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A . a . B A.LSLET, Editor.
F2ID1T, October 23, IS74.
The Grand Lodge of M&sona U in
eisioa at Columbus.
Geo. F. Edmonds wu on Tuesday
last, elected U. S. Senator, from Ver
Beeches want Tiltoa to file
till of particulars, placing & value on
ach act for which he claims dam
Latest reports from Indiana
dicate a Democratic majority
16,000 and there is no balm
Akd the Democracy are not satis
fied with their Congressional gain
ia this stat. Some of them grow
because Foster had 102 majority
Iir round numbers we have 221
000 school teachers and 14,000,000
schoolable children in the United
Slates, and pay $95,000,000 for their
Garfield's majority in the Nine'
teenth district is 6,300. He ran 2,
EI8 behind Wikoff, so that his re
election is not much of an endorse
meet after alL
Tax Blade ana Commercial are
now diacusing the important subject
of "Who's to Blame?" When they
arrive at a conclusion the public
Later returns will make ' Finne-
frock'a msloritv In the District
about 500. Lucas could easily have
overcome this, but for Nasby, Kent
Tbi Republican Congressional
tickets in Ohio run 10,000 behind
the State ticket This will be i
point for future nominating Conven
tions to bear in mind.
Col. I red Ubakt was married on
Tuesday to Miss Ida Maria Honore,
at Chicago. It was a brilliant af
fair, and attended by numerous mag
sates of the Jand. Gifts were num
erous and expensive.
"Wx have a morsel of hope left
Holmes county has gone Republican
and Boss county has repudiated
Allen. If there are any more grains
of comfort pass them along.
H cud's majority in Lucas county
is 753. Not quite so bad as we at
first Hurd it was. Bat bad enough
for Pratt, Kent and Nasby. Have
they all returned to the X roads?
Tbx Toledo Bar has expressed its
preference for J. S. French, Esq.,
as successor to J udge Seney, resign
ed, but local politicians it is affirmed,
are endeavoring to manipulate mat
The Democratic majority In this
District on Secretary of State is 1,-
218. Seney ran 841 behind Bell
Seneca, 194 in Sandusky and 341 in
Hancock, and proportionally behind
in Erie and Huron.
Thx Blade by its unwise course in
securing the shelving of Sherwood
has thrown Lucas county into the
hands of the Democracy, lost us one
Congressman and two Judges. This
'Is not rhetoric but fact
Wx dont care to hear much of the
election last week. In fact we are
tired of folks bidding us good bye
and all that We acknowledge
beat, and feel very much like join
ing in the demand "Let us have
Ws think it pretty evident, from
the way the election went in the
State, that the Democratic plank in
regard to license, was not so much
of a failure as it first appeared to be.
The majority of 7000 against license
was not maintained.
A portion of the Republican
county ticket barely escaped defeat
in Erie county. The majorities
Tanged from 6 forDimon, Infirmary
Director, and 63 for Miller, County
Commissioner, to 470 for Merry.Au
ditor and 719 for Chamberlain, Coun
1EE army ot tne James had a re
nnipn oa the 21st at New York
Gen. B. F. Butler being the orator
of the occasion, and Dr. J. G. Hoi
land the poet Dr. Holland profes-
tea to be an intensely respectable
man, and it must have been a trial
to him to appear as the companion
of Butler even in a good cause.
Bepobts from Nebraska are full of
misery and want The grasshop
peri have spread desolation every
where, and unless the people of oth
er states come charitably to the res
cue, starvation with all its horrors
will be added to the other desola
tions of that State, Cannot some
thing be done here in Fremont, to
ward their relief? The ladies shou'd
make a "crusade" in this matter.
Tax Democracy, in the present
Congress, have 93 out of 232 Bepre
sentatives. In the nine States which
have already held elections they
hive 19 members, and the Republi
cans 44, but in those states, at the
recent election they have gained 14,
so that they will have a representa
tion from those same states in the
next Congress, of 33, while the Be
"publicans will have but 30. In the
13 states yet tc hold elections this
fall, they claim a gain of 15, and it is
possible they may get it, but csn
they secure enough to control the
House? It is sot impossible al
though it seems improbable. To
do so they will have to gain twenty
two from the North, and their suc
cess in Ohio and Indians would not
place that result am ing the Impossi
bilities. Republicans everywhere
should cUad to their gtua.
The Cincinnati Gazette narrates
the following incident:
Some time ago a German came from
fatherland to this city with $100,000
to invest On the advice of his
bankers, he purchased some Gov
ernment bonds. He has drawn his
interest on the regularly, and was
pleased with his investment Last
Wednesday he called on his bankers
to direct his bonds to be sold.
What is the trouble?" was asked,
"Why do von sell them?" - The re
ply came quickly: "I don't like
these Democratic victories. I am
afraid of them. Thoy talk to much
repudiation." The bonds wers sold.
With the proceeds a draft was
bought on Hamburg, and the money
is on its way back to the old country-Oar
iriends of the Courier should
remonstrate with that German and
show him the error of his ways.
The New State House.
Inspection cf Plans. The State
House Commissioners, appointed by
the last legislature to obtain and ex
amine plans for a new State building
are now in session in the city, and
will be for some weeks to come,
Yesterday was occupied in fitting up
a room for the suitable display of the
plans and designs which are to be ex
amined. Of these there are received
and under inspection 37 sent by the
most noted and accomplished archi
tects from all parts of the United
states. Or course tne duty or learn
ing the merits of these plans, their
cost, adaptations and intrinsic claims
isdifflcult,important and of the high
est responsibility. The 'sessions of
the committee, their discuBsions.pro-
gress and action will be withheld en
tirely from the public or any outside
parties till the time comes to report
to the legislature. At discretion.the
authors may be called to delineate
their work and set forth the merits
of their design. Beyond this no one
will see the inside work of the com-
miasioi. Indianapolis Sentinel.
It-will be remembered that J. C
Johnson Architect, from this city,
has submitted a plan which is regard
ed as hard to beat, and we would
not be surprised to find him carry off
the palm. -
Astitabula proposes to invest
500 in a stems fire eDgme.
Judge I. L. Fulle, of Warren.
Trumbul Co., died on Thursdav last
Extensive fires are reported in the
woods near to and within the citv li
mits of Toledo.
Jefferson, Carroll, Belmont and
Harrison counties propose to have a
In Fairfield county, most of the
corn has been cut up 'or fodder, as a
substitute for tne sb jrt hay crop.
Monroe county veports the light
est crop of tobacco that has been
produced there for twenty years.
James Finucane murdered John
Ryan, at Chicago, on the 19th. By-
an naa accused him of stealing a re
The total receipts of the Exposi
tion at Cincinnati were $69,161 57.
Total attendance, 553,223; total set
Delaware haBa new ordinance,
closing billiard rooms at 10 1. x .and
prohibiting base ball playinz within
the city limits.
General J. H. Godman and son
are now engaged in investigating the
Auditors and Treasurer s books of
There is now a prospect of the
completion of the Washington Mon
ument There was a similar pros
pect twenty-five years ago.
At Indianapolis, on the 16th, Wm
McGinnis fell from the roof of the
Court House 90 feet to the ground,
but strange to say was not killed.
The Columbus rolling mills rolled
1 24 tons of re heated iron on Monday
of last week, the largest roll of re
heated iron ever made in this count
ry. The Vaughn House, at Eaton Ba
pids, Michigan, the finest watering
place hotel in the state, has been de
stroyed by fire. It is a very heavy
loss to the city.
TheBev. I. G.Billmanof Mount
Vernon, O., commenced his minis
tration as pastor of the Washington
street congregational church Toledo
on Sunday last
Among the arrivals from Europe,
at New York, on Thursday, was Mr.
J.W. Garrett.president of the B. & O.
Railroad, who has been absent from
this country for the 'past twelve
We learn that the Bev E. S. Gil-
lettee of Cleveland has been appoint
ed district superintendent of Ohio,
for the American Bible Society.
Mr. G. is a member of the Erie
Methodist Episcopal Conference.
Mrs. Howe says, the one thing ne
cessary lor me amelioration or wo
men, is to let them know what mon
ey is and what it is not" Our pock
et book is at their service for the
purpose of teaching the latter part of
A -unique and elegant constructed
lady's work table composed of 3.500.
000 different pieces of wood, was ex-
uioisea at cne oi tne recent fairs in
central Ohio. It contained a num
ber of secret drawings and was a
marvel of ingenuity.
A marble cutter, named E. B. Wil
liams, aged 22 years an excellent
mechanic and a graduate ot a prom
inent Western college, cut his throat
Columbus on the 10th while suf
fering under delirum tremens. He
a native of Newark, O.
According the the Elvria Demo
crat, C W. Johason Esq., has the
finest and most productive vineyard
the Lake Shore. It contains
about 18 acres, and he has gathered
and sold over 30 tons of fruit already n001"'
netting him above allexpenses for
season, about (3,000.
The pocket book which Williams.
Paulding and Van Wert took from
Major Andre, when they overhauled
on his way New-Yorkward, with
Arnold's passes for his protection,
been placed in the Connecticut
Historical rooms at Hartford, with
Benedict Arnold's watch.
Reports from Spain say that Fran
Jerrard, a representative of the
.bnglish Carlist Committee, and Ce-
Buckland, a correspondent of the
York Times, were shot by the
Republicans oa the 18th. The re
lacks confirmation, and it is as
to keep eooL
Milford, New Hampshire, was enter
ed tby masked burglars on the night
wo iui. uu ruuoea Oi f 25 000
currency and bonds. They cap
tured, the cashier and compelled him
placing a rone around his npfb-
go with them and open the safe. '
On Saturdav.durine-a fl
a team belonging to John Ells
worth scared at a steamer, ran away
came ia oiusion wltl a team1
j ust deserts,
owned by a Mr Dunn. There was a
fearful wreck, and the horses were
much injured; a fine $300 horse be
longing to Mr. Ellsworth was killed.
The engine Cortwright, driven by
J S Townsend, on the L S & M S R
R.,on Tuesday conveyed Commodore
Vandcrbilt and party from Cleveland
to Erie 85 miles in 123 minutes,
including six stops, which made the
actual running time one hundred and
three minutes. The trip through
from Cleveland to Buffalo, was made
in four hours and thirteen minutes.
In a dance house row, at Toledo
on Saturday night, P. C Nobl fared
very roughly at the hands of some
desperados, who kicked his revolver
from his hand and otherwise bru-
tojiy assaulted bim. Inougn very
unfortunate there is not a pluckinr
officer in the State, in proof of which,
more dead and alive he brought one
oi nis aseauanta to tne lock up
cwo others of whom have also since
On the 15, at the Jeffersom county
court or tommon Fleas, Judije Pu
lars gove a couple of criminal's their
David Gray, for at
tempting to commit rape, in August
last, on Juiss .21. George, was sen
tenced to 2 years hard labor, and
Peter Houser, for stealing whea"t
irom 1). J. JucUonnell, of Orange
township was sentenced to 40 days
in jail required to make double
restitution, and required to pay a
fine of $50 and cost of the prosecu
There arensarly three hundred
coal mines in this State, the annual
production from which is over 5,000,
000 tons, though it will fall far short
of that this year every mine suffer
ing from the panic Only two-thirds
or tne mines are at present working,
and they do not average three days
a week. We recently interviewed
an excellent working English miner,
wno nas been workms in Hocking
Valley and left in search of better
employment among our agricultur
ists. He assures us many hundreds
we at present working simply for
their board, and the general look
out in the Pittsburg district is truly
distressing to working men.
Change in the Cabinet.
Now the President's Long Branch
season is over, it is confidently as
serted that there will be a change in
the cabinet, and that before the first
of December. It is known that the
President and all heads of depart
ments have bought largely of tickets
for the next Grand Gift Concert of
the Public Library of Kentucky, to
draw .Nov. 30th,and they flatter them
selves that they will capture one or
more or the large prizes, which will
mate plenty of change in the cabinet
The ladiet had a pic nic on the fair ground,
on Wednesday. Croquet matches were in or
der and were hugely enjoyed.
If you desire a splendid dish of fresh fish
cleaned and delivered at your house, reasona
ble, order from Blosier, the fish merchant.
Bread is never so nice as when made with
the famous "Coax Citt Ysast." Have no
other palmed off upon yon. Most grocers keep
and no family should be without it
Wheat ii only com ing in slowly, and is
worth 98c; corn is more plentiful at 70c. for
oia, ana uo. lor new in the ear. Uats are
ooming in well at 45o. Clover seed, 15.50.
Tne chicken cholera seems to be gaining
ground in the rural districts and our market
far from satisfactorily supplied with poul-try-
E-gt are, also, in consequence, advanc
ing in price.
The laying of a culvert at the crossing of
Napoleon street, near Mr. A. Ooh's carriage
factory is nearly completed, and is an im
provement long needed. Our council deserve
oredit for it
suuaeri or nouses will save money se
cure the most exceptional material and work
manship by ordering their glazed sashes direct
from Marshall, of St Clair street, Toledo,
Write for prices.
Uuio a numoer ox enterprising yonni
Fremonters have clubbed together and open
ed a very nicely appointed gymnasium in Un
ion Hall; a more extended reference to which
purpose giving in our next
The LS.4M.S.E.E, Co., we are glad
find, purpose making a substantial and
servicable wood crossing on Croghan street,
near the Depot The track is being leveled
with gravel and substantial plank placed in
Good batter is still very ecarce.and though
poor qualities an less so, prices keep up well.
ever dairy maids had a chance to make pin
money it is now. Dealers are willingly pay
ing from 2 So. per pound to as high as 333. in
It was Mr. George Hufford, of Bollereville
road ws so recently taw in the town with a
smile on his face as radiant as tha rising sun.
hinted to some one to tell some one else if
local happened round, it was a daughter
other wat a ton.
The work on Mr. C. Dillon's new bouse it
progressing very favorablf, and tha joiner's
work by Mr. P. Johason, contractor, gives ev
idence ot imparting a finish to the design of
city architect, J. C-Johnton complimenta
to both gentlemen alike.
Tne contractors for the sewer work on
Croghan street will now toon be through with
their wearisome work, having already reach-
the store of Harry Dwelle, near the depot,
with nnabattd energy they appear to be
pressing the work forward.
we havt this week to report the lost of
another old and respected citizen, on tht 19th,
the death of Mr. W. H. Williams, er., of
East tide, aged 76 years. The interment
place at Otkwood Cemetery ,on Wednes
the funeral being largely attended.
Ducks are plentiful this season though it
not exactly every party that goes down the
for sport that returns loaded. At pres
the boys are, however, making it lively
the birds, and the birds are reported as
nicer and easier to eat than bring down
Mr. A. Oca hat our congratulations on
having the glass front of his spacious show
office artistically ornamented.
Och hat long been characterized for go
ing ahead and in no respect purposes to be
second to any in appearance or genuineness.
June & Co. are making steady progress
restoration of our old fire engine, but
the internal defects render new flues nec
essary, some 2M of which are beinc inserted.
may be taken for a dead certainty this firm
spare no pains or expense in turning it
Potatoes are flocking Into our market in
thit week up to Wednesday evening
one thousand bushels per day pasting
our city weign Driage, or scales. Most 1
the samples were exceedingly fine, and the or
average wholesale pnea hat been 70o. ner
At tha "Four Mile House," on Sunday,
wat a largely attended funeral that of
Aaron Binkiey when over teventy con.
veyancM were in attendance. She was a lady
Delovea ana her loss is deeply felt by a
family ana numerous friends and i
xne nxing oi a very sna sew stove in
Birchard Library hat proved a greet boon
those attending tha institution, though we
regretted to find the indefatigible libra-
Mist McCuUoch suffering from a se
vere sold, takta prise to the Intradaetioa
The unfortunate Eallville farmer, Mr.VTin.
Fryor, who was seriously injured by the cav
ing in of a well last week is steadily recover
ing under the able treatment of Dr. Brinltr
hcof, who in reducing his dislocated hip was
ably assisted by Dr. Groat The unfortunate
gentleman, is now able to move about
oiDgors, attention!! Where do you get
your book and sheet music? The nicest, lat
est and most interesting (election will be
found at Eosa's, 181 Summit street, Toledo.
Send at once for catalogues. Have you ever
seen Bosa's piano forte? It is a perfect gem
and no one should purchase till they Lave
We understand that Capt. Young and
Johnny Sehoodler, of the Esst side, have
joioed issues in purchasing the coiner lot
where Johnny has of Uto been conducting
business, end the two will in future run the
store togetlier.establishiug it as the headquart
ers on the Ei?t side for all matters commer
cially, socially and, proLsbiy, a wee bit politi.
cnculd any oi our county exchanges de
sire their paper to fill a conspicuous place
among tho reading community of our pros
perous city, and should they possess a gener
ous feeling for a dusotring cans, there are
empty reading desks at the Birchard Library,
Fremont, whore a psifect copy would be glad
ly filed if sent gratuitously, Of course, the
Jottsnal awaits them for companionship.
We noticed, during the past week, police
officer EJdy once more busily engaged repair
ing our city "bird cage" for the reception of
winter birar If some of our leading Ameri
cas caricaturists could once catch a sight of
the novel patch work exhibited by that wood
en institution, verily posterity would be tick
led with a cartoon that would immortalise
Fremont to eternity. Jim knows how to drive
Base Ball. The Croghsns met a picked
nine of Cleveland and Norwalk, at tha base
ball grounds of this city on Friday last, and
after an animated contest were led captive,
the score being IS for the picked nine and 15
for the Croghans. The playing was good on
both sides and ond each treated the other to
four goose eggs of mammoth proportions
Ihe Uroghana would Uke to reverse the judg.
Anotner instance of tho uncertainty, if
not to say unfairness of the turf, is reported
to us of Pique, where Mr. T. Bush, of this
city, sent his two famous horses, Nelly Bush
and TJtica, last week. Xelly's reputation is
too well known everywhere she has run to re
quire eulogism from this side, and she was
entered in the mile and repeat race. At the
close of the first beat it was distinctly visible
her jockey was not doing his duty aud that be
had "pulled" her. The second heat she came
in full two lengths ahead but in the middle of
the track and. for this the judges refused her
the heat Mr. Uurdick, who was in charse of
fteny, protested, and at once left the ground,
witn both horses, for home. TJtica was not
allowed to run for fear of also being housed
by similar partiality. Mr. Bush has since laid
the matter fully before Mr. George Wilka, ed
itor of the ."pri of the Time; and awaits
his decision. That the jockey was not sincere
to his trust wj flagrant, but his certainty.and
faithful promises expressad to Mr. Hurdick
induced him to let him ride the sacoud heat.
We lon to see the dav when the turf ia strin.
pvuui uiany oi uese "snuiaing" discrepan
cies whioh so frequently crop up where heavy
betting is at stake, or very soon the race
course will lose all the prestige it at present
Farmers and capitalists taking an interest
in the prosperous west have now a splendid
opportunity of seeing through that wonderful
region for the merest outlay. Who has not
read of and longed to view the famous Kan-
sas Valley a district where Und is now bs
ing submitted within the means of every one,
and where settlers are turning in with the
moat desirable prospects of success. Messrs.
Kahlo & Cbowb, of 258 Summit street, To
ledo, are agents for lands in this region, and
have made arrangements for a cheap excur
ion, November 3J, by T. W. & W. E. E.i
from Toledo to Atchison. Topeka and Sent
Fe, or through to Colorado and return for
om and one-fifth rate round trip nasi class,
tho tickets being available for 63 days. Ex
cursionists may therefore lay themselves out
for hunting to their "heart's delight" while
viewing that inviting district Messrs. Kah
LO & Caows are disposing of tickets rapidly
and as Ihe time is short, early application
to them is highly neces-sry to secure the
same. Suoh an opportunity may not again
present itself for a lengthed time and those
who desire to see the west and indulge a
cheap ride should not by any means miss to
vtuuauio a cuance.
Jollification at Fo3toria. On Tues
day evening last agreeably to announcement,
a train was made up on the L. E.4LE.E.,
to convey an excursion party to Fostoria to
join in the jollification over the election of
Hon. Chat. Foster to Congress from this dis
district Two oar loads came over from Bel-
levue ana Clyde, and three car loads from
this place made up tho load, which wat bur.
mentcd at stations on the line before reaching
Fostoria. Detachments from Findlay, TiffinJ
ana other points had already arrived, and
toon after the delegations from Sandusky and
Aorwalk put in an apppearance. About
eight o'clock the procession was formed
marching through the principal streets, and
stopping at Foster, Olmsted t Co.'t corner.
wnere a platform had been erected for the oc
casion. Here the vast croird wat entertHinrri
by short speeches from Foster snd others, and
after a time of rejoicing, was adjourned, a large
number going to Mr. Foster's residence, where
splendid eollation was served to all who de
sired to participate. The occasion wat on
which will long be remembered for its sociali
ty and good fueling.
It is to be regretted, however, that tome
fighters from Tiffin and Fostoria took occasion
settle their differences on that evenin
Several disgraceful rows occurred, and one
man we learn, wat badly cut in the leg and
naa to De taken to a turgeon't office for re
pairs. It was also reported that one man had
been shot and badly injured, but we could not
learn the same of either.
Toledo Artificial Marble Works.
To those erecting, or about to erect private
residences local organizations contemplating
puDUc structures builders, contractors archi
tects, &o , we have never found so important
enterprise as the above, which has recent
opened out under the proprietorship of T.
aniDOMAS & Co , and which works and
how rooms are located in the basement of
Csmpbell's Block, corner of St. Cma and
JzFFzaaozr streets. We recently visited the
establishment and we were kindly shown over
Mr. Bridgman, hence we know, full well,
whereof we speak. The key to thia businwt
to produce the most costly and elegant de
signs in mantels, furniture tops, wainscoting.
base boards, and general decorations for walls
and floors, in absolute perfect representation
French uiarble9,granite, or any other stone,
also tiles, o , in most instances, at less
than one-third the ordinary cost of the genu
articles, similar works are In existence
Eochester.Springfield and New Jersey.&c,
wherever located they have not only as
tonished beyond measure but prospered im
measurably. In proof of this a single call on
Messrs. Bridgman & Co., will amply convince
most skeptical. Their show room abounds
really fascinating and substantial de
signs in mantles, sufficiently rich to adorn the
palatial residences, and yet submitted at
prices within the reach of Iny one building.
able tops and ornamental tiling for hearths
floors are nlso largely represented and en
chant the eva with unbounded admiration
which is only intensified on making compari
with the genuine material so faithfully
imitated. The process it timple, and tha ia
gradients usod to produce solidity are of the
durable character hydraulio cement of
finest description being largely imported
it It is, with more than an ordinary de
of pleasure, our privilege to first pub-
introduce to important an adjunct of
loledo trade to the confidence and early at
tention ot the public, f&eling fully satisfied
it an abundant prospect in store for so
desirable and commendable an enterprise
commensurate with its value to tha public and
growing prestige ef Toledo, Qtutlamea.
Vicissitudes of a Popular Detective.
We recently gave a brief sketch of our in
spection of the Toledo Police Establishment,
in which we were unable to refer at greater
length to prominent members of that force,
though many of them, by their intrepid con
duct are as popular throughout the State as in
their own city. And especially may this re
mark appiy to
BETECTOVB OFFICES B. S. HAKES,
Who at the juvenile. ago of sixteen years first
put in an appearance at Toledo to wit, in
1835. Possessing a fair average education, he
first gained the favor of one Stephen Marsh,
grocer, of Summit street, and with him en
gaged as a clerk, in which capacity he served
for seven years. Feeling old enough aud
strong enough to "swim" himself, he next re
solved to "float on his own account" and at
once opened a grocery on the corner of La
grange and Summit streets. At the end of a
year's successful business ha became a victim
to "the devouring element," and that while he
lay in -bed suffering from an attack of Miu
toee fevor. Becruiting his strength he found,
(though he hd been 'insured for $1,839,) that
be was minus f 1,500, and after clearing up
had only (150 left in the world. But bo man
aged to open out at the old stand of his form
er employer, on Summit street, to whom he
sold out after running one year. He then
moved to the corner of Cherry and Summit
streets, to a wood block, converted tw3 stores
into one, and opened oat more extensively in
groceries, general dry goods, liquor, wood and
willowware, Ac About a year subsequently
he again became a victim to fire, loss 13,000
But having $3,000 left, he uow opened on the
corner of the street, where Witstine't store
stands, and for four or five years success
fully ran the grocery business. Having told
out to Carrington, Casey tc Stevenson, with
improved finances he went on Cherry st, and
built the present Hank's block, where he re
mained for a year or two and then opened on
Summit street again, opposite the Toledo
mill, corner of Oak street He also opened
another grocery and,provision store on Mon
roe street where the Opera House now stands,
and at this time about 1855 had three store
running, and was of coarse a leading citizen.
But force of circumstances at a time when the
country was undergoing a financial cruis, led
him into embarrassments, and all he possessed
was brought to the hammer for the benefit of
creditors even his homestead and he was
left comparatively penniless.
In 1859 be was elected marshal, and so effi
ciently did be fill that office that he secured
olection for two following terms. When the
organization of the present city police force,
onder the metropolitan system occurred, he
wat unanimously chosen to take charge of the
detective department, which responsible po
sition he has filled for the past eight or nine
yeari, with the utmost credit to himself and
and satisfaction to the citizens.
During the war he was engaged by the gov
ernment in working up counterfeit cases, and
gained a wide reputation for his tact in cap
turing evil doers. Among smashers, thieves
and other notorious characters it would be
difficult to find any officer so well known and
suspiciously looked upon at Hanks while his
successful career in detecting crime, within
the city limits, is widely known. He is the
oldest member of the force one of the most
expert aud highly accomplished and, as we
said before one of the most popular detectives
in tho State. . Capt Purdy aud Toiedonians
generally have our congratulations on pos
sessing en officer so admirably adapted to the
duties while it it to be hoped hit prospects.
on the shady side of fifty, will produce an ex
ponence cousiaeraoiy smoother and more
worthy the man, than the checkered Ticissi-
udes of his early career.
Cramps and pains ia tht stomach are the
result of imperfect iu digestion, and may be
immediaflir relieved by a dose ot Johnton'e
Anodyne Liniment. A teaspoonful in a little
aweeienoa water is a cose.
Heavy oats are good for fcortes ; none will I
deny that ; but oats can't make a horse's coat I
look smooth and glossy when he is out of con.
dition. Hheridan' Cavalry Condition Pew- I
aeri wiu do this when all else fans.
GETJBER & GHOSH,
Manufacturers, Agents and Importers of
Table & Pocket Cutlery
KAZOE3, SHEABS, SCISSOKS, &s
32 Monroe St., near Summit, Toledo, 0.
SIGX OF TEE LARGE PEX ZXIFE.
"Country orders receive prompt attention.
I M. KEELER'S
-a. o- .us 3r o
FIRE INSURANCE COMPOT.
Actual Paid vp Capital, $500,000 CO
Avuilabl Asaelt, 695,500 30J
Stats of Obio, InsTnuscs Befabtxisi,)
Columbus. January 31. Is74. i
Wbebzas, The Howard Iusorance Company,
located at New York in lha State of Nevr
York, has fll"d In this office a sworn statement, by I
tur pruper uucera mereor, snowing lis condition
and business, and has compiled in ail respects with
tne laws ot tuls State relating to Fire Insurance I
companies incorporated by other Slates of the
Now. TBimroEl. In onrsnanee of law. I. Wil
liam Church, superintendent of Insurance of the
Slate oi Ohio, do hereby certify that said company
is anthnriaed to transact its appropriate business of
iro insurance in me state, m accordance witn
law dorine the current year. The conditiun and
business u( said company at the date of such state
ment (uecemDer aist, is. 5) is snows at luuowt :
Amount of actual paid up capital.
Agerrerate amount or available assets . 92.200-20 I
Aggregate amount of liabilities, (except I
capital) including re-insurance 123,512.13 I
Amouui or income lor lue preceding
year In cosh 8S!,21.71 I
Amount of expenditures for ihe preced- I
log year in cuu 1V5,S. i I
Ix Witness Whiriof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, end caused the seal
siaxJ of my office to be nffiy iat daj ua
Tear above writtten.
W. F. CHCKCH, Superintendent.
ISAAC It. EEELER, Agent, Fremont O."
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
or aid or TBI
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
ITovemter 30th, 1874.
DRAWING CERTAIN AT THAT DATE
LIST OF GIFTS
0"E GRAND CASH GIFT
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT
8 CASH GIFTS $20,000 each....
10 CASH GIFTS 10,000 each....
15 CASH GIFTS 10,000 each....
SO CASH GIFTS 8,000 escu....
xo tAsii uif'is ,uu each..
SO CASH GIFTS
60 CASH GIFTS
100 CASH GIFTS
600 CASH GIFTS
19,000 CASH GIFTS
a.uvu eacn vu.vwu
8,000 each 100,000
1,000 each 100,500
COO each 120,000
100 each 50,000
BO each OoOtOOO
PKICE OF tickets:
Whols Tickets, $ 80 00
Halves ss 00
Tenths, or each conpon,.... 800
Eleven Whole Tickets for , 800 W
Tickets for l.ouv uH
For Tickets and Information, address .
A jen t and Ilanager,
FOR THE HOUSE.
FOR THE OFFICE.
SOISWABLTS BROS., .
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE!
STATE STREET, FREMONT, OHIO,
Ars now prepared to aubmit t tlrtt-cliM line of Furniture, not to be surpassed for finish, durability aad price, In the city.
tT -.:; ..i-H-1 ';;r:,':T,pr
Having recently sacceded to the Undertakinj business of SPELLER M00IJE, wa are fully prepared, on the shortest nuUce, to
FCRXISE THE PAR A.PBARX ALIA FOR FVXERALS PROMPTLY ASD CHEAPLY.
Wehave one of the finest Hearses In this section (as Illustrated above). Shells, CoSos, Cajketa, and everything In the line, constantly on hand.
Toledo Artificial Marble W o rks
1VE jQu KT T 23 JL, m
WAINSCOTING, BASE BOARDS,
General Decorations for Walls and Floors,
Corner Bt Clair and Jefferson Bta.,
T. S. BRIDGMAN & CO., Prop's.
Manufae- mi " And
Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, &c.
It also Agent for the Eemington and Parker
Breech-loading Shot tions.
I hare removed from Hidber's Block to mj own,
THOMPSON'S BLOCK, STATE ST, FREMONT,
Befalling tiuiaklj aad NoaUr Eireetttd
HOLDING the COURTS
Fourth Judicial District
FOR THE YEAE 1375.
ToB. O. WnrTias, Clerk of the Court
Common Pleas within and for tha County
of Saudueky and State of Ohio:
It is ordered that the Courts of the Fourth
Judicial District of the Stute of Ohio, for the
Tear 1875. commence and be held as loiiews:
IX THE COTJNTT OF EEI2.
On Monday, March 29th.
" On Monday, February 1st.
On Monday, May 17tb.
On Monday, October lS'h.
IX THE COUNTY OF HTTBOJf.
On Monday, March 15th.
Oa Monday, February 15th.
On Monday, May 31st.
On Monday, November 15th.
IN THE COUNTY OF LUCAS.
On Monday, April 6th.
On Monday, January ISta.
On Monday, May 'id.
On Monday, October 13th.
IN THE COUNTY OF SANDUSKY.
Oa Frids, March 19th.
On Monday, January 18th.
On Monday, April 19th.
On Monday, October ISih.
IN THE COUNTY OF OTTAWA.
On Thursday, March 25', h.
On Monday, January 11th.
Ca Monday, May 3d.
On Monday, October ih.
IN THE COUNTY OF LOBAET.
On Monday, Aueust 16th.
On Monday, Juuary 18th.
Ou Mjnday, May 10th.
On Monday, Octuber 25th.
IX THE COUNTY F MEDINA.
Cn Iridsy, Auguit 20th.
On Monday, January 4tb.
Ou Monday, May 3J.
On Monday, Sedtember 27th.
IX THE COUNTY OF SUMMIT.
On Monday, August 23d.
, COXXOX FLEAS.
On Monday, Jauusrv 25 lb.
Oa Monday, May 17th.
Oh Monday, October 25th.
IN THE COUXTY OF CUVACOQA.
On Monday, August SOch.
On Mondsy, Fabrusry 8th.
On ilonday, Mty 3d.
On Monday, Koreuber 1st.
And tbat said order be published for three
eonsecative weeks in etch of said Counties in
the manner provided by lair.
Witness tht official signature of a majority
ot the Judges of the Court of Common Fleas
af said fourth Judicial Distrust, at tne omci
of the Clerk of said Court, in the City of
Cleveland, in said Cuyahnea County, this first
day of October, A. V. IB, 4. notice ot the
time and place of said meeting of the Judges
naa given to his turn. 9. w. AicClure, but he
tailed to attend.
SAMUEL B. FEEXTI33, 1
W. A. COLLINS, I
W. W. BOYNTOy,
CHAS. E. PENNEVVELL, yjudgat.
DAEIU3 CADVVELL, j
WILLIAM . LANE,
JOSHUA B. 5Ei;Er. J
Thi Statb or Ohio, )
8ANDU.-KT OOUNIT, 69. J
L B. C. Winters, Clerk of tha Court of
Common Fleas within and for the said County
and in whose custody the nles. Journals and
records of said Court are required' bylaw to
ha keot. herobv certify that the foregoing is
taken and copied from the original, and that
the tame is correct.
In testimony whereof I do hereby tain cribs
t or name officially, at the Court
X.. a. V House in the City of Fremont,in said
County, this 21st day of October, A.
P. 1874. ,
XL C. "WEflXBS, Cleric.
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A. T. Wikitt.
W. J. Gtllmore.
W. W. Johnson 2 a
T. W. Haryey.
C. S. Smart.
IS. R. Ho?mer.
Geo. E. Seney.
W. A. Collins.
H. C. lemmon.
itSSS 32?SSStiI iJ- O-Fitch.
F. J. Gicbel.
S I -ItDtC-
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tjttut X S f,
X o n tc V3 S -I .0 3b x
IC. G. Greene.
. 1 -3 j-iiixaBaaMo
W, H. Honse.
SSx32a55S3i5S2E3S . C. Eathbun.
W ft Wf
uooa renect FEIJTTS, Fast Colors, 6 l-4c, worth 10c
7c " 12 1-2
Another Great Crash in
Goods Cheaper than Before the Warl
IF IS JDIL HD XE CD TRT
Has just returned from New York, after an
absence of IS days, and has carefully selected
nis supply ot
Fall and Winter Goods!
Which has just arrived. For Woolen Goods.
such as Blankets, Flannels, Shawls, Dress
(ioodsMens' and Boys Clothing you can
&avu per cent. Dy coming to
Come before the selection is gone.
iT 0 fi'A
"Will sell their entire stock of
Table Linen, jNTapkins,
BLEACHED & UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS,
SHIRTINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
At Unusually Low Prices.
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS IN
m 3 .in o i7
N. W. BOX.
R, L AMEY.
i:j trnsaii ftr.J luiuX Lji
Wmnois of Til If FK HIMIFMT MF.I
A.!acd KIPIOHA ..( KOXOK. u Vi.
rnna, nr.ri Fn ). W.7, now itf t th
sixki ,o-.'j m;T nt ih? m-'.vr
CAB1KT HC t!t in thaWUIILIt, In-
cluiluijr ne s:yl-.-t wuh rerenc iiiiprcyfmnia, wt
tnti- exriU'nVL,:t orcanti. in former !y, r:it a' on
lkW Ht-aSsi of :i)H)'l J!l,1T,
the m'it tayorabie evyr trel. ORGAN'S RKNT
El) U I ill t'KIVrl KGK f Pi H
4 1I., in ikijnost any part of the country.
irxt payment S.i) or li;,wari!s.
Ilu.trutffl t'atttlognea and Clirnlars.
with fali particulars, suit nee on request. Addreaa
MASON b. HAMLIN ORGAN CO,
Bou,!Sw YtH srfslst;s.
ZTaCE NTS WANTED FOR 4
On Hjnrood, Womanhcod snd their Mutual Intff
Helationsi love, Its laws, Puwer etc. Aimrs sra
cuing truni I . to !.' tuples s. tihv. STiu lot Kp
ipitnjs and lernis to Aionti, snd mb) It
sells raMpr than buy otter bouk. Arrets Na
tional Fi-nixHiM) Co., l'hils., Vs., Uikaiin. 1U
St. Louis, Mo.
is as effectual a remedy
FCr? FEVER i ACUZZ
tha Sulphate in tbe same dnm, wbiie it ejfecs
'M ha& lets, is mors palatable s.k1 muck cheaper.'
Send for descriptiye Circular with TVstimanteJa
rhvneians from ail parts of the eoanu-7.
S"tS &&mnta r-lra7n ftw to4l
jryrroajea Dy ti.l.l.i - 1..-- 1 l.A i'f illl
tariCet Chrnaisu, Boston. Ma.
-n tivt Art of !I.rFCTCm'IG
HtlBGOtWndLadict' Ilalr Drm.
I with BO illustration, price il.SO. Aii
seii and take orders for Hair Goods.
AMress, with reference, IIKKV I.ttFTJE.
W noli sole deAlfr and Importer of 3i'n Hats
39 aud 41 Sjuth Siiina S:.,r rmeo, N.V
rs, liM. with Pnra l-iL. mL.ikl r nJ'r rvftt
''Tnt CahiMU wiUjt etJavr. T wwbm 21
Mauin Somua Oiv. 27 BrMr. K I art- m-m
$1,0 0 0 PEH WEES
Can be msde hj sny smart man vho can keep his
business to huus. if. Addme,
I. F. Una ass, Hoboken. If. J.
COn Ptrdjyst home. Tmnsfree. Ad-
JdxettOto. Srorsoa & Co., Portland,
ApM A WKKK rn
V male Aevnts, I
Wii NoTEIMi tot
'. lartntwi tn Male ssd Fe
in their tommy. Costs
try it. PArticuiirB i'rww
P. O. V1CKEKT 4 CO, Augusta, Urn.
"psYcnoMAxcr, or son, cHARsmfa.
1 Bow either sex may fascinate siid gain tea
loys sod a'fection of suy person tficy chooeo, hj
tantly. This art sll can ponsefw. fr-.-e, by mail, for
cents- together with a Hamate Guice, igratiaa
Oracie, Dreads, Hinta to Lsdiux, ere. l.Cue.uuA
sold. A queer hook. Add rest T. WTT T.H it 4
CO., Pub a, Philadeiphis, Ps.
AGENTS WANTED, SS
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG.
A LIBRARY of the Choicest SelecUotis from all
the Greatest POETS in one yolume, prefsnly
Mlnvtrated by the msstrrpiecva of renowned
painters. Pxmticeiv the lowtt priced ad mM
ffani book of the kind. Hundreds of yoiumea la
one! Send for proof and liberal terms to A-s.a ot
F. A. HUTCHINSON CO, CIUCDvNAn, O.
Dry Goods Store!
You can save money by buying of us
Ws htye just received a New Stock oa
Woolens, Domestics & Notions,
whJcb. wa offer t
V JERY LOW PRICES!
Corns snd sea us. Our motto la
"GOOD GOODS AXD LOW PRICES"
BLACK ALPACAS tt Spatlalitr
UEXT E001 TO Is; ITAT'L BASK
H. J. RAFFENSPERGER.
SUMMIT ST TOLEDO. OniO.
TO LOAT SOVC TOVTT In ..Ktl.l
bo.inest. Will take an fnt -r- or ork on sa arr.
Addreas H. J. RAFFENSPEKGEK. ToleCa. Ohio.
For Sale cr Exchange.
160 acres of Ltnd fa Fnlton Conner. JnHlnTi. ua
acres improved. O"od water rower. aDlrndld In.
cation for a CRIST HILL. Will exchange for elf
acre property. "
'CTSTOll" KLorurva vrr t win ..
heavy frame: two ergiDea. M-lneh tnhaJar bolicr
two and a half acrr-s of land. The miil Is located
8njrr creek, Saadosky county, Ohio. Also,
npriht saw mlli. Ewrythinif In food repair.
fc.ooo. Will exchange for property la or oat
Farms for Sale.
T9 arret 1b Pnrlnffflolii tnw-n.M-. ... TTn
r . " tr. (.:,1UU
otatlon. Bma.l house, good barn, wU, large orch
ard. Only per sere, ou time.
lffO Acres in StItsdIa tnwnahtn. wftKff, m-w m.-
Toledo, 35 seres moroyell: storr-end-s-half
honse, bam and orchard. Price, 0 per acre.
exchange for honse and lot in Toledo.
l.2S0acree1n Sitranla townahln. wi.
of Svlvania, and north ot Gardtn Land. Price
per sere on long time.
acres on the WoodTllle Plank Ttnt ta. n
Ihe river, all nm1r cultivation. Larseframe
with fonrteo rooma. irnoH hum 1 .
eJetem. Will exchange part for city property.
Acre Property for Sale.
acm on north tds of Rnnrmn
ahort dlatacoe of the Mllbnm Wseob WoiaT
be sold tt t low price.
acres lying between Dorr and Bancroft streeta
acres on Dorr street, beyond Browm a uidj tu.
easy terms. -
acres In North Toledo.
Two lots In Brown's Adilrlnn . .n v
time, on ebraaka Arenas. '
Lots on Broadway, lota on Jefferson Street. la
all parte of the cilrfurade at bmln
Small frame honse oa TJIvUInn nt v.
street; lotuxl)t0 silev: will aluinuw
payments. Price, 11,400.
Lsrsre frame honae. with nfn -nm.m r ,a
W foot alley. In 8yne Place, 00 Xadiaoa
Price, H.0OO. VerychespT
lores adjoining the the the Mooldlra Works
Tremamsviile. Can be had at a bark-sin.
0 seres of timber linil , . .- ,n
Machinery all new near liinore, on Late Shere
Ksi.way, on rery easy terms of payment.
Two story frame honse corner of Mlsonri and
r.rteeiuh streets, wuh 10 rooms, good w-liar, frui
thade trees. LotxlAOiee At a harln.
splealld lot on WHiHi(-
jji.i - B
avaoiiion, ooxisu reet, laoo.
two-storr new frame hon- with uHn mrnia.
cellar, well and ciotcrn, thronjiboQt, oa
street, near Lent Price tisoo. on looa Uma.
anlendid lot on Franklin iniu. WiIhHH
Addition, coxios, only tl,800.
Honse snd lot on Erie street, baiwaen Oak
at a bargain, (1,600.
one acre lots, most bent'fs'lv !iwt
street, just beyond iiibarn Wsgon Worka
feet on Monroe street, near the M lihn vr.-
Worits, st fw per foot. Terms easy.
BrSINESS PKOPERTT to feet on Ifonm-
between Huron and Erie sirseuv at a bar
gain. Only per foot.
lots in Lloyd's Addition, ast Toledo.
lots In "Wing Place," cheao. tano tn ten
cn Lower Summit ntMt T v-. . u
lots 111 Mrlr4rrS A 4 a
irom HM to IJ.Suo each?
For Rent. .
TwobrlrlrwlllnM An T . . .
-j-...-6- vu . ciuunrwb ueiweeu
ms r ,trMU- Hot aad cold aur,
frama hnnu t o. .
VXr"- 8eTe1 rooai' nd cistern.
room In Oners Sanaa K'nrV , v
hoose on Thirtnnth m..t
roo-ns. Inquire of
Warning to Trespassers.
duale, 6smnl Hit., fial'lii7 tw
a, j t aw.. if t ' -
ssmum, Fs v saW.'