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FTJENITUEE
FOR. THE HOUSE.
SOE"TL747".-IX,Si BROS.;
STATE STREET, FREMONT, OHIO,
MANUFACTUEEES AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF -
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE!
c Are now prepared to submit a first-data line of Furniture, not to.be stnpsssed for finish, dnrability and price, in the-city.
Having recently sncceded to the Undertaking business of SPELLER MOORE, we are f nlly prepared, on the shortest notice, to
FURXISH THE PARAPH ARM ALIA FOR FUNERALS PROMPTLY AXD CHEAPLY.
We have one of the finest Hearses in thin section (as illustrated above). Shells, Coffins, Casket and everything in the line, constantly on band.
THE cheapest house )
I IN THE CITY. )
6
fe3 iPp
FURNITURE
FOR THE OFFICE.
JOSEPH FAUST,
FREMONT, OHIO,
Plain, Ornamental, Roman.
MODEBH TEES CO AND GEANITE
PLASTERER,
Designer and Manufacturer of all Styles of
Mouldings, Enrichments, Centerpieces,
Brackets, Medallions, Frames, Capitals, Scapliola,
and all other Comjioeition Ornaments, &e., for
Exterior, Portland and Roman Cement. Mastic
and Stncco Work done.
MIXED MORTAR!
Famished by the Bushel or Yard. AH orders will
ceive prompt attention. .jo-41
CALL AT
Tschumy & Doncysoas
K F U R ITU RE
WARE
and Examine their
Elegant Assortment
OF
CABINET WARE, TABLES,
CHAMBER SUITS LOUNGES
kc, fcc, fec.
They have recently added an
Upholstery Department
and are prepared to do anything in
that line.
TSCHUMY fc DONCYSON.
Corner Front and Qamson Sts .,
FREMONT, O. .
THE
FUST mmm
JSools & Shoes
IN THE CITY,
CAN BE FOUND AT
Dorr & on's
Call and Examine for Yourselves.
CITY
MEAT MARKET.
WEST of BRIDGE
STATE ST
H3
NEAR
Stine't Grocery
STATE iT.
George I-Xelcl
T ESPECTFULLY intimate that he is preimred
St to deliver
FRESH MEATS
to any part of the city daily Also,
Corned Beef, Pic kled Tongue, Bologna, &c
tr Please leave your orders as above The ot
lost satisfaction isjruaranteed
Km Fm. raa take lkr Mitirraiii'rtii'ii-
lnir to directions, and ruiain Ions uuwell. pro
vided their bones are not destrored by mineral
poison or other means, and vital" organs waawd
beyond point of repair.
iTP"lia or Iwdigrati.n, Headache, Pain
In the fchoulders. Coughs. Tardiness of the Chest,
l'izxlnees, Sonr Eructations of the Stomach, Bad
Taste to the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of toe Heart, Inflammation of the Lunjra, I'aiu ta
the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
painful symptoms, are the offsprings of I.vsjep
sia. One bottle will prove a better fruarautee of
Its merits than a lenethy advertisement.
Car Female C'ainplaiau, in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
ttie turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an Influence that improvement is soon per
ceptible. r"r latsaisiar; aad Chraa.c Rkra.
aaaiai and uout. Bilious, Kemittent and Inter
mittent Fevers. Diseases of the Blood, Liver. Kid
neys and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal.
Such Diseases are caused by V itiated Blood.
Tmr .mil. farsaiivr as well a.
a iMir, posscssuur the uient. of acting as a
powerlul agent in wiieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral organs, and
in Bilious jhseaaeg. '
""r kiai l.ia, Ernptionfl, Tetter, Salt
Rhenm, Blotches. ,S..,ts pmiples. Pustules, Boils,
rarbuncles. lUtur-wurui-. ns aid-Head, Sore Eves.
Erysipelas. Itch. Scurfs. Divoiorationsof the Skin.
Humor and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
r nature, are literally dug up and carried out of
tie sytem in a short tune by the use of these
Bitters.
Cirawfal Taaasaad proclaim Vixkoab
BtrnsKs the most wonderful Invigorant that eer
sustained the sinking svsteni. .
. 11. Jicuovj i.n a- ro.
Prnggtsts and Gen. gts., i-an KrancL-eo. CaL, A
cor. of Waslungton and ( hsriion sis., s. T.
SOLS UX JlU, liittSfcibT A i.'ALS.
OF
IJ'f A
Si
"XPST JO. ID lEUD!
The Citizens of Sandusky County to know this fact, that we
have the only regular Wide-track
HARDWARE STORE
XOXT 1? 'K.E1MO JXTT,
And that we have lately received direct from New York and
the Eastern Factoriee, a tremendous stock of
HJtRl
Complete in all its details, which we are selling at
VERY LOW PRICES!
We would say to all our old and new friends "Come and see us sure ! if
you want to save money in buying all kinds of Hardware.
We have a line stock of Wheeling and Steubenville Nails, J. II. Morley
& Co.'s Pure White Lead, Oils, Glass &c, &c.
We can supply you with Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Fostoria Plows, and
Scrapers ocrt kind which are superior to all others; Hand
Cider Mills, Feed Cutters, Corn Shellers, &c, &c., &c.
BLACKSMITHS AND SADDLERS,
Will find a full stock of TOOLS and MATERIAL.
CANFIELD, HEDRICK & BRISTOL.
Li
T
THE
BEST and CHEAPEST!
OTJR
ANDERSON PATENT
STSAI BOILER
AND KIPP'S NEW ENGINE
E THE IS EST IS THE WORLD
Cannot col I a put or explode. Are eelf-feeaimrf rora
W ater Tank. No Force Pump is U8'1,thii fav.ug
the eiiL'inti from I'linininj AGAINST HI till
FKESftl'KE, or driving water into Boiler, when by
careiettsue&tf the water ta& been allowed to rel low
or entirety out of Boiler J'u liueb to yet warped
or twietcd out ol sliaie.
PREMIUMS IN 1873
First and Htebcet Premium at the Great Interna
tional Fair and KxiKMition at BuHaJo, IS'. . Airo
t the Weuteru New York Fair, held at Hochesfcr.
Also at Central New York Fair, held at Utica. Al-
Koatthe New York State Fair, held at Albany.
AIko at the Great Fair ot the American Institute,
held in New York lor two monlh duriny the tall
ot lt73. Alo at iuuoiy Faird in Ohio and other
States.
TESTHVlOniALS.
OoDKNBimu. N. Y., Feb. 21, 1S74. '
Meflsra. Whitman Uuiuikll, Lilllc Falln, . V.:
Your favor of the liitU incu is at lnnd. I fal
np boiler aud Euimran tlicui under To il. steam
pressure, aud aawed half a cord t wood twice
ui two (beecii and uiuplr) iu lljtj niiuutes. 1 then
sawed 3 cords ot wood tw ice in twoiu IS niiuutes.
1 caii saw 1 cords ot wood twice iu two iu oue
hour witii the o. 4 boiler.
1 had a ploUorui made lor the boiler and engine
aud placed them ou a pair of boh lrij:li, giug
around sawing wood. I hiul the agi iit ot ihiuuis'
Cleauer bring a thresher and cleaner and 1 ran
through :! bushels ot oats. The agent thinks!
I cau lima 3 li Cleaner with the boiler and enyiue.
I ran the boiler under a pressure ot tKI lbs., aud
airly made the cleaner howl. A Mo. 4 boiler and
i 11. 1 . engine is plenty ueavy tuougii 10 nui
Ismw or . 1 Li. thresher aud cleauer.
Thehoiler, by pultiug the eihaust pic iu the
smoke stack and UHiig bolt coal, w ill make sleaai
euough lor a & 11. 1. engine, as 1 had the dumier
shut bull tne lime, anil tue ioor ttK'ii, and um-u
it would make mole steam than 1 wanted. The
harder the w ork the more steam it makes.
Yours truly, T. i). Ui.LLlM.EU.
WHITMAN 6l BURRELL,
Little Falls, lieio York,
Manufacturers and Dealersin Cheese aud Butter
Factor Apparatus ol every description.
Sendforlllnstraled Circular.
REAL ESTATE
AGENCY,
E. LOUDENSLEGER &, CO.,
OmCE No. l.DEirOOS'SLOCK.
HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, LANDS.
Thefollowinjr desirable property is offered for
mile at reasonable prices and easy terms. lVrwmh
wishing to purchase profierly should cull and learn
particulars:
FOR SALE Vacant Lots in different parts ol
the citv. Prices ninirinf from f 1M to tl,,
owing to location. E. IAJLUENbLEGEli CO.
I70R SALE A two story Frame Dwelling Tlor.sc
contaiuinu ei7ltt rooms. i:mtrv anil closets.
good cellr under the Ikhisi', all new and iu groMl
onler. The lot contains ntout tine-third of au acre.
situated in the first ward, on the northwest comer
ol iwllig and v 001I streets. ITice f.Mi, pay
ments made ea?v. 'i ins property woum ie ex.
changed for good timliered laud in either Sandusky,
w ood or Ottawa counties.
TTTANTED A tract of 200 or 300 acres of choice
V tiutbercd iaud in Ssudtifkv or Ottawa couu-
tiei. . LOUDEXSLKGEK & Co.
KOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
flHK Co-partnTiliip bntofort existing between
X the nndereijnieil is this day didolvcd by mu
tua! cnnut. All DwriMHie indebted will call im
mediately aud tettle with II. K. Fincfrock, who in
authorised to atUe Uit account of pniti firm.
T. P. FINKFKOCK,
H.li.FlNi:'iiUCii. ,
a
a
XcarlynllUi-aeoriginatetromlii-
and reliel 19 wurs H,,vi..cir ... .,?.... ,1
the liver ik Kryulaird in ita action, he'alth
is aimost invariably secured. Want of action in
the Liver causes Headache, I'anotiua.
Man. Jau.d ,- in .Mtn K.
der, t oiith,, UilU, Iizijnes,
Jour Moiiihcu, bud taale in the
111 n I Ik . li i 1 n ,....!... . - .
IV" kinTtj "PrOM af Spirits,
r . . I. ....... uumirai oiner symptoms.
1 OK is the best remedy that has ever been di.
covered. It acta mildly, effectually, and
being a simple vegetable compound, can do
110 injury in any cjuantities that may be taken It
is liarmlckH 111 everyway; it has been used for
40 year, and hundreds ol the good aud creat
fnilll flll nurta ..1 tl.a nn.. :n . .
.- .. ..,.... ... Uutl, wm voucn ior its be
ing Uiepuret and beat.
Simmons' Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
R no drfltiti,- i'inlu.1 M.i;nl
is sure to rnrf, if t.il-An
Is a faultless family medicine, '
Is the chcHK-st medicine in the world,
Is given w ith safety and the uappiesiresnlts to the
Does not interfere with business,
Does not disarrauge the svsteni,
Takes the place of Quinine and Bitters ofevery
Contjiiustliesimplesf and best remedies.
J1, UY AIL JUl LOCUSTS.
THE PLACE TO GET
Fail; Tailtria?!
IN EVERY DESIRED QUALITY IS AT,
N. BARENDT & CO.'S,
Who have all the Latest Styles of
SPRING & SUMMER
GOODS!
If jou ive them , trial, y wlI1 M .
CeU wilo the result that you will not go elBe
where with your orders in futuie.
And who make up all good, iu the most approved
styles, fiiiaranteebjE i good fit every time.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
ADAPTED TO TflJE SEASON.
THE JOURNAL.
THE JOURNAL. From Mr. Whittier's New Volume of Poems.
AUTUMN DAYS.
The summer warmth has left the sky,
The summer songs have died away;
And, withered, in the footpaths lie
The fallen leaves bat yesterday
With rubby and topaz gay.
The grass is browning on the hills;
No pale, belated flowers recall
The astral fringes of the rills,
And drearily the dead vines fall,
Frost-blackened from the roadside walL
Tet through the gray and Bombre wood,
' Against the dusk of fir and pine,
Last of their floral sisterhood,
The hazels yellow blossoms shine
The tawny gold of Afric's mine.
Small beauty hath my unsung flower,
For Spriug to own or Summer hail:
But iu the season's aaddtst hour,
To skies that weep and winds that wail,
Its glad surpriaals never fail.
O, days grown cold! 0, life grown oldl
No rose of June may bloom again:
But like the hazel's twisted gold,
Through early frosts snd later rain,
Shall hints of summer time remain.
And as within the hazel's bow
A gift of mystic virtue dwells.
That points to golden ores below.
And in dry desert places tells
Where flow unseeu the cool sweet wells.
So in the wise Diviner's hand
Be mine the hazel's grateful part
To feel, beneath a thirsty land,
The living waters thrill and start.
The beating of the rivulet's heart!
Suffice th me the gift to light
With latest bloom the dark, old days;
To call some hidden spring to sight,
That in these dry and dusty ways
Shall sing its pleasant song of praise.
O, lovel the hazel wand may fail;
But thou canst lend a surer spell,
That passing over Barca's vale,
Repeats the old-time miracle,
And makes the desert land a well.
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.
Common salt is a valuable man
ure for most crops, and has been
used from ancient times. Near the
sea it is of no use as the spray from
the sea is carried inland and falls
upon the soil; but out of the reach
of sea vapor, it ia a useful applica
tion and ingredient of composts.
Clean the harness. Unbuckle all
the parts and wash well with soft
water. Turoentine or benzine will
remove gummy substances. Warm
the leather and then oil well with a
paint-brush or swab. Neat's-foot
oil is the best Hang the harness
up until dry.
Plant a sunflower in each hill of
beans and you will get suitable bean
poles. The stocks grows in advance
of the vine and makes an excellent
support You not only obtain a
good bean-pole gratis, but you have
a large amount of valvable seed for
your fowls in the falL
Lime should be applied when dry
slacked and caustic, on a dry day,
when the land is dry enough not to
lump it, and be well worked in with
a fine harrow. If there are any
lumps, from the size of a pea to a
walnut, those lumps will rapidly dis
appear by exposure to the sun and
air.
An inexpensive but durable meth
od of painting old buildings is as
follows: First give them a coat of
crude petroleum, which is the oil as
it comes Irom the wells, and can be
procured for about $4 to $5 a barrel
in almost any town or city. Then
mix one pound of "metallic paint,
which is brown or red hematite iron
ore finely ground, to one quart of
linseed oil, and apply this over the
petroleum coat The petroleum
sinks into the wood and makes
good ground-work for the iron and
oil paint The color of the iron
paint is a dark reddish brown, and is
not at all disagreeable; it is a color
not readily soiled, very durable, and
is fire proof.
Nearly all dairymen now think
milk is injured by being cooled too
suddently by ice or patent appli
ances. Also that warm milk should
not be mixed with cold, as by pour
in Sr milk into a can that contains
milk already cooled.
There is no profit in feeding stock
that is past its prime. It is waste of
feed and money. As soon as any
animal begins to fail it should be
disposed of. Old cows, old oxen
old sows and, old hens, form the
bulk of the stock upon many farms,
The young animals are sold off.
This is the reverse of what is wise
and profitable.
Reducing Bones for Gardens.
It is not often that bones can be
collected on the farm in sufficient
quantities for field crops, but every
man who has a garden can make
inue excellent manure by saving
those within his reach. It is use
less to recommend converting them
into home made super-phosphate by
using sulphuric acid; the difficulty
and trouble in producing the acid
away from cities, and the care and
experience required to use it, are
sufficient objections. There are,
however, two modes of reducing the
bones which every gardener may
easily adopt One is to place them
in thin layers in a fermenling hea;
of manure which, if they are prev
lously broken, will soften them
enough to cause crumbling after the
lapse of weeks, when the heap is
worked over. Jt,ven a common hot
bed will do, if the bones are first
broken into fragments. The other
mode is to boil them as follows
Mix them in a large kettle, with
wood ashes, and to make ashes
caustic add about a peck fresh
lime to each barrel of bone Satur
ate and cover the ashes - ;u with
water, and then apply heat, say for
twenty-four hours, or during the
day for two consecutive days. All
the bones by this time, except the
very Hardest parts, will be so re
duced as to be easily pulverized, be
mg m a pasty condition, suitable for
placing in layers in making the com
post heap. Another day's boiling
win reduce the remainder of the
hard bones. New York World.
"Help" in Virginia.
Donn Piatt, writing about the Vir
ginia mountaineers says: "liiey
have the same sense of social equal
ity that afflicts the native born la
boring class of the west; and al
though poverty lives in the moun
tains, making it difficult to exist
with comfort, it is impossible to get
house servants from among the na
tives for love or money. A charm
ing little lady here, Mrs. Morgan,
sister-in-law to the late famous John
Morgan, gave us a very amusing ac
count of her trials in this direction.
Her first experience was with a tall,
angular mountain maid."
One morning she announced a
visitor to Mrs. Morgan.
"Who is he,Malvina:"
"Lord only knows, I don't, he's a
total stranger to me."
"Is he a gentleman?'
"WelL he ain't a niggah."
"Did he not give you his name?"
"Not much;but I didn't ask him.''
"But he gave his card?"
"You mean that bituv papah with
the printin' on it."
"Of course; what did you do with
it?"
"Why, I just put it whar I seed
the others, on the pahlor table."
"How vexatious! And what did
you say to him?"
"I told him to kitch on to the
door knob till I seed you."
NEW DENTAL OFFICE.
DR. FRANK CUE AGER
Has opened out in the office formerly occupied by
Dr. Beilharr.. Iu regard to the same the following
will explain :
Having sold the dental office of the late Dr. L.
T. Beilharz to Dr. Creagcr, formerly employed in
the office, I can cheerfully recommend him to
friends and patrons as worthy their confidence.
33tf MRS. L. T. BEILHARZ
T)r Sharn'sSDeeiflccurcsTiTSpepsia.LiverCom.
ulaint. Constiuation. Vomiting f Food, Sour
Mbimoeli. Water Brash. Heartburn. Low Spirits,
&c. In thirty-gve years never failing tocure the
most obstinate cases. Sold by druggists generally,
C K. McCm-LocH, Agent for Fremont. Depot, 146
Eighth St.,N. Y. Circularsmailedonapptication,
lm
THE LARGEST
ClothingHouse
IN THE WEST !
Dryfoos Zc Bro.
Have the Finest Stock of
CLOTHS
AND
READY-MADE
CLOTHING
EVER OPENED
WEST OF NEW YORK
IN THE
MERCHANT
TAI L O R I IU C
DEPABTJUENTl
They have employed
Fas& ion able Catters!
AND A CO EPS OF
EFFICIENT WORKMEN
PRICES LOW.
Call and See Us!
93 YFOOS & BRO.,
Corner Front and Croghan Streets
r K KMC) NT, OHIO.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
The Agency of the Domestic Sewing Machine
company nas neen removed from Croghan Street
Corner of Front and Garrison Streets,
Opposite Tschumy & Doncyson's Furniture Store
The World Famed ,3
"DOMESTIC." 1 5
Afulllineof these excellent UachinesconstanU;
on nana.
tr CALL AND IN8PCTTHEM.-W
PLUCK NO. S.
THE HEW CHROMOS From
WIXLARD'S Famous Paintings.
These Elegant Chromos are by far the most ox!
pressive pictures ever given -to the public, being
full of humor and "Pluck" to the last extent.
Hue 16 by 22 inches, mounted upon canvas and
strainers. Price $10 the pair. Send orders to the
ubhsher, J. F. RYDJ2R, 239 Superior Street,
Cleveland, Ohio.
f4
i-iW1'
K 'A
57
Nature's Great Remedy
FOE AU .
THROAT and LUNG
- -DISEASES ! !
It it th Tital nrimnle nf th p;u t , .
bT P'PiwsmtlwdBtUlauoiiof til. tar br
which Its highest mvtl;n9l . - .. ' 1
. p pun u, rcutnea.
1 ar even in its crude state hai been immn.j .
n'aent payicianj of, mry Khal. It is confidently
ered to the afflicted for the following timple reasons:
I. IT CURBS. Utf 6mAn4t- r
but by dissolving the phlegm and tutulinr natur, t.
throw off the unhealthy matter causing the irritation,
in cuss of itated consumption it both prolongs and
renders less burdensome the life of the afflicted sufferer.
- S. ItS healinv firitwinl mtfa .k. 1 : .
face of the lunes. itnttraiix ta M-i v. . . .
relieving pain, and tubdming inflammation. '
3. 1TIURIFIES AND INKICHKSTHK BLOOD. Posltive-
curtng all humors, from th rnmm. .UB. -
JWjra ujN to the severest cases of Scrofula. Thousands
of affidavits could be nrodueed from ihnw.).n k.
felt the beneficial effects of Pine Ta Ta Cordial
in the various diseases arising from iHruRlTiaa ot
IHI BLOOD.
4- A imiftraUt Ou digalan trpnu mnd rotor a
the mfprtiU.
All who have known or tried Dr. L. Q. C Wis
nart s remedies require no references from us, but the
names of thousands cured by them can be given to
any one who doubts our statement. Dr. L. Q C
Wishart's Great American Dytfrfri PiU, mnd
Wokk Sugai Drops hare never been equalled for
sale by all Druggists and Storekeepers, and at
Jr. It. d C. WISHASrs Offletv
i; ; en
PLCCK NO. 1.
f
WOLCOTT BROS.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
d4 Jeflerson Street, Toledo, Ohio.
Pr t'i sj--iw. t-i-,. i,-
J-iWIaiMl.iBntBR tV-aSaVsJlVnjfF,tl.s-J,t T ..fr. . y. i , , ,,, ..- .W if - ' .
J v LA & Liiy
Stock of Groceries Wanted.
Will exchange some well located Toli-do property for a stock of Groceries worth $3,000 to 6,00
Jliscellau ions,
$75,U00 worth or Toledo residence protierty.
560 feet on Swan Creek Knn, bark to the canal.
yaru. rrice 1DU per loot. VI ill sell all or a part.
Some well located Toledo property. Will exchanire for a farm worth $10,000.
House and lot on Broadway, worth $3,mki, will exchange for a stock of drv eoods wort h H.000.
some vacant loledo property, worth 8,000, will
IBM acres in Anderson comitv, Kansas. Price
320 acres in Missouri, $10 per acre.
iT.tT . T. i n in Panl(l.inK connty, Ohio. Price $10 per acre.
Wescern land bought, sold or traded.
,UI1aJ ku ni-uriiu nney,
Iley,
Special attention given to the exchanging of property.
Franklin Avenue Addition.
This Addition is located on Franklin Avenue within one block of Larrrsnce Street, and three blocks
f Adams Streei, where strc-et cars make regular trips. The streets are Twelf paded, and shade trees
plan ed. Building has already commenced. These lots are now offered at fr taw to Weach
monthly or quarterlv uavmeuts. Pur further nrti, ii!r i, ...a ir , lo a "'
- . i -- -piuv am. Duiaii circular.
Acre Property.
TWENTY-FIVE ACRES ON BANCROFT STREET, for sale cheao
EIOHTY ACRES TIM BEK LAND in Hancc k conntv. Ohio. Price tan ,
i5S.5LVBS? HALF A0KKS on therry Set, suitable for subivulonor
WOLCOTT BUOS., 34 Jefferson
This is covered with a dock and used for a lumber
take a stock of dry goods worth $n,oo0, as part pay,
$8 per acre
n - ansas, iro
Kansas, from $t to $10 per acre on 10 years time.
Street., Toledo, Ohio.
F. A. EUMLER.
3F2.etl Estate Agent,
Office No. 4 Anderson Block, (over 131 Summit St.), Toledo.
JP-Srk. KlAi
80 acres of nnimproTcd Land within five miles of
Toledo, and fronting on two of the LEADING
ROA1JS to the city. PLAN K ROAD to be cni
pleted np to this land soon, as it is now under con
struction. Price only $75 jier acre. Easy pay
ments. No better bargain offered in the county.
255 acres of excellent land wilhiu seven inilcs of
Toledo, on a plank road now nntler construction.
It is platted iu tracts of fitteen acres each, and is
just the place for parties desiring a small tract of
land ata low Genre, and will double in value inside
ot two years. Price only JTjO per acre on long time.
A very cheap piece of property.
Farms containing only ten acres, suitable for
gardening purports, five miles from the city, $75 to
$100 per acre. Will double in value inside of two
years. Gardeners should take advantage of this
rare opportunity.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
A very large fine brick Residence, containing
twelve rooms, hot aud cold water, finished ele
gantly from cellar to garret. Only built one year
ago and will be sold for less than cost, on easy
terms. Situated on Tenth street near Monroe.
A oeautitul trame Hons and inns,. T u..i-
uerry street, nine rooms, and cellar, cistern. Ac,
tiouse newly papered, and paiuted iusiile and out.
only 4,ooo. One-fourth payment. This property
is worth over $5,000.
Fine brick basement Residence containing ten
rooms, on ONTARIO street, larfe brick barn on
lot, everything iu first-class order. $7,000, on easy
terms. Cost $7,600 in cash two years ago. Owner
needs the money in business is thecauueforselluia
at onr-K Mnnll.a
VACANT
lOTS FOR SALE.
70xm feet to a
i ally on Irving street near Col-
lingwood avenue. This is one of tiie best loca
tions m me cuy. nice only $i,000 on time.
One of the most beautiful Lota in th
ered with native trees, 60xlM feet on corner of
uouuib iiu i uuium sireeta. S4U per toot, front.
$iooVr$?o,J5? latapm'ot it fOT rrom
Lots ia MATJMEB CITY and MANHATTAN.
All kind Of OronertT rnnnrantlw ban M i j
Call on or address,
r.A.KBMLEB, Toledo, O.
REAL ESTATE.
ENGLEWOOD!
This is the largest and best platted tract of
REAL ESTATE ever laid out within the limits oi
Toledo for
RESIDENCES.
Its commanding position, its broad and well
graded streets and avenue, its attractive parks, its
excellent drainage by natural surface and a system
of sewerage, its accessibility to the business center
of the city, being near the Monroe and Dorr Street
Railroads, are advantages to those wanting build
ing sites unsurpassed. The lots are laid out so as
to meet the wants of all classes in
PRICE AND LOCALITY.
Those of moderate means, and the more wealthy,
can secure a desirable residence site, which will not
only rapidly enhance In value, but attract the bvst
resident population, thereby making the lots al
ways saleable. This property was purchased just
before the general advance in ontside lauds, and is
now offered at relatively low tignres, as we are con
tent with quirk sah-s and fitir profits. This fact
can be verified by pricing adjoining property or that
in other localities. The tract consists of 37& Lots,
of which
ONE HUNDRED LOTS
are now offered for sale. Those having money for
investment will realize good interest by a purchase
at this time.
To any haviing a residence aud solicitous to
change location to Euglewood, wo will arrange pay
ments to suit their convenience, and to those de
sirous of making purchase at the present low fig
ures, by annual or semi-annual payments, and
thereby availing themselvs of the benefits of time,
and surroiuidiug improvements, we will arrange
time of payment from five to twenty years. AH de
ferred payments bear seven percent, per annum.
Go and examine the property. It is in
ADMIRABLE SHAPE,
and buyers can readily determine where to locate,
and to those who will build a residence this Fall,
we will give a premium of 10 per cent, on the con
tract price of each residence erected by January,
1875. Plats at office of
H. S. & H. D. WALBRIDGE,
160 Summit Street. Toledo, O.
Quick Sales! Small Profits!!
L. C. BLACK,
DEALER IB
BOOTS AND SHOES,
47 Summit Street, 2d Door North of Monroe,
TUI.EDU, OIIIU.
Low Prices! New Goods!!
P. B. LAIDLAW,
(Successor to Wat. PaUiee,)
Phis i:l hm.i Mi P.:;:::
ADD DZALEB TH ALL KINDS Of
ROOFING SLATE,
GALVANIZED IRON RIDGE CAPPING, &c.
Orders from all parts of the State Solicited,
No. 170-SUMMIT STREET No. 170
TOLEDO, O. 11-44
EAGLE
Fancy Steam DyeWorks
C. GUFNTHFB,
Practical Dyer and Cleaner,
No. 47 Adams St., near Summit, TOLEDO, 0.
AH Goods sent by Express Promptly Returned.
trices ucasonaDie.
Particular Attention to Cleaning and Repairing
(Jems' t.arments.
Gentlemen's garments dyed and re-pressed, with
ont being ripped.
Ladies' Shawls, of all kinds, cleaned and nicely
pressed, so as Ui look nearly as good as new.
8VBcst facilities aud cheaiiest prices of any
house in the city.
KICHAKD LLEVYNB attends to the French
Department. 34-41
ARE YOU INSURED,
And do You Want to Save Money
and be Indemnified if You
Burn Out?
TAKE A POLICY IN TIIE
Lycoming Fire Insurance Company, Muury, Pa
Capital, $5,7il6,l,V.uo.
Richland Mutual Insurance Co., Mansfield, Ohio.
tipilai, i,imi,uou.tlu.
Western Mutual, - Urbana, Ohio.
capital, nuo.ooo.oo.
Forest City Mutual, - - Cleveland, Ohio
cajiiiai, 9 ioo,uuu.ou.
Mansfield Mutual Fire ln-mranre Co., Mansfield, O.
Capital, fluu.uuo.uo.
Buckeye Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Shelby, Ohio.
t. apuai, iuu,ouw.ou.
Citizens' Insurance Company, . Missouri
capital and Assets, $3;2,3ll.4.s.
Castner. Miller & HaisrL Affts.
34 Jefferson St., Toledo 0
B. H. SEITESe. BoUcitor.
S3-4S
T.
H. J. RAFFENSPERGER,
REAL ESTATE
BROKER,
SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO, OHIO.
liTABLISHED, 19M.
Wanted.
TO LOAN SOME MONEY in an established
business, Will take an interest or work on salary.
Address H. J. liAFFENSl'liKGEli. Toledn, Ohio.
For Sale or Exchange.
1C0 acres of land in Fulton Connty, Indiana, 90
acres lmjiroved. Good water power, splendid lo
cation for a GRISTMILL. Will ezchauge for city
"tJLSTOM" FLOURING MILL-Millthreestory
heavy frame; two eusilies, sa-iuch tubular boiler;
two and a half acres of laud. The mill is located
on Sugar creek, Sandusky connty, Ohio. Also,
an upright saw mill. Everything in good repair.
Price i,oH. Will exchange for property iu or out
Farms for Sale.
75 acres in Springfield township, near Holland
station. Small house, good barn, well, large orch-
vuijtivycinticjuu lime.
160 acres in Sylvanla township, within six miles
oi loieuo, ao acres improved; story-and-a-half
nonse, narn and on-hard. Price, tw per acre.
" ui cicuajjge tor nouse ana lot in Toledo.
1,230 acres in Sylvania township, near the Ti
lage ol Sylvania, and north ot Garden Land. Price
to per acre on long time.
20 acres on the Woodyille Plank Road, two miles
from the river, all undr cultivation. Large frame
bouse with fourteen rooms, good barn, two wells
uu cuuem. n iu exenange part tor city property.
Acre ProDertv for Sale.
50 acres on north side of Bancroft Btreet, within
a short distance of the Milburn Wagon Works,
will be sold at a low price.
60 acres lying between Dorr and Bancroft streets
20 acres on Dorr street, beyond Brown's addition,
40 acres in North Toledo.
For Sale.
Two lots in Brown's Addition at $450 each, on
long time, on Nebraska Avenue.
Lots on Broadway, lots on Jefferson Street, lots
in an parts ot the city for sale at bargain.
Small frame house on Division Rtreet. neur Fnr-
ci .ireei; nnwixiaini alley; wilt sell on quarter
iMjuicuu. rnee, 91,400.
Large frame honse. with ni
to a w loot alley, in Swayne Place, on Madison
BU rite, m,dw. v erv rneau.
7 acres adtoinin? the thn the MnnUIntr WnrL-n
im iitiuBiiiBviii", can ne naa at a oaruaiu.
240 acres of timber land, with saw and stave mill
MactlinerV all new nmr Klmnro rm l ob Khnm
way, ou very easy terms ol payment. .
1 WO StOrV frsmt hnnP rnrnpr nf Miaainrf unrl
Fifteenth streets, with 10 rooms, good cellar, frnit
jjiu suauc irees. L.vi 44 x i4U I eel. At a Dargsuu
A splendid lot on Walhridge Avenue. Hiett
Addition, 50x150 feet, $500.
A two-story new frame honse, with seven rooms.
?ood cellar, well and cistern, pas throughout, on
Dorr street, near Lenk. Price $2,500, on long time.
A splendid lot on Franklin Avenue, Walbridge
fmuiuuu, iiuiiuo, oniy
Honse and lot on Erie street, between Oak and
DaI. .4 V. - - a, .....
100one acre lots most beantifully located, near
Monroe street, just beyond Milburn Wagon Works
GO feet on Monroe iiiwL nfHir fh Vilhnm Warr.
"wab, i fou per ioou rerms easy.
UUSIKSS FKOPERTY 40 f.t nn Vr,nwa
street, oeiween iiuron and Jne streets, at a bar-
a.u. vuiy szo oer toot.
100 lots iu Uoyd's Addition, East Toledo.
Acre lots in "Wins Place" chflnn. tnaa in onn
Lot on Lower Summit fnrept TOArlin f k uw
40 lots In Markschf-ffel's Addition at nriro mno-.
For Rent.
Two brick dwellings on Twelf th .trwt tv.twmn
.nonroe and deiiersou streets. Hot and cold water,
oatn rooms.
Two-story frame honse on Dorr Street nr
Lenk street. Seven rooms, iras. well snd eixtm
neuL, per niomn.
Store room in Otiera House Block on Vrnim.
street at $1,200.
Brick honse on Thirteenth street, near Monroe,
H. J. RAFFE3TSPERGER,
Ho.1 Myers Block.
CONWAY'S
St. Vincent Restaurant
On the European Plan.
Keep constantly on hand
Tbe Best the market Affards.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES. GAMF. Ac.
LODGING AND MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
201 Summit Street. ToWn. fik:-
i uiu
Sl-44
Toledo Artificial Marble Works
M 3J T 33 L S !
FURNITURE TOPS!
WAINSCOTING, BASE B0ARD3,
General Decorations for Walls and Floors
CAMPBELL'S BLOCK,
Corner St- Clair and Jeffenon Sts.,
TOLEDO, OHIO.
S. BRUJGMAN 5 CO., Prop s.
-
READ! READ!!
THE UNIUVALXED
Is acknowledged
The Most Complete Machine iu the World!
It has but few parts and is alwava resrW in work.
Ttere are no boles to thread either above or in the
shuttle. Is perfectly safe if accidentally tamed
backward. Its liehtness and casv mnninir com
mends it to the most delicate. It is substantially
constructed, adjusted on steel centers, and thereby
avoids friction. It makes the least noise: has self-
KctliuK needles; never skips stitches nor breaks
the thread. Ia the most easily learned. Can be
instantly adjusted, anil works from 300 to No. 10
cotton. Kvery machine is warranted.
A LIVE AGENT WANTED for FREMONT DISTRICT.
Office and Show Boom:
Madison Street, (Boorty Honse Block), Toledo.
JE.H. IIAKKIXUTOX !tTana;rer.
Toledo Plating Works,
n. :ts summit Si., Taledo, O.
ALL KINDS
Gold and Silver Plating Done.
NEW WARE CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Particular attention paid to
R eplating andRepairing of Old Ware.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
34-M T.J. IIILI.8, Supt.
GRUBER & GHOSH,
Mann fact nrers, Agents and Importers of
Table & Pocket Cutlery
BAZOP.S, SHEARS, SCISSORS, &e.,
32 Monroe St., near Summit, Toledo, 0.
SIGN OF THE LARGE PEN KNIFE.
t"Country orders receive prompt attention.
43-
CRAIG, FLEMING & CO.,
WHOLESALE
CONFECTIONERS,
DEALERS Rf
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, CIGAR, &c,
264 Summit Street, Toledo.
GENUINE GOODS AND BE9T OP TERMS,
tr Country orders solicited. lg-i
ESTABLISHED, 19DT.
IMFORTEBS,
Wholsul and Retal
SCALXBS IS
ma m
Mode of Measuring Head. 6I Summit St
No. 1, around the head; 2, fore
head lo nape; 3, ear to ear, TOLEDO. O.
over neau; 4, temple to temple. l-44
ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY
McKECKNIE & THOMPSON,
47 & 49 Summit Street, Toledo,
ARE PRODUCING
f ORTRAITB!
NOT TO BE EXCELLED, IN
Photography, Crayon, Indian Ink, Water
Colors, Pastel or Oil.
For first-class work gems of perfection in any
size or style, they are second to none.
Specimens in endless number may be inspected at
their studio satisfaction guaranteed and
prtces to suit every class of customers.
IWCALL AND BR CONVINCED. 16-tf
FROST & WILLIAMS,
DIALBBS I.N
Ladies F.nis& d hz:i hi
WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS,
Picture, and Picture Frames,
Plain and Decorative Wall Paper
The Best and Cheapest House in the City.
147 Summit Street., TOLEDO, OHIO,
tw Those Tisiting the Corn
largely by giving them a eali.
City Will profit
13-30
FOH.D,
MANUFACTURER OP
GENTS' SILK HATS
69 Summit Street, Toledo
Retailed
PR I C E L 1ST, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
lnese Hats cannot bo bontflit by the dozen any
less, so you can save two proiils by eettine them
directly from the Factory. And if you are not sat
isfied youtcan return them by paying express
ESTABLISHED IN 1853.
CITY RESTAURANT,
ICE CREAM ROOMS,
AND
i!ds ni Mi . CosHi!!.:;
F. RANDOLPH & BROTHER
85 SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO.
XfT Parties vlstiflnpthefumnns "Corn City"wi11
here find the best of accomminLttion. the choicest
articles and tiie most n-asonuhle terms in the city.
In confectionary eoocls, dry frnit-. Ac... no house
can afford a liner assortment. Call to be convinced.
S APES!!
H. 11. PIXLEY & SOU,
ACENTS FOR MACNEALE & URBAN'S
Cincinnati Firs as! B:r?bProof Safss,
Safe I.echs, Vanlta, Dseri, See.
Patent inside bolt work In all Fire Proof Safes,
Second hand Safes on hand, and for -i.
cneap.
No. 25 SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO, 0
WALTER PRICE,
SLATE ROOFER,
And Dealer in
All Varieties of Slatel
OFFICE
229 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio.
(At E. Bateman's Store.)
Orders from the Country receive speclalattcntlon.
tr Bestreference given, and the most satisfac
tory work guaranteed. 32tf
SEARS & HOLLAND LUMBER CO.
aaNiracruREBS ikd deslkis is
Rough & Dressed Pine,
Flooring, Siding, Shingles, J
Posts and Pickets,
SEASONED UPPERS AND SELECTS, VARIOUS
THICKNESSES AND LENOTIIS.
Superior Street, on Swan Creek,
TOLEDO, O.
! Retailed I,
I Wha!ea!e p
I prices. ;
1
FILES, EASP3 Z. SAWSI
WHERE DO YOU GET THEM?
Save money and get the best home-made, and
warranted, by calling on or addressing
J. W. BADDELY,
OHIO FILE WOBKS,
02 St. Clair Street, Toledo, Ohio-
Established 1S60, and formerly of the Stubbs File
Co., fco!anu.
Old Hies rs-cut aud warranted good as new.
r Save money by buyins of the manufacturer.
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
For the Best and a Bargain call on
CHHISTIA,- -
Ol
81
SUHMiTSt
SUMMIT St
T0I rnn
"S T0UD0,
Round theC':
Bound the
comer of -
iff t 'OT W.
vefferson
Street.
(Up the Steps.)
AauriCTcma or
SILK AND KERSEY HATS.
Old ones made up in the latest styles, Rlocking, Ac.
tr Satisfaction guaranteed, prices lower than
the lowest. 4-
BUSINESS
TOLEDO, OHIO
(On the Manmee.)
APRACTICALSCHOOL
For Training Young Men and Boys
FOR BECOMING
ACTIVE BUSINESS MEN
In everything tbfit pertain? to th hutlnewrealititM
ot evrydj liic.
THE BEST
BUSINESS INSITUTE
In the State, and the only ooeproviding 1
Situations for Worthy Graduates.
Wk Cbauisih any Colleoe, and will forfeit
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS to any School that
will present a better system of Business Train;,
Business Calculations, and Business Penmanship,
than we use at the
TOLEDO UNIVERSITY.
To yonn? men we will say, eire as a call before
you enter any other School, aud if yon And that we
hare misrepresented onr School in any way, w.
will, with pleasure, refund the tuition paid. Will
any otAer Coiirct do thint
MULFORD'S
mmm
139 Suatnlt Street (Corner Madison SU Tolsde.)
DRUCS AND CHEMICALS!
Unsurpassed for Strength and Purity.;
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN PERFUMES!
With s large assortment of Fancy Toilet Article..
Every kind of
PATENT MEDICINE
In the Market, Wholesale and Retail. Trasses, 4c.
CIGARS! Imported sad Native Lsaf-tu.
Finest Brands manufactured.
jFS"" Parties having business tn Toledo will Hud
it amply repay them if they call at
MULFORD'S,
139-STJMMIT ST.-139
TOLEDO.
7
CHAS. BALLARD,
WHOLESALE AND BETA II. OISLSH IM
Sole Agent for the
NEW AND YOUNG EMPIRE
COOKING STOVES!
THE CELEBRATED
Burtis Hot-Air Furnace,
The Calcium Parlor Stove,
The most Perfect BaicBiiratr mil.
ALSO MANUFACTURER OF
GALVTZD IRON CORNICE,
SMOKE STACKS,
WELL PIPES, &c.
Also Bolt Mannfactnrer for the Fnlttfd States of.
THE CELEBRATED
n:n eats is:::2 nri,
The most Simple, DuraW and Cheape Fattmtr
yet invented.
CHAS. BALLARD,
Cor. Adams and Water Sti., TOLEDO, 0.
.JCAME'lsl
WOOL
FOR SALE BY
rv " If,
i J
.TSCHTOIY & DONCYSON.

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