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Th majority si tha boat wed in tha
(hherlea r ordinary fiahing-boata thraa
partt 1h kcj otot, mil oftrryinjf oaewt
with an ordinary lug-aajl. Tliay are from
aightoen to thirty feet in length, and ore
uwnnfd by a crew of four or fire men, one
of whom ia ipocially angnged for the pur
pose of li&uling, while the rest are divora.
Jn some cases, the men own their own
toats, but gerininlly Hiey nro hired for the
aeaaon, which extBii from June to the
middle of October. No wagea nro paid :
the rcmunRrntion conRiHtH in nn cqiinl Hhare
of the produce of tho nliii)f,'. 'J'lie prof
its of a good direr reach aaliightu forty
pounds a aonsoii. I)iving is practiced from
a very early age up to forty years, beyond
which few are able to continue tho pur
suit. It docs not appear, however, that
practice has any tendency to shorten life,
although, as the diver approaclios forty, he
is less able to compete with hlayouugnrund
more vigorous brother. The time during
which a Syrian diver can remain under
water depends, of course, on his ago and
training. Sixty seconds is reckoned good
work, but there are ruro instances of men
who are ablo to stay below eighty seconds.
The men on the coast, however, make ex
traordinary statements as to the length of
. time their best hands are ublo to remain
under water, and gravely assert that eight
and ten minutes are not impossibilities.
For the benefit of the curious in such mat
ters, we give a description of the manner of
diving: The diver naked of course
with an open net around his wnist for the
receptacle of the prizes, sei7.es with both
hands an oblong whito stone, to which is
attached a rope, and plunges overboard.
On arriving at the bottom, the stone is
deposited at his feet, and keeping hold of
the rope with one hand, the diver grasps
and tears off the sponges within reach,
which he deposits in the nut. Ho then, by
a series of jerks to the rope, gives the sig
nal to those above, and is drawn up very
thankful to once more breathe his native
air, one would imagine.
STONES OF SIZE.
, Some of the blocks of granite used in
the construction of the treasury building
at Washington nro the largest ever moved
in this country, and were all carried from
tho eastern part of Maine. They were
transported to Washington by water, and,
after their arrival there, moved by ox-
power upon a double pulley system, a dis
tance of two miles, to the spot where they
were wanted for use. The work of moving
them was performed with com partly ease,
not more than eight or ten yoke of oxen
being employed to move a block of mors
than seventy tons weight. The fluted
pillars, great numbers of which are used in
the building, ure forty feet long and weigh
fifty tons, at least. The largout blocks,
thirty to forty feet square and thirty feet
thick, weighed upward of .seventy tons.
The facility with which these large blocks
were moved and fixed in their places was a
source of wonderment, and seemed to ad
miring spectators to bo the perfection of
mechanical skill and ingenuity. And yet,
how insignificant the achievement when
compared with the triumphs or ancient art.
In the foundation of the great tempi.- of
the sun, at Balbcc, may still be seen, even
in the second course, stones which arc
thirty-seven feet long and nine feet thick j
and under these, about twenty feet from
the ground, three stones which alone occu
py one hundred and eighty-two feet in
length by twelve in height. These three
stones are estimated to weigh nine hun
dred tons each.
But we read of an Kgyptiuu idol-temple,
Boris, far surpassing this, in which there
was a sanctuary composed of a single block
of granite sUty feet square. This is the
largest and heaviest stone mentioned in
history. , , , ,
A BREATHING CAVE
In the range of the mountains in Wiwt
rn North Carolina known as the -Vox
Rargo," a most singular phenomenon ex
ists. It is a "breathing cave." In the
(Summer months a current of air comes
from it so strongly that a pem.u can't walk
against it, while in Winter the suction is
just as great. The cool air from the moun
tains in Summer is felt for miles iu a direct
line from the cave. At times a most uu
pleasunt oder is emitted upon the current
from dead carcasses of animals sucked in
ad killed .by the violence.' The loss of
cattle and stock in that section in Winter
is accounted for in this way. They range
too near the mouth of the .cave, and the
current carries them in. At times, when
tha change from inhalation begins, the air
ia filled with various hairs of animals; not
frequently bones and wholo carcasses are
found miles from the place. The air ha
been known to change materially in tem
perature during exhalation from quite cool
to unpleasantly hot, witheriug vegetation
within reach, and accompanied by a terri
ble roaring, gurgling sound, a pot tailing.
It is unaccounted for by scientific men who
have examined, though' no exploration cm
take place. It is feared by many that a vol
canic eruption muy break forth.there some
time. Huch things have occurred in places
as li tt le unexpected.
"My son," said an Americsu father,
"how could you ninny an Irish yiil V"
"Why father." said the sou, 'Tin not ubl.i
to keep two women if I'd murriod u Yan
kee girl I'd have had to hire an Irish jrii-1
to take rare of her."
Atx;oBDiNo toofticial statistics jiit pub
lished, thera were 5,275 suicides in France
Tui number of school and university li
braries) in France is 15,623, containing
The Pitrui Journal says that the e --Queen
Isabella ol Hi is about to reli l:er Ui i
aaondg eatimated at a value of twelvu millions
ot francs. They will be dUpcsed of by aue
tioa ia Lcdo-ii.
Although omnibu aompanies generally
py fair dividends, ta vehicles themselves
ara oi regarded by passengers aa aura
mads to fortune..' Yet it seems that, under
certain circumstances an omnibus may
prove a wonderful EldoraHo to its fortunate
occupants. Quite recently this occurred to
a lady traveling inoneof these conveyances
to the City Road, London, who had wealth
thrust upon her in a singularly agreeable
manner. During the journey a flashily,
dressed young man, of dubiouj appearance,
sat by her side, but got out Wore it came
tohevtiirnforVliij'.Hiiig. When she did
alight, what was her horror to find that her
purae, containing, luckily, only twelve shil
ings was gono! In vain wa3 search made
by the conductor in the straw ; the missing
article could not be found. Without auy
doubt, the flasliily-drusoej young man had
picked her pocket in (ransifx and made off
with the proceed. So said the conductor,
and the majority of the passengers agreed
with liii opinion, lint the 1 idy, tainkiug
she might liavo been inUtukeu, again
searched her pocket. The purse did not
meet her fingers, but something else did.
.Withdrawing her hand, she produced a
massive ring, set with what appeared to be
whito crystal. After this proof there could
be littlo doubt that her flashy fellow-traveler
had stolen the purse ; so tho lady had
nothing for it but to ask a friend who had
accompanied her, to pay both their faros,
and to resign herself to the loss. When re
counting the affair to her husband that
night, she produced the ring, which was
probably considered a worthless bit of Bir
mingham ware, since thiovua do not gener
ally sport much jewelry. Yet the stono was
wonderfully brilliant, and tho cutting very
perfect, while the setting appeared some
what heavy for brass. Altogether they
were so struck by its appearanco, that they
next day took the gewgaw to a leading jew
eler What would he give for it? After
some inspection he oll'erod XW, the stone
being a remarkably fino brilliant and the
setting pure gold. The above story is lit
erally and absolutely true, the incident hav
ing occurred within the last ten days, and
the ring being still in the lady's possession.
A LOST FATHER.
Even along the Valley of the Willamette
(Oregon) may be found persons around
whose lives cling a dark cloud of romance
stranger far than half the fiction written
in the yellow covered novels of this sensa
tional generation. We have just learned of
one most strangr-, queer and unnatural, and
which runs as follows:
About twenty-five years ago a man nam
ed William Blair loft St. Stephen's Parish,
in the Province of New Brunswick, leaving
two of his children behind him. No one
knew whither he had wandered or scorned
to care. The Utile children, both girls,
were cared for by the friends until they
wearied, and next went oh parish charges,
where they remained until able to earn
their own living by labor, which they did.
For nearly tweuty-five years not a word
was heard by them of their father, whose
remembrance had almost faded by the lapse
of years. Daring this time Mr. Blair wan
dered throughout almost every Stat in the
Union, at last coming toa halt on the banks
of the Willamette, near the setting aim.
He was an old man, his sun vas low, and a
year ago it set to rise again on the morn of
that great Day of Judgment. His daugh
ters had passed into womanhood, the eldest
marrying a gentleman named Warters, tak
ing up a home in Hainesville, Mass. Dur
ing the past year Judge Hurley, of Lafay
ette, and V. A. Wood, of this city, succeed
ed in ascertaining the whereabouts of these
children, to whom the old man had willed
all his property, if they could be found, and
informing them of the fact. About ten
days ago Mr. Warters and wife arrived in
this city on the way to their new home up
the valley. The other sister is apon to fol
low, and thus by a strange affair in the tide
of time they will assemble beneath the roof
I around whic h clings st rauge memories of
the past their girlhood lives and the pres
ence of a father whose spirit has passed be
yond t he clouds.
A LOST FATHER. COOL.
Not long since a Herman wssriding along
near Sansoat street, near Sacramento, when
he heard a pistol shut behind him, heard
the whi.zing of a bull near him, and felt
his hat shaken. He turned and saw a
man with a revolver in his hand, and took
off his hat and found a fresh bullet hole in
"Did you shoot at me t" asked the Ger
man. "Yes," replied the other party i "that's
my horse ; it was stolen from me recent
"You must be mistaken," said the tier
man, "I have owned that horse for three
"Well," said the other, "when I come
to look st him I believe I am mistaken.
Excuse me, sir; won't you take a drink '"
. roisoNocs i.Kfi oits.
A Mr. Atcherlyhas recently testeda lare
number of samples of malt litptors in Gug
gland, expressly for lead, and has found
that poison in ino.it of them. The lirpior
acts, in his opinion, upon the lead or com
position piping used by beer retailers for
connecting the barrel with the boer engine
in tho bar, aud in caws tvheru the beer has
been for some time iu contact with tho met
al the proportion of lend dissolved ia very
considerable. lierjce, 1 would caution
morning beer drinkers 1114'aiuKt imbibing
the first "pull" of the pump, cspeuiully
when their particular fancy happens to be
for "old ulo." Sherry drinkers should also
be warned against wines doctored, aa is fre
quently the case, with acetate of lead.
The Kennebec rirer dealevs have shipped
23S,000 tons of ioe, this season, rciuiriug
over 500 vessels. About 20,000 tons arc
left on the river, the luij-'CMt amount held by
any one company b.'iu 65,000 tons.
CoiuniHsioner Smith, in his roort on
Indmn anttim, accuxei Hen. Custer ol ly inj
about the existence of gold in the lilack
Hills. If the accusation, is unjnst, t'uster
cannot afford to leave it without rciututiou.
mYtn Hverticmtptt ,
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Myers9 Block, Toledo, Ohio.
Buyi pnd Sells, Rents and Leases
Bouses, Lots, and Farms.
Foits ttr;- svxnurtH.tx vnopr.nrr
!Iotto and !i m Pnrr Srpifl Addition, T.ot
:i0-lnl u Alley. Only $.,3o;fAV) cutu, batauce on
l-'our l.'-tn in Parkland Addition, near T.aemnije
Htrcrt, with Irnmn boufp, or will rxcliiiiiL' tor vu
v)i lot or titrm,
Hoii-M- nut! iv.iT.ntinttrnu-. Addition, 40rt7O,
fronting on lorrand WiiKonwiii hirvrtft. WW be
cold fhtni ii tnken notm.
Noun mid tro lot in Kart ToJwl, lot Msl U
each; I be hoiinn ia new; will exchnnpe fori farm.
Minim? mui lot on Ijcmii(fe Street, In l'firklmid
Addition W ill Ml on monthly payment.
Fitht A tnict of Tun Acres, near tho Milburn
Wairon Work; cheap.
Second Twelve Acre on Tlsnrroft street.
Third Six acres between orr and Bancroft
Fourth Fifty Acre on Bancroft, trtreet.
Fifl Ii Six Arrea in LeukV r!rvverv.
Sinn Afro I'mpertyim the Kant bide.
Seven tu Acre. Property near the Water works.
KictitU Aura Property on Cherry Street.
Nlulh Ten Acres in Uio City, very eeaUil,
ttrettta (muled, Miadu iretp, all nicely boxod, at a
ruinoiibTy low liifiiru.
10 Ifuprovrd Farms in this county to excttsnge
fur city properly.
FAItMHr rjKMS.'r TAHMSH!
HO Arrea in Ktilton Oouutv. heavily Umbered.
pplemlid poll; only $!& per sent or wiU eichiujge (or
ttuirm iioioh; mm 101.
A vnrv n I'm Vurm nt Ichlv arnHi In Vnlfnti
county, Ohio; aU in excellent uider; only ao per
A fine farm in Rarrv Oonntr. Michigan.
Wo hav aeveral v'i;ry choice firm for sale in
uim anci aujoininc counuo.
Firrt SO feet on Monroe street, between Supe
rior and fcrte Bt-euiit; oniv iuv per iooi.
Hecond 1W feet on Monroe atroet, $1M) per foot
Third SM) toet on Monroe at root, imv per foot.
tfonrth Ita on Michigan, betwoeu Monroe and
.Uiuiipon, aro to sou per tool.
Fifth Lota on Summit, $60 per foot; tOSfcet
Sixth BusineM and Reaideuce Lota In all parts
of the City.
Acre ProtKrty near the centre of the city, aulU-
ule tor sutMjtvtdtng.
SOfeetou Monroe street, between Ilnron and
Eric, al a bur gain.
40 l ou at $:(j0 la idoOeacb.on monthly pa y men I h
Portati e Steam Saw Mill. 1taln 79 miles ol the
city with residence; only $it,0? or will exchange
VAC A ST LOTS I OK 8ALK.
In the different Additions to the City, at prices
raii''in? from 4150 to il.WOeach.
Lot YOOxttW leet on Jelteraon street, $109 per
S acre, near the otmty Infirmary, heavily tim-
nere!. will exchange tor city property.
Ho ii no and Lot In Hiatt's Air Line Addition,
near the corner of Western avenue and iiibbou's
trfwt: lot 40x1 ISO fl.fiuO.
Iletuw aud Lot in Brown's Addition, on Detroit
avenue, for amall farm $1,000.
TO PARTIES RETIRING FROM BUSINESS,
Any perron who has an established business
that in deelroas of closinc out stock, good will and
lease, and who will take In nav tor the same. Dart
cash, balance real eutate, can always hear of an
opportunity by inquiring ot
No.l Myers Block.
Corner Monroe and Jefferson Streets.
Carpenter, Joiner and
All kinds of Camenter and Joiner Work execn-
ted promply and to the satisfaction oi those tor
wuom tne worn 10 aooe.
Contracts for Buildings
mule onas libtrsl tfrmn and at aa low rateaas any
omer Duuuer. .
Is Ocueral Agent (or the sale of tle
"Universal Bash Bolder and Win
The heat window aton or lock eeer ItiTentnl,
worka fn'e and la a nre jirotrclion agalnxt Bur1
plan ond Thlercs. TUew Locks are turmftiett al
me lowivi rales.
(IT H1m0 on Bnckland Avcnne, realdeoco on
Blruliaril Avunue, rrcmonl, omo.
Carriages, Buggies & Wagons
CORNER OF 8TATK AND OAK STREETS,
Ha?lnp greatly enlarged; his shop and Increased
hisfaclliilea for dohig firat-claaa work asks the
mtcutiou ot tue puuuc to bis lare sua
Of Carriages, Buggies and Wagons, kept constant-,
you hand, made of the beet material, of the b Inh
erit order of workmanship, and the latest styles.
W Call and examine my stock before purchas
ing elsewhere. A OOHSi
a n , n
AWAY DOWN IN PRICE!N-
We invite the attention of Farmers to our
Which are noted, wliorever known, for
Clearness and Brillian
cy of Tone.
C. M. DILLON & CO,
FREMONT. Fob. ltib, 1875.
BARENDT & CO.'S,
The Bestt The Cheapest!
aod most Mmtfmf
slwsrs found At
Odd fellow' i Block, Front St., Fremont, 0.
Not. to be underaold or Niaten in style or variety
In the cl l).
I have oj)ono(l, ill connection with my
Which is well supplied with
Burial Cases, &c.
Antl linve a Splendid New
FREE OP CHAEOE
To those jrtirchasiug Civsketa or Rurial
Casna of me.
JOHN E. BOYER.
Tschumv & Doncysoas
F URN ITU RE
I W ARE
and Examine their
CABINET WARE, TABLES,
CHAMBER SUITS LOUNGES,
fcc.t Ac, fec.
They have recently added an
and are prepared to do anything In
TSCHUMT A DON0YSOX
Corner Front and Garrison Sta
FaRYf )xrt 0.
E. L0UDENSLE6ER & CO.,
ornoE Ho. l.DBiroos1 block.
HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, LANDS.
Thcfollowini desirable property Is ofrrrd for
sal. at maaonHhIo price and easy l.rina. l'eraoua
wiahins to purchase property ahonld call and learn
"OR 8AI.K Vacant Lots In different parts of
1 the city. I'ncea rantrinfr trom ainutoai.tvu.
owiiig to location. K. Lul'DK-NSLKUKK A CO.
TOIt SAI.B A two storj Frame nwelling House
B 1 contatninff elirni rooms. Daniry anu ciomis.
!tihh cellar nndnr the honee. all new and in ffood
order. The lot contains about one-third of an acre,
aittiatMl in the flrat ward, on the nortbwent corner
of EwiuK and Wood Streets. Price $3,000, pay
ment made easy. Thia uronertv would be ex
changed for good timbered land iu either Sandusky,
Wood or Ottawa comities.
TTrANTKD A tract of 200 or S00 seres of choice
II timbered land in Randiixky or Ottawa conn
lea. . LOLDKNSLklttKlt & Co.
THE PLACE TO GET
KrEtiT DB8IHED QUALITY 18 AT,
Whs have all the Latest Sllea
FALL AND WINTER
H you five them a trial, yoa W be so well satia
ted wito the result that yoa will aot r slae
whsrs with your orders ia futma.
Aud who make ap all goods in tba moat approved
stylea, f.ueraute4o2 a good St every tiaie.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
ADAPT! 9 TO THE SBASOX.
an a a a
T AWHOWS CURATIVK HAS BKF.N
1 Jmhprtpd to the serpfrst tt of tii when snM
iral sr 1 iir nod skill, and sti ;(i c remedire
hare provel tinaTaitln?, and has alw sys Hern sur
ivsnhil. In unwnnls o mi tttonaiHl canrs. a rec
ord of whirl) Us itoen kept, wl.'n li I siwuyu arres
aJWe on applirntion to the I'ro rli-ior. Hie cure
not Hie alloimiot), but I he ptMlt'te 4-nre (t trm
iliseaiespei tried has nerrr rupr-reU the use oi
more thin one rMtt!t-, frf qnrnt.y U
The Cure of HhumMlni, tnv-vi r serere and
limir-contiimed, nev-r required the n of but
three bolt tea. Common forms oi llie disease Iiktu
sklilom miulred the use o I more than one bvtlle.
The Vre of Nenralla. fn Its tnt nbstlnnte and
distrrssiiir fonrt, hs nervr rt-(i:ir-d the net ot but
three bfittleii. 4rdinsrr rases ri-nilrehnt one iMit
tle, and a single application bus uttt u been sufll
clent. The cure Nerrons Ilr-jdnr lif has nerer re-
I nired tlie nte 4 more thun two iwdilt s, often but
nsi njfle application.
The Cure of Hire Throar, or DirtlnTi:i In Its worst
form, has never required lie nsetd more than two
litttles, tfeiir-rtilly lens thau one.
n frms ess fake ihr Kilter acooul
Intr to direction!, and remain lonji unwell, pro
Tided their bonea are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other tneans. aud vital organs waased
bernnd point of repair.
IVyaprpaln r wtilarrsfivHe:idnrhe. ram
In the shouldera, Coufth-s Tightness of the tiheitl,
Dizziness, feour Kiuciations of the Htontach, Bad
riHte in the Alouth. Kilious Attack, rainitatton
of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lnnjrs, Pain in
tne regtou or tne Khiueya, ana atntindreu omer
palulul symptoms, are the offspring- i DjRpep
sia. One lottlc will prove a better (run ran te of
its merits than a lenprthr advertisement.
rr sresaisiie fjBpiniaicavtn .tonn or oia,
married or single, at the liiwn of woinauhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters dit)ftT so-de
rided an Influence that improveiaeut u soon pcr-
Fr ladawmalsrf fftronl RIWsi
isniwniarKl Gout, bilious. KemtttMit and Inter
mittent Fevers, I'lnenaeaof the BkMtti, Liver, Kid
neys ar'J Bladder, these Hitters lime no e final.
Surh lieases are canned by Vliiatetl Blood.
mT at re (etiisr mrnsitawr mn well
m To mc, possessing the merit of nrting as a
powerful Ofrent in relieving Ccw estion or In
llnmrnatlon of the Liver and Visceral Oriranj.and
in Hllious hineaHes.
for muim fliens, FrnptloDr. Tetter, Salt
Rheum. Blotches. Snott. fimnles. rntiiles. BoiK
Cnrbuncles, Hlny-worms, ftcald-llead. Sore Kyea,
Krysiie4BS, Itrh, itrurfs. IifscolornttonHof the Skin.
Humor and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or natune, are literally dug up and carried out of
trie system in a snort it me by am uae oi tnese
4rafcJfal ThMMidi prorlQim Vihkoar
Bittkhs the ntot wunderrul Inviurunt tbat ever
sustuiiird the stnlclnir stetn.
It. II. ItlriDe)NAI.D A 0.
DrutfutBti and Uen. Agts., San J ninciHoo, 0al.t ft
cor. ot Washington and Charlton St.., N. Y.
8UL1 B A Lis DKlM.r.bST: Jt UKALEHf.
Nato's Great Remedy
Il m tU viul prrncipl of tti Pine i r. oMsined
bf peculiar pricea in the distiluifii i.f the tar, b
whioli U bigrxsi madicinal proprn.e. jre retaineil
Tarvan .ft iu crude tatt haa botn p? imnie:iiied by
phviciartt of twrv arAcW. U is cnfrjanii;
onerrd to th afflicted for the following u(.lc rvaaocu;
t. It CVMS, by mrmptiy , th ceek-
biit by dmoUing th pltiegm mw4 munc mat ft t
throw off th unhcAltf.y matter cauul(i tit: irrltaiioo
la ram of atni coMimn iun H both prlrng and
render lea biirdeMometlie life oi thiflutinlferr.
It healing principle act upm te trntuted wur.
face of th lung, enftrting to mck di txij frt,
reHieviuj pain, anu tuMmittf iM?Mn.t. un.
ly curing all humor., from the coimiMi, riui i.iot
iKUKi iUN Co th severest cjum of Scrv'ula 'I htitf-anda
ofairidaviuicouUl t produced from thine who have
frit tKi beneficial cffru of Visn Trvh h Ihhual
in the v-mou d;eai amii:g trom iMt-LHiittu or
All who have tcfiowo Of tHed IH. I., tf. C. Wia
hart' reirvtdieh rinire no rrfereocea frmit n. but th
name of thuitMnil aired by thrtn vau rftvea to
any oim who don Ut. ottr ut?tnDt. lr I.. C.
W il.,rt. CttvM Xwwm Oypfi.t Pitta mmd
W'ohm rt;Ait l. ftave never been ri ia1'au t it
ale by all lriti(w an- Sioreaoapen, aid at
Dr. L1C. WISH tBrS Offlsa,
Wo. ; A. e.4al l. fkilvfm.
This standard article is com
pounded with tho greiitest care.
Its eftects are t wonderful and
aa satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or fadfd lmir to
ita 3-outliftil color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and tho scalp liy its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing tho hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing lias been
found so etl'ectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. 1).. State As
sayer of Massachusetts, says, "The
constituents arc pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality; and
I consider it the Best I'i.'ki'akation
for iU intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be
relied on to chiingo the color of the
beard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
being in one preparation, and quick
ly and effectually produces a per
manent ertlor, whielr will neither
rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL k CO.,
NASHUA, N. U.
tall ty 13 fitiRUU, sal Ulkrt U afcU&W,
go L , ojj
S lZ III j 1 i1
Is a model of perfection, with porcelain or
copper reservoir, warming closet and every
moasrn improvement. No stove offered in tha
state has greater claims to public attention.
Call and inspect at ,
THOMPSON & CO.'S, Front St.r Fremont.
The Prcinont Car Company having eumt the right
to mcwinfaeturo and sell the
HUBBARD MOWERS & REAPERS I
have-resolved to change the-name of (he Company to that of
FBEMONT HARVESTER CO.,
and under this name have engaged in manufacturing
these machines at thciv large and commodious works at
Fremont, and will he prepared to furui&U them in tinao for
tho Harvest of the present season. This will enable the
faruwrs of this section to secure a perfect machine, Inmest
ly )iiiilt, and made in their own immediate neighborhood,
where they can at all times be supplied with repairs for
defective or broken parts, without unnecessary expense or
losHttftime. This MODERN II UBBAltD, which was
perfected in 1SG9, has been manufactured in its present
perfect condition for th past five years by the Rochester
Agricultural Works, at Rochester, N. YM and has scoured'
a reputation above all other machines. Aa evidence of
this fact: '
The Hubbard was awarded the FIRST PREMIUM for best Com
bined Self-Raking Reaper and Mower, by the Slate Board ef Agriculture;
at the National Ten Days' Field Trial at Maoslild. -Ohio, in 187ft. Ta ,
Hubbard baa beaten the Champion, Buckeye aud KxceUior in every field '
trial held by Agricultural Societies daring tbe past three season, wherer
er ic has been entered against them, and neither of tbein have ever taken
a medal, or first premium, over the Hubbard at any of these trials.
Farmers, consult vour own interest. (Jet onr descrip
tive Pamphlet, and see our modern Hubbard, before pur
chasing, or giving your order for any other machine.
FREMONT HARVESTER CO.
FREMONT, OHIO, February 10th, 1875.
The Victor Plow,
Tho Best, Cheapest and moot
Durable Flow Made.
Unequalled for Light Draft.
Wc furnish it
Steel ami Cast Iron, or with
CHILLED r.lOLD BOARD.
Is adapted lor all kinds of plow
ing, and will scour in any soil.
We have t5 horse clevises that
can oe attaciicu to uic iron
Hesiins Call and see it
A. 3hYt.11 Line of Agriciil
C'ft). OIIalaOM &
Fremont Feb. 1st, 183 5
kboss" in tho market.
all Steel or part
rpO tho qualified oltwtora of Jacksou
.1 Tiwnthiilauidni'kj Co,, O:
Notirr U httivhr (fiveii ihiU ko eloctiim will he
livid Ht thu urtual itluce ut Uuldiii clectiuiit iu Uic
low UHhi, on
Mouday, April 5tli, 1875,
Iwtwmu the bourn of tlx o'clock A. M.an.iiix
oVhu k P. M., for tho puipose of (kinulning
whether or not grouud hall be imrchawnl miU t.
IVntritl. or llili hcUool lloutc rriH'tl. The coul
ol" Llm pmpotioil hitprovmmt, mn e tuna ted by the
Buanl, will be four lhour-wi.1 (4,tHhtj dolltir. The
following qiit'sltoii will he Dubmilwd to tUoquali
tat'ii vuirrrt ut HiiiU eloclion.
Int. Whulhor tAxes Hiiftll h levied for the pur
poflR of purvliitflij j jjrouud aud bulldinif m Cent ml
or High Hrhmil tlirtifttf.
til. V hrtbt-r the levy for that purpose thaU be
uisilu from rrr lo year.
b it amount aball be levied earh year.
Hy order of lb Hoard ot jLduuliou ot Jaclaou
11-U W. J. nAVFet, CWrk of Tovohlp.
rnn: semi-annual meetings
aiuinofa will uotuuituce at Ibu
High School Building in Fremont, Ohio,
On Satonlay, Marrli 13, at 10 oYlock M.,
autt cuTttiuutt every Iwo wM)ka until June 19, lain.
a&aiuiaauuua w: ui"u anu uraj,
A. B. PUT MAN,
It. U. HNKmi)t;K,.I!aamincca.
Fremont, OMo, February t, W8,