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From the Milan Advertiser.
SIditob Milan Advertiser:
The third ftrmnai meeting of tiie stock
holders of tlie 'WLeeling and Lake Erie
Railroad Company, held at Norwalk,
Huron county, Ohio, on Tuesday, Dec.
15th, for the election of four Directors
to serve for three years, was well at
tended by delegations 'from- Wheeling,
Martins Ferry, Smithfield, Hopedale,
Leesville, Navarre, Dalton, Orville, Pike
Station, Lodi, Wellington, A'orwalkj;
Milan. Stmduskv and Toledo, nnd was
an occasion of great interest to the pro
jectors and friends of this important
coal road, moving along and gaining
strength almost daily, notwithstanding
the financial pressure, and the various
liscouragements met by projectors of
new railroads in our State,
A quorum of the Board of Directors
being present, Monday evening, Dec.
lith, a : meeting was held ' ' at the
St. Charles Hotel, minutes of the
last meeting held at Navarre, Stark
county, Ohio, Nov. 3d and 4th, were
read and the unfinished business of the
Board brought up and an adjournment
made to Tuesday morning, December
15th; Board met and transacted business
till noon to close up the duties . of the
old Board, and adjourned to 2 o'clock
P. M., for the stockholders meeting.
At the hour appointed the stockholders
and friends' of the Board from the sev
eral towns along ita line and citizens -of
Norwalk assembled in the large parlor
of the St Charles Hotel, and great inter
est was manifested' in the proceedings
by all present.' - On motion,1 A. WJ
Hendry of Sandusky was called to the
chair, and Judtra R. N. Cochran of
Wheeling appointed Secretary. Min
utes of the last annual meeting, held at
Martina Ferry, December 16th,' 1873,
were read and approved. ' The annual
report of the President, to the stock
holders 0f the transactions of tee com
pany for the past year was read, also the
report of th Chief -Engineer, A.- K
Robinson, relating to the survey
of new portions of the line north
-westerly fon XodL .the .continuation
of vork under en.H.M-iMcGee,
different points fully graded, &e. The
several report wer approved," f On mo-
tioneflerl wereappomt4d,' and" ballot
received, for the election of new Direc-
tors. PHfifb4 JltotOI!
lowing named persons were declared duly
elected, to serve for three years: A. W.
Hendry, Sai&Skyi fc. GJ SliaiBan,
Norwalk; Henry Aihsworth, LoQi, "Me
L. M. Roby, Leesville, Car-
Oa motion the toraaT report kof the
President to the stockholders, together
with the report : fiifi'jChief-EjigiB(r,
were ordered to be printed. Afternoon
session addresses were listened to from
gentlemen of the Sandusky Delegation,
relating to the onditioo of theslib3rip-j
tion from that city, and a definite un
derstanding was arrived at as to the re
quirements of the Company, before ma
king permanent location of the Road
from Milan to- Sandusky. On motion
the meeting adjourned. ' ' '
Soon after the close of the stock
holders meeting, the members of the
eld Board with the new members elect,
met at the Secretary's room in the. St ;
Charlef Hotel, to organize ; the iietr
board. On motion, tha following per
sons were unanimously appointed to the
offices named to ' serve for the ensuing
President Joel Wood, Martin's Ferry,
Belmont Co.? J!'."; :' -;.V
Treasurer Nathan Hussy, Smithfield,
Jefferson Co. ' ' ' "'.li
Secretary F 1L Cochran, Wheeling,
W. XZ VI L..J J iw
Chief-Engineer A. K. Robinson,
Ravenna, Portage Co.; ,
The members of the Executive Com
mittee serving for the last year yere on
motion elected. 1 ; -" J A
The business relating to the general
contract with Walter 13hanley, for builds
ins he whole road from the 'Ohio"'
River to Sandusky. and Toledo, fully
debated and correspondence between
the Board and Mr, Shanley considered
Terr satisfactory-as to the purpose of
the latter to soon appear and put the
one hundred miles,' from Zoar to San
dusky : tinder rapid construction, Mr.
Shanley having so modified the contract
that that portion of the road having se
cured $500, 000 local stock can be pushed
to completion from the coal fields to the
Lake. On motion, the conditional1 lo
cation of the road from Lodi via Spencer,-
Wellington, Clarkefield and Nor
walk to Milan, was made permanent
The business of the board having
been completed, it adjourned, its sev
eral members pledging to carry on in
good faith the work, of constructing
this important road for the benefit of
every town and locality on its line from
the terminus, the Ohio Talley, to the
Lake at Sandusky and Toledo. ;
President Wood and A. K. Robinson,
Chief Engineer, a Wednesday, made a
selection of a point on the. line of . the
road between Norwalk nnd Milan (but
within the county of Huron) ' for the
commencement of grading in said coun
ty. Mr. Robinson designs to lay out
the -work on and after Tuesdayj the 22d
inst, and permit the citizens of Nor
walk and Milan to celebrate the . break
ing of ground on the northwest division
of the road. Due notice of the particu
lar day and hour wiH. be given, so that
all friends of the' Wheeling and Lake
Erie Railroad Company in this vicinity
F. G. L.
A WEEK OF PRAYER.
Programme of the American Evangelical
llie Evangelical Alliance'of the fnited
States has issued 'the following pro
gramme for the Week of Prayer:
MONDAY, JANUARY 4.
Thanksgiving and Confession. Re
view of the past; Thanksgiving for its
varied mercies; humiliation for personal
and national sins. Praver for God's
blessing in the future.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 5.
National Objects for Prayer. For
civil governments and all in authority;
for the increase of intelligence, the pur
ification of public opinion, and the
spread of free institutions throughout
the world. ; . V , ... , ' ; ; .
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6.
Home Objects for Prayer. For : par
ents and children, teachers and guar
dians; for schools and. colleges; for the
Clirislu,, ministry; , for Young, Men's
lyiinstiau Associations ana; Bunuay-
schools. . ...i'V ) ir !;! '
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7.
Foreign Objects for Prayer. -i The ex
tension of religious liberty throughout
the world; the prevalence of peace among
nations; . the increase; of unity among
Christians of all lands; the subordina
tion of international intercourse com
merce and science, to tiie spread over
Christ's kingdom!. Jpj ,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 8.
Missionary Objects, for Prayer. For
the conversion of the Jews; for the de
liverance of nations, from superstition,
and for the conversion of the world to
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9.
Prayer for Religious' Revival. For
the churches throughout the world, for
their increase in zeal, spirituality,' and
klevotednese, -and for a- clearer2 witness
for the truth among them.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10.
A general iaeetiug in the evening.
Addresses by ministers of various de
nominations. Closing exercises. ' - ,
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10. THE BEECHER-TILTON CASE.
What Beecher's Counsel Hope to Gain
by a Bill of Particulars.
ticulars expected that Til ton's counsel
would appeal from it which they have
done, to the General term. Or full bendh
of ie gaieicouxt..The morning papers
. li i -it 5 i i Ti J
were actually Dewuaerea aoout it ana
trave no lutli to the lav enauirer. .Bnt
it was evickiut tnsughf roai foflowing thf
disenssion, Mu still more s6vfrdm tot
lowing the Beecher lawyers after their
victoryfthat while, tjiryisd tcewnted to
tbei jnodificaiion pennittic ; Tilton to
bring in the general confessions in evi
dence, they did so from tne Knowledge
that after all such evidence must be'con-1
nected by proof, .Lin 8Qms way, .wiui
specific dates, in order to be allowed to
influence the verdict. Their, object,
stripped of all eiroumlooction, and ,the
effect of the order they claimed and ob
tained, was to forbid Mr. Beecher to be
found guilty by bis own confession, at
times and places not definitely known to
the juryV no matter ; how dear that fact
rnisrht be ; f orcim? them to acquit him of
all offense, unless they could tell with
positive certainty the day when he aid
it . Such an evasion as this, so strenu-l
ously insisted on, has palpably weakened
Mr. ueecuer s remaining moral support.
; If .the appeal to the general term is
unsaooeaaf ul the bill of particulars will,
if possible, be again taken to the court
of Albany. It 'seemsj however, to bej
more than doubtful whether the right
fulness of this order can be again brought
before the court of appeals, after it has
but yesterday remitted it to tiie discre
tion of the court below. If not, the only
course will be a withdrawal of the pres
ent suit, and the commencement of a.
new one in the supreme-' court where
this whole battle will be fought over
again, to Btart with, in hope of a result
which will not be a bar to justice. I
The grand preliminary question, there
fore, on which, probably, the legal issue
of this memorable case is to hinge is well
defined and is to be exhaustively argued
and contested before it is done with, viz :
Can a man be convicted of crime on his
own confessions, when they are defective
in the circumstantiality required in the
testimony oi witnesses as a test oi tneir
truthfulness ? Or can he defy the law
and the jury, saying boldly, "I did it ;
but you can't find out the day I did it,
and what are yon going to-do about it ?"
JNew York . Correspondence ' Buffalo
THE PLACE TO GET
TS ETEET DESntED QTJAUTT IS AT, '
N; BARENDT & CO.'S,
Who bare all the Latest Styles ot
FALL AND WINTER
If yon give them trial,' you wDl be so well sati-
. t - -.
fled sito tiie result that you will not go else-
, i when) with your orders in future. I
And who make np all goods la th most approved
styles, gw&nttestig a goodfU every time.
GFNTS' FURNISHING GOODS
6 i ADAPTED TOTHB SZHSOTXi ' ' '
. HAS BENTED POWEH IN
BOWLUS & CO'S FACTORY-,
And 1 prepared to do all kinds of JOB TTEKIXG
on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms
GITE 111X A XBIAL.
SATISFATIOX GUARAXTEED ALWAYS.
Leppelman is : headquarters for Ladies'
Watches, fine Chains and Jewelry. 4S-51
The BestI The Cheapefti
. ami most Modern!
always oind at
Block, Front St., Fremont, 0.
Net to be undersold or beaten in style or variety
, : in the city.
J F. Bugdorif , Plaintiff, ' )
E.W.A S. D.Fisn, Defendants
IN pursuance of an order ot sale lssuea irom x.ie
Clerk's offce of the Court of Common Pless of
Sandusky Countv, Ohio, on the 4Ui day of No
vember, A. D. 1874, and to me directed in the
above case, I will expose to puniic sale, at tne
door of the Court House, in the City of Fremont,
sainraay) Jinurij cu, isk,
between the hours of fen o'clock ia the forenoon
and four o'clock in the afternoon of said day, the
following real estate, situated in the County of
Sandusky, and State of Ohio, and bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit.
In-lots number 481 and 4SS in the Village of
Clyde, County of Banduaky and State of Ohio.
TERJIS or SALE casn. AIJUraiiM.-u ai iu.
T.b.n mm the nmnertv of 8. W. & S. D. Fish,
defendants to satisfy an order of sale in favor of F.
Giver under mromclal signature, at the Sheriit s
office in thecity of Fremont, in the County and
State aforeaaia, uus xscn aay oi ovauier, a. v.
18T4. HEXRY COOSKOD, Sheriff.
FIT3 CURED FREE !!
An, nprwir mfferin? from the above disease is
requested to address Cb. Pbicc, and a trial bottie
o medicine will be forwarded by Express,
ThPotilTonrtbrfnir the ExDress eharces, which
owing to my large business are small.
Dr. Price ia regular physician, and has made
the treatment of
, , FITS OB EPILEPSY
studr for years, and he will warrant a care by the
use of his remedy.
Do not fail to send to him for a trial bottler tt
couts nothing, and he : j
ITIXZ CITSE TOTT,
fcoHatter of how long standing your case may be,
or how many other remedies may have fpiied. . , ,
"Circulars and testimonials sent with ; .
TBEE TBIAL BOTTLE.,
Da mrtirnlir to eive vour ExDress. as weB as
your Post-offlos direction and. t -
; Addrese, J ''',( - - '( '
n arlr allldiseases orielnatefrom In.
digestion and Torpidity of the Liver,
and relief is always anxionsly sought after. If
the Liver is Regulated in its action, health
is almost invariably secured. Want of action in
the Liver causes Headache, Cenatipa
tin Jaundice, Pain in the Shoul
ders, (ouihi, Chills, Dizziness,
Mou r anamacii sss tans in ins
raouth.biloaa attacks, palpitation
of the heart, depression of Spirits,
or the bines, and a hundred other svmotoms.
for which SiraraONS' LIVER REGULA
TOR is the best remedy that has ever been dis
covered. It acts mildly, effectually, and
being a simple vegetable compound, can do
no injury in any qutuitities that may be taken. It
is harm less in every way; it has been used for
4t years, and hundreds of the good and rrcat
from all parts of the country will vouch for its be
ing the purest and best.
Simmons Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
Is no drastic violent meaicine,
Is eure to cure if taken regularly,
Is a faultless family medicine,
Is tlie cheapest medicine lu the world, :
Is given with safety and the happiei results to the
most delicate infant,
Does not interfere with business,
Does not disarrange the system.
Takes the place of Quinine and Bitters of every
Contains thesimplest and best remedies. ; ; .
FOB SALE BT ALL mtUGGISTS.
49jl 67 I? iHnm Street, 3'eic Tork.
! Ptms can take thrne Hi Hern accord
Id to directions, and reuiuin lonjr onwell. pro
Tlded their bones are not destroyed by mineral
Eoison or other lneana, and vital organs wasted
eyond point of resir.
i5pt'paia or I nd juration, Headache. Pain
In tne hhuulders. Cuuclis. Ticluness of the Chest,
Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad
Taste in tiie Month, Bilious Attaclts, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lnupra. Palu in
the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
painful srmptoms. are tlie offsprings of Dyspep
sia, One Bottle win prove a oeuer guurunwe oi
its menu than a lenctny advertisement.
Vnr Krmnlr oiuolRinla. in VoUDe or Old.
married or single, at the dawu of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so de
cided an influence tuat improvement is soon per-
1- er InfliiMJnslory and Chronic Rhea.
matUns and iout, bilious, Keuiiiteut ami inter
mitLent Kevere. Dueaseaof the Blood, Liver, Kid.
neys and Bladder, thee Bitters have no equal.
Such Diseases are caused uv v uiateu Biooa.
Tkn m a arntle Pursatire a well as
a Tsnic, possessing the merit of acting as a
powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and
In Buions Diseases.
Far akin Uinensem. Crnptlons, Tetter. Salt-
r.heum. Blotches, S', ts. ntnptes, rusiuies, boiis,
1'nrliuncles. King-worms. Bcald-Head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas. Itch, Cruris. Discoloratiousof the Skin,
Humor and Diseases of the bkiu of whatever name
r nature, are literally dug up and carried ont ol
tlie system in a short time by tiie use oi these
Ciratcfal Tbonsands proclaim VtSEGiB
Bittcks the most wonderful lnvigorant that ever
sustained the sinning svsiem.
- M. H. HcDOaiALD Ac CO.
Druggists and Oen. Agts., iian Francisco, CaL, t
tot of Washington ami cuariton btM a. .
SOU) BY ALJ. DKUSUliXa UEALBB&
THE CLEVELAND HERALD FOK;
the yenr 13TS, will continue, as heretofore, a f
First-Class & Esliatle Newspaper !
Ite Giitorial Management will be fenrlpsa. tint-
couiruacu oyauy party or ciiinies.
MORMJfG AXD EVESIXC,
Terms per annum
AUDXESDll AD SATl'RDAV.
Terms per annum . -
Terms per annum . - - l 25
Postage will be prepaid on the Weekij.
Specimens Mailed Free.
AGENTS AXD 5EWSDEALERS
Supplied oa Liberal Terms. Application made
in person or by mail.
We can assure the reader that the
HERALD is the largest and best paper
in Cleveland, and now enjors a larger
circulation tnan anj paper in the cit j
I . ALLKJKDS Or ,
" : . AND
Executed in the best manner at Eastern price.
We hare fifteen nresses rnnninsr by
steam, and a large amount of Machin
ery Tjpes, Cuts, &c., giTing us unus
ual facilities for turning out work
weu ana quicE. t an ana see specimens.
Address ' ,
FAIEBAITZS, BENEDICT & CD.,
: CLEVELAND, O.
Having determined on doing an exclnslely '
READY PAY BUSINESS.
Has ailed bis establishment with
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
VThichhe is selling at bottom prices, Heinrites
all houeekeeperr to try them, if they wouldsace
. money. Me makeaspMiaitfot
FRUITS & PROVISIONS,
andalways has the best of the season. He pays
The Highest Price for GooiT Butter
and invites farmers who have a good article to give
mm a can. Ana those wishing to purchase
GOOD, FRESH, SWEET BCTTEE,
will, always find It at Ms store. In fact he keep?
evervthiug in the provision and Grocery Trade, of
the nest, sens at me lowesr prices, ana delivers
goods any where in the city free. Call and see him.
Tschumv & Doncysons
3 "W ARE
J - DrtMIP
and Examine tlieir
CABINET WARE, TABLES,
CHAMBER SUITS LOUNGES,
cfec, &C, CvC.
They have recently added an
md are prepared to do anything in
. TSCHUMT & DONCTSON.
Corner Front and Garrison Stsr
. FREMONT. O.
FOR THE HOUSE.
STATE STREET, EHEMONT, OHIO,
SIAXUFACTTEEES AJTD DEALERS Ef ALL KIXDS OF
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE FURNITURE!
Arc H'.r i r. i urvd to s'-lmlt a firt-c!asa liiiecf Fumitr.ro, ret to be surpassed fur Cnit-li, CurabHlTv end i rice, in tLe city.
V 11 ,v-x "-v n 1 l'l r.-i . .- 'i. . t:, . . .,- ..... v- . i 1 p ' . ; - tijs
Having recently sacceded to the Undertaking basinees of SPELLER & MOORE, we are fully prepared, on the shortest notice, to
rUIiXrSH THE PARAPHARy ALIA FOR FCXERALS PROMPTLY AXD CHEAPLY.
We hatfe one of the finest E.'arses in this section (as illustrated above). Shells, Coffins, Caskets, and everything in the line, constantly on hand.
57Hr cheapest house
( IN THE CITY.
) FOR THE OFFICE.
: Nature's Great Remedy
TH ROAT and LUTiG
h is tfc Tital prindjj. of the Pis Trw, obtained
by a peculiar process la the distillation of tlx lar, by
which ita highast modidaal properties art retained.
T-ijmix iaiu crude state has beaa reconwended by
conaoHysiciaiis of mry wckad. It isconfideady
odcrad to the afflicted fat the following- ijmpie Mjona;
i. Ir cuaas, n if miruftly Hcppxnf tk ctmfA
but by d Lustring the phlegm and mnutmf natmrt to
throw off the unhealthy matter causing the irritation.
Ia eases of tiid cowsu mcy-n it both prolongv and
render! lew burdensome the life ol the afflicted tunerer.
. Its healing principle acts upon the irritated sur.
bxt of the lump, nitrating to tack dittmttd fart,
aUiering pain, and tubdtiing injlammatioa.
3- It svaiFias ahd Bmncuas thb slood. Positive
ly curing all homom, from the common naru or
nnmoK to the severest cases of Scrofula. Thousands
, of affidavits could be produced from thost who havt
felt the beneficial effects of Pint Taaa Tar Cosdial
in tha various diitntra arising frost m return or
TH 1 BLOOD.
4. It invifratH tkt iigutit arpuu tmd rtttern
All who have knows or tried Dr. L. Q. C Wis.
hart's remedies require no references from us, but the
names of thousands eared by them can be given to
any oa who doubts our statement. Dr. L. Q. C.
Wishart's Great American Dysprfitia PilU and
Worm Scoar Dace have never been equalled For
sale by all Druggists and Storekeepers, and as
ss. l a c. majors cea, 1
Xo, 3 M. second iiUaeTa.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Perer and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, tc,
- and indeed all the affections which arise
from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic
No one remedy is louder
called lor ly the necessities of
tlie American ueoule than a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Acne. Such we are now
enahled to oiler, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
tlie disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise
from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this cus
twioi. miut he of immense service in the com
munities where it prevails. Precevtion is better
than enre, for the patient escapes the risk which
he must run in violent auaekt of tins baletul dis
temper. This "CUUE" expels the miasmatic
poison of Keveb and Act E from the system,
and prevents tha development of the disease, if
t iiipii on tli lirst anuriUL-h of its premonitory
svmptoms. It is not onlv the best remedy ever
yet discovered for tills chiss of complaints, but
also the cheiapejt. The i;ujre nuantity we sup
ply for a dollar briugs it within the reach of
evervbodv; and in bilious districts, where
Fever a"ni Aoue prevails, everybody should
have it, nnd use it freely, both for cure and pro
tection. It is hoped this price will place it within
the reach of all the pofr as well ns '.he rich.
4 preat superiority ot this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intcrmittents is, that it contains no Qui
nine or mineral; consequently it produces no
quinism or other inlui ious effucts whatever upon
tlie constitution. Those cured by it are lelt as
healthy as if thev had never had the disease.
Fever and Airiie is not alone the consequence
of tlie miasmatic poison. A pi eat variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, anion? which
are Xenralzia, llheuniatisin, lont, Headarhe,
Blindness, 'Toothache, Em-ache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, 1'ainln'i AuVcti-.m of the Spleen,
llvstcri'-s, I'ain in the Boweli, Colic, Paralysis,
and dersnsrement of tho Stoinai h, all of which,
when originatim? in this cause, put on the in.
termittent tvpe, or become periodical. This
CtTRE" expels the poi-on from the blood, and
consequently cures thorn all alike. It is an in
valuable protection to imutk'ranu and persons
travelling or temporarily residins in the mala
rious districts, if taV.-n occasionally or daily
w hil exposed to the i:-.:'t i:on, that will be ex
creted from the system, mid cannot accumulate
in sufficient qua'ntitv to rip-n into disease.
Hence it is oven more valuable for protection
than cure; and fe-.v will ever suffer from Inter
niitter.ts if tliv avail thenisulves of the protec
tion this remeffv atfords.
For J.leer ijompiaints, arising from torpid
ity of the I.iver, it is a.i excellent remedy, stim
ulr.tin? the Liver into healthy activity, and pro
ducing many truly reraaiLable cures, where
other medicines lull.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Pracficof and Analitiral Chemists,
AXD BOLD ALL ROCN'D THE TVORLD.
PBICE, $1.00 FEB BOTTLE.
To the EdUor of the FremoiU Juuntc'.:
Will you please inform your readers that Inave
CUBE FOB COySTTXPTIOX
and all disorders of the Throat and Lanes, and
that, by its use in my practice, I hare cured hun
dreds of cases, and will give
s 1,000 00
for a rase it will not benefit. Indeed. 80 strong Is
my faith, I will send a Sample, tree, to any suf
ferer addressing me.
Please show this letter to any one you may know
who Is suffering from these diseases, and oblige,
Faittunlly yoars, UK. I . I nt- nm.
V. -: -sr
aWlfnfliiaanWlatalai Mil IM nlli iianiaiallaaaiiamjJ llajMI
Hard tear e
The Citizens of Sandusky County to know this fact, that we
have the only regular Wide-track
And that we have lately received direct from New York asi
: tiie Lastem i actonee,
Ul 7i Mm
Complete in all tta detaUs, which we are selling at
VERY LOW PRICES!
We would say to all our old and
you want to save money in
We have a fine stock of Wheeling
& Co.'s Pure White
We can supply you with Shovels,
finMnava nrvn t-tvt-x writnri anm
a uuft aim n uiwu tuc oupci lui iu ail vtUcxS , AiatKl
Cider Mills, Feed Cutters, Corn Sheilers, Arc, fcc, dec.
BLACKSMITHS AND SADDLERS,
Will find a full Stock of TOOLS and MATERIAL.
CANFIELD, HEDRICK & BRISTOL.
Is unquestionably the
Is a model of perfection, with porcelain ; or
copper reservoir, warming closet and every
moaern improvement. No stove offered in. the
state nas greater claims 10 puuuu numuvn.
Call and inspect at
THOMPSON & CO.'S, Front St., Fremont.
a tremendous stock of
new friends "Come and see ns sure I if
buying all kinds of Hardware.
and Steubenville Nails, J. H. Morley
Lead, Oils, Glass fcc, fec.
Hoes, Forks, Fostoria Plows, and
MnAWAw 11 .1.1 . TT
"boss" in the market.
LAWSOX'S CURATIVE HAS BEEN
snhjected to the severest te?ts often when med
ical science aud skill, and all popular remedies
have proved uiuivailiui, and has always been snc
cessful. In upwanls ot one thousand cases, a rec
ord of which has been kept, which is always acces
sible on application to the Proprietor, the enre
not the alleviation, but the positive cure of the
diseases specified has never required the use of
more than one bottle, frequently less.
The Cure of Rheumatism, however severe and
loDS-continned, has never required the use of but
three bottles. Common Jonns of the disease have
seldom required the use of mors than one bottle,
The Cure of NenraMa. In its most obstinate and
distressing form, has never required the use of bat
three bottles. Ordinary cases require but one bot
tle, and a single application has often been suffi
cient. . .
The cure of Kerrons Headache has never re
quired the use of more than two bottles, often but
a single application.
The Cure of Sore Throar, orDiptherlaln its worst
form, has never required the use of more than two
bottle, generally less than one,
Ladies or Gentlemen "
C. STAUSMYER & CO.,
They keep the very choicest teoa.
Sell butter, eggs and fine old cheese ;
Tbe best of sugar bought with care,
Lowest are they for crock'ry wars.
In baskets, there you 11 find a show,
The best of woodware you must know.
City and country to thsni go
l or well they know who treats moat sqnyi
Cash custom to receirs a share.
FRIEND 8 Give us a call.
We narante satisfaction. EvwrtiUnj besS any