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a iTJDAV,.ArlRIl4 30.1875
FRANKLIN ST. ADDITION!
North of State Street, between the Business
North of State Street, between the Business Portion of the City and the Fremont
These Lots sre nicely located, are hi(h nd dry,
excellent sol), and altogether the most desirable
Lota in market.
franklin street te nicely graded, and ahade trees
planted the tntiro length of tbe street.
These lota will be sold at reasonable prices, and
on long payment!, It desired; arrangements can
be made tor monthly, quarterly or seml-annnal
payments. Interest six per cent.
tw Special Inducements offered to those who
purpose building. '
Apply to A. K. RICK, who can be found at First
National Bank during bankmg hours, or at Ma res
idence (corner Birchard Avenue A Wood Street)
morning and evening.
We notice that Dr. Smith has decided
to reside at the corner of Birchard
Avenueand High street, in the late res
idence of Mr. Butman.
By all means inspect the magnificent
display of flowers, from 10c. to 85. or
naments, &c, at MissTHOMPSON's,Front
Stasueyzr k Co., have just
from 15 to 20 boxes of the loveliest the
most luscious Messina oranges, which
he is offering at 30c per dozen.
A Masonic Item.
New Am ant, Ind., April 24. Sir Al
fred Oreigh, Ii. L. D., Chief Intendont
General of the order of Knights of the
Bed Cross of Constantino and append
ant orders, has authorized the statement
that an organization in New Albany,
Ind., styling itself The Grand Imperial
Council of Indiana is illegal and irregular.
Miss THOtpsoN,MiUiner,Front street,
is having a special run on straw goods
of which she has the neatest, most fashion
able, largest and cheapest stock in the
In the Spring a richer crimson comes
upon the robin's breast; in the Spring
the wanton bed-bug seeks the leg that
tastes tho best Hardin County Demo
crat. . ........ i ;
In the Spring the gall us rooster clucks
around his flock of hens; in tho Spring
the flea that Btingeth multiplies in bogs
and fens. . , . ,
Come Again. " They are Splendid."
Is what every one has exclaimed who
has tried those splendid Bweet Messina
oranges now selling by the dozen, score,
hundred or thousand at Statjsmyer's.
H. C. Ford Esq., of Cleveland will
talk to the people of Fremont on the
subject of temperance at Birchard Hall,
on Friday evening May 7th. His abili
ty as a speaker is well known and it is
hoped a large audience will greet him.
Some stirring temperance songs will be
sung on the occasion. Come and hear
"And still they come," customers
by the pair, aud droves, to Stacsmveb
& Co., for their magnificent line of
candies. They have the finest line to be
found in the city. Go for them.
The work of preparing and laying
down curb stones for the improvement
of this street progresses very favoiably.
The sewer has been slushed and the
earth on top has been rolled down solid
with a heavy wheel roller, ingeniously
constructed for tho purpose by Och &
Smith. Everything looks prospering
but we do not -anticipate" the laying of
the pavement to ,be vuder way before
' the middle or end of May.
Don't be Misled.
Farmers heed not every strange
puffing sheet advertisement placed, in
your hands. Before yon think of buy
ing a mower, reaper, or combined Har
vester, acquaint yourselves with the
"Hubbard" made at tf6me and war
ranted by your neighbors. '',.'
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Should be Reconsidered.
In the proceedings of Council it will
be seen that a resolution has passed that
body to dispense with the night police
after the first of May. We regard this
action as one that should not have been
taken. We all know that the police
have been thorough and efficient, and a
number of times by tho prompt discov
ery of fires and spreading of alarms, have
prevented the destruction of much val
uable property, and in this view of the
case aUrae, they have been worth more
to the city than their meager salaries
have amounted to. Our streets have
been more quiet and orderly in the
evenings, and worthless scamps have
been prevented from depredating upon
the property of our citisena. The only
regret-right minded men have had, was
that more policemen could not have
been afforded, that each would have had
less territory to guard. A petition has
been put in circulation, and is being
extensively signed, to have the polio
re-instated, and we trust that Council,
at its next meeting will re-consider its
action, and re-instate them.
We lwn thitt th Itwv I)r, Bwnhndl
id expected bomo, tomporaxily.on Friilnj
evcniDg. ) l "J j j
The First of the Season.
Otir neighbor Underbill, of the jflTam-
moth Groeorj" 'till kr-erm ulnncl. We
now find butt loading with ft ' splendid
soda fountain. It in not ouly most ftt-
trRctive in appearance, but is real frplflu
did At giving a good account of itwlf.
TnBATBH Gomique, Toledo, is fairly
entitled to the higher compliment for
regularly furnishing one of the most en
joyable and well oondncted entertain
ments found in the city. Colonel Ed
wards, the proprietor, is a most compe
tent and enterprising catoerer for pub
lics recreation, and regularly keeps an
array of talent hot easily to be excelled.
Those from tho conntry remaining in
the city oyer night may here pass a most
A certain disciple of economy, hailing
from Tolodo, by rail, brought with him
a new and handsome trunk, valued at
32.50. But desirous of protecting the
object of so heavy an investment from'
the notorious ruthlessness of "baggage
smashers," he invested in a length of
clothes line worth 3c , 15 feet of 2 J inch
new timber, perhaps costing so me 30
cents, at least a pound of nails, with
which the boarding was studded like the
"star spangled" banner, and by working
probably half a day with an augur, to
bore holes through which to thread the
cord, succeeded in securely protecting
his presumed expensive indulgence. Ah!
chuckled "Solomon" in his sleeve, those
reckless "smashers" will be sold foronce.
But lo I The precious trunk now
proved to be over weight 50 cents. Thus
allowing only 50 cents for the half day's
labor in packing, 31.96 was sacrificed to
avert maltreatment on an outlay of $2.50.
Ii that man ain't satisfied with his sav
ing, tne "baggage smasner nas at leant
the tranquility of conscience to know he
has not injured the tender feelings of
a traveler with more stamps than
good Ben se.
Wagner & Zeigler inccessors to D.
Garvin & Co., have on hand and now on
exhibition, a large stock of Dry Goods
of every description. Carpets.oil cloths,
shawls from $1, to $30. Hosiery from
5c to the best quality. Linen C. Hand
kerchiefs from 6o. upward. , Jewelry,
Ac, all of which will be sold at unpar
alleled prices, Wagkebse Zeigleb.
The Farmer's Plow.
We have never seen a handsomer or
more highly finished plow that now on
sale at . Thompson & Co's Hardware,
Front street the famous "Oliver". It
is cheap,, neat, durable and light draught
We know several farmers who confess to
having tried it and realized that it has no
equal while the sale of them in this sec
tion promises to be three times as large,
this season, as last. Our agricultural
friends will certainly profit by inspect
ing it - -
Council met pursuant to adjournment,
President Elderkinin the chair, mem
bers all present. The minutes of the
previous meeting read and approved.
The President announced the standing
committees for the ensuing year as fol
lowing: Finances Gurst, Fabing and Bau
mann. Improvements Fabing, Curat and
Fjre Department He'ider, Gurst and
Gas Baumann, Greiner and Gurst.
Sidewalks Greiner, Fabing . and
Police Heider, Greiner, and Fab
ing. The following resolutions were adopt
Resolvdd, That all the work per
formed for the citv during the ensuing
year shall be done under the instructions
ana supervision of the several standing
committees,, and that all materials for
the different departments of the city
shall be purchased npon the order of
the chairman of the proper committee.
Resolved, That David June. A. Fos
ter, A. H. MiUer, W. W. Stine, A.
Young and James Porks, sr., be and they
are hereby appointed members of the
Board of Equalization for tho city of
Fremont for the year 1875.
Resolved, That Peter Stine be, and
he is hereby appointed teamster for the
city team, for the ensuing year.
Resolved, That the small Hook and
Ladder Truok, with ladder, now in the
in the possession of the Mohawk Hook
and Ladder Company, be, and is hereby
given to said company for their sole and
Resolved, By the City Council of
Fremont, (two thirds of all the members
concurring), that a sidewalk be con
structed on the east side of Ehn street
from inlot number 66 to Fulton street,
and on the west side of Elm street from
the south east oorner of outlot number
158, to a point opposite the north line of
Liberty Street And the Mayor is here
by directed to cause the necessary no
tices to bo served upon the owners of
Resolved by the Citv Council of
Fremont (two thirds of all the members
concurring), that the City Police be
discontinued after May 1st, 1875.
Resolved, That the regular meeting
of this council be held on Monday eve
ning of each week. A resolution de
claring it necessary to improve spruce
street by grading, was presented and re
ferred to the committee on improve
ments. Sundry bills were allowed, and the
Clerk directed to issue orders therefor.
The freshest and most comprehensive
stock, will be found at Bucklaud t
Son's, Front street who keep the largent
and best selection in the city, you can get
anything yon require from them.
WiBSTaoMr ts "tStonl'iGiIng l(Hr
tliif-fun with'tixr elegfuij xMorttdoat
UmV gofi'is; 4 laidies should calf and
inspect the ockr
The Organ Fund Concert.
As we stated last week, the above en
tertainment was in , every respect ft
charming success, and now we are pleas
to add that the handsome sum of
$103,90 was the not profit. Wo take
this gratifying result to be a worthy
compliment to the energy and ability of
our highly esteemed friend Mr. Fred.
Dorr, whom we verily believe, without
being invidious, was "the leading spirit"
Have you a Piano!
There is one thing certain, if you have
not it is no fault of the famous Rosa, of
181, Summit street, Toledo. He keeps
the finest line in the market, also orgnns
every make and at all prices, which
supplies on the most reasonable and
convenient terms. He has the monr !
complete stock of musical instruments
every kind you could desire to select
from hai book and sheet music in end-
less variety. Write him for price lists,
tll6 0ij jot,kjjai. re)mmn1i, .
nd we pledge vou unlimited satis-
Frost & Wdl,liamh, of Summit street
Toledo make a specialty of the highest
classes of wall paper, and keep regular
ly a stock on hand far greater than found
elsewhere in this seotion. We under
stand several influential parties from our
neighborhood have this season already
secured from them some very handsome
Straw Goods and Millinery, the most
attractive, with the latest novelties in
flowers, &c at prices that defy com
petition, at Miss Thompson's, Front
Great harm and disoomfort is caused
by the use of purgatives which gripe and
rack the system. Parsons' Purgative
Pills are free from all impure matter,
and are mild and health-giving in their
At this season of the year cramps and
pains in the stomach and bowels, dysen
tery, dirrahepa, Arc, are quite common,
and should be checked at once. John
sou's Anodyne Liniment is the best
article that can be used in till such cases,
and should be kept in every family.
Headquarters for Paints, Oils, Yarn'
lshes and White Lead at Thomas,
Orund & Langs.
; We would invito the attention of all
those who intend to Paint this Spring,
to our large stock in this line. We have
selected our White Lead, Rail Road
Colors and Rubber Paint with care.
Strictly pure first class goods in thig
line, and which have been bought for
cash, we can offer at prices below all
competitors. In Oils we can give you
the very best and purest to be found in
the county. We have also on hand, in
any quantity to suit our customers,
Varnish of all kinds, comprising Coach,
Furniture, Damar, Japan, Leather and
Rubbing, all of which were bought from
first class manufacturers, at rock bottom
prices and will bo sold equally low.
Consumers will find they can save money
by buying their Points, Oils, White
Lead aud Tarnishes at the old reliable
Drug and Point House of
THOMAS, GRUXD k LANG.
Established 1860. 15tf
Every seven years, physiologists say,
the human body is entirely changed and
renewed. Every moment of our lives,
every part of our bodies is wearing out
aud is being built up anow of fresh mat
ter. The work is accomplished by the
blood which goes through every part
But if the blood becomes weak or vita-
ted, and does not perform its work prop.
erly, the system is actually poisoned by
the worn-out matter clogging tho vitul
organs instead of leaving the body. For
rivHnmtmn.. billionsnosa. kidnev.skin and
liver troubles, fevers, and ail diseases
arising from vitiated blood, Db. Walk
er s Calttornia V ineoar B iiters are a
sovereign remedy. 16-19
Always on hand, the newest stylei of
Linen Collars, Cuffs, Buchings and Silk Ties
I.adle', Children's and Men's Under
a full stock, at from 35o op, at
To tbe Public.
And especially those who Intend to pur
chase a lot for a residence', I wish to announce
that I hare snb-dividd a tract of land ad
joining th Fair Grounds into 48 half-acre lota
and now offer them for sale. The improve
ment of North Center street will bring them
nearer to th business portion of th city than
any other suburban property in tne market,
Look at them before yon buy. Price 1150 per
lot ; Osca Ball.
Headquarters for wall paper, window
curt in a, tinted papers and decorated
borders with ornaments to match, at the
drug store of Thomas, Grand & Lang.
lei A" our Xlfo worth lO Cents,
8ioknea prevail rerjwbsrs, and Tery
bedy complains of soma disease during their
Ufa. When siok, th orjoct is to get well;
now we asy plainly that no person in this
world that is suffering from Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint and is effeots, such aa Indigestion,
uoativenees, nick tieadacbe, oour btomaoh,
Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart, De
pressed Spirits, Biliousness, &o., can take
Urbbh's August Flowkb without Resting re
lief and cure. If you doubt this, mo to your
Druggist, or Thomas, Orund A Lang, and set
a sample bottle for 10 cents and try it. Ken-
ular six 75 cent. Two dose will relieve
Street and Garden Hats for the
present season from 87a. to $1 at Miss
Thompsoh's Frout street
Have you a Piano! Died.
OV&KMVER On th lHtb lust., t LiuUjry,
mrm. Duvuiin wcrmycr, ito jaiw.
'Tcklvf.tnmi Twdt NJtiWtr tot
lint at low pricaa.at . . J. JOSEPH'S.
' . Embroidery, ' '
The chepest In tlio city can be had at
store of J. Joseph.
New Goods Arrived. .
Joseph is now offering good Tabic
Linen at 40o per yard. Bleached aud
unbleached Muslin at 8(&10o per yard.
Dorr & Bon are offering a really attract
ive litis of Ladiea', Misses' and Childrens Cur
Kid button and lacs hoots. Call and see them
Ladles will find Munaon's splendid French
Kid Button Boots fatMonable and exceed
ingly neat at Jjobb it Son's, Frout street.
Seu-ftttino patterns of garments in
the latest fasliious. Stamping done to
order, at L. Leppelman's.
2tf Mary L. CahtieldI
Ladles' and Miaaes' alippars, for the boli
day season, the neatest and most elegant ws
ever saw, an on offer at Dobs A Son's, Front
Their litis of gent's strong
boota, (or winter wear, also exoel anything we
have yet aeen in the market.
Coal! Coal I Coall
The undersigned ia prepared to deliier the
beat hard ooal within the city ol Fremont at
the following rates, until further notice :
Chestnut - - f 9 25
Stove ens! ... 960
Also Pittalmrg and Blosalmrg Soft Coal on
hand, and tor sal at th lowest rate. Orders
solicited. Joint Peso.
Fremont O., October 15, 1874.
There ) do pafn which the Con-
tfinr Liniment will not relieve,
no swelling thuy will not sundae,
And no lameness which Ihej will
not cure. This Is strong Ian
gnage, but It Is true. They have
produced more en res of rheuma-
ICOW?X mitllrnr), neuralgia, lock-jaw, pal
sr, sprains, swelling, caked breasts, scalds, bums,
salt-rheum, enrache, &c. l n the human frame,
and of strains, spavin, galls, Ac, npon animals In
one year than have all other pretended remedies
since the world began. They are counter-irritant,
all-healing pain relievers; cripples throw away
their crutches, the lume walk, poisonous bites are
rendered harmless and the wounded arc healed
without a scar. The recipe la published around
each bottle. They sell as no articles ever before
sold, and they sell because they do just what they
pretend to do. Those who now suffer from rheu
matism, pain or swelling deserve to suffer If they
will not uss Centaur Liniment, white wrapper.
More than 1,000 certificates of remarkable cures,
Including frozen limbs, chronic rheumatism, gout,
running tumors, Ac, have been received. We
will send a circular containing certificates, the re
cipe, Ac, gratis, to any one requesting It. One
bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment
worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sween
ied horses aud mules, or for screw-worm In sheep.
Stock-owuers these liniments are worth your at
tenting. No family should be without them.
'White wrapper for family use;' Yellow wrapper
for animals. Sold by all drnggirts. 50c per bot
tle; large bottles, $1. J. Ii, Rose Jb Co., &3 Broad
way, New York.
Caatorlsi Is more than a substitute for factor
OH. It Is the only safe article In existence which
is certain assimilate the food, regulate the bow
els, cure wind colic and produce natural slep.
contains neither mineral, morphine or alcohol,
and is pleasant to take. Children need not cry and
mointTA msy rent.
The most wonderful Discovery of the 19th Century.
DR. S. I). HOWE'S
And Diseases of th THROAT, CHEST, and
The only Medicine of the kind in the world,
A Substitute for Cod Liver Oil.
Permanently cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Incipient
Consumption, Loss of Voice. Hhortness of Brestb
l-Atarrn, lroup, uoiiL'nis coin, oc ., in a ew uays,
llkumagle. l'rice $i per noiue. alou,
13 1. B. 3D. HOWE'S
Arabian Tonic Blood Purifier,
Which DIFFERS from all other preparations in
IMMKOIATE ACTION 0001) Hie
L.1VII, KIDNEYS AND BLOOD,
tt Is onrelv vecetahlo. and cleanses the system
all liupuriticH, huilds It rljflit up, and makes l'ure.
Rich Blood . It cares Scrofulous Diseases of
kind, removes Constipation, and regulates. For
HtKNEKAL" "LOST VITALITY," and "BROKEN-DOWN
CON8TITUTION8," I "challenge
the ltftn century" to una its equal.
EVERY BOTTLE IS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD.
Price 1 per Bottle,
Also. Tn. H. 1. HOWE'S
Arabian Liver Pills,
They cleanse the Liver and Stomach thoroughly,
remove Constipation; contain 'o calomel nor any
other Injnrious ingredient, and act quickly npon
these ori;ans, without producing palnor weakneea.
l'rice xo cents per dox.
should use sll three of the above medicines.
Sold by. , nilCKUNDkSON,
Bote Agents tor rremoni, uuiu,
DR. S. D. HOWE, Solo Proprietor,
46-17 161 Chambers St., New York,
THE LATEST OUT!
The Vienna Favorite
THE CELEBRATED PRIZE MEDAL
BOOTS MT3 SEOIS,
LILLY, 0USB, PRATT I BSACmi
HOIt SALE BY
H. It. SHOMO,
These goods are warranted to be aa well nad.
and of us irood material as can he had ot any cna
turn maker free (roin hddy ol any kind relia
ble la every r jepecl and can be worn wlifi pertact
contort without any "rin in.
600 Kegs of Wheeling
300 Boxes Window Glass that we sell
Almost an entire new stock of Builders' Hardware, Carpenters' Tools," Coopers' Tools, &c.lLast January
our stock of these goods were nearly exhausted, and the goods we offer this Spring are NEW, direct from the
Manufacturers and bought at tbe very lowest figures. We claim to be the only dealers who make Builders
Hardware a specialty, as we don't
mencing the sale of a new HAND
Bought largely of Table Cutlery, Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Scissors, Fluting Machines and House Furnishing
Some modesty, or we might claim that we sold the only genuine FOSTOE1A PLOW. Our Plows were made
in Fostoria some fifteen or twenty yaars previous, by the predecessors of the present firm, and it is only a few
years since that there has been two concerns making Plows in FoBtoris. If age is any test of genuineness,
our plow Is the genuine thing itself. Our Chilled Mould Board Plow for $10.00 is ahead of any thing sold"
here, and is at lower figures. The Dezter Steely Stubble Plow is just the thing for those who want the
very best thing made for stubble. It is all cast steel and sells for $16.00. Steel and Cast Iron Sod Plows on
hand. Plow Points for Maumee, Fostoria, Columbus and Four Corners' Plows.
A great variety of Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Corn Planers and
Tae finest line of Japanned and Brass Bird Cages ever shown in Fremont
Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, dec.
An extra lot of very superior Baby Carriages with Gipsey Gearing, Reversible Handles and Canopy Tops.
You will note the following: The axles in our Carriage are all iron. The tops have curtains to roll up. The
wheels are made with spokes tenoned into the felloes. The springs are of the best steel and tempered, Every
carriage has a front belt. Each wheel has a silvered or burnished cap. If you want a good carriage cheap,
tasteful and strong, don't fail to look at our styles.
A very complete Tin Shop and Manufacture a general line of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware. Our stock
of Pressed Ware has greatly increased. The above along with our extensive line of Cooking Stoves, we are
confident will not only suit, but gratify the taste of the ladies in search of cooking utensils.
WE II AVE. -
White Wash Brushes, Scrub Brushes
"Whips and Whip Lashes In great variety.
Last but not least, the cheek to believe and advertise, that we cannot only make it pleasant, but to the interest
of every farmer who needs Farming
Window Glass; of all carpenters that
Tinwtire or House iturnuning vroous;
Brush that Is par excellent; of fond
that want a good knife; of girls In
Comb or Horse Brush, and of
Follow Paul's advice: "Prove all
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and Steubenville Nail3 that we are
extremely low. 8x10 Glass as low
keep much shelf Hardware but that used for building. We are now com-.
SAW, which we would like to have every carpenter see, a9 we believe they
are not only cheaper, but much superior to any thing
Horse Brushes, Wooden Pumps,
Implements; of every person that
have to buy Tools or Materials; or
oi mo yiu'soDiuu-.
fathers and doting mothers that
search of Sciosors or Curling Irons; of the hostler looking for a good Curry,
every teamater who yearns for a cracking good whip, all to call and see us.
things and hold fast to that which Is good," and you may save money ana
certainly can't be hurt beyond redemption.
O. H. DILLON & CO.
selling at $3.00 rates.
as $2.25 other sizes in proportion. .
ever sold here.
Farmers' Tools, very low in price.
Also a nice stock of Toilet Wre,
Iron Pumps, Wooden Ware, Churns,
wants Uuuaers mraware, naiu or
every nousewne wno requires a acove
who ia bound to have a Whitewash
desire a nice Baby Carriage; of boys