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THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1873. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1873. TOWN AND COUNTRY MATTERS. Readables. Court adjourns on Saturday. FcatorH claims a population of 3,765. Burglaries art co uuconiuion occurrence at Akron. Ths B. P. A C. E. R. paid out t 80,000 on tha August estimate last week. The spire of tie Lutbertn Church ha been listed. It is surmounted bj s, largte gilt cross. A disease called blck tongue prevails in Crawford County. It is worn than diptheria J. S. Farrow of Boston, ha been chosen President of the C. S. C. E. E rioo Kush E. Sloans, removed, A Grange is likely to be formed at the next farmer' c!ch meetiue. Bettor stick to the . present organization. . Call around and leave n a few. dollar on subscription. Pay your small debts and afford ni a chance to pay our. Two dollar pays for the Jouenil one year. Some of our subscribers don't appear to ap preciale that fact, however. . ' Read -Emcrich'i advertisement. He has f ile cf Rood bought at price low which he sella at corresponding figures. A. J. Wolfe is now ready for the poultry trade, and will pay the highest market price. lit is shipping piles of wild ducks. Twelve m ilea of the Atlantic and Chicago . Railway, between Kenton and Marlon hare - been graded and are ready for the tie. Fred of the Findlay Courier is happy. It is little cirl. The JejTersonian says Fred weigh over a ton since the occurrence. The Wheeling and Lake Erie Eailroad on ' ' dertht management of W. Shanley, the con tractor, progresses favorably, notwithstanding the crisis. The Island House, Kliey's Island, has lieen sold to a resident of the Island, who will refit ' od refurnish it before opening it for the sea . oa of 1S7. . Charley Bean of Tiffin, had his hand mi.iIim) wliil Mumlini, ' f fiat nl.n. nn toe 27th nit, and bad to have two fingers amputated. . - A tittle daughter of John Tiicm of Tiffin, who wa playing on the pavemens,' at that - slaoa am tba 28th alt. wa attacked bv de and bitten in the face. Josiah Boyd, near Milton Center, Wood County, was recently attacked by - a black bear, and so badly injured, before help arrived that he died a few hours after. A collision occurred with a freight train at Akron, on the 20th ult, and four cars loaded with wheat, oat and flax were tmashed in p ecea and the grain sowed broad cast. The panic has attacked the lectures. A ana Diskinson wants $400, this season, for an evenings talk. Dear Anna. And twelve handred new lecturers in the field at that. The Fremont Band, with their now horns was out en parade "on Wednesday evening, Tbey gave a ball the same night, which pass ed eft to the satisfaction of those present. John and Levi Stewart have purchased the bosses previously run by the different hotels, -, and will make a special business ot it. No more free rides to and from the hotels. Sue e is to them. Mr. Kudolph Snyder and wife of New Haven, Huron County, celebrated their golden wedding on the 28th ult Mr. Snyder is a brother of Mrs. Kensier, late of tbo Kesslcr House, this city. '" '' Aa attempt was made to fire the West Ead School House at Findlay, on the night of , the 24th alt; but a timely discovery defeated ; the intention of the incendiaries. Some of the . school booys are upected. Pl A Masaillon mm lost two of his teeth the o'.hcr day for kissing a neighbor's wife, where aa wem w oynuw a newspaper, ilaa 1:0 been a subscriber he Would have kissed his own wife and saved his teeth. Bowdyutm on Sunday night is not on ths decrease, and not likely to be unless prompt arrests are made of those who indulge in such practices. Let the marshal look out for such characters and lodge them in jail. We never taw a time when Democratic roosters rose up so spontaneously as now. Last year th Democrats were troubled with ' crow," and new their roosters have the same complaint, in a slightly different degree. The Norwalk races which were postponed until last week, on account of the weatht r, came off on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The unsettled weather caused a financial fail ure, but otherwise everything passed off satis factorily. ' No man ever gets his money's worth out of a newspaper unless he reads the advertising columns attentively. They iuform him who are the live business men of the town, and be also finds ont wee re he can obtain the beat bargains. Butchers at Plymouth advertise to sell beef steaks at 8c per pound, beef roast at Co., mut ton at 6a6e veal 5aCc.,and pork 6i8c. Happy people to have such butchers. Here beef, mutton and veal all belong to the same family and sell at 10al2o. On Wednesday night of last week, W. S. Hickox, President of the suspended First National Bank at Mansfield was arrested for embezzlement, on a warrant sworn out by a depositor. The next morning he gave bail in $1,500 to appear and answer. ' The papers were forwarded to Columbus on Wednesday of last week for the incorpora tion of the Toledo Democratic Printing Com pany, with a capital of 1100,000. The incor porators are E S. Dodd, A. J. Zahm, and oth er prominent Democrats of Toledo. The recent census gave oar city a popula tion of 6,460. By the recent enumeration ot school children, it is shown that the present population is 6,729, an increase of 1269 in three years, encourage manufacturing and th growth will be still more rapid. A report wa in circulation on Tuesday that a man had been robbed on the bridge on Monday night, but we could trace it to relia ble source. There are quite a number of per sons about, whose means of support not t iai blf, who might do such a deed, therefore all should be on their guard. The dwelling oj Fred Kinnanian at Findlay was entered by burglars on the 25th. Tbey stole his pants, rifled his pocket book, and departed, not much improved financially. Same night, they visited the residence of H. P. Gage, but the thieves were scared away arur sawing off part of a shutter. Michael Morrison, a desperado, who broke into the Fulton County Treasury two years ago, and who escaped after arrest, but for whom the authorities have been looking ever aitice, was arrested at Indianapolis, Iudiana, on Saturday morning lust, after a desperate truggle, and is now in the' Fultoa County jail. A man drove off a team belonging to a Mr: Hayward, which was tied in front of a store in Tfliin, on the night of the 27th. At first it was thought to be a tbeft,but when overtake n the man was found lying druuk in the wagon, and it was discovered he had driven off the team thinking it his own, which was hitriud near by. At Eeedtown, Seneca County, one night re cently between two and three hundred fleeces of wool were slolen from the store of J. Chirk. A lad aged 15 years was caught between the engine and bumper of a gravel train, on M. C. & L. M. E. E. at Tiffin.on the 24th nit., and had his right leg smashed. His name Wl! Eolla Martin. At Forest, on the 29th u!t., an engine on the C. 8. cfc C. E. It., collapsed a flue, and the en gine wa badly tornup, the bell being thrown through an adjoining house. A special wa seut from Sandusky, but when tho train reached Paterton, train broke in two. An ex tra freight following ran iato'the part detach ed, and smashed things np generally. The engine of the extra was reduced to a wreck. Mr. Brochman of the Second Ward, acci dentally shot Goo. Kraemer, on Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. Kraemer had en tered Mr. B.'s shop, Mr. 3. was at work, but besine him lay an old pistol uncapped and as he supposed unloaded. Picking it np ha pointed it at Mr. K. and snapped it several times, when it weat off, the ball lodging in Mr Ks neck, inflicting an ugly though not dangerous wound. Pointing guns or pistols at others i an unwise and dangerous practice, and should never be indulged in however in nocently intended. The Hibernian's remon strance is good. Tbey are "dangerous witii tti either lock, stock or barrel." a It its all in do B, in ed of of in to on Read, the advertisements of Administra tor' Sale, and remember the dates thereof. J. S. Fonke, formerly of thi plaoa, has parceased the Napoleon Sijnal, D. B. Aingr retiring. We wish both parties ample luce ess. Lost. Coral Ear-ring between my resi dence and presbyteran Church. Liberal re ward offered for it return. N. C. West. Apples. Some idea of the extent of the apple crop in this vicinity may be bad from th fact that from 3000 to 5000 bushels are ship ped daily over the L. E. & L. By. from this point, to say nothing of the quantities shipped over the Lake Shore Road. The statement of the Messenger last week, that the flag man at th Birchard Avenue Crossing bad been dispensed with by the company wa incorrect. He had been called away temporally only, and is again on duty at hia pott. Boston Tea Party- The ladies of the Presbyterian Church intend commemmora- ting the Centennial Anniversary of the Boa- ton Tea Fartv. Tuesday evening, December 16lh. Everything will be arranged for proper and pleasant observance ot the occa sion. Break in Sewing Machines Prices. Our reader will be interested to learn that the Floeskck CoifPAKT have responded to the general call for lower prices for sewing machine, and will henceforth sell their well known and superior machines at a reduction of from 30 to 40 per cent, from former prices, Assault and Battery. On Saturday last, complaint was made before the Mayor, by Phoebe Frank,' against Sarah Zimmerman and Viola. Amber, for assault and battery. The defendants were brought before bis hon or, when the complaint against Viola Amber was with drawn. A fine of 5 and cost was imposed upon the other defendant. Notice. All persons having premium due, awarded at the county fair held in Octo ber last, are hereby notified that according to the constitution of the society all premiums must be paid before the first dsy of January, 1874, all remaining unpaid after that date will be forfeited to the society. JNO. P. ELDERKIN, Jr., Tress. Sandusky Co. Agricultural Society. Fremont, O., Nov. 4, 1873. Shooting. On Sunday night last a diffi cully occured in Quitters Saloon, near the de pot between two individuals, and Mr. Quitter succeeded in getting them out of the house. One ot them James Smith, became much enraged, and again entering the house drew a pistol and fired at Mr. Quitter, the ball tak ing effect in Mr. Qs right wrist, and glancing along the arm lodged near the elbow, inflict ing a painful though not serious wound. The ball was extracted by Dr Eice. Smith was arrested on Monday, on complaint of Mr. Q , and committed by the Mayor for a hearing on Wednesday, when he waved examineation and bound over to Court. Glad to Hear It. We are glad to an nounce that sutneent encouragement has been extended to Mecsrs Cloud & Wykes, whose Handle and Tub Factory was destroyed by fire recently to determine them to rebuild. The determination was reached but a day or two ago, and they are already at work getting to gether the material for its re-construction, They intend to put up a large one story build- in-, occupying considerably more ground than before, and will put in the mot-t improved ma chinery. The work employed quite a num ber of men and it destruction by fire wa a misfortune, which we are glad to know will prove but transient. Our city is growing, and every manufactoring interest should be encour aged. Attempt to Burn the Bridge. On Thursday night of last week, at a late hour, fire was discovered upon the north side of the bridge crossing theSanduskyat thi place. For tunatoly it had gained but little headway at the time, and was promptly extinguished. It was undoubtedly the work on an incendiary, as the fire appeared to have been started on the pier next the east side of the river, under the foot- walk. No clue to the perpetrator of the deed has been discovered. St- Nicholas. That is the title of a new monthly issued by Scribner & Co., 645 Broad way, New York, the first number of which lies before us. - To say that it is a charming magazine for the young people is faint praise. is beautiful in its appearance, haudaome in make up, interesting aud instructive in its literary matter, simple and pleasant enough for the youngest readers, and entertaining in its departments. It is in advance of every '.her publication of the kind, in that it has a department in which will be published short stories in German or French each month. The story in the first number is in German; the next will be in Freuch. Subscription price (3.00 per year, or we will furnish it and the Joubnal one year for $4.50 in advance. An Excellent Opportunity. We call the attention not only of our ciitizens but of persons at a distance to the advertisement in another column, headed "To Manufacturers." Some time ago the Cooper House was pur chased by Mr. Oscar Bill of this place. On first of December the lease of the present proprietor expires, when the building will no longer be occupiod as a hotel. It is a large and substantial brick, and would be specially lapted to the business of shoe making on a Urge scale. To persons who wish to engage such business Mr. Ball will offer special in ducements end low rates. Here is an oppor- unity rarely met with. A building of suffi cient capacity ready at hand, at low rent. There need be no waiting, no delay for building, but company could take possession at once, and have their works in operation, while others were agreeing upon the plan of building and making contract with the builders. We would be glad to see such a works in opera tion here. It would employ more men, aud more good to the town for the amount of capital it would require to run it, than any other manufacturing business we can think of. Breaking Windows. One of those galots who go on a bender and destroy what ever comes in their way, came to grief on Mon day last. Sunday night he had been drunk, and smashed a wiudow in Ityan's store. Mr. happened to be in the store at the time, and hearing the crash ran out and gave chase j the offender, overhauling him and adminis tering a little corporaal admonition in the shape ot a black eye. The fellow escaped from him but was captured next morning by officer Moore and taken before the Mayor, where he plead guilty and was fined $10 and coat, $13,20 all and given into the tendor care ot Sheriff Young for ten days. He endeavered to com pound the matter, but the Mayor was inexor- ble, and Thomas Smith, of loledo, aa he call himself was marched to jail. Bight, Mr. Mayor. Give all you can lay hands on the same kind of a dose, and Sunday night rowdyism will come to an end. The same night glass was broken in the store window II. E. Shonio and M. Dryfoos & Bro., but whether by the Same party or not has not beon definitely ascertained. Hasil; or, The Crossed Path. By Wilkie Collins. The name of Wilkie Collius now stands at tho head of all liveing novelists He has no superior in the art of constructing story. In his own domain he stands with out a rival, aud captivates all his readers. Hi plots are intricate, and his stories full of mys tery. We have here the eighth volume of the new cheap and beautiful! edition of the works this celebrated author, now in course of pub lication by T. II. Peterson & Brothers, Phila delphia, for which a large demand is being created by the author's public readings in the country. The great popularity of his novels this series, comprising "Basil; or, The Cross ed Path," "Hide and Seek," "Miss or Mrs?" "The Dead Secret, "After Dark," Tho Yel low Mask," "Sister Eose," "Th Stolen Msk," "Mad Mouklon," "The Queen' Eevenge," and "Sights A-Foot," have never been excelled. "Basil" is issued in a large octavo volume, with a life-like portrait dl the author on the cover, price 75 cents, aud is for sale by all booksellers, or copies will be sent to any one, any place, post paid; by the publishers, receipt of price by them. to in ly is ily of for the tou ful 50 ial the ty 15 IN MEMORIAM. Hail Citdk Lodge, No. 380, 1. 0. O. F. ) October 30th, 1873. $ Through the dispensation of the Architect of the Univere, we have been called upon to mourn tbe removal by death of our late Broth er Albert Stark to the world beyond. We therefore declare in accordance with the usages of the fraternity that his memory will be on record In our hearts, and as an ox pression ot our regard lor those who were bound to him by ties nearer and dearer than our own, we desire to extend onr beartful Sympathies. Your committee submit the following reso- 10ns for acceptance. Rented, That we extend to th family aud friends of the deceased our warmest sympa- Resolved, That a memorial nam of the min. nte of thi Lodge be set anart to hia mimnrt and that a copy of these resolutions be sent the family of the deceased under I nf tha J-oeige. Resolved, Tht the Independent, Fremont Journal and Messenger and Green Spring vrazeiis oe requested to pubusa the same. Respectfully submitted, , J. W. FoBSTKB, ) Chas, Schole y, Com. J. Baemktt. J Newspapers in Public Schools. Now that vigorous efforts are being made to exclude tue mine irom the public schools, an other and, perhaps, in the estimation of some. more objectionable element is about to be or nas oeen introduced into the school room. We refer to the introduction of daily newspapers into the schools for exercise in reading, to partially aupenede the atandard reader now in general use. We believe something of this kind has been adopted in the public schools of Marion, in this state, and a few days since, a gentleman who was on his way to Wal bndgo, Wood county, a new village on the line of the Toledo, Tiffin and Eastern railroad, called at this office and ordered tbe Daily Hlade sent to him for use in his school. At first this innovation upon time honored custom and trespass upon the territory over which school book publishers held a "squatter's right," did not impress us favorably, but a little reflection developed strong reasons for uie proposed experiment. The readers in use in public schools are usually made np of mis cellaneous selections little calculated to excito interest or awaken thonght in in the minds of the young. With the daily journal it may be different. It treats of topics of cur rent interest aud affords a fund of good read ing which, under tbe direction of a competent instructor, will awaken" the interest of th pupils, store their minds with valuable' infor mation, and cultivate a taste for reading and a thirst after knowledge which can scarcely be expected to result from the reading of sach chapters as may generally be found in the readers in use in public schools. The news paper read in school conveys information to every mindj and spreads intelligence through out tbe district. Of course the teacher U ex pected to display judgment in the selection tooereaa. Without discussinar this subject at any length, and admitting that objections worm j ui consideration may be urged against the innovation, we have merely called atten tion to a few of tbe advantages claimed for the newspaper in the public school. It may never be generally introduced into the school room, but worse things may happen than the substi tution, to a partial extent, of publio journals for the higher grade of readers. Toledo blade ic-rheamatism, to NEW INSURANCE AGENCY. Owing to the recent great advance in the rates for Insurance, E. Laudenaleger has secured tbe Agency for a number of compan ies that had no lot in the great fire at Chica go, and consequently do not have to advance their rates to make np for the same. Among those he represents ore the Amazon of Cinein nati, Cooper of Dayton, and Westchester of New York. The statement of the latter may be seen in an other column, and speaks for itself. These Companies are all pronounced by the Insurance Authorities to be solvent, tafe and sound. Mr. L. already needs other companies to carry the lines offered him, for which he has made application, and soon ex pects to get, when he will be able to place lines from one to fifty thousand dollars, which will be taken at reasonable rates. Before re newing your insurance do as many others have done, seo Loudy, and get his rates and save from 20 to 60 per cent. ' We are convinced that Wm. A, Eice & Bros, are making a genuine Cash sals of Dry Goods aud Carpets. This is undoubtedly the only real Cash Sale ever mad in Fremont We would advise our friends to take advan tage of the panic prices offered by the Dry Goods House of Wm. A. Eice fc Bros. lw On aud after this date, the under signed will sell goods for cash only. The credit bu siness is played out. Goods will be sold down in or the lowest point. II. Undeuiiiix KING OF THE BLOOD. ScBOFoxotJS Sob.es. Case. I was for sev eral months unable to walk without crutches consequence of Scrofulous Sores upon my ankle. They were indolent ulcers of a very bad character. I was recommended to trv Kino of tile Blood, and I used several bot tles as directed. I am now entirely recovered from my lameness, although sir ankle is bad scarred. G. W. Hollknbbook, Toledo, O. see advertisement in another column. The best argument that can be used in fa vor Of SstOLASDEB 8 Bucho is that it a preparation constantly prescribed by fam pnysiciana oi note in our immediate com munity, for kidney, bladder, and glandular lseases, loss of vigor, mental and physical debility, female irregularities, and all maladies the urino-genital organs. Lcppleman keep all kinds of show cases sale as cheap as you can buy them of the manufacturers. It is a beautiful sight to see the Eadiant Home Coal Stove Economyer operate at Eyan & Co. 'a drygoods store. Sold by Thomp son & Co. at arc THE VIENNA EXPOSITION. Several sewing-machine companies claim "Grand Medal" at the ViennaExposition. The Remington Sewing-Machine Company reoeived tbe highest model given to sewing- machines, the "Medal for Progress." Nothing higher than this was given, and the Eeming- took it after the most severe tests were ap plied. The beauty of its work and its wonder mechanism did the work. Unheralded, it attracted more attention from experts than any Machine on exhibition. Mr. ing Mid WANTED. To exchange a Howe or Singer SewiDg Ma chine for Corn, Oats or Wood. 44-45 L. LEPPELMAN. Dr. WANTED. A Gill to Cook, Wash aud Iron. Wages S3,- per week. Apply to L. Leppelmsn. the Boy Wanted. A boy oi 14 or 15, with a fair Euglish educa tion, can obtain a situation by applying at this offico. Our will Men's Shirts and Drawers. Joseph Si Co. offer these goods at much lower priees than they can be bad at any other establishment in this City, those in want will find it to their interest to call on them at once. ash can Ladies' Underwear. We continue to make these Goods our spec study, and always have a complete line at very lowest prices, offer a few dozen for 50 ceuts each. J. Joseph & Co. Children's Underwear. We unhesitatingly say we have the most complete assortment of Children's Underwear which is to be found in Fremont, keeping the best quality at much lower prices than hereto fore. J. Joseph A Ca, MISSES' AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR. When Mr. Joseph was in New York he did forget tbe boys and girls. He bought Underwear for them and all can be suited. We have about 50 lbs grey Woolen Yarn, which we offer at 75 cents per lb to close. 8ee J. Joseph & Co. Hobby Horses. We call attention to tbe above for the ap proaching holidays, we have a nice lot of them and will sell them cheap. Also new Carts, Wagon, Perambulators, fce. J. Joseph & Co. Mr. J. P. Moore, carriage maker of this city, took the first premium at the Erie Coun Fair, on au open buggy, a top buggy, and a farm wagon. He took orders for three bug gies and five wagons before leaving the fair grounds. This speaks well for Fremont, His stock at present is nearly all sold out as usual! there being only four open buggies and three top buggies unsold. Machines and operators will be furnished. free of charge, oq application at the office No. Crogban St., to any and allparties wishing trial of tha "Light Banning Domestic." his tbe in Notice to Trespassers. All persons found hunting or otherwise trespassing on the premises of tbe undersigned will be prosecuted to the full extent ot law: Jacob Eimelspavher, John Morrison, Abel Willis, John Neason, George Flumerfelt, Philip C Lowe, Henry Bauman, Levi Zink, Frederick Sibbrel, Edward Tindail, S Fenimore, E.B Moore, Samuel Babione, Elias Babione, Jacob Stahl, John Moore, William Smith, Nicholas Eusminger, Henry Fry, Thomas Wickert, TW Cochran, Christain Hague, Edmund Myers, George Smith- Geo Bimelspacher, W S Haflord, G W Fisher, E E Smith, Hiram Pool, G W McGormley, Michael McArdel, John Munch, Flur Sullivan, G F Mudge, John Frey, George Reynolds, D C Sherwood, James Moore, James S Emerson, Philip Anspach, Gsorge W Short, Thomas Morrison, Fidel Ott, L Speller, J J Smith, David Cummins, C A Hampsher, Isaac Pryor. Fred Frohnizer, Henry Frohnizer. J. D. Muchmore Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centaur Liniment will not re lieve, no swelling it will not subdue, and no lameness which it will not cure. This is strong language, but it is true. It has kprjrptz produced more cures of rheu matisui, neuralgia, lockjaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, eaked-breaats, scalds, burns, salt- rheum, ear-ache, Ac, upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, Ac, npon ani mals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since the wor)i b-gan. It is a coun ter-irritant, an all hoalingpain reliever Crip ple throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless, and tha wounded are healed without a scar It ia no humbug. The recipe is published around each bottle. It is selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells because it does just what it pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or swelling, de- strve to suffer if they do not use Centaur Lin. iment More than 1000 certificates of re. markable cures, including frozen limbs, ohron- gout, running tumors, c., have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, &c, gratis, any one requesting it One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenied horses or mules, or for screw-worm in sheep, Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at tention. No family should be without Cen taur Liniment. Sold by all Druggists. 60 cents per bottle; large bottles $1.00. J. B. Robk & Co., 53 Broadway, New York, Castoria is more than a substitute for Cas tor Oil. It is the only safe article in exist ence which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate the bowels, core wind-colic, and pr -duce natural sleep. It contains neither mine morphine or alcohol, aud is pleasant to take. Children need not cry, mothers may rest. Foot Warmers at C. M. Dillon & Co. A better Remedy can not be found for Whooping Cough, Coughs and Colds than McCullooh's Balsam of Hoarhound, it has been4ried thirty five years and proven reliable every time. Only 25 cents a bottle. Frtm the Rev E. A. HELMKRSHAUSEN, note of Camden, Me. This certifies that I have used Miss Saw yer s Salve and consider it superior to any other. I cheerfully recommend it to all in want of a good Salve. January 25, 1807. E. A. IIki.mebshausex. The U. T. K. Shoes are sold only by Dorr & Sou. . Ladies will find them the best the market. New stock for the fall trade received by Dorr & Son. The best White Lead in America Echstein, Hills fc Co., rho?nix Brand. Warranted pdrfectty pure, given away away. McCulloch is sole agent for Fremont. TnE Buckeye Horse and Cattle Powders aie the best in use. Try them. Sold at Thomas, Grund & Lang's Drug Store. The best Dye Stuffs and the best Recipts for Coloring is to be found McCullochs. Good Colors war ranted every time if the directions followed. Agent for Leamon's Analino Dyes for all Colors. All kinds of Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnish, Glass, Brushes, &c, of the best quality at McCullochs. Ail the new Styles of Hats and Caps in stock at Meng's Store, Tylers's Block, cheaper than ever. Go and see them. 31 Cross's is head quarters for Organs and ianos the best and cheapest in the m arket. 23-tf " A Bargain In Keal Estate. We call attention to the advertisement of L E. Amadou, iu another column, of his Valley Farm. This is one of the most desira ble small farms in the county, and he is offer it very cheap and on easy terms. Now is the time to buy your Overshoes Eubbcr Boots. Dorr & Son have them in abundance aud cheap. CaU and examine. FREE OF CHARGE. Call at Thomas, Grand & Lang's Drug Store, in Fremont, and get a sample bottle of A. Boschee's German Syrup, Free of Charge. It has lately been introduced in this couutry from Germany, and for any person Buffering a severe cough, heavy cold settled on breast, consumption or any disease of the and lungs it has no equal in the world. regular size bottles 75 cents. Two doses relieve any case. Try it. Also, Green' August Flower will cure dyspepsia. Sample bottles free of charge. Try it. 41-1 The Argand Coal Stove took the first pre mium at the Northern Ohio Fair. It is the only stove with a base flue and illuminated pit. It is the most economical stove that be had. Call and see it at C. M. Dillon Co's. Lath and Shingles Amsden has again reduced his price Shoe- maker's Star Shingles. His the best in the market make of Parlor Brackets! Elegant styles just received and at prices within the reach of everybody. See them at Cross's and bo convinced. 23-tf We gaurantee the Argand Coal Stove to give more hoat from a given quantity of fuel than any stove sold in this market. Call and it. C. M. Dillon & Co. Hickory Nuts. I will pay the highest market price for 500 bushels of Hickory Nuts. 40-43 L. Leppklxan. A large supply of Uno American Cutlery, Embracing Shears, Scissors, Eazors, Pen Knivos, fcc, &c, at very low figures at Cross's. 23- We open this week two hundred and thirty six cases Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. Many more coming on contracts made while east in July. Prices twenty per cent, less than our competitors in this city or neighbor ing villages can sell same quality of goods. Please call aud inspect stock and prices. 34 S. P. Mkko. Notwithstanding the opposition of "regulars" aud the efforts of others to injure practise, Dr. Libbcy still makes "success rule of merit" in his treatment of chronic cases. He has perfected more cure in thi class ot cases than all the "regular" physicians the county. Hia office is at the Ball House, every Saturday. 40-42 If you want Boots, for $1 to 93, go to A. Hoot fcSon. McCulloch's cure for Diarrhoea is as near a certain remedy as it is pos sible for a Medicine to be for Diar rhea, Dysentery, and all Summer Bowel Complaints of adults and children. Pleasant to take and prompt in its effects, it has now more friends than nv other medi cine in the market. Beautiful Chromos for sale cheap. at McCullochs. A large stock of Men's Boys' and Youths' Calf and Kip Boots for the fall and winter trade at astonishingly low prices at Pete Meng's Mammoth Hoot and Shoe Store, Fre mont, Ohio. 34 Before You Buy. Pure . White Lead, Rubber Paint, Colored Paints, Raw and Boiled Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass and Putty, be sure and call on Thomas, Grund & Lang and get prices. Rare Bargains In Wall Paper, Gilt Band Curtains, Green, Buff, Plain, White and Watered Hollands, cheap at Thomas Grund fc Lang's. For Slates and Stationery-, Vio let, Black, Blue and Red Inks, go to Thomas, Grund & Lang's. If you Want Pure Drugs and Medicines, Perfum cry. Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes, call ou Thomas, Grund & Lang. Before You Dye Be sure and call on Thomas, Grund k Lang for Dye Stuffs, as they keep the best. School Books of all kinds for town and county schools can be had at Thomas, Grund fe Lang's. llemembcr that Dr. Libbey iB at his rooms at the Ball House on Saturday of each weak. Have yonr Hay by getting a good Feed Cut ter. C. M. Dillon & Co., have a good cutter that-they offer low. Gents' Collars, Neck Ties, Scarfs, Ac., in Great variety at Meng's. liOon to your firesides. Now is the time to send in your stoves and have them made ready for cold weather. We are prepared to Line and Block stoves in the best manner. C.M. DILLON & Co. C. M. Dillon & Co , are receiving a new and very large stock of cooking and heating stoves. School Books. McCullochs is Head Quarters for all the Books used in the City and County Schools. Slates, Paper. Pencils, Drawins Materials, &c., of the best quality, and at lowest price, McCullOch's Horse and Cattle Powders are the best and cheapest n use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. Always keep McCulloch's Cholera Cordial in in the house, it is a cer tain cure for Cholera and Cholera Morbus if taken in time. Delays are dangerous. Don't take unnes sesarry chances. McCulloch is selling out his stock of Wall Paper and Borders at great ly reduced prices, to make room for the new Stock. Call and examine them. Fine Shoes. Large invoices daily received from celebrat ed manufacturers. Burt's Fine Shoes first and best always. Full lines of lower priced goodsalwayson hand at Meng's, corner Front and Croghan streets,Fremont, O. March 22, 1873. SMOLANDER'S ill i Tts tot Is a sure, qnick remedy for all diseases of tha Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary Organs, existing either in mala or female. As, Irrita tion, Inflammation, or Ulceration of the Kidney and Bladder, Gravel, Stone in Bladder, Reddish or Brick dnst Sediment in Urine Thick, Clondv, or Ropy Urine, Painful Urinating, Bedwetting, nneoni ana jnvoinniary msnnarsjes, Morbid Irritation of Bladder and Ure thra, Chronic Catarrh of Bladder, Sup Dression. Retention, or Incontinence of Urine, Diabetes, Dropsy, Organic Weak" ness, Female Complaints, and all unronic Maladies of the Urinary and Sexual Organs. Thousands can attest to its wonderful cura tive properties in these diseases. For Nervous Debility,- with its gloomy attendants, Dizziness, Loss of Memory, Low Spirits, &c, it is a fovereira remedy. SMOLAJfDEK9 BUCIIli buoys up the enervated system, Imparting new liie and vigorous action, the whole system becoming strengthened and invigorated. Be sure and ask for StfOLAXSSS'3 BUC37, Insist upon having it, and take no other. PRICE l.oO. 8IX BOTTLES, $3.00. Bold by all Dealers in Meditina. Diuretic CiDonnL HURB'S STIMULANT -7 AND j- CATMRTIC A sure and permanent cure for LIVER COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, COS TIVENESS, BILIOUSNESS, FEVEB AND AGUE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUNDICE, PILES, LOSS OF APPE TITE, INDIGESTION, and all diseases arising- from a disordered state of tha Liver and Blood. It acts directly on the Liver, increasing tho flow of bile into the stomach and bowels, and by it cathartic properties purges the sys tem of all dl3ea3ed matter. To the invalid and aod It will bo found an Invig-oratlngr Cordial, increasing- tha strength and flesh, vitalizing the blood, and promoting- perfect cigestion. As a family medicine, it ha3 no equuL Coll by t!l Emssisti $1.00 per Isttls. PREPA11ED BV LITTLEFIELD, HURD & CO., BOSTON, MASS. Elegant i etrelry just received at Cross's. Also a chice lot ot New Music. 23-tf Hats and Caps. Broadway and Trade Styles of Silk Hats, also an enormous assortment oi Fur and Sax ony Hats, in all the latest styles at S. Meng's Boot and Shoe and Hat and Cap storo- Dorr St Son sell the celebrated Cleveland and Buffalo Shoes. They can be relied on. AH kinds of Sewing Machines Bepaired and warranted by skillful workmen, at Leppleman. ' 41-42 Those Nobby Hats and Caps, Neck Ties vnd Collars, can bo had very cheap, at the City Store, of A. Hoot & Son. Oil Chromos! Closing out at Cross's, in elegant frames, cost. 23-tf Oil Chromos! Married. November 1st, 1S73, at the residence of the bride'i farents, in Green Creek Township, by Rev. M. uy, Miss Maria Hawks, and Mr. Joseph C Kiseof Kolleraville. Well, we are glad to learn that our old friend Joa has joined the Benedictine ranks, and we extend to him and his bride our hearty congratulations, and best wishes for the future. November 4th, at the residence of Mr. O. J Nn pher, by Rev. Uerehom Ine, Mr. K. L. Bf.kch of Ohio. MIUUCTUU, OUU ilLlSB D&JtTLETT fit KmmAnl SPECIAL NOTICES. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Happy Relief for Young- Men from the effects of Krrorg and Abuses in early Hie. Man hood Restored. Impediments to Marriage removed New method of treatment- remedies. Books and circulars sent free sealed envelopes. Adilress HOWARD ASSOCIATION" No. S South Ninth St.. PhiladelDhi. . i.! tution baring a high renutatiou for houorable con duct and prutessioual skill. The Household Panacea, and Family Liniment. is the best remedy in the world for the fnllmvincr complaints, viz.: Craaips in the Limbs and Stom ach, Paiu in the Stomach, Bowclp, or Side, Rheu matism in all its forms. Billions Colic, Neuralgia, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh Wounds, Bonis, Sore Throat, Spinal Complaints, Sprains and Bruis es, Chills aud Fever. I or Internal aud E rerun! nse. Its operation is not only to relieve iht miu bnt entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the whole system, re storing healthy action to all its parts, and quicken ing the blood. Tue Household Panacea Is nnrel v V eatable and All Healing. Prepared by CURTIS & BROWN, No-i".5 r'u"n Street, New York. For sale by all druggists. Thirty Years' Experience of an Old .Nurse. Mrs. Window's Soot ulna; Syrnp the prescription ofonenf 1 1... h.t l-v- male Physicians anil Nurses in the United States, and has been used for thirty years with never fail in" saiety and success by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects acidity of the stomach, re lieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and conitort to mother and child. We neiieve ii 10 oe ine uest ano surest Remedy in the World, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIAR RHEA IN CHILDREN, wiiether it uri frrnn Teething or from any other cause. Full directions will accompany each bottle. None genuine un less the lac-simile of CURTIS & PERKINS is on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. Children Often Look Pale and Sick from no other cause than having worms in the Mtnmricn. BROWNS VERMIFUGE COMFITS will destroy worms without injury to the child, be ing perfectly WHITE, ond free from all coloring or other injurious ingredients nsnally used in worm preparations. V.L Klin s urtuw, rroprietors, No. S15 Fulton Street, New York. SUd by Drunmnts and Chemist, and iMalfm neaunues at twentt-five Cents a Box. Beyond the Mississippi! Thonsands have already gone, and thousands more are turning their eyes towards new homes In the fertile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St Louis, over the Mis souri Pacific Railroad, which runs its fine Day Coaches and Pullman Sleepers from St. Louis to principal points in the West, without change. We believe that the Missouri Pacific Railroad has the best track and tbe finest and safest equipment of any line west of the Mississippi, and its connections with other roads further West are prompt aud re liable. The Texas connection of this road is now completed and passengers are offered a first-class, all-rail ronte from St. Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas Texas R. R., mo Hedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R. R via Vinita. For Maps, time tables, information as to rates. rontcs, c, we refer our readers to I. O. Wheeler, Northern Passenger Agent, 72 Lloyd St., Buffalo, N. Y., or E. A. Ford, Ueneral passenger Agent, St. Lous. Mo. OiuMianswill be vromullvantl chferfuU ly aiuicrreil 1 Emigration Turning! Cheap Farms in South-west Missouri ! The Atlantic & Pacific Eailroad Company offers ,200,000 acres ot land in Central and Southwest Missouri, at from $3 to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free transportation from St. Louis to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, schools, churches and law-abiding- society Invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruits and flowers. For particulars address A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. RAILROADS. RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY—GOING EAST. a. v. 10:57 11:87 A. . 6:15 7:27 7:45 S:2 P. N. S:30 6:40 .7 7.27 Leave Toledo J remout Clyde Monroeville GOING WEST. A.M. 6:35 S:22 9:0(1 Ura 10:50 p. a. p. m. 2:50 7:10 5:40 9:.1 6:15 10:05 6:40 10:25 7:55 11:40 Leave Cleveland Monroeville Clyde Fremont Arrive Toledo Way Freight. GOING EAST. GOING WEST. Leave Fremont, 10:2flA.M.ILcave Fremont 3:05P.ii. :25 F.. " " t:45 " LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RAILWAY—GOING SOUTH. Leave Fremont, 9:25 a. a. 6:45 p. M. 9:27 a. X. Fostoria, Findlay. 111:22 7:wl 10:05 11:05 8:40 1:50 p. . 1:00 p. x. 11:110 5:oo Arive Lima GOING NORTH. 3:45a. x. 2:30 p. X. 9:00 a. x. 5::i5 4:30 1:15 P. X. Lima, r intllay, Fostoria. 6:20 5;ij 2:50 7:20 6:20 4:45 Arrive Fremont, MARKETS. FREMONT RETAIL MARKET. PRODUCER ic Potatoes 7.V S0 25c Onions $1.35 il.50 JOciGreen Apples 4lk50c Scinried Apples p-ir lb 5 lOclDrird Peaches 20c Cheese. Butter Kk?s.. Lara ny the keg. . " retail Tallow, wholesale 7clPeathers hoc retail.... he I Wool 45c Beeswax ,...25S30cSw't Potatoes $1.00 GRAIN. Wheat 11 .25( 1 .35 Buckwheat $1 .00 Com 40ciRye 02c Oats 2S(30c SEEDS AND HAY. Flax seed $1.5o;( lover seed... $4.5(ia 4.75 Timothy seed $2.503.001 Hay perton.. 1S.00 FLOUR AND MEAL. Red Wheat Flour I White Wheat Flonr per hhl 17.501 per bbl SS.50 Red Wheat Flour 2 ICorn Meal per cwt.. 1.25 per bbl 6.00 &150 FREMONT WHITE LIME. per GROCERIES. SUGARS. Brown, per lb.... 9aiocWhite per lb 12vc COFFEES per -30c(iroiind ..25S.2S 33C TEAS ..50s 1.2o;.Japan - $1.25j(iunpowder. Y. Ilvson.. . social. oo .$1.00(?1.40 i penal.... Oolong MEATS. Dressed Hoirs.. Pork, per till... Beef per lb.... Mutton per lb., Veal Corn Beef ... $5.Kti.llO 12.0(1 G12c 7l'.?c 7Sl2r. SC. FOWLS. .5aAc,iiicks per lb ......... 6c . l'K'itieese per lb Cc locJDrcsaed Ducks perlb. 12c . 1 4c j Dressed Geese per lb. 6c Chickens per lb... '1 urkeys er lb.... Dreswnl Chickens Dressed Turkeys.. SMOKED MEATS. ,.Vi14( jltacoi 9mDriedBeef Hams per ft., 10c 17c Shoulders.... LUMBER. $ls Cottonwood ... ' 25Pine, clear $14 ,.45.5ft ..10(n2n ...$3.00 White Ash Poplar. Black Walnut.. ,.30rf4.' Pun', common , SH INGLES.. .$4.0Ui5.2S LATH.... TOLEDO MARKET. TOLEDO, O., Oct. 29, 1873. WHEAT, No. 1, red $1.39 CORN, tulure delivery 42 OA.TS 3Cc CLEVELAND MARKETS. CLEVELAND, Oct. 29, 1873. WHEAT No. 1 Red, $1.44. CORN 50c. OATS lie NEW YORK MARKETS. NEW YORK MARKETS. NEW YORK, Oct. 29, 1873. WHEAT Red Western, $1.60 CORN Boc. OATS 51c LIVE STOCK MARKET. BUFFALO, Oct. 29, 1873. SHEEP-$4.7&5.t BEEF 5.u5ti.UU HOUS MS F. L. ' THE ONLY 6 A, This is no humbug sale, every article will actu ally be offered at COST- Call and be convinced, n Q These Rare Bargains will be offered until the 1st of January, 1874, at which time thg partner- JL . U. ship of WM. A. RICE & BROS., expires. c3 -:o:- y .ODCIDCID AT COST AND LESS THAN y'obiEi'iDiia: COST! C. M. DILLON. M Dillon 1 Invite attention to their and splendid Cooking & Heating Stoves, Coal & Wood Stoves, Eanges & Furnaces, AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE. We offer as the Best and most beautiful Coal The Argand Base Burner, The only Stove made rith the Base-IIcating Flue, and the Patent Clink erlcss Grate, and the Illuminated Ash Pit It keeps a continuous fire. The Mansard Base Heater, la unique in design, with the advantage of U9ing it for Baking and Heat ing Water. A good stove to live by ia cold weather. The Kadiant Shield & Oriental, Are handsome Stoves and Cheap. We have a most complete line of Cast and Sheet Iron Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves, and Base Bnrning Wood Stoves. Our Castings arc from Troy and Albany, and we shall use the very best Russia Iron in setting them up. Will be found to excel in style, beauty and finish, and are uneqaled as wood savers. Our leading Stove is the FAMOUS ILLUMINATED MANSARD COOK, Wuich is tinfiirpassed for Broiling, Bakin anil Ileatini Water. Every person that likes good Broiled Beefsteak for breakfast ought lo buy a Maiisanl look. THE NEW AMERICAN FOR Has bees woderfnllr improved and has an illuminated front, and the market. THE STEWART FOR 18 ?3 Will meet the wants of all who cling to name and prefer the shadow rather than the substance. .IRON-CLAD LOW COPPER RESERVOIR STOVES. - i A full line. These Stoves are much more convenient than the Stoves with high reservoirs. Every Stove is fitted np in the beat maimer, and they re so cheap that no one need be without hot water attachments to their stores. THE WESTERN FARMER, Is a most attractive, low-priced Htove, with ft verj Ure, commodiona oven. It ia fitttd op with im proved hundles. Ail who want a Store witii a lare oven will find the Western Farmer the neatest and Diceet Stove that ha been ottered in Fremont. Dont be afraid to call and look at it. Elevated Ovens and Square Cook Stoves Of different sizes, prices and quality. All our Stoves are Trimmed with the very best Tin and HoUow Ware. The Greateot Novelty Out, THE HANSARD PARLOR COOK. Man never conceived, nor woman either, prior to 1S71, the rare qnalitles that are combined in tni3 neat little Stove. It i large enoujh to do a wushini on, so handsome that it is tit to adorn any parlor, and ia adapted for Baking, Broiling and Heating. It ii jnet the Stove for all who desire to economize. The Richmond IPalsicc Itsuigc, Uequires only to be seen to be appreciated. We fnrn sh this with Single or Double Ovens, with or without Cast Iron Water Backtf. We are the Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated ISoyiiton's Furnaces, FOR COAL 03FL "WOO 3D, and eith KU RORT ABLE OR They are the only Furnare that has been in use- lone; neeii irieu mm universal bjiiii A large Stock of Builders' Hardware, Carpenters' Tools, Farming Implements, House Famishing Goods, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Copper and Tin Ware, HoUow Ware, Wooden Ware Rope, &c. We are Prepared to t!o Roofing A Word to Our Tiiends Wlio Think "We Advertise Too Much. l- ihi..nwnirtnimd hesnatained nnlcpa fcent before the Dnhlic. Business men i are obliged to advertise .Tint the method of doin" it differs. Some one noriety a an dvert,Blng ".J the adopt the imbibing method and prodnce wonderon result by warming leverages, """ . nrft.M fences and defaces the lienufy of :natnral scenery witii hia signs. One my b,,ildAV' ,,ore everv pro- piety, or mate present every llraean accouni ia pain, ciwiiniirrBiw'n uumv. kiunc uk vi w.... '-...M in toother nrancn. increasing bnaiueae. Visiting fain. Mowing hard and WiMitoui cwm wpsnsive. Keeping high toned clerks, soft iir manner and soft in brain. i one way of ... ' ,h We condemn nmw of the above method., and are willing th.it .very cue shall do ithHl ''n!"" rikjht in their own Dlind. Kor onr psrt we prefer the W.ieauest and most buaiueia, lite y of lUsire their trade. Fremont, OMo. ROBERT LUCAS Go. unusually large stock! assortment of Stoves, is the finest moirnted Cook Stove in BRICK SET. enough toattain a national repntatii They hare iii'ii in r;vmuiit hji mcr iiijmoi and Eaves Trough on Short Notice. or aign every sin f contracts and printer's ink, and exjK-r tei i letr - i.g the people know that e hae the goods jud n r t tt t IW p. nt U. J3L VLLtXAJl w. Tali Cut Muitrata ths manner of U sin j ) t5R. PIEBCE'3 f Fountain Nasal Injector DOUCHE. This mstniKien. is especially designed for tW perfect application of w DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY It la tho only form of instrument yet Invented Vrith which fluid medicine can foe carried kivk up and perfectly applied to all parts of the aiiected nasal paeaP, and the chambers or cavities com municating therewith, in which sores and ulcers frequently exist, and from which tbe catarrhal discharge generally proceeds. The wnnt of sac cess in treating catarrh heretofore has ariaea; largely from the impossibility of applying reme dies to these cavities and cnambers by any of the ordinary methods. This obstacle in the way of effecting cures is entirely overcome by tha invention of the Douch. In using this initra ment, the Fluid is carried by Its own weight (no $nu$r?. forcing or BumtMrttr being required.) up one nostril in u U ft full gently nowmz stream to toe ntgnest portion of the nasal passagee, passes oi t hlv I into ana taoroagniy cleanses an toe tnoea ana chambers connected therewith, and flows out of ths onnnaito nmtril Its USO is Dlfeasant and so simple that a child carl nnderstand it. Fmil ana explicit directions accompany cacn instru ment. When used with this instrument. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy euros recent attacks or 1 oltf in Uie Head by a few applications. ' Symptoms of CatarrH. Frequent head ache, discharge falling into throat, sometimes profuse, waterv, thick mucus, purulent, often sive, &o. In others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or inflamed eyes, stopping up or obstruction of nasal passages, ringing in ears, deafness, hawking aud coughing to clear throat, ulcerations, scabs from ulcers, voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, impaired or total deprivation of sense of smell and taate, dizziness, mental depression, loss of appetite, indigestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling couch, Only a few of these symptoms are likely to be present in any case at one time. lr. Hof ea Catarrh "Remedy, when used with Dr. Puree's Nasal liooche, aad accom panied with the constitutional treatment which is recommended in the pamphlet that wraps each hot tie of the Remedy, is a perfect syeiiflo for thia loathsome difease, and the proprietor offers, in good faith, $3QO reword for a case he can not cure. Tha itemedy is mild and pleasant to use, containing no strong or canstia drus or poisons. The Catarrh Remedy is gold at 50 cents, Louche at 90 cents, by U lrngita, or oither will be mailed by proprietor on receipt of t0oenta - H V. FIERCE, M. D., A Sole Proprietor. MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. T KUE you have s aalve combining noothin; anil Xl healiug properties, with no daniprona ingTed tcnt. A remedy at hand for the many paina ami aches, wounds and bruises to which nVh ia heir. Ia more easily applied thin many other remedies, never producing a bad effect, but always relieving pain, however severe. It is prepared by iliss Smnjer, who has used it In her own eitensivc treatment of the sick, for nearly twenty yenrs, with great success. The principal diencft for which this salve I rec ommended are. Chilblaini. Rhcimmtixm, Pile, Scrofula, Oid Ulcers, Salt Rhewu. Sp ruins. Bum, Fever Sores, Fftona, Pimpltg, Eryijlu, Sora Ems, Barber's JU-h. Deajnens, o7-, liing-Konni, C'jrus, Bites of Jntects, Caneera, Toc.ihfich?, Enr. ache. Sore Sipptes, Baldness, Sicollfn Breasts, Itch, Scald Irad, Teethiii'j, Chupptd Hands, SailJs, C'f, Bruises, Croup, CrxuJctd Lips, and Sorts on Children It never fails to cure r.licnm.-.t:'rn If properly applied. Hub Hon well with the baud three times n day. In several coses It haa cured palsied limbs. For Piles it has been discovered to be a sure rem cdy. Persona that have been afflicted for years havo been rulieved by a few application. For Ery sipelas it works wonders, aiiayini? the inflammation and quieting Uie patient. For t wppetl JIands it produces a cure immediately. Iel those with Snls Rluum obtain tnis Balve, mid a;ply it freely, an.l they will find it invaluable. It is stood i:i cues of Scrofula "nd Tumors. Cancers have beon cured with it. The best Halve ever iuveuud for S'coilen Breast and Sore KippTs. So way Injurious, but sure to afford relief. Sore or IVxti E'jts Hub it on the lids gently, oneo or twice a day. Cures deaf. ne?s by pulling in the earn on a piece of cotton. For Felons this is superior to anything known. For Pitnples this acts like a charm. For Burn and Scalds, apjily the Salve at once and it eivea Immediate relief. For QUI Sores, apply once a dav. Not among the least of the invaluable proprt it a of Miss Sawyer's Salve are its benehVial e-tleeu on the hair. Uubbed on the scalp, ia live or e.x dirTcrtnt parts, it promotes the j;rowth of the hau , prevents it turning gray, and on buKI pots it pn duces a now growth of hair. 2-fo lady HOould be without this invaluable article ns an ir.di?pe:&:ahia cosmetic for the toilet. It eradicates dandruir and disease from the head, and biotdiea and piiupka from the face. f&ALVg) From Mrs. ELIZABETH C00Z12S, "ms-xUt. Brunswick, Aprir 4, ir67. Miss Bawteb: I received yourlet'er hit even Ine. and was very glad you cunclulcd to let mo take your Salve. I think I can do well with it. and It will be quite an accommodation to my i. Urban.!, as he cannot get alona vUhout it. 11 u has tried cvervtbing else and h.is never found anything that healed his leg aa that Salve of yours. Old we havo both found it to bo all. and ten more, than yn recommend it to be. We have had it in the lainily five or sil veara, and have used it for everything, and can truly say 'Ce hace nrrtf fm:nd its rmial. 1 nse it for a weak back, and It acts like a cliarip. Mr. Coombs has had a Fcner Sore -of htsu j j'f thirty years, and would be cri.'fle -o-d"!t J he li,I . fnul a remedii in your toi. It keep it healed, and lakes out tbe inflammation, p i ..nii;n -,.1 .!m fi.r bim ail that nt roud e can ask. I can recommend it for a ,'iood many things that you have not, for I ue it for everything. I consider it invaluable in a family. If yon can pnt this testimony together, and it can be of any ser vice are welcome. to you, you ' Voura, Sc., ELIZABETH COOilBd. TO THE AFFLICTED. If ynnr Druggist is out of the Palve, and nefflerts lo keep supplied, send sixty cents as directed be low, aud receive a box by rtuu BiaU. Put np in Ijirgo Boxes at 50 CCtlt3 each fne irlv three limes as large as the box represented above), l'reparcd by MISS :. HAWY Kit, and put up by I,. M. ROBB1NS, Wholesale and Retail Brug-gidt, Rockland, ile. A Trial Box sent free bv mail on receipt of sixty cents, by L. M. UOBBLN'3, iiockland. Me. THI3 VALUABLE SALVK T3 SOLD Bx" tji. DEAUiiU LS" ilEDICLXEd. For Sale byJC. R. JIcCTJLLOCII, Frernt pt. A DESIRABLE FARM a 1 now otter my vslley wnn mr H,e, 4 A ' about aw acres oi the . mi (ii . s ' luskv Connie, snoni " " ' Si I J IButtora Laud, w nen ,l inrnieu fbri "is Sllto l. bu-hels of corn per gWr ...- in eood seaw.li". M arr.i. t.I R.ver.on which i. . ni, e new hoe. b.liit this Sea, a gno! ell n, er, 7e taring orchard of P trees. Tn fart is one o! the most desirable and money makiii" farms in the county, only twn miles tn.ni the I ';! nf Fremont, on a fine wairon Iioad. I oivr this farm at the extremely low price of f-5 doilars per acre. $1,111 down, balance in eqnal annual pay ments, with interest at pereeut, annually. 4S!( 1. fc. A.1MIM, ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is herehv riven th3t a petition will be presented to the l onimissioii'Tf of Sandusky Comity at their next seseiou tn he held on :ne tirt Monday Id December, A. t. 1--. pracii-3 lor 'iie establishment of sC'nnnty Road aie.ii- tiwdewriiicd route in said county, to wit: Ileeiniiiiis at the corniT of sectors . 3", ? 51 in Madison Township, thence t..li.. tion line south to the .1,iartcr,wt and in Scott Township and lliere l, .emirate. Princiil pelitionens N- f, V'E, y- Freuiout, Sandusky Co, O., Oct. &, lrs. 44-4?