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FIUDAY, FKTl. 12. 1H75.
PAY for tho Year 1S75 and get Ihr
handsome Clirgnin,"!' lord's OfTr-rlng."
DO TOU WANT A GOOD PXTT.tt
nd a handsome CH ROM 0. ThenSulj.
Mrlbc and pay for the JOURNAL.
Tho soldiers will ba' pleased with the
prospect of hearing General Kilpiitrick
on "Sherman's Mnrch to tho Sea."
For the pattt month, I'rolmto Juilgo
Wilmer reporta twenty-three weddings,
as against eightoon in the corresponding
month in lost vear. nroliabiv an iTi-
danoe that each generation really aaola
"grow weaker and wiser.'
Mr. John Ocheniel has recently dis
posed of his house and lot ou Garrison
street, and with his brother Barney, has
purchased a double lot on John street,
near Birchard nvonne, whore they pur
pose commencing to build so soon as
the weather will permit.
To our Farmers.
.c wuu pleasure we reier lo a
enterp1Ze just sprung up amongst, us-
the "Fremont Harvesting Company."-1
particulars of which appear in another
u,uu, mm ..k,7 un umi our
win extend to it
Owen Lynch, residing on Elm street,
was playing in company with other boys
at the Catholic School house, on Htjite
street, when he fell, severely
hiB ankle. Dr. Beaugrand wivs sum-
nioiioil, and tne little fellow is improving.
One day last week, a young man who
resides on tho Stoney Frairie, named
wois, was engaged hauling a large saw
j0ff upon which ho sat driving, when
uie wagon tilted. Wen nrst came to
me ground, tne imga log rolling over
mm, nut li providentially cangut one endj
another log, and only a slight bruis-iler;
wits the result.
A Narrow Escape.
About 9.20, on Monday morning,
Mr. -Clarence Close, in company with
an assistant, was driving across the R.K.
track on Birchard Avenue, the cars
came upon them so suddenly that the
delivery wagon only escaped tho loco
motive by a few feet. It ia no
that many trains passing that point run
at too great a speed..-
Fremont Dancing Club.
This prosperous club, formed at the
commencement of the season, has al
ready given six very pleasant dances,
the luftt. ftf Wlll'nll . nil Tl1AU.lov avanmn
being a crowning success. The "Li
Guard" orchester was on hand, giving
an excellent account of themselves.
thai the boys purpose giving three
other entertainments during the next
aU. weeks, which will complete
Odd Fellows' Anniversary.
Tho officers, members and friends of!
far. tmepliensiiu .Lodge. I.O.O.F.,
celebrated its anniversary on l'ridry
evening with that characteristic success
attendant on the order in general. At
Hoven o'clock over 200 guests had ar
rived, who in due course wore ushered
into tho dining room, Huckeyo hall,
where the good "Bailghtersof Rebecca
Lad with bountiful hands laid out a re
past cousistingof viiiiuls the most charm
ing even to the veriest epicure. This in
teresting feature in tho programme
-having been gqno through, tho party
next ndjournod to Uion hall, to parti
cipate in a "trip" to tho inspiring strains
of the Empire" quadrille orchestra.
Tho music was exceedingly good, and
Uie evening was concluded in a maimer'
that will asgociato tht - occasion in the
mfnds of those present with many very
Another Old Settler Gone.
Wo have this week to record the sud
den death of another good old settlor, at
the ripe ago of four score yenr and ten,
Mr. icholas Halbaisen, a resident of
this county for some twenty-six years.
Mr. H. was a native of Switzerland and
first located, on his arrival here, in Riley
township, where he miccoasf oily farmed
for many years and was largely respect
ed for his neighborly qualities and ge
nial society. He had a family of three
aons and five daaghten two of the
former being dead, leaving only Jacob
living. Of the daughters, one has
passed from this lifo, ouo is in Indiana,
and three are residing In this county,
viz: Mrs. Joseph Stubor, of this city,
and Mrs. J. bchwaiigor and Mrs. J.
Erney, of Riley. The old gentleman
quit his farm in favor of his son, bo far
back as 185-1, and sought tho exclusive'
quietude of retired life under the hospi
table roof of his son-in-law Mr. Jos.
tuber ana tliero received tlie mosi
tender care tobinlust on Tlitirsduy.sud
denly expiring while his datighler stood
by his bed side with nourishing food to
sustain his declining streugth. One
singular feature of his lifo was that
though bo univorsally known and re
spected for his cheerful and communi
cative sooiety among German Bottlers,
he never learnt to speak intolliggont
English. The interment took plaoe on
Saturday, at tho Catholic oemetery, '
when there was a large atttendanoe to
honor the fading of another worthy leaf
freah fallen from the tree of life.
Idifforpntj granat'9 .ana. TrluUt clover in
jpcitH, forming a txjlWtioit. If nny fnnn
kerf wife would Iiko fo ehlitii lift lms
in plant-growing, let her Wince
him to start his favorito grasses in jiots.
Tlnit Tribune. . '
The famous "Billy the GunmiiitU"
has been ro-deoorating his store and resi
dence, nt considerublo expense, in real
old conntry style thoroughly grained
from top to bottom. The work has
been executed by Mr. James Thompson,
a promising young British artizan, who
has yet been only about one month in
this country. More exquisite workman
ship, of tho kind, has seldom come un
der our notice, and taking it as onindox
to the general ability of our young friend
most snocpmful futur8 awaif hin
'the fair land of his adoption. Mr W.
Thompson has onr congratulations for
his enterprise nnd on possessing bo fine
a piece of workmanship.
newbeen elmrat.terized for zero severity but
Lven to 18 dogroe8 beiowtho tber.
moraetor on Monday morning showing
no lo8S tban u of u ,.hil(J am,
j there lind een a fuli of five or six
I inches, while some drifts would require
! foct to filthom ' uem- Thell.lt. trains
j much impeded.
Whether tho present "winter of our
discontent" is ever going to give pl.ice
to "a glorious summor" is a problem
we confess our total inability to solve,
, iu view of tho severe season
to us. This
winter has not only
Hnow llav newr .oft UB 8ince Chrmtmive.
Rut in the latter renpect snow the fall
I of Wednesday was so extensive that
the oldest inhabitant was induced to
irritate his cranium ere he could ulaee
Sandusky County Agricultural
J. I'. Richards; Townseud, David Ful
upon Kiley, Levi Cowell; Balville, War
ing reu J. Hafford; Bandusky, Piatt Brush;
Is00"' Adrtm n'"r: Madison, Cer
The members of the above society
held their annual meeting on Saturday
last, m tho Auditor' office, Court house,
Fremont, when there was not a
j largo attendance. The following were
elected now directors: York township,
Stuusmyer; Woodville, John Sandwich.
The old directors from Jackson, Wash
ington, Green Creek, and Rice, remain
in office. Gov. Hayes was elected di
rector at large. The constitution was so
amended as to admit of 12 directors
'rom enou township, instead of ten,
as neretoiore. ilie meeting for the
election of officers was appointed for
jnext Saturday 'morning, at the Court
Mr. J. H. Werum's Real Estate
htldmit emulating from thenbovo
i 8tlpmnn, and worthy the special and
Weif"1 Pprusa' capitalists. Mr. We
Iearn If"8 "fhl' wlU bo fouml conveniently
j Ver tllc National
tUPB'luk. it street, where he is pre-
j pared constantly with ample induce-
i mi nts to thoso desiring to invest has
j every facility for obtaining information
besides a familiar nnniminhinnn with
will lie found an
ithe entire city
and its surroundings.
man of close business
habits, rclial.li- and very communicative.
His engagement,, cover the'selliug, leas -
ing or renting of lands iu or outside
tho corporation the sale or renting
of houses in tim cit-v r,,ll,.,-U,,i, nf
reuta, or general transaction of busi-1
nesa for non-residents having city inter
cuts to care for. Wo submit Sir. Yc
rum as a gentleman worthy of every
confidence and bespeak for him unre
stricted correspondence from tho3c re
quiring the services of ouo filling so im
portant a position. j
- iai '
Tun "H. AM.," are undoubtedly the
finest and best oyster iu the market.
LnsniiK keeps them, where you can also
get tho famous 'Toarl" oysters crackers.
Front street, Fremont.
Theater Comique, Toueuo. Those
of our readers who are seldomentertaiued
beyond the limited capacity of the aver
age traveling troupes who may pass
through their town, will find it well
worthy of special effort to occasionally
visit the above excellent house of amuse
ment oonduoted, as it is, with utmost
regard to morality and interesting talent
by Mr. Edwards, tlie proprietor, than
whom few gentlemen exercise, in a sim-
uar capacity, greater discretion and ur
banity. Mr. Joe Childs, the stage man
ager, is himself a perfect genius and
marvel of succeiw. An excellent com
pany may invariably be relied upon,
and whoever goes to be pleased will un
doubtedly retire delighted.
Somk suparstitioue persons have it
that -'there is nothing new under the
sun, but our oxpenence has proved
otherwise. Let those who entertain tho
above proverb just once drop into C. H.
Kosa s excellent music store and musi
cal instrument deposilory, at 81 Summit
street, Toledo, und they will find
their credulence at once shaken by in
spectiug a new catalogue of new music;
new instruments and a new supply of
new fittings for old instruments that may
require renewing. For an established
store, thoy will find more newnes here
than iu any house in the city of ite
kind, the only old thing on hand being
Mr. Rosa's-courteous aud generous at
tentions, which every one who knows
him will admit are nothing new to him.
Call and judge for yourselves he ia an
excellent buaiuess man.
The Head Light Cigar, Boys, for Me.
The Head Light Cigar, Boys, for Me. Am—Red, White and Blue.
Tri fmoker 1h mart of thu'wtrrlr, itr
The smoker1 that son of the free
The smoker's the world's greatest thinker,
For smoking warns troubles to flee;
If iren'rmie fellow Tu'd nee, air
Happy boys to bullet through life '
You'd find each a Joker end smoker,
The boast of a good-humored wife
Then here's fo a fragrant cigar !
That oft makes one feol "abuve pur"
At busine at home on Ihe eproe
I ft the "Head Light" oigar, boj-s, tor me.
"Head Light" cigar, boyi, for me
The "Head Light" cigar, boys, for me
At business at home on the spree.
It's the "Head Light" cigar, bora, for me. ,
Few misers or crusade toarhera
Those mortals not like other folk
Few old minds, and very fow preachers,
Discover tho comfort in smoke.
They choose to be savini nnd whining
Xever plaveth tho liberal part
But smokers you ne'er tiud repining
O'er the pangs of a "but'.oiiecl-uji heart."
CHORUS AND REPEAT.
Then here's to a fragrant cigar, A3.
Few men jog along half so gaily
From the ali.jpl.oy to I'reairlniit Grant
At those who a smoke tnkoth daily,
Not heeding each demagogue's rant
To them knotty business is pleasure,
Dull euros they meet as a joke
At home they're a comfort a treasure,
For good spirits come with a smoke.
CHORUS AND REPEAT.
Then here's to a fragrant cigar, Ac.
Then here's to the man who smokes hearty
The lover of fragrant weed
Who panders to no creed or party
By toiteiting word, will or deed.
The noblest men of our nation
Freedom's proudest sons on this earth
Iu smoking have found consolation,
And freely attest to ite worth,
Then here's to a fragrant cigar, &-.
oiiuarm"B woHl or COlU' "llvle heavy,
Tho "Ilend Light's" a boss smoko to me
The "Hood Light's" the bout oi the fne 1
At buoitu'Bs -it home on the spree
The "Hoad Ligi.l" the 'Head Light" forme
Head in another column Close's
new advertisement. Excellent bargains.
Cnr this notice out and bring it with
you. Wo are anthnrized to refund tho
ea3U to any person or persons wjho shall
buy and use Faraons' Purgative Fills
and fad of relief nnd satisfaction.
Cigar smokers Attention. Drop in-
Stachmybb fc Co.'s, on Front street,
for a strong smoke, a mild smoke, a
fragrant smoke, or a smoke altogether,
They have the choicest brands in the
market, and finest tobaccos in the city.
It is now generally admitted by hon
est physicians, that when once the con
sumption is fairly fastened upon the
lungs, no human power can save the pa
tient from death. They also say that
about fifty per cent, of those who die
from this disease can trace the cause to
a neglected cough or cold, which might
have been cured by a small bottle of
Liquid Opodeldoc, or what is tho same
thing, Johnson's Anodyne Liuament.
TnE attention of our readers ia called
to the advertisement of the Iron Age
Cooking Stove. It is entirely new, be
ing a model of beauty, and a most taste
ful and complete Cooking Stove in all
respects. The most critical admit its
excellence. It excites the admiration of
all who have seen it. See it, and you
can't fail to like it. The extension that
incloses the reservoir is by fur the hand
somest attachment ever put on a stove.
and is so arranged that tlu) eopiier resor
Yolr tttu lrtKC'u " "ml replaced at
I'lr"s"ro- Its mica front, improved flro
bottom tuo envenient anung. ment for
broiUu&. " unusually wide hnu tli, its
smooth plates, closely fitted aud its low
price all tend to make it the niobt dc-
sir"b! 8t" you ''au
only by C. M. Dillon & Co.
Iite American Newspaper Advertis
ing Agency of Geo. P. Rowull & Co.,
N'ew York, is the only establishment of
the kind in tho United 'States which
keeps itself porsintently before people
by advertising in newspapers. They
evidently receive their reward, for we
have it from a reliably source that ad
vertining orders issued by them for
their customers havo exceeded throe
thousand dollars a , day since the
commencement of the year, and tliis is
not a very good year for advertising
While in Toledo, last week, we wer0
casually introduced to Messrs. EunwicK
BitOTHEits, of 5; Summit street, an
address we are likely to retain in memo
ry aud strongly commend to the men
ory also of our readers visiting that
city, as those gentlemen we found run
ning a most respectable, quiet and pros
perous confectionery store and luncheon
counter; where the choicest beverages
are obtainable, with a free picking at
cold collation, so acceptable to business
meu and travelers about 11 a. m. Both
gentlemen are very popular for their at
tention to business, geuiid society and
promptitude to the requirements of thoir
patrons. In the way of confectionery,
fruits, nuts, &o. they havo a capital as
sortment aud keep about as fine a cigar
juu ii f i!i iu lon uo. (.ova tliem aj
all when in tho city wo pledgo you
Lesiieii's is tho store whi ro you can
procure tho finest breads in tho city
also cakes, crackers, aud a delicious
line of confectionery. Front street.
How ouu you help it? No man or
womuu over did raise a family -without
incurring a brealiuge of crockery to
the extent of 20 per cent, on what it
cost to educate the "young curs." But
drop in at Stausmykb & Co.'s, Front
street, and you will find that to replace
Buch breakage will not co8t you over 10
Whoever yoa be, If you wish for good tea.
r ss Ortekena, VhoW; atgaVstter ot fruit .
Ite Rtanstnyer A Co., whe brat jestice do
All-comcra In prices best snlt.
Kbw Razors and Knives at Lp.mti
uaVa. Try them and return them if
not good. f7
At.ti kinds of sewing machines re
paired, and oil and needles for all ma
chines, at 5-7 Leitemman's.
Wantkd to EXcnANOE A Now Open
Buggy for Lumber, L. LKi'i'm.af an.
100,000 genuine hollow pointed Liin
orick Fish Hooks, at Leppelmana Em
porium. Those Hooks will be Bold
cheaper than the same quality of hooks
can bo bought at Toledo. Try and see
Diltxv & Co call attention to,
their Flows. They intend to carry a
full lino of Farmers Implimcute and
will slle at prices to suit tho times.
February 1, 1875. 0-7
Notice of Removal.
Hern & Scoville denire to remind their
friends and patrons that for tho moro
convenient conduct of their business
thoy have removed from their old stand,
Odd Fellows' block, Front street, to 19
Choohan sTnr.ET, the lato egg and but
ter packing establishment of Mr. Ser
geant, where they have largely replen
ished their stock, aud will bo glad to
receive all old friends, with as many
new as may lie pleased to favor them
with their patronage. 0-9
Notice of Removal. Married.
BHIM-r.l(.IIM-Hv Iti'V. T. J. Barher. Keh.
4th, 175, ni thi; rtfel'lr'i'n-o of the brl'if pun-lite,
Mr. W.W.iliim of W ootlvllle, olid Miss llattic
litalitn of tltif i.ily.
JACKMAN8AI.T.nAUOn At the resilience
of thenfhYhrtiPir niiniel.-r. .Inn liTCh. 1875. bv Kfv.
W. WliillliiKtou, Mr. .Itieseo Jarkninii anil MiBi
uorui-lla Maltalmufii, holli oi tins cily.
l 'titircli. In Hits cilv, l.y tiit IK Knthitr O'l 'nils-
Viiith Vf this city ' ",u " -,1"rJ uarron,
Dr. Hoscliee's German Syrup Cough
no more! How much joy is there in every
household to know that they can at last pro
cure a remedy for nny oase of coughs, severe
colds settled on the breast, Consumption, or
any disease of the Throat and Lungs that it
certain to cure. It is a satisfaction to know
that a person is safe from the dangers of these '
diseasea-au you need do is to 8o to
DrngStoreof Thomas, Grund A Lang, andix-.-AV&.l-p.-
get a bottle of Boschee's Herman 8yrut; twoi
or three doses will relieve you at once. 11
you doubt what we soy in print get a sam
ple bottle for 10 cents aud try it, or a regular
aize tor 75 cents. For sale by druggists every,
TO AGGRAVATE DYSPEPSIA infjojtloe 0,1-
cohol into the Btomneb, and thereby rob
the digestive fluid of ite solvent power.
Saturate a piece of bread aud meat with
ffaatrio juice, and it will dissolve. This
is digestion. Add to such a mixture a
a little aleohol and it will not dissolve.
This illustrates indigestion. Beware,
then, ye dyspeptic, of tinctures, iufus
ions, or decoctions containing Bpirituous
liquors. Shun all Bitch ram tonics, and
rely solely ou Dr. Walker's Yikeqah
BriTEiis, the finest herbal invigorant
known, and free frorn tho lirey ciuso of
Good Health How to Get It.
Tiike oe'!.!cvMn;lT i f( w dnsra of IIOOIT.A "JITS
OKKMA.N liii'i'HUN. It ivi tour to tin- sl-mi-
a:li. laiiliti-tli.?thu iMiri.'Hth.n nnd iifiiiiibitlciu nl
food, io net-i-Sbury u, tin, nouii-'titm-nt ol the Itotiv.
II rcirilluti-s th; bv.vjl. turi-vil,,' oil llii-lunl m,it.
ler t'lat Wintid oth- rv.i-'O Inu ilr Uui action nf lti
i.iver sun cornifii, rue iiioiwi, in miik-i nr ronl Krnp-t
limit, out'tit-ivi; ir.-ulli, Mck i,-al:irlu-, I
Uiml-r, .JatitKtiri-, Itiu-kai-lip, Nfrvou l)v
.-lii'l 1. 1 nonil ('ukii-.-p iiii'l Imtuliilitv.
1 hey art not us a ilnisti,- imi-L'ativ,,, hut bv
iiroitfiiii Hie dormant iutii-tioim ol Naliin-, lit
ii-'alliiy iirtion, nit'l tttu Hi-lliiiL- the i-Iialiiu-Is tree,
ch-uiiw anil ttoiiriti tin: whole cyHtein to vioroliH,
joyinu health, .
It i not a It i tn Hitters, but n pur. nif'tliciii:il
pivparritinii, tlmt in curing itn itumfumUditiH', w'.iu
inylully tfHtlfv t.i its wi.ii'liTiul trlllrucy injuring
ili.'nm; ami n-ntni intr IhmIHi.
Wi.i-n u liri-li pmr:iii' is r'-iiniri'il, nuc 1IOOK
r.AND'S l'OlxM'ltV I.I.I X HI.I.S. u.y U(Jt
pt-itinptlv, wiiliont tmin h or ilintrcx;'.
I'ropri-'t.Hf., JOIINSION, l(.,u,V'AY it VO.r
PliilinU'.iliin. Sold by all Drui'iriHti.
C't-ntaiir f .liiliiii-nls.
-- .'i'ltura la it , MiiowlH4b4he Ot-o
lutir I.hihii'-titH ivill nof rolh-ve
jiu.HUt-iUtig lhay will uirt uubliii-:
aiul no lnuii-ness whi'.-li :lu-y will
not cure. This Is ptrotitf lan
frnai;', but It is true. Tlu-y havo
nroilucvd murocuresof rhauina-
sin, neui-aljla, lock-jaw, pul-t-lirnlnn,
awe ili (;, rukt"d hrenstt, schUIs, burn,
Bait-ilieum, earache, &c, upon thu Imniua frame,
and of Undue, spavin, unlla. ic, upon animals in
uup )-u:ir tmin liuvo all other pretended reined ieu
luce Ihe world timnm. They are counter-irritant.
ftll-bva1inj win wltevers; ciippl s ihmw away
their enilclie, thoUime walk, poiwououa bites are
rendered liarmleca and tlie wounded are healed
without n acur. The rcclpo ia ptiblintied around
each bottle. They acll aa no articled ever before
aoWt and ihey aell bucaUai? they do Jutt whut they
pn tend todo. Tlione -fto now suffer from rheu
matism, pain or swelling deuene lomiUer If they
will not Ub Centaur Linimeut, white wrapper,
More than 1,000 certitieates of remarkable cures,
ineluding frozen Ifmhe, chrouic rbeumatiiui. Rout,
running tumors, Ac., have been received. We
will lend a circular coutuiulng certificates, the re
"ie, Ac. ( gratis, to any one requesting It. One
bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment Is
worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sween
led horaes and males, or for screw-worm In aheep.
S toe k-owuem these liuiineuts are worth your at
tcnling. No family ahould be without them.
"White wrapper for family use;' Yeltow wrapper
for animals. Sold by all druggists. 60c per bot
tle; large buttles, $t. J. IJ. Hot A Co., 63 Broad
way. New York.
CattorlH Ih more than a substitute for Tastor
Oil. II is the oulv sate article in exintfiico whb b
i( eert'dn asiiiiituie tha ftHxl, re-gulute the bow
els, cure wind colic and nroduce natiirjil ulcfn li
contains neither luiuetals, morpliine or alcohol.
and is pN-iisani lotukc. Children need not cry and
mothei-A may rent.
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored
Just pnhlinhed, a new edition of
Or. l'u I vj-m iI I'm (Vie
brntPii i:t.ay on the nviiral
run- (without mediLin-') of Si-k tm .itoiihiihk or
Seminal wuukiies, lnvuhintHiy S-nijnnl LotHes,
Imi'otekcy, also Consumi'tium, Kimi.kvht and
Fits, induced by self-iudulgrncu or sexual extruv.
l'ricc, iu a sealed envelop, only Fir rent,?.
'J'iie celehruted author in thin vuluaVle Kr-sjiy,
learlv di'iiioiiHtriites. iroui a thirtv vears taiici-i'-'ai.
ful ructice, that the Hliiriuiug cunHeqtu-nces of
self-abuse muv be radically cured without the dan
gerous use of in tenia! medicine or (he application
of the knife; poiutiug out a mode of cure at oiiee
simple, c.rfctin and effectual, bv means ol which
every aulferer, no matter what ids condition may
ne, may cure himself cheaDlv. urivate v. umi m.il.
This Lecture ahould be In the banda of e-
ery youth and every mau in the land.
Hunt UlHlcr MnI. In & nlnfn r-nvn him t anv
dreaa, punt-paid, on receipt of alx centa or two
aiAUipa, Adiireaa the r'ubliKherfi,
(ih a h. j. n Trr.TW Ann
107 2touryt Jfrw Xvrk, .Poat-gfflce box, 4SH9
theisonie consiieraDie degree ot
it - i . r-p a
W UU-iiUiUWiSiS, Uldb A 1116110,
The American Cardine Company.
' The American Sardine Oo.V Boneless "!ar
flines.are much better, and less than half the
cist of imported Sardines.' H-yl
Dorr & Bon are offering a really atlract
We line ot Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cur
Kid button and lace boots. Call and ate them
SEU-nTTTNO patterns of garments in
the latest fashions. Stamping done to
order, at L. Leppclman'a.
2tf Maky L. Camftrlp.
Always on hand, tha newest styles of
Linen Collars, Cuffs, Ruchings and Silk Tiea
Ladles will find Munson'a splendid French
Kid Uuttou Boots fashionable and exceed
ingly noat at lionn A 8o's, Front street.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
The undersigned ia prepared to deliver the
best hard coal within the nitv nf Fremont at
,h fii,i ,. ,,niii friKr ni.
Chestnut ... (9 2!
Stove coal ... 950
Also Fittsburg and Blossburg Soft Coal on
hand, and for sale at tha lowest rates. Orders
solicited. John Teuo.
Fremont, O., October 15, 1ST.
Gents', youths' and boya' Alexia ahoeSBnd
Congress gaiters, in great variety, at Dorr &
Son's, Front street.
Ladles', Children's and Men's Underwear,
a full stock, at from 35c up, at
Table Linens, Towels and Napkins, a full
line at low prices, at J. JOSEPH'S.
Xiadies' and Misses' slippers, for the holi
day season, the neatest and most elpg,int we
ever sew, are on off-rr at Dorr Sos'fi, Front
street, Fremont. Their line of gent's strong
boots, for winter wear, also excel anything we
have jot seen in tho market.
To the Public.
And especially those who intend to m.r.
chase a lot for a residence, I wish to announce
that I have sub-divided a tract of laud ad
joining the Fair Grounds into4S half-acre lots
offer them for sole. Tho improve
ments of Nurth Center street will brini them
i nearer u uie nusineas portion o the city than
: any other suDurhau property in tne market,
: Look ot them before you buy. l'ricc 130 per
lot. Oscab Bai.j,.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
It has become a proverb
ial couplet, not without
in need is a friend indeed;"
which sentiment, at this
distressing season of the
year, it would le impossi
ble to more appropriately
apply than to "McCulloch's
Compound Balsam of Hoar
hound," for coughs, colds,
croup, influenza, Asthma
and hos.rseness. Unlike
most Patent Medicines it is
perfectly safe and reliable,
"being dispensed from a pri
vate formula by Mr. McCul
lcch, himself. . It has noT7
SSstooathe test cf over thirty
ttq rC 1 n n TnTTt Tl o lr
VCOflO (AiiU lUVullUrJl.y
- m . ,
TjiOVGCL GUICCIOIIS IS pi P3,C
x- w H
J.j.i1 T -i i o
d,ub vu taKe. ana lis censn-
cial effects are almost im-
. . , .
mediate. Those who may
be suffering from the char -
acteristic ailments conse -
quent, on the
a 4 rCfitt
veather we are
Wv v rVi. UtJUll W
J s ama js aaam VaAAm- mamMam 2
IHSrS IS HO DGttGrCOnilDOUHCl
. . - . . 7. r T. .
to be ODtainea, tnan
to keep constantly in the
house, as it is equally!
adapted to .tne- constitu
tions of children as adults.
Try a bottle, and become!.
convinced. : For sale at
C.R. McCULLOCH'S, No. 3
Buckland's old Block, Fre
Tha most wonderful Dlst-overr of Ilic 19lh Ceulury.
13 It. S- I). HOWE'S
And Diseases ot tha THHOAT, CIIEST, lull
The only Medicine of tlie kind in the world. )
A Substitute fur Cod Liver Oil.
Permanently cures AiUhma, Bronchitis, Incipient
CoiiBuiaulion, Lose of Voice, bliorlneas of Breath
CaLarrli, Croup, t.'ouLrhs, L'ol.ls, ic, in a few duva.
likeaatigie. Trice $t pur bottle. ALSO,
Dr. S. 2D, ITOWE'a
Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier,
Which DIKI-'KltS from all other preparations in i tt
Immeoiate action ukiu the
It is purely vegetable, and cleanses the svstem ol
ill! impurities, builds it ritrht up, and mrikcs I'ure.
lticb Ilo.,.l. It cured S, mftiloua lih.!.,a nf hIi
kinds, ri'inoves CoiiHtlputlun, aud r.-eulutes. K.11
"(iUMCKAL." "I.OS'lr VITALI I V," aud "Ultll.
KE.N-lJOWN CONSTITUTIONS." I vhalleniri-
the lutn Ccntury"to find its eiual.
EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
I'rlco $1 per bottle.
Also. llt. ft. IJ. HOWE'S
SA?. Liver Pills,
They cleanse the User aud 8tomarh thoroughly,
remoru Constlpatioii: contain no calomel unr unv
other injurious imircdli-ul, and act quickly upon
new ur;uB, w.mum prouuciUg pain Or WVUKUeaa.
friou Vo ceiita per box.
ahonWl us all three of toe a bore medicine.
Sold by BUCHLlNDtlO!, ,
sou Ageulalor PremoDt, Uliiu. ,
DR. . P. HOWK, Bols Proprietor,
UlChamberabt., New Ifork.
Front Street, Fremont.
lvnau Lnuiuo Avcau.
Note LADIES Note.
Deal's Block Front Street.
A full line of
cheap durable find
onn't lie lie-it for
lifting water. We have tlie excliis-
ive agency for the
El 0 W
tn J -i
which is rrmdo in the very best man
ner, lined with Gtlvanizod lion,'
fluCI providen Wltu lsuprnvo
provided with Improved lluck-
cts and Valves, making them the1
very best l'u in p ever ollered to the
public. A Wooden I'uron M-Iilriini
lever freezes tip.
Capacity 90 gallons per minute.
Nn 1 WpII PiimnQ
Capacity 53 gallon? per minute.
For well and Chain l'umps.
Wc also have on hand
Iron, Well and Cistern Pumps,
and Lead Pipes.
If you want a Rood Tump don't
to examine our stock.
C. M. DILLON &
FUEMONT, 25 January, 1875.
FA11M FOR SALE'S78
A, I now odor lor sale u.y M,iM-.lse
"i: Kod about v mllva'f mm thin nltv.
Kami, sitimte on the Port Clhtiim
Jfad about t.; milcn froin this city,
liumtli nt .Mimculiiu-'f Creek.
firm tout;. in.- iihont M aen-H
il. nf W hich nhnnr 1 'An m-i in
'cl"ared and M, acrei iim)Hted Imh), till nuiter jronij
.I'li'e. In eh a'upted lor rnising riiiu or -tork,
Hounded by the Nanducky river on the imrtli
"'"'I AiiiuciiluiiiM creek on tti west, whici
jiuruugn inn nunw-iiTiiiJoiiioiiot tiietuiin, giv
Lh II.., k...,ll,..t..r,,,.,.i,...l ,!,.., , l. '
IMiL'a iirvi-r latliuu sutiniy l water mik of
inv- ii iit-viT iHiutttf su iniv oi water Ml ot uasv
""" .MyiTopof whent.coHi mi ,i-ts.
tins ri-iuHiti will i-ompur.-Uvoralily w ith sny oll.i-r
two story frame In uhl? f it unU'd iieitr tin h:iiiV: ol
'he r:vi-r in a uii e grove of young lorent trees, nnd
....... . ... ..,1,1,1m.-,1,,l,H
ere is a small orchard of wi-ll
n heiariitL'. nnd a Mn:tiiiiii' nt
neanng grhev;ues. Ac. mid a go- d mud to F
In"f,t linga stone road pan of the disijmei. It
iaei nn locution is tucb, iieing in ihe mi
"'K"1 improved farms, on oueot ll lradiLg
locution ia tucb, lieing in the and ft of!
n proved farm!', on oueot the U-adiLL roada.
" "x" ' 11111 K
m thin city, nuikcrt it ti tdece of proiwrriy that
II fUlVMi). in v-.ln.. rn..lllv it it t..L t..; .....
l,li"tlM ol u Pnol farmer. I oiur ibis proper, v firi
the next iUxinye ut the Jow i-rice oi ;t per acre, i
iUTve housiiDd doi i. m d ow ii. halanceiu two e-pial
a!,,,t,:ilP.vD". withmxnercent InterePtpava-l
hhMiuiiUHllv. It not sold at the exM.aiiuiwii
I offer the balance of this faini. roiitaliiinp- fmm '
,,...,,,,0 Mt, nuV, i ii i uicce
of land )olna my MuBcalungo farm on thecaM.
about 3ft acrea ot thi a farm ia the iMst located for
n peach or apple orchard of any land in thia vitiii
iiy, ia bounded on the weft and north hy water.
alo on the biuklof the river i uie iwlt .f v.,.in
Ml n fttl nrpni nt ti,ll .i..M.i.-. .. ft'i.;T- - '
"i " ""j" '-, " Miuriuiniwii oaiance in
four equal annual pnymentawilh iniereft uonuuMy.
Parties wishing to purchase eilh.-r or both of the
above farm, can aec n plat ot raid land at inv
ooice. ami will be pleased lo show tlii.ni the liroji-
fc. J UU .Ui IUC JU.WI U.HIIOU llt'.iriHl.
1. K. AMSDEK.
Fremont, O, Feb, 3l, 1STIS. 4.,
wb outy rcmciy evor diioovcre l that will
Poaititroly O n r o
Common forma of the. tiis.-.n Iim ...i.i..... J
i.t.icu iuu u 01 more inauone bottle.
jtt. Koi-ri.ic-nauallr 1'o-aKEi
AJASl-l M-.S ri.Ki ilJSV,
. . . . 0 PI'l"iU'i rorei C'H11
ii.ir 1.1, t- 1. TM. inw
WKHAl X, M KVIII N TOOTH
A. 111:, MCK. illiAI.At 111:.
Ilie DOtllo l U Hiirn i'm.AM
s:kvOi is IIK tn III . i.All-: tIACIi..
DIFIUfcltU, or e-OKM TUUOAT.
lrloo. Ono Dollar.
" If you aroalllictcil, sonil to your dnifcit
LAWSON CHEMICAL CO.,
CIaEVELAN1 OHIO. -I0LD
IN CITY AND CCUNIRY BY UL DRUflflHTl
'f.ij"1;?! kT 11 ', WOolesaJ. OmiraHsts la
jk very large and well as
Gas jsorted, and we are selling
fail.gOOdS at VCry lOW "DriCCS
jThis is no humtugT We
CO.imean just what we say,
Whkh We Will demOn-
jstrate to you on our coun-
iter- We vould say to all,
?s an ewlycal! whils
11115 StOClI lSIUll Slid VCll
Carriages, Buggies k Wagons
COUNKROF STATR AM) OAK P PIlKKTS,
llfivtnv ifriiit) pnUrifwd hn almp rt 'nrrcnfl
liin fttrllilii'R lor lining ftrni-rlHm wurtr ntk Uic
Ltrnllon of lb it public to bit b-. (tfad ,
1 lv on hand, in in I ot I ho het inatrf:.l( nf thr blt;b
rt (iHer oi wn-kmnMtl.ip, umi the I ni't fijlft,
I i ('all tid nxtmltm my Ptock b -ft.r iMirrhm-
itiK plnwhf:rn. A. OOn,
' 1-rPinont, Olilo.
I Notice to Contractors.
(JEALED rROrO-SALH M be re-
I yj colverl at the office ot the Oltr ! iW, nnt.l 1
iVIork, noon, of Monilny, Iho flret rf nf March.
MbTD, for pavlnir t.'roglian Slrwt, iih M,.Hns
Stone, In acvonlnm e Kllh tlie plnns. -i.i(l(-a-
Hons and pmillrs ..n file in the offin. of thp i.:ity
it'lvll K.iiRlue. r. r,id woik to he ciii.:MiMt rn or
I before thr flrnt day of Ai!Ri:if. 1H7.V unil t-t im r,M
for in r-ortiiiattea ot ItHlchtrflness to hi- inril by
the city on the rompl"llon of the nmr, ,.,,hic
in five years in seiui-snniml instnllmf it from the
date of issue, Willi lntireit ptvnliie S 'lul-rioniially
at eipht per cr-nt. r annum. Krh prop-iwl must
contain thv full name oi ewrv pirioii inteiented
in thp same, mhI mtlft ho rtc-iniji:)uiiNl hy u re
sponsilile surety that if the prniM,tl it. sur-jited a
t otilrnrt. will in- nitrreil Into.
Tho i'miii.'II rewrve the l irht to r; ;.'ii. .'inv or all
bids, rtj older U the tlty i;ottii-.-ii.
II. II. SMTIU, City l?;ork.
Fnimont, O., February 4, lfeT5. e-a
IN the Pistriet Court of the United
Hlstfs for tho Northern TH-trU-r rf o!;to. Ia
ur-iuuiirr oi .innn if,. Itftlncr, ItHltlrillit Iu
IHankrnptry. Notice Is hert-hvizlv. nt i the credl
tors of Uie said .lumen It. Jl. II n, r I ' ,i I hT llieortler
of sa'd rourt.n serond umltlilnl ip-n, nii i tinn of
rreilltors will lir h.Oil at thcofnV,. ,, Kra'ikltn Mw
i.ver, Hoiritrr iu Ilniiknintrr. st Iiini.ii; v....
walk, on Friday thcoth ilsv l Mai. h, II !9;r
at 10 o'clock A. M. AIo lliatI hnv.: lilcd my ac-
for a lit..) uitl...nn.. ..f :.i ' I. '
cliuriru from all ti-iliility as' oeeicnr
ill nc.-orilati- with tho prnv'slnns i
Acts. II. Ji. KI.NliFIUK K,
Jnnniry 80, 1S75.
i We have commenced re
ducing our stock cf
:and will continue the sale
luntil the entire stock is
! closed out. Our steel: now
i aRSfTPT.ftn iTA tlc'irlAr
ing our locks.
- - - WWMWiV.
Y H.J. RAFFENSPERGER.
LOOK HER El
No. 1 Choice Lot 01 Summit
Street, 100x165; only $5,500.
m- 2-Two teantifiil lots en
Summit Street, SOslSo feet, each
No. 3 Threi choice Eesidenco
Lots, cn Summit Street, 33x165
foet; only $1,S50 each.
No. 4 Four eztra Euilding
Lcts.carne locality, 25x165 feet,
chsaj as din at $1,4.00 each.
No. 5 Five desirable Eenidenca
Lots, camo location, 20x1 65 feet,
only $1,1 50 each.
Tho above lota all fri nt on firMMIT PTREKT
Hint Katlwa, Oaa Water aud rk-weratfa
Notwithstanding the extremely low prices asked
for the above properly, we are authorised to uftvr
TbllM payment to purctuuwra.
We haaard nothlna; In saving that Ihe prices
asked abova ara leartully low, aa tlie property la
all A No. 1. Do not let the opporlanily naaa un
improved. II. . RAFFENSPERGER, '
Sfe.l Mycra Block. '