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At mu-1j mom, whon kindling dawn
Smile on tha woodtnrdsaweotlf ring
ing From happy tlifiat, he atrikea the notes
And start tlie "anvil chorus" ringing.
IVtogl dungltxingl bang! dung! dingl
Jollioat of all hard working follows,
B'.ow follows blow.thobommorar'ng;
He strikna bis blows, and blows hie
All day he stands:, with brawny hands
He strikes for wages, where his 'bossri'
Gome to bint in his workshop dim, '
DUmonntiugfrom the;jr limping 'boss
en.' r . , ' . ' '
Dingl douglbangl bang! dong! ding!
He makes a mulody of toil's loud
k j clamor t . .: 2 '
Without a crown, he stands a king,
Hisooat of arms, a oontless arm and
"His brow is wet with honest swont,"
Long, long ago taid'our Isnngfaltow,
Work makes tlie man and tints with tab
The face, but makes the money yellow.
Ding! dong! bang! bang! dong! ding!
He's virtuous amid the vices,
And when he forges anything
yIX oomefl unrosped nut of tlie orisis.
Men blona his name, they find a flame
Upon his labor-altar burning; ,
And ladies fair see bright sparks there,
When burning coals are overturning.
Ding! dong! bang! bang! dong! ding!
, Above lutronp the smokes gray
feather! , -
He welded his own wedding-ring,
He riveted two loving hearts togeth
er. , ..; " ;
His little ones, daughters and sons,
Are shod and sheltered all tha season
And they are taught to shape their
.thought . . ' '
Upon the forge of right and reason.
- Bang! bang! dongl dong! ding! ding.
May they, like fabled salamanders,
Amid the coals romp, leap and sing,
And greater grow then Alexanders.
The man who stands hot coals and brands
. In this life, noed not fear death's
For at the last, the furnaoe blast
Will only burn the dross to ashes.
Bang! dong! ding! dong! ding! ding!
When bis fire goes out and he
oold as ioe is,
May the messenger, on angel's wing,
Bear the toiler where no smoke
Turning to tha various religions, tha
professor oompared those which had
with those which had pot the missionary
spirit. . Tha former ware alive, the latilr
were dying or dead. ,' The religion
Zoroaster, the religion of Cyrus, Darius,
Xerxes, the religion which but for Mar
athon and Balamis might have becoma
the religion of the civilized world, was now
professed by only 100,000 souls, and an
othor century would probably exhaust
tha remnant of those who still worshiped
the wise spirit Ahuraruazda. The Jews
were about thirty times tha number
the Farsees, and would probably never
increase, though they might not Boon
vanish. Brahmanism was still professed
by 110,000,000 souls, but it was dead,
because it could not stand the light
day. The worship of Siva and Vishnu
was more barborous than the worship
Jupiter, Apollo and Minerva. It might
live on, but when a religion had ceased
to produce prophets, champiousand mar
tyrs, it was virtually dead. It was true
that the goddess Kali, with her necklaoa
of human heads, her disheveled hair,
her protruded tongue and blood stained
girdle, was still, in the broad daylight
of the nineteenth century, carried
through the streets of her own city
Calcutta. But ask any Hindoo who can
read and write and think, whether these
were tha (rods ha believed in, and he
would smile at your credulity. Tha de
cisive battle for the dominion of tha
world would have to be fought out be
tween the three missionary religions
Buddhism, Mohammedanism and Cliris
tianity. The number of Christians was
double tha number of Mohammedans,
but Buddhism still oooupied tha first
place in tha religious census of mankind.
. H. L., of Grant county Indiana, writes
to tha Cincinnati Gazette:
Planted April 16, 1874; variety, Early
Rose; dug and gathered them partly in
September aad partly in October; plant
ed alternately; that is two rows of large;
potatoes taken promiscuously, of what
I would call merohantable potutocfl;theu
two rows of small potatoes all uQdef the
merchantable size, down to as small
were worth picking up.
'I find the result to be in favor of the
large to the extent of about two hills in
fifty, in merchantable potatoes; but even
this quantity is made up in bulk of
small. In quantity thero was . merely
preoeivable difference in favor of the
large seed planted.. . . .
' 'But between choico selotedeeed large
nd emooth,and small Beed, I Cud in the
product a much greater difference, in
favor of the selected, the difference being
fully one-fifth in bulk of tlie merchants
tie potatoes, and the quality very plain
ly better. VY. , . '
'In prepairing the seed all was cut,
as near as practable, to two eyes to the
pieoe, and two pieces, to the hill, the
bills being about throe feet apart. The
whole patch was planted on old ground
'Just for an experiment I dropped
three pieces eooh in a few hills, bat the
result was in favor of two pieces.
On a pieoe of new ground, all plant
ed with small seed I raised as haudsoma
potatoes as need be but. they were not
ail so; many oi wem were rouga or
Letter from Texas.
We are p remitted to make some ex
tracts from a private letter rooantly ro
om veil from a former resident, and we
give them the more willingly as many
era desirous of hearing something from
the "lone star State:
Krhh Co., Trias, April 4th, 1875
This great expansive country has a
tendancy to make one lawless I do be
lieve. You seem lost as it were, a mere
infinitesimal spock, in the vast realms of
nature by winch von are surrounded,
and foel like basking in the sunshine, or
loitering in tbe shade just as birds and
animals do. . ...
This is a vory backward spring for
this country, our neighbors sav, fully
month latPT than i usual, but I presume
that in oontrast with this dnte iu Ohio it
is early still. The new grass is ankle
nigh. ' wnere ever you look, on me
hills or in the valley, it is one vast ex
panse of green. Trees are in full leaf,
and flowors of every hue, and of dclight
fhl fragrance greet one on every side.
Many of the choicest cultivated varieties
of tlie north, prow wild hore in .endless
profusion, 1 he verbena is as Common
as dandelion in Ohio, but I have found
only one' color pihple. It is in full
bloom now and very iragrant. unr
folks have planted their- oorn, and are
preparing ground for cotton1 mere
has been one disagreeable feature of the
spring high winds, i Pttrini thfttnonth
oi Marco we had a great deal oi wmdy
weather, not cold winds, but disagreeable
because ttiav turn things topsy tnrvy.
We bad but..two oold northers during
the winter. "Ohe froze the ground pos
sibly two inches deep. This was the
only time the ground Iroze at all. lnese
northers never last more than twenty-
tour nours, sometimes less, in spring,
summer and fall, thev are simply a oool ;
invigorating wind that blows steadily
from the north ; in the winter they are
some times very oold while tnev last.
We have to draw upon recollections of a
year ago for snow, as we had not as
much as a flake here. Sinco I wrote
you last, ono of our neighbors, Mrs.
Storms, told Will that she took from one
hive of bees, m one summer, two hund
red pounds of honey. She says her bees
do splendid, only when the millers get
among tliem, and then, as neither her
self nor husband know what to do, they
first let them alone, and if the bees die
get more. . Thirty or forty miles west
of hern, there are caves of rock, filled
with wild bees. Men go out there in the
fall and get barrels of boney. I have
no doubt but Allen oould make hives of
the soft stone if he were- here, as you
can make almost anything of it. I do
not know as you would be contented
here. .. You are both so . "wedded" to
Erie county, that I have always thought
you never would be happy ont or it.
have no desire to influence any one
come, but just state facts relative
country, soil and climate, so far as
am able, and leave every one to their
own ohoioe. . , , . , , ,
It is not claimed for Western Texas,
that it is a first-class farmincr country
The soil is a black lime-stone loam, rich
as any in the world, but owing to irreg
ularity in the seasons, crops are often
injured by drouth and frost Wheat
starts so early in spring that a late severe
frost is Bure to injure it Farmers guard
against that by pasturing it down during
early spring. But taking one season
with another, there seems to be a good
deal of produoe raised. - There is no
scarcity of grain or provision of any
kind, except potatoes. The sweet pota
to is the standard here and it is custom
ary to leave them in the ground all win
ter and dig as wanted. - In the early part
oi wiuier wore were neavy ana continu
ous rains, and the potatoes all rotted,
which is not common. There were large
quantities raised, but this spring there
were not euough for seed. We get gro
oeries at the same prioes as in Ohio by
going to Herrville eleven miles. At
Centre Point they charge a little more,
l have lour irean milk cows, and we
just luxuriate in rich cream and golden
butter. 1 have not made any to soil vet,
as we let the calves suck iu order to have
the cows come up regularly, not having
the pasture fenced, and you maybe sure
those calves get their share. They are
fat as moles. Well we attach more im
portance to the calves than to the milk,
only what we want for our nse any way,
as 6 took raising will be our chief bum
ness. As a stock country, this is unri
valled. ., Cattle, sheep, horses, and hogs
can be raised and kept without ooet. Air.
Kelley has kept hogs over winter with
out feeding them at all and they are fat
now. We wintered cows, calves and ox
en, or rather they wintered themselves,
and all are in good condition. Some of
our cows would make good beef now.
We have twenty head of cattle, and ex
pect to own many more before this year
is out. rue uarap verdo land is not
for sale yot, and we will not buy until it
is, as it is our first ouoioe lor a location.
I must not omit telling you, how ac
ceptable the oorn and fruit I dried at
your house last summer nave . been.
But for that, and some other fruit that I
brought, we should have been without
entirely, I mean without anything but
poor dried apples andpeaohes. we can
get these at the stores, bnt like all of
their kind, sold in stores, they ore very
luferioran quality. . f ruit culture is in
its mi auuy iu una uoak u uuiuouu. . cow
berries grow wild, and promise a plenti
, .i , i j
ful crop unless nipped by frost. Wild
cherries, plumes and grapes also abound,
the latter in great abundance and sever
al varieties, borne OI them, John says,
are large as the cultivated grape. , .,
A young lady,' the other ' day, - in
course of a lecture, said; "Get married,
young man, and be quick about it too.
Don't wait for the Millennium, hoping
that the girls will turn to angels before
you would trust yourself to one of them.
A pretty thing you would be alongside
of an angel, wouldn't you, you brute?"
Phonia Eppa of Hamilton, Ohio.asked
her mother to take a note for her to a
friend of a family living in a near street.
The note when opened was found to
read: "This is a little ruse of mine to
get mother out of tlie house.' Before
she can get back I will be on tha cars
with dear Loreiuso, and before night will
An Indianapolis papr Boys of an
Indiana Senator; "His chagrined look
when he clutches that pointed board to
milk his brain, ' nd they won't "giva
down," has a most darn-essing effect to all
Above all things', team your child to
ha hourwt and tmhmtrious: if tliwm two
tilings don't ennbli hint to tnaka a
figure in this world, he is only a cypher,
and never was intended for a figure.
Jean Killings. .. ,
Administrator's Sale of Land.
PURSUANT TO AN OBDF.lt OF
X. the Probata Court In and for Hnadnnkv coua
ty. StMeof Ohio, I will Mil at nubile Tnadne, on
the Wth riajr of MAT, A.D. 187ft, between the
hnnra of 1 and t o'clock P.M., at the door of the
Coart-houfle In the city trf Fremont, In Mid coun
ty, the following rinecrihed Dflrcelof land, to-wit:
Ten acre oi Und off of the Booth end of the
ensM half of the north ot quarter, and also four
tcn acren off of the south end of the et nlrle of
the tooth hair nt the weet half of the northeaet
quarter of Section thne (3), Town Mi I p four (4),
Kunfce fourteen (14) containing in all twenty-three
nc.rm or inni in orduupkj count, u.
AMintipefl at ii.iiw.
Terms of rati -One-third cah down at aale, one
thtrtl In one vitar. and ona-thlrd in two Ynnra with
Intereet on dt-ferred payments, secured by mort
gage ou me premises,
' Adm'r of the Retat of Christian Fisher.
ArnJLM, 1375, , . ' .
WE IIAYK A STOCK 07
Not equalled this side of New York.
Low In price, beautiful In Onleh and Tery attnctlre,
C. Mi DILLON & CO.
Fremont, Ohio, March M, 18TS.
Witli TratMnl Answers
TTHO keepest the choicest lino
t f fine urorenes, and Invariably Fresh Pro
visions, in me iiy oi r remonu
STAUSMYER & CO
"THO can best prove that fact to the
v v aaTBDiage OI inireatuooi peopier -
s 8TAUSMYEU & CO
WHO sells the most goods for the
least money Groceries, Crockery, Glass,
Wood or Willow Ware, Lamp's Act
bl KAUoin! KK cfc (JU.
WHO deals impartially with all alike
mnkos no aeooud price, and enjoys
connnnea commence or pairons7
STAUSMYER & CO.
TTHO keeps the most highly and e
T T tenslrelT faTored atom In the city run
CAS Lath Arirunpur
STAUSMTER & CO
THOEVER, therefore, seeks to act
t prnaeniiy ars money oo tain the best
ana eTsoe ue inoasana aoages cnaractenstic
trade, will find out and deal with
STAUSSMYER fc CO.
The Cheapest house in the City for Cash.
Note the Address, 51 Front St
tr CAU, TO BJC COHVI3(JlfD.-TO
BECKWITH, STERLING & CO.'S
(The largest In the world on the ground floor),
NO. 6 EUCLID AVENUE,
HAS OPENED with an entire NEW 8TOCK
Carpets aad Cartaias,
comprising ALL TIIK NOVKLTLBB In colorings
nnd designs, araonr which ars some VERT
CIIOIGK PATTERNS of our owu dibbot imfob-
tation. which are not to he obtained el ne where,
All are Invited to via it this efHablldhmeut.
Pricea as low at New York or Boetoilf and lower
tnan lay oiuer noiuw in uiereuna.
BECKWITH, STERLING & CO.,
Ho 6 Euclid Avenue,
Soattaeaat Cormer of Public Spnare
tTThe Trdc mnDlled aa aanal at manufactur
ers pricea. io-i
SAW MILL FOR THE PEOPLE.
r I win pumt wrtM HaUy Saw Mill I. wAa
B7 rooaliiy, will M im kiaA of loga,
T tv mvett otk (power Bbd kBd b
1 JT. ia aMMdrd M Ctreulu- Mill.
Cn3.a'f3 fesV. ..A arttrtkintjiaubMuitil ud perm.
Sl l$t ' - MW klnd UlM ,ud arlj rf iron
p-M. , H a iteel. it U uiMll Mt up sVMl
"ir H i tw-M urtd la from n to two davi Utue.
..-Jskssw 1 1 dm of ooi eioMdint tern brw paver.
. J i i cuU from 1000 to 4G00 fert wf Lnob lumbar pw
Mff tif. Tbw Mill Kud augiiMt uut uaveissiij
fru4 bjr lw smb. Bod fur alreulsu-.
IndlanapoIlB. Ia6.t CHANDLER k TAYLOR.
the only remedy ever dlsoorerod that will
Po mlt-rsXy Cure
luirmt tbe una of mure Uutu one bottle.
uiuiuuii it,i lus ui tut, uiBuaso imvo seiuoiD ra-
N HOTTLK-nsu.lly li-XKK
I-111 IIMVK. ,1
nn or two applteutloui. otrrvs CtlllV
LUUKAUX, MCHVOtJM TdOI'H .
Adii:, sicut uit titAt i.i:.
)d. bottle la u ure a.'nrA frti
(IsHVOlN IIGADAnii:, HTli; MACti..
virtSiKuu, or kWK IIIIIOAI ,
JPrioo, Ono Dollar.
J" If you are aillutiyl. send to your UrK?i6:
'or this arlicly j he wlil fr t it for yoii, or scut
)NB IK.il.LAfl BV MAIL to u. unXlt will
ent Troiaul. . .
'.AWdOH CtjCfVTiCAL CO.,
UL0 IN CITY WO COUfiW BY ALL OrtUGfilSTS
. Winlrials, br mil Wholesale Prruulnti
lovriuud, ClncLuutU, Cu..go, UdUoit aai
PLOWS & SCRAPERS!
To the Farmer and Ihow Is waat ot
PLOWS & SCRAPERS,
BOTH STEEL AND CAST,
we adriM yon to call t tbe i
OUNDRY OF D, JUNE & CO.
before purchasing. Tor cash you can fet s
No, 4 Steel Plow for $12.00
No. 3 Steel Plow for 8.00
Cist Point Scraper, with balo 6.00
We also mannfnrtnre a Rtft Pointed Rrmnr.
We stlU con ti nti to manufacture the best Hteel
Plows In the markot nslnff the heat material and
stock. Points of every description always on hand.
1V-1T D.JVNE 6c CO.
HIS3 ANITA AUQSPUKQEK,
Piano, Voice and Theory,
43 Garrison et.( Fremont.
GEO. C. STAIIL, .
Real Estate .Agent,
NO. I COOK'S BLOCK.
Corner of Adami and Superior Street,
TOLEDO, OHIO. .
Farms, Bouses aad Lots, and vacant Lots al
ways on hand and (Or sals at lowest market prices.
r call and see me. O. C. STAHU
THB BEST 11
IOWA AND' NEBRASKA,
roB SALS BY TBS
Burliiigion and Missouri River E, S. Co
0a 1 en Yea-i Credit, at 6 par Cent Intsrstt.
One inilllnn Acres In Iowa and southern
Ncbnmka. The Bneet conntry In the world to com-
Dinn r Anxmu and aiOC'K-KAlHlNU.
Products will nav for Land and Im
provements Ion 5 before the Principal
LAKHS DIHCOUNTSfor iuh. within fn.tn
" 1 oe so-caiiea oesutntion in Nebraska lies In
tne tar western region, beyond the lands ot the B.
dt M. K. It. Co."
tr For circnlsrs that will describe fnlly these
wiua,, wu iue wnnn oi sale, apply to or auuress
LAND COMMI8SIONBK, .
Bnrllnrton, Iowa,, for Iowa Lands, or
Lincoln, Neb., (or Nebraska Lands.
Ar tn ISIlf YIITTS
400 Kegs of Wheeling and Steuben
ville Nails, and are selling
them at the lowest price. .
i' . . 1 .". i .'j : 1 1 1 ' ' i '.
The Largest Stock of Carpenters'
Tools-, Locks and Latches, Paints
Oils, Glass, &&, in the City.
We Make Builders' Hard
ware a specialty.
Have the only stock of Genuine
FoBtoria Plows, both Cast and
Steel, sold in town. Also the
celebrated Gales Chilled Cen
ter Draft plow, which we
warrant to run easier and
do better work than
any plow sold, and at
LOWER PRICES. ;
The exclusive sale of the North
western Pump Company's Gal
vanized Iron Lined Wood
Pumps, manufactured at To
ledo, Ohio, and "will sell
them a LITTLE LOWER f,
" than any other Wood A '
Pump sold in town.
Fifty Tons of Blacksmith's Bar Iron
at Factory i Prices. Also a full,
line of Tools, Anvils, Bel-
lows, Ac, &c.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST
Fifty Baby Carriages' at pricea rang
ing from $3 to The latest
style of Canopy Top, which
is having a great sale
in the Eastern cities.
COME AND SEE US BEFOBE I0U
: : ' . -: ' .....
TO 70UHQ 1IE1T.
JhM PubUkd, n 8ntd JTnweope. Prim li t.
iMt.ni Hsslal care of ft'intnal Wemk-I
nta, or HprmsUtrrho, induced hy Hrlf-Abnw,
Involuntary Kniitons, impoifncy, nervous im-i
trtllty, and lnp1lmeDts H Msrrlasw m-nerslly! I
consumption, r. mieiwy. sou ru; rni'niai una
'hvstrsf lnrsmrltT. e. Br NOIIKKT CUlJ
V if R W KM, M. 1., sathor of tbe "tiwn ifcmk.'Tbe j
The wrld-renownod snthor, In this aitmirahln;
Lecture, cloarly proves from Me own experience
that the awfnl ronspqnencs of Klf-nbfM mv he
effertually removed wkihoutmedlctDc, snc without
metite, rinps, or cord tale, pointing out a mode iff
care at oice certain and effectual, ly which every
sufferer, no matter vhi hts conamon may ne,
may enre himself cheaply, privately und radically,
tVThi Istturt Hill provi boon to thovands
Beiit tinder seel. In a plain envelope, to any ad
ees. on receipt of six cents or two postnge
tamps. Ad anus me ruinnnrrs,
niTAa. j. n. ir.rtfT. & no.
1X7 Bowery, Ynrk, Ftist-ofnce Hoz, 48H6
Is vriilclv known
M one ot die most
dies ever discov-
, cred for cleans-
l inz tlie system
J and purUj'inj the
y'Lloou. It has
stouu tne test oi
years, with a con
reputation, based on its intrinsic virtues,
ami sustained by lis remarkable cures.
So mild as to be safe and beneGcial to
children, and yet so searvhinz as to
effectually purze out the great corrup
tions ot the blood, such, as the scrof-
iilnus and svnhilitie contamination.
Impurities or diseases that have lurked
in the system for years soon yield to
tins powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers.
Krit pt ions, and eruptive disorders of
the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils.
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Hose or Ery
tripclas, Tetter, Salt Ithciitn,
Sculd 1 1 end. King-worm, and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapted, such as lrop
sy. Dyspepsia, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Jlisease, Female Weak'
ncss, Debility, and Leucorrhcea,
when they are manifestations of the
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strenzth in tlie Sprine. By renew-
inz the appetite and vigor of the diges
tive organs, it dissipates the depression
and listless languor of the season
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better, and live longer, for clcansin"
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
Dr. 1. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
J-ractleat and Analytical ChemUU.
OLD nr ALL DRUOOlSTS BVKRYWRRBS
N PcrMi cud Ink Ihrac lit item accord
Ing io directions, and remain lontr unwell, pro
viiled their bones are not dentroyert by mineral
poison orumer ineana, anu vuai organs warned
beyond point of repair.
sDyappMli or Indigrtln, Head.iche. Palo
In llio biiuulders, Cotigli TiKtilnewa of the Chest,
Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the 8 to mac tt, Had
Taste in Uie Woutli, Hllious Attacks, 1 alpltatlon
of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lunss. 1'alu
the rejriun of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
painful symptoms, are tlie offsprings of Dyspep
sia. One bottle will prove a better guarantee
us menis man a lenpuiy advertisement.
Fr .FesHale Complaint. In young or old,
married or single, at tlie dawn of womanhood,
uie mm or me, inese ionic m tiers oupi;iy so de
cided an Innueuce that improvement is soon per
kVr laflammnlorr Chroaie Rhea.
WMiiatuand Uout, Hillous. Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases or the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys ami u ladder, tnese Kilters nave no eousi.
tiuch Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Jfey ore m sivsicie sir live mm well
Tooio, possessing the nwrlt of acting aa
poweriui agent in relieving congestion or in
flammation of the Uver and Visceral Organs, and
In Hilton Diseases.
Vmr Hit in DiMioaM, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
ttneum, pioicnes, ttois, rim pies, fusiuiea, ifoi.s.
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Bcald-IIead, Bore Kyca,
Krytlpelaa, Itch, Scurfs, Discotoratloosof theHkln,
Humor and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried out
ine system m a snort ume uy we use oi inese
Clratrfwl T ! proclaim VtNSOAE
BrrTBKs the mot wouderrul Invioraut that ever
nauuneo .nesmKing aynieDi.
K II. nclONAID me CO.
Druggtfits and (Jen. Agts., 8itn Francisco. CaL,
cor. of Wash lug ton and Charlton Bta., N. r.
SOLD BY ALL DllUUUIS'iSJ DEALERS.
Nature's Great Remedy
, .. o.if'
THROAT akd LUNG
It is th viul principU of th Piua 1 re-, i.bianwd
by a peculiar prooe id the dut illation of the tur. by
which iu bi)(hl aiadiaitsU propartiaa art mnmd
larvco in its cnidr tutt hu been rtton. i.i-:nleil by
cmAieal phyftrciatw of rtxry r4W. It it i-ntil-m)y
uilcrcd to irMtsdcied for the fuiluwlng tiinplc rc,totl
I. I r cur re, net by mruflly KopjHng .
but by dinolving the phieKiorvJ a; iir mutt U)
throw otf the unhealthy matter uiikii.w tin irritation
In caMf tMztLDNMiiifMott it both pn.l. .!,;. ana
rendn letm triirdeDomc the life ot the nftlici-.ntf-rvr
a. Ill healing principle act ajon the itru.utl ur
"ac of (he lu,v Amtriimf t rati di?r ,it furt.
ttieviti pin. ana tuhJutn inl.mntUwm
y I r I UHlftUH ANU KNKICIIKM THK MISiom l' wTre
!y curing all humor, from the ciiminuii i-imi.i oi
(HurriON to the aevereil cunen of Si-rutuU 1 iuii;.r .It
M affidavits rotiUI le pnxlucrd trom tti '.fcf wh'i have
'H the bcDcOoai etkcu of 1'imb lnaa Tan Ohuiai-
n the vwrioua dio4Mj anting HMt IMfMti ik
rtt a Bi.rxiu.
4. imi.igerattt As Jifitth fftn mhJ rrrr
All who lv knrtwn or triel Ir I,. Q C V'i,
Sari remwlir re. ( 1,1 re no rrtr-io, fruin im, Imt tni
iijaea ol thuttaaiut curU by tacia can lie givea
uy one ho Jin.lx uiir tainn-tu L, ij C
Vl'.h.irt'f V'tnt Amrruv HjVm V.'i ,i.t
VoHki iiw.An LKv,r hw never boua sK.allej '
tile Ly ail ltrn.g)u mn- liuiekt.per, u
It. L. Q. C. W1SH4E7-S Oa;e.
An. V3 S. itmnil blm IhitaJ
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Comer of Summit and Monroa Streets, Toledo, Ohio.
CLASS A RESIDENCES.
Fine three story and basrment residence, all mo'lorn oonvinir.nM
house nearly new. Price, $0,500.
balance on time.
Three story brick residence on
good inventment. Price, 7,500. Terms liberal.
House of 9 rooms on Stickncv avenue, lot 60 by 150 feet, house fine-
ly built. Price, $4,500. One-third payments.
lxttage house near street railway, lot 30x112, feix rooms in house,
only $1,400 one half cash, balance,to suit.
House of 8 rooms on Detroit
Price, $2,200. Terms easy.
Have over $75,000 worth of Resiliences, for sale or fxchnnne
CLASS B BUILDING LOTS.
300 feet on Collingwood avenue, $00 per loot, will sell all or nart
300 lots near Milburn Wagon Works, ranging In price from $300 to
$900. . , .
42 feet on lO'.h street, $45 per
120 feet front on Monroe street,
flne residences near, $75 per foot, lot
$8,000 worth of vacant lots will be sold so as to net the purchaser at
least 150 per cent on investment within three yosr.
CLASS C FARMS.
M Amu, , tx rallrofrnm Koblnsnn, th.oonntr srst of Crswlord Count,, Illinois SdIMIem b
dclfsn order. 1 10 srrs under cultivation, hslarre tlmhrr. I'rlre, S pr men
10 Acrm In MontiroiiMTy County, Illinois, so acres under culUvstlon, bsJoncs timber Prir a
srre Will eirhmign for s stork o4 uoort, '
Orchard. Farm keen. H i.. 7' v mMX."' " " PP "a
IKO Acres near Itlrtliinrtntm. Krle ntnnlv OMa
BIM) Acre Ave trifle from Toledo. I'ricp SI 00 rwr
4M iVcmi in Henrr Otvintv Mlisvsiirl u
nercrsi i and l ure tracts ner Toledo, at from $110 to tM per sere:
840 Acres tlirne miles from Junction City, Kansas. Price H per scr.
CLASS D-EXCHANGE LIST.
Woolen Mill for sale or exchange. Mill is located in one of the best
wool producing sections in Michigan. Good water power. Mill is heated
by steam. Is capable of making from $300 b $500 yards ol cloth ier
day. Saw mill and nine acres of ground all for $25,000. Will exchange
for a good farm or good western land. 8
640 acres in Washington county, Kansas, will take a stock of r?ooda
in payment Land is worth $4 per acre. 6
House and lot in a town of 2,000 inhabitants, where a largeamonnt
of manufacturing is done, lot 120x120 fee 9 rooms in house, will sell for
$1,500, take half good Iowa land, balance on time.
Some good Toledo property for a stock of groceries or hardware
An interest in a well located addition to Toledo lots in demand
write for particulars. .
We have all classes of property for sale or exchange, from a farm or
village lot to business bouses or hotels.
c CLASS E TIMBER LANDS
640 acres in Paulding county, Ohio, $10 per acre.
80 acres in Hancock countv. Ohio. $20 oer ann
3,500 acres choice timber in
St. Louis and Chica2o by rail rr
tne property. Also have some fine timber land in Manistee countv. Mich
igan chance for water power mill. '
Whether you want to buy or sell, call on us.'y
We Holicit Correspondence.
46 Summit Street, (opposite
The Fremont Oar Company Laving secured the right
to manufacture and sell the modern improved
HUBBARD MOWERS & REAPERS
have resolved to change the name of the Company to that of
FREMONT HARVESTER CO.,
and under this name have engaged in manufacturin"
theso machines at their largo and commodious works at
Fremont, and will bo prepared to furnish them iu time for
tho Harvest of the present season. This will enable the
farmers of this section to secure a perfect machine, honest
ly built, and made in their own immediate neighborhood
where they can at all times be supplied with repairs for
defective or broken parts, without unnecessary expense or
loss of time. This MODERN HUBBAHD, which waa
perfected in 1869, has been manufactured in its present
perfect condition for the past five years by the Rochester
Agricultural Works, at Rochester, N. Y., and has secured
a reputation above all other machines. As nridmiM
this fact: .
The Hubbard was awarded the FIRST PREMIUM for beSt Com
bined Self Raking Reaper and Mower, by the State Uoard of Agriculture
at the National Tea Days' Field Trial at MansQld, Ohio, in 1870 The
Hubbard has beaten the Champion, Buckeye and Excelsior in every field
'.rial held by Agricultural Societies durine the rastthr.
er it has been entered agaiost them, and neither of them have ever taken,
a medal, or first premium, over the Hubbard at any of these trial
Farmers, consult your own interest. Get nnr aat,rinl
tive Pamphlet, and see our
chasing, or giving your order
itiiiiUUiN l- li AR V ESTER CO.
FREMONT, OHIO, February lOUx, 1875. ,
$1,000 cash, $ 1,500 In good property.
Erie street, lot 0.1x1 .i0 fPh S rnnm
avenue, near Monroe nirppt nr
foot, $800 cash, chance for trnnrl in.
suitable for fin rpsidnr, r,,f..
deep to an allev. '
R.Mnl..HIMii . . .
arrs Will ull .11 M .4
...i.. MMi.;....t ... aiu. ' ... . .
Illinois, finely located, convenient to
water. Fine location for saw mills rm
Merchants' Bank,) Toledo, Ohio.
modern Hubbard, hftfn rm
for any other machine.
If you want your Horse Shod in the
best manner, call on
rp, oppoal.e Kooney A Kcesler
u. Front Street, Premuot.
lie will give yon hand-made ahoM best make
-aud you will find them ftet the beet and far unre
durable tLao cast Irou. In fact there is double
durability iu them. The beat ! the cheapest.
uoooey caupot te Deaun on Dorae-enoetnn be
haa had 0 yeara ezperiutice in a city, where
horaea are conplautlr at work oa atones. Inter
fering atopped every time, or no charge made.
Get to the right place he will aerva you riifht and
you wilt gud bliu reaaonable.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
ol Krrmoul, paased Julr STth, 1874, makes It
tbe duty of the M.r.hil tu melmt. tuuxmnd SJid mei
anr boa tuuAd ruuulny at Urgu witiila the UmtU
at mmid city.
KOTICB is horebv civea that said ordlusnc.
will be MrlcUr suluicca.
4. n.KUUitt, uarsaai,
April IB, 18TB. 10-1
THE , SEMI-ANNUAL MEETINGS
ot tbe NandtiBkr Couuty board ol ttcbool Kav
atuiuers will conuueuw ftt lbs
High School Building In Fremont, 0io
On Satnrday, March IS, 18TB, st 10 o'clock A.M.:
slid coutiuue evury two wi'eks until Jilut; 1 Lai&.
KuuiiMUous wtitttia aud oral.
. .. i A.B.PUTMAN,
11. K. KlSKFKi)CK,J.Xxsiiilurs.
A. A.rititYiaAN, j
Fremont, Ohio, February 18, 1S7S.