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I"P A TinTT A K i H hS J Apru iBi we couimeoce reauciug oar immense, siock 01 XJry i?ooust ana will continue the sale until the entire stock is closed out. Our stock now rery large and wed assorted, and wo are selling goods at tery low prices. This is no hambag! We mean ju3t what we say-)
j jjilUl Uii-Lyli-ii-lO which we will doraoB.stra.to to yoo on oar counter. We wonld say to all, giTe ns an early call while tho stock is fail and well an sorted. Ve are also closing our books. All having accounts with ns please call and settle. GARVIN & CO. f REDUCING STOOL THE JOURNAL. FHIDAY, June 19, 187-1. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Last week's Jefenonian was a blank. Xorwsik will celebrate the 4th this year Joe Loveland is noar located in Indiana, and i a grauf;er. fclail serrice will commence cn the B. P. 4 C. U. B.July Erst. The Xefcctor bss the bump of appropria tion LicUy der sloped. A Rbif Trmwnnu Convention was held at Springfield yesterday. The Fostoria cornet band gave its excursion to the Inlands oa Wednesday. . The total value of personal property listed in Seneca count 7 is H 1,000. Hess, at Freeport is going to give a Bowery dance on tbe evening of July 3d. The Acalanci-e is the name of a new local paper started at Weston , "Wood county, The work shops of the B. P. & C. R. E. have been removed from Tiffin to Defiance. The ladies were out crusading on Thursday night last. Thiv were well received gener ally. On the 11th a bmliemu was killed at Mid- dleport, Van Wert county, while coupling em. The Bowling Greeners have organized their railroad company,' and elected officers and di rectors. Tha Union Schools close on Thursday of next week. Examinations commenced this wk. Ivor walk ha been favored. Ann Eliza, Erifrham Youufj's last wife, lectured there on the ICth. The Tiffin Liirht Guards have received their arms 80 French musket, and will uuiform when they get money. Thirty-aix indictments were found against liquor sellers by the grand jury of Huron county, at its ncent session. Conductor Wortman, on the B. & O. U. R., tad hi6 right leg broken by an accident to his train near Plymouth, last week. The Patrons of Husbandry of Bloom town ship. Seneca county, had a free dinner recent- ly, of which over one hundred partook. Cant. Edwards has iust completed and launched a new scow, at Oak Harbor, it being the sixth vensel he has built at that point Bev. V. F. Keller, a young minister residing in Tiffin, went to Colorado for his health re cently, and died in Denver on the 4th inst From the quantities of Paris Green sold by our druggists, we should judge an immense crop of potatoes will result if the bugs are killed. Mrs. Trimble, the Bucyrus lady who was arrested and tried for aisging in front of a ailoon at that place, was fined f 15 and costs. Tbe eosts amounted to $170. Near Mansfield, on the Sth.Thos. Etrwiler went down into a well which be bad been digging, was overcome by the foul air, and be lore be could be got out was dead. t A thief entered the residence of John Grif fith, four miles from Plymouth, on the night of the 9th and stole a pocket-book contain ing between twenty and thirty dollars. Some of our subscribers who came to town to pav their taxes, the past week, did the fair thing by us and came up and paid their sub scriptions. We hope more will follow their example. We need money Temperance meetings were held last Sun day at Ballville, and at the United Brethren Church, near Winters. I bey were well at tended, and at the latter forty-five signatures were obtained to the pledge. Anthony Bhody, who recently cat his throat in a hardware store in Tiffin, repeated the experiment in New Washington, Craw ford county, a few days ago. Tbe folks had batter let him alone next time. A drunken woman made a public exhibition of herself in Van Wert on the Ctb, and wonnd op her performances by horsewhipping some fallow whom she imagined bad insulted her. Toe authorities did not take her in hand. John Holzapfel, of Perkins township, Erie county, while in Sandusky on the Sth, fell down upon the street, was picked up and car - tied to the residence of his brother, where he died soon after. Heart disease is supposed to have been the cause. Suspicions existing that Howard Bsyes, of Tiffin township, Defiance county, who was re ported killed by the kick of a horse, had not been so killed, his body was exhumed and an inquest held on the 8th, but the verdict of the jury sustained the first report. . During the thunder and hail storm of last Tuesday week, a young man named William Harsh, residing In Oxford township, Erie eiuuty, was killed by lightning, he had just brought a horse in from the field when the lightning struck, killing both of them. A little child of M. Bndehoft, near Oak Harbor, was found apparently asleep in the h it sun a few days ago, and taken borne, but could not be aroused. Physicians were called In, and pronounced it a case of sun stroke, from which the child died a few hours after. The Catholics of Delphos made a donation of sixty loads of stone to their brethren of Van Wert, last week- It was also a surprise as the Van Werters knew nothing of the mr.tter until it was Cone, and the stone deliv ered on the ground to help them build their church. A good little boy, in Van Wert county, climbed a tree forty feet, on the 11th, and then fell over backward. When he reached the ground his head made a bole in it and the ground and things made a hole in his head which the doctors had to attend to. His name was Ayres. - They are cultivating pedestrians over at Akron and Medina. Recently an Akronian, Reney Dieoenberg, walked from Akron to Medina in a little less than five hours And wan the money. On last Friwiy a Medinaian undertook to do the distance in four hours His name it was Frazier, and he was chroni cled as a good walkiat. At Napoleon, on the 8th, a saloon belonging to a man named Beckman, was struck by lightning, the roof somewhat damaged, and the aiding torn off. Mr. B., who was net r that aide of the house at the time, was knock ed down, but not injured, and a horse tied in front of the house, was similarly affected. On Saturday the Gth inst. a man named Henry Trott, residing near Tiffin, attached two stones weighing nearly fifty pounds each to his person, and plunged into the river, where the water was about ten feet deep. His body was recovered Sunday afternoon. He was supposed to have committed the deed while temporarily insane. His age 'was 35 years. Whatever may be s-sid of the temperance work, the months of April and May of this year show that but little over two-fifths as much whisky, lager, &., were received here by railroad as during the corresponding period last year. All the distilleries in the district are closed, and the revenue receipts fiom that source have fallen off twenty-three percent On Monday of last week, a man named William Hayes, in the employ of the Tiffin Woolen MUls, was belting a pully on a run ning shaft, when his right arm was caught nd completely twisted off so that it dropped to the floor. The man was not otherwise much injured. Medical aid was at once pro cured, and the stump was amputated. It is thought he will recover. The accident hap pened in the weaving room, where about twenty-five girls were employed, some of whom fainted. It is time for our farmers to begin prepara tions for the County Fair. And it is time al so for the mechanics, artisans and others to be doing likewise. Tha excellent reputation achieved by the agricultural society since the new fair grounds were opened, should not be permitted to suffer, but should rather be im proved upon. Farmers take hold; get your stock in order. Ladies begin woik on those iiioe fancy articles which are always so at tractive on such occasion, and make up your minds to have Floral Hall the great center of attraction, as it wUl be if you will but do your duty. The Canton Republican relates that two trmps accompanied by two women, were in Alliance several days recently aud left going towur-1 Salem. When about two miles east oi Alliance, the men tied the women on the truck and left them firmly bound and started tut the womtn, hearing a tram s- ; -onsti lt help, acd a wciKfft to ity do, by his il." and him tiful a on half on a in L. last out will in is in is to tbe to at fair last in and for to and the the fur living near, rushed to tbe place and succeeded iu liberating one of tbem before the approach of the train. But the train was coming rap idly, and before the other could be released, she was crushed beneath the wheels of train. The men were arrested soon afterwards and sent to Caafield to jail. The vandals are not all dead yet Over Wyandot county there are some left and this u the way they manifest their title to the name. The Union says they visited the prem ises of 'Jonathan Ayres, J. A. Maxwell and Rev. Mr. Albright, and with some sharp in strument hacked the fruit trees and severed the grape vines near the roots. At the par sonage of the M. E. Church they puUed np the growing cabbage and other vegetables Mr. Maxwell's strawberries, in full bloom, promising an abundant crop, were partially destroyed." Such vandalism should be promptly punished, and no effort should be spared to ferret out tha scoundrels. Read Burton's new advertisement of sell ing at cost a splendid stock ef goods, which are unsurpassed in the State. Read it. There is to be a large aale of valuable lots, at Put-in-Biy. by Mr. Kaffensperger, the fa mous Real Estate Purchaser, of Toledo. See the advertisement We observe by the registry book at the Ball House, that Mr. J. K. Glenn, formerly of this city and now of New York, was in Fre mont, on business, last Thursday. Lota for sale, in Toledo, is all tbe rage but no speculation is so sure of affording a large profit as buying one of the splendid dol lar lots of articles at 100, Summit st., Toledo. Mooev saved is money gained," is a true- ism best proved by investing at the famous Dollar store, 100 Summit street, Toledo. The most marvelous place for bargains in Ohio. CalL The stave factory of Shoemaker & Fressler, located at Napoleon, was destroyed by fire on Friday week. The stock was mostly saved. Loss on the factory from 3,000 to f 5,000. No insurance. Excursions are now in season, and those with an eye to business, will best combine profit with pleasure by visiting Toledo to se cure a first-class lot in Case's addition. Ap ply corner St Clair and Adams sts We are glad to note that the stave and bar rel factory of Fennimore & Grant at this place, is turning out a large amount of work. It employs a number of hands and is an insti tution that is doing a good thing for the city. Purdy & Gust, of the East side, have just shipped another beautiful monument to Wood county. It stands 10 ft high, manu factured of Southern Falls marble, designed the memory of the late Mr. John Reid,and produced at a cost of $190. Erratum. In a paragraph last week, re ferring to the magnificent soda fountain in Mulford's famous store, Toledo, we said the fountain was worth over f 1,000. We learn that that was- only the cost of the marble frame work, and that the whole apparatus and fixings cost oyer $3,000. Supplement The show agents have left us a number of pictures, and taken up a Urge amount of our space, but we endeavor make it good by furnishing our readers with another supplement filled with good reading matter. Don't miss reading the sup plement. Oar paragraph last week on the pump in Birch ard's Park, seems to have pleased msny, one of whom suggested that it was a fitting "dry subject" for the consideration of our la dies' crusade mission. If it is nor to yield water this summer it would indeed be a char to remove it Mellink & Co, of Summit street, Tole whose advertisement will be fouud else where, have constantly on offer tha rarest bargains the State can produce in either household or office furniture. Being manu facturers you can trade to very great profit giving them a call. The young swell from the East who re cently attended a fire in our city and missed footing to a disadvantage, on the scene of action, is said to have vowed that "even a common 'necessary' nnder certain circum stances was liable to become a neevstary ev From what we saw of him we agree. Dan Rice, the veteran clown and circus manager will be in our city on Monday next, give two performances with his circus company. It is unnecessary to recommend to any one who has even been to a per formance where he participated, or where he bossed the performance. Go and see him. Squirrels are said to be exceedingly plen in the woods. We heard of a party, how ever, who recently took occasion to indulge in little sport by way of shooting a few, and retiring with demoralized clothing less $1.25 worth of amunition besides losing a day for only two of the "curly tails." The commencement exercises of the Fre mont High School will be held at Opera Hall, Friday evening of next week, when quite number of graduates purpose taking part the proceedings, including the Misses R. Ames, H. C. Close, M. B. Horton, J. Kaefe, E. Hall, M. L. Geeseman, fcc A large atten dance is anticipated. Those whose province it is to carry a re volver need be cautious how they pocket them. An East side worthy had occasion week to make a sudden physical exertion when his revolver accidentally fell from his pocket on the floor exploded, and the ball passed with marked effect only a short dis tance from a child carelessly sitting near by. The individual who undertook to drive a young lady on the pike the other even ing, and returned with a demoralized rigg, probably in future realize the sentiment that good old coachers proverb "Hold tight and whip light" This advice is equally applicable to many and worthy of remem brancecoming from one who knows how it himself. Our city aide walks are slowly improving some parts of tha town, but we notice lit tle change for the better on Croghan street beyond the trimming of a few shade trees. It to be hoped our "city fathers" will continue discuss this subject nntil they arrive at a resolution embodying strict obligations on property owners to do their duty in the gen eral interest of the public. The site of the old fire engine house, on corner of Croghan and Arch streets, seems be a drug on the market but really we are a loss to see why. It is one' of the most eligible positions in the city for almost any kind of business and we understand only a and reasonable price is expected for it The highest offer thus far does not exceed $3,200, taking the bricks of tbe old building into the bargain. There was an unusually large number of conveyances in attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Reinick, which took place on Tuesday at tbe Catholic burying ground. Deceas ed lady was the wife of Mr. John Reinick, farmer, of Rice township, who was a settler this district over forty years ago. Mrs. R., who leaves a family, was afflicted with con sumption and very extensive circle of friends lament her demise. The crops of fruit in our section, this year, promise well particularly peaches, cherries, small berries. Tbe prices at present asked currants and strawberries are reasonable considering the season, but opinion is inclined the conjecture that very low prices are looming in the distance. We have noticed many peach trees literally crammed with fruit are glad to find "Dame Nature" so gener ously disposed to make amends for the short comings of last year. When will our police be provided with neoMsary hand cuffs ? We have been in formed of another case this week where a constable was literally -compelled to belabor and lacerate a prisoner to sub j act him to the law, and covered with blood, drag him through streets. This is not right when a pair of bracelets would no doubt have obviated the difficulty. Will our authorities ever consult reason iu those matters f It surely cannot be the trifling expeute that our f slice jre so tadiy enaij'ped. Read the Supplement. in Which contains a large amount of local and miscellaneous matter, special notices, railroad time tables, &c. Gentlemen Who makes your boots and shoes ? Have you heard of the famous Van pelt, of Summit street, Toledo immediately over the "Commercial" office? He is uni versally admitted to be one of the best, most fashionable, and yet cheapest (for the quality) of any custom work maker in the West See his work and judge for yourselves. We have seen Hand freely assert we never saw its equal. No one who respects his personal ap pearance will fail to enjoy, and profit by, call on Van pelt. Murder. Near Ottawa, Putnam county, on Friday of last week, a fatal affray occurred in which Orlando Meals lost his life at the hands of Squire Darling. There was an old feud. Darling's calf got into Meal's field, and Meals went to Darling. Dispute, blowB, and finally a knife in the hands of Darling, severed Meal's left auxiliary, and a second b!ow grazed the heart causing death from hemorrhage, in an hour. Darling is under arrest and claims he was knocked down twice before he used the knife. No one but his wife and a servant girl witnessed the encoun ter. We have received a copy of the Bismarck Tribune, (D. T.) for which we are indebted to Lt Chance. It contains much matter in ref erence to the discovery of gold in the Black Hills. Specimens of gold have been exhibit ed and claimed to have been found there, which would delight the eyes of the most suc cessful California miner. As a consequence, Chris. Gilson, one of tbe frontiersmen a kind of Daniel Boone, is forming a company 'to go and explore that region, and about the 20th of the present month, ten companies of the 7th Cavalry under the command of Gen. Cus ter, two sections of artillery under the com mand of Lt Chance, accompanied by Lt Col. Fred Grant and Gen. Forscythe of Gen, Sheridan's staff, Col. Ludlow, and several practical miners Will leave Ft A. Lincoln for the same region. Their mission is a peaceful one. lhey go to explore the country, a corps of observation, and will uot interfere with the Indians unless attacked by tbem. The expe dition will not be attended by expense to the Government, as the men and horses will re quire fewer supplies while on the march than in camp. The discoveries which will surely be made by this expedition will be of immense value to the people of that country. Graham'a'Arue Remedy. A number of years ago, while enduring the incipient symptoms of Ague, we were presented by an old friend with a bottle of a preparation which he claimed was a "sure cure" for ague. It acted like a charm. Since then we have never been without it in the house. We havo recommended it often have given away quantities of it, and have known it to cure the most obstinate cases in a few days, while we have never known it to fail in a single in stance. It is a simple but powerful remedy, contains no deleterious drugs or hurtful ingre dients, and when taken as directed is quito pleasant to the taste. The old gentlemen re ferred to obtained the secret from a "medical " belonging to one of the tribes which formerly made tboir haunts in Huron, Erie, Seneca, etc, and manufactured the medicine only in limited quantity. Recently, however, we learn that his son in connection with oth ers have formed a company, at Plymouth, to manufacture and place the same on sale, and we refer to the fact so that if it should be of fered in this market, as it doubtless will be, those suffering from ague may know of a safe, Bure and effective remedy. One trial will con vince the most skeptical that there is some thing besides quinine that will cure the ague. Petty Larceny. A tramping printer named Tuttle, who came to Fremont on Thursday last, remained longer than was good for him. He applied for work in the different offices, but they were full. Friday, in com pany with a tramping blacksmith named McDonald, he imbibed too much whisky, and while the proprietor and hands of ihe Joubnal were absent for (upper, made his way into the office and carried off over 900 postal cards, a compositor's stick, hair brush, shoe knife, and an old coat &c. He was noticed just after leaving the office, by one of the hands who followed him nntil he joined tho other tramp referred to, when they made for the depot Pursuit was continued and near the depot officer Beck was met and informed of the matter, when he succeedsd in arresting the parties in Weber's saloon. They were taken before the Mayor. McDonald was sent to the station house over night, and warned to leave the city in the morning. Tuttle was sent to jail to await his hearing at one o'clock, P. M., Saturday, when he pleaded guilty, was fined ten dollars and sent to jail ten days five of them on bread and water with the as surance that an execution would be issued to collect the fine after tbe ten days had expired, and if he was found iu the corporation he would be it-vied upon. He promised to make good use of his legr when he got out of Sher iff Coonrod's clutches. COMING—FREMONT, JULY 2d. Cole's Great York and New Orleans Zoological and Equestrian Exposition. As will be seen by an advertisement in our columns to-day, this immense institution ex hibits in our city Thursday, July 2i, 1874. It comes moat favorably noticed by the press in other cities. By a review of the advertise ments, wo perceive it comes by Rail, using 60 freight cars to transport it from place to place. Has an innumerable number of cages, dens, wagons, etc, to contain its animals, curiosi ties, luggage, etc. It requires and uses a "city of tents" (so to express it) for exhibition purposes, which at night are so brilliantly lit np with gas, that everything is as discernable ai in day. Among the animals enumerated is a "monster living Alaska sea Uon, the larg est ever captured, exhibited in a mammoth tank, holding 40 barrels of sea water." This will be a truly novel sight, as they are the on ly ones now alive outside of the Pacific ocean. We notice the announcement of the "blaze bok, the African hartebest, the gnu or wild horned horse, the wapiti, the giant ostrich, all of which are very rare and interesting ani mals. Also lions, tigers, elephants, camels, hyenas, kangaroos, crocodiles, sacred cattle, gorillas, manatees, (first ever exhibited,) koo doos, condors, vultures, vlacke varkes, baboons" in fact a world of animals, birds, reptiles, etc. ; Its circus bids fair to out-rival any estab lishment we have ever bod, both in point of numbers and scale of merit Many English artists who have an excellent European reputation, and who make their first appearance in America. M'Ue Elise Keyes, the greatest female rider the world has ever produced ; M'Ue Rosina Cooke, with her stud of Menage and dancing horse; M'ile Adelaide llosiland, the beautiful character equestrienne; Mr. Harry Welby Cooke, England's Champion horseman, who appears for tbe first time in this country in bis extraordinary and original act, entitled the "English Jockey's Pastimes," the greatest achievement in horsemanship the world has ever known ; D. A. Seal, tho great London court jester, the most versatile ring humorist living ; George Adams, the Pantomime won der and king of the stilts. These are among the Eoglish importations for 1874. There are the American artists, the most known of whom are M'Ue Jossie, slack wire equilibruste ; young Leon, tbe great bareback equestrian ; Wm. Batcheller, champion leap er of the world; the VanZandt brothers, the Benseley brothers, the Austin brothers, Hol land, Murray, Mclntyra, Long, Davis, Hart and Rice, tbe celebrated gymnasts. Many other celebrities are mentioned that we have not space to designate here. Henry Cooke's great English troupe of performing dogs and monkeys will make their first appearance in this country. From indications, the parade will eclipse anything and everything ever attempted in that line iu America up to the present tunc. Fourteen Dromedaries, (truly a novel team) will draw a music car at the head. Then ap pears the ladies and gents, on priceless steeds. Next the open lion den, their tamer seated among them, all of whom are exposed to view. Then the 40 dens cf living animals, tbe largest Zoological collection in tha coun try. Then Zingra and his plate-glass den of serpents, the reptiles seen coiling around and about him, and obey every word of command. Terminating with the Parisian steam caliope, a monstrous musical instrument, played by steam, drawn by 10 powerful horses. At the tent another gratuitous display is offered daily, at 1 P. M. a lady ascends a single wire 200 feet in mid-air frc - the ground to the top of the pavillion. Two exhibitions are given daily, at 1 and 7 P.M. Parties living on the lines of the various Railroads have the benefits of reduced fare on that day. Ail in all, a very pleasurable and memorable occasion will be the exhibi tion day, J uiy 2d, 1BJ4. a "Young Reindeer" is tbe name of trim little steamer which arrived here Saturday evening. She was built only years ago, will carry about 150 passengers, and can keep up an average speed of knots per hour. Sho has been running from Toledo some time, nut nas undergone thorough overhauling, painting and general re-fitting is duly registered and under gov ernment inspection. Her commander is Win. Matthews, a thoroughly efficient nauti cal man of over 25 years' experience on lakes, and we understand the neat little steamer will remain here during the present season for excursion purposes. Prosperity at tend her. v- SOMETHING NEW IN PHOTOGRAPHY. . RAPHY. Ranking prominently among the professors of artistic photogruhy in the west, is the ex cellent firm of RodI!C80n & Fluke, 183, Sum mit street, Toledo. And to them may be credited the bringing into popularity of a new stylo of portrait called "Photographs Glace." We have seen specimens at their studio, and must confess that the finish thus imparted to pictures is charming to a degree. It ii rare wa have seen anything approaching the completeness and clearness thus given to the likeness. They take them in this style from minature to 14x17 in.; and the extra price compared with the ordinary process is so trifling as to commend it to universal ap proval. Their studio abounds in every size of picture, and most of them speak volumes in favor of the artiat'a skill in their construc tion. Indeed, it would be unnecessary for ns to laudate Mr. Robinson, as a photograph: artist his reputation having long been estab lished in Toledo, where "Talent has gained for him a name The oil-Hboot of a master's fame The prize of only few." It is but recently, however, that Mr. Robin son and Mr. Fluke took to the present pros perous business stand the latter gentleman also being an adept in the profession and making photography a leading specialty, There is no doubt they have made their mark, Sti'.I, oil, ink, crayon and other portraits also receive their best attention, and many of their specimens in this kind of work add largely to their artistic repute. They keep a splendid collection of frames, albums and other cases in various designs for portraits. The firm are gentlemen of exceptional energy, are ever on the alert for anything new that may transpire in their profession. They will be found most courteous aud obliging always in personal at tention to their patrons. We have ample confidence in giving the strongest recommend to tbe patroi.sge of our readers, who once fa voring them with their esteemed commands will have ample reason to congratulate us on having introduced them to a firm so admira bly adapted to affording general satisfaction as are Messrs. Ronissox & Flukb of 133 Summit street. a of A MODEL INSTITUTION. A Subject of Interest to Everyone. M abley the champion clothier of the west A non submits the cheapest and the best ; B ebold him please the most fastidious mind, I. eading in fashion, goods, and 111 combined ; E xcelstor ! is his watchword and device IT oull never find ask a second price. Public benefactors have distinguished them selves in various wayr yet each equally merit the approval of socie.y. Some have achieved distinction by their munificence some by their invtmtive genius and yet others by their ability to grapple with great social prob lems, the the solution of which has shed broad cast important advantages in society without respect to persons or position. It is to the lat ter class we are about to refer, and in which we feel fully justified in prominently advanc ing the familiar name of William Mabley ihe popular one price clothier" of Toledo a gentleman whose energy, enterprise and shrewd business capacity has secured for him that distinction of public patronage which in four years has justified him in assuming the conduct of his present leviathan establish ment at 169 and 171 Summit street. Its in terior dimensions is 110x40 feet, it is lit with over 40 burners, and has a plate glass frontage equalled only by one other store in the city. But our main object is to afford the reader some ilea how excellently the business is run what intending visitors may expect to find, and how unanimous the entire corps of assist ants assiduously strive to carry out the excel- lcntprecepts of their principal. Commencing ith the courteous "master of the ceremonies" Mr. J. P. nicks who politely directs you to any department we need hardly attempt to describe his proficiency in those duties when it is known that eleven years' experience has possessed him of every necessary quality to fill las ofiice with the utmost advantage to visitors while his genial manner is moat en joyable and assuriug to those who are unac customed to conducting purchases. Having arrived at THE CUBTOII EEPAETMENT we met Mr. E. L. Graves and Mr. James Thomas, the former gentleman being the as all use very essence of politoness and attention in the ipacity of salesman, with a splendid and fashionable assortment of materials at hand be having diligently and successfuUy applied himself in the interests of this firm for the past three years. Mr. Thomas is chief cutter, and has studied American fashions and fol lowed his profession in this country over twenty years having acting in that capacity for many years (previous to coming to Mr. Mabley) with Mr. Geo. Shelton, of Toledo. He is, indeed, an adept with the shears, and his past popularity in this city has rendered Thomas" the pass word to fine fitting suits in whatever society you may move. Turning attention to THE EEJLDT-JtADE SUITS DEPAIlTJtBST we find Mr. John McICenna officiating, sur rounded with the best grades of made up ma terials. Finer articles need not be desired, and our only surprise was to find so excellent salesman assigned to dispose of them. What Mr. McK. is deficient in this department it would be very little advantage to know, and bis whole energies are thrown into his calling-. He is ably assisted by Mr. Holloway, who is also admirably adapted to his position. The cheaper grades of suits are arranged in a sep arate department and under the able super vision of Mr. W. Dobson, who with an expe rience of some eight years, will be found un questionably the right man in the riht place, and exceedingly accommodating. Better salesmen than he are exceedingly scarce. THE PANTS' STOCK is also consigned a special department, in ex tent almost a store in itself, Mr. W. G. Cath cart having charge of it. Mr. C. is "all there ' nothing is a trouble to him patienco ap pears his leading virtue, and so long as you are pleased he is happy. Only give him half a chance to supply your wants and you are breeched to your satisfaction, whatever you may want, and not a moment is wasted in the operation. Once try him. the THE YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT is the Special province assigned to our former Fremont fellow citizen, Mr. J. II. Reed, whose gentlemanlyaud cheerful attentions ore known among ns as admirably seconding his ability in recommending and securing the utmost confidence of customers. He has a splendid line of goods and is selling them to. Call and see him. THE FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT occupies the center of the store and is very extensive, fashionable and well arranged, be ing presided over by Mr. Allen Manchester, assisted by Mr. Peter La Tour, to whom it does great credit. Mr. Manchester is quite a favorite with the swells, and ,is a first-class hand at "rigging them ont" in the best of style at a cheap rate Mr. La Tour lso rendering most competent and obliging service to the many customers in this deportment. Mr. G. W. Mabley fills the capacity of cash ier, and in that position evidences much of the excellent business capacity and ability which has characterised the successful career of his worthy paler he being efficiently as sisted by Mr. Wm. Kohler. Mr. Wm. Mabley is daily in constant atten tion to the general supervision of the business himself, but we have the greatest satisfaction in congratulating him on one of the finest teams of assistants we ever met with all pull ing with equal energy in the one direction all equally attached their to principal and tha utmost geniality and candor animating the countenance of each one. No wonder tha Leviathan Store prospers. Reader call and judge for yourselves protit will certiialy re ward your discretion. tor or A S. ' AN EXCELLENT BUSINESS FIRM Coblentz, Miller & Rouse to the Front. a In the present age of conmercial enterprise, extensive establishments old comprehensive ' stocks are fast becoming tb rule rather than the the exception. Though we have already re ferred iu these columns to i large number of such houses in Toledo, we know of cone we have visited which has greater claims to pub lie attention and patronage than that situated at 77 and 79 Monroe stree:. This firm for merly conducted business it 454 Broadway, and so successful were they that it became imperative more extensive i remises should be taken for tbe conduct of tliex rapidly increas ing trade. Hence, in April last they secured the present spacious premists, on Monroe St, in taking possession of whica they largely in creased their stock of goods, The store prop er has an excellent frontage of 30 feet, and runs back 90 feet, the private office being in the rear. Below it they store all the heavy goods, nails, bar and sheet iron.pumps, tubing, its. First floor above will be found a splen did stock of stoves, and above that the spa cious tin shop and door and sash glazing shop in which departments quite a number of men are constantly employed. But we pro ceed to note a few features prominently sug gesting themselves in THE BTOSS PB0PEB. In the way of builders' hardware they have a special good line, particularly in loois, nans, locks, hinges, Ac, beside every description of modern designed door and window fastening, Ac. They further keep quito a variety oi small implements of husbandry for the farm and garden, which bave been selected with care, and present quite a fascinating combina tion. Beside these will also be found every thing in the way of house furnishing hard ware and tin and copper ware, while they manufacture in zinc or sheet iron to the quirements of their customers. Another very important branch of their business may here be referred to that of fixing iron and tin roofs, of which work they have performed quite a number of highly complimentary jobs both inside and outside the city inside and outside the State. They also affix "Garry's Iron Roofing" for houses and railroad cars which is characterised for its lightness, econo my, durability and exceptional perfective fin ished appearance. Expansion and contraction is obviated nails and screws are dispensed with and when completed, the work presents beauty and simplicity, combined with the most satisfactory effect, attained by no other process yet discovered and more, the expense it is exceedingly n.oderate in consideration the advantages d. -rived. In stoves they do quite a wnolesale, as well as retail trade, and keep a full line oi the most approved makes for parlor or cooking purposes for the con sumption of .coal, coke or wood among them being the "Triumph," "Pioneer," "Fire Prince," "Young America," the "National," Paragon," Ac, beside a variety of ranges. grates, Ac. In white lead, paints, oils, glass, putty and painters' material generally they keep a large stock and supply glazed sashes, doors, Ac, to order. They are agents for "Page's Patent Tanned Leather Belting" un questionably the best known to the trade and they have a large assortment of the "Buf falo Scale Co. 'a matchless scales," as alsov a beautiful showing of Osborn's famous brass wire cages, an ornament to any household. Another novelty which attracted our attention was the "Patent Planished fire proof tea and coffee pots" equally attractive and durable either Britinnia metal or silver plate, and offered at a very much lower price. They keep about the most superior stock of Ameri can cutlery in tho city particularly pocket cutlery, while that for table use is remarkably weU selected. Indeed, we might continue thus to enumerate for an hour and then fail to give their extensive Btock a complete descrip tion. Mr. J. J. Coblentz is a first-class prac tical man and generally superintends all work. Mr. J. Miller conducts tho purchases and assists generally, while Mr. Rouse fills tbe capacity of salesman. They are all live business men energetic, gentlemanly, and most accommodating, which, together with the characteristic merit of their workmanship and goods, accounts for their post success. We particularly besr,eak for them a call assuring who may bestow upon them a single favor that ample satisfaction will follow. Gentle man, may you continue to prosper. Jefferson Cheese Factory. JEFFERSON CO., WIS., May 7, 1873. I am much pleased with the Anderson Steamer ; It cannot be surpassed. I do not more ithan half the wood that I used with vat and heater under it I can equalize heat with less difficulty than with any heater ever used. I have seen and used many dif ferent heaters that have been in use for the 25 years, and I can safely Bay it Is the best in use. Any information needed I will cheerfully give. Yours truly, JEFFERSON CO., WIS., May 7, 1873. W. G. FOX. Ague Conqueror No Q,uinlue, Arsenic or PoisoiiB. This is strong language, as Fhyicians and Chemists have fr years tried to compound a preparation that would entirely cure Fovei and Ague without the use of such strong medicines as Quinine, Arsenic and other poisons injurious to the system. There is no case of Fever and Ague, Iutermi'.tant or Bil lious Fevers, Congestive Chills, Jught Sweats, Liver Complaints, Ac, that thit remedy will not cure at once and permanently. It purifies the Blood, Liver, Spleen, and idl secretory organs so effectually that the Chili; will not return during the season, even when persons have had them for years. Sold by Thomas, Grund A Lang. Do you know that you can buy the best prime Rio Coffee for 3.3c, and the best roast ed Rio Coffee for 30c at the People's Store the best place in town to buy groceries. 25-27 You can buy nice White Sugar for 10c, the best Tea raised in China for ,60, .CO, .80 and $1.00 at the People's Store, Perry Close, proprietor. 25-27 Have you Been those nice, choice Turkish prunes at P. Close's. Fresh lot every week. 25-27 Call at the People's Store for Bargains; keep the largest stock of Groceries and Crockery in the city. Perry Close, proprietor. 25-27 ' Everybody says that that they can buy best Tea at the People's Store, P. Close, proprietor. 25-27 Centaur Liniments Hive cured more wonderful cases of rheumatism, aches, pains, swellings, frost-bites, caked breasts, burns, scalds, calt-rheum, Ac, upon the hu- iSLtJ" man frame, and strains, spav Si ""'in, galls, c, upon animals, in k.ETpTB one year, than aU other pre tended remedies since the world began. Cer tificates of remarkable cures accompany each bottle, and will be sent gratis to any one. here is no pain which these Liniments will relieve, no swelling they will not subdue lameness they will not cure. This is strong language, but it is true.: No family or stock- owner can afford to be without Centaur Lini ments. White Wrapper for family use ; the YeUow Wrapper for animals. Price, 50 eta. ; large bottles f 1.00. J. B. Rose A Co., 63 Broadway, New York. Catorl i. more than a substitute for Cas Oil. V. is the only safe article in existence wnicn is certain to regulate tae bowels, cure ma-cone and produce natural sleep, lt is loasant to take. No more sleepless mothers crying babies. Price 35 cts. per bottle. JEFFERSON CO., WIS., May 7, 1873. W. G. FOX. Married. Bv Kev. M. Lone. Mr. David Walter to Miss Mart A Brunthaver, both of Sandusky County. A WarUng to Tresspassers. IX persons found hunting, shooting or other wise trespassing on the premises of the under signed will be prosecuted to the full extent ot the law: A. M. Franks Q- Seldenbaugh, C. Bell, Peter Bruntbver, Martin Brunthaver.Adam Brunthsver, Buunthaver. Wm. Brnuthaver, I. Spoon, Christ. Clark, A. B. Furgersou, Went & Dana, John New man, 1). Thompson, L. Leppeiman, Joe Lata, John Jobn .Smith, Wm. Smith, Jacob ilutlvfauies Pork. Fremont, O., June 16, Id;, tS-W UllJUiJuvJ HI fir ) V ll I aT Man aaAaal itaMaWttkaai ETph 's f V J-. s y$r- f: .' . V ' V?V;,-; The Great River Show and Plantation Exhibition by Rail. Tho Most Wonderful Array of Talent Ever. Presented to the Public. FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS! The Champion Representatives of tbe Arenic World who will chastely present to the public the most thrilling and perfect conceptions of Equestrian, Calisthenic, Gladiatorial and Olympian Art, in conjunction with the most marvelous Exhibition of Educated Animals Ever Witnessed ! DAN RICE will positively appear in Costume at each Exhibition, assisted ly the King cf the Arena, SIR. JULIAN EENTf America's Greatest Clown, Arenic Comedian, and Comic Vocalist Horse The world renowned Blind Talking Is not dead, as has been reported, but is sUll living and perfor k m the rino- every day, the most wonderful specimen of brute instinct, intelligence and0 culture living. The universal and well merited reputation of the Marvelous Excelsior, needs no further comment. THE MOST ARTISTIC TROUPE OF MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS, GYMNASTS fit ACROBATS, rr- ITT f& i fern- aim (m: This is the finest Circus in talent ever projected. Each and every detail has been arranged with the most scrupu lous care, and is the result of a life-long experience, untir ing zeal and energy. No effort nor expense has been or vv-ill be spared to present to the people of America a Circus worthy of their patronage and approbation. Mcisicinbcr the Date, Doors Open at X and 7 O'cllt. AD1-IISSI02T 50 Cents. Children Under Ten 25 Cents." JOHN A. M0AK, General Agent. S4 In full Size 2 CD B o O t -o I CO oo V) CD Q o CO c CO O o o u i 3 CD 3 CO CO r Q- CD O 3 CD CD CO CD CD CO o CD co" o" 3 O ! CO O co 2 CD 7 o - o 3- 3 O f H -2 53. d. O S3 CO w S3 H O d w n M 6 H H 0 K M i ft fi d H n y u M H 9 T3 Wishing to make change in this branch of our business we ar OFFERING FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY! (Tl?;! fTT j"" en. ss ? 1 ui.tJT'L. GnI. S'atafM". Plated snd Fancy Goods, Cnt G!s Ware, Peoorstcd snd Chamber Sets, Hanging Baskets. Versailles Ware and ail other Fancy Guoda. A. W. BARLOW & CO., 71 and 73 SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO.: WEED SEWING MACHINES! THE FAVORITE LAVfJ nOWHH! The Best of their Kind in the Market! A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO DEALERS! The attention or Granges and other cash purchasers solicted. Send for circulars. WEED SEWING MACHINE CO., Warehouse 222 Summit Street, Toledo, 0, No. 140 SUPERIOR STREET No. 140 TOLEDO, O. One of the Largest, Best snd Cheapest Houses in the Stale. AUGUSTUS B. TABER, WUOLZSAU AXD RETAIL DEALIR I!f RUSTIC WORK ijt mow AND wood, Comprising some very beaatif al designs in Settees, Arm Chairs, Rockers, Croqnet Chairs, Tete-a-Tetes Hanging Baskets, Flower and Card Stands, Ac. ORNAMENTAL VASES, Iu Iran and Terra. Cotta, Ranging in price from $3.00 to $300 each. FOUNTAINS, $40 to $2,000 each. Excelsior, Archimsdian and PhiladelphlalLaws Mowers, Garden and Flower Seeds, Horticultural Imple ments, Ac, at prices to salt. GEO. W. SELLARS, MAHljr ACTl'MH OP AWNINGS, TENTS, FLAGS, HO RSECOVERS,&c. ERIE STREET, Between Jefferson ft Monroe TODEDO, OHIO. Particular Attention paid to Window Awnings. KigQt new uomeouc strip; also tne -uuulun, and two other Imported Stripes. The onlj place to get them in the City. Terms on application. Particular attention paid to country orders. Goods shioDed uromnc. C. U. D. All work guaranteed the best reasonable prices reference given. aa-aa REAL ESTATE, Loan & Banking Office OF Raymsr; Seagrave & Co., FTBSI ITjLXIOSAZ XJLXK BUIlDIXOj SUMMIT STEEET, TOLEDO, OHIO. We Refer ! First National Bank. Toledo. Ohio. American Exchange National Bank, New York. .uot national nans, roton, .-nam. First National Bank, Slatersrllle, K. I. OFFICE HOURS FROM A.M. TO S P.M. K-34 iffej'' of PURDY & GUST, PROPRIETORS Fremont MarbleWorks And Dealers in mm m mm mvi Brotcn Stone and Granite, State Street, East Side, Fremont. IW Monuments and Tombstones manufactured the latest styles and from the best designs. Inscriptions cut in Dotn Herman ana jngun PLUCK NO. 1. PLUCK NO. i. TIIE HEW CHHOMOS-From WItXABD'S Famoui Paintings. These Eleeant Chromos are by far the most ex- : .. n a rrl ivn ti t Km nnhlio luini. of humor ard "pluck" to to last extent. It or f? inches moanted a poo canvas and .trainers. ' Price $!0 the pair. Send orders to the mblii-her, J. . Ktt'tn, superior street, :ieveiand, Ohio. 94 Jnmont gliraitfrctiirfrs. PEASE, EUKHELL & CO., ivscruTcusa or Open and Top Buggies, CARRIAGES AND SPRING WAGONS. FACTORY EAST END OF BRIDGE, FREMONT, - OHIO. AU work warranted. ESTABLISHED OVER SI YEARS. Fremont Foundry AND . ENGINE WORKS, FREMONT, OHIO, D. L. JTJ1TE a CO. Prcp'rs. Engine from S to 100 horse power on Le short, est notice. Mtii Gt&riDg aad CaMiug one oi tae specialties. BaiMiug Cadtiups and Loiumoa, aud Potash Kettles aJways in stock. Patent ILachet Cider Press Screws, both wrought &nti cast, oa hand. ESTABLISHED IN s.a7juiie, Manufactnrer of Boilers, Smoke Stacks, BOILER BREECHING, Ac. FREMONT, OHIO. Estimates promptly supplied and all work guaranteed. WEST L DA1IA, Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber. Mills at Fremmt and Green Creek. Office oi State Street, FREMONT, OHIO. W. B. CLOUD. T. L. WTKES, CLOUD , WYEES, Manufacturers of Oak&AshButterTubbs A3D WHITE ASH HANDLES, FREMONT, OHIO. W All Batter Tubs Iron Hooped and Painttd. s. L. JUHS. D. L JU1TE a SOU, Minnfactarers and Wholesale and Retail Dealora la TB3 CELEBRATED Fremont White Lime. X Cat Brandt t Cement or Sate. Also Manufacturers of Frear Stom AU Kindt, Shapes nd Slut or Building Purposes. The Best Building Material Now In Cse. OJIee near tlte h. S. 3f. S. R R. Fremont, O. CALL AT Tschumv & Doncysons FURNITURE w Ann ROOMS and Examine tbelr Elegant Assortment OP CABINET WARE, TABLES, CHAMBER SUITS, LOUNGES, Ac, itc, &e. They Lave recently adJel an Upholstery Department and are prepared to do anything in that line. TSCHCMT A DOXCYSON. Corner Frost and Garrison Sts., FEE3IONT, O.