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l'ltMUY, MAUCH 13, 1875.
TWO Splendid Chromon, ono Superi
or Weekly Funvr and one Jfonthlt
Paricr for t lie small mint of fc2.N0. Ho
fnmfl, o poor but it can affor TU1IM.
l 5" ' Tho lino of di'feuee udoted by
l?eecli. -ts ultoinejs in very much like'
the "atop tUiefwrof the pickpocket,
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to Hltrrtrt n' tendon from himself.
I ", -.-
t-t. Democratic lgiKlntorg of Ohio
will hold on to their per tUenitill the
t"L""'( ii'ii. (Jarll. Id will go to (Jounce
licut t-' Klui.ip the Slato previous to the
April i'leotion.; i
tin t of M-iyi ' It is so uio to teach econ
omy forfivo (lolliim a day (luring such
tinier. The people will remenibor the
fact, Irnvevcr, when the next election
rolls riiiiail. . .
I " ijit i u minor has it thai there
will 1"' a v.iraucy
bccrotiiiy of blate. . Fish, it says will
succeed Ho.heiick, nt tho Court of St.
Janiei', and Hchonek will devote bis leis
ure thci-raftf r to self-culture iu the urt
of poker. But who will be Secretary of
State '. Alas! kiler reports say Uioie is
no truth in the story.
iu the pousition of
JhtV" Xhe Dcmucmtic Legislature slill
holds on, and only talks of adjonming
occasionally. They had a cancus last
week, to consider the propriety of ad
journing ou the 2'.)th inst. and though
urged by some of their most sugiuiious
men t-j heed tho result in New Hump-
shire, tliey adjourned without action.
Their per diem is of more consequence
to them than. the interests of their par
ty or the welfare of the State. 1 Oh: iho
House has actually passed a resolution
to adjourn on tho iiOtb.
The New Party.
.At C'levelaod, on the 11th, a conven
tion composed of sixty delegates from
this State, Indiana, Illinois and Michi
gan, met at Hallo's Hall, to'organize a
new pai-tv. The principles enunciated
in lldvAlli'o relntnd nnlv ii. An.ii.n.
bout which the organizers claimed that!
it was "tli:-duty of the government to es
tablish a monetary system based upon
the f.iih and resources of the nation,"
and urged the withdrawal of all State.'na
tionnl and local bank paper, substituting
therefor paper issues by thegovernment
directly, which should be a legal tender
in payment of public or private debts
and duties or imports, and be inter-
changeable with government registered
bonds at interest per annum. That
the inferoet on the publie debt, as well
as that part -of the debt which, by the
law crwaliiig it, should be paid in eoin,
should be so paid.
As will l)c observed the attendence
was not large. Tlus , first day was con
sumed in organization and appointment
of Coniuiittees. On Friday morning the
i'omtuitt-e on Resolutions reported
through their chairman the following :
Our (ioverument is founded solely
upon tin' consvut of the people and its
powers r.rrtsubject to theircontrol. The
evils wti now live under have resulted
from the acts of unfaithful representa
tives who have set the interests of party
above thote of tho jieople. These evils
are oliii fly displayed in our monetary
system a:nl the monopolies which it has
eugetuli r d. This system being monarchic.-'.!
in its principles nnd subversive
of republican government aud, as expe
rience in iiioiistratns that we can have no
hope of reform from existing political
parties, it becomes our imperative duty
to organize a new party to the end that
we may resist the oncroachmenta of the
money power upon the rights of the peo
ple, stay tho tide of corruption and ex
travagance which overilows the land, and
place the control of the resources and
finances of the country in the hands of
wo people. . . i
We therefore- establish the Indepen
dent pf,rty and declare its principles to
be as follows:
, 1st. It is the duty of the Govorninolit
to establish a monetary system based
upon the faith and reaourocs of the na
tion in harmony with the genius of this!
Government, and adapted to tho indus
trial and oomnie reial needs of tha coun
try. To this end, the notee of all na
tional and State banks should be with
drawn from circulation and paper money
issued, by the government directly to
the people in payment of Government
obligations without the intervention of
any system of banking corporations,
which money shall he a logal tender in
payment of all debt. Trablio and nrivat
duties on imports included, except tliat
portion of the interest and principal of
jjroiMjin puonc aoot tnat is by the
express terms ol the law creating it
made payable in metallic money. Thi
money to bo interchangeable at the op
tion of the holders with, registered gov-
Ycmmiiui uunu oearing a rate of inter
est not exceeding 8.65 per cent per an
num. 2d. This system of finances .will, by
stimulating our Industrie and
mcroe, soon make the United States the
depoaitory of the precious metals of the
2d. The adoption of this system, bv
fnmii.l.;. .iv...: 1 . . , . .
.t..uji.jg oumuMjui money at low inter
est, will solvq tha question of cheap
transportation, beeauae it will enable
the railroads and carrying trades to re
lieve themselves of their loads of debts
and lower thuir rates and enable the
people to construct additional lines
whenever internal commerce may re
quire. . .
4th. It is the duty of the government
iu ail its legislation to keep m view the
full development of the agricultural and
mineral resources 01 our country and its
oui. i mm uie great interest of pro-
duetive lndusb-y claim their iustreeosr--
nmon at the hands of a govornmenTof I
iua pet.TJio, and that through the mono-1
Iauv ftvuUim hera rrowuu-i.l 11 41. A
ti'iv-ts en U fully aeoureA . - , (11
t in. mat as tije pubiic domain is the
riyt.tf ul ht.ritage of the pw.ple tt should i
fmrftJioim Tml VwVrV,V,I for actual" ot-'
tlrr. ; ii it i'l t nin.jt
7th. That it ia tha duty of froT.rnme.nt
to eqtinlim the bmuttix rt oldinrwknd to
brinR U BjxH dy eitUrmwit all other
jurt claim arming ont of the Into war. i
.8th. AllriKhts, iirivilf-Kes and iiuran-'
niticft recognized by the government
'HliouUlbe based upon tha faot of citizen
i "'"i"' pfl,lal r!R,,ta ,H,fore tl,e kw boinK
.Hit I hnt wo insist upon and demand
I no.ve.rc rotronchmcnt and economy in all
I brniielun of public atTnim.
ll'tn. Tlio rttmn and harbors bomg
tiutli'r Uio jiuiftUiction of tho srovem-
Inient. should be bv it improved whon
necssarv to tho oomineroeof the people.
Wiu lluotiRh the moiietarv HyHtem
1 1'-T? ,l,P0,!i' th.7 wiU, MUb
hshed iM-tween the citizons of this coun-
Itlrv Clat WOKt 1)orth and south, n firm
lnnting bond of union by giving
'common interet in a common govern-
ment and bringing penon and prosperity
: to each and all of its inlmbitnnts. Tho
platform was nuiinimouslv adopted.
After the adoption of the platform, a
National Ejaoutivo Ooinhiitto' wfta ap
pointed, to whom was assignod tlieduty
of locating aud culhng Uin National Con
vention to nominate candidates forPrcsi
dent and Vice President. Tho Committee
: then adjourned. In the evening a mass
meeting was hold aud pretty largely at-
tended, , at which a uuniher.of speeches
were made and stops taken to organize
for the spring campaigu. '
Hon. John Sinclair, one of Toledo's
mont prominent citizens was buried ou
the llth inst. '''
' , Tho Brooklyn jury is said to be con
sidering the propriety of arranging for
a centennial celebration. ' '
An expedition nmuboring tine thou
sand men will loavo" Siout City for the
Black Hilli), early in April,
Instructions have been issued toaaicss-
ors and collectors of internal revenue to
strictly enforce the now revenue law.
During a severe hail storm at Corinth,
alius., on uio I4tn, lour persons were
killed and a number of others severely
Villainy has culminated, at Wausau,
Wis., where some brute, whose name is
not given, outraged a little girl not four
The Iavis House, at Gloucester, Mass.
was destroyed by fire ou tho 14th. Two
br,U'rs nnd two employees were burn-
ed to death,
One of the four infants who recently
came iuto the world at a birth iu Balt
imore died, on the 8th inst The others
are reported to be tliriving.
At Columbus, on the llth, a conven
tion of those favoring a recognition of
God, in the Constitution, was held.
Lougthy resolutions were the result.
Up to the llth the ennablingf act for
Wood county had not beon engrossodor
signed, and it is thought the intention
was to prevent a vote on the matter at
the spring election.
Eli Crozior, an ancient citizen of Del
aware, swore thirty-ono years ago to wear
the hat ho then wore until Henry Clay
should sit in the Presidential chair. The
venerable beaver still crowns his wrinkled
brjw. , '
A special from McConuellsvUle, Ohio,
says that during the storm . Monday
moruiug the lightning demolished the
oupola of the Universalist Church at
that place, hurling heavy timbers a dis
tance of 200 feet.
c4 i . i , ..
vii raamruuy , uiornuig last, ou was
struck at the depth of 654 feet, on the
farm of Daniel Beaty, near- Warrerr,
Peuua, The oil was forced up by the
as to the height of the derrick.- A new
oil territory is thus added.
Among the latest curiosities exhibited
in Paris is a dwarf elephant which has
recently arrived from India. The ani
mal is nineteen years old, and only thir-
ty-uuie inches lugU. He is intelligent.
and performs many tricks.
It is aaaertod that geese live as long
as the period of time allotted by the
r saimuit to man, aud iu evidence a goose
is quoted which was' recently exhibited
at a poultry fair at Ehnira, New. York,
alleged to be soventy-two years old.
Through the revelations of Arthur M.
Page, m Jail. "at fjoimubui flityUiouRaud
dollars iu bonds have been recovered.
They are a part of the one hundred thou
sand dollars' stole'd from L J-iowndes, of
Uarksbrrrg, W. Va.,m February last.' ' "
llie Columbus depot the largest In
tlie" State, it is not as long as the
Cleveland depot by four feet, but is wi
der by fifteen or twenty foet, aud has
seven tracks, against five iu Clevelaad.
aub uuuuiug ana grounds cost over
Near Eushvillo, Iud., a boiler in
saw mm exploded on the 10th, killing
the engineer, and a boy aged 12 years.
and injuring severely three other por-
aons. A piece of the boiler struck
house 200 yards distant, and nearly de
Vr. H. W. labby, a practitioner weU
Known in some portions of Ohio, and
formerly an iinmate of the Penitentiary
for abortion, has just been bound for
trial for another offense of the same sort.
in which case the woman, living near
Cleveland, died last week.
Still further encouraging nows from
the Black Hills. Four more miners have
arrived this time at Cheyenne with
"pockets full of rocks," and represent
the gold digging to be "lovely." One
hundred dollars a day can be readily re.
alized dy an energetic worker.
'. Mr NeflTs bill to encourage railroad
companies to erect and sustain alarms
aiid signals at all sb-eef and road" oross-
logs. The' carelessness iu this countrv
. i. r. ., , , , country
5rJ V5 nulro W been
Z 7 remans 'ana cnticuiui by
;,lKiiropcaus who have tmveled in Amer-
atid with justice, as tlie many deaths
' wiu prove. The
'J"? 8 hiwa we have wi this sXibjeet
"IToliu J." Yalonfcine, Suprrititanilnnt of
the Bullion Department of Wells, Fargo
ACo.'s Express," has prepared a talile of
the bullion production of the Taoiflo
ooast, in which lie places tho aggregate
at 174,401,000,, ',''-",. ' V . !
A gontleman iu itn Josquln county,
California, owns a flock of 2,01)0 ewe
sheep. 1,300 of wliicli had 2,400 lambs
this season; thus increasing the flock
120 per cent. Nearly all of tho sheep
produced twins, and 20 of them produced
A few days ago w party ' of youug la
dies went into the shaft of a coal mine,
near Jlnssilon, Ohio. While thoy were
there, something got wrong with the
hoisting aparattta; and they were com
poiiea to spend tlio uiglit "down in a
coal mine, underneath tho ground."
At Chicago on Monday,' an "Italian
named Malinski, was arrested on suspi
cion of having iHiisolied his wifo aud
family. His wifo and youngest cliild
wore dead on Monday morning; and two
others woro .expected to die. One child
only, it is thought, would recover. - ;
It is charged that Postmaster (loiieral
Jewell let tho contract for supplying
government envelopes to the I'lympton,
.(Hartford , company, at. time. yhen the
supply waa low and when tinM'aufflcient
for providing dies, ice, i was limited to
two weeks; that the dios were not ready
for six weeks thereaf tet, and tho govern
ment had to go into the inakor aud pur
chase at a loan of $ll,40fafitnck for ivii
mediate supply, and that tha same wus
to be deducted from the riympton com
f any's ax-oouut. but that it has not been
deducted. Art investigation might do
mo department goon,
Ou next tiabbath morniug tho liev T.
J. Bacher, of tho Reformed Church, will
preach his farewell sermon. Tho public
are invited. , '
Gone to Buffalo.
J. P. Elderkin, loft for Buffalo on
Tuesday, to contract for the Medina
stone with which Croghan street is to be
paved. It will be but a short timo uutil
tho paving will be commenced. -
Fire at Bryan.
A fli c broke out in Letcher's building,
at Bryan, ou Friday night last, probably
from spontaneous combustion of old
nigs, aud before it could bo subduod.
spread to the. adjoining blocks. Three:
blocks were burned involving a loss in
buildings aud stock of about $50,000.
A boot aud shoo store, clothing store,
jewelry store, produca Btoro, express
office, dry goods store, aud a number of
offices, were in the buildings and all
suffered much loss. . . , ', ,
i ' m m i ..... ...
Thomas, Grund & Lako have now on
exhibition the largest and best assort
ed stock of wall paper, comprising more
than 150 different patterns, ever brought
to this county. Their stock embraces
every thing needed in the line of wall
paper, Browns, Manillas, Wlu'to bucks,
satins, and stamped . gilts, They have
also a full liue of tinted papers and dec
orated borders. Thoy have concluded
arraugemeuts with tho manufacturers,
whereby parties wishiug decorations can
sec Bamplcs at their store and order
from them, thoroby saving' tho expense
of leaving town. In decorated borders
they have a full and complete line. The
largest aud by far tlio finest stock of
gilt band, decorn ted and plain window
shades, can be liad at their store. They
have also the spring fixtures, which re
quire no cords and nro tho most con
venient ever put up, and never get out
of order. Be sure to give them a call
and examine their liuo before you buy,
for no other place can offer the varioty
of styles that you will find at the old re
liable drugand medicine store,' of Thom
as, Urund 3c Lane, established A. 11.
1811, Fremont, Oho, " . . ; 12tf. '
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
core Drapcpaia, .-,(., ,
. Willcura I-iver Complaint, ij , -Will
cure Pain in the Side,
Will cure all BIHona Dlaordera.
Will cure Jaundice.
') Will eune Maiosmna, j ; .. .
Will cure lndi.'stion,
l Will cure SicVrlieaiintlre,. , ... ,
Will cure Nerroaa Wcakaeaa, ' '. t. -Will
Will purify the Blood, and
Will atreugthen and hnildon up to if coue,
1 ( joyoua health.
I ll.i.t-' . k rt-u w .....I...... . .... .
j .j.. la v uyv-jiii,.Li riLLH are aii
active cathartic, oiieruing without nauaea or dla
trejs. JServictahle iB all,)llioua, disotUera, Willi
rvr.. ' ..-.. ' a- .a. . ..4
Proprlctora, JOSSI'OX, UOU.OWAI A CO.
PlitAcleJphU, J . Bokl by ail Drarlu. .
, j.' Centaur Liniments.. - . .
There la no pain which the Cen
taur Llnl men t will not rellere,
no Bwclliag they will aot aubdue,
and no lamcneaa which they will
not cure. Thla la atrong Ian-
L'naee:, but It ia true. ' They have
nrodaecd mimn-HMnl ,hnm..
IflflrptS ' maliam, nenralKia, lock-law. Dal-
ay, apraina, awelllny, caked brcaata, acalda, burna,
uii-rueum, oaracne, sc., a n the human frame,
ana 01 airaina, apavlu, galls, Ac, upon aulmala In
one year than havo all other pretended remedie
ainoe tha world began. They are counter-irritant,
all-healing pain rellevera; cripple throw away
their crutchea, the Line walk, polaououa bltea are
renuerea nanuleaa and the wounded are healed
without a acar. The recipe la publiehed around
each bottle. They aell a no article, ever bcfoie
aoiu, ana thoy aell beeauae they do iuat what they
protend todo. Thoac who now auffer from rheu
matism, pain or awelliug deaorvo toauner If they
will not use Ceutaor Liniment, white wrapper.
More than 1,000 eertlBcatce of remarkable eurca.
Including frown limbs, chronic rheumatism, (root,
running tumors, Ac, have beon received. We
will send a circular containing certificates, the re
cipe, Ac, gratia, to any one requeaUug It. One
wwieoi uie yenow wrapper Centaur Liniment i
wonu one hundred dollars for apavlned or aween
iad horses and uiulai, or fur scrowmrna In ihm
Stock-owners Uuo llulmenta are worth your at-
wauug. no lamuy alwuld be without them,
nvniie wrapper for family uae;" Yellow wrapper
firaotmala. Sold by all drugRisti. GOe per bot-
tfci large botUea, $U J. B. Itosi A Co- 68 Broad-
wuj, New Tork.
C'Klftttrtsi I. mnr. ,h.n ... Iu ...... . . ..
..... i i uic. ouit sale article In ax .tern-., mu .-l.
rerl.u, .lmll;.L. n.. . i. "VL.T
m IU auwu.- E TPU 1 1 1M LC Ull UIW1
curt. Hliul culiv nd mLi-. nau,.! .!, n
i'6:ikiiliB Ufiltinr nsii .r.L ii..,1'
u J puiftUil tOtttkC. fll Mm neA frit tr
liii.ren need not cry mj
Ilissouri," Kansas' " accTTe
This pioneer lino of Itatlivai to Hie r.rmt Snntli-
et, tlnrtlnf at it ,1 from Ifnutibai,
r from th f.,n iud North) ilm from th-
cllj o . Tsnri: .whor 11 Hunt tram the K,.t.
North' MA Pnulh mUj dl.t connrrtlona ,h
tliolr throoith traln,tand tho OouiitrT tUronirti
nhloh II ptiiwa It tho Anna oa tlio Riot, it.:
Thronsh Ccnlral MlanrL Southern Kaiwaa and
tli Indian Nation Iu Toa, (Iho Houston and
TTa Central itr.,) ivhkll llh lis ollinToua
hramlir and counectiona. offers tho Irareler
ihortor, tilrUer and com-eqiijnllT chirr route
reach Iho moat Important nolnl in the Einplm
dally, riiiinlng llin.iifli lo llou.tnn Texas, without
chniiof eara. Then nllh their liranrta line from
llllii lioii C'ltr, Kainma, uhlih Irnversea the whole
length of the hcantlful Neosho Valley and coueelal
ningmcnU with conttci thiff Hunt (nmi Kntifan
City fot the truvel fnmDii Ortar Nortliwcpt, truly
it cut buwftjd ut it, tli (fntal Amri(nn Thor
hA SO J t i'A H TM jL S T i.1 i -
OTtliia road linvo for nalxi ohtn tlio liiif of Hond
in tin) grent NMMho Valley, owr ONE MIT.LfON
kvnT.9 of Choice Farming, Krull and fclo, Loii(l,
on ten years credit, Rt LOW RATK3. 'I'iioy offori
grvt inducrjneiits for the year 1975, forulaniei
nnd ftunUt f fo iMttlu on their ltvidn, Spwlnl low
rnto for tr;ti.iHHtatioiif also ma up, IJaif card mid
dll infonnadou can be had 6y tddrcwiigUio Gou-
oral Ta-wujcr Uppartni'-'iit, beifalln, Mo.
. . .- v r .1
The most wonderful Diaeoverv of Ihc 19th Century.
DK, S. r- HOWE'S
And Illstasoa of the T11HOAT, I'lIK.ST, nll
The only lUdicriui of tho kind in thu world. .
A Substitute for Cod Licer Oil.
Permanently cures Aallima, IJmuchitis, Inclpleiit
Oiiiimptlon, lx-s of Voice, hhortnniitM Bn-atti
C.-itiirrh, t'ronp. t'otilia, t'olda, etc, in a lew tUya,
uie muie. A rice I pur uuiue. Ale,
Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier,
clettuaca the ayalem ol
ght up. anil make. Pure.
?nrnini, m.,,.n. nf ii '
Which DIFKKltS from all other preparations in Its
Immrihate action u)ku tho
LIVER, KIDNEYS AID BLOOD.
It lannrelv voiretablo. anil
all iniimiitiea. builda it riizl
Rich Blood. It enrca Scrofulous Diseases of all
kinila. removes C'onslln.itlon. anil reLrulntea. For
"IIKNKUAI," "LOST - VITA LIT V," and "MiO-
U UN.. I WU.' N7 eilVCTII'rTKlKU 'I I It.. I. .11 .
i r,.ii e ,V j "'"; ,r""r
EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
rncc n per Boiiie.
Also, TIl. W.D. IIOTVE'8 ' J
AJ.OiU121.il rn.iTi.'lvt 111 V CI r ilia. !
They cleanse tho I.ivcr and Stomach thoroughly,
remove Constipation; contain no calomel nor any
oilier injurious Ingredient, and act ouickly upon
theso organs, without iiroducin pain or weeknees.
rrice wi cents per dox.
slionlil u.c all three ol the above uiedlcines.
Soldliy N. BCCKLAIKD ic K,
cVile Agents for Fremont, Ohio.
' DB. 8. 1). HO WB, Sole Proprietor,
46-17 161 Charubera 8t., iev York,
New Yoke, March 17.
WnHAT Winter Ited western $1 24.(
1 'IT, white western $1 281 34.
Corn Mixed western 8185c; new
wliito western 84c.
Oats Mixod western C7C8Sc; wltite
western twtgvUc. ; -. ,j s
l rl ' . Toi.iao, March
Wheat ei.ll1.14. ,
Cork 70 c. -Oats
1 1 rt' (;ij,VELAjii March 17. "' '
Wheat No. 1 KodSil.l4;No. 21.H
Oats No. 1 HLate 61c.
Ooit Mixed shelled 71c;eoi'C768o.
BurrAM), Muroh 17.
Cuttle more active. Hogs heavy
7 307 50. Sheep nud Lambs active.
RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE.
RAILROADS. CONDENSED TIME-TABLE. LAKE SHORE RAILWAY-GOING EAST.
- Fremont -
Arrive Toledo ' 1 :
Soma EAST. aniwa w.-.
Leave Fremout, :tti A.u.lLcSTe Fremont, 4:cts r.u.
" .lhlOA.M.I H ' , 0:20 P.M.
LAKE EJI1B A LOUIBV11.L4I RAUWAT-OOWaaOt'TB.
ueuve rreraont, fl:yr a. m. 6:56 p.m. 8:00 a. h.
Kosloru, . 10:Sl).. . 8:15 , 10:44
riuillay, n:i, 9:18 tiov m.
1:00 p. m. 11:16
H'.Ia. h. t:r,n r.
' 1:15 p.
Alrlve VmaxutU I;!
SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST
TOLKDO. WABASH t, WESTKlUf SAIL WAT.
t he great continuous Short Line to Saint Louis.
naiiuiiial, uuincy, beokuk and Kansas City,
tlirough to the Mfmlsslipl river without change ol
cars, and couneoting cloeely with all poiute in
Missouri, Kaiiaus, Colonido and California. Pull
man rALAt tj BLbi.ri.NU CAlts, on all night
Mottling Through Fat
KrprenH. Kxprfjit. RxitrtM.
Leave Toledo. ......:'7:o0 A w 14:05 am 11:40 p
Arrive l't. Wayne. ..11:15 " 4:00 p a 8:00 a m
wanasu 1:111 rM 5:56 " 4:36
" Pern 8:00
" Indianapolis 6:15
' LoKauiort.. 3:44
" Lafayette.... 4:io
" '. rSiirlniaeiil...
" ' (laekaonville
" Ht. Louia....
" Keokuk '
Trains arrlvo at Toledo from the Woat at .: a
sr., 10:45 a. M., and 5:06 p. m. Accommodation
icaes ai o:iw p. h. and arrlvoa at H:lfl.
W. L. M aloolii, Qcn'l rut. Agt.
1 6:i6 " 6:W1
' 7:10 " 5:56 "
1 S:46 ' 7:10 "
11:45 " :35 '
8:10 A It 1'4:16 p
4:55 " g:l0
6:6 " S..0
. 7:10 " 7:Oo
10:10 " 1:00
TOLEDO TO SAGINAW, BAY CITY
And intermediate points.
And intermediate points. Flint & Pere Marquette Railw'y
Traioi arrive Toledo. ... ,
nalim leave Toledo....
Ar. at Mouroe...
. 4:55 p. a. :S6 a.
. 8:15 v. a lt:l5p.
. V:l 1:16
.10:50 ' t:HS
Plymouth 11:18 1:56
! Holly ....,:! A, . 4:KS
" " Flint i 4-fM - 6:i0 i
" - " K. Hasniaw.... 6:! ' ' (:4t
" " Bay City 7:30 6:56
. " MUilaud 8:5 :6 .
" Kvarl 11:36 6:55
" KoedClty....,.H:16p. a. :
Close connections made at Rood City with trains
me uraua naiiuis ana inaiau. u. it. (uc aouui.
juid north to the Trayurse. hay region.
Conneellonsat Wavnc v,llh Slich. Cent. R. H.,
o. ijui.Miiu wun iwiron, jiusiii LAue alien.
. n..lilolly with Delrolt & Milwaukee R. R.,
"Uy Ut Wll4i Jwi.mii
J.uo ""'X voltii
ii, Lain in k lina &ti
low ra!o mjjk (i UK kef dUuatrb fflVtIl thBU SUV
J. P. NOURSK
General Ticket Agent.
East Saginaw, Mich.
East Saginaw, Mich. Excursion Tickets to Colorado.
! $at Hbpuutiok. yiwmMaTloihioOctnborllMh
,h ,,",l" K,nM" air Nor""' Linf
",f' ""'"t" t'fket. St. Mini to Dr.yrrn
,or'i' ""'" irom a.w.
j Kor ilrcul.ro tai.! !.! infoiibatios nw.TiTK
otniw, d(lml V. . 1r,i, Ocn'1 l'pn
tin" Ajjrnl St. IHt, Kn!Wr NorbrSliort
I Llni- knvlng eitrsordlniullr fln TOmimodatloni.
'" wnnwllon" for Colorado, ciiralon iwrllo
ipri'tur taking tlila line. Ejonrtin llrkpli Mild hy
connwrlnl? Unit, -Inil nt 1 irkrt Ofllcc St. Ioula,
J noruifrn i-wiri i.inr, nm.
iis'" fnurtli lct, St; Louia, Mo. Don't
I f"u, l"',r tirel,1"r
to ' '.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
THE SHORTEST & QUICKEST ROUTE
The East and South East.
CONDENSED TIME CARD, August 1st, 1st.
....I ! Srl.lpm
Ar. Tiffin . I T:(H 'J
" ShethvJ tinellou.i P:4nni "firlH1'
" Uiiln '.U ....... lU:u; ' 1 0:61 " .
" Ml. Vernon I 1t:Bn I 11:!H "
" Newark.... li:ann,nl lirjr. n't
" t'oluniliUH ' 9:4Mmii- 4:rivim
: ix ChiritiiiMtt, .M. L
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' ' Coluniinifr........
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11 CiiinltcrlAiid . .
" Mir .Minltiin...
" Ilrtrfty'a Furry...
' llnf-rtown Jtttic
f Point of Jtockt..
& V. M
Richmond, It Y.St
s r.: in "
u .van "
a 8:25 "
' fl Ttn-akfaat,
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1 am I
r Dinner. , t ft n oner.
ISiT,''!,!" k:vl" .r"lH
:IH'-Vther trull,, dally
Lii eark accommo
NOTICE. All Traiiia on the L. K. Div. (be
tween Sandusky and Newark) run dally except
Hiimlay. On C. Div. (hetwi'en Colunihua and Uell-
raln leavinif Columbus at 11:4& p.m. nine
una dally except Humluy. tin Main
flUC, UBMH. MUUU1UIUU.UI1I1 11111. UlAUJI CJkCtpi
.-.iinuny. Aiioiuer iiaiua run uauy.
PULLMAN Palace Drawlng-Room and Sleeping , Can
.. . . - . . r p -
. urorn euiuia, uim-inuati ana Colmnbua, to '
W AS H I N UT0NJ & B A LTIM ORE
w niu ti j.- utlAJVUJi.
Throufh tickets aird further Information can he
me iTfur, foul uwi'Bi ana .onnwesi
I.. M. HI . COI.K. tien'l Ticket Ae t. naltlmore. Md
TIIOS. V. UA1IRV, Western Po8 AKt.Cinriunaft.
TllllS. lt. Sll All I', Waaler of trauaportatloil, Bal
timore and Ohio H, It., llaltimore, Kid.
W. C. Qulni-v, Geo. Mott. Central Ohio Iliv., Oo
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t.4J"(J,!. Ul..-,., V'l" V'l l'
Calf and EIne Prices.1
.1 u ulii
i? 5 2, G E
, 1 5 LL ti I;
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mm .2 !
f ' '. ft
"ft 5 "
G. Hi., McGULLOSH
j Has received an immense stock stock of
Of the Finest Styles and the ; Latest Tatterns. My stock '
'is complete :nnv thing yon may want from the . ';
Cheapest Brown ta the Finest Gold Paper, ;
; In large variety, and Borders to match. ' .
PAPER & CLOTH CURTAINS! ;
Curtain Linen, all colors; Transparent, Gilt and Orna
mental Shades; Tassels, Cords, Fixtures, and everything :
apertaining to this branch of the business. Don't buy
until you have looked at my samples and inquired the price.
I am: the manufacturers' sole
.' 1 Phoenix Brand of
for the celebrated
-. . . . 1 4
Acknowledged to bo the best White Lead made. Every
can or keg warranted. There is certainly no purer white or .
more durable Lead known. This fact is thoroughly estab
tablished by the hundreds who have used it in Sandusky
County. For Colored Paints,
"OUR OWN COLORED PAINTS"
arc undoubtedly. the most durable, unfading and cheapest
Colored Paints jn the market. They are ground in pure
Linseed Oil, and will cover more surface and at a less
, cost than any Liquid pr Chemical paint known.
Glass, Oils, Varnish, Turpentine, Patty, Graining Colors,'
Green for Blinds, Brushes, &c, in complete variety." w
CASRIA5E, WAGOH & BU5SY FACTOR
NORTH OF KESSLER HOUSE, FRONT ST.,
The undersigned being established and exper
ienced tradesmen, with competent employes, are
prepared to execute tho moatdarable and w.ll-ftit-uhed
wrk, in th.lr line, to be found Iu the cKv
and at bottom futures, too.
A specialty uiaileof every kind of repair in wood
or iron work. Horse rlhoelng on the moat ap-
! II KNEtY OOUH,
l , , , ... UHKlaJ. SMITH.
STATE OF OHIO
CoLunaua, Feb. it, 18T5.
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY,
Located at Harlforsl In the Mute of Oua-
eotlcul. has tiled iu thla orlleo mmnr H,.l.
mmit. by the projier Offlcera thereof, ahowlng Its
condition and business and ha. comnlleil in all
resiecta with the laws of this State, nuatAig to in
snranee Companies, lucornoraied hv uiirriiatM
of the United HuUoa.
Thtre.tnr. in pursuance of law, I WIL
LIAM P. CHUhXII. Hiiperintenrient of Insurance
of the HUlie of Ghln. An lierl.v ..rill. lhHt
said Company la aiittiorlsed to transact iu appro
lriate business of lnserauce In this Htate, iu ac
cordance with law, during Ihe current year. The
condition anil buslueas ol said Company at the (Lte
u( such stateaieut (Uocember (1st, 1.4, ia shown
Aycrreate amount of available Aaaaia. 1ST m o
rtBSiiKftw aiuuuilt Ol A.iuuilllle. iex-
, ccjii cajutal) ln;lulug re-lusurauce, 4,5S8 00
I ' " Net assets, ' - ' -mount
of actual nald up Capita),
1 Surplus, - . w,3M u
Amoitnt of Income for the year In cah.$114,Tlt 0
Amount of Kipeudltures tor the year
llDCeAU., . . H0.1I5 TO
I In WUnut raru, have bereusto subscribed
iy aaiu., aud cauawl tha seal ol sir ottlce to b.
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- w wj win jvar aiHive wruien.
wst.r. VHUKfU. SuoertuteaiJrntr
J,,I..,i;..,(;, ,a a
, SUv.OHO oo
. lv J
A full line of YFooden Pumps,
cheap durable and can't be beat for
lifting water. We have the exclus
ive agency for the i
Toledo Wooden Pump,
which is made in the very best man
ner, lined with Galvanized Iron,
and provided with Improved Buck
ets and Valves, making them the
very best Puuip ever offered to the
public. A Wooden Pump seldom
ever freezes up.
Capacity 90 gallons per minute.
No. 1 Well Pumps,
Capacity 53 gallons per minute.
. For well and Chain Pumps.
' We also have on hand
Iron, Well and Cistern Pumps,
Gas and Lead Pipes. .
If you want a good Pump don't fail'
tp examine our stock. '
Q M. DILLON & CO
'FREMONT, 25 January, 1875,