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A STERLING OLD POEM.
Hho shall jmlRA a man frcira mfMui-rf
Who shall know liiru by his dross?
raupfvs may ix At for priucws,
rrintes fit for something loss.
Crnmi'lnil shirt ami ihrty jacket
Mny Ixx-lothe tho fioMeti oro
Of tho deepest thmitfht anil fwliugs;
Bntui vost avi do no more.
There ure s!jrems of crystttl nectar
Ever flowinR out of xtono;
There are purplo bods and golden,
HiddfU, crushed and overthrown,
Ood, who counts by bouIb, not dresses,
Lores and prospers yon aud mo,
Whiles he values thrones the highest
But as pebbles in the sea.
'Man upraised above his fellows,
Oft forgets his follows then;
JffuHtera rulers lords, remember
That your meanest hinds are men;
Men of labor, men of feeling,
Men of thought and men of fame,
Claiming equal rights to sunshine
In manhood's ennobling nirnio.
There are foam-embroidored oceans,
' There are little wood-clnd rills,
There are feeble, inch-high saplings,
There ore cedars on tlie hills.
Cod, who counts by souls, not stations
liOTes and prospers you and mo;
For to him all vain distinctions
Are as pebbles in the sea.
Toiling hands alone are builders
Of a- nation's wealth and fame;
Titled laziness is pensioned,
Fed aud fattened on the satae,
By the sweat of other's foreheads,
Living only to rejoice,
While the poor man's outraged freedom
Vainly lifts its feeble voice.
Truth and justice are eternal,
Born with loveliness and light;
Becret wrongs sliall never prosper
While there is sunny right.'
Ood, whose world-wide voice is singing
Boundless love to yon and me,
I jinks oppression with its trifles
But as pebbles in the sea.
A STERLING OLD POEM. Miscellaneous.
For the Journal.
"SUCH A GAIT."
Gills did you ever hear the saying
"that scarcely one lady in ten could
walk gracefully?" A sweeping assertion
it seems at first, but when we consider
that very little attention is paid to the
gait a child is forming, but all other ac
complishments are taught in the best
manner, it seems too true.
The question is then, "Since so few
ladies walk gracefully, I must be one of
many, to whom there is no 'Poetry in
Motion,' and how can I become a grace
ful pedestrian." In the first place yon
may overcome tho faults of which you
ore conscious. One may be a stoop of
the shonldera, if not too bad, persever
ance, and determination will soon correct
that, and what a change it makes in the
appearance. For ono to walk gracefully
must have an erect carriage.
' But often this is carried to excess.
Perfectly prim, precise and proper, the
appearance of such a lady, reminds one
of those large dolls, so arranged as to
walk a certain distance. However prop
er such a gait, it is not elegant.
Then one lady steps too lone, another i
too short, and, one walks too fast,
another too slow; and often we meet one
who seems not to see straight, but goes
from one aide of the walk to the other.
It is amusing to meet one of this class,
on account of the dodging one has to do
in order to pass.
Then many ladies wear their dresses
too long in front, (A strait dress should
cleat the floor), which causes the wearer
to step on it every few minutes, and
compels said wearer to shuffle along in
m manner anything but stylish. Then
gain, there is the hard stepper, this is
generally alight person, but to hear her
pound along, one must need think her
weight a ton. But it would take too
ranch, tttne to describe the many things
to be avoided in walking.
One thing necessary in order to be
truly graceful, is perfect self possession.
Don't hurry and worry so, and above all
things, enter a church or lecture room
moderately. If you must stop a moment
at the door to compose yourself, do so
by all means, before yon will permit
yourself to rush up the aisle, bolt
through the pew door, and drop into
your seat, out of breath, very glad you
axe there no doubt, but much doubting
the grace of your entrance. I have been
tempted many times to whisper to my
neighbor in church "I wonder whats'
after that girl."
Don't fling open the door of a store,
and rush up to tho clerk, just as though
it was fourth of July and some little!
boys were after you with fire-crackers
and torpedoes. It is not at all pretty,
and will not only confine rhe clerk, but
When yon cuter the PoBt-office and
find a crowd of loungers there, don't
mind the half dozen steps, to bo taken
into ten, nor lengthen them into four.
But take the Loif dozen steps, naturally,
composedly, never let embarrassment
force you to oppoer ungraceful or mila
It luts been truly uuid that one is apt
to forget, and carry "home habits" into
It would be well therefore not to permit
a style of gait at home, not intend
ed fur the street If you are iu a hurry
to g"t tiie "supper dishes" dona, don't
luke jut two stops from Ilia kitchen
Ikbie to Uia oik, when it needs four, nor
looineuj) the two steps leading from the
ward lions at one jump, fur 1 hftve seen:
. young liulii make just such blunders,
when going up the front stops,' or rush
I uig to answer the door bell. It was any
inuig tmt graoejiu.
Children are made to walk lighitly in
school, but how? Why, on tip-toe! A
,bad practice too. It would lie teaching:
a child to walk, if he were told he must
walk lightly, but firmly aud erect,
permit a cliild to tip-toe around.
lieniember if you have over been sick,
how disagreeable it was to have a person
.come into the room on tip-too and
Not long since a young friend said to
me with such a woe begone air:
"Oh, my dear H I liave liad such a
"Lost any property?" I asked quickly.
"Property! you ask mei that? think
you 1 would feel so badly about
"Oh!" said I, meekly, "So much de
pends upon money, and knowing how
desperately in love you profess your
self to be."
"Don't mention it," said lie excitedly.
"Very well," I replied,
"Now don't cut a fellow up so," said
he, "and 111 tell you it."
"Very well; proceed," was myonswer.
"Well now, you know that girl I met
the other evening was stunning, in fact,
an angel almost"
"An angel and stunning; pretty good:
go on pray, said 1.
"Well she was bewitching, graceful as
ship at flea; gracious in her manner as a
lalniy May morning, she sang divinely,
and danced like a cherub." (He was
excited and getting" things mixed some
what.) "Her manner at table was per
fect and I thought oh its too bad."
"Xow," said I, "I'll give you just five
minutes more. What's the trouble?"
"Xow don't be so savago with a fellow.
This morning I was standing by the
bank, talking with some of the boys,
and one said, 'Joe there comes your
lady love' and added in an undertone,
"whew butBheisa duck for walking,
I turned then, and, by George (beg
pardon) such a gait! It was something
between a roll, a pitch, or anything else
you can think. Good bye H I vowed
I would marry that girl if I could get
her, but I swear I won't try. I'm going
duck hunting, and will for get. Catch
me ever falling in love with a girl again,
till I see her walk."
Aud, considering that he was at the
same time talking of going duck hunting
to forget but could still speak of falling
in love again I wisely refrained from say
tng anyihing comforting, thinking time
would heal his broken heart. But I tho't
I would say something to the girls on
this subject, -for "fear they did not give it
enough attention. A Walkist.
Mahch 4. Senate The Senate re
mained in continuous session from yes
terday until the hour of seui die ad
journment to day. Compromises wore
effected on all the appropriation bills
referred to conference committees, and
none of those measures failed to pass.
Bills were also passed providing for the
Fox and Wisconsin river improvements
in Wisconsin; amending the bill autlior-
izing the Mississippi river bridge at St,
Louis; removing political disabilities
from a number of persons; providing
.for the equalization of bounties.
House An ineffectual effort was
made to have the resolutionsVf censure
upon Bepreseututive Brown, of Ken
tucky, rescinded. A largo number of
bills and resolutions not snecificallv
named in the report of proceedings, were
passed. Also bills authorizing the
coinage of a twenty cent silver piece;
authorizing a pontoon wagon bridge
across the Mississippi at Dubuque. A
large part of the time of the House was
occupied in consideration of reports
from conference committees.
March 5. Senate The Senate con
vened in extra session at noon, aud was
called to order by the Vice President
The new Senators were sworn in. Mr.
Morton introduced resolutions recog
nizing the Kellogg Government in Lou
, iaiana and declaring rinchbaok entitled
to be seated as a Senator from that
State. A great crowd of spectators fill
ed the galleries.
.iiahoh o. oenare a resolution was
. n ti t . ...
offered by Mr. Clayton providing for an
investigation of political affairs in the
Indian Territory, but was objected to
and laid over. The resolution for seat
ing Pinchback was taken up and advo
cated by Mr. Mortou. A short execu
tive session was held.
March 9. Senate Senator Ferry,
of Michigan, was elected President pro
teni. by 3!) rotes to 25 for Senator
Thurman. Tlie credentials cf Senator
Booth, of California, were presented.
The standing committees of the Senate
March 10. Senate After reading
of the journal, consideration of the res
olution for the admission of Pinchbaek
was resumed, and Mr. Merriinou oon
tinned his argument in opposition. Mr.
Ucrrimon oouoludod his argument at
two o clock, when Mr. McCreery of
Kentucky obtained the floor, but yield
ed for an Executive session. The doors
were reopened and the Senate adjourned.
Wabob 8. Senate Paaaed: Senate
bills reguUiting eloctioa of townrihip
offioera; House bill autLoriaing ootatuia
sioaen of highway to etraihUm and
deaa out aeeka and other waturooorsea.
in their reports. A resolution was also
'adopted providing foran investigation of
j the financial management of tho Peniten
jN'ever Itiary for the purpose of testing ailleged
A joint resolution was adopted tnthor
izing the direct rs of the VoniU iitinrv
i to appoint a committee of their own
- nmnWr to iusjtert tho prisons of other
House A resolution was passea re-
'quiring tlm Dim -tors and Warden of
the I'eniteutiHry to explain discrepancies
; charges of corrupt Ion. House bills pro-
vidiug fur appointment of a store-keep
er nt tho Penitentiary gave rise to bitter
discussion, and was istpoued until
Wednesihiy next. Bills passed: Sen
ate bill puu'.sliim; Hoards of Kducation
for neglect to make school levies; House
bill authorizing township trustees to
increase the nmd levy to 1 mills per dol
lar, instead of 1 mill, as now.
March 4. nate Several local bills
were introduced. Passed: House bills,
amending section 247 of the civil code
so as to include within its provisions
restraining orders as well as injunctions
prescribing the manner of appropriating
p.-operty for the use of corporations: an
thorizing railway companies to extend
their liues through ono or more counties
on a vote of the stock-holders.
House Kills introduced: Limiting
the compensation of county officers
creating circuit courts; allowing hoirs
and legatees to testify in cases to contest
tho validity or sot aside a will or deed
of any ancestor or grantor under whom
they may claim title; authorizing the
Ooveroor to execute a deed to certain
canal lauds; to regulate the keeping in
order of partition fences; authorizing
corporations to issue either registered or
coupon lionds, and exchange the ono
for the other; amending the municipal
code m regard to notice of improve
ments; to provide conqiensation for
clerks to board'! of infirmary directors;
protecting property abutting on banks
of rivers aud streams; requiring county
auditors to tjummon before them per
sons whoarc miirked on assessor's returns
as absent, refused to swear or failed to
(list all their property; equalizing taxes
on 'railways between townships, cities
and villages; authorizing college, trus
tees to prevent the appointment of vis
itors; forfeiting subscriptions to rail
ways mid turnpike; unless work shall lie
begun within two years. Passed: Scu
ate bills requiring payment of checks
and drafts at sightor preventing street
operas and protecting mendicant child
ren; House bill providing that if a man
has had children by two wives, his wid
ow shall have full control of his one
third interest, and if she dies intestate
the property shall be divided equally
among all the children.
March 5. Tho Senate, without trans
acting any business, adjourned until
In the House a bill was introduced
repealing the interest laws of the State.
Adjourned until Tuesday.
March 9. Senate Bills introduced:
Providing a mode for ascertaining and
establishing heirships to estates of in
tcrests; appropriating 8200 to the clerk
of the Morgan raid claims board.
House Bills introduced: Rolutiner to
disposition of moneys held iu trust for
building soldiers' monuments; enabling
county comniisbiouers to construct ap
proaches to bridges; prescribing the du
tuios of the steward of the Blind Asy
lum; extending powers of executors, ad
ministrators, guardians and assignees;
providing for reduction iu the width of
township roads; requlriug foreign rail
way companies doing business in the
iStato b i tile certificates of incorporation
in the State-; providing for appraisal of
property of deceased parties. Only 49
nieniltcrs were present
March 10. Senate Bills introduced :
Authorizing incorporated companies for
the construction of parks and public
halls to increase their capital stock.
Several local bills were introduced and
passed. Also Senate bill restricting in
vestments of savings and loan associa
tions. House Bills introduced: To en
courage railway companies to provide
signals and alarms at crossings, also sev
eral local bills. The general appropria
tion bill was amended by the insertion
of an approhriation of $15,000 for the
geological survey. An amendment ap
propriating $300,000 to pay the Morgau
raid chimin was rejected.
WHAT ENERGY CAN DO.
Wt. ... j:m 41. ..A 1
, g.CT, auius K'UUIUJ uuu
entuniriHe Should develop iu the WITH)
, F "
ni luiun tiiaii yvanx9 mil Ulv iCHaOU
of oniTgy, presurvuncfl and phiok ia tho
Over fifty years ago, a youth working
on a farm aukej his father to give him
money enough to buy a gun. Tho old
man could not npure it: but the bov.
nothing daunted, found an old pixoe of
iron ulxnit the plaoe, aud in the oourae
of time contrived to make a gun-barrel
out of it with tlie very meager faculties
afforded by a country blacksmith's shop.
He hnd not tlie materials to make a
loek and stock, so he walked to tho nenr
erit town and traded for the necessary
attachments, aud waa enoouragod by tlie
smith for having mado so good a shooter;
this gave bun the ambition to make an
other; so he went to cutting out grind
Htones from the native rock to raise tlie
money for gnn materials, and iu a short
time there was a considerable demand for
guns of his make.
During th Fretiih war with Prussia
was ea'lej upon to furnish guns for the
army, and in lets than eight months he
made susd delivered to the gorernement
of France rifles of a particular pattern,
costing o,uuu,lXK wlueti amount was
! duly paid. The same mini fnrnishes ri
fW now'for tlie United States, South
Anicl ica, Home, Hpiiin, Egypt and Ja-
The farmer's boy w ho wanted a gun is
F.Iiphalot Remington, of Hon, Jf. Y.
His manufactory covers four acres of
ground, and he employs twelve hundred
men. Not satisfied witli this achieve
ment, ho hns recently completed a sot-
ing machine, which is reported to be
quite a success. This is the tyie of a
boy w ho, when thero is not a way, makes
a way for himself.
"Pat," said an officer to his Irish ser
vant, "you cloan my boots very careless
ly. The right is always much brighter
than the left." "Sure yer honor, and
isn't that the foot ye always kick me wit?"
MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.,
St 4TB or Ohio, Iksirakob Pkpartmknt.
t.'OLnXIIH. .I.n l.t. IkTA I
WHrnAS, The Mercantile Mutual Insurance
Compsny. located t New York. In tli Hrste
a .cw i orn, tu nicu id mis omre a Bwoni state
ment, by the proper Olucers thereof, showing Its
condition and business and haa complied In alt
rnieets, with the Lsws of tills Rtato, relating to
Kira Insurance tomtautea. liii-orrMiriifpri kv oilier
Slates of tho I tilted fcttatca.
Now, TiiRRKpoRE, In pursuance of law, T,
William P. Church. Mnncrilitrudeiit Af Insurance
of the statu of Ohio, do hereby certify, that said
Company Is authorized to transact Its approptiate
business of Fire Insurance In this state. In ac
cordance with law. fllirlmr the current vear. The
condition and business of said Company at the
lauof such statement (December mat. 1";4.) Is
shown as follows:
Aczreirate amount nf available Assest t9Q7.r69 M
AgiffCKate amount of l.iabiihiee,(cepl
capnai,; mciuuiug re-uiaurance uro,iHe si
Amount of aatual paid up Capital, .
Amonnt of Income for tiie year in ah,l,00tr,74y' tm
.-imouni oi itxpeuuiinres lor tne year
in casu, i,vhi,zw ae
IH Witness Wiiotikof, I have hereunto sub
scribed nit name, and caused the Seal
seal of my office to be afllxad, the day and
year above written.
W. K. CllUKC'U, Superintendent.
W. L. BUTMAN, Agent,
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'NY,
HARTFORD, CONN. -
Available Assets, - $2,457,907 59.
State or Ohio, TxffimANCB Pepartment.)
Coi.ckrds. Jaucury 19tli, 1K76.' (
WIIHHKAS, The Hartford Fire Insurance Com
pany, located at Hartford In the Htate of Con
necticut, has Died in 1his oftlce a aworu state
ment, by the proper oMcera thereof, showing
iU condition aud bniiueea. and has comnlipri in an
rrspectn, with the lawn of this Htate, rulntlng to
Now.THEneroHE.In pursuance of law, I, William I
F. Church, Superintendent of Ianiraiica o the
Hlste of Ohio, do hereby certify, that said Compa- i ,
ny ia hereby authorised to transact iu appropriate ;
business of Fire Insurance In this State, la ac-!
cordance with law, dnring th. current year. The
and business of said c.mpany at the i
dateofsuch statement (December 81et, 1ST4,) Is
sliowu as follows:
AuereBateam.nntof available assets t2.4AT.go7 Bfl
AgeKate amonnt of I1abllitles(except
cainuii;, iuciuuiii reinsurance. . . l,Xtii,noi bo
Amonnt of actual paid upcupltal.... l.uoo.ouo 00
1,4,4 ,4 1
Amount of Income for tli. year In caah H,244,01 IK
Amount of Kxpeudlturea fur tlie year
' 1,SII,BIW OS
la Witnkss Wns.Kr.or, I hsre hereunto sub-
scrneu my iisme. and cused tlie Seal of
l4L I of myoftieo to be aflx1. the day and
j jrai mmu wrilirn.
- W. K. CUUKC'II, Superintendent.
W. L. BUTMAN, Agent,
LONDON & EDINBUURGH.
allabl Aaaeta, E 1,093.604,17 9.
State or Onto, IssriuKca Dbiubtmknt,)
CoLUMBtrs, January 11. 18Tft. f
WH BREAK, The North llrittr-l. and Mercan
til Insurance Company, locacted ai Ixn
doa and rxltnbarvh, hi the tnilcd Kinjrdom
of Urtt Britain anil Irwland, a Foreiirn Fire In
surance 'ompauy, is poseeBMed of the amonnt
oi urMial chi.uu rtjuircd of ciuillitr coinpnleB
formed undr the provisions of the act entitled
"An at lo at(rulae InsuranceCompanit-sdoinK an
I null ran - huiuess lii the Htate of Oliio.' naMtwl
April t.tb, IHia. and the a.-U amendatory thereof
an0 ,Dlementarv Ihen-to. has deistsiled with the
Mniterliitendentof lnsursnceof the Mate ot Ohio,
lu trust tor the benellt ajid security of its policy-
I ti"itii-n rrsiutn in me ninie oi ttnto, a SJm not
len. iiibu out niiiitiio luuusatiu ouiiars, in stocks
slid securitiea required aud allowed hv said acts.
snd has nled m this office a certified copyofitu
Charter iieeil ol selticmeut, and a detailed staU
menl of Us assets and liablhlns, and cvidenres ot
investments, aud otherwise compiled with all the
the rt-tulsilioua o said acts, which are applicable
to foreign Fire Insurance Companies, partnerships
Now, TSKSKruBK, In pnrsnsnceof Isw, I, Wil
liam F.Ohureh, supcrilitentK-ut of Insurance of the
Htute of Ohio, do hereby certify that said company
is authorised to transact lis appropriate business of
Fire lusursuce in this Htate. In accordance with
law during the enrreut year. Ths condition aud
bualucsa of said Conipnuy Ucc. 81t, ma, as
shown hy ststement ot Home Ottica made to this
Department, is ss follows:
Amount of .'lna paid upfipitiJ....X 4N, 000. 00,0
canitBl) iiic.udlis&r rinurniw-
of Kieudiiui-u lor ih year
Tlie condition and bvIneM of the rultod Htate
ur Auinniian urujen, UVKCtUOtt let, U aUOWlt
by Bialeiucnt, aa follona:
Aifr'Kte amonnt of available A Met!
Id Uifl l uiUnl Hiatal $00.21
Att'rctuLo amonut oi UahlliUet in the
I! mted burtua, ioclu4ug re-luaur
Amount of Income for the Dreredinv
year in uh iu the ( ntu-d BUioi, 1.374.&00.W
Amount of Kxpeuditurra for tlie pre-
yur in cab in tiia Lulled btaiea, 93i,M.91
In WiThBM W uic ft at o, I bare hereunto au.K
KTttMd my name. aJid cauaod ttieaeul
UAL of niy office to bm aiSLMl. Ui 4aj and
yar aunvo wriiifii.
WARD & BUTMAN, Ageats,
Piano, Voice and Theory
8-21 43 Garrison st., Fremont.
lABUCKLAND (OLD) BLOCK, I
.J FREMONT, O. ,
Resident ef Fremont Sf life 1840.
HKFKKKNOES:-Bnk of Fremont
National Bank of Fremont, Ohio.
The future of our city nererleokol more flatter-
Irif tlmn at present. The Fremont !!irv.t..rrv..n
pnny. for the manufacture ot the celebrated Hub
bard Mowers and Keapers. has commenced work
aim aipecttoput rioo machines on the market In
" "i imo coming narvest. Other new busi
ness Is openlne. Business blocks are coinc un.
-wany uw.-lllmrs are to bo frat up ss soon as the
season will admit. At my Agency you will ftnd a
UKSIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
h irt and Lift Inturan?', by Ttn of the FirtU
' Mwtr TickstA, bp secern Lino,
fnjut i'aMl in .SViiuliiAyty tAwiiy.
rinu flau txllBui,tingi Ktnttd, and Hmtt
InUttiiKnet Oimn by Letter.
t W Persons St a distance iIabM.i. I.
fr"? ,hi P"'" C,I address communications
cu. y. n me suojccl noes not require
much time and attention, a few .
enclosed will be a sufficient remuneration. Where
moretlme and labor are required, a reasonable com-
0 on Oroghan street,
a feet on Front street.
Brick house on Croatian street.
Ijwelllng and desirable lot on Birciiard a.enue.
'use nu im on jonrt street.
Three, beautiful low on Bircuard avenue.
V aeant lot on Front street.
4 acres on Tiffin street.
The t.'lapp comer, Front street.
Lot No. l,4n, south side South street.
? !,,h dw'"lllK. Fifth street (East Side),
1,nuo,nno acres Iowa and Nebraska land.
Lot and Brick Honse on State Ktreet.
nry desirable residence on State Street
5 acres iu 'Inad Ball sub-division.
Splendid unit Photograph rooms.
Office. Bcoii(!-etury, front bU
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
No person oagbtt go a etajrle day without hav
Inir their nronertv.nf whtvr LHnH in.noj rn.
jjne, old comulHa of the world that have never
uiuviiTu inHii meir loaecs are repreaeutcd at
England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
WU' over TWELVE MILLON DOLLAHSsurplus
Hartford Accideit Intnranco rmn,.
, , , , "CCIQ?l 'HsUrance Company,
'." 1 ne policies from one to ten thousand
l""are. paying from FIVE to FIFTY DOLLAHS
Lierw,f,! L don"'i'T In case of disability. Acel
rondition dent 1 icketa for fxtwo at T WKNTY-FI VKOKNT8
Wing FIFTEEN 1MI.LAH8 per week
the City of KremonL Coui
dunky, aud Hute of Ohio, aud botn
I would cbll yoar attention to their names and
HOME, New York, $5,624,445
rmuMA, uartlord, 1,852,302
uuwaiu.1N. 1., 968,038
HOME, Ohio, 523,633
ARMENIA, Pa., 338,964
Manhattan, N. Y., 700,885
Fire Association, Pa., 3,135,735
ROYAL, Liverpool, 16,277,054
"'Presenting nearly SIXTY MILLION DOL
LAKS, to pay losses that may occur at th! acencv.
JP7If.y0.niW,,h ,0 Tl,,t l 0,1 Country or
bring out a friend, come to KKKIKU'8 AUKNCY
ana irei your ticket.
straiiLi-rs will alwava fln.l a .leak in m
With TrntMnl Answers-
VrH0 keePe8t the choicest line of
.i!J .i,nJ.0,JSer,eVld ln'flly Fresh Pro
visions, In tlie Olty or ifrumont?
STAUSMYER & CO.
"W"HO can Pve that fact to the
Y advantage of incrednlons people?
STAUSMYKU & CO.
AVTHO Bella the nioat gooda for the
T least money (Jrooeries. Civkn cu...
Wood or Willow Ware, Lamps, c.l " '
STRAUSMYER & CO.
7HO dcmls impartially with all alike
maaea no second price, and en kits the
continued coundenc. of palrona? 1
STAUSMYER & CO.
A7"HO kenps the moat highly and ex
,i J. Yl"" fatored store In the cltj run on
the Cash drinctytet
STAUSMYER & CO.
WHOEVER, tterefore, aeeka to act
" vruilcutly aav. money ohtsln th.
; and evade the thonsani
trail will A.,A .Zi a JIT -'.'.X
ooogB. Characteristic ot
S I' A I M YTTT?
The Cheapest house in the City for Cash.
Note the Address, 51 Front St.
nr CALL TO BK CONVINCED. TLS
Brandt Condlt, Plaintiffs,) Sandusky
. lnst V i:ommou
Ella J. Capier, UefendantJ Pltwa.
IN porsnanceof avendl expouns Issued from the
Clerk's oftlce of the Court of tultn, ...... bl... .
"I' T ,i,v "'" usyof feb-
In !""' "ne dlr,ictwi ' the shove
lt u ill! U,,S"blic l ,h "
Sandusky County, Ohio, on the lath dsvof Keb-
1 vs. louiuns. uuio. mi
between the hours of one ami two o'clock in the
afturuoon of auid dny(
the following real t a late,
, l oumy oi Bau
botndttd aiul de-
lulota unmlx-r 77(1 nmriilMfl t VA Tr
p-'w, i 10 ism, rvo. f 14 Al iNo.7f5at$M
No. 7i at KJ, .No. ;8 at $30, No. 74'st tm. No!
Bl aits'), ma at till, 74 at M0 IDS at til), 7118 al
" at no, ms at , S114 at tin, eu
at $, fna at tao. at 10, SftS at t,io. KM
at tw, NR at tso, (taoattdo, Hot at0, S7I at tsu,
87s at tM, Hh4 at ao. Bin at tao. khs at add. hh .1
at Mo. ttus at W, XK) at teo, aos at tao. too at
tao, Dos at tao, io at tao, on at tu, via at tao, ik
vis at aau, m al E.l, sta at tao, 97 at tSO,
M at SW), vds at ui. s.lc at SHe. a . twi a.T
tao, van at tao, a at aao, tw at tau, su at tao, dm
TkHHsor Hals ;ssh. ' " ' '
1 akiui U Ike orouerlvof Kilt J. CatiDes. df.i,d
ant, to satisfy s veudl capouss in favurof Brandt
tllvsa uuuer toy omi lal rlifwalurs. at the HberlS's
offlos in the 0Hy of JTemout, In the Coauty and
Slate afurscald, this mtd day of Prbraary, A. I),
HHfc HUNK COONUOO, BuenfJ.
AND , f
Ilavlng purchased the iare' ssock of
CLOT H I IT G-
I propose to cell them at
Than ever known In Fremont. The aanortment
is complete, ana I ieci assareu that ae regards
STYLES J7IT PRICES,
I will satisfy all that may give me a call.
Successor to L. GUSDORF.
Premont, Sept. 161h, 1K4.
ThePfTlceof orsnoHF UROTBltnR
at the auu place, where the hifrneat pries will be
iun im pu tsiuuB ui i,uoD.ry rroauce,
OjOOO Live or Dressed Hogs
wanted the coming season.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
Company hae been removed from Croshan Street
51 FRONT, STllEET, '
The World Famed
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l CALL AND INSPBCTTHIM.i ,'
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THE: HEW CUROMOSFram
Tlieae Ekpftnt Chroiuoa axe by far the motttei
fn .iwif lmluiit evur git.-n w uim yunn dciiij
vi U of bmiior and "Pluck" tu tue lat exul
1$ by W iuoLea, tikouuttd npju caiivuaAd
tratiiera, lrlce $)0 Uw ulr. A-nd order it) the
onhitatH-r. J r. KYUJUt, tSt fcuptrior toireec.
ym - ... ,m $
. PLCCK NO. 1.
IN THE WEST !
IIve the Finest Stock of ,
. - . EYR' OPENED
WEST OF NEW YORK
T A I L O R I IM G
They have employed
, AND A CORPS OF .
Call and See Us! J '
D RYFOOS & PRO..
Corner Front nd Croehan Streets
FKKMONT. OHIO. ji;
, ttBoulyromcrly eTorrlbcovar! Ihatili
Jommon fonna of the disease, havo seldom re-
IdlroU the use of more Uian one bottle.
JNB BOTTm-nsusIlT Ifsus CIRE
IiPKHfIA. Hl,ferI(, r,
, ' KH1MPKLAS. I '
.r..r-- PPlIcotlon rnrri CHI1
ULAINN, liiFKn FKKT. Tin luw
LOUKAIIJf, NKKVOI N TIIIITU
AliHK. Klrw umnii iiii
n boitie ! - at - uro nro - foi
envois HBtoiniK, iTawi" H CK.
rloe, Olio Dollar.
af If toii are AfHicrn,L oahH tn e...
wif,?rt,1,'!'U 'OWi'lffctit for yon, or send
JSE DOl-LAE BT MAIL to us andlt wUl bt
LA WSON CHEMICAL CO.,
CLEVELAND, OHIO. .
MAO IN CITY AND COUNTRY BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
roledoT ' ' "-"'"""i MO
Enginea ana Boiler.
BEST and CHEAPEST!
AND KIPP'S NEW ENGINE
ARE THE BEST IJT TIIE VUR1.D
Cannotcollapse oreiplode. Aresilf-feedln"-f rom
Water 1 auk. No Fore. Turns is used, tl.ns saving
the engine from PnmDlni AdAISST nikti
ig water luto Holler, whoo by
nas been allow ed to iret low
carelessness the w ater has been allowed to iret low
or entirely out of Boiler Jio flues lo get warpoi
1 out ol snspo.
PREMIUM8 IN 1070
First and lltchest Vcininr si thnhP,Milnf.n...
'ional Pair and KxposiUouAt Huftaluj M. T. Alo
It th. Wutum V..-L. V.. I- ..Ui. .. .. ....
- ........... . - -" . u, . i n,i, mm iiocneatcr.
Also at Centra) New York Pair, held at rtir. Al
so st the New York Nlata Fair, held at Albany.
AlsoattheOreatFatrof tbe American lustltntc,
held In Now York for two months dutlnc tbe faB
of 173. Also at niaiuy Pairs lu Ohio and oUx
Suies. .. . , , i . : ,
XSSTZ&Z OXTX AX.S.
Mceere. Whitman & Hi bkkll, Utile Kalia. K, V
Your favor of the 16th limt. U t h.i.a i m. J.
np Bollef and KiiRiiw.rai. Utem undr 70 lls. 0tram
iruBnuni, anu rawra nvrr m cord of wood twice
In two beorh and manlel In 11 v mtnnt.- t k
aawed cordaof wood twice in twoin IU minute.
tv4uiMr ) wrui oi woot liUe ID l0 U UO
nuur wiui tiin nu. ihuilt.
1 bad a i
jr .lis ,ue no. Oillicr.
bad a platform made for the boiler and cnclne
I placed them on a pair ol Imb elci:hs, soinc
uud sawing wood. 1 had the accnt ol VV iUiamii'
arouua rawing wood, j imd the atrt-u
ttauer bring a Uirtwher and cleaner aud I ran
through to b nc! ids of oats The agmit thinka 1
i cnu run a s it oieamr withtlie boiler and engine.
I ran tlie boiler undor a nreaaure of ted tha it
airly made the cleaner howl. A No. 4 holier aud a
3i II, 1. miuino ia itleiity bbavr biioul-Ii ia ran &
saw or a 1 11. IhreaJier and cluaner, . i ,. - ,
Thebotler1 by tmttimr the -exhuuxt nhw hi th
amoke alack and Uiing aoft coal, will uiuke ataa
enough for a 6 II. V. engine, as I bad lliv dau.u.t
shut half the time, aud the door open, snd llitn.
it would make mope atcain tlmn 1 wanttI, Ttaa
harder the work the luuru ateam it mukeii.
Xouratruly, . T. i. liKI.UaSGKIt. ;
WHITMAN t BURRELL,
Little Falls, New York,
UoAufactnrer and Pealerain Cherae and Baiter
Factory Apparatus of e very duacrintion.
IN THK OI8TRI0T CX)UKT OF
THK UMTKD 8TATES, for 'be Nwthern
Utalnct of ObMt. In uie iuaUr oi slauara K. Uefl
nor, bankrupt. Iu oaukruptcv. Al C'ii-veUad,
in aald liairtct, on the Uoui day of February, A.
it. lo.a, a u iua vrwnwiri oi aaiu
ed In haJ
Take outloo Uials Detitiou baa be, filed In H&Jd
Court by dainea It. Uenner.
l-otiuiy of Nkaduaky, in aald i)ie!rtf d JyrirOarad
a bankrupt under the Aft ol Ikmgrcaa of Mar-ib
td, laal t fort dlhchtirife, and a Cfrtlfl. ate thuruoi
from all hii dbt and other clahna provaMe nu
drr aatd Art, and that the Wlh tlay of tan h next,
at 10 o'clock A. Ht., 1 aHaiKUd for th ; bearing ot
tbe aame, when and where you may attend and
abowcauve, If any yo bave. why the prayer of.
tUa aaid felltjon aliouid net be a ran ted.
KARL BILL, ,
Clerk of tiie IWatHot Coo-t.
10-U By CBA4. U, BliX, leyaty Ciark.
of Kremont, in tht