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FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1875.
NO. 12. '
Tuamc li Stovk "that's all the rage,"
Ilit line of which is the "Inn Aon;"
Pile Store at the ria wae the favorite 0110, ,
Hod boosuse It wll "Bosa'ie tlx teuton it woa.
ur eompotltora claim tho Stove la light weight,
its "heft" of the asms we can prove as we state;
The StOTe la large, the ruting are Hue,
The reaerrolr l of the neweat di-slpi. ,
The Store's oren doom are lined wlth'tln.
To lieop houae without one t'would bo a groat ain;
The mica front door looka ao eheerfol and bright,
experience hae taught na the move la nil right.
Compare the weight then wllh the price,
See that the doora are fitted nice;
I The wood which bimia npon a grato .
I Furnishes coale fur "broiling beefsteak."
Now if yon wlah to inveat
In a store that will alwaja prove a success,
Be anrc to get the Iron Aoa,
Baforc purthsslng a Store of inferor grade.
"I thinkthia will dol What say yon?"
The Stove la the proof ol It aU; . , N,
Then tvhea you're in town pleaae Call around -And
ie that our atorjr la urue.
This Stove has a large Oven, a Mica Front,
the handsomest and most injenious Reservoir
ever mt on a stove, isn't equalled in broiling1.
has very heavy plates which are closely fitted,
and is in every way a first-class Stove, Call
and see it.
: FREMONT, February 1 1th, 1875.
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City Provision Store,
Door to Post Office, Fremont, Ohio.
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Underhi 's Mammoth brocerv is the Leadjne House in
Town for Fine Teas and General Groceries, Vegetables
of all kinds, Dried Fruits, &c, &c.
Tea from 50o to $1.00
Sugars from Wo to 10c
Coffees froom 22c to 28c
Prunes from 10c to 10c
Currants from . ..: 10c to 12c
Oranges 30c dozen
Dried peaches from 10c to 20e
Lemons from 25c to 35c per dozen
Apples from. $1-00 to $1.30 per bushel
Crackers 4 lbs. for 25c
SoaDS. 4 to 5 bars for 25c
Butter from 20c to 22c
Other goods at correspondingly moderate prices at.
MAMMOTH GROCERY AND CITY PROVISION STORE, ICE CREAM
i ' PARLORS, io., Next door to the Post Office.
CHEAPER THAN EVER AT
A. P. C0NDIT has been receiving
dr CIX OE HD Q
Every week aince but September, and propoaea to ull them, until he leavei Fremont,
O X3C XES "JE HI
Than other houaea tell their old itock. We quote prieet of
IVESTV GOODS ONLY!
And aeU 26 per cent leu than any other hooio. See and judge (or youreelvei.
Freich Merinoa, . . 76e, worth 11.00. 1 Tycoon Bepa, - 20c, worth
All Wool Empreaa, - - 60c, 7&o. Domestic Uiughama, - 10c, " 12 1-2,
Colored Alpaooae, - - 2dc, " 46o. j
Largest Stock of Table Damask in the City.
I.oaa Damaak. 35c, worth 45o. I Loom Darnaak, - 46o, " SOe.
Loom Damaak, 37 l-2o, " 60o. Bleached Satin Damaak, SOe, (1.00 and f 1.26.
. Towela and napkins at eorreapendingly low prioea
4 4 Bleached Shirting,
The above prioea
10c, worth 12 l-2c. 4-4 Bleached Shirting, - 12 l-2e, worth
are NOT BAITS. Come and aea (or youraelvet, we won't urge
to buy. Don t forget the place, tun ui rs,
THE ONLY ONE PEICE DRY GOODS STORE IN FREMONT.
NOTICE is hereby given to the qual
ified votera of the Fremont School District,
that the annual election of two School Director,
will be hold at Unrat A Thayer's Drug Store, In
Mummoth Block. In Fremont, on MimcTay the 01 h
U of April, A. D. 187&, butwno the houraofO
By enter ol the Board of Education. '
, A. J. HAL!, Clerk.
Varea IStli, 1T. U-14.
riAIIERE will be a meeting of the stock
X koldcra of the Lake Krte and LoeleTllla Kail-
road Company at the oflice ol aald oouitiany, in
Fremont, Oslo, on Friday, April ad. 1.115, at 13
o'clock uoou, for the election of Directors and the
transaction of such other ouaiaeae aa may come
Directors and the
hnfnr said meetlnir.
Fremont, Ohio. March 8, 18TS.
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Choice New Turkish Truiies for 12 Jo.
" " English Currants for 12fc.
" " Valencia Raisins for 15c.
" Large Messina Lemons for 3c.
" " ' Oranges for 3c.
Best Carolina Rice for - - 10c,
" Prime Rio Coffee for - - 25c.
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P. CLOSE, Proprietor.
Headquarters for wall paper, window
ourtins, tinted papers and decorated
borders with ornaments to match, at the
drag store of Thomas, Orand ft Lang.
is trying to secure glass
nn orgauized military
Limn now lifts
w ; the tliR time t mw
u:.i . 1. .1 f....
niuiK'j iiuq sum unwii uu m o inviting '
tran.DS. ; i-M.ru
lVrryBlmrg had a hilly luil which I
liquor by tho drinks.
hm of Mr. A. AVade, living four miles
Easter, the t8th. -
Uou. Clins. Foster hm our thanks for
thx-uments. : '
It is bo cold out in Montana that whis
is sold by the plujr. 1
We see it stated tluit tho Continentals
disbanded at liellevuo.
The Seneca county district court will
commence on the 0th of April.
Draw ing-room cars are free to through
travelers on the IV & O. Railroad.
Napoleon is to -have wheel works
which will employ nliout 500 men.
Travel is increasing on the IV & O.
road since the reduction in passenger
One of Findlay's polico was w hacked
over the head by an Irishman, ouo day
W. S. Ijowerr, of Rloomville, Sen
eca county, lm been misHiup; since
Findlay lias a case of female bigamy,
in which a woman is living with
Beef-steak sells now at 15 cents per
pound in Fremont. This is the effects
of the "Ring."
Wood County has a man who is post-:
master, Justice of the Peace and sells!
ago a thief entered the
east of Fostoria, and stole $100in money. !
Wo are now prepared to print aale
bills, hoi-sa bills, and do all kind of job!
work at short notice and at reasonable
A gray eagle was killed in Jackson
Mr. Shubut of Stony Ridge, Woodiallv
couuty, was instantly killed ou Tuesday
township, Seneca county, a few days
ago which measured seven feet from
tip to tip. .
of last week by the limb of a tree falling
on his back.
Work on the the Wheeling and Lake
Erie Railroad between Zoar and Milan
will be commenced as soon as tho
An old colored woman, familiarly
known as old Granny Clayton, died in
Findlay a few days ago, aged one hun
dred and sue years.
J. A. Anderson, one of the foramen
of the Lima wheel and spoke factory,
had the little finger of his left hand cut
off by a circular saw, on Monday of last
Mr. Godfreid Inglefreid, aged about
70, residing south of Tiffin, fell off of a
load of hay and dislocated one of his
ribs and cut his head severely, a few
named Charles Rosenty was chopping
down a tree, in Clay township, Ottawa
A few days since while a youug man
county, a limb fell ou him and killed
A lawyer in Lawrence County pielted
up a niass of glittering dross, near a
blast furnace, and it is said the lump
is a mass of diamonds weighiug 2G oz.
and valued at $100,000.
Work ou Van. Curtiss' new schooner
at Port Clinton, has been suspended for
some time past, but will be resumed
soou. The builder contemplates its
completion by the niiddlo of May.
Brother Huddle, of the Tiffin Star no
tified us three or four weeks ago that
they had bent us a large invoice of ice
down the river. We ha ve been receiv
ing it during the past week. - v
' On Wednesday night of last week the
calaboose at Napoleon was nearly de
stroyed by fire. There were rHtoon
tramps iu the building nt the time and
it is supjiosed they set it on fire.
The grist mill of Mr. A. Lansdale, at
Rollcrsville, has been sold to Mr. Win.
A. Sigerson.of Tolodo, for 810,000. The
sale was made tlirough the real estate
agency of H. J. Ralfonsburger, of
A row occurred at tho house of Jas
Phalen, on Decatur Street, Sandusky,
on tho night of the 5th, in which Pat
rick McNaniry was struck on the head
and seriously injured. Phalen and
McNamry wero both arrested.
On Tuesday night of last week, at
Port Clinton as the station men were re
turning from their work, on a hand oar,
Mr. Wells Jensen fell in front of the
oar, which passed over him dislocating
his shoulder, breaking the shoulder
blade and smashing his foot.
Godey for April contains all the fash
ions and fancies which delight the la
dies. Through all the years of its exist
ence, it has ever been welcomed in the
family circle as the Magazine for the
times. Aside from its value as a fashion
Magazine, it is always acceptable for its
Lima had a case of desertion, last
week. A man and woman left a babe
on a hand car and jumped on a train,
They wore telegraphed after and stop
eed at Ottawa, and wero taken back.
They finally promised to take care of
the child, and were allowed to proceed.
The man had pronxisad to marry the
woman if she would get rid of the child.
Who poisoned Dave Fisher's pet ting?
Wo had a spell f weather on Tues
day. OuU Harbor is to Lave new grist
1 1 1 - 1 1 i - I ..t 1
K-ari mntrz iccimvs as u'.n inuu.
.Tim IV tlonili lt-et tires at T.lvna on . lars
and run a pitchfork into his breast, kill
Tho Defianoo Hose Conip.tny
have new uniforms.
Tl. ...1 T , ..1r.n ..f n.l.l V11..-b. We
XII.- Minim jLjn;v vin ..
meets at Findlny, some time i:i May.
Elmer White has placed a beautiful
t - . t c ..... It. 1...
will lluiu in rK'iwu'i j(iirt nt. iuc
side of Piuchbacli, in his Mnieuni at
-ri . : 1 i f it. TT ..T - I
Xllt; lH"il . 7ll'll- t'l .'11. him uui , o.
J ' re-ileeorut.i)
Archibald, was destroyed by fire, on the!
night of the !Hh. Contents mostly con
On Mondav of last week, while Mr,
Campbell Byal, of Findlay, was sawing tho
wood with a buzz saw, it passed through
tho entire length of his finger.
Mr. Christopher Ruohler, living near
Defiance, was thrown from his wagon
and both bones of his right leg broken
above the ankle, a few days ago.
Ou Wednesday of last week Mr. Geo.
W. Carpenter, living uear Defiance had;
his thumb torn off by beiu3 caught be
tween a hook and chuiu while unloading
It is rumored that R. S. Kirk, of
Port Clinton, (). A. Burdick and A.
Kramer, intend to start a grocery and
grain warehouse at this place. Oak
Jacob Daniels, of Seneca county,
Tuesdav afternoon of last week, in
tempting to slide from a load of hay.fell
ing him instantly.
On Monday of last week Mr. W, N.
Ottley, of Cecil, Defiance Co., was ar-
'rested on the change of passing counter-j
Ifeitmouey. He was taken to Cleveland:
and bound over iu tho sum of SI. 500.
The evidence against lum is very strong.
Two Bons of Michael Raith, of Tiffin
township, Defiance Co., were accident-
Bl,0t by a hunter ou Wednesday of
wee)ii j,ftvt 0f the load striking one
of the bovs in eve, and destroy iug the
sight. They were standing in the yard
at the time, and it is suppoBud to have
been a hunter that did the shooting.
Anthony Sntory, a Polander, was
killed last Monday, ou his farm uear
this place, while felling tiinlier. He
started lmck from tho tree, which he
supposed was the right direction, but
the tree coming back unbeknown to
him, struck him ou oue side severing ail
arm from the body, and crushing him
in a horrible shape and causing death
instantly. He leaves a wife and three
small children. Oak Harbor Press.
At Mansfield, ou Saturday last, arres
ted a man named Soibert, for robbing
the shoe storo of M. Wise, a few nights
before. A quantity of shoes were found
at his residence and identiiled. Seibert
impucated an adopted son of Wise's,
who was also arrested. Ou Monday af
ternoon last, two brothers of hoibert s
ja ted constable Whoeler, who had
made the arrest, knocked him down
with a billv and beat him on the head
and face with stones, and nearly killed
him. They were arrested, and nre now
Rev. Dr. Newton, of Norwalk will
preach at the First Presbyterian Church
ou next Sabbath.
"How is Your Cold."
Is a daily enquiry passing among
friends for lie it known, but few are
without one, and happy are those who
have tried Buckland's "Ttu.tr & Wild
Chkuuy lUrsAit" a cheap but, certain
relief every time. Try a bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hone stin ted on
Wednesday evening for Jacksonville
Florida, where they expect to spend
some time. Thoy go by way of Hnuts-
ville Ala., thenoe to Pensacola, thence to
Jacksonville, and will return via New
York some time in May or June.
Good for the East Side.
A resident on ths East Side, named
Dedrick, is said to have purchased two
lots of land, is already having lumber
drawn on to it, and intends, this spring,
to erect a residence and glue manufacto
ry thereon. The location is tin Ohio
Avenue. Success to yeu, neighbor.
Another Old Settler Gone.
A Mrs. Fitzgerald, mother-in-law to
Mr. Joseph Strausbaugh, of the East
Side, and formerly for many years a
resident of Seneca county, died at an
advanced age, ou Sunday hist, nt the
residence of her son-in-law. The funer
al took plaoe on Tuesday at Oukwood
Another Old Settler Gone. Music-Music
Do you wish to change yonr organ or
piano, or do you think of getting a new
one this spring? In either case first drop
a line to, or call on C. II. Rosa, 181
Summit street, Toledo. He is a capital
fellow to do you justice every time, and
has a special line of instruments besides
all the latest and choioest book and
sheet niusio. In fact, there is nothing
but what he cau supply iu . the way of
muaio. t . -
Lost the Best Half.
Ou Friday last, as Mr. Eugene Slier-ja
wood, brother of Norman Sherwood, of
post office, was passing down the
Front street, at Fostoiia, between S) and !
F. M., some person or persons'
kiKX'ked bini down, extracted nine dol-ltenm
from one of lus pockets and lio-ito
c.imid. F.ugeiiG had, however, nntcb
more money in a pockotbook iu another
pocket, but this the thieves overlooked.
n-nnlf pnninrli flint 1,1 reieiit tlm pt
.perimeut for the balance would bo poor
Now is the Time.
For the newest tho neatest the rich-
flllil mreat u-nll .a,ui anil tinintd it
' " I I .--v. ,
ii t ..l."
vour lionruis. now is the funo
make your selections. Call on Bccx
lano & Sow, Front street, and you will
find cvei'ythiug novel and charming to
eve. They have this season one of
flupst Blwk8 evpr brolut to tUe
city and are effoctiug a free sale each
day at lowest figures. They have also a
very large and choice stock of paint
and whitewash brushes, very cheap,
ljesides all kinds of oils, pure leads,
putty, glass, &c. Lose uo time in se
Handsome Wedding Gifts.
We, last week, roferrod to tho fasli-
lionable wedding of our young friend,
Dr. I rank Crager, to Miss Clara Moore,
Ballville, but the nuptials being cel
ebrated on tho day we went to press, we
could not gleau full details in reference
to the occasion. In proof of the high
regard iu which tho happy pair oro held
iu this community, we annend a list of
tho weddiug presents of which they
were made the rec.ip'ionts previous to
their departure on their weddiug tour.
They were as follows Silverware :
House; butter dish and sugar Bowl
combined, and knife. Cousin, D. Moore;
Presented by Mr. J. Ford, of tho Ball
cake dish. Cousiu Chas. Moore, castor.
Aunt E. Justice, tea bell. Cousin E.
Tiudall, carving knife holder. Cousin
M. Everett, sugar spoon. Mi's. Snyder,
rings. C. Stausmyer.
Mother E. Moore, but-
ter disn and k
iilo. Meli Moore, oue
Pit. and E. Tyler, fruit
dish. Cousin E. Failing, Letter brack
et. Cousin W. J. Rice, bed spread
Ella Dcnn, toilet mat. Sister, Ella
Moore, fruit dish. Cousin J. Speller,
In the evening they left by the 10:15
train and were escorted to tho depot by
the empire band, the boys entertaining
them with a nnmber of excellent pieces
on the platform previous to thoir de
parture, and the happy pair left in due
course with the heartiest congratulation
we may truthfnlly assert of every one
who possessed their acquaintance.
Who slinll say when the present spring
season w ill really set in we mean in the
matter of weather? The continued snows,
rains, frosts and storms afford little
consolation. Though Friday last fair
promise, which Saturday partly confirm
ed, that "Old Sol" was reully going to
settlo down to businoss, on Sunday
morning matters took quite a change.
About four o'clock there was scarcely a
cloud visible. Sheet lightning com
menced to flash from west to east, and
increased in its intensity to 5.30, when
A STORM SPRUNG UP.
The wind blew strong from the south
west and heavy thunder claps com
menced to alternate with tho dancing
flashes of lightning, which at intervals
appeared to light tho whole horizon.
One clap of thunder, in partieular.about
0.15 a. ra., seemed to make almost every
houso vibrate, and bidding "sleepers
awako" struck terror into the minds of
many. The ram, lor a oner tune, leu
sharply, and altogether the morning was '
such as to inspire serious apprehensions
that subsequent reports would disclose
ONE SERIOUS CASUALTY
We learn that the electric fluid struck
a fine barn owned by Mr. Peter Munich,
farmer, residing near. Hossville, and
passing two horses struck a third down
dead instantly, while, it ignited the litter
and hay near to it. The building was
soon in fiivmes.and burned down.destroy
ingalso some 209 to 300 bushels of
grain. We understand, however, it was
insured with the Ohio Farmer's In
surance Company. Tins should bo a
moral lesson to other farmers not to be
too penurious, as they are iu many in
stances, when objecting to a trifle to
protect them from the effects of lightning.
THE IMMENSE BODY OF ICE.
Which usually floats down the river
about this season from Seneca county,
and is looked for with some little anxiety,
came in quite a body from 12.30 to 2
o'clock on Monday morning, and passed
along very quickly under the bridge
crossing to the east side. We hear,
however, tliat the immense gorge took
off ever half of Moore's dam, and part of
a top stringer from Moore & Dean's dam,
also injuring a flume at thoir mill. It is
said that about 100 acres of low lands in
Ballville township are under water, and
the road from J. Moore's to B. W. Lew is'
is for a second time this season, blocked
with ice several feet thick.
On Monday afternoon the wiutl.again
arose, ami between four anil Ave o'clock,
portion of the tin roof over Mr. Art-,
jdiivw Ooh'a carriage shop was taken
completely oil' and part fell on State St.
tbe ix-mainder coiling tip in n heap nl
adhering to one portion of tlio roof. A
Hfaiiiding on State street, belonging
inrveT, a larnier living on t!i9
Pike, took fright lint otilv ran n short1
listHiice when they were caught; only
n trifle of tho wagon licing broken.
To Actual Settlers at Syracuse, Ini.
For twenty-five (2") dollars I will
give n warranty deed of alot 50xl50,eon
veniciitly located, on the property known
us the "Skinner Farm" between the new
depot nud tho "Huntington Road,"
with only these conditions, riz. That
the purchaser shall improve the lot or
lots, so conveyed, by a house or store.to
cost not less than $500; such improve
ments to bo commenced on or beforu
April 15th, 1875, and completed in a
reasonable time thereafter.
Further, ou condition of,tUe purulias-,
or erecting a dwelling or store to cost not
less than $1,500 the conditions and
size of lot to be as above mentioned I
will give warranty deed for the Bum of
one (1) dollar and cost of transfer.
Purchase money to bo paid ou delivery
of deed. This proposition to remain
open until the 15th day of April, 1875.
Comer lots reserved.
For further information apply to Geo.
Crocker, IjiPorte, Ind., or H. L. Crit
tenden, ag't B. &. O. R. R., Syracuse,
The heart is a wonderful pump, the
valves of which open and shut seventy
or eighty times per niiuuto. If an al
coholic stimulant be taken into the blood
the pump works much faster, and this
unnatural Boed wears out the vital
machinery. All tho intoxicating nos-.
tnims advertised as "tonics," "renova
tors," "correctives." Ac, produce this
disastrous effect, andliRiice all intelligent
Christians are thankful that Dr. Walk
er's Veoetablb Vineoab BrrrERs an
Invigorant and Alterativj without a
sting is everywhere supplanting tbes
proprietary poisons. 12-15
The anuual re-union of the 72d Reg.
O. V. I., which was to have beon held .
at Fremont, O., April Cth 1875, has
been Postponed until June 17th 1875.
R. P. BrcKLAND, Pres't.
S. A. J. Snydkr, Secy. 12-W
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the iuuUh, the author udvertises that
money addressed to hiin at Buffalo, N.
1., and inclose! in registered letters.
may be at his risk of loss. The author's
large correspondence with the peopls
upon medical mutters, wlucu we are
credibly informed, frequently exceeds
tnree nunitreti letterB a day, ana re
quires several trained and skillful med
ical assistants and short-hand reporters
to euable hiin to entertain and answer
them, as well as his large daily dealings
with disease nt tho World's Dispensary,
appear to have peeulilarly fitted him for
writing the Work, by rendering hiin
very fumiliar with the every day med
ical needs of tho people, lie endeavors
in this Work to auswer all the numerous
questions relating to health and disease
that have been addressed to him by the
iieoplo from all parts of the land, and
hence it contains important information
for the young and old, malo and female,
single and married, nowhere else can be
found. All the inoBt prevalent diseases
of both sexes are also plainly and fully
considered and means of sell-cure maue
known. Unlike other works n
Domestic Medicine, it includes the sub
ject of Biology, Cerebrall Physiology,
Hygiene, Temperaments, Marriage, Re
production etc., all of which are treat
ed in an original and interesting manner.
It is a compendium of Anutouucal, Phy
siological and Medical Science, auid,
einlxxlies the luLest discoveries in each,