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FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1374.
GRAND DISPLAY OF
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Donl Jail to examine onr stock of Ilealing; and Cookii:? Stow. Veoffer the Arjand BawEnme
aud Ar-aud Parlor Hi-ater, a? the best Coal Stove ever mane and the ouiy oue t.iat
hag given universal eatisCactiou'
THE MANSARD AND NEW AMERICAN,'
a not ii'nalled as tret-das? Cookin? Stoves. A griat variety of style? of low-priced Cooking Heating
e,n.i uv iv maiiufiii turers of Tin Conner at'.'l Mieet Iron V. are. ISmiders liaruwarc,
Carpenters' Tools and House Furnihing Goods in I nil supply.
C. II DILLON & CO., Fremont, Ohio.-
Vp's." rWe'iaT neat, handsome Cook Stove, with Low Cepper Reservoir, go low in price that
acj one Who wants to purchase, cant fail to be suiwd , , ! '
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OME-PBICE DRY GOO0S H90S
PBTTBBI c& HOWB,
. 153 SUMMIT STEET, TOLEDO..
(Mablev's Old Stand.)
Grand Display paU &rWinter Goods.
Entire New Stock at Astonishing;lj Low Prices. M
DRESS GOODS! DRESS9G00DS! DRESS'GbbDS!
orEES'S OWN BLACK ALPACAS Kitneca thaneelrti tanat. Ttejarisw.iile-
withpnre Linen cross thread, which not only adds to their beauty, but makes the color niu hanpahlL-.
Thevare of heavy weight, flue texture, and are the cheapest Alpacas i Ajaenc..,We are the bole
Agents for the City of ToWdo. W.&cy.M, Xo. S4 5t 4, o. '.!.... sti.-i. ,
ALL WOOL C SITMERES 1 vards wide for SI, (worth $1 4"! in all the new shades. EM
PRESS CLOTHS for fioc verv fine worth 75c. PURE SIOSLUlt BRII.I.IANTINE-t a mali ad
vance from the K production. ALL COLORS UIAGOXAL SERGE. 87 .Sc worth oc. ALL
WOOL SERGE JkSD DIAGONALS, very fine, in all shades. Dot LLK-KACEU BASKET GOODS,
, all wool very stvlish for Ladies' Suits and Jackets. DEAP D'ETE, f.ir Sacones all wool. I
KPiTiif. nim:is-In Blankets. Battiuz. Toweiinis, Flannels, Bedsiiremie, V bite t'ouirfer-
paBcs, Nottrsshain Lace Curtains, Waterproofs, elt Skirts. All Linen Napkins for (I per dozen, well
worth 1 3" ' '
thtvvtvo DEPARTMENT Contains a snperb line of every novelty. Jet Frinces, Beaded
A.sementerie Loom and Tass-ls and W orsted Ball Trkaming- very style and color on hand,
fcave made to order to match at shortest notice. 1,M0 pieces Bonnet Ribbons, from auction,
7 u .nd 16. PlaiD Oil Boiled 16c per yard, ulUilk. Xoa. 1, 9, 12 and 16 Groe Grain at SOc
A tj.ki r u un.t o i-hM will.. hirl;. ner vara au colors.
Nos. 7, 8 and 9, all colors, 40c
Mr vard all silk. Keal Bom.m Gros Grain and Fancy toahus. ...
HOSIERY AVI) I MIEK WEAR Ladies' Merino Sliirt.u alla firtra hesrwr, TSc.Jfl, $115,
1 S5. tl 50 to $2 50 Ladies' Slerino Drawers, to match;' in il !z, errra heavy. Men's Merino
Shirts. In all si"S, extra heaw, &oc, 75c, SSc to $1 25. Men's Merino Drawers, In all sizes, extra liejm-,
-v. S5c to II 25 Children's, Misses', Boys' and Tooths' Merino Drawers, Shirts and Hosiery it
.r Winter iv! Ladies' Fleece Lined Hose,tra length. Ladies' Woof Hose, regular made.
Child's Fleece Lined and Wool Hose. Balnrig;an Hoae, regukirtiiad, only ano pair
GLOVE DEPARTMENT Best Kid Glove, lor fl per pair, in the world. Josephine Seamless,
ier than Harris', onl4'i in all sha!. Very Fine Handsome French Kid Gloves evening shatles
lyfL-M perpair Kid Gaun44eui and Lisle Thread Gloves in endless variety. ,j
M-lv f Lo per pair,- M(iwsuuiiruiBuiiwic .uu.-.- .
?SHAivXS -VN'U ATEKPKOOFS-ln great variety, at popular prices.
' lil AtK SLK-5Jils and Pariatiros Grain and Cashoie iik,feBihraiii7tbe eelehrated Cash-4-
. .'i Poriuin hintr thi h.t and finest mnl-p. nf Klarl; Silks
mere Alexanaer. vasuiuerc uau, aCu. . . , - .
imported into this conutry, ot which we are the w!imw ent. for thim My e call yonr at
tention to the Superior Finish and Brilliant Luster of these goods, which ere now beta? sold by all the
Leadine Retail Houses in Kew York. These Silks retain their color perft!y until worn out, and DO
TCOT CRCK OR BREAK. We also wish to cail your attention to our extensive stock of
FOREIGN DRESS FABRICS Embracing the LATEST NOVELTIES from French, British and
Germiui LOOMS, together with the usual variety of American Dress Goods, all of which we offer
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES!
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ELotl Estate grout,
Office No. 4 Anderson Block, (over 131 Summit St.), Toledo.
An IMPROVED FARM, containing 160 acres of
ftrst class black iakd 50 acres onder sood culti
vation, balance heavy tlml) er, consisting of beech,
maple, oak. ash, Ac; nice new frame house, good
bam and other out-baildings, good board and rail
fences; line yonng orchard of 100 choice fruit tree;
&lao a kevkb TAiLiMd stream of water running
through the premises. Lies in Barry CO., Mich.,
first-class neighborhood, convenient to good
schools, churches, railroad, post-office, Ac. Price
2S per acre on time. This is only half price and a
big bargain. 1
Sixty acre of rmprored hmonemile and a half
from Toledo; good house, barn, fences, &c. Lay
ing on principal road to the city. This is a capi
tal place tor an Investment, .race x-tuv per acre,
" , BESIDEJiCE PHOPEKTT. :
A beautiful frame House and larere Lot on Mul
berry street. Kine rooms, and cellar, cistern, 6c.
Honse newly papered, and painted inside and out.
Only 4,500. One-fourth payment. This property
is wortn over o,uuv.
Fine brick basement Residence containing
rooms, on 0 1 AKIO street, large nncK Darn
lot, everything in first-class order. t,010, on easy
terms, uost ti,oJU in cash two years ago. owner
needs the money In business is the cauee f or selling
at such a sacrifice.
VACANT LOTS FOB SALE
TOxlW feet to an ally on Irving street near CoJ-
lingwood avenue. This is one of the best loca
tions in the city. Price only $-4,000 on time.
One of the most beautiful Lots in the city, cov
ered with native trees, 50x14 feet on corner
Bancroft and Putnum streets. V per toot, front
tar Vacant Lots in all parts of the city for from
1 100 up to i io,ow.
Lts in 'LiKCITY7ann?MX3Jl ATT AN.
Au luus vl pn.t,Etj uuu.auiijr &eJb uu uuia.
Beal Estate Agent, over 131 Summit at., Teledo;
To Foreign Subscribers.
After tie jfrsi of January tee shall
have to prepay the postage on all
papers GOIXG OUT OF TEE
COUNTY. Subscribers at a dis
tance hlease note this fact, as ice shall
only send to those who pay in advance
after that date-, as we cannot afford',
rait for our pan and pay postage
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL.
i Ceantiful Clirouio to Every Subscriber
Payiug in Advance for IS 75. :
Notwithstanding the large1 cost attend
ing the issue of the Jouknal in an eu-
largeu lorm, we mane no increase m tne
snbscriptioh price, but offer in addition:
tq:every subscriber, new or old,
paymg irom Jan. ist, vm to. Jau., isr,
A Beautiful Cliromo Entitled "flora's
jjjj fae ckromo,
This is one of the handsomest Clu-cmos
mches in size," which wdJiave
met with, and is sold at retail for s2,00.
Ti, BninTvii. rV.prAf.Yw. . u iuu-i.,
value for$2,00 the. subscription price cf
the Jot7BN.M. alone. CaU at the omee
also offer titiiat, excellent Dollar
Monthly, the People's J ornxAL, a 32-
Ld fllntno: -for.W'f.O Orth.lnmiiem
and Chronio and the People's Journal
and Chromo for $2.80.
TVe make these liberal offers distfiictty
Fremont JonrsAi. j. .S2.00
.4,00 . S2,00
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Fremont Journal. ......$2,00
People's Journal 1,00
5,00 - 2.60
People's Journal. . .
Thus for S2.80 the subscriber will re
ceive two papers and two chromos.
Copies of these Chromos may be seen
-a il.: rii i 1. u :t.rt nnn
obtain them. They will be furnished
the subscriber at the time of subscribing,
or sent by mail to any address, from this
office. The extreme liberality of this
this offer, should induce everyone
ouuruiiuU nutru im. j vuu gv uia v.
hi ul household ornaments, m addition
a merely nominal cost.
A H BALSLEY
Fremont, 0.,Dec. 11,1874. Etl and Prop.
The Journal and Chromo and The
Ohio State Journal will be
furnished for 3,
The Journal and Chromo and Go-
dey's Lady's Book, and Chromo
will be furnished for S-1,60
A Christmas Greeting.
King Christmas" is here, with rare fun and good
For "Santa Claus" youngsters all roar;
While wives, friends and tweethearts, for presents
HcCuLLocn's time-bonor'd drug store.
2or are they unwise, for whoever once tries,
A finer display to explore,
Wastes time, pains and money, to jnst realize
2s'one equals McCuixocu's drug 6tore.
There's neat books or toys for good girls or boys,
China, glass, games, or auyining mure
E'en albums and pictures will greatly surprise
At McUuiiOCii's time-honor d drug store.
Those "out of collar" with but just a dollar.
To those who can riches outpour
Are equally treated learned or no scholar
At Mcculloch's time-honor "d drug store.
Then all brush around, till this store you have
With bargains nneqnal'd before
And your praises profound, will ever resound
To AIcCCLLocn'3 time honor'd drug store.
"A merry, merry Christmas," and
"Happy New Year," when it comes,
the familiar yet sincere greetiugit is
mission this week to convey to our pat-
rons from the ever-reliable and time-
tried house of McCulloch, whose oast
associations with our city are ample
surance of the future. At this season,
he is, as usual, found the caterer for
ages and each sex pre-eminently before
all others in extent, variety and modera
tion in pnos. I Notwithstanding the'
extensive demands upon him from
fevery'side, feoettensive'was bis original
stock rnot near the whole of which
even yet seen the light of day that
store is still teaming to repletion with
call to be pleased
and you will certainly
everything new, novel and charming.
Whether you desire presents or Christ
mas tree decorations this is your store
and now is your time defer not only !
: gi'OVi-ing longer.
rort Clinton held au election for May-
i01 ou -uoauay last.
Merry Christmas, one and all.
The davs have taken a turn and are
The first week of the new year will bejrac
observed as a week of prayer.
"Under the gas light" will be per-
1 formed ou the streets of Frndlav to-night.
The Tan Wert Lecture Association i
are making nrenarations for a course of
Findlay Light Guards Company A,
were authorized by the State authorities
Kock Creek a sllort tijstauce from Tiffin,
It wejgns two pounds fifteen and one
thereto j jlf ounces.
M- .Dewitt Eecorder ' of Seneca
coimty, died at his residence in Tiffin on
Tuesday of last weeL He was in his
his sixtieth year. ' ' ' ' '
"The voung men of' Lima' aro takin"
I steps to form a military compmiv lo in
lOslS ;ouae: between ' ; fifteen and
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'twenty yeare 6f nge.- ' I
j- Boylimt Campbell, of tlus'place, havi
The Common Pleas Court of this '
comity will commence its session on the
18th of January.; ' . .
The contractors for grading the W.
and L. K. Tl. B. bpfwppn T.oiii mid Pike
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A mastodon's' tooth lias been found in
obtamed a extract Wgrodmg
section of the Valley road between Can
ton and Mineral Point- ' '
A' German' familv in Oberlirf have
: been en joying choice tea and layer rais
by to the grocery and" having'
charged to other part
A. disgraceful row occurred in a saloon
at Republic on Thursday night of last
week between fire- or six roughs. One
was terrribly bruised and beaten.
We leam from the Defiance Democrat
that Frank Kunz was' sentenced to the
penitentiary for life for the murder of
JIcGinnis last summer, near , 'Paulding
Furnace. ' ..-'' i ..-.' .
Tiffin has a man that ate two half cans
of oysters, one-half pound pf crackers
and five, pickles in , ten minutes. TTis
name is suppressed for the. sake of his
family. . . ..' - . ., . -
A fast stock express train has been put
on the Lake Shore road, to compete with
the Canada Southern, which makes the
run from Chicago to Buffalo in thirty
The store of Wm. Clark, of Clay Cen
ter, Ottawa county, was destroyed by
fire on Tuesday morning, the 15th inst.
A short time ago ilr. Clark lost a saw
mill by fire.
Jonathan Eagy, jr., who was recently
arrested for stabbing Marshal Gaskill, of
Van Wert, with intent to kill him, was
last week tried and sentenced to the pen
itentiary for lif e.
The editor of the Bloomville Enter
prise could not manage his new wife,
pinorama and his paper, so he has sold
pf,1)er rather than to dispose of either
j or V mma . t .
j Elmore and Port Clinton are trying
: to rival each other in large hogs. Last
Lreek Port Clinton was ahead with one
tot tlat wigied 650 pounds.
has oue that weighs 670 pounds.
The Normal School at Fostoria will
issue the first number of the Normal
Visitor January 1. It will be the second
journal of that kind in the State, and
ought to receive a hearty support. '
A brakeman on the C, C, C. and I.
R. R. was knocked from a car while the
train was in motion, south of the depot,
at Shelby, by two tramps, stabbed,
robbed of his watch and wallet, on last
The grave of Carl 'Wolfe, the man
who committed suicide at Tan Wert re
cently, was robbed on Saturday, the 12th
inst. The body had been buried the
same day. The robbery is charged to a
leading Fort Wayne physician.
On Sunday night week some scamp
turned off the gas from the principal
chandelier at the First Church, Oberlin,
but as the other burners were supplied
through another main, the congregation
was not left in total darkness.
A little daughter of Osnian Diver, liv
ing on the Perrysburg road a few miles
northwest of West Millgrove, was acci
dentally burned to death recently by her
clothes catching fire while passing a
stove. She died the day after the acci
Mr. and Mrs. August Sehroeder, of
Tiffin, had their quarterly row last week,
ended by Mrs. S. taking Mr. S. by
i 0x6 coat collar and unmentionable part
of bis pants and pitching him head first
down stairs, and then afterwards jump
ing on him, slightly scraping his head.
A fatal accident occurred at Sidney on
Saturday evening, the 12th inst. While
a hand-car with a number of workmen
was coming rottnd a curve it jumped
from the track, throwing a man named
Sullivan, of Bellefontaine," in front of
the car, which struck him in the breast
H.9 died a few minutes afterwards.
The receipts of the Seneca County
Fair for 1874 were 3,120 23.
membership of about eighty members,
The Fostoria Literary Institute has
The C. S. and C. Railvrav officials in
tend putting parlor cars on their road
The managers of the C. S. and C. R.
for a new de ok
The new tad at Sidney will cost $15,-
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000. V. H. Mvers, tne contractor, will
. - mr i-
loose from ?2, 000 to b"3. 000 on his con-;
The Evangelical Association of Belle
vue and vicinity Live purchased thej
First Baptist church for the suni of
ftti i r-1 . i t :n . m
J-ne vam OI epuen J-enm, ui ue,
was destroyed by fire on Monday night
of List week. Loss about 300. In-j
Sbcty-five thousand dollars have
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lram olu 14 oum J
in ovsters at present.
ing the past ten months for burtc-r, eggs
The Baltimore, Pittsburg and Chicago
Raflroad is doing an immense business
It now carries
west from 25 to 50 toi-s dailv.
Tl-e fotindation of the Lakeside Hotel
at Lakeside, Ottawacounty, was finished
,fw,Wv.m n hJlcr W.-11 i)P
three stories high," and it is expected
will be finished by next June.
In our last issue wrare tlie'name of!
the man who stole some clover seed at
Lpper Sandusky as Yerek, of Melmore.
Since then we learn thaf he was a son
lof preacher ColweU, asar Nevada, Craw-'
ford count v' . i-
A man atHamler Station,- on' the B.
P. and O. P.. R., a few davs ago, made
. iWh bv ' bavin"
ceath Dy liavin
passing along a back street; he was
his clothing canght in a circular saw and
being thrown entirely over the saw some
six feet froinf where he stood.
On Tuesday evening of last week at
Elmore, while Jaeob Newcomer, an old
and respected citizen of that place, was
knocked down and ST5 in nonev and a
watch taken from his pockets.
At Mansfield, a few clays ago, in the
case of Preston C. Nason vs. the Atlan
tic and Great Western Bailway, for
$5,000 damages, the jury returned a ver
dict of $1",500 for the plaintiff. Nason
was eiected from a passenger train be
cause his ticket was partially canceled.
A serious accident occurred at the
Tiffin Agricultural Works on Wednes
day of last week. Wliile one of the em-.
ployes was engaged at the grooving ma
chine, his right hand was caught by the
knife, cutting a large piece out of the
second finger, and the ends off of the
third and little fingers.
On Friday night, the 11th inst., an
.. j, ci,;.,i -l
about five miles north of Clyde, lost two
horses by being ran over by a train on
C. S. and C. R. R. He was driving
along the road when his horses became
frightened and started down the track.
Just as they reached the culvert the train
caught them. Mr. Shipler escaped by
being thrown out before the accident oc
On Wednesday of last week a fatal ac
cident occurred at Troy, on the Dayton
and Michigan railroad, by which
breakeman named Love was almost in-;
tempted to couple a car his foot shppedj
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and he fell upon the track, the car pass-
ingover the body, severing the right
arm and crushing the light leg.
A few weeks ago Mr. Ta
of Port Clinton, became 1
stantly killed. The through- freight
going south at that pLiee had occasion
to do some switching, and as Love at-
left liia effects in the ha::
Marshall, to be sold. Among other
goods was some whisky, which Mr. M;ix
shall sold to a party in Sandusky. On
'adsen, a grocer
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ands of T.
Tuesday of last week Clark Center, As-1
sessor of the district, appeared. at that
place with an order for Mi'. Marshall
appear at Cleveland to answer to the
charge of selling liquor without license.
The racing mare "Maggie Taylor"
was discovered in a stable at Urbaua
dead, having been starved to death. She
had been let out to exercise and had got
into a stable on the promises that was
not used, and the door locked by some
one not knowing she was there,
had been there four weeks before she
was discovered. Her owner had adver-
Ugj ijer as stolen, and employed detec-
tives to ferret out the thief.
After drawing the wator from
canal, the cistern used b-v the Union
Flouring Mills, which is fed by the canal,
was found to be literally filled with cat
fish. Five tubs-full were taken out,
when the workmen gave up, their
strength and patience becoming
hausted. The flues of the boiler were
found to be clogged with catfish of
size of a small dog. Even parties
had been stealing wood from the yards
of the mill were found to be scaly.
Three of the Baker family became
rather noisy in a saloon at Green Spring
on Monday night of last week, and
was necessary to call the Marshal. They
did not wait on the Marshal and made
tracks toward the railroad, .. They were
finally arrested and put in the cala
boose, but made their escape; before
midnight. On Tuesday morning .
I were found at their residence and again
taken to the calaboose. On Wednesday!
the other two SlO'eacli.
morning they were taken before the
i Mayor and one of them fined 12, and
Prompt to Contract.
We notice that the addition, forming
almost a wing to the Kessier House, and
designed for a billiard room, has been
completld by the contractor, Mr. Peter j
Johnson, prompt oa time, and gives
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quite a limsh to tliat side of btate street,
! Peter is good on a contract in every re-,
s J ;
The kdies of St. Taul's Episcopal
.Church purpose holding a Christmas
tree, this Christmas eve, in the church,
. towai'us wiucn quite a number oi pres
ents have been contributed, and it is
generally understood tLit the young;
j folks are to enjoy a very pleasant time
been!0fit, Quite a large number of adults :
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are aiso expeeieu to ue present
A worthy "son of ulcan of our cuy,
ently undertook to fat his own tur-
" vm"lmas V"" 11 !
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V Bome "uichh, ior company, m a
hen C00P- TLe lfttter bred the Cholera, .
alul as "r. Gobbler" likewise succumb- j
u3g to tliat malady, the man "withbrof.d,
auJ sine arm" Mt his chances for a
enjoying, a "merry Chiistmas" were ;
by degrees and beau-
tifiuly less -yet he swears by the nag
of his anvil that if another bird comes .
bls "kon grasp" . before Friday ,
ne 11 Know wuat 11 to oe a -gouoier l
uiinaeu or lie a oe goi u,eu.
Turkey Fatality. What They Think of our New Dress.
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ared in a quarto form, in a new um-
Kreatl- enlarge,! . Brother
BaLsley knows how to run a newspaper, ;
and he should be liberally encouraged. -
Coshocton Age. . .. ,. - . . j
The Fremont Journal is now in quarto
form ami Ls much rmj .roved in appear-1
nripi.. . Tf r.phlvrIpiprvAS trip iirfvccr.pr'.iv
evidenced .br these forward movements, j
. form and
j Fostoria B.eview,
m - Tr" a T !! 1 iti.l Nf
A. Lit-- A. LtT LilVUl, O J i-LL lXiii UVCU LiliiCii ,
with the quarto mania and, what isi
more, seems to thrive under the attack
wonderfully well, It has furnished it-!
self with new type, too, and is withal as ,
handsome a paper as one would wish tot,
see.-Summit County Beacon. '
We have received the Fremont Jour-if1"
nal in its "improved form." The paper
is a trifle larger than before but does
not look half so well. Shelby Co.,
The Fremont Journal' has been en
larged and changed to a quarto. Find
lay Jeffersonian. .
The Fremont Journal has put on
metropolitan airs, and came to us last
week a mammoth quarto sheet, with a
citified heading. Bro. Balaley will make
the Journal a success, whether we say
yea, jiy ur aiueu, au we u just meiiuou
j prosperity. Kenton Republican.
The Fremont Journal came to as last'
week much enlarged and more beautiful
than ever. Clyde Independent. j
The Fremont Journal come3 to us in a1
new and enlarged form. The prosperi- j
rv of the Journal is an established fact,
of which this material improvement
cheeiing evidence. Oberlin News. :
The Fremont Journal came to us last .
week enlarged and in quarto form, with j
an entire new ure&s. we cougratnnue,
it nn ita Tirn-in.tK. mill nn;mfi:il nl.ihrv
a ! to afforJ radi an extravagant improve-
ment. fSeneea Advertiser. j
Our old friend, the Fremont Journal,
comes to us in quarto form and consid-
enlarged. Here's success to you,
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I The Fremont Journal has put ou a;
j new ill.esSj mjj its form to a seven
j column quarto and much enlarged
size e are glad to se these evidences
size e are glad tose these evidences
of prosperity. & the peo-'
,! pie appivcLite the paper by patronizing
I li,iirauv.Tiffi Tribune.
m,.a r ' t Tnllr,lf.i 0 nni ,,s.-7
The Fremont Journal came out last
week in a new dress, and doubled across
the abdomen. The Journal is a good
paper, and we aro gjtd to notice tins .
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xhe Fremont Journrd is now printed,
i m qliart0 f orm with saveu columns to
the page, and otherwise improved. As
we helped to get out the first number of
the i Journal 2'J I years ago tins month, and
days upon the paper as devil, jour, edi-,
i tor, and proprietor, we naturally feel re-1
joiced at this evidence of its prosperity.
-Henry uouuty signal.
The Fremont Journal has enlarged
and adopted the quarto form. Bro.
BaLslev publishes a good- paper and
enterprise is justly rewarded. Defiance
The Fremont Journal came to us last
week in a new dress and enlarged form.
It is now a neat seven column quarto,
and gotten up iu good style May it re-;
ct-ive the success winch it justiy merits.
Brother Balsley, of the Fremont
has enlarged his paper and
and we are glad to see tins appearance
prosperity. Plymouth Advertiser,
Fremont Journal, which is now
in its forty-sixth volume, and is one
the most reliable news and Republican
noiipm i.i Ohio, has douneil a new dress
and changed its form from four to eight
pages. Such evidence oi prosperity is
is gratifying, especially in these dull
times. Cleveland Herald.
The Fremont Journal is out in a new
dress with a change of form. It pre
sents a very neat appearance. Sandusky
Much obliged, brethren.
The proprietors of the ChiUicothe
Foundry and Machine Works have re
duced tne wages of employees about 13
And sriil they crowd to the GitAJTD
Central Opera House block, Monroe
St., Toledo, for everything essential to
create a truly luppy Christmas. Me.
Pr.zsTOs's sture is constantly full of
customers and every one leaves loaded
with goods and delighted at their bar
JUrsic is now the theme of every
household call at once ou Rosa, all hit
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adnui'ably armomteu music store, Sum-
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nut rieet, iuleuo, for evervtliing new,
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.u.uuiiug aim uua m ooiig vr msiru-
mental music for Cnristiaas. He has a
splendid line also instruments o: every
kind the celebrated liEstey" Organ
and "IJj.u" Piano bing gems well
v.-orth inspecting and hearing. Call
Have you seen Babkek's magnifieeni
tlisriLiy of gxds for Christinas boxes
and New Year gifts? No house in To-
;do can e-poid his magnificent line. We
refer to the Lite store of Sherwood.
barker & Co., Somniit Street Ladies
ghou!a anJ tliev j;i00v.r a
f. of nlI beantiful
chaste and serviceable, while
eqluUv appreciate the beautL'ul an 1
f;wcil,;irv s' stock f or pres,ntatiou3. Call
If any one person more than another,
"i our city, Las contributed more zeal-
;ously and successfully their tffurts to
enable tne community to enjoy their
Cliristma-, cheer, it is our friend Dr.
Fsaxk Ckeageb, dentist, over the post
wuce. r or saeau. weeta past, whenev-
ciuieir, ne nas Deen incessant-
DresJ1,!? ?U mi
at tus hrne, even more Imsy than
huxe learnt-and nut before
" ls tune that tney may securo equally
competent dental attention at home to
wiiat it is to be found elsewhere.
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Christmas confectionary, in every at-
trir-tive nr.il niimitioT,,,! .LvoT-r,, ' t.I.
new fruits, the fuUesifiavared cigars and
wines of every brand, will be best ob-
n,l . TV 7 1 ,T 1 1 1 1
of i- -'E-OLPn & Bro., 85, Summit
Street. As wholesale and retail dealers,
this firm has become most extensively
,n,,,,i nr,i ,-
P1,U;a;. njoymg the
fU 7 Phasa
,fronl them 13 0i a character unsurpassed
the nurket For fine goods at better
'prices such as Ls warranted to nWw
do not pass F. Gbadolph & Bros., and
you will have ample reason for con
gratulation that you read this notice.
The Most Extensive Display of Beautiful
Holiday Presents and Christmas
Tree Decorations in Toledo—Palmer
and Hill Triumphant.
During the past three weeks we have
n .more tiUm ortluiary interest in the
"'- opeumg oui oy me
ajovefirm, whose enterprise has lead
them this year, to import their goods
for the holiday season direct from Paris,
Each week we were induced to suppose
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is;'e nost beauWul and last of thezr stock
sorely seen the light cf day, but on
Saturday last, while in tne city, we were
completely dumbfounded to realize the
jw.nv immMa,lrnv,w iprnn.i
we rew;vei' the assurance that evon yet,
tA17 118(1 oyL o?E?rED a few SA3rpni:3 of
tlie arioiLi goods they had for disposal
at wholesale cr retail. Though we ad
erably mit at were solacwL.lt -mmAlx.
I ous, an invitation to tueir score-rooms
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T-i"d ail doubt.!. The store was just
its'rned, appearing to remain so the
clay tiirou -4i, and ire began verily to sup-
day through, and ire began verily to sup-
p tLat alI Tule.lo ari(1 it3 vons, for
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m-teaty miles arotrnd, kul assured-
ki.l m nmbush fur the full display of
thc-so good-i and this was th:
making a decisive raid upon them. The
rnasmmcont sui-nrise hme. tn xrl.tVr. a
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referred List week, are receiving exceed-
iug gooJ ltrou. " also many of the
more ser.-icablo an d yet artistic designs
ui presents for ladies or gentlemen who
I desire that the gilt shall convoy a charm
; ft tQ favoreJ roc;,);eai
UCLS Jja lancy lan-s are Deing
shocked Irom ti icso goons in every th-
! rection, and if Pauier & Hill's noted
: home manmaotureJ candies-for which
g0 u popnlar-do not
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his,u"ulu a J "J nounngness Deiore tne
( -New Year it wJ afford striking evidence
; the firm have had to yield their claims to
a Christmas holiday in order to render
theil tronf) recreutiollg more complett..
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Everything neat and sweet, possible to
. oe uiamuac-uireu irom pure sugars, com-
j maud a position upon their shelves while
new attractions are constantly being ad
Journal, tw- .i!- m,a
torouguout join. western vmo, Aucni
of 'gan and Indiana, while the high repu
The : tation of their poods not infreciuentlv
ofLouyjj,,, for the sale even be yond these
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limits. We can certainly not commend
i any home in Toledo before them in
nome mantuactured goods, winle the im
mense and elaborate stock of holiday
goods they are offering will be found of
such a character as cannot fail to bear
out fully all, or even more, than we have
said of them during the past few
weeks. Do not fail to give them a call
to be more than pleased, and save money.
A Caltfobnia man has raised sixty
tons of cabbages on three acres of land,
and got $4,000, gold for the crop.