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On April lit we commence reduoing onr immenie itook of Dry Goods, and will continue tile tale nntil the entire stock is closed oat say which we will demonstrate to yon on oar counter. Onrstocknowis verylargeand wellaasorted, and we are Bellini? roods at very low prices. This is no humbug We mean innf ,!,. We would say to all, give ns an early oall while tho stock Is fall and well assorted. We are also closing onr boots. All having accounts with us please call and settle. GAIiVlN & CO f REDUCING STOCK THE - JOURNAL. T EEMONT 8AHDUSKY CO., OHIO FRIDAY, November 13, 1S74. Towxixd Coesty Matters. Readables. Keep a sharp lookout for tramps. A few days of pleasant weather last week. Buckwheat cakes and lasses are staple pro ducts. . , ' ' The Van Wert Bulletin is now printed by The Courier wants a free reading-room for Findlay.. -". Work is rjrogresauig finely oa the Bowling Green Railroad. Freight business is rapidly increasingon the Lake Shore road. Bellerue is making an effort to form a hook ad ladder eempany. Dogs are playing havoc among the valuable sheep of Erie County. Foster, of the Tan Wert Bulletin, cut off one of his fingers recently. Goal oil has been discovered at a depth of 11 feet, two miles west of Tiffin. Much damage has been done by forest fires ' between Gihsonhurg and Toledo. The Ottawa County Reporter has been en Urged to an eight-column paper. Only one "pound" of fish was brought into Sandusky on Sunday, the 1st inst. "Go and reat a hall" is the latest answer to tboM who have a great deal to say. Mr. V. A. Shankland, of Bellevue, made $10,000 off his peach orchard this year. The Messenger's big rooster has been out done by the Hamilton Guidon's elephant Tfa American Express Company run on the B., P. and C B. B. as far west as Albion. A sew station has been located on the L. E. and L. B. B. between Lima and Buckland. The new Odd Fellows' Hall, at Dover, i Lorain County, was dedicated on the 29th. Charles Beide, a drayman, of Sandusky, has been missing from his home for two weeks. The late high winds of a few weeks past have interrupted pound fishing on the lake, The Defiance Hydraulic Cement Company has been organized with a capital of 100,000. A semi-centennial meeting will be held by ,the. Baptists of Ohio at Zanesville, nest year. Commission houses for the sale of tickets of the L. 8. and M. S. B. B, have been abol ished. Beer has been sold two glasses for five cents in Woodville during the war and the hard times. The ladies of Bellevue have organised an association to establish a reading-room in that Mr. John Shaw, living near Green Spring', had about (9 stolen from his house by a tramp recently. Delphos has 1 800,000 invested in different manufacturing establishments, and prospers accordingly. Mr. L. F. Bender, who resides three miles from Tifin, was terribly bitten by a boar on on the id inst . The little daughter of Mayor Dickinson, ' was severely injured by falling down stairs. B is recovering. The candle and soap factory of M. Wert & Co., Cincinnati, were burned on the Cth inst Loos about 200,000. Patrick Horn was thrown out of a delivery wagon in Bellevue last week and severely in- jrdbOBt the head. Mrs. Bogert, of Sandusky, whose accidental shooting by her husband we noticed last week, died on the 2Glh. A loon was recently captured on the lake at Fort Clinton by soma fishermen. They are getting to be a rare bird. i . . - .... a us new Asnianq, ltmet building was blown down by a high wind on the 29th ult. Loss from 14,000 to 5,000. A fine, healthy eight-day old boy was left on the door step of the residence of Milton Craig, at Lima, on the 1st bosak thieves are plenty nowadays, and it is well to look Out for them and keep doors and windows well fastened. Through a mistake, the outside of our last week's issus was dated December 6, instead of November 6. Election did it. A farmer while husking corn near Perrvs- burg, was shot by a boy who was hunting quail, and his recovery is doubtful. Eight stables were burned at Bucyrus on the morning of the 6th. It is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. Cars will be run on the Bowling Green road by the 1st of December, it is said, and then the denizens of that place will rejoice. The Northwestern Medical Association will hold its next session at Kenton, on Wednes day and Thursday, December 2 and 3. . It is claimed that Clark Waggoner, of the Toledo Commercial, was the original Uriah Heep in Dicken's "David Copperfield." The editor of the Bloom ville Enterprise has his hands full with a weekly paper, a panor ama and a brand-new wife to attend to. On Monday of last week, Mr. John Neikirk, living six miles south of Clyde, was gored by a mad bull, annd his leg severely injured. Joeeph Kearns, a brakeman, was killed by the cars at Bryan on the 30th ult The de ceased lived at Flat Bock, Seneca County, O. Simeon Brinkerhoff, of Fort Scott, Kansas, Police Judgs of that city, visited with his brother, Dr. D. II. Brinkerhoff, of this city, last week. A two-year old son of Mr. Ent, of Tiffin, was burned to death on the afternoon of the 2d inst. His clothes took fire from a burning straw pile. A son of Wm. Poorman, living near this city, fell from a tree and broke both arms above the wrists, one day last week. He is is doing well. t Epbraim Porter, an old resident of Adams township, Seneca County, died on the 29th nit He had been a resident of Adams town ship since 1836. There were three weddings in Bellevue on Wednesday evening of last week. One of the couples was divorced within an hour. So says the Gazette. Lima has thirty manufacturing establish ments which employ about 1,000 men, and an other will soon be in operation which will employ about 600. Mr. J. D. Cooke, Chief Engineer of the To ledo Water-works, is preparing drawings, plans and estimates for a system of water works at Sandusky. Mr. G. S. Owen, of Catawba Island, Otta wa County, Ohio, who has thirty acres of vineyard, sold his crop to Mr. Schraidt, of Put-in Bay, for 3,000. A fiat car on the C. S. and C. B. TL. loaded with cedar poles, caught fire when about a half mile north of Tiffin, on Tuesday of last week and was destroyed. A swindler named L. S. Lakin, and claim ing to be a Mason, is on the rounds. Look out for him. . He is about GO years old, and 5 fact 7 or 8 inches in highth. , The residence of Jacob Shaibly, near Elyria,' was destroyed by fire on the 29th. The fire burned so rapidly that but few of the household goods were saved. The body of a small babe was found buried In one of the fair ground stables, at Plymouth, a law days ago by a workman. No clue to its parentage has yet been discovered. On Monday night, of lust week, burglars ntered the dry goods store of D. E. Hark nesa, at Clyde, and took goods amounting to 200. . There is no clue to the burglars. We learn from exchanges that Mr. Clemens, the out-door preacher, has been admitted to the bar. If he follows both vocations he will have abundant employment for his tongue. D. 8. Fisher, recently of the Lima Demo crat, has purchased the Kenton Democrat, and will take charge January 1, 1S75. We are glad to welcome you back to the ranks, David. Mr. Shubal Martindale, of Bowling Green, was accidentally thrown against a billiard , table in scuffling, on the 4th inst, in the bil liard saloon of the Lease House, and instantly killed. John King, living near Betta ville. Seneca : County, had two fine horses taken front his ; stables oa the night of the Sd. Ha recovered the horses at Kansas Station, but the thieves soaped. Frank Knight, a brakeman on the Toledo,, Tifiin and Eastern Railroad, while coupling ears on the 6th inst, at Mansfield,, was knocked down and run over by the cars. He i fiiedsoon after.. . A cars oa the farm of Henry B. Kurtz, oa Limestone Bidge, has been explored and the remains of several human beings (supposed to a by for iu give in and saw pair will one. the large The one and result long. ket to-wit, from are the to of and the rank and coal Lynch ensue be One firm have and ment last nil, the Ue ties, one oall agara ing iron X are Mr. most will old have been Indians), found, together with stone knives and axes. We are looking forward hopefully to the time when our farmer friends sell their pork this year. The price is "up," and they will certainly feel enough richer when they sell to call in and settle. The editors of the W van dot Tnton and Tiffin Trtbunt are twitting each other about their big feet and ears. No matter about the feet, boys the ears tell the story, and yon are both well provided. We Ieam from the Clyde Independent that on Thursday night of last week the carriage shop of D. H. Bichey, and the blacksmith shop of West & Arlan, were entirely con sumed by firs. The loes is over 1,200. The editor of the Bowling Green Sentinel wants to swap shops because several of onr good-natured farmer friends have presented us with a lot of mammoth potatoes. We don't believe we should like the soil in that vicinity. J. P. McArdle, a veteran printer and book binder, died on the 26th ult at Republic, Sen. eca County, in the ninetieth year of his age. M. McArdle will be remembered as having been engaged in book-binding in Fremont aoms years ago. Professor Biggar, of Cleveland, removed a kernel of coffee from the wind-pipe of a five- year old son of Mr. Squires, of Monroe ville, which had been lodged there for four months. It was an important surgical operation, and was successfully performed. Nearly every exchange ws receive has ac counts of woods fires in their section. The fires have become general in all parts of the State, and great damage has been caused by them. The long stretch of dry weather has been favorable for them, and nntil we have rain we can not look for any change A heavily loaded passenger train on the Lake Shore road collided with the caboose of a freight train on a high bridge at Elyria, on last Friday morning, but luckily not causing any loss of life. The freight cars were con siderabl y jammed, but none thrown from the track. A green hand giving the signals was the cause. A combination of railroads centering in Chicago, has been formed against the Balti more, Pittsburg and Chicago Railroad because it will not join them in the alliance. The combination have ordered that arbitrary rates be charged on all through freights consigned to them from that road, and sell no tickets or check baggage over that line. The Ottawa County Reporter, of last week, says that on Sunday, during the prevalence of high gale from the north the fires threaten ed Graytown, Elliston and Martin so much that a telegram was sent to Port Clinton, to Mr. Lutx, of the working train, to get all the men he could and go to the assistance of the large force already at work. In a few hours the fire was under control and the three towns were out of danger. The Lake Shore road lost from 1,200 to 1,600 cords of seasoned wood the fire. We notice quite an attractive story and a half residence has gone np in Bloomingdale, Mr. Gillett and is just receiving the "fin ishing touch." George Gurst having retired from his position as Auditor, after a five years' term, will have abundaut time on his hands to per form the duties of 'city dad.' Bargains. The most astounding bargains dry goods, cutlery, furnishing goods, boots, shoes, hats, caps, jewelry, fcc., are being daily offered at SI Front street Call. N ow is the time to build, and now is the time to secure the finest glazed sashes for that purpose. Sena to 4 . Marshall, sc. uiair street, Toledo, and he will surprise you. Last week "fortune's sun" shone on the happy visage of Morris Deneen, in the Second Ward, when he took Bhelter under the grati- J tying oonsolation of its being a daughter. About ten months ago, we printed some for a masquerade ball. Aint it about time for one of the committee who was in trusted with the money to come round and settle np? State street is still undergoing great Im provement in front of the Irish Catholic ChapeL The wide walk when completed will the street an appearance second to none the city. Call at SI Front street, Fremont A. H: Jackson, the famous auctioneer, invites you, will give yon such bargains yon never the equals of. He has everything from a of boots to a breast pin. 217 Summit street, Toledo, is where ladies find the finest line of new beavers for la dies' sacks prices within the means of every Neuhausel En 8 have the choicest display of new fall goods in the city. In the Post-office there is a sale bill hung to view, in which there reads "2 dorses," for 2 horses. Several reading it hurriedly, have taken it for two donkies, and one country ad mirer of poultry construed it into 2 dorkins. Frank Gelbel was duly inducted Into office of Auditor of the county, on Mon day last, and as duly 'set up' the oysters for a company at Schmidt's, on Croghan st company did full justice to the occasion. Bait is said to be supplied to traders and Grangers attending Fremont market, both at price. Middle men don t seem to like it, "whisper a sequal" that may probably in competition of a lively character ere Very little wheat is coming into the mar and the price still keeps nnder a dollar 98c Old corn is worth C5o and new 4")C to 50c, with a good demand. Oats quoted 45c for whito and Ha for black. Cloverseed 5 30. Many of our readers, while traveling by can, may have noticed a very handsome steeple, of soma 120 feet, just sdded to the M. Uburcn, at juniors, it is the work of Fremont tradesman. Mr. Foster, and a credit his competency. ... Organs and Melodeons. We invite attention to the card of Geo. A. Prince & Co. Buffalo, N. Y, manufacturers of Organs Melodeons. This is ths oldest house in country in its line, and their instruments among the very beet Borne rowdies on Monday night dislodged rolled into the street a large barrel of oil, which stood in front of Johnny s grocery, on Croghan street. If such' conduct is repeated uncomfortable results will to the perpetrators, as they happen to known. by for It the but at as ter The had ths this and only the 1876: t the but for will 1S74; Head Wolcott Bros' real estate sales and exchange list in another .column. This evidently means business, their business engagements increasing daily. They several special good bargains on hand, it will pay well to read their advertise regularly. Those six "innocents" convicted at the term of court to several years of imprison ment, were conveyed by Sheriff Coonrad, by on Tuesday morning, to Columbus. They seemed In excellent spirits notwithstanding manacles they wore suggested melancholy prospects of the future. Preston, of the GmD Central, Opera- block, Toledo, is the place to secure the fruit, fish, and seasonable delicacies. is constantly receiving immense quanti and sells the finest in the market. No visiting Toledo should fail ts give him a to secure a treat to bring home. We notice that D. L. June fc Son have just erected a very fine derrick at their stone quarry, capable of raisisg over six tons. The object of it is to work their new strata, or Ni group of limestone, so named from be a stone extensively found around Kiagara Our City Council hava a good thing nnder consideration at present, that of providing foot plates for the sidewalk crossings. wo oi mem, manufactured by June A Co., already in place on Front street, opposite Garvin's store. They look well are of a substantial and durable character, and certainly be a great improvement on ths wooden croeaings, to which we hava so frequently had U refer to as "man traps." to our by ness. vera very mont Ida Van John ered our Wm. Rosa's noted piano is the finest instru ment in the market is replete with every modern improvement is cheap, and supplied on the best of terms and is unquestionably alike adapted to every class of homes. not think of buying till yon have written to or called on Mr. Bosa. Aground. The schooner N. C. West, owned by N. C. West, of this city, went aground, we learn, on Long Point, during the prevailing fog on Monday. She was bound from Buffalo to Cleveland with a cargo of stone. Many other vessels are similarly plaoed la the earns vicinity. On Tuesday, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Thos. Amsden, by the Bev. Mr. Chittenden, Miss Emma Amsden was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Chas. Cullen, of Delta. The happy pair left the sama evening for Michigan, and, ws believe, will ultimately settle down at Delta. The indefatigable "Mat," of the East Side, on Monday evening discovered a suspicions stranger prowling around the premises of Mr. Bechor, and conveyed him to tha "bird cage." The Mayor, next morning, gave him just thir ty minutes to muse over the propriety of adopting Greeley's famous advice to "Go West." Tim. Bush's famous racer, "Nelly Bush." but week came out victorious in Indiana, where she competed against ths leading horses in this and adjoining States for a purse of 200. The running was splendid 'Modoc taking the second money. Nelly has now done for the season, having won considerably over 1,000. The club houses on Harris Po Int and Win- on's Point, are at present more than thronged with sportsmen from all quarters, and ducks are being slaughtered by the hundred, though the extreme mildness of the season is much against success. One sportsman assures us. though it is November, there are hundreds of mosquitos flying about "to annoy and devour one. Martin Bruner has temporarily changed his hand from the heavy work of building ponderous hay presses, and is applying hi inventive genius - to the construction of novel, delicate velocipede. It was tried last week, and acted nobly on the level, but wants more steam to ascend hills. It is undergoing improvements, and will probably soon be again on oar streets. Tea being the staple commodity in the household, be careful to get the best and really, for the price, nothing can excel Pbes- tok'b celebrated green, black or mixed at 1 found, only, in its purity and matchless strength, at the "Gbakd Ckhtbal," Opera- house Block, corner Monroe and St Clair sts, Toledo. Mr. Pbebton is unsurpassed in the State for a fine line ef groceries. While on our rounds, on the East Side last Tuesday, ws dropped into Messrs. Schwartz Brothers new workshop, where we found several men very busy manufacturing furniture in quarters very commodious and comfortable. The Sch warts boys evidently mean business, and we are pleased to observe them so energetic and prosperous. - Sentenced. On Saturday last Judge Finefrock pronounced sentences npon the fol lowing: Oscar Aldrich, rape, 1 years to hard labor in Penitentiary. Ira Smith and .John Zeigler, for horse stealing, etc., 3 years; Hngles, for burglary at Woodville, 2 years; Smith and Morain, burglary, at Gibson burg 1 year each. They are now on duty at Columbus. The very handsome residence being built Mr. Foster, of this city; for Mr. Chester Persine, between here and Clyde, is almost finished and presents a most imposing appear ance- The plasterers and painters are now at work and the honse will probably be ready occupancy about the 20th of next month. presents quite a flattering compliment to ability of Mr. Foster. Good butter is by no means too plentiful, inferior qualities come in briskly the market pries being about 25c, while eggs are scarce, and by no means safe to speculate in 16c Farmers will find Fremont market a rule, the best in the district for good but and real fresh eggs, but our traders are growing mighty particular in their invest ments, while money is so scarce. Energetic exertions to prepare Croghan street for the present winter are being made. sewer is completed, and we believe all the catch-basins are bnilt, while teams are still engaged leveling np irregular parts. Quite a number of private residences have already connecting drains laid from their lots, and weather fortunately favoring operations, others have men still engaged at the same work. There is no mistake, when completed, street will be a credit to Fremont . Talmage's Paper. The Christian .. at Work (New Tork) ranks with the best of the religious weeklies. Dr. Talmage is its active editor, and his sermons are published excln-1 sively in its columns. The terms, 3 25 per annum, cover everything, including postage delivery of the new premium, a "Port folio of Twelve Gems," or a copy f Land seer's "Twins." Without the premium it is 3 per annum, postage prepaid, as above. Agents will find this a success. 46-47 The following gentlemen compose the sub- I committee of this Congressional District to I procure and forward articles for exhibition at Centennial celebration at Philadelphia, in I Sandusky county General B. P. Boskland, I remonr. Huron county John Gardiner, Norwalk. Seneca county Hon. Warren P. Noble, I Tiffin. Hancock county Hon. M. C. Whitelv. - i rinmay. x.no county u. v. ileecn, Sandusky. if Ten Thousand People. There are more than ten thousand people in I United States who expect to be the happy I possessors of the first grand prize in the Ken tucky Gift Concert of 250,000. All of them one will be disappointed. One will get it, I Governor Bramlette, the manager, at I Louisville, has announced that the Concert positively take place on November 30, that there will be no farther postpone-1 ment and if our readers want to know morel about it, write to him. We regret it did not transpire agreeably our recently expressed anticipations, that respected citizen, Mr. Stausmyer, would this have resumed attendance to bis busi Mr. S. had passed through a very i attack of typhoid fever, and when slowly recovering was thrown back by taking a cold, which resulted in chills. We are pleased to learn, however, that though still weak, he is steadily recovering, and it is possible, by the end of next week his many customers and friends may once more w el- comely greet the return of his genial coun tenance behind the counter. List of Lette ra remaining in the Fre Pcstoffice uncalled for Nov. 12, 1871. Emma Baitsell, Allie Baumes, John Cory. Clary Calb, A. Clark, Mandy Cltnfenter, Levy roni, Aauie lcaes, jacoD jace, J una A. nic Donnall, Martin MeUovern. Wm. B. McKee. O. Michael, O. Obermyer, John Paulovie, C'haa. Phelps, Oliver Baymond, Ellia Bopp, Mary J. liowlaml, Geo. H. Russell, Sam. Schenck, Frank Stang, Jas. Stuppel, Caroline camp, lizzie weaver, Auirust Wenke, won, JJeboraa white, Caroline E. White. Held for Postage Mrs. 8. Eintr. Clvde. O.: Jerry Maher, Cleveland, O.; Byron Miller, .enaernooK, Mien. On reference to our note-book we discov an omission in our not having given the following verdicts in civil causes decided at last Court of Common Pleas: Agnes Jones vs D. O. Jones, divorce, decree granted; Johanna Keefe vs Edmond Eeefe, divorce, de cree granted; Daniel Earl vs Catherine Earl, divorce, decree granted; Mary Burkett Burkett, divorce, decree granted; Bene dict Enoch vs Jonas Kiel, jury trial for money, verdict for plaintiff 1131 21; C. T. Moore, administrator, vs. W. & A. H. Bice, money and mortage foreclosure, the jury dis agreed' Martin Pnrdy vs Thos. Granger, money only, verdict for plaintiff 1314. the of has left go. -Without Do An Individual in a neighboring town down in his office, a few evenings ago, to a quiet smoke. He enjoyed the aroma of fragrant tobacco, closed his eyes and about getting aboard the train for an excur sion to dreamland, when his purposes were interrupted by a volcanic eruption from bowl of his ripe, and the sparks fell in show ers npon his head and face, but especially his nose. There was a lively scene there for few minutes, and then lotions and cooling lin iments were applied to the unfortunate pro boscis. The victim is now quietly hunting np the fellow who put a charge of powder in his smoke pipe; while the perpetrator of the joke has had ths seat of his pants lined with sols leather as charm to prevent aocident It is rather uncomfortable now to ask, "What is the matter with yer nose?" Died. On Thursday, the 8th inst,, Mrs. Catharine Koons, widow of the late John Koons, in the 76th year of her age. Mrs. Koons, formerly Miss Catharine Over- meyer, was born in Pennsylvania in 1799, and in 1817 was married to Mr. John Koons. In 1834 they removed to Ohio, settling in this county near ths Four-mile House, in 1834, where they resided up till the time of their deaths. Their family consisted of three girls and four boys, the oldest girl dying in infan cy. The other daughters married two broth' era, John and Jonas Henrietta, and reside in Henry County. Samuel, the oldest son, re sides upon the old homestead, and John, the other son, has become one of oar popu lar tradesmen. The old people were of the race of pioneers, which is rapidly passing away. Deceased was a consistent member of the Lutheran Church. The interment took place at the Four-mile burying-ground, Bev, H. Lang officiating. The following is a specimen of the shrewd' neas and general acateneas of Judge Willmer. The Courier of last week says: "The Journal had out its flag yesterday, out of joy over the defeat of Oswald Otten- aorrer, lor Mayor of New York. We have always believed Balsloy favored the Know- comings." Wasn't there some other German defeated, somewhere? It is possible that our brother could only discover one German's defeat for us to rejoice over? Bah! such torn-foolery as the above specimen exhibits, is a worthy em- enauon from editor of such exhaustive caliber as the Judge. He has a nose for dis covering s "nigger in a wood pile." "Best perturbed spirit, rest," we only rejoiced that the people, in their mad folly, had good sense enough left to defeat Ben Butler. How re lieved our brother will feel when he learns the truth about the matter. Visions of spooks and hobgobblins will vanish, and he will dis cover that there is nothing like a German Duke after all, for lucidity. Peterson's Magazine for December, a magnificent number, is before us, fully vindicating Its claim to be "the best and cheapest" It has twe superb steel plates, a mammoth colored fash- Ion plate, aad a Berlin pattern In colers that is alone worth the price of the number. 'Peterson'' gets better and better; and always keeps its prom ises. It contains, every year, 14 steel plates, It Berlin patterns, 24 pages of music, 800 wood en gravings, and more than 100 original stories; and all tliisfor only two dcllars, and th postage prepaid by the publisher. Its writers are the very beet its Illustrations always of rare beauty, and Its fashions the prettiest, latest, and most reliable. Eton ladv ought to take "Peterson." To clnbs the prices are astonishingly low, viz: three copies for H.80, (post age pre-paid by the publisher,) with a superb mez zotint jii incnes by WasHraoToH's Fibst In terview with His Wire" to the person getting up the club; or five copies for S.50, (postage also pre-paid,) and both an extra copy and the premium engraving to the person getting np the club. For large clubs the price are even lower. Specimens of the Magazine are sent gratis, if written for, to get up clnbs with. On all subscription for 1S75 the publisher pre-pays tlis postage. Address Chabixs 3. Petzbbon, 806 Chestnut Street, Phil adelphia, Fa. Forest Tires. Wood County has suffered severely from forest fires, and along the line of the Atlaniio and Lake Erie railroad, where 3,000 oak and ash ties had been piled, they were all consumed. Along the line of the Lake Erie and Louisville Bsilway, a great many pieces of woods have been burned over, and at Fostoria considerable apprehensions were felt for the safety of the town. In Sen eca County ths fires have been mainly con fined to swamps, and near Bloomvillo were so fierce that danger to the town was appre hended. Near Plymouth, in Huron County, the 'Pigeon Boost' has bean burned over, and the cranberry marshes likewise, while the woods in many places were burning. Much timber has been destroyed in Hancock Coun ty, and extensive fires have prevailed near Port Clinton, in Ottawa County, and also near Oenoa and Elmers. In the 'Big Woods' of Henry County, the fire has been lieroe and ex tensive, and has driven many deer out of the woods. Putnam County also has suffered much damage. In this county, but little comparative less has been occasioned, but in Washington township, aad in Madison, con siderable loss nas occurred, in many cases, not all, these fires can be traoed to the care lessness of hunters, and we should have a more stringent law in regard to such trespassers. tjcnooi Keport. The following is a re port ot the enrollment, attendance, fcc., upon the public schools of the city for the month of October: C r. a j: r1 ts n a c -5 3 2 e'5-3 S t)se et'K S3 do 3 2. o 5B 2.2.B ,H o E9S!' C M 2. n era o o 5 : o: 1 1 t-iwSS goac xcoSSS'JO twero go -ok 0 or tO (0 0 to 0 to o to to P (0 to . , .' i I 3oavpasi w to & S ) w iwaxsmtiiigigtsin bmmmmmmaiaiixmt' 5 b5- " -" " So PgK P' r2 & g & 3 S3 OS E3 09 cr The total enrollment, 76'i, is &3 greater than for corresponding month last rear.and the average daily attendance, GG3, is 74 greater. The number tardiness, 2S6, Is Tl less than the same month year. W. W. ROSS, Supt. G A "Canada Jack" again Victorious. our last we referred to the above horee contesting wity Dolly Varden, in a trot on our fair grounds, when Jack came off the winner. The owner of Daily, not satisfied with the re sult, pitted her fer f aO, resolved to prove she was not to be beaten. To this end a meeting was arranged for Tuesday, when the two again came to time on the fair ground, nnder most favorable auspices. Canada Jack, the property of Mr. Chan Norton, is a small horse, a capital pacer, with a record of 2:10, while Dolly Yarden is a noted trotter, and got over a mile in 2:28; she is owned by Mr. L. Croft, residing at the west end of town. For the occasion in question Mr. J. L. Greene, jr., Geo. Cooper, of Fremont, and S. Biker, of Clyde, were selected judges, while some 100 to 200 persons assembled on the ground. At 3 o'clock the hones got away in style, and being fresh, Jack soon left his feet, when the mare took the lead and came in winner. In the second heat Jack began to feel more at home, settled down to business, and cams in about half a length ahead. Third heat both horses got off well, but Jack again his feet, and the mare got two lengths ahead. But Jack recovered, pulled np well, on the home stretch ths two were abreast, though only for a short distance, when Jack took the lead again, winning the heat by half a length, amid ths greatest en thusiasm. The fourth heat being called, it reported that the mars had got "the thumps," and her owner declined to let her Canada Jack cams to tha scratch and made a splendid run of half mile in 1:19 3-4, a break, when the judges gave him B sat have his was the a the heat and the race. The supporters of Dolly claimed to have the remaining heats deferred till another time, in consequence of the mare being sick, but the suggestion was overruled, and the decision of the judges ad hered to. Dolly has unquestionably done some excellent trotting in her time, and when steady at work gave evidence, of fine speed, but we think she had not been judiciously prepared for this contest, while Canada Jack afforded evidence of being ready for business. Jack is a fine goer, and it will take more than an ordinary fast horse to leave him behind. "How Johnny Came Riding Home." A certain laddie of oar city popular as he is genial resolved to indulge a country drive, and obtaining the scquiesencs of his better half, obtained a nobby livery rig, in which the two, with their happy offspring, were duly ensconsed when away they went, re solved to visit a whole-souled friend, six miles out of town, in ths neighborhood of Hess- ville. Here the animal was duly cared for, while the 'good folks' fraternized, nntil re minded by the shades of darkness that 'ths best of friends must part,' and onr laddie went out and harnessed np, while 'the folks' prepared for the home trip. The party again mounted, and the usual good-by,' 'come again' and "pleasant journey home,' having passed, the 'livery propellor' glided Blowly away. With measured step the poor brute evidenced symptoms of increasing reluctance to respond to all promptings, and the laddie began to fear all was not right. Not being very highly versed in natural history, and less experienced in the peculiarities of 'hosses,' he puzzled his brain to corns at the reason for the miserable dragging or jogging along at four miles an hour. Could the horse be lame over fed stone in its foot had it a sore shoulder was it fooling him? Two miles of ths road being got over, fca stopped the animal, made a rigid examination, and again mounted to resume command of the lines But the poor brute still showed evidence of reluctance or declining strength. What could be the matter? Ha had it 'that horse has got the colic,' said he, and visions of replacing the loss, should it die while in his care, and the horror of walking tho remainder of the road, induced him to go back the two miles, call np his friend obtain a lantern, and the two, In solemn conclave, discussed the best remedies they ever heard or read of for colic. Bran mesh whisky drench turpentine ap plications and other restoratives were de cided npon; and now his friend proceeded to take the horse out, that it might be cared for properly in the stable; when lol he found the bieeching straps so tight the animal could not possibly stride. This being properly ad' justea, our laaaie came nying noma with a light heart, but laying all the blame to tho powerful effect of Bailing's institution npon the atmosphere. "How Johnny Came Riding Home." A THOROUGHLY APPOINTED AND FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. The "St Charles," of Norwalk, O. In leading cities we naturally look for ho tels of the highest order efficiently conduc ted and affording accommodations to per fection. But not unfrequently do we farther discover, without looking for it, how essential is an aristocratic tariff, with the customary "extras" to the support of so great a luxury. Hence, with what satisfaction do we hail, in smaller towns, the full privileges above de scribed when discovered within the respec tive means of "one and alL" And most as suredly such will be the invariable experience of those visiting the prosperous .city of Nor walk, if they only take the pains to acquaint themselves with that excellently conducted commercial establishment popularly known of THE "ST. CHARLES" HOTEL. object our present remarks being more particularly to attest, from personal ob servation, to the institution as it is now run, in the interests of the traveling community, we will not dwell on its past history beyond the incoming of the present able and gentle manly proprietor, MR. J. P. PANCOST. Having for some years been associated in the conduct of the famous 'Forest City House,' Cleveland, on the 1st of June last Mr Pan cost completed negotiations with the former incumbents Messrs. Newman ane Sheppard and forthwith succeeded to the business. With his accustomed energy and enterprise, he lost no time in having the entire house over hauled joiners, painters, paper hangers, and others being freely engaged until the entire internal permanent decorations were completed, when the artizans were succeeded by upholsterers and the introduction of a large and valuable addition of modern furni ture. The 45 rooms, which the house boasts, each alike received the best attention, until they now present the most ' attractive, con venient and comfortable appearance it is pos sible to conceive. The suites of rooms are furnished elegantly, the sleeping apartments being the "pink of neatness" and admirably arranged. The dining hall is spacious, high and airy, while the office department, sup plied with local aad daily papers etc., is very commodious and pleasant. Mr. Pancest is constantly on hand diligent in the interests of his patrons and affords most communica tive and genial society being supported by a competent clerk and efficient staff of willing and attentive assistants. As we have said,the house is remarkable also for its moderate charges tl 50, $2 00, and f 2 50 per day an omnibus meeting and returning from each train. We have, in the course of our profes sional career, had occasion to call at many hotels, and feel no hesitation in classing the St. Chabi.es among the very best Of them and its excellent proprietor among our most respected and worthy acquaintances. is and a F. best the Kid and a Real Estate Transfers furnished by James : William H Gibson to James Smeariage, lot 118 village of Uibsonburg, . $100 Hannah Morgan to Joseph Steiuly, in- lot 85 and one half of lot 81, city of Fremont, 1,600 Charles Began to Jeremiah Curran, 03 acres, sections 11 and 17, Townsend, 6,000 Thomas D Stevenson to Jeremiah Baker lots 199 and 200, Uibsonburg, 210 Jeremiah Baker to Reuben Benton, lot 155, Uibsonburg, 710 W Preston to Mary Jane Welliver, west part ot lots oas ana 099, Ulyde. 2U0 John F Homan to Adam Hodes, north part ot lots 1295 and 1396 Fremont, 400 Gooree Willis to Williem Willis, lot 276. Clyde, 900 William Willis to Sarah Bennett, lot ' 275, Clyde, 900 Absalom Mowery to Aaron Mowery, 30 acres, section iz, J acason, l aw George H Mugg to Cyrus Harnden, lot Mary A Grand to John G Spieker, lot nt, remonr, 7uu Daniel W Shively to George E Owens, lot luz, Helena, 393 Flavel S White to Mary Elizabeth Keefe, lot 1688 Fremont, 1,100 J Sampsell to George Kern, part of lot no, neiievue, iu,;iuu Adam Coran to John Malon, inlot 76 and part of ouUot 42, Clyde, 400 Murry W Brown to Jane Brown, lot 2U3, tayae, John B Gephart to Mary Booney, lota 74 aad 83 in sub-ai vision ox uienn Springs, 500 Joseph Scudder to Erastus Gould, 22 acres section zo, ureen urees, i,iio Samnel T Bell to Martin L Hufibrd, lot 20 Helena, lio Jaaob F Hutchinson to William P Navlor, 20 acres, section 20, Madison, 000 Sophia TJthe to Christopher Krebs, lot 220 Clyde. iuu Ellen Enright to John Lefever, lots 212 and 213, Clyde, ouu Marv Miles to P D Pelton. lot 533, Ulyde, l.iuu Jeremiah B. Winters to Adam Shell, 40 acres, section 18, Bail ville, 2,000 Robert Smith to Elias J Lacy, lots 41. so ana o. ureen &pnngs, ouu Harrison Herrington to William P Smith, 6 acres, section 26, BaJlville, 275 Oscar Ball to John Biser, et al.. 5 acres. section 26, Fremont, 500 A Adams to John Lemmon, lots 283, 251 and 30s, Ulyde, 000 Noah Foster to Wm H Bruns, lot 26, Uibsonburg, 700 Michael Smith to Felix Emrich. 95 acres, sections 2, 26 and 32, Bice, 6,000 Lewis W Fausey to David Wilier, 14 acres, section to, uaaison, 1,300 William H Bruns to Jeremiah Baker, 40 acres, section 22, Madison, 1,600 James W Robinson to Geor3e W Rob inson, one-third of lot 106, Clyde, Horace West to Theresa Hocks, 80 acres, section 20; Green Creek, 6,000 Nancy Jane Hansom to Sebastian Wail pa, 77 tu-iuu acres, section 16, Hiley, 3,752 a onoe 33 have 217 line Kid This tim to vain. ly She to than her and yon A' NEW BRANCH JUST OPENED FRONT ST., FREMONT, 0. Miss M. L. THOMPSON Anxious to afford her numerous customers the utmost advantage in selecting from her New and Elegant Assortment OF MILLINERY GOODS! Has taken and jnst opened the store originally conuuciea uy MHS. DEAL, In DEAL'S BLOCK, FRONT STREET, FREMONT, Which has been thoroughly renovated and refitted. where she will continue business in addition to her present store. This arrangement will facilitate ladies in making I selections from The Finest Display of Goods it's v Seen in the City, Submitted at Prices that Defy Competition. The most competent milliners will be In con stant attendance, and the boat of attention and satisfaction may be relied upon. GEO. A. PRINCE &CO. Organs & Melodeons. The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfect Manufactory in the United States. 54,000, Now in use." No other Musical Instrument ever obtained the same ropularlty. tw Send for Price Lists. Address BUFFALO t I. T. Real Estate Transfers furnished by Northwestern Real Estate Transfers furnished by Northwestern Normal School, Real Estate Transfers furnished by Northwestern Normal School, Fostoria, Ohio. LaBOEB PaTBOXaOE than eveb befobe, live ' teachers, and thorough instruction. Coarse of study full and practical. All grades students suited, expenses low, entire satis faction guaranteed. Winter term commences November 17, and i continues 12 weeks. It will be the best ever held in Northern Ohio. Young folks, attend. For circulars address J. Fbaizb Richard, 46-51 Principal. Jackson is at his old game giving away a magnificent line of mixed goods at his auc tion room, 51 Front street. He is offering such bargains as were never before seen in the city. Give him a call and save money. A case of chronic rheumatism of unusual severity, cured by Johnson's Anodyne Lini ment, is noucea oy one ox our exchanges. A large bunch came out upon the breast of the sufferer, and appeared like part of the breast J Done, useu internally ana externally. The sweetest words in our language Is health. At the first indication of disease nse well-known and approved remedies. For ayspepsia or indigestion, use Parson's Puraa- tive Pills. For coughs, colds, Bore or lame stomach, use J o Anson s Anodyne Liniment. Looking Glasses, large size, at cost! Now your time to get a beautiful mirror. Also a I goods assortment of standard Organs and Pianos, at greatly reduced prices! at at E. L. CROSS & BRO.'S. The Great American Consumption Remedy, Db. Wk. Hall's Balsam pob the Lottos, cures the worst cases of Coughs, Colds all the diseases of the Lunos, Thboat and Chest. Fob Whoopino Cough and Cboup it is certain specific. The most obstinate cases surely yield to Hall's Balsom, when used perseveringly. Stands at the head of all cough preparations. Sold everywhere. John Hexby, Cubban & Co., proprietors, 8 & 9 College Place, N. Y-, ' Coal! The undersigned is prepared to deliver the hard coal within the city of Fremont at following rates, until further notice : Chestnut - - - 19 25 Stove coal - 950 Also Pittsburg and Blossburg Soft Coal on hand, and for sale at the lowest rates. Orders solicited. John Peso. Fremont, O., October 15, 1874. Ladies will find Mnnson's splendid French Button Boots fashionable and exceed ingly neat at Dorr & Son's, Front street. Heaven's First Law is Order. Regu larity in eating, sleeping and exercise. abstinence from such dangerous Irritants as alcohol and tobacco, tend to secure long and healthful life. But even a strict observance of these wholesome rales wiU not always avert sickness. The best safeguard a?ain8t epidemio and other diseases is Db. Walker's California Vineoab Bittebs, which, by promoting a regular and vigorous of the digestive, secretive and excretive organs, keep the body in the best possible con dition tor resisting and repelling the causes of uisease. 43-10 to Clocks. Just recieved at Lepfbucans Emporium, a stock of new and elegant stylos of docks. Stop and see them. 45-46 To Exchange. A Sewing Machine and Double Barrel Shot Gun for wood. L. LEPPELMAN. 45- Ladies', Children's and Men's Underwear, full stock, at from 35c up, at er J. JOSEPH'S. The election is over and excitement has more settled down among builders and property owners as to how J. W. Marshall, St. Clair street, Toledo, is selling glazed sashes so cheap. Send for price list. Always on hand, the newest styles of Linen Collars, Cuffs, Buchings and Silk Ties for J. JOSEPH. We know several ladies in Fremont who made wonderful bargains, and saved im mensely, by calling at Neuhausbl Bbo.'b, Summit street, Toledo, to inspect their splendid line of dry goods. Try them once, when in the Corn City. Table Linens, Towels and Napkins, a full J. JOSEPH'S. Dorr & Son are offering a really attractive of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cur button and lace boots. Call and see them. GRATITUDE. The following letter speaks for itself: MONROE, MICH. Sept. 22, 1874, Db. Wiltobd, 112 St. Clair street, Toledo, Ohio. Dear Sir: When one man confers a favor upon another it is only right that the receipient of the favor should, in some appro priate way, express nis sense oi oougauon. Is more emphatically the case when the favor has involved the saving ot life and the conferring of happiness. For many years my wne nas oeen me vic ot neuralgia, dyspepsia and other dis tressing complaints. I obtained the aid of physicians at home and at a distance, sparing neither expense, pains nor time in my efforts have her health restored. It was aU in Although obtaining temporary relief, a permanent cure seemed impossible, and she became more and more emaciated from in tense suffering. She was at length complete prostrated. Having been informed of your success in the treatment oi chromo diseases, I obtained your aid, and the result has been the complete restoration of Mrs. Brown to health. is now able to givo personal supervision domestio affairs and enjoys better health she has since childhood. Mrs. Brown wishes me to express to yon a-ratitude for what you have done for her. I cheerfully join with her in thanking for the uiestimaDie ravor you nare con rrod. fYou are at liberty to use this letter as yon x ours, very graieiuuy, is be Mr. A. Mr. and ALEXIS S. BROWN. Slave just added to their LARGE STOCK OF FANCY DEY GOODS A complete assortment of Ladies' Ready-Made Cloaks & Walking Jackets, OUT AND TRIMMED IN THE VERY LATEST STYLES- August Flower. Ths most miserable be ings in the world are those suffering from Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. More than seventy-five per cent of the people in the United States are afflicted with these two dis eases and their effect; such as sour stomach, sick headache, habitual costiveness, impure blood, heartburn, waterbrash, gnawing and nalns at the Dit of the stomach, yel low skin, ooated tongue and disagreeable taste in'the mouth, eoming up of the food after eating, low spirits, 4c. Go to the Drug Store of Thomas, Grand Sl Lang, and get a 73 cent bottle, era sample bottle for 10 oents. Try 11 . fi.waSHI,B)em junoranurw, eawtt WoSfiwa') R5! J. To the Public. chase a lot for a residence, I wish to announce that I have sub-divided a tract of land ad joining the Fair Grounds into 48 half-acre lots and now offer them for sale. The improve ments of North Center street will bring them nearer to the business portion of the city than any other suburban property in tne market. Look at them before buy. Price 1150 per OSCAR BALL. A better Remedy can not be found for Whooping Cough, Coughs and Colds than McCullooh's Balaam of Hoarhound, it has been tried thirty- five years and proven reliable every time. Only 25 cents a bottle. Hermon & Wilson, Odd Fellow's Block, Front street, are daily opening out fresh goods from the eastern markets. Everything novel in the trade in all the fashionable ma terial at exceedingly moderate prices, are be ing submitted. Don't think of returning from the fair without giving them a call. The American Sardine Company. The American Sardine Co.'s Boneless Sar dines, are much better, and less than half the cost of imported Sardines. 11-yl Dr. S. D. Howe's Arabian Tonic Blood Purifiariis a far better and safer remedy for constipation, whether casual or habitual, than any cathartic, pill or potion ev er administered. See Advertisement. McCulloch's Horse and Cattle Powders are the best and cheapest in use, without any exception, try them and you will say so to. The best Dye Stuffs and the best Rocipts fpr Coloring is to be found McCullochs. Good Colors war ranted every time if the directions are followed. Agent for Leamon's Analine Dyes for all Colors. Gents', youths' and boys' Alexis shoesand Congress gaiters, in great variety, at Dorr & Son's, Front street. Now is the Winter of Our Discontent made Glorious tha arrival of spring. with its balmy days, warm showers, green fields and budding trees. But with all this beauty and brightness comes work. The gardens must be made, lawns cleared up, house cleaning, painting, papering, white washing, fec, to be done. For as Nature awakens to new life and puts iresti nvery, so we, naiurauy, imitate her in this: and what more fitting example could we follow than hers ? Now. such beinz the case, it is a matter of the greatest importance to know how best to do this, and where procure the necessary materials of the best quality, and at the same time at the least cost. That "the best is the cheapest in the end," is a fact accepted and acknowledged by all. First it is the best at the begin lasts longer, costs no more for the labor to apply than poor mate rials, and lastly, there is very little difference in the first cost lam speaking now of paints in particular. Do you want to paint white? There i3 no better or cheap made than the Phoenix Brand of Eckstein Hills & Co., for which I special agent, It has now been tried in tnis city and county for ten years, and never once, has it lailea to give entire satisfaction. And 1 do nrmly De lieve and assert there is no better lead made. For colored paints, for cottages, &c, we have our own colored paints, which, for durability cheapness, far excel all liquid or chemical paints. They never fade or peel, and retain their lustre for years Zinc Paint, Graining Colors, Var nishes, and Brushes to use them, al ways on hand, of the best quality, and at the lowest price. So much paints. Now. after painting, tne smoKy walls must be papered and decorated; whitewash wont do, it rubs off, and soon looks as bad as ever. I have the largest and best variety of Wall Pa per ever brought to this city, which be sold at the lowest prices. Now this is saying a good deal, but if you think of papering, don t Duy un you look at my samples, and you will be convinced that this statement true. But do you ask where is this place ? Where are such bargains to had ? And where only are the best good3 kept ? Why ! Where than at McCulloch's old and reliable Drug Store! Established 36 years ago ! Come and see. made Glorious Married. Lih 1ST!, at the residence of tne offi ciating minister, in Fremont, by Rev W. Walkey, John Souus, of Fostoria, and Miss Melissa Stahl, of Seneca Co., Ohio. November 8th. 1674. by A. D. Stine, J. P., Mr. Emamcei. Mubht and Mies Hulda 4. Condon. Nnvomher 11. 1S74. at the residence of thehride father in Fremont, O., by Rev. Gcrshom Lessa, John Wm. Hendbbson of Upper Sandusky, Miss Emma M. Kinheah of Fremont. Died. wnromhm- 21- 1S74. at the residence of herhns- band, in Ballville township, on the 8d inst, Mrs. Emma Mat Lawis, agea ' years, a raiuu days. SPECIAL NOTICES. The most wonderf nl Discovery of the 19th Century. DR. S D. HOWE'S ARABIAN MILK-CURE FOR CONSUMPTION Ana Diseases of the THROAT, CHEST, and LUNGS. The only Medicine of the kind In the world. A Substitute for Cod Liver Oil. Permanently cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, Loss of Voice, Shortness of Breath Catarrh, Croup, Conghs, Colds, Ac., in a few days, likemagie. Price $1 per bottle. ALSO, 13 r. S- XJ. HOWE'S Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier, Which DIFFERS from all other preparations in Its iwlM BU1ATB ACTION Upon Uie LIVER, KIDNEYS AND BLOOD. It is purely vegetable, and cleanses the system of all impurities, builds it right up, and makes Pure, Rich Blood. It cares Scrofulous Diseases of all kinds, removes Constipation, and regulates. For "uiuiKAi-" "iajnt VITALITY, and "BROKEN-DOWN CONSTITUTIONS," I "challen-i the lth Century" to find its equal. " EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. I rice $1 per Bottle. -a1ho, rn. s. r. iiowe's Arabian c"osItei?' Liver Pills, They cleanse the Liver and Stomach thoroncrtilv. remove Constipation; contain no calomel nor any umcr lujunuuH luareuienL, ana sec quickly upon these orjans, without producing pain or weakneea. rnco cents per dox. CONStTMPTIVES should use all three of the above medicines. Sold by S. BUCK LAID SOX, Bole Agents for Fremont, Ohio. 45-1 T 161 Chambers St., New York. It is Not Generally Known That the shortest possible route between the East and Great West is through St. Louis, over the St Louis, Kansas City and Northern Short Line. This road has gained surprising importance by reason of Immense expenditures in the last two years, of over two million dollars, besides earnings, in Improvements of road-way, In relaying their line with best quality of new steel and iron rails, on broad new ties, and by substituting for ordinary cars,new reclining chair coaches,elegantly carpeted and fitted, with dressing rooms with toilet conven iences for ladles, gentlemen and families traveling with children, without any extra charge. This line rune six fast Express trains between the Missis sippi and the Missouri Rivers, two more than any other road, and connects with all the great Land Grant Roads in ths West, and has adopted all mod ern appliances for comfort. sieed and safeguards against accidents, including night ard day watch men, who inspect the road before and after the passage of each train to see that everything is in order. We recommend those contemplating a trip West to take ths St. Louis, Kansas City and North ern Short Line, it being the only line running through cars between St. Louis and Omaha, and for tickets over this excellent line refer our seaders to any ticket agent selling through tickets to the West. For map, circulars and tims tables address either Geo. D. Teller, Buffalo. N. Y.: or P. B. Groat, St Louis. Mo', either af whom will (arish aav info raalioa desired. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS Will cure Dyspepsia, WU1 cure Liver Complaint, Will cure Pain In the Side. Will cure all Bilious Disorders, Will cure Jaundice. Will cure Marasmus, Will cure Indigestion, Will.cnre Sick-headache, Will cure Nervous Weakness, Will cure Constipation, Will purify the Blood, and Will strengthen and build yoa up to vigorous, joyous health. HOOFLAND'S PODOPHYLLHt PILLS are an active cathartic operating without nausea or dis tress. Serviceable in all Bilious disorders, with Fever. Proprietors, JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AT CO, Philadelphia, field by all Dragjjista. The Whole Western Country Can now be easily reached by the Atlantic and Pacitic, and Missocbi Pacific Railroads and their rail, stage and steamboat connections. These lines commence at at St, Louis, at which point the Mississippi river is crossed by the most magnijt eent Steel Bridge in the worid, and traverse the whole length of Central and Southwest Missouri, and a portion of Kansas and the Indian Territory, and thus famish to the; business man, pleasure seeker and the emigrant, the most direct and com fortable route to all points in Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Utah, Wyoming, California, Oregon and the whole Pa cific Slope. Superior inducements are offered for those seeking new homes in the Far West, and the transportation facilities are unequalled by any Western road. Everybody going West should give these roads a trial, and be convinced that the Jfis souri Pacifie Through Line, and the Atlantic and Pacific Short Line are the really popular thorough fares of travel. For maps, time tables, informa tion as to rates, routes, etc., address S. H. Thomp son, Eastern Passenger Agent, Union Depot Columbus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford,-General Passenger Agent, St. Lou, Mo. Questions will be cheerfully and promptly answered I The Great Southwest. To all persons desiring Homes in the great and prosperous West, the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company gives a cordial Invitation to visit its lands in Central and Southwest mason ri, which possesses all the requirements of a good climate, good soil, good water, and good health, with long and cool summers, and short and mild winters. 1,900,000 Acres of Prairie and Timber Lands are offered for Bale at low price and on long time terms in fact, made to suit purchasers, who are furnished with free Transportation from St.' Louis to the lands, at the Company's Office in St, Lonis. For particulars in pamphlets with maps, address A. L. Deans, Land Commissioner, Atlantic and Railroad Co., 25 South 4th Street, St, Louis, Mo. Missonri, Kansas & Texas R'y. The completion of the great iron bridge over the Missouri River at BoonvLUe, enables this popular line to offer still better facilities for the business between the Northeast and the great Southwest. Two daily trains will be run be tween Hannibal and points in the great Neosho valley, in direct con nection with all lines. Also, two daily trains between St Louis and points in Southern Kansas. For tne Texas traae, new ana Des- ter facilities are offered. The rates have been greatly reduced, and ar rangements have been made whereby through Pullman palace sleeping cars are run from Chicago, Qaincy, Han nibal and St. Louis, to Galveston, without change, passing through the finest portion of Southwest Missouri, Southern Kansas, the Indian Nation and the most desirable portion of Texas. Any one contemplating a trip to Southern Kansas, the Indian Nation or Texas, should address Thomas Dorwin, general passenger agent, Sedalia, Mo., for a correct map, with time tables, rates of fare, &c. 2S-52 Excursion Tickets to Colorado. 127 Reduction. From May 15th to October 16th the St. Louis, Kansas City Northern Short Line will sell excursion tickets St. Louis to Denveb and Return, for $75, for ninety days from date. For circular of valacble infoumation relative ro Colorado, address P. B. Groat, GenT Passen ger Agent SL Louis, Kansas City Northern Short Line having extraordinarily .fine accommodations connections for Colorado, excursion parties prefer taking this line. Excursion tickets sold by connecting lines, and at Ticket Office 8t. Louis, Kansas City & Northern Short Line, He. 113 North FeurthSteet,St.Loui,Mo. Sent fail to send for Circular. Centaur Liniments Have cored more wonderfa cases of rheumatism, aches pains, swellings, frost-bites, caked breasts, boras, scalds, salt-rheum. &e., npon the hu man frame, and strains- n. in, galls, npon animals, in one year, than all other pretended rem edies since the world began. CertiScatea of remarkable core accompany each bot tle, and will be sent gratia to any one. There la no pain which these Liniments will not relieve, no swelling they will not subdue or lameness they will not cure. This is strong language, but it ts true. No family or stock owner can afford to be without Centaur Lini ments. White Wrapper for family use ; the Yellow Wrapper for animals. Price, 50 eta. ; large bottles f 1.00. J. B. Boss & Co., S3 Broadway, New York. Caetorla is more than a substitute for Castor OiL It is the only safe article in existence which is certain to regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic and produce natural sleep. It is pleasant to take. No more sleepless mothers er crying babies. Price 35 cts. per bo tile. MARKETS. GRAIN. GRAIN. New York, Nov 11, '74. Wheat Varvinsr from 1.13 for old d fa $1.20 for new white. Corn Firm at 84c and 85c Oats Sales at 62c to 66c Toledo, Nov 11. 74. Cons Sales at 72c. Oats Sales reported at 52c to 54c LIVE STOCK. LIVE STOCK. Buffalo, Nov 11. 74. Beef Good supply. Sales at C6.80. Shbep Active dales 4.87. Hooe Firm at tfi.62 and (6.75, for heavy. RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY-GOING EAST. Leave Toledo Fremont Clyde Monrocvllle Arrive Cleveland A. M. 9:44 10:40 10: lira A. M. 6:2S 7:4-1 T:5S 8:30 I:30r.M.10:00 F. K. 6:S6 7:10 T:T T.5 1(M0 GOING WEST. A.M. 5:35 9:30 9:l3 8:91 10:40 r. m. 3:30 6:45 :19 :37 8:05 P.w. 7:00 9:i 9-.RS 10:1m 11:20 Leave Cleveland Monroeviile Clyde Fremont Arrive Toledo Way Freight. OINQ BAST. OOINO WIST. Leave Fremont, 9:50 p.x. Leave Fremont, 3:40 r.M. LAKE EHIB & LOUISVILLE BAILWAT GO ISO SOUTH. Leave Fremont, 9:25 a.m. 7:10 r. H. 9-00 A. X. fostoria, HK3 i:au iirai 1 Findlay. 11 : 9:27 1S.-55 r. K. Arlve T im. 1;U0 p. M. 11:30 4:15 Leave Lima, rindiay, " Fostoria. Antve Frenwat, GOINO NORTH. 3:25a. . 1:45 p. 6-M 4: So t:l :21 7 fcJO 9:00 a. X. 1:15 r. M. TOLEDO TO SAGINAW BAY CITY. AND NORHERN MICHIGAN. And intermediate points. Flint & Pere Marquette Railw'y :S5 115 r, 1:15 9:35 9:55 4-M S:30 6:41 6:W 5-J0 8:55 9:30 a. v. Trains arrive Toledo 4:55 p. Trains leave Toledo......... 8:15 p. M " At. at Monroe 9:20 " " Wayne. 10:50 - " Plymouth 11:13 " " Holly 4:15 A.M. - Flint 4-5S " E. Saeinaw.... :26 " Bay City 7:38 " " Midland 8:5a " - Evart 11:3 " " EeedCity 12:15 p.m. Plow, rnnnprtlnnfl made at Rfw! Clrv with trains of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Ii. R. f or south, and north to tho Traverse Bay reeion. Connections at Wavne with Mich. cent. K. K., at Plymouth with Detroit, LanBinj 4 Lake Mich. r. n at liouy wun ueirou aniiwBUKnA.n. at Flint with Chicago A Lake Huron R. R-, ana at Bsy City with Jackson, Lansing and Sasinaw. The only route that avoids transfer ot passengers. Low rates and quicker alspatcn pv man any 4. r. nouiub, General Ticket Agt-nt, Eaot Saginaw, Mich. other route. SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. TOLEDO W ABASH & WESTERS RAILWAY. The great continuous Short Line to Saint Lonis, Hannibal, (Jnincy, Keokuk sod Kansas City, through to the Mississippi river without change of cars, and connecting cloeely with all points in Missouri, Kansas. Colorado and California. Pull man PALACE SLEEPLNU CARS, on all night trains. tlnrning Through rasi Express. Express. Express. Leave Toledo 7:00 a m 11:36 a m 11:40 r m Arrive Ft. Wayne.. .11:00 " 3:35 pm S:55am waoasn i:uopm o:o " :!-- Peru 1:40 " :SO " 5:15 " Indianapolis 5:25 " 9:40 " Logausport.. S:30 7:10 ' 6:45 " Lafayette... 4:25 8:45 " 6:56 " uanvuie...... 11.41 :iu Decatur Springfield... Jacksonville St. Louis.... 3:05 A M 12:00 1 4:35 " 1:46 PM 6:15 " S.28 " 7:46 " 4:45 - 10:30 " 6:50 " 12:00 " 7:36 " Trains arrive at Toledo from the West at 2:20 a. x.. 10:45 a. .. and 5:05 p. m. Accommodation leaves at 5:30 p. M. and arrlvoe at 8:10. Ouincv.. Keokuk.... W. L. MALCOLM, Gen'l Pass, Agt. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. THE SHORTEST & Q.UICKE9T ROUTE TO WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, The East and South East. CONDENSED TIME CARD, August 1st, 1874. Le. lAftancc, Ar. Tiffin.... ShelbvJ unction. " Mansfield " Mt Vernon M Newark.......... u Colombns........ Le. Cincinnati, D.S.L, - Cincinnati, P. C. A St. L M Chicago.... " ladianapolis,P.C. & St. L 9:42am 10fl)I " 11:35 " 12:30 an 9-45 pmi 3:15pm 7:OS " 9:18 " 9:51 11:34 " 12:45 nt 4:5 tarn Lave 4:fWam 6:00 am 6:00 7:0Opml 4:00 am 4:15 pm I 7:00 I 8:20 am I 4:50 pm!. " Colnmbus..... Ar.Zanesvilie.... " Cambridge... Bellaire " Benwood ..... - Wheeling " Grafton " Oakland. ........ " Deer Park " Piedmont 44 Cumberland.... Sir John's Hon.. " Martinsbnrg.... 44 Harper's Ferry... Hagerstown June " Point of Rocks.. M Washington " Lynchbnrg.W. C.I &, V.M: I " Richmond, R.F.sj r 11:15 " d 1:40pm 2:40 4:50 " 8 5:451" 6:10 9:05 " 11:24 " 11:43 " 12:50 nt 1:40 am 3:24 " 4:25 " 5:02 " 6:S " 6:30 ,' 7:ll0 " 11:45 " 3:00 am' 6:03 " 5:13 B 5:30 6:48 " 9:20 " 11:34 " 11:47 - 12:50 nn! D 1:45pm 3: " 4:20 " 4:50 " 6:01 " 6:20 6:45 a 6:15 am 7:29 " 9:50 " lihuo " 11:00 " n 2:4pm o:w " 6:17 " 7:13 " ' 3 8:26 "J I 4:40pm 1:30 4:50 am I 4:150 " I " Relay " Baltimore. ..... " Philadelphia.... JNew l'ork... B Breakfast, a 7:65 amis 7:40pm I smu - I s:ic " 1 l:)pmf S:35am 5:13 " 6:30 " "D Dinner. SQSupper. NOTICE. A!! Trains on the L. It. THv. rhn. tween Sandusky and Newark) run daily except Sunday. On C. Div. (between Colnmbus and Beil aire) Train leaving Columbns at 11:45 d. m. mn daily other trains daily except Sunday. On Main Line. Newark accommodation nine daily except Sunday. All other trains run daily. PULLMAN Palace Drawing-Room and Sleeping Cars From St. Louis, Cincinnati and Columbus, to WASHINGTON & BALTIMORE WITHOUT CHANQE. Thmneh tickets and farther Information can h obtained at all principal Ticket offices throughout the West, Sonthwest aud Northwest. L. M. M. COLE, Genl Ticket Agt, Baltimore, Md. THOS. P. BARRY. Western Pass. Agt, Cincinnati. THOS. H. SIIARP, Master of transportation, Bal timore and Ohio K, L, Baltimore, Md. W. C. Qnincy, Gen. Supt. Central Ohio DiT Co- luxtaus, uoio.