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BY JULIA ADELAIDE BURDICK.
Victorvl " '
1 bandar it cannon and resonant bell!
eho it mountain-side, fcilUtop and dell!
Trumpet and bugle the loud pean swell!
Victory I Victory!
Booming of mortar and KreaniiDg of shell.
Haste, to our foemen the great tiding tell'
' , " ' Victory I
Wave, happy flag, over fortress and fleet!
Areiy and navy exultingly greet!
City and country the glad news repeat!
Victory l Victory I
Fly 'with it, freeman, the poor bond man meet,
Strike tbe last fetter in twain at his feetl
. . - Victory!
Soldier, the weary daya' .offering through!
Patriot, everywhere dauntleM and true I
Nation, unflinching to dare and to dol
Victory! Victory I
Lift op your voices and welcome) anew
Ruler as wise aa the lami ever knew I
Flash with it lightning o'er highways of wire I
Speed it, ye steeds with the red heart of fire!
On with it, white ships, and iver more tire!
Beacons on rampart and tower and spire.
Signal triumphant the nation's desire!
Thunder it, ocean and river and lake!
Echo it strands that tbe mad waters rake!
Fly with it, winds, till the universe shake!
Heaven aud earth into melodies break.
Noonday approaches, awake, oh awake!
HOW TO BECOME UNHAPPY.
In the first place, if you want to be mis
erable, be selfish. Think all tlie time of
yourself, and of your own things. Don't
care about any body else. Have uo feel
ing for any one but yourself. Never think
of enjoying 'the satisfaction .of seeing oth
ers happy ; but rather if you see a smiling
face be jealous, least another should enjoy
what you have not. Envy all who are bet
ter off in any respect than yourself, think
unkindly toward them, and speak slightly
of them. Be constantly afraid lest tome
one should encroach upon your rights; Le
watchful against it, and if any one comes
near you, snap at him like a mud dog.
Contend earnestly for everything that is
your own though it u-ay not be worth a
pin ; for your 'rights' are just as much con
cerned as if it were a pound of gold. Nev
er yield a point. Be very sensative, and
take every thing that is said to you in play
fulnes in the most serious manner. Be
jealous of your friends, test they should
not think enough of you ; and if at any
time they should seem to neglect you, put
the worst construction upon their conduct
AMERICAN SKATERS IN PARIS.
The Paris correspondent of the N. Y.
limes says, the skating costumes this win
ter are very brilliant, and that in the "big
thing on the ice," Young America, as usu
al carries off the pain. He adds:
' On the Imperial skating pond that is to
ray, the pond on which the Imperial fam
ily and their friends skate, and to which are
invited the best skaters from the other
ponds Miss D. Low, of Massachusetts, has
ieen the lioness, and Mr. Marshall bank
note engraver, from New York, the lion.
Miss Low cuts her name with facility on the
ice, which is a great feat in this country;
and while she and Mr. Marshall perform
their wonders, the Imperial party form a
circle and look on in admiration. Mr. Cam
mac, Mr. Ross, Mrs. Byder, and many oth
er American gentlemen and ladies, have
"gone up head" for superior skating, and
been admitted into the ranks of the select
on the reserved lake.
Gen. Grant and Philadelphia.
A committee of citizens of Philadelphia
have formally, by letter, presented to Gen.
Grant the title deed of a magnificent dwell
ing, No. 2,009, Chestnut street, which is
being furnished by the same generous and
appreciative people. Gen. Grant in reply
to the committee, says:
Through you the loyal citizens of Phil
adelphia have seen fit to present me with a
house, lot and furniture in your beautiful
city. The letter notifying me of this is
just received. It is with feeling of grati
tude and pride that I accept this substan
tial testimonial of the esteem'of your loyal
citizens. Gratitude, because it is evidence
of a deep set determination on the part of
a large number of citizens that this war
shall go on until the Union is restored.
Pride, that my humble efforts in so great
a cause should attract such a token from a
city of strangers to me. I will not predict
a day when we will have peace again, with
a Union restored. But that that day will
come is as sure as the rising of to-morrow's
sun. I have never doubted this in the
darkest days of this dark and terrible re
bellion. Until this happy day of peace
does come my family will occupy and en
joy your magnificent present. But until
that I do not expect nor desire to see much
of the enjoyments of a home fireside."
GOV. OGLESBY ON THE NEGRO.
Gov. Oglesby, of Illinois, is a Kentuckian
by birth, and doubtless shared the pre
judices of his native State; but he has
Al. 11 ..'II
oeen mmung reoei-1 vniu lie carries a
pretty fair allowance oi lead in his body,
which seems to have operated to clear his
brain, since, in his Inaugural Address, he
"Is the public , sentiment of the country
to be checked or delayed in its determina
tion to eradicate Slavery from the soil of
the Kepublic by the constant inquiry,
"What is to become of the negro after he
is free f It might Letter be asked, what
may not become of him ? He can labor.
he can learn, he can fight, improve and
aspire, and if, after we shall have tried,
for as long to make him a useful free man
as we have a useless slave, we shall fail,
and he shall fail, there will be time enough
left in which to solve this persistent
GOV. OGLESBY ON THE NEGRO. Rich Copper Leads in West Virginia.
At the month of Isaac's Ford of Bull
Creek, in Wood County,- four miles from
the Ohio River, a rich vein of iimrwr tra
has been struck. Wn ft ; i,;l-.....
, , . . " ""vmtrcoo,
ki, mo ucpu luuj-um ieet irom tne sur
face of the earth. This laud is owned bv
CoL Wallace, of lS'ew Castle, Pennsj lvjiriia.
One mile above the tra-t, alM owned by
the same party, another vein of copjer ore,
seven feet in thickness, has been ntruck,
about seventyieet from the surface.
About a quarter of a mile further up
said (stream, on land owned by Scliaffer
fc Co., of Parkersburg, still another vein
of copper ore, five feet in thickness, has
also been struck at the depth of sixty feet.
The ore found in this lead has been assayed,
and is said to contain fifty per cent, of
The Wilmington Journal of the 20th ny their
lowes at Fort Fisher are over 100 killed and 400
or 500, wounded, and the whole number of kill
ed, woun.ded and priaonera ot lea than 3,000.
Of course the fall of Fort Fisher necessitated
the fall of the other forts on the river below.
Erery tbing below H tw Inlet is in the power of
the eDem j, eren if he is not already in po-
teesion of tbe town of Wilmington. It doen
. , TT-1 .
mean, nowever.ciosmg wo parr oi iiuiiogton
which is a very MTcre blow.
ADMIRAL PORTER'S REPORT.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.
The Navy IVjwrtniwit tu-day rwceirerl thefuJ-
lowing report iruui Admiral Porter: '
NOKTH Al LAM It WLAURON,ON RllAKD llM-
rt.it Si ai k I' i.ai; Ship M LvrKA, otf V
Smithvili.1, .. C, Jhii. :2l h. 1865. "j
In my l:isl I iiiforinwt v.u I liat Fort Uaswt'll
had been Muv. n up and evacriMeii iu consequence
il the id 1 1 ,t risiier. 1 wiit lienlcnanl
Out-lung hikuimI in Inn MotiliceTlu to the west
ern part toattcertaiii what bad txkt'ii lce, and
to obtain aid from the officer in command of
the Aew York and Vicksburg. Lieutenant,
Cushiug did Dot obtain the aid he required; fn
what reason I have not yet learned, but with his
usual energy he pushed on and found that Fort
Caswell had been blown up. Bald Head Fort
destroyed, and Fort Shaw albo, and Fort Camp-
bell, to the westward of Fort Caswell, abandon-
ed. , All these forte mounting pine and ten iuch
guns and Armstrong's 150 pouuders. Lieuten
ant Gushing then rulied into iSmilhiield hoist
ing the flag of the Union over CaswelL . The
next thing I saw was the flag waving over Smith
field which the rebels bad left in a great hurry
after they saw our boats approaching, leaving
every thing iu the beautiful fort uninjured ex
cepting two nine inch guns in the fort, at Deep
water Point, only spiked.
In the meantime I had succeeded in getting
onegunboat. the Tacona, over the Ripan interi
or bar, aud sent bur up to lieevea Point, to dis
able the guns at that jUoe,-bat'4hree Tmlem
the west side of the river alxive Fort Fslier.
Thus in tweuty-foor hours after the fall of Fort
Fisher and its outworks, al I the formidable chain
of JiorlS iu this xiver, at it entrance, built to
keep out anything, have fallen into our hands.
They are al pit-sent garrisoned with sailors. . 1
can scarcely give a description of those works;
they are certainly the oiont formidable and the
best built earthworks 1 ever saw, and do credit
to the engineer who planned them.
Fort Caswell is in the same shape it was be
fore it fell into reltel hands except that the rebel
have covered its walls with earth on the outside
and made them almost impervious to shut and
shell. It is in many respeclw stronger than
Fort Fisher, and harder to take by assault, still
it could betaken, and the rebels knew that three
or four gunboats outside would soon have start
ed them out.
I have had great difficulty in getting the gun
boats over the bar and the rips, and only succeed
ed this moruing in getting the last one through'
The rebels left plent y of good stores aud pro
visions aud our men are new subsisting on
them. " ' ' '
We have found here in each fort an Armstrong
gun with the broad arrow on it and the name,
Sir William Armstrong, marked in full. As the
British government claims the exclusive right to
use these guns, it would be interesting to know
how they came into forts held by the Southern
rebels. I fiud that immense quantities of pro
visions, stores aud clothing have come through
this port. I am almost afraid to mentiou the
amount, but it is enough to supply 60,000 men.
It is all English, and they have received the
last cargo. To more will come this way.
We picked up a telegram from General Lee
to his subbordiuate here, saying' that if Forts
Fisher and Caswell were not held they would
have to evacuate Richmond.
lie says most truly, and I should not lie sur
prised if he left it any moment. '
We have plenty of force to hold this place
against the whole Southern Confederacy. I
have 250 gULS bearing on the narrow strip of
land where our troops arc heavily .'entrenched.
There are vessels iu the river aud ouUiile, and
we only hope they will attempt to retake iL
Ten thousand men in Fort Fisher, with theguus
of the squad rou would hold this place a" long
We find this a bettor place lo catch the block
ade runners than outside. I bad the blockade
runner's lights lit last night, and was obliging
enought to answer their signals; whether right
or wrong, we do not kuow. Two of them, the
the Stag and the Charlotte, from Bermuda, load
ed with arms, blankets, shoes, etc., came in and
quietly anchored near the Malvern, and were
taken possession of. The Stag ' was command
ed by Richard H. Uayle, a Lieutenant in the
rebel navy, and belongs to the rebel government.
A number more are expected.- and we will, I
hope, catch a port ion of them.
1 entrusted this duty to Lieutenant Cushiug,
who performed it with his good lock and intel
These two are very last vessels aud valuable
prizes. They threw a portion of their wpers
over board on finding they were trapped- . -
1'be Charlotte briugs five English iiasMeugers
one of them an English army oilicer. They all
come over, as they expressed it, "on a lark." and
were making themselves quite jolly in ltie cab
in, over their champaigne, felicitating themselves
on their safe arrival.
The Stag received three shots in her as she
ran by our blockaders.
' Very respectfully Tour Obd't Sv't. ,
DAVID D. PORTER.
Rear Admiral. To GIDEON WELLS, Secretary Navy.
TRIAL OF CHICAGO CONSPIRATORS.
The Military Commission for the trial of the
Chicago conspirators has got fairly to work.
The charge isconspiriug to liberate the rebel
prisoners at Camp Douglas, and plunder and
burn Chicago. The first v. itnes examined was
John T. Shanks, who wasa Captaiu iu Morgan's
forces, and was captured with the latter in this
State, during the raid of 1863. Shanks was a
prisoner at Camp Douglas, but applied for per
mission to take the oath of allegiance, and was
allowed the privilege of an occasional visit to
the city. By this means he formed the acquain
tance of Judge Morris, one of the conspirators
on trial, and with the other principal actors in
the rebel scheme.
The testimony of Shanks shows that the camp
was to have been attacked on all sides on the
night of Nov. blh, 18t4. The force to be relied
upon was 500 escaped rebel prisoners from Can
ada; 1600 men from Southern Illinois, and var
ious desperadoes from other quarters. Orenfel,
one of the accused, with bOO men, was to attack
the city at the same time the assault was made
on the prison camp. This further programme,
in case of success in releasing the Camp Douglas
prisoners, is thus staled by the wituess:
"They were to destroy the city of Chicago, and
other camps were to be attacted at the same time;
Camp Morton, at Indianapolis, aud Johnson's
Island, also. We were then to form a junction
at some point, not designated, on the Ohio river,
and after that go to Kentucky."
The witness further states that Urenfel told
him that the money for the cuterprise was fur
nished by the Confederate Government, and that
they had the co-operation of influental citizens
of the North in carrying out this object; among
others the disloyal Order of the Sons of Liberty.
The Berlin journals relate the following inci
dent which basjast taken place in Prussia:
A pointsman was at the junction of two lines
of railway, his lever in hand, for a train was sig
nalled. The engine was within a few seconds
of reaching the embankment, when the man, in
turning his head, perceived his little boy play
ing on the rails of the line the train was to pass
over. With an heroic devotion to his duty the
unfortunate man adopted a sublime resolution.
"Lie down," he shouted out to the child, but as
to himself he remained at his post. The train
passed along on its way, and the lives of a hun
dred passengers were perhaps saved. But the
poor child! The father rushed forward, expect
ing to take up only a coqwse, but what was his
joy on finding that the boy had at once obeyed
bis order he had laiu down and the whole
train had passed over him without iniuary.
The next day the King sent for the man, and
i I . - I - I . .1 . ii
w uoitujeueuaioi civu courage.
NAVAL SQUADRONS TO GO ABROAD.
One of the good effects of the capture of the
I1 P?rt8. u Uie 'eli? it &Aves our from
blockade duty. The Xavy Deartuient, we see,
designs to re-establish the squadrons on foreign
stations, which were withdrawn when the rebel
lion broke out because of the want of vessels to
keep up the blockade. The appearance of our
naval ships on foreigu stations will satisfy the
governments of Europe that we have really
broken tbe "backbone of the rebellion, of which
there was so much talk in the early part of the
war, and mat we can now attend to our interests
abroad. The American navy always command
ed respect in Europe, but il deeds in the pres
ent rebellion will add to the estimation in which
it has been held, its amaziug development
during the progress of the great rebellion is oue
of the wonders of our country audofthelte-
,lKi; ... A nation that an e.rvif, a ran in U
years and lieoome the rirt naval 'power in tbe
world iu the eft'fictivenes of its rlcel and its
armament, roust necessarily command consider
ation in every part of the globe. A". Y. Times,
Major-Uueral Butler left WaishWloii lor his
t home in Lowell, Mawacliuetw, on the i Jth. iu
punuauc of orders. The Clironide its annouc-
ing his departure well remark: m .f'
Can the Government, or the frieud.of the
troTernuienl, ever forget what Butler has done
.. ... u.ovcot uu uiuerest Lours
of her adversity? Let us. if it its necessary to
criticise his military operations iu the field, not
fail to honor his splendid services on three 'sev
eral occasions, -when he saved three great capi
tals from riot and bloodshed Bah i
Orleans and Sew Yort. We aver, ns we believ
that bo man living could have ,Uue as well 7
Uutler, in nisaanug, prompt, yet prudent deal
ing with the people and the perils of these great
cities eo certain historic occasions.
We are glad to learn by the Cironicle, "that
t General Butler goes back to his home with the
Kinaes ieeiiDire ior jir. Lincoln ana run Admin-
iBtratiot,, nd that be will tbem await any CT!1
the ExecuUve may make.
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T. n , . l rm.
111 rennHyivania mere re
chools,witJ 16,000 teacbensand
Ne past up tjtiea Dlraet far powem. '
Torth whola boundlww continent ii oniii." ,
BLOOT 1 PUIUFIKK; ;'.
Hare been introduced to the public fonnoie tbB !
jinn and have acquired in
ar exceeding anv Family Medicines of aeitniUr nelura
in tbe market
An appreciating public waa Dot long in dworeriP)?
ttaej ponsetiwd remarkable ;
... Curatie Properties,
and heme tbti . .
and consequent pi not to tbe proprietor, tbas enabling
biin to expend ( '
of dollai t ct;li tear in advertising tbeir merits and pub
liftbinr the '
wlitch hate been showered upon him '
Kroni all parts of the Country. v
The peculiarity of the ' " '
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is that the strike at tha root of DISEASE, by ersdicat
iug every particle of -
Impurity in the Bl Hid .
for the life and health of tbe body depends upon the pu
rity of the blood., il tbe blooa is poisoned, the Mxly
drugs out a miserable existence- These Medicine
Are Une4ualled ,
Old Sores .
Salt Rheum, ' '
Kcver and Ague,
' KenriOi CompUint,
St. Anthony's Fire,
Kheumatipm, ' '
Fit. Scrululnoa Consumption, fee.
3 ,Jj 3
ONE person writes, 1ht daughter was i:urvdof tits of
nine years standing, aud St. Vitus dance of two years.
ANOTHKR writes, hix son was cured after his flesh i had
almost wasted away. Tbe doctors pronounced the case
'ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Ague alter trying
every medicine in his reach. .
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sore which had existed
ANOTHER of Rheumatism of ejjrht years.
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' Cholera Morbus
Pain in the Bowels - '
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- Doubt no More. -. ,
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vepetabie, 1 have the certiheates of those eminent cheu"
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Read Dr. Uoback's Special Notices and Certiheates pub
lished in a conspicuous part of this paper from time to
Price of tbe Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purifier,
(1 per bottle, or $a per half doxen. Of the Scandinavian
Blood Pills, 2o cents per box, or 6 boxes for $1.
C. W.ROBACK, Proprietor, No. 6 East Fourth Street,
Cincinnati, to whom all order should be addressed.
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'lHK SUBSCRIBERS respectfully an-
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Where thef offer for sale at their usual liOW Prices
all kind, of
CARPENTER'S TOOLS, nd all kinds
House Hardware necessary for Building.
HARNESS HARDWARE, '
.... ' : AU kinds and sty lea.
AILS . The celebrated Wheeling
Kail. Tbo best made in tbe country.
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS,
and PUTTY. ,
IRON and STEEL. A large assortment
Blacksmiths will find it to their advantage to call.
AGENTS FOR THE
Reaper; and Mower.
AGENTS FOIi GATES'
An innumerable variety of Articles too tjm-
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. SHERIFF SAJLE.
: ; Sandusky County Common i'lea.
THOMAS KELLEY, Plaintiff, i - .;- ;
Enoch tiramling, et. al. Defendants. )
BV u f i e 1 . i .1.- l.
tied cause I shall, at the door of .the Court House, in
J Fremont, on . . ;
Saturday, the 4th day' of February 1865,
"i on,clo:k the afternoon of said day. ofler
K IT n h' tMo AmcTibed Und?
In-lots numbers brtv-bve anH ,. v.,tnH r
Pratt's addition to the town or WoodviUe, County of San
dusky, and btate olOhio. . . ..
AP"ri"eJt209- A" K- 'EB6CS0N, Sheriu. ,
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I'lvti. tirrprnT nvmrm
tacob ZIEBER, uardian of Ehat-th Mover bu
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wllirh will he ll PKrH AD Ht a dfl. C CI ,Qrt-
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Sellers' Cough Syrup.
Established, 18.15. '
Twenty-five years ago Mr. R. E. Sellers, commenced
manufacture this remarkable Syrup for home dt'iuand,
little dreaming it was destined to form so important
branch of bit drug business. But from year to year the
knowledre of its value spread from family to family
county to county State to State till now it may
found in nearly every town in the Western country, and
is considered indispensable in thousands ot families.
FROM A. CCSHIN'U, DRUeiilST, SOUTH BKNU, J.ND.
D. S. Own, Esq., Dear Sir In reply to your lavor
the 13th instant., I would say that Sellers' Medicines has
far exceeded my expectations; and in no case have they
failed to produce the desired effect. The Cough Syrup
a cure for Coughs, Colds, &c, and the cheapness of the
article places it within the reach of all, which, together
with its efficacious qualities, renders it a universal favor
ite. Not a day passes without numerous calls for "the
one thing needful," at this season of tbe year, viis: Sellers
Cough Syrup. , ., A. G. CUSH1NG.
PREPARED AND SOLD BY :
R, SELLERS te CO., Pittsburg, Pa.
(The Original, only True aud Venuiiie.)
t or Twenty-tire years a Staple Remedy for
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, Costive-
1 ness, Kihous Disorders.
j ' Kead aud Judge for YoutmII.
i Silvbk Ckkkk, Ohio county, Va.
: Mk. R. . SKLLaKH Dear Sir: I think it a duty 1 owe
to you and the public generally, to state that 1 have been
) afflicted with Liver Complaint fur a Ion? time, and
. badly that an abcehS formed and broke, which left me in
' ' Tery low state. Having heard of your celebrated Liver
. I Pills being for sale by A. R. Sharp, West Liberty, and roe-
ommenaed to me ny my pnysiaan, lit. r. smith, 1 con
eluded to give them a fair trial. I purchased one box and
j found them just what they are recommended the best
found them just wnat tney are recommended the best
Liver Pills ever used; and after taking lour boxes 1 find
the disease has entirely left me, and am now perfectly
well. Repectfully yours,
D. H. C0LKMAN.
Price Tweuty-rive Cento.
J III Til I'O.WEHIVIAO'
Cranvillk, Licking county, Ohio.
' Messrs. U. E.Shli.krs & Co Dear Sirs: I have been
engaged lor the last thirty years in tbe drag and medicinn
business, during which time I have sold all the principal
VermiluRea that have been before the public
' Some bvo years ago I received a supply of R. K. Sellers'
A erroiluRe, which, with the balance, had to stand upon
its own meri ts. ' " "
Shortly iCwr reccivin-r it, 1 sold a bottle to one of
citisens, llr. Horace Wolcott, and others who reported
favorably of tts eltects, that 1 waa induced to use it in
own family, "when more than my expectations were real
ized. I am now selling of it ten to one of all otners
my store, an King which are FahiMstock'a, McLane's
Swaine's. 1 consider it a safe, prompt and reliable Ver
wnifuga, and t y far the best of any with which I am
You are at liberty to use the above statement
over rav signature, if you see proper.
Tours, Respectfully, ' A. P. PRICHARD.
Price, Tweuty-FlTe Cents.
A fj theaVove popular and Valuablei remedies are sold
rRE3IOXT, OBIIO, BY
PR. E. DILLON & SON, DRUGGISTS,
j- ' ; : tn Beklnd New Bloea. " .. 48yl
A Sure Cure.
EVEBV BODY 13 BET NO CVRKO ot tbia distiw- ;
DR. STRICKLAND'S !
Read what thowa nay mho bv uai it.
Mr. Charles W. Landrail), of Louisville, and Mr. J. V,
Hardee, of Cincinnati, O., bath were cured after unin
one pot of Dr. Strickland! Pile Kerned jr. They naj they
have tried every tiling but could obtain no relief,
but one pot of Strickland Pile Remedy effected a perict
cure after suffering for many yearn with the worst kind
of Pi left. They recommend every one who in Buffering to
try it. Sold by all DruftgifttK, 60 rents pr pot.
Manufactured at No 6, Kaat Konrth Street, Cincinnati.
Aok for 30yl
Dr. Strickland's File Remedy.
JW .HJ "
Vallette, Moore & llawson Blocks
J. W. BOWLUS,
Having bought the entire stock of Goods of
j. ii. icoiuiiEii,
Wishes to say to his friends, and the citi2ens of Fremont
aud vicinity, that he will, at all times keep a good sup
Choice Family Groceries
Queens-ware and Glass-ware,
Which will be sol J at the Lowest l'lice for Cash "or ready
Choice Tobacco ami Cigars,
Splendid assortment of Candies.
Best, while Coal Oil, also Coal Oil Lamps of ev
SPICES, ALL KINDS,
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
DRmD BEEF, AC.
The highest market price iaid IN CASH,
J. W. BOWLUS.
FREMONT, Aug. 1, 1864.
A perfect Anliilule,Speuilic, aud Cure for Rheumatism
and Neuralgia has long been needed. After earnest and
patient research, this has been triumphantly discovered.
It is called Watson's Nkcilalia Kim:.
Watson's Neuralgia King reaches the source of the
trouble and banishes the disease from the system. Un
like the untold number of Liniments and Embrocations
which merely stimulate the surface, are but temporary
in their effects, and are, at best, of doubtful virtue,
strikes at the Feat of the aiiinent, arrests it, kills it,
eradicates lUand leaves uo trace behind.
Watson's Neuralgia King also cures Gout and Dyspep
sia in all their form, it is now giving relief to thousands
who have been suffering lrom these diseases, and who
have tried all other remei les iu vain.
Watson's Neuralgia Ktug has received tbe highest tes
timonials trom the rugnail sources tn regard to its won'
derlulehicacy. It opera j-s with equal success in mild
and chronic cases, never "ailing to work out a speedy
and permanent cure.
Watson's Neuralgia King costs but oue dollar per bot
tle and less than a bottle oiten enecta the end desired.
Watson's Neuralgia King is the only specifio and cure
for Rheumatism ana .neuralgia that has evor been dii'
covered. Prepared by A. 1. MAI HEWS,
29yl B alo, N.Y.; Fort Erie, C. W.
Soldb all Dm jats.
b'rsol Broad Uaffue,
JJoutle Track, and Telegraph
New York, Boston and all Eastern Cities,
OA RR TINS THK
Great 'Western and South-Western U. S. Mails.
f wsr (jjunn'.sn Exprkss Trains leave Dunkirk
tUniJ daily, on arrival of all trains
tne lAke snore KailroaU, from Cleveland, Cincinnati, To
ledo, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, St. Louis, &c,and
run throueh to New York without chanire.
The Oxlt Route running Cars through from the lakes
to New York City. Splendid ventillated Sleeping can
run on the Night Trains.
Baggage checked through. Fare always aa low as
an v other route.
Boston passengers and their baggage transferred Free
in New York.
Be particular and call for Tickets via Dunkirk and
Erie Railway, which are sold at all the principal Railroad
Omcesin the West.
This Rood affords superior tacilitit-s lor shipment
Freight. Expresui k reil Trains leave New
York daily, nuking close connections Uirongh to
For Freicht rates enquire of A. II- Ward, H40 Broad
way. New York; John S. Dcslap, 16 State Street, Boston
Mass., or of E. S. Spk.vokk, Western Agent, 64 Clark-St,
Chicago. , uua. aujui,
July 17, 1863 . Gen'l Sup't.
IS a compound of MtringeDta, absorbentis stimulants
aud carminatives, whict every physician acknowledge,
is the onlv preparation tL' .'"f ' T u .
of Diarrhiaand Dysentery'., This Anh-Cl.oler Mixture
is now in use iu several of W V"? hoBplt?1A,W,1-1 I!
gives the greatest satisfactio . ed th1l1'Te"'
thousands of our soldiers ana cutiwus, and we gr
antee it to be the best remedy iir the world for Diarrhoea
and Dysentery. . . . .
Mr.Voods, of Coviagton,Ken.'.uci,will be most hap
py to satisfy any one as to the viitue o.t Strickland s
Mixture; in fact we have a 'rest u
testimonials from patients who have been cured alter
pronounced incurable by their physici!?"' some
taking only one bottle of Strickland's Anti-C.1101"1""
ture. If you suffer with Diarrhoea and DyanterT
You ought not to be without such a valuable mediciV'
The Cincinnati National Union, of April 24th says: that
thousands of our soldiers huve been saved by the use
Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture. For sale by Drug
gists at 60 cents per bottle. 30yl
General Depot, 6. East Fourth Street. Cincinnati, O.
Cure Warranted if Directions are followed.
Hundreds of citizens of Chicago have been ri-
nently Cured by this Medicine.
jy (jALI, ron a CiKcrLAB PGeCKiaixi: ALL Stmptuh!.
DR. D. II. SEELYE & CO.,
Eloolll No. 11,
The symptoms of Catarrh as they generally apprar
al first very slight. Persons iind they inve a cold,
they have frequent attacks, and are miie sensitive to
changes oi temperature, in mm wii.mum mr
be dry, or a slight discharge, thin and acrid, afterward
thick and adhesive. . As the disease becomes
chronie, the discharges are increased in quantity
changed in quality; they are now thick aud heavy,
are hawked or coughed off. The secretions are offensive,
csnsiog a bad breath; the voice is thick and nasal;
eyes are weak; the sense of smell is lessened or destroyed
deafness frequently takes place. Another common
Important symptom of Catarrh is, that the person is obli
ged to clear his throat ia the morning ot a thick or
mucus which has fallen down from the head during
the Dieht. When this takes place, the person may
sure that his disease is on its way to the lungs,
should lose no time in arresting it. The above are
few f l Catarrakl eymptome.
3 f-jf a single bottle will last a month to be used
U Md'lffinio'at, by Dillon ft Son. Dee. 2, 64yl
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE!
mHE subscriber has a nurrinr ori.ots west of the
I Road Depot.in Fremont; between Crogban and Napo
leon Streets, which he
ell n liberal terms as
price and payment.
W .Wt awkwawaawaaw
.LIFE, FIKK AMD
Inland Navigation Insurance
In all its branches,
All in Krst Ulaaa CASH t'ompaniei I
Corn Exchange Fire and Inland Naviga- j
Hon Insurance Company.
Cash Capital asd Surplus. . .; rKiOO.tMK)
Manhattan Fire Insurance Company.
Established in IH'21. Cash Capital and Surplus 8'7000 '
Arctic Fire aud Inland Navigation Inmr-
ance Company. - ' ? ' . '
Cash Capital and Surplus $(iOO,(KK ,
Irving Fire Imurunce Company.i i
1 Cash Capital and Surplus $250,000 ;
Lorrillard Fire Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Surplus $7O,OO0 ;
This Company divides three-quarters of the net profits :
to the Policy holders, in script, bearing Interest, with-
out any liability to insured. Policies issued for 1, 3, A 6 ,
years on Varm Property, Dwellings and Furniture.
Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, !
Of Hartford, Conn. Cash Capital and Surp. $1,000,000 j
ALL LOSSES PAID HERE.
D. S. CAKIFIEU), Agent. '
November 30, 1863. 6yl
Tolido, Ohio, October, 1864. .
Mr. W. W. Whitnky: Your Improved Melodeons are.
in my opinion, the Ne Pltu Ultra of Reed lostrumsnts.
Their evenness of "tone power" is greater than any siroi
lvr instruments 1 have seen. 1 take great pleasure in
recommending them as the BEST Melodeons in the mar
ket. L. MATHIAS, Teacher of Music.
-or years to come we believe they will be tha favorites
with those who want the best. Adverlistr.
Tolmdo, Ohio, October, 18o4.
Mr. W. W. Whitney: litar Sir: I have examined your
Improved Melodeons, and 1 take plaasure in saying that I
lind iri. them all the elements that have been so long
sought after. Your improvement in the bellows, will, I
am sure, make tbeiu the hobt fbrfkct of Reed Instru
ments, i. E. GILLMAX,
Tuner and Repairer of Organs, Pianos and Melodeons.
Exceeds in our estimation every other instrument of
this general class. Ttltgram.
Mr. W. W. Whitxkt, Toledo, Ohio. 1 wish to express
my aumiaaoon oi me superiority oi tne jieioueons oi
your manufacture. The Reedy or A'asai tone usually
found in Melodeons is entirely obviated by your improve
ments. Wishing yon the success you so well deserve, I
am yours, truly, W. B. THOMPSON, Prof Music, N.Y.
Never seen any thing ol the kind that interested us to
Toledo, Ohio, October 26th, 1864.
Dear Sir: It is with the utmost willingness that I give
my testimony aa regards the excellency of your Melode
ons. After a thorough acquaintance with the instru
ments of other makers, candor compels me to say that
thone of your manufacture surpass them as regards elac-
ticity of touch; evenness of voicing; and freedom from
all harshness, and thinness of tone. I shall unhesitat
ingly recommend them in answer to the numerous inqui
ries of purchasers. Yours truly, E. P. SPRAGUE, ,
rroi. oi jiusic, aua urganisx ot l nnuy vnurcn
. " tr.
The emoothenesa of the tone makes a beautiful accom
paniment for the voice. Trttaa.
Surpass every thing in this line we have seen, whether
French or American.. Commercial.
Accept. Mr. Whitney, my sincere congratulations.
Henceforth Toledo may advantageously compete with any
of the larger cities in the construction of Uelodeons.
xi. xrxiir,ipra Manager, n . i .
Reallv verr effective and beautiful instruments. All
that want the best will get "Whitir V Blade.
Once having seen them, will convince the most skepti
cal that they are just what has been long wanting.
I am daily receiving letters similar to those above from
irofessional musicians; also from persons who have the
nstrumentsinuse; every Instrument warranted 6 years.
I have all the facilities for manufacturing these Uelo
deons, (every department being under my personal super
vision,) and I feel confident with my unsurpassed im
provements, that I am now placing before the publio a
Superior instrument, larger, auu .imiuevriuwHvi lous
not heretofore obtained by any other Melodeon manufac
turer. Thennish and durability ot tneae instruments are
second to none.
All orders will secure as prompt attention as it the par
ties were here to select. Address all orders to
W. W. HHIOE1,
151 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio.
Factory 146 A 148 Summit Street, Toledo.
Nov. 26, 1864, to Jan. 15, 18o6.
the . YTTPT? Core
PEOPLE'S 1 U Ii, Pi Rheumatism.
"I waa troubled witii Rheumatism for two years, suffer
ing more or less every day. 1 have taken two bottles of
the 'People's Cure.' and have not had any pain sine
left it off more than fonr weeks ago. I consider myself
as entirely cured, and the medicine has made me teel very
light and good just like a young man. though I am
sixty-two years old. GODFREY SCHEJTEL,
403 Michigan street."
My wife has been suffering from Rheumatism of an in-
Hammatory character for about six or seven years, some
times very acutely. About the first of June last she
commenced taking the 'People's Cure,' and continued to
take it some three weeks. In ten days after she com
menced, the swelling and stiffness of her joints had ma-
lessened, and in three weeks had disappeared al-
together. THOMAS POLLOCK,
Buffalo, Oct. 1, 1862. A W.H.Olenny's."
the riTTPTJ1 Care" "
PEOPLE'S J U XVlj Fever Sores.
uunaio, nor. 13, it
"Two of onr subscribers one of them afflicted with
bad Fever Sore, the other with Rheumatism having
seen the advertisement of the 'People's Cure' in this pa
per, purchased the medicine, and now, after having thor-
ouguiy inmi ib, report w us, ouuiuiuiuiug i. suusb
heartily, aa a thorough remedy In their ease. Editors
THE pTTT) T7 Cures Diseases
PEOPLE'S I J 1 J I V Pi of the Skin.
"My face has for more than tea years been greatly dia
ligured by eruptions and bunches, which at times exten-
ded over my whole body, and once for three days made
me entirely blind; but having taken two bottles of the
'People's Cure,' my acquaintances hardly recognize me
indeed I hardly know myself aa I am a well man. Iet
aU who are like afflicted try tha 'People's Cure,' the
medicine prepared by the Sanitary Society and I think
they will not begrudge tbeir dollar.
' "JOSEPR 80UK, Turner.
Buffalo, Nov. 16, 1864. Mechanic Street."
THE iTiTT) T? CurM Scrofula and
PEOPLE'S vUXVXj 8alt Rheum.
"I have used the "People's Cure' in my family with
great beneht, in cases of Scrofula and Salt Rheum, and
have recommended it frequently to my friends, all
whom 1 believe have been benefitted, and most of them
entitely cured by it, CHAS. 8CHARFF,
273 Main street, np-etain."
THE rTT) Cure Female
PEOPLE'S lUXi-Ej Weaknesses.
"I have been in feeble health ever since the birth of
boy, who is now twelve years old. I have had many
troubles and difficulties, all this time unfitting me for ev
ery kind of labor, and destroying aU my comfort. Last
summer I commenced taking the 'People's Cure,' and
have used four bottles, and am now almost a well woman.
My difficulties have nearly all disappeared, and I
cheerful and happy. MRS. CATHERINE DEWALD,
Dressmaker, Ooodell Alley, above Tapper St.
Buffalo, October 20, 1862."
THE TTDT? Cures when other
PEOPLE'S vUllJj medicines fail.
"My wife has been in poor health for a long time hav
ing frequently to call a physician to attend her; but
was recently very much worse. She had night sweats
u-ghed a great deal during each night and considerably
dorin 1118 d?' we all supposed she was going
with il' consumption, when a friend advised her to take
the 'PewPle'a Cure.' On taking the medicine she per
ceived a change at once. On the third day she had re
covered her appetite, and was fast regaining her strength,
until on the eighth day, not yet having taken one bottle,
she has stopped taking tfie medicine, saying aba was
well ai' ever she was, and m well as any body could
ml she has continued so ever since,
ana sue KLEIJf t eardoer 33 Pwl tU
Buffalo, Octiber 20, 1862." .
ty For Sale by all Druggist. 29yl 1
C CROSBY, General Agent, No. 226 Main Street, Buf
falo" . t "horn all orders should be addressed.
XCST RECEIVED, a tine assortment of those excellent
j sj Spheroidal Glaatiea,
s beautifully ground Concavo Convex I.en adapted
! suit all aires, and more apt to improve than impair
I vision, the object appearing with the same force in all
rections. Also, other fine
' port act Concavo, Piano, Double Concave and Convex
i Lenses, in Steel, Silver and Gold frames.
Kye or Nose 61aases.
j Morocco, Planished, and German Silver Spectacle Case.
! T7f Call and See, at th. Post Office Building.
I un. 20, 1884. H. 1. ZI11MERMAN.
M E L L I F L O U
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROAT, Athma,
and Consumption. It is only neeeeaeary for any
troubled with these complaints to try on bottle of
MELLIFLOUS COUGH BALSAM,
to convince them that it ia the best Cough Balsam
used. It not only enrea the above affection of
Throat and Lungs, bat it cur. Night Sweats and Spit
ting of Blood, and is an excellent gargle for any kind
Sore Throat. It is pleasant to take, anil a safe medicine
for Infant. Price 60 cents per bottle. For sale by Drug
gist generally. l"3yl
General Depot 6 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
GARVIN, ZEIGLER & CO.,
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
THE RECEIPT OF THEIR LARGE
AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE NO
TICE OF THE CITIZENS OF
, r Sandusk v County.
COMPRISING A FULL ASSORTMENT
OF LATE STYLES OF
HOSIERY, .NOTIONS, AO, &C.
GARVIN, ZGIGLKR CO., take this opportunity
xpress their thanks to the numerous customers of
for tli" i r liberal palrouagi nud uport, and iovit aft
1 call and fjaniioft their utoek. witUin awsuranevthat cour-
Wj and fair dealing will always thown them.
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FREMONT, APRIL, 1864,
WM. A. RICE,
PRESENTS HIS COMPLIMENTS
HIS FRIENDS .AND CUSTOMERS,
AND BRIEFLY ANNOUNCES THE
RECEIPT OF HIS
LARGE & BEAUTIFUL STOCKOF
FOR THE LADIES.
' OF ALL KINDS
OF THE LATEST
AND MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES.
Groceries and Crockery
WE ALWAV.S 11AVK
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tiolinnd, Kbiiuabl, ami Cheap Uiit'd-i.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD GOODS,
WILL DO WELL TO CALL ON US.
WM. A. RICE.
FRKMONT, APRIL, 1864.
jXE w firm.
S E L E
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K I ND b' 5
THIS 1 ,
CALL AND SEE!,
OA S H
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AND ALL KIND8 OF
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MAY 6, 18rU.
NOW OFFERING IN i V.
S HOE S7
BUCKLAND'S NEW BLOCK.
ARE NOW OPENING OUR
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Boots and Shoes
AND ARE PREPARED TO GITK"
SPECIAL BARGAINS TO
OUR CUSTOMERS. ;
We bave a very large variety of the celebrated
ROCHESTER CUSTOM WORK,
In addition to our
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And also a large stock of
OUR OWN MAKE OF BOOTS,
ready for sale. We manufacture to order as anal ia the
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tJT Plms give ns an early call at oar Store is-Buck-land's
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