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'n .'miDKLAfab. 1 T ' tlONflft aiiuMTT.
lll CKLAlf D EVEHETT) j
Attorneys..1 Ooenutora at Law, and SoHeltora In Chan
cer., will attend t arofeinai business and Lead
Asucv lninr)uUr and s'ljr.'lnlna Counties. .
CsJjh w.l btorj BuaWUnd a.w Blncn, frdraont.
B. Ban0A0.i " 1 K. Owxa.
ttornc-yt and Counsellors at Law,
Will attend pmmtitle tobnslneae ntrantrit tothelrear..
OKFICE In Buckland'! New Block, Front 8 treat.
Refer to Blrchard, Miller & Wilson, Bankers, :
Special attention given to procuring Par and Itnnnty of
deceased Soldiers. VKKHON T. Ohio.
, .,1wmtj tth, MM.' i ' J 1 , . ' 'ii
nrnnrti -ft-, a t vif 1 V
' BURQEON DENTIST.
1 looms in Fago's Building, near I' a Post Orhce.
t All llnM In nafi.lilr n.r.,n..1 nrAmnlli .
' Warranted to give satisfaction. , .
annenr a nine! jiiiim a niiis-
it. s nice Ac so.,
Phyiioians & Surgeons,
I REIUONT, o.
' V?m an 4 RntDiMO on Arch Stmt, ttear th Rati
May 16, 1M7. 10tf
Ir. J. W. GKOAT,
"ITfOl'I.LD RK9PKCTFULLY fcanowno to ttw el(l-
IV mm of Kremnnt and rieinity that h lift porroo
, titW tmftted In th ftbove nnmd plnea, fur Mi pmotlo
of Hadie.nnd Surfferv. otl hofwn lir itrlct fttteniion
fr UMlr pttronrvjre.
- . ParUulr ftttentloa pM to Pnrtrorr and the treatment
f ChrmiU llMiMa. Offloa la Baca.tnU'a Block. Baal
drnee, Trry Clnaaa.
June 10, 4tf.
r llomoutliy. v-
Dnctora KAtl.WO and TAYT.OR, hare fnrmed a part
nonthlp for the purpoaa of praeticlnit Homkopatht In tbla
place and Y.cinity, and would ranpectfully announra to
the publlo that thir preaont arrangement will enable
thona dealrtntn avail themacWea of Hnmeopnthlc treat
ment, to rely with certainty upon prompt attention to
their call", whether In or out of town.
Office Btirkland'a Old Block, aecnnd floor.
. W. FAIL1NO. 8. B. TAYLOR;
Fremont, O., March 1, IMS.
II. 91. SHAW,
19 prepared to do all work In the rrentnl Profeaalnn with
promptness and aattiifacLInn to all who may need hU ser
vice!. He la prepared to Net from a alngle tooth to form
lngcnmpleU nets fornpper and lower jaws. Teeth in
serted on plTnt, or (rold, or silver plate. '
OFFICE tnBuckland Block, np-stalra.
Jan. 1, 1H63,
jf' oul OF TIDIn, hM permiinentlT located la Fro
mont. After h.Tln)r h.4 nine year, expert
-UUXr enet he eonelder. hlmeelf competent to mrry
on the profesHion, in .11 !ta T.riou. form. od guarantee!
aatl.rMtloil In erery eftM.
Office In Bhomo'e block, fornerly occupied, bf Dr B. R.
T.her. All operation warranted. -Fremont,
March 18, 1840.
c. n. Mccuiiiiocn, ! '
Dnigs, Modicino,' Dye-SluQk, Glass, Paints,
Olli, Books, Stationery, QlaM Ware, &c, fto.
No. 3, Buckland Block, Fremont.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils,
Varn1he, Djo-Stoffnj Bomina Fluid, Boka, station
ery, Wnll Paper, Fncj Qooda, Tors, Clfrari, Chewing
Tobaooo, fcc, Ito. . Ko. 1, Backland Block,
.''-i FltKMONT, OHIO, n
ltoberts tic Sheldon. -
1 tlnanlaetonra of Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron W. and
P taler. In Store., Agricultural ImpleraeDta, Storey Rug.,
Woot, Hide., Sheep-pelt, Old Copper, Old 8toe, c
"All ort of genuine Yankee Notlona. St. Clair"! Brick
fjioclcj S, J, Fremont, Ohio. ' ' May W, 1864.
O. U P1KBCE, PaorKirroa, CLYDE, OHIO.
Thii Hoaaa haa been thoroughly repaired and newly
tuniiahl In a style eeldom equaled fcy hotels In then
dayi; and the Proprietor aore the trarellng public that
Boaiutrtlon on hi! part .hall be wanting to make their
" tompsrarr itay with him both comfortable and agreeable
F.t side of the 0. ft T. Uailroad track.
October 3, 18CJ. ... ' .
. (FORMERLY THE OHIO BOUSE.)
A. J. BEERY, Proprietor.
THIS HOUSE, so long keDt by David
Deal, 4faa been taken by the eubacriber and recently
reAtted, fcc.,and no palm will be .pared to make guests
comfortable while staring with ma. Ooodyard for teami.
Corner or Front and Garrison atreots.
. A. J. BEERY.
emnt, Juh, 29, I860. My 1. ; . I
' ? CROGHAN HOUSE,
FllAJJK N. GURNEY, Rroprietor.
t(Th CaooHag has been put in order and is now ready
or guests. .
' Guests of the House eoarejed to and from the Depot
fre of charge. March , 1800.
'' ' (Furmerlf fas Frtmonl Hon.)
Win. KEiSSLEIt, Proprietor,
corner or Pike ahd front streets,
Passengers carried to and from the Uouse fre, of charge
: February 16, 188. . .
House and Sign Painter, Gilder,
' Grainer and Paper Hanger ; Kahomin
ing done to order, on short notice.
SHOP In BUCKEYE BLOCK, up-stalrs, opposite Roberta
Sheldon's tin.hop, rUEIIION'r, O. . ,Apr27'6.
FRUIT JARS AND COAL OIL. .
Just received and for sale at n bolesal, and retail
,150 Dot. Glass Fruit Jars;
60 " Stono Fruit Jars;
Just in time fd putting op Fruit.' i f. '
Also 15 bbis. COAL 01 7. m
to be sold at the Lowest Figures.
E. D1L..0X soy,
Frjmont, Aug. 18, 1863. Druggists.
AMD ROT YPES.
M. W. FITCH,
takes pleasure in saying
to bis nuinwoua patrons
and friends, that he is
still MAKlNlfj PIC
TURKS in'tW BEST
BT 1 1. K aau juo m rear
sonae torfni al any artist in town. He haa
lately added enlarge Camerm,
to hisapparatuacapahl, of taking ambrotyTH-s direct frrm
faswIUr, nearly or quit, the sis. of life. 7" Oil Paint
lag, mad. Itom dagoexreotypes or from life and wmrmmud
tuet9rf. luitructiou! given in the business.
ROOMS-rOvar the Bank of Fremont, corner of Front
and Crghan .trocts. M. W. FITCH.
- Fremont, March 18. 18W. '
HAVIXtJ KNLARGKD MY BUOf
I am now prepared to pleaae all my old euatomers and as
many new one. as CONSULT THEIR OWN INTEREST,
by calling oa a for any thing in my Una -
.FVow a Truck Wagon to a $300 Carriage.
Those id want of a tip-top, A Ne. 1, Buggy, Carriage or
Wagon, ara rao,aeit4 to call oa me before purchasing
.lsewhene, , . t . ,
P(J ' All my work is Warranted la every
, O. particular, to stand the knocaa.
Bhopat the Old Stand apposite the Steam Mill.
JOHN P. HIOOHE.
FREMONT, Joly , IS . , .
FOR SALE AT COST.
MT ENTIRE STOCK OP
i GROCERIES, LIQUORS, I
' STONE and GLASS-WARE,
LIVERPOOL and ROCKINGHAM
WARE, ' TOBACCOS, of all kiods,
.CIGARS, 40.,, , : ,,., ...
..'..'.-; ' Also,-- ' r-" : '
, Aoompleta stock P
. CANDY TOOLS dJ MACHINES, ,
One pair Horses, and two Peddling Wagons
early .' This U a rar, opportu.lty for a pornoa
., wlahlng U go lot. the
Manufacture of all kinds of Candies.
My roate. ara established, and ready aalea eaa be made
r CASH, for ail that eaa b manufactured
aiLio, vIaApp, .
Wmont. Ohio, Jan. 41. 1863.
SEWING MACHINES that a child can
use, at LEaUEB'S 8H0B STOKE,
- ' .. r ....... . .!. .. .! Hd;l I I . v .x ' 'IB i -,r fin I
ESTABLISIIED.18y., VUIa. XXXIV. r , :' ,.' ", ' '.'... ... ';;;','-: . ' t NEW SERIES, . VOL. XI, NO. 48.
FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY,- OHIO,
DECEMBER 4, 18C3.
Look well to your Insurance
Losses Paid at this Agcnf j.
I fa. ft. OUra?N. Rratitxtii .
Offloa Buckland Building. (novO'62.) FREMONT,
General Insurance Agency.
; ; i.ife, fire Atfi ; ' ,
Inl and !; N avigati oh Insurance,
; " . " ' i In nil ltsbranchns, i-; u i-
. 'n trst Claw CASH Companl. s. '
Corn Exchange Fire and Inland tfavfoa,
Hon Insurance Company. Vi.',-
Cash Capital and Surplus 550,0(r0
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company.
Established in 1821, Caah Capital anil Surplus 400,000
Arctic Fire and Inland Navigation Insur
ance Company. ...
Cash Capital and 3 arplu! ............. $276,000
: Irving Fire Insurance Company, t
Cash Capital and Surplus $350,000
Lorrillard Fire Insurance Company.
Cah Capital andSurplus $075,000
This Company dividea three-quarters of the nut profits
to the Poller huldera, in script, bearing interest, with
outany liability to Insured. Policies iflMicd for 1, &, ft
yoMeoa farm Property, bwellioga and Furniture. ,
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company,
Of Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital and Snrplus$800000
, ALL LOSSES PAID HERE. . ' .
i -!!! . . " D.8. CA.TIt'lLD A (en I.
NoTamber0,186. i yl i .f
And Inland Navigation Insurance.
; Home Insuraxioe .Company,
Of New York, Capital and Surplus over $1,700,000.
Oha. J. Maktiiv, JVM'f. I 1
A. K. Willmartii, V. Pru't. I iorur McOkr, Sec'f.
"TTT"niM5 the above Company has only been In eviiit
' W nce about seven years, yet it ranks as one of THE
BEST Lvawtaxta Companies ix Tan li.td. With a large
Capital, seearWy tarMfeaT, and a strong Board of Officers,
who are devoted to Its interest, and a reputation for the
prompt pathrxt op iva Losskb, it eommcnds itsolf to
tha eonndenoBof th! publia. ';
ApplicaUons received, and policies Issned by
; R. W. B. McLELLAN; .
1 AtTPTit fop Sandoak Countj, 0.
Fremont. Mayl, 1813.
Insure Your Lives.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Ol Hartford, Cottn. ",.
TH13 COMPANY, hn paid t fauilliM for lattmu on
144 lives the laat year. orr.i...L.. f 360,000
It baa nald In Dlrtdcnda the laat year to thofte
holding policies, of er.. .......... ......... f 216,000!
. It haa paid Total Leaaca on 1,413 l iven, orer $3,003,000
do re, over ..2,U000
Amor.fr 20 Companiea making Rcporti to the Manna-
chuaetta Insurance Commitvtinu, laat January ,-r-ainonit
which were the leadiui; and largest Companies of the
country, It waa shown that this company had done tin
bnrlnoaa ainee Ua organization, at a U'aa ratio of expense
lo lta recetpta, thaa any oi tiie 'w, uiereoy eomnMtWlng
to all Beekiiiflr Life Insurance.
It takes Notes for half the premium when It amounts
60. and lta dividends, which were 60 per cent the laat
year, (and have averaged nearly that amount since it
organisation,) are appnea to tne payments or the flows.
The Large Capital of the Company; lta Economy
Management: Its accommodating terms, with lis prompt
ness in navinK Losae. are an many naiou why persons
iiomu uiaure ueir urea in ii i i . i - t i
Applications received by
It. W. 11. NtLELLAN, Agent.
Fremont, 0, May 1, 1603.
IX anhscrlber haa and will enn
atantly keep the heart aaaortmont
kM 3 Com
Couaty. which he will tell cheap and
WAKHAflT UNO! . -i
c Superior Workmnnslili. 1
He also haa and will continue to keen on hand number
Of different alzeat Tarring in price and quality to suit the
tastes of rich or poor. He also haa a aplendid HKARSE
that wilt accompany hla Coffina at Funerals.
Uia Shop and Ware Kooms are situated In Ballrlila
nearly opposite tne jiaimue r acior.
tfaityiue, nay u, isoo. inyi v ivtiH u.siNun.
Foreign and American Marble!
CroghaaBtreet, on. doov west of tha Tyler Brick Block,
and all kfnda of Marble work executed lo the Boat.
east, and moat tasteful manner.
Orders are respectfully solicited, and all work warranted
toaatiafy, - a
' Fremont, January, 1862.
1 OF KINDS. 1
Sold in Fremont, by
ROBERTS & SHELDON.' .
Fremont, Jan. 9, 18GS. 1 . .,
THE "llELLVUE F0UiDERY
IS STILL IN OPERATION !
I' AM maaufaeturlng the eelebratod CURTIS RON
BtiAkf fLOW. which is not surpassed by sn.rast
flow made. LONO'8 1MPU0VKI), all slaes. CENTKH
LEVKH. or Fltuliura Flow, which for linhtneas of draft
cannot be beat. 1'I.DW F01NTS of nearly .very kind in
use. STKKl, PLOWS of the celebrated Lagnnda manu
facture, which drew the Arat premium at the liuroo coua-
tv jBotj I air, as a t-ralrle Flow. , .
, Wheat Drill
WarranUd saperior to aujr lo uh. liiauer Bella, la and
24 gallon Kettles. C1W alUI gorvwa. Coal Grates,
nioaarilele. Straw Cuttara. Boot Cutters. CornFlant
.ra,fte.,ft. Also, a few tons supsriot auutha Cai.
Job Work ' i
Such as Finishing, Screw Cutting, ftc, ftc, doo, to Qrdar.
-jT" All work WARRANTED and done upon honer.T
' Having had 28 ysstra evperienee in the bulla. aa, 1 fuel
oounoui oj gnim BAiuirauuuM. t .
Terms Cash or Heady pay,
Prices to iHlt the tlmea.
Plowi and Polnla,
For sale by Canfleld ft Brother, Froioont; 1). M. Day, EJ'
aiore, aud Ur. tiruous, Caatalla.
' J. HASKELL. '
Bellerue, Ohio, Nor. 1, 1868. .'jl
fX. WATOHES &. JEWELRY.
la still racclvingartlcloa In his Una, MIT STYl.KS of
Jewelry, Watchet and Clockt,
, erF.CTJd.CS, ft., in endless variety.
Maeoanell's OOLD PF.NS, Warranted Bost In market.
. I3T Call and See, at tha' ' POST OFFICE.
1 cw Music & Jewelry Store.
No. 2, Buckland Block, '
FltEMOXT, O., 1
Khera Will be found a good assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
'.. - also, i ! '
PianoFortes, MetodeOns, Chnrch dk School
CofRn F lata and all klnlls of ENORAVINO dontoa short
. notio.,and la Aad style. ,
PIANO FORTES of the bet makeTS fnrnlnltpil nn trta
shnrteet notice at less prle than can be procured of tray
eling sgenU, and warraiiti-d for Hve yeara-
F. rt. I do not keep any refuae I'laooa to palm offon
the public as genuine
' Call and see Mason h Ilamlln's Melndenna and Harmo
nlons. They bare only to be hard te be appreciated.
Kead watrt-LowH Maenn nays of them:
"After having cnrelnlly examined the MelMcons of
Heaare. Mason tismun, 1 am ahie to any that In my
opinion, they are decidedly auperior to any other with
wuicn i atn acqunniieu. (.Mgnei)
10 W EL MA80N. Doctor of Vasic.
I keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Shet
Music, and Musical Merchandise. Parllcolar attention
Hie tat the reftatring of Watehea and Jewelry, and Mu-
eteal Ittstrami-nta of every description. - l
: j mnoH in ma snort netieo.
All kinds of Gilt and Rosewood MntildlngN, Ttcture
r rnn.es ac, consiamiy on nana ana male to onier.
- K. la CHOS.H.
FREMONT, Feb. 2, 1M3.. .. f ,
' ' VM TSCirtTM Y
rrAKSS pleaawre In annottnetns; to th elliaena of Frek
1 mont and anrrounding country, that he has completed
Ms tV.'W Shop and Furniture Ware-Booms oa the onrner ol
rront nnt Garrison Streets.
Directly opposite T.'Clapp'K fJroeerV and Confectionery,
w nere ne is prepared v rurntsh alt in want of Furniture,
of any kind, with an good an arttele, and aa cheap as any
other establishment .in, Saadtiek ouaaty' Among hU
presenr atocv may ne lonna. -
TABLES, v: (
PARLOR FURNITURE, and la fact every article ol
Furniture requisite to houae-keeplng.
lie warrant, all furniture an represented, and to be made
oi in.very oesiaua iuorougniy
1 tr Olve him acnll and he warrants satiflfactlnn. All
descrlptiona of furniture manufactured to order, at the
Fremont, March IB, MM ayl
1 TT The Union,
vJ4 The Constituion,
And the Rights of Main.
THESE ara the watchwords of the People, aad with
them the people will rule, and the Stara and ptripea
aliall ware on every kill and in every valley, from Oeen
to Ocean, and from oar -Northern raorTt to our Southern
most limits. Such la our destiny, and by the force of oar
victorious armlet such must be our history. ;; ,t .
WM. A. RJ0E.
Has reoelted at his Store,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
; ., - -r .., , f
and they are continually arriving in .
SUCH QUANTITIES and QUALITIES,
' as will please and sot all '
IUS OLDand new CUSTOMERS.
And I promise to
Sell Them as Low
As can be Bought in this Market
..i i' n'
I have got ALL that any '
onemay want, of every de-
senptton, kittd, and quality.
' I cannot stop to enumerate, . .
OODS for FARMERS; 7
OODS for TOWN FOLK ;
OODS for LADIES;
OODS for GENTS; tt
OODS for EVERYBODY.
t will give you prices at the Counter and will also
Insure every one to be Satisfied.
Cotton Goods of every kind. .
Woolens of every manufacture;
Groceries, all descriptions.
Crockery, Boots and Shoes,
Ao. Slo, , i;
Call and See.
M i if J
WM. A. HICK.
; FREMONT, April SO. TSflS.
I OWARO A
I mscs of I
OWARO ASSOCIATION, PaiLinairuu, Pa. TJla-
th. NervoueHrstem. Boermatorrhesa. or
aai WMkaees. Impotence, ui other aHMtluns of the
Seminal Organs, I'byslcal llntilltty, and Premature Peeay
u.w arul t( li.l.le trcattnont. In Rf'tHtrts of the Howard
Aaao.'lifli"., acnt by mail In wak'd .hvvLiim'S. free of
charge. A.ldra, Dr. J. HK1I.IJN IIOIJlillTON, How
ard Aaa.irialloo N. 1, South Irth Btrl, Fhlla.h:lphla,
ra aiavcn 17, ioa ly
, O. W. IIAIIII.0, HI. Dfl
PHYSICIAN AKH rSritJKO..
CHAROE3 Visits I. the Villa?., 2 eontseach; lo
cents for each additional mile. Preecrlpltona, t to 26
cents rarh. I make no charge to persons who are not ant-
isnea wllh my moile of treatment. Oct. 11, 1A
C. W. PAGE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NoUry Pul.llr, laaurahea, War Claims, Real Estate, and
urnrrsi t.oiieciing Ageni.
Clyde, Han.lu.lty sounty, Ohio. 27yl.
T?TQIT 0F ALL KINDS. WHITE
I? JOI1 FISH, BASS, PICKEREL,
K1SU I1OKSK.0AT FISH and MACK-
EltKL by the Barrel or half Barrel. ..
COD FISH In quantities to suit parehaaere. :
ChII and se, at HARRIS'.!
H. W. BRISTOL & CO.
j. -1ST D
'pIIE SUBSCRIBERS rcspeclfully an
J announce to their customers, thai they will eon
tlnne to do business at their old stand ...
Corner Front nnd Croghan Streets, ; .
Where they offer fur sale at their usual Lou Prices
an etnas oi
PARPKNTER'S TOOLS, and all kind
' Uenae Hardware neoeasary for Building.
'- I . All kin
kinds hnd !tyle..
NAILS -Tlirt celebrated Wheeling
. M.41 1l.a4 - -a- 1 a I . , .. S
i'.ii. iw ur annviwj ra i iivj cniiiirry.
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
IRON and STEEL.--A lnrgo assortraon
Blaclumilha will And It to tlirtr advantage toealL
. ) AGENTS FOR THE
Ir.ir buckeye v '
Reaper s and Mower.
AGENTS FOR GATES'
AND ' EVAPORATORS.'
An innumerable vafioty of articles too nn
merous to mention; all of which we offer at LOWER pri
ces than were ever made hero previous to our antral
Those who wish to purchara .:, .
EE A. Ft D W A. JEl E I
Will find it to tlwir advantage to give aa a sail and we
shall be happy to show them our Good', and we think our
prices will be satisfactory. , y ,
' H. W. BRISTOL &. CO.
FREMONT, Sr'pt. 24,1883. V .
ITHE UNDBRRIGNF.D reanectftilly in
X form the ciiisena of FRF. MO NT and
vicinity thntthev have refitted nnd
Into the Old Market Stand occunied hv lr.
H. Underbill, and more lately by A. Travis Jt Co., and are
WELL PKKPAKKD WvMeommodate theirouatomers with
lue cnoicesl articles in Ulelr Hue. we shall keep.
BEEF, VEAL,- MUTTOS, LAMB, CORNED BEEF,
" ; AND SALT POBIC, ' ' '
For sale at all hours of the day and the evening. We In-
. . - lend to aeop, when tltey can be procured.
Poultry, f4 thtlUr, Iff, Potatott U Vtftttbkt.
ty Every thing bonght at our Market will be delivered
any warn in tlie corporation rs. tf etar.. J
Farmers Ink Noticft We want to buy your
reii...iii, ukntoa, c, .rouitry, wooo tsntter, r:gga, ftc,
.ufiil mv iuu .u uigneav mnrRK priro in a-h.
-f ' JACOB IIORI.ACHF.R,
Fremont, May tl, ISM;.-'' HENRY BAUMANN.
Tobacco and Cigars.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PPOSS hM REMOVED hia TO-
BACCO STORE Ui
"' Bt CK LAND'S NEW BLOCK." " '
Opposite the Bank of Blrchard, Miller a Co., where he
has littcd up the neatest eatabliahroent that can be found
lath. Wash-; .-,
I am manufactnrlng Clgara front tba .Tory BEST
SPANISH TOBACCO, andevery man who luveaa
good Cigar is is Invited to call and try one. Sold at
Wbolueaea or Retail, and at lower rate, than can be nought
elsewhere.; All kinds of Chewing and Brooking Tobacoo
aiMiion uaou. i ... r., IUM.
FmrnnolL. Jnlv 1. tanltrT ! i
hurrah i : hurrah i
BATTERED DOWN !
: - 'Tine bio muck nut '
lteraoved from our Front,
Which enables aa to offer to our cuatomer an entire
: NEW AND WELL SELECTED
.. ..,,..... . 1 . : ' , . :
- Fatretaaaed la New Vorlc,
Sioco thp Lata VictOioa, wbicli o will eo)j
, ; ! AT, GREAT' BARGAINS ! !
; .. ( 1., );. . 41ao a freak py ot . ,.-'f. I.
;l custommpe;, work!
From the manufactory of Sage 4: r.oo. ftockester, N.Tf.
;.') Wbicli we Warrant
As Good as Home Manufacture!
; LEATHER AND FINDINGS, ,
On hand and for sale at tha Lowest Market Prices.
MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING,
Of all kiuda done on short nolle, aad. WAKK.O. TKD
j'1' , t'ta aalMtetlM.' ;
Please give qs a call, ' l'
aad EXAMINE for yourselves.
smith brothers, :. ,
Na. t. RLOIalr. Rloek. '
FREMONT, Sept. J. 1883. . , ;
NOTICE TO'TE AC HERS.
Tke Hoard ol Sckool Kxaanluen)
OF Baadnsky Cnnty will wwet at th. I'ninu School
aoaa la rrMu.nl, ror eaaminaltoa or Tiwab.r.(
Every Saturday afternoon at on o'tlaca. aalil further
Kach eandidat. must come provided with naner and
pencil, and leavu with ill. Uoarii a stamped l.tterenrelop.
Ul'HHNtl.L, " ' '
Fremont, 0 , 8e,t. II, IS63.
m V abac
THE MOTHERS OF
BY CAROLINE A. MASON.
Thoy call for "able biidied men."
N11W llipre'a our Koffwr, atninf and atotit;
He'd beat Ilia etimradea ont and out
la feata of strength and akill-r-wliat I lien f
W'lmt tiK-fi? wliy only tniat you aoe '
' He'i made of jtmt ilintaortof atuff
They a mil 011 Ixittle fleMa; enough I . "
W'hnt choice was left for htm and nieT '
. So, a-hen lie aaked me yealarvpeV,
Voiir bloaaing, itMitherl" did I heed ..'
The gn-nt nob at my henrt, of need '
. Anullier word that lie should apeak?
Should I sit down and mope and croon,
And Tni( my selflxhnofM, nnd cry
' "Not Aim, my first-born I" no, not 1 1
Thank heaven, I pipe a nobler tune,
-And yet, I loo hitn like my lifn,
" Thiaatnlwart, hntidaome fad of minel '
I n arrnnt me, he'll hike the ahine :"'
' Off half who follow drum and fife I '
Now Ood forgive me, how I prate f
. Ah, but tin. molhrr will np out
Whnlnver folds we wrap about . ,
Our foolihli hearta, or oon or late. ' ' '
; No doubt 'tis Weakneaa mother-lip .
.. Extolling ita own floah and bl.Mid;
A triek of weakly wonintthood
- That we should acorge with thong and whip;
. No doubti and yet I should not dure ,
Lay an unloved, cheap offering
Upon tny country's shrine, nor bring
Aught but was noble, sweet and fuir.
And so bring my boytoo glnd
That he is worthy, and that I, .
Who bore hi in once in agony, '
t Such glorioua recompense have hnd.
Take him, my' country f be ia true,
And brave, and good; his deeds aliall tell
Wore than my foolivh word" 'tis well!
God's love be with the lad and you.
1 God's love and earn .and when lie comes
-1 Back from the) War, and through the street
"I Thecraay people flock to meet ':
II y hero, wild great shouts, and drums, . .
t And silver trumpets braying loud,
" ' And ailkcu banners, Btnrry-gsy . " j','. '
'Twill be lo me 110 prouder day' 1 . 1
Than tliis; nay; nny( nor half so riroud. '
. And if God help tue-if, instead, ' i . :
W They flsli ibis word from aoine red field:
Ilia hrKvofMWttetotil,hoM would not yield;
Leaped upward, and they wrote hitn dead.'
I'll turn my white faco'totlie wall,
And bear my grief as best I may '
" For Roger's sake, nnd only any, ' '
'Uo knoweth best w ho kuoweth all." ," ' '
- And when the neighbors come to weep, . .'
: Saying "alua, the bitter blow !". i
1 I'll answer, nay, dear friends, not so I .i
Butter my Kogor's hero-sleep. :..in..
And nobler far such lot, than his
, Who dare not strike with henrt nnd hand
For Freedom and denr Fat bet land
' Where death's daik niissiles crash and whig.
. -And Roger's mother lias no tear'
Ho bitter n her tcara would be
' If, from the bottles of thu Free,' : 1 .
. Her son shrank back with craven fear. ' ' '
A Rebel Officer's Confession.
Capt. W. H. Henderaon, lute of the rebel army,
which he has left, after two yeara service, from
a conviction that the cause in which he fought
was wrong, writes to the New Orleans Era that
the rebel cause is hopeless.' lie says Gen. Kirby
Smith may fall back with hla army iuto Texas,
but a year's time will use him upj that a large
majority of the Lmiimana volunteers will never
cross the Subine to go into Texas, and he will
slake his existence that two-thirds of Taylor's
army deserts before lie gels into Texas, " He
adds: ' ; " ' ;-" ' ' '
'"There is a great dissatisfaction among the
citizens of the country, who, previous to the
Emancipation Proclamation of the President of
tne United States were good liecesstonists, are
now as gKd Union men aa they were rebels.
Tbey saw plainly that by Complying Willi the
proclamation tne war could, be brought to
spoony close, nun tne lnrtnor effusion ol blood
evaded. But ahl why did not the people of the
rebel States. Comply? Gladly would seven-
eighths of the nnn-slaveholding population have
complied;' but a proposition, or a hint, of such
a tiling irom airy person, would nave ueeu tne
signal of death to him or her Without ceremony.
And then it would have frustrated the designs
of Generals Lee, Joe Johnston, Bragg, Ceaure
ffard. Smith. Holmes. Mairuder. Bill Yuncev. etc.
They all expect to be President of the Confed
erate States; and before they would see the res
toration of the Union thereby blasting forever
their political expectations for the future I hey
would see the soil of Texas crimson with the
blood of her (partly deluded and trodden down)
nonnlo. ' ' ' '
"i asat'rt, 'positlyely,that it is not the fault
the citiacns ot me states in rebellion that the
war is not ended and the Union reconstructed.
Twelve months ago, if the legal voters of the
rebel states could have gona to the polls and
voted their sentiments perfectly nntrammeled.
tltey Would "have1 voted reconstruction by two
thirds majority.' 1 The U. 8. Government should
wage a war of extermination against them, and
never lay down the sword till Jeff. Davis, with
every other leader of this rebellion, may be seeu
dangling from the limbs of trees at the end of
rope." I have witnessed scenes in the Confed
erate army ' perpetrated ' upon the helpless and
unoffending by Confederate soldiers, that would
make inhumanity itself blush. When Gun.
Taylor retreated from tho Teche last sn miner
(ortho latter part of Inst spring, I believe,) there
was scarcely a iarm nouse 011 tne line ol march
but what bore occulnr proof of the depredations
of Sibley's men; and the only excuse they gave
for robbing the citizens was that they did not
wont to leave it for the Yankees. ' .
' Tin? stronghold of the Western rebel forces
Galveston, and is nothing to compare with those
at Vickshnrg and Fort Hudson; and, indeed,
tney may ne lorceu to evacuate Ualveston with
out nnug a gun. - If General H.inkl penetrates
111B mini run east toward rloiimon aa far as
the Nalcberor Trinity river, Magruder will full
bnck to (fooston. The supplier of the Coldorado
river cut off from the Con federal e army, they
are loat. 1 A want of clothing, provisions and
money tins completely demorulixed the trans
Mare Negro Regiments in Dixie.
Soma tiiueagua nig'O regiment waa raised
ill N axil v tile in two weeks, and the Union of that
city spoke In high terms of the soldierly apjiearanceofthe
officers anj tueu,' It. is how stated
from Nashville that JtMjia'Xtenfini'rS'rirrf.iiiiting
a negro regiment nt Onllutin,' another at Colum
bia, one ut Murfiewboru, and one at Clarkaville.
In six wka he raised one full reciment. ami
six hundred men in- another. , tnlutuieuU on
the borders somehow rope iw a groat many Ken
tucky slaves, and it ia aaid to be very ditticuk t
distiuguialt Ilium tioiu. the Teunoaae article.
Major SlUJttua is cliarguj wh tbe support of iia-
ptiveriHjied Slave women Slid children, and hia
purpose ui 10 put I hum on abandoned robula
farms aiouud ashvUl. ... , ,, , , , (, ,
A Viekaburg letter of the 10th menciona the
appearanoa of a negro regiment in that ehy, and
th writer says "a belter snd mora soldierly reg
iment, M far as appearanoa goes, I have not seea
since the war began, than tha Second Uiaaisaip.
pi unbleached Americans." Ha also states that
there ar nowaomc doaen roginumtaof the Oorps
de Afiiqus along Uia river, and each iassuoavss.
There ar enough ia Vioksburg and Tteinity to
guard that city, and the opinion sr pressed
that we shall soou have negro troops sufficient
to guard the whole river, and garrison the towns.
Adjt. Gen, Thunins Is rapidly developing am)
bringing Into use this great clwiicnt of Union
atrength. CtcvdaHti Herald.
pays the aaine bounty lo color
ed aa to white troops. ... , .. ,
' Winter fa already Installed on the White
mountains. The snow is s foot deep oh sll their
summits. - .
The Dayton Journal estimates the value of
una year a crop or tobacco in Miami Valley at
$1,000,000, It credits to Montgomery County
owe half of the entire amouuL , ,,,.) ,1
During the year ending with the month of
rteptenilx r last K4.JII 1.91 a letters Were sent from
the Philadelphia post office.
The number of immigrants who arrived at
New York last week, waa 1.60ft nmkinir the
number since January 1st, 110H6, againai.68,
234 to tbe corresponding date last year, or more
than one hundred per cent. mure. .
The oomplete tote of Delaware shows that
Nathaniel B. Sin It hers. Cnnirrcsamnii elect, and
out-and-out unconditional Unionist, has 6.991
majority over Brown, ex-Collector of Philadel
phia, imported and put on the course by the
Democratic faction. -
A correspondent, writing from the Army
of the Potomac, says everybody is in favor of
colored troops, tins is the popular reeling.
Indeed, true patriotaare in favor of any body
and anything ilial will tend tocrush treason and
end the rebellion. , , ,,
Dr. Winshio, "the stronir man." now lifts
daily a dead weight of twenty-Six hundred
pounds. He says he means to get op to three
thousand pounds snd stop there. If be don't
atop somewhere, there will be nothing to pre
vent him from lifting up the remains of Fort
8iimtor some fine morning, snd throwing it bod
ily into Charleston. : .
The St. Louis Democrat savs: "The Prosi.
dent hit upon a gratifying fact when he said the
election of Brown and Henderson, as United
States senators from Missouri, throueh a radical
combination, was 'knocking heads together to
some purpose.' It knocked the brains out of the
Clnybauk party, and the wind out of Uiedemo-
C,'a7-" ,' .': ... t
A, GoVrrRNMSJiT SwIrtMFB Pit Thbotoh.
The court martial at Cincinnati has found K. A.
8mith, rontractor tor suniilviiis tha Govern.
mcnl with several thousand horses, guilty of
..uw, iu mrniuiiceii oiov in nnson mr rmfl voar
and to pay a fine of 30,000.
RttiNo Tnai YAKKta. The Bermnda'yl.fi-o-
cafe, of the 2rlth of October, says: "The Coufed-
invo eicaiiiniiiLi ivooorx r.. i.en coaieo Irom an
American vessel at Halifax. The two Teasels
had their respective flairs flvimr. It waa a sn.
l ious sight, and must have rilee the Yankees not
a little. So says the. Halifax paper.". Since
tins was written, tha Yankees have been "riled"
to a still greater extent: for thev havo rjinlnrrel
the RinVrt K. Lee, nnd now hare her safe in
port. .Jem J 'orlc llrrahl. , . ,
Thk World Movssl Gov. Sovmonr. of Now
York, now announces that he assents to, and will
kirward the enlistment of nee-ro soldiers in the
Stale of New York. They are lo reeoive the
same bounties as white volunteers, are to be us
ed lo nil up regiments in the field, snd will be
counted in the quota of New Yorkr Met'; MtT.
TwentV-twO 'Viotorintia rollnerhpflda Imvo
been arrested near Jacksonville, Illinois, for at
tempting to Ui row a train of cars off the track
on the Jacksonville and Manchester Railroad.
With a view of rescuinc dejtertpra mider chnrrro
of a proper officer. Tlie train waa only saved
from destruction by tho vigilance of the engin
eer, who saw the rails had been torn up in time
to' check its progress with but little damage. .
The two Misses Callow, daughters of Mr
William Callow, of Baltimore, young ladies of
fifteen and sixteen, who were left tlie sole pu
pils in the seminary at Gettysburg during the
three day's buttles, have returned to their" stu
dies at thisaehmil. -Their heroism on that oc
casion ia atill the theme of admiration in our
Union social circles. These- yoonp irirls Went
out of the house while the battlea were racine.
and brought the wounded In, dressed their
wounds, and nursed tho sufferers, v t '
' Their ows sot Fosoottkx. We are irlnd In
learn that the good people in the vicinity of the
ocvon ai ne nouse nave not iorgotten the Bol
diers' Families in their midst, who, on Thanks
giving moruiiiQ; wore all some 18 famili
surprised by receiving nice large roasts of beef.
nun, ciiicki-ii. poiaioes, Ec. This isas it should
be, and we trust other suctions of the country
w. 0 001. lurgoueii. caauway licgwtr,
Stxm-i.Aa Ch ti.LanHK.- A singular challenge
haa been offered by Gea. Shurs to Gen. Leslin
Coombs of Kentucky, the latter having stated
iu tha Louisville Journal thai Ahum nam . nw.
ai d nnd in thehabitof running away from fight.1
1 on eruiuu writes Moiiios tnat ne Is a liar,
which in the West means fight, and challenge,
him to go into the next engagement in his com
pany, and let the world see who is the coward.
Telescopes are now 'advertised for sale in
London which only cost Vii with which L.nK
le stars may be seen, the features of a man dis
tinguished at a distance of rive miles, shot marks
upou a target two miles, and the figures on
cuiircn-ciocs ten Tnues.
,, A, Copperhead poet informs Father Abraham,
through a so-called Democratic paper oa the
Reserve, that ; ., p r .
.. ... "W'e're coming, Father Abraluim,
From Ohio's hills and hikes.
An humble set of Democrats,
With tails between oor legs. ': '
A Change of Base.
e Cincinnati C'ommcreirrl says:- -
' Two or three weeks ago there was a meeting
of distinguished Copperheads In the neighbor
hood of Vine snd Baker street", snd lone and
deep consultations ss to the best course lobe
siinpted, in View or tlie disasters that had over
taken the so culled Democratic party: and it was
resolved to gradually chanrre their base or od
arntiona, discard Vallandigham and his radical
principles, and get on to a moderate war plat
form. It was understood that such a modifies.
lion of tho views of (he Democracy of Illinois,
Indiana aud Ohio, who Were represented in this
preliminary meeting, would obtain the arnro-
val of tho New York Seymour Democracy, as
wru . i no uemouracy 01 tne basiern stales,.
Warriors and statesmen have tlielr meed of praise.
And what they do or suffer men record;
. But th. long aaorlHoau. uhnimmi'! dara . ;-.Y
I'aaa wllliottt a thought without a word,
. And many a holy strusvl. for tbe eaa. 1
tlf duties ateroly, faiUlfuil, futalled .. .
For which the aniloua mind must watch and wake,
' Aad the sire. feelimeaaf the heart ha at! lied
Gooa hv, unheed.d as the aomwer wind,
' Aad leave, aoumnniy and 00 trace helilnd I ' '
The Russian Squadron at New York.
The intelligence of the arrival of the Russian
squadron, tiumbering 300 guns, in American
waters, gave rise 1o many rumors in Europe aa
well as iu this eountry. Tlie. Moscow Journal
thua refers to this matter; . , , ,
"Negotiations inuat be entered into with
America, so that til case of need, ahs may be
able lo reckon upon us. The more intimate and
solid our alliance with America, Ihu mora Eng
land will find it to her intorest to keep upon
good terms with Russia, The commercial world
in England shuddered at tlie news of the Rus
sian squadron having been seen in the Atlantic.
Our fleet was use leas lo ua ia tha Criaaean Wsr,
but Ihsaleht frigates now at ses will render as
considerable aer vices in the event nf war with
tha man tune Powers, tor they . will keen ths
commercial navies of England and France in,
check. I his ia the reason why Kussta has dis
patched them at a favorable time to hold ths
l Uur eruisers will Dud refuare ia tbe neu
tral ports of America; they will be the Urrorot'
the oomreerctal marine 01 hostile rewara. an
compel any such lo employ half their navies iu
guarding llieir iikercaanlnieit. v '
The readiest and best way to find out what
futuieduiy will be, is lo do present duty.
Speech of Sedentary Seward at Gettysburg.
The evenitipf before the dedirntifin r'crir
monies, a nahimore l.an.l sorotiadcd the
rresiden Beerrnrtry' Hewnrrf,- snd ftther
distinfuishod guxsti of tlio eitizons of Get-tj-sburfr.
1 'AfttT two or throe airs l.y the.
band, minjrlod fn tlm rails for tho Secreta
17. Mr. tit' ward rnivlc lifc eirtifir)e nnd
sjke as follows; '
Fkliow-Citizens : I, aro nowr sixty
jearsold and upwards: I havo btuu in
public Lfo practically forty vears t4 Aliat
time, and yet thisia tbe first time thtst aver
any peoplo or coinintinity so near to rtlio
borders of Mary In ml. waa found, willing to
listen to my voice; ami tlie renaon was tltat
I said forty years- atro that Slavery was
opening bt'fortr this jpetrj.le a'prave-yard
that was to be filled by lifrrthcra fulling in
mutual political eombat. ! 1 knew that the
uatiHo that was linrryiiifr the Union Into
this dreadfttl strife was Slavery, and when
I did elevate my voted It was to warn the
people to remove that cause ' when they
could by constitutional means, and so avert
the catastrophe of civil war that now 'tin-
happily has fnllen upon th nation, delnc-
ing H in Hood. That crisis came, and wo
see the rt'sulti I am thankful thnt Von are
tilling to hear me at last " 1 . 1
I thank my Ood Hint I believe this strife
is going to end in the removnl of that evil
which ought to have been, . removed bv
tieactfu! means and delibenjte councils.
OoxxL I thank my Ootl for the lioje
that this is the last fratricidal, war . whioh
will fall upon the country a country vouch
safed by Heaven the richest, tho broad
est, the most beautiful, most mainiiiicent
ami capacious ever vet bestowed utton a
people, that has ever been gi von to any part
of the human race. Applause!.' . And I
thank Ood for the hoiie that w hen that
cause is removed simply by the' operation
of abolishing it, as the oriirin of the great
treason that is without justification and with
out parallel, we shall thenceforth be united,
be only one country, havinrronly one hope.
one ambition and one destiny. Applause.
1 non we shall know that we are not ene
mies, but that wo are friends and. broth
ers, that this Union is a reality, and wo
shall mourn together for the evil w rought
i.v hub rein'iuon. . ....
We are now near tlie craves of tho mis
guided, whom we have consigned to ; their
last resting place with pity for their' errors
and w ith the same heartfull of grief w ith
which we mourn ovor the brother by whose
hand, raised in defence of his Government,
that misguided brother perished. When .
we part to-morrow night, let us remember
that we' owe it. to our country and to man
kind that tliis war shall have for iu con
clusion the establishing of the principle of
uriiiwiani; viunjriuiiL-ni. 1140 simple prin
ciple that, whatever party, whatever por
tion 01 tuo union prevails bv constitutional
suffrage in an election, that party is to bo
respected and maintained in itower 'until
it shall rn've place on another trial and an
other verdict, to a different portion ,of the
people. - Good. . If you do not do that.
you are drifting at two and irresistibly Ut
the very, verge of the' destruction -f your
Government. But with that principle thi
Government of ours the freest, the .V-st,
the wisest and the happiest in the world
must be, and,' so far as we are concerned,
practically will bo, immortal. , Applause.
Speech of Sedentary Seward at Gettysburg. The Party of the Union.
We take the following migrative pass
age from an able speech delivered in Chi
cago, by. Mr. Andrew Shummi, of te Clti
cagQ Evening Journal. 1 ,i;r- . - -c,i
"And now, in conclusion, it mar be ask
ed, upon what'general basis, or in what .
form of organization, should loyal men com
bine for united political action in th pres
ent national emergency I I would, sav, let
the basis ot unity be for the Union, simply,
and let the beautiful and loved flag to the
Union be our banner, and let our organiza
tion be called the Party 'of the ,Uui6n.-r-
1 uu we would, nave the Declaration tof In
dependence and the Constitution nnd the .
laws of an undivided Republic; as our plat
font, the National colors as tlie insignia, of
our faith, aud "TJie Uuion; ,itmu8t be pre
served," our rallying cry; What a noble
party that would be ! ' A party of patriots,
marshaling around the standard of their
country, w ith one comnionimpuUe and pur
pose for the preservation of the- National
unity and. honors-casting' aside ' all mere
partisan names, feelings, and prejudices,
in their devotion to, and support o an im
perilled and- precious nuakmHlity -ltuving
but one enemy, and that one the armed or
conspiring cuemy of the. Republkv and but
one object, anil .that, one, the. aalvation of
the Union of our loves, our hopes, and our
interests...; , ,,. .; tr t:..:u
Another Magnificent French Enterprise.
Under the stirrinof reiffrl of the nrcseiit
Napoleon,' Paris may appropriately call
ed thecityofiungiiiliceiitcuWrprLeus,, Ju.it
now. me long projected puin of making
Paris a seaport, by cutting a ship canal to
Dieppe is revived. '. The cunal is to be suf
ficiently' deep au4 wide to permit the lar
gest ships to reach Paris, Tho definite
plan has been deposited w ith the Minister
of Public Works. ' Tho canal w ill r)ot be
more than one hundred and twenty mihw
long. Several joint tock companies, it ie
said, have been formed to carry the plan
into execution. , Gigantic1 dockyards are t
lie constructed round the port, w hich w ill
cost uo less than 40,000,000 frauea,. I'lie
La Uattoe Company, w hose capital is 9.
000,000 Svill not require any grant, from tlid
sUtto, and it is further aaid tluit the coiii:
puny will suit issue, ttny share in, trance t
oonseuuently the population f Paris will
obtain all the advantage of the plan with-i
out any outlay on their part,. . ,f
COHRECTIOH OF A SoEWHAT PkETA-
lket tRBOR.Ihe Catholic Tfharank
savs: .... -. ' - i .
; ;Thcre are some good people n tltis coinw
munity who seem to think that the Catho-'
lie Church was instituted for. the special
benefit of the Democratic party f c"SofirTH
ly hit this heresy taken hold oa their hearts
that they denounce arid threaten their breth
ren who think differently. We advise thost)
persons to practice a little 'tiiore modera,
tloh in their lanrfuarrc. "!The Tteonle who
find fault with others for not 'voting, at the'
late election for .the rnocratjc, candidate
may be very conscientious themselves, fcut
they bave no authority tocondema the con-s
sciences of their fellow-citizens, i The Cath-
olica who uphold the Uuion cause da not
belong to that class ' which acts first ' and.
think, afterward. . Iney voted under
deep and solemn sense of their obligation,'
and that hberty they extend to others they
very properly demand for therjaselvefl. ;
The duciaioe of Judge Underwood at Alexani
dria gives a eonatruction (o th coufiacatiuu law
it haa not befora reowved, and which wiUcrealet
a fluttering among the rebel. H. inainlaiiiw
that the confiscation ia in feu simple, aud couw
;ilete, nnd not for life only, aa has been previous,
y held. It will have a wonderfully aiiniuUd
inK effect on aalos of oouflacaUxl property, if tha
rule be wade general.