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FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1875.
1 Yotj Wast an Organ or Fi&no, go
to Gbo. N. Downs, Clyde, Ohio. 20tf
Kim Etta Smith will teach cis wcclt'i
term during the vacation, in the Central
Primary room, commencing July 5th.
Will receive pupils from any of the six
lower grades. Terms 25 cents per week.
Morning sessions only.
We understand that Schwartz Bros.,
since securine rooms and power of
Bowl us k Co., have engaged a first
class turner, and are now prepared to
attend to all job turning that may be of
fered. Give them a call. 26 29
Downs, at Clyde, keeps the Bay State,
Mason k Hamlin, Estey, Loring, Blake,
and Burdett Organs. Give him a call,
and chose for yourself. 20tf.
If you want any Lubricating OrLS for
Mowers, Reapers or Machines of any
kind, you can get all you need, by call
ing at the Drug Store of Thomas, Grund
k Lang. They keep Castor Oil, West
Va., Sperm, Lard and Fine Engine Oils
the latter article we guarantee equal to
Lard Oil in all respects, and very much
less in price.
SamewheTe in desolate, wind-swept
In Twilight-land, in No-man's-land
Two hurrying Shapes met face to face,
And bade each other stand.
"And who are you?" cried one, agape,
Shuddering in the gleaming light
"I do not know," said the second Shape,
"I only died last night!"
A game of base ball was played at El
more last Saturday between the White
Stockings, Jrs., of Fremont, composed
of the following named young gentlemen,
Lynch, Shively, Butman, Kelp, Jeffers,
Richards, Barengen, Zeigler, Myers, and
the Lightfoota of Elmore, composed of
the following players, Hahn, Theirwech
ter, Georgia, Earn, McCarty, Eoff, Huff
man, Greenlaw, Higgins. We give the
score by innings-
White Stocking. .. 0141I1OI4017
Dr. G. N. Harcy, the Chronic Physi
cian, who has heretofore devoted Sun
days to the relief of the poor, has been
competed to withdraw from that portion
of his practioe in consequence of persons
perfectly able to pay taking advantage
of his charity. He will, after June 23d,
reoeive patients at his residence on
Sirong's Ridge, three miles east of Belle-
rue, on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of each week. Office hours
from 9 to 11 A. M., and from 12 to
4 P. M. Consultation, 2; medicines
extra afterward will charge only for
medicine, which will amount to from
$1,60 to 2.50 per week. 26 29
Downs, at Clyde, has the best Sewing
Machines, and the best repair shop in
the county. Give him a call. 26tf.
Smith's Combination Truss Bridge.
This form of bridge, so highly ap
proved, is a combination of wood and
iron. Its compressive members are
composed of the best qualities of white
pine; its tensile members are composed
of flat wrought iron bars, arranged the
same as Smith's Iron Truss. It is adapt
ed both to highway and railway bridges,
and especially is it recommended for
long spans. One at Charleston, West
Virginia, of 280 feet dear span, is a
complete success and gives entire satis
faction. We strongly recommend conn
tv commissioners and contractors to
write the Smith Bridge Company, To
ledo, for prospectus.
School Laws and Reports.
The School Laws for 1875 and School
Reports for 1874, have been reoeived at
the County Auditor s Offioe for distribu
tion. A copy of the School Laws will
bo furnished to the Clerk and Treasurer
of. each Board of Education and the
Clerk of each sub-district A copy of
the School Report will be furnished the
Treasurer and Clerk of each Township,
the Clerk of each local Board of Direct
ors in the several Townships, the Super
intendents of Graded Schools, and the
President, Clerk and Treasurer of the
several School Boards, other than Town
ship Boards. It is the desire of the
Auditor that all persons entitled to the
School Laws and Reports will call soon
The Lakeside Camp Meeting com
mences Aug. 3d, and oontinues until
Aug. 10th. Lakeside is situated on the
shore of Lake Erie about ten miles from
Port Clinton, and half-way between Putin-Bay
and Sandusky City. Access to it
an be had by hack from Port Clinton,
or by boat from Sandusky, Cleveland,
Toledo and Detroit Ths Steamer Fer
ris will run from Sandusky City making
two trips daily. Fare 25 conts. Board
tents two stories high and furnished with
two and four rooms, have been provided
and will be for rent also canvas tents.
A thred story hotel has been erected
with a frontage of 40 and a depth of 80
feet, and with a wing 36 x 76 feet, which
will also be at the service of the public.
A boarding hall is also provided, which
will be in charge of the Congregational
Society of the Peninsula. In fact, com
plete arrangement have been made for
the accommodation of those who may
On Monday gold closed in New York
Bonner has half a million dollars in
vested in hdrseflesh. '
A new telegraph cable has been laid
from Kelly's Island to Sandusky.
The Pennsylvania miners have at last
gone to work. The strike was not a suc
cess. Near Bucyrus, on the 19th, John Nick
ols was killed by a tree falling upon him
The U. S. steamer Saranac was sunk
the Seymour Narrows, on Friday last
No lives lost.
About 150 clerks will be permanently
discharged from the Treasury Depart
ment, on the 30th.
The Duqnesne National Bank, with
8200,000 capital, has been aushorized to
commence business at Pittsburg.
NotTubstandiDg the many reports to
the contrary, peaches will be plentiful
many parts of Fairfield County.
The Executive Committee of the Ohio
Missionary Society (Congregational) has
appropriated over (4,000 for this year.
A shooting tournament for 2,000 pig
eons will be held at Bucyrus the 29th
and 30th of this month. Over $,100 are
offered in prizes,
A London paper says it has undoubt
ed authority for stating that after re
peated conferences Gladstone has prom
ised to resume the leadership of the
Liberal party next year.
A terrible storm raged in St Louis
for several hours, on the 18th. The
sewers were incapable of carrying off
the volume of water, and many parts of
the city were inundated.
The exports from New York last week
amount i to 84,.!tjS,w4. The specie
exports were $4,418,000. The general
exports since the beginning of the year
foot np $235,552,8G5, a falling off of
$43,627,607 as compared with the cor
responding period of 1874.
Two thousand dollars were stolen from
the book-keeper of Balback k Son, of
Newark, N. J., on Saturday last, by a
"very genteel man," who had called the
attention of the clerk to some money he
he had dropped, and when the clerk
stooped to pick the money up, seized
the package and made off.
The fears of the wide-spread devasta
tion by the potato bug in the East seem
well founded, from reports covering the
greater portion of New York, New Jer
sey and Pennsylvania. An estimate
places the ravages so great as to un
doubtedly have an effect upon the
market prices of the new crop.
The city of Dublin, Ireland was visit
ed by a very destructive fire on the night
of the 18th. It originated in an excise
bond store, and 1800 puncheons of
whisky were destroyed the burning liq
uor flowing through the streets set all
the buildings in the vicinity on fire and
occasioned a loss of half million dollars
worth of property.
There is a prospect that the Tilton-
Beechet trial will be re-opened for the
admission of important testimony. Mr.
Leys, druggist, wants to swear he sold
Mr. Beecher poison, about the time he
"wanted to die," and Messrs. Loader k
Price upholsters, want to swear to wit
nessing an act of criminality between
Vie preacher and the lady at Tilton 's
house. When Beach gets through it is
said the ball will be opened.
Reports received at the Bureau of Ag
riculture from different sections, indi
cate that winter and spring wheat will
yield four-fifths of a full crop. Rye
promisee better than wheat, but will fall
below the usual average. Oats are in
good condition and will reach nearly a
full yield in the Sates of the largest pro
duction. The barley crop promises well
and shows a fair average. Fruit pros
pects are fair to good in the East, but
below the average in the West
A double execution took place in Ill
inois, on Friday of last week. John
Carry, who was charged with the mur
der of his wife, in August last, was
launched into eternity from the gallows
at Paris, Egar county, and Nathan Bur
gess met the same fate at Effingham. Bur
gess had murdered one Joseph Robbins,
a watchman in the employ of the Van
dulia Railroad Company, in October
last at least was convicted of so doing,
He denied the crime till the last
Cable dispatches report that the Brit
ish government has declared war against
Burmah. The report causes considera
ble excitement, especially in well in
formed business circles, where large in
terests would be materially affected by
an Anglo-Burmese war. The same dis
patch says the Chinese government is
concentrating troops at Manwyne in con-
sequenoe of the Anglo-Burmese quarrel.
A formidable Chinese army is available
for service at any moment on the front
ier. This warlike movement has great
ly depressed commerce here.
Dublin, June 22. The members of
the Amerioan Rifle team were engaged
in practice shooting to-day at Daily
mount Their scores were extremely
satisfactory and surprised the spectators.
To-night a promonade concert in honor
of the American riflemen took place at
the Theater Royal. The visitors were
enthusiastically received and a number
of American airs played by the
band were loudly applauded. It is im
possible for the the team to accept more
than a small proportion of the invitations
The Secretary of the Navy has made a
requisition for three hundred and sixty
thousand dollars on the Secretary of the
Treasury to pay the remainder of the
Farragut prize awards. This sum will
be placed to the credit of the Assistant
Treasurer for the use of the prize board.
It will bs distributed" among 4,600 per
heretofore attached to thirty-five or
vessel of Farragut's fleet which
made captures from confederate. The
aggregate amount derived from all such
naval captures during the late war was
about thirty-eight millions of dollars, of
which fourteen millions were turned
to the navy pension fund, sixteen
millions distributed to the captors, and
remainder absorbed in expenses,
The Farragut cases are last to be
At 3 o'clock P.M., on tho ICth, a ter
rible explosion occurred in a large 'two
story building on Marshes near the cor
ner of Kemble. and Farnham streets,
Boston, used by C. E. Martin as a man
ufactory of fireworks. Ten men and
boys were engaged in the building at
time, only one of whom escaped un
injured. Without a moment's warning
building blew up with a terrific re
port, and the contused mass of inflam
mable material at once took fire and was
entirely consumed before any assistance
could be rendered by the fire depart
ment Six bodies, burned and charred
beyond recognition, were taken from the
Letter from China.
We are premitted to lay before our
readers the following interesting letter
from George J. Fitch, Missionary to
China. It will be read with interest by
many friends here.
Soochow, April 20th, 1875.
Attain I hail vou from Soochow after
having been absent from here some five
months. I bave'nt your last letter with
me, but I remember you asked in some
your letters about our servants, now
many we had, wnat tney ate ana wnetner
thev ate with us, &c. I will try and an
swer these questions in the order given.
First, then, as to the number. or our
household affairs we have two "boys,"
all the Chinese men, servants, are
here called. Women very seldom act in
this capacity. The cooks and washer
men are all boys "boys." The two ser
vants were quite necessary as there were
two families of us living and eating to
gether, and then in China, two servants
are almost always necessary for the rea
sons which I give below. The expense
the matter wiil not shock yon when I
tell you that we paid the two, less than
the board of an ordinary good eater
would cost at home, and these two board
ed themselves. They received from ub
just $7 50 per month, and out of this
they were to feed and cloaths themselves.
And this is not poor wages. If working
for a wealthy Chinese family the two
would probably get nve or six uoiiars
As to what they eat The food of the
lower classes in China is very plain, con
sisting manly of rice and a few vegeta
bles: meat perhaps twice a month.
Thatisaluxurvthey do not frequently
indulge in. They eat a great deal oi
fish, however. You will ask, I expect.do
thev eat cats, rats, and dogsi I have
never seen anv sucn animals onerea in
their markets, but I have heard that
thev do sometimes, or in some pi
eat such things, but I have never seen it
But suppose thev dor wnat snail we
it nf a rwoiile who eat hours? Mv im
pression is that what we eat is so much
matter of custom, that we better not
say much about the Chinese. For I
have yet to see that they eat anything
so much worse tlion we do after all.
Beef is not eaten by the generality of
the rjeoole. and liviusr here in Soochow
it is only during the cold weather that
we can procure it at all, and then only of
the Mohammedans, of whom there are
good many in this city.
The idea of using butter and milk is
about as distasteful to most of the Chi
nese, as eating rats would be to an
American.' Mutton is used to a limited
extent, but is too expensive for the com
mon people, me great sutpie wiia lue
multitude is rice and vegetables; rice
for breakfast, rice for dinner, and rioe
for supper. They use wheat flour, but
sparingly, and have au idea that the
continual use of it is not conducive to
good health. Coffee is unknown to
them. Tea is always without sugar.
They would no more think of putting
sugar in their tea, than you would of
putting vinegar in yours. Nor do they
ever drink tea at meals. But all through
the day a big pot is kept in a sort of a
basket or box, lined with cotton to keep
warm, and is ready to do service at a
moment's notioe to any guest or strang
er who sits down for rest or talk. The
Chinese have abundanoe of sweetmeats,
and some of them are very good and
sometimes find their way to our tables,
though they are very different from any
thing we have.
Third, uo tney eat wiin us; no, ana
for various reasons. They prefer to eat
their own food, in their own way, that
is with chop-sticks, (of which I will try
and send you a pair. Being too of such
different character from ours, it re
quires different utensils for cooking,
so is served and eaten at different times
from ours. They can do nothing what
ever with knives and forks, and indeed
chopsticks are not so bad when once you
iret used to them A while ago we invit
ed our landlord, with his brother, to
come and dine with us. They used the
forks to some advantage, but would
hardlv make an attempt at using the
knives for fear of being laughed at. We
got them to eat some custard pie, with
out telling them there was milk in it
and they pronounced it exoellent and
called for more. We laughed to ourselvse
for if we hail said a word about there
being milk in it they would not have
The Chinese are beginning to change,
slowly, in some things, and it is possible
that a change in their habits of eating
and drinking will come by and by, but
believe it will be among the last
changes effected. They like the things
their fathers liked and to do as their
fathers did, not a hundred or two hund
red years ago, but two thousand years
ago. And wnen inose upstarts irom
across the groat waters come here, John
dose'nt talk to them so kindlywith their
big gnus and fast straw-boats and last
ways, as mignt at nrst be expected.
When a Chinese gentleman accompanies
his guest to the door, he says, "man
man chll go slowly." And that is the
prevailing idea in all his character. And
will be a long time still before this
people are brought naturally to change
their ways. God's truth will be one of
the most powerful agents in changing
them, and to that we look.
GEORGE J. FITCH.
First of the Season.
Look in Stacbmyer & Co. 'a and see
the fine peaches and cabbage no dis
count fine specimens for the first of
the season and at reasonable prices.
The Bunker Hill Centennial.
Tbe Centennial anniversary of the
battle of Bunker UilL was celebrated
Boston with the ,mot brilliant
displsy and la a genuine spirit r,f
Boston enthusiasm. The 'Whole
threw itself into tbe movement
a manner that lett nothing undone
that conld contribute: to the interest
the occasion. At an early hour
people of the city were aroused
a ringing of bells anil the firine
cannon that drove sleep from
their eves as swiftly as darkness
was ever driven away before the
rising snn. The whole city wao
nstir with the first ray of light, and
before noon the population was ani?
merited br an accession of from 300
000 to 350,000 visitors from the
surrounding country. Business was
generally suspended, and tbe only
occupation engaged in was the com
pletion of the decorations which
were all costly, magnificent and ap
propriate. During the forenoon
Boston Common was the center of
attraction where thausands gathered
witness the grand review ot the
State Militia. General Benjamin F.
Butler commanding the review. Be
sides the State Militia there were
present troops from Philadelphia.
Maryland and other points. From
15,000 to 20,000 troops were drawn
up in line, tbe review lasting about
an hour. After tbe review a procei
sion was formed and paraded through
the principal thoroughfares of tbe
city. Composed of the State militia,
civic societies, veterans of 1812 and
ex confederates, it stretched ont to
length of ten miles, and was wit
nessed by over half a million people.
It wound its way through the lead
ing streets of the city, under triura
phal arches upon which were in
scribed the names of tbe heroes of
of Bunker Hill and In front of edi
flees ornamented by the portraits
and busts of the heroes of that me
morable day. The services of tbe
day closed with speeches made by
distinguished Bostonians and with
short addresses by General Sherman,
Vice President Wilson, Governor
Hartranft atd other. General
Sherman pronounced it the grand
est display he bad ever witnessed.
It was characterized by unbounded
enthusiasm and in tbe history of
centennials it will occupy a promt
nent place until another century has
passed away and rolled np its record
of progress and prosperity. Leader.
LIBERATING THE BOSS.
LIBERATING THE BOSS. The News at the Island---How the Decision
was Received by Tweed and
The first news of the decision in the
Court of Appeals, in regard to Tweed's
case, was reoeived at Ulackwell s island
yesterday morning about 10 o'clock. It
created no excitement among the pris
on officials, Warren Fox having ex
pected the decision to be rendered about
three weeks ago. special JJeputy oner
iff HcQonigle, by order of Sheriff Con
ner, bas been in attendance at Headquar
ters in the penitentiary building Tues
day and Wednesday during the past two
months in anticipation of a verdict in
Tweed's case. He has been armed with
a formidable looking document of about
fWft VinntlrAjl rtnjren. elonelv written.
fiiA niTOaf nf
cover 6,000, 000. alleged to have been
stolen from the city and county of JNew
York. At 750 o'clock vesterdav morn-
mg Mr. AlcUomgle made ins appear
ance at the Island again, and remained
during the day and night.
The first unofficial news of the Court
of Appeals decision was received at the
Penitentiary office about 10 o'clock.
Warden Fox communicated it to Mr.
Tweed while the latter was performing
his regular duties in the hospital. "Is
that so? I expected it, said the Boss,
though evidently much excited. "Mr.
Fox," said he, "lean talk to you now
as I have never talked before. I know
I will immediately be re-arrested on
civil processes, but I can obtain bail
and once mora be a free man. I have
not the least desire to evade the law,
and if you should liberate me now and
say, 'Leave the Island,' my first work
upon arriving in New York would be to
deliver myself to the Sheriff. I have
had plenty of chances to escape from
here; but again, I say I will not try to
evade the law," and the old gentleman
returned to his work. ,
About 11:30 o'clock Commissioner
Brenman, Foster Dewey, one of Tweed's
counsel and formerly his private secre
tary, Warden Fox and Mr. Kitchen,
Chief of the Medical Staff of Charities
and Correction, called on Tweed and
officially notified him of the decision of
the Court of Appeals in his favor. The
"Bobs" received them quietly, thanked
them for the information, and said very
little. Mr. Dewey left Albany yester
das morning at one o'clock in order to
communicate the decision of the court
to his formerly employer, as soon as it
The papers ordering Tweed's (lis -
charge were expected at the Island hour -
warden fox Kept near tne ntuei
telecrraph instrument in his offioe.
Deputy MoOonigle, with the legal cap
documents for the re-arrest protruding
from his pocket, sat by the side of the
warden, occasionally going ant of the
office for a stroll on the river bank. A
few visitors crept about the premises
asking the keepers questions and vainly
endeavoring to catch a- glimpse of
Tweed. The southern end of the Is
land had a quiet "Held day" appearance.
TWEED'S CONDUCT IN PRISON.
to warden, unite in praise of Tweed.
Said Dr. Kitchen to a World reporter,
"He is the best hospital orderly 1 have
had. He always performs his duties
and can be depended upon. At times
when he was so ill that I requested him
to bo to bed, he refused, saying, 'I will
do mv duty as long as I can write.
The entry-uook shows hundreds
names registered in William M. Tweed's
The warden spoke of him as "one of
the best behaved, quiet and pains-taking
prisoners in the in the institution. "
"Although," said he, "Mr. Tweed has
au tiered and broken down an iron con-
and disgrace which few men of hie
standing could have endured, he has al -
ways enueavorea periorm uie uuuesi
uasmteosl Sif him It 1 Kftlll-eT T(1 mf ilfilTin
has won the reotwet of all who have
seen his daily life."..,
Her Brittanic Majesty's New Elephant.
A' '(MfpittGhy t)iich p tfi-W in anotlwr
column states llias the English Govern
1W declared war against XiuTtnaE,
thus confirms the rumor of the large
proportions threatenej to grow out of
Anglo-Burmese quarrel; als that
already Chinese troops are in motion to
ward the frontier. It is difficult to say
far this action may involve powers
other than the little State of Burmah,
it is not at all unlikely that the act
war will prove an elephant on the
Eoglish handa, ..The situation, and re
lation of Burmah to that government,
be briefly stated. Burmah, or the
Kingdom of Ava, is a State of South
eastern Asia, in extent, previous to the
Blices heretofore cut off to appease the
British Lion, about 200,000 square
miles and a population of 4,000,000. It
an independent monarchy, yet related
China, and the strong powers of tbe
East, as they all are by ties of kindred
tongue and religion. Two conquests
from the State have already been made
England. In 182G the minor State
Aracan was ceded to England, fol
lowed by tbe cession of another State,
Tenasserin, as the result of the Eastern
war of 1824-6. In a second war, in
1852, an additional State, Pegu, was
conquered and ceded to England.
Also, in possessing these rich morsels,
the British lion took care that the States
ceded were contiguous, and thus it is,
strip of country 1,000 miles in length
seaboard on the East of the Bay of
Bengal and the Indian Ocean, which,
with an area of about 99,000 sqnore
miles, and a total population of about
2,500,000 constitute the province of
The province is one of England's
richest In 18(59-70 its rice culti
vation amounted to 1,712,000 acres, and
for the year the total value of the trade
the province was 10,658.C88, of
which 2,114,504 was inland. Besides,
the soil is let out to cultivators, there
are heavy capitation and exoise taxes,
and customs on salt, fisheries, and forest
productions. The fisheries alone, yield
4.54,000 annually, and the total income
for the year 1869-70 was one a quarter
million pounds sterling. Indeed, Eng
land's three slices of Burmah are so val
uable, that it is by no means surprising
to find ber ready to push ont after an
other of the "contigious pieces." The
late disturbances known as the Anglo
Burmese quarrel, have been due no
more to Chinese and Barman encoach
ments on the province, than the agres
sions on the part of the British upon
other territory. The mlerence is tnat
England is more than ready to sieze up
on a pretext for the third war against
Burmah, for the purpose of conquest.
But she will have no easy task and the
senual of the declaration of war, if the
report shonld prove to be well founded,
may show that tbe result is more tnan
previously, in accordance with the
spirit of the age, in which we now live,
whicu is against wars of conquest, ine
Burmese already have an army, and the
dispatches state that the Chinese are
concentrating troops, as if it might be
anticipated that they will not be ldlo
lookers on. The Burmese soldiers ngnt
well, and are now armed with modern
arms; so that the English will find some
thing more than long wooden spears
with which formerly the burmese infant-
it were armeJ.
it is said tnat a mod-
era Burman soldier carries his hammock
" one .end of his musket, his kettle at
" u -
about his waist. Considering that Eur-
mah is from 8,000 to 10,000 miles from
the home Government, and that just
now England is in great financial de
pression, it is likely to prove that Her
Brittanic Majesty has a very considera
ble elephant on ber hands. Toledo
Later reports state that the King of
Burmah is likely to yield to the growl
of the British Lion. The Burmah au
thorities have granted Great Britain the
privilege of crossing its territory with
troops whenever the English desire.
The report is that the declaration of
war is withdrawn. England will pro
ceed to select its third slice from the lit
Organs and Pianos
for sale or rent a
New Goods Arrived.
Linen at 40c per yard. Bleached and
nnbleached Muslin at 810c per yard.
It is useless to attempt to cleanse a
stream while tbe fountain is impure,
Dyspepsia, complaints of the liver and
kidneys, eruptions of the skin, scrofula,
headaches, and all diseases arising from
impure blood, are at once removed by
iDn. Walker's OaiofoRNia Vinegar
iTlrrmrrjua tliA rrvnol an1 irtt allil .la mi-ri
.UA l ABA!?, VllKJ SSUU 4U1WAA1A1V llAAilVI
of the blood, and renovator of the
STBtem. ft has never been known to fail,
. . . ... .. . . , . , ,
provided the patient had not delayed
using it until the vitality of his system
was too far gone. 24-27
In notions at J. E. Garvin's, next door
to McCulloch's drug store. Give him
"Drives" in Dry Goods.
Down, down, they go. Special bar-
i-w - 1 "'l .1
ef Everybody invited to come and
'soe for themselves, and obtain bargains
wftjje opportunity is given.
WAGNER & ZEIGLER.
The publie are informed there will be
a bowery dance m Hague s Grove, in
Ballville township, about five miles from
Fremont, Saturday July 3d, 1875,
which they are invited. Mackin's band
will furnish music for the occasion.
Lemonade, Ice (..ream, and other re
freshments can be obtained on the
Good and Very Cheap
T; ParaBola Hoeierv.
'slso Josephine Kid Gloves, at J. B. Oar-
Tbe chepest in the city can be bad at
store of J. Joseph.
Ladles will And Mooiooeerileailid Frenek
Kid Bottom Bo1t--fahloobl red xnrtd
hgl Bt--at uobb A Bon's, Front i'nwt.
Geatt'.yontrn' jad hoy' A'nii et-ioeranrl
CongTe gaitera, la great variety, at Dorr A
8oB'i, Front etreet.
Remember that you can buy a Do
mestic Sewing Machine cheaper at lp
pelman's than any other place in the
The undenigt-ed ia prepared to delieer th
beat hard coal within the city o! Fremont at
the following ratet, until further notice :
Cheetnut - - - t! 25
Store coal - 1150
Alto Pittabsrg and Bloeiburg Soft Coal on
hand, and for tale at the loweat rate. Ordera
olicited. John Peso.
Fremont, O., October 15, 1874.
warrants his Pocket
If Ton want I A am Read the 6. A M. Advertiee-
to pnrbhaee Lr 1 1 U
t ment in another colomn.
The People Wont Proof.
There ia no medicine preacxibed by I'byi
ciana, or told by Droggiata, that earriee tneb
evidence of it ucceae and anperior virtue ae
BoeCHKz'a Oxbmah Syhup for Uerore Coogha,
Colde eettled on the Breast, Conioraption. or
any diaeaae of the Throat and Lnnge, a proof
of that fact ia that any pereon afflicted, can
Ret a Sample Bottle for 10 centa and try ita
auperior effect before buying the regular else
at To centa. It baa lately been introduced in
thie country from Germany, and ita wonder
ful enree are aatoniahing every one that uae
it. Three dnaee will relieve- any cam. Try
it. Sold by Thomas, Orund k Lang, and 8
Buckland A Bon, Fremont. eseow
Hope for the Despondent.
If yon have been coughing a long time
and begin to despair of reoovery, or if
you have taken a recent cold, go at once
to tlie Umg store on uursi at inayer,
State street, (ret a bottle of Db. Morris'
Syrup op Tab, Wilo C herry and Horx-
hound. Take it and be well. No other
medicine acts so promptly and effectu
ally in Coughs, Colds, and all diseases
of the throat, lungs and Chest, leading
to Consumption. Hundreds wno bad
once thought they had that dread dis
ease have been restored to health, by
the use of this almost magio remedy. It
is also the best known specific for Croup,
and never fails in Whooping Cough.
Trial size 10 centa. 22yleow
To Whom it mat Concern:
HungerforJ do affirm that for years I
have been afflicted with fistula and piles,
and have Buffered terribly, I was, very
much of the time, confined to tne bed.
I consulted my physicians, but they
gave me no relief t I grow rapidly worse.
My weight then was 130 rxninds. My
usual weight in health is 1C0 pounds. I
was encouraged by my friends to con
sult Dr. Wilford. Under bis treatment
I commenced to pain. I am now entire
ly well, thanks to his wonderful skill. I
nave seen and Known many cases ixeateu
by Dr. W., where the cure was equal to
mine. I do most earnestly and sincere
ly recommend my friends, and all who
read tins, tnat are at au amictea wiui
any form of disease, to consult Dr. Wil
ford, at No. 14 at. Ulair street, xoiedo,
O., as I am very sure he can do yon
good. I am well known in the city and
country about here, having lived where
I now do, in Bedford, Monroe county,
Michigan, for more than twenty years.
This is a fair sample of letters re
ceived daily by Dr. Wilford. All those
needing medical treatment would do
well to call on him. Consultation free,
There Is do pain which the (Yn
tttur Llmments will not relieve,
do swelling they will sot anbtlite,
and no lameness which they will
Dot core. This la etrong lan-
fpape, bTit it le true. They have
Drorluced mure cores of rhotima-
fcfWP81 matlsm, neuralgia, lock-jaw, pal
ay, sprains, awelllxtg , - ked breasts, scalds, barns,
salt-rhenm, earache, Ac. i co the human frame,
and of strain , spavin, galls, Ac, upon animals it
one year than have all other protended remeditw
alnce the world began. They are counter-irritant,
all-healing pain relievers; cripples throw away
their crotches, the lame walk, poisonous bites art
rendered harmless and the wounded are healed
without a scar. Tbe recipe is published around
each bottle. They tell as no article ever before
sold, and Xhej sell because they do just what they
pretend to do. Those who now suffer from rheu
matism, pain or swelling deserve toauffur If they
will not uae Centaur Liniment, white wrnprwr.
More than 1,000 certificates of remarkable cares,
including frozen limbs, chronic rheumatism, gont
running tumors, Ac, have been received. We
will aend a circular containing certificates, the re-
bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment Is
worth one nundreu aouara lor apavineu or eweeu
led horses and mules, or ror acrew-worm in snetfp
Stock-owners these liniments are worth tout at-
ut.nt7. No family should be without ttiera.
"White wrapwr fur family use;" Yellow wrapper
tor animals, eoia uy
all drQKeiete. 60c
tie; large bottlea, tl.
J. B. HutE X Co., t
way, new xura.
Cmatorlai la more than a ODbstitute for Cattor
Oil. It ia the onW aafe article in eilence which
ia certain awimilata the food, regulate the bow
pi cure wind colic and Drotiuce natural alifu It
contaica neither mineral, morphine or alcohol.
and ia pleasant to take.
Children need not cry and
mothera mav real.
NEW YORK, June 22.
Wheat Winter Bed western $1 30
1 35; white western $1 321 38.
Corn Mixed weBtern eiabi!.c;yc.
low western 8363lc.
Oats-Mixed western 65 70c; white
TOLEDO, June 23
CLEVELAND, June 23.
Wheat-No. 1 Ked 81.2C; No.2 81 18.
Oats No. 1 State bao.
Corn Mixed shelled 67c; ear G5o.
EAST LIBERTY, June 23.
Rrcelfta - were
head tor two daye; BA care of to-day a arnvaie were
lurougb atodi, aud CI care lur aale here. Market
active but pricea off lul y .SiC on comiouD to ine
diuru and od good to extra c; extra $7; medium
to good $6 Kk 6 7S; coaimoa to flue V3 To; ball.
U 6H4A 15; Mocker. 7WI to D2H ike 13 DU4 'lb.
galea to-duy looted 172 head.
Uoee The recelpta were 1100 head, making 1760
head tor two day. paC light aiiuply. I'ork
era UH7 36; Philadelphia. I MKe' ei.
ttiieBr Heceipte to-duy were (woo, brad making
14OU0 'or luat two day.; ecpoly aeaty, evllig froir
orr"5 r5ou aiaorWmg a really attract
line of lAe7 Mi' sod Child rn'l Car
Kid button and lace boota, 0tl and eeethi m
Kpcial TUrwAixT in-Kid Gixvkh, are
being offered by J. Joseph.
Excursion Tickets to Colorado.
H7 RrorcTiox. Fro May lvhto October 1Mb
St. Louis, Kanra! City & Norltn i n Cliort Line
wT.l c!l c-niMfil) tic ket Ft. Lori T" Pfjxrtra
Fft Rrtitiim, for t' for nlowty dne frnm date.
For circular o( aliubl iNPor.aATmx iri.Tir
Couihauo, addrew P. B. Oroat, (ii ul Pwn-(t-r
As?nt St. Louie, KnaClty A Xnrthern Short
Line hiving extHiordlnarllT fine eocomimirtntlone
and connwtione for Colorado, excursion partlca
nri'fer taking thliline. Excursion tlcketf sold !jr
connecting lin, and at Ticket . OfTce St.I.onl,
Knra Cltr A Northern Short Lino, N. 113
ftorth Fourth (Meet, Lonif, Mo. Don't
fail to eeud lor Circular.
The mn.t wonderful DIcovryof thelsih Century.
S- t. llOWI-'ri
And ntwaeee of the THROAT, CHKST, and
The only Medk-lne of the kind in the world.
A Substitute for Cod J.iorr Oil.
Permanently rnrea Aethma, Brnn'-hitl., Inrlplent
(.iuiu)ml.tiuu, l) of Voire, HhortneiMi of Brath
rntarrh, Croup, Concha. Cold., Ac., in a tew daye,
likemagle. Prk-e (1 pr bottle. ALSO,
I3r. S. E. HOWK'a
Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier,
Wlilrh DIFFEDS from all other prepsrtitlonaln its
m xri)t atk actio tifton the
L1VKR, KIDXEYS AM D IM.OO D.
It ie nnrel? vecptaiile. and rlfans s thvtemof
Mil iTiijiuritleB,bnil(i It rlsrht np, an'l maltee l'aro.
Kiru biood. It enrea wrotnioti lUftrrtwa or au
klnrK removpe Contlntlnn, and r'nlau-e. For
"OESKHAL," "LOST VITALITY," u.l "BKO-
KEN-UOVVN CONSTITUTIONS," I "challenge
the 19th Crntury"to lind He tHinal.
EVERY BOTTLE IS W0RTK ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
Trice II per ottl(.
Also,m. H. T. HOWE'S
Arabian col'm?. Liver Pills,
They clean? the I.Wer rnid Rtomirh thnronghij-,
remove i-nnptipatlnn; cnutain do calonifl nor any
other ininrioup ingrrilletit, and am q-tW-kly upon
thf-pe orL'Hnu, wltliont producing palo or akoem.
rnce o crms per wx,
phnoiJ use all thrive of tl.e above mHic.net.
oldbj B! (K! AND A RON,
Hole Af-'CDt (or Fr-mont, Ohio.
DR. 8. I. HOWE, Sole I'mprlctor,
4MI ChHmberiSi.. NVw York.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which it at
liuir. It soon
or gray hair
to its original
color, with tho
gloss and freshness of youth. Thin
fiair is thickened, falling hair checked,
and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed ; but such as remain can be
saved by this application, and stimu
lated into activity, so that a new
gvowth of hair is produced. Instead
o. louling the liair with a pasty seai-
niont, it will keep it cleats and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Tfc
restoration of vitality it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents tho forma
tion of dandruff, which U often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to tho hair, the Vigor can only
benefit but not harm it If wanted
merely for a HAIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer L Co.,
Practiced and Analytical Chemlete.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief and
cure of all derango
menta in the atom
a-h, liver, and bow
els. They tire a mild
aperieut, and an
Being purely vege
table, tliey contmn
no mem try or mine
rul whatever. Much
aufferinjr is prevent
ed l)V (heir timelv
dpo; and every family should have them on hand
for their protection and relief, when roumred.
Long experience has pro veil them to he the Hai
oiu, surest, and hett of all the Pill with which
the market abounds. By their nccntonnl use,
thn liktnri ia mii-illfxi. th rnriitntiniiM nf this vn.
tern expelled, obstructions removed, and (he
note mucmnery oi me restored 10 its ncaittiy
activity. Internal organs which become nlojrged
and slufTfriflh am cleansed ly Atr' t(lt, and
stimulated into action. Thus incipient diteae
is clumped into health, the value of u hieh chnnfre,
lid u reckonea on tne vast uiiiiiiiiuiei wno euiuv
it, can hardly be computed. Their tuiar coaliiitr
makes them pleasant to take, nml preserves their
virtues uniinuaired for anv leutrtli of time, to
that thev are ever fresh, and pertbetly reliable.
Aiuiouirn ienremnjc, uiey are mm), ami oiktiuo
without, disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or
Full directions are (riven on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a r :mulv physio,
and lor the following couipliiiuu, vti.ich tiieao
Pint rapidly cure:
For lviMiMl.m or IsnHrvotlnn. 1Jt1HM
Laiitruor and aLoa of Afetli. they
should be taken moderately to stinu'tnte the ktoia
acn, aui restore its neaiiny tone ami action.
For iAvr Coniplnint and it" various symp
toms JftliouH attclse. MU-b AFmA.
athf, Juuniifcw or fci rfra rHUfcnfw, Hil
tomm l'llc ami lllllvua rn they should
be judiciously tukeu lor each cae, ii correct the
diseased action or remove the obstructions which,
can ne it.
For yesifrrv or IXarrharu, but one
mild do-e is pnrally required.
For Mbun uttatru. (momC, Grwvel, Pwl
Ettuaioa mf tht lletarf, lkali Im th
ft Iftuck and E.lna, they should be contin
uously taken, as required, to change the diseased
action of the system. With such change those
tor Ikrowy and DrMlcal n-llla
they should be taken in large and frequent dooes
to produce the effect of a drastic purge.
Fur aiisarMloa, a larue doxe should be
i taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym
as a 7(iHr PtTt, take one or two Pttl$ to
promote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels, restores the appetite, and inrixorates the;
system. Hence it if often advantageous where
no serious derangement exi.-ts. One who feel
loiernblv well, orten finds that a dose of theso
Pitt makes him feel decidedly better, from their
clean -in it and renovating tflu?t ou the dieUve
Xr. J. C. A TES CO., Prrtlcal Chemist;
ZOWJELL, MASS., V. A. A.
rOR SAL'S BT ALL LRVUUI6Tt EYERYWULBii