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cated on Front street. Fries low, and time o suit purchaser. For particulars inqaire of K. A. Bristol, at the hrrdware store of Can neld, Hedrick & Bristol. 22-25. RAILROADS. RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY—GOING EAST. A.M. A.Jf. 10:57 :s 114 1:t 1:11 7:W 14:37 r.. 8:80 8:44 10:65 p. v. Leave Toledo Fremont , Clyde Monroeville 6:65 J:l(l 7:27 7.80 Writ) Arrive Cleveland GOING WEST. . 3:311 0:18 8.tl5 Leave Cleveland Monroeville Clyde Freraont Arrive Toledo r,:85 6:8v :(? :!1 10:40 1:011 9.-; 9:55 1(1:14 11. -SO Way Freight. soma east. ' aorxa west. Leave Fremont, fcsor.n.) Leave Fremont, S:10 r.u. LAKX XKII & LOBESVILL1 aAILlTAY UOIXO SOCTU. Leave Fremont, :85 a, m. 7:10 p. K. :00 a. at. Fostoria, jww ,:au iu:di 11:W S:2T 1:55 p. a, 1:00 p.m. 11:30 4:15 nnuiay, A rive Lima GOING NORTH. Leave Lima, S:S5a. . 8:45 p, Findlav, e:il 4:SO :00a. 1:18 p. SAO .. 4:45 Foetoria, 6:1 . o:if3 Arrive Fremont, 7:S0 0:30 SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. TOLEDO WABASH & WESTERN RAILWAY. The great continuous Short Line to Saint Louis, Hannibal,- Vainer, Keoauk and Kansas-City, throng to th Mississippi river without change of cars, and connecting closely with all. jmjiiiIS in Missouri, Kswaa, Colorado and California. Pnll iuan PA LACK SLEEPING CARS, on ail night train - Morning Through Fart Kxjyrem, Kxprfxe, Exprca. Leave Toledo. ....... T:M0 a m 11:85 A M 11:40 r a Arrive Ft.- Wayne... ll.-OU 8:85 r :& a H Wabash 1:08 r 6:45 " 4:30 " " Peru 1:40 " 6:80 " 8:15 - " Indianapolis 8r25 :40 " " Logansport.. S:3i " 7:10 " 5:45 " " Laiavette....' : " 8:45 " 5 " " Dam-Ill 11:40 " M " Decatur S:i a 12:110 v " Springfield... 4:35 " 1:45 p M ' Jacksonville 6:15 " 8,9 " St. Lour.... 7:45 4:45" " Oulncy 10:30 ' 6:50 " Keokuk lftOO " 7:85 Trains strive at Toledo from the West at t:20 a. x., 10:45 a. au, and 5:u5 p. m. Accommodation leaves at 6:30 p, n. and arrivae at 8:10. W. L. MALCOLM, Gen'l Pass. Agt. SPECIAL NOTICES., HOUSEHOLD PANACEA AND Why will you Suffer! To all persons suf fering from Rheu matism. Neuralgia, Icramps in the Uinhs (or ptomvh. Bilious colic, rain ui tne hack, bowelsorside, we would say. The HOUSEHOLD PANA CEA and Fam HiT Liniment is of all FAMILY LINIMENT. (others the remedy you want lor inter nal ana external use. It has cured the above complaints in thousands of cases. There is no mistake about it. Try it. Sold by all Druggists. Dr. S, D. Howe's ARABIAN-MILK-CURE lor . COESUMPTIOS, And all Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST and Ll'MiS, (The only Medicine of the kind in the world.) - - A Substitute for Cod Liver Oil. Permanently cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, Loss of Voice, Shortness of Breath Catarrh, Croup, Coughs, Colds, &c., in a few days, like magie. , Price $1 per bottle. ALSO, TtT. Si I. HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier, Which DIFFERS from all other preparations in its Ihhxdiat action upon the,... LITEB, KIDNEYS AS D BtpOD,. It Is purely vegetable, and cleanses the system of all lmpnrltiee, builds tl right up, and makes Pure. Jilch Blood. It cures Scrofulous Diseases of all kinds, removes Constipation, and regulates. For "GENERAL," "LOST VITALITY, and "BRO-KES-DOW?( COJJWTrTtjTlOMJ," I "challenge the lth Century" to find its equal. EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. - Price $1 per Bottle. Bpldby S. BUCK LAN P tc SOX,, Sole Agents for Fremont, Ohio. DR. S. D. HOWE, Sole Proprietor, 161 Chambers St., New York. t'entaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centaur Liniment will not re lieve, no swelling it will not subdue, and no lamenesr which it will not care. This is strong I language, but it is true. It has atjfTfB' - F"008 mor cores of rheu matura,. neuralgia, lockjaw, palsy, sprain, s walling, eaked-breasts,' scalds, barns, salt rheum, ear-ache, &c, upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, &c, upon ani mals in one year than have all other pretended remedies tinoa the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an all healing pain reliever' Crip ples throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bite are rendered harmless, and the wounded are healed without a scar. It is no humbug. The recipe is published around each bottle. It is selling as no article ever before sold, and it sell 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 100Q certificates of re markable cures, including frozen limbs, chron-lc-Theumataaxn. gout running tumors, &c, have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, &c, gratis, to any one requesting it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth on hundred dollars for spavined or iweenied horses or moles, or for screw-worm in sheep. Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at tention. No family should be without Cen taur Liniment, Sold by all Druggists. 50 cents per bottle; large bottles 11.00. J. B. -Boss 4 Co., 53 Broadway, New York. Castorla is more than a substitute for Cas tor OiL It is the only tae article in exists euca which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic, and pro duce natural sleep. It contains neither mine ral, momhine or alcohol, and is pleasant to takv Children need - sot ery, mother may a. CIK -aicfe rt. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Will cure Tyspepsis, Will cure Liver Complaint, v WiHcnre Pain In the Hide, Will cure all Bilious Disorders, Will cure Jaundice. Will cure Marasmus, Will enre Indigestion, Will cure Hick-headache, Will cure NcrvouB Weakness, Will enre Conatinotioji. .. - Will ourifv the Blood, and Will strengthen and build you up to vigorous, loyous neaitu. noOFI.AND'S PODOPHYLLUM PILLS are an active cathartic, operating without nausea or dis tress. Serviceable In all Bilious disorders, with Proprietors, JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO.. Philadelphia, bold by all Druggists. OBSTACLES TO 5IARRIAGE. Hanpv Relief for Tonnar men from theeftcctaof Errors and Abuses in earlylife. Man hood Restored. Impedunenistoalarriageremoved. New method of treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Books and circulars sent free, sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 4 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an Insti tution naviug a nign reputation tor nonoranie con. duct and professional skill. Confessions of an Invalid, Pt'ELisrtED- as a WAEsnfB and for the benefit of Youre Mbn and othehs who suffer from NERV OUS DEBILITY, LOSS OF MANHOOD, etc.snp plying ths mrwut tif e-cr. - Written by one who cured himselfafter undergoing considerable quack ery, and sent free on receiving a post-paid directed envelope. Sutler-era are invited to id dross the author, . NATHANIEL MAYFA1R, 11-3. Box 153, Brooklyn, N. Y. CMldren Often Look Pale and . Sick from no other canse titan having worms In the Momacn. BROWNS VERMIFUGE COMTITS vrill destroy wonnx witboat injury to the child, be iiu; Dcrtectlv WHITK ond free from all coloring or other injurions HErredientPTiPnally used in wotm preparatioiirt. ttUJ la unuvr jn, rroprwinrrv 4u. no f uuuu ntaTi, in1 iuri, Sold bv DrvtiU and ChrmtiM-, and Dealer fn t'.l.- ... A 1..,m,n- ..r-K ' m v; a Uj.w ww;Hir im X w Tt s a -r a v n a a m - Tbemoat Wonderful Dlicsrcry of tbe i9tb Centnrr. Thirty Years' Experience of an Uia iNurse. ITIrs. W i uiiow'i N'aatbl ns: Rrvun Is the preecription of one of the best Fe male Physicians and Nurses in the United States, and has been used for thirty years with never (Ail ing safety and success by millions of mothers and cluldren, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects acicjty of the stomach, re lieves wind colic, regniatcs the bowels, and gives rest, health and comlort to mother and child. We believe it to be the Best and Surest Remedy in the World, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIAR RIIOSA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions will accompany eacu bottle. Nolie genuine na-lessthefsc-simileoi CURTIS PERKINS is on theontshlewrapper. Sold by all Mediciue Dealers. It is Not Generally Known That the shortest possible route between the East and Great West is through St. Louis, over the St Louis, Kansas City and Northern Short Line. This road has gained surprising importance by reason of immense expenditures in the last two years, of over two million dollars, besides earnings, in improvements of road-way, in relaying then line with best quality of new steel and iron rails, on broad hew ties, and by substituting for ordinary cars,new reclining chair coaches,elegantIy carpeted and fitted, with dressing rooms with toilet conven iences for ladies, gentlemen and families traveling with children, without any extra chary.. This line runs six fast Express trains between the Missis sippi and the Missouri Rivers, two more than any other road, and connect with all the great Land Grant Roads in the West, and has adopted all mod era appliances for comfort, speed and safeguards against accidents, including night and day watch men, who inspect the road before and after the passage of each train to see that everything Is in order. We recommend those contemplating a trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas City and 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 ticket agent selling through tickets to the West. . For map, circulars and time tables address cither Geo. D. TeDer, Buffalo, N. Y.; or P. B. Groat, St Louis, Ho', either of whom will furish anv information desired. Go West Through St. Louis. To all who ateseekingnew 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, qn'ck and direct ronte-by way of St. Louis, ever the Miawuri Pacific Through Line It Is equipped with flue Day Coaches, Buck's Reclining Chair Cars, Pullman's Palace Sleepers, the famous Miller Safety Platform, and the cele brated WeetinghoHse Alr-Brake, sndVnnsitltrrains from St, Louis to all principal polntsin the West without change. The Texas connection of this road is now completed, and 'pass engers are offered a firstrdass all-rail route from St. Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas & Texas R.R., tia&JSedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R. R., tiia Vinita. For information in regard Jo Colorado.Ecurslpns, or trips to any point in the. Great Wet, address or call upon either of the.followlBg named Agents of the line: J. F.' Thompson, 157 Exchange "St., Buffalo, N. Y.; S. H. Thompson, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio, or E. A.FordGeneral Passenger Agent, St. Lous, Mo. Quention will be cheerfully and promptly anmeeredl Cheap Farms for Sale-Easy Terms. The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Company offers 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. Louhvto all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineralwealth, schools, churches and law-abiding society invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruits and flowers." For parOcurars' address A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis. Mo. A better Remedy 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. The best Dye Stuffs and the best Eecipts 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. ' Dorr & Hon are offering a really attractive line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Cur Kid button and lace boot. Call and see them. IMPORTANT SALE OP AT Put-in-Bay. H. J. RAFFENSPERGER WILL SELL Of Beautifully Situated and Valu able Property at Put-In-Bay, Ox Wednesday the 8th July. The magnificent location and growing popularity ' of this lovely Island is too ' well known to require comment. : The : present opportunity is an exceptionally valuable bus and should not be missed.'' PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK. LOCAL MATTERS. Produce. Wheat red is worth tl. 25: white: $1.28. r Flour from red wheat, $6.50 p barrel; from white, $7.00. Oats, 4647c. bu. Corn, 555Gc Bran, 80c., ? cwt Shorts, $1.35 $ cwt Corn MeaL $1.35' ? cwt. Eggs, 12c $ doz. Butter, 14 Wise d ID. Eureka! What do you mean? Why, "I've found it." Found what? Why the place to obtain the most fashionable, best fitting and most serviceable gents furnishing goods the State can produce. Where is it? Why Cooper Price's, corner f Sum-' mit fc Madison., streets, Toledo. "You goto," Corroct and he did go. Keader, "go show and do likewise. Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session on Monday evening.' Members all pres ent exceptEIderkin, President Guret in the Chair1. Minutes Of previous meeting read, and approvea. iNew sidewalk in front of lot 297, and the1 repair of sidewalk in front of lot 295,' on Garrison ' sweetr, ' were ordered.; The committee on gas reported that it would cost about $1,300 to extend pipes and establish' gas posts as pe titioned for by citizens on the East side of the river, lhe petition of Dr. Harlan and others was presented asking Council to remove all fences' and other obstructions from streets and alleys, and that all public streets and alleys be opened and kept open. Keferred to Committee on Imorove frnnnfa Tli, Vxmv .44-am am Tmvma.a iucuioi a uc uviuuiitcc uu xuiuiu rcv ments were directed to make an ex-; amination of North Center street and report to Council at the next meeting in what manner said street ought to be improved, and an esti mate of the probable cost and ex pense of such improvemcn. ' Sundry bills presented and allowed. : Ad journed to meet next Monday eve mg. . FASHION ITEMS. A Tory pretty button in the shape of a tiny clam shell, but exquisitely tinted in pink and white, is quite the rage for India muslin suits when the overakirt is to be looped with bows and ends of pink ribbon.' Feather trimming of either dark gray or brown is much used on tha new steel gray walking suits, and is quite a appropriate and stylish as the fur trimming so intensely fash' ionable and extensively used during the past summer. Large black sunshades, or mora correctly speaking, umbrellas, tnmincd with either black thread laoe or white point apjiiquehave taken the plpoe of the pagodn-shaped, fringe trimmed pongee sunshade of the last three summers. French ladies never fold their summer dresses in packing. They are relied in wrap ping paper and thus their fresh and stiff ap pearance is always i retained. There is no reason why American ladies shooUi not take he hint and do likewise. : . NEWS ITEMS. The Senate Committee have vindi cated Senator Mitchell Irom scan dalous charges made against him. ' : The Government of Germany; Ser via, and Roumania have formed an alliance to protect their interests against the designs of Turkey. ' Under the sundry civil appropri ations of Congress. Cincinnati i3 to have $000,000 for public, buildings, which means a new post-office. Chicago pays more for advertis ing than any other city in the coun try, and grows faster. Merchants should learn a lesson in business. -: The original abolitionists held their re-union at Chicago on the 10th, but the number in attendance was very limited, and few of the most noted "originals ' were present Dr. Valentine Lamersman,, a young physician of high' standing was drowned in the lake at Cleve land on Monday evening' last. He had gone out in a row boat which capsized. The times are not propitious. In Cincinnati last week the Whisky Democratic candidate for , Water works Commissioner was elected over the Republican candidate, al though he had the support of the prohibitionist? and the morel influ ence of the Crusaders. The Board of Indian commis sioners haviDg resigned. It is again proposed to transfer the charge ' of the Indians' to the War Department lien, anerman will undertake to take care of them, and if he can't,' wa would be willing to see Phil Sheridetf try his hand. The Presbyterian General Assem bly in session at St. Louis is endeav-' oring to settle the vexed question! of whether or not the1 Apostle Paul's injunction on women of silence in public meetings shall be literally - obeyed. . The Medina Gazette says that a circus exhibited ac West Salem " a short time since, and among the attractions of the day was the old game of three card mohte, and one physician lost $24; one church mem ber lost $80; one old gray headed father lost $50, and one shrewd far mer lost $29. v ; . . The scientific writers of this coun try are delighted with the opportu nity now afforded by the munificence of Mr. Jam ps Lick, of San Francisco, to far outreach anything previously done c-r attempted the manufacture of telescopes. Mi. Lick, has made a donation of $700,000 for the pur pose of bunding an observatory on the summit of the Sierras: The Drunkards at their recent conference at Girard, ILL, wear a full beard, it not being permitted to wear moustaches only. A prolonged cussion took place as to' whether their rule 'should 'not be modified; but the conservative advocates of a full beard triumphed. They , also decided against brethren engaging in the banking business, and against giving their children a collegiate ed ucation. Trouble among the miners is so frequent a report that it does hot elicit as much attention as formerly, but in the Hocking Valley it looks as if bad work was brewing. - For some months the miners have been on a strike; and their: places have been supplied by negroes, and now fears of a collision are entertained; The negroes have been supplied with arms with - which to protect themselves from assault Onthe llth the situation 'was more menacing. The strikers were " assembling from ail peints at NelsonvilTe, and the ne groes were doing picket duty around the mines armed with mustets, and keeping the strikers out of camp at the bayonet point . On the 12th matters continued much the same as on the day previous. Some of the negroes deserted to the union minres, but' others ' were expected to take their places. Troops have been held in readiness to respond to the orders of the Adjutant General in case ariy violence is done by the miners. It is a rather singular condition of things when men cannot retain peaceable possession of their property and em ploy whom they choose to work for them. We do not dispute the right of the striker to strike, but he has no right to interfere with those wil ling to work for the wages he refus es. Skilled labor will always com mand acompetitive price in theinar ket, but Unions are the sure resort of incompetents and dissausued, un faithful workmen,- whose highest aim is to force a price for their labor instead of earning it by faithful, hon est' services.1 Latest advices irom Nelson villc, report all quiet, and the Union miners not interferes 'With the Independent workers.; ' - ' ' So need of going barefoot,or without a hat, Meng has plenty of Boots, Shoes. Hats and Caps, and selling them at rock bottom prices. Ladies serge polish a nice article at only one dollar and fifty cents. A great variety of fine straw Canton, Milan braid soft straw hats. Also New York style silk tats, etc., af Hong's. " 21tf ' ' The American Sardine Company.' The American Sardine Co.' Boneless Sar dines, are mnch better, and leu than half the coat of imported Sardines. ' 11-yl ' Dr. Baker' Pain Panaea, for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Diarrhcea, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Sprains, Burns, Scalds, Braises, Chilblains, Frost-bites Swellings, Soreness of the Joints, and all pain ful affections of the body, external and intern al. For Colds, Sorethroat, Quinzy, and dis eases of the throat and mucous membranoe, it is an invaluable remedy. Joatf F. Hsnbt, Cira&AN & Co, Proprietors, 8 and 9 College Place, New York. 3 - Ladles will find Munson's splendid French Kid Button Boots fashionable and exceed ingly neat at Dorr & Son's, Front street ' It Will Pay for Ladie to examine the COBSETSIsell for SO Cents, before baying elsewhere J.Josbfk. New Styles of Linen Collars and Cuffs re ceived by J Joseph.' There is no retail shoe store in Ohio that keeps such an extensive stock of first-claw goods and sells them so cheap a S. P. Meng. Mammoth concern. Corner Front and Cro ghan Street, Fremont, Ohio. I tlave In Stock a full assortment of Em broideries, Lacea, Bandkerchieis, plain, stri ped and checkedNainsooks, Cambric, Jaeo netsy Tarlatans, Swiss 'Malls, Xace Curtains' The above have been selected with and will be found the best of their Kmd, at my usu ally tow prices. '" - J JOtilVK McCuLtoch's Horse . and Cittla Powders are the best and cheapest in use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. "Now is the Winter of Our Discontent made Glorious. by the, arrival of beautiful spring, with its balmy days, warm "showers, green fields'and budding trees. 1 But with all this beauty and. brightness comes work. The gardens must be made, lawns cleared up," house- cleaning, painting,' papering, white washing, &c, to be done. For' as Nature awakens to new life and puts on 'fresh livery, so we, naturally, imitate her in this; and what ' more fitting example could we follow than hers ? Now, such being the case, it is a matter of the greatest' importance to know how best to do this, and where to procure the necessary materials of the best quality, ' and ' at the same time at the least cost That "the best is the cheapest in the end," is a fact accepted and acknowledged by all. ' First it is the best at the begin ning, lasts longer, costs no more for the labor io apply than ' poor mate rials, and lastly, there is very little difference in the first cost ; lam speaking now of paints in particular. ' Do you want to paint white? There is ho better or cheap er made than the Phoenix. Brand of Eckstein Hills & Co., for which I am special agent, " ;- It has now been tried in this city and county for ten years, and never for once, has it failed to give entire satisfaction. ' And I do firmly be lieve and assert there is no better lead made. For colored paints, for cottages, &c, we have our own colored paints, which, for durability and cheapness! far excel all liquid or chemical paints: They never fade or peel, and retain their lustre for years Zinc Paint, Graining Colors, Tar nishes, and Brashes to use them, al ways on hand, of ' the best quality, and at the lowest price. So much for paints. . . . . Now, after painting, the smoky walls must be papered and decorated; whitewash wont do; it rubs off, and soon looks a3 bad as ever.'1' I have the largest and best variety of Wall Pa per ever brought to this city, wMch must be sold at the lowest priceB. Now this is eaying a good deal, bat if you think of papering, don't buy' un til you look at my samples, and you will be convinced that this statement is true. -Butdoyou ask where is this place ? Where are such bargains to be had ? And where only are the best goods kept ? - Why ! Where else than at McCulloch's old" and reliable Drug Store ! Established 86 yearsago 1 1 Come' and aee. ,!