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Somebody's Servant Girl.
8k Itnod thrra ImwIii vaarUf
Against Id window train.;
Her far. iru patient, tad aad twta,
liar surmrntt roar, and plain ;
"Who if die, pray F" I sited a friend,
The nvl lips save i curl--"lteally!
1 -to not know her nine,
Klie'a -t ti- m t servant flrl."
A en in I kivt her on Hit atrmit
Willi bundle trnrijat nlonir.
Hrr fiic c n sweet nod patient till,
AmUl the joatlinK tliron J :
flnwlj i lieerfnlly ah moved,
Gimr.llii.s itli wtichh.it care ,
A market-basket mm'h too lines
Kor hrr illxSt hamU to bear.
A man, 1 thought prentlonian.
Went pushing rudely by,
sneciuiix II"1 baket (nun her hands,
But tnmln not hit eye;
Nor (here Is ii neees-flty,
Am id Hint Imny whirl,
l-'or liim to be it gentleman
To "aome one! servant girl.1
Ah, ve'.l il ii that timl above
l.n(,s tit upon the heart.
Ami never jit tjteaany one
l!y )- tt' outer pnrl ;
. Kor it tlto aoul be pure ami Hood, .
lie will not nilndllie rest,
j;..r cjii' -iiuti what Die irarroents wers
In which li e limn va dressed.
And tunny a ntan anil woman fair
lly It'intne i-e:ii-ei and fed.
Who i ill not iniiijrle hero below
With llioKr who earn their bread.
When iliev have pued away Iniuiltfe
Ito null lite K ilos of pearl,
Will titoi'l beiore ihr-ir Kulher'a throne
Willi inuny a aen :mt girl.
JONAS SAMPSON'S MONEY.
What V you think. Mr. Slocoiuli, is the
matter J'r. Sampson?" said Mrs.
Grant.-- mo. one evening, as I enteral
the parlor ri t aside for tlie perioral vxao ot
Mra. Smito's lioudcrs.
I hud airived at my boarding-house later
than uw.il IVmtuveniiis, and, conaciuontly.
had dined ulr rte, so. I fcdd not hoard the
latest boiir.liiijr-house jfojsii". and I iay
dd ' Tout my toarding-house porliaps 1
should lie upoikin;; more correetlj if I miid
the Wjrder. especially Mrs. Grunt al
ways ltl a. lull :md Barer failing supply of
that ronmiodilr on hand.
Thinking Mm. Grant had turn now j
sip to iiitp u t I smilingly rejoined :
f r;.illv rouMn't think, Mrs. (inuit, what
it the niul lor with him."
"lie bus i he diphtheria," she slowly andJ
olcmuly lid. "Ue came home this even
ing at livt oVI.t k, said he felt very ill and
that his throat pained him badly, and went
to bed, lifter sondiug for a doctor. The
latter ?ooti came, and found that he was
fcuDcring f nun diphtheria. As soon as Mrs.
Smith inl'miiii d us of it at dinner, Miss
Gardner, who says she's had the disease
herself and has attended others who have
had it, volunteered to nurse him at least
three nights tltia week. Very generous on
her part, ce.rtuinly ; but, nevertheless de
cidedly rcvklcK.4 of her to espose herself to.
the chanin! of catching that terrible diph
theria, IVu.ryoungman! I pity him. So
young and upmost Hiiro to die."
Had I nt at this jnucture left the room,
Hra Ciant would,; have f ourcd vopieus
comment s into my ear, for at least an hour,
based upon tho subject of Mr. ' 1 -Sampson's
diphtU:ri-i, and diphtheria in general; for
sbeauumcd Ui be an authority upon all
aubiects, fiiin cheese to well, I really
can't say ivh it.
Jonas Sampson had been boarding at the
houoe for m arly two mouths. He was
nice, genial fellow, and about twenty i-iyht
years old. 'Chut he was a clerk in a largc
rholeile di y good house in this cily, I and
the other boarders knew, but nothing more.'
I was re,ill corry to hear that ho was sick
with that fearful lifc-destrojing disease;
and, on leaving Mrs. Grant, 1 went up ts
his room to fee if I could be of any service
to hint. I. a stranger, had once been ter
ribly ill in a boarding-house myself, and
want of er caro .anj nursing had ag
gravated my suffcriugi. greatly ; to I could
fully appreciate Jonas Sampson's precui
oas position. I say precarioiif, lieMtise
comparatively few out of the many tint
. ara attacked with diphtheria ever recover.
He was breathing heavily and with difli
eulty when I entered the room. Knowing
something shout the nature of the diseaxc-j
I at once sa w, a.j it had advanced its hold
so far upou him all ulv, tJiat wassiiffer
ing from the moist malignant type of. diph
theria ; and that he was more liuble to die
than to recover. Under tho oircumslanvcs,
I thought that if ho had any relatives,
would be hut riht for them to be sent for
immediately. After inquiring how he felt,
and asking if I could be of any service
kin), I suggested as much. Ue said
would wait till to-morrow noon, and if
was not better by that time, he would have
a telegram sent to his mother, who, he iu-
- formed ine, lived in Ohio. As Miss Gard
- ner bad ulroady imtlaUvd luM'ooIf as nurav
1 told her that I would sit np with Mr,
Sampson tho following- night. She told
me that she had offered her services be-
cause Mrs. Smith, our landlady, had said
that ho lutut go to the hospital, unless
bad a nuiiC, for that she hadn't any time
to look after sick people.
' She, M.u Gardner, after seeing him,
did not tliink he was in a tit condition
be removed, the night being wet and damp.
so had offered her services which had been
Just before noon of the following
Jonas Sampson died. Tho physician said
that the disease had been decp-sented, be
fore he had been called to prescribe for him,
and thnt it wasn't surprising that it had
qnickly ended fatally.
Mr. Smith our landlady's husband,
nvy presents searched Jonas Sampson'
effects i but not a letter or pat per was found
that gate any clue as to who his relativo
were or where they reidod ; neither
mora than five dollar a fiund in his clothes
rxiekcts. and a silver watch worth about
double that amount. He had told me
soother lived in Ohio; but iu what town,
villaL'e. or oounlT he did not state; so
e.md.1 not anurise anr of his relatives
llr. Smith, aa it happend, know the
by whom he had been employed ; and
vetir.g of Jonas Sampson's death he,
ciinpauied by lnwvif, railed on Oat of thm
a Mr. Horlon,
Kr. Uortcn insw notbtrg" about hit late
employee's relatives, and was greatly sur
prised when told by Mr. Smith not mora
than At dollars had been discovered
among- his (St-.mpnon's) effects. Be said,
that Sampson, the preceding aftornoori, at
thrpe o'clock, hod drawn, part , of four
months' salary due him, amounting' to just
three hundred dollars. Not foelinj well,
he had reqnosted to be allowed leave st
absence for that afternoon, which had lwcn
''Now," said Mr. Horton, "what has be
come of that throe hundred dollars f"
"Mr. Smith," ho remarked, "it has either
boon lost or stolen." The former, of course,
in possible, though unlikely i hut it is more
pri'lmhle that it has bren stolon. It is very
often tha caso thut thiines are found in
boardinjr-housea, whose sole purpose is to
plunder their fellow boarders. Now, among
your wife's flock of boarders there may be
such a thief j and crantinsr that Jonas i
Sampson was robbed, perhaps we can lay
our hands on the culprit. Who eutcrcd
the room he occupied after ho went to bed j
yesterday afternoon until the time of the
searching of his effects f Do you know 1
I foci a great interest in this matter be
cause Jonas Sampson was a favorite of
mine, besides I'vo a detective's nature, aud
like to solve mysteries.
"To my knowledge," I said, speaking be
fore Mr. Smith. "The physician, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Smith, myself, and a yonnj? lady
boarder. Miss Gardner by name, who staid
np and nursed him butt evening. Site to
my knowledge, is the only person who was
in the room alone with Jonas Sampson be
fore bis death."
"As far as 1 know," said Mr. Smith, "Mr.
Slouumb is correct in what he says. But
I doubt very much whi ther Miss Gardner
would do such a thing ; in fait, I can hard
ly give such a suspicion a place, in my
mind for an instant. She has as opu and
honest a face as I ever saw, and is very
lady-like and refined in her Manners. 'Tie
true, she has been boarding at our house
only a month; and my wile and I know
nothing about her beyond that she is a
saleswoman in a Broadway store."
"She may not be a professional thief
perhaps wc are wrong in eren thinking
tlutt Bhe is a thief of any kind hut prob
ably she chanced to see the money in his
coat pocket, where I saw Sampson place it
before leaving the store yestenlay, and, on
the spur of tho moment, was tempted to
purloin it ; and did so when he was un
conscious from fever or sleep. I tell you
what we can do," said Mr. Ilorton. "To
morrow, when this Miss Gardder is away
attending to her business, you and T Mr.
Smith, can search her room, clothes, and
things, and if we do not find some confirma
tion of my suspicion, in the shape of the
money, we will let the matter drop. Let
poor Sampson's remains be decently in
terred," added Mr. Horton. "And have
the bill for same sent to me. Ther is, I
know, mora than a hundred dollars due him,
which he said, when he took his money yes
tenlay, he would draw next week. , So
there will be more than enough to pay fun
sral axpetisos and board bills." 1
t Mr. Smith agreed to .Mr. Hoi-ton's prop
osition about searching Miss Gardner'
room, to get if she had taken the dead
man's missing money; and, accordingly
the next day it was done.
To Mr. Smith's surprise and re. ret, 'w.
hundred and ninety-eight dollurs w -n
fonntl secreted in anotd dress in her trunk.
' The money was- replaced where it had
been discovered and Mr. Horton, his sua-
picion being confirmed, forwith procured a
warrant for her arrest, and also a search-
warrant. The former being served upon
her that evening.
Mr. HorfciO; Ma und Mrs. Smith, tin offi
cer andl, were seated In tho private parfor
when Miss Gardner came home from the
store where she was employed.
Mrs. Smith went out to her and told her
some parties in the parlor wished to see
her.'- ,-' ' ' .':';.-'.' i
She walked in ahead of Mrs. Smith, plen
ty of color iu her cheeks, and a bright smile
upon her face, pcrnaps thinking sonic
friends had called to Bee her; but when she
perceived that lour men, one of whom wore
a policeman's uniform, were the eolj occu
pants of the apartment, she started back in
dismay, und a little of the rosinebs fled from
her cheeks, as if she had some chilling
presentiment of coming danger to her
"Do these gentlemen wish to see me,
Mrs. Smith?" she asked in faltering tones.
"About tho ttirce nunurecl dollars yon
stole from Jonas Sampson," said Mr. Hor
ton sternly. " - - -
Mr. Horton, as I rightly judged was piti
less to any person who he was convinced in
his own mind wa a criminal; and I believe
ha would have sent his own flesh and blood
to prison, the circumstances being the same
as they Were in the present instance.
"The three hundred dollars I stole from
Jonas Sampson f" she repeated, in apparent
amazement, the oolor dying otit ol her face,
and leaving It deadly pale as she spoke.
Good Heavens ! what do you mean by ac
cusing me of such a crime r"
Jonas Sampson bad three hundred dol
lars on his person the evening before
died," said Mr. Horton, as sternly as before.
Mr. Smith and Mr. Siocomb searched h
efforts, and found but five dollars, I i
once suspected that ha had been robbuil
though it was possible that he had lo.it
but it wasn t likely. Mr. and Mrs. bmitb,
Mr. Siocomb, the physician, and yourself
were the only persons who eutered the doad
man's room from the tima ot his sickness
until, and lifter his death. My suspicion
fastened itself upoa you, and Mr. Smith
and I searched your room to-day, and dis
cover! -d, secreted in an old dress in your
trunk, two hundred and niuety-eight dol
lurs, which I believe yon stole. Mrs. Smith
tells me that you get only a salary of twelve
dollars week ; and therefore, having
ptiy board and other living expenses,
could you get such a sum of money
honestly ? You've either got lo
plain this mystery to my satisfaction, or
He waited for her roply, but she mude
nwe. s She seemed put rifled turned
lone, Tjr the charge, bhe sat la tier chair,
dumb her face and hands blanched nearly
to the color of marble,
t "Her manner covvlnces mo- that she Ii
guilty," said Mr.j Ilorton in the tone of a
man who is kdisQcd that he bright. "Of
ficer do jroor duty.'! t
Tho policeman advanced toward her,
touched her on the arm and said:
"Miss, I've a warrant for .your erreat.
You must go with me to the station-house."
He, used to sueh scenes, spoko more pity
ingly, more kindly to her than had Mr.
The policeman's touch seemed to put, as
ss if by magic, some life into her; the color
slowly returned to her cheeks, and she be
gan to wocp . . , ....
"For the love of God," she cried, ''don't
take me to prison. The money is mine I
didn't steal it; I got it honestly. You may
have the money every cent I'vo got but
don't take uie to prison oh, don't, don't,
My heart went out in pity for the poor
creaturo who now lay stretched scnsoleas on
the floor. To my mind, she neither looked
nor acted like a guilty person. She was so
young about twenty, certainly not more
so fair, and lovely ! Shea thief! impossi
ble! Shameful, shameful, to accuse her of
such a thing, I not only thought, but, in
the heat of my pity and indignation, said
"Young man," said Mr. Horton, with a
tingo of sarcasm in his voico, "don't lot
your pity get tho better of your good sense.
, . .1 .i a .
I dou t say this is not her first
crime, perhaps it is ; but, nevertheless, she
should be punished. My motto is: Fiat
j'usiitto, riot tttlum."
Miss Gardner by this time, Mrs. Smith
having poured water on her face, had re-
Oovared her senses. I was gazing at her
closely while Mr. Horton spoke, and the
conviction that she was not guilty grew
stronger upon me with every passing sec
ond, "Gentlemen," I cried, "I repeat that I
think she's innocent. It would be a burn
ing shame to confine that delicate young
creature in a filthy station-house all night;
and if she is allowed to remain here to
night I will hold myself responsible for her
appearance in court for examination to
morrow morning. May I not safely pledge
my word to that effect, Miss Gardner?" I
asked, turning to her.
v "Thank you, thank you; Goal bless you
for this," she murmured, grasping my hand
and looking the gratitude she found it dif
ficult to put into words. 1'Ycn," she said.
when a moment had passed and she had
partly recovered her calmness, "you may.
I am innocent, though it will be difficult, I
know, for me to prove my innocence ; but
your kind words, Mr. Sloctimb, have cheer
ed me up chased my fears that I should
be unable to show my guiltlessness away
and have made me brave."
Mr. Horton said he had no special objec
tion, at which I wa3 really surprised, for I
thought I should hate to take him aside
and talk him into it,. He remarked thai I1
was being taken in by an adventuress, and
that I should laugh at my Quixotic action
before a day had pasaed. The), policeman,
after I had pressed a five-dollar-bill into
bis hand also consented to leave his prison
er In my care.
The remainder of my story can be told in
a very few words.
Scarcely an hour after the departure of
the policeman and Mr. Horton, a young la
dy, accompanied by her mother, called at
the house. She said she had been engaged
to marry Jonas Sampson, and it was only
that evening that she had seen the notice
of his death in a newspaper.
They were to have been married in two
weeks, she said, and she and Iter mother
having been busy preparing for her wedding
through the day, it was only when evening
came that she or her mother had a
chance to look at the - paper, so that ac
counted fortheir not having seen the death
notice earlier in the day.
I mentioned Miss Gardner's case to her,
and asked her if she knew anything about
Jonas Sampson's money. Oh yes, she did,
he had given it to her.
On the day he received the money, before
returning to his boarding-house, he had
called oa his intended, and , given her the
whole amount to pay for her wedding out
fit and other things which are essential for
newly-married people. t ......
Thus was my convict ion of Miss Gardner's
innocence proved true; and of coarse, Mr.
Horton withdrew his charge, apologizing at
the same time for his part in the affair.
Miss Gardner was an orphan, and the
money found in her trunk was left to her
by her mother; she having no faith in the
safety ot banks, preferring to take care ot
It herself. .-v j, ..:;: ,' ,-,
Another conviction soon grew on me
that I loved Nelly Gardner; and for some
years she has been Mr. Stooomb.
THE HEAD OF A WHALE.
The head is one-third the entire length of
a sperm-whale, and in obtaining the valuable
spermaceti which it contains, the whalemen
divide it into throe parts the "case," the
"junk," and the bone. The "junk" is first
hauled on board and stowed away, and then
the "case" is bailed. The "case" is a mas
sive art of the head, cellular in the interior,!
the walls of cells running vertically and
truiu-rersely, It is filled with oily substance!
of a fnint yellow tint, translucent when
warm. The oil-bcnrini; flesh tonus about
ooc-tliiitl of the Bia, und in a large whale
it ha yielded three and a half tons. The
case al.-o contain the ropiiHlory canal, and
a cavity of extraordinary depth tilled with
oil. An opening is made at one end for the
purpose of bailing, aud it is next hauled
to a rcrticlu pohiiipu beyond the reach of the
water. A deep and narrow bucket attached
to a hue and pulley is then lowered, and
brought up full of transparent spermaceti
mixed, with silky integuments, having the
odor of frobly drawn milk. The sore hands
of the crew bathed in this rich subitunce,
are relieved and healed, and the greenhorns
dubblein it with the ineffable satisfaction
displayed by tlie city youngsters in a mud
puddle. . ... ,
THE HEAD OF A WHALE. Business Directory.
J. lToRKENE, 8bk.
ATTORNIY Atn CorNSKMiOR AT LAW.
will aftrnd toTe'.'t han.ttrM in HunilnpkT anil
ailioinlnz counties. Office, cornet room, np wiiv,
Tyler's Muck. Frelnout, O.
H. KVBRBTT. - 'JIB, R, FOWI.TK.
ATTOHNKYS AN O COI'MSKl.MHIS AT I.AW,
and Sollrllora In I hunreryt will athnd to pro
fin.ltHtnl biuliiefM in Kimdiiky ami ail;oi ,iint( vottn
tie Ufnce, second etury, jjuekinnir New- lilock.
- 'ri'niimt, O.
KARDIS . TAYLOn, M. 1. i
OKKK'E ON IIIRbllAKI) AVKNirK, residence
cor. ol Arch m. and Birch.ird avciuiH, won of
Hull lloti-e. Ofllce hours i IS !0 A.M., 3 to 4 ami
Ttop. m; . ,
TH. H. BKINKEHHOrF, M. D.
n'lYSKlAN AND SfRftKON, Olllce In Biick-
I land r. Old liliH k, on i mill ftront.
Bircluint Avenue, corner of Wooi
hourii tnl.n IS to 1 A. M., 1 to 4 I'
P. M. i
and T to S
. db.a. r.raiCE,
CUROICAI. VIX'IIANK 'AL11KXTIST, OfHce
Oovcr Bunk of Fruuont, White's Block, tiill be
found iu his ofllce at ill time..
""""""", """"""" I
NtW ULNJAL OhUCt.
DR. FRANK CREAGER
Bart oven-Hl out in the ofllet formerly orrtt(il'i1 by
Dr. Bcilltarr. In regard to the same the following
will eiilain : . . .
HnvhiK sold the dental office of tha Inte Dr. I..
T. lleillmrat to Dr. I'rcajrer, fornierly employed In
the utliee. 1 can c&uertiu v recoiuiuouu mm lui
iriciiiii. ntiu linn wiip ub win i n Mil l, ..ipii.n iiv.
,;it( mun. m t. BKILHAH
J. C. JOHNSON,
AKCIMTIX'T AND DKMONKK, Ofllce In Moore
and Kawaoti'ii Block, corner of Front and tiar
rinou Htreeti, Fremont, Ohio, All ordera promptly
attended lo. 62)1.
JOHN S. BRUST,
HOI-SB PA1NTKH, GKAINKK, I'APETtKR
and Kalomlner. Heeidenee ou .South Htreet,
in Dillon Sr. Miller' additiou. Allordera proinjitly
execnied and aatiffaction enarantccd. Orders may
be left at Thomas, Grand Lang's Drue, blore. I I
L. I. IIAWSOS, JAS. MOOIIK, JOSR1-BL. UAWtOH.
J. L. KAWSON. & CO.,
STORAfJK, t-'OltWAKDINU A COMMISSION
Merchant", lealeni In Coamo Salt, Fine Salt,
Diiry Salt, lnd I'laMer, Calcined Planter, Water
Lime, etc. Having puniiawil the entire pro;Hrty
known an the Fremont Warehouee and Steam Kle-vutorr-,
at tho head ot navi - itlon on tho Sandunky
River, we are urclMlre. ,o receive. More and ship
Gmiu, Lnniher, Merchamliee aud other produce. m
unice, at elevator. . rremoni, u. i-i
ClOHNER OF FRONT 8TRKKT AND HtnCH
l AP.D AVF.SUK, Fremont. O.
JOHN FOUD, Proprietor.
F It. BBLDINU Proprietor, raaaenjfers carried
it to atid from the Motive free. of charge. Hltaat-
eu kh ii.ir ui .r rxn nun oi.iv.ui-cio. viih,-, w.
1 rrOVMOT)TTON8 FIRST-CLASS. W. F.
A Kaufman. Pronrtetor.t lvde. Ohio. Population
of C'lydn, 9.000. Livery Stable in conneclioa with
i UND8EV HOUSE,
LINDSEY, Snndiiaky Connty. Ohio. K. S. Bower
mix, Proprietor. Tlie proprietor take pleasure
it announcing that he is prepared to aeeomruodHte
he travelinz pohlic Krery attention paid to tne
comfort of cuest of the. liouee, 19yt
1I.EVF.LAXD, O., 1 Water afreet, near the
V;KaUroad Deiot, and in theeenterof business.
I. . I. 11 TNT, n..i.,
II. s. hcst! f rroprie
IVnirrilly Iiiti-d, Klfgantly FnrDisliod.
The Commercial Hotel of tte City,
aoMciTona akd attokmkti 9om
U. S. and FOREIGN PATENTS.
BtTRRIDOE fcOO., '
111 Katperlar Ml., ppaalte Aaaerl
. caiia Hwuse, Cleveland, O, ,
With' Associated Offices In Vabington and For.
eljrn Coutries. 1T-4T
LEEK, DOEKINO CO.,
MPORTCKS AND J0DBET.8 OF
No. 133 and 135
T, W. USK, I. 0. W. M. SOEBIXa, S, STtUOH.
Hint anii Iitol.
Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, &c.
Ia alo A font for the KemiDtrton and Parker
ureecu-ioftmng bi.oi uuuh.
1 have removed from (IlUber'a Block to my own.
THOMPSON'S BLOCK, STATE ST, FREMONT, 0.
Uvpatrtng Quickly and Neatlj Bxecutud.
Calf Lint Curjisg t!s. Azsricia Ta
Salliui Teri Tharntay from PHILADBLFHIA
FOR QUEEN8TOWN LIVERPOOL,
ciaia, iSTSBMKmATa asn rrrERAoa
ltatas at law as by any other Ftrst-Clast Line.
rKTEK WKKillT SONS, Oeneral Aboth,
I. 9t. Kr.l LKa, BacUsndt Block, Ags-ot,
Manutac- '" M, , i m 111 And
, torar , . :JTI' nj Dealer ia
no u cn
RAISING & MOVING!
AMD ALL KISDS Ol'
WonM InfnTm lh nnlOfr Mmt h hnn now fhMmMH
comple marliiiMTT, md Inui rxIp truck, for rnlf-
hii: and imtvlnj; bnililinvr in the .tnti', mid thnl hp
nill tnnkr IH'ISU NAIU1NU AND MOVIM, A
Hi'Kf IAI.TY taercaltrr.
AImi i'oiitrartor for all kind nf BnlldinsfrV
tliiirihi'sonn tiim-n fpir KiKHrmity.
All onltr promptly attcudotl to and Mt1f action
unranlued. Aditittw A. FOMTKH,
tyl Fruiuotit, Ohio,
aiion XCnr riant tnctorir.
E. F. HAFFORD.
Corner Front SU, and Birchard Are.'
AmijACiKS. OPEN AND TOP Bl'llOIKH eon-
Vnnuitly on hand, or maUi! t ordor in any stjic.
Itr" Parrfcnlnr attention paid to repairing,
work doutf at lny factory warrautod.
K. F. H.tFt'UKU.
J. P. MOORE,
r PES, HE to cull lh attrition nf ill to Hie i1
d it ions 1 ..are rcceiill mado to my
I iirp ftilarcd and rfniotlctpd my linp. mm to
lira the nafriaest far.llttten fnr ex-j
willing, Iu ftiiHTuir manner, iwrr d'wription of
Ciirfnj;ti nnd Wam rvrfc, ttjr workmen arc rt
liable- und camitctvut. All male rial Is iwlecUx. with
unjoin, earv, ruid thfironhly m'aaonud )ofore It lfj
nianutnctnn'n. My aim im to nirnitn worn wnirn
linJI havo a nieriti"! renatatlnn (or miitcrior qualltr
and ntjlo, J havo fitted up large store room and
snaJi kwp aiways on nanu.
Grerr variety off Carrla;a nay
! Lawker ft pr I ate and
With tli" nrwIjMctiuired facillUea nij price will
f. P. MOORB,
CarriaiTn Factorr. corner Oiniaou aud Water
atniela, Kreroont, Ohio.
AIX WOKK OuARAlfTKED.
IStyolM and Shoes.
The Finest Assortment
, -i AND :.,,.'
IN THE CITY,
Caii he found at the Old "Reliable Store of .
P. DORR & GON.
They constantly keep s full line of
: MUNSON'S UNEXCELLED FINE GOODS!
lor Ladles' Wear. Also the leading styles by other
ir Their Custom Work la insdo a specialty and
satisfaction Is guarantee!
SOLE AGENT FOR FREMONT,
M Oril) F KI.LOWH BLOCK, FRONT ST.
. . ' ., 1 . . 1 ' . : V :
WEST St BRIDGE
STATC SS1 !
RESPECTFULLY Intimates that h ' , spared
to dviirer , . ,
, FRESH MEATS
In any part of tlie city dally Alto,
Corned Beef, Pickled Tongue, Bologna, &c
tar PloftM lftva ronroMfraau ftbovti- 1Ue nt
in oat Miisfactiuu ia uaxautued
A TC1HS0X T0PEK1
THREE MILLION ACRES
LA. IN JDS.
LIBERAL TERMS TO IMPROVERS.
II Years Credit, T percent. Int'st.
No Part of the Principal Payable for
FINK GRAIN-OEOWrNO RliGlON.
Traeta of oneand two ttioueond ai-reaaTailablefor
NciifUoorliood i'alsnles, or tor
EXCELLENT CJI.lfll ATE. WITH
"I would say, that in tha con r so ot many yuan,
and through extenaiva travel, i have not Seen
a mora Inviting country, nar ona which ollere
yreater lnduceouinta, wilh fewer ohjeeliona to set-
lemeui, mas uifite lanut ot toe a. i. ma. r. n.
U. Extract Retort of lltn ry NUwtrt, Afrieutturail
hditar AimnVon Aariculturalut.
A. 8. JOflNSON,
Ijud Cvminltsloner, Topeks, Kansas,
For full partlculart, and through tickets at reduced
1 rates, ilitjBirt of
at. A til. o tuowi;,
Und sad Ticket Amenta, A. T. A S. P. H. R.
1-1 StS humaatl St, Taledw, 0
v a r
Fol VgsHy Jairall
NEWS AND JOB
3d Story Buckland's (old)Black,
Is KepnbMcaB In prlmlple, and wll k dvnidte
, roiltics, LooaJ Matters, Ulenrare and
The aim of His Publisher is tn msks the Journal.
a arss-eiaas ramlly l'aner.
An AN AKTEHTM.K) ' HKUIliM
It ia Ihe bast la tha Counts.
Having recently fitted up in
a new lot of superior
and put into our establishment
a Hipp s latent
We are now mora rally prepared than ever befoss
iur uuing every aeacnpuon of
Whether TSbeet Poatera. Cireulara, DodenuriTklft.
rruffrmmnioB, nieuun, or any Taneijor"
Handbills or Posters.
Udads. Bill Ueada, CerUAtatet,
Keeelpts, sod all klndt of
BIsAN ZE3L 23
Dntineat Cards, Vititing Carrie, Weddltia Cards,
Invitation C'arda, or auy varrety ot
(nBhort we are prepared Udoanytfitdaltklocla
Ot rriHtingafc reaaouao.traute.ftaa
400 Kegs of Wheeling and Steuben
ville Nfvila, and arc Bulling
them at tho lowest price.
The Largest Stock of Carpenters'
Tools, Locks and Ltttcbes, Paints
Oil", Gland, Jcc, in the City.
We Make Builders' Hard
ware a specialty.
Hare the only stock of Genuine
Fostoria I'lows, both Cast and
Steel, sold ia town. Also the
celebrated Gales Chilled Cen
ter Draft plow, which we
warrant to run easier and
do better work than
any plow sold, and at
Tho exclusive sale of the North
western Pump Company's Gal
vanized Iron Lined Wood
Pumps, manufactured at To
ledo, Ohio, and 'will sell
them a LITTLE LOWER
than any other Wood .
Pump sold tn town.
Fifty Tons of Blacksmith's Bar Iron
at factory Prices. Also a full
line of Tools, Anvils, Bel
lows, Ac, Ac.
LAST BUTNOT LEAST
Fifty Baby Carriages at prices rang-'
ing from 3 to 92 ). The latest
style of Canopy Top, which,
is having a great sale ,
La the Eastern cities.
COME AND SEE US BEFOR9 YOU
I. 8. INTEBHAL BEYFKCK
in my 191 Ot Afru v, 19,0.
The Kerlaed Atatntceof the Unltod Btatoa. Re
Mona rWi, 8,-iiI, itVM and reaaire ererT
pemon rnffaed in may busintu, avocation, or em
plojoteut Hliirh roudara hint liable to arsoiAi..
tax. TO rR(CUKK ANDPLAtECONHVIOOUft-
,Y TV HIS KSTABMSHMKNT OR PLAOal OT
RTMINKHS. m. stamp dtmiUinv the navmeet of
MUrl arsoiAL tax Cor the Special Tex Year bMrtn
nliiff Ma 1, 1810, before commencing or CooUau
ingTinaiDeaa after April 80. 18T&.
The taxea embraced wiihtn tha proTtaioaa ofi the
law above quoted are the following, rizi
Dealers, retail liqnor
ieaiera. wnoienaia nquur iw
DMtere tn bmii nqaora, wnoteeeie... oe
Daalere In malt liquore, retail W
Dealer In inai tobacco. ....... tt'
Retail dealnra in Uaf tobacco COO
And on ealea of orer 1,000, if It cent for every
dollnr in excitae ot $1,000.
Dealera tn manufactured tobacco
Uaoufactorera of etilla Co
And for each eti It mAnufarti.red to
And for each worm manufactured M
Mannfectnrereof tebaoco.. 10
Maunfaciarera of clri 10
Peddler ot tolMtoco, trtt- laaa (more than two
horreaor othr aiiiaaala),. 00
Peddler of tobiraro, aecoml'Claea (two horaes
oroiner auinuiia) vo
Peddler of tobacco, third-clatM (on horse or
other animal). ...... ............. ........... IB
Peddle ra of tobacco, fourth claa (oa foot or
public convey-wce) . 10
Breweraof leaa than &00 barrel. ... .v tfO
lirewers of 800 barrels or more 100
Any peraon, ao liable, who ahall full to comply
with the toregoiug requirement will be subject to
Pereoua or firm a liable to par any of the Special
Taxea named aboremuHt apply to Clark Ofntm,
Oolloctor of Intonial Iteveuue at Sanduaky, Ohio,
aud pay for aud procure the 8px-ial Tax Stamp
or Stamp they noed, prior to May 1 IS JO, uJ
WITHOUT FUKTilER OTl(;K.
J. W. DOUGLAHH,
Oommiiitliner of Internal Uarauatt.
Ornci or Intkhmal IUvknl..,
WAruiNUTos. t. C'.. Feb. I, 1875. U-U
nKOltOK W. liUPP, Darbar
fatil and Joebeph Auafabl,
brr hunband, and
Mnry liiaonv. who rnitide tn the Hrato of iDdiaiia:
and the children of David Flfther deceased,
cetteetl, latoot Putnam County Ohio, whose unm
and plttcea of reoiduuee toeiltioutrrare unknown,
will Uke notice that on the 4ti.ua rot Harcn, A.
D. ISifi. David Ilrtrlty, the Administrator of the
uatntoof ChrifltlHii Kihher, decenKd, filed his peti
tion In me rronute vouri wujihi aim zor tne coun-
of Handupky nnd Mit of Ohio, a ice in j? that
& iHTnootti eitrtte of suld dtK-wtt'iit (Christian
Flutter) la lunnrHi int to pay hi debta and the
charge ot adinluldlci-ifiir, hi eatate; that be
died at'ized In fee aim pie of the followlnfr
described reel eetate ailuate tn the township
of Jackson, county of Handuakv, aud SUte of
Ohio, to wit: Ten acres or laud oft of the south eud
ot the en at hall of llm northeast quarter, aud also
fourteen acres on of f lie aoutn end ot lue eusi aine
ut U10 aouth half of .he wtsst half of ti.e sortheoat
quarter of aeclioa number turee in lowuamp
number four 4). north off range number fourteeo,
(U),eouttuiiiK In all tweuiy-lhree acrvaoflaud.
The pruver ot rald petltluu is tor a attic of said
premise for the paymeiit of the debt and charges
nforettftid. tsnid iHtltiuu will be for heating on
the nth day of April, A. D. leT5, or as aoou there
after aa leave cau be obtained.
DAVID IIARLKY. Adnir.
Fremont, March 4, lb.0. Il l
NOTICF, ia horebr fiivou that the ua
denifnied ha beea (July appointed and qual
lned AdtuUltttratur ot tb Kitiate of Jamea 8. Hath
awsy, deceased, late of Madisn township, tav
dusky county, Ohj. P. Uatmawat,