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The Fremont Journal
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THE J OLIO iAI,, (h People's Jonrn-I
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It is geuerally nmlorstooil tlmt ice
will be very choap th(! coming season
and that novoral persons with abundant
supplies are couteniplating the peddling
buxinons. The old proverb has it that
"too many cooks spoil the broth."
St. Joseph's Church Organ.
We learn that arrangemeuta have
been completed with Felgemaker &
Derrick, of Erie, Pa., to re build the
organ in the above place of worship and
add thereto seven new stops, The work
will be preceded with after Earter. -,
Another Wolf in Lindsey.
Lntewt reports have it that on Satur
ilny moming last Mr. Josinh Wolf.com
miBsiou merchaut, of Lindney took in a
partner commercially and sociality a
bouncing son, over 10 pounds. May
Wolf 4 Hon long prosper together.
li you wish for crack crackers,
crack prices, once crack a bargain with
Htapsuyer & Co's., Front strea, Fre-
mont. They have just received an im-(best
1.1..J ,t , ifUI,il)K
men8e supply which they ore retailing
dirt clieop lor cash, f Call ' and Ury be
fore you buy don't be 'shy thpv'rb
List of Letters.
Remaining in the Fremont Post-office,
March 18, 1875: ' ' .
Miss Mary Ryan, Miss Jennie Dorsey,
Miss Nettie Haldiser, Miss Clara Burl,
J. Will Jones, Hamuel M. Scott,
Matilda Bogers, John Wilkin,' Suev
Young, Sophia Turner, Mrs. Josepn
Turner, Mrs. A. Wooil, Konrod Wor
ir.an, E. I). Vago.
We regret to learn that id eouseqneuse
of impaired health, th Rev Dr.ush
BeH has been necessitated to relinquish
his ministerial duties (it is hoped) tem
porarily, though arrangements are being
made to continue the services regularly
each Sabbath during his absence.
The Coming Grand Concert.
We have not yet heard the precise
date of the coming grand concert in aid
of the organ fund for the First Presbyte
rian Chuf oh,, but have quietly detected
that there are some big preparations on
foot for tho occasion. It is, we have rea
sons for knowing, going to be the finest
and best eutertuinraeut for the season.
Don't forget it. ;
Fremont Produce Market.
In consequence of the bad state of
the roads farmers are unable to haul in
much grain, but there is a good demand
for iC Wheat is still quoted at $1 ; corn
63c; oats 53c. Butter is worth 10c to
18c for choice, but really the latter
sample is very scarce. Eggs, which are
Blowly improvipg in euppliesfetoh ,15c
Poultry is scarce turkies 10c, chick
ens 7c. 8c. The demand for the ku
terisgood. Pork is not quoted. The'
hide and skin market remaiusunchanged.
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We were much pleased V inspecting
some very excellent painting and deco
rating at tho late store of Garvin & Co.,
now Wagoner & Zeigler, the work hav
ing been executed by Messrs. D. S. Mo
ses i Co., of this city; to whose abU
ity in their craft it is a good credit. , The
tore haa been thoroughly over hanled
in preparation for the reception of a
; We also notice Mr. Zimmerman has
performed some splendid fresco papering
uuu painting at the store of Mr. A.
Moose, which is looking exceedingly
weu. j.ne nne patterns of paper are
from the excellent stock of Buekland i
eon, front Street. '
The Boswell Family Heater.
wonderful scientific invention of
uie age, lor economy and usefnlne .
etill attracting much attention" in our
city. The general agent, Mr. Ccshman,
is daily and even hourly entertaining
yiouuni, wiiuo cooKmg of some kind is
constantly going on at the rooms, over
the Mayor's office, Buckland's Xew
Block, corner of State and Front sheets.
It is truly interesting to witness tho do
lighted countenances of ladies as they
indnlge the privilege of testing this mod
ern wonder of the age., Boasting, boil
ing, baking and preserving is eiperi;
mented with incessantly, and unbounded
i " v-
tempt. Readers give but a single call
uav go to be interested and -you
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wm reure astonisneu.
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Empire Band Entertainment
We notice that the boys of the above
cowiy organized Lmpire Baud areabout
to give us three nights of geuuino en
tertainment, commencing on the 25th,
at Opera Hall. Tho new aud thrilling
allegory entitled "Harry Allen," or the
"Union Spy" is to be put on tho stage
with new scenery and appointments,
Mr. Joseph Barton taking the character
of the "Spy," which he has performed
over 1000 nights, and Miss Ida BubIi
will impersonate the "Goddess of Lib
erty," the remainder of the cast being
made up from local aniatonrs. The ob
ject of theeiitertuiument is to assist in
providing a new uniform for the brtys
aid we sincerely Lope that their friends
wdl rally around them and reward their
mergy ami worthy efforts with bumping
house nightly. , They have adopted the
popular admiasiou 26 Wts aud heartily
deserve milxximM support.
A nainreroim Spot and Narrow Escape.
Mr. Wm. liown, a farmer residing on
the old Morrison road, just out of town,
was returning withhis irom nndoneiuu-
ty wagon, on Taofuy, from Mr. Osir
Ball's farnii ami whail nrosainir XL
R. track, at the first crossing, cast of the
river, a freight train came ud suddenlv
struck the hind end of the wagon and
cutting it in two knocked one half of it
to splinters. Mr. Lowe.'tho horse and
front part of the wairon oHcamnir with
out injury. A nearer deliverance from
otflrnity is sMdoni one's duty to narrate.
i no point in question is a most danger
ous ono. Mr. T. Hush recently had a
narrow escape at the same crossing aud
Mr. J. H. Stahl has had tliree very near
escapes. If the B. B. Co., do not look
to this dangerous crossing we fear they
may one day have serious trouble arise
We hear that eeri.in f.
, , , .
are very properly takinc stens t ieti
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hon tho company to place a man on du
ly to protect the public.' I ( i
Proceedings of the Bee Association.
LINDSEY OHIO, March, 6th 1875.
. ,.,,.. , u.iji.u.iiiiinui tnn society
at the Lindsey House at 2 o'clock,
President Bair Dresidintr. Minutes nf
Ithe previous rt .., ...
Tlie mode of management during the
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,.r,1liUiiuj,l lan ii up: tue
way to feed ryo flour, clean out1,.
HUU prepare uivesior (lie Coimntr season.
and prepare hives fot the coining season,
was Inlly discussed." ' .....
The seeoud question, should the
queen s wiutrs be chimed, was it
Aext in order the President nresenle.l
instructions in his mode of manngiug
Does in each month during the year,
which was of great 'interest esDeciallv
It was agreed that the treasni 'er n re-
Sent a statement of the condition of the
finances of the S'xsiety at the next meet
On motion the society adjourned to
meet at one o clock Saturday. Auril 3d.
1875. A. Baib. President.
B. B. Oybuhver, Secretary.
An Italian Editor Assassinated.
When Victor Emauuel entered Bnm
and removed tho interdict against, free
speehf whioh, had been limposed by fthe
Pope, a number of Rd Remihlienn
journals came to the surface, tho most
aoie, bitter, yet circumspect of which
was the Capitale. It was published by
two brothers named
came irom Milan. They, however, dis-
piayeu a roeuesa disrespect of the Ec
clesiastical ' powers, and in a Lifo of
Christ, written by one of the brothers,
many bitter comparisons between f'hrJa
and tho so called Vicar, were made.
mis work was continued through the
Capitale, and was thonght to hove in
spired some one of the PopeVa'dhereuts
to assassinate the author. Aeeordino-lv
the assassin entered the room of the ed
itor, one evening recently, and stab
bed him four times. In the strnr.
glo, hiu cries for assistance, re aelwwl ,nn
of his workmen who rushed' to' hia u.
sistance, followed by others, and the as
sassiu was raptured and held. ;..,..,
Souzogna died within a few minutes.
.: . .. .. :
iuo wooiwsm remains stoically silent as
ins motives, leaving it to be inferred
tutu no was nut the creature of some ac
Wherk do you get your cigars
tobacco ? Wo find none ij nimol
reiiaine frwnd Lbhhub, of Front street,
ior keeping the choicest brands in
city. Give him a call.
What about vourtea do vim lit
what you are n sing ? If not save fur-
tuer annoyance Dy buying where , thev
give you Wist vai.ib i or ; roim uo.nkv
ana a large shoe of satisfaction in the bar
gain. Our friends, Stattsmykr & Co.,
Front street, will tell you the story.
Call and-, iuqnire. - ,. .,.p,.ik,
.n !' " i i i,..,; ,, ', jj t '
lally one more for Mr. Blaine. The
Independent says: "It is too soon to
discuss the question of candidates for
the next Presidency: vet. when th i.m
comes, James Blaine will be, at least,
one of the persons, and probably the
most prominent, that will attract the at
tention oi tno Kopnbhcon party. We
know of no one who would be more lit-.
to jmite the party or sociue slWi-l-
eral connaence or the country. His ad
ministrative abilities and sound judg
ment have borne the test of time. He
has never been a failure auvwhevn or i
Tho most potent poison vt.iliaior..-.i
Osmium, a species of metal, twenty
pounds of which is sufficient to poison
entire population of the world. One-
tnousamlth part of a grain of osmicaoid,
free in a volume of air of one imn.
ed cubio yards, would possess such a
uoaaiy influence that all the i .
this air would be nearly killed.
usmie acid is so much the more danger
ous that' no eonrtfar m.iu.. ... i
j."""" ia kuuno
against it. To what good iwes such a
terrible poison can be applied, is not
POCKETBOOKS for EVERYBODY.
we have just inspected the
largest and most attractive line
POCKET BOOKS ever brought
the city, at tho store of Mr. C.
which, having been brought in
bulk, he is offering at almost in-
VWtaWW M V 1 T A abVekWialkJt sib Wlii
amply repay to inspect them-if
only for Curiosity, Such a chance
may never occur again. 12 14
, Otrtkrs, ovstp.rh, OYSTKits those de
licious bivalves. nn 1 jmlcn.M.I
crackers, dall)- supplied by l.AHSit, on
r roin)Mi'iett tiH contiune; t lake ,1110
lead. Citizens tiiko thorn by the dish
and farmers carry, thcui. tiomo V$,,tl
n. Once ttjt them youAwlf. ! A I.
HALL'S [...] Sicilian Hair.
Benbwsr now standM anion? the Brat.
i and at the head of all articles for a simi
lar purpose-. The tesHmnnv of nur
physicians is conclusive as to its value;
ana we are personally acquainted with
scores of coses where it has been used
with the best of results. It will renr
gray hair to its original color, and leaws
... . '
n giossy, aua in a healthy condition;
while, for heads troubled with dandruff
or any disease of the scalp, it acts like a
charm in cleansine them. Ti v At u.i
yon will not be disappointed.--Lowell
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Courier, May 2, 18G8.
3. 1nUH10" ' Anodyne Liniment is, with
froinit. ' ?!" Ralt'. B"re?t' nJ
i-y iui uas ever been invented for
internal ami piWml
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calile to a great Tanety of complaints,
and is equally beneficial fur man or
We have seen It cl,:l.l :n
papers tnrougliout the couutrv, that
-..r-. .....wuuutu, nits txjiiiurv, tnai
ior me sale or wlieriilan s Cav
met ftlrT Condition Powders were authorized
, re:nni1 tu? money to any iers.n who
nee tl,p.m nlV ed
firet, but the pnninto ! at, horhl
to t'"lt 'l w true.
n,iEAnKhnHRTM"rrh , r,,lb' ,s7
-mr Moore. -i
u ""'" 'tti'-ilM-ILB-n 1W Z. g. Vail.
March 11 III. lH7o.lhlfr-i(ltnr im Yorlltp.. Mr
tlyTe, Ohio "a lM" 1"llk'' Jl1'
Mr. llVnlil I '.,".. 7""'.."1' .""'O.
GEO.-C. STAHL. -
Real , Estate Agent,.
' ! ka. 2 COOK'S BLOCK, ' ''
Oorner of Adams and Enperior Street.
' TOLEDO, OHIO.
IVnif, liojit. tnC Lot,, Dd itcMit Lali )
w5 un hund mil tor sale ai loweat market prirer.
lw Call ami me. a. C. STAHL. :
. SHERIFF SALE.
Barbara Meyers, Admx.,piIntJff.) Saodiwfcy f
aTHinst V Common
Anlhony Mnyl'u vi , DefcudantJ I-lr
TypursuaiH of an order of sale issued
wIri'?r'i1C jW.k' Vffl,' ' C"t of romrr.no
o f MaSflf"? l" k?BUVt Oiilo, on tu. drat day
i " .T'J "! P0 pnWie raK at tht
Ohio"! 1 ""Bt lu ",B c" ' Fremont,
. vSaturday, April '101hni:5.
brlwe.-u tlif honr ol one uuVtwo iiVlavk In'thr
Mtuatwl in ih coniiiy, of Saiwlnnky and Hatni
Ohio, and btrnu ictl &wl deKribcd aa iullowa. to
Itil.ir fftiavon lini,1.l' ,..... .
Ml? Of FrplTlrtnL Contilw n ..,.lr.i .t J. . ,
Ohio. Apnrwfif.t at llit...n hnn.hi .1.1-...
threw (lollare 'fifiioj. "
';'?")ntP, to iatUfyanordi'rofMlein avoroi
.:v under my official nignature, at Dip Sher
n k omen in the i r t-P,. . i.
and Hinte aforecaid, thin 8d day of March. A. 1
Uiikene Son, Allya. '
A SP1.BNDID hTOCK OT
We have Wm Wash Brnsh mnging
r . i price from from 2Cc to $7. 00. r ,
I ji ji t..i X .t .'I
The best . line, we ever had. We can
give yon a good Horse Brush as
low as 80c or as high as $0.00.
. Gennine Briirtle Somb BrnahcB,
T,,'if i, ,i , 'x.,n
DOU t IUll tO call U VOU nefiil nno nf
above Lintls of Bnthes, as wa!
T 1 1 (. f -n Ann n . . . . i. l i '
regards (quality aud price.
M. DILLON . & CO.
FI.EM0.NT, February 2S, 1875.
'Front Street, Fremont:4
Deal's Block Front Street.
The nndersiomed would annonnee tn
tno citizens of Fremont and surround-
nun oi x remont ana surround-
ing country, that he will commence a
preat ciosiuor out sale of drv fmo,l
tionn, cutlery and jewelry, silk ribbons,
velvet ribbons, paranoia and kid gloves
ior zi cents on ; Win .Inllnr
Kyiflnpst 11110 of collars and cuffs ever
urougut to rremont, and a fine line of
stationary, which have all got to be
closed out by the first of April. Sale to
commence Tuesday March Ifith f v
2, Front 8treet,Buckland'8 (new) Block
uon t loil to secure bargains.
A. H. JACE80X.
Sewing machines of all kinds adiuste.l
aua repairea by one of the best S. M.
adjustee in the State.
All kinds of attachments, also nit
neadlera, Ac., always on hand at
ii-u JjEppkima a Emporium.
Singer's Patent Gravel Pane fnr
bottom of Bird Cages, prevents filth
ana disease among birds. Sold only by
11-u U. AI. Dillon & Co.
Dorr & Son ar ofturios a rtall hL
line of Ladiea', Miiiea' and Ctilldren'i Cor
Kid button and lace boot. Call and anthem
Ladies Will find Mnninn'iinWrf Vr.i.
Kidliuttou Booti faabionable and
ingly neat at Bobb A SoK'a, Front atreet.
SELF-nrriNO Uatterns of fiu-menia in
the latest fashions. Stamninc dnn
forder, at L. Ieppelman's.
. ' Maby L. Camfieu).
Ladies' and Mimrn' elinrjere. nr th hnli
day eeaaon, tbe neateat and moat eWant w.
erer eaw, are on offer at DoBn & Son's, Front
mreet, rremont. Their line of Bent'. .imn.
boote, for winter wear, also excel anything we
have yet aeen in the market. '
vnn 4anl I .. A m i n r i.i . . . . ' ''
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Alwaye on band, the ntmil t
Linen Collara, Cuff, Rachinga and Silk Tiea
, . J. JOSEPH.
Coal! Coal ! Coal! '
The underaigj.e.1 ia prepared to deliver the
beat hard coal within the city of Fremont at
the following raten, until further notice :
Cheatnut '. . 9 25
Store coal - 9q
Alao Pittsburg and Blosabnrs Soft Coal nn
hand, and f w tale at the lowest rates. Orders
solicited. JonrPno -
Fremont, O., Ootcbei 16; 1874.
Genta,youths'and bova' Alexia l.n.n,l
Congress gaiters, in Eraat variety, at Dor A
Son's, Front atreet.
Ladiea', Children's and Mm'a rnl......
full itoir, atfrom 8&e up, s -.j
Table Liueus. towula and Xsnkritia full
line at low prices, st J. JOSEPH'S.
To tbe Public.
And especially thoa who intend tn n.r.
chaae a lot for a residence, I wish to announce
that I have snb-divided a tract nf i.n.i .a
joining the Fair Ground, into 48 half..... i,.i.
and now offer them for sale. The improve-, I
nenia oi onn Venter street will bring them
nearer to the bnameaa nortlon of th Mtm,
any other suburban property in tne market,
ixik &i mem oeiore you buy. Price 1160 per
. i- .' ii ; r i ., ,: Oarii, b ,
Dr. hoirliee'e Cerman Svrun Cenh
morel ! How much lovis therein
household to know that they can at last pro
a remedy for an v ease of concha.
oolds settled on the breast, Consumption, or
disease of the Throat and Lungathatis
certain to cure It i a aatiafaction lni.o.
a person ia uleXuia the dangers of these
diseuee all you need do is to go to the
Drug Store of Thomas. Grand .t T.ann. ..
a bottle of Boschee'a German Syrup; two
three doses will relieve yon at once. If
rlnuht w. h a t w. . In a -
t hi viiuiifn, Ian.
botHe for 10 eenta and try it. or s regular
.iwi ihwuh, o wdud vj uruggisu every
run SALE IT TIIK
Burlington and Vfsscnri ' Sirep fi. 2L Co.
us i en lei". umi!,ju per Cent Interest.
1 ,,.'.,,?n Ae In Iowa aud Southern
iNebmk. '1 he oiit-al cimntrv In the wnrl,l i..
IM? VT foMi'.nd I.,..
nVAv.iini.iiid I .... t. . a. . . .
t lntr vfjartai.
!fc'MttKWir'('o'"''''!iW'' b'""1 u' '"""oi theh.
tr ior clrculors that will .le. rile follr these
uud the tjM-in. of 1 1,1,, apply , or
Bnrl njrton, Iowa,, lor Iowa Lamia, or
l.llll'Hltl. K.h Ia a.'-. ... . '.
, ., .,n a.auranNtt J.amisi
ISHC M. EEEI.FR.
PCOlllPS (1110. .
"The aW-t-iil Ittl dftlltilliin i,x 1.- it..
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COO Krg8 of Wheeling and Stenbcnvillo Nails that we are selling at $3.00 rates.
300 Boxes Window Glass that we Mll extremely W. 8x10 Gl., as W a,$2.26-other 9fJB n,n, '
Almost an entire new stock of Builders' Hardware. CarnenterV Tor... r . n. . , .
.... v""i-" c. iasi January
7rd8:Cre Dea,ly XhM' g0d9 We0flerthU NEW. direct fro, the
lue ,ery 10wen LgorM- We cii.m tob o deaifirs
Hardware a spec.alt,, as we don't keep much shelf Hardware but that used for bui.din,. We .re now com-
menong . sa.e of a new HAND SAW, whFch we wou.d like to haveever, carpenter see, a, we Wtevo they
vu,y cDc.per, out mucu superior to any thing ever sold here.
83u ,.,g, T.bi, c,:r)., poc cBllr, .,, Soi.r, .., (1 Hout r
i , Oooris. , 3
Some modesty, or we might claim that we so.d the Only genuine FOSTOR1 A PLOW. Our PIows were m.de
.n Fostoria some fifteen or twenty yoar, preTions, by the predec. of .h. ..-..-a - ... , . .
uiixj, aau it is oniv m. jaw
our plow U the genuine thing Itself. ,Ont Chilled UouM Boknl Plow for 10.00 Is ahead of any ilI sold
verv h 7, ' ' , ' ' 'I bble How l, just the thing for -those who want the
rery best thing mad, for stubble., It. is all cast steel and sell, for ,16.00. Steel and Cast Iron Sod Hows
..... h8H- P!Po!I!t tor MaT ee Fo'toria, Columbus and Four Corners' Plow..
A great variety of Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, .Corn Planers .nd Farmers' Tools, very low in price-
Tae Hnest lice of Japanned and Brass Bird Cages ever shown In Fremont.
Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Ac,
Also a nice stock of Toilet Wre,
An extra lot of very superior Baby Carriages with Gipsey Gearing, Reversible Handles and Canopy Tops -You
wi l not, thp rr.lln-,v. iri. : " AOP8,
.6. -c 1lut,uri.arxiaSearealliron. The tops have curtains to roll up. The .
wheel, are made with spoke, tenoned Into the felloes. The sprin. are of th hP.t .ri a ,
carriage has a front belt. ' Each wheel ha. a silvered or burnished on. if . , . . '
1 jv,a. Tfu. B goou carnage cneap,
'V ' ,: ta8tefuln(l roxg, don't fail to'louk at our styles. !
A very complete Tin Shop and Manufacture a general line of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware! 'Qllr stock
of Pressed Ware ha. greatly increased. The above along with our extensiv. . ft, n., c.- '
coBfidentirill not only suit, but gratify the taste of the ladies in search of cooking utensil,;
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WE II AVE
White Wash Brushe., Scrub Brushes Horse Brushe., Wooden Putnps, Iron Pumps, Wooden Ware, .Churn.,
r nips ana v nip Lashes in great variety. ;
Last but not least, the cheek to believe and advertise, that we cannot only male it pleasant, but to the interest
w .inK .mpiements; of every person that wants Builder,' Hardware, Nails or
Window Glass; of all carpenter, that have to buy Tools or Materials; of every housewife who require, a Stove
Tmworc or House Furnishing Goods: of the DrofcMinnni vvv.if-i ...
,.... ' un'""Mua wuo oounu to nave a Whitewash
Brush that 1. par excellence; of fond fathers and dotin2 mothers that ,1p, . n,v. t..t, n, . .
that want a good knife ; of girls in search of Sciosors or Curling Irons; of the hostler looking for a -oo J Currv
Couib or Horse Brush, and of every . teamster who yearn, for a cracking good whip, all to called see ,.'
nd you mav save mnnow n..
certainly can't be hurt beyond redemjuion.
, ' J " iui a Ul ilClilDg j
Fll0,T Paul advice: "Prove all thing, and hold fast to that which is od
C I, DILLON & CO.