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f REMOIIT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, January 9, 1874. Totyn XD fouHY Hatters. Readables. Money ia tifcht. . 1 Pay th primer. Quails are scarce. Clear your sidewalks. lleJ four own fiiT . Bad colda are fsahiouable. 'Dame KaturV' is mantled iu enow. Bog killing season i Jrawl-g to a cIom. Perkins, Erie Co, hat organized a Farmer's Club. " Ei ic county has four agricultural oganiri t:ons. Sweep your own door step before you tread your neighbors. It is computed that Ohio Las twenty-three thousand Free M tons. Sandusky City reports that tie effects of th panic an pissing away: The Defiance Democrat of last week appear ed in aa enlarged form. The Journal, the People Journal and a beautiful Eiraving for $2.78. Correspondence from a Lindsey friend omit ted for want of room this week. A new hotel is in contemplation fur Upper Sandusky, to open next summer. Hancock county IuGrniary contaiuea 32 des titute parsons, who eait on public bounty, Stcubenvilla is making a special eSart to awurathe honarof the Sate Fair Beit year. The Odd Fellows of Eiyria have fitted up one of the most attractive lodge rooms in the State The proprietorship of the Painsville Adverts r baa been resumed ty Mr. Clark, its former owner. Bring pn jour orders for job printing. W are equipped with steam, and work at city prices. '; ' The mail train from Springfield to Clyde ran 113 miles in four hours, and mikes twun- ty-ona stops. At the meeting of the stockholders of the ' Car Company, on Monday last, the old board was re-eleoted. Ha who would "walk upright" seed be cau tious how he engineers his way along several of our sidewalks. A correspondent enquires how much longer the skeleton of the late fire engine is to adorn Crogbaa street. George Crouse died at the age of 107 year. He had been a-resident of P!tey township, Belmont county. The B. fc O. B. B. Co., hare reduced the tare from Columbus to Baltimore Waaliing toa to tea dollars.; Sar.nj the d, season Tiffin has shipped orer uiue tiiouatnd bogs and twenty -three thoisaad barrels of apples. 3. D. Bourne, of the Oliver House, Toledo iu been the recipient of a gold headed cane, presentee! by the "boarders." The T-En Tribune is cow issued on Wed nesday instead of Thursday. This miy be termed "going a head" at least a day. At Wauseon, two Artesian wells, 120 feet deep run water constantly, and emit enough gas for a first class torch light procession. The Chagrin Falls Exponent is the tittle cf anew paper just started by Strauanaa Hot ter. It looks healthy and diserrea 'ocoesa. . A Texas paper states that Mr. W. H. Was aon, formerly of Mansfield, has been elected provi. ieanj mayor of Tux arkana, in that state. The Xorwalk Experiment has changed its day of pb!icaic from Friday to Mouday. A sort of experiment on an old "Experiment." Voltaire Scott, the popular and excellent host of "Scott' American,'' Sandusky, has re cently joined the Brotherhood of Benedicts. The great trunk linos hare raised the price of freight about 33 per cent above old rates. The new rata went into effect on the 1st inst. . The stockholders of the Blyria Bolt Screw manufactury; have agreed to pot up the works if the eituent will raise the bonus of ' 112,000. The alarm of fire on Tuesday morning was occasioned by the burning of a chimney at the residence of Mr. YT'. E. Earner, on Justice Street, Three farmers in Hancock county hare made 146, 131 gallons ef cider this season. A stray apple ia a "wind-fair tj hogs in that district. i Envelopes printsd at a small advance on cost, at this office. Have yonr card printed cn the envelopes you use. It may save you the lots of a valuable letter. Eiyria ia making headway. We are inform ed that six more business blocks have been fin ished in the past season, new firms have start ed and old ones enlarged. Sleighing was resumed on Tuesday, and aow balling afforded the "street Arabs" a lively method of keeping the body warm at the exponas of the fingers. A number of capitalists in Dayton have com bined to work up a large manufacturing busi ness of various kinds. - The enterprise is wor thy of emulation elsewhere. . The "boys" yea, and the ladies too have again been reluctantly necessitated (we hope temporarily) to lay aside their skates awaiting the return of "cooler moments." A lira. James Higgens while walking on the A.4G.W.E.E, track, recently, near Oalion, was struck by the locomotive of a night freight train and almost instantly killed. The Fast Vaster of Golden Gale LMjro, F. A W.,' at Cagrin Falls, was the recipient of a gold headed cane, on the night of the 27th tftt. a present from the brethren. The Tiffin Agricultural Works are reported te have already contracted for nearly 6,600 of its celebrated horse rakes. This bids well for "making hay while the sua ehinee." The residence of John Newcomer, at Wan aeon, was partially destroyed by fire on the 29 Lh nit. Household goods mostly saved, and building insured enough to cover loes. . It don't do to pot faith in fortune Setter. A man in Berks county, who tried it, is now a raving maniac. The fortune letter told him he would be robbed and dead in four weeks. Master Fred EarUett, of Belle vue, while re cently abating, fall and received a fracture of the eollar bone. A violent attack of fever fol lowed, leaving him in a very critical condi tion. A young man named Peter Kichl, of Harri son township, Van Wert county, had his hand blown off by the explosion of a gun, on New Year's day. A poor beginning for the new year. The registration fee on domestic letters and packages, was reduced on the 1st, of January from fifteen cents to eight cents. Another drop of this kind and cheap postage will unv doubtly be popular. At TiEo, a number of the hunting fraterni ty have just formed " The Ohio Association for the Protection of Gams." To say the least ef it, it ia a "gamcy" enterprise rather than strictly a hum tie society. "V The corporator and a number of intending stockholders in the Seneca County Machine Works, met on the 2Gth, to open the books for stock. It was decided that no further action be t itrn in the mttter until April. The B. P. S C. B. P., was opened cn New Tear' day, from the Lake Erie Divition through to D-nler, ou the line of the Dayton A Michigan Road. 2'he opening was a matter or congratulation to our Tiffin neighbors. At present, the ice season promises to be a blank unless "Jack Front" soon favors us with sharp and successive visits. Refrigerator man ufacturer are already beginning to realise that "it's an ill wind blows no one any good.' The lady who lost her equilibrium on Front street, on Tuesday last, has become an enthu- a stic convert to overshoes. She says they sire " the f ving of the 'sole,' and a pro tection to the tcdy, as compared with boots." That's tha ' rubber." A refractory Individual, who was smashing things generally, in a silooa in Toledo, on the evening of the 2d, was trotted to the police station by Officer Trotter, after a scuffle in which the refractory man was divested of all his clothing but his pants. At the Holiday Fair for the benefit of the "Star" Hook A Ladder Company, at Kenton, a minister's dressing gown, valued at wa voted for and realized the medest sum of $190. The Rev. Mr. Hall became the fortunate pos sessor of the precioti article. Norwalk farmer seem to be experimenting on the old addage of the "whole bog or none.'' Tiro worthy "kaights of the plow report ringing four of "their hogsbips" to the knife '-Oh, s with an aggregate result of 1,266 pound of meat a favorable indication for a decline in lard. i ' .. i i ', I Abraham Htfngh, of New Haven township wu brought before Esq. Vail, at Plymouth, on the 29th, on a charge of attempted rape upon a daughter of Joshua Williams, aged fifteen year. He is at present in Huron county jail, awaiting the action of the Grand J ury. at tn next term. A dutiful "son of the Emerald Isle" residing ia an adjacent rural district, recently wrote . k, -ntwin the "oold country," and .d.vre to come the "heavy descriptive," thuswise; "Christmas day wa aa mild a and we ate turkey under the rays' of a . summer sob." I An elderly widow, named Smith, ef Bellevu ! her hand, when she stumbled, breaking tha Ump and uatarating her clothe with the oil. I the noise was heard, end aha was j rescued from a horrible death, though not be- J fore she was seriously buruod. - - i We deem it necessary, particularly at this season, when sleighs are popular, to caution all in charge of conveyances, and particularly those - from the country, not to leave their hones standing in the street without hitching We observed two instances on Tuesday which narrowly escaped proving lively run-aways, At Tiffin, on the 27th ult, a ."haageroa". to Miss McEeart's theatrical company appropria ted an over coat, tbe property of a member ef Miss. K'l., company. Hi plea being that be purposed visiting the death bed of hi father, 20 and costs strongly impressed him with the propriety of standing ia kit own clothes, to recieve the blessing of hi departing pater. Quite a number of our aubseriber bav taken advantage of our offer of the PeoplSt Journel end the fine steel engraving ia con nection with the JouxHAt., , Any subscriber who has already paid M any part of 1874, can, by paying from that time np to January 1st, 1S75, and the 75c additional, secure the Peo ple't Journal and the beautiful steel plate en graving. Papa' Birth Day is the tittle of a beautiful engraving 13 by 19 inches which sells for (3, and the People' Journal is an excellent monthly subscription prise fl. Yet we furnish thee with the Journal tot the small am of $2.75. Think of it, (6, worth for (2.76, and come ia at osee and subscribe. We make the above offer to all new tabscriben; and to all others. Com in. We regret to learn from intelligence recent ly received by Measra. E. L. ds R. A. Cross, jeweler, etc., of this city, that among the unfortunate passenger who went down with tbe ViUe dn Havre, waa their cousin, Mr. The. Hammond, wife, and family of thwa child-. ran. air. iiimmona was oi urown point, Essex county, N. Y, where also resided hi aged father, a hale old gentleman of 84 turn- msra, who, on receiving tbe aid intelligence, became so overcome with grief that ha only aorvived tbe shock a few days. List of Le ttera remaining in the Fremont Post-office naoulled for January 8tb, 1874: W. Bunynskl, Henry Burton Iec XohlUnger Simsou luimoi; Socuner Smith, Geo. Young. Of f tbe Track. On Thursday of last week the lecomotivc of the mall train on the L. E. A L. Ry., going south, jumped the track when near lima, and waa somewhat injured. The train waa delayed about Ave hour;. In reply to the questioa "Welt, and hew' firming progressing f" we recently received from a worthy tiller of the Sail the following quaint but happy reply -" i i i . at present, there's none of us aught to do "But ait by the fire and smoke and chew." W e received, last week, a card from Rev. Crouse and lady of Lindsey, expressing thanks for hand- me valuable progenia receivea rrosa ine meKom of their charge, on New Taart day, we believe; but by some inadvertence it has been misiaid, and we are enable to give it. The donors, however, were gratefully thanked in it and the acknowledgments of the receivers bellttingly expressed. . . , i Fatally Injured. On Friday last, while Thomas H. Grant, who was engaged In helping to erect the stave and barrel factory of Fennimore St Grant, he had oceaslon to lift some heavy plank, and in so doing overstrained himself, producing a rapture, from the f Sects of which he died on Sun day lasL He was buried on Monday tram bis residence, near BalMIle,by the brethren of Croghan Lodge I. O. O. F., of which he waa a member. . Fire. Oa New Year' day, about two o'clock in the afternoon, the residence of Mr. Bletcher, on the Pike, near the Car Works, took fire and was destroyed, in the absence of the family. The fire ia supposed to have originated from a defective fine. Most of the eontcnts of the dwelling were saved from the flame. No alarm waa given at least it did not get down town. Distresfclntr Casualty . A laboriagma named Marcus Kuhne, a native at Germany, waa on Monday last engaged, In company with several othcra, felling timber in Mr. Fennimore's wood. when the falling qf a hickory tree resulted ia the unlortnnate man betng struck on the side of the head by a projecting limb. Be was rendered in sensible, and only survived the shock a few hour. Deceased was a steady and industrious man, re sided on the Stoney Prairie, and we regret to add, leavce a wife and a family of email children. , ! f a a a [Communicated] Gkaoe Haix, ) Fremont, O., Jan. 3d, 184. J The officers of Ft. Stephenson Grange were installed on Saturday last, as heretofore an nounced. The installation ceremonies were made public to admit a delegation from Green Creek, who are about to organize a Grange in their vicinity, and were anxious to see the inner working of the order as far a their experience would permit. There were also preteni member of Seneca Grange, (near Fort Seneca) and all joined in partaking of the abundance of good things that were prepared for the occasion. A Ft. Stephenson Grange is tha pioneer or ganization in this vicinity, we shall always hold ourselves in readiness to assist any and all who may apply to her. The officera of Seneca Grange were installed on Tuesday evening, the 0th inst., and Ft. Stephenwa Grange were invited to be in attendance. - Seneca Grange i an . honor to the order, comprising,' a it doe, the most prominent farmer of that neighborhood. A special oonunonicaticn of Ft. Stephenson Grange ia appointed for Friday evening, Jan uary 16th, 6 1-2 P. U. ' "Fatsos." In Memoriam. CbobaS tooat, No. 7T, I. O. 0. F.T i KZMOST, O., Jan. Slu, 187. WaxBXAa, It ha pleased an All-Wise Provi dence, in the working of bis counsels, to remove from our midst our well beloved friend andhrother, Thomas H. Grant, therefore Uteolvtd, That in view cf the event which has brought sorrow to a loving household, as well as sundered link from Odd Fellowship; which has shrouded tender hearts in mourning, as well a draped the Lodge Boom with the symbols of woe; we bow fcubmisaively to the decree which called him hence murmuring the while "Thy will b done." Rtwlni, That we tender our condolence and sympathy to tbe wife of our deceased brother, who, iu this bereavement, has lost a kind, gentle and af fectionate husband, the mainstay of her family. May He "who tempers the wind to tbe shorn lamb,' assuage the wife's grief, and sustain her In her af fliction. Ruolred, Thst these resolution be entered np- oa the mtnuu of tee Lodge, that a copy of the .. .. , .tTa v ismc, signed by the officers of the Lodge, b pre tested to tbe wife of our deceased brother, and that they be published In the papers of the city. J. RrnBAron, ) ' H. li. Sbomo, V Committee. E. II. L'aioKRHiij.) Tbe following persons paid the amounts opposite their names oa subscription to the Jcmrtuil during tbe mouth of December: Jacob Deemer 1 00!H. W. E.Rideoat 00 C. A. Klegin. . Wm. Kuovk... 1 OU J. B. Waeuer 0 i OOjOrrin Keniau t 00 T. B. Van lioren... 00 B. Kellojrg 00 cj. It. &Dmr 1 w M. A. Smith i oo 1 00 4 00 1! 00 X 00 5 00 S S3 1 00 S 00 M. Mary a. r wner v James Carr A. P. Frary S. Serffeant S (KJ S 0 Isaac Aederson... Levi Zink E. Moore Richard Willey... D. Swickard John Met Kichard Havens.. D. W. Krebbs J. V. Myers.,.. E. Ovcrmier (i. A. Kilfwonh I. Boyer L. Youngman John Kauisfy Wm. Hcrbfter Lavina Murray W. It. Kiddle V. It. Forgeeon... James Gilitnore.... Mrs. A. Smith M. Bahcock Jacob Sanders John Krotser If. Kanffman Michael 8tout 11. A-Sanforri Jane Hoover J. V. Donnell R. B. Ptpvecaon.... V. S. Hilbiah W. Hideout H. H. (Shively Hiram Smith Reuben Heffner... D. Coleman .. John . Mugg ! On S Ou 00 1 66 s 0 1 0 00 v ou t 00 5 00 Oil 1 00 t Oi l 4 0 4 00 00 oo: 1 00: x uu: 1 ou f OS 2 00 i oo P. Alutnor 00 T. W.Cochran 00 Geo. tinvder.... 00 Mrs. A. L. Patterson 4 00 J. h. Loveiaud 00 Henry Fry W. J. Merchant... 00 , 00 AO i 00 1 00 , s 00 J. M. ltockwood.. IX W. Ickos Sabra Powy Geo. Kridler Mr. Kaney t rary m Harriet' 9 M oo Win. Kiel... (jf ". 1 oo HnL'U Havens.... G. L. House.... . Geo. Lefler....... 1 00; 4 eo i Oil s oc . . x w John Klotz a 00 Jt ' ' W O. W. Vallette... Thomas, Grand Lang........... . i oo; ' I : I I , I I ! j I j The New Year of the Living Age.— Robert Chambers' Scrap Book; Sham Jewel milk ry; Madame de Stael and Her Times, by the author of "Mirabeaa," Curious Wills, etc., which with shorter articles and poetry, make ginning of the new year. For early number of the year, the publish Fortunately, ert already announce articles on important topics by Dr. W. B. Carpenter, the eminent The number of LitteKt Living Aj for the week ending January 3d, begins a new volume (the 120th) of that sterling periodical, and the present ia therefore an excellent time for the beginning of cew subscriptions. Among the contents of the present number are: an admi rable article from the BrilUh Quarterly on the sources of Pleasure in Landscape ; The Par isians, by LordLytton; some entertaining Let ter of Charles Lamb, with Reminiscences of himself Awakened Thereby, by Mary Cowden Clarke. Sukie's Boy, by the author of the "Huguenot Family;" Odds and Ends from Dr. scientist, Sir Arthur Helps, Alfred Russell Wallace, I , K. S etc, and Letter of Eliza beth Barrett Browning on Literary and Gen eral Topics, together with choice notion by Mrs. Oliphant, Mis Thackeray, and other fa vorite writers; and generally throughout the year the best action by the leading foreign authors, and the latest and most valuable con tributions to Science, Art, Politics, History, Biography, and general Literature by the ablest author, aa contained in the unrivalled periodical literature of Europe. On the whole The Living Age, for 1871, promisee to be more than usually valuable to its readers, and i in dispensable to every one who desires a "thor ough compendium of the admirable and note worthy in the literary world." With fifty two numbers, of sixty-four large page each, (aggregating over 3000 pages a year) the sub scription price (to) is . low ; or still better, for 10, any one of the i magazine is sent with Tht Living Age tat year. Littlx & Gat, Boston, Publishers. Peck's Experience with a Coal Stove. We never had a coal stove areund the house until feat Saturday. - Have always burned pine slabs and piece of our neighbor' fence. They bun well, too, but the fence g"t all burned np, and the neighbor aaid he wouldn't build a new one, to he went down to Jones and got a coal stove. It i called the "Radiant Home and tny man that (ays we didn't hare radiant home at our house for about four hours last Saturday night is a Republican and villian. Yon see we didn't know anything about coal itovee. We filled the Radiant Home about half full of pine fence, and when the stuff got well o going, we filled the artesian well on top with ooaL It simmered and sp ut tered about five or ten minutes and all went out, and we pat on an overcoat and a pair of mitten and "went out too, to supper. We remarked, in the course of the frugal meah that Jones was a "froad for recommending Such' a confounded refrigerator to a man get warm by. After supper we took piece of ice and robbed our hands warm and went ia where the stove was, resolved to make her draw and burn if it took all the pine fence in the First Ward. Our better half threw a quilt over her and shiveringly re marked that she oerar knew vtat real solid comfort was until she got a eoal Steve. Stung by the sarcasm in her remark, we turned every dingus in the stove that was movable, or looked like it had anythtng to do with a draft, and pretty soon the Radiant Home began to heave np heat. It was not long before she stuttered like the new Silsby steamer. Talk about your beat ! In ten minutes that room was as much worse than a Turkish bath as hade i hotter than Liverman'a ice house. The perspiration fairly fried out of a tin water cooler in the next room. W opened the doors, and the snow began to melt a far op Vine street as Hauecomb'a house, and people all round the neighborhhod pat on linen clothes. And we couldn't atop the confounded thing. We forgot that Jours told us about the dampen, and she just kept a biting. The only thing we could do was to go to bed and leave the thing to burn op the bouse if it wanted to. " We stood off with a pole, and turned the damper every way, and every turn she just lent out heat enough to roast an ox. We went to bed supposing the coal would . eventually bum out, but about 1'2 o'clock the whole family had to get np and ait on the fence. Finally a man cam along who had been brought up among coal stoves, and he put a wet blanket over him and crept np to the stove and turned the yoper dingus, and she cooled off, and since that time ha been just a comfortable as possible. If you buy a coal stove, you want to learn how to use it, or yon may get roasted. La Crow Democrat. Annual Meeting of Farmers) Club. According te announcement, the County Far mers Club met at the Court House, on Satur day last, Dr, Ferguson in the chair. The question arising as to keeping np the organ ization, the general sentiment seemed to be in favor of so doing, and a motion to that ef fect was mad and carried. It was than mov ed that the Club proceed to the election of of ficer for the ensuing year, which was unani mously adopted, whereupon A. R. Ferguson was chosen President, Edw. Tindall, vice Pre ident, Jacob Bargner, Secretary, and Henry Bowlus, Treasurer. A. H. Balsey was invit ed to act a Secretary pro tern. The report of Secretary Am aden and Treas urer Tucker, were deferred until next meeting neither gentleman being present. Pesident Ferguson then took the floor, and aid that according to the constition; the President was expected to deliver an annual address. Bnt owing to matter which had transpired and the probability of a slim at tendance, he had not expected to speak. The attendance was dim, but be was glad to see that the feeling manifested was favorable to the continuance of the organization. The Club was organized last March, nnder unfa vorable circumstances, bnt had met with rea sonable ttcoess, and it should meet with ue cess, at there was not the objections to be urg ed against it, that ware urged against other systems of org&ni ration. At the time of it organization tha great Farmer's Movement was ia progress-of organization, and had drawn the minds of the people to tbe subject. The farmer of the Great West bad long felt that railroad monopolies were eating them np; that the expense of getting their product to market, left them but a poor remuneration for their toil, and bene the need of organ iza- there, as was thought, for tbe purpose of bring ing down the price of freight. It was a movement in opposition to monopolies. But however much loch a movement may have been needed there, the fame necessity for inch en organized movement here did not ex ist Freights were not so exorbitant but what farmers could sell their grain and realize a fair profit upon its produttion. One leading idea presented in the Grange movement waa that of dispensing with mid dle men. It was a nice thing in theory, but net so easily adopted in pr.tctice. We have discussed it in tbe Club, and many have ex pressed rather radical idea ia regard to mid dle men, while othere regaid them aa neces- T- - ann matured consideration had enabled him n. i. .1 V , : : to see were wrong. He regarded middle men as necessary. There must ba some one in every community to purchase produce, and o long aa their profit were not unreasonable the fanners could not object. Tbe farmer could not be a farmer and a shipper to any ad vantage. He would neglect one or the other. He should stick to his own branch of business, raise all he can and get the beat price possible for hi prsducts. All trades were being short ened np or divided up. He could reccoliect the time when shoemakers did all their eut- ting, fitting, sewing, pegging and even made their own pegs. But now it was not neces I sary for one man to do all this. The hoe- m&aer uobui, utw pc-go uj tuv uumisi, peg , i w i.:. i . v - v i i . making was a branch of business by itself. In hop now, they usually have a fitter that might be called a separate branch; then there was the workman oa aewed work and the workman ou pegged work, each important in his place; but all for the ad vat tage of the public generally, and to the advantage of the workman or producer. So with the farmer. tbe fewer detail there were in hi business, the sooner he would acquire knowledge of it, although it require long training ana study to acquire a thorough knowledge of the business. H had not time to branch out into other but incases, and had not acquired that knowledge necewary to became a incceatfol shipper. He must bav rawer to the middle men. . . Ev- en Granger recognize this fact, but oek to create the middle man from among them selves. The middle man must be educated to hi business; that is, he must have acquired a thorough acquaintance with the details of the business, and to be able to understand the fluc tuations of the market, in ordnr to be reasona bly successful, and the middle man of the Grange cannot hope to be able to obtain bat ter prices than the independent middle man or grain buyer, and when the fluctuations are considered, and the loss incident to the busin ess are accounted for, the profit arising there from will not enrich those for whom he ope rates. But look at it as yon will, middle men are necessary, and the farmer is in a meas- are himself a middle man. He stood between the consumer and the ground, the source ef supply, and if middle men were to be dispens ed with, who could tell how soon the people might dispense with the farmer and go to raising produce for themselves. Then what would become of a fanner's cscupition ? No, all bianche of business are necessary to the healthy devolpmevt of society, and farmer should stick to their own branch of business, raise all they can; take papers; educate them selves to the best advantage and buy in like manner, juat as others do. Co-operation has proven a failure wherever tried. The princi ple may be good enough, but it has not met with success in practice. Oue would think it might work, and in England it is reperted to have worked successfully, but it has not here, so far as I know in a single instance. Per haps in the future it may work better, but ex perience is against it. He bad not expect ed to aay much, and would not take up their attention longer. Bev. Chittenden being present was called upon, and in respond said it wa rather a sin gular thing for him to be called upon to spaak to a farmer' Club. He had seen the announce- j ment that Dr. Ferguson was to speak and had come in to hear him. Was really glad tbe Dr. had spoken, a it was always best to fulfil an nouncements. He did not know much about practical farming, his appearance would indi cate that. There was something about work oa a farm which gave health and robust ener gy to man, restoring hi vital force and repair ing the waste auffared in other employments. He had a friend once, who having found his health much impaired, and hi mind Borne what affected, had sold out hi business and gone to farming. It was the panacea he need ed to repair the waste suffered, and his health and energy returned to him. There wa some thing in tho labor which brought a man back close to mother earth, that toned up the sys tem and imparted robust health. Sandusky County was a fin county, but not so fully developed as come other. . It was a good place to live, but he did not think that farmers paid enough attention to fruit culture. He thought they would find their profit bet ter if they would cultivate the finer qualities of fruit The capacity wa in the toil, and it only needed attention to yield it increase. In regard to the organization known as Granger or the Patron of Husbandry, be knew but little. They seemed to have grown from a general disposition to make war on railroad as at present organized and operated Our railroad system was attracting attention from all, and the cry of the people was "no more land grauts to railroads!" The poop'e were waking np to this matter, and Granges seemed to have been one of the results. Consti tutional Convention had even responded to the demands, and had adopted Constitutional provision preventing certain officers elected by the people, from accepting passes from Bail roads. Bat there waa danger of Carrying these demands too far. Bailroada were nec essary to the public convenience and welfare, and we could not do without them. Lk at tbe amount of travel accommodated, at the vast amount of freight carried, at the speed with which it is accomplished, and the con viction is instant that we cannot return to the old methods. This war carried on to extrem ities will cripple operations. Upon the same principle, it seem, the opposition, to middle men is based. ' Farmers may dispense with them, and the people may dispense with farm en, bnt the resnlt would not be satisfactory. Mutual dependence is the rule of life, and anything going beyond this will produce a coudition not desirable. At the conclusion of Mr. Chittenden's re mark, some desultory speaking occurred, and the question'coming up as to what subject should be discussed at the next meeting, it was concluded to consider '-Fruit Culture The best manner of setting out fruit trees." Also-"Farm work for February, care of stock to." Club then adjourned to meet on Satur day, February 7th, 1874. The renorted lease of the Pacific TelefrraDh ComDanv's lines by the Western Union, was unfounded. The Ohio penitentiary is flourish ine. Its receipts exceeded its ex penditure in the past year $22,236,57. Stephen Hood, who murdered Lis step-son,, at Cleveland, some months ago, ha,3 been sentenced to be hanged on the 29th of April. Wanted, Immediately A good, stout Work Horse. Apply to W. Dkpfesbauoh, opposite residence of H. Lesher. WANTED A Bookkeeper and Cashier. Wages moderate. Address Box 161, Fremont, Ohio, in your own handwriting, giving age, name, residence, experience (if any), end wagee expected. . Personal. Parties having machines of ns on lease will take notice that on and after Feb. 1, 1874 we will take up all msohines on which Bent for three months and over is due. LEPPERMAN & GREENE. Wanted. Ladie Hair. The undersigned will pay the highest price for ladies hair, at his shop opposite Post Office. All kinds of Hair-work done to order. 2-7 T. G. Kee. Ladles' Underwear. We continue to make these Goods onr spec ial study, and always have a complete line at the very lowest prices, offer a few dozen for SO cents each. J. Joseph & Co. SCHOOL HOOKS! A largo and complete assortment of all the School and Text books us ed in theCity or County.justreceiy ed at McCulloch's, Wilson's Read ers and Spellers, Mt Guffey'e Head ers, and Spellers, Ray's Arithmetic, Gayot's, Jlitchcll's and Cornell's Geography and every other kind of School Books wanted. Paper, Ink, Slates, Pens, Pencils, Rulers, Cray ons, dec cheap. Frtm the Rev E. A. EELXERSBAUSEX, now of Camden, Me. This certifies that I have used Miss Saw' yer's Salve and cannier it superior to any other. I cheerfully recommend it to all in want of a good Salve. January 25, 1367. E. A. Hklmebshatjsen. Toy and Holiday Goods eeld cheap at the Drug Store of Thomas, Grund & Lang. Children' Underwear. Fifty Fairs of the above on baud, bought at panic prices, which I will offer at much less than the same can be bought for elsewhere. J. Joseph. Received this week, a larse invoice of HOSIERY, "among which are Childbes's Hobb, at Jtve centt per pair. J. Joseph. Ladies' Underwear. I have still on had a few dozen pairs of the above which I am offering at fifty cents a pair J. Joseph. Foot Warmer at C. M. Dillon & Co. Machine andoperators will be furnished free of charge,on application atthe office No. 16 Croghan at.,to any and allpartie wishing atrialof th"Light Sunning Domestic." Scartd. A full assortment of hand croshottcd, ma chine knit, and woven Scarfs, which I intend to close out very cheap. Call and see them. J.Josbph. DR. LIBBEYS Next visit to Fremont will be at the Ball House. Saturday, Jan. 10th, '74 The secret of his having so many patients is Tbe Curea he la making, Most of which have baffled the skill of other physician. - Men's HoUday Cap in great variety, Wat ered, Seal, Astrachan, and many new and beautiful styles, for Men, Boy and Misses, at Meng's, Corner Fornt and Crognan Street, Fremont, Ohio. ' Opened this day at Meng's, Corner Front and Croghan Street, an elegant assortment of Tapestry, Imperial, Moqueh and Veloin Slip pers, for the Holiday. The Argand Coal Stove took th first pre mium at the Northern Ohio Fair. It is the cnly stove with abase flue and illuminated ashpit. Iti the mnt economical tov that can be had. Call and e it at S. M. Dillon & Co'. . - Lath and Shingle. . Amsden ha again reduced hi price. Shoe maker' Star Shingle. Hi own make of Lath, the best in the market. We gaurantee the Argand Coal Stove to give more heat from a given quantity of fuel than any stove sold in thi market Call and se8 it. (J. M. ULhliQa tjo. c. c. c. Camp' Cough Cure after year of trial stands acknowleged to be the best Cough Medicine ever offered to the public. ' It i an invaluable Bemedy for all disease of the throat and lungs, whooping sough, &c , and a certain cure for cough and cold. - Prepared and sold only by Thomas, Grand A Lang. Loot to your firesides. Now i the time to end in your stove and have them made ready for cold weather. We are prepared to Line and Block stove in tbe best manner. C. II. Dillon & Co. The best White Lead in America . . rr 1 1 1 - Til - - is iicnsiein, urns . vx., a-uieulx Brand. Warranted perfectly, pure, or given away away, aicvuiiocn is sole agent for Fremont. A large stock of Men' Boys' and Youths' Calf and Kip Boots for the fall and winter trade at astonishingly lew prices at Pete Meng's Mammoth S-x-t and Shoe Store, Fre mont, Ohio. 34 Save your Hay by getting a good Feed Cut ter. O. M. Dillon ft Co., have a good cutter that they offer low. McCulloch's Horse and Cattle Powders are the best and cheapest in use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. ' Mlases' and Boya Underwear. . , When Mr. Joseph was in New York he did not forget tbe boy and girl. He bought Underwear for them and all can be suited. C. M. Dillon St Co., are receiving a new and very large stock of cooking and heating stoves. - -' . 'A Bargain in tteal Estate. We call attention to the advertisement of Mr. L E. Amsden, in another column, of his Valley Farm. This ia one of tha most desira ble small farms in the county, and he i offer ing it very cheap and on easy term. . , NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All person found bunting or otherwise tres- pasaingonthe premises af the undersigned will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Oliver Vooorhiee, " David Pence, John Zieiler, . .. Andrew Yoorhies, , George King, Solomon Warner, , . Samuel Klinger, John Fabing. , FREE OP CHARGE. ;. Call at Thomas. Grund fc Lang' Drug Store, in Fremont, and get a sample bottle of Dr. A. Bochee' German; .Syrup, i Free, of Charae. It ha lately been introduced in this nonntrv from Germany, and for any person suffering a severe cough, heavy cold settled on the breast, consumption or any disease oi the throat and lungs it has no equal in the werld. Oar regular size bottles 7o cent. 1 wo aose will relieve any case. Try it. Also, Green' August Flower will cure dyspepsia. Sample bottle free of charge. ' Try it 41-1 The best Dye Stuffs and the best Recipts for Coloring is to be found at McCullochs. Good Colors war ranted every time if the directions are followed. Agent for Leamon's Analioa Dyes for all Colors. : . All kinds of Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnish, Glass, Brushes, tfcc, of the best quality at McCullochs. Abetter Remedy can not be found for Whooping Cough; Coughs and Colds than McCullooh's, Balsam of Hoarhound, it has b9en tried thirty five years and proven reliable every time. Only 2o cents a bottle. - Now is the time to buy your Overshoe and Bobber Boots. Dorr & Son have them ia abundance and cheap. Call and examine. Hats and Cap. Broadway and Trad style of Silk Hat, alsoan enormous asBCTtn.jnt of fur and Sax ony Hats, in all tha latest style at S. P. Hong's Boot and Shoe and Hat and Cap store We open this week two hundred and thirty six cases Boots and Shoes, Hat and Caps. Many more coming on contracts, made while east in July. Prices tweuty per cent, less than our competitors in this eity or neighbor ing villages can Bell same quality of goods. Pieise call and inspect stock and prices. 34 ' 8. P. ilEsd. ' Ifyou want Boots, for f 1 to 13, go to A. Hoot & Son. Men' Shirt and Drawer. Joseph & Co. offer these good at much lower priees than they can be had at any other establishment in this City, thoae in want wil Sod it to their interest to call on them at once Fine Shoes. Large invoices daily received from celebrat ed manufacturers. Burt' Fine Shoes first and best always. Full lines of lower priced goodialwayBon hand at Meng's, corner Front and Croghanatreots.Fremont, O. March 2'2,1873. The U. T. K. Shoe are sold only by Dorr & Son. Ladies will find them the best in the market New stock for the fall trade received by Dorr fc Son. Crosa'g is head quarter for Organs and anos the best and cheapest in the market. 23"M Geuta' Coliars, Seek Ties, Scarfs, Ac.iu Great variety at Meng's. WALL PAPER! WALL PAPERl A 6mall quantity of the old stock still on hand which can be bought very cheap. And a splendid lot of Plain, Satin and Gold papers bought at panic prices and will be sold very low. Borders to match, Curtains, Buff, White and Green Linen, Cords, Tassels, Curtain Fixtures fcc, c, at McCulloch'i. Call and see them. j CHROHOS! CROMOS1 A new lot of beautitul Chromos just received, at McCulloch's. Just the thing for a present to wife, child ren or friend, or to beautify your own home. C: " and see them. McCullonch has just received one of the finest stocks of Books for the Holidays, ever opened. Just the Book to please your Boy, and do him good to read it, a u t .:nty to suit your Girl too. .Fiae coitions of tho Poets, and a big assortment of Al bums, Pocket and Family Bibles. Dorr it Son sell the celebrated Cleveland and Buffalo Shoes. They can be relied on. Those Nobby Hats and Caps, Neck Tie end Collars, can be had very cheap, at the City Store, of A. Hoot A Son. Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centaur Linimont will not re lieve, no swelling it will nut subdue, and no lameness waich it will not cure. This is strong language, but it is true. It ha KEHp5X produced more cures of rheu matism, neuralgia, lockjaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked-breasts, scalds, burns, salt rheum, ear-ache, Ac, upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, &0-, npon ani mals in one yeajthan have all other pretended remedies since the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an all healingpain reliever' Crip ple throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless, and the wounded are healed without a scar. It is no humbug. The recipe i 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 serve to suffer if they do not use Centaur Lin iment. More than 1000 certificate of re markable cures, including frozen limbs, chron ic-rheumatism, gout, running tumors, ic, have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, Jtc, gratia, to any one requesting it. One bottle of tbe yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweeniod horses or mules, or for screw-worm in shtep-Stock-owners this liniment is Worth your at tention. No family should be without Cen taur Liniment. Sold by all Druggists. 60 cent per bottle; large bottles $1 00. J. B. Bosa & Co., 53 Broadway, New York. ' Castoria ia more than a substitute for Cas tor OiL It is the only Mate article in exist ence which is certain to aaaimilute the food, regulate tbe bowels, cure wind-colic, and pro duce natural sleep. ' It oontains neither mine rals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleaaant to take. Children need not cry, mother may rest, . Centaur Liniment. Married. January th, 18T4, bv Rev. E. Bnshaell, Mr. G. W. Mowax and Mias Eva T. Saike. January 1st, 187. by Rev. H. Lanr, Mr. Hehbt Ki5tle and Mlsa Caboliki Seltzeb, both of Adarca Tp., Seneca Co. - January Bd. t974. bv Rev. H. Lan. Mr. Mabtth Peiskb, of itiiey, and Mias JIabt Kabubs, oi Oak Harbor. Centaur Liniment. Married. Died. . TV- U OI4U 1 OTQ 1 rrn-.J nMIDl.ln Phokbk E. Bichaa3, ife o CM. Jiiciitrds, aged 28 years. SPECIAL NOTICES Go West Thro. St. Louis. To all who are sec-king newhomeslnorare about to take a trip to Missouri, Kanaas, Coforafo, Ifew laexico, Nebraska, Oregon or California, we rec ommend a cheap, safe, quick and direct route by way of St. Louis, ever the ilisscuri Pacific Through line.' It is equipped with flue Day Coaches, Buck's Reclining Chair Care, Puliman'a Palace Sleepers, the famous Miller 8aiety Platform, and the cele brated Westinghouse Air-Brake, and runs it trains from St. Louis to aJJ principal points in the West without change. We believe that tbe HUeouri Pa cific Through Lint has the best track of any road weat of the Mississippi River, and with its superior equipment and unrivalled comforts for passengers, has become the great popular thoroughfare between the East and the West. Trains from the North, South and East connect at St. Ljui3 with trains of the Missouri Pacific. The Texas connection of this road is now completed, and pass engers are offered a first-class all-rail route from St. Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas & Texaa B. via Sedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R. II., via Vinita. For Maps, time tablce, information as to rates, routes, &c, address S. H. Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General passenger - Agent, St. Lous, Mo. Question! will be ckeerfuUy and prompt ly autneered I Cheap Farms for Sale-Easy Terms. The Atntic fc Pacific Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acres of land in Central and Southwest Missouri, at from 13 to $14 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 thia land of fruits and flower. For particular ddrea A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Ilannu Relief for -ounsr in en from the elletl ot Errors and Abuses in early life. Man hood Restored. Impedimenis to Marriage removed. New method of treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Books and circulars sent free, sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. South Ninth St., Philadelphia, ra.-rn Insti tution having a high reputation for honorable con duct and professional skill. The Household Panacea, and Family Liniment is the best remedy In the world for the following complaints, viz.: Cramps in the Limbs and Stom ach, rain in we stoniacn, dowuib, or oiuc, nuw matism in all its forma. Billions Colic, Nduralgia, Cholera, Dysenterv, Coids, Fresh Wounds, Burns, Sore Throat, Spinal Complaints, Sprains and Bruis es, Chills and i'ever. i or Internal and External use. . Its operation Is not only to relieve the patient, but entirely removes the cause of the complaint. T, nana,-a,n And TVM-VMrlp the whole HTStm. M- storlng healthy action to all its parts, and quicken ing ine oiooa. Toe Household Panacea i purely yeietable and All Healing. -Prepared by . CURTIS A BEOV7N, No. il5 Kcltou Street, ew Tork. For sale by all druggists. Thirty Years' Experience of an Old Nurse. Mr. Winsiow's Sontbins; Syrup . . 1 . I nfAn. nf Ihnh.., Vb 1 l is 9 p rv w y ... iul ..... ..... . male Physicians in! Xiirsca in the United States, and has oeen useti ior imn, to u.i ,i m gaiety and success by million of mother and children, from the feeble lu'tant of oue week old to tneaau it twicvw .,u... w. -- " - Uevee wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, neaiin ana cuiuloii w uji.iuoi au -believe it to be the Beat and Surest Remedy tn the ... .j i n - ... fiVyPVTUHV .nitniAR. RUCEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from will accouipuny each bottle. None genuine un- THthinF or rrom ouv oiper utuic. x uit uu UK iHiium vi v...-- the outside wrapper. S Jld by aUMedicine Dealers. Children Often Look Pale and Sick v from no other cause than having worms in tbe Stomach. BROWNS VERMIFUGE COMFITS will destroy worms without injury to the child, be in perfectly WHITE, ond free from all coloring or other Iniurioua ingredients usually used in worm preparations. CrhTIS BROWN, Propnitora, . . No. ilB Fulton Street, iu Wk. So'i by Dmnjist and Chrmisis, and Dcalert tn Utdicinti at L :;TT-nvx Cexxs a Box. Tbe most Wifal DiaCwvery of the 19tn Century. Dr. S. DrHowe's ARABIAN MILK-CURE . lor COHSUMPTIOH, And all Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST and LUNGS, (The only Medicine of the kind in the world.) A Substitute for Cod Lietv Oil. Permanently cures Asthma, BronchitiP, ludpicnt Consumption, Loss ot Voice, Shortness ot Breath Catarrh, Cron'p. Coughs, Colds, &c in a tew days, like magie. Price $1 per bottle. ALSO, r. S. D. HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier, Which DIFFERS from all other preparations la its IKMEDIATK ACTIOS Upon the LIVi.lt, KIDXEIS AND BLOOD. It is purely vegetable, and cleanses the system of all iiipiiri&es.-buiW. -it jgj jt up ? make. Pare, men iioon. it run-j o...--- - - p kinds, removes Constipation, and regulares. For "GENERVL," "LOST VITALin,'7 and "BRO-KEN-DOWN CONSTITUTIONS," I "challenge Uie 19th Ccutnry 'to Und its eqnal. EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. Price il per Bottle. Soldby S. BtCKLASD Sc. SON Sole Agents for Fremont, Ohio. '.' DR. S. D. HOWE, Sole Proprietor, 161 Chambers St., Kew York. r This week will be appreciated -'by thosa who wish to buy GOODS CHEAP for Cash! NOTHING LIKE IT SIINCE 1837! You will have to "go back uua cuiut) oiuua u Lixhl trUUUS, IJiiiS AND CARPETS at G-EISTTJINIC COST SAT! The Low Prices we have Now is the Time to Buy OP THE FEEMONT, 36 years to match the LOW made this week on Pnnts and at Great Sacrifices. In less s3 HDHaCDQ. OHIO. PRICES we are now sellinsr Muslins astonishes everybody. than 20 days Goods must RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY-GOING EAST. A. K. A. X. r. at. 6:5J T.8S :SU Leave Toledo 10: 10 :SS Fremont n:i : Clvde 11:35 S:0 Monroeville x:M r.M. 8:35 9:19 11:06 GOING WEST. a. . 0:35 8:35 9:08 :t 10:00 T. Jt. i:S0 r. w. T:10 Leave Cleveland Monroeville Clyde Fremont 5:4S :S3 :35 lfcOl 8:06 11:40 I Arrive Toledo Way Freight. oino east. eorsw WIST. Leave Fremont, 9:T a.m. Leave Fremont 8:50 a.m. i4 4;l)5 - " . 5:30 " Way Freight. LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RAILWAY--GOING SOUTH. Leave Fremont. 9:25 A. . :40 T. at. A. at. Fostoria, It 7:40 10:06 Findlay, 11:06 8:40 . 1:00 r. at. 11:00 1:00 r. K. 6:00 Arive Lima GOING NORTH. 3:45a. . 2:30 P. at. 6:86 ,4:M Leave Lima, 9:00 A. . 1:16 r. X. 1:60 : 4:46 " t inalay, Fuatoria. :) 6:1T Arrive Fremont, 7:20 :) MARKETS. FREMONT RETAIL MARKET. PRODUCE. ..XS3&c Onion I1.S8 s,l.S0 Cheese... Batter ... Eggs Lard by the keg.. " retail Tallow, wholesale retjiil snc oreen apples wjiswa: c; Dried Apple per lb T lOel Dried Peacaes He cFeatbers 80c Be! Wool 45c Beeswax .S530cSwt Potatoes (1.00 GRAIN. Wheat White $1.40$1.90 Buckwheat...- $1-00 WheatKed .. .11.35 1.40 Rye-, ""A"!c Corn 4530coa.t 80S6c SEEDS AND HAY. Timothy seed $2.50S.oj Hay per ton.. . 18-00 FLOUR AND MEAL. Red Wheat Flour White vVheat Flour per bbl t".00 per bbl IT.80 Red Wheat Flours 'Corn Maal per cwt.. 1.26 per bbl 6.60 160 FREMONT WHITE LIME. At the Kilns, per bush 20c GROCERIES. SUGARS. Brown, per COFFEES. per Java -We! TEAS. ..60 1.2o Japan $1.85,Giui powder. .01.01 T. Hyson..... Imperial Ootong . 8Ociai.G0 .$1.001.4O MEATS. Dressed Hogs.. Pork, per bU... Beef per Mutton per .. Veal Corn Beef...... ...$6.0000 u.uo 1SC 7 ISC , 7iee ec, FOWLS. per pr Turkeys per 10c Geese per lb .....a Dressed Chickens. . 10c Dressed Ducks per ft. 12c Dressed Turkeys... 14c i Dressed Geese per-. c SMOKED MEATS. Hams Der ft. 12i14c' Bacon.. ..J 10c shoulders....- OctDriedBeet ....lTc LUMBER. 'Per M.i Per M. White Ash f .3 Cottonwood (14 Poplar is Pine, clear 4fx56 Blaric Walnut 3(V4S Pine, common ....16(i'20 SUI3QLE8.t4.00AS.ILATH tu.00 TOLEDO MARKET. TOLEDO, O., Jan 8, 1874. CORN, future delivery 0 OATS AQc HOGS DRESSED 80 NEW YORK MARKETS. NEW YORK, Jan. 8, 1874. CORN 8YJ85'C. OATS k66e. LIVE STOCK MARKET. BUFFALO, Jan. 8, 1873. - SHEEP $3.7tX..37 liOGS-6.606.00 POSTFOI mm Fourth Grand Gift Concert FOR THE BENFIT OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY of KENTUCKY mi i mm is nni SUCCESS . ASSURED. A FULL DRAWING CERTAIN. On Tuesday, 31st of March Next. In order to meet the general wish and expecta tion of the public and the ticket-holders for the full payment of the maenillceut fifts announced for the Fourth Grand Gift Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky, the management bav deter mined to postpone the Concert and Drawing until Tuesday, March 31st, 1874." They bav already realized OVER A MILLION DOLLARS, and have a great many agents yet to hear from. Ao doubt i entertained of the tale of entry ticket beore the Drawing; but, Khether all art told or not, the Ceneert and drawing will potititely and MJro ocally take place on tht day now fixed, and if any re main untold they will be cancelled, and the pritet will be reduced tn proportion to the untold ticiett. Only 60,000 ticket have beea issued, and 12.OO0 CASH GIFTS, Ql.-JOO.OOO, ; will be distributed among th ticket holder. The tickets are printed in coupons, ot ten lbs, snd all fractional parts will be represented in the drawing just as whole ticket an. LIKT OF gifts: ONE GRAND CASH GIFT ONE GRAND CASH GIFT OXE GRAND CASH GIFT. ....... OXE GRAND CASH GIFT.- ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 10 CASH GIFTS 210.000 each.. ...$25'0''0 ... lOO.O- O ,.. AOjOOO ... 2.j.O 17.JWM ...iO,oa ... loO OllU so.niN) ... 40.000 .. 40,MMt ... 4S.OOO .. .o.ooo .. 3-,MM .. BoU.OOO 30 CASH GIFS T 6,000 each.. 60 CASH GIFTS 80 CASH GIFTS 100 CASH GIFTS 1 CASH GIFTS S50 CASH GIFTS 36 CASH GIFTS 11,000 CASH GIFTS 1,000 each.. 600 each.. ' 400 each.. 300 each.. 200 each.. loo each.. 60 each.. Total.12,000 Gifts, all Cash, tmotir-tlng to $1,570,000 The chance for gift are ss one to five. FHK E OF TIC-ETK Whole Tickets, $50: Halves, $26; Tenths, or each coupon, tS; Eleven W hole Ticket forS00: 2!iv Tickets tor $1000; 113 V hole Tickets ror $3000; 22; Whole Ticki-ta for 110,000. No discount on leas than $500 worth of rickets. The Fourth Gilt Concert will be conducted In all respects like the three which have already been given, and full partirars may be learned from circulars, which will be sent tree from this office to all who apply for then Orders tor tickets and application for agvpeif will be attended to in the order they are received, and it is hoped they will be sent in promptly, that there may be no disappointment or delay In dllkig all. Liberal terms given to thoe who buy to seu again. All agents are percmptorially required to settle up their accounts and return all unsold tick eis by the 20th day of arch. TUOS.E. BHAMtETTE, Agent Public Library Ky., and Manager Gift Concert, Public Library Building, Louia vllle, Ky. Manhood: How Lost, How Restored! fmtvtm J09 published, a new edtion of JsTVnr.Culverwell'.Celebr-- - Etsf on the radical eun fwit l Jnt medicine) of Spehxator- buopa cu Semui A'eakneas, Involuntary Seminal Losses, iHPomsev, Mental and Physical Inca pacity, Impedimenta to .Marriage, etc.; also, Con sumption, Epikpny and fits. Induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance. Price iu a sealed envelope only six cents. Thecelebrated author, in thiaadmirableeaaay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty yeare'eucceHH ful practice, thatthealar intrconseouenceaof self abuse mav be radically cured without tbe danger ous us of internal medicine or the application of Uie knife; pointing outs mode of eure at once sim ple, certain, and effectual, by meuns ot whichevery sufferer, nomattev what his condition may be, may aire himself cheaply privately and radically. ; This lecture shonld be In the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Seat under seal, in a pialn envelope, to any ad drroe, poM-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamp Also, Dr. Culverweirs"MarriageGaide,"price so cents. Addreasthe Publishers, - CHAS. J. C. KLIN E it CO., 18 , Bower t, XewTork, P. O. Box 4598 C. II DILLON. Invite attention to their , ; : ; and splendid : !. I ' I H n H 5 ;'; I C. I. Dillon & Cooking & Heating Stoves, Coal & ,Wood Stoves, AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO P LEASH. We offer "as the Best and most heantifnl ;.. Coal The Argand The only Stove made with the Base-Heating Flue, and the Patent Clink- erless Grate, and the Illuminated Ah Pit. It keeLs a continuous fire. - The Mansard Base Heater, la unique in design, with the adTantage of using it for Baking and Keat ing Water. A good stove to live by ia cold weather. The Radiant Shield & Oriental, ' Are handsome Stoves and Cheap. ; ' We have a most complete line of Cast and Sheet Iron : Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves, : . asd Bas9 Bnrning Wood Stoves- Our Castings are from Troy and AUssia iron in Will be found to excel in style, beauty and finish, and are uneqaled as wood savers. Our leading Stove is the FAMOUS ILLUMINATED HANSARD COOK, WMchUunsurpssfor THE NEW AMERICAN FOR 1?3, Has b i wodetfnUv improved and has su infront, and i. the finest mounted Cook Stov. in - i - - . r; TOE STEWART FOR 183 Will Um. -ant. of all who tling to name and prefer the shadow rather than the aubaUnce. IRON-CLAD LOW COPPER RESERVOIR STOVES. Afuniine k-'stove. aremucb - wove .. -;iWl- to their stove- THE WESTERN FARMER. . - " thTneate and nicest Stove that be afraid to Elevated Ovens and Of dUEerent , All our Stoves are Trimmed tt n nouow The Greatest THE HANSARD ' T .i j ...iiw nrinrmiiirt. th mm ouallti! that are combined iu this The lUchKioml IPalace Hange, Eeaolrts only tobe seen to besppreciated.'Ve furnish this with Sinjl or Double Oven, with or without Cast Iron Water Back. We are the Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated JSoynlon's Furnaces, , . .AND EITHER- PORTACLE On BRICK SET. Thev re the only Furnace that ha beenin use long enough to attain national reputation. They hav ' ' ' h.n tried with universal sitiataction ia Fremont for over IS year. A large Stock of Builders' Fanning Implements, Mouse uriiisliing Goods, Tawe ana Pocket Cutlery, Copper and Tin Ware, Hollow Ware, Wooden Ware Rope, c. We are Prepared to do Roofing and Eaves Trough on Short Notica. - A Word to Our Fiiends Who Think We Advertise Too MacL ' Tu this age business cannot be'sustained nnles. kept rore the public Business men are obliged to advertise, but the method of doini it differs. Some society as an advertising medium, other, adoot the imbihint- method and ni-Joce womlarons results by warming beverages, another soils the UlUeifthetoitc'''"y ith hi. si cos. One may build a church and profes. STo mate D7entte"rv tinie an account is paid, or sign "ery fmb-rription and endnrse er,- ?re-t-llSuMi taenia of official, is the common way of getting contracts and ineriaSguTiSeS ' TsS-, fair?, blowing hard and manipulating committees is another branch. Keg lieh i-Sed clerk. soU in manner and soft in brain, is one way o advertising, but "pensive. wV ?nS.V.n "sbov mthoda,and ar wilung that every one shall do that which seemeth rfcht ia thdr .t- For -ar part we prr printer S ink-, and experience ha. tanght a. that it i. llVe- chTa! letting the people know that w. have the good, and dasir. their trad.. . Fremont, Onio. ROBERT LtJOAS. nnusnally large stock assortment of ; ; ; . ; 1 : ; ' Stoves, Base Burner, Albany, and we shall U3e the very best Betting tut- "f ? mm t" - Go. ha. been, n " c r-vu call and look at it. . , Square Cook Stoves prices snd coalitj. with the very best Tin and TTT.-W.- ' v o. Novelty Out, PARLOR COOK. Hardware, Carpenters' T00I3, C. M. DILLON & CO.