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STRANGER'S GUIDE. GENERAL DIRECTORY. UEXTIXTRY. Ml,. WKIIiMT-DENTlST. . Chardon, Ohio. office F. Noye term expires ;overnor, Edward Jjnuarv . 1874. Lieutenant-Governor,.! aeob Mueller; term ex pires Jauuary lr7k ... secroiarv of stale, Isaac, Sherwood; term ex pires February 1673. Treasurer oi 'State, I-aac Welsh; term expires February lsf.i. Auditor of State, -lames Williams; term ex pire February ls.'i. ... Comptroller of Treasurer, t . 1. IV d-on; term expires February 1874. . Attorney General, rancis Ik Poud; term e.x l.iies February lSil. Commissioner or Schools. Tbomas V . Harvey; Term expires .Tauuary 16:5. Board of Pnblic Works, Itu-har.I li. Porter, term expires 1S.8; Phillip P. Hcrziiig; term ex pires lS;4;Mepken K. Uosmer.terin expires IW73. I', b. A-scssor, Joel Doulittle. Ollico over lioleomb & Gould's 'l'in shop, Main street. COt'XTV OHICtHS. Judge of Oimtaon Pleas, Judge of Probate, County Cleik, - Sheriff, - Deputy Sheriff, Treasurer, Recorder, Prosecuting Attorney, -Auditor, flinty Surveyor, County Cominf5ioners, -Coroner, M. C. Caskikld - t;. N. TCTTLK l'EKKY IJOSWOBTH SAMIEL WIRK J. M. BENJAMIN I, S. CHILDS I. EVERETT - A. I- TlNKKR IS. D. CHEfXEY - K. llUNTIMSTON iSIMEON C. HltkOK VBNEB M. I'AKXLE tELI Ol.llS J itMKs ll. Taylor city of fici:h. ilavor. Clerk, Marshal. Conocilmen, PfcWIT BO'WORTH . p. sanford Frank oiaxt Street Commissioner, J iistiees of the Peace, Infinnary Directors, - (C c. I'aiok .1. JKBOXK A. II. G AKP1 I 1.. I I w. ' K .4 N I a- KFIELD I I!. if. W OOIIMAN 1 S. k. GRAY I V. W. Dinoltt I'K.tNEI-IN ROIIK t lt 111 NTISUTC Ill.O HARRIS CAVENDISH iS. T. L1DII 'John McCleli.anp (franklin eouek3 HOARD or Klrt'CATloy, E. K. SrAriniKO, Ha. H. C. BEAKD81 it. P. SAMEORD, D. W. MEAO, S. A. Tiaivx, TV, S. R. IforRK, A. L. Tin A nil. Prl urinal President Secretary BOAR O or M'M OOI. EX ft I MEIM. II. C. Beardsloy, Hold meetings John W. John ci.eoo Tyler. for examination of teachers at High School ISuilding, I'liiiie-vitU-, ou the last . Saturday in every month except July suid Au gust, at 9 o'clock A. u. II. Ise ,kiii.ey, President. John W. Tyler, clerk. PIWTOIHtE. WINTER A R It. A VG E M E N'T. OFFIOK HOI KS : From 1 'i A.M. to P.M.; Sundays 1? M lo I P.M. MAILS DEPART : Going East, - - 12:01 P.M. and 11 :ia P. M. IMiikWpiI, - t 5:10 A. M. and -0a P. M. levcland, (special) ... 12:50 P. M haid...i, ------ 2:00 P. M. liildletleld (Mondays ami Tuesday), 7:00 A. M. MAILS arrive: From East, - - 5:-W A. M. and (1:02 P. M. From West, - - 12:01 P. M.and 11:14 P. M. C leveland (special), - - - 5:01P.M. liardon, - - - - - - 1 -M A. M. Middlelield (Tuesdays and Fridays), 50 P. M. Letter should he left at the Postofllce ON HOVK BEFORE MAILS DEPART. Letters will be ready for delivery onr half hour after trains arrive, except mails received at night, which will be delivered next morning. Letters placed In the Ontslde Letter Itox up to ft o'clock P. M. will lie sent by the night mails. UKOKUE U PAINE, P. A. lux. 14. 14. . .. I.akeKhiirenuii Michigan Doutkem Kail way. (ASSENtiF.lt TRAINS WIT.I, follows until further notice: ' GOIXO EAST. ItCN AS Atlantic lay Cinc'tti .Special stations. Express Express Express X. Y. Ex lleveland. 7.45a.m. 11.05a.m. 4.(Vp.m. 10S0p.m. Wlllou'h'v 11.42a.m. Painesvilfe angA.M. 12.01 a.m. 5:01p.m. 11:12p.m. Malisou . . . Geneva.... 12:tP.M. Ashtabula.. 0.25A.M.l14-IiOp.M. 51p.m. 12.00m. (.ivar.l ..... 10.11a.m. i l:-1fp.M. 6:-1p.M I4:4ka.m. Erie 10.10 am . 8:10p.M. 7:10p.m. 1.15.am. 2 UOIXU WEST. Sp'lt;hi Tolerto 1'acitlc Steam STATI0N3. cago Ex Express Express boat Kx Erie 3.85a.m. 9.50A.M. 8:5P.M. 1.05a.m. Ashtabula.. 4.51a.m. 11.14a.m. o:14p.m. S.Ma.m. Ueneva 14:0Up.m. 3.1a.m. Madison.... 14:'3Ip.m. Perry 12:Jp.m. Painesville ft.40A.M. 12:5fir.M. fi:(KP.M. 4.08a.m. Willou'h'y Iop.m. 4.:)a.m. Enclid 1:51p.m. Cleveland.. 8..T5A.M. 2:2iip.m. 7:00p.m. 5.20A.M ASHTABUI-A ACCOSIMODATION STOPS AT ALL STATIONS. Vv'sClevelnnd 4.30 p.m I L,'v's Ashtabula 6i5a.iii Ar.at Aslitalnilat.lOp.m I Ar.at level'nd B.l0a.m. Tin's train goiug east passes Painesvllle al 5:37 P. M. Going west passes Palnesvill at 7;4 Am n. ERIK ACCOMMODATION. L'v's Cleveland 6.30a.m I Ar. at Erie 10.30 a m. L'v's Erie 4.05 p.m. Ar.atClcvel'nd 8.05p.m. This train going west passes Painesville at 6:51 P. M. Going east passes Painesville at 1:43 A. AI. The Special Chicago Express rnns daily except Hie 1:45 a. m. train from Cleveland u'nd the 8:i0 p. m. train from Erie runs on Sundays. CIIAS. PAINE.Uen'l Sup't. Gainesville and Tonnrilawii Rail Road. (ASSEXGETt TRAIMS Wli.T. follows until further notice; NOBHTWARD. RUN AS PASS. PASS. FRT. STATIONS A.M. P.M. A.M.. Leaves Ch.irdon G:45 4:00. 10:30 ' Clark's K:57 4:14 10:50 " . Little Mounlaiii. . MB 4:40 I0:5S Concord 7:09 4:241 11 KHi " Viaduct ' .... 7:21 4:3T.ill:Sl Arrives at Painesville-. . . .... 7:95 4:Rill:-ia SOPTH WARD. PASS PASS. FRT. STATIONS A.M. P.M. P.M, Leaves TainesviUe 9:011 5:21 8:00 " Viaduct :0t 5s45 8:10 . ; i . t.onconl. . .-.i. " :1 5:37 8:48 ' ' Little Monuiain .'. 9:40 5:45 8:3M Clark's 9:4S B:4'.l 8:4 Arrives at Cliardon 9:40 6:01 8:05 Connects with Lake shore Trains. Knot and AVest at Tt3:i A. M., anil at 4:59 and :U0 P. M. - ' ' J. C. S1IARPLKSS, t:iiicf Engineer and Superintendent. ciiritmi.si. A 1. i Wll.U, IIENTImT. Office over XJL Lee s Drug store. Main st, Painesville. i. iirii.i.i tn it. ravLER. dentist. fV Milwaukee Itlock, over Lock wood Jlroth- crs' store. Paiucsrillc Ohio. H'l MfSZC-tL. J J. PRATT, DEALER IN' ALL KINDS of Musical iMstruments, Sheet Music, etc-, f KOBUE BIHT IS AN D-M ASTER OF IT tlie Paiucs illc t.ornet lSund. Instruction riccn on all kinds of Wind and Stringed Insti ll. niente. Music arrungcil foranynumlnrror kimls i instruments. Address P. O. ISox s7, Paines- rille, Ohio. 104 riitxiiiRx:. JH SCHWEiVIVIiER, DEALER I X FL'RN'ITC'RE of all kinds, corner of Main and State streets, over French's Grecery, Paines ville, Ohio. Custom Work a secialt. 141 HATS, CAfS, S-t. J II. AVER), DEALER IN HATS,CAPS, Furs. Trunks and-Gent's Furnishing Gootls, Mooley's old staud, 79 Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 104 HOOKS, r. MM. COLBV DEALER IX BOOKS, stationery, Fancy Articles, Wall Paper, Etc., Etc., Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 104 VHOTOitBAfllY. FAZE, PHOTOGRAPHER AND WHOLE SALE Dealer in all kinds of Photographer's stock. Frames,. 4c, at Clapsadel' old rooms, lain street. . rat. PETTnfiEIX,P.VTEN'T AGENT. All husiuess entrusted to me will be promptly attended to. - 104 JO II CAVENDISH Attorney at l.aw, OUice rteuoud story W ilcox Block. 144 7 m71TISiiTO.-, ATTORN E V AND li. Counsellor ut l.aw. Collw tions prompt attendeil to. Otlioe. Moodey' Block, Paines ville, Ohio. ' 104 1TADELER c HARROW, MERCHANT TAILOIta, ami ileaiers in llats, aps, urmshing (,oots, Jtc, MiiwauKee sioce, ainesville, Ohio. 71-123 TWHITAKEB, BOOK BINDER AND Blank Book Manufacturer, third floor, cor ner of Main and St Clair Sts. Painesville, O, 104 -rMITIA tc BRANCH DEALERS If in all kinds of Pine and Hemlock Lum ber, sningies, iatn, x-osts, xresseu ruwnug Siding, Ac. Ottlce 400 State St., Painesville, O.104 AL. UARDHEB, 91. D. HOMEOA . PATHIST and Surceon. Office over liol eomb A Gould's Hardware Store, No. 77 Main street, Painesville, Ohio, umce nours 1 to v A. M.:4to4 and 7 to 9 P. M. Residence corner of Jackson anil St. Clair streets. 104 HH. JACKKOIS, Bff. HOMEOPA- THIST, Young's Block, Painesville, Ohio. Office hours 7 to 9 A. M.. 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. Residence Stockwell House. 104 H. Ll'SE, M. D. Office in Damon's IHIM K, IV 1 1 Ll III I , V 1 1 II,. mill 1 r. 1 n III! a. 11. to 12 11.. and from 1 to 5 p. M. A rood stock of Drugs constantly on hand. Prescrip tions carefully compounded. 107 BOARDING HOUSE, No. 404 State st. D. BENNETT, Proprietor. Large rooms, good accommodations, and not two minutes' walK irom aiain street. w Bktwkex conviviality and slippery pavements New Years was a regular fall y. CONGREGATIONAL CIHTRCH .1. A Daly, P.isioc services on Sunday at 10W A, M.and 7P.M. Clmrcli tonference ou Thurs iy evening at71:s o'clock. Bible Sen'ice, to w liirli old ami voting are invitol, at 12 o'clock M. Walter c. Tiedcl. Supeviuiendent. .ST.J AAfESCHUttCU Redor, Thomas B.Wells, SIaic street. Services 1111. A. .u. and 1 i. M". Sundav Sirhool at 14 'i P. JL Horace Steele, Superintendent. M. E.CHI'I!C1I Yonmans, Pastor. Services fivrv Sfllihnlll at 111'- A. -1. Mill t !i ri 31 sabb'alli School meetsatl4'4 P.M. E.S. Young, tiperiiiteiuient. PAINKSVII.LE PP.OC.RF.SSIVE LYCKt'M A G. Smith, Coiulnctor. Miss I.. Whitinore, Guar- li.lil. Serviws Sabbath at U'i A. M. THE "CHRISTIAN CHUItCH Pastor. .1. W. In ram. Services at 40L- A. M. ami 7i P. M. si.hliHlli School at 14'. 1. if. V. 1). Hvde. .Sn perinteadent. Prayer Meeting on Thursday Tiiu'it t PTISTCIIL'UI II-Pastor. T. R. Peters. Services at 10i A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath ..hii mi 12 M. c. E. Brink. Siineriu- (pii.l. nt. Prayer Meeting every Thursday ever. gang at i n'riuCK.- iT. M A It Y'S II l'BCH,(Catholic) John Tracer, Pastor. Services cicrv Sunday at 8 A. M., 10', A. M. and7; P. M. Sunday School at o'clock J. M. yillTNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN' ASSOCIATION . Library Itooips 71 Main street. , Prayer Meet nig exerj I iiesuay evening. .SOCIETIES. MASONIC. TEM Pl.K LODG E, No. 2), F. ami A. M. Paines ville. 1 Meets the second and toui't Thursday in each month. v . r.. -assou v . at. I'AINESVIl.LE 'H A1TER. No. 46, It. A. M, Meets the llrt and thinl Thursdays iu eacl month. E. Wi Kellv. M. E. II. P. fAIXF..HVU.l.K COCNClIi. No, Hi. Boval and Select -Mast em. Meets Fridays after the tlrst Thursday in eacu month. .1. m, uenjainin, t. 1. u. 31. ' flriLHiUGIlRy LODGE, No,a, F. and A. M, VVillongbby. Stated C'oiiminnicalions on th secuud and f.un-tn Tuesdays iu each nu - W .'L Turner. W. M. ' . . LAKE SHORE LODGE. No. 807. Madison. , staled Communications every second and liiiirth Saturdays of each month. M. .Preston. W. M. PVINESVILLE LODGE, No. 414. Meets on the tecoud and fourth Saturdays of each mouth E. W. Kelly, w. M. - J. O.IO. F.; : ; CORNrcOPIA LODGE, No. 21S, meets Tuesday evenings. Officers S. Andrews, N. G.; W . Doran. V. G.: J. Wilson, K. S.; C. O. Child, P. S. ; D. W, Mead, Treas. UNION ENCAMPMENT, No, 4, meets every alternate Wednesday evening. iiicers-t.. arris, C. P.; W, Dorau, 11. P.; H, It, Morse, , .a. w.; o. winchcii, ,i. .W.VV.O. cniid. Scribe: D. W . Mead. Treas. HOTELS. rrOfKU'ELL MOI'ftK, PAIN ESVILLE J amkscurkknt, frop. umnioustoaii trains BAHBMlta. BBEH.HK has the best BARBER SHOP , iu town, without exception. 01 Main St. 70 AMSSCIE. AIXOUXMYH. CI'OTUIXG. KI.tf HIOBl:, MERCHANT TAI LOR, in the Store lately occuoied bv Fisher, Painesville, Ohio. 104 BOOK. HIKOICR Y. L VMUIiJl. MEDICAL. JtOAKDIXG. LOCAIx ITEMS. Ocr thanks are due to several unknown friends who have lately sent us files of Eastern papers. "Not a s-cent" is a part of the descrip tion of a new deodorizing agent. Perhaps that states its value. 15v special request wc refrain from publishing that poem so generally nown as "The beautiful snow." A new Dramatic Company has been or ganized and it is said that they expect to open at Wilcox Hall within a few weeks. Thursday witnessed a general '"let-up" and now the streets are rolling in all the luxurionsness of slush and trickling rills of snow-water. The annual meeting and election of the .ake Coitnly Agricultural Society, will be held at the Court House in this place on the 18th inst. Ox the 23d Inst the Grand Army of the Republic for the Department of Ohio is advertised to hold its annual encampment at Dayton. We publish this week our carrier's ad dress to the patrons of the Journal, to all of whom are sent the kindliest greet- iucs of the season. Hon. M. . C ankikld has removed to this place, and for the first time in many years our place is to be blessed with a res ident Judge ol the Conrt of Common Pleas. The number of logs daily transported through the town show that the farmers wree busily engaged in making all possible use of tlx; excellent sleighing while it lasted. Ox Xew Years day those excellent fel- ! lows Tom and Jerry were to be found in j various place inciting Iheir ' various ; friends to wonderful trii-ks of uierry-mak- i in. Hut t nard evening they weakened j aud lv midnight had to e:rg each other on. ' WK arc under obligations to D. AV. ! Mead, Secretary of the Lake County Agri- j cultural Society, for a copy oi the Agri- j cultural Report of the ?tate. AVe shall j endeavor to condense some of the most in- j terestina statistics relative to our own I county, iu our uext issue. ; tlx Saturday evening last the residence of Mr. Teachout was entered and three overcoats, that were hanging in the hall, taken by the sueak thieves. As wc have before said, these gentry are quite com mon and it liebooves every one lo keep their doors securely fastened. X:w Years day passed very ,tui.M !y and, save for the greetings exchanged as friend met with friend, there was little to distinguish the day from any other. Some of the business places were closed bnt these were exceptions and as a general thing all went nu as it usually does. The Madison Republicans are becom ing worried lest Mentor shall whiter the prize flag. The complaint is similar to that of the man who was about to be buried because of his poverty and laziness, and who raising up from the wagon as a neighbor offered to give him a bushel of corn, sank back again and told them to drive on as '-it was too much trouble to shell it." Uicd, On Tuesday evening December 27th, at his residence iu Perry, William Gray, Esq. Tite deceased was in the KM year of his age, dii ring which lon j life he bad been a most Honored and respected citizen. For many years he held the office of Jnstice of the Peace in Krie county Pa ami in that oliiee merited and received the name of the "Just Peace Maker," always advising people to come to some amicable settle ment of their difficulties without going to law. Mr. Gray has for many years been a resident of I'erry, whither his past honor and respect followed and with renewed strength atteml.-d him to the day of his death. That the deceased was prepared to meet his God is undeniable, for his was truly an "every dav christian." The fu neral took place from the Disciple C hurch in Perry, llev. J. A. Piily saying t:ic few necessary words. Matty sorrowing, sym pathizing friends followed the remains to their final resting place. Wxare requested to ask the business men to leave directions to their places of residence at the office of one or the other ol the hotels in order that when necessity may require the poliee or night watch can know where to find them. Especially does this become ol importance when, as is fre quently the case, the night watch find stores open at night, and desire to notify the owners. The recent severe storms caused a great blockade of freight on most of the through railway lines and on the L. S, & M. S. R. R. in particular the stoppage was so effectual that at one time almost eight thousand cars were laid up between Buf falo and Toledo. Most of these have now, however, been moved and the amount of freight which was compelled to lie in the freight stations through lack of transpor tation so far lessened that the trouble aud delay may be said to be over, until an other storm. Jaaury Cniiuau Pleas, We are under obligations to our Clerk for the following list of Grand and PeTtit Jurors for the coming term ot Court. OEASIl Jt RORS. James Wright, I.eRoy. Kusscll Heckwith, Painesville. William Hendry, Madison. Stephen X. Ford, Perry. D. JJ. Day, Madison. John S. Morrell, Painesville. AOpner arner, v illougbby. John G. Hazelton, Kirkland. Samuel Mathews, Painesville. Ansel Bartlett, LeRoy. . Henry C. Kand, Madison. John D. Thompson, Perry. G. W. Barton," Painesville. Herbert S. Raplee, Madison. PETTTT JCROR9. Hiram Becker, Perrv. V. S. Bartlett, Paine'sville. Warren Bowen, Perry. W. S. Weed, Madison. , Frank M. Barker, Painesville. CC. Ferguson, Willoughby. X.JO. Lee, Painesville. Dexter Damon, Willoughby. Tower W. Crane, Painesville. Wavne Orton, Perry. K. G. Bonnell, Willoughby. Moses Drake, Painesville. Nathan Rogers, Concord. Chas. H. Hopkins. Willoughby r S. W. Smart, Willoughby. Ox Monday night a company ot young people from this place improved the op portunity afforded by the late heavy fall of snow by taking a ride to Geneva. We are informed that everything passed off as pleasantly as could be expected with but this exception. Betore starting a telegram was seut to "miue host" Tm Tnller to prepare twenty-live suppers. By some blunder of the telegraph operator the message when Mr. Tuller received it, read "seventy-five" instead of twenty-five. The consternation of the inn keeper when the company arrived and the truth was dis covered may be easier imagined than described. Ox Wednesday evening last the congre gation and children of the Sunday School of the first Congregational Church en joyed their holiday festival. Early in the evening all partook of a sumptuous feast in the church parlor, after which all ad journed to the church to listen to a short address by their pastor Jlr. Daly, and to witness a beautiful spectacle iu the way of some sun pictures exhibited by a gen tleman from Cleveland. To which exhi bition tbe scholars of the several Sunday Schoolsof the town were cordially invited. We understand that Mr. Daly was agree ably surprised by a large picture of him self being thrown upon the screen. Every thing passed off pleasantly and to the en tire satisfaction ot all. Rev. J. W. Ingram will deliver, on Sun day Evening, the third of bis course of lectures tn the unconverted, Subject "Scripture Basis of Fellowship with the Charch of Christ." Job work ot every style can be procured at the Journal Job Office, not only ex celling in qualit y of workmanship but also in cheapness. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every instance. Thb Journal Job Office, So'. 1H Main street, is now better prepared than ever before, to do all kinds of letterpress, plain and ornamental printing. Call and examine specimens and prices. Wk have beard that II. L. Barstow has returned to this place for the purpose of accepting a position on the building force of the P. & Y. R. R. If the rumor is true, the road will secure an able and compe tent man, . Ox the 1st inst. J.W.Tyler and H. M Mosher entered upon the duties of their respective offices of Prosecuting Attorney and Sheriff, taking, the places of A. L, Tinker and S. Wire whose terms expireed at that date. ; During the recent heavy snows the pub lic generally were laid under lasting ob ligations to the Street Commissioner and to several citizens, for bringing out thei snow plows and cleaning paths through all the main portions of the town. How pleasant, now a days, to spend the morning hour by sitting in the shade close by tbe croquet ground in the front yard, in your linen clothes, Panama hat and slip. pers, upon the iron settee, aud readin "Dr. Kane's Arctic Explorations." BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ,UBOCJSJtH. r fj. ROOT-DEALER IN GROCERIES, jJX Provisions, Fniil, tufane,ritfci. tea., b Main street, Painesville, Ohio. 104 TH TAYLOR. Jr., DEALER IN GRO a CERIE3 AND PROVISIONS or all kinds. ,ash paid for Butter and Eggs and all kinds of ' Produce. Best at" Flour and Teas kept constant ly on hand. No. 139 Wate treet, Painesville, -Ohio. . 70 ANTZER BROS General 1 Wholesalo and Retail dealers in Flour, Feed, Grain and Previsions,No.l63 State St., Painesville, 0,97 Duriko the past week the store of Hol- corab & Gould has been found with the front door unfastened, on two different evenings. Someone seems either to be in a hurry' to get away or to close up with mind perturbed by visions of the luture. Maxufactoring his own goods, Freitag is now able to furnish the bestof cigars at the lowtet possible price. A good stock of everything In the line pf a tobacconist can be found at his establishment, and those who use the "narcotlnn weed" cannot do betterthan call on him at Xo. 101 Mai street, ' ' '' For the convenience of our law loving friends and those who delight to seek for mythical Justice within the tortuous paths of modern legal practice wc' present the time df holding the several Courts in Ihis district: DISTRICT COURT. In Stark county, on September IStli. In Carroll county, on September 13th. In Columbiana county, ou September 24th. In Mahoning county, on September 29th. In Trumbull county, on September 14th. In Portage county ,on April 2lsr. In Lake county, on April 28th. In Ashtabula county, on April 2!Mh. ' COURT OF COMMON PLKAS. In Carroll county, on Jauuary 5th,Mareh 1st, September 1st. in stars county, on jr eoruary jotn, No vember 10th. In Columbiana county, on January 20th. May 5th, October 20th. in juanoning county, on January otn, May 5th, October 20th. in portage county, on f eoruary a, Jiuv th, October 27th. in 1. ake count v, on January 2,tn, jiav 19th, Xovember 3d. in Geauga coimtv, on January i::iu, .May 51 h, October 20th. In Ashtabula county, on ebruarv 24th, June tb, November 24th. Carriage Licenses. During the past week the following par ties have applied for marriage licenses. Milton H. Rico and Flora M. Pitcher. Eugene F. Shepard and Gertie J. Shat- tuck. Samuel Doolittle and Helen R. Dens- more. Martin H. Winslow and Elnuna Shoe maker. William Reynolds and Sara.i E. Staf ford. December meteorology. We are agaiu indebted to Mr. R, J. Ferris of Little Mountain, for onr Meteorological report. Below we nresent the tables for December, 1878. ' thermometer in Opex air. "The Beautiful Snow." Thb inhabitants of Painesville and vi cinity were not the only people blessed, er cursed as the case may be, by a heavy snow storm. The endless wires tell us of the storm in almost every quarter of the United'States. And in many places such a storm has not been known for many years. New York City found itself clad in a blanket of pure, white snow, such as it had not seen for so loug that the inhabi tants of that busy metropolis had almost forgotten the many thrills of childhood at such - a bluster, such a cloak, wrapped about the holidays. Many were spellbound as they drew aside their curtain and looked out upon the many familiar build ings and posts, and found them enlarged and delicately shaded by heaven's own purity, snow. Many stood to recall in rapid succession the times when in their child hood, they had wrapped their comforters tight about their neck, and drew on the heavy wool mittens grandmother's sum mer work and strove to fight their way to tbe barn and tbe road. Ah! what a time to set in a large bay window with one's back to a bright coal fire and read 'Snow Bound." To people of small towns and of the country, such falls of snow are very- pleasant, but to the inhabitants of the larger cities, its pleasantness is washed away in a few hours, by the blackened slush that clogs the gutter, aud floods the sidewalks. For one afternoon, however, Cleveland people those who were fortu nate enough to possess horse and cutter enjoyed themselves upon Euclid avenue, which, perhaps, was never merrier. But, alas! to-day the warm south winds have blown, the rains have descended, and if Jack Frost does not come to the rescue. a January thaw will be inevitable; the re sult of which although it will fill the now empty cisterns will be a toot and a half of water in the cellars, and to make a mineature glacier of the roads. Max. 2d Min. 22d , Range , Mean barometer. Max. 24th Min. 2d...., Range ." Mean reduced tolreezing point.., Amount of rain A mount of snow. deg. . 40 10 . 50 21.34 29.130 ill 28.202 " 92S " 2S.C73 " 'Tain. 44.00 " j honorable aud geuteel avocation, and on ; Thursday morning, the bar was takeu out i ot the house, Mr. Blakely having deter mined to run a hotel without selling liq uors, or abandon the business. In aVoiu munity where the temperance sentiment is as strong as it is in Conneaut, he need have no fear ol its final success. Von ueavt Jltportfr. Three furnaces at Briar Hill, two at Hazleton.and two of the Hiinrod furnaces are out of blast. Of the cloven furnaces in this township the Falcon, l'huenix, Eagle and one Hiinrod. are the only ones in blast. The Struthers furnace is also out of blast. The miners arc out at sev eral ofthccoal banks in this; township and vicinity . A meeting of all the coal oper ators in the Mahoning Valley, with a del egation from the Shenauo V'all.cv author ized to act for the operators of that valley, was held at the Tod House on Friday evening. It was resolved, unanimously, to reduce the price of mining coal twenty cent pertou on after January 1st, 1S7.1. Mtihoniwj Iteirfslrr. Mr. E. Darra'-'h, the efficient railroad builder who has peen pushing forward the work on the l & . li. II. at this end ol the line so vigorously for sometime past. was caiteu to l oumrstowu on inursdnv of last week.to make arrangements for fin ishing the work at that -end of the line, so suddenly abaudoned by the absconding contractor. Cook: and "we are informed that he now has the entire contract for all the work, including the laying of the iron ready for the running of "the cars, from this place to Youngstown. Mr. Darragh's energy and ability are well known, and the fact that he has exclusfve control' of the work will inspire renewed -confidence in its successful prosecution. But little interruption of the operations at this end of the line has been occasioned bv the stormy weather Qf the past few weeks. There are now about 300 men at work on the whole line, and we learn that, in a few days, 300 more will be engaged on the heavy work at Swine Creek, making not less than 800 men in Mr. Darragh's em ploy; and, with this large force, efficiently managed, the utmost vigor and activitv may be looked for all along the line...". Bishop, tbe man whose head was so seri ously injured in the affray of Mr. S hat tuck's, is reported to lie recovering. Mean while, his wife has bronchi an action against Hayes & Uazen, before II. F. Can field, Esq., under the Adair law, alleging that the. liquor which involved him iu the difficulty was obtained troin them, and claiming $299,99 damages, the largest sum that can be recovered in an action before a Justice of the peace During most of last week, owing to the snow with which the track was blockaded, and which had to be cleared off at every trip, but two trains a day were run on the P. & Y R. R. and these were generally behind time. On Monday, however, all trains com menced running again, as usual.- In con sequence or tbe blockade, the new engine. No. 3, known as the big locomotive, met with an accident near Clark's Station, which, but for its timely discovery, would have resulted in throwing the train to which it was attached off the track. Ge auga Democrat. DIED, WOOLI.EY In this village on Wednesday, Jan. 1st at the residence of Alfred Morley. Esq., Mrs. Pliilcna -Woolley, late of t harlcrown, X. II. Funeral w ill lie attended irom her late resi dence on Saturday morning at lo o'clock. Friends of tbe fainilv are invited to attend. Mousteche Cups from 75c. to $5.00 at 75 S. P. Chesney'R. Bureau Sets from $1.25 to $10.00 at 75 S. P. Chesney's. Parian, Bohemian, Belgian and China vases "at 75 S. P. Chesney's. children's Tea and Dinner Sets at from 25c to $7.50 at 75 S. P. Chesnev's Smoking Sets from $1.50 to $7.50 at ' 75 S. P. Chesney's. Fancy Lamps and the celebrated Ger man Student's Lamps for sale only at 75 S. P. Chesnev's. - Faxcy Tea and Coffee Cups from 75c to $5.00 at 75 S. P. Chesney's. Chixa, Glass, Ironstone and Yellow Ware, Table Cutlery, etc., at old prices at 75 S. P. Chesnev's. Shelled Corn, by the bushel or car load . - Teachout & Bacon. Vases at from 50c to $7.50 per pair at 75 S. P. Chesnev's. For everything in the line of Fall Hats, go to Paddock's, 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. IKS OI U OWN CORRESPONDENTS. CorretwmiletiCe coutaitihty important hics o- tieited fro every ptirt of the district. If ved liberally imUl fr. Writer's ftatue and address required on ecery cormiittication as private guar antee of ffootl faitk. Jiejectet? coimmntti'ation dot returned, .Tlartisoll. December 30, 1872. EnrroR Journal: The weather for the past week has been the coldest known for twenty years, so say those who profess to know. Sleighing heie is excellent, and people a-e bound to take advantage of it, ( now that the horses have recovered fro m the Late Epizootic), and enjoy themselves while they can. The principle event of last week was a Concert at Kellogg's Hall, un der the direction of Miss Libby Harring ton. The House was not as well tilled as it would have been had the announce ment or the Concert been more generally known, however, those that were present were well satisfied with the entertain ment. Mr. John Austin had the misfor tune to lose a valuable horse last week, by the prevailing disease, but as a general thing, horses that have been affected with it have entirely recovered. There is one case or smaii-pox in town, aim people are being vaccinated by scores, as a preventa tive; consequently the doctors are having a busy time. No "water to be seen in the lake, nothing but ice as far as the eye can extend. E. R. B. Manday and Tuesday. Ix another column will be touud the advertisement of the Kiralfy Troupe, and the announeement of their appearance at Wilcox Hall iu this place on Monday and Tuesday next. Many have heard of the celebrated pantomime of Hutnpty Dump- ty who have never had an opportunity to see it, with all the flaming transformations and gorgeous scenery that have rendered it so famous and to mauy such an spportu- nity oi doing so as is afforded at the pres ent will not soon again be presented. The Cleveland Herald, in speaking of their re cent performances in that city says that in every' reopect the troupe is first-class and cannot. ' possibly ' be excelled in its specialities. So highly recommended they come that without having seen them we have no hesination in advising all who can do so to attend. Tickets can be obtained at the Post office Book-Store. Real Estate . Transfers. During the past week the following transfers of real estate have benn plaopd on record. Jabial Hiirlburt to Nathaniel IS. Gtinn. township Madison part ol lot No. 4, tract No. 4, containing 27 acres. Louise St. John to Isaac X. Woodward, lots J'u, 53 and SO, containing, 375-JOOO, township Willougbbv. May Neill to Marvin Daniels, township Kirtland, part of lot No. 70, tract No. 3, containing 20 acres. ' James W. l'cnoeld to Edward Barnes, township Willoughby, village lot, 47-lto Edward Karnes' to Ifitnni D. Hall, town- sh p Willoughby. 16 acres, John B. Ingersell to E. X. Ingersell, township Willoughby, lot No. 7, 157-1000 acre. Nelson Haywood to Martin and Garrison Haywood, tow us hip Madison, lot No. 13, containing 20 acres. .'.''-; : William H. Hall to Horace Spencer, township Perry, part of lot No. Ill, con taining 87 acres and 25 rods. Windsor W. Otis to George W. Waill, towuship Willoughby, part of lot No. 1, travc No. 9, containing acre, . . Kirtland. ' December 31st, 1872 At the present time we are having plen ty of snow and tine sleighing, and all are improving it, one would judge by the mer ry ringing of sleigh-bells and merriment of the sleigh-riders. A singing-school has commenced in the M. E. Church under charge of H. O. Wells, Esq., with a large class ;y et room for more. We hope all will improve the opportunity thus afforded "by attending. They meet on every Friday evening. Christmas has come and gone. There were a large number of Christmas trees heavily loaded with presents for all, both by private families and by schools. Among families we will state were those of J. E. Peirson's and neighborhood ; Ches ter Clapp and neighborhood, also at W. P. Whipple's, their friends and invited neighbors, and from reports from these t hey all bad a good time. The scholars of district No. 17 made their teacher Lena Rsgers a verv nice present as a token of regard and esteem tor ner as a triena ana tacner. The friends and scholars in district No. 9, soutu ivn tianu, met at me scuooi-nottse and had various exercices by the children as speaking pieces, dialogues music, etc. Miss Belle Morse teacher. Also school of district No. 7 Miss Eva Kingslcy teach er, a small school. No. of presents about no. two valuable watches were siven one to master Fred. Willams and one to Win. Thompson. Besides many other valuable presents. Good music was fur nished by Adeline Kins-sly. First niece sung by Carrie Dewy, Lena Balentine and Anna Kingsley. Piece entitled "My Papa cannot leave the store," and upon tbe whole it was a grand success, and all ............. nninml (hnmcnli-no hinrnl. .. .1 IIICDCUU fc I IU ,,.-Ll l.O .1 II V I .1 a 111, adjourned at an early hour well satisfied aud happy. But the most enjoyable occa sion occurred at the Flats. The friends and neighbors of Mr. aud Mrs, William Brindle met at their residence Christmas eve to celebrate their AVooden Weddin Tbe guests about sixty in number met at an early hour and had first rate visit. and all having assembled in the parlor and listened to a few appriate remarks made by nr. l.use Who presented the prescntsns tokens ot their High regard tor them. The Dr. was assisted in presenting the gilts by Mrs. v. M. Green attor which Ezra Bond Esu.. replied iu a neat liappv Kpi-ecli thanking them lor their gifts alter the presentations. We theu adjourned to a repast that would have done credit to the St. Nicholns or Astorof the metropo lis and there was everything that heart could wish and upon the whole had a grand time and all enjoyed themselves, and at an early hour left for their homes. Wc wish them a long life and a prosperous one. - Scribbler. Try our Michigan brand of Flour, every barrel warranted. 78-2 Teachout & Bacon. Ladies come and see for yourselves that our stock of Silks, Velvets, Black Alpacas, &c, is the largest in town. P. Pratt Co. We have a full stock ot Black Gold Mixed, Green, Gray Plumb and A'ori Jilue Repellents. P. Pratt & Co. A full line of Dress Goods iu all the fash ionable styles hud shades just received. P. Pratt & Co. Every' varietv of Ladies Furs, Mulls and bands just received at T. S. Paddock's No. 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. tut Wc keep the ever popular, brand of .Bon net and Doof d' France in black Gros Grain Silks. Ladies come and look at at them. P. Pratt Co. Ladies' Furs iu every style and every price, from the most costly set down to the cheapest, can always be found in endless varieties at T. S. Paddock's, 221 Superior street, Cleveland, O. 03 Sure cure for the Epizootic There is no such thing known, but this fact should not keep people from going to P. Pratt Jfe Co's for dry goods. Remember they will not be undersold. 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. 03 We have the largest and best selected stock oi English French and American cloths for Gents, now in Lake 'lo-, and have superior faculties for making tTiem up in first-class style. P. Pr ati- & Co. "J, 1,000 Reward is offered by the proprie tor of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery for a medicine that will equal it in tbe cure of Bronchitis, severe Coughs, and the early Stages of Consumption. 612 Cuspadores, Fancy Spittoons, Flower pots and covers, Fancy Match Safes, Stat uettes, Paper Weights, Ivy Stands, Cigar Holders, Card Reeelvers.ChJldren's Toys, Motto Mings and tbe best assortment of Christmas goods ever opened here at 75 s. P. Chesney's, The purest aud sweetest Cod-Liver Oil is Hazard & Caswell's, made on the sea shore, from tresh, selected livers, by Cas- well Hazard & Co., New York. It is ab solutely nitre and sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to all others Physicians have decided it superior to any ofthe ot lierol Is in market. 12w73 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. AOTONft OUR NEIGHBOR!!. On Christmas ovening, thoi'e were more drunken men about our streets, than we ever before beard of, and as a matter of consequence, lights nnd bruised faces were plenty. However, disgraceful as the night had been. It. hns resulted in some good. James II. Blakely, Esq., proprietor of the Treinont House, who had bnt re cently opened a bar in the house, became satisfied that the traffic in intoxicating liquors, if profitable, is anything but an Chapped hands,- ince, rough skin, pim- plccs, ringworm, salt rheum, and oilier cutaneous affections cured and the skin made soft and smooth, by using the Juni per Tar Soap, made bv Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. Be certain to get the Jttnijter Tar Soap, as there are many worthless imitations made with common tar. 12w73. 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 baud, and prices guaranteed to bu as low as the lowest. Satisfaction warranted in every instance. Don't fail to call. 03 yt A It III ED . DOOLITTLE DENSMOUE In P.iiuesville, Jan. Nt 18T3, by Rev. .1. A. Daly, Mr. Sainnel Doolittle. aud MissJIIclcu R. Dcnsmore. FINANCIAL. .iom:taicy. .lot RXAl. Ollice. Jan. 3, 1S73. The local money market still remains practic ally unchanged. The demand for discounts con liuuc, bid has so f.iraliateil thai the banks are able to meet the actual neces.-iiics ofthcircu- tomers. Exchange is ouitc;active and in rather -hort supply. The following are the closing prices for'Coin ami Securities: Ituvins Gold 1114- silver large io; Silver sin:td hit, Sixes of ItvSl coup 114",, Five-Twenl ies ;istl-i) ex-coup U-l( Five-Twenties. 1NB4) ex-cou.p 1141;, Five-Twenties i.lMV,) ex-cou. fold), iv-i Five-Twenties !1S0.-,';ex-coiip(nev) .113'4 Five-Twenties (lSfiT) roup H3, Five-Twenties (l)-coup , 113i Ten -Fori ies ex-i-nup. 1 10 STOCKS. Rock New- Canton Kit Western I'nion ... 79 Quicksilver 40'-, Adams' Express. . iKil Wells. Fargo Ex ,S5, Amer. Mer. I'nion. OS,' United States Ex.. 7S'; Pacilic Mail 7S-"; N. Y. Cenrrai Hi) a Erie,. 01 do. preferred. . . fiariem 114 ilo preferred 14(1 Michigan t ent. . . 115 i leve. & Pitts Si North Western 84 tlo preferred ST'i St. Paid Xifi do preferred ... 77 Hartford A Erie sdlina n-i4' JOil 10T': ll-Vl US 113V li:l', 114', 114'j in.1; mi'. 110' Island erscv Cent .101 W a nasi . . do. preferred. Fort w ayne Terrc II ante lo preferred . . Chi. Alton do preferred . . Ohio Miss C. C. C. A I Burl'n A Ouincv. I Lake Shore I Iinii:ma central, j Illinois Central. . I I'nion Pacilic. . I Cent. Pac Bonds. I I'niou.Ilonils Del.A Lackaw'a. . . SV Ex-Dividend. . .V. . 94 . 11 . 40 lit .114 . 4SV 94'. ..; " . -95'i . mi .119 . 37'; COMMERCIAL. FAINESV1EEE MARKET. Journal Office. Jan. 3 6 p. M. The market for flour is firm and unchauged, but business has not been as active in this branch as it was last week, the snow storm and the dull ness in general trade that usually follows the close of the year is having its effect. Wheat Is Arm and held higher, the quotations as we have revised them being a little above the views of buyers. There is not much movement in corn and oats and prices remain the same as previously reported. Buying. Selling 7 25 8 75 9 75 11 25 XX Spring Wheat Flour XX Red Winter do . XXX Amber do . XXX White do . Kve do . Graham Flour per bbl . 10 0(1 Buckwheat Flour per bbl. . 12 On Corn Meal, 25.00 ton 1 40 Shorts , 24.00Wton 1 80 Chop Feed, 25.00 fiton 1 40 salt, per urn 4 to No. 1 Mackerel, per a bbl. . 13 00 No. 1 w niteFish. per a bbl. B 50 No. 1 Trout, per bbl 5 40 potatoes, White Wheat. 1 00 1 80 Red Wheat 1 50 1 70 Buckwheat 90 1 00 Rvc Corn, shelled 50 60 Corn, ear, New,p 70 lhs oats, List of Letter UNCALLED FOR IX THE POST. OF flce at Painesville, duo, Oct. 179. LADIES' list. Alcorn, Miss lna Hays, Miss Jenny Brown, Miss Jennie Lawrence, Miss Martha Carroll, Miss Anne Macly, Mrs, FcdcliaC. Flood, mi's. Sarah Mat hows, Mrs. A miilia GENTLEM F.N'S LIST. Bowei-b, L C. Pairchilds, L.S. 41 Cronbach, Edward llubbell v smith Denhani, II Marcus, P. M, Dix, Charley ' sterling, c. F. Drayton, Richard Suuinci-, R. m . . Ticks, Frank Persons calling for tlin'nliove letters will sav "advertised." .1. F. Si OFIEI.D, P. M ' Butter Lard...'. Cheese Tallow Chickens, th Hams Shoulders... Dressed hosts Beef. Lass Beans inert Annies Hay... .. 53 ..l on . l 50 ..90 .. 05 .. 50 .. 44 . . 35 .. 25 S .. 14 S s . .. 10 8 5 00 -..5 OWS-fi 00 . ... 28 ..1 50a? 75 . .. 4 ' . . 14 00 40 2S 12,'i Hi 10 10 14' 10 WOOL MARKET. The market is quiet, although prices are very well sustained. Buyers are not inclined to make much effort to overcome the backwardness of farmers, many of whom are not yet sat isiied with the prices ofl'erok We quote 35,fl0c, for the cur rent value for Ohio fleece as to quality. Western Reserve C'Heesc market. The following arc billing prices of dealers up on orders, prices paid by the same to producers being from lc to ljj'c lower. Hudson. Cheese lSCdlic. billincr rates. Yerc little shipping, and market dull. Butter 23c. Solon. Wc uuote iirices unsteady at I3fe13 buying, billing l3'a(S-l4's. Butter steady at 45 R avkxxa. Market isouiet. -Orders are filled at 14,'al5c. for prime factory. Wellington. Billing prices of factoi-v are ranirinif from ll.'i toi.v. Dealers are navinir 14 6,14.'j lor same unboxed. Ai bob A. Market verv ouiet aud dull with billing prices nominally at 13iI4. CLEVELAND .VI ARRETS. Cleveland, O.. Jan. 3, 1S73. The butteiuiarkctjforthe pastweek has lieen devoid of special interest. Business has been light, the demand still being principally confined to city trade, shippers;doiug little more than to fill an oecasional'order. prices have been steady but somewhat weaker. The week, in a general seuse, has brought no unfavorable, results and an'airsare in much the same condition as at our last review, om-quotations w ill he found else where. Iu cheese, business has been almost entirely in active during the past week, and prices have re mained noiuinall.vrtinchanged. Dealers are not making efforts to increase thei rstocks w hich are unusually light, asj their supply is sufficient to meet the demand of their regular customers, and there appears no opportunity lor speculation owing to thcEcondtlton of other markets. In the general markets we, quote in full, as follows: Flour. The. ileninndjcontinues fairly ;active and prices arc higher. Citv made XXX White : . .10 23 '" XX Amber.. 9 50rti! " XX Bed N o. 1 .9 OOW, " X Red No. 5 8 75W Country mado XX While 9 OlkcC 9 25 " XX Red and Amber 8 2.V3S 8 75 X Red 7 KM( 7 75 Spring 7 45 8 00 Rye Fiovb The market is steady and prices are firni. We quote 5 ok5 45. Buckwheat Flour Demand is less active and with fair stock. We quote prime western per bbL at 8 759 00. and 4 7.Vr5 oo per cwt. Ifor New Y'ork aud Pennsylvania. Mill Feed There is more activo demand and prices are linn. Wc quote: Shorts' 18 00; coarse middlings 20 00: second line do. 84 00: fine 20 00. Wheat Market firm. No. 1 red winter nomi nally atl 743jl 75. Sale of 1 car No. 2 do. at 1 70; No. 1 Milwauke spring at 1 62. CORN Stead v. Low mixed held at 45c; high mixed at 40c . ; ears on track 42c. OATS Firm, No. 1 state held al S7c; No.fi al 35c Rye Prices are standing nominally at 75c. for Xo. 2, and 80(i;85c, for No. 1 State. Barley The market is steadv and demand fair; held at 80e.l 00 for Western and prime Canada. PoiiK In moderate request and prices are steady. Heavy mess, er bbl., 13 oo, short mess 12 5o; extra short clear, per bbl., 14 5o; extra clear 14 oo; rumps, per !bL, 14 oo Lard The demand is fair andjpriccs are firm. 9c for city-rendered in kegs; 8,'aC do. in tierces; country-rendered 7 to 7.'jc. Salt Tne inquiry is steadily active and prices are firm. Yt e uuote line Der bbl. 330: Coarse, diamond C 480 it.s.440; Ground sslar 3.30 tiis.s bb; oairv salt per bbl. a oo: do. i iibl.ptxi; do.2S-lo lb bags38o; do.tio-5 lb bags 4 30; Ash- ton per sack 4 45. Butter Trade is dull. Vc quote strictly choice at 23 to 45c; good to.-Vrinnf.-u IS to 20c'; medium nt 14 to 13c: inferior qualities ranging at 8 to 10c. Cheese The market is inactive. Ordersjfor good lot are filled ntJ14'ac: choice selection at 15c in a small way. Eoos The market, is quiet. Fresh arc sel ling 34 to 35c . ; 30 to 34e. for pickclcd. poultry The holiday trade being over with considerable stock left on the market, prices areslightly off. Wequotc: Live chickens 7ftiy: dressed Wfl.Ioc: live I iirkcys lo to 14c: ilresscl 15 to hie; live ducks 9 to He"; dressed 14 tol.V; live geese, western, iicr pairl o to 1 So. HAT The demand is fairly active but prices arc ni-aM I. jhiici xiiiioin, is selling in car lots at 43 oo to 25 oo or ton, and iu a retail w av at ill to 48 oo. Baled slva w, oat. ltloo,car lot; Arri.K Butter Iu good demand at .V ,o 55c, per gallon. llONKY Selling at 2 3c. per pound, strained and comb. petroleum Standard w hite in car lots is ac tives: 42 to 44'jC :4 to4lc. in a small wav. Ohio legal tc I lirm al 4!i to 4'.i',c. The quotations on car lots are for cash:for 15 days time '.c is added. totatoes (Juict. Wequotc reachulow s at 7oc iu car lots on track and at Hoc. from store. Mhcr varieties cull and nominal. LOST! ABOI' I' two weeks since the subscriber lost from hi- premises; a spotted heifer Calf, about seven months old. aiiv informal ion as to its whereabouts will be paid for bv TN-79 I. N. .Mct'ASI.IX, Mentor Avenue. TEACHOUT & BACON, -Vo. IO:t State Street, DEALERS in ln-t family Hour, meal, ground feed of all kinds, corn and oats. Grain hag kept constantly on hand. Highest innvkr-r price paid for corn 9i ct. ' 7tMi-l New Coal Yard! "mlT'Ehiivo opened a Coal Ynrdatthc Paines y ville and Youngstown Railroad Dciot, Richmond street, and shall keep ou hand the liest qualities of Soil Coal. For sale bv the ton or car load at lowest prices. 13-115-1 it. Mi; iiRMU'K A CO., Agents. WILCOX IfA J.Z. .HOlAY and TIF.SDAV, Jannnry ;ilt and 7 14i, 1873- TWO NIGHTS ONI.V. THE GREAT Ballet and Iitiropean Specialty Troupe, In the Grand Spectacular Pantomime of "HUMPTY DUMPTY," Introducing all the grand features of the origi nal "Huiupty Duiuptv " as performed over 100 times bv the' Kirall'v Troupe, at the Olvinpic Theatre, New York.' Admiioii 75 and 50 cents. Reserved seats $1 00. Ilox slieet iioir apeu at I'ost Office Book Store. . 78-1-3 THE NEW Wheeler Si Wilson Sswing Macld&es lave been in use eighteeu years and give I'niversal Satisfaction. Is llcfiuVtllv t lit Best Family Harliinr in nsf Sets from lb Hemes! SeiTer io the finest M The Wheeler f: Wil80ZSeiriiit Jfaehine is the first land onlv perfect Sewins- Machine ever offered tothe American people, and stands prominently above all otherslor several reasons, a few of which we will give: st It is more simple than anv other, requiring less than half the amount of machinery. 4d The result of its simplicity is, tliat this ma- ciouc is icss name laau auv oilier CO gci oui of repair, as all complications of machinery increase the friction and the tendencv to derangement. 3d Another result of this simplicity is durabil ity. 4th Less friction, 'consequently greater ease ana rapidity oi -motion witn less noise. 5th it is a iierfeettnoiseless machine. 6th! The New Wheeler A Wilson makes what is popularly known as tne ixick-stitcn, anil that without a rip or ravel, and the same up on lioth sides of the cloth alike. 7th It makes a morebeatitiful seam. stb' It takes less thread, and ran lie applied to a greater variety of uses, etc., etc., but to un derstand its advantages everyone should ex amine for themselves without prejudice. Persons mirctiasinirlthe New Wheeler A Wil- sou Machine, have the satisfaction of kue-wing there will be no trouble as regards ni'HIKGM F. T a the market i- full of them now. ALL MACHINES WARRANTED THREE YEARS T. G. Trembath, General Aaeut. for Lake, Geauga, and part of I uyahoga Counties. Offirr i Salesroom over MrBriilr's Urns Stuff Cor. Main and St. Clair Sis JPainesrille, I,al;e Co., f . Particular Attention Paid to Repairing old Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machines. 78-130-13 nQWEK & IIIGBEE FOR TIIK HOLIDAY TRADE, Are Opening Special! ies in Valenciennes Lace; Point Lace; Point Applique Laoc; Collars and Handkerchiefs; Lace and Linen Sleeves ami sots ; Embroidered Sets ; Spanish iintl Thread Lace Veils; Lace Fislmes anil Pelerines; Silk Ties and Fishues; Initial Handker chiefs, for Ladies and Gents. ; Gents. Silk Handkerchiefs and Scarfs; Porte-inonuaies; Jet and Shell Jew elry and Fancy Gootls in every vari ety; Elegant Shawls; BcaverAstra chan and Seal Cloaks; Astraehan, Seal, Ermine and Lynx Sets, ami l-'ur Sets for children." All the aliove Sccialtics cheap. HOWER & HIGBEE, SUPERIOR ST. CLEVELAND.IO,' 87-89-Ml-S IVekaiul k Eudehart VASIIIOXAliT.h: . Hatters & .Fuiuueks Sit,- Hats, Caps, ami f.atlies' Fine Itress rVrit Marie to Onler on short notice. A FI LL AND COMPLETE. LINE OF FALL STYLES OF 'liATS ftiiff CA PS, For t;ent' unit Youths' wear. We use the Celebrated FKENCII I'oNFi.ltM ATEI'lt tn Filling tiRNTs- sh.k Hit 154 Superior Streeet. Opp. Weddell House. CLEVELAND. PUBLISHERS ANNOUNCEMENTS. In presenting for yonr consideration our Second Annual Premium List and dubbing Kates, wc feel confident that an examination will show tltem to be the most liberal and the Jniost complete of any ever before offered in the State, and that the inducements to work for the JOURNAL, as therein held out, are, in every respect far.superior to those offered by any other paper in this section. ; 1872-3. A Gift For Every Subscriber, Old or New, THE NORTHERN OHIO SOUVENIR ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE, ISSUKO OX THE LAST OF EACH MONTH BV W. C. CHAMBKRS AT OSr. HOLLAR VKR YE A It. A SOX. one year that of any In every respect the Sof VENTR is a lirst-class Illustrated Magazine. Iu siae it is a quarto, and is printed on the finest of double-calendered cream-laid paper. Its reading is a mUcellauy " wmi in, i.iiinc, wiiuc its pictures lorni a uiaguineent collectiou ol the finest steel and wood engravings. Each number contains l weuty-four pages, and the entire volume, when bonn-l at the end of the year, will form a beautiful work, which could not be purchased in any other w ay for double the money. The volume for 1874-3 will contain aliout 350 pages and about 100 One engravings Irom the pencil and brush of the best artistic talent in the country, rendered into striking "pictures in black and while" by the best engravers that can be procured. The publication of ibis Magazine was undertaken for the express purpose of furnishing p"fn0the'' "'0ft "'Wblecnt premium- ever offered by any paper, and in the carrying ont of that Souvenir Will Be Sent Frn For one year to every person who shall, bet ween this and March 1st, 1878, subscribe for to the NORTHERN OHIO JOI RNA I- We believe this offer to be uneqiialed bv thai paper m the count r'. Special Notice. As above -rated, the SOl'VENLR will lie sent free to every yearly subscritier whose name we shall receive between this and March 1st, 187.1 This offer applies to every copy takeu, whether .subscribed for SINOLY, in I Ll'BS, or in ONXEC TION WITH ONE iOE MORE of the publications included in our CLFIiBING LIST. It will also be sent to all, whose subscrip tions expiring in thnt time, shall renew them for one year. So far as this premium is con cerned, renewals arc the same as new subscriptions. For the information of those already on our books, we would add that it will also be seut to all who have subscribed or renewed since the 13th of July- last. To Canvassers and Agents. In our generosity to subscribers wc do not by a ny means intend to neglect those friends who mar lalmr Tor us in the getting up of" clubs. For all such wc have a most tempting Bill of Fare. But in reading it over we desire to call attention to the followiug Items which Must be Noticed. ? 00 must Invariably be sent with each name when the subscription applies on a premium .tlub Tw o OLn si nstitinKKs or one old si-dscbibku henewi.no for two viair, xqcil one sew money may be sent at our risk in Eastern rrafts. Post Oflice money orders or Registered Letters Part of a club can 1 raised in one place and part in another; It makes no difference to us to how many Post offices wc send the papers of the same Club Names for a premium must be marked when sent iu all premiums will be delivered at our oflice; if shipped elsewhere char ges to be paid by those receiving them Full directions for shipping must accompany the order. Table of Premiums. NOTICE These premiums arc given to Canvassers and agents to pay for their work ia se en ring new names or renewals. Our premium to patrons, the Illustrated Monthly, the NORTH ERN OHIO SOt'VENIR, will be sent to all suliscribers to those received by agents the same at to those who send their names direct to us. The SOUVENIR is an INDEPENDENT PREMI UM of our own and is sent to ALL NEW" SITtscRIRERS ALIKE no matter how they may he obtained. ' J EXPLANATION. The first column of figures following the names of tbe articles indicate the actual cash value of onr Premiums. The second column indicates tbe number of subscribers to be secured by agents in order tokibtaiu the Premiums REMEMBER ffeo old subscribers re newing for one years count the same as one new suliseriber. ' Xo. of' Snlnnri. i ash iters re- Cojth. ';''' Xo. Xame of A rtU-Ut. Vain. Vain. $70 00 Case Case Xo. Xauie of Article. 1. Weed Sewiiur Machine a. Reckwith Sewing Machine... 10 00 3. Ladv's Hunting Case told W'atch OO 00 80 4. Gentleman s Hunting - Silver Watch 3. Gentleman's Hunting SilveV Watch fi. Ladv's Gold Pen, Silver Case, (liawkes; , .... 7. Gent's tiold Pen, Silver Case, (Hawkes) S, Gold Pen with Eliony Holder. 9. Gentleman's Gold Sleeve But tons -. 10. Gentleman's Moss Agate Sleeve lliittous It. Silver Cake Basket (Lucius - Hart) 12. Revolving lititler Cooler 13. Half 1oa'u Napkin Rings 14. One Dozen Teasooii: 15. One lo.en Table Spoons. Hi. one io.en lame f orks 17, 40 00 SO 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 5 00 r, oo IS 00 1-2 00 11 00 75 15 0(1 15 0(1 One Dozen Plated Knives, Ivory Handled al 00 18. One liozen 'Fable Knives.Solid Steel Plated 20 00 19. One set Knives and Forks, Rttblicr Handled 5 75 20. One Set Knives and Forks, Rosewood handled 4 00 SO 18 50 40 5 fi 8 li n 30 20 20 12 2(1 20 21. Great Industries of the United States s 60 22. Webster's Unabridged Dic- lonary is 00 23. rfSmo Bible, Morocco, Gilt Clasp.. $00 34. Photograph Family Bible... IS 60 25. 50 Portrait Turkey Morocco Album 5 00 ill. New Style Musical Album.. 90 00 Xo. of Subscri; oert ue- qnired. 27. Opera Glass 10 00 12 28. Compound Microseoue 10 on 29. Globe Microscope 3 00 30. Wood's Pocket Magnifier .. 1 Ml 31. "Easter Morning,'' Chromo. 5 00 32. "Niagara Falls," Chromo. . . S 00 :. "Ducks," Chromo, (Walnut Frame) g 00 34. " Dame Nature's School," Chromo 5 no 35. Dollar Engine no 30. Horizontal Engine 4 00 3T. Side Wheel Steamboat 00 38. I'niversal Clothes Wringer. 10 00 39. Fairbanks' Fainilv Scales.. 14 00 40. Boy's 3-wbeel Vc(oeiiede. .. 20 00 41. New York Phaston (Child's 4-wheeleil Carriage 40 03 42. Fine Papier Mache Desk 10 00 44. Fine Papier Mache Desk 15 00 1. Fine Papier Mache Inkstand S 00 45. Walnut Writing Desk 10 00 8 SO 35 8 80 14 14 ' 5 s A 3 9 4 14 30 Ml 20 25 6 In Description oi Premiums- No. 1. The Weed Family Favorite sewing Machine was selected bv us as bcin", if not the best, at least one of the het, sewing machines in the market and its merits are so well known a really to need but little description. SHtakingof l lie Weed the Elinira Advertiser?- "This machine is built on what is railed the engine principle nr1nn cmcnt, and in many particu lars differs from all other machines, it has new and novel devices for taking unfile stack thread, feeding the good, and erfectiiig the stitch. Nothing can surpass this machine in execution, rnpiilii v, or delicacy of ocration. Its simplicity i charming, for there is ao intricacy about it all that a child leu years of age, of ordinar'v abililv, could not comnass .We remarked particularly, the tine workmanship manifested in its build, and the uniform good quality ofthe material used in its construction steel and case-hardening process beine kloi-,.il -l,i.i-o 111,.,-., id ,!,. .UniriiF nf ., TIia .1 i-Ia nA'....n.l l... . . ? V" . . . ............... ... ...... ........... . . .... v.,-.. n is a wainut tame t can 1m seen bv callimr at the Weed Scu in. u.i.A v. v.. he agent Mr. Geo. Folwell will he pleased to exhibit them at auy linelv llnished machine. . 114 Main Street, where time. No.2. The Beck with is alow priced machine but one which is stronglv recommended and which wc feel conlldcnt it will please and prove satisfactory to all who'mav receive it. It combine sinipl icily accuracy and durability. Sos. 3. 4, 5. 9 ami 10 are simply articles whose description is given in giving their names and value. Thay are good gcods and wc warrant them to be the best nrthc kind. We purchased them ol" R. S. Wood, Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu jewelry iu Ihis place and they come to us with his recommend. W e I herefore know then to be geuuine and what thev arc represen ted to be. . i - Nos. , 7, s, 11, 12,13.1 1,15,1 tu 7. ls.p.1 and 20 arc all standard articles. Their several rallies are set tled and are all as well kbocn to our readers as to ourselvc. They have been pim--chnscd from the factories of Hawks, Lucius Hart, the Meridcn Mauuiactiiring Co. and other well known dealers and arc all made and delivered under their warranties No. 21. is a large and elegant ly printed Wk. containing lSufl close! v printed octavo paces and over 500 beautiful illustrations, it is piihli-hcl by the well known firm of Ilurr k Hvdeof Hartford, t oini.. and is sold ouiy by subscription at $3 50 percopv. Nos. 22, 23.24 and 25 arc siiHic icully "described in their names. No. 20, is a new si vie of album with musical attachment. I'.v menus ora secret spring as the clasp ofthe Inik is opened it commences to play two airs and w hen closed the music ceases Size ( inches long, 5 inches wide. No. 27 Is a glass linMicil in ivory and gilt, with morocco case. It acroiuatic and mar b tuetl by the tourist lor neld glass or telescope as well as in the opera. No. 28 Is a new style of microscope, and has three Kwci-s or .-iImmii 411, ,nl too diameter magnifying 1.000, 4.2-5. ami 111,1'mo times . iv niamerer No. 20 Cannot be excelled as a cheap liuscroscope. its magnifying iiowcrs are verv sreat and cannot fail to be an endless source of aniuHcnient anil instruction No, 30 Is an intense lens with foliling rubber case, and has been sold hv all dealers at the ' price given-above. " , No.. 31. 32, 33. and 3 1-A re ebromos of Prang's celebrated make, and being the most popular or hissnl.iccts. have become so widely known as 10 nec.l no .loscripiion or ronuiiendatiou 1 rem us. Ni .si is trained 111 handsome carved walnut inouliling, gilt lininc and lear cor ner pieces. Nos. 35, 30, and 37 Arc steam toys, which are not merely "make lielieve," but are real machines that will go. They arc iierlectly safe, and are extremely interesting to old as well a young, and are admirably adapted to cultivate inventive and mechanical ifenins. Nosl 38, and 39 Are too well known to need, anv description. Nos. 40.md 41 Ave handsome well made machines Hie former being not only a source of amuse ment, but .a means of i healthful, needed exercise ; Hie latter a silver finished, crorh-lined patent-wheeled child s carriage. Nos. 42 and 43 Arc elegant desks ; the flrst being inlaid with roses or pear etc- lined with velvet and gilt liorder, lock and key, lilted with inkstand, ten-inch Oie second beiDg inlaid with pearl, lorinmg a group of lillies and leaves, on double shaded ground, light border of mottled pearl, lined with silk velvet and gilt Ininlcr. lock aud key, inkstand. eleven inch. No. 44 is neatly inlaid aith pearl line aim bunch or lillies, iu cut glass, ink in velvet socket No. 45 is a walnut desk, brass-hound, llnely polished inside, lined with ilk velvets lock and kT twelve inches, CLUBBING RATES. .vto.it-) Savea! Any Paperer MafraxiMe Vo Wast! Below we present a lislor publications with w hich wc have mado clubbing arrangements Tor the coming year. Canvassers or those getting np clubs wjll notice: First, that they caa avail themselves of the terms given below to secure subscriptions, as any namelseat, whether single or in connection with other publications, can apply the same as one of a club for which premiums will le given; aud Second, that to EACH SUBSCRIBER TO TH E JOURNAL, oa this as on all other lists. thcSOUVENIR will be sent for one year as an independent premium. In the ftillowiug table the names or the magazines arc followed by two lines of figures. The first of these is the regular subscription price per year or 1 he publication: the second the price at which it will be furnished together with the JOURN AL and SOU VEXIR. Those marked with a.star give a premium, which in all cases is a beautiful chromo or engraving, worth at least the price or the publication. The clubbing price given always includes these premiums. Dailies, Keatl anil Trl Weeklies SB X Dailv Philadelphia Press Tri-Weekly Philadelphia Press Dailv New York Sun Semi-Weekly New York Sun o ' . Tribune. " ' " World . . tVcekl1e. 8 00 4 00 fi till 2 00 4 (Hi . . 4 00 . . 2-50 . . 4 00 . . .1 Oil .. 5 Oil .. 1 WI . . s 00 . . 5 00 . . 3 00 ... 8 00 . . I B0 . . 3 00 . . 4 00 't) 2 50 . o 111 Americsu Spiritualist. Appleton's Journal Advance Albanv Law Journal "Bright Side aud Family Circle.. Banner of Light Clipper (New York! t itizen and Round Table Church Journal christian at Work Catholic lieview .Day's Doings Examiner And Chronicle 'ltapti Evexv Saturday Frank Iieslie's lllust'd Newspaiier.. 4 00 - t himnev torncr. ... 4 oo " Illustrated Zelumg. 4 00 " " Ladv's Journal 4 00 " Itov's' and Girls' . 2 Ml . 8 50 . 1 50 . 1 50 3 OO . 4 OU . 2 00 . 3 W . 4 00 . 4 00 . 3 Ot . no . s 50 8 50. . 3 till . s 00 . s no , 3 50 S 50 , A 00 , S 00 . 2 50 4 00 Weeklv " " Ladies' Magazine. " " Itmlgel of Fun . . . " " Pleasant Honrs Fireside Companion. Fifth Avenue Journal Fornev's Press Golden Age Harper's Bazar Weekly Hearth and Home Illustrated Christian Weekly lndeieiident Investigator - Ledger Lo Monde lllustre (French! Littell's Living Age Medical Gazette Methodist Nation (N . Y.) , Ibserver ( N. Y .) Pomoroy's Democrat Plymouth Church Rural New Yorker Scientific American Spirit of the Times Sunday Mercury Times (N. Y.) Tribune (N. Y.) . The Week ... '. Toleilo Iflade Waverley Magazine M eekly (Street Smith's) , Watson's Art Journal M orld (X. Y.l American,! nion .viomalies. American Agriculturist American Farm Journal American Law Register American Builder. Atlantic Mont III v Arthur's Home'Magazine Art Review American Educational Monthlv Blackwood's Hal Ion's Monthlv 4 00 itcc-cuer's Illustrated Magazine'.' 100 3 .5 ( hurch Monthlv . aim 4 5" Comic Monthlv ' .160 5 50 Crofult's Western World 1 50 4 00 Children's Hour 1 as 00 Coutemiiorarv Review 150 5 ml Demoreete's Magazine 00 a uo Eclectic Maeazlne a Galaxy 4 00 Godey's Lady's Rook ... 3 00 1,0011 ,1 onis Good Words for tlie-Y'oiinx HarHr'K Magazine... Inland Monthly London Lancet La France Elegante Ladies Repository l.ippiitcott's .Magazine Lakeside Monthlv Locke's Monthlv'. Manufacturer and Builder ! 00 5 50 li 80 3 fin 5 ml 4 50 I 1)0 5 00 4 25 r. ot) 325 4 Ml 00 4 50 5 00 5 00 4 00 .- on 3 25 3 25 4 50 5 25 3 Ml 4 UO 5 25 525 .. 5 50 - 3 Oo .. 5 00 .. 4 00 .. a 00 .. 00 .. 4 on .. s 00 00 .. S 00 - 6 08 . 00 . 2 50 .. I 80 .. 79 . 5 00 .. S 00 . 4 00 .. S SO . UO . t 4 WI 1 50 4 as 4 ut 50 5 511 S 75 5 50 6 75 3 30 00 4 50 Ml 9 26 4 till 5 GO s 00 M 4 50 5 on 4 Oi 4 U) 5 50 6 60 8 M 3 50 4 btl SOU s 00 a 00 - VbO 00 UO 6 on 4 5 4 00 4 00 ft 25 4 00 OO 7 00 5 00 5 ou 4 (to 71 3 a 6 114 a & a ou 4 oo 4 00 a & s 00 a s. a M 4 Ot, 4 uo a 3 00 In addition to ImMIi (icriodicals at the price named, a choice from a list or evtraonlinarv premiums is given to each siibsci ilu-r to Demon-sC, Monthly. Among these are a pair of t hroino pictures ( alls ol Niagara ami "i oscmiic Fnllo, wonh lo.oo ; or a good Slerenscoiw w ith a scries ol view s; besides numerous .uber valuable premiums worth from 4 i. ai H fikllM, lorriaa Maalkll... a 75 .. So .. 4 00 .. a 00 .. & 00 00 .. 85o .4m .. 3 00 ... 1 00 . . S 00 4 25 Optic's Rovs' and Girls' .Vagazi'iie 3 5o 3 50 Overland .Vont 111 v 4uo our Young Folks 5 ll Oui Ow n Fireside. . . 4 50 Peter' V11sic.1l .Voiubl. t Phrenological Journal." 9 00 Peterson' .Vagaziiic 5 00 Scrthncr't Momlilv 3 50 science ofllealth T. . .. HO tar spangld Rainier. . , H CO Sunday Magazine 4 15 St. Paul's .Vagarine 5 30 Wood's Household Vagaciue. Young Folks' Rural , 4 OO . a 00 . t 50 . 3 00 . 3 00 . iw , 4 00 . a 00 . t 00 . a 75 . s So. 1 00 1 No Foreign All the Year Round Alhcmcuni Auglo-American Timc. , Hell's Life in London . . Row Hells i asscll's Magazine Graphic (Illustrated) ... 'Illustrated l.ontlou Ncw .Jiuly Medical Pre. . . Musical World.... Oihh' a Week Punch siMM-tator Saturday Review. H 00 0 ihi 9 00 9 25 12 oo 12 00 1 1 lo 1 4 00 4 00 4 5o 4 00 4 5o 14 00 1 1 00 14 It 00 U 00 t 00 15 iNi . 15 no 12 00 12 h 0 1 ( 25 7 00 7 1 Hi 1 1 00 14 IN 14 00 It 00 Art Journal All the 1 ear Round .Parts; Argosy Itvlgravia t harilters' Journal 4 Ao Cnutcuipoiy Review ai-K lone. . . t racer's Magaztuc Fortnightly Review London Society , McMillan's Magazine Once a eckiPsrtsl IMrifolKMiliie illiistimioiis) . st. James Magazine lenipic i.r. 15 on 15 oo a 00 a 5i tn 4 5o a 00 7 00 4 00 ft 00 12 no M 00 a 00 7 00 15 00 15 00 12 00 ia 00 7 00 7 00 ft m ft 75 OK 60 15 on I! oo on t 75 ft 00 ft 7ft ...rlo!1!"' "? ,"1".",,,n N,'v lothlishca Christina- mindicr. which s ,tvble price, w Inch w ill lc enclosed in the price AGEWTS WAMTED. The Publishers of the NORTHERN OHIO JOUUNAU desire lo double It rirculatlaa this fall, and want the scr ices oral least one energetic ptiihiui; man or woman ia every tu Iu this portion of the ountry. We Kill furnish circulars, samples, nlauk orders, aad all that may lie needed to work ellW-tually. A very little caort will euable anyone to sead large list or subscribers, and, at the same time, pay themselves well fur their time aad trouble. And experience has demonstrated, (hat after a club is stai'tod, it is easier 10 saoure add it teas ban It was to get up the original club, Kv.u y Isvl v likes the Paper, aad whea it has sacs beta irodtircd into a ucighbQrhod, it i always, easy to extend the circulation.