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Oa April 1st we commence reducing our immense stock of Dry Ooods, and will continue the sale until the ehtirs stock it closed oat. Oar stock now is very Urge nd well assorted, and we are selling goods at ery low prices. This is no humbug! V' mean ius' what w si which we will deraoastrate to j-ou on our counter. TVe would say to'&U, give ns an early call while tho stock is fall and well assorted. We are "also closing our books. AU hating accounts with ns please call and settle. GARVIN- & CO. f REDUCING STOCK. JOURNAL. DAY, J i.v E.T CO., CEI! Zi. ISM. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Green corn in the T.fiiii marked. Keedtown, Seneca county, is to Lave a post-'e- j-cratoei are becoming plenty and Tort Clinton has repealed its Suuday liqaor ordinance. Il'Ckjv.ile, Diiiince couuty, is to bare a new paptr. M.Un, llrie ctuaiy, Oliio, is now a money orner office. Frank IcVis don't know common folks any more. It's a boy. Judgo Phelps has decided the Van Wert ber ordinance to be invalid. The corner stone of the new Catholic church, at Van Wert, was laid on the 12th. Seneca county farmers are in tribulation about the ravages of th'i old style potato bug. Ihe apple crop this year will be very light The promi.it of the early part of the season is not sustained. Something of a farm. Squire Carlin, of Faxi'iar, has an SOD acm Limi in Wood eocn- ty pititd to oorn. Cornelius Bo won and Albert J.tckson, of Fulton county, have bona arrested for cattle and horse thieving. Lindon, seven miles from Tiffin, on the T. T. A E. R. .V, has a postoCice, and Lewis Von E'on is postmaster. llev. Oeo. Ttulil. formerly pastor of the German Reformed church, at Findlar, is - about to remove to Kenton. A new lodge of the order of Odd Fellows was esiablifhed at Genoa, on the 1 tth. Cal vin Brown is X. G. of the new lodge. Tbe CocRia comet is "ausgcspieit." Its rrandtur, like the advance announcement of a ' great show," was all in the advertisement, Republic Normal School has been organized at Republic, and will be opened on the 1st of September. Frof. B. B. Hall, will be princi pai. Xear Xew Baltimore, on the B. P. C. B. R., a .'reight train ran into a drove of cattle ou the loth, and a grand smash up was the result Dr. 3. B. Luckey, of Elmore, waa present ed with a gold watch and chain, on the even in? of the nth. by a number oi his warm friends. A. ia. Patterson, near Reubenville, was thrown from his buggy on the 14th, and had ti ankle broken, lie was otherwise badly injured. Edwin Goodcnough fell from a scaffold at Defence, on the 15th, and in his fall struck against a scantling cutting a severe gash in his aido. (Jn the evening of the lUlh a young man named Van Valkenburg was drowned at Oak Harbor while bathing in the Portage. He was sailor; The Gazette announces that John L. Fuller, of that place, has departed with a heavy load of debt on bis shoulders, which he carries lightly enough. The Sandusky Trotting Association holds its first meeting in Sandusky, August Oth. Taere will be nine races, the purses rangiDg from t ICO to J 10. A outh of 17 named Jonah Hopkins, resid ing near Napoleon, attempted to rape a little cirl aged 11 years, on the 12th. He is now in jail awaiting trial. Lucky that 26,000,000 miles intervened between ns and the comet, on Monday last, and that its tail was only o, 000,000 miles long. It only missed ns by 21,030,000 miles. The races of the Cleveland Club will be held at that place on the 23th, 29th, 30th, and 31st of this month. We are indebted to the managers for a complimentary badge. fc Grangers are finding it expensive business to keep up their organizations elsewhere. We notice that several of them bave disbanded, among them Colfax Grange, of Grundy coun ty. Iowa. Dr. A. F. Price will be absent from his of fice the first week in August in attendance at the National Dental Society as a delegate from tho State Society, nis oEce will be kept open by Dr. Creagr. W. H. Robinson, the patent pruning shears windier, baa come to grief in Medina, and now awaits trial on four charges of swindling and is under 1500 bonds in each cane. "The way of the transgressor, &c." The market for new wheat will open in a few day. Sell your wheat, save waste and loea,pay your debts,and if you have any money left put it at interest You will thus do good to yourself and to your neighbor. James L. Pope, aged 60 years, while en paged in moving a large stone, at Defiance, on the 10th, waa knocked down, and the crowbar striking him on the leg produced a c m pound fracture below the knee. We dropped in to ae friend Maxwell, at the Reporter office in Port Clinton, a few days a ;o, and "found hiin out." He is making a good piper, and his efforts seem to be appre ciated by the (rood people of that place. Deitz, about whose imprisonment the row waa raised in Fiudlay, has been released by Judge Pillars, before whom he was taken on a writ of habeas corpus, because he was al lowed to remain ont of jail so long after sen tence. A new postoffioe has been established in Ottawa oounty. on the Peninsula, to be called Point Marble Head. It is to be located near demons' Dock, on the north side of the Pen insula, and Mr. Russell Douglas is to ba pott master. Nick Bartell, of Tiffin, who surrendered to the crusade last spring, opened a saloon again in the second ward of that city last week. Nick has shown hire: self possessed of so hon or, in violating a promise given of his own tree will. L. S- Lovell and brother, of Seneca county, have recently imported seven fine blood hors s. Among them is a stallion of the Perch e ron breed, silver gray in color, which weighs 1740 pounds, but is yet a good traveler and a marvel of docility. Two young men from Lima who were in toxicated, brushed against a like conditioned Van Wert man, at Van Wert on the afternoon of the 12;h. A dispute followed when the Van Werier abot at the Lima men. All par ties found a cell in the calaboose. As the 20 ih is past, and the earth still rolls on, we would remind our delinquent subscrib ers that their days of grace have only been extended a little while that they might settle up. Don't delay. There are sundry individ uals we would "very much like to see." Bellcvue has a disgraceful set of rowdies who should be attended to. Some of them wear brass knuckles, and strike inoffensive people without cause, and others abuse drunk en men because they are too drunk to defend themselves. They should be sent south. The commissioners of Seneca County have decided to bo fid a new bridge across the San dusky river at that place, but are in tribula tion because the city don't want to pay a fair proportion. Fortunately for the city the "old bridge" ain't on the W. H. & M. turnpike. - We sv Tuesday, in a car at the depot, a mare with but two" legs. The animal is about four years old and weighs nearly 800 pounds. She waa foaled in Howard couuty, Iowa, and has no fore iejrs nor shoulder blades. In all othr respecta she is a perfect animal, and of ful ent and old all is at the six-oared of our by has the in is find no on a the in in in I witn mm, i i ran wait snort distances on Her lima legs. T'JIh Tributte. A Iiltle sociable, all from differences of opinion, occurred among the laay members of the Colored MBthodist Church, in Fort Wayne Indiana. IUfreshmout was found in hair pulling, and inserting parasols in each other. About a dot an of the heartiest rioters were ar rested. Col. Smith, of the Wauseon Republican, has sold out bis interest in that paper to M.P. Brewer, formerly of the Bowling Green Sen tinel. CoL Smith ia a good newspaper man and we hope he may cast anchor in a good harbor. Mr. Brewer has our best wishes tor his success. A drunken brute, ia Defbn".e, who was driving at a furious rate through the streets on the 14th. struck his wife who was a mow u.tn Her ciTeue wa9 that the attempted to take Fortunately tie hrua and stop the horea. she ts not mnrh injured. Eubscnbtra who have paid postage on the Journal fir te present quarter, are tntiiled to rtfj:ve Uie scnount tack again, ts the law Usw:23 f- d uvt-Tj? ia the conn'y went in h to effect the first of this month. There is no mistake alout ttiii, ard subscribers should govern themselves accordingly. Atternp's are being made by. friends of Itush R. S'osne, to settle on a compromise of $30,003, hU bail bond being tlG.OOO, the set tlement to br criminal proceedings against bim. The R gtttrr opposes it as it should, and the commissioners must expect excoria tion if they do so compromise themselves. II. D. Crcvey. a resident of Tiffin, while orossinjt the T.T.iE. R. R. bridge at that piece, on the 13th,was struck by a car, knock ed down and ran over, and was so badly man gled that he died in fifteen minutes after. He was a painter by trade and leaves a wife and two children as well as a mother, who waa blind, in rather indigent circumstance. Ch. E. Ba'es, who in February last left this city tor Niagara Falls rather suddenly, and wlio was supposed to nave been loony eslt with, hM just turned up in Kansas City. A letter from Mm expresses a desire to return to Norwalk. There was no explana tion of his strange conduct in the letter, we understand. He has been the cause of a deal of trouble and anxiety to hie friends, and it will be difficult for him to "rise and explain" satisfactorily to those at all acquainted with his former standing htn.Xoncaik Reflec tor. The new potato bug, or rather the old long stiiDed one. ssvs the Mansfield Herald, re turned after a series of years, has come back among us. Taey are very lively, very gre garious and like Cromwell's General they "do not do their work negligently," for they will strip tbe leaves from a bill in two minutes. They rushed at the infirmary in auch droves on Friday that tbey were compelled to close windows and doors and shut them out All accounts agree that you cau't drive or scare them off. Several weeks ago, a colored barber at Ak ron named Daniel H. Green, aged 60 years, engaged a notorious colored woman named Mrs. Belle Brooks Parish, to decoy a mulatto girl into his power, which she did, when the psry drove to the "Croton House," live miles west of Akron on the Medina road, and there put up for a time. Tbe girl was forced into room, (tbe woman acting aa assistant, ana who held her hand over the girl's mouth while the outrage was committed,) and there rav ished by the old brute. Tbe man and woman then threatened her, aud prevailed upon her to keep the matter quiet, but it at last trans pired. Warrants were issued for the parties but they had fled. The colored people every' here should aid in handing these fiends to justice. Paper Patterns of the latest styles at the Domestic Sewing Machine office, corner Front and Garrison streets, Fremont $1 saved ia f I earned, which you will readily admit if you only call at the famous Dollar Store, 100 Summit at. Toledo. No house in tbe west is offering equal bargains. Thousands are flocking for the Great Dollar Store, 100, Summit street, Toledo, wntuc 'here is every conceivable description of goods being offered at a price never before heard of in the city. We understand that the Rev. S. H. Good D. D., of the Tiffin Theological Seminary, will preach in the Reformed Church, both morning and evening, on Sabbath next, when tbe public are invited. Money ia certainly scarce at the present time and to will soon be those choice lots in Case's Addition, Toledo, which are at present offered at $125. Apply before too late at cor. Adams and St Clair sts. ' ''Perfectly well, thank yon ; " was the reply made to us by a country friend, who added "I have not paid a doctor a cent for years, I always keep tho famons Whittlesey Proprietory Medicine in my house every drug store keeps it give it a trial." Ladies will do well to call at tbe Domestic Sewing Machine office, corner Garrison and Front streets, Fremont, to inspect the beauti selection of paper patterns. There was never a finer show in the city. is so By be er by city the of r wum July Regular Meeting. Of Fort Stephenson Grange, next Saturday (July 25th) at 2 P. M-, Business of impor tance. AU members are req nested to be pres By order of tbe Grange. E. W. AMSDEN. Secy. Fashionable cuts of every kinds of gar ment will be found among the paper patterns endless variety now showing at the Domestic Sewing Machine Depot, corner Front and Garrison streets, Fremont Call see them. For oils, paints, varnish, drugs or ahemi cals, no bouse can Serve yon better than the reliable establishment of McCullocb, Front street, Fremont Tou will there find you want in greater variety and cheaper than is obtainable elsewhere in this section. The Toledo Blade learns from the Presi dent of the road, that work on tbe narrow guago road from Bowling Green to Tontogany about to commence. It is expected the road will be graded and ready for tbe ties in thirty days. Bowling Green sees light ahead. Correction. In mentioning the beer riot Findlay, the name of Rev. M. Buerkle was used in connection with the German Reform ed Church. This waa incorrect and an injus tice to that church. Mr. Buerkle is pastor of German Lutheran church. We were mis led by one of tbe Findlay papers. Toledo Regatt commenced on Wed nesday under most favorable auspices. The principal event for to day, Thursday, ia a race, which gives the championship the association. The Toledo friends have congratulations that whatever they put their hands to is sure to come out ahead. Arrangements hare been effected by whieh the proprietory of the "Ball House'1 Hotel, in this city changes hands on Monday next, Mr. John Ford, late for many years proprietor of the "Exchange Hotel," Ballevue, succeeding Mr. Chas. Stough. Aa the change only just been effected, we shall refer to subject at greater length next week. List of Letters remaining uncalled for the Fremont Post Office, July 23d : Frank Bell, Marv Buous, J. M. Case, M. A. Clarence 2, John S. Chapman, Henry Hart wig, Job, Holmes, John Konlz, Franklin P. Latig, Ferd. Miller, G. W. Hickle, Elizabeth Tiner. Held for postage. Mr. Hanneh Overhalt, Miss. Mate 8. Price, Richardson & Felaey. Last week we referred to the new side walk being laid in the neighborhood of the agricultural machine works, located at the north end of the city. We now observe the Council have continued the same in the di rection of Mr Amsden'i lumber yard, and it being still further continued nntil it reach es State street This will be a decided im provement A Fact Worth Remembering. Five cents' worth of Sheridan's Cavalry Condition Powders, given to a horse twice a week, will double that amouut in grain, and the horse will be fatter, sleeker, and every way worth more money than though he did not have them. Married ladies, under all circumstances will Parson's Purgative Pills safe; they cause griping pains or cramp. Another fashionable marriage took place Monday afternoon a Mr. Merriam, of New Tork, to Miss. Nelly Pease, eldest daugh ter of the late Jno. R. Pease, of this city, which took place at tbe residence of the bride; the Rev. Chittenden officiating quite circle of friends bad assembled to witnesi ceremony and tender their most cordial congratulations. We understand it ia the in tention of the happy pair to reside in New York. t m f The Gents' Fashionable Furnishing house Toledo, is at S3 Summit street, where R. Birkenhauer will constantly be found pre pared tosubmit everything and anything new tbe trade. In the way of silk bats no house in the city can serve you better, while straw and other light summer goods he has a really superb line at bottom prices. If . . . . . ... sanfl (lull i-A trt aH I A il,a L' ' - w M&v OTOU DWI MTO UIVU' J cannot go any nearer way than by caliine on j. ' 1 Accident. As two men named Z. Crane and James W. Strohl, were engaged in E ir ch ard wood, KuscalUEge, felling timber for Mr. Amtden, Strohl's ax glided from where struck at the bunk of the tre sid struck those at ledo. just while in who want is room who had cents. few way, do. cor. be firm are brand son with is of week of of the the in skull the that are on in ths his foot, half severing the toes and a portion of the instep. Ke was conveyed to town, where Doctor Brinkerboff gave every atten tion to the injury, which, though of a serious character, promises a favorable recovery. Boys be careful with the ax. j Two cows, the property of Martin Nice and Philip Greesman, respectively, of the East side, on Sunday strayed away in the d reotion of the railroad track at the crossing of Fifth street, when a freight train came op and the "cow catcher" attached to the engine unfortunately caught the truant animals, breaking their legs. They remained by the side of the track all night aud on Monday morning Mr. Wm. Gill more, living near by, humanely put an end to their existence. Sheriff Coonrod received from constable C. C. Gardener, of Clyde, on Tuesday even ing, a prisoner named Abb. Hastings, a "hard case" residing ia Clyde, who had that day been bound over to the Common Pleas Court for attempt at rape opon the person of a little girl, aged 10 years, named Martha Courtenay. The prisoner has twice before been committed to the reform school and tbe present case hav ing originated in the public street it ia just proDaoie, u sustained, add. will indulge a protracted recess from the ordinary scenes of commercial life. We understand that on Friday and Satur day Fremont rs are to be favored with glimpse of one of the most extraordinary freaks of nature ever yet exhibited to wit, two-legged horse, fully matured and healthy. It waa exhibited at Clyce on Saturday, and Elyria on Wednesday, creating considerable euriosity and surprise. As the admission to be at the popular price of only 15c we can imagine a large number will be induced to witness the sight Under the head of "Read ables" further partic ulars of this extraordin ary animal will be fonnd in an extract from contemporary. For the purest French and American can dies of all kinds, pop corn in any form, cuoc olate, ifcc, the best place in the city of Toledo Messrs. Palmer fc Hills, of 237 Summit street, corner of Oak atreot. They are prac tical confectioners and wholesale dealers their rule being to supply only the finest goods. Their magnificent soda fountain is a! a great acquisition, while their matchless ladies' ice cream parlors are a boon to visitors not surpassed in the city. They have also constantly a supply of flue fruit, and for an exceptional treat strangers cannot do better than give them a call. "Take care of your understandings," was once the advice of a venerable sage to his sons as he yielded the ghost in this world, this he naturally inferred their minds and their feet, or in other words, their head and their heels. Nor let this wholesome advice underestimated by others, for while they may themselves take care of the upper story, they must depend on the ability of others to protect the lower. We mean the feet; and no man can better do this than the celebrated VajrpKLT, of Summit street, Toledo, (justov. the Commercial office). He is unquestion ably the boss custom work shoemaker in the city. Give him a calL Just now Cleveland is exercised by the revelations which the investigation of the fire department of that city is making. In the course of some remarks upon the matter mode the Leader it says : The Leader has been the onlv naner in the which has had the courage to point out costliness and frailtv of the Silsbv n. chines, to demand an investieation of the means by which they have so long been put upon the city to the exclusion of all otlmr patterns, ana to demand a competitive trial all the leading firj engine belore any new u n ... .. 1 . , . i m puiuiueu uy toe city. 1 nis is the machine which onr neighbor desired purchased for this city, under the name of the "Silsbury." a of Aa he to iu But our and o'd ities are ble the Statistic of Recorder's Office. 820 41G 30 The number of deeds recorded from 1st 1873, to July 1st 1874 Number of mortgages recorded from 1st 1873, to July 1st 1874 other Rail Road The number of leasee in same time The amount of money secured by mortgages in the county other than Road 41Ti.Sl The number of mortgagee canceled July 1st 1S73, to J uly 1st 1874 400 Amount of money released $371,175 Number of Rail Road mnrtmurtM . corded two (2) amount secured $30,800,000 gem. bear in page and tear ent pared far make JAMES WORST RECORDOR. And still they come, and still they aa. lovely pianos and organs usually fonnd Roaa & McGbzooob's, Summit street, To With unflagging energy, thia firm ore rushing trade nobly, Mr-. McGreggor ia splendid representative and business man, Mr. Roaa, with his accustomed happy disposition, ia a charming salesman. Both members of the firm are devotees to their profession, and endeavor to keep themselves unexcelled in their musical line by any house this section. Their daily arrival of instru ments and sheet music secure them the lead ing patronage and we feel sure that all those do business with them once will never inviting to "cail again." We cannot commend them too strongly to patronage and iupport Call. We atopped at the Dieker House. In St. Marys, on Friday last and took dinner. The landlord, Mr. Barr, fails not to charge up edi tors full fare, although he may receive their papers weekly free of charge. At least that toe way he served ns. After this date the Standard will not be found in the reading at the Dieker House. Celina Standard. That's the kind of au editor for you one would beg favors and then beslaver his columns with fulsome praise of anybody who favored him to the extent of twenty-five Is it any wonder that some of the public form such opinions as they do of edi tors as a class P Fortunately there are but a of this species left, and they are growing fewer, only occasionally is a young one de veloped. Charge for your advertisements as others charge for their goods, and pay your when you want anything, as other men Of course the Dieker House will fail "The Great Western Store,"Monroe street, of St Clair street Toledo, will invariably found ilie store above all others at which to secure the finest line of groceries and freshest country produce in the city of Toledo. The name of Teton & Rood has become the sequel to fair and profitable trading, which is amply bourne out by the immense trade they constantly doing. For the choicest full flavored teas and general first class line of groceries, their reputation has become as pro verbial as household words, while their famous of flour is universally submitted to be unexcelled. In fruits and vegetables, or sea delicacies of any kind, their stock will constantly be found replete, while their sys tem being to sell for cash every article is so low that yon cannot get supplies equal profit elaewhera in the city. This really a first-class firm and merits the favor at least a trial order. cent Rice the thing The issue, minds Beck, Beck oat for was on down billy, self what done, and and had fully with that the tends are and to with men not eases what there in not. but inncli curiosity waa excited in Toledo last by the display of criminal relics, or imple ments of villainy, contained In a case at the door Sir. J. Coopeb Pbice, cor. Summit and Madison street. The curiosities referred to were a collection burglar's instrument, old revolvers, sling shot, death toad, gags, daggers, Spanish stllleto, life preservers, Iron knuckles, knives, Ac, also a par tially burnt candle in the neck of a bottle, a hat containing a bullet hole and stains of blood, false whiskers, moustache, and other articles taken from prisoners at various times after falling a prey to vigilance of the city police authorities. They certainly formed a ghastly combination, intensified their awe-inspiring effect by the society of a and cross-bones. Mr. Price's natural unex celled genius in the interest of business, favored by accustomed courtesy of Captain Purdy, thus afforded the public a novel sight of local interest will not be readily forgotten, or the less ap preciated when it Is considered the said implements no longer in operation. Some few weeks ago we referred, and not without reason, to the inadequate lock-up ac commodation In onr city, since when we have heard various opinions expressed that the number of vagrants passing through Fremont were so few that ths subject was scarcely worth a second consideration. For the special benefit of all such "knowing ones" we eta' a authority that daring the week ending Ju ly 10th, male, female and children, our police seven night housed thirty, during tbe week ending July 17th, fifteen, and op to Thursday night of this week, eight and all acoommodatioa they had U place at ' disposal of such unfortunates was a wooden cage about 10x10 feet with a sort of shelf above. And on several occasions, independ ent of prisoners no less than ton tramps iu a night have been huddled together in these close quarters. If this lock-up accommoda tion is adequate ior such a city why we car only commend onr police, when applied to foi' sleeping quarters, to say "move on" and let this order be as the laws of the Medea and Persians, one "that altereth not." On Monday morning there was quits fashionable wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic church, the contracting parties being Mr. An ton Ochs, brother of Mr. Ambrose Ochs, (en gaged with Messrs. Dorr A Son,) to Miss Cardina Nunemaker, daughter of Mr. Anton Nunemaker, of this city. Both were members of the Sadality society, and hence a Urge in terest wjs taken in the nuptials by fiie mem bers. Ihe church was perfectly througed, and tbe appearance of the scene was of an exceptional imposing character. The Rev. Father Bauer officiated, and some choice se lections were sung by the members of the Sa dality societies, Mr. Geo. Held, the organist, also contributing suitable musical overtures. Thia may fairly be termed one of the most interesting and largely attended gatherings of the kind ever held at St. Josephs, and ev ery one seemed unanimous in the sentiment that long life and happiness might ever at tend the future of the happy pair. Arrested. It will be rembered that a robbery occurred at Puckerbrush last winter, in which the residence of an old man named Soyder was entered, himself and sister bound and searched, and afterwards threatened un til they told where their money was hidden ; and that afterwards the rascals coolly prepared supper of which they ate heartily, and then left No trace was found of them at the time, bnt last week some friends of the Snyders ' hearing a description of the man who had been arrested for the robbery of Father Ru dolph s residence, in Milan, concluded that he might have been engaged in the former rob bery, and took old man Snyder to Sandusky and confronted the robber with him. Mr. Snyder at once recognized him, and a search the fellow's trunk revealed a key which Mr. S. recognized by tbe string attached, and which on trial fitted his desk. The evidence being deemed sufficient, information was laid against him, and armed with the proper authority, the Sheriff of Huron county prc ceeded to Sandusky and made the arrest. The rascal now lies in Norwalk jail awaiting trial. he has served bafore in the penitentiary, has a good prospect in view of returning his former quarters in that institution. No clue has yet been obtained of his accomplice uie auyuer roDDery. banausny County Atlas. We last week briefly called attention to the fact that Messrs. Evert & Stewart's new atlas for Ssn. dusky county was completed, and that we had been favored with an inspection of a copy. both want of time and space prevented alluding to it at any length, hence we again revert to the subject This splendid work, to which further allusion is made else where, is beyond doubt one of the finest and most attractive volumes of its kind ever cir culated in this section. The sketches of the most prominent farms, attractive residences, public buildings, surpasses anything we have ever before seen, while the portraits of settlers and prominent local men are pic tures of the highest merit The sterling abil of the artist, historian, statistician and surveyor alike shine forth on every page and combined in tbe compilation of a measur able volume that will ever be dear and valua to devoted and active residents. The va rious maps are faultless, and furnish at a glance all desirable information relative to different townships, while the historical portion is singular for its accuracy and the plain but concise manner in which it is com piled. The work does not only form a lasting ... n- ;.. , " . . " u icunuie luiurmaiiou, out also auords host of very pleasing and instructive gener reading, while the city map is a perfect We were little prepared for aur.h array of exceptional talent to be brought to in the interest of our county, but now flatter ourselves with tbe result as unexcelled any other county. The work is beautifully printed and bears a specially designed title of the combined arts disulaved in iV production, while the building is very tasty well calculated to stand the wear and of ages. No devotee to the Dast or nre- success of Sanduskv countv should he without a copy the price of which com. with its beauty and completeness is below its actual value. We strongly rec ommeud those who have not yet ordered, to immediate application for the surplus number issued will be in the greatest demand a delivery. See it and we are assured will appreciate it. A Word About Our Police. The re case involving the escape of one Frank of this city, in custody for assaulting and robbing a young man on a freight train on Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Rail way, last week, has clearly illustrated the truthfulness of the old saying that "it is one to catch a prisoner another to keep him." facts of tbe case were given in our last and will doubtless still be fresh in the of our readers. The prisoner was be ing brought from the gaol by Police Constable and before going many yards he struck a fearful blow in the stomach and es caped. It would be difficult to conceive a clearer or more fojjjble case to illustrate the importance of a few hints we recently threw as to the absolute necessitv'ot our consta bulary being thoroughly equipped by the city the proper execution of their duties. Here a prisoner of rough character in enstodv a charge of felony, but permitted to walk the street by the side of the constable in perfect freedom. The officer had no cuffs, no and apparently without any means of defence unless he should have nis own re volver in nis pocket Conscious of tbe situa tion, what did the prisoner do why only any other such a character would have he made a bold stroke for his Ubertv succeeded, much to the annoyance of the officers and the court, as also to the disgust prejudice of society. True the constable a revolver, and used it but only one bar rel out of six exploded. Is not the moral here presented as clear as the noon day? Why ap point constables at all if they are not to be equipped for an emergency!' Why ap poiut a man to the onerous position of a guar dian of the peace and trust to his pugelistic ability in an emergenoy leaving him clothed no more means of self-defence than any culprit he may meet withP The simple badge adorns bis breast would indeed be an in significant protection in an emergency, while policy thus far observed by our city only to reassure miscreants tbey are in no im minent danger if they are good bruisers. We glad, however to learn that our "city fath ers" have resolved on securing hand cuffs and nippers for the men, but why half do the thing? Where are their dark lanterns, billy revolvers? Surely they cannot expect men provide these latter essentials in accordance their private means ? The miserable lamps in use of late require attention, and the put in possession of such revolvers as do require clicking five times before one bar rel explodes. As we said before, equip our policemen as they ought to be and then ex pect them to do their duty. And what is explain to them their duty in ordinary of emergency that they may know to do when the hour of necessity ar rives. But, as far as we can at present learn, are doubts as to their power of action extreme cases, auch aa the escape cf a pris oner, whether they are justified to shoot or We reserve our opinion on the subject, certainly think it is a point on which the should no longer remain in donbt. HERM0N& WILSON'S be Great Sale of Gros else Grain and Oil Boiled Ribbons will be continued until all are sold, at 25 cents per yard. No such Goods are to be found in this city of for the price. The Cause of Temperance finds one of its most insidious and dangerous foes in the many so-called "tonics" and "appetizers" made of cheap whisky and refuse liquors, fin ished np to suit depraved appetites under the name of medicine. Da. Walzee's Calipob xia VrsEQAB BlTTEna are none of these. They are not a beverage, but are a genuine medicina, purely vegetable, prepared from California herbs by a regular physician. For all diseases of the stomach, liver, kidneys, bladder, akin and blood, they are an infallible 1 bS unrivaled remedy. JO-??. not or or Historical Atlas of Sandusky County. PUBLISHERS' CARD. Th undersigned take this method of informing their patrons and citizens generally, that the New Ami of Sandusky County is at last completed, and ready for delivery. The time and labor ex pended upon this publication many of you are fa miliar with, and we assure you that there lias been no cheapening of the work in any of its parts, but from the original manuscript to the engraver's pen, nnd from the lithographing to the finishing touch of the Emlwssing press, all has passed Ihrongu experienced hands. This Atlas Is the crowning effort of onr ten years experience, and it is doubtful if we shall ever suc ceed however much we may endeavor in giving the same extent and variety of matter to a similar publication. We fully appreciate how justly we ure Indebted to the citizens of Sandusky, who have courteously aided ns in bringing to a sncceasfnl completion this volume of maps and drawings; the most eminent men of the county giving ustheJr confidence aud snpport For this aesistance we are truly grateful, and trust that our friends will receive the Atlas with due allowance for the slight errors that may have crept in, in spite of the most vigilent scrutiny. Copies of the Completed Map have been sent u the Couuty Officials, tor their critical inspection, and connected herewith will b t found their esti mate of its worth and correctness, as trell as a few special notices from the local press. The delivery ot me Atlae win commence .July aotb, ana we trust there wi il be a cordial readiness on the part of our EVERTS, STEWART ART & CO. OFFICIAL TESTIMONIAL. We take pleasure In stating that we have exam ined a copy of the New Historical Atlas of our County, now ready to issue to subscribers, and pro nounce it to be a most thorough, complete and ac curate Map, highly creditable to the County, and well deserving the patronage it has received. Messrs. Everts, Stewart 4 Co. have faithfully com plied with their pledges made to the citizens of Sanduskv Countv one vear ago. and the work ean- not fall to give satisfaction, and is bound to be of great interest and usefulness to a large majority of ourcltizenf. Webeleive that those who have or dered this splendid Atlas in advance of its publica tion will fully appreciate the time and labor expend ed upon its production, ana tne truly artistic man ner in which its numerous mape and lithographic views have been brought out We doubt if tnere was ever a more extensive map published of a sin gle county, ana it can well be roceivea upon its we merits. i hope the publishers will meet with a kind and prompt response from their patrons. r wumer. juaee oi rronate: B. C. Winters, County Clerk; James Worst, George W. Gurst, " Jno. P. Elderkln, " J. Evans, " H. ltemsburg, " H. Coonrod. " " Martin Lonanbasa, 1 Jean J Recorder. Auditor; Treasurer; Surveyor; Prosecuting Attorn tr; Sheriff; oaiiiMasfcja r; -S0 Wagon Loads of Straw Hats at Meng's We are selling them by the hundreds and more arriving daily. We are determined to supply the demand if it takes all the straw stacks in the country. 2 ltf Important to Ladies! Ladies will please note that Miss M L Thompson, Front St., opposite Tschumy & Doncyson's, has resolved to clear out her Spring: and Sum mer stocK of Hats and Millinery at and below Cost. Also, RIBBONS of every grade 25 Cts,, per yard all round. An early jcall is solicited. Henrj's Carbolic Salve is so wtll known that it is only necessary to caution against imitations. It requires a caref ul admixture of the carbjlic acid with other ingredients to produce a slve that may be rlied uon. The genuine only guaranteed. See that it bears tbe signature and private proprietary stamp of John F. Henry. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. John F. Henby, Cubba- Co, Proprietors, 8 and 9 College Place, New York. to Now is the Winter of Our Diecon. tent made Glorious by the arrival ot beautiful 8pring with its balmy days, warm showers, green fields and budding trees. But with all this beaut and brightness cotnes work. The gardens must be made, lawns cleared up, house- ,ning, 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 wc follow than hera ? 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 tue 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 to apply than poor mate rials, and lastly, there is very little difference in the first cost. Iam speaking now of paints in particular. Do you want to paint white? There is no 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, fcc., we have our own colored paints, which, for durability and cheapness, far excel all liquid or chemical paintp. They never lade or peel, and retain their lustre for years Zinc Paint, Graining Colors, Var nishes, and Brushes to use them, al ways on haud, 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 as bad as ever. I have the argest and best variety of Wall Pa per ever brought to this city, which must be sold at the lowest prices. Now this is saj'ing a good deal, but if ou think of papering, don t buy un til you look at my samples, and you will be convinced that this statement strue. Butdoyou ask where is this place ? Where are such bargains to had ? And where only are the best goods kept ? Why ! Where than at McCulioch a old and reliable Drug Store ! Established 36 years ago ! Come and see. Centaur Liniments v Hive enred more wonderfn cases of rheumatism, aches pains, swellings, frost-bites, caked breasts, burns, scalds, salt-rheum, c, upon the hu man frame, and strains, spav- rptyrps in, galls, tc, upon animals, in year, than all other pretended rem edies since the world began. Certificates remarkable cures accompany each bot tle, and will be sent gratis to any one. There is no pain which these Liniments will relieve, no swelling they will not subdue lameness they will not cure. This is strong language, bnt it is true. No family or stock owner can afford to be without Centaur Lini ments. White Wrapper for family use ; the Yellow Wrapper for animals. Price, 50 cts. ; large bottles 11.00. J. B. Boss A Co., 63 Broadway, New York. Castorla is more than a substitute for Cas tor OiL It is tbe only af article in existence which is certain to regulate the bowels, eure wind-eolio and 'produce natural sleep. It is pleasant to take. No more sleepless mothers srywg babiaa, P?4oe tl eta, per bettls. August Flower. The most miserable be ings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More than seventy-five per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two dis eases and their effect; such as sour stomach, sick headache, habitual convenes, impure blood, heartburn, waterbrash, gnawing and burning pains at the pit oi me stomach, yel low skin, coated tougue aud disagreeable taste in the mouth, coming up of the food after eating, low spirits, tc Go to the Drug Store of Thomas, Grunii A Lang, and get a 7o cent bottle or a sam pie bottle for IU cents. 1 ry it , G. U. Gr.BES. sole Manufacturer, eowtf Woodbury, X. J. Gents', youths'and boys' Alexis shoes and Congress gaiters, in great variety, at Dorr & Son's, Front atreet. New Styles of Liueu Collars aud Cuffs re ceived by J Josei-h. There is no retail shoe store in Ohio that keeps such an extensive stock of first-class goods aud sells them so cheap as S. P. Meng. Mammoth concern. Corner Front and Cro- ghan Street, Fremont, Ohio. I Have In Stock a full assortment of Em broideries. Laces, Handkerchiefs, plain, stri ped and checked, Nainsooks, Cambrics, Jaco nets, Tariatans, Swiss Mulls, Lace Curtains The above have been scleoted with care, and will be found the beat of their kind , at my usu ally low prices. J Joseph McCulloch's Horse and Cattle Powders are the best and cheapest in use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. Ladles will find Munson'a splendid French Kid Button Boots tushionable and exceed' ingly neat at Dorr & Son's, Front street. Xo need of going barefoot, or without a hat, Meng has plenty of Boots, Shoes. Hats and Caps, and soiling 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 Tork style silk hats, Ac., at Meng's. 21tf The Americau Sardine Company. The American Sardine Co.'s Boneless Sar dines, are much better, and less than half the coat of imported Sardines. 11-yl A better Remedy can not be found for Whooping Cough, Coughs and Colds than McCullooh's Balsam of Hoarhound, it has been tried thirty f Go West Through St. Louis. To all who are seeking new homes In or are about to take a trip to Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oregon or California, we rec ommend a cheap, safe, quick and direct route by way of St. Louis, ever the Mitmri Pacific Thrmigk Line. It is equipped with fine Day Coaches, Buck's Reclining Chair Cars, Pullman's Palace Sleepers, the famous Miller Safety Platform, and the cele brated Wcstinghonse Air-Brake, and runs it.t rains from St. Louis to all principal points in the West vithout change. The Texas connection roi-t is now completed, and pass engers are offered a flrst-claas all-rail route from St. Louis fo Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas & Texas E. ,B., no Stdalia, or over the Atlantic fc Pacific R. R.,tia Vinita. For information in regard to Colorado Ecursions, or trips to any point in the Great -Wert, address or call upon either of ti.s following named Agents of the line: J. F. Thompson, 157 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y.; S. H. Thompson, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, St. Lons, Mo. (fiinticnt trill be cheerfully and promptly antirercrf Cheap Farms forSale- Easy Terms. The Atlantic & Taciflc Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acres of land in Central and Sonthwest Missouri, at from $3 to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free transportation from SL Louis to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, schools churches and law-abiding society invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruits and flowers. For particulars address A. Tnck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. It is Not Generally Known That the shortest possible route between the East and Great West is through St. Louis, over the St Louis, Ksnsas 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 their line with best quality of new steel and iron rails, on broad new ties, and by substituting for ordinary cars,ncw reclining chair coache j,elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dressing rooms with toilet conven iences for ladies, gentlemen and families traveling with children, without any ext'a charge. This line runs six fast Express trains between the Missis sippi and the Missouri Rivers, two more than any other road, aud connects with all the great Land Grant Roads In the West, and has adopted all mod ern appliances for comfort, speed and safeguards against accidents, including night and day watch men, who inspect the road before and after the passnge of each train to see that everything is in order. We recoimneud those contemplating a trip West to take the St. Louis, Kansas City and North- em Short Line, it being the only line running through cars between St. Louis snd 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 either Geo. D. Teller. BnffaJo, N. Y.; or P. B. Groat, St Louis, Mo-, either of whom will urish anv information desired. It Will Pay for Ladies to examine the COESETS I sell for 50 Cents, before buying five years and proven reliable every time. Onlv 25 cents a bottle. The best Dye Stuffs and the best Eecipts for Coloring ia 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 & Son are offering a really attractive line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cur Kid button and lace boots. C.ill and see them. elsewhere J. Joseph. SPECIAL NOTICES. Missouri, Kansas & Texas R'y. The completion of the great iron bridge over the Missouri River at Boonvillc, enables this popular line offer still better facilities for the business between the Northeast and the great Southwest. Two daily trains will be run be tween Hannibal and point3 in the great Neosho valley, in direct con nection with all lines. Also, two daily trains between St. Louis and points in Southern Kansas. 1'or the lexas trade, new and bet ter facilities are offered. The rates bave been greatly reduced, and ar rangements have been made whereby through Pullman palace sleeping cars are run from Chicago, Quincy, Han nibal and St Louis, to Galveston, without change, passing through the finest portion of Southwest Missouri, Southern Kansas, the Indian Nation and the most desirable portion of lexas. Any one contemplating a trip to Southern Kansas, the Indian Nation or Texas, should address Thomas Dorwin, general passenger agent, Sedalia, Mo., for a correct map, with time tables, rates of fare, A-c. 28-52 MANHOOD RESTORED." A victim of vouthful imprudence, causiufr uremature decay, nervous debility, etc., having tried in vain every known remedy, has found a simple self-cnre, which he will send free to his fellow-sufferers. Ad dress J. H. REEVES, T3 Nassau St., New York. it A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing in South America, a9 a missionary, discovered a safe and simple rem edy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early De cay, Disease ot the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful aud vicious habits. Great numbers bave been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the receipt for preparing and using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, Free of Charge. Address, Rev. JOSEPH T. IX MAN, Station D. Bible House, 27-3K 14-26 .Wie Tort City. Excursion Tickets to Colorado. $27 Reduction. From May ISth to October 15th the SL Louis, Kansas City & Northern Short Line will sell excursion tickets St. Louis to Denver ano Retubn, for $75, for ninety days from date. For circular of valaublj: information relative to Colorado, address P. B. Groat, Genl Passen ger Agent St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern Short Line having extraordinarily fine accommodations and connections for Colorado, excnrslon parties prefer taking this line. Excursion tickets sold by connecting lines, and at Ticket Office St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern Short Line, No. f 1 3 Nortb Fonrtb Steet, St. Louis, Mo. Don't fail to send for Circular. A CARD. Good Health-How to Get It Take occasionally a tew doses of HOO ELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. It gives toue to the stom ach, lacilitsting the digestion and assimilation ot food, so necessary to Hie nouiibliment of tbe body. 11 regulates the bowels, carrying oft the foul mat ter tqat would otherwise impair the action of the Liver and corrupt tbe Blood, producing foul Erup tions, offensive breath. Sick Headache, Bilious Disorders, Janndice, Backache. Nervous Debility, and General Weakness and Irritability. They act not as a drastic purgative, but by arousing the dormant functions of Nature, to healthy action, and thns setting the channels tree, cleanse and nourish the whole system to vigorous, jovons health. It is not a Rum Bitters, hut a pura medicinal preparation, thst is curing its thousands daily, who joytully testify to its wonderful ellicacy in curing disease and restoring health. Wnen a brisk purnrive is required, use TIOOF LAND'S PODOPHYLLIS PILLS. They act promptly, without n:ittfa or distress. Proprietors, JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY 4 CO., Philadelphia. Sold by all Druggists. Confessions of an Invalid, PfKLisnKD as A WARNING and for the benefit of Yorsa Men and others who suffer from NERV OUS DEBILITY, LOSS OF MANHOOD, etc.,snp plying the mrans of self-cure. Written by one who eurod himself afterundergoing considerable quack ery, and sent free ou receiving a post-paid directed envelope. Sufferers are invited to address the author, NATHANIEL 11-36 Box 153, Brooklyn, N. Y. Children Often Look Pale and Sick from no other cause than having worms in the Stomach. BROWNS VERMIFUGE COMFITS will destroy worms without injury to the child, be ing perfectly WHITE, oml free from all coloring or other injurious ingredients nsnallvusedin worm preparations. CURTIS A BROWN-, Proprietors, No. 215 Fuiton Street, New York. Sold by Dntimats and Chemists, and Jjealers in Medicines at Twenty-tivk Cents a Box. Tbe moat Wonderful Discovery of tbe 19th Century. Thirty Years' Experience of an Old Nurse. nrsj. Wlnsiow's Soothing- 9yrnp Is the prescription of one of the best Fu- male Physicians and Nurses in the United States, and Has been useu tor tnirty years witn never tail ing safety and success by millions of mothers and children," from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It corrects acidity of the stomach, re lieves wind colic, regulate the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother and child. We believe it to be the Best and Surest Remedv in the World, tn all cases of DYSENTERY and'DIAR RHCEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions will accocspany each bottle. None rnaine na-lsaethefse-simUsof CURTIS PERKINS Is ou ;hsott(iewFapper, tM byall3diekiDsa;s, Dr. S. D. Howe's ARABIAN MILK-CURE Tor CONSUMPTIOir, And all Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST snd LUNGS, (The only Medicine of the kind in the world.) A Substitute for Cod Liver Oil. Permanently cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, Iss of Voice, Shortness of Breath Catarrh, Croup, Coughs, Colds, Ac, in a few days, likemngie. Price $1 per bottle. ALSO, JDr. S. D. HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier, Which DIFFERS from all other preparations in its Ivmediats action upon the LIVER, KIDNEYS AMD BLOOD. It is nurclv vegetable, and cleanses the system of all impurities, builds it right up, and makes Pure, Klcn Blood, it cures ncronuous Diseases oi all kinds, removes Constipation, and regulates. For "GENERAL," "LOST VITALITY," and "BRO KEN-DOWN CONSTITUTIONS," I "challenge the 19th Century" to find its equal. EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. Price $1 per Bottle. Sold by S. Bl CKLA.N D & SOU, Sole Agents for Fremont, Ohio. DR. S. D. HOWE, Sole Proprietor, 161 Chambers St., New York. Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which tbe Centaur Liniment will not re lieve, no swelling it will not subdue, and no lameness which it will not cure. This is strong 'language, but it is true. It has 1132 produced more cures of rheu matism, neuralgia, lockjaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked -breasts, scalds, burns, salt rheum, ear-ache, etc., upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, ifcc., upon ani mals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an all healing pain reliever Crip ples throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless, and tbe 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 sells because it does just what it pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or swelling, de serve to suffer if they do not nse Centaur Lin iment. More than IU0U certificates of re markable cures, including frozen limbs, chron ic-rheumatism, gout, running tumors, etc., have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, Ac, gratis, to any one requesting it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenied horses or mules, or for screw-worm in sheep, Stock-ownors this liniment is worth yonr at tention. No family should be without Cen taur Liniment. Sold by all Druggists. 50 cents per bottle; large bottles fl.00. J. B. Rose & Co., 53 Broadway, New York. All Uy Castor ia is more than a substitute for Cas tor OiL It is the only safe article in exist ence which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic, and pro duce natural sleep. It contains neither mine mis, morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children need not cry, mothers may rest. HOUSEHOLD PANACEA AND FAMILY LINIMENT. Why will ron Suffer! To all person suf fer it; from Kheu mntibm, IS en reikis, Crampfl in the limb or stomach. Bilious Colic, Pain in the back, bowelsormde, we would ay. The Household Pana cea and I a milt Linimbnt U of all (others the remedy vou want for inter- nai and external use. It has cured the above complaints in thousands of case. There is no mistake abont it. Try it. Sold by all Druiiists. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE Happy Relief for Vsnnr ITIen from theeituets oi Krrors and Abuses iu earlylife. Man hood Kestorvd. Impedimenis to Marriage removed. New method o treatment. New and remarkable remedies. Books and circulars sent free, sealed enveloes. Address HOWAUD ASSOCIATION, No. i South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an Insti tution having a high reputa duct and protessional skill. RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY—GOING EAST. Leave Toledo Fremont Clyde Monroeville A. X. 9:40 ll):0 llfcM ll:al A. X. 6: is 7:42 7:.VS 8:80 l:;Hir.x. 10:55 r. . S: 7:10 T.-27 7-ftS W:i0 GOING WEST. A. W. ft:35 8:31) 9:03 9:21 P. . 3:30 5:45 6:18 6:37 P. H. 7:00 9:46 9:55 10:1! Leave Cleveland Monroeville f'lyde Fremont Way Freight. eOlXOEAST. GOTXOWZST. Leave Fremont, 9:50 r.x. Leave Fremont, 3:40 P.M. LAKE EllIE Jt LOUISVILLE BAILWAT OOINO SOUTH. Leave Fremont, 9:25 a. . 7:10 p. H. 9:00 a. X. " Fostoria, 10:30 7:30 10:51 " Findlny, 11:20 9:47 l'i:5ftp. x. AriveLima 1:00 P. x. 11:80 4:15 GOING NORTH. Leave Lima, 3:15a. x. 2:45 p. x. 9:00 a. x. " Findlay, 8:31 4: 1:15 r. x. " Fostoria, 6:18 5: S:'0 Arrive Fremont, 7:30 6:30 4:45 ROUTE TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. TOLEDO WABASH A WESTERN RAILWAY. The preat continuous Short Line to Saint Louis, Hannibal, Qainrv, Keokuk and Ksnsas City, through to the Mississippi river without change of cars, and connecting closely with all poinLs in Missouri, Kansso, Colorado and California. Pull man P ALACK SLEEPING! CARS, on all night trains. Miming Through Fast Frpress. Kxyirem. Krprsss. , 7:iio A X 11:33 a x 11:00 " 3:35 px 1:8 p X o: Leave Toledo Arrive Ft. Wayne.. ' Wabash " Peru ' Indianapoiis " Loansport.. ' Lafayette.... " Panville " Decatur Spruigtield.. 41 Jacksonville " St, Lonis 1:40 5:88 2:30 4:25 6:30 T:10 R:45 11:40 11:40 p x 2:55 A X 4:30 5:15 " 9:40 " 8:46 " 6:55 9:10 3:' A X 12:00 X 4:3S " 1:45 pw :15 " 3.28 " 7:45 " 4:45 " 1:3rt " 6 50 12:00 " T:SS " Trains srrive at Toledo from the West at 2:20 a. x., 10:48 a. x., and 6:08 p. x. AccommodaUon learas at 6:J0 p. x. and arrives at 8:10. W. L, JtAjiouf , Om-l Pass, Agt. Quincv.... Keokuk... II B o O El to CO tea td o CO r J CD b 0 (73 4 P r ' 0 P ct 0 P CD 3 a o a CO o o W o a H 0 m d Q b Q e. 0 0 0 ft saw eV w O o c Us w 02 w 35 Ul tec Hi w 169 and 171 Summit St., TOLEDO. m; able y, THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER! FOR MEN!; All Wool Salts $10. Cassimere Suits $8. Seotrh Casai. Sails $7.50. Good Spring Overcoats $5. Heavy Cottonsde; Pants for $1. Good Linen Pants only 75 Cenis. MMMM M.M.M M MM M MM M MM M MM At MM M M MMM MM.MM X MMMM MMM M MM M MM M MM M MM MM MM MMMM A A A AAA A AA A AA AAAAAA A AA A AA AAAA A AAA BBBBBB BB jB BB BSB bbbb" B B BB BB BgB BBBBBB6 FOR BOYS! Csseiraere Suits Si. Linen Suits for $4..'s. Linen Coats at 64 Cfi.ts. Children's Snits for Si. 3Tan's Overalls only 60Cnts. Cotton Ualf Jloie par dor. 50 Cents. STOEE.i A If N n n n STOCK. Goods st equally low prices. Stock comprises sll clsstes of Clothing for Men's, Boy's snd Children's Wesr. Also, a large stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods. The best assort ment of Spring Over coats in ths city. LLLL LL LL LL LL LL LL L LL LL LLLLLLLLLL IEEEEEEEEE ES ER EE E US B KEEEH EK EK E Ett EE EEEEEEEErK TTTT TY TY TY TY TYY YY YY YYYY TTTT T T T Y As we tars stores In sll the princi.al siliesof the West, snd bsudSe an Immense qnantity of goods, we have facilities for buying which small dealers do not possess. Call and sxamiue my stock and prices and yon i !' he sure to ssvs mnnev. REMEMBER THE ADDRESG: M ABLE Y, TOLEDO-169 and 171 Summit Street-TOLEDO Fremont friends will Had their former familiar citizen, J. II. REED, in sttendance, accustomed geniality and courtesies. with hi $nmont laimfactnrtrs. D. L. JC.NE. D. S. JrSE. D. L. JUNE & SOU, Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in THE CELEBRATED Fremont White Lime. The Rest Brands of Cement for fxle. Also Manufacturers of Frear ."tone of AU Kind. Shape and She for huiiding Fvrpit-t. The Best Building Material Now in Use. Office near tlie L. S. 4M.8.R K. Fremont, O. ESTABLISHED OVER 21 YEARS. Fremont Foundry AXD EXGIXE WORKS, FREMONT, OniO., D. JUNE & CO. Prop'rs. Engines from 2 to 100 hornc power on the short est notice. Mill r.eariniE nnd Caatinsa one oC the pppcialtUi. RiiiUiing Catinir8 ami Coiumna, and Potash Kettles aIyvath in s'ock. Patent liachat Cider Pre Scri-wd, hoth wrought and cast, on hand. Mar, ESTABLISHED IX ISO. s. aTjuhe, Manufacturer ot Ixjlb ad I: satiw SWSMlg Boilers, Smoke Stacks, BDll.KH IIKEEIUIIG, r. FREMONT, OniO. ls7 Estimates promptly supplied aud sll work guaranteed. WEST & DANA, Msuuf acturers end Dealers in uat Lumber. Mills at Fremont and Srsen Orsek. OSlte 1 la-vet, FUHMONT, OHIO. W. H. CTX)UD. T. L. WTSE. CLOUD & WYKES, ' Manufacturers of Oak&AshButterTubbs AITD WHITE ASH HA5MES, FREMONT, OHIO, tar All Butter Tubs Iron Hooped and Pintcd. PEASE, RU1IMELL L CO., If AirCTACTCIMBS OF Open and Top Buggies, CARR IAGES AND SPRING WAGONS. FACTORY EAST END OF BRIDCE. FREMONT, - OHIO. tW A 11 work warranted. 14-ts . prissy j 1 ;j t ' .- ( PUEDY & GUST, rROPRlFTOns Fremont Marble Works, And Dealers in laak.l ioli tjMF.jtnt.,1 Brotcn Stone and GtHin ite, State Street, East Side, Fremont. laS" Monuments and Tombstones mannf-! ir In the Uteet stv'.es and frrn tne lwf df . Inssstpuonsvai ia both Gsnnan anci f r -i,'