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FREMOHT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. -FEID AT, January 16, 1874. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Walk quick. ' Drive steady. Chilli are prevalent. Colds sie fashionable. ' Sleichtag tnigbt be belter. . , Govern jocr understanding." , Fostoria, Sihdblt have 2S popU. - The boy bar tuned the (treat into a slutt ing rink. . Chicken stealing is complained of ia rural districts. The Erie Countv Court Honte. at Ssndus- ky, it aetxly completed. Eev. Waddle, ot rectos, received testimonial, at Christmas. Good ButUr it scarce, though commanding from 22c to 26c. per pound. , The Journal, the People Journal and eeaetiful Sugraving for 2,74. ' ' The Tiffin Prette (German) bat been en Urged to aa eight oolnmn paper. The river is now trosest over and ice dealers proipecta ae looting ssors favorable. Ges. B. Sterena ha been appoin ted agent for the B. P. S C. R. E. Co, at Tiffin. jt daughter el Mr. 7. T. Johnson, of Sandus ky, died suddenly at Ouaha, recently. There were thirty-eight marriage licenses granted in Hancock county last month. Henry township, Wood coanty, dedicated a new KTangelioal church on the ttfc lost. The Baltimore & Ohio R. B., commenced .running regular trains on New Year's day. Daring the month of December there were one hundred and seven arrests mode in Tiffin The new barrel and stare factory will be reedy fat operations about the middle of Feb ruary. - - - - - Urine on your orders for job printing. We are equipped with steam, and work at city price. TiSn Agricultural Works has jast afforded a dividend of It per cent., free of taxes; pay' able Feb. 6th. Hancock county claims to have about the smallest amount of delinquent taxes of any county in Ohio. Hi. J, W. Cbamberlin, of Carey, has been engaged as Secretary of the Tiffin Shoe Man ufacturing Co. Saml. Sherman, a farmer near Xorwalk, has just slaughtered two bogs weighing 875 pounds dressed. There waa recently shipped from Findlay, within, a period of six weeks, about 80,000 pounds of poultry. At Deshler, on the 6th, John Sigsrr, of that place, fell from a car, while switching, and reoeiTed fatal injuries. ' Tiffin Savings Bank has declared a dividend ot 1C per cent., for eight monthis, leaving a mall balance on hand. i udge Fox, of Korwalk, issued 275 marriage licenses during the year 1873 a falling off of 26 compared with 1872. .... Henry J. Flack, an old resident of Wyandot county, died at hie residence, in Upper San dusky, on the JOth nit. - We understand that Mr. H. H. Hardesty'i Historical Atlas of Ottawa County is complet ed and will shortly appear. . A two year old member of the twine fra ternity recently purchased at Fostoria, weighed 658 pocnJs. Tao fat to live.' It is in contemplation by the members of Fort Clinton Taruverein, to hold a .masquer ade ball on the 17th of February. Wood waa plentiful in the city .en Thursday and it waa some what difficult to evade the tempting offers mado by the farmers on the Street. Vermillion can boast of a ve teran of the war cf lSlf one Amason Washburn, eighty-five yean of age who receive a pension. A man, named McCarty, has beeu arrested at Zaaetvills) for stubbing, and stands bound over to answer the charge of manslaughter. The new iron bridge, in course of construc tion at Findlay being erected at a cost of 16,000-wUl, it ii expected, be finished thif week. The plane makers, at the Sandusky Tool Works, have struck, in view of recovering a lata reduction of twenty per cent, on their wage. A pound boat, belonging to Miles Fox, of the Fen insula, laden with lumber, was recent ly nearly wrecked in the Bay, off Johnson's Island. Jacob It- Mowen has secured the contract for constructing the kites Infirmary, next year, the cost of which is not to exceed 112,000. ..... In Zanesvtile, when roughs assail the police, a recess of twenty days is granted them from active life to indulge the attractions within a home institution. A fire broke out in the residence of Philip Beebricher, at Bellevue, on Tuesday evening last, but fortaaately was subdued before much damage was dona. The Sandusky Kes Salient Steel Works are ia "full blast" running day and night. Their chief manufacture is steel rails. This is "rail ing" with a vengeance." Envelopes printed at a small advance on eost, at this office. Have your card printed on the envelopes you use. It may aave you the loss of a valuable letter. Garvin cV Co, keep up a heavy shipment of hogs from this city. The heaviest animal they hare received this season, was fed in this town ship and weighed 480 pounds. On Thursday morning, the 1th, the body cf a colored infant was found floating in a pond, near the Shultx Hoose, in Forest, The mat. ier is under strict investigation. The 17th inst., is appointed for the annual election ef officers to the Ottawa County Ag ricultural Society. The election will talcs place at the Court House, Port Clinton. Sheriff Wiley, Tiffin, after two months ill ness, is now able to be oat, though very feeble. His official duties bare been performed, dur tojhil absence, by Ex-Sheriff EJwardCfcilds. A plot to break out of the Police Station at Toledo, and kill the turnkey if necessary ia order to do so, was discovered on Thursday last, and was frustrated by energetic meas- On Sunday last, at Bellevue, the remains of Mr. James Sawyer, aged seventy years, were conveyed to their final resting place. Mr. Saw yet had resided in that section thirty-eight year. The Lima CoieUa says "Dr. Henry Moss has returned to Lima, and is now a fixture here." Not a very strong recommendation ' for an M. D although a "rolling stone gathers bo moss." , . , The meeting of the Erie County Farmer's Club wiJ be held at the Brick Church, Per kins, oa the 29th inst, when it is proposed to discuss the propriety of organizing a County Orange. Dr. McCnnnelly and wife, of Vermillion, were recently complimented by a numerous surprise party o celebrate their "china wed ding," or twentieth year of matrimonial ex. perienea. BelleTue Building and Loan Association held its annual meeting on the 5th, when the net tMcurees of the society were shown to be 1 100,120.00. ' Amos Woodward waa elected president. An exchange says: "A hog without an ap petite, like the "lord of creation," lives with tittle pleasure to himself er profit to anybody Is. Sell him or kill him it won't pay to keep him." An exchange says : "Yesterday afternoon John and Eva AUenbeck, recently from Ger many, were married by Judge Strait No ' cards, no cake, no honeymoon, no nonsense." That was 'buainoss." Alexander Pew, for some time in tie office ef Byers & Gwynn, Tiffin, was recently on boa in res in New York, and one morning was found dead in bed. It is supposed that death resulted from paralysis. Clover seed appears to be scarce this season, while the market standard ia anything but tempting to farmers to yield what little they have. It has commanded f 5.25 but this week is quoted at only 15. t The Mayor of Findlay, by direction of the Jlomyjil el that village, sffers 1500 reward for the arrest of ineenuiarias. The number of fires which bare occurred in that Tillage recently has ocoaj toned this sc'ion. Eackle your rubbL?, may be considered taasihU ad rice to aoat jrson,(it not persons.) Wa hard of a rubber toring .recastiy been a to a a in in, of sum and and of of an to a found embeded in a deep snow track. Query What about "the bead if it was loose." A vistitor to Fremont on Saturday last, found a, pocket knife-was elated with his good luck almost crippled one of his fingers with his prise, and lost it before be got home. Moral never handle edge-tools not your own. On the evening of the 4tb, a little after nine o'clock, a fire broke out in the west corner oi Coltman's Block, Bholby, Ohio, and was not arrested until a loss of some f 20.0UO had been sustained oaly 15.500 insurance being held thereon. Mr S. T. Terry, manager of the Howe Sswing Machine Company, at Toledo, was, few deys ago, made the recipient of a gold headed cane, as a mark of respect on the part of the employes of the company within his jurisdiction. The Oity Band passed through Front street on Tuesday afternoon, by sleigh, to attend the festivities attendant on the nuptials of Miss Fenn with a Mr. Diedrich, at the resi dence of the father of the bride a few miles out oi the city. ' A Juvenile assistant in! our city was heard to remark that he was too bred to lay-down, wak about, stand up, or eat or drink. His waa indeed a pitiable plight, but like many more seriously afflicted with the same malady, he still survives. ' At a meeting ot the Bellevue Power Com pany, on the 6th, the condition of the firm was reported sound, and the following officers were elected: D. M. Harknees, president; B. F. McKim, J. B. Higbee, A. Woodward and B. Moore, directors. Tbe B. P. & C. B. Co., (Ohio Div.) is dos ing np its business in this section, says the Tiffin Star: CoL S. B. Johnson ha been suc ceeded by Mr. T. J. Fraxier. as assistant en gineer. CoL Johnson is to take chtr;? of the road between Deshler & Chicago. We understand that Garvin Co., ot this city, have already shipped, this season, about . . . . i - .i 36 tons of dried apples. i n pnee oi tmea apples is from 6c to 6 l-4c per pound, and judging from the present rate of supply from the country there are tons yet to be solo. The Light Guard Band will give their sec ond Annual Ball, at Fremont Opera Ball, on Wednesday of next week. We betpeak for the band a large attendance as tbe proceeds will be applied to the purchase of a Harmonica. The bind is an excellent one, and deserves en couragement. Two working men on te B. et U. it. xi., at Tiffin, were discharged by Mr. Jordon, their 'boss." Whiskey was next in order, and ele vated spirits duly called stones into requisi tion. Jordan and his remaining assistants were rescued by tbe police. All it cost the boys for their shindy was 1 62. At Toledo, on Thursday morning, about two o'clock, a thief broke into CLeeny's drug store, regardless of tbe presence of two police within few yards of him. Having first broken the window he was about to select his articles, bat spying the officers be bolted, when a lively obas eensued, ending in his arrest. Mr. Jared Wansor, residing near Norwalk, witnessed a novel conflict on the 7th. A stock bog and a colt wet a in a field together and engaged in combat, the colt getting decidedly the worst of it A three year old heifer came the rescue, but only to reooive a charge from the hog which killed bar almoit imme diately. The Blufftoa Standard says Frank Hagler, colored man from Fremont recmtlv started barber shop in their town. On Christmas night, as be was lesving hi shop oa Main Street, he was knocked down and f 11 taken from him. The thief used brass knuckles, and dragging his victim into an alley loft him in sensible. An officer from Deshler recently visited To ledo in search of a certain thief. Having made an unsuccessful search, be was sitting the police station when "his bird" walked soliciting a night's shelter, under the plea poverty. The atolen articles were found upon him, and he was treated to aa excursion back to D ashler to fare sumptuously of magis terial hospitality. Papa's Birth Day is the tittle of a beautiful engraving IS by 19 inches which sells for $3, tbe Peoples'- Journal is an excellent monthly subscription price (1. ' Yet wa furnish these with the Journal for tbe smsll of (2.76. Think of it, f 6, worth for $1.76, come in at once and subscribe. W make the above offer to all new subscribers, to all others, Come In. . ... The manufacturers of the "Silabury" engine, which was the lltttrngrr man's favorite, do business by payhig fees on sales. Thoy paid the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department at Toledo 1250 in order to get him to purchase one of tbeir machines, and then because be didn't buy any more from them, told on him and swore to their own guilt in the matter. Great is the "Silsbury," and great is the Itet ttnger m:ji. The trial of the negro Thomas for the mur der of Stephen Sawyer, of Bellevue, in J on last, was concluded in the Huron County Court on Thursday of last week. After reeeiv ing the Judge's charge, the jury retired, and after an absonce ot abeut an hour returned with a verdict of "not guilty in manner and form charged." Thomas was immediately discharged and received the congratulations of his friends. . A family ro-union of the Moore family was beld recently, at the residence of Mr. Jacob Moore, netr Bellevue. The family consists of five bro tors and one sister, all of whom, with the -rives of the brothers, were present Out of eleven, Benjamin was the youngest, being 60 years of age. They enjoyed a very pleasant timt and a few days after repeated the re-union at Mr. David Moore's. Four of them have lived in the vicinity of Bellevue thirty-eight yeus. An exchange credits two Fremont fellows with attempting to visit Tiffin on New Year's Day whereas, after driving about the coun try for some time, ia the evening they drove up to the hotel from whence they started, pre suming it to be at Tiffin. The bottlo of ice water they had possessed themselves ot had evaporated considerably. ' Now Mr. Exchange this is really unfair, to invade the tbrcshbold your neighbor to illustrate the mysteries of the bottle please moralize on the "wry" ways your own citisens before saddling others with "driving in ways unknown." Several weeks ago we published an article in regard to the operations of two patent jack swindlers named Jones, and Mills, who had salted an individual at Port Clinton, and were subsequently arrested and obliged to disgorge the note out ot which they had swindled the party. Af tor getting free of the law, Jones re turned to Sandusky and commenced opera ting on a German named Christian Gilden ha user, living about nine miles from that oity, the Columbus Pike. Tbe old man's son-in-law, named Bussell, agreed to become agent, when be and Mr. G. signed, as they supposed, order for jacks. It turned oat to be a note, which, after passing through several hands, was about to be traded for a pair ot horses, when the owner ot the horses bethought him see Mr. G. about it. The result was Jones was arrested, examined before the Mayor, and bound over to the Court of Common Pleas, in $500. This will probably be gratifying to sev erul in this neighborhood, who "saw" the man Jones. Talstfof Letters remaining in the Fremont Post-office uncalled for January 16th, 1874: Mr. Belter, Heannob Brown, Andrew Foos. William Heita, C. Ilock, Marian Jones, J. M. Moo ret-, art, J, H. Shaw, John Wodner, 11, Walhof, Moore Cory. We understand that Judge Sloan, as attor ney tor J. S. Eck, has commenced a suit against the L. S- & M. S. K. B. Co, for (10. 000 dammagos, for ejecting Mr. Eck from a train on the Southern Division. Mr. Eok's ticket was a return trip ticket and over seven days old, and the cocducter refused it Aocident. We luarn that on Weddosday last, at Burgeon, John Harrison, farmer met with a severe accident While engaged with horse-power sawing machine, by some means be got his hand entangled. The result was a complete laceeration of bis fingers, but we are glad to say that ha is net likely to loose any of his fingers. Two new store recently erected ad journing Mammoth Block, by Messrs. Adam Hodsr and Joseph Horn, are nearly fioiahsd. W understand that Mr. George Momoay, of Oak Harbor, has taken one of them for a res taorant and saloon. Tbsy an wall fioiahsd commodious tors , and will probably be com jUtod by U acd ef aaxt week. Quite a number oi cur subscribers havs taken advantage of our offer of the People' i Journal and the Sue stwel engraving in con nection with the Joussrsx. Any subscriber who has already paid to any part of 1874, can, by paying from that time up to January 1st, 1875, and the "So. additional, secure the Peo ple's Journal and th beautiful steel plate en graving. The Ottawa Seminal of a recent dato sttys th following sale notice was posted up in sev eral places in that town here ia a verbatim et literatim translation of it: Notis will be sole next tusdy was a iweek at John Fugs sicks mile on roily rode won hoss 4 yer roie won cow and calf wan silver spune won sow with pig by me. G Imbies. Election. On the 13th an election of Di rectors was held at the First National Bank, in this city, which resulted aa follows-. , 8. Birehard, Jas. VT., Wilson, A. H.MUler, B. B. Haves. A. W. Lnckev. Robert Smith and L. Q. Bawson. At a meeting of the Directors beld subsequently, S. Birehard was chosen President:' Jas. W. Wilson, Vice-President; A. H. Miller. Cashier: A. E. Bice,' Assistant Cashier. The Bellevue Germania Brass Band form ed a surprise parly, on Monday evening, and arrived here about P. on. a eomplimen tary visit to the City Band. At the head quarters of the latter they received a cordial greeting, and the two bands having spent a most agreeable evening in tbe rehearsal of soma of their choieet musical selections, the Bellevae friends resumed their "aleigh ride,' homeward, about 10 P. M. Greet Western Combination. Oar reader will remember Mis Gabrislla McKean and Frank Campbell whoa excellent acting during a short season here about a year ago, gained their favor. They are now playing a short engagement in this city, at Opera Hall, and to-night will appear in "Kathleene Ma voumeen" and Ccin Joe." ' They appear also on Friday and Saturday nights, end should have good audiences. Fair and Feetlval. The ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will hold their annu al Fair and Festival, at Opera Hall, on Thurs day evening January 22d, whoie there will be a presentation of Tableaux, Pantomimes, Sing ing, A a. Admission 2ic Refreshments extra. Oa the following day, Friday, from 12 M- to 3 o'clock P. IL, Dinner will be served in Opera Hall, and a cordial invitation is extended to all to be present Dinner 50c. New Uniform. The members of our City Band, for which Mr. Geo, Holdt is busi ness manager, have just received their new gold epaulette, which, together with their new plumes, (yet to come) are supplied by J. C. and F. Deecken, of New York, and they really present a very handsome appearance. The belts and straps are being manufactured in this city by Wm. Chas. Bellinger. The boys will make their first publio appearance' in their complete new uniform the first Monday after Easter. The Great American Consumption Remedy, Da. Wx. Hall's Eixsiic roa the Lungs, cures the worst coses of Coughs, Colds and all the diseases of ths Luxos, TiisoaT and Chest. Fob Whoofiho Couoh and Caocp it is a csetaik specitio. The most obstikatx casks surely yield to Hall's Balsom, when used perseveringly. Stands at the bead of all cough preparations. Sold everywhere. J OHM Hjsset, Cubras A Co., proprietors, 8 & 9 College Place, N. Y, . The jury whioh acquitted Thomas, besides rendering a verdict of not guilty, have render ed the following: State of Ohio, 5 In Huron County vs Common Plea. Nov. William Thomas. S Term. 1373. Defendcnt indicted for the murder of Stephen bawyer. -We, the jury cf the Petit Jury.before whom tho above entitled case waa tried in said court, sav. for the benefit of whom it mav concern. that while we agree upon the verdict of not guilty, w also unanimously oprtea by a vote takeu by us. that the said Stephon Sawyer came to his death bv homicide . and not suicide. Davtd JoHxsojt, Foreman. Norwalk, January 8, ls74. This stili leaves the question a to who was the murderer to be solved. . 1 A Connundrum. The Cleveland Leader prints verbatim a very earnest and important inquiry from a Clarksfield (0.,) correspondent who says: , . Clarksfield O Mr. editor Dear Sir as we have a dispute on playing Cards whether there is any more harm in playing our Comiu Cards for a musement Seen as oia sieage tnan it is tn gams tney Call 'others" we Say not for they axe all made of pastbord we would like your opinion on this anoer in our next weekly papor yours truly the, leader, and oblige M. The Ed. ot the Leader naturally hesitates to decide the moral question at issue and courte ously refers it to the Courier Journal, for solu tion soliciting, Brother Matherson's superior udgment Tbe lleeienger will have it that some body has been greased in order that the new steam er should be secured. It don't believe the members of Council could be bribed. It don't even consider that the Committee could be tampered with, or that any one in authority would permit such a thing, but then some one was greased without doubt If the editor is so certain that greasing was done, be Bhould call for an investigation, in order that he may be able to tell "what he knows about greas ing." Put the editor ef the ilettcnger on tbe stand and let him tell what he knows, not what he (opposes. The implication be make is a serious and an unmanly one, unless he is prepared to sustain it by positive testimony, and unless he does so sustain it he should meet with the contempt of all honorable men- Put him upon the stand, by all means, and let him either prove the truth of his intimation or prove himself a would be slanderer one of those fellows who impute much by a leer, or a wag of tbe head, or a cunning smile, or am biguous words, but have not the hardihood to make tbe charge direct, - Put him on the stand. Mathematical Problem. Daring tbe one trial ot the Clapp k Jones' engine, by her "jumping" three holes were worn through a section of hose, one section is worth 1125. Now, if this engine wears out one section of hose in one trial, will it not be a little too ex pensive to buy a new section every time it is takeu to a tiro or worked7 Metzenger. The above is a neat little problem ahowing th depth of wisdom, profundity of thought and mathematical nicety of, not only the ilet tenaer man, . but sundry other individuals, who are "jumping" oa the same tack. It is susceptible of solution. Tbe trial war one of five hours, with open throttles, and taking the Mettenger tUtement of the cost of hose as correct, the cost would be at the rate of $12.60 per half hour, which is not expensive. But if it costs (12.60 each half hour to run the Clapp & Jones, will th Mettenger and other friends ot the Patterson be good enough to in form us what it will cost to run a Patterson and allow her to eollaptt her boiler every thirty minutee, so that she cannot be repaired In two weeks. Or if tbe Patterson will burst on boiler in thirty minute how many will she explode in five hours. Give relative cost, &c, oh most sapient Forgery Arreat. On Tuesday morn ing but, soon after the banks opened, a woman accompanied by a small boy, approached the counter of the First National Bank, and pie seated a note which read: "Please let this woman have Two Thousand Dollars, and she will siju my name to the Note. " " A.B. Pbtmax." After reading the note and inspecting the signature the Assistant Cashier was satisfied th signature was fraudulent He mad var ious inquiries to detain her until th arrival of th Cashier, to whom he explaimed bis sus picions and gave the letter. Leaving the ot fide while the Cashier waa questioning her, the Aissistant found Mr. Putman, and at once explained matters to him. Mr. P. pronounced the note a forgery, and proceeded to the bank, but while engaged ia talking to th Cashier, th woman, who had evidently been uneasy for om time, slipped out Soon after Mr. P. had a warrant issued for her arrest and placed iu the bands ot a constable, who Succeeded in arresting her near the depot She was taken before Squir Elwell and after examination bound over te Court, and in default of bail committed. She gave bar nam as Jennie Smith, and hsr residence, it would appear, ia talUalttcaa.. . It la Only a few weeks since the M esien ger man led a charge against the Fire Depart ment, and called a meeting for the purpose of reorganising the "Old Department," as he called it He presided at the meeting, did Al and he made a speech, did he, and in his speech be wont for the Council vigorously, and demanded, and insisted, and protested, and menaced, and threatened, and weU and menaceu.aau , .1 La wanted two engines at once, right off in stonter, immediately, and 1,000 feet of hose, and two engines houses, and was going to re bel if the Council attempted to re-build on the old lot. Well, about 7 hours before All made that speech, the Council had voted to purchase two engines, had ordered 3,000 feet of hose, and recognised the fact that there should be two engine houses. Presto, change; no sooner did Al. discover that the Council had fore stalled bis advice, and taken the wind out of hi soils, and rendered his judgment of none effect thou he didn't want two enginea,-there was no place to put them, and thought the Clapp d. Jones might be a good machine, and nous would be better, he didn't want but on anyhow. He aint satisfied with the report of the Committee, though he waited upon it and got Us memorandum, but it was so complete ly convincing he would not publish it, as we did, but only gave its recommendation to the CouncU. Why is this thus? What influence procured the suppression of a full report, and an effort to malign the successful steamer; Come, bor: out with it Give the record. Be just and tear not and thou shalt live long and the compass of thy bay window shall be in creased. SPLENDID PREMIUM OFFER T every new Subscriber to the FREMONT JOURNAL, and every old Subscriber who end us 3.TS we will send for one year TSE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, sn extra size, thirty-two page, $1.00 magasine, con taining a rich variety of literary matter, adapted to the wonts of its large list ot readers and patrons. Its Literature is pure, elevated and invigorating, and it Is s great favorite in familiss, providing thought for the aged, and moulding a correct taste in the young. Its scientific record is not excelled by that ef any other Magazine, and Its editorials are short, spicy, and to the point It meets with unbounded endorsement, Is evsr progressive, ssd now finds a circulation in every State and Territory of the Union, and Is largc-ly supported in Canada. In addition to the "Joce b al," we will send to each subscriber of our paper s beautiful work of art, entitled PAPA'S BIRTH-DAY, a maguiicent steel engraving, 13 by 19 inches, after a design, by a celebrated French artist. It is s direct appeal to the affections, being path beauti ful and touching. The father's study door is ajar. His form is vis ible within, nis eyes rest upon sn open volume. and he is all unconscious of the surprise that awaits him. Outside the door are his two little daughters. Their hands are full of dainty flowers and choice presents, for Papa on his birthday. They approach the door cantiouely.in order to make the surprise of their gifts complete. Joy beams In their facse. The deep emotions of their hearts, are told In their smiles and loving, cautious glances. The concep tion of the Artist is truly grand, aud his execution fsultlees. ' The Engraving will be prized as a gsin by a'l who are fortunate enough to become its pos sesssor. It will look beautiful when framed, and being of large size, will ornament any parlor or sitting-room. The Subscription price of the Psoru's Jocxkal is SI .00 per year. Ths price of the Engraving is $3.00. we offer then to each new and renewing subscriber, In the shape of these beautlf al joint premiums, the sum cf $1.00 for ths smsll sum of 75 cents. Or adding this amount to tbe Subscription price of the Jocohal we give to them the value of $3.00 for the small sum ofi.T5 Send at once, or call, and take advantage of our munificent offer while It Is open. A. H. BALSLET, Editor it Proprietor Journal. Te Reduce Stock. I shall offer for ten days, 2-huttoa Kid Gloves, all sizes, at one dollar per pair. J. Joseph, Shirt Fronts. I bave oa hand a full as sortment of Shirt Fronts, which I am selling at greatly reduced prices. J. Joseph. Embroideries. Ladies desirous ot putchasing, should ex amine my large assortment before purchasing elsewhere. J. Joseph. Dorr ii Sou sell the celebrated Cleveland and Buffalo Shoes. Thoy can be relied on. Those Nobby Hats and Caps, Nock Ties vnd Collars, can be had very cheap, at the City Store, of A. Hoot & Son. Cross's is head quarters for Orgsns and anos the best and cheapest in the market. 23-tf Cents' Collars, Xeck Ties, Scarfs, &c.,in Great variety at Meng's. WALL, PAPER! WALL PAPER1 A small 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, Bulf, White and Green Linen, Cords, Tassels, Curtain Fixtures &c, &c, at McCulloch's. Call and see them Wanted, Immediately A good, stout WorkHorso. Apply to W. Depfksbauoh, opposite residence of H. Losher. WASTED A Bookkeeper and Cashier. Wages moderate. Address Box 101, Fremont, Ohio, in your own handwriting, giving ago, name, residence, experience (if any), and wages expected. Personal. Parties having- machines of us on lease will take notice that on and aftar Feb. 1, 1874 we will take up all ma chines oa which Bent for three months and over is due. 2-3 Leppbbeaw & Gbeesb. Wanted. Ladle Hair. The undersigned will pay the highest price for ladies hair, at his shop opposite Post Office, All kinds of Hair-work dene to order. 2-7 T. O. Eeose. SCHOOL BOOKS! A large and complete assortment of all the School and Text books us ed in the City or Coanty, just receiv ed at McCulloch's, Wilson's Read ers and Spellers, McGufiey's Read ers, and Spellers, Ray's Arithmetic, Guyot's, Mitchell's and Cornell's Geography and every other kind of School Books wanted. Paper, Ink Slates, Pens, Pencils, Rulers, Cray ons,fcc cheap. From the Bev E. A. HELJSERSUAVSElf, note of Camden, Alt. This certifies that I have used Miss Saw yer's Salve and eonttder it titperior to any other. I cheerfully recommend it to all in want of a good Salve. January 25, 1367. B. A. HeijIebSHACses Foot Warmers at C. M. Dillon A Co. MacMnesaadoperators will be furnished f ree of oaarge.on application atthe office No. 150roghanst.,toar,yandallpartis wishing atrialofthe"Lifht EoanlngDoaestis." "How to Go West." This is an Inquiry which every one should have truthf uUv answered before he starts on his journey, snd s little care token In examination of routes will in many cases save ranch trouble, time and money. Tbe Chicago, Burlington and Qatncy Railroad has achieved s splendid reputation In the last three years the leading Passenger Houte to the West. Stamng at Chicago or Peoria, it runs direct through Southern Iowa and Kebraska, with close connec tions to California and the Territories. It is also the short liue and best line to Quincy Missouri, and points in Kansas and New Mexico. Passen gers on their way westward cannot do better than to take this route. This line has published a pamphlet entitled "How to eo Wist," which contains much valuable in formation; a large correct map ot the Great West, which can be obtained free of charge by addressing the General Western Psssenger Agent Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Chicago, 111. DR. LIBBEY'3 Next visit to Fremont will be at the BallJHouae. Saturday, Jan. 24th, '74. The secret of his having so many patients is The Curea he ia making, Most of which have baffled the skUl of other physicians. Men's Holiday Caps in great variety. Wat ered, Seal, Astrakhan, and many new and beautiful styles, for Men, Boys and Mines, at Meng'a, Corner Forut and Crognan Street, Fremont, Ohio. Opened this day at Meng's, Corner Front and Crognan Street, an elegant assortment of Tapestry, Imperial, Moqueh and Veloin Slip pers, for the Holidsys. The Argand Coal Stove took the first pre mium at the Northern Ohio Fair. It is the only stove with abase flue and illuminated ashpit It is the most economical stove that can be had. Call and see it at U. M. Dillon & Co's. ... Lftttt aud Shingles. Amsden has again reduced his price. Shoe maker's Star Shingles, ilis own make or Lath, the best in the market We gauronteo the Argand Coal Stove to give more heat from a given quantity of fuel than any stove sold in this market Call and ie4 jt C. M. dillox ox vo. liook to your firesides. Xow 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. Driiox & Co. The best White Lead iu America is Echstein, Hills & Co., Phoenix Brand. Warranted perfectly pure, or given away away. McCalloch is sole agent for Fremont. 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 Boot and Shoe Store, Fre mont Ohio. 34 CHROMOSI CROMOS1 A new lot of beautitul Chromos jast received, at McCulloch's. J ust the thing for a present to wife, child ren or friend, or to beautify your own home. Call and see them. McCullouch 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, and plenty to suit your Qirl too. Fine editioas of the Poets, and a big assortment of Al bums, Pocket and Family Bible3. McCulloch's Horse and Cattle Powders are the best and cheapest in use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. . Misses' and Boys' Underwear. When Mr. Joseph wss in New York he did not forget the boy and girls. He bought Underwear for them and all can be suited. C. M. Dillon Co., are receiving a new and very Urge stock of cooking and heating stoves. A Bargain la Real Estate. We call attention' to the advertisement oi Mr. I E. Amsden, In another column, of his Valley Farm. Thu is one of the most desira ble small farms in the county, and lie is otter ing it very cheap and on easy terms. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons found hunting or otherwise tres passing on the premises al the undersigned will be prosecuted to tbe full extent oi tbe law. Oliver Vooorbies, Da7id Fence, . John Ziegler, Andrew Voorhies, George King, Solomon Warner, Samuel Klinger, John Fabicg. free: op charge. Call at Thomas, Grand & Lang's Drug Store, in Fremont, and get a sample bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup, Free of Charge. It has lately been introduced in this country from Germany, aud for any person suffering a severe cough, heavy cold settled on the breast, consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs it has no equal in the world. Our regular size bottles 75 cents'.' Two doses will relieve anv cose. Try it. Also, Green Autrust Flower will cure dyspepsia. Sample bottles free of charge. Try it V"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 Analine Dyes for all Colors. All kinds of Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnish, Glass, Brushes, kc., of the best quality at McCullochs. A better Bemedy can not be found for Whooping Cough, Coughs and Colds than McCullooh's Balsam of Hoarhound, it has been tried thirty five years and proven reliable every time. Only 25 cents a bottle. Now is the "time to buy your Overshoes and Eubber Boots. Dorr A Son have them in abundance and cheap. Call and examine. Hats and Caps. Broadway and Trade styles of Silk Hats, alsoaneuormousassortment of. -andSaX' ony Hats, in all the latest sty P. Mene's Boot and Shoe and Hat a tore We open this week two hundred and thirty- six coses Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Many more coming on contracts made while east in July. Prioes twenty per cent, less than our competitors in this city or neighbor iag villages can tell same quality of goods. Please call and inspect stock and prices. 34 S. P.MSKO. If you want Boots, for $1 to 13, go to A. Hoot & 8on. Men's Shirts and Drawer s. Joseph fc Co. offer these goods at much lower prises than they can be tad at any other establishment in this City, those in want wilt find it to their iuterest to call on them at onoe Fine Shoes. Larceluvoices 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 atreets.Fremont, O. March 22, 1873. The U. T. K. Shoes are sold only by Dorr A Son. . Ladies will find then the best in the market. Sew stock for ths fall trsds received by Dir Son. ) S a ve your Hay by getting a good Feed Cut ter. C. M. Dillon ox Co., have a good cutter that they offer low. It is Not Generally Known That the shortest possible route between the East and Great West is through St. Louis, over the St r ..!. ITonoaa C.itv And Vnrthprn Rhnt T Thu road haa eained surprising importance by , ,mmM1M erncitores iu th. .ttJ. reason of immense expencitures Iu the last two years, of over two million dollars, beeide&cammgs, in improvements of road-way, in relaying their line with host quality of new steel and iron rails, on broad new ties, and by substituting for ordinary cars, new reclining chair coaches,elegantly carpeted and ntted, with dressing rooms with toilet conven iences for ladles, gentlemen and families traveling with children, xciihout any extra charge. This line runs six fast Express trains between the Missis sippi snd the Missouri Rivers, two more than any other road, and connects with all the great Land Grant Roads In the West, and has adopted all mod em appliances for comfort, speed and safeguards against accidents, including night and day watch men, who Inspect the road before and after tbe passage of each train to see that everything is in order. We recommend those contemplating s trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas City snd North ern Short Line, it being the only line running through cars between St. Louis and Omaha, and for tickets over this excellent line refer our readers to any Ucket agent selling through tickets to the West. For map, circulars and time tables address either Geo. D. Teller, Buffalo, N. T.; or P. B. Groat, St Louis, Mo either of whom will f urish any information desired. Go West Through St. Louis. To all who are seeking new homes in or are about to take a trip to Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oregon or California, we rec ommend a cheap, safe, quick and direct route by way of St. Louis, ever the Xittouri Pacific Through Line. It is equipped with fine Day Coaches, Buck's Reclining Chair Cars, Pullman's Palace Sleepers, the famous Miller Safety Platform, and the cele brated Westlnghouse Air-Brake, and runs it trains from St Louis to all principal points iu the West irithout change. We believe that the htiwwri Pa cific Through Line has the beat track of any road west of the Mississippi River, snd 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 st St. Louis 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, cither over the Missouri, Kansas & Texas R. R., via Sedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R. R.. via Vinita. For Maps, time tables, information as to rates routes, &c, address S. H. Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General pascenger Agent, St. Lous, Mo. Question! will be cheerfully and prompt ly answered! Cheap Farms for Sale-Easy Terms. '1 ne Atlantic & rocinc rtaiiroaa company oners 1,200,000 acres of land in Central and Southwest Missouri, at from $3 to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free transportation from St. Lonis to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, schools, churches and law-abiding society invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruitt- and flowers. For particulars address A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. "How to Go West." Married. .Tnnarv 4th. 1S74. at tbe residence of the bride. by Rev. M. Long, Mr. Geo. Bedtield snd Hrs. AKMS SKISUTEL. SPECIAL NOTICES. Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centaur Liniment will not re lieve, no swelling it wlll'nut subdue, and no lameness which it will not cure. This is strong language, but it is true. It has ipty-ptZ produced more cores oi rneu- matum, neuralgia, locajaw, paisy, sprains, swellings, caked-breasts, scalds, burns, salt rheum, ear-aone, dec, upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, Ac., upon ani mals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since the world began. It is a coun ter-irritant, an all heolingpain reliever Crip- pies throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless, and the wounded are healed without a scar. is no humbug. The recipe is published arouad 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 certificates of re markable cures, including frozen limbs, chron ic-rheumatism, gcut, running tumors, &c, have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, Sc, gratis. to any one requesting it. One bottle of tbe yellow wrapper Oentaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweemed horses or mules, or for screw-worm in shtep Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at tention, no family should be without (Jen fanr Liniment. Sold by all Druggists. SO cents per bottle; large bottles $1.00. 3. B. Boss & Co., 63 Broadway, New York. Csstorla is more than a substitute for Cos tor OiL It is the only tare article in exist enee which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic, and pro duce natural sleep. It contains neither mine rals, morphine or alcohol, ana is pleasant to take. Children need not cry, mothers may rest. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Ifanni Relief for Youdk men from theeftecte of Errors and Abases in earlylife. Man hood Ri-atnred. Imnedlmenis to Mamaee removed New method of treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Books and circulars sent free, sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. S South Ninth St., Philadelphia, ha. an Insti tution having a high reputation for honorable con duct and professional siciii. The Household Panacea, and Fasnilr Liniment is the best remedy in the world for the following complaints, viz.: cramps in me i.iiu'j ruu aiuw- matism in all its forms, Billious Colic, Neuralgia, rihrti,.. rvRntnr. CnldB. Fresh Wounds. Burns. r-h. f mil in ine atomacn. duwuib. or owe, ituu- Sore Throat, Splual Complaints, Sprains and Bruis es. Chills and Fever. For Internal and .External n ... It nnerstion is not onlv to relieve the patient, hnt 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 ttie niooa. Tbe Household Panacea is purely Vegetable and All Healing. Prepared by CURTIS & BROWN, No. 815 Fulton Street, New York. For sale by all druggists. Thirty Years' Experience of an Ula iNurse. mr. TV i ntlow'l Soothing- Kyrnp isihesrescripllon of one of the best Fe- ml Phvv.ir.iHns and Nurses in the United States, mrti h 1mm used for thirtv vears with never fail- i I, '.7 OU fntv find auccetfa bv millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects acidity ot ma stomacn. re lieves wind colic, regulates the bowels, aud gives rest, health and comtort to mother and child. W e believe it to be the Best and Surest Remedy in the World, in all cafes of DYSENTRY and DIAH RHCEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Fall directions will accompany each bottle. None genuine un less the facsimile of CURTIS A PERKINS is on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicinu Dealers. Children Often Look Pale and Sick from no other cause than having worms in the Giomscn. BROWNS VERMIFUGE COMFIT8 ,in riMtm, vnrmi without injury to the child, be. ing perfectly WHITE, ond free from all coloring or other injurious ingredients usually used in worm preparations. CURTIS & BROWN, Proprietors, No. SIS Fulton Street, New York. Sold bv Diunaiitt and Chemutt, and Dealtrt in Medicinu at Twestt-hve Cents a Box. The most Wonderful Discovery of tbe 10th Century. Dr. S. D. Howe's ARABIAN MILK-CURE Tor CONSUMPTION, And all Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST and LUNGS, (The only lledlcina of the kind in the worm.) A Substitute for Cod Liver Oil. Permanently cures Asthms, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, Loss of Voice, Shortness of Breath vstarrn, croup, cougus, coiuo, iu uj, llae angle, rnce $i per noiue. awv, Dr. S. JD, HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier, Which DIFFERS from oil other preparations in its lUMIDUTE ACTIOS Upon IUO LIV ER, KIDXEl'S ASD BLOOD. It is purely vegetable, and cleanses the system of ..n hniiria It rtcht uu. and makes Pure. Rich Blood. It cures Scrofulous Diseases of all kinds, removes Constipation, and regulates. For 'GENERAL," "LOST VITALITY,' and "BRO-KEN-DOWJ CONSTITUTIONS," I 'cnallenge the 19th Ccnturv" to And its equal. EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN 60LD Frlce Ii per Boiue. Bold by 8 BCCKUND SOIf, Sole Agents for Fremont, Ohio. DR. 8. D. HOWE, Bole Proprietor, 151 Clumbers St, Hew Xork. EAT GO. W. jL. J32HCD2H FREMONT, This week will be appreciated by those who wish to buy GOODS CHEAP for Cash NOTHING LIKE IT SINCE 1837! Yon will have to go back 36 years to match the LOW PRICES we are now sellis our entire STOCK OF DRY GOODS, FURS AND CARPETS at G-ENUINE COST SAI.E! The Low Prices we have made this week on Prints and Mins astonishes everybody. Now is the Time to Buy at Great Sacrifices. In less than 20 days Goods must OF THB OHIO. ST SALE RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY—GOING EAST. A. K. A. U. p. v. 6:30 6:SS 7:09 T.M :M Leave Toledo . 10:1 Fremont Clvue 11:35 6:45 Mouroevills 18:04 r.. 8:3S Arrive Cleveland S:1S 11 K GOING WEST. A. M. t. sr. r.u. :50 7:19 6:46 9:86 :35 l(i:0T Leave Cleveland Monroeville Clyde Fremont Arrive Toledo 6:95 8:S5 9:08 9:2 10:60 8:06 11:40 Way Freight. some iabt. eoiso west. Leavs Fremont, 9:47 A.H.lLesve Fremont a.st " " 18:15 r.u.i " " 3:85 r.M- u t j " LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RAILWAY—GOING SOUTH. Leave Fremont, 9:85 A. X. 6:45 p.m. :7 a. k. " Fostoria, 10:4 7:50 10:06 " Findlay, 11:05 8:40 1:50 T. . Arive Lima 1:00 r. w. 11:00 6:00 GOING NORTH. Leave Lima. S:45a. k. 8:30 r. K. -.X) A. JC. " Findlsv, S:S5 4:30 1:15 r. . " Fostoria, :0 6:17 8:60 Arrive Fremont, 7:80 4:80 4:48 MARKETS. FREMONT RETAIL MARKET. PRODUCE. Cheese 0c. Potatoes 5380 Butter S02Sc'Onions ll.SS 1.H Egos iOclGreen Apples... ..40vS0c Lard by the keg.. 6c Dried Apples per lb 8 " retail....... lOclDried Peaches Oc Tallow, wholesale 6c,Festhors 80c retail.... otj nuui Potatoes $1.00 GRAIN. Wheat White 1.B0 Buckwheat. WheatRed . . .tl.401.45j Rye Corn oHS5Scoats 3fi340c SEEDS AND HAY. Flax seed.. Timothy seed $2.S03.'J0 Hay per ton. . 18.00 FLOUR AND MEAL. Eed Wheat Floor I White Wheat Flour per bbl sr.oui per ooi o.w Eed Wheat Flours Com Meal per cwt.. 1.48 per bbl &.ou iuu FREMONT WHITE LIME. Atthe Kilns, per bash GROCERIES. SUGARS. Brown, per lb.... lucWhite per COFFEES. Rianerlh S83uc, Java 3c TEAS. v nmn fioa 1.20 JaDon socai.oo Imperial $l.ssGuopowder...Ua31.0 Oolong stxai.ooi MEATS. Hogs Pork, per bu., K.UV Beer perm Mutton per 111 Veal - Corn Beef.... SVlic TaUc Tilsc 8c. FOWLS. Chickens per n....fi6c Ducks per ft . TnrkevH nnr tfc 10c Geese Der lb. .. c Dressed Chickens. . 10c DreBsed Ducks per lb. ISc Dressed Turkeys... 14c i Dressed Geese per lb. 6c SMOKED MEATS. per Shoulders.... OclDriedBeef.... 17c LUMBER. Per M.i $13 Cottonwood .. So Pine. dear.... Per M. n ..45,55 ,.1420 ...w.oo White Ash., Poplar . Black Walnut 30'S.45 Pine, common SfiXNOL3...t4.00(S.!9LATH TOLEDO MARKET. TOLEDO, O., Jan. 14, 1874. WHEAT, CORX, future delivery 8S68c OATS se HOGS DRESSED $a,W36.60. NEW YORK MARKETS. NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 1874. WHEAT Bed Western, $1.X31.6S COHNSS!aS9c. PATS Strode LIVE STOCK MARKET. BUFFALO, Jan. 14, 1873. 8HEEP 4.60(3.o:6 HOGS 6.5C&5.0 MiSS SAWYER'S SALVE. J"'" i i; :: ' SI : 1 :V bit i ,i- ..Ms; T"TEI?E yon haro a salve eombin- soothing and i L hciling propr rtiea, with no Uanyorousi ingred ient. A remedy at hand fur tlte many pMn and uckt'8, wounds ar.d bruiws to which tlcnh is htdr. Is morj enailjr applied than many other remedies, rwver producing a bad c fleet, but always relieving however sewro. It is prpared by Mint Sawyer, who hat used It n her uwn pxtctieive treatment ci the skis, for icnrly twenty years, witt-- reat shccpm. Tito principal dlaoasca for which this naive In roo 2in:nc:d'd ora, ChilU-iin J?hft:r.iatihit File. cff:At, (XU Ulcer Suit Rheum, Sprain, Burn, rever Sores, Frlwi. Pimple. JCrytiptla, Sort E?t?s. fttrbtr9 Itch, Deane, BuiU, iiing-vorm. Corn, JiUr of Jmfvt, Cancrr, Toothache, Ear-ten-', Sort Xip)dc., UgUIii, Swollen Jirecut, Itrh. SalJ J-il. Teething, L'iitrpj-td Ihmd. SralJ. Cefit, fit'uiiea, Crottp, CratkeU Hps, :td om.' on Children It never latW to euro Ulicuirmtlsm if properly .pplicd. Hub it on well with thu.hund throe lime t d.iy. Iri fcuveral cos It ha rtirt-d pahlf d Hmb. i'or PiU it ban besn discovered to bo a sure rem- ly. Person that have been afllkied for years i;;vo bae;i relieved by a ftw pplicntion. JTor y lipeUti it work wonders, allnyitjg the iuflummafion n ffik'Unsr the patient, For Chapped snnd it nroducif eui'O immediately. I-et ttttme with Sab Ifh'-vm o'uiii tnis Rah?, :! r.nply it freely, ana :liey will ii wl it iitvhmMe. H is e.d in cntwa of S'-rv-'ulx and Tauter. C-tnar hae been enrcd rrilh lr. Tlie b.-st H -Ive ever ii v.r.ted for Sicoilen Bn'aii a-id Sor A'ippfei. Ni way injurious, but sura to arturd relict. Sorter Wtah JTyra Uub th ; liJ seitly.onccur twice a dr.y. Cures deaf .t.s't p-ttt"T in tins c:r on a pi-ce cf cutton. 'Sot i'cli-x tliin in superior to anything known. xor Pinj-i.9 ibji a--t like a charm. For Bum .nd S' Ula;, ap;-.?y tlte Salvo at once and it gives tmnic I'.aij relief. For Old Sores, apply cv-co 9 X t am.v g the lcat cf tlie Invaluable properties f tAvvE:t's Balte cru Its bttncliciai tffcct-i o't ttt'j hair. UuUUed 0:1 the scuip, lu five or six d.iTrtiit parts, it promote tho growth of tho hair, prvenU it turuii'K gray "d on baid npU it pro lijoes a new growth of hair. Ko lady should be ri'.hoirt tin? invaluable article n sn Indispensable cj-.mctI-3 fur tho tctiet. It eradicate dandruiT and titmice fr u tlte bead, and blotches and pimple fro: rrs. J:L1ZABTI COOJIBSy rv:uukk. Brunswick, April 4, 1SG7. if.? I GAV.-yr.lt: I recti vvd your letter Jtit even . a:wi waa very glad you concluded to Jvt Da as-? your tfaive. 1 think l can do wed with it, snd it vlfi bu quite an accommodation to Biy liutfbttnd, a ht can no t geialang tcitkotU ii. liu hus tried evcrrtnin elsu and Inu nuver found anything that heaU-i his iega that rialva of jours, and we have ba'h fiun.I it to be all. and even ntore, then fou reconi'iKTid H to be. Wu have hod it in the fcmiiy live w fix years, and have used it for everything, and cau truly sxy tr have never found it etjual. I n e it for a weak back, and it ncu like a cluirjn. Mr. Coorabs had a Fever Sore on hi Ug jor thirl j icar. and would b: a cripple to-day, if At hid not found a rcnudj in your Solve. It keeps it huuUd. and takes out te inflammation, proud ilceh and swellinp, and doef for him all that fie can ak. I can recommend it for a ?ood many things that von havo not. for I ue it lor everything. I consir it inva!jiblo in afamily. If you can put tin tvt.iaouy toother, and It can bo of any ser vice toyoa. vnu rre welcome. Ywrs.&c., ELIZABETH COOilBS. TC TITS AFFLICTED. If yocrDragi:.t.3 out cf the Salve, ard npeets to koep supplied, send sixty cents ai dirvewd bo iow, aud receive a box by rtn malt. Put np In Large Boxes at faO Cnta A (neiu ly three time r luro as the box l epresenUHi a-ttvu). I'renarcd by ifiSti C SaWVBU, d4 put up by ti. M. ROBBINS, Wboleeal and Uetall Druggist, Rockland. Ma. A Trial Box sent free bv mall on rceei:t of sixty cenu, by L. M. ZiOttlUNS, Rockland, Mo. t:iis VALUABLE SALVE I3 BOLD BY &L DKALEU3 IS ForSaleby.C.B.MoCTJIXOCH, Frenoat. NOTICE. TIIE Asnnsl Mtetinz of the Stockholders of ths Laks Erie snd LonlsvUl Rsllwsv Compsnv,for the election of Directors sad such other oasmess as msv come before the meeting, will be held st the office of tbe Company in Fremont, Ohio, en Wedaesdsv, Fshmrv 4th, 1874, st 10 o'clock,!. 1L 14 . W. H. AiSDKiWS. Sect. 0. M. DILLON. Invite attention to their and splendid Dillon k Cooking & Heating Stoves, Coal & Wood Stoves, Eanges & Furnaces, AT PniCES THAT CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE. We offer as the Best Coal The Argand The only Stove made with tbe Base erless Grate, and the JLUaminated Ash fiL It Keeps a continuous nre. The Mansard Base Heater, . : 1 Is unique in design, with the advantage of using it for Baking and Beat ing Water. A good stove to live by ia cold weather. The Sladiaxit Shield & Oriental, Are handsome Stovea and Cheap. We have a most complete lineof Cast and Sheet Iron Parlor Stoves, Box Stoves, and Base Bnraing Wood Stoves- -' Our Castings are from Troy and Albany, and we Bhall UBe the very best Basaia 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, Which Is nnsorpessed for Broiling;, Baking and Heating Water. Everv person that likes good Broilsd which uouri BeeiJteak for breakfast ought to bay s llsnssra Coon. , THE NEW AMERICAN FOR 187. Ess beesi woderfullv Improved snd hss sn fflnmissted front, snd is the finest mounted Cook Stove In the market. , THE STEWART FOR 187 meet the wants of all who ding to name Will .IRON-CLAD LOW COPPER RESERVOIR STOVES.. A fall Bne. TW are mnch more . """'fbewitaoat hot water attschmenu to their stovt. THE WESTERN FARMER. P the neatest snd nicest Stove that has been offered in Fremont. Don t .. . . be afraid to call and look at it. . Elevated Ovens and Square Cook Stoves i Of different sises, prices snd quality. AU our Stoves are Trimmed with the very best Tin and HoUow Ware. v " . - .. . : l : ' Tho Greatest Novelty Out, THE FilAIMSARD PARLOR COOK. ' Van neW conceived, nor woman either, prior to 1871, the rare qualities that are combined In thi neat fuS ve I? istargnoogh to do a washing on, so handsome that it is St to sdorn anv parior, id sdaptiS I for BakingTBroiling and Heating, ft Is just the Stove for ail who desire to economise. The Hichmoiitl Palace Hange, We are the. Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated Boynton's Furnaces, JPOtt. CO JUL. OR WOOD, AND EITHER PORTABLE OR BRICK SET. Thev srs the onlv Foresee that has been In use long enough to attain a national reputation. Thsy have lmT 'been tried with universal satisfaction m Fremont for over 19 vears. . - A large Stock of Builders' Hardware, Carpenters' Toob, Fanning Implements, House Iirnishing Goods, Tabls and Pocket Cutlery, Copper and Tin Ware, Hollow Ware, Wooden Ware Rope, &c . - We are Prepared to do Roofing and Eaves Trough on Short Notice. A Word to Out Iiienda Wlo Think We Adrertiaa Too Unci. t- iwi. . vm.ir,.nT,nt he abstained unless kept before the publ!c. Businessmen sreobMred , J'LTniTJ ? mefbod of doing It differs. Some nse society as an advertising medium, oth..rs , ?EMh nfhod snd prwnc. wonderous results by warming beverges,snoth.Vsotls ihe '.ttmiae-Berj with his signs. One mav build a church and p.-ott fences and def scesthe ' beauty ra Uplid or ,ign eTerT ahscription and endorse every pro- piety, or makepreriiBev oiling the palms oi officials is the common way of getting contracts and icct whether wliunvn. j, biowtog UrA and aunipnting committees is another branch, increasing basmess. . u ln mulatr uj soft in brain, is one way of advertising, but eipenalva. Keeping bove methods, and are willing that everv one shall do that which seemeth W .condemn nooeoi fQroat ws pjin,.. inki tod experience has Uugbt as that it Is th fkchet and ost easiness like wsj of letting the people know that we have the goods sod Fwmont, Ohio. C. II DILLON & CO. - ROBERT LUCAS. Go. unusually large stock assortment of and most beautiful Stoves, Base Burner, - Heating Fine, and the Patent Clink- 3 ' ! TBI tP and prefer the shadow rather than the soestsoos.