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THE JOURNAL.
Hydrophobia in
The Terrible [...] Frankfort.
fair.- .
[From the Frankfort Commonwealth, March 26.]
to record ne of tha most mnnstt
al and KirOing fatalitias that has ever occur
red in. onr city, in tha death of John D. Sar
fV ' eitiaen of Frankfort, from lydropho
bia. This melancholy event transpired oa
bunduy nigbt, kst, when, after twantj-four
hours of untold suffering, Mr. Sargent passed
j i-uw inireqnency of the
aisaam. the terrihlo
- -J tm aajU ftK'"!-
tiwtt noted lU pr4wncetihepplioti(mof the
MnlimaJ aal11 f a 1 1
oi ma pnysicisos ia -io to
bar and limit ita progress, and the rapid con
automation of iu murk, in a falal issue, created
uuiu wierew en me part of lae com
nronhy, not unlike that which notes the
presence of some dread, supernatural calami
Mr. Servant MnHimln,! J .
r, - "-"v'u m weak nuu rrwerj
store for Mr. Walker Stethens, located under
uib wujiuuuweiiui omce. , lie was anatUro
tiTe, indostrions, and aober busiasss man,
cheerful to his demeanor and respected by
those who knew him. Sons two months sgo
small dog followed bim from the street into
his "tore, and seemed to recognise him vir
tually as ita master. This dog h pave to a
coaijosiior in me Uommoowsilti office, by
whoB it waa kept for some days. .It wan
quit email, hardly orer six inches in height.
It n afflicted with some akin disease, and
t at times appeared to be laboring under a
Sjciee. of fit, ' sincgeiing backwards, ani
yelping as if with pain. It was not supjrf.a
ed to be mad, though several syniptotus at
now remembered that may justly be a'trttm
ted to rabiee. Mr. Sargent oo day fed it
with a small piece of meat, which it had no
owner swallowed, than it oght his hand
t tie bam of the thumb, piencing the flesh
wit ita imall, keea teeth. Ee hook it oft
psytng bo other-attention, to the wound,
whith rapidly healed. The dog died, a few
days aftr, in our ecnpeeiog room. .
On Satorday evening last Mr. Ssrgent felt
pain in his hand, in the vicinity of the old
wound. The pain gradually extended to
the lingers and crept up the arm into the
body. The arm and hand became numb,
incapacitating him from his usual use of
thoau members. The numbnpos and nervous
ness inereausg. .he summoned a -physician,
who,, after a very carejul examination, could
not nt first decide upon the nature of bis dis
ease, but suspected some disease of the twin.
The intervention of nervous spasms,, acoom
panied,with the most harrowing symptoms,
'ava to his dtiuuu frir-ktf ,1 n
r - - -Buv.i sjy ac
cident, on the presentation of water to a'lav
",D iruo cnaraowT or Bis malaav
waa developed in the agonising spasms that
immediately wracked and tortured his
pnyaicai trame. Ire could not endure the
aight even t water, or it mention. -His
spasms were brief in duration, but of the
mos), fearful character,- cauaing his eyes to
delate and his whole appearance to aesame t
character so frightful that it baffles all de
scrirtion. The alightest impact upon his
body caused convulsions, his nervous organ
ism being wronght up to its highest tension.
The strength of several persons was neces
sary to hold him in po-ition during his
pastes.' He did not seek to inflxt harm on
any one, but was entirely conscious up to
the hour of his death, giving instructions
concerning his business, and delivering part
ing messages to his familel friends.
Duricfl1 Snnrlnv tip waaWicllr
. o j - i.iuu ' j id n (i v
cilufasand the physician, who offered r'u
the aid possible for his relief. He swsllo ,J
only a few pills by great ftT.rtoo Sirodjl.
roorrarg, the constriction of bis thro. ean8.
ing him to refuse anythiog else, "xna,
mid sufferings beyond description j or com -panson,
exceeding anything ever witnessed
in th. entire history of the medi cal men that
mrarrtered at his beds.de, jind appalling, to
everj' .pprecuve sense, he lijer'ed till al
most 9 o clock on Sunds uitif , when death
relieved him from fn' j,er tAin.
of l'ir,ai flVe children, ia indigent fcir-
' vnose around him to aid them iu t!:eir
helpless condition his chic? (obx beirglhat
they would come to want. ; Benevolent citi
wls are bow circulating a subscription list
to buy theut a emaH home and minister to
iboir necessities.
A Legend of 1776.
Night had set in deep, and in Small g
hut situated few miles from Trenton, '.
.1., tat five men, four of whotn, were seated
at aa oaken table in the center of the room
engaged in playing cards,". while they fre
quently moistened their throats with large
draught front an earthen jug tint stood an ,
the table. - ' ' -
Tbey were heavily- bearded, coarse-looking
men, and from their dress, which some- '
what resembled the British uniform, they
were evidently Tories. The other wss a
stout built young man clad in the Ovn'.ioen- j
Ul auiform. He sat is one corner of the
root! with his bice buried in his hands. ; . : j
. Tom," said oae of the Tories, rising from ,
She table and seating himself near the young I
prisoner, for such he evidently was, 'Tom.
yen and I were school boy together, and 1
lave "you Uow, why can't you give up
yunr wild notion and join us? . Too are our
prhtoner, and if you don't we shall hand you
erer to the bead-quarters to-morrow, while
if you join us your fortune is made, for with I
your bravery and talents you will soon dis
tinguish yourself In the royal army, and af
ter the rebellion is crushed out, youtonrse
shall be rewarded by knighthood and promo
lion in the army. Nov, of thess two alter
natives, which do you"choosc?.
'.Neither,' said the young man, 'riling his
bead and looking at the Tory steadily is the
'I am now ai you aay, your prisoner,
bst when the clock strikes twelve I siiall dis
appear in cloud of fire and smoke; neither
your comrades, not even myself, can prevent
it. Yi'U may watch me as closely as you
please, tic me hand snd foot if you will, but
a higher power than yours or mine has or
dained thst I shall leave at that time.'
'Poor fellow, his mind wanders,' said the
Tory, 'he'll talk differently irthe morning.'
And he returned to bia seat at the table,
leafing the youth with bis head again resting
in hia hands.
When the clock struck eleven the young
prisoner drew a pipe and some tobacco from
his pocket, tnd asked the Tory leader if he ,
bad any objection to his smoking.
Tone in the least,' he aaid, adding with a '
Lugb, 'that is, if you'll promise not to dis
apear in cloud of tobacco assoke.'
- The young man made no reply, but im
mediately filled hia pipe, hiving done which
be commenced pacing the floor.
He took half a dosen turns up and down
each aide of the room, approaching nearer
the table eacb time, when, having exhausted
bis pipe, be returned to bis seat and refilled
it.
- He continued to amoke until the clock
track twelve, when be arose from bis seat,
anil slowly knocking the ashes from his pipe,
said; : ;
"There, boys, it is twelve o'clock, and I
must leave you. Good-bye!'
Immediately all around , the room were
seen streaks of fire hissing and squirming;
the cabin waa filled with a dense sulphurous
sreeke, amidst which was a clap of thunder.
Tie Tories sat in their chairs paralysed with
frirht.
The amoke cleared away, but the prisoner
wis no where to be seen. The table was
turned over, the window was smashed to
pioces, snd one chair lying on the ground
outside the building.
The Tory leader, after recovering from his
stupor, gave one glance around the room and
sprang out of the window, fallowed by his
cemrades. They ran through the forest at
the top of their speed in the direction of the
British encampment, leaving their muskets
and other arms to the mercy of the flames,
which had now begun to devour the cabin.
The next dsy two ys-ung men, dressed in
Continental uniform, were seen standing near
the ruins of the old cabin. One was our
prisoner of the night previous.
'Let ns bear all about it, Tom,' said the
other.
Well,'eaid he, 'last evening as I was pass
in S this piece, two Tories ran out and took
possession of me. Before 1 could make any
resiatance they took me in, and who do you
su ppose I saw as a leader of that party but
John Burton, our old schoolmate. H talked
to me and tried to induce me to join them,
but I told them I couldn't, that at twelve
o' clock 1 waa going to escape disappear in a
cloud of fire and smoke, but he laughed at
ne, and said I was out of my head. About
eleven o'clock I asked bim if I might smoke
Ha said he had no objection; so I filled my
pipe and lighted it and commenced walking
the floor. I had about a pound of gunpowder
in my pocket, and as 1 walked strewed it
over the floor. When the . clock struck
twelve I bid them good-bye, knocked the
aihesout of my pipe, the powder ignited,
flames of fire shot across, around and all over
tile room, filling It wiih suffocating amoke;
before it cleared away I hurled a chair
through the window and departed, leaving
t.iem to tneir own reflections. lou know
thereat.'
PARTIVEIl WAITED,
Jn well wtabliebod manuractnring buslnns is
C!eclnd, O. On able to solicit orders when neoa
oary. Would preipr one hATiar liOO or more to ln
mt o-rsinu!j for short periods, at hi own
pptivn: but ekill in (unniur will bs cmuidared
ifiore than mom-f. To a suitable person ths rare
change will bv offered of (Without any risk what
effr) having a half interest in a bnsineea weU -tbli-Utd,
at a ixrt of ti.fOO or St.OdO worth of ad-
extiBinir. x.. and well eupphed with maehinery.
1 ti buciiiw pari from W to JS pr oent. on amount
done, snd cn be eniarved slmoat withont limit.
Addreaa or apply to J. T. eCLLITAK,
1 M buperwr fit., up stain, rpps.it (lis TVsfl4U
Sou, CiritB(l 0.
X-l? StjbqESORS TO v
DEALERS IN
-.-.. ...... .....
iUre 0,30. Cl
- , KEEP ON.HAD
L 'VJ? ij ?1AJL w . U KS
s
& , W ,1?
PULL ASSORTMENT OP GOODS
IN" THEIR LINE!
SUCCESSORS TO
2 J-DRi; ETbiLLorj & son.,
- THEIR GOODS ARE MASKED
W
Therefore, the Public Will consult their interest by
purchasing of : '
J.
T. LANMAIT & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
'-i . .. -! '..
Dr. E. Dillon & Son.,
Specialattention given to Compoundi g
Physicians
WITH
DRUGS AWD PURE
SUCCESSORS TO
DR. R DILLON- & SON.,
hs )
E ST B Ij I ByEE D, 184 O.
i ' P - - if
'9 iffi
!3 .ik
1) E.A L
DllUGrS, MEDICINE S
Varnisheo, G-Iass,
BOOKS, STATIOAIARY, C.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULt" AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
: ALL GOODS IN HIS LINE.;
Drugs & JHediciiies!
The Drug and Medicrne Department ia especially full and complete. The very
beat Medicines only do we keejv nd rPhjtriciana can depend on having their
orders and ' - -
Prescriptions Filled with Accuracy and Care,
AviiUHeUalAe Medicines V
Ess ;
, . Wines & Liqiibrs ! " w
The choiseet Vines hni Liquors, for Medicinal uses only, always on hand. All
the Proprietary .Medicines of the day can be found ia fay store, and warranted
rendin& .. ... f ' ; - ' '
Perfumery, Ktair Oils, &c;
PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, POMADES, HANDKERCHIEF EXTRACTS,
; POWDERS, HAIR-CLOTH, TOOTH t NAIL BRUSHES
; IN LARGE VARIETIES. c"
Paints,
White Lead and-Zinc Paint, warranted pure absolutely, Boiled and Raw Oil
Turpentine, Varnish, Putty, Fine Colors, Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Window Glass cheap as the cheapest and warranted
iu ' quality. -';,
-Wall Papeife Borders
A SPLSNDID ASSORTMENT OF
j.xiiA cittiim Lnuu, auou,
FIXTURES, &c, A
,-m.:vBookisl&rsiaUonary:iu'- I
OURrSHELVES ARE LOADED WITH BOOKS TO SUIT ALL MISCEL
LANEOUS BOOKS. JUVENILE BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, '
BLANK BOOKS, MEMORANDUM BOOKS, PASS
BOOKS WRITIVG BOOKS, - SUNDAT
SCHOOL BOOKS, BIBLES, Ac.
AND A BIG STOCK OF PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONARY, ENVEL
OPES, At., Ac., 4c. CALL AND SEE.
No. 3, BucUanOa's Old Biocli, Freiuoiit, O.
FMoit,0., Januiry, 3 ' O. Il..EXcCX7UiOC3.
C3r0 30.XX13a.O
AT ALL TIME3 A
-. ..-.-. ) .-!.:;,. .
Prescriptions
SELECT
OHIO,
. ' j A
E R IN ,
Dyes, Wall Paper,
Paints
WALL PAPER AND BORDERS FOB
OUrtlAIJNH, iASSJiJjB, CORD
COMPLETE STOCK. -
CHEMICALS
Miscellaneous.
The Greatest Sewing Machiire
Ol'the Aga.
COMPETE REVOLUTION
IS THB ' ';
Sewing Machine World.
AMERICAN
Combination Botton-Hole
SEWINtlfACHlf!
Eiullf good for fine or hoary work, and requires
no change in the tenaiou to wr the thicketit or
tUinast fabrics. Mukoa the finest and best Button
hole that can b manQfActured. and will make
twelve to one made bj hand, and make them more
uniform and dur&bla.
The ease with which the machine ie managed
will recommend it to all admirers of good machines.
Nonebnt the beet material are employed in its
JUUBLTUVL1UO.
Machines Warranted for 5 Tears
Instruction girtn gratuitous! jr to all purchaser
Addnss
J. D. M. FEE &. CO.,
GtMral Agsnta for NorthwsrtCTB Ohio, ;
Box 880, CIjYDE, OHIO.
Booms in Cullver's Now Block, N. 18, Main street
WfVtt Mnl.ltl. Oil. n-, y,v Vac. ..J
tviat, to which wa umta'tha attention of the trade
$251,' $25! ,
..THE
. SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE!'
Is retailed at a price withia the reach of all: This
Machine uses a straight needle, makee the liOCK
STITCH (alike on both sides,) has a self-adjusting
tension, and can do every variety of sewing. It will
hem, fell, bind, cord, braid, seam, quilt, tuck,rurrie,
and gather; will work equally well on silk, linen,
woolen, or cotton gooda, with silk, linen, or cotton
uixi'au.
i ... THE j .
' . .. . , -. .... .' r. .V:
AMERICAN SHUTTLE
Is Warranted for Five Years !
Our Agents will be supplied with duplicate parts
of the Machine, in rase or accident. It makes pre
cisely the same stiuh made by the Singer, Wheeler
& Wilson, Howe, and Florence Machines. It has
the Undtx-leed, like the best of high-priced-Machines,
and is the only low-price- Shuttle Mauhioe
iu wie uiarKci. mar nas mis reefl. we are enabled
to sell a liret-chiSB eilUTTUS MACHINE at a very
low price, on account of its simplicity, and conse
quent low cost of Manufacturing, in comparison
AGJERTfS.
Wewish to arrange with Airents. male or fcmnln
to .represent the American bhattle Sewing Ha-
viuuc, iu trau ouiw, iouulv ana rows is the
United States and Ontaria. Extra md
Experix-ncfd Agents, for full particulars, as to
usual j n wuiiuiooiuu, .ttUUTTJeS
' " -: - ' : 1 '' '
G. V. N. ANDREWS,
General Agent,
, ., .,, .; DETROIT, Mich.'
. ,:. -I '
"... igt-iius c jiuvu ar
ranged with parties who have Goods suitable for
bwinn Ifo.lii . . .. 11 . ... .
r" aviiui 10 seu. re win sena
BOOK OF SAMPI.VK f.,11
ceipt of one red stamp. Address G. V. N.
ANDREWS, General Anent, Detroit, Mich. Syl
Et. (); J Ziuiiiieriaaii,
Formerly at the Postoffioe, has gone to ' V
RUSSELL'S BUILDING,
next door to Jacob Lasher, and has just received a
new stock of
CLOCKS,
.-, ... WATCHES, ,
... SILVEKWA11E.
JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES,
CUTLERY", ' .
.,. - in' n lo .
LOOKING GLASSES,
PORTMOSIES, .
ALBUMS, , ; i - .1 -GOLD
PENS; StC,
All kinds of iobrjinrr dnnp in ite Kn nf TTaf.l.a.
Clocks, Jewelry, etc., neatly and promptly: Give
me a call. . ..... uu-volx
ilenry Banmann's
Meat UIaeketS
OLD MARKET
At Old Stand on Crpghan St.
The old market.on Crochan 8t..will be kent onen
as usual. 1 HENBY BAUMANN.
Fremont, Sept. 18, 18C8. . i ,8s-6m.
Important to Farmers!
CALIFORNIA 4 OREGON
SEED WHEAT AGENCY.
AVe furnish Farmers with the
Best Seed Wheat in the World!
Perfectly free insectiform orTother imnurities:
grown from AUSTRALIAN and CHILI Seed,
yielding, on good soU, - )'
60 Bushels to the Acre.
And -Weighing , -i : -
- i ... . . . :. . : !
65 Founds to the Measured
Bushels.
The Ears of Wheat, when mature are naii.itlv
ELEVEN OR TWELVE INCHES LONG.
BSyPut ut) and secnrelT tied and scaled in lin
bags, and sent by mail free to all parts of the coun
try, on receipt of price. , .
PRICES.
SAMPLES, 10 Cts. EACH BAG8,5Qc and $1 Each
, Or in larger quantities at reasonvhle rates- .;
Addrvas
California & Oregon
SEED WH EAT- AC ENCY ,
T-l ' SAN FRANCISro. CaKfomis.' '
Jgents Wanted $10 a Day.f
Two $10 Maps for 1.
1 LLOYD'S ,
Patent RcToIvicg Double Maps
Of Amevics and Europe, American and the '
United States of America.
Colored -in 4000 Counties. ?
These great Haps, now jnst completed, show
CTsry place of importance, all Railroads to date,
and the latest alteration in the Tarious European
States. Those Mapsarc neededinevery School and
family in the laud they occupy- the space of one
Map, and by means of the Bereraer, either aide can
be thrown front, and any part brought level to the
eye. County Rights and large discount given to
good airents.
Apply for Circulars, Tsrma, and send money for
ample atapa, t J. T. LLOYD.
ll-ml
it CrtlancH St., N, Tt
Warren & Cos Column.
S3 B
DAYS
YOU CAW GET
BARGINS!
-IN-
OLAiJKETS !
AND OTHER
Woolen Goods
-A.T-
Slims;!
Tobacco & Cigars.
3P- 3F O m .
UATUFAOTTTRER AND DEALER A
ALL KINDS Of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS !
In Backland's New Black, Ovpasits tka
,1st Natlona Bank, .
PEEMONT, OHIO."
SIGN OP THE BIO INDIAN
GBOCEKS, Saloon-keeTwcs and Hotel proprietors
are especially inriud t sail and examina my
stock. It is the larvust and most eomplate 1 any
now kept in this section of the country.
My motto is quick sales and small profits.
P. P088.
Fremont. Spy 24 1SCS 47vl , -
N .a ir.X MAf.UtAV I ilrittlfe,
Dayton, Ohio.
A?i -J ri-,7 r". -
-ts' v'jV WurriintcJ extra
iv o '
- i..v:J 4'rosH-t'n I, aiil
J -r-' .:ier HAWK.
Send fcr G;cu!ar, o xtn njmiring.
OROOKBRY
CHINA ! .
Q LASS WARE
liookvus Glasses!
. TABLE CUTLERY, etc,
' The largest and best Selectee! stock ever brought
We intend to sell at the very lowest linug prices.
Call and examine" our stock before purchasing
Isewhere. 1 ' - .'
- Don't Forget lUe Pace.
E, B. MOORE & BRO
. :o: -
"We Bell the well-known -
OROGHAN MILLS
FLOUR,' MEAL,' FED, BRAN,
. v .SiC, &C -
Wholeeale. and retail, and rlelrvrr at any place in
tae jorporauou free oi cnargev w. v
Moore,Valt(ctRawson's Block
Front street, Fremont, Ol '
12tf -E.-B.MOOEEftBfiO.
I. shttu: . j. chapman. . a. b. imiiht
SMITH, CHAPMAN & CO.,
DEALEB8 IS-
Forciga and American
MAEBL E,
j CROGHAN STREET.
, '. -'3I- opposite Fort Btepnensbn,) " '' :
PRE M O N T, O H 1 0.
MOXTMEXTS, HEAD-8T0NES, TABLE
TOPS, and all kinds of Marble Work execu
ted in the neatest and most tasteful manner.' All
srders filled with neatness and dispatch
2 SMITH. CHAPMAN ft CO:
The Most Beautiful, Fashionable
e ' AXD
HEALTHY CORSET
Health Corset !
, - BOLD ONLY, IN FEEilONT, BT
HeUniaii i&. Strauss,
; '' At ilie J'cw York Store, j.
t
Tlac Corset u tbe invention of an Amori- aa lufly
rettidtng" in Paris, and pronounced by all who have
seen it, theGruatet leycntion in the Corset line.
The Health Coraet conatsts of and combines ,.
1. An Elegant CorcSofiheL.aSeeitStyle.
2. 9honIiler Kraces which do not force,
butffrnditat ty tetid t keep the form erect
and iu a henltliv poHitioii.
3. A Kklrt Supporter which sapporUall
the weicht ! cloihtng a Lady wears from
the shoulders.
yWe have also a Corset espodally adapted to
married ladies in a delicate condition, or nursing
infanta, giving the create&t oomiort and relief.
Call for the
MOTHER'S CORSET !
Va are ailso agents for the
OJejjsa finllijpsing Skirt!
Tiiis is a XIpop Skirt whu-h, by a simple adjustment
of a tape, can te chsnired trom the larueHt tn th
raaliest, and from the lonirest to the shortest Hoop
ofiui, i u u?. a uuy mv wwi T'icirc manmaotur
cd. All are invited to examine these articles. Es
pecially I'hydiciiuis to examine the "Mother's
Cowet." -
, I1ELI3IA & STRAXJSS,
. , Xtftr Yoilt Dry Goods 6tor,
A I , i ''I.... ' '
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vM"'1.---
. "IS THE '
Dry Goods, &c.
& 3
5
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HL A. RICE & BRO'S.
-DEALERS IX-
Fancy and Staple
DRY GOODS,
OAEPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, &C.
FREMOMT, OHIO.
WE fake pleasure in announcing to our cas
tomrs that after tea years oi successful
haziness, we are again in tns field wide avaku for
trade snd intend to ate all honorable means ro se
en "-e your fkTorg permaneatly. Biingr working men.
yonng and ambitions, we shall always bo oa the
al9rt, using onr utmost skill in making parehaMs,
and expect to present throughout the eomiug season
a; more than ordinary pretensionsandof
Unequaled Quality!
HaTiotsxtsnsirs srrmngsmeDts with ars Eastsro
MaaoiMtanrs, for ths brit snd best lis of Goods
for
OUR SPECIAL TRADE!
ws shall bs able to met ths demand and tastss of
oar oostomers mors tally than haratofor. and to
stompti sxhibit all
New and Desirable Styles I
as fast as ths ara produowl. As aim to build np
a ailoable repatatioa and har. d.t.rmind to-ex
tabd oar trade just now rather than to make pronts,
we shall seU at ths
MARKET RATES!
This Is our motto, and we eorrMally invite oui
frtasriH to increase their trade with u, ani thse
who are not oar eatomra mm nrp to mik with
ns a t ou exnAiHirmot One the Ann is al
ways in Nw York to take adrantageof the
LOW PRICES!
Olrs ns a sail and 70a shall bpald;for jou
pains
Win. 1, Rice & Bro's.
' Xitt
hardware, Stoves, &c.
OBERTS & OHELDOII
DEALUBSt IN
STOVES,
HARDWARE!
TINWARE, C,
At ths old stand Airattly opposite ths PoetofBce,
KK EM O NT, ' O.
HATE the latest and best styles of Stores, in
cluding all the
Bass Burning .Eaol Slaves
W CALL AXD SEE THBM.-
Thoy have rednoad the prioe on '
HARDIYME
TO THS LOWEST NOTCH. ' '
We ask the Farmers to oall and examine oar
stock of
Tools & Implemcnls !
WHICH OOKSIST IS PAST OT
Combination Steel Plow, Ctrrlta' Iron Beam,
Fostoria Cast r"low, Corn PIow,i Shorel
Plos, douole aud aingle. Cultivators, ;
Road Scrapers, Corn Shellers. Iron
and wooii, Straws Cutters, Hurt
Bakes, Horse Forks Hoes andj
Forks, Rakrs and Srytbes,
Qrain Cradles, Scythe Sticks
and Stones, Shore) and
Spades, Wheelbarrows, 1 ;f
Chums, Tubs, Psils, ,
i Brooms, Clothes
' Wringers, Spin- ' r
. niaicWheela !
andReels, . , j
Sheep ,, , '
Shears, ..'
and ' 1 1
ft'ool
Iwise, - ,
- ,.. . Land Plas- ... ..' '
ter, Water - , . '
' Lime,' Stucco, ' '
Ac., Ac., Ac, tc.' ''
Together with a com- - V' .
plete stock,. jot .Nails,
House and Barn Trimmings," , '
Builders' aud Farmers' Hard- .
ware, Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron
Ware, Grindstones. Allofgiich we offer at
Prices which defy Competition!
ALSO AGENTS FOB THE . ,
CHAMPION 1 "
Ifiower and; Reaper !
CIDER MIILS,
Baclieye Wood Sawing Machine
Fairbanks scales.
OUR TIK SHOP
Is in rrmninj order, and we will, fill your order
with neatness and daspaeoa. . -
Oct. 1, 1868.
ROBERTS BELDON.:;
Spectacles ct Eyt- Glasses which ttreng--'
then, preserve'and niost thorougK
( ly assist the Sight. ., ;
Messrs. L1ZARIS & MORRIS,
OPTICLVIXS & OC ULISTS,
HARTFOIiD, CONK, :
Have) witii a view to meet the increased demand
for their
f Celebrated
Perfected Spectacles,
. " ' APPOINTED,',' ,
h. a. zir.ir.iERMAri,
Pealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware,
. FBE3IOAT, 6V , '
Am their sole Agent for this place.
They have taken care to give all ncedfal instruc
tions, and have eontidenee in the- ability of their
atfunts to., meet the reqitemento- ol all auatomeivs
An opportunity will be atfordtd to protnin, at all
times, Spectacles nnequ&lled by tiny ux , their
Strengthening' and PreaWving tlaalities.
. Too much cannot be said as to their Superiority
ver the ordinary glasses worn. There is no glim
mering', wnvsrina; of the sight, dizziness, or un
pleasant sensation, but on the contrary from the
peculiar coLWtrnctioa of th Xeasea. they are aoottn
ing and pleasant,, causing a fueling oi ruhef to the
weatvr, and producing a clear and distinct vision,
as in the natural healthy sight. They are the only
speutaeles thai Preserve as weU as Assist the Sight,
And are the Cheapest because the Best, always
lasting many years without changv being nacea&azy.
CAUTIOX.-Mr. H. -J, ZitnmermAtt, Watch
maker & Jeweler, f reliant. Gl, is then only agesit
appointedin this place, 5 - . -
sTWe Employ So Peddlers,' ' 1-yl
A.VY-Sr.llTH&CO.
BOOTS & SHOES !
s Hats & Caps !
Leatiaer aud Jjxdings!
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
CHEAP m i BEADY CASH.
, Eolire Avew StoJ&. el
SPRirJtTCOObs!
JUST EECEITEIX 5 ;.".'.
BUCKL&NI3'3 QLD ELdCK
(nearly opposite the Post OSfioe. I 1
Fremont, O., March 19, J89. 31-tf-
STIL80N, LEEK fc DOERINGS,
JMP0RTEK8 AXD JOBBERS OF
YANKEE NOTIONS,
Joys 8f" Jancy pboDS,
No. 133 aa Water fct., ' , ;
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
a. a. strjos, t. w. lets:, r. c. w. h. cana.
hair Restoratives.
vV EASRETT'S
v'v ...is PCSTOR ATlVE S
uslR RESTORATIVE
i i. r..nr-C1. a tlw l''r to CM 1
bntnotiaf irs r.nmr, cradicatinp lio- f -
mr.rs nn.T I'an-lniit. atiJ for Irrew.nir f rl
In tinr-t fabric, od V.
J..S. BARRETT U CO., P'opri.ton,
" ji..'iiurrK!i, s. a.
Benton, Myers ft Can field, CleTeland 0., Who -t
ale Agents. Sold by all Druggists in Fremont.
w
lh2 Last d'jwair'i Access.
PIRRESTOR
RDRESSllIfi.
' ' BT TTB TTfiTfi
1 Gray or Faded Hair IS qnical
restored to ita joatkfal color and bcaat j,
.. and with the first application a ,
beautiful gloss and delightful fragranca .
ia giyen to the Hair, . .
It trill cause ILur to grow on Bald Spots,
It will promote luxuriant growth.
FALLENS HATE is immediately checked.
Few- Sale ky sill Dragg-ista.
-' - DEPOT rtasnd from Greenwich St to
33 Uarelaj St, & 40 Park Place.
' IJJatent Aledicine.
IIAI
The 'Science of. Health. . .
Every Man his own Physician.
- HOIiI.OWAYJS PILLS
a-' . . aD"
HOILOWAY'S OLSTMEXT.
.7
'1 ,1
'4'-. jishr m
- t, r -m
t DISORD EBS 07 THB STOMaCH, LXTSA ASD BOWXLS.
The Stniaaefa is the rreafc centre "which mfioeneet.
the health or disease oi the system abased or W
biliated by excess indigestion, offensive breath.and
physical prostration are the natural consequences.
Allied to the brain, it is the source oi headaches,
mental depression, nervous complaints, and unre
freshing sleep. The liver becomes aifected and
generates bilious disordecs, piiins in tne side. etc.
The Bowels sympathize by Coativeiwas, Diarrh'Ba,
and Iyeentexy- The principle actwia.ol these Pilia
is on the btomach, and the liver, lungs, bowels, and
ksdBtys participate i their recuperaave and regen
erative operation. ...
SBTSIFELAS AND SALT BHEUM
Are two of the most common and virulent disorders
prevalent on this continent to these the Ointment
is especially antagonistic, its "modus operandi" ia
first to eradicate the vemon and then complete the
cure.
j . BAD LEOaVOU) SOKES ASO tXCESI.
Cases of many years standing, that have pertin
aciously refused to yield to aay ether remedy
treatment, have ULvariaJjly succumbed to a lew ap-
plications of this powertul unguent.
1 IBUPTIOSSOS THE 8K1
Arising from a bad state of the "blood or chroriia
diseases, axe errdicated aud a-ciear and transparent
surface regained by the restorative action of thia
Ointment. It surpasses many of the cosmetics and
other toilet appliances in its power to dispel raahe
and other aishgurements of the face.
V - FtXALB CXMFLA1TB, .
Whether in the young- or old, married or singlu
at the dawn of Womanhood, or the turn of hie,
these tome medieines display so decided an influ
ence that a marked improvement is soon percep table
in the health of the pauent. Being a purely vege
table preparation they are a safe and reliaole
remedy for ail classes of Females in every cond ra
tion 01 health and station of life.
. r PJXES A2tD FlbTULA.
j
Every form and feature of these prevalent and
stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and entire
ly by the ussof this ainolient; warm iormentation
should preceile iu application. Its healing qualitie
wiibe found to be thorough and iavariable.t
!9Both the Ointment and Pills should be used
in the following cases:
Bunions, Lurns, chapped hands, chiUblains
fistula, gout, lumbago, mercurial eruptions, piles,
rheuznatism, ringworm, salt rheum, soalds, akia
disease, swelled glands, sore les, sore breaat, sore
heads, sore throats, sores of all kinds, sprains, stiff
juinta, tetter, ulcers, -venereal sores, wounds of all
sands.
CAUTION ! None are aencine tinkss the words
"Hoiloway's New York, and London," are discerni
ble ui W a ter juars in every leax ox cue duos: oi
directions around eeeh pot or box; the same may
be eetn plainly by holding the leaf to the light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one render
ing such intozmation as may lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious.
aWNjld at the manufactory of Professor Hollo
way, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respect
able DrncYvrts and Dealers in Medicine, through
out the civiiiied world.
1 VdT There is considerable saving by taking the
I&mrtcjes. t
, IV. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in
every disorder are amxed to each pot wr box. 41
BRIDE AND. BRIDEGROOM.
Essays fcr Young Men on the interestfrjir relation
of Bridegroom, to -Bride in the institution of Har-,
riajre, a Guide to matrimonal felicity, and true
happiness. Bent by mail in sealed envelopes free of
charge. Address, HO WAiO) ASSOCIATION, Box
P f biladHphiae Pa. L t
Tsaiir&wisoN,
i- Mtntrfacturer$ & Dealers in
Cialjinet Ware !
'' v' C.r. Frant &. Garrison St., " ' '
FREMONT, OHIO,
Hare ooastaatljr oa hand a large and well selected
stock of
Parlor & Chamber Suits,
Maxbie and mahogany Top
"center TABLES,
Extension Tables, Dining Tables,
Lounges, Divans, Ac.
are prepared to execute orders for all kinds of
.. ( , work, in a manner
Not to be Surpassed in Ohio!
either for beauty or durability. fV'e employ nous
but the bast of workmen, and use only toe best ma
terial. Call and exainibe our stook. : , a
The Through Bred Date of
1 normaxdy:;
The DUKE will make the sea
son of 1h9 at Fort oeneca nd
Fremont, as follows: l-nday,
Tuenday and Wednesday at
fort Scneja, the rest of the
WW1 it at t rtuiiiiit.
The Duke is a dark iron gray, 16 nands 3 inch?-!
hih, good aotion, perfectly sound and kind, and
weiths nearly seventeen hunrireil pounds. Said
Horse was punhitcd by W. Watkin, in JS'ormandr,
France, in H'T)tmbeT, lfw. and bv him imnnrra-a
for the Marion Importing Co., and guaranteed to
oe oi tne pure rsorman oreei.
The DL K E is kept, in Fremont, on th imt midm
of th River, ner tbe Fair Ground.
TERMS: for insurance. Persons ftiling
t attend regularly, or parting with xn.-ires before
ntalingtime, will be held for the insurance. Ae
cidents and wapes at the rink of the owner.
1 or particulars enquire oi
SFEM ft BRO..
14-17 erSLMOilRaKpef

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