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Ml Mmitx gjmmq, . c-cff a'rnm. romer Front and tf:M-ri..n Si . Vr TWftls old stand. , . ne w rAIt STORE Corner Front and Garhuu St., Mrs. Deals old stand, rM ew. - wherv you c i emu Very Latest Styles at Very Reasonable Prices! - - - . . . . . . . . . , -.i . o. ' ' Mtf D a Mil n a We are now opening and offer ixi to the public Dress Goods, -'Woolens, Alpacas, Pure .Mohairs, Shawls, Prints, Bleached and Brown Muslins, Wliite Goods, Hosiery, Notions, Billions, Trimmings, &c, &e. ELeepoxi hand a large and well selected stock of Carpets and il Cloths. Also Groceries and Crockery, &c Please call and examine CASHPAID for Wheat, Corn Oats, Seeds and all kinds of Produce. VRVMfWT Ksnt 24th. 1873. Ml HAVE FOR SALE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Marked down to meet the hard time. their advantage to call -:o: STOVES AND TIN WARE OF ALL KINDS t 5 I ' 5 EH : p7 - - 1 3 -w pi Ti g a The best, most healthy, economical, durable and efficient HOUSE WABHIM6 AMHAT 0& IS THE PATENTED WROUGHT IRON, AIR-TIGHT FURNACE With Wrought-Iron Radiator, Manufactured only by 2313 JNJ"OI-DO c3 SON, PHIIADELPHIA, PA. For Burning Hard or Soft They are Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. FOR SALE BY THOMPSON & CO., NO. 11 FKONT PamptJeta giving fall description sent iree to any address. WHY IS MORE DESIRABLE -:o flBSV Tbn n Four aluble Patmted iMpimetHtntt in the ARION PI AN'O, which SIMPLIFY Its construction, tod IMPROVE Uie TONE IECORV hnpmtmtnf art Sfcialtlrt; specialties which no other mi Iter fan ue (BEING PATFNTED.) THIKD Aricn UatPirtct n Initruir.nU In strsctioii AS CAV BE RAPE. ttCKTO-nw TtutrummtU Aaw Greater Volume of Inn-combined with perfect EVENE8S throughout ths scale, and a length and parity Bqoar Piano. FIFTH TIU Ario Remaiiu i Tone Ungtr Oan erW Pian in the World aa haa been fully demon traud dnee iu Irat introductlM to the Moaleal Public in 18. tIXTH-411 rar iMrumntt an TW Octava, and they are the larget Square Planoa mannfaetnred W ut tha SAME ftCALITT of raatemla, and pay the aame price for worlunanahip,' for our plain Pianoa aa we do for the hlgher-pilced onea. K VKXTU-A ftJwuj tk,drim tcnn ttfetturt wwrethan any other Pioo made (owing toiu nacaUar eonatrncOon), we wlU aail to reaponsible partiea M lower Hgurea than the SAME CEADE of Piano can be purchased for else whare. ARION PIANO FORTE COMPANY, room m a m Sor Jaturers of the Arion Piano. LEPPELMAN & GREENE Agents, Fremont, Ofiio. OF . BCT YOUK purchase the VNFiS A- H JONES &o CO. a full stock oil our stock before buying 39-47 All furnishing house will find it to before buying elsewhere, Coal, Coke or Wood. STREET, FREMONT, OHIO, EHHASQNS THE THAN ANY OTHER! and DURABILITY of the Instrument. workmanship and quality of materials Id Its con of vibration that ranuot be f onnd in any other prices THE LARGEST ClothingHouse IN THE WEST! Dryfoos tc Bro. Have the Finest Stock of , CLOTHS akd;i READY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OPENED WEST OF NEW YORK IN THE IilEHCH AITT T HO R I M C DEPARTMENT! They have employed Fashionable Cutters! AND A CORPS OF ? EFFICIENT WORKMEN ! priceb low; Call and See Us! DRYFOOS & BRO.. Corner Front and Croghan Streets -FKRMONT, OHIO. ELEGANT t3 OF NEW FALL GOODS . ; -.-.--"'---'- : . '. - - il Have been RECEIVED - at N. BARENDT & CO.'S ' Ikki Mill EMPORIUM, Front Street, Fremont, O Mm is ths hk It bavins coma to ny notice that come dealer art oflerinf for aaie inferior trades ot Snoea, repreaentiug them to be of my manufacture, purchaaera pleaae notice that hereafter all Shoei of my make, will have my name stamped on the liulng, also a fac-slnille of medal received at the PAR IB eipoaitton 1867, and the trade mark on. the sole of each Shoe. PARIS, i87. SILVER MCDiL AWARDED. EDWIN C. BURT. I HAVE GIVEN TO S.P. r.lEFJC, Corner Trent and Croghan Streets, FREMONT, OHIO, The exrluaire aale of my gnoda in SANDUSKY COUNTY. ED Win C. BURT- W ait nowdatly receiving large invoices of all the leading Spring Styles in BOOTS & SHOES which will be sold at lha lowest possible prices. VTersspecUullyask an Inspection of stock and H. P, HI ESC. Fremont, Ohio, March fl, U7t. mm?. in ly of no -ponge, the THE JOURNAL. DO IT. If you have gol a aword to draw it; If you've any pluck to ehovr ahon it; Opportunity are made Hunt the sunshine, not the shade; . If you've anj- pluck to show show it. If you've only wood to saw saw it; -If you've but a plow to hold hold It; Brawny sinews herald health. Deep-plowed furrows lead to wealth If you've but a plew to hold hold it. Have yon cheering words to speak? speak them. That tbe sorrowing poor may help help them; All are brothers here below; Tis a world of sin and woe; Stretch the hand the poor to help help thein. Have you a wife to love love her; If you've any borne to keep keep it; Eoving hearts come back with pain, Youth once gone comes not agaiu If you've any home to keep keep it. Were you born to be a man he one; Idleness is twin to crime shun it; He who strives the goal can win, Laggards drown in waves of sin; Idleness is twin to crime shun it. CAREER OF THE VIRGINIUS. CAREER OF THE VIRGINIUS. Her Historical Record-Incidents in Her Active Experience. Very few persons are yet acquaint ed with the history of the ill-fated steamship Virginius. She is well known, however, to the frequenters of yacht races, and has for many years token part in all the promi nent races in this vicinity She was formerly known as the Edgar Stuart. lue vessel was built in tbe year 1809, at Guilford, Conn., for JUr. Or son Blunt, a prominent member of the Urooklyn laeht Glub, who re sides near Sing Sing. She was built as a screw schooner, and belonged to the port of New York. Iler ton nage was at that time 242 tons. She is built of oak and chestnut, with iron and copper fastenings, single bottomed, and had two vertical beams, with one boiler, and is known as a foretopsail schooner yacht, She was painted white, and, as before stated, was to be seen at most of the yacht races, her owner, Captain Blunt, using he .for pleasure pur poses alone. The Edgar Stuart was purchased some two years ago from fr. Blunt by Mr. Patterson, of New Jersey, the writer wis informed on good authority, as the agent of those interested in the Cuban- rebellion. After the purchase was made she was sent to Newburgh, where she un derwent alteration at a cost of not less than 1100,000. She then return ed to this city and cleared tbe port under the name of the Virginius. Mr. Patterson is said to have acted as middle man in the transaction, as he is a man of moderate means ony, and he would have no particular use for such a vessel. He was form erly engaged as purser on one of the California line of steamships, after wards engaged with Mr. George Law, and more recently with Marshall O. Roberts fc Co. At present time he is a general shipping agent, having an office near Warren street. On ap plying there for information yester day Mr. Patterson could not be seen, and he has been at his office very lit tle during the past few days. At the time of the departure of the Virginius from New York she was under the command of Captain Wil liams, who afterwards resigned, and his place was filled by Captain Jo seph Fry, who was in charge of the vessel at the time of her capture- Fried Potatoes. The name Fried Potatoes of course means potatoes that are fried, but how different the article in dif ferent places. The elements, so' to speak, potatoes and lard, are the same everywhere, but in one case we get a fat-soaken slice and in another a real delicacy.- Certain hotels and restaurants make & speciality of fri ed potatoes, and every one has heard of Moon s Saratoga potatoes that are eaten as a luxury as one would eat pop-corn or bon-bons. The Sar atoga and other fried potatoes are apparently without grense, with crisp surface, a mealy interior, and altogether delicious. "Why can we have such?" asks Paterfamilias when he returns from the city or a watering , place. The good wife might answer that he might have lust such, if lie would go to the trouble and expense. The first essential is to have the potatoes all sliced of an even thick ness. This in large establishments is accomplished by means of an ap paratus in which a board has a knife fastened in it, after the manner of a sourkrout cutter or a dried beef slicer, the edge of the knife placed far enough above the level of tbe board to give the required thickness The peeled potatoes are put in frame which slides back and forth over the knife, and this has a follow er to keep the potatoes in place. By means of this a large quantity can be sliced, and with the greatest uni formity. The next requisite is kettle wiUi an abundance of very hot lard, and tbe next a wire cage. 1 lie sliced potatoes are placed in the cage, plumped into the lard, and at the proper instant, which can only be learned by experience, they by means of the cage are all withdrawn at once. A few shakes free them from all adhering fat, and if the op eration is properly done the pota toes may be served on a napkin with out greasing it. All these are neces eary in order to have fried potatoes to perfection. We have had satisfactory results from carefully slicing the potatoes with a knife and letting them fall in to ice-water: taking out a handful at a time, putting them into a tow el, and giving them a few jerks to dry them, and then popping them in to fat, from which as soon as done they were removed by a large skim mer. inen anotner portion was uone. J. no use ot ice-water tends greatly to preserve the criepness The restaurant of Madame Mouquin JNew lorK city is a great resort for artists, and the Madame is cele brated for her fried potatoes, which, probably in deference to the artistic taste of her visitors, she serves in an elegantly crimped form. Of course great excellence in this as in many other method is done upon a large scale. Dut Dy talcing proper pains tue home maue article can be grate- improved. American Agricultu ist. Coleridge says there are four kinds readers:' the hour glass whose eading m'ns in and out and leaves trace of gain ; the second, like the takes everything; the third retains only refuse that some would throw away; but the the fourth, like the miner among gems, keeps the pure and casts aside the slippings. Since June 30, 1873, the whole ex tent of additional railroad service as been two thousand four hundred and sixteen miles. Of this extent Western States have had the lar ger proportion, the New England and Middle States having had very little. tire the 2 Great Furniture Sale. $215,000 FURNITURE AT COST! We mean busi ness Onr house has been doing a Fnrnitnre bus iness on Water st. for the past 39 years. We are now about to remove to our store on ICucliti ave., and before so doing we have determin ed to close out our present stock. COME fJOW If you want Bargains! HART & MALONE, 103, 105 & 107 WATER ST. CLEVELAND. O. J5EAZJJS .VEGETABLE SICILIJO HAIR Every year increases the populari ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ; which is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the only reliable and perfect ed preparation for restoring Ghat or Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It remos all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop erties, prevents the hair from tailing out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. : It is the most eco nomical Haib Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes, M.D., State Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents ae pure, and care fully selected tor excellent quality ; and L consider it the cest Jtkepa- ratiok for its intended purposes." Sold by all DruggitU, and Dealers in Medicine, Prioe One Dolliir. Buckingham's De. FOR THE WHISKERS. As our Kenewer m many cases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation ; which will (inicklv and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color whicli will neither rub nor wash of Sold by all Druggists. Price i my Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N.H. Ayer's Sarsaparilla My soft! as one ot the most effectual reme dies ever discov ered for cleans ing the system and purifying the blood. It has 'Jit iT vears. with a con- jpne ; - J ' stantly prowine reputation, based on its intrinsic virtues, ami, sustained by its remarkable cures. So mild as to be safe and beneficial to children, and yet so seaithing as to effectually purge out the great corrup tions of the blood, such as the scrof ulous and syphi-Li? contamination. Impurities or diseases that have lurked in the system for years soon yield to this powerful antidote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful cures, many of which are publicly known, of Scrofula, ' and all scrofulous ' diseases, Ulcers, Eruptions and ernptivo disorders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St. Anthony's Fire, Itose or Ery sipelas, Tetter, Salt ltheuni, Scald Head, King-worni, and in ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus, Stomach, and Liver. It also cures other complaints, to which it would not seem especially adapted, such as Drop sy, Dyspepsia, Pits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease, Female Weak ness, Debility, and jLeucorrhoea, when they are manifestations of the scrofulous poisons. It is an excellent restorer of health and strength in the Spring. By renew ing the appetite and vigor of the diges tive organs, it dissipates the depression and listless languor of the season. Even where no disorder appears, people leel lietter, and live longer, for cleansing the blood. The system moves on with renewed vigor and a new lease of life. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYR L CO., Lowell, Mass!, Practical amd Analytical ChemUt: BOLD P.T ALL URL' GOUTS EVURTWIIEKB. SHOLAHDER'S Tig Great DimeficCeieM' Is a sure, quick remedy ior ui aisea?es ot tna Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary Organs, existing either in male or female. As, Irrita tion, Inflammation, or Ulceration of the Kidney and Bladder, Gravel, Stone, in Bladder, Reddish or Brick dust Sediment ia Urine, Thick, Clondr. or Konr (Trine, Painfnl Urinating, Bedwetting, Mucous and Involuntary Discharges, Morbid Irritation of Bladder and Ure thra, Chronic Catarrh of Bladder, Sup pression, Retention, or Incontinence of Urine. Diabetes, Dropsy, Organic Weak ness, Female Complaints, and ail Chronic Maladies of the Urinary and Sexual Organs, TnouMuids can attest to its wonderful cura- properties in these diseases. ;s. with its gloomy. For Nervous Debilit - nervous Debility. attendants. Dizziness, Loss of Memory, Low Spirit, tec, it is a sovereign remedy, SMOLAN DER'8 BUCHU buovs un enervated system, Imparting new life and vigorous action, the whole system becoming strengthened and invigorated. rars and asi for BUCHU, Innrt upon hamng it, and tat na other. PRICE tl.OO. 6IX BOTTLES, $3.00. - IO0SE f M Bold fcy all Dealen In Jfcdloka. WANTED! THE. CITIZENS OF SANDUSKY COUNTY TO KNOW THIS FACT, That we have the only regular WIDE-TRACK HARDWARE STORE -IN FREMONT, And that we have lately received direct from 11W ANT) THE " EASTERN FACTORIES, A TREMENDOUS STOCK " OP HARDWARE! n,-!.,. in In t1 ttC rlptil W ffflt OUT BOO$ hM.rh a nK-THiTtD TUE SUMMER RATES OF yRElGHT. We are therefore inclined to oar goode at VERY LOW PRICES. We would ear to all our old and new friends. COME AND SEE US SURE! If yon want to save money in buying all kinda of We have a line atock.of WHEELING AND- STEUBEBVILLE NAILS, J. H. Morley & Co.'s Pure White Lead, OILS, GI,ASS, c- fv srppT Y yot wrrn Shnvola. llnm. Forks. Foetoria Flowa, and Jv rapera )l'K KIND which are superior to ill other"; Hand Cider Wins, Feed Cutters. Corn abett ers, c, Ac, &c We shall be Headiinai a ior AXES AND CROSS-CUT SAWS this season, ns usual. f WE HAVE LARCE STOCK OF HORSE BLANKETS, BLACKSMITHS & SADDLERS Will and a full stock of TOOBS and MATERIAL kll men Ut DR. A. TRASK'S MiGRfllC OIDT FOR TUB CURE OP I1TFLAI4LIAT02Y DISEASES. Dr. Trask waa engaged for tvrentv years in a course of experiments upon the medical prop erties and power of vegetables, separate and combined. At the age of wjvenir yeai-fl he nc- ceeded in presenting to the world, an the result of his experiments, a combination of Vegetable extracts, tue power or Tvnitn in removing ais eases ia nnequaied in the annals of Medicine. Ml discovery conalnCK in a combina. tion of thee powerful Vevetnble Extracts with Klectricitr or Magnetism iu the form of an Oint ment. Certain, It In, that the remarkable and unprecedented success which has attended iu application In tbe cure of diseases, stamps it at once aa the freateet discovery of the ae, and calls for a trial aud close Investigation or ita properties. It trever foils, whito there remains suf ficient life to teatoro a natural and health; ac tion to the capillary vessels of tbe body, and equalize the circulation of the biocd. By this means a controlling power Is gained over the most malignant forms of disease, which cannot be obtained from any other remedy. Sacla is tUe power of tbls combina tion, that it penetrates to every portion ol the human frame; every bone and muscle, vein, nerve and ligament ia searched out and made sensible of ita pnrtfyin" and healing influence. Hence it copea as readily with Internal as ex ternal disease. Numerous Instances are on record where this remedy has restored health to pa tients so near the gravp that the most powerful internal remedies failed to produce any effect. Buch has n-eqnently been the caso iu JnBamma tion of the Bowels. No patient erer need die with this disease where the Magnetic Oiutmetit can be ou tlined. For Inflammatory Rheumatism this Ointment is the most complete reined ever prepared. For Diphtheria or Putrid Sore Throat it i unrivaled. Iu ninety-nine rases ont of a hundred, it will afford entire relief to the worst casenof Nervous Headache in thlrtv minutes. For Nervous Diseases this medicine la of immense value. Affection) of ths Spine, Rheumatism, Lameness, I'lcerated Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Croup, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Ague in the Face or Breast, Barns, Scald Head, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Inilamed Eyes, Fever Sores, Sores, etc., will be immediately relieved by the use of Dr. Trash's M:i?m-ric lint nv-nt. D. IUxsom. Son & Co.. I'nwrV Kuf-ii-. v v mm IS FIHEAET, mia ftCPEBIOB 6TRKXT, CLHTCLJJtD, O. J. B. McCONNELL, M.D., Surgeon. To whom lit ton win) ring iofn-mitioo my fee iddreiscil. iM VKhiflia wut hj mail wo rcipt af prlct. m THE GREAT ALTERATIVE AND BLOOD PURIFIER. It 13 not a quack nostrum. The ingredients are pnbli&hed on each bottle of medicine. It ia used and recommended by Physicians wherever it has been introduced. It mill positively curs 'v SCROFULA ond liniirtd disease RBEUXi. TISM, WUITKWELLIX(i, GOUT. GOITRE, BROSCHlTlS,SER VOUH DKML1TY, IXCIPI EXT COS. BVMPTIOX mi all diseases ariaing from an impure condition of the Blood. Send for our Bosadalh Al Mamac, in which you will nud certifi cates from reliable aud trust-worthy Physicians, Ministers of the ftospei. I Dr. ft. Wilton Carr.of Baltl- 3 TnriTO aava ha lion itafd it in Muum nt Scrofula and other diseases with much satisfaction. - J Ir. T.C. Punh, of Baltimore, I J recommends it to all persons euff er I ingwith diseased Blood, saying it is I superior to any prepaiauon he naa ever used. n Rev. DatraeyBall, of theBal- ! timore M. E. Conference South, saya t he has been ao much benefitted by its use, thQt he cheerfully recom- I aienda it to all bis friends and au- I quaintancea. sr Craven 4s Co., Drnjsflste, at ""i GordonaviDe, Vs., say it never bjts r- failed to give satisfaction. I Banaei li. iricayaadea, aiur Ev frees bo ro', Tennessee, says it cured rcsT N him of Khenmatltm when all elsa failed. TUB fcOBADAXja IS COSSECTIOM WITH OUB, will curs Chm and Fever, liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, etc. We gusrantes kosadilis superior iu another Blood Purifiers. Send for Descriptive Circular or Shnanao, Address, CLEHENT8 k CO., 6 8. Commerce St., Baltimart, Mi. Rawembar to ask yonr Pragglit tor Eos tPil.ra, toe CASH GROCERY and STOKE. H. UNDERHILL tlavinj determined on doing an exclusively READY-PAY BUSINESS. Has filled his establishment with CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES! 'hich ha is seliinfc at bottom prices. He inrltea 1 housekeepers to try thein, if they would tact money. He make a apecialty uf FRUITS & PROVISIONS. and always baa the best of the Tht Highest 1'riceor Good Butter, ad invitea farmers ho have a good article to eivs 1. i in a i- u 11 1.J . i. . I . ' . .. i nun, Triouiug w purcnMe GOOD, FRESH, SWEET BCTTEB, will '; a. iiiB Biore. in rurx ne Kaeps ythlDg in the proviaion and Grocery Trade, of best, telUat the lowest prices, and delivers r1 itnv U'hpm In th fliw Vu a"ll b&a ( i Imaira tlwtA tt - a t 1 . . m -j a. . . ever the goodi H. UNDEBHILL. Vlnejfar Bitters are not a vile Funcr Drinlt, mtxle ot Poor Rnm, Whisliey, Pr.xif Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, apicel, and aweetencd to pu-ase the taste, f.'-'.vi Tonics, ' "Appetizers," "Hestorers.-' ir that lead the tippler on to dnmkeunee and ruin, but are a true Melif-ine, made from the native roots and herbs of California, Ire from all Alcoholic Stimulants.' They are the Great Blood Purifier and a 1 ife-frivinj Principle, a Perfect ReBorator and Invijrorator of the Sys tem, carrying olT all poisonona matter aiid restoring ihe blood to a healthy condition, en riching It, refreshing and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy of administra tion, prompt in their" Qft ion, certain in their results, aaie and reliable In all forms of disease. Ko Person ran take these Bitters ac cording to directions, and reniaiu longun well, provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repair. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coupha, Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of theStora ach.Bad Taste in tbe Month.BillousAttacta, Pal pitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs. Pain in the regions of the Kidneys,and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints It has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee of ita merits than a lengthy advertisement. Far Female Complaints, in young or old, married or smzle, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a marked improve ment is soon perceptible. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheumatism aud Gout, Dyspepsia or Indi gestion, Bilious, Remittent and intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood. Iiver.Kidncvs anil Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful. Such Diseases arc caused hyVitiatll51ooil,whi h is generally produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs. They are a tientle Purgative as wsll as a Tanlc, possessing also the peculiur merit of acting as a powerful agent in relieving Con gestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Vis ceral Organs and in Bilious Diseases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules. Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head. Sore Eyes Erysipelas, Itch, ScurlS, liiscoloratiocs of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time by the nse of these Hitters, One bottle in each cases will convince the most incredulous of their cur ative effects. Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin In Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It when you find it obstructed and sluggish In the veins : cleanse it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell von when. Keep the blood pure, aud the health of the system will follow. Grateful Thousands proclaim YlKEOiR Bitters the most wonderful lnvigorant that ever sustained the sinking system. Fin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking In the system of so many thousands, are effec tually deistroved and removed. Says a distin guished physiologist : There is scarcely an indi vidual on the face of the cart h whose body is ex empt from the presence of worms. It is not up on tbe healthy elements of the body that worms exist, but npon thu diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed these living monsters of disease. No system of met) ieiue, no vermuugea, do anihelmiuitics, will free the system from worms like these Bitters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons enraged In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they ad vance in life, are aubject to paralysis or the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose ol Walker's Vineoar Bitters twice a week. Bilious, Remittent, and Intermit tent Fever., which are so prevalent In the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi. Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, pearl. AlAbama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and mauy others, with their vast tribu taries, throughout onr entire country during the Summer and Aotumn, and remarkably ao during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by extensive derange ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga tive, exerting a powerful infiuence upon ttiess rations organs, Is essentially necessary. There Is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Ia, J. Walier's Vinsgaji Bitters, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the aams time stimulating the secretions of tbo liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions of lua digestive organs. Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell logs, Clcera, Erysipelas, Swelled neck, Goitre, Sciofalons Inflammations, Indolent Inflamma tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. In these as in all other constitutional Diseases, Wa lx e a ' a Vikeoab Bitters have shown thrlr great cura tive powers In the moat obstinate and Intract able cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters set on all these rases in a simi:ar manner. By purifying the Blood they remove the csnse, and by resolving away the effects ot tbe Inflammation (the tuorcoiar deposits) ths affected parts receive health, and a pennauent cure is effected. The properties of Dr. Walier's VIKEOAB Bittkrs are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin ative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Seda tive, Counter-irritant, tiudoriflc, Alterative, and Anti-Blilons. The Aperient and mild Laxative proper ties of Da. Walxek's Vinbuab Bitters are the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, aud soothing properties protect tbe humors of the fauces.' Their Sedative properties allay pain la the nervons system, stomach, anil bowels, either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, eta. Fortify7 the bod y against disease by purifying all its nulds wnn Vinfuab Bjttkks. No epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed. Directions Tate or the Bitters on going to bed at night from a h.ilf to one and one-hnif wine-gl-issfiill. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roa beer, and vegetables, and lake out-door exercise. They are composed of purely vegetable ingre dients, and contain no spirit. r. ii. McDonald t ro.. Druggists and Gen, Acts., San Vraucim-O, Cat, i cor. of Washington and Charlton Sea.. N.Y. ttOLD BY ALL DKIGGISTS it DbAXLlld. C. E. HUTCHINSON, IX Saprl.r SI. , C Indus, O. Newspaper Advertising Agsnt AHO MALCHtK JOHNSON'S PRINTING INKS . BrBM ul IMatciV t nrabfciaf 6oU fnuoi-gjlj, A. XsUMlWarrr' rrie. CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY ! CLYDE, OHIO. Th3 ondfraiened b&vin been anjrairrrd Id tU CarrUss- iffinufaettirincj business for the Hn twenty-five year, would rcBpcctlully iDtonn Ut cifixcut of Sandusky and Adjoining Counties Tbat he baft prmaocutlj located himeelf In CLYDE, S ANDUSXY OOUKTY.OH 0. - V, urpose of prosecuting the Can iage Mann Business in all ita various branrbes, nod p constantly on hand a lanp: variety of For the p' faetHrinu wiu sep Opsa and Top Buggies, Three bpnng ana nauorm Wagons, Made of tbe best material and latest styles known to the trade. rTompt attention givru to Rpn.iirlntr anil Rpnamfincr Dirt Ruo-a-i,";! r o r a w Tz. He will keep constantly on hand and for aale Smith's Coil, Turned Spoke;, Best Felloes, Hubbj. Poles and Thills, all Weil Seasoned. He Invites snecial attention to his work, together with the low prices, lot which he Is enshM to Sell same. C, OfctstfHI. Clyde, Ohio, August t, 1S73. FALL MILDER Y GOODS The Latest Styles! ': " The Most Beantifnl ft finds' The Neatest Triiimiings! The Most Complete Stock! The Most Reasonable Prices! CUt BB FOUND AT THE MlLLiSEHT STORE OF Mxof3 nr. Xj. IK CLaJPS BLOCK, FRONT TIum riwia M..:uuj c . i u .. t" .. . . , j iw i. iui selves to purchasers. Patronage invited. BOOTS & SHOES! HATS AND CAPS! IPOFL T HE MILLIOIM! THE CRY IS STILL THEY COME! SIOOT' e& SON Hat made fall prepmtIoi for tbe WINTETt tMnte and erery Get the Best at the Onr Store is tiled with goods, which we invite everybody to examine and be convinced that ttey are all FIRBT-CLA.B8 GOODS AND CHEAP! A. HOOT & SON, November 6, 1873. Next Door to National Bani. GRAND Large . Having taken advantage of the GREAT MONEY PANIC, our buyer being in the Kaat at tbe time, we have purchased and are receiving one ot tbe Largest Stocks o Goods ever brought to Kremont at one time-, making A Grand Display of Articles Comprising all tbe novelties of tbe season, all of which trill be sold at tr Our stock is worthy the attention of all, and will be found full and complete in ail departments. WI HAVE KSWBRESQ QC'ODS Of all the latest stvlcs and shades; Black Alpaca of all qualities; Brown Mnslins of all widths, from it-4 to KM, at all prices; Bleach Muslins of all standard brands and cheap grades, at Mice to emtevrry one. A No. 1 lot of Sew Shawls aud Kobes, Bed tiuilts and Table Liueus, Stripes, Checks, Denim aud As we have before stated, this stock was purchased at a bargain, and will be sold at prices highly advantageous to consumers. Give U3 a call. F. EMRICH. rno3va:2F3oia", STREET FEEMOT, OHIO. n , : .. vi..r o... mapmion ana wi ieommend them mrnui :o:- CAMPAlfiX, with a determination to tail every para. Oar motto ia Lowest Living Price ! OPENING owe Dry Goods MAKE WAY FOR LIBERTY. HERN&SCOY i? LI LIU Have torn oat, enlarged and '.mprored their large lore room In ODD FELLOWS' ELOCK, To make room for s Vt a mmoth GROCERY DEPARTMENT! They will heap the Xariccst 'Slock OF FAMILY GROCERIES In the City, and LOW PRICES Will be their slm in selling. TtiEV Willi PAY THE Uighest Market I'rice for Butter, . Eggs, and other Produce. They also Deliver all Goods Purchased of Them Free. They have have also a large Confectionery Department Filled with the ( hoicrst Kiuds of Fresh Candies for Ihe RETAIL TRADE-' Also Agenta for llie celebrated ITHACA CALENDAR CLOCKS! the best manufacture in the world. HERN & SCOTILLE. A DESIRABLE FARM. I now offer my valley farm for sale about SO acres of the best land in Sn- duskv Countv. about 40 acres of First 1 1'otlom Laud, when well fanned 1'" i hnnna CO In 1(V1 hn.h,ta tit TilFTl nef "ir in frorwi imiihl acre in irood seasons, ao acres 01 Second-Bottom Land, very eaay to work and bricga large crops of grain or grass. This farm haa a Hue river front of 40 rods on Sandusky River, oa which is a nice new hosse, built, this sesi-on, s good well of water, fine bearing orchard of 100 trees. In fact is one of the most desirable and money making farms in the county, only two miles irom the C ity of Fremont, on a fine wagon Road. I otter this tana at the extremely tow pries of too dollars pas sere, $l,ut0 down, balance in equal annual pay ments, with interest at s per cent, snnnah'T. 4Jtf I. at. AMslfiEN. CARRIAGE & WAGON MANUFACTORY! OF . GEPHART & KESSLER, (North Front Street,) 'FREMONT, OHIO. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND WAG MS Of every deeenptfon kept on bander mAnnfs't'ired to order. Onr CuTiagpa, Bagg1 nd Sprti,' Wagon are nuui of Ui be t material uul ar Qtl in Htvle to th BEfc-T 1 MARKET. AU of tbe l< .wd tuoet vtvln&ble improvemsnirt re aeed in tbe nuaaf&oture of our vehicle, uid WE DEFY COMPETITION! Eoth in dieapnrsa and durability. THE BEST MATHIUAL8 ALWAYS ISED. HORSE GHOEir.C! ipelal attention is paid to Horss Bnoeinfsnd . aatiaiaciiuo aivraya givrn. Blacksmithine and Repairing! They make a specially of this branch of Ihe busi ness and make rf asonable charges. tr (!ivrthTn acallnnd they wDl warrant aat iftf action in work and prices. - 5 OEPHART 4 RESSI.ER. CLEVEIaXP, OHIO, Are daily receiving an elejnnt assortmciit of Fine Watches and Jewelry, For the Kail and Holiday Trade, At prices that win compete with all. 127 BANK STREET, Under tho Weddeir. So'o Agenta for tbe 'Celebrated BOREL & COURVOISIER Watches. REAL ESTATE IN FREMOIS T QJ FEET FRONT on State Street hy 100 feet deep, adwinine the Fbicz Block. rOTS 4 hy 10 rods on east side of Bni-kland Avc jnue, ttetween llin hsrd Avnne and John (Mrcrt. IOTS hy 10 rods on north side of John Street, j opposite John C. JoUiiMin'a sew resiiK oce. . TOTS 4 by 10 rods n north side of South Street j (known as Bloomingdalc!. TOTS by it) r'.s, containing one acre, on esst J side of Bticklaiitl Avenue, oboosite rcsukiit e of R. Binbard. TWO LOTS 4 by 10 rods on Jrifereon Street, west of June's Lime Kiuis. LOTS containtngr two acts on north sldi of North Sfreet. admiltin? the Tnrlh line ol .-itv. aod about 1 6a) rods froia l ar Works. The above lots will be sold low and onlliwral terms ot payment . RP.BUCKLAND. Fremont, II arch 31, UT3.