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A . H .2 ALSLC Y, Editor. ifi-UJMONT, OHIO. n:r2n Jue 19, isi4. ' T ?7 .liil IioK Carlos is reported to Lave r.Iere-i the execution of a number f Canist officers, for treason. " It is now asserted that the two Dtinocratic.pspera cf Toledo will c.fek-sce, and issue a morning paper. No great probability of any fi nance bill this session, unless Con rres3 postpones its adjournment whicli now seems probable. Akd now Secretary Delano comes 'in for his share. The retiring com nisbioners think he is too loose on asking contracts, and needs tight ning. Room for another investi gation committee. W. W. Armstrong notifies the wn Id at large that he will not be a undulate this fall for the Demo r&tlc nomination for Congress in his District. His semces are ex 1 naively engaged upon the Flain Oealca. There is joy in the bosoms of the rest of the aspirants. . Tee Conference Committees on the currency bill report was signed Ly all except Clymer, of Penn., The bill as agreed upon provided for free banting, the retirement of 371 per ccut of greenbacks as National Bank notes were issued and provides for redemption to commence Jan. l IS 78, the redemption to be in gold or 4J or 5 per cent bonds. It also re leased National Bank reserves ex cept five per centum. The Senate passed the bill as agreed upon by the committee, but the House proved refractory and the result was it3 ref erence to a new committee. And so "runs the world away." There is a class of newspapers which are not mentally capable or understanding that the release of the bank reserve would be an increase of the active circulation, but would not be inflation in the sense contem plated by Mcrton, Logan and their confreres in Congress. It seems necssary, therefore, to explain once more, for the benefit of the Cleve land Herald, Mr. John Hopley's paper, and one or two others, that what is known as the bank reserves are legal tender notes already issued and stowed away by the banks as security for their circulation. The responsibility of the government for those legal tenders is just tne same, whether they are issued for active use as currency or kept locked up as at nresent- For various reasons that we have again and again ex plained, it is now thought that the national bank notes are sufficiently secured by bonds, ect, 60 that the legal tender reserves might safely be set free. Inasmucn as so many peo ple are clamorous for more active currency, the Leader has advocated the release of the reserves, because that was Ike only tccty iu tchich more money could be secured without in creasing the responsibilities of the government, without postponing by a day the return to specie payments. Leader. After the above explanation which the Leader has arisen to make, it would of course be out of order to raise a question as to its soundness, but at the risk of being called to or der we cannot help remarking that its explanation is not all light. We would propound a conundrum. If he establishment of free banking hould result (under the reserve lause) in requiring all the legal ender notes which liHve been issued o be held as bank reserves, how juch would it increase the respon ibility of the government? No one iota; but the quantum of circu lation would be materially increased and the condition of the country bet tered. Its own bonds (for which it is already responsible,) would be de posited to secure a circulation from which it would realize a tax of one per cent., while the greenbacks for which it is already responsible would be held as reserv es in banks. With the banks would rest the duty of procuring the legal tender notes from those in circula te hold them as reserves, substitu ting for them National Bank curren cy, and not one particle of additional responsibility would rest with the government. In this way, every dollar of the circulation would be secured by a species of property which the Leader has repeatedly admitted was worth more than gold Financial. The President's financial theory is thus expostntated with by the New York Post, than which their is pre--hips no abler paper in the country. About $400,000,000 of currency, legal tender notes and fractional cur rency would be stricken out of exist ence "at a blow.and without allow ing that we should during the next twelvemonths accumulate the larg est amount of gold which any one thinks possible coin to substitute more than one half of it. When we consider that this legal tender cur rency forms the very foundation; not simply for bank credit, but every other kind, 6ome idea of what would follow by taking away that founda tion can be inagined. People who can only appreciate the tangible have only to imagine some power which, on a given day, could at one slide withdraw the first fctory from ever building on Man hattan Island and the exercise of that power to get an idea of what the result would be. Of course every edifice on the island would be in ruins. What would be thought of such n proposition ag a remedy for ixcessively high buildings? or, ap plying it to the financial structure, what can be thought of such a meth od for putting the structure on a ound basis? The Cincinnati Gazette eays : This plan would pay and burn the -.hole volumeof legal tender notes ,ow 3S2 millions together with -he fractional notes 48 millions or 430 millions in all, as fast as they :ould be paid at the Treasury couri ers. This would leave 353 million ' snk notes as the whole of the pa yer currency of the country, being a ontraction of more than 54 per ixnt. . The eHect of this contraction of ac circulation will be a correspond ing appreciation of money in its gen eral purchasing power, which will be marked by the fall in the price of commodities. The dollar will buy twice as much of ail commodities as before; that is to say, it will take twice as much of labor, produce, manufactures, &c, as before, to buy the dollar. The man who has bought a farm, a house, a shop, a factory, a stock of goods, or other thing for which he owes the Durchase. will find that it any half will take the whole to pay the debt. Massacre in the Land of Anam. Early in the seventeenth century, French and Spanish Jesuits obtain ed a foothold in Cochin China, on the eastern side of Farther India, as the result of their missionary ef forts, the Emperor .Gya Long, at the close of the last century embra ced their faith and a Roman Catho lic hierarchy was instituted contin uing till the death of the Emperor, when it was overthrown by his suc cessor, and since the Catholics have undergone a continuous persecution. To supress these, in 1858-61-62 ex pedition were sent out by France and Spain, the result being the ces sion to France of territory and the signing of a treaty giving France commercial advantages and guaran teeing protection to Christians. The conditions of the treaty so far as protection to Christians was con cerned were not kept and local dis turbances were frequent up till tha 24th of February last, when simul taneously throughout the province, the storm broke. After sacrificing to their gods, the people of a Budd hist village caught and beheaded the two servants of a French priest and a native Christian, throwing their bodies into the river. Three Christ ian villages were fired, all the inhab itants that could be found were mas sacred, and those that fled were next day tacked by bloodhounds and burned alive. Other villages were attacked and burned, their inhabi tants perishing in the flames, cut down with swords, or thrown into the river. In some plrces they took entire families, father, mother, and children, tied op in a bundles with bamboos, and drew them into town, A mission containing about ten thousand soul3 was thus wiped out of existence. The priest of another mission a village of over four thous and Christians was attacked, three hundred killed, and the reminder scattered. In the village where the priest lived the Christian wera for bidden to leave their homes. A few women went out to get food to keep their children from starving: and were at once beheaded, and the work of slaughter commenced. The priest was busy hearing confessions and absolving those who expected death every moment At last the priest and some of the villagers fled for safety to the coast and took refuge in a coasting junk. Of those who remained, the men were all behead ed, but the women and children were spared. Later news, just received, say that in one bishopric ten thous and persons, or one-eighth of the whole number of Christians, have already been massacred and the woik of butchery still goes on, the Bishop himself, who sends the news expecting to fall a victim. LOCAL MATTERS. LOCAL MATTERS. OUR MANUFACTURING FIRMS AND Leading Business Houses. HAFFORD'S CARRIAGE FACTORY. TORY. HAFFORD'S CARRIAGE FACTORY. A Time-Honored Local Manufactory Tha business of another of oar city's "old stand-bys" has this week earns under our no tice, that of Mr. E. P. Hafford, who hrs held his own steadily since he first embarked, (over 23 years ago) on the same lot. In 1S51 Mr. Hafford purchased a quarter of an acre, where his factory is yet run, upon which was a rude, one-story building, with no better prospect in front of it than an orchard, where the Ball House Hotel now stands, and even surround ings of a far leas interesting churacter. He soon fell to work and by care and attention found a growing business rewarding his ener gy. Bat in 18.j8 a dire reverse befel him in the loss of his shop by fire incurring a loss of some $2,000 which to one so young in business was no inconsiderable blow. But witn inherent pluck he lost no time in replac ing bis old shop by the present one which when new was in those days a creditable com parison with the city architecture. And here, with a steady will and fixed purpose in view he has ever sinoe remained an i prospered with no higher ambition than that of merit ing by honest and liberal trading to secure eventual success. And to his honor, may it be said, fortune has indeed favored him. Not only does he remain at his post, but has se cured a large and influential connection in this and the adjoining counties, where Haf- ford's name has become proverbial, not only for the best workmanship, but the soundest material. His business is exclusively in light work, and as a rule, with a corps of twelve hands he keeps up a steady trade, year in and year out, making or repairing to order, with little disposition to witness a standing or ac cumulating stock to attest to his handi-work it being a rarety for him to have two or three buggies on hand. His smith, Jucob Magrum, is a tried servant with him of over 21 years' standing true as steel and the majority of t!"s other employees are of six or eight years' experience in the firm. In addition to new work everything in the way of repairs receive prompt and careful attention. Mr. Hafford is a genuine type of the good old trader who contributed so largely in the first to build up the trade of our city his work ever was, and still is beyond a question and thus in his ac customed happy disposition we found him quietly "pursuing the even tenor of his ways" doing the square thing aiid perfectly con tent to reap that success which might continue to attend his old but certainly highly com mendable policy. Neighbor Hafford, long may you continue to prosper. FRUIT IN DUE SEASON. Associated with the ice cream season how few there are who fail to weloome the re-appearance of strawberries into our market real ruddy, plump, luscious fruit. Who there among us with a discriminating palate lor waat s good, but who beholds the first fruits of the strawberry patch with a waterv mouth and wistful eye. And yet, as in the fable of the "fox and the grapes," the first price put upon them cot unfrequently turns them sour, and constitutes them "forbidden fruit,'' until some enterprising tradesman comes to the rescue makes heavy purchases and adopts a popular figure that all possess ing, though only a couple or three nickles, can "Their right to earth's first fruits assert By feasting fancy with a cheap desert." It is our respected citizen, H. TJkdkbiull, of the cheap cash store, who this year again regales Fremonters with the finest, cheapest and largest quantities of berries in the market. And they verily are berries beyond a question even the famous Wilson Steawbxeelbs unsurpassed for either canning or desert pur poses. We understand Mr. Uxdeeutu, has just received 1,000 quarts one of the largest consignments ever received in me city au fresh picked, ripe, and what's more purchased at a price that enables him to offer them with in the reach of everyone. Call to be convinced taste before you buy and though you may become as it were almost electrified with ec etacy over their lueciouaneje, lay in your stock with a little regard for the acquirements of others that all may participate in a few. Be side this Mr. Uhdkbhill has, at a large ex pense, obtained a fine Soda Fountain, drawing ten syrups, from which "dry subjects" may quench their thirst with a cooling beverage unsurpassed in the city. Ladies and gentle men will alike find this undoubtedly the store in the city for fruit H. Underbill, two doors frem Tschumy & Doncyson, Front street His resent adoption solely of a cash trade enables hi n to offer you the best and cheapest in the city, and his largely increasing trade amply cot vinces him of the wisdom of his policy. A FASHIONABLE AND REPLETE ESTABLISHMENT. Interesting to Ladies. Among our local business houses, there are, perhaps, few more popular and deservedly so than that presided over by Miss M. L' Thokpsox, in Clapp's block, (opposite Tschu my & Doncyson's) on Front street The bus iness here locatesd has now been established some ten years, Miss Thohpsok succeeding to it six years ago, then being fresh from Brock port, New York, where she had acquired a thorough competency in her business. Like most successful enterprises, her commence ment was only on a limited scale, but fortune favoring her efforts, an extension of facilities to meet increasing trade vftis next in order, and her store was ultimately enlarged to al most double its original capacity, and at the present day it fairly commands distinction among our leading 'business establishments. A single visit is ample to convince of this fact In no respect is her extensive stock found wanting in that single article which is in keeping with the prevailing fashions. A more pleasant, neat and commodious iters, of the kind, it has seldom been our privilege to wit ness, while the limits of the stock constantly on hand bears favorable contrast with those distinguishing cities of much greater magni tude. In fashionable trimmed hats and bon nets will be found a charming variety in the most harmonious blending of colors adapted to youth and the variety of the season, while the more matronly may equally discover their peculiar tastes consulted to an eminent degree, Iu straw goods there is an elegant assortment, the shadowing influence of the sun shading stales standing in happy contrast with the more coquettish designs for misses. In rib bons, lace, flowers, ornaments, fcc. There is everything new and beautiful many of them being perfect gems in their accuracy to nature Miss T. is indifaligable in her personal atten tion to the business conducts regular season purchases in both the Eastern and Western markets that nothing new and attractive shall escape her, and has reserved the assistance of a thoroughly efficient milliner from New York, Wedding and mourning orders in all cases receive the promptest attention and ut most care in execution. After so long a resi dence among us. Miss Thompson is too exten sively known to require any lengthy commend from us, but those of our lady readers who have not as yet favored her with a visit, we would simply say if you only call to be pleased you will assuredly leave delighted. [Detroit Free Press, June 1st.] Dan Rice's Show. Both the exhibitions Saturday were largely attended and very sat isfactory .Everything about the establishment bears the stamp of neatness and thorough sys tem in management, and the performers are all excellent in their various lines of business. BIRCHARD'S LIBRARY. We recently paid a most enjoyable visit to this new and excellent public institution at once an acquisition to our county. Thongh doubtless most of our readers, ere this, bave also inspected it, yet it is just possible there are those among them who have not indulged the privilege and would duly appreciate an account of it Ascending the stairway to Birchard's Hall, on entering the library the visitor is at once impressed with the neat, cleanly and orderly appearance of the room, the old maxim "a place for everything and everything in its place" suggesting itself on every hand. Immediately on the left isa fine newspaper reading stand, which though not yet utilized is highly suggestive that greater results than simply books is unquestionably in store. Along one side of the room, which is about 80x30 feet, covered with a neat matting and furnished with tbree fine tables for maga zines, are also three desks surrounded with racks well filled with leading books of refer enceencyclopedias, dictionaries, tc, and the walls above them are adorned with handsome pictures in oil, lithograph and steel engraving the subjects being portraits of the generous donor of the institution, S. Birchard, Esq., President Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, General Washington, and a favorite subject in oil long prized by Mr. Birchard. Nor should we fail to notice an excellent postal map of Indiana, kindly presented by the Hon. Chas. Foster, and a very fine map of the United States, gen erously contributed by Ex-Qov. Hayes. At the north end of the room is the librarians counter, surmounted atone corner by a neat plain desk, formerly used by Mr. Birchard for some thirty years, in his private office at the bank. To the right are the numerous shelves for books, which are divided into departments and sub-divisions, a fine gallery, approached from the north end of the room being arrang ed iu a similar manner. . The classification of volumes affords a ready key to to the prompt delivery of any book required, the 3,000 vol umes on the opening, which have increased daily since and will continue to do so until the whole 5,000 purchased are in place, being quite as easy to command in making a selec tion as any private library on ever so limited a scale. The leading magazines both English and American are arranged for and are ex pected to find thoir way on the tables next month, while we understand the committee have freely accorded a distinct department to be established for works printed in the Ger man language. There is also a small private room leading from the library, where two cues of books are already in place, and addi tional room is at command when increased accommodation is found necessary. The present officers are President, Ex-Gov. . Hayes; Secretary, W. W. Ross; Treasurer, Dr. J. W. Wilson; Librarian, Miss J. E. McCullouch. Miss McCullouch certainly merits the highest compliment on the very efficient manner in which she unquestionably carries out the da- ties of ber office and regulates the general ap pearance of the institution to the approval of everyone. We sincerely hope the good people of Sandusky county will freely avail them selves of so excellent an institution, and that its good results may becom e universally dis seminated to the honor of the worthy and no ble donor who founded it [Detroit Daily Post, May 31.] Rice's Great Show. In these days of fraud and misrepresentation, and champion lying, on the part of the misrepre sntatives of the most of the tented shows in the field, it is really gratifying to be able to speak in terms of just commendation of a really meritorious and praiseworthy exhibition Such alone is the veteran San Bice's Great Show, which attracted thousands of people to its two exhibitions, at the corner of Grand River avenue and Third street, yesterday afternoon and evening. The universal verdict of those who attended is one of approval and satisfaction, and we can in justice state that the show in all its departments, is one of the best ever presented under canvas in this city. Mr. Bice has very wisely avoided false pre tenses in re rard to the number of his tents, and the variety and character of his attractions, and persons who visited the show yesterday saw all that was announced and a great deal more. The mammoth show proper is embodied in three large pavillions, although there are sev eral smaller tents used for dressing rooms and stabling purposes. The circus performance, which is given be neath a new and very commodious paviliion, is in every respect satisfactory and entertain ing. A novel feature is the introduction in the ring, by Dan Bice, of his school of edu cated animals. A fter a short explanatory lec ture by Mr. Rice, the animals are compelled to go through a variety of performances which are highly creditable to the rare skill of their trainer. The double equestrian act of Watson and Wilcox, the remarkably beautiful and difficult parlor gymnastic performances of Professor Nelson and bis infant sons, the tumbling and posturing of a large corps of acrobats and voitigeurs, the finished pad rid ing of Monsieur and Madam Loyal, and list, but not least, the witty sayings of the veteran Daniel, all go to make up a very excellent and vuiciiaiuuig penormance. A change in the time of train No. 8 run ning Eist takes effect on Mocfey next. IU time his been, to leave Fremont, 11;58; but will in future b 10:40. The "Grand Central." Opera House Block, corner of Monroe and St Clair streets, Toledo, is without exception, one of the finest stores for fruit, vegetables, fine groceries, fec, we ever witnessed. While giving it a call, on Saturday, the scene was indescribable cram med with customers, and equally crammed with an endless variety of the finest first fruits possible to desire, the numerous assist ants were closely run to meet the demand, while the obliging principal was equally tax ed to see every one accommodated. To se cure pic-nic, festival or church entertainment delicacies, fruits, etc., no place in the city equals it and certainly none does near so Urge a trade in its line. iNtro 3ifltrtt0r.mtiit9. OPERA HALL! TWO NIGHTS 0I7LY. Wednesday and Thursday JUNE24tli and 25th. The renowned character artists BAKER and FARRON, SUPPORTED BY Ellsler's Dramatic Company. FBOX TEE OPERA HOUSE, PITTSBURGH, In their great piece entitled CHRIS AND LEFA, With new Original Song, and Dunces, sparkling music, aim introducing uie great n. i. aeiiBauoii, The Mulligan Guards. Remember, this Is the Great Erent of the Searon. W. F. CRAY, Agent, SHERIFF'S SALE. Charles Blechner, Plaintiff, vs. Jacob L. Willi, et aL Defendants. J Sandusky Common Picas. IX pursuance of an order of sale issned from the, Clerk's office of the Court of Common Pleas of Sanduskv county. Ohio, on the 9th day of June A. I. ltf. and to me directed in the above case, I will expose to public sale, at the door of the Court nouse, in me city ot rreraont, unio, on Saturday the 18M day of July, A. D. 1874, between the hours of one and two o'clock In the afternoon of said dav. the followine Real Estate, situated in the County of Sandusky, and State of Ohio, and bounded aud described 88 toiiows,to wit: Lots S, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 10, 11, 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of J. L. Willi's subdivision of out-lot 18, and lots 17, 18, 19, 0, 21, 82, 23, 24. 25, 20, 27, 2S, 29, 30, 31 and 32 of J. L. Willi's subdivision of out-lot 13 of David Gallagher's subdivision of the south-west qnarter of section thirty-three (33), township live (S), range fifteen (15), In the County of Sandusky and State of Ohio. Appraised at thirteen hundred and fifty-fire dollars. Terms of Sale. Cash. Taken as the property of Jacob L. Willi et al, defendants, to satisfy aa order of sale la favor of Charles Blechner, plaintiff. Given under my official signature, at the Sheriff's office in the City of Fremont, in the County and State aforesaid, this l'tli day of June, A. I)., 174. HENRY COONKOD, Sheriff. J. R. Bartlett, Att'y for Plaintiff. 25-29 SHERIFF'S SALE. D. D. Amen, Plaintiff, ) Sandusky Common Pleas. John Harding, Defendant IN pursuance of an order of Sale issned from the Clerk's Office of the Court of Common Pleas of Sandusky County, Ohio, on the 11th day of June, A. D. 1874, and to me directed In the above case, I will expose to public sale, at the door of the Court house, in the City of Fremont, Ohio, on Saturday, July 18, A. D., 1874, between the boars of on and two o'clock In the afternoon of said day, the following Real Estate, situated in the County of Sandusky, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to wit Lot nnmber two hundred and seventy-four (274), in the Village of Clyde, County of Sandusky and State of Ohio. Appraised at eleven hundred dollars. Terms of Sale. Cash. Taken as the property of John Harding, defend ant, to satisfy an order of sale in favor of D. D. Ames, plaintiff. Given under my official signature, at the Sheriff's office in the city of Fremont, in the County and State aforsaid, this 17th day of June, A. D., 1874. 25-29 HENRY COONROD, Sneritf. LEGAL NOTICE. LAWRENCE WELLS, Jacob de Nenfville, and Union Trust Company of New York, of the city and State of New York, will take notice that on the 17th day of June, 1874, L. y. Rawson, Joseph L. Rawson, and Charles F. Moorc,artmiuistrator of the estate of James Moore, deceased, filed a petition against them and the Lake Erie and Louisville Rail way Company, in the Court of Common Pleas of Sandusky county, Ohio, asking the specific perfor mance of an agreement on the part of said Railway Company with said L. Q. Rawson, Joseph L. Raw son, and James Moore, to accept and pay for their Warehouse and Dock Property, the sum of $15,000, which Warehouse and Dock Property is situated on lot 163, in the City of Fremont, Sandusky county.O.; asking a judgment against said Railway Company for said sum; that they be adjudged to have thenrst and best lien on said Company's Railway and Roll ing stock, and especially on lot 163; that said Rail war and Rolling stock, and said Lot 163 may be sold to pay the same; which petition yoa are required to snswer by Oct. 12th, 1874, or judgment will be taken against yon by default. L. Q. RAWSON, JOS. L. RAWSON, CFIAST. MOORE, Adm"r of Jas. Moore, dee'd. By Everett & Fowler and J. M. Lainmon, their Attorneys. 25-31 ONE MILLION ACRES Ifiil Willi kk FOR SALE. The Grand Ripidt and Indiana Railroad has been finished; is 330 miles long, and its entire land grant earned! In Farming: Iands to Actual Set tlers, far 1 udi vidnala or Coloulen, SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR 1874. 1,000,000 acret have been sold already. The lands are well timbered making the bet kind of arms. Strong soils of great producing power. tABiij reached hy rail or water. Good, markets. Railroad runa through the grant. Michigan is one of the least indebted and mont prosperous States-ill the West. Its acAooi are unequalled. Its financial standing No. 1. No difficulty in transportation. reace ana prosperity are in its Doruers. ianas from (4 to H per acre. Time sufficient- Iuter 7 per cent, WM.A. HOWARD, Land Commissioner, izRuia itapiuB, iuicu. P. R. L- PIERCE, Sec'y Land Department. Thie Sowing Machine give the beet mntit- fact ion to the user, it paid for moat readily. ana uiHtuit; an to teu. j.f tnere no "amnestic" agent in your town, apply to DOXEHT1C S. M. CO. Arte lork. LADIES SEND for Elegant Fishlon Book. 9 B CEEEOCSESICSC 1 SAVE FIFTY DOLLARS THE NEW FLORENCE ) 0 PRICE, S20 below ) any other fiirU-clau. g B VALtK, 3USDOTS ) btaing machmt. Q 0 0 O SAVED,t50 by buying the Florence. U JEvery machine warranted. j3 Special term to club and dea ten. 0 Send for eireulart to the 3 1. Q V J"Vi v. ...... -U.mm 8 ot S3 Ontario St., Clivelahd, O. - j 6 SRSSSSSSCSal CIUCIIO-QUMML- w as effectual a remeay FOR FEVER Ct AGUE as tha Solphata in the same doses, while it affect the head le, is more palatable and much cheaper. Send for descriptive Circular with Testimonial Of Mrnytietom mm au parts 01 wa country. W Sample packages for trial, 28 cents. Preoared bv BILLLNGB. CLATF OO- ilmnntme. wring vnemists, .Boston, uses. PEOF. D. MEEKER'S mmi CPU m, The only successful remedy of the nreaent dsv. Cares wi thont pai n. Bestores the nervous system to a healthy condition. Send for naner on onium eating, consequences snd cure. r. u. box ais, Laporte, ma. 'tsychomancy. OR SOUL CHARMING." How either sex may fascinate and pain the i i a . i . , i . iwc auu buccuudb ui any DtfrBon lltev coowa. in stantly. This simple mental acquirement all can possess, tree, ty mail tor iio cents, together with a Marriage Guide, Egyptian Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies. A queer book. 100,000 sold. Address T. WILLIAM & CO., Publishers, Philadelphia. STT'DENTS, Teachers, Ministers akd Agents make tS per month selling the new illustra ted "People Standard Edition 0 Holy Bible," with its Histories, Aids and Dictionary. Best and cheap est. Extra terms. Outfit fret. Write at once and secure work. Address ZLEGLER McClTRDY, mcinnau, unio. FOR SALE FOUR LOTS, Containing ONE ACRE EACH, On Bnckland Are. Terms Easy. Inquire of C. M. BIIXON. 18-26 The SECOND ANNUAL TOUR Of the most STUPENDOUS EXHIBITION OF IOI31i:itIV TBIES ! ' ' '5-5 ' 'V W. Great New Vastly Buperior in point of magnificence; far excelling in attraction all predecessors. Inraagnitude, originality, mentoriousness, spienaor ana universal popaiarity ana success, WITHOUT AN EQUAL, WITHOUT A COMPEER, WITHOUT A RIVAL. 0329 K CD n9 n QD CE Represented by a multitude of curiosities, a legion of animals, numbers music, a city of tents, a nera or JJromeaanes, dens or bcrpents, cages ot urocoailes, JNature s I reaks and Works of Art, Mechanical and Musical Instruments, monster breathing Sea Mon sters and Terrestrial Terrors, an Army of Men and Droves of Horses. IN ITS MENAGERIE ARE Gnus, Hartebests, Blaze Bobs, Elands, Giant OstricL, Malayan Tapirs, Manatees, (first ones ever exhibited,) Kangaroos, four large performing Lions, two monster Royal Bengal Tigers, Leopards, Zebras, Porcupines, Ibex Wart Hog, 14 Dromedaries, male and In all Nearly THE MONSTER Has One Hundred EmployesChampions of Every Land, Male and Female. THE PARADE IS WITHOUT A PARALLEL! Headed by tbn Monster Music Car, drawn by 14 Dromedaries, after which 20 Indies and Gentlemen, on priceless steeds, clad as Hnntsroen, "Ready for the Chase." The Open Lion's Palace, the "Monarch of the Forest" in full view; the Red Knight and his Guard of Honor, in real armor; the Plate Ulaxa Ren of MOOSTE SERPENTS AND THEIli CAPTITRER, a real royal African Snake Suhdoer; aft-r which 40 Dens of Zoolojical Wonders, the whole terminating with the Monster Marvel of the age, THE PARISIAN STEAM CALLIOPE! !i l-A V, , 'II J, 1 Daily at 1:151. THE WALK FOR LIFE : A This monster establishment travels entirely L.L ' - J !i lit lb rangement! have been made won raiuroaos to carry visitors to me "ureal enow at reancea rates. Admission to all the Tents, 50 Cents. Children under Nino, 25, Cents. Exhibitions Daily, at 1 and 7 P. M. Circus commences one hour later. Umd the day and pte. Make a note of it No postponement. Remember the name. No Delay. No change. Positively exhibits on the day advertised, rain or shine. WILL ALSO E2EIEIT AT TOLEDO, "Wednesday, July 1; FEEIIOUT, Thursday, July 2; SAUDUSKY, Friday, July 3; ELYEIA, Saturday, July 4. Two n j w 1 1 ureal w one A Y TTTT oi i b U U lid W. COLE'S York and New Orleans I bus female Elephants, Emus, Nyl Gau, Four Hundred Living LIVING SEA LI0N,NEPT UNE. V 4". .. 'V'. r" .. - r M. Wonderful young lady ascends a single wire " ---- - r-- - . - -v v n;i 1 in and exclusively by rail. Its immensity will admit of exhibiting only at ths larger towns. Ar is r air Y f) 1 kL tzdi ca lipiikoj of unparalleled novelties, bands of Monster Serpents, Living Crocodiles, Specimens! Particularly attention is here solicit ed to the fact that this is the only animal, ngntiully named, ever ex hibited in the United States. All others exhibited have been seals. This Sea Lion (whose actual weight is 1,400 pounds,) is 14 ieet long, consumes daily fifty pounds of fish, and is THE ONLY SEA. LION ALIVE, TO-DAY, outside of the Pacific Ocean. We respectfully, again, call the attention of the pub lic to the fact that, notwithstanding the representations of other exhibi tions, as to their being, or having been in possession of Sea Lions, we hereby assert the declaration s false, and again state that the only living S?a Lion in the United Stated is with the New York and N.:w Or leans Exposition. The put.lic will please bear this fact in mind. 1 -t y 1 '1 i -si i i 1 K Ascension Feat! 200 feet in mid air; free to all. 874 CASH CUSTOMERS! WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR GROCERIES JUST TRY (Successors to 53 FRONT STREET, They will be found to keep a choice stock at the most They will be g!ad to see you, treat you well, 1- GIVE THEM A CALL. TW JH JxJ fTD XE3 ID The Citizens of Sandusky County to know this fact, that ws have the only regular Wide-track HARDWARE STORE 3TTXT J? -.EiTIOIJ8!!?, And that we have lately received direct from New York ari the Eastern Factoriee, a tremendous stock of Ui I Ml in Complete in all ita details, which we are selliDg at VERY LOW PHICEB! We would say to all our old and new friends "Come and see us sure ! if j'ou want to save money in buying all kinds of Hardware. CARPENTERS, We have a fine stock of Wheeling fe Co. s Pure White Lead, Oils, Glaas ic , dec. We can eupply you with Shovels, scrapers our kind which are superior to all others; Hand Cider Mills, Feed Cutters, Corn Shellers, Ac, &c, tc. BLACKSMITHS AND SADDLERS, Will find & full stock of TOOLS &n MATERIAL. CANFIELD, HEDRICK & BRISTOL. HEADQUARTERS for BTUJttfii r UitUJ VVMlTJii LiiAD, iAHiib, OILS, WINDOW GLASS and BRUSHES, at the FREMONT DRUG HOUSE OF THOMAS, GRUND & LANG. BUY YOUR WALL PAPER at the DRUG STORE OF THOMAS, GRUND & LANG. There you will find the best variety of Wall Paper at the lowest prices." BUY YOUR DYE STUFFS of THOMAS, GRUND & LANG. They have the best receipts for Dyeing Goods, and the colors always snit BUY YOUR PURE WHITE LEAD, PAINTS and OILS, of THOMAS, GRUND & LANG. They are headquarters in the Drug and Paint line, and sell cheap for cash- BUY YOUR RUBBER PAINT of THOMAS, GRUND & LANG. They sell the only the genuine article. BUY YOUR WINDOW GLASS of THOM AS, GRUND & LANG.- They have the largest stock and greatest variety of sizes, and will not he undersold. BUY YOUR PAINT and WHITEWASH BRUSHES of THOMAS. GRUND & LANG. They nave a full stock of every thing in this line, cheap. REMEMBER that we are HEADQUARTERS for any thing in tne DRl'G A PAINT line, and are the Lead luff House in onr branch of business, In the Cennly. THOMAS, CRUND it LANC. LOW RATE OF INSURANCE! MUTUAL PROTECTION ASSOCIATION of OHIO PRINCIPAL OFFICE, N0RWALK, 0. o OFFICEESi Presiilent-niTSKt M. WOOSTER. Vice President-Hoo. ( HAS. E. l'ENNEWELL. TRUSTEES; Henry M. Wooster, President; Hon. Chas. Fostor, Fostoria; Hon. Clias. E. Feunewell, Vice Piwlt; Win. A. Poyes, Norwalk; Elmer E. Hosted. Treasurer; than. P. Wiikham, Sorwilk; Jay O. io?, Sandusky; B.C. Taber, Norwalk; S. M. Robbinson, Plymouth; D..M. Harknew, Belierue; lion. D. U. Fox, Norwalk; F. n. lJoalt, Xorwulk. IW Any healthy person between the sees of and 40, by the payment of THIRTY-TWO CE5TS PER WEEK, can secure a 0:i,OOO VOLICX in this Association. BOALT & CULP, General Agents, Norwalk, Ohio. 8. Ickes,) FREMONT, OHIO. ' REASONABLE PaiCF.S FOS C.4SII. and warrant your monty's worth every time. Mil WIRE. and Steubenville Nails, J. If. Jlorley Hoes, Forks, Fostoria flows, and WALL PAPER, DYE NOTICE OF REMOVAL The Agency of the Domestic Sewing Machine Company has been removed from Croatian Street to the Corner of Front and Garrison Streets, Opposite Tschumy fc Doncyson's Furniture Store. The World Famed a II r "DOMESTIC." '! M 0 "I M m -.T-' ia-. Al , A full line of these excellent Machines constantly on band. tr CALL AJTD IXSPECT THEM. 14 Administrator's Sale of eRal Estate. IN pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of Sandusky County, Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at public auction on the llth day of July, A. D., 1874, at one o'clock P. M at the door of the court house in said county, the following described real estate, sitnated iu Sandusky Counly, State of Ohio, free from dower rijrht, to wit: The west half of the south-west quarter of sec tion nine (9), township four 4), rane thirteen (13), excepting abont two and a half acres out ot the south-west corner, leaving about seventy-seven acres to be sold. Appraised at (4,(20. Tebjis ct Sal. One-third in hand, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years from tue day of sale with interest, the payments to be se cured by mortgage on tlie prerainea sold. PETElt S. MlU.Elt, Adm'r, of Phillip Miller, deceased. June 10th, 1ST4. ia SS ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. I will m!1 at private aale 40 acrea of t t ihdu Kuown aauic Jacob Mrohl carat: 1 1 i 1 ' told the most d-iratle place t lit ttize iu Baliville Tnwuahip, and naa upon it all toe improvenu'DUs -ciianiR. Ac nervaPArv lor a ltM a rc farm. Laying one imie from titt city limns, u wcii a'UpieU fur ardf-ning and fruit r;in, bttui ot aaotty otl A. J... J I N KT Adiu'r, of PtiO?w ii-trriiifc-toii. . Fremont, O., Jane 1, 1 .-.a v.-n :H, Slirlfe? 8 ft., Importers, Wholesale snd Hetall Dealers in CARPETS AND CURTAinS OF EVKHY DKSCKIPTION. An extensive assortment of the newest snd choicest styles of the best Foreign and Home man niaetnrers always in stork, and tor sale to the trails at retail at the lowest market prices. Special Contracts Made in Furnishing Hotels, Cliurclie3 and Public Buiidin An inspection of our establishment and stock is earnestly solicited, which we are at ail time pleased to show. BECKWITH, STERLING 4 CO., 6 Euclid Avenue, S. E. cor. Pub. Square. CLEVELAND, O. THE OKJCEH SEWING MACHINE AGESfCY IS FBEMOST, Is at r. t. CSSSS J;t:L-7 2Ur., FRO XT STREET, FREUGST, J. H. KINTZ, Salesman. tr An inspection of this Machine is partiro lariy requested belore you purchase einew nere. Oil for machines only Sc per bottle. Needles for any machine only 10c each. UNION EUSINESS COLLEGE CXEVELAJfn, OHIO. sTABLisnxn ik lv"3. ONE OF TIIE E. K. FELTOV , Principal Bminesa DeTurtnvnt. PLAIT K. SPESfKK. Prtn 'I. lvna.sn;,in liru'i. JAS. K. Lt'TT-'. Principal ii-iiht.uj;.. si i.-n i.' E. bhiELUW, Jeeretry and a.ue.vi,-.ii-r. For Trrrn of Tuition, Aiirt FELTCN L EICILOV, ct z ; ; r. i - :, !.