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A . H .BALSLEV, Editor. FREMONT. OHIO. FillMY, November 6, 1874. To Foreign Subscribers. After the first of January we shall have to prepay the postage on all papers GOIXG OUT OF THE COUNTY. Subscribers at a dis tance please note this fact, as we shall only send to those whopay in advance after that date., as tee cannot afford to wait for our pay awl pa-j -putaye also. . Nevada is reported Republican by a email majority. The decrease of the Public Debt during October was $081,434. President Gkant has named the 26th inst, as a day of Thanksgiving. Get the turkeys in order. Joseph Hidili., has again assumed the editoral control of the Chicago Tribune, and will make it a thorough Republican journal. Gov- Allen has named a day for Thanksgiving Nov. 26th the same day named by the President A re markable coincidence. Gov. Allen has not yet named the Thursday which is to be dedi cated to Turkey. But perhaps he dont believe in Thanksgiving- The coroners jury have found that the cause of the recent explosion of the steamer Brooklyn, in Detroit river, was carelessness and interfer ence with the safty valve. Gov. Kellogg of Louisiana, and Major E. A. Burke, had a street en counter.in New Orleans on the 29th. Bnrke attempted to horse whip Kel loss and Kellogr tried to shoot Burke. Unfortunately neither were successful. Now let the officers of the Brook lyn be brought to punishment Racing and tampering with the safe ty valve of the 6teamer, caused the death of thirteen persons. Let the guilty ones suffer the lull penalty of the outraged laws. Judge Ireland, the chairman of the Democratic State Executive Committee of Texas, and also State Senator, in a late speech said: "I hale the United States flag, and will teach my children to hate itH Such is Democracy in Texas. The Democrat "reform," is be ginning to tell on one public insti tution. Under Republican rule the penitentiary was self sustaining but under Democratic management, it has run behind, and will become a burden upon the people. Great is Democracy. The election in Louisiana passed off more quietly than was apprehen ded. The Conservatives gain con- a small myjority. The Conserva tives gain one member of Congress, possibly more. Delaware, Ohio, has had a case similar to the one at Findlay,,where the beer-drinkers rescued (he beer- seller from prison. Fred Kurley - was jugged twenty days for viola- lating an ordinance relating to the siderably, but it is thought the Ke- 1. 1: i - i . i. c.n.. puoiicans uave carneu uie oiaic uy aqIa nflinat- w Vi n n tiiA aolnAm'fila 4nr1 yy, - v -4:i nj.J A A ucci uiiu&cis, icvuiicu auu ucujauu i that the Mayor should release him nfl th. W.vnr A vnr I . . . wno nas bo nuie nerve as wo yieiu uj AlJ 1 1 A I iue uemanaB oi moo iaw, do matier i the condemnation of all men. If , . , r ' v. :i- i i t I uut wuuc B,u lawB cui,Jl in em no matter nnon wuom tne nea- I ,. ... r 1 aitVIaliS. I w . Am interesting case, involvinz the I right of burial in a Catholic Ceme- j i i ji i j . m i i lrjr uaa just Duen aeciuea ai AOie- Aiieiacts upon wnicn an m- do. innctioa was asked are aa follows: 1 Some years ago Mrs. Babbington . . . . . I ue aaies Lfcmetery,xoledo,and there uunea a son. ine purcnase was mad Of TTufliAr RnfT thnn noolnrnf 1 - "l I the church. John Wvnn a son-in -law of Mrs. Babbington, purchased her riirht His wife died, nnd h a T i. . 1 wished to inter the remains in the lot, but upon application to Father U JKeilly for permission was refused upon the ground that the wife was t.mmn; f .... v ZZ tuC cuu.cu. jaa persisieu. ana was informed mat 11 ne attempted to make the in- terment, he would be resisted by all I T tne power father O'Reilly could command. Wynn therenpon depos- ited the remains of his wife in anoth- er place and sued for an injunction to restrain Father O'Reilly from his threatened resistance to the contem- plated use of the lot, The case was aeara Deiore Juuge Collins, last week and a decision rendered on I Monday, against granting the in- j junction. The Court recognized the A. C ' 1 1 . I argument 01 10c aeienaanr, mat tue I , t ... , . uiouuvr nasa jarb ji mc Caurcu , nronprtv of the tlinr-PQo I ho rlrrl.t I i tr - j t v" "o" i which was vested in the Bishop.that in it was subject to the rules and reg ulations of tbe church,and sold sub iect to those conditions one of which m l i. . i n . I oi laecnarcnanuiaiaii communion holdinrr dismissed the . Nation w a a i n r.nimnnMum Governor Leslie, of Kentucky, at ..... . . ... f t.hA mnrrlpr of tho r-s,i ... ci ik . , , " crrn o-irl in ahelbv conntv nf T.o4 b O J UAb State, by the white ruffians. lie has onerea an aggregate lewaruoi fj,- on 000 for their arrest, and in doing so eome plain common sense views, which the people of that -t,m A n .. ,18h . " 7 " one au wouuig ui j piwiamaiioa oner- j ing a reward for the arrest and con viction of these offenders, I have thought it eminently proper, in view ot the frequency of this detestable form of crime in certain districts of the State,to add a few earnest words, addressed to the good citizens of Shelby and of the commonwealth,as well as to the olHeera of the law, in reference to their duty in maintain ing public peace, and in the execu tion of the law. The local authori ties seem too often to forget that the whole power of the county is by law placed in their hands, and that on them, and not on the State exec utive, rests the first and chief re sponsibility for the repression aud puuishment of crimes committed within their jurisdiction. No au thority nor power, however great, can act 60 efticiently for the conser vation of order and the vindication of violated law, in any comrnuaity, as thai, which resides in the commu nity itself in the faithful exercise of such authority, intrusted by the cit izens to oliicers of their own selec lion, and firmly supported by them will be found under our form of gov ernment the only reliable security for the peace ot society and the of the citizens. I regret to say that there is reason to believe that to the apathy, or in some cases, apparent sympathy of the citizens and the neglect of their sworn au- ties by local authorities, have been mainly due the disgraceful impu- nity of the offenders, and the conse- J quent increase or sucn crimes in our State. I earnestly call upon the good citizens of Shelby and the caunty ofliccrs to see to it that so vile a deed as that which has called forth this proclamation shall notbv going unpunished, leave a foul blot uoon the escutcheons of their honor, and give encouragement to renewed of which humanity shudders. The proclamation will itself be but an empty form unless you 6hall deter- mine to secure its execution. 1 pledge to you all proper aid of the uutw auuu'i i iy ?? ia v, ia ui,m,va w o- m(W,..,(m, nfl.w. -,l (ho VU1 V bUC (ACIUU1UU VI At TT fc IAIA tfkAV repression of disorders in your midst Third Term. The third term "busr-bear" bavins been "kilt" by the utterance of Pres- ident Grant it becomes interesting to know something as to how he felt upon the subject and that can only be judged of by the manner in which he regarded his previous nomina- tion, as it appears tho matter was never broached to him by any body. The Cincinnati Gazette had in its possession a private letter which, perhaps, was the only thing on rec- ord to show his feelings in regard to his previous nominations, and this letter it obtained leave to publish only a few days ago. We give its explanation with the letter: In 1S72, when it was found that Grant would bo renouiinated.the re- port was circulated that in view ol many groundless reports as to Lis seeking the nomination, he would decline to be a candidate. So very positive were these reports upon this pointthat in May,1872, we wrote him a private letter on the subject to which a reply was received.which we are now permitted to print This has nothing to do directly with the third term, hut it shows how Grant squarely for my nomination at Phil- addphia Juneoih, proximo, when thcy were nlt;t l,y the report that 1 would either decline beinsra candi- date before tLe Couventio 3d decline alter nomination, was re- felt with reference to the first and second terms, and will sitvp tct din abuse the minds of those, if any I Ivhcre be, who honestly believe that I I t. ne rrr(iiilnr u i-tiiliia .f ocnlj i -v. ottomj i r.. r... i Wls,.,vr.T,, M-v 11 1S70 h Dkar Sie: Your favor of the 10 inst., saying that the managers of the Gazette had decided to come out nnmad ln.t . . : I . , i. . 1 I vera moi. aira learinz mvi f, t, T .,oj r a " v aiu-, .mj m a. vauocu a ins- Patcn to be se,lt to you to the effect that the report was without any au thonty whatever. I am not in the habit 0f writiDg iettera on ,x,iiticai 1- , . ... . Buujecis, ana especially have I nev- ence a Convention as to who should be candidates before it or selected bv It : but vour letter in'nf annh a I . J . "i nature as to demand an answcr.more narticn ar v aa vnn ar rnn ,;n I " J "eai my response as SiriCtly Conn- I a 1 T -w . I uenuai. jow i will say that I nev-1 er proclaimed myself a candidate I either before the convention which I ulceus m il iiiiaueinma l.nta vour nnr , p . - . Chicago four vears T hv novor written - i; .1 niiw.ii nut. uji nunc au ucl 1 was years ago. nor, I can say with truth, entertain- action hv thi 7?nn1iliron norfTr ;n I raS ' , nv other man in it wlm miVi.t tl,;.nl,; i uo uuv, its x U1U 'our years ago, sincerely believe that ll, 5 r .1. i.l the interests of tbe vkole country demand the success of the Rcpubli- can Parly- 11 deemed advisable, I am willing to make any sacrifice in givinaj up a high position so highly IJnzt:u "y ue, one created Tor me by " PPciativc public, for which ?ct I can never thank them sufficient ly. Now. if I can be of service to the party that chose me then, I shall rentier tuat service conscientiously a,nJ to tlle ,,est of mJ ability, and lin rinrrAK 1 . , : 1: 1 I 1" maue iour U'ithrt .Mnw.t "iv...- J servant, U. S. Grant To the above mav be added the following extract from a letter writ ten ten days subsequently to the one given above, in which he distinctly avows uis intentions to retire at far thest at the expiration of his sec ond term. At that date he wrote If elected in November and pro tnni.A 1. . . 1 r . . I. . , . "j a.mu i roviuence in health and Stren c-t.h In .iorf.m 4l. . . . " uc Mn(iAa ,iFtl,A l.lk . I f . - . . n"-1""1' vouiiiitu, i nrnmiSiA the an mo ruol ami " uctuhwu to the good of the whole people for sue iumre 01 my oiucial lire as shown the past. Past experience inav K?U mc1? avoidinS mistakes ine- nouic vv i iu uuua"8 iu ail proies 8 ion s and in &11 orcunMt ir,n ir;,- 1 " rtlicvedfrum (he ronslbiliticis ofl ri i.t t r ' next, I hope to leave to i rn no . . I in ' .""VU, a COUuUT at peace within its own borders at peace with outside nations with -A, I '. - I (.i1" t uouie anu abroad, audl0"" without embarrassing questions to wiLiiout ei threaten its future prosperity r"j the side of Lookout Mountain, thirty miles wide, containing inex ntters fustible beds of the finest iron ore !v ncworld For this tract an Eng ut comPny has sinced offered him minion of dollars, which was re- iusea 1 3 ... - . - I jureuaseu ior a DIt Ot land wu cl Ca THE ELECTIONS. The elections began on Monday and t he report from Louisiana wasnot especially encouraging, but Nevada did a little better. The reports of Tuesdays election are not cheering. In fact they are nearly as bad as can be but not quite. We will not pa'm our readers by giving them a multi plicity of figures out of which to cy pher the defeat, but merely a sum mary as far as the returns will ena ble us to do, of how the thing has gone. We begin with. NEW YORK because most important It had a Governor and minor State ofliccrs to elect,mcmbers of Assembly, Con gressmen, kc The present Con gressional delegation .consists of 24 Republicans, 8 Democrats and 1 Lib eral, the next will be about 22 Dem ocrats and 11 Republicans. Dem ocrats claim a majority in the Leg- hslature, which, if so, will secure them a U.S Senator in place of Fen-rights MASSACHUSETTS time in a score of years bas elected a Democratic uov- ernor, by about 5,000 majority. The ent drf Congress is Re- 6 6 milk ian 41m invf will favnt Ai . Gwe. r u'u " or six Democrats. It looks, at this writing, as if we had retained the le- gisiature, and thereby secured a suc- 6 ' J ceS80r t0 Senator Washburn. Old Ben Butler is laid out, which is good. PENNSYLVANIA us by 10,000 .ma- J0"1 and there 1S but lltlle doubt Dut wu" 11 bM gne Republican Negley Republican salary grabber.is reported defeated, which will be gen erall Bati8factory. The re9ul in . VI Taa lu """i;b oi me uioiriciB cannoi I uenmteiy given, Dut in stead I of 22 Republicans as in the present Congress, we will probably ha've 16. ILLINOIS tl"B " naye elected tne Kepub- lican State ticket and has done fair J on tUe Congressional matter, yet we lose probably four or five Con gasmen, giving the Democracy all theJ claim, but the result will prob- aDly not be 80 bad- lbe complex ,on of lne Legislature is not yet known. It elects a successor to Lo- San- MISSOURI AND TEXAS Are no- reported to any extent Dut Texas sends a Bolid Democrat- ic Delegation to Congress. No WISCONSIN Has elected five, perhaps six Re- publicans, to Congress, and if the ... . , , . . .wv.6i.,u m icwum uu- changed. We have also secured the Legislature which will give us the U. S. Senator in place of Carpenter NEW JERSEY Jlas eIectcd a Democratic Gover- nor Dy 8000 majority, and given a gain of one or more Congressmen to the Dpmnoracr ALABAMA. ge Ueuociatiu gains, and will probably return a Congressional del : . e . i .. - . cgaiiou tuat fainpe. At JliUtala a riot occurred durinir which tliirtv. a J '"Ul vu.Le were WOUDaea' ana lljree negroes were billed outright. Five of the wound- ed negroes died soon after, and oth ers will die. DELAWARE, Tennessee, Georgia and Kentucky are hopelessly Democratic, unless in the first and Second disr.rip.ra nf Tan . . nessee. niakincr n,nWr.i . e . ' v"""v'''" at least seven in the Congressional delegations of those States. MINNESOTA. RtPbllcan delegation, it is thought, wm 06 relrnea to Congress. The Democrats'gain considerably, but notwithstanding an unbroken RHODE ISLAND SUnds firm, and returns her two wongressmen Kepublican. as before. NEVADA . Is in doubt, with probabilities fa-1 voring the election of a Republican VIRGINIA. Returns indicate the election of four Republicans and five (!nnsfrv- tivcs or Democrats, though the re-1 I SOUTH CAROLINA. x wo ixinservauves are elected to flftn cross n,l nna.iMir 41, M m n I o - I'" '"'J "'cc I mg a Democratic gain of that manv 0 J I KANSAS Will probably return an unbroken Republican Congressional delegation ARKANSAS bUOWS .Democratic cams, with o 1 . , . , I prouaDie gam ior iiieoi in tne Uon- I ,rr0.;.l .1.1 MARYLAND. mnro j ' Br as we lose a member from the Sixth 11 District. MICHIGAN. Shows heavy Democratic gains all overreiucing the Republican major- lly to between five and ten thousand The Democrats gain three Congress men Later returns may vary this report somewhat. At present it looks as if the Democrats had gain 47 members of Congress, and has a decided so nit u.onl. r . , . .. Kintma icuiuuam; control OI lUe I nprt fncra G. , Ohio The fires in the foreatn in are abat'nf,r. Over 150,000 people in Asia Mi nor I.uva fallen in... ( .t. i-.. Bayard Taylor, lectured in ClevA- laud luesday night on "Ancient ine. vZS viuiit i u iivua iur tue xiCOrASUa .w i Tl T' g0U,g l0rward at a V j ate Fourteen hundred men have re - cently been discharged from the l,,... f 1 1. V i. . .. roat'- A few days ago a solid gold nug- ... e l j . . 1 i , .... "uuluer creen, a UIDUtarv Ol I oiiiiii" creea. wnicn fmntiu 4i, 1 ,r:'- . uaciaiucuw river, vamornia. I . I Ana now tricuina is in thp- fish .... Xf- V); . I """j"""' Jipaxi, oi me Ohio I Agricultural Department, who has I aiscoverea tnem in the fresh fish brout into the Columbus market m..r. i-ujanogm vv. OFFICIAL VOTE. Official Vote Ohio on Secretary of State,October 13, 1874. COl'NTIKS. Adams ir.M AII.M1 i7J Ashland iu, Ashtabula... Atneos Aunlaize Belmont Brown Butler Carroll Champaign Clark Clermont Cliulou Colnroblaaua Coshocton Crawford Cuyahoga Darke Defiance Delaware Krie Firflf Id Fayette Franklin Fulton Gallia Geauga Greene. Guernsey Hamilton Hancock tiardiu Harripou Henry Highland Mucking Holmea Huron . 1 1 , lf.M tiers KNI.', TdWi M 1214 17K0 2.V.9 3f.i 14V B4.H9 20TI) 8H19 11 BT1S 1731 )'.!.-. iffit W77 K.lb 6-IK.I 1016 IliU jwl l'J".4 Ili74 lilWJ 70 4!174 1lV,r ltWj K 1614 SftUl Jackson I. Jefferaon V131 Knox 2713 Lake SJ Lawrence 2433 Licking 43HI Logan 154 Lorain 11W Luc&a 4435 Madison 13iR Manoniug 291" Marion , 171 Medina 143i Meigs 1544 Mercer 1774 Miami '9 Monroe 2432 Montgomery 7462 Morgan 1M6 Morrow 16u7 Mcakingum 4205 Noble liM Ottawa 1T7J Paulding l Perry 21 "4 Pickaway 263n Pike 1273 Portage 2372 Preble 2163 Putnam 2o26 Richland lions 32"3 Sandusky 3iH Sciota 2765 Seneca 3s71 Shelby 1S7S Stark 4447 Summit..... 3205 Trumbull 2U96 Tuscarawas 3091 Union 147S Van Wert 1730 Vinton 1657 Warren 196 Washington 3672 Warne 3-S32 Williams 1S46 Wood 2019 Wyando 1711 I3U4 1721 16'.s 4-Z75 2MB .V.7 37III 20 2415 lr76 2134 3152 2s IS 23 21I3T 1531 20S5 12212 27f-S 669 134 2416 1644 164 462 17sl 2126 23T4 2W-S Virt 17:W2 21 M 1S54 2(126 9it 2164 (-13 44 327 2(133 2532 2ttH 2321 2462 2271 1965 3531 4173 149S 3"1 1145 1H75 273S 696 SK20 S3C 6fD6 1315 176 3610 1743 929 9U3 123l 1KO0 914 27S4 2235 Vi6 2326 27'PO 2131 2345 3ui & 1131 3675 325 3749 2111 2066 1575 1272 2952 3550 3343 1S92 2471 1165 4S 4 CI ta 101 2HS 364 6 121 215 2oi 444 9 8 317 59 IS 16 314 144 72 2o 125 32 4 31 193 66 S3 1 IS "23'i 94 SS 304 40 H3 87 2. 17 112 167 43 73 121 37 "iii 14 85 1S9 202 157 109 42 24 132 "&9 37 132 9 231 215 215 45 16 109 3 S3 133 31 Total .238406 221204 7sl5 Bell's majority 17,202 Official Vote for Congress. FIRST DISTRICT. Sayler, D. Oreen. 1?. Part of Hamiltun 11.566 7,252 Sayler's majority 4314 SECOND DISTRICT. Banning D. Stevenson, R. Banuing-s majority 1,535 THIRD DISTRICT. Savage, D. Smltk, R. Bauer V V 2,318 2' 829 Clermont 3,389. Clinton 1,681 Fayette 1,296 Warren J 2,102 1,496 2,829 11,810 12,972 Savage over Smith 1,162 FOURTH DISTRICT. McMahou, D. Gunckel, R. Darke 3,663 Greene .' 2,072 Montgomery 7,498 Preble 2,17 15,411 MaM alios over On nek el 1,000 2,816 2.143 6,259 2,224 14,312 FIFTH DISTRICT. 1S.473 Rice over Ltttlo S,lil Rice. D. Allen 2,079 Auglaize 1,711 UeOauce 1,709 Meacer 1,641 Paulding 868 Putnam 1,967 Slwlby 1,833 Van Wert 1,668 Lytl-, R. 1,792 634 6r9 679 911 912 1,155 1,623 8,279 SIXTH DISTRICT. Fulton l.nw Henry l,6f Lacaa 4,641 Ottawa 1,836 Williams 1.H63 Wood 2,030 13.HW 1,T7 1,550 901 3,3 865 1,749 2,373 11,321 Hurd over Pratt SEVENTH DISTRICT. 1,313 2,024 2,142 Adams 1,536 Brown 3,058 Highland 2,278 Pike 1.271 Roes 3,190 2,719 11,333 9,108 Neal ever Gordoh 2,225 910 I EIGHTH DISTRICT. Pearson. D. Lawrence. R. Champaign 1,888 2,068 Clarke 2,716 3,014 Logan 1,637 1,820 Madison l,J'l Miami 2,786 2,587 Lawrence over Pearson 378 NINTH DISTRICT. Popple,on OTerRobineon Ponnleton. D. Delaware 1,971 llardin 2,176 Kuox 2,668 Marion 1,702 Monroe 1,609 Union 1,491 11,627 . 428 Roblaou. R. I,9s9 1,869 2,351 1,169 1,738 2,033 11,199 TENTH DISTRICT. Erie 105 ii l. u ai j aron 11 SanduakT.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'."'.".".' ".WW '. FeeUr over Seney 2,610 2,297 3,423 2,239 3,200 13,778 160 . . . 3,721 13,61 3 ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Gallia. 1,847 l,8tfU ll,..L-ii.,, 1.632 810 I Jcknou.V.V. 1.994 2,206 Vinton 1,636 1,2' I Vance ever Bundy 1,941 10,4 TWELFTH DISTRICT. Walling, D. ralrneld Franklin 6,308 Perry 2,077 Pickaway ,o 13,580 Wauing over Taylor su Taylor, R. j,w9 1 251 I 1,963 9,667 I TWELFTH DISTRICT SHORT TERM. Fairfield.. I." , ... riouiuiu ........ Ferry runaway. Finck, D. 2,945 6,483 2,160 2,502 14,090 .. 4,789 Finck over Taylor Taylor, R 1,634 4,6'4 1,153 1.890 9,301 THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 4,215 4.313 2,997 Coshocton -Sn.t .277 : i. : A oi 1,520 2,440 3,502 2,189 9,651 Liekiaif .. MuBkiueum Tuscarawas 13,602 Southard over Bainbull 3,951 FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. Conow Armstrong Ashland 2,124 1,715 I -"or Crawford 3,007 1,080 lir. ma V JMS MJS I ItKhland 3,081 2,338 VSyanUot 1,681 1,133 12,394 .5,180 I 7,214 I FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. Meiw"V.V".".".."." l'.toi Monroe Morgan 1,551 Washington 3,811 Van Vorues over uiouam.... 1,431 2,748 I I 845 I 1,810 11,65 I SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. Belmont.. 3,485 3,776 Uuernsey 1,793 V,llS7 Harrison l,73i 1,976 Jenersou 2,164 Z,MT Noble 1,080 1,741 10,861 12,097 Danford over Boyles 1,236 SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. j'lautiuii Wilson, 1). Woodworth, R. Carroll 1,234 1,568 Columbiana 2,364 2,934 Mahouint; . 2.687 3,074 Stark 4,548 3,53? 10,837 11,113 Woodworth over Wilson EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. Mc Bride, I). Monroe, R. Lorain 1,649 3.594 Medina.. 1,421 1,963 Summit 3,178 3,445 Wayne 3,847 3,277 10,095 12,229 Monroe over McBrlde 2,134 P. NINETEENTH DISTRICT. Woods, D. jvonianuia... 100 Geauga 24 IjUe 634 PorUire 2,340 Trambau 2,232 ,2 e,34 GarfleId Wood" Uarneld, K. Hubbard. I. 3,4,8 1 ',3 I 1,79s 645 1 551 1 2 3 ff'l I 2 847 736 12,591 3,427 NINETEENTH DISTRICT. TWENTIETH DISTRICT. panons, il . - .6 dba I "i"" I rays. T.r faragu.,,.. ...... x,oi LOCAL MATTERS. MARVELOUS BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS. Going to Leave Fremont. It bas become such a uuiveial custom among dry goods firms generally to advertise almost indiscriminately any and every sensa tion, that now, (aa in the case of tbe fable of the "boy and tbe wolf,") public confidence has become somowluU shaken when a genuine "golden onortunitj" Joes present itaelf honco we deem it necessary to bear pur willing at testation to the marvelous bargains bow on oiler, for sixty days, at the store of Mr. A. P. Condit of this city. Owing to business cn gagementa inducing Mr. Condit to locate him self in the East, the present is veritably a closing out sale in fact a bona-fide sacrifice on the entire Btock, rather than to incur ex penses in tbe shipment of goods elsewhere, or to job them off at an immense discount. To the credit of a wise discretion in the pres ent depressed times, Mr. Condit has resolved to give the public the full advantages on a final clearance sale, aud we feel assured every prudent and consistent citizen will see tho de sirability of duly appreciating such a course by availing themsolves of the marvelous bar gains now being submitted. Whether it be in muslins, dress goods, flannels, sheetings, fancy articles. 4c. Here will be discovered the choicest goods at an astounding discount In fact, the purchases already made under the above auspices have, of themselves, so largely advertised the sale that the store is daily kept almost crowdod, and it is now becoming more a matter of who shall have the best choice by making early application. The stock is evi dently dwindling down amazingly, and agai do we urge our friends to avail themsclvos of the opportunity and above all, to avoid pro crastination. REAL ESTATE AND ITS VOTARIES. TARIE3. Confidence in Property Speculations Confidence in Property Speculations Toledo's Rapid Growth-Messrs. Wolcott Bros.—A Prosperous Firm. Notwithstanding tho financial crisis this country has so recently undergone tho dregs 01 which have hardly yet ceased to trammel some branches of commercial enterprise shaking public confidence in many instances the popular faith in real estate specula tions remains comparatively intact, where means are comfortably accessible. And prob ably this may be attributable to the fact that, in point of absolute value, in no prosperous and growing district can a safer investment possibly be secured. Hence it is that we find. irrespective of the outcries of "hard times, "slow trade" and "depressed markets," where property is steadily increasing ia value, the real estate business is not onlv receiving new acquisitions, but iteadilv holdins? its own against less favored enterprises. Aud while peakmg on this point we may aslc where I mere a wider and mora inviting field to in- spire confidence in thia lino than ;.,,,, . . ,. ' , ln the marvelously spreading city of TolcdoP I AS a neu gathereth her chickens under her I wines, one bv one is Toledo nroner rathorino 1 : v ,- -, , . , within her corporate LmiU-almoat yearly "BIJ outsKirung acre, nortn, cast, west and I south, to the extent of miles, until tcho shall venture to ihmiiI.1. t. v..- i.;t. 1 I IT "'-".-MJ UJBKUl' I tude. With this highly gratifying consum- I mation in view, is there not cause for congrat ulation when it becomes our pleasaut duty to speak m complimentary terms of the origin prosperity and extensive resources of one of her pruiuinont firms in the above business. We refer to that of MESSES. WOLCOTT LBOS., 31 JEFFEKSON ST., who, though ouly located in Toledo some twelve moutha, have decidedly marie their mark, aud afforded unmistakable evidence of their ability, integrity and indomitable perse. verauce to worthily perform with aatiafaction to their clients the responsible duties imposed upon them by virtue of their important posi tiou. U.iiliiig from Oneida, New York, thev nrst Iauuched into business at Toledo in Oc tober, 1873 locating in a somewhat hutuljl ofhee at 1)3 Summit street. Both being com paratively young men, brim full of energy, amply competent for business pursuits, au possessing the necessary capital to float in their coveted enterprise, they set out in a "fa: beld with "no favor or a Hoc tiou" in their present calling. We should, however, remark that the business was by no means a new one to the senior mejuber of tiie firm Mr. J V, olcott he having gained considerable ex penence prior to his present investment. For tune soou lent a willing smile to their efforts. for clients were not slow to read in their can dor. M,ll .11(1 iHniv.nu 1.. ... .- , " vx... t.jtto nuuiii auipiu 10 in spire confidence and favor. Engagements rapidly succeeded engagements, aud securiu considerable private interest in Star avenue addition, they became agents for that plat. and next we find them (as iu the case of most prosperous firine) casting around for more eligible and extensive ofiiue accommodations. This was ultimately discovered at their pres ent address 34 Jefferson street whence they removed last Bpriug, and where they have since continued to flourish. Mr. J. Tl. Wolcott takes principal charge of the books, correnpondence, finances and general trausac tion of office duties, while Mr. F. M. Wolcott is chiefly engaged in the conduct of out-door engagements. Their ofiice is thoroughly ap pointed with references such as maps, books, plats, Ac. to real estate matters, generally. in and around the city they have the utmost facilities for acquiring information for clients and, indeed, as a general intelligence office in any and all matters pertaining to their line of business, no better reference or authority need be sought after in the city a fact it will amply repay capitalists to bear iu mind when VISltlllOr tho Uroannrmia "('.,, rn iIm" to investing. Beside "Star avenue addition " already referred to. in which thev have sold nvr nn.thiri ni i.,t . i ; over one-third of the lota, at prices ranging from 1100 to $150, on quarterly payments. they have a very fine piece of property about reo Dlockg Irom Adams street, known as -rranaiin aaaition, which was originally 1 " wKtty-eigiit iu, ovt having already been sold at $200 to $125 per ' latter investment is One of excep tional aavantages, as proved by the rapidity with which the property has already been old. and the fact of its very favorable loca tion. In the matter of acre property thoy have numerous splendid investments, as their business relations outside the city limits have grown almost apace with those within. But in reference to anything like a detail of their present property on sale their exchange list property to rent and miscellaneous wants, their engagements are far too numerous to re capitulate in the apace we have at command but are well worthy of reference see their extended advertisement in another column of this paper, as 'also in the Toledo city press, auouia we iau to reier to their agency for the sale of lands on the Missouri. Kansas anil ' iumnay, wmcu are sceauuy growing in public favor, and amply repay for considera- tion by capitalists and those desirous of set tling in the far west. Messrs. Wolcott Bros, appear very sanguine in this matter, and solicit the strictest iuauiries into tho mr. iffl if fhfl nr.llAArtv in .uoatinn in .... f ..-..... tr I J " - ... .v..:m.u w which thev wiU be clad to furnish mans, cir- vviua, iikies, Auie nuu iieigui, txc., 011 appu- cation. On the whole, we know of but few firms in the city we can recommend more un reservedly for iutegrity and perseverence than that to which we have just referred our bu. i- uess relations with thein have always been of tbe most satisfactory character and wo have invariably found them true to their engage ments, courteous and worthy the utmost con fidence. They have our hearty congratula tions on their past success and may their fu ture prove still brighter than the past. Killed. On Saturday last, Mr. Jasper Alvord of this place met with bia death sud denly while at work in the foundry of Mr. J. Warner, of Norwalk- lie was a moulder trade and was at work in the foundry, when from some unaccountable cause, a beam overhead became loose ami fell, striking him upon the head and breaking his skull. lie lived but a few inunieuts after tho arrifl,-i,t j. WM iroll.,nl ,,-. r day, and on Sunday afternoon f uueral servic 1,925 . 1. .,1 , . .v... t t? i 1. ,j 1 t 1 t,,v J)iftw .ija w. aj- vuuiuj, Itil uy XbCY. ivopier, alter wnicn me txxiy was taken to Morwalk tor interment. Mr. Alvord was for- merly a resiaent of New York state, but moved to this place aliont twelve years aim. was an honest .industrious man, of good iu " ' L. mmrm.'Ll inn. nuu nsu manv warm irintniM wn.i . .L7' , Ai".- J, hiiwii mmr. FREMONT TO THE FRONT FOR STOVES. The Wonderful "Shining Light." season now arrived when everyone is more or less Interested iu the great social question "which is the best stove?" Times wore when it was hard to find a satisfactory reply to the interrogation, but at present we can fearsaly assert, without fear of contra diction, none can equal the world-famed 'Shining Light," the ouly stove made having di-uble fire-pot, double illumination and clink er less grate. We have carefully examined many, but no stove iu our estimation and particularly a baso-burner, as this one is bas hitherto graced the market with half the suc cess 'or claims- on public atteution in com parison with the '-Shiniog Light." It is sim ple in construction, ornamental, and yet very strong, while in price it stands in favorable contrast with any good stove in the inarkot. llefore you attempt to purchase, call at THOMr-oo:! & Go 's, Front street; Fremont, aud satisfy yourself of its merits. A Seasonable Word. Winter cold, slern, dreary winter is at hand. The old, the young the grave, the gay bo they rich or poor all alike require necessary protection for tho preservation of health aud strength. And yet, the universal desire to appear neat and respectable or, in a vard, fashionable is nevertheless the ambi tion of everyone. Hence with what satisfac tion does the world welcome an introduction to such a one as ho who caters successfully to those important requirements in daily life. Be it therefore known to an infinitesimal de gree that public benefactor is none other than THE FAMOUS MABLEY. The great clothier and outfitter of the West even Toledo's eminent "one-price" merchant tailor, and tbe friend alike of all in submitting the largest and most varied assortment of season goods at prices that defy all competi tion; while bringing sound, serviceable and stylish wearing apparel within the reach of even the most humble citizen. His Leviathan Store, 1C9 and 171 Summit street, ia now teeming with thousands and tens of thousands of the choicest season goods, unsurpassed for comfort, wear and economy, and adapted to men s youths' boys' and children's wear dur- ing the opproaching aevere season. We just quote a few items, which will convey ample assurance as to prices: Men1 id 50 to tlO; men's fine do, heavy winter coats, S3 50 overcoats, ti 50 to f 3 50; men's beaver do, 110 to $15. men's strong working pants, 1 2 to ?3; men's Sue cassimere pants, 13 50 to tS; boys' heavy suits, to to $10; boys' good overcoats, $2 75 to $7; children's suits, $2 50 to $7; chil- en, busin.ss.uit, , $13 to $2o; men s . to7; men .heavy white shirts $1, $1 50 to $2 50. They have also abundance of finest imported woolen goods for merchant tailoring, and retain th. services of two of the most eminent cutter, in tbe State. If any house in the TJnitod State, can give yon satisfaction, A" it and if any man', ability, integrity and enter prise merits the recognition of yourpatronage and confidence, verily that man is the famous Mabisy the -.friend of all, and the caterer for the million. Call and see him. dun's orercoiiU, ti to 16; undershirt, and "'""' wwk, boo menno uo, iau u tl 50: Cardigan iarknra CI tn 13: vnol half i ln . ... . . hose, 10c per pair or $ 1 per do..; Britnh half hoso use per pair, good overalls, 00c and 75a; THE FAMILY PICTURE. McKecknie & Thompson, Everywhere Embellishing Homes with Brilliant Works of Art. Unquestionably there is no adnrnroe:it to the household possessing greater interest, or that is more highly prized, than the faithful picture of ''loved ones at home." Whether it be the familiar face of a loving mother the more stern expression of a devoted father the amiable countenance of a little brother or sister, or yet the careworn patriarchal phiz of a defunct grandnire there is au affection encircling the artist's efforts with more than a magic spell. Nor does this tender snuae alone confine itself to the few of refined foeliugs, for nil, even to th9 roughest diamond from the mice of iuduatry "Know that ench breast contains a heart Tlml bi-atetti true to Home ono." - But, l.itu jrb, the coveted prize of a faithful picture of that "some one," or more, has been only the indulgence of the wealthy few, uuti recently, when the above eminent firm came nobly forward with abundant talent and sac rificed it at the shrine of philanthropy by of fering the im.st beautiful portraits almost life size in any stylo within the limited in come of almost the humblest iu circumstances, Samples of these lovely pictures faithful to a fault soft and yet sharp in effect have se cured the highest awards and strongest com mendations at several of the local agricultural gatherings this fall. Many persons from far distant points have sat for, and taken away with them, a "family picture" only to return a hasty request to have it duplicated, while Norwalk, Saudusky and even Fremont alike exult over tuesebrilliant gems. The latter city has been frequently visited by Mr. Thompson, aud ranuy of our citizens have made his personal acquaintance, resulting iu no fewer than a score of these beautiful family pictures being completed or under way for Fremont families. Mr. C. O. Thompson, aa a crayon, ink and oil artist, aud Mr. McKecknie as an accom plished photographer, are certainly alike an immense success, aud form a combination of talent, in their line, at once highly compli mentary to Toledo, and but rarely equalled in this or surrounding State.. The "family pic ture" is a novelty, and a specialty of which any firm have juat reasons to be proud it is large and peculiarly effective, while it adapted equally to any class of home. Mr. E. L. Cross aud Mr. McCullocii, of this city have usually specimens on view, and from them any further information may be ob tained or interviews with Mr. Thompson se cured. We may also remark, we believe it to be in contemplation by Messrs. McKecknie A Ihompson shortly to establish a portrait club. in view to maKing tne lamou. "family pic ture even .till more popular among the humbler classes. Of this we purpose hereaf ter Riving a detailed accouut. in the meantime wishing them unbounded success in their worthy effort.. Furs, the richest, neatest and most attrac tive in sets, for ladies and misses olegant for presents, and while charming to the eye also comforting to th. wearer, are now on offer at the most reasonable prices at Pad- DOCK'S, the famous Summit street hatter., Toledo. Also, a splendid line of new sealskin caps in every make and within the reach of everyone's means. If anyono ha. prepared for tbe winter trade it is surely Mr. Paddock we never saw a finer or more reasonable lot of goods. By no means fail to give a call at 125 Summit street none can serve yon better or cheaper. Oh! for strong, serviceable boot. over shoes, gaiter, and tho iiko. Now is the time to carefully prepare the understanding. against frost, rain. Blent and .now. Be wiae and secure the heat eo to the right place. where bargain, hjwhs await yon from whence you bring away bona fide value in goods at 100c to the dollar. Call on Johnson of 203 Summit st.ee t, Toledo, the bosa .hoe .tore, lie has jnst laid in a most splendid line of winter goods off era a magnificent as sortment to select from, and i. just the man to retain your trade should jou once patron ize him. The "Grand Central," Opera-house block, corner Monroe and St. Clair streets. Toledo, still take, the lead for the finest line of tea. in the West, while for fruit, fish, vege table, and seasonable delicacies no firm can 3 cometa with friend Psrsion. Bo .ure you I Kive him a call. Sa e Money end secure a pleasant face at home. Gentlemen, when you have businea. Toledo, call ut 217 Summit street, before you return aurl Neuhausel Bbos. will poi-1 sea. you of a splendid dresi for your wivos at I marvelous luw figure. Call. Corn City Yeast i .till growing in public furor; no family should be without it. It never fail, to pive satisfaction. Try it once and you'll use no other. Sold everywhere. Inquire of your grocer. "Fete Smlthers of the East aide, charac terized a. no ordinary basso, sang more melo diously then ever on Saturday last tbe bur- ... ui. .... ivluuk w m um ubukuidi. i.' jouy uie 10 nor, INDISPUTABLE EVIDENCE. ST ELMO,III,July 8,1874. Buffalo, N. Y.: I wish to add my testimony to the wonderful curative properties of your Alt Ext., or Ool deu Medical Discovery. I have taken great great intorest in this medicine since I first used it. I was badly amicted with dyspepsia, liver deranged and an almost perfect prostra tion of tho nervous system. So rapid and complete did tho Discovery effect a nerfect cure that it seemed more like magic and a perfect wonder to myself, aud since that time we have never been without a bottle of the Discovery aud Purgative Pellets in the house. They are a solid, sound family physician in the house and ready at ail times to flr to the relief of sickness without charge. We have never had a doctor in the house sinco we tirat began the use of your PelleU aud Discovery. I have recommended the use of those medi cines in several severe and complicated cases arming from, as I thought, au impure state of tbe blood, aud in no one case have thoy failed to more thau accomplish ail they are claimed to dn. I will ouly mention one as remarkable, (thouyh I could givtm you dczens). Henry Koster, furniture dealer, of this place, who was oue of the most pitiful objects ever seen his face swollen out of shape, scale and erup tious without eud, exteuuiug to his body, Which was completely covered with blotches and scales. Nothing that he took seemed to effect it a particle. I finally induced him to try a few bottles of the Golden Medical Dis oovory, with daily use of the Pellets, assuring him it would surely cure him. He commenced its use some six weeks since, taking two Pel lets each night for a week, then one each night, and the Discovery as directed. Tbe result ia, to-day his skin is perfectly smooth, auu lus scaiy eruptions are gone. He has ta ken some seven or eight bottles in aU, and considers himself cured. This ca-w had baffled the skill of our best rdivaieians. Mmsi-h Dunsford Jt Co., druggists, of this place, are selling largely ycur medicines and the de- maud steadily increases, and they give perfect HiMidvuua in every case. W. H. CHAMPLIN, Agt. Am. Exp. Co. JStw liJcerttatintnts. WANTED. CIX GOOD GIRLS for general honse work in kJ private families. Good wages. Apply iuime- uimeiy ai 13 Quminii airdei, l uleao, t!no. 45-48 O. A. KEYS A CO. AGENTS WANTED. FEW GOOD AQEXTS WANTED for our i nfw ricieriai I ompreheual vr Itlble, the most complete published. First edition of 1,(100 sold in 30 days. For teiritory and uuiiu write immediately to jiKUOKS, SUUIXKEI. CO., 247 Superior Street, Cleveland, O. 45-49 A NEW CHROMO FOR 1875. GODEl'S LADY'S BOOR ti-- . Will give to every subscriber, whether Single or In Clubs, who pays in Advance for is;. and remits 1 .30 to 1 .uO each for all good Iron-bound "EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS," W. E. COULTER, Proprietor, Freedom, Heaver Co., Pa. AGENTS WANTED! lHplomaAirardrd. ForHoujANs PICTORIAL BIBLES 130O Host ration. Adurexs for circulars A. J. H0LMAN II CO., 930 Arch Street, Pbila. aisurlLlIoiuY.fKOi VJI'H1 till ,".4 S'M I i aur aa oiuy. laoKiauim uiiuiM;&u.uKt.a. I 1 n,lirk'lli WU PrtcLltl,niillfo, llU.CCDU.I I? 4 Hmbi fitHMU without chim. tub I uim m.lmi,i Burrioas Co.. S37 Broadway, N.w York. $77 Siiu fur Met of papers and schedule of rates. AtldrcM NO. H PARK KOvV, SEW YORK. RerER to Eoitob or this Pafeo. FUBNITUKE The Beit! The Cheapest! and most Modern! always fonnd at C SMITH'S, Odd Fellow's Block, Front St., Fremont, 0. Not to be undersold or beaten In style or variety in tne city. SPEGIALSALE Is Closing Out his Entire Stock of DRY GOODS A.3srr At a Great Reduction in Prices at NO. 4 FRONT STREET, NEXT DOOR TO 1st NAT'L BANK FREMONT. OHIO. OYER XWEXTT TEAJtS 8TAXDIG! direct to this oillcc. a copy of "TH K KKV C I'E." the handsomest cliromo ever oiler ed by Terms $3 per an nam. For Circular, containing Philadelphia, Pa. Sell YOUT Old B&rTelS OLD BAKKELS BOUGHT. Will eive idc I barrels delivered at these works to le paid for in I il. Carbon aud biKh-le.t Burning Oils, anu a uricaiing una will oc soia ai tue low- HOI FOR MARYLAND! Cheap Farms 30-paje pamphlet f roe. Coun ty map, zu cenw. i. r . tamon, m. tt C O tf O A per day at home. T?rm free. Ad- 4J tn $.UuretjBlxo. Summon Ot Co., I'orLlnucJ, Maine. A WKfclK guaranteed to Male and Fe male Achilla, iu their locality. Coata NOTHING totrr it, Parth ulara Free. P. O. VICKEHY & CO., Augasta, ile. SCOTT'S LIVER PILLS are all th go, Becaaae the people like them so. most iimmim Terms of Adv e rtlng are offered for Newspapers lu the State of Watch Jsxelsrs and Silvsrsxitb, 137 Summit Street, Toledo. Special Agent for eTery gTarie of AMERICAN WALTIIAM WATCHES. lr Parties pnrchaninff here will not onlv find one of the largest Hbx-ks to select from out uf Cin cinnati, but may viicct a aavins ot at least 'M per cent. ANOTHER CHANCE FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT m sid or TUB PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY. POSTPONED TO November 30th, 1874. DRAWING CERTAIN AT THAT DATE LIST OF GIFTS t nvif rift i vTn n cu r.im ONE UKANI) CASH lilKl'""""! ONH tiltAXl) CASH GlrT...r.... ONE GKANU CASH (ilFT 6 CASH GIFTS !.imu each.. IU CASH GIFTS Iimhju each.. 15 CASH GIFTS WICAS1I GIFTS 25 CASH GIFTS 30 CASH Gl FTS 60 CASH GIFTS 100 CASH GIFTS S40CASH GIFTS 500 CASH GIF l'3 19,(ou CASU GIFTd ..2r0,OCO .. HH),(XO .. 7 ...CM 0 .- 50,(M)0 .ioo.iioo . I .,. M0 . IOO.OOO .100,00:1 . U,OOIt .100,000 . 100,500 . uo. oo . 50,000 0"o,ooo Total.20,000 Gifls.il! Cash, .mounting to $2,500,000 PRICZ OF tickets: Whole Tickets, $ CO 00 Halves, " Tenths, oreacn coupon, 6 00 Eleven Wbole 'licketstur vim 2)4 Ticket, for l.wu 00 for Tlcketa aud Information, atltlreea TUOS.E. UUAIT1LETTE, Aentaud Manager, Fublle Library BnUdlui.LoaUTlile.Kv. lii.uoo eai h... 5,000 each... 4,000 each... 3,(W0 each... i.tm each... 1,000 each... 5i each... I- each.... 30 each.... C. f flfl If f IP P P I Good Ferfect PRINTS, Fast Colors, 6 l-4c, worth 10c Another Great Crash in MY III! Goods Cheaper than Before the War! XF - m DH mi IT CD EEL Has just returned from Ncvr York, after an absence of lo days, and lias carefully selected bis supply of Fall and Winter Goods! Which has just arrived. For Woolen Goods, such as Blankets, Flannels, Shawls. Dress Goods, Mens' and Boys Clothing you can save 25 per cent, by coming to E emrich. Come before the selection is gone. AI k GO. Will sell their entire stock of RY SHAWLS, CLOAKS, Table Linen, Napkins, BLEACHED k UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, At Unusually Low Prices. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS IN BLACK 1 (T3 8 JOHN RYAN. N. W. BOX. 8 R. L AMEY. ,530,000 Worth of Property AT A SVCFiIFlGE. Wishing to go West, T offer eomt of th moat de sirable property in tutt county at OXE THIRD-LESS THAN ITS TALVE. Patieacontemplatiue bnylnira Farm or City Prnn- trlj should givo me a cull at uuce, for I am Donua u hcji. I offer to cell one Farm containing 1 aTe. at BraiKT's Station, on ttie L. E. fe L. K, K,, tlvt- mileB from the city. There i 76 acres of cxmI thn- uer, Dftiaucc unuer nirii cihuj 01 cuiuvauuii. inrye brick hfuiHC on the iarm with 7 room auil lara cellar, nice lare yarrl with tmit and omajneiiUd treea. Inrge trame ham wun siocK siietia, large pi utn with capacity for fattcuinif Vh hutl. a lurire horse barn aud corn crif, goud benriuif orchard with all kinds of fruit, lare wood house. The (urm i well adapted for grain or uc,k furin, m iwtterikul m itie county, rnce !i,vco, nan caati, balance on one two anu tnree yt-are. Alrjos Farm lying one and a half miles snnth- west of Gibsonburtf and two miles from Helena, both good mil mad towns on the T. T. tt Et li. H.f i nert are au acres ciearea anu nnuer zeiice anu u acres of good timber. There is a nice frame house witU a rooms, two comi wtus oi water, laive trrmn barn 75x4o ft-Lt, gool rxrarinijon hard with all kinds ut frail. The location of tins larm in a moft de sirable one. Pi i:e Half cash, balauce one, two anu three years. One house and lot on Conrt street in a very de sirable locution. The home had 7 room, good cistern and well, a large stable on lot. There is a good variety of fruit trees ou the lot. I oftVr this property at the very low price of $1,5"0, half cash, balance on ume. I alio offer for sale my rosldi-iice on the corner of XanohMtn uud Wood streets. It is oue of the mot. desirable locations lu the city. There ar thrte lots, well nlied with truit and ana ornamental trees, Laive frame housucofiLaiiiiug 10 rooms, with cel lar, also large brick summer kitchen, well and cis tern, stable and carriage house. The location of this property makes it one of the most desirable residences iu the city. Price l-'.oOO, half cash, bal ance ou time. Parties wishing to Inve&t aoney can find no bet ter opportunity. .BOA Lis, 40-44 j reniont, u. Nature's Great Remedy THROAT and LUNG - DISEASES!! ft Is th vital Drincinle of the Pin. Tn. ..I-A by a peculiar process in th distillation of th tar, br which iu highest medicinal properties an retained. Tmr srea in its crude state has been recommended by eminent physicians of tvrty school. It is confidently oliered to the afflicted for the following simple reasons: 1. ItCUKMS. mMbm&Attm l but by dissolving the phlegm and UstUlmf naturt lo throw off the unhealthy matter causing the irritation, ln cases of seated cowuriivrmw i i landers less burdensome the life of the afflicted sunerer . its healing principle sets upon the irritated sur. tace of the lunes. eiutratinr In mack t- t rciiering pain, and ruidumg ixjlammiuia. ' ZF ZZZ of affidavits could be produced from those who have lelt the beneficial effects of Pin. Taaa Tar Cokuial ... ...w num uiseases arising trom istruaiTia. o. TH. BLOOD. I4" fA77i:Vr'U" J"' triant mmd restarts hart's remedii Ike aitetite. All who have known or ti4srt TV Tne u.'u. I remedies rtauirw no rrmrM ftfim ... k. ., ,k. name of thouiands cured bv them oa he Vivrn to anjr one who douLu our staicment. Dr. L. Q. C """" Oreit Ammca Dyspepsia Pills amd Wokm SUGA. DROPS have never been wmullea For aaiebyallDrugeiaiaaiidStorekewpeia, and al Er. L. Q. C. 7nsSA273 CSse, fW-J(PU' .f"VI', " f'1 II Dr Shsro'pSpeclfi.-cnrea Dyspepsia. LiverOom- iiit I'onatlnatioD. Viimitlne of rood. Sour Stomach, Vat'?r Itraah, Heartoum, Low Spirits, Ac. In thirly-gre years never railing; to cure uie mostotatinatecaae. Sold by druifista generally. K. McCnxocH, Aeut for r'remtiit. Dejt, 144 Klifliib bt., N. Y. CirvuhuTU mailed ouapplication. FOR SALE. w!ni-hnml. thoiili quite suud 3Z- to nr one frcih. Apply at the "DoiueBtic" Ijewiug Marhluc AiaMCj Om,o,Cqraer , COITWAY'S St. Vincent Restaurant On the European Plan. Keep constant! on hand The llent tbe market Affarda. OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES, GAME, 4c. LODGING AND HEALS AT ALL IIOVR9. 201 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. Toledo Platinor Works, No. 216 Summit St., Toledo, O. ALL KINDS Gold and Silver Plating Done. SEW WAKE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, rariicutar attention paid to Rep!atii;j amJRepairing of Old Ware. ALL WOKK WABKANTED. 38-3. T. J. 1111.L8, urt. GRUBER L GROSH, Mauufactnrers, AjTti and Importer, of Table k Pocket Cutlery KAZ0K3, SIIEAE3, SCISSORS, 4o, 32 Monroe St., near Summit, Toledo, 0. SIGX OF THE LARGE PK.V KXIFE. i.r Country order, rseelv. prompt attc.tlon. - Toledo Artificial Marble Works FURNITURE TOFS! WAINSCOTING, BASL C0ARDS, General Decorations for Walls and Floors, CAMI'IJKLL'S BLOCK. Corner t Clair and Jefferson Sts., T. S. BRIDG1IAN & CO., Prop's. GROCERY and STORE . H. UNDERHILL Having determined on doing an exclnsfvelr 1 i KA DY-PAY 1 1 1 IS 1 N Ha. Illled his establishment with CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES! Whlehhc Is selllne at bottom price., n.i- . all housekeeperr to try them. If they Woniri money, lie makea specialty of FRUITS & PROVISIONS, andalway. has the bet of the season. He pay. The Highest Price for Good Butter and invite, farmers who have a pond .rtlcie to five him . call. And those wishing to purchase GOOD, FRESB, SAVTET BUTTER, will alwar And It at hi. store. In fact he keep, everything in the provision and Grocery Trade, of the beet, aull. at the lowest prices, and deliver, good, any where in Uie city free. 'all and ee him. H. UNDEiSHiLL.