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HURRAH!!
HOLIDAYS ! !
A "Merry Christmas" arid
- ' " ' '
COME, T i
To get YOUR HOLII3A.Y GOODB 2
HE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM HEW YORK WHERE HE PUR
CHASED THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK Oh' GOODS
EYKR BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
Consisting of
Drugs and Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Putty, Dye Stufl's, Glass Ware,
WindOW Glass, more sizes than we cau enumerate.
LIQUORS, PERFUMERY AND FANCY ARTICLES.
CARBON AND COAL OILS.1....COAL OIL LAMPS AND LANTERNS.
CIGARS of the Oldest and Choicest Brands.
Miscellaneous and School Books.
COMMERCIAL NOTE, LETTER, FOOLS CAP, LEGAL CAP, BILL fc FANCY
k ENVELOPES of every style and Color. ;
Every Variety of Wall and Curtain PAPERS.
"THE "
WE . HAVE EVERY
Toys and Fancy Articles.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS from Fifty cents to Twenty-five Dollars.
PORT FOLIOS, from One to Ten Dollars.
PORT MONIES, from Five Cents to Five Dollars.
WRITING DESKS, and TOILET CASES at all prices.
N FACT WE HAVE EVERY THING
! AND AT REASONABLE PRICES.
I
Mf. TROUBLE AjND JNU UUAliuxu r vn. oiiu xiut uvuuo. &b
mANDLOOK AT OUR STOCK, EVEN IF YOU DON'T WANT TO PUR
CHASE. PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS,
PARK FULLY COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
tAM.ru AND ALL ORDERS ACCURATELY FILLED.
No. 1, Buckland Block. (") FREMONT, O.
JYE IF GOODS!
mmim & co's,
K an now receiving and oflering a very larg and j
woll-MloewKl avoes oi
GOODS!
BOUGHT FOR CASH EXCLUSIVELY
AND WHICH WE ARE BOUND TO
- SELL CHEAPER THAN THE
C i CHEAPEST. :
It would be impossible to enumi asle articles ami prices.
To be appreciated they rount be seen, and an invitation ik
therefore extended to the whole commmunity to rail sod
th beautiful styi and quality of onr , ' v
GOODS!
AND THEIR -
Vi Iiow Prices !
tmng U VWeeing, ud you may form an idea of these
Oooa. and Prices which are extraordinary cheap, whes
mt consider the bigh-os of C'otUn and Wool. Com
than, all ye in want ot Goods. Ton will Rod a epl.ndio
waortawat of
Dry Groocls,
GROCERIES!
. CROCKERY I
BOOTS AND SHOES!
READY MADE CLOTHING!
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
. . .. SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
MANTILLAS, &C!
t
, . .-v ., the Twfy best bonw in
Havist selected onr atm - -
. Kii -with the eonndenoi
Kww York, w ecma before the pwbll;,
tbatwa ' ,
CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD!
And wa willatrieUy adhere to tha motto
"QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS!".
Wa will give jou -' ' :
Better Bargains
'THAN CAN BE GOT
At any Store in Fremont
OR ANY OTHER TOWN.
EMMWCIl & co.i
FREMONT, Dec 2, 1864.
1VS. MR. A. GUSDOKV I N .RETI R-;
sn from the Dry Goods Trale, retains an i-e si our
tore, and will bur, paying CASH and the hiht ja i rice, :
fur
, DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS, " ;
WHEAT, COHNf RYE, OATS, SEEDS5
wool, fca. &a-
Town Property for Sale.
e . TREaabseribereUers FORSALK hln Homeft-S'l
in Fremont, situated on In. lots Son. Iu9 and 110, :
at the north-west corner Public Sjnare, c.prite I
Um Episcopal Church. i
ALSO, I
The Besideae sitaated en the esat part of ln-lot No. 1:16,
in Fremont. For particulars, and terms oT sale, enquire
w the anderaigaed.
M. E. TYLER.
, Fremont, Jan. 13, 166.
i
irl
HURRAH!!
HOLIDAYS ! !
"Happy Hew Tear" to all,
" -"' - i - -
TO BUCKLAND'S
CUA, ANIV S
HOLIDAY
DESCRIPTION OF t
IN OUR LINE YOU CAN CALL FOR,
...
Fremont, Lima & Union Railroad.
Fall and Winter Arrangement.
o
N and after Monday, Dee. 6ht, 1864, train will ran
dai ly, (Sunday a excepted,) aa rouows:
Leave findlay, at 7.80 o'clock A. M.
" Manon . 7.60
" Arcadia, ..
Arrive at Fostoria, ..
Leave Fostoria ..........
'Jackson ..........
Kansas.
8.98
... 8.31
.. 8.46
9.07
9.27
Winter! . 8 40
Bruncr'a... 9.49 - -
Arrive at Fremont, 10.16 -
RETURNING,
Leave temont, at . 2.30 o'clock, P. 11.
Brunei's 2.69 u .
- Winters, 8.06
Kansas, 8.19
Jackson 8.40 "
Reach Fostoria, 4.00 "
lav Fostoria 4.12 -
Arcadia, 4.38
Marion . . 6.00 - -
ArriTa at Findlay,.. 6.16 "
Train ktop only on tigual.
Train on this Road arrive at Kremout in the morning
in time to connect with traina on the Cleveland and To
ledo Koad both Kant and West.
Trains will leave Fremont in the afternoon after toe
arrival of trains from Cleveland and Toledo.
Passengers by this line reach Findlay several hours in
advance of any other route.
fiuy Tickets, via Fremont, in Cleveland and Toledo, at
the Ticket Oflloe of the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad.
L.t- RAWSON, Sup't.
Fremont, lieo. 30, 1K64.
Home Insurance Company
OF NEW YORK.
JaMUAuy 1, lHf4.
Cash Capital,"" ,000,000,00
Assets, July lst,18G4, 3,46T,6 12,67
Liabilities, ' . 51,5TT,54
r!IS Cosopanv 1 usurer Property agaiust the dangers
of Fire and' Inland Navigation and Transportation,
ou faoorable terms.
Those who iuHoie in this Company can have the feel
ing of security, by reference to its Large Capital and of
being dealt with in the most equitable manner.
Its Aioattea are Promptly Paid!
lis managing officers have built np in the last eleven
years a Company, unparalleled by any similar one, and
aecnredllie reputstion ot honorable dealing with their
patrons. CUAKLfeS J. MARTIN, President,
A. F. WILMARTH, Vice President.
JOHIf MuCtkb, Secretary.
II. Y. H. ITIeJL.Ea,L.Aft, Agent.
Fremont Aug. 30, 1864.
l The Last (Jhance I
RKCP.LlTd WANTED FOB THK
l8lileg. O.V.I.
YOU W1L II K DRAFTED en the 16th February.
Mow is the time to enlist in a Mew Regiment, now or
ganizing at Camp Chase, lor .OftJS I EAR s service,
jy Highest Bounties paid.
Apply to J. L. GREENE, JR.,
' Lieut, and Recruiting Officer. -
Hk At J. L.Ciwnefc Son's Law Office.
Fu uiont, Jan. 20, 18b5. 3U
Several Bargains.
SIX AC'RF.S OK LAND, with two acres of GROVE
bxll aiuile fiomC. AT. R. R. Depot.
' ;t ACKKS TIMBER LAND, two miles from business
-JJ ,-xt of Fiemont.
HALF LOT xT1 BUSINESS Bl'lLDING on Front-it,
ocuiried by Harge Co-
1R'lClv DWELLING snd LOT, eo?Wt 'ater and Mar
) tet streets.
Part orall of the aboe property wiH be sold CHE",'
and on reasonable terms of paymVnt.
Enquireof D. L. JCKE.t
F'remout, Jan. 20, 1866. 3w4
City Bakevy.
KAWe03T 11L.OCK, FREMONT.
WI1EUK mav te found all the dilferent Hods of
CAKES, KL'SK, BREAD, CRACKERS, 4c.fc
Fresh from the Oven, at Rkasosablk Pricks.
Weddings ami J'artits supplied; Suppers got up
IS THE BEST OF STYLE.
ITf All orders promptly attended to.
W. A.
t remont, Dec. 30, 1S64. 3mo '
Farm i'or Sve.
FOR SALE a Splendid Farm.one mile south of
tji;; Fremont, of 12i Aeren. 100 acres improved,
-"t1 tl,e baiaceo timber. A good FRAME HOUSE,
iiii 10 room, lesides Milk Room, Wood House and
Cellar. A (iraiu Barn, Stock Barn, Hay Barn, and Corn
House. TWO LIVING SPRINGS, and FIVE durable
WELLS, conveniently situated over the Farm. An Or
chard ot over aw bearing Apple Trees, also Pear, Peach,
Cherry and Plum Trees, and Grape Tinea.
40 Afres Timber Ijod a short distance from the
farm, oi tlie bent quality, will be sold with it, or in parts
to suit purchasers, t he Farm is well calculated to divide
up iuto small tracts for Suburban Residences. For par
ticulars enquire at the farm of J. B. STAHU
Fremont, Oct. 117, 1SG4. 43tf
Cliatutcey ZVorris' Estate.
a-TOTlCE. The undersigned havin-been appointed and
3 dulv qualilied as Executors f the last will and tes
tament ( Chun- Norris deceased, late of York town
ship, Sanilitsay county. Ohio, j-esnectully noeet all
htmos iiiu lited to Ktiti estate to make immediate pay
ment, ai! ail those having claims against the same, will
present them duly authenticated for allowsnce.
BENJAMIN MOOK,
HENRY MOOK, Executors.
By C. W. Pauk, their Attorneys.
York Tvwuship, Jan. -i, 1806. 4w3
Four LnoUreil papers have given up the ghost
within a year, on account of the high price of
paper. .-...
' AND
DISEASES RESULTIN(J FROM !
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS,
ARB CURED BY
EIOOFIi AND'S
GERMAN BITTERS,
THE GREAT STRENGTI1EN1NG
TONIC.
These Bitters have jicrftwiiietl more Cures !
GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION !
Have More Testimony ! -
More reiiectable J'eojUc to vouch for them!
Than any other article in the? Market !
We defy any one to contradict this assertion !
And will pay $1000
To miv one who will produce a Cerliticaln )ub-
li.shod ly ns, Uiat ts not (.enuinc.
Hoofland's German Bitters,
WILL CURS EVERT. CASE OF
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of
the Kidneys, and Diseases arising
from a Disordered Stomach.
Olwerve the following Symptoms:
IiesUingJrom Disorders oj 'Vie Digestive System:
Constipation, Inward Tiles, Fulness of Blood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Dis
gust for food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Erueations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit
of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried
and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations, when in
a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs
before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration.
Yellowness of the pskin. and Eyes, Pain in
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, fak. Sudden Fushos of
Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con
taut Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits.
-Siiitf
REMEMBER
That this Bitters is not Alcoholic,
Contains no Rum or Whisky,
And CanH Make Drunkards,
But is the BEST TONIC in the WORLD.
Read Who Says So.
FROM XHE HON. THOS. B. FLORENCE.
Washington, Jan. 1st, 1864. .
Gentlemen Having stated it verbally to you, I have no
hesitation, in writing the tact, that I experienced mark,
ed benefit from your Hoofland's German Bitten. During
a long and tedious session of Congress, pressing and on
erous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind friend sug
gested the use of the preparation I have named. I took
bis advice, and the result was improvement of health,
renewed energy, and that particular relief I so mucir
needed and obtained. Others may be similarly advantag
ed if they desire to be. Truly, your ftiend,
THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
From John H. WIckershaul, Esq., linn of
Wickersham Hutchinson, the celebrated Manufactur
ers of Fancy Iron Works, 268 Canal Street.
I am the recipient from yon of one of the greatest fa
vors that can be conferred upon man, viz: that of health.
For many rears have I suffered from one of the most an
noying and debilitating complaints that the human fam
ily can be afflicted with. Chronic Diarrhea.
Daring the long time I was suffering from this disease
I waa attended by regular physicians, giving me but
temporary relief. The cause seemed to remain until I
was induced to try Hoofland's German Bitters. After the
use of a few bottles of that invaluable medicine, the com
plaint appeared to be completely eradicated.
I qlten inwardly thank yon for such a valuable specific,
and, whenever I have an opportunity, cheerfully recom
mend it, with full confidence in its reliability.
Yours, truly, JOHN B. WICKERSHAM.
New York, Feb. 2, 1864.
From JuIiUH lee, Esq, firm of Lee & Waiker.the
most extensive Music Publishers in tha United States,
No. 722 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
February 28, 1864.
Messrs. Jones t Evans Gentlemen: My mother-in-law
has been so greatly benefitted by your Hoodand's
German Bitters that I concluded to try it myself. I find
it to be an invaluable tonic, and unhesitatingly recom
mend it to all who are suffering from Dyspepsia. 1 have
had that disease in its most obstinate form ilatulenoe
for maay years, and your Bitters has given me ease when
every thing else iias laiieu. x ours, truly.
ULITJ3 LEE.
From the lion. JACOB BBOO.H.
. Philadelphia, Oct. 7, 1864.
Gentlemen: In reply to your inquiry as to the effect
produced by the use of Hoofland's German Bitters, in my
family, I have no hesitation in saying that it has been
highly beneficial. I n one instance a case of Dyspepsia of
thirteen years standing, and which had become very dis
tressing, the use of one bottle gave decided relief, the
second effecting a cure, and the third it seems has con
finned the core, for there has been no symptoms of its re
turn for the last six years. In my individual use of it, I
find it to be an unequalled tonic, and sinoerely recom
mend Its use to sufferers. Tours, truly,
JACOB BROOM, 1707 Broom Street.
- From Hew. W. D. Sel (fried, Pastor of the 12th
Baptist Church.
Philadelphia, December 26th, 1863.
Messrs. Jones at Evans Gentlemen: I hare been re
cently laboring under the distressing effects of Indiges
tion, accompanied by a prostration oi the nervous system.
Numerous remedies were recommended by friends, and
some of them tested, but without relief. Your Hoot
land's German Bitters were recommended by persons who
had tried them, and whose favorable mention of the Bit
ters induced me also to try them. I must confess that I
bad an aversion to Patent Medicines, from the "thousand
and one" quack 'bitters," whose only aim seems to be to
palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon the commu
nity, in a sly way; and the tendency of which, 1 fear, is
to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon learning
that yours was reaily a medicina! preparation, I took it
with happy effect. Its action not only upon the stomach
but on the nervous system, was prompt and gratifying. I
(eel that 1 have derived great and permanent benefit irom
na of a few bottles. Very respectfully yours,
W. D. SEIGFrlED,
'o. 264 Shackauaxoo Street.
From the Kv. Thomaa Winter, D. 1)., Pastor
of Roxborough Baptist Church.
Dr. Jai-ksvn Dear Sir: 1 feel it due to your excellent
preparation, Hoofland's German Bitters, to add my testi
mony to the deserved reputation it has obtained. I have
for years, at times, been troubled with irreat disorder in
my head aud nervous system. 1 was advu-ed by a friend
to tiy a bottle of your German Bitters, I did so, and have
experienced great and unexpected relief; my health has
been very materially benefitted. I confidently recom
mend thearticle where 1 meet with cases similar to my
own, and have been assured by many of their good eneeta. '
Respectfully yours, T. WINTER, 1
Roxborough, Penn.
From Rev. J. S. Herman, of the German Re
formed Church, Kutztown, Berks County, Penn.
Dr. C Jackson: Respected Sin 1 have been troubled
with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have never used
any medicine that did me as much good aa Hoofland's
Bitters. I am very much improved in health, after bay
ing taken five bottles. Yours, with respect, - -
J. 3. HERMAN.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
See that the signature of C. M. JACKSON," is on the
. WRAPPER of each bottle. .
Single Bottle $1, or a Half Doz. for $5.
Should your nearest Druggist not have the article, do
not he pn t oft by anjkof the intoxiceting preparations that
may he offered in ita place, but send to as, and we will
forward, securely packed by express.
Principal Office & Manufactory,
631 Arch Street.
JONES & EVANS,
Successors to C. M . Jackson A Co.
For Sal by Druggists and Dealers in vary town in Um
tfe UaltsdStatM.
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Fremont Journal.
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ISAAC M. HEELER, Editor and PnoriusrroR.
;
terms or suBscRimoN. '
One copy, one year, in advance ..;..Ufl0
H payment .- mouth..; 2,6(1
', .... i v , u ,
vmw iiuuv v nun i' i iomj .in uiaerwuu,. --. - --9V w
Do. Each additional insertion,. ....... 25
Do. Three months, 300
Do. Six months, 5 00
Do. Oneyear, . . 8 00
One-fourth column, changable quarterly, per year.. $18 00
One-third, ...2300
One-half, u - u ...30 00
Whole, t. ...6000
Leaded and Special Notices, preceding marriages, and
Double Column Advertisements, will be charged double.
Until furthernoticc, 50 per cent, will be add
ed to the above rates. When taken into con
oideration that the weekly issue of the Journal
is over 1,200 copies, these rates are not so high
as those of every other weekly paper in Ohio.
Administrator's Appointments, and Attachment No
tices, $2,00 for three weeks. Affidavit extra.
Legal Advertisements of all kinds 70 cents per square
for the first insertion, 40 cents per sqnrre for each subse
quent insertion. Affidavit extra.
Business Cards, 6 lines, $6 per year. Each additional
line $1 per line.
Local Business Notices, 10 lines one insertion $1; each
additional line 6 cents per line.
Religious Notioes, Marriages and Deaths free. Obitu
ary notices and verses accompanying deaths a cents per
line. No charge less than 25 cents.
We assure our patrons that so soon as prices
come down to old standards, we shall make a
corresponding reduction.
Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
Mail Arrangements.
At the Fremont Postoffice, the mails will close
Going East and South, at 10.30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
West and North, at 11.00 a ji. and 5 p.a.
West on Turnpike, Saturday, (weekly) ..8-a.m.
Greensburg, Rollersville, Tuesdays and Fri
days, at i r..
Fostoria, Findlay, F. L. fc C. R. R., at ., 2.00 r.u.
Nov, 1. 1864. H. R. SHOMO, Postmaster.
Time Table.
There are now three passenger trains per day, each way,
on the C. & T. Road; trains will leave as follows:
Going East,
Buff. Exp. 6.67 am; MaUlO-aOaa; N. Y. Exp.a-38 ra.
v Going West,
Chic. Exp. 11.36 am; Mall 6.12 ra; Tel. Exp. 1.27 pm.
Fremont, Lima ft Union Road, train leaves at 11.30 A. M.
lis I ra Copies)
Of the Journal in wrapjers, for mailing, can
always be had at our office on Friday aud Sat
urday. Price 5 cenUt each.
Sond the Journal to your friends aud to the
soldiers.
S. M. PETTINGILA. ic CO.,
A'o. 37. Park limo, Xew York, fc 6 SUUr.-tl, Button,
ARE our authorized Agents for the Frkmowt Journal,
in those ci ties, and are authorized to take Advertisements
and Subscriptions for ns at onr Lowist Katsb.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
List of Letters in Fremont Post Office.
C. 11. McCullock, advertises Drugs, Medi
cine, Books, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, fcc. tc.
B. D. Austin, closing out sale to make room
for Spring Stock. - .
Phoenix Insurance Company Htatomefit, E.
O. Merry, Agent, Bellevue, Ohio. J
Chaplin Kalhbun's Estate, Executrix ap
pointment. Public Sale, Ferdinand WiJ-wm.
Auction Sales, M. D. Theirwechter.
Farm lor Sale, W. J. Havens.
Notice Fremont, Lima fc Union Railroad Co.
Farm for Sale,. L. Leppelman.
American Watches L. Leppelman.
Attachment Notices; CanHeld fc Geesemen,
Hoot it Meng, B. D. Austin vs. W. W. Brown.
Fiual Settlement, of late Guardian of Joseph
and Susannah il oyer.
ROLL OF HONOR—JANUARY, 1865.
The following paid the amount set opposite
their names on subscription to the Journal,
during January, 1865:
Seneca Hitt $1 OO.James Lemmon.'. 2 00
Mrs C.G.Eaton 2 00!
Christian Scholtz..... 2 00
T. L. Harris ns 2 00
HFred'k Vandercook.
2 00
1 00
60
2 00
1 00
Isaac Craun 1 00
C. W. June ns
Daniel Mowry 3 00
Ueorce Boyer ns .. 60
John F. Meek ns
I Georee H. Price
Sarah Cook ns
James McGrew ..
2 00jJ.S.Roe ns
2 00, C. W. EnUminger
3 65
2 00
John Kiou 2 OOlGilbert Rock n.
Key. G. R. Brown 1 56! w. Stevenson 10 00
A. Brown... 2 00 Jacob Ricart 60
J. S. Brown 50 C. O. Tillotson 2 00
Edward Deemer 2 OOjCapt. Benj. Flint 2 00
r reai aoing; i uu u. s. Camfieid 2 00
David Coleman.. .. 2 00 JohnGeeeeman... ... 2 00
Julius Terry 2 00, Mrs. M. J. Smith ' 60
Samuel Bower ns 2 OOiJf. P. Birdseye 2 00
Philip H. Obennoyer. 2 00 Sidney Forgerson.... 3 60
Eman'l S. Bowersox ns 2 00 H. H. Morrill 1 00
Daniel Shively 2 00 Enoch Heal . ... 2 00
Mrs. Kobert zuel z uu: Joseph Rumbauirh 2 00
Jonathan Loveberry.. 2 00 Jacob Kridler........ 6 00
John Ryan ns 2 00; Daniel Dollison ns... 2 00
Abraham VanDoren.. 2 OO orsen Wriirht 2 00
George Stull 2 00; R. R. Stewart ns 2 00
George June .......... 2 00 David Younkman....
Isaac Trask 2 00 Peter Whitmore
Samuel Decker 2 00i Jacob Wyant...
Jacob Fry 2 OOlElias M. Wyant ns..
5 00
2 00
1 00
1 00
2 00
45
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
Jacob O. Bo wins..
Wm. J. Havens
a w,J. W. W. Williamson
2 ; John Gee ns
i bO Mrs. Mary Pease
0 A. R. Coe
2 TllW.H.Hassinger ns..
2 00 Uriah M. Eckert ns..
2 W Martin J. Ford ns...
Charles G. Green
Andrew Dice...'
M. W. St. Clair
ElishaDawley.. ......
Dr.J. W. Wilson
A. H. Miller -..
S. Birchard .....
2 00
2 00 Capt. C. M. Smith us.. 2 00
4 00 Henry Conklin ns 2 00
Wm. Webster ns.....
2 00 Jame West 2 00
M. W. Beardaley
W'GeonreN. Snvder 2 00-i
J. C. Smead... 2 00 Solomon Immel 1 60
George A. Zimmerman 1 OOlA. G.Ross ..... 2 00
George H. Burket 2 00 1 Rev. A. Phelps 1 25
ja. juoore (uauville) 2 vu, Francis Ruckel 2 uo
J. W.HdUinger as... 2 25 Daniel Spohn .... 1 00
W. D. Stine 2 OO Mrs. C. G. Minkler 2 00
John Doll 50' John N. Stewart 1 00
A. C. Dukes 4 32! Mrs. Cath. Obennoyer 2 00
Rev. J.S. BroadweU .. 1 2d,Mrs. W. W. Aineer... 1 60
C.C.Gardner 6J. E. Fouke ..150
C. Geiger 2 001 Miss Susy Vandercook 1 50
D. D. Foster 2 OOj Wm. N. Morgan 2 00
J. Mack Lemmon 2 00 H. M. Billings 1 00
C. H. Burton 2 00 Aaron Lehr. 1 60
M. J. Tiehnor 2 64ig. Buckland.-. 3 80
C. N.Deal 3 00 P. Close 2 00
C.T.Miller 2 00 B. C. Winters 2 00
Joel Shoemaker ns... 1 00 Geo. C. Canfield 3 50
C. G.Sanford 2 00; James McNaramao... 3 25
Ferdinand Wilson.... 70 Condit Brothers 2 00
T. S. Johnson 4 40 R. P. Buckland 8 00
Mrs. D. Gallagher 6 OO H. Everett 2 00
Ira Benedict.. 3 09 Bucklaud & Everett.. 2 60
Gustavus Wright 2 OOiF.N.Gurney 4 80
J. B. Mugg 2 OOiJohn Kenedy 1 00
Oscar Ball 2 00 R, W. B. McLellan.... i 00
Henry Lesher... 2 00 I. 0. Totten 60
B. Staley 2 OOjTheo. Clapp 2
David Garvin... 2 OO Milde Saino 2 00
Henry Zeigler 2 00'chas.H. Neff ns 2 00
Michael Shanks ns... 2 00 Fred Sibbrel.... 1 -5
Hoot & Meng 2 00jA. T. Ladd.... 3 00
Wm. A. Rice 2 00, Isaac Bruner 4 00
E. L. CroBs 6 32iMartin Bruner.. 2 00
H. W. Bristol 2 OOjMrs. John V. Mangle.. 6 00
P. C. Dean 4 00 Samuel Mowry 3 30
Simon Krugh 6 00 J. C. Johnson 2 00
Nehemiah Engler ns. 1 00, Matilda Feaga ns . 50
Dr.J.W.Luse 2 OOiMathew Hutchiua 2 00
G. H. Stevenson 2 00 A. J. Harris 4 00
Patrick Porter ns 3 OOj
Total Receipts on Subscription for January.. .$343 19
We t hank our friends for their promptness in
paying. The satisfaction of reading a paper
that is paid for is only known to those who
have found it by experience. Tkbms $2 per
year.
in advance; after six months, 2,50.
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GRAND ENTERTAINMENT,
At Jirc hard JJall on Tuesday Evening, Feb
ruary 7th, 186a, for the benefit of the Soldiers'
Families' Aid Society, the Treasury of which
is entirely empty.
We hope all who feel aii interest in the wel
fare of our soldiers, will attend, and as far as
possible appear in fancy costume, thereby en
hancing the pleasure of the evening.
ffefresbments will be provided for all who de
sire to renew the ."innpr man," -
If any desire U rent costumes, they can have
them obtained from Cleveland by applying to
B. Amsden, Esq., as soon as possible.
Admission 50 Cents; positively uo half price.
I
MRS. B. AMSDEN, Pres't.
MRS. L. H. MOREHOUSE, Sec'y.
The Funeral Sermon,
Of Levi Hlllisger, late of Po. F, 4!)th O. V.
V. I, will be prgached by Bev. A. Wilson at
Washington Chapel, Washington township, on
Sunday February 5th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
New York Market, Feb 1.
Flour R. H. Ohio, 10,60. Wheat, Milwaukee Club,
20Ca21Gc Corn-r-loic dull. Oats 106c. Whisky 2llc
Pork 36'a37 new mesa. Dressed Ho-a lQ'aiolic
Cotton 85c, quiet. Gold dosing 202c
W. I. KELiIjEY, M. D.
HAS opened an office in Birchard Block over Dryfoos
Clothing Store; and respectfully tenders his pro
fessional services to the citizens of FREMONT, and all
the people surrounding. Haying spent two years and a
half in the Army as SURGEON, feels justified in saving
that any case of Surgery submittad to his care, will re
ceive proper attention. Particular attention given to
Chronic Diseases and the treatment of Children.
Residence, Main Street, nearly opposite the Episcopal
Church. Fremont, Dec 30, 1804. ly
RECRUITING.
L'p to Wednesday evening Lt. J. L. Gkekne,
Jr., bad recruited 50 men for the 166th JtegV
LETTER FROM REV. E. BUSHNELL.
MEADE'S STATION, VA., Jan. 23rd. 1865.
I
j . Editor JotasAt: I wrote you lat week from
j City Point. ' The same day that 1 wrote 1 came
op to this point, seven miles from City Toint,
; and about one mile and half (rom the front.
j Our quarters lie within a few rods of the Mili-
j y BaijJoad) where trais are eyery
I hour. No fares are paid on this road. ' At Ci-
No fares are paid on this road
ty Point 1 was furnished with a military pass.
This and the badge of the United States Chris
tian Commission allow one to go where he pleas
es, within the lines. With a haversack filled
with newspapers, note paper, needles, thread,
pins, envelopes, combs, Ac, the delegate goes
in to a Battery, or a Fort, or along the lines where
the boys are watching the rebels and cauno
leave. In a minute he is surrounded, by eager
soldiers asking for this, that and the other thing,
and receiving what he gives with delight and
thankfulness. The first time I went out I vis
ited a battery on the bank of the Aporamatox,
from which I could look into the streets of Pe
tersburg not over three-fourths of a mile dis
tant. Of course this battery could easily shell
the city. But then just on the opposite bank is
a rebel battery that can shell it. So each party
holds the other in check. Some time siuce the
rebels took to shooting our men whenever they
could sec them about the battery. To stop them
the battery opened on them with a mortar. A
rebel boat appeared in the river. The battery
dropped a shell into it and killed seven men.
This put a stop to the rebel shooting.
There is little firing now-a-days at the front,
except that of the pickets. It is a little excil-
iug, not much, to walk along behind the breast
works where they are a little low, with bullets
whistling over your head. But as the guus
must fire upward there is uo danger of being hit.
- The ground allabout usiias been fought over.
It is covered with ditches, redoubts and rifle-
pits, some fronting one way and some the other.
The rebels have !eeu here and have beeu driv
en off.
The 'Johnnies" come in every night. The
day that newsof the capture of Fort Fisher was
received sixty-three came over. They were
sent down iu a car by our station. They were
the ''hardest", looking set of men lever saw.
You should see the little Chapel which has
been built here. I think I spoke of it in my
last. But I had not then seen it. ' It is 43 by
23 feet, covered with a cloth roof, and decora
ted with evergreens. It is crowded every night
at prayer-meeting, ' and yesterday afternoon
about two hundred christians, members of vari
ous churches, celebrated the Lord's supper it it.
Gen. Grant's Military Railroad is a curiosity.
It goes over hills aud down through valleys.
A long train looks very odd, as it drags iu
length over a hill just to the north-east of us,
and then through a hollow. To the south-west
of us, however, is a hill that proved dangerous.
It isjust opposite the spot where the mine ex
ploded hist year. The rebels'liave built up that
place, and were able to see the cars on the hilL
They fired upon the trains, and so the hill was
excavated, and the dirt piled up all upon one
side so as to hide the cars. '
There is opportunity for one here to display
almost any species of ingenuity that he may
hae. Last week we delegates set to work to
make our quarters more comfortable, I made
me a bunk out of two pine poles and an old bar
rel. Then I made a very good table out of a
goods box, with a dull array' ax and a saw and
a hammer. Saturday it rained so that we could
not go out. So I made me an arm chair out of
poles. I used the ax for a jointer, and my jack
knife as a smoothing-plane. Now I have an
aristocratic seat. ' '
Speaking of rain, when it rains here, it rains
indeed. 1 do not wonder that armies cannot
move in the rainy season, . f
The armies of Uncle Sam have cleaned up a
"right smart" of land around here for the den
izens of Virginia. No signs of fences are to be
seen, but all is one great waste. Such is the
E. B.
Written for the Fremont Journal.
MEMORY.
When fleeting time and future years shall
have wafted us far out upon the rough sea of
life, what is it that will cause our thoughts to
revert to the Jkir scenes, the sombre shades, the
bright hopes, the blighting cares of the (it may
be) gay and joyous, or dark and gloomy past?
What is it that will either check suddenly the
spirits fond imaginations, or give them a deep
er, purer channel in which to pursue their de
viating course, and paint the bright wings of
fancy iu gaudier colors than before? What is it
that can hide the past, secrete the present, aud
veil the future ill one night of sullen gloom, or
lightly lift the cloud on the firm pillars of jus
tice and a consciousness of right thflt would
seek to obscure the dawning of the star of hope,
happiness or peace? 'Tis memory: and as the
different seasons . follow in their turn, as years
roll by, and childhood's sunny forms usurp
the places in youth's gay circle, how many and
how varied are the burning Records of act, of
deed, and even of thought, which are treasured
up in memory's silent halls. ' One nobly formed
resolve, one generous expression of sympathy,
one kindly-spoken word, will resound through
the still lapse of years, and long after it has
faithfully performed ita sacred mission, will
come gliding noiselessly back through the dim
and distaut void, until the remembrance of the
time, the place, the deed, will reach and touch
a kiudred cord iu the deepest recesses of the
human heart. If kind words were no sooner
spoken than forgotten, if gentle remonstrances
were no sooner uttered than disregarded, if the
display of virtuous principles and right actions
was always viewed ft ith a cold and careless gaze
without awakening a single emotion of esteem
or admiration in the bosoms of those who wit
nessed it; or if awakened, waa entertained but
a moment and then be entirely lost sight of in
the pursuit of pleasure, or the glow of interest,
and never be recalled then, indeed, it would
seem almost a useless task to cultivate a kind
and forbearing manner toward all in every sta
tion of life, when we were to be repaid only by
indifference and neglect. ' Then it would seem
that the words honor, duty, principle, were val
uless sounds, and classed with those baerones
of fraud, treachery aud deceit. '
But those who follow the dictates of con
science, aud are just and honorable, need fear
no such result. For the lightest whisper breath
ed in- the cause of truth and virtue will live,
and live forever, in the dearest remembrances
of the truly good aud great, will shed a richer
lustre over the bright rays of their morning
light, will gild their noontide sun with bright-
er splendor, and at twilight's, ealui and quiet
hour when the deep shades of night have fallen
over all earthly objects, and the peerless queen
of night sits high upon her throne, we feel that
those remembrances are thronging near us, are
breathed around us, are circling above wt in
beauty, pride and power, for memory and moon
light are boon companions and are among the
kindliest luminaries lent us from on high to
guard our paths from evil, and to rivet our
to the and. cheerful
to
of
LYDIA.
Ballville Tp., Jan. 27th, 1865.
BRAINARD LODGE, F. A. M, .
Have leased for twenty years the third story
of Nims' block on Front Street, formerly occu
pied by the Courier and Messenger offices It
will make one of the finest Lodge Rooms iu
the conntry.
UNION HALL. THIS EVENING.
The Carter Zouave Troupe Young Female
Brass Band, and the celebrated Berger Family,
22 in number, will give a Ooncert this (Friday)
evening at Union HalL They are highly spok
en of by the press wherever they have been.
Admission, 35 Cents; Reserved Seats, 50 Cents.
TO THE LADIES.
As the town will not be canvassed for pro
visions for the Fancy Dress Party, the ladies
are requested to send.to the Hall on Tuesday,
meats, biscuit, batter, sandwiches, pickles,
milk, fcc, without further notice. No cake is
COMMITTEE.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
FIREMEN'S HALL, Jan 31st, 1865.
Firemen convened at their HalL Meeting
called to order, Chief S. Bucklaud ja the Chair.
Motion of H. W. Buckland to elect Chief En
gineer and assistants wa carried. ': '
dominations, for Chiet S. Buckland,' G. C.
Canfield. ' Moved to have election of Chief aud
Assistants postponed until next meeting. Mo
tion failed. .Motion to proceed to election ear.
ried. . S. Buckland elected.
Proceeded to elect 1st Assistant Engineer.
H. R. Shomo, F. Fabing and A. F. Gallagher,
were nominated A. F. Gallagher elected.
M. E. Tyler was unanimously elected 2d As
sistant Engineer.
A Committee of two 4roin each Company were
appointen to solicit members, and to call meet
ings subject to Chief Engineer.
On motion, it was resolved that the proceed
ings be published in the town papers. The
meeting then adjourned.
S. BUCKLAND, Ch'n.
A. F. GALLAGHER, Sec'y.
A CARD.
Editor Jooixal: Will you permit me through
your columns, to thank the good people of
Clyde and vicinity, for their generous donations
on the afternoon and evening of January 25th.
The company waa large, the social enjoyments
un marred; the best of feeling prevailed, and
the amount, which was two hundred dollars,
very liberaL There are no kiuder hearts than
those of this place. May their liberal hands
be filled with plenty by the great giver of all
good, and every shadow be lifted from' their
J. S, BROADWELL,
Pastor M. E. Church, Clyde, O.
CARD OF THANKS.
We beg to present our thanks to the good
people of Kansas, Bettsville and vicinity for
liberal donations conferred, since the fire on the
evening of the 22d insL, which not only burn
ed to the gronud the house in which we lived,
but, excepting the clothes on our hacks, consum
ed nearly every thing we had.
But, thanks to kind friends and a generous
people, though we were destitute, we have
plenty, and, though we had not where to lay
our heads, they took us in and cared for us.
Please accept, kind friends, our heart-felt
gratitude for your kiudness and liberality.
May the smiles of heaven prosjer you, and pre
serve you from all loss, both in this and the
world to come.
NATHANIEL LYBARGER.
MARYETTE LYBARGER.
Kansas, O., Jan. 30th, 1865.
Henry's Magazine or TrroGEAPHr. A mi
teen page quarto wrm, quarterly with the above
title, for the lcnefH and instruction of printers,
has come to our table. It ia beautifully got up
with a title page printed in colored inks, which
is the most beautiful printing in colors we have
ever seen. It is published by Henry and Tay
lor, No. 19, Beekinan street. New York, at S25
cents per annum.
DAVID A. LONG.
At a meeting of the members of Company E,
49th Regiment . Ohio National Guard, held at
Kansas on the morning of January 24th, Capt.
A. Ash was called to the chair, and Dr. J. Ken
nedy appointed Secretary. The object of the
meeting waa stated to be the adoption of resolu
tions of respect for the character and memory
of David A. Long, late a soldier in the service
of the United States, whereupon the followiug
preamble and resolutious were adopted:
Whereas, lt has pleased the All- W ise Dis
poser of events to remove from earth our es
teemed, respected, and now, lamented friend and
brother, David A. Long, and whereas, we, the
members of this company, deeply deploring the
loss of a friend with whom we have been inti
mately and agreeably associated, feel it due
alike to his memory, and the country, in the de
fence of which he died, that we should bear tes
timony to the strict integrity and uprightness
which at all ti mes characterized him as a man,
a soldier and a Christian. - Therefore
Resolved, That in the death of Mr. Lo.no we
have lost an associate eminently worthy of our
. it.. : l i t ,
eaiceiu, uic iwuiuiuuiiy 1 IJ WUICU UO 11VCO a
member deserving their respect and love, the
country a good citizen, and the army a soldier
who was indeed a patriot. '
Resolved, That though his death is our loss,
we feel assured that our loss is his eternal gain;
Chat while we mourn his untimely end we re
member, with feelings of pleasure, that he has
written on the last page of a Christian life, "It
is well with me."
Resolved, That while we bow iu humble sub
mission to the will of a just Providence, yet we
cannot forbear expressing our grief that such
untimely termination should have been given
to a life worthy to be emulated by all, but at
tained by few. - ' ;
Resolved, That we tender the family of the
deceased our heartfelt sympathy in this the
night of their sorrow.
Resolved, That a copy of the foregoiug pre
amble and resolutions be presented to the wid
ow of the deceased, and also that they be sub
mitted for publication in the Fremont Journal.
A. ASH, Chairman.
J. KENNEDY, Secretary.
TAKES PICTURES.
Notwithstanding Artist Wiles was badly iu-
jured in the late fire, losing not less than $800,
he has fixed things up some, aud is taking pic
tures. Give him a call. So soon as dauiages
on the building can be repaired, he will put his
rooms in fine order. In the meau time he will
do what he can.
MIDDLETON'S PAINTINGS.
We are glad to announce that our cieiiens are
have an opportunity of seeing Middleton's
Paintings; - ,
This is a series of National Portraits consist
ing of Washington, Martha, Jackson, Clay, Web
ster, Douglas, and Lincoln, executed iu Cincin
nati, and pronounced by artists and connoiseurs
throughout the country to be the finest speci
mens of art extant.
The Portraits of Washington and Martha are
copied from Stewart's celebrated original. The
faithful expression of Stewart's Portrait of
Washington, painted iu 1794, aud now in the
Boston Atheneum, has given it a prominence
over all others, and ita copies are considered of
the first value all over the world of art. Of
this copy the Artist Poet, T. Buchanan Read,
attests the nidelity and skill manifested in thd
execution. Edward Everett commended its ac
curacy and spirit, aud the press generally have
endorsed its claims to a place in the home of ev
ery patriot in the land.
The Artists Agent, Mr. W. J. Morgan, comes
among us highly recommeuded, bringing letters
introduction from Hon. James Myers and
others. We take pleasure in recommendiuff
Mr. Morgan and the Artist he represents.
Our citizens may feel proud that they now
have an opportunity of securing these Portraits,
which have, for some time, caused such a pleas
ant sensation in some of our larger cities. '
Mr. Morgau is now here, and will call on the
people of Fremont.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Court of Common Pleas for Sanduxky
County, commences it next session at the Court
House next Monday, February 6th. The fol
lowing is a list of Grand and Pett it jurors:
'
GRAND JURORS.
Peter Bruuihaver,
Sidney Tuck,., - -Jeremiah
Lynch,
Harman Baker,
Philip C. Dean,
Godfrey Biles, .
Samuel Myers,
Eli Lloyd,
Jacob Mitchell, '
Michael Yeagle,
Daniel Roush,
Edwin Tucker,
W. J. Hughes, '
Wm. McPherson,
B. V. Boyce,
PETTIT JURORS.
JH. Truax,
H. W. Imlor, .
Joel L. Ames,
Sohn Frary,
Jasper King,
Wm. Schoch
Jeremiah C2 Mudge,
Benjamin Karshner,
Wm. J. Havens,
Eli Reeves,
John Lantz. Sr.
David Fuller.
PETTIT JURORS. "WOOD-CHUCK" DAY.
. Yesterday, February Sid, was ''Wood-Chuck"
day. . The story goes that on that day the
Ground Hog comes out 'of his hole and looks
around, and if the day is cloudy and. snow on
the ground it is a sure sign that winter is broke,
he stays out. . But if the sun shines so that
can see his shadow, he goes back to his warm
nest and stays "six long weeks," as he knows
winter will last that much longer. As the sun
shone at intervals yesterday, we would advise
our readers not to.throw off their winter cloth
just yet, as they will probably need it.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY.
W a ba r, per bushel KM I l,s.,
FLOws.perboxrel......
Cob, pet bushel,
Cea.v,ia the Ear
Rtb, per bushel
Oats, per bushel......
. 10,6S
M
iia0
1,50
- 65
3hW.
: )
- it
BrjTTiR,perpoand... ..........
Eons, per doxen
Causa, per pound . ....
DassaiB Hogs, per hundred
Lakd, per pound . ....
llal3,0O
liielS
Salt, par barrel . Fine, $3,76 Coam,$4,aO
HiDB8,per pound. ............. ..... 8al
Flax Ssd, per baahel , VZJo
TiaoTBT Sksb, per bushel $3,00as,00
Clovb 3 ssd, per bushel $13,0Usl3,5O
Has s. Smoked, per pound is
SaooxDns, " is
Bbabs, per bushel iLSOal.Ti
roTAToas,perbabel T5al,00
Arrus, Green, per bushel "6al,(Kr
Do. Dried, per bushel... $2,78
rsAOBis.pared,per pound 1220
Bbbbwax, per pound ...65
Olfioas, per bushel $1,0
CBiCKBjs,Live, per lb .. 6
Do. Dressed, per poanj ... .... 7. S
Tpsabts, Live, per lb. (
Do. Dressed, par poud . ......10
Wool, per poaad . S0!"
pecfti Notices.
Chappid Hands and Face, Sore Lips,
CHiLBLAurs, Ax. Herman fc Co's Camphor Ice. with
Glycerine, cures Chapped Hands, Ac., immediately, and
will keep the skin solt and smooth in the coldest weather.
Sold by Druggists. Price 2a cents. Sent by rpail for &
cents. HKbaaAN CO.
4mo3 Chemists and Druggists, Mew York.
A Delightful Cordial and Valuablk
Tonics-Hecemaat Jt Co's Cordial Elixir of Catyuva
Bark, possessing the active and well known properties of
the Peruvian Bark in a most agreeable form, it witl be
found a valuable Tonic in all caoex, but particularly as a
prevenvive ur r ever ana Ague, it is a pleasant aou pala
table cordial, and is mach supe rior to the common whis
ky an rum bitters so much in use. .Sold by Druirinata
HEGEMAN A; CO.,
4ao3 Chemist aud Druggists, Mew York. '
HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
PHILADELPHIA. PA.
fitnesses of the Nervous. flemtn&L II i-i n.-. . .i .!
systems sew and reliable treatment in reports of lbs
HOWARD ASSOCIATION aant be mail in ,...1.
ops, iree m cnarge. Auorees, ur. J. cmui.LN HOCUH
TON, Howard association. No. South Ninth street.
Philadelphia, Fa. June 3,144. ly
S. T. 1880. X.
Person of teatatary habit troubled with weakness,
lassitude, palpitation of th heart, lack of appetite, dis
tress after eating, torpid liver, constipation, fee., deserv
to suffer if they will not try the celebrated
PLANTATION BITTEKSi,
which are bow recommended by the highest medical au
thorities, and warren ted to produce aa tstswdiate bene
ficial effect. They sre exceedingly greeable, perfectly
para, and moat luptrced all other tonics where a healthy,
gentle stimulant ia required.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
Thy areas antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
Tiny strengthen th system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatie and intermittent fevera.
Thy purify th breath and asciuity of tbeatoinacb.
They our Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cur Diarrhea, and Cholera Morbus.
They care Liver Complaint and Nervosa Headache.
They mak th weak strong, the languid brilliant, and
r exhausted nature' gnat Natorer. They are com.
posed of th celebrated Caliaaya bark, wioUrgresu, sas
safras, roots and harb, all preMrved in perfectly pun St.
Croix ram. For particulars, ae cirouiara and testimo
nials around each bottle.
Beware of impostor, aaauiine vry bottle. Seethst
it ha our private U. S. Stamp anmutilated over thork.
with plantation seen, and our aignator oa s fin steal
plate side labaL 8m that your bottl U not nlllied with
spuriou sad deUtarious staff. Any person pretending to
ell Plautation Bitten by th gallon or in bulk, ia an Im
postor. Any parson imitating this bottl, or selling any
other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitten
or sot, is a criminal under th 0. 3. Law, and will be so
prosecuted by us. W already bar our y on several
parties r-niling our bottle, ka, who will sueeeed in gab-
ting themselves into close quarters. The demand for
Drake' Plantation Bitten from ladies, clergymen, mer
chants, te., is incredible. Th sL-npl trial of s bottl is
th evidence w present of their worth and superiority.
They an sold by all respectable druggist, grocers, phy
sicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country store.
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HOi Broadway, N. 1.
LYON KATUAIROiN.
Sathaironi from the Greek word "Kathro," or"Ka
tliaim," signifying to cleanse, rejuvenate and restore.
This article i what it nam aignioes. For preserving,
restoring and beautifying th human hair it ia th most
nmarkabi preparation in th world, lt is again owned
and put up by th original proprietor, and I now niad
with the asm can, skill and attention which gaveita
ale of over on million bottles per annum.
It ia s most delightf ul Hair Dressing.
It radicates scurf and dandruff.
lt keeps th head cool and dean.
It make the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevent the hair from falling oil and lurniug gray.
lt restore the hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful heaiiol
hair should ase Lyon's Cathalrun. It is known aud used
throughout the civilized world. Sold by all respectable
dealers. vi
EiTiAS . A. CO. JNew.fork.
HAGAN ?XAtiOLIA BALJI.
This is th most delightful and extraordinary artlol
vr discovered, lt change th sun burnt fac and hands
to a pearly satin teatun of ravishing beauty, imparting
th msrbl purity of youth, sod tb duUmrmt appetr-
sae9 iaviting In Um city ball of fashion. . It removes
tan freckles, puupls and roughness from the tkia, leav
ing th complexion fresh, transparent and smooth. It
contain no material injurious to th akin. Patronised
by Actresses sad Opera Singers. It is whs ovary lady
should hav. hold everywher.
Frepered by W. K.HASAN. Troy, N. r.
A d'irses all orders to
hm HARNjEsJ fc Co ISew.Vorsv.
, HaUHSTRZ&rS
IS UTUT A BLE 1IA1R RjtVIOKA TI Vt,
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But restore gray hair to its original color, by supplying
th eamllarv tube with watiiral au.t.n.i, imn.;i h-
a-s or disease. AH aafa(aam dyet are composed of
iwaar csMslie, destroy ing th vitality and beauty oi th
hair,and afford of themselves no dressing. Hetmstrwst'
InimitabI Coloring sol only restore hair to its natural
color by an easy process, bat give th hair s
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promote its growth, prevent its falling off, radicate
da ndruff, a nd imparts health and pleasantness to the head.
It ha stood th test of time, beinir the .trin.l n.i. st
oring, and is constantly increasing in favor. Used by
sum gsnueman ana lames, it is sold by all rmpectabl
dealers, or can be procured by tiwu of th commercial
aganta, D. S. BARNES CO. 202 Broadway, NawTork.
Two sues, 50 cent and $1. ,
i-riCXICAN mtSTASG IMM.TIENT.
The parties ia St. Louis & Cincinnati, who hay been
Counterfeiting th Mustang Liniment under pretense of
proprietorship, have been thoroughly c topped by th
Courts. To guard against further imposition, I hav
procured from the U. States Treasury, a private steel
plate revenue stamp, which is placed over the top of each
bottle. Each stamp bean thac limiU of my Signs tun,
and without which the article ia a Counterfeit, dangerov
and worthless imitation. Examine every bottte. This
Liniment has been in use and growing in favor for many
jeers. There hardly exist s hamlet on the habitabl
Globe that doe not contain evidence of ita wonderful
effect. It is the best emolient In th world. With Ita
present Improved ingredients, it aSeeta upon man and
beast an perfectly remarkable. Son an healed, pain
relieved, lives saved, valuable animals mad useful, and
untold ills assuaged. For cuts, bruise, sprains, rheuma
tism, swellings, bites, caked breast, strained horses, &c
it I s8ovTign Remedy that should sever be dispensed
with. It aholdeU every mmUy. 8old by all Druggist.
D Ss BARNES. NW York.
r Specif iloikcs.-
25 Cents to Sate 25 Dollars Heg-
ixax's CosciXTBATES Bs.tzixx removes Paint, Grease
Spots, Ae., instantly, and eleaw Silks, Ribbon, tiloves,
u, equal to new. Only Uo cent per bottle. Seid by
Druggist. HtGEMAN CO.,
4ao3 Chemists and Druifgists, New York.
A Card. Editor of Journal lu reply
t many letters and inquiries from people in this .
tion of the couutrv, tb undersigned teke great pleasure
in saying tbroucrb 'lie colnunaof yonr paper, that our
reiKmoed. prenaration known a COK3 DYSPt.PSlA
CI RE. U a certain enrs for Dyspepsia, ia ils wont tage.
Many cures of long standing, wi'uin our own acquaiof
aoc. bare been completely, and we belivw permanentl,
cured. It wiil stop distress alter eating alutost iaatso
taneuusly, and enables the drupeptie who ha lived for
years upon Graham bread and the plainest diet, to eatss
heartily at lie pleasi,aad anything he choose, without
danger of fdistnas, goring, or rising n tktomacb
It u an infallible corrector of indigestion snd eonstii
tioti, creates a heaituy appetite, s-ops sick-headache,
heart-born, sick-new at tb stomach, pains, eramps, or
eoiic in either the stomach or bow.Li, aud by ewaWiu
the patient to take plenty of hearty food, "which ia tbe
parent of health," produces vigor, strength aad enerc
In every trial we have kuown it has speedily eradicated
Dyspepsia with all its attendant sufferings, weakness,
debility, and Ios of power, giving instead, a proper ac
tivity and tone to the stomach and organs of digestion,
and aa we confidently believe, aad as he published oar
tifieates in our circular, almanacs, and in many of
the leaning Journals, from convalescent patients wiil
cwwArm, completely, permanently, and almost miraea
lously "cure the worst cane of Dyspcpsu iu eiiatence."
We warrant It in erery Instinee. It can i nlLamH .
all the Drug Stores in the United States ma Canada, at
f 1,00 per bottle, or six bottles for $ a,ou.
C. G. CLARK C"., Prornetors,
4yt NewJlaveo, ft.
Dyspepajst, Nervousness narl Debility.
Dr. Stkj'klati'8 Tovir. W can recommend those
suffering with Los of Apetrto. Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Nervousness, and NerrousDebili'y, to as Strickland'
Tnic. lt is a vegetable preparation, tree from A loo.
hoiic liquor; it streurthens tfjo whol nervous system
it creates a good ap.-tite, and is warranted to eon Dys
pepsia snd Nervous Deuiiitv.
for Sale by Drugitits generally, at II per bottle Pre
pared by Dr. A. Stinkland, East fourth Street. Cincw
atl. Ohio. Juiy W, labAly
llo back's Catawba Urasdy is made of
the Frit jmrt or raw Cat awa fiBAn,
C "bich grown ia abundance ia Ohio
.(1 anuiroin kuicu tui artuie is obUinwa
,JJP it hw ao .vrewible nj,irr, !iue claar color
une!ies an inequalities for niedi
cinsi purposes, aud for a bevemma i ti..
3 (X,beti.oputliAitaudiea. As a 2vorins
P XWV '"'.""rxwssdeabwewtkingpurpw
wa ii. i. me wui economical artirle tuaf
caa be used, being on half dollar cheap,
er by the boltie, and uearlv two ilmi.;.
ly'CtP i p"r aAlua cheaper than other Biemiie
Xt'. !d lor that ournostt. HbaiaiaF it I
tJ fl Vi bera iotroiu,i ' bas tuund rapid j
tf'LCi' nU daiy P"0' in popularity, tiv
tng iu all oae the utmost eatisiastiua
Call for Bohaci' Catawba Brandy, which
may be found for sale by Druggists, tirooero, and dealera
generally throughout the West.
C. W. EOBACK, Proorletor
ao, 8, 60, snd ttt East dd Street, Cindaaati
xo "sroTjTsro jscEexj.
Just published in a sealed envelope; Frio S eta
A Lecture oathe Nature, Treatment, and
Ra-lic! . .ire of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, is
voluntary Emissions. Sexual debility, and Impedimenta
to Marriage generaay. Xervousnes., Consumption, Ep
ilepsy, and i its; iientai aud Physical Ijieapaciiy; result
ing from Self Abase, && By Roseby J. Cfituvill. II
II ... lw. P ... IV .
The worid renowned author, in this admirable Lecture
clearly provesiroiu his own exneaee that the awful
conwqnences i SrUitbuse may be lfctually removed
without medicine, and without dangerous sunrical ope
rations, bougies, uiaunuiants, ricita, or cordials, point
ing out a mode of cure at once certain and edeetual. by
which every suite rer, no matter what his conditMnTmav
cur hunseit cheaply. i.iiTaWiy, aaft radically Th,,
Lcrirwt vu.i fhovx a boo io thocbajo: aivu ow
Sad. Sentumler seal, to any address, in a plain, seal
ed envelope, on lu receipt 0t snt wots, or two nostam
stamps, hy adiirei" IU3. J. c. KU.S'
yl UI a.,w-rr,Aw yorkPutomc, box 4689.
As lsTBHEsixsa Letter. Messrs. Post
ft Bruff, Agents i. Y. suitary Society, Rochester:
Oeut: 1 r.eem it due to you to stale toe magical sfiact
ot lhat one bottle of i'bojile's torn which I obtained froui
you iu November laot. aeeutg u adrertiseoeot ol your
Soctetr,ouering to ginyour iceUioue to Clergymen for
the poor of llieir parishes, I oL-Uiued a bottie for a poor
girl ot my oxngngation, who hd long been nearly he!
Ices troui Rheumatism, "d utraiige f, say, that vuebor. '
tie cured her entirely. I writ this, hopiti? that K my
aid the Society in itsefiorts to mtrwduc the Mediciue
and bless thOijo who moy need su.-h a remedy; and I use
strong terms, as 1 beiwvo its menu will fully Justify tha
most superlative torms of speech.
Pastor of the first Presbyterian Churuh
a ' i , r a f t "v x - t t- -,
VAAM.AVA1 At i st J - '
TO MuKVOlSl itri tKEH.
A tic:NiLi,iiAS",oureaoi'f.ervous Debility, locomm
fcney. Premature Decay, and Youtufal Error, actuated
by a desin to benetit oumrs, will a happy to furnish ail
who need it, (iree oi charge thareeipe u"d uiracUaoafor
making the sunpl rumecy used in his case. Sullerer.
wishing to prontoy the adveruier's bad ssperience and
possess a sun and valuajle remedy, cau do so by addrju.
i H I I K iVI A 1 II rV h 1st H H .
mg hiin at once at hu place or aaauiess. Th Keci n and
full information of viui unportauo will b che7fu!l
out by return maiL 7
. Addns JOkU. B. OWDtN, -
t x wNlUfcaSjfci,.Vew York. .
P. Nervouasuaorenot bolus res ul hud this in
formation invaluable. 4&no4
rpilE, CONFESSIONS AJ EiPERI--
X. MCE OF A.V Ui VALID,
V.'if''1" tur benfat. ad a. a CACXIUS W VOCJStv
Slh.it and others, wno sutfer from nervous debility Pre
mature Liecsy ot Mioimioo, Ate, supply mS at the 'same
time ran Has o Saw-Ccxa. By on. irho ha. cund
lumseU alt-r uuiicigoinj cousideraolo H : umzj Bta
closing a postpaiu aduresiKa. euveiopu, uja"l
may be had of the author.
v!Y.Uih "' King. Co,
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE:
COii'S DYSPEPSIA C UKE I ,
Car DyspeiMiia without Fail'
COE'fcJ Dk'ftPEPSlA CCRE I
, - Cures Nausea at tha Stomach '
(JOE'S DYSPEPSIA LURE !
Cures Clauip and Cbolic Pain.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE T
CueaCholen Morbus atery lima
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE !
Curciilndigrstioaassunasyos tsk It.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE !
. . , orei tibaxtourn and rieedacfa
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE !
Ri'ijuittle and lone th Stomach.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE !
is-a Sovereign R-nwdy for all Dumaae of th.
Stomach and Boweia. ""MMMIas
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE
with th.. niaUTry .k?" ih
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE '
Cure InstautaoeouMy-aiid yuu d.. u..t hav, tow,t s.
week to see itecdect.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE '
1 the greatest ApeUAer ever know-lt not only eteate.
the Apetite, but enables you to easily
Digest your food.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE
1 Recommended by all tha Leading pn ysieUns.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE I
1 au invaluible friend to all who are weak, debiutated.
and In a low .taw of normal action.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE I
la warranted to do all we hav claimed for it and
wiU furnish you certificates of ur best citiaeo, iuialu.
gymea to back up our statement. - .
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE I
la mainpernable to the portmanteau of every traval.,
a it at ones. prevent amine or a-ieknes; i thmM?
steamers or cars, and ia a Bever-faUmg sravnti
danger from change of waUr and ci'I Lo But do
without it. v
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE I
7? r, "Pitwnt sufferer, like
" L . . auvartised to euro
Dysnepaia, but ' medicine most wonderfully adant.!!
to all diMaee ul the stoniacn oi . ' v
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE '
tomach, in lets tim than it IimauI JLXSQ,? ut
" .it. uuaiia
COE'S DYSPEPSIA firuv ,
is not a preparation sow knowu that u asreUeii. ZZl
dy, and intaliible in iu acUou-reUeriug ud carmi itTt
oucw. We ay thi Doaitively. "iag u at
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE I
11 ffirBttVaVrsMl IW tiaA AMfi x
iw.' UouiL : irrr' "ii'r
jcal artielefor public and general use, but whathaVsk
a " wss oorne tu palm oi
victory over every disease it has beou ceitiusd U eure.
kl ii i T o -Kut., nuim snd fains iu
the Stomach and Bowels, Acidity of the stomach, Choi
era Morbus, Dysentery and General Debility and Weak
' , " mjwui uj vu, apiOKl come, w
will never nrg you again, if we fail in tiiis CW- q,
own knowledge of its merits, the united testimony of all
who have ever tried it, the encomiums of hundred of our
result, as certain s the sunsnine, all earnestly, nersiat
Mitltf. nrJH vou to lllrtt ttv nna lw.,l. i.- t- ' '
; - - 4 u woat wo aav
is not correct, u our stateinenu conctmine ita w,i
fnl rlrtnua In not fonnri l K ir . WOnUOT-
that the operation of tiie medicine is iniunUneoo.
perfo.tly wond.rfal, we will renounce oaTp
caterers to the nubii hmth . Ftoiession as
imitUng that are ZoZi
C. 1. CLARK & CO, Propiieturs, ;
; DEM A3 BARSE3 i CO, "IPark W iJST'
M. D.PARn, " (ien'lAgnU.
Dc23,lSH. STyl
OcrDutt. We deem it our duty to keep
ueastaatly bstor eur readers that most valuable of ail
medicines, known as toe s Cougu Balaam. It has stood
the teste of time and experiment, aad ail who use it ,
peak in th moat praise-worthy term of its medicinal
value. It is tue real duly of every parent to keep a con
stant supply of it in the Ilea so, ready for iruiuediate use.
N ot only u it a most splendid, vemsdy for soughs, sud
den colds, icllueaza, croup, and ail throat complaint,
but it ia ins eonumptires great relief. When they are
so far gone that no medtciue will ever curs them, Co
Cough Balaam will be found an invaluable friend to al
lay the eouirning, help the expectoration, and . th-
sufferer. V,hy will ye who are suffering frem ,,.
eolds, croup, son throat, hoaweue,, and itoim la
ble to pulmoaaxy attecU, sot tak. our ayivW, J?,
vnde yoursell with a sufipiv of Co' :0Eeh B;iiam- tha
beet and chpest Cough Balsam la the world? It co.w
2- S "a"1 Cia dpoa t ,ute of
aroggisw.
A Superior Hemedy We can consci
entiously recommend to thoee sneering from a diitres.
ing Cough, Dr. Strickland's Melliflou Cough bslsanw
It gives re, ltd almoet iastantaoeouv, snd is withal not iris
agreeable to the tante. Then is nu doabt bat tU .VH
litloui Cough Balsam is one of th bext preparation ia
use, and la all its proprietor claims tor it. We have tri
ed it during the -jsst week, and feusd relief from a most
distressing Cough. It is prepared by Dr. Stricklaud, No.
a, Eaat Fourth Stieet, CinutiMiaii, O, and for sal by al)
DrnviriHta at all cents iwiv bottle. 1 V
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