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. P. DUCKLAHD. HOMER. XTKRBTT.
IIVCKIi AND Ac EVEUKTT,
A ttorneysend Counsellors at Law, and Rotleltors In Chan
eery, will attend to professional business end Land
Agency Inftandusky and adjoining Cnnnlle,.
bm Second Story Bucklaod'a new Black, Fremont.
B. lUnsoiaa. B. N. Osrs.
nnUNOAGE At OWES
Attorney and Counsellors at Late,
Will attend promptly to business entrusted to thelreare.
orriCK In Buckland'e' New Mock, Front Street.
Refer to Blrchard, Miller k Wilson, Itankera.
Opeclel attention give to procuring Pav and Bonnly
v deceased Soldiers. FREMONT, Ohio..
J.tnuary 9lb, Iflfst.
UEOKGE J. SALZMA1V, .
Rooms in Page' Building, near llio rent Office.
All operation! In Penllstry performed promptly, and
Warrantee. 10 give saiiRiacuon.
HOIIKKT 8. RICK. JOHN B. RICK.
II. S. RICE Ac SON, !:
Phy.lciani & Surgeons,
Orrica and Rssidrjc on Arch Street, near the Rati
May It, 1867. lOtf
lr. J. W. CaitOAT,
rot'M.n RESPK.CTFITM.Y annonnce to the elll
sens of Fremont end vlclnltr that he nan porman
fir InrAied In the above named nlaoe. for the practice
of ktorllclne and rturrjprr, and hopes hy a strict attention
totherequirementii of hit profess ion, to merit a share
of their patronage.
Particular attention paid to Snrfrery nd the treatment
of Chrmiioilixoaiwa. Oiflca In lluckland's block. Ken!
donee, Perrr Closes.
Ion-19, iftft.1. 24lf.
Doctor FATI.INO and TAYLOR, hare formed a part
nernhtp for the purpose of practicing Homeopathy In thin
iiaceanu vtcinuj, ana won in renpecimuy announce
ha nnhllc that tlieir e resent arransnment will enable
th desiring to avail themselves of Ilomeopnthie treat
merit, to relr with certainty noon prompt attention
their cairn, whether tu or oui oi town.
Office Ritckland'i Old Block, second floor.
J. W. FAIMNU. 8. D. TAYLOR,
Fremont, ()., Match 1, 1803.
7y PREMIUM DENTISTRY.
13 prepared to do all work In the iVntal Profession with
promptness and satisfaction to all who may need hi ser
vices. He is prepared to set from a single tooth to rorm
Ing complete sets for npper and lower jaws. Teeth 111'
sorted en plrot.or gold, or stiver plate.
OFFICE iu Backlnnd Block, tip-ntairs.
OF Tiffin, has permanently located in Fre-
Lmont. After hrivlnir had nine rears expert-
ence. he considers himself competent to carry
on the profession, tn alt Ita various forms and guarantees
satisfaction in every case.
Office tn Shomo's block, formerly occupied by Dr. B, R
Tabor. Ail operations warranted.
Kromont, March 18, 18o9.
C. R. McCWIiliOCH,
" DKALBR lit
Drugs, Medicine, Dye-Sluffs, Glass, Paints,
Oils, Books, Stationery, Olaia Ware, e. Sc.
No. 3, Buckland Block, Frkmowt.
S. 11 UCKL AND,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Dye-9talT, Burning Fluid, Book, Station
err, Wall Paper, Fancy Goods, Torn, Cigars, Chewing
Tobacco, c, fee, fcc. No. 1, Buckland Block,
Roberts A Sheldon.
Vanufactnreri of Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron Ware, and
I) wlera In Store,, Agricultural Implement., Store., Rajl,
Wool, Htdea, 8hoep-pelta, Old Copper, Old Store., fcc
All aorta of genuine xannee noiiona,
Block, No. 3, Fremont, Ohio.
O. L. riERCE, PRorairroR, CLYDE, OHIO,
Till. Home haa boon thoroughly repaired and newly
furni.hed in a ,tylo aeldom equaled by hotela in theeo
days; and the Proprietor aiure. the traveling public that
no exertion on hlf part ahall be wanting to make their
temporary atay with hlin both comfortable and agreeable
beet .lueoi bueiy. A i. naiiruau uwk
October 3, Wl,
(formerly TUB OHIO I10USB.)
A. J. BEERY, Proprietor.
rpiIIS HOUSE, so long kcot by David
J- Deal, tins been taken by the suliaeriber and recently
refitted, fco.,nnd no pains will be spared to make guest,
comfortable wtiile staying with me. Good yard for teams.
Corner of Front and Garrison streets.
A. J. BEERY.
Fremont, June 89, 1800. 24yl.
t CHOGHAN HOUSE,
FRANK N. GURNEY, Rroprietor.
The Cbooham has been put Id order and is now ready
Guests of the House conveyed to and from the Depot
free of charge. . March , 1860.
(Farmer If Ike Fremont Htnue.)
wm. KESSLEH, Proprietor,
CORNER OF PIKB AND FRONT STREETS,
Pas.engers carried to and from the House free of charge
February 28, 1868. '
JOHN BRIQHTWELL, .
House and Sign Painter, Gilder,
Orainer and Paper Hanger; Kalsomin.
ing done to order, on short notice.
fHOP In BUCKEYE BLOCK, np-talrs, opposite Roberts
k Sheldon's tin snop, t ut,l'iwn , w. Afrit a.
I71RUIT JARS AND COAL OIL,
Just received and for sale at W holeaule and r
150 Doz. Glass fruit Jars;
CO " Stono Fruit Jars;
Just In time for putting np Fruit.
Also 15bbis. COAL Oil
To be sold at the Lowest Figures. '
E. D1L..ON ft RON,
Fremont, Aug. 28, 1863. . Druggists.
M. W. FITCH,
takes pleasure in saying
to hi, numeroua patron,
and frienda, that he
still MAKINO PIC
TURES In tb. BEST
STYLE, and ob as re
sonable terms as any artist In to wn. lie haa
Lately added a large Camera,
to his apparatus capable of taking ambrotypes 'reef from
the eitter. nearlv or uuite the sise of lite. IT Oil Paint
ing, made from daguerreotype, or from Ufe and metreMted
teatsmeter, lnilrucuons given in lue Dullness.
ROOKS Over the Bank of Fremont, earner of Front
nd Croghan streets. M. w. K11U11
Fremont, March 18. 1850.
Cjflnsjt, HAVING ENLARGED MY SHOP
XpfJS&Z and added
I am now prepared to please all my old eu,tomers and
many new ones as CONSULT THEIR OWN INTEREST,
by calling on me for any tbiog in my una
From a Truck Wagon to a 1300 Carriage
Those In want of tip-top, A No. 1, Buggy, Carriage
Wagon, are requested to call oa me before purchasing
PCI All my work Is Warranted la every
e O. particular, to stand the knocks.
Shop at the Old Stand opposite the Steam Mill.
JOHN P. HIOOUE.
FREMONT, July J, 18W.
FOR SALE AT COST.
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, :
STONE and GLASS-WARE,
LIVERPOOL and ROCKINGHAM
WARE, TOBACCOS, of nil kinds,
A. complete stock of
CANDY TOOLS and MACHINES,
One pair Horses, and two Peddling Wagons
nearly new. This Is a rare opportunity for a neraoo
wishing to go into th.
Manufacture of all kinds of Candies.
My routes are e.libll.hed, and ready sales can be made
r CASH, for all that can be manufactured.
Fremont, Ohio, Jan. tt.lUUL
S SWING MACHINES that a child can
aae, at LESHER'8 SHOE BT0HE,
E8TABMWIEP IfWlwSiar. J7: ' WEtV- SERIES, VOU Xl7 WO.
FREMONT. SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO,
NOVEMBER 27, 18G3.
Look well to your Insurance
Losses Paid at (his Agency.
S. N. OWEN, llealdcnt A Re lit.
Offlce Burkland Building. (nov8'62.) FREMONT, O.
General Insurance Agency.
1,1 FE, HUE AND
Inland Navigation Insurance,
In all it, branches,
ATI In Fret Class CASH Compsnl.s.
Corn Exchange Fire and Inland Naviga
tion Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus S50,0O0
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company.
Established in 1X21. Gash Capital and Surplus 400,000
Arctic Fire aud Inland Navigation- Intur
ance Company. '
Cash CaplUland Surplus .-((1270,000
Fire Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus $450,000
Lorrillard Fire Insurance Company.
Cn.hCspltal and Surplus $075,000
This Company divides three-quarter, of the net prolit
to the Poller holders, In ,crlpt, bearing Interest, with
out any liability to insured. Policies Issued for 1, 8, It 6
years on Farm Property, Dwellings and Furniture.
Charter Oalc Life Insurance Company, '
Of Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital and Surplu,$800,000
ALL LOSSES PAID HERE.
D. S. CAHFIELD, A go lit.
November 20, 186J. 40yl
And Inland Navigation Insurance.
Home Insurance Company,
Of New York, Capital and Surplus over ? 1,700,000.
Chab. J. Martin, Fre.7. I
A. F. Wii.liiaktii, V. FrctU JoB.t McObr, Sec'f.
WHILE the above Company ha, only been in exig
ence about seven years, yet It ranks a, one of THE
BEST IxnuRAXd CoMfiirixs ix th lsitd. With alarge
Capital, uenrtlf invested, and astrong Board of Officers,
who are devoted to its Interest, and a reputation for .the
5olJH,','"rT fATUKXTOF 1T LosflEB, it commends Itself to
Applications received, and policies Issued by
R. W. B. McLELLAN,
A (rent for Sandusky County, 0.
Fremont, May 1, 1803.
Insure Your Lives.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Of Hartford, Conn.
TF1IS COMPANY, han paid to families for Loiwe on
144 Hrea the lout year, over Jbu.000 1
It has paid in Dividends the last year to those
holding policies, orer 1216,000 !
It has paid Total Lenses on 1,413 Lives, over $3,093,000
It has paid Total Dividends to its ToMcv Hol
ders, over 2,17000 !
Among 20 Companies making Reports to the Massa
chusetts Insurance Cnmniitwiitii, litRt January, a mont;
which were the leading and largest Compkiiies of the
country, It was shown that thie company had done its
business since itsorgrinlzntion.ata less ratio of expense
to its receipts than any of the 20, thereby commending It
to all seek inn Life Insurance.
It takes Note for half the premium when It amounts to
$50. and its dividends, which were 60 per cent the last
year, (and have averaged nearly that amount since its
organization,; are applied to the payments or the Motes.
The Large Capital of the Company; Its Economy tn
Mann demerit; its accommodating terms, with its prompt
ness in paying Losses, are so many reasons why persuus
snouia insure loeir lives in it.
Applications received by '
It. XV. II. ITIcLEJLLAIV, Agent,
Fremont, 0, May 1, lbo3.
mHR subscriber has and will inn
s J. stantlv kwp the best assortment oi
I KURNITL'RK, to be found in Sanduaky
County, which he will sell cheap and
WARRANT to be of
He also has and will continue, to keep on hand a number ot
Of different sties; varying in price and quality to atitt the
tastes of rich or poor. He also haa a splendid UK ARSE
that wilt accompany his Coffins at Funerals.
His Shop and Ware Rooms are situated In Ball vl lie
nearly opposite the Hallviile J- actory.
BallviUe, May 11, 1865. 16yl . JOHN G. SIMON.
Foreign and American Marble!
Croghan Street, one door west of th Tyler Brick Block,
and all kinds of Marble work emecuted in the neat
east, and most tasteful mantwr. k
Orders are respectfully solicited, and all work warranted
to satisfy. ,
Fremont, January, 1803.
fe3-j3 aflaT tl.i r.KIKM.
Sold In Fremont, by "
ROBERTS dt SHELDON.
Fremont, Jan. 9, 183. ly
THE RELLYDE F0UM)ERY
IS STILL IN OPERATION J
I AM manufacturing th. celebrated Cl'HTiS IRON
BKAat PLOW, which is not aurpassed by any east
Plowmade. 1.0N(i'8 1MPR0VKD, all sises. CE.VTKrT
LEVEK, or Pittabum Plow, which for lightness of draft
cannot he beat. PLOW POINTS or nearly every kind in
um. STK.K1, PLOWS of the celebrated Lsfronda manu
facture, wbleh drew the first premium at thu Huron coun
ty (18ol) Fair, as a Prairie Plow.
Warranted superior to any. in use. Uluner Bella. Hand
24 gallon Kettles. Cider Mill Screwa. Coal Oralea, a
nice article. blrawCutUra. Root Cutters. Corn Plant
ers, Ax., fcc. Also, a few tons superior Smiths' Cuai.
Such as Fiuishlng, Screw-Cutting, fcc, fcc, done toorder.
tV All w.rk WARRANTED aud don. upon hunr.iJsrjl
Having had 26 rears eynerlenre In th. business. 1 htel
conndent of giving SATISFACTION.
Terms Cash or IteaJy pay.
Price to suit the time.
flow and l'olnt.
For aale by CaoAeld k Brother, Fromont; V. af. Day, El
more, and air. Groove. Caatatia.
Rellevus, Ohio, Nor. 1, 18l- 'iy)
C?,XWATCHES &. JEWELRY.
IS still receiving artU'le, In hi, line, KETT STYJ.ES of
Jewelry, Watches and Clocks,
SPF.CTJCl.r.S, , c, In endless t.rl -ty.
Maeonnell's (IOI.D PUNS, TTarranUJ Best in market.
7 Call and See, at the
IVc w Music & Jewelry Slorc.
. No. 2, Buckland Block,'
fliers will be found A good assortmeot of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, itnd JEVVELRY,
ALSO ... '
riano Fortes, Melodi ous, Church t IScheol
Coffin Plate and all kinds of ENOHAV1N0 dyne on short
notice, rfiullii.nnd stjle.
PIANO FORTKSofthe iVat makers furnlahed on the
snortfst notice at trss price than can he proeuredp trav
el, ns- ngcnia, ana warranteoior nve years- ,... '
P. H. I do not keep any refuse 1'lannc.tO .palm uff
uic pumic rk grnuine. -Call
and see Msson A: Tlamlln's Molodeons sntt Hai
nlona. Th-y bar only to be heard to be appreciated.
ii run wrini IO we i nuinn raji or tnem:
MAfter having carefully examined the Melodeons of
Messrs. Maaon k Hamlin, I am able p say that ha mv
oplnlonthey are decidedly superior to any- other wittt
which I am acquslntpd. fHfgrtcd)
LOWEL MASO.V, Doctor of Music
Ikeepconstnntly on hand a large assortmvnt of Sheet
Music, and Mimical Merchandise. ParMeaiat- srtiantion
paid to the repairing of Watches and Jewelry asaaV Mu
sical Instruments of every dfacription.
Pianos tuned on shoit notice. .
Ail kinds of Gilt and Row wood MmTd.ti(, rTctu'f
Frames ko constantly on hand and made to ordt-wtoJ ,
FREMONT, Feb. , 113.
Pi) R Ml TOR
TJ TZ wjwj wj wj . wj , v,. w,, Tcv
WARE - pOOMsi
nAKES pleasure In announcing to the" citizens of Fre-
y mont and surrounding conn try, that he has completes)
his new Shop and Furniture Ware-Rooms, on the corjwrof
Front and Garrison streets;
Plrectlv opposite T. Clapp's Grocery t"i-Confectionary,
v nera oe la prpareo to lurniau an tn want 01 iiriuiuri',
of any kind, with as good an article, anjVarcheapa' nv
other catnblisliment In Sandusky county. Among Uin
presenisiocK may uciounu. .
' - LOOKING-GLASSES,
PARLOR FITRMTURF., and in Cut .very article of
Furniture requisite to house-keeping.
He warrants all furnltureaa represented, and to be made
of the very bent and thoroughly
B it fllve him acalland he warrants satisfaction. All
descriptions of furniture manufactured to order, at the
Fremont. March 1,1&S. . lyl
n Mf P3EWS
TT The Union,
vJJ The Constituion,
And tho Rights of Man.
THF.SE aroth. watchwords of the People, and with
them the people will rule, and ton "Stars and Btrtpes'
shall wave on every hill and tn every valley, from Oeeso
to Ocean, and from our Northernmost to our Southern
most limits. Such is our destiny, and by (lie force of our
victorious arntlesRuch must bs our, history. " V
WM. A. RICE,
Has received at his Store,
"A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
and they are continually arriving tn
SUCH QUANTITIES and QUALITIES,
V . -' as will please and suit all . i
HIS OLD and new CUSTOMERS.
And I promise to
Sell Them as Low
As can bo Bought in this Market
I have got ALL that any
one may want, of every de
scription, kind, and quality.
I cannot stop to enumerate.
OODS for FARMERS;
OODS for TOWN FOLK;
OODS for LADIES:
(j OODS for GENTS;
kM OODS for EVERYBODY.
I will gir you prion at the Counter and will also
Insure every one to be Satisfied.
Cotton Goods of every klcyjn
Woolens of every manufae" tiy.
Urooerles, all decrIptloj;- '
Crockery, Boots and Shoea,
Call and See. .
FREMONT, April SO, I8fi3.
nOWS nn ASSOCIATION, Pun.anai.ruiA, Pa. Uer
eases of the Nervou, Hvstem. Hiriial"rrlio.'a..or
Heuilnal Weakness, lmpoteuue, and otlierstlei'liiins f the
Seiulo.l Orirtu,, l'hv.ical Debility, and Freinalure Ileoay
new and reliable treatment. In Runorts of the Huward
Asaociatixii, aeut by mall In sealed envelopes, fre. of
cliarge. Adilresa, Dr. J. HK1I.1I S Hut (IHTON, How
ard Asf"nUitlonwN. t,8oulu 8th HtrMt, Philadelphia,
f Slrci 41, isoo, iy
O. V. IIAIltL, M.I.
PIIYSfCIAN ANt SUKUEOX.
ClfUiK). Visits In the Vlllsre. 26 eentseaehi 1
cents Mr each additional nilld, Prescriptions, 4 to S5
cents e-xcj. 1 mske no cfisrjre to person, who are not .at-
Islh'd with mi mo.le of teatnirnt. Oct. lli. IftfU.
O. W. PAGE,
ATTORNKr AWD COUNBKLLOR AT LAW.
Notary PtiMle. Insiiraneea War Claims. Rfal tatat. anil
tivnetal Collecting Agent.
ciyilf, samhiasy county Ohio. 37yl.
OF ALL KINDS. WHITE
FISH BASS. PICKEREL.
RED HORSE.CAf FIS1I ftiul MACK-'
KRKL bv the Bajrel or half n.rrel.
COD FISH In jnantltlcA.to sub purchaser,. "
CrII Rticl goe, ntv-. HARRIS',
II. AT. BRISTOL & CO.
T M I, .STORE,
'piIE SUBSCRIBERS rcspcclfully n-
UL annemaee to their customers, that ther will eon
41pm to.de business at their old stand
CorDor FcodI sad Croghan Streets,
T they offer for sale at their nsnal Low Price
CARPiiNTER'S TOOLS, and nil kinds
HoMti nardwate neceaaary for Building. . ' i
TTARNESS HARDWARE, .j
1- J. , All kindsand styles.
' ' .V...
NAILS. Th colobrnted' Wheeling
NaiL The best made in the country.
pAINTS, OILSj WINDOW GLASS,
jl anyru (it . i
IRON nd STEEL. Alarrre nssortment
Blacksmilh, will find It to their advantage to call.
AGENTS FOR THE
Reaper and Mower.
AGENTS FOR GATES'
An innumcrablo variety of article too nu
merous to mention; all of which we offer at LOWER prl
cos than were over made here previous to our antral
Those who wish to purcharo
Will find it to their advantage to give us a call and we
shall be happy to show them our Goods, and we think our
prices will be satisfactory.
H- W. BRISTOL & CO.
FREMONT, Sept. 24, 1S3.
riirjc. uim'iu.jmunku reaperimiiy in- Jtfmhm
X iorm the citterns of FHKMONT and gZf
vii-inity that they have rt'Htted and moved
into i he (Ml Alarkel tann occunled 1V K.
H. Underbill, and more Intel? bv A. Travis At Co.. and are
WELL PltKPARKi to acconiniodata their eoatomers with
the choicest articifs in their line. We shall keep
BE BP, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMB, CORNED BEEF,
AND SALT PORK,
For sale at all hoars of the day and the evening. We in
tend to keep, when they can be prorurtd.
Poultry, g4 Butttts Eggt, Potaloe$ mnj VigttmbU:
7" Kvery thrng bought at our Market will be delivered
any where in the oorporationr ty f:rf'm&M
Farmcra lake Notice! We want to boy yon r
rat bailie, Lamm, kc, rouiiry. uooa Hntrr, Kggs, e.
and will pay you the highest market price in CASH.
I pay you the highest c
Fremont, May 23, 1863.
tlfcABI DAtSlA IV s
Tobacco and Cigars.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PPOSS las" REMOVED bis TO-
BACCO STORK to
BICKLAND'S NEW BLOCK,
Opposite th. Bank of Blrrji.ru, Miller Co., when he
has litted npthe neatest establishment thatoan be found
in the West.
I am manufsctnrlnfr Cirars from th. very B F. Vr
SPANINH TOHACCO, andevery Bian who luveaa
Rood Cigar ia is invited to call and try one. -Sold at
W liolesale or Retail, and at lower rates than ean be bought
elsewhere. All kinds of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Kepi on nano. r rusa
rr.is.nl. Jul. ia. tsaiM.
HURRAH I ' . HURRAH!
BATTERED , DOWN !
THK BIO BRICK PILE
Uemoved from our Front,
Which enables ns to olfer to our customers an entire
NEW AND WELL SELECTED
BOOTS JJmm SHOES!
Pnrebasedi lu Now York, .
Since tho Lttto Victotios, wbicb wo will sell
AT GREAT BARGAINS !
Also freah supply of
CUSTOM MADE WORK!
From the manufactory of Sage it Paneost, Rochester, N.T.
Which we Warrant
As Good as Home Manufacture !
' ' LEATHER AND FINDINGS,
On hand and for aale at tlis Lowest Market Trices.
MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING,
or all kinds done oa short nolle, and WARRANTED
. tu give sati.raetlon.
Please give ua a call,
and EXAMINE for yourselves.
FREMONT, Sept. J, 1M,
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
The Hoard of Svliool txaiulitera
OK Rajilu.ky County will meet at th. Union School
Hoiim In r reniont, for eKantination of leaebers,
Kvery Saturday afternoon at one o'clock, until further
Cauh candidate must eome provided with paper and
pencil, and leave wilh the board a Ntainped Utterenvelop.
n. K. tl.AKKK,
Trwnont, 0 , rkpt, 11, 1863. Kxanuasrs. '
Give Thanks, All Ye People!
BY DR. MUHLENBERG.
Give tliRiik, nil ye people, gi re thank to the
Allcluinaof freedom, with joyful accord:
Lot, I lie Knst and the West, Norfh and South
Sen, inuutitiiiu and prairie, one Uiatiksgiving
Charu nfler each verm.
Give tlinnks, all ye people, give thank to the
Alleluias of freedom, with joyful accord.
Fort ho sunshine and rainfall, enriching again
P vi r acres in myrinilt, with treasures of grain;
For the Knrtli still unloading her manifold
For the 8k'M beaming vigor, the Winds breath
, Give thanks
For the Nal ion's wide table, overflowing! y
Where I lie many Jinve feasted, and all have been
Willi no biiii(ln":e,'their God-given ruliU to en
thrall, w; 8 B .
But Liberty gnnrded by Justice for all:
" ' ' i Give thanks
In the renlnis of tlitj "An vil, the Loom, and the
Whose Ijio mines and the fields, to Hitn grate
lit" the flocks and the herds, sins ve hill-sidea
On His 'Ocean domains chnnt His name with the
"V"s- Give thanks
Of conimerce nmrtrnfHc, ye princes, liehold
i uur rieiies trmu xiim vy nose ine surer ana gold,
Hnppicrchlldren of Lnhor, true lords of the soil,
men. tne ureal master-Uorkman, who blessuth
. Give thanks
Bravo met) of our forces, Life-guard of our
To your Leader be loyal, Johovnh of Hosts: .
Ulow tlieMrrpesaiid the Stars aye with victory
Reflecting. His glory, Ho crowncth the Right.
Nor shall ye through our borders, ye stricken of
Only wniling your dead, in the joy have no part:
God's Sfiluce bo yours, and for you there shall
All that honor and sympathy's giftBcnn bestow.
In the Domes
of Jle.siah worshipping
Solemn lilanies mingle wilh jubilant songs;
The Ruler of Nations beseeching to spare,
And our Empire still keep the Elect of His care.
Our guilt and transgressions retnetnlxT no more;
Pence, Lord I righteous Peace, of Thy gift we
And the Banner of Union, restored by Thy
Bq the Banner of freedom o'er All in the Lnnd.
And the Banner of Union, die.
How Near we Are to Death.
A writer in the Itulmcmlnil thus flianniiru.a
on our nearness to death: When we walk near
powerful machinery, we know that one single
inisKtep nnd those mighty engines would tear
us to ribbons with their flying wheels, or grind
us to powder in their ponderous jaws. So,
when we are Ibunderin? across the land in the
rail-car, and there is nothing but half an inch
of iron flange to hold us upon the track. So.
wnen we are at sea in a ship, and there is noth
ing but the thickness of a plank between us
and eternity. We imagine then that we see
how close we are to the edge of the precipice.
tint wc uo not see it. whether on tho sea or
on the land, the partition which divide us from
eternity is something thinner thnn an oak plank
or half an inrh of iion flange. The machinery
of life and death is within us. The tissues that
hold these beating powers in their place are of
ten not thicker thatrahect of paper, and if that
thin partition were pierced or ruptured, it would
be just the same with us as if a cannon bull had
struck us. Death is inseparably bound up with
life in tho very structures of our bodies. Strug
gle as he will to widen the spare, no man can
at any time go further from death than the
thickness of a sheet of paper.
Presence of God.
The habitual conviction at the presence of
0od is the sovereign remedy in temptations'; it
supports, it. consoles, it calms us. We must not
bo surprised that we are tenanted. We are plac
ed here to be proved by temptations. Every
thing ia temptation to us. Crosses irritate our
pride, and prosperity flatters; our life is a. eoti
tiuuiil warfare, but Jesus Christ combat wilh
us. We must let temptations, like a tempest,
beat upon our heads, nnTl still move .on; like a
traveler surprised on the way by storm, who
wraps nis ciouk anout mm, and goet on his jour
ney in spite of tlie opposing elements.
In a certain sense, there is little to do in do
ing the will of Ood. Still it ia true that it is a
great work, because it must be without anv re
serve. This spirit enters the secret foldings of
our hearts, and even the most upright affections,
na tne must necessary attachments, must be
regulated by hi will; but it is not the multi
tude ot hard duties, it is not constraint and con
tention, that advance us'in our Christain course.
On thecontrnry, it is the yielding of our, wills,
without restriction and without choice, to trend
cheerfully every day in the path in which Prov
idence leads us, to seek nothing, to be discour
aged by nothing, to trust all else without re
serve to the win nnd power of God. Let ub
pray to our heavenly Father that our willa may
be swallowed up in bis. t'endon.
A Hundred Years to Come.
Did our readers ever contemplate the full im
port of tho following lines? Lot fancy and'spee
illation hirve full sway, and the truths which
they contain will impress themselves upon your
tniixlh with a vividness never before realized:
"Who'll press for gold this crowded street,
A hundred years to come?
' Who'll tread your church with willing feet,
A. hundred years to come?
' Pale, trembling age, aud fiery youth,
And childhood with his how o truth, ,
The rich and poor, on land, on sea, ,
Where will the mighty millions be
' A hundred years to come?
'"We'all within our graves shall sleep,
A hundred years to come;
No living soul for us will weep,
A hundred years to come; !
But other men our land will till, , '
Aud others then our streets will fill,
Ami oilier words will aing as gay,
And bright tho sunshine as to-dny,
A hundred years to roiiio."
Willie Jiihusou. aged thirteen years, drummer
in Company D, Third Vermont Itj eimenL has
been presented by Secretary Stanton in person
with tho Star Medul of Honor, for heroin en,,.
duct in the seven daya' fight before ilickmond.
While strong men threw away guns, knapsacks,
and evorytliing calculated to impede their flight,
mm u.iy tump iu ma urum, aim tie was tho on
ly d rummer in the division who. hrtiiiirlir l.i.
drum from thu field.
Nkvxu Sulk. Better drnw tho cork of vour
indignation, and let it foam and fume, than to
wire it down to turn sour and crid within you.
8ulks alfect tho liver, and are still worse for the
heart and tho soul. Wrath driven in i as dan
gerous to the moral health as suppressed small
pox to the animal system. Dissipate it by re
flecting on the mildness, humility and serenity
of better men -than yourself. Buttering under
greater wrongs than you have ever been called
urjon to bear hedtfittdtM.
The 8th Illinoia Cavalrv hnva ro.piill.toH fur
Th.it man haa no strength who doesn't respect
All persons are printer; they are making tin
presslons on many leaf of character.
The skrtetons of three Indians have neon Ar
up in Hamilton street, New Havun.
Snow fell to the depth of from six to ten ineh.
es throughout Northern Iowa, Wisconsin and
Minnesota on the 13th inst.
The Boston Post ssvs the onrm.it ion have one
consolation for next yearthey bare great room'
Out of New York and Brooklyn, the arrere-
(rate Copperhead mnjorittrs do not exceed 10.000,
whilst the Union majorities run up to 60,000.
A soldier writing from Vickshurtr sava: "We
are making Vicksburg so strong that nothing
can take it except an earthquake, or Oen. Grant. '
A countrywoman of Jenny Lind, by name
Mademoiselle Eneqiiist. has made her snnenr-
ance at a few London concerts, where she was
pronounced equal to Jenny.
In some parts of Germanv it ia enntrnrw tn
law for mothers to sleep with their infants until
they are two years old, because so many of the
latter are suffocated by the practice.
One of thelanrest drv eoods inerchantsnf lfw
York says that the dajnand for extravagant lux
uries in the way of costly and showy goods is
greater now than for twenty years past.
Cotton is arriving at Cincinnati in rnn.i.lom.
ble quantities. A cargo of 315 bales from Mem
phis arrived on Friday last, and another of 500
hales the day previous.
Wendell Phillips, in a tectum at Rnafnn s
Tuesday evening, expressed himself in favorof
continuing Mr. Lincoln in the Presidential chair
lor soother term.
Sotno of tho English pennantrv took the re
cent earthquake for a sign that the world was
corning to an end, and packed up to emigrate to
ils, uvuiu uiu calamity.
Cairo is frowiiie fast. When the war mm.
menced it hud 2,000 inhabitants; now it has
8,000. Many good buildings are going up, and
the inside of the town is being filled up and
The Currollton Courier and Logan Qazctta,
Copperhead sheets, have given up the ghost
since the October election. A number of the
some class of papers are in a fainting condition.
The six votes cast for Vallandighsm in the
94ih regiment were all from one company; and
what is very siiruifiraut is. that fiinr nA i
1 1. ..j ir... , , . r . .
w cvHu nuve aireatiy aetertca, thus putting
i"w M.im;u wiiuiuiuy upueja in tneory.
Cienr smoking is now strictlv forlmlrien in
Constantinople either in or out of doors, owinir
to the supposition that the practice has caused
The Columbus Express snva- x.dn.on
died and thirty-seven criminals are now in con-
nnemeiiint the 1'enitentiary. The number Bp
pears to be rather on the decrease."
Nothing i mean enough for the reliel .r.
rillas in Tennessee. They recently stole all the
horses belonging Io an old man. in 'Gibson mns.
ty. in that Stale, over 80 years ' of age, and a
soldier of 1812. .
The St. Louis JTews declares "without fnarnf
contradiction," that four fifths of the volo cast
in opposition to the Radicals, is thoroughly dis
loyal, nnd if left to themselves VHiramcU&d, would
vote to-gay to ioko .Missouri out of tho Union.
. Tlie original of President Lincoln's Emanci
pation Proclamation, sent to t!;e Great Sanitary
Fair at Chicago, we learn from the Tribune, has
been sold. Tho. B. Bryan, Esq., is named as
purchaser for $3,000.
. A Smoiit Mistakk. The Fulton Patriot says:
"Promi uent Copiic-rhcads in our community are
complaining that '-the country has gone tn the
devil "on account of the Union triumnh. Thev
make the mistake of supposing themselves to
Found it oor ,t Last. The Richmond Die.
patch says:-"Even in fighting qiialities we ought
u aiiow uy mi nine mat aiscipiine can con
vert, the Northern masses into first rate fighting
machines, and that the only way to counteract
its effects is by equal or superior discipline on
A Chaltnnooga correspondent mentions the
continued arrival of deserlcrs from tho rebel ar
my, aiid a significant fuet in this connection, is
that most of tboe men desert while on picket
duty. Soldiers suspected of disaffection arc
pevor placed on picket duty; hence, the con
clusion is that those deemed most reliable ore
The Ohio Statesman announces the contem
plated formation of a new Methodist Episcopal
Church, of tlie clasa Copperhead, in which de
lectable concern no radical Unionists can have
part or-lot. If that martyr saint, Edson B. Olds
loins this church, we advise the "proprietors" to
have a cmid quantity of "waste paper" on hand.
or mere win oe trouble. ueve. iMder,
The grand Wood Procession yesterday was a
great success, and grand sight. The whole.!
country turned out with, wood and provision
for the Soldiers' families, and completely block
aded the town. There were some 300 wagon
in me procession, presenting a fine appearance
as it passed through town, accompanied by the
mans uann. i nis demonstration will assure
the soldiers in the field that their families will
not suffer during the winter. Urbma Vit.,2Qth,
J. 0. Phillips, of Chamnaiirn countv aaham
ed of the imputation of bavins- voted for Vnl.
lauuigiinm, went neiore ma i'robats J edge of
inncouiiiy, itnu mnae sojemn oain lliat "he did
not vote for Clement L.' Vallandigham, s Gov
ernor of Ohio." Men who did vota for the
traitor will get more and more ashamed of it
as time goes on.
The Intercepted Rebel Correspondence.
Tho N. Y. 7 Wi publishes over four columns
in fine type of the correspondence.dcc, recently
captured on the blockade runners, It. JF. Lee,
Vurnubui and Jilia, off Wilmington, N. C, and
The most important of these documents inn
series oi papers and contracts from London in
leierence to tb buijding of vessels for rebel use
in running the blockade, etc.. from which n
elear idea ean be had of the mode in which the
rebel nave, conducted their operation in Eng
land, and the difficulties they have had to en
counter, especially in regard to money. Mr.
principal aetor in tne anair. aives a tar-
rible excoriation of some of the other an-entn in
mo uianer, snowing np their knavery and per
uuy in rviresiiiug style.
Altogether theso document give dismal
lew of rebel prospects aboard, and furnish
aliiiudant proof that the rebellion in all ita ram
ifications, is managed by the foulest set of scnun
(trcUthjjt ever figured in the history of the world.
OovEXNo Johnson on yALLANniotuu. At a
meeting held at the Capitol, Nashville, on Sat
urday, the 17th instant, to congratulate on the
Union elections in the North, Governor Johnson
sjxike of Tennessee in tho future. He adduced
many fact to disprove the assertion that slavery
was necessary to the culture of cotton and suirar.
sou nuviH.awj iuw ooiiey or tensing or lolling out
in small households the extensive plantations on
thulbwer Mississippi. Ho dilated upon the fine
natural advantages of Tennessee, and remarked
that "the w ar would Contribute to purge the
Slate oi the great curse of slavery, throw lis bor
ders open to the iuimigrstion, which free labor
uvites. Ho regarded thedufvut of Y allamlig-
ham atra National blessing," anal com'ludod with
advocating a more vigonttis prosecution of the
war, so tost a permanent peace might bo enter-
Pd upon within tne coming year. -.
Letter from Fairfax Hospital.
Correspondence of the Journal.
U. S. Asbjt Gknkl Hosftt!, ,
FAiarax Ssminabt, Vs., Not. 9. 18G3.
Dsa Jouanai.: Your welcom tisif, for
few week past, remind me of promise I made
to keep your editor advised of what transpired
and occurred in thia mundane portion of th
"sacred soil;" and although my letter bear data
at present from a general hospital, another msy
bo dated Bud written "In the field," where but
few honrs before host met host In deadly con
flict, and afier having helped bring in the
wounded and dying, aiding to bandage, dress
Wounds, or close eyes in grim death, few mo
ments occur wherein to think of friends and
loved ones, and these are always improved by
very soldier, if he be fortunate enough to hate
scrap of paper and pencil, for he know not at
what moment tlie relaxation from deadly strife
may be terminated by an order to fill haversack
with 'five day ration and eartridge-box with
forty rounds of amunilion;" and I opine few
soldiers are unacquainted with the mmintnorof
such an order, especially If Ibev have been for-
lunate enough io have been "in the front" ft
twelve month or sol
Hospital life present such daily monotony
of tlie self-same routine, that I could add but
little to your knowledge of how the poor soldier
fare after he is admitted, to the time when he
may have become cured and agniu fit to resume
active duty with hi regiment; or, not fit for
neia duly, is transferred to the Invalid Corps for
light work in garrison or to do guard duty at
the various public offices in Waahinctiin snd at
all posts where a General HoHpilafis located;
and, again, when not fit for the Invalid Corp
he is discharged the service; and, still more, his
nysical organization having been so shattered
y wounds and amputation, or malignant dis
eases of incurable type, he finally receives his
discharge from all earthly woe. suffering and
strife to join the vast hosts marshaling on the
oan its ol the heavenly Jordan. Yet, amid suf
fering the most acute and intense, one dying on
one side of the bed while on the other aide an
other poor comrade lies outstretched under the
agonies of a surgical operation from the effect
of which he may never revive, one ean see and
realize, all too fearfully, that verily 1n "the midtt
of life we are in death." But the every day re-
currenceof such scenes instead of giving the sol-
dier nt least large portion a realizing sense
and idea of his own danger and liability to a
similar fate, only render hitn callous and seem
ingly careless a to the ultimate termination of
his earthly cares; and throughout all hospitals,
every day, can be heard some one singing:
"So let the wide world wag as It will,
TU be gay and happy still!"
No thought of the awful future not even a mo
mentary care for the present! Of such is the
I Send VOU oreptino .tear Ji.itbiiai Te.ktM all
our Ohio to,.' here thirty-eight in number
over the glorious result in the triumphant elec
tion oi iiaouaRBiia io remainder of the Union
State ticket. Although the entire thirty-eight
of us had to go to Alexandria, a distance of 2)
miles, to vote, it was done cheerfully; even four
Wounded men were sent in an amhnlnne nn.
derguing pair? and Buffering for the privilege of
voting against a trailorl We could have held
an election here it only requiring 20 voters to
secure u that privilege but at the lime
the agent was here distributing the neces
sary blank election papers, there were only four.
Ohio boys in hospital; and aa we have seldom
had over sixteen to eighteen here, it w thought
useless to leave the blanks, especially as we had
only a short distance to Alexandria. Thirty- '
eight good Union votes were sent in from here,
ana "nary ior the traitor and yet if a good
administration-supporting, war democrat had
been nominated, instead of a traitor, to run
against Urouou, tefentu-lwo would have vote.) tlm
entire democratic ticket! W soldiers came out
to fight snd risk our lives for the maintenance
of our glorious Union not as it was, thank God
bill ior a union that shall have freedom from
one end of it to the other! 'Tis true thmisnnrl..
of us came out to fight, "hot to free slaves, but t
regain the vast portion of country which bad
separated itself from us, and to "re-possess the
lorts and arsuels and public property" which
the blood-thirsty chivalry had taken and stolen
from us. Then it was not dreamed of that this
rebellion would assume the gigantic magnitude
it has; and it has within year or so ruitt. be
come so palpably evident to I he most obtuse that
narj it not been Tor the rebels among our peo
ple in the North not Southern but Northern .
rebelsthis fearful war would have been closed
Wong ere this. The rebels, encouraged with their
own vaunting ability to crush and humble the
North, supported by and secretly and openly
sustained by our robels at the North, put for
ward energy, intellect, physical power, a hop
of plunder and every other , available source
throughout their States, until their armies wero
able to cope with our own. Aud while every
reverse was hailed and exulted over by traitor
at the North, in corresponding degree was ev
ery pairiouc measure aaoped and put forth by
nio uuiiiiiiisirauon, nowiea against and croco
dile tears shed over, until nearly every soldier
had the beam taken out of his eye and could .
pinimy nee ana distinguish the hellish design
of the. leading democratic politician of tho
JN orth. It is truo wheu the Emancipation Proc
lamation was first issued an intense excite
ment prevailed throughout the armv! hut. thia
only prevailed so long as the traitorous howl at
the North was at its highest; and when men had
time to reason with themselves in regard to tha .
wisdom of "Old Abe's" declaration of independ
ence to seven million human beins-s. tha
treachorous taunts that were wafted to us from
our democratic rebel friends, at the North, that
we wore fighting a "nigger war." that we were,
abolition tools and slaves, fighting for "the nig
ger," etc., soon cea'ed of effect. If it was nec
essary to confiscate real estate in the Southern
Slates, and tocouhscate cotton, horses, cattle, Ac,
to weaken the enemy and to strengthen us, why
could or should it be wrong to liberate teven mil- -
Iwn human moult from tervile bondage especial-
ly when it was maintained and argued, at th '
South, that they were to form the corner-stone
of the new confederacy I Time ha demonstrat
ed that since "Old Abe" knocked the corner
stone of rebeldom from under the rot ton struct
ure, it is fast crumbling to pieces, and dividing
East and West, North and South! And. air. .
there need be no more annrehenaion at tha .
North from the traitor who have heen nloiiino
and scheming against the administration, we
soldier care very little what democratic, stay-,
at-home intriguer may think or say of demo
cratic soldiers fighting for their country. Ti
better to fight for freedom for dou a-trodden
race and for the restoration of our unhappy coun
try to its former rank and station among nations.
wim jremom sec urea in every human peine
throughout all its border, than occupying and
exercising the full right and titlo of traitor to
mat same country in its most agmnzmg peril!
Let them howl like their rebel brethren at the
South, their power to do harm is fast eomiiurto
an ignominious end; and, in year to come, Weir
offspring will hare to hang their heads iu sor- '
row and shame while the offspring of the de
fenders of the Union are pointing; the finger of
scorn, "t them and even in tin generation
shame and confusion will follow every North
em traitor! Forward! soldier of the Union, a
glorious future will yet dawn on our blood
deluged laud, and millions will rise up to Mess
its heroic defenders! : , .-
Through very reliable source I am enabled -to
state that the Army of the Potomac is at pres
ent moving forward in what' direction is not
allowed me to say but you can-confidently re- '
ly oo stirring news if there is any back-bone
left to Lee's army since Sedgwick' glorious as
sault a few days sine, snd they should feel dis
disposed to disput th p resect v movement of '
Gen. Mead. .- .
Th pay-master was her to-day and made
glad th hearts of all th intnates or tha hospit
al through liberal distribution of Uncle Sam's
"green-backs." As there i air abundance of
money ia the national treasury, every soldier
in the army will bare his pay for the months of
September and October in his pocket in a few
days hence, as the paymasters have ail had their
drafts promptly filled at the trttasurv. nnl k.
gone forward to their respective posts.
Nothing new hero that would interest you, '.
and as my letter ha already lengthened Itsvlf
iuv.v viiMi, wm in. iiiicrniion. i must -nam .
H. S. U. S. A.
The 1st rain raised the Ohio at Piltshunr tn,
8t foet on the 17th. with one foot of snow at the
head waters of the lloiioiigahula. Nine, tow
boat and fifty-eight barges, containing 515,(KH
bushels coal for Cincinnati, 370,000 for Louis- '
ville, 65,000 for Madison, and 300,000 for Cairo,
are pushing down the Ohio from 'ilUbuig.
The Monkwearmouth coal nTino ia the A.n-
est one iu the world. The diulb. of thin '
from the surface is 1.900 feeL am) the .!,...,..
of eonl underneath extend to a distanoo of two
mile from the shaft. About StMl tumia
employed in it and 600 tons are mined duily
ins nns ui Dot lorn varies Trow 84 9 to 70 ,
Fahrenheit and tb niner work in (tXtuost.