs," a certain young lady evidently labored under a misunderstanding when to a friend who remarked "Ob, Mary, I have got such a beautiful henery," she re plied, by saying, "Yos, I know, my dear, but 1 thought his name was Charles." THE Courts for 1873 are to be held as fol lows: District Court, April 25th; Common Pleas Court, Jan. 27th, May 19th, and November 8d. The District Court goes from her to Geauga and from there to Ash tabula. The Common Pleas visits Geauga first, then Lake and closes in Ashtabula. The cold and stormy weather which has so continually prevailed during the fall has considerably shortened the fishiug season. The fisheries at F airport, al though still running, are getting ready for their winter's rest as we judge from the fact that two pounds blown out by the re cent storm are not to be replaced this season. We publish elsewhere the advertisement of a new dancing academy to be opened here in Wilcox Hall by Prof. Mulllken of Cleveland. The Professor has the reputa tion of being an able teacher and with the assistance ot b.Is wife will undoubtedly furnish the very best of terpslchorian in struction. For terms etc., see the advertisement. Most of the vessel owners in this sec tion report their vessels as already with' drawn, or, as soon to be withdrawn and placed in winter quarters. Capt. Kilbourne informs us that there will probably be no celebration here, over the recent political victory, on account of the prevalence of the epizootic. There was a reported case of shooting, on Liberty Street, last Monday, but as nothing has been beard about it, probably the rumor was without foundation. Sneak thieves are reported as making raids in some of the portions of the town farthest removed from the business cen ter. Keep your front doors locked. MASONIC. TEMPLE LODGE, No. 23, F. and A. M. Pninns ville. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays 1. . II. . ..: . 1. , 1' S. PAINESVILLE CHAPTER, No. 48. R. A. M Meets the first and third Thursdays in each month. E. W. Kelly. M. E. 11. P. VAIVcaril.l.lS COCXCIL. No. 23. Rovnl nnrl Select Masters. Meets Fridays after the first Thursday in each moutn. j. ju, iienjn,mn,'i. I. G. CiMrT7GHBY LODGE. No. 802. F. and A. M Willotigbbv. Stated Communications on the second and Toiirth Tuesdays in each month. W. II. Turner, W. M. - LAKE SHORE LODGE, No. 807. Madison. Stated Communications every second and fourth Saturdays of each mouth. M. O. VriKtnn. V . M. PAINESVILLE LODGE, No. 412. Meets on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, E. W. Kelly, W . M. I. O. O. F. CORNUCOPI A LODG E, No. 212. meets Tuesday evenings. Officers S. Andrews, N. G.t A . Doran, V. G.: J. Wilson, R. S.; C O. Child, p. a.; D. w . Mead, Treas. UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. 46, meets every alternate Wednesday evening. Officers L. r arris, c. P.: vv. Doran. H. P.: II. K. Morsu. R. V.; C. B Wlnehcll, .1. W.; C. O. Child, acriue: u. w . jieaii. i reas. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AND still croquet has chsxms for its en thusiastic followers and despite storm and cold the click of balls comes from across the street with every passing breeze. The authorities have put men at work on the Park and its appearance is much improved by the removal of the dead leaves and other debris of the season. The staid and noble ox, now treads our streets and the "whoa, haw, gee." of the farmer boy falls, like half-forgotten strains from some familiar air, upon the ear of the "oldest inhabitant." There were but two criminal cases be fore the Probate Court at its session for this month that of Thomas Ryan charged with Bigamy and that of John Myers, James Myers and John Myers, son of James Myers, for riot. In both cases the defendants were bound over for appear ance at the next term of the Court of Com mon Pleas. During the past week the following marriage licenses have been applied for and issued: ' Joseph Holmes and Miss Ellen Can- field. Reuben Harmon and Miss Caroline A. Parker. Wright W. Smith and Miss Amelia M. Baker. A drunken rough, whose name we did not learn, on Saturday last, insisted upon uttering bis obscene profanity in the pres ence of ladies, at the Depot, and was very properly and very neatly knocked down by Flood, who drives the omnibus for the Stockwell House. We might add that the brute felt the force of Flood's argument so fully that he failed to put in any further appearance. .Naturally people must have some place where they can deposit their ashes, but that does not, by any means, prove that the public street is such needed spot. Besides, the attention of those who are in the habit of doing this, is called to the tact that there is an ordinance in force, ex pressly prohibiting tbe throwing of ashes, ecals, or other refuse into any public high way or alley. As the authorities intend to enforce the observance of this ordi nance, it may save trouble if this an nouncement of its existence is duly re' membered and its warning heeded. Chas. Lorenzex and William Carle, two bummers lately arrived in town, took in too much whisky last Monday and be' cameoffensivly quarrelsome. One of them had a knife and the other a revolver which, although probably they had neither tbe courage nor the desire to use, tbey were nevertheless nourishing around in a very careless and useless manner. The result was that they were finally arrested in the PostotBce by officers Quant and Roe, and, on the following day, appearing before Mayor Bosworth, they were fined respectively $15 and costs. One of them paid but the other being without funds or friends was remanded to jail. r Literary Clnfc. One week ago last Friday evening the association known as tbe Painesville Lit erary Club, held its first meeting of this season at the rooms oftuefY. M. C. A. The audience in attendance was fair in point of numbers and it may be considered as a flattering mark of the interest felt in the association that any at all were present for ex perience has shown that generally but meager gatherings can be secured here for literary purposes. The prospects of the Club, for the season are very flattering and the roll shows the addition of many new names; so that there is every reason to anticipate that tbe meetings this year will be even more pleasant than those of last season . We trust that every encouragement will be given the Association and that they will meet with such help as will serve to make the institution a permanent one. - Tremain's Exhibition. For six evenings, commencing on Fri day of last week, there has been on exhi bition at Childs Hall, a series of photo graphic representations of foreign and American scenes, which the large num bers in attendance each evening have proven to have been thoroughly enjoyed by our citizens. ... The scenes were taken, ot course, from life and being thrown directly from the negative' upon a canvas by means of a strong lens, appeared with all the vivid ness of stereoscopic views and with a fidelity to nature which could be secured In no other way. The representations were very full and embraced prominent cities, historical points and celebrated statuary from every part of the world. In photographic execution tbe scenes were excellent and taken altogether the enter tainment was one which we feel confident will receive abundant patronage wherever it may go, and Mr.Treinaln, the proprietor, being very pleasant and very much of a gentieman,;deserves all the success that may attend him. ' The Prize Flag. At the request of sereral of our readers we republish this week the following ta ble, which gives in detail the percentage of the Republican vote on tbe 5th inst-, to gether with the losses and gains. It will be seen that only two townships made any gain at all and that of these two Madison took tbe flag by an increased ratio ot 1,91: 1868. 1872. gain. loss, per ct. per ct. per ct. per ct. Concord 76.63 77.56 00.83 Kirtland 81.56 71.31 10.25 LeRov 77.51 76.70 00.81 Madison 87.57 80.48 01,91 Mentor 81.02 79.42 01.60 Painesville 72.24 fri.Tl 03.53 Perry S4.1G 83.08 01.98 WillonghbT .. 70.85 67.47 03.38 Hippoflnenza. During the week the prevailing borse disease has continued to spread and now not only the animals In the town itself but throughout the country are laboring along in various stage s ot the affliction. Undoubtedly the cold wet weather which we have bad has done much to in crease not only tbe prevalence but also tbe virulence of the distemper and to the same cause may also be set down the slowness of recovery, now as compared with cases earlier in the season. The more the disease and its peculi arities become known, the more it seems to be apparent that care is the ereat rem edy and that with proper stabling and reeding there is but little danger of a fatal termination in even the worst instances. In town the stables still remain closed and it is simply impossible to obtain a horse for any purpose whatever .One ef the omnlbusses has been withdrawn,althon;h the other has been able to make its regular trips. Among private horses the disease has spread until much inconvenience is experienced in finding means to convey merchandise and goods to or from the pla ces ot business. In some instances oxen are being employed and in a few cases the employees have brought into requisi tion wheelbarrows and carts to overcome the lack; The prospect is Judging from the experi ence of other places, it will be some weeks yet before we shall be free from the scourge and there is, therefore, nothing but patience left to soften the situation. Trade is of course materially affected, tor farmers cannot, even it they would, come to town and produce and general mer chandise alike feel the "pressure." As a general thing, the horse-men all. report their patients as doing well and as yet we have heard of no fatal cases. The decoration and rearrangement of Moody's Halt continues to be carried on, and wo are told that both the theatre and the actors wili be ready for their first 'piece" in about three weeks. WE arc under obligations- to Frank Wilder, Esq., for copies of Boston papers containing much fuller reports of the great fire than could be obtained through the telegraphic columns of our dailies. GROCERS. ME.. ROOT DEALER IN GROCERIES, Provisions, Fruit, Confectioneries, c. &a Alain sireei, .rainusvu le, imiu. mi T II TATfLOK, Jr., DEALERIN GRO- . 1 . CERIES AND PROVISIONS of all kinds Cash paid for Butter and Eggs and nil kinds of Produce. Best of t lour and Teas kept constant ly on hand. No. 139 State street, Painesville, unio. o BANTZER BROS General Wholesale and Retail dealers in Flour, Feed, Grain , and ProvUlons,No.l63 State st-, Painesville, 0,97 No clue has yet been obtained to the burglars who blew open the safe in the store of Dickinson and Allen, although, from yariousreasons,it is believed the,"op eralors" were roughs living In town. Clerks and junior partners may now be seen, developing their muscle and at tending to the demands of business at one aud the same time, deliving goods by means of the two-wheeled band cart or wheelbarrow. The prevalence of the horse disease has been most felt in consequence of the en forced scarcity of wood. For several days none whatever has been brought in and the one or two loads hauled immediately before were sold for such exhorbitant prices as to be entirely beyond the reach of ordinary mortals. In one instance a load of stove wood was sold for seven dol lars the driver having several times re fused offers of six and a half. The result is that as "'tis an ill wind th.tt blows no body good," so the coal dealers are filled with orders and many who have never done so before are now exchanging wood for coal stoves. We have received the following circular from C. A. Vaughn, Secretary of the Vol untcers' Free Homestead Colony : In compliance wtih a resolution, passed at a regular meeting of the "Volunteers' Free Homestead Colony," on Saturday evening last, I hereby notify you that On Saturday next, Nov. 16th, at one o'clock P. M., your representatives, who for the past four or five weqks have been in the west looking for a desirable looatiou. will make tbeir report. It is of the greatest im portance that vou be present. You are also requested to notify your friends and neighbors, or any one who is contemplat ing going est, and to extend them a hearty invitation to be present at this meeting and unite with the Colony. The ineetinir will be held in the Grand Army Hall, Geneva, Ohio. In these days of tremendous conflagra tions it is especially necessary for ono to examine well the security offered by in surance companies and to learn to know and understand their standing and value as safeguards against loss. Among the many companies, which, notwithstanding the stock of Chicago aud Boston, still offer indemnity and protection to property,, the Watertown of Watertown, New York, stands enviably promiuent. Confining its risks within the safest limits, its business is carried on with a care .and a regard for the interests of its patrons that commend it to every one. We cordially recommend it to all in need of good insurance and re fer our readers to the advertisement of its agent, II. C, Durand, Esq., which may be found in another column. . With the Autumn Leaves. As winter's icy hand is laid alike on tender flower and sturdy tree, on clinging vine and forest king, compelling homage to bis power .from all .wide nature so Death draws no dividing line, but visits young as well as old and bids us mourn for those before whom lite's vistas are opening fair and bright no less than for those to whom the coming of the Sombre Monarch has lost all terror because for them has been fulfilled the allotted three score years and ten. But as we look. through life, for the retnrn of all the beau ties buried for a time beneath the snows of winter, so, through faith, is triven the power to look for the resurrection of all our loved ones into that land of eternal pence and to feel that they are not lost but gone before. And from this comes one's only consolation as is announced with saddened heart the simple paragraph that tells so much of sorrow: Died. ITAKVF.B n XTn- 11.1, ,ft ,, . . Allice G., eldest daughter of Daniel, Jr. "and" .ziaucy i. vy arner, aetat 24. in passing inrouga lire's pilgrimage one finds but with a rareness that marks each as a treasure-trove those to whom the heart is drawn instinctively as embody. ing all of purity and loveliness that is vouchsafed to those who dwell on earth. And such an one was tbe deceased. She had but few acquaintances,for all were friends. A tender, loving daughter a kind, de voted sister a true and faithful compan ion an humble and consistent Christain her death came as a sharp and sudden blow, for which herloveable qualities had only rendered all, the more unprepared. In these the hours of their first deep grief it were idle to offer words of con solation, that must seem as little better than empty sound to either mourning friends, sorrowing family or him, to whom within one short month a troth for lire was to have been plighted. But when tbe first sharp pang shall have passed away there will come with softening mem ories the recollection that to them was extended the deepest sympathy of an en tire community. The funeral services took plaee from the residence, on Wednesday last. A3IOXG OCR NEIGHBORS. No new cases of horse disease have been reported, and thin may indicate that nei ther of the two esses reported were the blpporninera unite an Interesting ex periment was tried at Niuirod Furnace on triday. lucre are quite a number of large salamanders there, which contain n considerable amount of iron. But ns they could not be broken by anv means known to the owners, they have been supposed to De useless, uui riaay , nowever, Mr. J no, A Biglow maae some experiments with the new explosive "oualin" for which he is agent, and it was found that by laving a quantity of "qualin" on the top of the stone, sun epiouing ii iiy an eciectric battery the salamander could easily bo oroKen. j.ne uiscuvery win mage it pos sible to obtain quite a quantity ofenod iron in this valley that bad been hitherto supposed to be useless. Mahoning Htg ister. ' Laid on our table, by C. P. Ball, the biggest potato yet, of a new variety, the "Shaker Russett," and weighs two pounds and five ounces. .-. Mr. Alonzo Pease, ol Huinbdcii, is ahead in the sheep business, lie started out in the spring with 20 sheep; initio fall following he bad 41. and hud sold sboep and wool to the amount of $147,00, and all from the original flock of 2u. iexu. . . .on lDursutiy, uct. aist, JM. V. and F, A. Whitney dtiir three-fourths of 1111 acre of potatoes in an hour and a half. Some of tbo largest potatoes weigh ing one pouna anu a imit 0:1c 11, some hills having as many as one hundred in enca 11111, having nrty bushels on the piece We cull thut nretty good. Western Jie serve 2Vme (Cbardou.j A protracted meeting is now in nrocniRs nt the Disciple Church in this place, con ducted by Elder Baxter, of Now Lisbon, assisted by Prof. Haydeu. Elder Baxter is one of the ablest and most popular o Disciple ministers, and commends bimself to all classes of bearers by tbe candor and fairness with which be treats his subjects. The meeting is already developing cousid esable interest. Guauga Democrat. C apt. U. A. Tuttle goes one better on Upson's big potato. He hands us one of his own raising which weighs two pounds and one ounce Mrs. S. S. HibbarU. on the "Lawton place," west of Geneva, fell from the back steps 01 ner residence ana broke one of her legs below the knee. We learn that the lady lay in a disabled con dition for some time before assistance was rendered Men played horse in Ge neva last week, in accordance with tbe fashion of the times. The daughter of Mr. J. Stow desiring to take the cars, some men from tbe shop took a ouirifv tram 1 til ler's stable and drew the lady to the depot in gallant style The meeting of the Ge neva Musical Association at the Baptist Church, on Monday evening; was largely attended most of the singers of the town being present. Mrs. S. F. Hingley was chosen chairman, "when the following named officers of the Association were elected: S. F. Higley, Presdent; D. L. Austin, Conductor for the season; w. E. Proctor, Treasurer, and E. D. Tnrner.Sec- retary The cheese Factory of Mr. O. Pope, soutn or c monviiie, ana just over the town line in Madison, took fire from some cause unknown and burned down early Sunday morning. Mr. Pope's daugh ter discovered the fire about 3 o'clock, at which time the entire structure was in flames, and it was impossible to enter it. There was in the building, tbe fix tures and implements usually in a first class factory and 5,000 pounds of cheese belonging to the patrons, all of which was burned, together with the books of tbe company. In fact everything was burned up clean. The loss is estimated at $3,000. Insured to the amount of $7,000. Geneva 1 imes. For Dress Goods, go to P. Pratt & Co. Go to P.Pratt Co.for Brown and bleach ed Cotton, They have the largest stock in town. Tbe largest stock of Carpets and Oil Cloths in Lake Co. at P. Pratt 4 Co's. Full line of Water-Proof Cloaking, at P. Pratt A Co's. If you want a good suit of clothes gotten up in style and Cheap, go to P. Pratt & Co. Immense stock of Black Alpacas, just received P. Pratt & Co. The largest and best selected stock of Shawls in town at P. Pratt & Co's. 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 atT. S. Paddock's No. 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. 63 Ladies' Furs in every style and every price, from tbe most costly set down to tbe cheapest, can always be found in endless varieties at T. S. Paddock's, 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. 63 Hats, Caps, Gloves and Furs, in 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. 63 If you have not been to trade with me, just call and see one who can sell goods for just what they are and give people the worth of their money. 69-2 T. P. White. Those desiring any and every variety of Plain and Fancy. Job Printing, will find it to their advantage to call at the Jour nal Job Office before closing a bargain elsewhere. With a full line of material and a corps of competent workmen, the proprietors feel safe in guaranteeing satis faction in every instance. 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 Committee men and others having charge of Political Demonstrations, can procure Illuminating Lanterns from the Chinese Lantern Manufactory, of Feath- erstone & Co., Cleveland. Their manu factory is running day and night employ' ing over one hundred hands, making up wards of two thousand per hour, of a hun dred different styles. Their manufactory is the most extensive of the kind in Amer- . 71-1 &5,0O Reward. Somewhere on Main street or the Park a gold badge set with jet. The body of the pin is composed of the two Greek let ters 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. Messrs Jas. W. Carson & Co., 267 Supe rior St., Cleveland, Ohio, call the atten tion of the people of this city, to the very large assortment of boys and youths ready made clothing, which they are offering at low prices ; also a full stock of mens' busi ness and dress suits, ready made, equal to custom work. This house make a sped ality ot ready made overcoats, in all grades from the lowest to the highest prices. We believe it is cheaper and easier to get your supply of clothing in this way, than in any other. Remember that we otter the largest stock in the city, from which to se lect, and respectfully invite inspection of the same. Jas. W. Carson & Co. 63-13. .UARB1ED Smith Baker On Nov. 13th, by L. Andrews, Wright W. smith to Amelia M. Baker. Habmon Pabeer In Mentor, at the residence of the bride's father, Nov. 13th. by J. W. Ing ram, of this city, Mr. Ruben Harmon and Miss Carrie A. Parker, both of Mentor. The happy pair started on their wedding tour, east. Wed nesday morning, Nov. 14th. DIED. COURTRIGHT.- In Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 31st, Nellie B. infant daughter of Thomas and Merscna Courtright, formerly of this place. R'KER At his resldeuce in Painesville, on Monday, Nov. 11th, 1872, Henry Riker, actat 81. FINANCIAE. MONETARY. Journ al Office, Nov. 15, 1872. The condition of tbo local money market is essentially the same as at our last report. De mands for discounts are heavy and the banks are poorly supplied with currency and obliged to confine their favors within very narrow limits. Deposits are rather light yet. It is a fact that the money market here has as yet, experienced no perceptible shock, resulting from the Boston fire, and as affairs are in very much the same condition throughout the country as before the excitement, there is good reason to hope that the effect will be less serious than was at once feared. In tbe east there has been no marked change. The following are the closing prices for Coin and Securities: Buying Selling J14U 114 Gold Silver large 107 Sliver small 105 Sixeslof 1HS1 coup 1161J Five-Twenties (1WS4) ex-coup Five-Twenties (lfM) ex-cou.p .... lliu Five-Twenties (1865) ex-cou. (old). 112-s; Five-Twenties (lHK5)ex-coup(new) .114 Five-Twenties (1867) coup Five-Twenties (1MB8) coup 114Si Ten -Forties ex-coup 108 STOCKS. Canton 104 Western Union 77if Quicksilver 4X Adams' Express... 04?i Wells Fargo Ex.. 87 Amer. Mor. Union, 69 uniteii mute tx.. l Pacific Mail N. Y. Central Erie do. preferrod.. Harlem do preferred. . . Michigan Cont... Clcvc. 4 Pitts North Western . . . do preferred.. St. Paul do preferred . . . Hartford a Erie.. 87;, . 49i :r, .145 .114 . 88 . 84 . BUS' . 53l . 74 I0H 107S 117V 11X 1121. 113V 114V 115 V 115. 108 Rock Island 107!,- New Jersey Cent. 101 COMMERCIAL. Wabash, do. prelcrred . t Wayne . 70 . H 93 15 135 lo7', ll'J 44 'j !S9 Foit Terre Haute do preferred. . Chi. ft Alton ... do preferred Ohio.i Miss.... C. C. C. I uurrn guincy. w Lako Shore 88,' Indiana Central.. 31 S Illinois Central... ISO Union Paciiic SW Cent. Pac Bonds.. 100 Union Bonds 87V Del.a Luckaw'a.. 90; PAIGES VI I.L.E MARKET. Journal Office, Nov. 156 P. M. Business from day to day is very quiet, and there is nothing in tbe present state of the mar kets requiring particular comment. The grain market is entirely unchanged since our last report. Corn and oats are particularly dulL In mill feed and meal the trade is better than last week, and shorts, in particular, are beginning to move off more rapidly. This is owing, in part, to the prevailing sickness among horses, that kind of feed being particularly adapted for animals in that condition. Buckwheat flour has come into market and is having a lively run ; the price Is very firm, but not higher than at this time last year, the ten dency however is to higher figures for there is a scarcity of this kind of grain throughout tbe country. Buying. XX Spring Wneat Flour ,Y. sea vt inter do . XXX Amber do . XXX White . do . Rye do .. Graham Flour pet bbl Buckwheat Flour ner bbl Corn Meal. 28.00 ton 1 69 Shorts.... 24.00 tton ISO Chop Feed, 26.00 ftton 105 3 49 Selling. 6 75 8 00 9 00 10 50 6 50 900 10 00 45 UVU . VU, ..... . . . . . . No. 1 Mackerel, per a bbl. .- aol 1 v, mte r isn, per s ddi. No. 1 Trout, ner K bbl - Potatoes vv nite neat. 1 50 Red Wheat 1 35 Buckwheat 90 Rve 65 Corn, shelled 53 uorn, ear, 01a, ftiums 03 Old Oats, 85 ew - 3)! Butter 30 Lard. .- 9 Cheese 14 Tallow ... 7 Chickens, ID 12 xiams. ........ ........ it, Shoulders 10 DressedHoirs J5 00 Beef. 5 006 00 Eggs..... as Beans ...1 95 00 Dried Apples 4 Hay ..,.10 09 18 00 6 60 5 40 75 1 00 1 50 1 00 65 45 40 35 IS 15 8 IS 17 1X 3 S5 6 Western Reserve Cheese market. The following are billing prices of dealers up on orders, prices paid by the same to producers being from lc to 1J4C lower. Wbllinoton. Billinor n rices of factorv are ranging from 14) to 15c. Dealers are paying 14c for the same boxed, but factorymen are gener ally unwilling to accept this price, and receipts are still light. Hudson Tbe cheese market at this point is quiet. We quote billing prices 14fc15Xc, bnt our factory men are asking 14 to 15 cts for Sep tember cheese and October makes, bnt buyers are rather shy at those prices. Butter 85c Solos Notwithstanding the recent slight ad vance in cheese, the ''dead-lock" still continues. There is still a variance between the factory men and the buyers ; tbe latter do not feel like making purchases beyond supplying the present necessities of their trade, expecting to purchase tbe cheese before the season is over at less money. We quote paying Vi&13 : billing 14(0 14X. Ravenna. The cheese market is inactive and without excitement Orders are pretty fairly kept up, but there is no pressure. Dealers pay 13 to 14c Billing prices range froml4tol4Xc Auboba. Marketvery quietanddull. Cheese cannot be bought of factory men at prices that win pay to snip on consignment or uu oraers. We consider the market in a very unsatisfactory state, with prices nominally the same, l&X to 14c, billing prices. WOOL MARKET. The question of the last few days hot been, bow much wool was destroyed by the fire in Boston, and what effect will this event have up on the values of this staple throughout the country. The reports from various quarters are very conflicting; while some estimate the loss at fully 8,000,000 of pounds, others maintain that not over 2,000,000 pounds were destroyed. The question has fallen into the bands of those omni present and ever-contending powers, the 'bears' and 'bulls,' and honest men with interests at stake, equally vital, must await the develop ments of time, or decide the question for them selves according to the comparative strength of the parties dilligently at work for their own in terests Throughout the country the bear's have evidently the advantage, and the susceptible element of prices has shown evidence of sym pathy with the theory that a sufficient amount of wool was destroyed in this great centre to render active steps necessary to supply the loss, and have consequently assumed to themselves more firmness and takes a step upward. At this distance from the 'bone of contention' it is is manifestly unwise to presume to arbitrate be tween the two parties. The sense of on article purporting to be the substance of an interview of a Herald reporter with several prominent wool dealers, is to the effect that the amount of wool destroyed will not exceed 8,000,000 pounds, and that the effect upon tbe supply will not be such as to materially change the position of values as already established. . 9 95 I 75g '.'.'.'.'.1 75 8 i....8 OOia 8 60 CLEVELAND JTXABKETS. Cleveland. O., Nov. 15, 1S7S. In butter, except for fine grades the market has been dull during the past week. The diffi culty of removing lots to railroads has deterred shippers from making any advance, and aside from the demands of local dealers, there has been n abundance of opportunities to sell . From the latter source, tbe market has secured an active inquiry for those qualities which are fitted for table use, and as the chief reliance was neces -sarily placed upon shipments to commission houses, farmers having preferred to keep aloof from the city with their teams for the present, the supply of fine qualities has been less than the demand, and holders have obtained full prices. The past week has been a very discouraging one for all who expected to see more activity in the cheese market, It must be admitted that each day has increased the dullness, and that prices have grown weaker, without, however, any positive decline. During the interval nnder review, there hat been scarcely any cheese re ceived in this market from factories, but orders have fallen off, and stocks remain sufficient for immediate use. although very light. There seems to be no fear or reasonable expectations of a decline in tbe value of cheese, while In the hands of dealers, and at the same time there is little to encourage hope of an advance. In the general produce and provision market we quote as follows : Flour. The market is steady with a fair demand. Citv made XXX White... ,XX Amber. " XX Red No. I X lied No. g Country made XX White " XX Red and Amber. " X Red 5 7.VS R ss Spring . 6 75 7 60 Rye Flock The market is quiet and steady. We quote 5 00 to 5 50. Bjckwhi AT Four The stock is still light, and the demand is fair at 8 60 to 8 75. Mill Feed The market is quiet. We quote: Shorts 16 00; coarse middlings 18 00; second fine do 9000; fine 24 00. Wheat Market improved. No. 1 red winter held at 1 55; sale of one car No. 9 do. at 1 42. Corn Market steady. Low mixed, fresh re ceipts held at 46c and high mixed at 47c; old ears, on track, at 38c Oats Steady and firm. Sales of two cars No. 1 new, at 31c; No. 2 held at 31c; old, 81 to 33c RTI Demand 1 lght and few sales." Trices are standing nominally at 85c for No. 2; sad To to 75c for No. 1 State. Barley The market is dull and nominal at 75c to 1 00 for western ; and 85o for prime Canada. Pore Market active and firm. Heavy mess per bbl. 15 U0; short mess per bbl. 14 60 to 14 75; extra short clear per bbl. 16 00 to 17 00; long clear 16 00; rumps per bbl. 12 00. Lard The demand is fair at 9c for city-rendered in kegs; 9c do. in tierces; country-rendered -H to 8c. Smoeid meats The market is active and prices firm. City sugar-cured bams, canvassed, U I ehAiilitnc .1 1 ....... I- f . V. V to'lOc: dried beef, canvassed, IS to loc; bee tongues, duu per uozen. Beef prices are firm and demand active at 11 oo tor extra mess Butter Market fairly active. Strictly choice firm at 25 to 27c; fair to good 20 to 23c; inferior 4uaiii.ies ranging at IV to IXC Cheese The market is dull and weak with little trade doing. Orders for good lots are filled at ic, cuoice selections ac toe in a small way. Egos prices irregular. Fresh S3 to Soc; pick led 25 to 26c. POULTRY The market is dull and weak with little trade doing. Live chickens 8 to lie: dressed ii toiac: live turkeys n toiac: dressed 14 to 15c live ducks 3 5o to 4 oo per dozen. . Potatoes Prices are firm owinir to the ad. vance iu dravage. Peach Blows are selling at 68 to6oc in car lots on track, and at 7oc from store; wuici ,njii7iji.a utiii mm nominal. Sweet potatoes Jersey and southern are selling 5 oo per bbl. Salt In good request and prices firm. Coarse iiuwi uu pur out. Prof. Mulliken's DANCING ACADEMY, "VrTILL open Thursday, Nov. 91st, 7:3o P. M., W at Wilcox Hall. All the late and fash ionable Dances taught, and a variety of Fancy Dances for children. 71-73-1 HVew Coal Yard! XTTE have opened a Coal Yard at the Paines YV ville and Youngstown Railroad Depot, Richmond street, and shall keep on hand the best qualities of Soft Coal. For sale by the ton or car load at lowest prices. 63-115-1 R. McCormice & Co., Agents. Watertowk, N. T., Nov. 11, 1872. To H. C. Dcband, Agent, Painesville, O. The Watertowk Fire Insurance Compant, has no losses in Boston. Assetts over $43o,ooo Charles H. Waite, Gen'l Agt. THIS second large conflagration is one more link in the chain of evidence that the Wat ertown, confining Ms business as it does, to Private Residences and Farm Propertv risks, is the Safest Company in which to insure your Homestead. Office 71-78-2 Ik Wilcox Block, Up Stairs. C. DfTRAIfD, Asjent. WISHARrS PINE TREE TAR CORDIAIi, Nature's Great Remedy FOR THE Throat and Lungs. HARD WARE! The uudertiigned offer to Dealers and Custom ers at lowest rates, BUILDERS HARDWARE, MACHAXrCS TOOLS, TlXNERS STOCK. ALSO. Carriage and Harness Makers Goods. Geo W. WorthixLgton Sc Co. Nos. 90 92 WATER STREET, OLEVBLA2TD, O. T74-3 ril gratifying tons to imform the public that Dr. L. O. C Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cor dial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has gained an enviable reputation from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast, and from thence to some of the first families in Europe, not through the press alone, but by persons throughout the States ac tually benefitted and cured at his office. While be publishes less, so say onr reporters, he is unable to supply the demand. It gains and holds a reputation r irst. rtot Dy stopping cough, but by loosen -insr and assisting nature to throw ofr the un healthy matter collected about the throat and bronchial tubes,AcA causes irritation. second, it removes the cause of irritation (which produces cough) of the mucous membrane and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs to act and throw eff the unhealthy secretions, and nuHnna the blood. Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac andoDiam.of which most throat and innc reme dies are composed, which allay cough oulv, and disorganize the stomach. It has a toothing ef- lecton tne stomacn, acts on the liver and kid neys, and lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching to every part of the system, and in its invigorating and purifying effects it has gained a reputation which it must hold above all others UDtnemaraes. The Pine i Tree Tar Cortlial, Ctreat American Dyspepsia Pills, AND - Worm, Sugar Drops Being nnder my immediate direction, they shall Inc. ... , . : .. nn.llM 1 .1 use of cheap and impure articles. HENRY R. WISHAB.T, PROPRIETOR. FREE OF CHARGE. Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart's Office Parlors are onen on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 a. m. toon, m., xor consultation dv ur. wni. a. Magee. With him are associated two consulting physicians of acknowledged ability. This op portunity is not offered by any other institu tion in the city. All letters mast be addressed tm L Q. C. WISHART, I D, No. 232 N. SECOND ST., J. Mansfield & Co., 52 PnbHo Square. CLEVELAXD, - OHIO, Keep a Full Stock of O LOTH 1 1ST Or ! FOB MEN, YOUTH, AND BOYS, - In Quality and Style we are not surpassed. Our fries "are Low. We have One Price. ' We Pay Return Fare if the individual buys to tbe amount of (20. - Fair Dealing is our Motto. 63754 Deckand & Englehart, FASHIONABLE Hatters & Furriers Silk Hats, Caps, and Ladies Fine Dress Furs Made to Order on short notice. A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF .FALL, STYLES OF HATS and CAPS, For Cents' and Youths' wear. We use tho Celebrated FRENCH CONFORM. ATECR in Fitting Gents Sile Hats 154 Superior Streeet, Opp. Weddell House, OXiEVEIjA.lSriD. 4 CHBOMOS "CARLO IX MISCHIEF." 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Gentleman's Hunting Case . 6ilver Watch 30 80 40 6. Ladv's Gold Pen, Silver Case, (Hawkes) 8 00 6 7. Gent's Gold Pen, Silver Case, (Hawkes) 4 OO 8 8. Gold Pen with Ebony bolder. 5 00 8 S. Gentleman's Gold Sleeve But tons 6 00 8 10. Gentleman's Moss Agate Sleeve Buttons. ...... 5 0t 6 Hi Silver Cake Basket (Lueius Hart) 18 03 30 18. Revolving Butter Cooler. . . . . , 12 00 20 13. Half Dozen Napkin Rings... 14 00 SO 14. One Dozen Teaspoons. 9 75 12 15. One Dozen Table Spoons ...... 15 00 20 16. One Dozen Table Forks. . . IB 00 SO 17. One Dozen Plated Knives, Ivory Handled 20 00 80 18. One Dozen Table Knives.Solid Steel Plated.... ... 20 00 25 19. One Set Knives and Forks, Rubber Handled 5 75 12 20- One Set Knives and Forks, Rosewood handled 4 00 ,0 S2. Webster's Unabridged Die- - tionary .-.:u... 1x00 . 28. 82rao Bible. Morocco, Gilt Clasp 8 00 24. I'hotograph Family Bible.'.. IS 80 : 25. GO Portrait Turkey Morocco Album 8 00 SO. New Style Musical Album.'. 20 00 27. Opera Glass iu 00 ' xa. lompouna Microscope. ...... 10 oo 29. Globe Microscone.. SO. Wood's Pocket Magnifier .". 31. "Easter Morning,' (Jhromo. 8i. "Niagara Falls," Chromo.. . 83. '-Ducks," Chromo, (Walnut Frame) 84. "Dame Nature's School," Chromo ............ 35. Dollar Engine 8H. Horizontal Engine 87. Side Wheel Steamboat...... 38. Universal Clothes Wringer. 8 00 1 GO 5 00 GOO 6 00 S 00 1 00 4 00 00 10 00 . 89. Fairbanks' Family Scales,. 14 09 40. Boy's 3-whcel Velocipede. .. 20 00 ' 41. New York Phaeton (Child's 4 -wheeled Carriage 40 00 42. Fine Papier Mache Desk. .... 10 00 43. Fine Papier Slaehc Desk. 16 00, 44. Fine Papier Mache Inkstand 8 00 45. Walnut Writing Desk, . i 10 00 , 8 ; 80 ' S3 8 80 14 14 6 8 a 8 2 8 4 14 80 23 00 20 25 6 J Description ol Premiums- ... No. 1. The Weed Family Favorite Sewing Machine was selected by us as being, if not the best, at least one of the best, sewing machines in the market aqd its merits are so well known as really to need but little description. Speaking of the Weed the Elmira AJr-erSays: "This machine is built on what is called tbe engine principle or movement, and in man v particu lars umers irom ait otner inacnines. it nas new ana novel devices for takine uu tbe slack vt e remarKeti particularly, me nne worKmansnip nmnuesieu in its OUHd. and the nnilorm good quality of the material used in it construction steel and case-hardening process being ir employed where there is any danger of wear." The style offered by us is a walnut table . . finely finished machine. It can be seen by calling at the. Weed Sewing Machine Rooms No. 114 Main Street, where the agent Mr. Geo. Folwell will be pleased to exhibit them at anv ! time. . . " No.2. The Beckwith is a low priced machine but one which Is stronglv recommended and which we feel confident it will please and prove satisfactory to all whoinay receive it. It combines simpl icity accuracy and durability. - - . Nos. 8. 4, 5, 9 and 10 are simply articles whose description is given In giving their names and value. They are good geods and we warrant them to be the best of the kind. We purchased them of R. 8. Wood, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in jewelry in this place and they come to us with his recommend.. We therefore know them to be genuine and what thev are represen ted to be. . : 1 . N os. 6, 7, 8, 11, 12,13,14,15,16,17, 18.19 and 20 are all standard articles. Their several values ore set tled and are all as well khown to our readers as to ourselves. They have been pur chased from the factories of Hawks, Lucius Hart, the Meriden Manufacturing Co. and other well known dealers aud are all made and delivered under tbeir warranties. No. 21. is a large and elegantly printed book, containing 13,10 closelv printed octavo pages and over BOO beautiful illustrations, it is published by the well known firm of Burr & fiyde of Hartford, Conn., and is sold oniy by subscription at $3 50 per copy. Nos. 22, 23,24 aud 25 are sufficiently described iu their names. . - No. 26, is a new style of album with musical attachment. By means of a secret spring as the clasp of tbe book is opened it commences to play two airs arid when closed the music ceases. Size 6 inches long, G inches wide. No. 27 Is a class finished in ivm-y and gilt, with morocco case. It Is acromatie, and-may be used by the tourist for field glass or telescope as well as in the opera. No. 28 Is a new style of microscope, and has three powers of about 40, 65. and 100 diameters, magnifying 1,800, 4,225, and 10,000 times ... . No. 29 Cannot be excelled as a cheap miscroscope. Its magnifying powers are very great, and cannot fail to be an endless source of amusement and instruction. : No, SO Is an intense lens with folding rubber case, and has been sold by all dealers at the price given above. Nos. 81, 32, 33, and 34 Are chromos of Prang's celebrated make, and being the most popular of his subjects have become so widely known as to need no description or commendation from us. No. S3 is framed in handsome carved walnut moulding, gilt lining and leaf cor ner pieces. ... Nos. 35, 36, and 37 Are steam toy?, which are not merely "make believe," but are real machines that will go. They are perfectly safe, and are extremely interesting to old as well as young, and are admirably adapted to cultivate inventive and mechanical genius. Nos. .38, aud SO Are too well known to need any description. Nos. 40 and 41 Are handsome well made machines, the former being not only a source of amnse uieut, but a means of healthful, needed exercise ; the latter a silver finished, cloth-lined, patent-wheeled child's carriage. Nos. 42 and 43 Are elegant desks ; the first being inlaid with roses of pearl, etc, lined with velvet and gilt border, lock and key, fitted with inkstand, ten-inch the second being inlaid with pearl, forming a group of lillies and leaves, on double shaded ground, light border of mottled pearl, lined with silk velvet and gilt border, lock and key, inkstand, eleven Inch. No. 44 is neatly inlaid ith pearl line and bunch of lillies, in cut glass, ink In velvet socket. No. 45 is a walnut desk, brass-bound, finely polished inside, lined with silk velvet, lock and key. twelve inches, CLUBBING RATES.' lneacy Saved Any Faptror Ulatoiin Yea Vaatl Below we present a list of publications with which we have made clubbing arrongeaeoU for the coming year. Canvassers or those getting up clubs will notice: First, that they can avail themselves of the terms given below to secure subscriptions, as any name sent, whether single or in connection with other publications, can apply tbe same as one ef a club far which premiums will be given; and Second, that to EACH SUBSCRIBER TO THE JOURNAL, on this as on all other lists, theSOUVENIR will be sent for one year as an independent premium. In the following table the names of the magazines are followed by two lines of. figures. The first of these is the regular subscription price per year of tbe publication; the second tbe price at which it will be furnished together with the JOURXAL and SOUVENIR. Those marked with a star give a premium, which in all cases is a beautiful chromo or engraving, worth at least the price of the publication. The clubbing price given always includes these premiums. r : Iailie, Semi ana lrl. weeklies, Rurl New Yorker.. 159 B D . Daily Philadelphia Press, "8 00 Tri-Weeklv Philadelphia Press..... 4 00 Daily New York Sun 6 00 Serai-Weekly New York Sun Oil " Tribune.. 4 00 " " World ... 4 00 Weeklies. American Spiritualist.... 8 50 Appleton's Journal.., ... 4 03 Advance ,.. 3 110 Albany Law Journal 5 00 Bright Side and Family Circle. 1 00 Banner of Light 8 00 Clipper (New York) 6 00 Citizen and Round Table 8 00 Church Journal ". .. 8 00 Christian at Work ...i 1 GO Catholic Review 8 uo Dav's Doings 4 00 Examiner And Chronicle 'Baptist) 2 SO Everv Saturdav G U0 Frank Leslie's" Illust'd Newspaper- 4 (id " Chimney Corner (M " Illustrated Zeitnng. 4 00 " Lady's Journal 4 00 " Boys' and Girl! Weekly " " Ladies' Magariue.. " " Budget of Fun " " Pleasant Hours.-... Fireside Companion Fifth Avenue Journal Forney's Press...... . Golden Age- Harper s llazar. S- - ego- ST CO 9 00 4 25 6 no 8 25 4 Gil 6 UO 4 GO Weeklv Hearth ami Home Illustrated Christian Weekly. Independent Investigator - Ledger I.e Monde Illustro (French).. Littcll's Living Age Medical Gazette Methodist Nation (N . Y.) Observer (N. Y.) Pomeroy's Democrat Plymouth Church. 9 no 3 GO 1 GO 1 GO 3 00 4 U0 2 00 3 tO 4 00 4 00 8 00 00 GO 3 no 8 Oil 8 00 8 00 8 GO a go G (Ml 3 110 2 GO 4 00 Scientific American 8 Oo. Spirit of the Times , 6 00 Sunday Mercurv ; 4 00 Times (N. Y.) 8 00 Tribune (N. Y.) . 8 no The Week . 4 00 Toledo Blade t 00 Waverlev Marazina : on i Si Weekly (Street & Smith's) 0O - ... . -- ''"" VVULIIM. ............. O IV " World (N. Y.) t 00 ? J Amoi ican.Uuion 8 SO . Itlouthlie. American Agriculturist 1 50 American Farm .Tourn:il 7K 4 00 American Law Register 5 00 6 00 American Builder. 3 00 Atlantic Monthly 4 no Arthur's IIome'Magazine , 2 60 Art Review 8 01 American E.lueatioual Monthly.. 00 Blackwood's 4 00 Balkan's Monthly 1 m 4 on neecner's Illustrated Magazine.. 1 TO 8 75 Church Monthly 8 00 4 61 Comic Monthlv I GO 6 M C'rofutt's Western World 1 60 4 00 Children's Hour . .. 1 Si 801) Contemnorary Review ,.7 60 6 00 Dt'inoretos Magazine ..... 8 00 6 otl Eclectic Magazine 5 uo G 00 Galaxy 4 oe G 00 Goilev's Lady's Book 8 00 Good Words 2 75 4 00 Good Words for the Young 2 Go GOO Harper's Magazine 4 00 8 25 Inland Monthly 3 00 3 Loudon Lancet 5 00 4 50 La France Elegante A 00 G t?5 Ladies lleository 3 Go 3 GO Lippiucott's MRiaine.. 4 00 4 00 Lakeside Monthly 8 00 6 25 Locke's Monthlv 1 00 62.1 Manufacturer aud Builder a nn 4 35 Optic's Bovs' aud Girls' Jfagaaine 8 Go n, , n vriunu -worn lit y 4 (HI Our Voting Folks 6 00 Peters' .Vuslcal .Ironttdy 4 60 Phrenological Journal I) 00 Peterson's Jaguxine 0 00 Serihuer't -V,.mlily G OO Science of Health '. 8 50 m Spangled Banner 8 00 Suuduv .Vagazine 6ti) Si. Paul's .Vagazine 4 75 Wood's Household -Vagazine.. 5 60 Young Folks' Rural . 4 00 . t 00 . 8 00 . 3 00 . 00 . 4 00 . 8 00 . 1 no . 8 75 . 3 Go 1 no 1 60 4 25 4 GO 8 60 6 GO J 75 5 GO 6 75 8 81 8 00 4 GO 8 no 8 25 4 CO 8 00 2 60 6 G 4 6 5 0i 4 01 4 GO 8 GO 6 GO 8 00 8 GO 4 GO 8 00 8 00 3 00 8 GO 4 m 8 00 6 00 4 25 4 00 4 on 6 25 4 00 8 00 7 OA 6 00 5 00 4 G- 75 8 Go 8 75 G 00 41 Go 4 o 4 00 3 60 5 00 a 25 2 75 4w 4 6 u 3 00 In addition to both periodicals at the nrira Viamol. a rhoica fmm a lis, nf ..u...-.- premiums is given to each subscriber to Denmresi's Mouthlv, Among these area pair of ono C hromo pictures ( alls of Niagara and Yosemite Falls), worth tlo.00 ; or a good Stereoscope with a series of views) besides numerous oilier valuable premiums worth front 2 to ilo each. t'erelarn Weekll. All the Year Round 6 00 AthenaHiiu t no Anglo-American Times 12 00 Hell's Life lu Londou 14 00 Bow Bells 4 00 Cassell's Magazine 4 00 Graphic (Illustrated; 14 00 Illustrated London News H 00 Judy 0 00 Medical Press 16 00 Musical World , 12 00 Once a Week 0 00 Punch 7 00 Spectator 14 00 Saturday Review 14 00 rarrlffii flIntsilleB. 6 00 Art. Journal 9 25 All the Year Round (Parts) . .. 11 oo Argosy 14 00 ltelgravla 4 Go t'ltMirilfrers' Journal 4 Chi cintcniorv Review. . . '". 14 00 Dark Blue 14 00 Fraxer's Magazine 6 00 Fortnightly Review 15 00 londou Societv... . 12 00 Mt-Millau's Magazine.!!!!.... 8 25 Once a Week (Parts) 7 00 Portfolio (fine illustrations) .. 14 00 Su James' Magaziuo 1. w 4t-inpie ziar.. 13 00 8 00 3 vo 00 4 12 OO 8 00 15 00 12 00 1 00 8 00 8 00 IS 00 oo 8 o IS 00 8 Go 4 Go T OO 6 00 12 uo 7 00 IX ou 1 00 T on 8 75 Go 13 uo 75 8 . The Illustrated Loudon News publishes a Christmas number, which is double prioe, hot which will be enclosed in the price. . AGEMTS WAIiTTED. The Publishers of the NORTHERN OHIO JOCRNAL, desire to double Its ctrealatiou this fall, and waut the serviced of at least one energetic put h Ing man or woman tm every tewa in this portion of the Country. We will furnish circulars samples, blank orders, and all that may bo needed to work effectually. A very little effort t ill enable anyone to send as a largo list of subscribers, and, at the same tlme.pay themselves well for their time and trouble. And experience has demonstrated, that after a club is started, it la easier to secure additions than it was to get up tbe original club. Everybody likes the Paper, aud when it has once beva, introduced into a neighborhood, it l always easy to extend tbe circulation.