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STRANGER'S GUIDE.
GENERAL DIRECTORY.
t STATE OFFICERS.
Governor, Edward Noyes; term expire
January l-- . ... . t
Lieutenant-Governor, acob Mueller; term ex-'
pires January 1814.
Secretary ot State, Isaao Sherwood; terra ex
pired February 1818.
T return re r ot State, Isaao Welsh; term expire
February 18TJ
Auditor or ite, James Williams; term ex
pire Februaij lSt.
Comptroller of Treasurer, W. T. Wilson; term
expires February tiT.4.
Attorney General, Francis B. Pond; term ex
pire February 1814.
Commissioner ot Schools. Thomas W. Harrey;
Term expire January 18T5.
Board or rublic Works, Richard IC Porter,
term expires 18T8; Phillip P. Herzing; term ex
pires Ml ;tephen K. Ilosroer.term expire 173.
V. S. Assessor, Joel ltoolittle. Oilice over
Ilolcomb & Gould's Tin shop, Main street.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Jndge of Common Pleas,
Judge or Probate,
County Clerk,
Sheriff, - -
leputy Sheriff,
Treasurer,
Recorder, - - 1
Prosecuting Attorney, -Auditor,
-.
County Surveyor,
County Commissioners, -
Coroner, - : . - -
- M. C. Caktikld
- ti. N. TCTTin
FCRBY BOBWOKTH
- s ami h Wimc
J. M. BCNJAMIN
L8. CHILD!
L Evcbbt
A. L. Tikikk
B. D. CHB8MKT
E. HCNTIXOTOM
SSIUKOH C. HlCEOK
AMIS M. PaKMXB
Eli olds
j ambs h. tatlob
CITY OFFICERS.
Mayor,
Clerk, -Marshal.
Fbbkt Boswobtb
H. Mr. SAKFOKD
FRANK UUAKT
r bai
rcc. p
J.Jew
J A.H. l
1 B. H. 1
re. c. paisb
IEBOMB
, Gabfiblb
Councilmen. -
Street Commissioner,
Justice of the Peace,
Infirmary Directors,
. WOODMAB
. IV. ulll
I W. W. DIKOLTT
Fbakklib Rook. 1
(L HCNTINOT4.il
MILO Uabbib
J. CAVENDISH
(9. T. LADD
JOHN HeCLKLLAHD
(Franklin Boobs
HOARD Or EPICATIOM.
MI88 AocstaHawlet, - - Principal
Ila. 11. C. BSABDSLBB. - - President
H. P. Sankohd, - - Secretary
I. W. Mead, Geo. w. Steele,
S. A. TI8VEL, A. L. TlNKKR.
BOARD OF SCHOOL. EXAMINERS.
H. C. Beardsley, John Clboo. John
Tyler.
Hold meetings for examination of teachers at
High School Building, Painesville, on the last
Saturday in every month except July and Au
gust, at o'clock A. M.
H. C. BBAB08LBT, President.
Johh. W. Tylbb, Clerk.
POSTOFFICE.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
OEP1CB HOUBS :
Prom IX A. M. to 7 P.M. Sundays U U to P. H.
MAILS BBrAET I
Going East, - - 11:5 M. and 11:11 P.M.
Going West,
5:58 A. M. and 639 P. M.
Cleveland, (special) - - - 12:64 P.M.
Chardon, - - - - - - s:00 P. M.
Middleueld (Mondays and Tuesdays), 1:00 A.M.
MAILS ABBITE:
c V..fc . R:flS A. M. and 5rfn P. M.
From West, - MdU M. and 11:11 P. M.
Cleveland (special. - - - 5:08 P. M
Chardon, ------ :80 A. 41.
MiddleUeld (Tuesdays and Fridays), P.M.
Letters should be left at the Postoffie OA
HOUB BEYOBE MAILS DEPABT.
r .-ltara will be reailr for delivery ONB MALP
HOi'B after trains arrive, except mails received
at night, whicn will ue ueuvereu next morning.
Tetter nlaeed in tha Outside Letter Box
no to 11 o'clock P. M. will be seut by the night
mails. GEORGE E. PAINE, P. M.
Not. 19. 1871.
Laks Share and ItUemisjam Ssmtmera
Railway.
T-BASSENGER TRAINS WILL HUN AS
I follows until further notice:
GOING EAST.
Atlantic Day Cinc'tti Special
stations. Express Express Express N. Y.Ex
Cleveland . 7.45a.m. 11.05a.m. 4.05r.M. 1020p.m.
Willou'h'y 11.48a.m.
Paiuesville 87 A.M. 1101 a.m. 5:01 P.M. U:llP.M.
Madison... i
Geneva.. .. ' " !
Ashtabula.. 9.S4A.M. l:48p.M. 5A0P.M. 11 .Wa.M.
Girard 10.11a.m. 1:3p.m. 8-.40P.M 1x:4sa.m.
Erie 10.40a.m. :10p.m. 7:10p.m. 1.15.AM.
GOING WEST.
Sp'IChi
cago Ex
Toledo
Express
Paulflc
Express
Steam
BT AXIOM.
Erie........
Ashtabula..
Geneva ....
Madison-..
Perry.
Painesville
Willou'h'y
Euclid
Cleveland. .
boat Ex
8.85A.M.
4,51A.M.
9.60A.M
:eP.M.
5:09p.m.
1.06A.M.
8.57 A.M.
11.41 A.M.
1S:1Sp.m.
itcasp.M.
8.23A.M.
IB. -48P.M.
113 P.M.
1:80P.M.
1 :54p.m.
SOP.M.
5.41 A.M.
K)lr.M.
4.08A.M.
133A.M.
8.36 A.M.
7H)0p.mJ
5.80 A.M
ASHTABULA ACCOMMODATION
STOPS AT ALL STATIONS.
L'v'tCleveland 4.90 p.m I Ar.at Ashtabula7.00p.m
L't's Asntauuia tt.4aa.rn Ar.at cievei-na .sua.m.
This train going east passes Painesville at
6:88 P. M. Going west passes Painesville at
e:uo a. in.
ERIE ACCOMMODATON.
L't's Cleveland 33a.m I Ar. at Erie 10.30 a.m.
L'v's Erie 4.05 pan. Ar.atClevcl'nd&05p.m.
This train Boins west passes Painesville at
7:00 P. M. Going east passes Painesville at 7:38
A. JS. s, i
The Special Chicago Express runs daily except
Monday.
Tho 7:45 a. m. train from Cleveland and the
I:b0 1. m. train from Erie runs on Sundays.
CHAS. PAINE,Gen'l Sup't
Paineevllle
and YsBBfttewB Rail
Read.
lASSEXGER TRAINS WILL BUN AS
follows until further notice:
NOBHTWARD.
PA88. PA88. FBT.
8T AXIOMS . A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leaves Chardoa 1:00 44)0 10:80
" Clark's.. 7:12 4:1 10:50
V Little Monntaia... -trw 4:20 10:58
" ' Concord 7:24 434 11M
" Viaduct... 7:80 4&i 11S4
Arrives at Painesville 7:4u 4:40 11:85
SOUTHWARD.
PASS PASS. FBT.
STATIONS A.M. P.M. P.M,
Leave' raineswille'.iiJJ.. 00 :00 0
" ..Viaduct 9:04 6:04 8:10
.v'j I Couoortl i;...; 9:18 6:16 8:88
Little Mountain .. 9:80 6:80 8:38
Clark's 9:8d 6:28 8:46
Arrives aClmrdon ..... . .... . 9:40 6 :40 8 K
Connects' with Lake Shore Trains, East a
West at 7:83 A. M., and at 4:59 and 6:00 P. M.
J. C. SHARPLESS.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
CHURCHES.
CONGBEGATrONAL CHURCH J. A Daly,
Pastor. Services on Sunday at 10 A.
M. and 7P.M.. Church Conference on Thurs
day evening at 1y, o'clock. Bible Service, to
-which old and young are Invited, at 18 o'clock
M. . Walter U Tisdm. Superiateaaens. j
ST. JAME8CHTJRCH Rector, Thomas B. Wells,
804 State street. Services 10)4 A. M. and 7X
P. M. Sunday School at 13U P. M. Horace
Steele, Superintendent, t
M. E. CHURCH Youmans, Pastor. Service
every Sabbath at V) A. M. and 1H P. M.
Sabbath School meets at 18 P. M. E. S. Young,
fiuperintenaenu -
PAINESVILLE PROGRESSIVE LYCEUM A.
G. Smith, Conductor. Miss L. Whitmore, Guar
dian.- aervice saooatn at mix a, jm.
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Pastor, J. W. In
gram. Services at 10 A. M. and t P. M.
Sabbath School at 1S P. M. V. D. Hyde,
ttuperinteiuMmi. irrayerAeeungonxnursuay
evening at i o ciuca.
THE BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor, T. R. Peters,
services at 10U A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath
School at 18 M. C. E. Brink, Snperin-'
tendent. Prayer Meeting every Thursday eve
ning at i 0'ciocB.
ST. MARY'S CIIURCH,(Catholic) John Tracev,
- rkiuir. nervices every, ounuay at. a. js.,
10H A. M. and IK P. M. Sunday School at 8
. o'clock r. M.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Library Rooms 71 Main street. Prayer Meet
ing every 'Auesuay evening.
SOCIETIES.
MASONIC.
TEMPLE LODGE, No. 88,- T. and A. M. Faines
ville. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays
in eacn bkobib. r-erry isoswonn, w . iu.
I'AINESVtLLE CHAPTER, No. 46, It. A. M.
Meets the first aad third Thursdays in each
month. E. W. Kellv. M. E. H. P.
FAINESVILLE COUNCIL, No. 83, Boyal and
Select Masters. Meets Fridays after the first
Thursday in eacn niontn. j. jn, jtenjamin, t,
1. Vi. JU.
WIT.TllIGHBY LODGE. No. 303, F. and A. M.
Willoughbr.' Stated Communications on the
second and fourth Tuesdays in each month.
W. 11. Turner, w. u.
LAKI SHORE LODGE. No. 807. Madison.
,Statel Coiiiuiunications every second and
fourth Saturdays of each month. SI. o.
Prnton. W. M.
A ITS V ILI.E LODGE. No. 418. Meets on the
second snd fourth Saturdays of each month.
E- W. Jieiiy, yi.bi.
I. O. O. F.
CORNUCOPIA LODGE, No. 812, meets Tuesday
evenings. - Officers S. Andrews, N. G.j W.
Doran. V. G.s J. Wilson, R. S.; C. O. Child,
P. 8.; D. W. Mead. Xreas.
UNION ENCAMPMENT, No. 48, meets every
alternate erinesaay - evening, vnicers .
Harris, C. P.; W. Doran, H. P.; H.R. Morse,
. W.; C. B Winchcll, J. W.; C O. Child,
serine: u. r . sieau. r reas.
BTJSHJESS DIRECTORY.
GBOCHXS.
M: t.. BOOT DEALER IN GROCERIES,
Provisions, Fruit, Confectioneries,
104
T II
TAILOR,
.el. CERIES AND
i PROVISIONS of all kinds.
Cash paid for Butter and El
PradnflA. Best of Elonr and
Eft-firs
ana ail Kinds or
Best of Vlonr and Teas kent constant-
ly on hand. No. Vtt State street, Painesville,
-onto.
76
TVANTZER BROS General Whoiesabi
J and Retail dealers in Flour, Feed. Grain
and PrvvU Umt.No.lW State st, PalaesviUfi O.V?
J5Tntr.
ME.. WRIGHT DEXTIST.
, Chardon, Ohio.
Office
A D. SAWYER, DKJiTIST,
Onice OTer
J.m Lee's Drug Store, Main sk, Painesville, O.
illc
104
-TTII,l,l AM If. FOWLER, DENTIST,
y Milwaukee Block, over Lock wood Broth
ers' Store. Paiuesville. Ohio. 104
MUSIV.il-..
J JT. PRATT, DEALER IN ALL KIN 1)8
a or Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, ete
Main street, Painesville, Ohio. , 104
GEORGE Bl'BT-BAXD-MASTKR OF
the Painesville Cornet Band. Instructions
given on all kinds of Wind and Stringed Instru
ment. Music arranged for any number or kinds
ll instrument. Address P. O. Box 887, Paines
rille, Ohio. 1U4
furniture.
JOHX SCHWENINGER DEALER IN
FURNITURE of aU kinds, comer of Main
and State streets, over French's Grocery, Paines
ville, Ohio. Custom Work a specialty. o
It A TH, OATH,
JH. AVERY, DEALER IN HATS, CAPS,
Furs, Trunks and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mouder's old stand, 79 Main street, Painesville,
Ohio. 1U4
BOOKS, ste.
MM. COLBY DEALER IN BOOKS,
a Stationery, Fancy Articles, Wall Paper,
Euv, Etc, Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 104
morooMAi-Hr.
PHOTOGRAPHER AND WHOLE-
JM SALE Dealer in all kinds of Photographer's
iograpner-s
old rooms,
Stock, Frame, Ac- at Clapsaders
Main street.
104
HOTELS.
STOCKWELL HOUSE, PAINESVILLE
Jamb Cvbbbbt, Prop. Omni bos to all trains
UAHHKKS.
BBEHBIE has the best BARBER SHOP
. in town, vithout emcejition. tit Main St. 70
AGENCIES.
Wm. PETTIS6ELL,PATENTAGM.
All business entrusted to me will be
promptly attended to. 104
AITOMMC KM.
JOHN CAVEHD18H Attorney at Law,
Olhoe Second Story W ttcox Block. 70
EHTJHTI!I6T01(, ATTORNEY AND
Counsellor as Law. Collections prompt
ly attended to. Office, Moodey's Block, Paines
ville, Ohio. 104
Vl.OTJU.lNti.
'J.DELEH BARROW, MERCHANT
TAILORS, and dealers in Hats, '-.apa,
rurhisbinB Goods. Ac Milwaukee Block,
Painesville, Ohio. 71-123
K
BEACK.9IOBE, MERCHANT TAI
, LOU, in the Store lately occupied by
Fisher, Fainesville, Ohio. 104
BOOK B1N1HHKY.
TWHITAKER, BOOK BINDER AND
Blank Book Manufacturer, third floor, cor
ner of Main and StClair Sto. PainesvUle, O. 104
LVMBXR.
WOODMAN at BRANCH DEALERS
- in all kinds of Pine and Hemlock Lum
ber, Shingles, Lath, Posts, Dressed Flooring
Siding, Ac. Office 300 State st, Fainesville, 0. 104
MJBDZCAX..
A I, GARDNER. M.
-HOMEOA-
PATH1ST and Surgeon. Office over Ilol
comb A Gould's Hardware Store, No. 77 Main
street. Fainesville. Ohio. Office hours 7 to 0 A.
M.: to 4 and 7 to S P. M. Residence corner of
Jackson and St. Clair streets. 104
TT
1L. THIST,
Young's Block, Painesville, Ohio.
7toA.M..Sto 4 and 7 to 9 P.M.
Office hours 1
Residence Stockweu House.
101
II. LUSE, 1H. D. Office in Damon'
A Jloca, airuwiu, vuhi. vuu hwii, hww
i. sc. to la M.. and from 1 to 6 P. M. A ffood
stock of Drugs constantly en hand. Prescrip
tions careiuuy compounuea. ivi
HOARDING.
BOARDING HOUSE, No. S04 State st.
D. BENNETT, Proprietor. Large rooms,
good accommodations, and not two minutes'
waiK iroui aiain ssrevk w
Thm fragrant
skunk is now in full
bloom.
Mr. C. Cook has taken the position of
clerk at the Cowles Bouse.
Smvxral new and valuable works have
been added to the Y. M. C. A. Library.
Wi have beard it rumored or intimated
that the Advertiser is not going to be a
Democratic paper.
Tax Electoral vote was cast at Colnm.
bus, Wednesday last, Hon. Aaron Wilcox
representing this district.
The winter term of Willoughby College
has commenced under very nattering
promises for a successful quarter.
At a concert given in Madison a few
days since, the sum of forty dollars was
cleared and devoted to the Public School
TBI "Victor" Sewing machine, for
which Mr. J. S. Morrell is agent, is the
subject of an an advertisement in another
column..
Tmb Cornucopia Lodge of J. O. O. F.
expect to go out to Chardon, Monday
evening, to visit their brethren of that
place. The railroad is very convenient,
Slkigus have slipped salubriously for
I the past few days and fair forms flitted
fleetingly, and flirtations fairly flew with
I the rare opportunities afforded by the beau
tiful snow.
It will he seen by reference to another
column that the ladies of the Baptist
Church will give an Oyster Supper at the
Lecture Room of the Church next Fri
day evening.
Several articles of local interest, both
original and contributed, have been ne
cessarily left over until next week, as the
President's Message takes so much of our
space, in this issue.
Tbk entertainments) of the Literary
Club given every Friday evening are well
attended. The club Invite their friends to
meet them at the T. M. C. A. room until
not a vacant seat is left.
ONE of the peculiarities of the gas
lately furnished to some parts of the city
is that it purrs like a cat. A resigned
householder says we must take it as we
get it, and be thankful that it does not
bark like a dog.
The manufacture of sausages has not
yet made a perceptible decrease in the
canine species. This may perhaps be ac
counted lor by the fact that the epizootic
has rendered horse flesh extremely cheap.
"It is an ill wind that blows nobody good
It is rumored but with what truth we
know not that Paul Wick Esq., of
Youngstown, and President of the P.
Y. R. B, will in company with some other
gentlemen, build a rolling-mill in the vi
cinity or tue naroor aunng tne coming
season.
Gko. Frbkman a division master upon
the L. S. & M. S. R. R. was appointed and
sworn In. as a Deputy Marshal on Monday
last. He is In the vicinity of the depot
most of the time and will prove a good
man in his place and a valuable addition
to the force.
The Union Fence Company have sus
pended work in their factory' and will not
reopen until Spring. Quite a number of
men are thrown out of work but will prob
ably have but little trouble in finding
other situations as there is at present
large demand tor mechanics of all kinds.
The Man who don't take the papers was
in town last weeK. Me came to us to bor
row a quarter -Madison Indtmenden
ft ess.
The inference from which would seem
to be that If he had taken the paper lis
would have known that the editor didn't
have the quarter.
Wk notice in the Ashtabula Telegraph
that Mr. J. E. Smith formerly of this place,
and who has for some time been officiating
as organist at the Presbyterian Church iu
the above mentioned place has been suc
ceeded by Miss Thompson of Perry, Whom
the Telegraph says acquitted herself in a
highly creditable manner.
CABJtLXSSXK&i is often costly. ,It would
undoubtedly have been so when the door
Of the Painesville Mills store was left open
a few nights siuce, and also when a lamp
was left burning until a late hour of the
nigbt.in the basementpf W.F.Smith's store,
had not the night watchman been around
and "attended to things." No thanks.
On Friday a horse belonging to John J.
Mitchell of the firm of Tinker, Mitchell A
AlvordV attorneys, became frightened
while Mr. Mitchell was driving down St.
Clair street and ran away breaking the
buggy into pieces and throwing Mr. Mit
chell out but fortunately without inflicting
any severe injuries upon the gentleman.
Wb publish this week a very interesting
article from our Washington correspond
ent. We hope "Max" will lavor us as of
ten as possible with articles from bis pen,
and accept our thanks for the same.
Painesville Advertiser.
In view of the very liberal remunera
tion offered, we presume '-Max" will write
often. .
Nosb but stock cars will hereafter be
run over the LS.tM. S. R. R. on Sun
day and those only when it is a matter of
absolute necessity. Cattle trains can not
be stopped except at such places as water
and feed can be obtained, without greater
or less lose from the death of the stock.
The resolution of the company as to the
running of miscellaneous trains upon Sun
day remains good.
u v . - r Tut ' .f (ha W aut.l-n
Reserve Times, called at our office on Fri
day, and demanded those dears, which
we cneenuiiy iurnisnea. can ngain
Brother Canheld. we are always glad to
see our old friends, even if it does cost us
ten cents. Painesville Advertiser.
Certainly! What would life be without
friendship and what is filthy lucre that it
should be weighed in the balance against
disinterested affection. .
Thi Infirmary Directors say that the
assertion made by the Advertiser in its
issue ol last week, to the effect that there
were two cases ot small pox in the poor
house was (made without any grounds
whatever. Whenever any contagious dis
ease makes its appearance at the institu
tion the keeper or Directors will make the
fact known to the psiblio and until they do
so there is no reason for alarm.
Bra catalogue of Western Reserve Col
lege which we have just received we no
tice that the institution is in a flourishing
condition although there are fewer stu
dentsby s small number than there
were last year. ' The -'whole num
ber of students is ninety-nine,
forty-seven of whom are in the preparatory
department. We notice in the list of the
latter the names of several Paines
ville boys.
As all of the Masonic Lodges of Paines
ville hold their annual election of officers
within the next two weeks and the dates
ofthe.balloting may be of interest to many,
we give them as follows: Temple Lodge,
No. 28, T. and A. M., Thursday "evening,
December 12th. Painesville, L4ge io.
412, F. and A. MM Saturday evening De
cember 14th. Painesville Chapter, No. 46,
R. A. M-, Thursday evening, December
19th. The Painesville Council, No. 23, R.
and S. M. held their election at their regu
lar meeting last Friday evening.
Every person and every firm occupying
stores or shops upon the business streets
should spare no pains to have the side
walks in front of their places of business
kept clear ot snow and ice. During the
past few days many trivial,-but painful ac
cidents have been occasioned by the slip
periness of the pavements, when had a
few minutes time been taken,the sidewalks
might have been properly taken, ars .of.
Neglect in this matter may almost be said
to be criminal, as life and limbs are daily
jeopardized.
Wx clip from an exchange the following
item, which newspapers will confer a
great favor by copying:
In Aumist and September last, W. F.
Karr, of Kent, Portage county, was doing
business in Syracuse ana nocuesier, JNew
York. He lelt Rochester on the 19th of
that month, and is supposed to have been
in Cleveland about the 23d. Since that
time no traces of him can be learned. He
is about thirtv-five years of age, five feet
eight or ten inches high, blue eyes, auburn
hair, ana lair complexion, auj informa
tion concerning him will be thankfully re
ceived by his wife, Mrs. W. F. Karr, or C.
H. Mend, Kent, Ohio.
The lovers ot the mazy dance seem
likely to have their full desires in that line
gratified this winter if they never have be
fore. The Cotillion Club have a ball every
fortnight and its members, to the extent of
about forty, with their fair partners shake
the "light fantastic toe" to the excellent
music made by Prof. Burt's orchestra. A
dance is held also every two weeks at Wil
cox Hall and a large number of the "youth
and beauty meet to chase the glowing
hours with flying feet." Beside this , two
dancing schools are advertised to receive
pupils weekly, and we learn that there
have been several private dances and that
more are in prospect. "Ou with - the
dance."
Tbk north track of the L. S.& M. S. It.
R. is entirely completed with the excep
tions of a few rods at the filling in Conne-
aut, and trains are running regularly over
the new-laid iron. The old track is used
exclusively lor the running of trains going
west while the new will only be used by
those going in the opposite direction
The portion of the road at Conneaut now
remaining unfinished will be ready for
the passage of trains in about two weeks,
when the entire road will be
ready for trains through from
Cleveland to Erie. About twenty-live
miles of the track between Erie and Buf
falo will be put into condition for passen
ger trains immediately.
Apfropos of the quietness and orderly
state of affairs that our citizens have en
joyed during the past year the Sheriff in
forms us that the county has directly and
indirectly been saved the loss and ex
pense of much money by the watchfulness
and 'energy of the night watchmen. The
streets have certainly been much more
quiet than they were of old and there have
been no cases of burglary in which the
amount of property lost was any thing but
the most trifling. Several fires that would
have resulted in the loss of thousands of
dollars worth of property had hey not
been observed when they were, have been
promptly extinguished by the night guar
dians and our citizens have rested in a
sense of comfortable security.
One of the most universally Jfelt nuis
ances that the people in .general and the
business firms in particular, are subjected
to is that occasioned by the never ceasing
rascalities of a certain class of boys that
at all .hours of the day infest the main
streets of the town. While the doings of
these street Arabs are not particularly
annoying by day tbey frequently become
a source of extreme annoyance after dark.
when they are less easily seen by the Mar
shall or any of his assistants. Not unfre
quently the bad deeds of the street roam
ers become sufficiently great to warrant
their arrest, oral least caution by the au
thorities; but in the main they consist of
such trifling but unpleasant tricks as
snowballing passers ly; scuffling upon
the sidewalks and far too often using ira
proper language.
' " v
Heal Estate Transfer.
The list of real estate transfers at the
Recorder's office for the past week shows
only moderate movement in the market.
We give the following exhibit;
Aneeline S. Van Gorden to Ann M. Cot-
trell, Willougliby, village lot No. 5, 60-100
acres.
Rees Y. Carroll to John Hill, Willou,
1... on ........ i .. t . ' ,au
MJf , 1 in u, X, 17. JVC.
Prisciila H. Allen and others to R. and
D. Hayes, Painesville, lots lfltt and 20
Grandon survey.
Thomas Dwyer to Thomas Brewer.
Painesville, 5 acres in lot No, 14, tract No.
Martin B. Balcu to Hiram L. Mentor,
LeKov, 80 rods iu lot No. 97.
Phebe Cady to O. U. Cadr. Madison, 8
acres.
... . JKaxriaste Licenses.
We see by the books at the office of Pro
bate Judge Tuttle that the following par
ties have won, and during the past
two weeks have obtained permits to be
made one:
George W. Mooney and Mary Talcott.
RolUn Brakemau and Martha Ann Hic
kok. Alexander C. Forbes and Georgie Bar
rett. Thomas Fitzpa trick and Martha M.
Hopkins.
John White and Caroline M. Warren.
Fred S. Cooper and Frankie J. Merrill.
Charles M. Parsons and Fannie M.
Branch.
William J. Pratt and Mary A. Russell.
Ezra J. Cummings and Mary M.Allen.
George W, Hale and Edith Brigelow.
John White and Caroline M. Warren.
Fred H. Morse and Jane Daggett.
Prehate Caart.
The December term of the Probate
Ceurt was held for the prosecution of
criminal cases, on Monday and Tuesday
ot this week. The following cases obtained
a hearing:
State of Ohio vs. Myer, et. al. Defend
ants charged with riot and lound guilty,
and sentenced to pa a fine of ten dollars
and costs ecch, and be confined in the
county jail until the same be paid. .
State of Ohio vs. Granger Warner, for
assault, with intent to kill. An informs
tion was filed by the prosecution, and it
was found that the case did not come
within the jurisdiction of the court.
State of Ohio vs. Seth Manly, for assault
and battery. Case continued until next
term.
TMe Caaaty Caaamlsaiaaers.
At the recent meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners who have been in
session for several days, Mr. Zora P. Ben
nett, the new member, was qualified and
entered upon his duties, taking the place
of Mr. S.C Hickok, who retires from the
Board. - Mr. Hickok has served his fourth
term, and has been a valuable and efficient
officer, but Mr. Bennett is well qualified
to take his place.
Most of the business of the old commit
tee has been elosed, and the affairs to be
taken up will consist mostly of heretofore
untouched business. ' .
The new bridge built at the: plank road
crossing has been accepted and paid for
and the Board have also considered sever
al other improvements that have been
made in the county. Taking all in all tax
payers have no reason to be dissatisfied
with the action of this body, as most duties
have been properly discharged.
One of our eotemporaries asks If there
is at present any regularly organized fire
company in town.' Our reporter had oc
casion a few days since to pass the engine
bouse- and seeing It open went in 1 and
made a few inquires, the answers to which
assured him that the company were doing
their best to keep their apparatus in good
working order. A man was busy putting
the hose into convenient shape to handle,
and the steamer as well as all its appurte
nances were in apparent good working
comdition. The engineer sleeps in the
building, and . would be ready upon an
alarm, to have steam up in an incredibly
short time. There is but one thing that
we could suggest which we think would
be a material improvement, and that is
that a team of horses be stabled in the en
gine house during the winter. The streets
at this season of the', year are generally
rough, and a large number of men would
be required in case of a fire to draw the
steamer to the scene of danger.
A bant the Cast.
The inferior light given by the gas of
late, audits intolerable odor has been the
subject of general and just complaint. Not
only has the light been, from its limited
supply, a source of annoyance, but tbe
fumes from the gas, which in the latter
part of the evening filled the room were ex
ceedingly hurtful to the health ot persons
occupying them.1.
We have, until now, omitted to make
mention of this matter, and express the
feeling of dissatisfaction, which we have
felt in common with others, as we have
been awaiting for the SUtegas inspector,
who is expected to arrive and made prop
er investigationswith a view to the remov
al of the causes of the nuisance. A majori
ty of the business firms have either begun
using lamps or are making proper arrange
ments, with a view of so doing at an early
day. It is said by those who have had
them in use that the new and improved
styles of lamps will give a light nearly or
quite as good as that of the best gas and
far superior to the light that is now pro
cured from. the . sulphureous compound,
known by the name, wbile the expense is
less by two-thirds.
fciiaMlaB'V
Scoaal Uuisa
at Wtl
i,..- .- , laaajhkr.
The sixth annual meeting of the Lake
County Sunday School Union, was held in
Willouguby on. Friday, of last week. The
day as all will - remember, was quite
stormy, and but few delegates were able
to attend, except from the townships along
the. railroad,,,, ,,.
The delegates were warmly received at
the Presbyterian Church, and throughout
the entjre day were well cared tor by the
Willoughby people.
The meeting was one of unusual inter
est, and much enthusiasm was manifested
by those who took "part in the exercises.
Most of the exercises Were of a conversa
tional character, and were joined in by all
who chose so to do. Several addresses
were delivered upon subjects of vital im
portance to the Sabbath School workers,
and the farewell remarks were made by
President Brink; - .
Before adjourning it was decided to
hold the next meeting at Madison .
liilow we give a list of the officers elect:
President S. R. House.
Secretary J. A. Babcock.
Treasurer S. B. Webster.
Vice Presidents R. Burr, Concord ; T.
M. Moriey, Kirtland; Rees Davis, LeRoy;
J. B. Potter, Madison ; H. W. Munson,
Mentor; Rev. Mr.Mizener, Perry; Rev. D
K. Steel, Willoughby.
P. A: Y. Kallraa.
In pursuance of a call Issued last week,
and signed by a number of stockholders of
the P. & T. R., a meeting was held Friday
evening o last week at Wilcox Hall to
consider an important and interesting
proposition.
The meeting was organized by the elec
tion of A. L. Tinker, Esq., as chairman
and its object announced. In view of the
poor economy of laying the iron this win
ter and having it in use before the road
was ballasted it was thought expedient to
obtain the consent of the bondholders to
defer the putting down of rails until
spring. To do this it was necessary to
have the written consent of a majority of
tbe interested parties, to extend the time
in which the company were bound to ful.
fill their contract. Papers were cheer
fully and willingly signed by all present
and all that remains to be done now is for
every subscriber to lend his sanction to
the proposal. It has been demonstrated
that the work on the Toad will be greatly
facilitated by the measure and that it will
not in the least retard but rather hast
en the completion ot the road, ....
In regard to what Is now being, and has
been accompHshed, we give a few facts
that have come under our observation
during the past few days. Siuce the ad
vent of cold weather snow lias interrupted
labor but has caused no serious delay.
About srx hundred men are now engaged
at different points along tbe line two
hundred being under the management of
Mr. Darragh between Chardon and Clarl
don. Work will be commenced in a few
days, we are informed, between this place
and Fairport. Cars now run regularly
from the depot on Richmond street instead
of from the Washington street crossing.
The new plan wont into effect about ten
days since.
A dozen new cars, most of which have
already been received have been put upon
the track to meet the increasod demand of
freight transportation. Taking all of
these facts it is no wonder that the people
feel safe in regard to tbe course which tbe
company propose to pursue.
Rletearalasrical Repert: ""
The following report is furnished us by
E. J. Karris, Esq., of Little Mountain. It
is compiled from the result of observations
taken by him at his residence, latitude
41deg. 3Smin; longitude, 81 deg. 16 uiin.
Heighth above Lake ErieGOO feet; above
tide water 1,180 feet. For November,
1872.
THKKMO.MKTKK IN OPEN AXU.
Max. 11th 5t deg.
Min. 21st, 2tb and 30th 14 "
Range , "
Mean ; "
BOROMITKR. '
Max. 17th
Min. 17th
Range
Mean reduced to lreeziu
29.070 in.
....... 28315 "
865 "
point.. 28.618 "
Amount of rain..
Amount of snow.
. 1.13 in.
.13.85
For Autumn (Sep. Oct. and Nov.)
THE RMO JIETO R
IX OPKN AIR.
86
Max. Sept. 7
Min. Sov. 21st, 60th and 30th
Range..
Mean
deg.
14
72
49.3
BAROMKTKR.
Max. Oct. 23d 29.140 in.
Min. Nov. 7th 28.206 "
Range 835"
Mean reduced to freezing point. . 28.635
Amount of rain . .
Amount of snow.
. . . 12.75 in.
... 13.84 in.
.-'
Dec. 1871 to
For twelve months from
Nov. 1872 inclusive.
THERMOMETER IN OPEN AIR.
Max. July 8th 91.6 deg.
Min. Dec. 21. . , r 8 bel'w.
Range.; : Irs.A.t'.... iM deg.
Mean 47.2
BOROMETER., ' '
Max. Jan. 1st
Min Dec. 23d
Range
.. 29.170 in.
. . 28.109
... 1.061 "
. . 28.642
. . 35 in.
. . 78.2 in.
Mean reduced
Amount of rain
Amoun t of snow . . .
TWeatlter PrakaktUties. '
In most resects our weather prophecies
as made last week were verified by actual
results, but in others they were proven to
be inaccurate. The most noticeable differ
ence, however, was not in the kind or
weather, nor in the sequence in which the
various changes would be experienced,
but in the time at which they might be ex
pected. For instance, we predicted that
Sunday and Monday would be cloudy, dry
and cold, with wind, ranging from South
east to West. The actual result was that
those days were-cold and cloudy, with the
wind as predicted, but with a dizzle of
sleet instead of a continuance of dry
weather. On Tuesday we predicted a se
vere storm in which we were incorrect
not in the arrival of the storm, but in tbe
fact that it reached here on Monday after
noon instead of on Tuesday morning. "On
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, how
ever, our predi ctions were perfectly cor-
rectin every particular the wind chang
ing, and the weather moderating exactly
we predicted. Atpresentwriting-iFri-
day we cannot, ot course, tell whether the
result will correspond with our prophecies
for Saturday or not. ' "'i '
Ab we said last week the -calculations
were, to a certain extent, an experiment.
and might be proven incorrect in every
particular. The result, however1, has
shown them to have bee a in the main cor
rect, ths principal inaccuracy being, as
we said before, in the time at . which the
predicted storm reached here. The fact
that the changes occurred in the same or
der that we foretold shows that the calcu
lations were founded on correct principles,
while the mere variance, by few hours,
in the arrival of a storm, only shows what
all meteorologists already kuow that
storm waves are so affected by local influ
ences that their arrival at any certain
point cannot be predicted with perfect ex
actness. ' ' .
People are always much more apt to no
tice and remember failings and mistakes
than success, and one errror in such
matters will often make more impression
than a dozen correct' predictions We
simply ask that those who observe and
note inaccurracies in these predictions
will also be equally particular in record
ing those instances in which they prove
correct.
The following we give as the probable
weather for tbe coming week: . ,
Sunday, Ike. 6th. The weather will be
quite cold, and a strong westerly wind
will be accompanied by snow. ,-.
Monday, Dec. 9th.-"She wind will -ieeu-tinue
from a westerly direction, but will
moderate in force. The weather will con
tinue cold, and there will- ptobably be
snow.
Tuesday, Dec. 10th. The weather will be
much the same as on Monday, although,
perhaps, the thermometer will indicate a
somewhat lower temperature. The wind
will change, and most likely blow from
the Northeast and West.
Wednesday. Dec lUa. With a variable
easterly wind, tbe weather wilt moderate
materially, ana tne a ay win probably be
dry, temperate and cloudy.
I nursaau, JJec. Vlth. There will be no
material change in the weather ifrvm -that
of tbe day before; -! -i""- - " -- s-
f ridav. Dec. lath. The weather will
continue dry, temperate and cloudy, but
there will probably be a strong wind from
an easterly direction.
Saturday. Dec 14t7u The wind will
change to a westerly quarter. The weath
er will be dry and moderately mild, with
ciear KyiJ.-i.fs J is I tj -"!.. i. ujti.
AMO OUR NEIGHBORS. ; '
The location of a Catholic Church in this
place is a fixed fact Mr. F. E. Stevens,
an employee of the P. & Y. R. R. lost his
pocKet oook ccm taming about Sis. 700. a tew
days since.... The new pastor ot the M.
E. cnurca, here, Kev. J. n. yuwart, i
winning golden opinions, not only from
the members of the church, but from the
public generally. : . .A large Newfound
land dog carries the mail between llaves
ville and Ashland, a distance of e'igbt
miles A little child, four years of age,
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jourdan. fell into a
boiler containing scalding water, during
tbe absence of bis parents, and sustained
injuries from which he will probably not
recover On Tuesday evening last, a
large number of the relatives and friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Eldredge, met
at tne residence ot the latter tor tbe pur-
uuw ui uuemauuK men vruiueu n tMiuinir.
Western Reserve Times.
A number of laborers on the railroad be
came involved in a hard fight in front of
tbe Chardon bouse on Monday evening, iu
which telling blowis were freely ex
changed. Cause benzine Fines $20,00
The Board of Education have con.
traded with tbe Novelty Iron Works of
oieruug. Illinois, tor seats lor ail tne
rooms of tbe new-School, house except the
cnapei me inesDian troupe nave com
menced rehearsing for their first play.
ireauya jsemocrai.
The Leetonia Iron and Coal Co., Cham
berlain 4 Matthews, and tbe Leetonia
Hanking company, have failed. Their
liabilaties, it is said, amount to over five
Hundred thousand dollars The report
that the banking house of Wick. Bros. &
Co., of this city, were heavy losers by the
Leetonia failure, is. as we Are triad to sa.v.
wholly, unfounded,, as that firmdld not
hold a dollar of the paper of any of the
bankrupt firms Thursday night of last
week, the boiler in the Eureka flouring
mill, at New Middleton, in this county ex
ploded. There was no damage, other
than to tbe boiler, done by tho explosion;
but the noise and rapid escape of steam,
caused considerable excitement in the
village for a short time Younystown Jfeg-
Thk friends of the Volunteer . Home
stead Colony pursuant to the call of the
Secretary, held a large and enthusiastic
meeting at the Grand Army Hall on last
Saturday evening. Members of the lo
cating committee who have for some time
been west to select a tit place for the loca
tion of the cnleuy gave their views on the
different scenes visited. We were under
the impression that the Committee would
make some selection in Soutbe-n oi South
western Kansas, and cannot understand
why a majority of the Committee should
point more favorably to the Republican
Fork, or even north of that, but from the
several reports, it appears that none oC the
Committee were fully satisfied-as to- hny
one point, owing in a great measure to the
attitude assumed by the several railroad
companies, but all pointed more favora
bly northward. AVe are informed that the
Association selected three different loca
tions on three dili'eront railroad, and the
committee appointed wore instructed to
negotiate with tho railroad companies in
reference to transportation lauds, etc.
Another meeting will be held Saturday,
Dec. 14th On Wednesday niorninsr Mr.
J. C. Sawyer while engaged in polishing
forks at the Tool Works, got his right eye
put out by the tine or a fork, Tbe shank
of tle fork; hit tlie emery : wheel,, throwing
it .tine upwards striking just bulow the
eye and glanced out above Uaueva Times.
The Ashtabula Tlow Handle Works, W.
A. Ellis, proprietor, is one of the manu
factories which particularly benefit our
village The subject ofcloslug the places
of business is agitating tbe minds of our
citizens . . .George B. Seeley, former oom-
maader ol -Post Crass, tiwnrt t siny-f Aha.
KepuDiic. was in town recenuv me
Ashtabula, Young-sto-vrrt' tscT Pittsburgh
Railroad Company have. procured ' a new
engine to be employed iu gravelius: the
roao, tating tne place ot tne one wrecKea
in Rome. The spike which threw the lat
ter locomotive from tbe track, has been
found, and it is possible that it was pur
posely placed there. Ashtabula Sentinel.
Btarlne. - ...., -.., , :
While outside. Captain Keith. ' of the
schooner Collingwood, went aloft -to as
sist in reefing. When on the foremast
head be lost his hold and fell a distance of
sixty feet to the deck. He was picxed up
and taken into the cabin,- and, strange to
relate, was found to have sustained no
dangerous injury. His head was bruised
and one of his ankles sprained, but be
yond this complained of uotbing. Friday
afternoon, he was on the street, and be
yond a slight limp no one would detect an
aliment of any kind. , So narrates the Chi
cago Inter-Ocean. :
.uispatcnes state tnac tne sc. lawrcnce
canals are cloed And the boats ail laid
up. The Wetland Canal is about alosed,
with from two to three inches of ice, . .:
The leg of a man was seen stlckinst out.
of a cake of ice, weighing ten tons or more.
near tne ueacn at smoke .vreeav-it too
vicinity of Buffalo, says the f xore&s, on
Monday of this week. 'The men went to
work and with the aid of axes, picks and
other sharp instruments succeeded imin,
covering the? body of a man in a nude
state. On lifting, him out it was found he
had on a pair of gaiters, and on his wrista
were iouna tne wrtstoanas 'or 'a orue
checked shirt which were' held' n toy
means of two rubber bands. Mela of slim
build, about twenty: three- year ef. asje.
tion it wajz found t.bnt. thft aknll vu bur
the scalp being entirely gone. The affair
w as Hifeeuiir uuiuuiuuicausu w uariKH in
this city, and Coroner. Morrow was noti
fied. The coroner procured a coma and
started after the body, and upon jeturn
ing placed it in Kraft's morgue on Huron
street. It is supposed that the man is the
captain of Hie ill-fated- barge forest Queen,
lost November 8th, and if 60, his) same rs
William Walker,. A. resident of Detroit."
The ooroner has telegraphed to Mr.; Blod
gett, and it i expected be will. arrive Jaere
to-day. ' The mate, William Steva, twa
seamen named 4. Ai Straub and. Alfred
01dfield,aud tbe colored eoak. Ufrog Rose
are still missing.
Nearly U the yeasels -exeeptrUioae.eu-
gaged in local trafltc are laid up- Disas
ters are numerous and -snany Bvs have
been lost beside much valuable -property.
Of vessels owned by;partierjrn ttaisyrcin-
lty the r. K. Gardner is laid tip at Kunalo:
the City of Painesville at ClevelauaJinci ,
the s. S. Osburne at Chicago.
It will pay you tb come and frsdewith
me. " . - ". ' --- t. P. White,
73-2
Ladies come and see for yourselves thai
our stock of Silks,Telvets,BlaCk Alpacas,
oic, is tne largest m town. , s.l
P. Pratt ij&Oi
ted1.
Mknb water proof Kip Boots, warrsin
73-2
'Ttr". WnTIEi
BsiNGin your dried apple&l we, will pay
cash or trade,
l
.73-2 r ' w .:, : l.-.-MI I-
We have a! full stock ot ' Blacks Gkrfd'
Mixed, Green, Gray Plumb and Naft) 'Blu4
Repellents;?;! ' - ' 1K pKAtr&Cfti
Gbnts fcall and .see the'Eatana7''Bpot
Superior to any thing for, winter."0wea,rrj ' I . ,
:,73-2.;,;; j ;;;'A,4.t:r f.Wikrr;J -,-.
. r t-t-: .v i -.
For everything in the line of-Fall Hats,
go to Paddock's, 221 Superior street,'
Cleveland,', .; Tt'nTff
; Mjems,, WQmens and childpena Ajtie. Oyer
Shoes; a large assortment.- --.ih,niri j .
; . ' i '.. - !; ui r,ir.-. i
' A full line of Dress Goods in-all the fash
ionable styles and shades ast retelvidi' j
' Ladies caU' and 3ee th .haudsouieBt
Button and Lace Boot, tbe latest style and
perfect beauty- , .-, aF-..'Wh.itbJ ',,
73-2 -x I -
, - il i v Sit
; Every variety- Ladies,Tnr,l!M!ffs.
and bands jiist received at T. padddfels's
No. 221 Superfor street lev-ela-n'd 0'.'(j 63
We keep the ever popular brand '6tcL
uet and Doofd' France ini. black -Grps
drain Silks,. Ladies come and ilook at
at them. f.i;s vi: -.;,.! i , P. Pratt -Ce.i
' ; 1 i : J -I I
: Tm ladies of the. Baptist .Church..' wOl
give- a u oyster supper on ffriday ventug
next, December 13; at the Lecture "Room.
or theChnrcb.1 All areinvited.. '" 74-tt, r
.; 1 : ' r.u :--:i.t. i ; ';;;! uu. j ,
Ladies' Furs in every style' and every
pH8e7trom'Them"oSt costly set down to the?
cheapest, can always be found in endless
H arlatifes at T. bvPkldcVf ai 2 jsipMor
: I ' 1 i L r l . ajj- li.a t
stre'et,iClevelafl
nd: o; " '
Sure curb for the Epizootic There
is.nfc iudkt klowu,j lug ibis fact
should not keep people from going to P.
Pratt & Co's for dry goods. Remember
they will not be undersold. j
i ';. i i V'j l iiStiVl J ,
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 TvS;1 Paddock,' 221 Supe'
rior street, Cleveland, O. CS
We have the largest and best sedated
stock! dlsEnglisli Friich and Ahiiilan
cloths for Gents, now in Lake Co., an
have superior faculties for making them
up in first-class style.
P. Pratt & Co. !
Mr. C. M. Cook the clerk at the Cowles
House has purchased the Cigar Stand at
that place and will keep the Very bst,
brands of cigars made,, while hisTprices
will be as low as the lowest: . Oentleineii
giye him a call, -..m . -; .i;..i a -tuiir7l" '
-
The purest and s;et;tet Cod-i,iver Oil
is HazaTd -Caswell's; made on the sea
shore, from f resh,, selected iivers, by Cas
well Hazard ft' Co.'j'NewJiTork.- Itfis ab
solutely, pure 'itttAttiiiu' Patent owho
have once taken it! prefer It to all others
Physicians have decided it superior to
any ofthe ot heroi Is in tearket;!" 12W73, '
'.- Those desiring any and every .variety
of Plain and Fancy Job Printing, will find
it to their advantage to call , at the JouRi
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.
Chapped hands, face, rough skin, piin-j
plees, ringworm, salt rheum, and other;
cutaneous . aU'ectiens cured -and the skin
made soft and smooth, y using the Juni-,
per Tar Soap, made bv Caswell, Hazard1
Co,, New ;Tilrk. Be, feertarhjlb get'tye'
Juniper Tar S6ap, "as" 'there are many
worthless imitations made with common
taiv" -. vt l tit; . rSwTB:
For your Fall and Winter purchases of
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Mnffs'and
"all sich," go fo T. S. Paddock's, No. 221
Superiot Vtreet.S Olettkliid. Sit sapbllVr
stock kept constantly on hand, and prices
guaranteed to be. aa low as .the lowest.
Satisfactiou warrautod in every instance.
Don't fail to call." . . .. . 63
'I ,i A l lf W "fJT"
Somewhere on Main street or the Park
a gold badge set .with, et. .The body of
the pin Is composed of the two Greek let
ters Zeta anJ 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 keopsake and memen
to ajrtnvara Jwfoiad bju( paid fo)ts j re
covery much greater than its mere intrin
tic value would warrant,
. I --'1
' '..Messrs, Jas. AVi'Cars6u',& Co.,'2C7 Siiue,
rior St., Cleveland, -Ohio, call the ntten.
tlon of the jieople of .this, city, to' the Vai
large assortment of boys and youths ready
made clothing, which thuj lire offering at
low arises j also a 4nlltaek of mans l, AAA.
ness and dress suits, ready made, equal to
custom work. This house make a speci
ality ol ready made Qyavats,in all yrades
from tho lowest llblest pj-icesj WWJ
believe It Is' olieapeV and easier to get
your supply or clothing in this way, than
In any other. Remember that we ofler the
largest BtojclfjjtUmtUy, fj'trin h&& Uxssi
loot, mid respectfully Invite inspection or
the same. J48. W. Cakson & Co.
tu-ia.
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-FINANCIAIs.
ISONETARI.
, - Journal Oftioe, Dec B, 187.
The hard and close condition of the local mon
ey market is still unabated. The means for re
lieving the extremely active demands for cur
rency are still very inadaquate. Deposits are
light and banks experience difficulty in extend
ing favors to their best customers. Exchange is
active but in short supply. AU branches of busi
ness suffer from the close condition ofthe market
and but few business men look to an improved
condition in the market until the close ofthe
year.'' '
The following are the closing prices for Coin
and Securities: -
BuTintr
Selling
113
109
107
117X
113
113
113
116
116
116
109X
Gold...., US
Silver lartre 107
Silver small............. ..v 103
Sixes lof 1881 coup.. 116J
nve-Tweuues (!'-) ex-coup iiz3
Five-Twenties (1864) ex-cou.p 112x
Five-Twenties (18K5) ex-nou. (old) . 11X
Five-Tweatie (1865)ex-coup(Bew).115M
I.-; T--.... ..... ,'i jr, ....... ii
Five-Twenties (18B7) coup.... 115)i
Five-Twenties (1068) conn J15
TenForrtes ex-coup .'. 108jJ
Canton v. . . .106-
Root Island ,
New Jersey Cent.lOS
Wabash...... ...... 69
do. preferred.. 80
Fort Wavne....... 93 K
Terre Haute...... 15
-do preferred 35
Chi. AJtou 110
-do preferred:. .113
Ohio A Miss ..... 46
CUC 89
Burrn 4 Ouincv. .137
Westem L nion IB
Quicksilver i t)C
Adams' express, . .
Weirs Fargo Ex. ; W
United States Ex. . '81 j
Pacific Mail .. 847
K Y. Central : : V.-. 96
do. . Breferred. . j 73 .
Harlem..:... .r:.T17
do preferred..-.. 195
I Lake Shore. 93
Michigan (Uv
116 -
Indiana central..' S3
Illinois Central... 198
Union Pacific 37
Cent. Pae Bonds. .101
Union Bonds ..... 8S
DeL& Lackaw'a., 94
Clevec A Pitta ... . .
88 .
8S
53
76;
North Western. . .
preferred.-..
at.rul.;-. ,.w...i;
f HaT-trH Erie!
COMMHRCIAIs.
PAirrvrn.iK mahket.
. -I...;.--, .jovBKAi.pFrrcB.Dec. Sth 6 P. M.
,,Tue market, Aas been, eharactised during the
past weekhyaa activity instriking contrast with
the general dullness that .ruled during the past
fortnight, rutious nave been firm at an ad-
vaaea over last week's .- figures of a heavy per
ceatage.. ;,!, ,,.; !.,!'-.
Wheat and Hour have gene tip and wh ile they
remain pw na figures there is an upward
tendenqr visahtouiu ,-WUl undoubtedly , soon
hsa-rbie.. bmtttiw l--i''''.v-.i-..J,V''-! -
r. . iyuy lux. . oejiiuK. .
XX Snrinr Wheat Fldtor.V. T 0O
XX Red Winter do . . v 8 60 "
XXXAaletA .0 da . ....; M -XXX
Wfedta- ...Wid.,',,.. 11 00 ' i
Rye" ' i. ; do .... , toov : ..
Granani Ffonr per'bbl:'. f . .-.J 9 SO
Buckwheat Ksooe perbl. 7 11 00
Corn MilEr .y.26u00fWou ; 1 40 . ;
Chop -Feed., .if ..-. :'fMW tn 1 40 ' ;
oai vper m. . . .ULf-iv.. 1 ' sra i
So. 1- Mackerelviex H bhl, . . . j . . 13 00 v
NiwhiteFisKWjitbpL ' ' 6 so ' '
fout, per &V6ft.-.'..V- ' ' ' 5 40 i
Petatens, -.j.-. SO i : ' : M ' .
White Wheat. .r-vJ. S0-. ,. 165
fied.Wheat...",T..' .l 'r.t 40 . i 55 .
Buckwheat-.. .V.-;vi. 90"'-' 1 00 -
Itye."..L... ' 115-
uorn, jxew,4 to res .... 40
Oats, .'. 85
BatMriU.J...:.h;5i-.... 15 -
Tjird . .. .... . . S
40
83
12
16
8
19
14 .
10
TaVew . .V.'.' M . 1
sChsekenatjft Bi...;..j ..i.V 10
Uams. it.. ...i....i. ...12
Uouiaer..;,w.M;- . .8
Dressed Hogs; : :'.-..:..5'00
BeefU.aii.ua .vit.wii...t.6 00S SU
Beans .....
.,1 952 00
S 95
6
Uned Apples .' V. . .
t....;14 00 i.H,
"The -"market is rairiy active'' but prices. are
weaker"- if 'not 'absolutely lower.' Our buyers
nave limited ttietr agfent? lit the country td fig
ores from 5 -below those 'q noted last Week.
"with positive oi-denre1 not to exceed' Instructions
in-any lhstanee.,,iW'hHe holders rn other, mar
kets are confident a, net 'refusing concessions,' the
reneral' 'tone is dullness,' and manufacturers are
still deotfifng to' purchase largely.' We quote
505Sci as the enrrent prices oflVred by buyers
in this market. -.-!; i - i-
Westarir'
Restrre Clieese market,
Tat folkowingnce billing prices of dealers np-
tn brdere, prioei paid i by ithe samete producers
being Xram lc te l-c lower: i '.
WiLliNCTCW.-Billihs; prices of 'factory are
ranging from 14 to 15c , Dealers are paying 12
12 for saine unboxed. ,
'Soldi. We quote prices unsteady at 1218
buying-, bifling 1314. Butter steady at 25(3
2C.:i -:.,. ,...r, -1 ., -,,
-iAcbora Market very quiet snd dull .with
hilling prices iieminallv at 1314
, Bavinn A-Market is quiet. Orders are filled
at 144(g)15c. for prime factory. ... ...
' Hr PSON.-mhe cheese market is dull and weak
-with priees Mnehanfeed. We quote billing 14
14JaeooDdig tqaatity. i '
Notice of Appointment, :
JSstate qf Jtph Upaon, deceased.
THE undersigned has; been appointed and
qualified-as Administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Job Upson, deceased, late
of Lake County.!)' i'i i-t.i " - .
, .Dated the 4th 4ay of December, A. D. 18T2. .
-'' ' f i nrt , i - nn- i. r-. -1., t . r-... i .
ti-Ttrl
i r
IpDWAKD FBENCH.
ifTiShave te'ned a Coal Yard at the Palncs-
fYviUc ana 'Yonngstown Railroad Depot,'
Bacbmend.'Streetf and- shall ' keep on hand the
uesc qualities oi soit iai. j?or -sate Dy tne ton
or car load at lowest prices.
63-115- s.'t B. iioCoBliiCK-AQO., Aients.
-.11 A il. wAgBfoW!, N. V., kov. ii, isra.
Ttr H.'critfBrAicii Agent, Painesville, O. "
THeA'rTraToW'rrRii'lKsrRAscn Coxpant,
ha rib losses ton. Assetts over $43o,ooo
i: sr.T.iJiw !tiin-lesH.Waite,Gen'l'Agt
J) fu-iO atfl l vii'imui J- '! --i
: - L'T '-?:? : !:.: ..
rrHIS second large conflagration is one more
i t--- -Knit iaAhe-elmm of evidence that the Wat-
eutown, conuuins; its business as u does, to
Prrvafaf eiidehces and Farm Property risks.
lis the Safest Compan.t a -which', to Insure
your uomcsteau. , . ,
S iUe. fv i.J-o'X..r.V.'i.. . . . -..
if
umce : wncox isiock, up atairs.
Jl-ra-2 . C. .BfitASil,. Itent.
' ! ;Oi THday evening,' December 8th,
f Wlteelei?, tfc Thompson
'"Will open at CHTtDS HAtL,- a School for
Instructions in, U.he latest Styles of Dances.
.. .Regular class instruction will commence at
7 o'clock, every evhin if and close at 9. After
she regular claei is. tLuisked there be given a
dance from 9 to 12 J : ,. , , :
Tenits of W-elve lessons, per couple,":...... fU5 00
Ladieveach,- --'- - a 00
' 'l!usic; "w"lieeler A Thompson's Full Band. !
.. j -i-j.ii: . n H -. . W-M.g
Iyertible ; Troughs !
Took tue Premium at th Fair.
. The cast-iion heads oan be nsed with slab er
plank. ,. Slat) is best, being cheaper, and will not
check or spring.
I sell the beads at IS per set. They can be had
by applying at Tattle A Crane's, Painesville, O.
A. and Danoa's : store, Kirtland. O., or at the
residence ot the subscriber, Mentor Avenue.
F. J. .GOLDSMITH,
Box 615., . .. i , Painesville. Lake Co., O.
. : i-f t.-i t-;. - t; ...... i ? : , . (
IiA.' PORTER
m .... i. -i'- ......
Invites Attention to his FALL
PURCHASES of
i. . .1 . :t ,- His Stock or
ME'S YOUTH'S, BOY'S, and CHILDREN'S
-.:-
SUITS, OVERCOATS, ' ',
PANTS and VESTS, a
In Mkdivm and Fine Goods is tvry targ, select
ed with irreat tare, unusually well made, and
will please all who want a yoati artMt ut eow
prut,- - "
. -. i i
.i.i-i ',-, 7" -:
...'! . t, . t . ,. ,r i - -. . ' 'i
Also a Complete Stock of
i..M i' .-.- . .
Hats, Caps, anU Mcns
i j .! -.!.' h vt:!. i. '4 . ' 1
' Furiif$7iino Gootls,
- .f.-i -i ; -.,VriIXXX..BLOCK, , .
',;..- 1 . ..: i ..i , .
ti n, ' 102 Slain Street.
n! 1 1 J.ltl '-ii I . ...
PAU.'STII.LB, Dsno, Sep. 90, 1879.
- M-1S-81.9 -,.
Notice This!
Warner & Mastick.
The Narrow G-auge Store
AND THE
Side Track Auction Stor,
Nos. 166 & 141
STATE STREET, PAINESVILLE, .,
Are now supplied with
All Kinds of Merchandise.
Dry Goods,
, Notions,
Crockery,
Teas I
Withal a general stock of Goods, all "
Bo ught at Low Figures
; 1 ; And to be sold acordingly!
We use no common, cheap flattery such as of
- fering to our customers a spool of thread,
'. or something of that kind, a little
cheaper than our neighbors, .
but we sell anything
' in our stock
; - - - Cheap.
. .. Special Bargains in
WHITE GOODS, : EMBROIDERY,
LINEN GOODS, SHEETINGS,
PRINTS, COTTON ADES,
LINEN CHECKS, LINEN DRILLS
CROCKERY, ' TEA,
SOAP, ROPE. & TAR
In connection with the "NAEEOW GAUGE "
we occupy
Store No. 141,
Next to James H. Taylor's Grocery, where, aside
irom our regular shock, we nave tne
Finest Lot of Chromos !
. Ever offered in town.
ALL NEW SUBJECTS
' . '. , . , AND WELL FRAMED.
To those desirous of ornamenting their par
lors and making home attractive, we will say
that these Chromos are of
FinSTE QUALITY
AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
Our aim is to help customers to Goods at LOW
FIGURES. Our buyer, D. WARNER, Jr., has
had practical experience in lootaug up bar
gains, and knows now to secure them.
" GOODS WELL BOUGHT
ARE HALF SOLD.
WARNER & MASTICK,
16C STATE STREET. . i
-97-18 '
To the People of Lake Co.
THE WEED
" FAMILY FAVORITE "
; Sewing Machine,
With its new and valuable improvemects, is be
. j . yond a doubt the
SIMPLEST, LIGHTEST RUNNING,
EASIEST TO OPERATE AND
MOST DESIRABLE MACHINE
' . IN THE MARKET.
. No Part is Operated
by Spring. Every
- Motion is Positive.
- The Attachments are the
Simplest & Most Complete
Made. Ladies, you should certainly
try the WEED before purchasing, .
and you will not be sorry you did so.
By addressing
GEO. FOI.WEIX
114 MAIN ST., PAINESVILLE, O.,
You can have a Machine
Brought to Your House!
Anywhere in Lake county inside of three days,
when you can give it a thorough trial and
, see what the machine is yourself.
Remember it will cost you .
nothing, provided
the machiue
don't suit
you.
SEE WHAT THE
Ladies of Painesville Say
ABOUT THE WEED:
"ITTE the midersi jrnod, having used the "KAM
V 1LV FAVORITE" in our families from
three to lire years, constantly, would gar that
our machines have never been out of ordor al
ways ready to do any kino or tout; never cost
anything for repairs, and we think it the best
and most desirable machine iu the market.
Every lady should try it before uurchasiui;.
Mrs.D. B.Clay wvx, Mrs.C. Shki-hkud,
" W.C.Twdki., J. o.Martin,
" L. W. AcKi-KY, " H.C. Nki.lis.
: o :
Itont fbrpet the place. Jofrkai. Ofllce,
MAIN STREET, PAINESVILLE, O.
PLAIN AND FANCY
MACHINE STITCHING-
DONE TO ORpER.
-in-i8
Boots and Shoes?
ONE of the Largest and Best Selected stock
Goods In this line ever "brought into this
market, is now open for the
Pall and Winter Trade
At tho Store of
J. B. COULiACOTT,
Dealer in and manufacturer of -all the latest
styles of Men's, Women's and Children's wear.
No. 86
Main Street, next door to Lako County Bank.
Particular attention will be paid to
CUSTOM WORK I
Prices as Cheap as the
Cheapest. Call and see.
4S-95-8
HOWER & HIGBEE
. Will offer in White Blankets. ' .
Swiss 104,
Family IO-4,
Wamtatta to. 4, -Wimuspes;
10-4,
Westein 10-4,
Saxemvrllla 10-4,
i:aIlf rniai lO-4,
F. F. B. 10-4. '
Cocbltuate 11-4,
Saxon vilie 1 1-4,
California 11-4,
Silver Medal 11 4,
Oolelen Oates ll4,
San Francises) i 8-4
. . . F. F. B. 12-4,
Golden date 14-4.
The above comprises the best stock Of white
blankets ever shown in this oity. The prices on
anumber of these leading makes are fully S5 per
cent, below the prices usually charged for the
same goods. Attention is called to a lot of about
100 pair of all wool 10-4 blankets at $3 25 per
pair, certainly very cheap.
- ' . ' - ; . i --. 4,. . -
We have also a full line of Gray Blankets
from $1 25 i about half their value), to 5 j per
pair.
About 100 Horse Blankets in the 6 00 quality,
will be sold at 4 60. .. . . .
Lap Robes in handsome patterns at very low
prices,
HOWER fc HIGBEE,
238 & 24:0 :
STJPERI O E; ST.
CLEVELAND, O,
87-89-61 -i
Deckand & Euleliart,
FASllIOKABLE
HATTEixs & Furriers
Silk Hats, Caps, and Ladies''
Fine Dress Furs Made to ,
Order on short notice. ... .
A FULL AND COMPLETE LIKE OF
iFALL STYLES OF '
HATS and CAPS,
For Gents' and Youths' wear. . .
We nse the Celebrated FEENCH OONFOBM
ATEUB, in Fitting GKNT3 Silk Hats ,
154 Superior Streeet,
Opp. Weddell House, ' . ' ,"
G6-79-4
HART & MAX ONE,
Manufacturers
.', OF.: -
Fine
. - ' - ' i - -" . i- , ; 5i it
: - - V
FU R NI T TJ R E.
103, 105 As 107 Water St,,
30, 32 tfe 34 St. Clair St,,
Cleveland, O. .1
3-8-8
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
SPMAR'S IMPROVED
Revolving Light & Anti
Clinker Hot Base.
This stove has been greatly improved In the last
year. It is simple in construction. And one ot
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 tire-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 upiier
most light revolves, so there is no smoking of
the upper mica lights. No other stove has this
improvement. Call and examine it before pur
chasing elsewhere, and gut a good article and
save money.
Also a large full and complete assortment of
COOK STOVES,
For Wood and Coal.
Elevated Ovens of various style. Sheet-iron
Heating Stoves of all kinds, plain Suit Coal
Moves and open Franklin Soil Coal
Stoves. A full and complete stork of '
all kinds vf fcheet-lron Ware
always ou hand, l'lain
TI3ST WARE,
And all kinds of .
BRASS WARK. COAL HODS, OIL CLOTH
of various patterns.
Particular attention given to
ROOFiira,
And all kinds of .
J"OB WORK
1XNK IM FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
Cull and examine my stock before purchasing
elsewhere, ami get prices ami see a good article.
1 return mv tiiank to mv numerous patrons
for their patronage, and still solicit a continu
ance or the same.
XseS'Kcmombcrthat I am in my SEW STORK,
ophite the l'ainesville Mills.
143 and 147 State St.,
r-Al.NKSVlLLE, OHIO.
S. ANDREWS.
6-M-01-1

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