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ISAAC M. EEELEE, Editor.
FREMONT: OHIO. .
Friday February 10, 1865.
. A journeyman printer, who
'Tear ia the war, and been honorably discharg
. ed. irishe to obtain a situation in a country
office, where there is not much night
Address R. CULLY, Fremont, O.
THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
.The work of ratifying the" anti-slavery ae
tion ef Congress goes bravely on. Already the
' Legislatures of Illinois, Maine. Rhode Island
New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan
Massachusetts, West Virginia, and Missouri
hare ratified the amendment. , The Leg ink
tores of West Virginia and Massachusetts were
onanimous.- and in Missouri there were but
two dissenting voices in the Senate and four in
the House. The Ohio Legislature was to hare
voted on it last Wednesday, and we presume
did ratify it by a large majority .
P. S. The Ohio Legislature ratified the Con
stitutional amendment by a vote of 25 to 4 in
the Senate, and 58 to 12 in the House a strict
ly party vote.
Opening of Presidential Election Certificates.
The two houses of Congress met iu the Hall
of the House of Representatives ou the 8th inst.
and counted the certified votes for President and
Vice President of the United States. Mr. Lin
coin was declared elected President, and Mr,
Johnson Vice President.
Whereabouts of the 72d Regiment.
. From a letter received from a member of the
72d, we learn that the Regimaet is sew encamp
ed at Eastport, Miss., on the Tennessee river.
Considering the recent hardships the Regiment
has recently undergone, the health of the men
is good, though there is some sickness among
Great Fire in Philadelphia.
On the 8th inst.. a fire broke out in the oil
works on 27 inth and Federal streets, Philadel
phia. Forty-seven three story buildings and
two thousand barrels of oil were consumed.
Fifteen persons, mostly women and children,
lost their lives.
SALE OF UNITED STATES BONDS.
Philadelphia, Feb. 6.-The sales of seven-
thirties by Jay Cooke since Saturday is $3,
The first National Bank of i reniont is an
acent for the sale of these Bonds. No better or
safer investment can be made than buying them
A Lady Appointed Post Misstress.
. Mrs. Bnshnell has been appointed Post Miss
tress at Sterling, Illinois, on the following or
der of the President:
"Mr. Washburne has presented to me all pa
pers in this ease, and finding Mrs. Bushnell as
well recommended as any other, and she being
the widow of a soldier who fell in battle for the
Union, let her be appointed. A. LINCOLN.'
QUOTA OF SANDUSKY COUNTY.
The quota of Sandusky county as published
in our paper last week was incorrect, although
we thought it right at the time. As published
in the Sandusky Register, it stands thug;
Sandusky, 56 Green Creek, JO.
York, 39 Washington, 29
Woodville, 24 Ball ville, 22
Jackson, 17 icott, 13
Madison, lOEdey, 16
Rice. 14 Towusend, 15
The Peace Project.
- It is now pretty well understood that the late
attempts to make peace have failed. The Reb
el Commissioners, Stephens, Hunter and Cainp
. belL were met at Fortress Monroe by President
Lincoln and Secretary Seward, and had a con
saltation of four hours duration. It is stated
that the rebel commissioners demanded, before
they would listen to any terms of peace what
ever, an immediate cessation of hostilities and
a ninety days' armistice. This the President
could not accede, rightly saying that when the
Government ceased hostilities it must be final.
The President presented the subject of peace to
them in every conceivable form, suggesting the
- most liberal and considerate modification of
whatever in the existing legislation and action
of the United States government might be re
garded as specially hostile to the rights and in
terests or wounding to the pride of the South
ern people. It is said that the President even
went so far s to say to them that a general am
nesty would be extended to all rebels, and that
the Confiscation act should be repealed, only
requiring them to lay down their arms, yield
obedience to the Government, carry out in good
faith the Emancipation Proclamation, and the
several seceded States to assume their lawful po
sition in the Government; but in no single par
ticular could he induce them to swerve for a mo
ment from their demand for an armistice. They
even refused to say, were an armistice granted,
whether they would negotiate lor a peace on
any other terms than that of the recognition of
The President and Mr. Seward, finding all
attempts at an honorable peace abortive, ter.
minated the interview, after having it distinct
ly understood and explicitly stated that the at
titude of the Government and the rebels was to
be precisely what it would have been if this
interview naa never taeen piace.
The action of the President was unanimously
appiored by me uaDtnet.
Horrible Tripple Murder.
On Monday night last, a young man named
Frank Bivins, aged 22 years, at Woodstock,
Miccigan, murdered his father, mother, and
young wife, by shooting them with a revolver,
' After committing the act, he set fire to the
house, which was entirely consumed, and the
remains of the murdered persons partially con
umed. Bivins was arrested at Grafton in this
State, and has made a full confession of his
guilt. He gives as a reason for the act, that he
had made a marriage engagement withayoupg
lady at Grafton, and wanted his wife out of the
way that there might be no impediment to the
marriage, and that he murdered his father and
mother that he might come into the possession
of their property and thereby be enabled to
maintain his new wife. The prisoner appears
to be of sound mind and perfectly indifferent
as to his fate.
Another Constitutional Amendment.
Mr. offered a joint resolution in
the Senate, ' proposing an amendment to the
Constitution, as follows:
"ftcpaentioB to Oougrac ehall be appor
tioned among the several Slates, which may be
included in this Union, according to the num
ber of male citizens of age, having in each State
the qualifications requisite for electors of the
most numerous branch of the State Legislature.
"The actual enumeration of such citizens shali
be made by the census of the United States."
The resolution was u-i-.;.e 1 to the Judiciary
WHERE IS SHERMAN GOING?
He ie going where he pleases. If the rebel
account of his movements be correct Gen. Sher
man by this time has cut off Charleston from
the interior by striking the Charleston, Augus
ta, and Atlanta Railroad at two places Branch
ville, 62 miles north of west of Charleston, and
Augusta, north-west from Charleston 137 miles,
and on the Savannah river, and on the State
line between South Carolina and Georgia.
Branchville is at the junction of the Augusta
and Charleston Road with a road running north,
about 43 miles, to an east and west road con
necting Columbia, South Carolina, with Wil
mington, North Carolina. Possessing the road
at Branchville we holding the Charleston and
Savannah road cuts off Charleston from the
interior save by a road due north striking the
Wilmington road at Florence.
But a few days will elapse before we hear
Tery important news from Sherman's conquer
ing army. Cleveland Herald.
The news seems to be reliable that the rebels
are evacuating Mobile. Cutting off the sea ap
'proaches to the Southern cities, leaves very lit
ile importance to the cities themselves, and the
Deed of concentration by the rebels is so great
that they cannot afford to waste any strength in
guarding points not immediately valuable for
stragetic purposes. There is a fatal contraction
on the rebel sinews that ia drawing them up in-
. J ,J a rf email Anmi1pr wfiiM)
Ml a UUUIUw 1 " j
hemmed in by Federal bayonets must yield to
Joyal arms. Cleveland Herald,
Uoluinbun, Jan". 1,"1S(.. A bill was intro
duced to authorize .sheriffs to administer oaths
rendered uwrj hi I lio discharge of their
ontciaiaulieti. , .
The bill l nmic salaries for OountvSurve
yoi-K was imk'huitelv iMKi.ed, ia accordance
with a recommendation of the Committee on
cet and Salarun. : "
The following bills weie assed by the House:
To aut horize city aud V illage Councils to leg
islate to provide against the 'evils resulting front
tbe sale of intoxicating liquors.
To authorize the lease, by guardian, of real
estate, beloueiujr to their wards, where such
real estate contain h deposits of mineral coal or
To provide lor keeping an otlicml record 'of
bonds ol Justices ot tbe feace, Uoimtaljles, and
To authorize township trustees to have charge
ol monuments and monumental grounds conse
crated to the memory of soldiers of the Union
The bill. to allow soldiers in the army the
term of two years, after their discharge, in which
to redeem lauds Sold for taxes, wax jwssed, but
was reconsidered, upon asuggeston that its pro
visions should be made mure liberal to the sol
dter.'ajid was recommitted to the Committee on
A bill was introduced to provide for the pub
lication of all legal advertisements in at least
two papers of tbe proper county, of opposite
The Senate having amanded the bill to in
crease tbe salaries of State officers so as to reduce
it from its fair proportions to a bill to increase
the salaries of Supreme aud Common Pleas
Judges, returned it to tbe House, where the Sen
ate amendment received 1 affirmative to 63 ne
gative votes. - Unless the ISeuate- recedes from
its amendment, it is prottable thatthu bill will
fail entirely as the Houne is not disposed to in
crease salaries of a portion of the State oflicers
and leave others equally de.xi ving to thechances
of a future bill. L.
Columbus, Feb. I, lt?ti5. The hall of Repre
sentatives was tilled to over flowing, last even
ing, on the occasion of the address to the mem
bers of the General Assemby by Mr. Davis, Chief
Clerk of the Senate, and but a few days since re
turned from an eight mouth's captivity anions
rebel barbarians. The meeting was presided
over by Governor Brougham! the audience was
composed "of State dignit.'ines, executive and
legislative, who listened with unabated interest,
for nearly two hours, to a recital not only of the
personal adventures of Air. Davtsaud hiscoire-
rts, Messrs. Richardson and Browne, but to
many statements of interest reeardiotr rebel bar
barities of a class with which the Northern
mind has been for months familiar, through
the statements of newspapers and committees of
investigation, but which are still heard of with
increased interest, wheD, as iu this case, detailed
by an intelligent eve witness. His accounts of
the shooting, starving, maiming, and wilful ex
posure of helpless prisoners of war bv the scoun
drels who have arrogated to themselves a title
to all the chivalry ou the American continent,
were calculated to stir the most sluggish blood
and prompts universal demand, not perhaps for
vengence but tor some action bv the National
authorities for the protection of those who in
tbe defense of our liberties and our National in
tegrity, have fallen victims to such infernal at-
trucities as are daily reported in Southern mil
Governor Brough was called ou tor a speech
and responded in some well-timed remarks.
lie did not commit himfcelt on tbe direct ques
tion oi retaliation, out gave publicity to the wet,
not heretofore generally understood, that a
principal obstacle in the way of general exchange
oi prisoners nas been tbe sctiou of the reliels
who, alter starving prisoners to death, insisted
on an exchange by lists of names, instead of by
men, thus claiming a release of seven thousand
able-bodied men from Johnson's Island for the
names of seven thousand murdered Union pris
oners, sleeping their last sleep beneath the sands
of Anderson ville. The feeling with which these
statements were received is well illustrated in
the remark of a member of the House, that "if
the devil don't get the whole Southern Confed
eracy, there is no use any longer of having
The news of the adoption, by Congress, of the
resolution to provide for an amendment to the
National Constitution prohibiting slavery, was
pleasant surprise to many of the members of
the General Assembly. " Congratulations on the
event were quite generally interchanged among
union niemoers, wnue ine aitenuon oi uemo
cratic members appeared to be more particular
ly directed to a liltle side issue between them
selves, as to the constitutional power of Con
gress to provide for and the State to ratify such
The House passed the following bills:" To
authorize railroad companies, constructing
branch roads, to charge thereon a passenger fare
not exceeding six cents per mile. .'
Making appropriations tor the payment ot the
interest and a portion of the principal of the
public debt of the State.
Extending to bridge companies the benehts
the law of April b. 185S,"ar the relief of turn-
ike aud plank-road companies.
1 o amend section t and repeal section b to 14
inclusive, of the act regulating enclosures.
This last is a very important bill, and received
the sanction of the House by a vote of yeas 56,
Pending the discussiou of its provisions, its
author, Mi. Delano stated tbe total cost of fences
this State at one hundred millions of dollars.
and the annual expense of keeping them iu re
pair at ten millions ot dollars. It proposes rad
ical changes in the law of enclosures and tres
passing animals. It makes all animals, running
large, that break into or enter auy enclosure
trespassing animals; and renders owners of such
animals liable for any damage done. It repeals
much of the present law as provides for call
ing in the trustees of township to view, examine
and decide upon the sufficiency of fences in
cases of such trespass. It renders the animals
trespassing liable for damage done by them, aud
excepts them from the benefit of laws exempt
ing property from execution. The bill goes to
the Senate for occurrence.
Mr. Warner introduced a bill to authorize
County Commissioners to pay jailors seventy
five cents per day for keeping and subsisting
incurably insane persons required by law to be
kept in jail. .
Jeff Davis sends Message to Rebel Congress
—He Gives Result of the Peace Conference.
York, February 8.-The Tribune has
the following special to-night from Washington:
A telegram has beeu received from the Poto
mac Army reporting a message from Davis to
the Confederate Congress communicating the
result of the recent peace conference in Hamp.
ton Roads. It says in substance that President
Lincoln refused an armistice of any length; re
fused reconition either of the Confederacy or the
States composing it; refused independence and
oply considered merciful and liberal by himself
pardoning power during the conference. He
communicated the passage by Congress cf the
amendmenlof the Constitution, abolishing slave
ry throughout the United States, and declared
that the question of slavery was wholly renin v.
from his control, and placed beyond negota
tion. ' " r - ,
It is thought here that this version of tbe con
ference will strengthen Mr. Lincoln, even more
than his own history of it, which is to be sent
into the House probably to-morrow.
LATER FROM THE PLAINS.
Colonel Foster arrived at St. Joseph. Missouri.
January 2(ith, direct from Virginia City, Mon
tano, having left there December 24th. He
by stage to Denver, with the mail wag
to Cottonwood Springs, escorted by a com
pany of soldiers, and to Omaha by coach. Mr.
states that after the fight at Julesburg, the
Indians retreated north, and that from Denver
Cottonwood Springs no hostile Indians were
seen. All the ranches and Htatre stations lie-
tweenthe two places were plundered and burnt,
the only sign of habitation is the Indian
trading post, which they spared, as the traders
Indian wives and children. From Denver
Jultburg nearly all the farms and Ktagc
stations have been deserted. Several large
trains were met bound to Denver. They had
plenty of fire-arms to protect them from savages.
THE INDIANA TRAITORS.
The Military Commission at Indianapolis re
turned a verdict of guilty against Horsey, Bow
les and Milligan, the conspirators engaged in
Dodd aud Sons of Liberty . treason. Tlier
sentence is death, and the United States Attor
ney General has approved of it. The matter is
in tiie nanus ol the l'rcsidenL
BRILLIANT LITTLE VICTORY.
Wheeling, Va., February 6. Governor Broe-
has received the following telegram, dated
Cumberland, the 6th:
A cavalry scout of General Sheridan encoun
tered the force Major Harry Gillmore yesterday,
Mooretield; whipped it handsomely, cap
turing upwards of twenty officers and men.
Among the officers captnred was the noted guer
rilla chief and robber, Harry Gillmore himself.
B. F. KELLEY, Brevet Major
GENS. GILLMORE AND POPE.
Major General Gillmore has been
the New Department of the South. wKiK in
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and a
if not the whole of North Carolina. He
supersedes General Foster; but General Sher
man of course, still remains in command of the
in in is neia, as Heretofore. General Gil
more and staff started from New York for Hil
ton Head on Thursday. '
Major.General Pope has been appointed to
command of the Military Division of the
Misaonri, comprising the DepartmenUof Arkan
sas, Missouri, Kansas and the North-West. He
in Chicago on Friday, on his way to St
Army of the Potomac in Motion.
Headquarters Array of t he Potomac, Februa
ry 5. The Arnly of Uie 1'otomac is once more
iu motion, and before this dispatch reaches you,
the object intended to be accomplished will have
been not only developed but the degree of suc
cess resulting with also no doubt to be known
by that time. "'
- At 3 o'clock this morning the 5th Corps, pre
ceded by Gregg's cavalry, started on the road
to Ream's Station. No force of the enemy was
met on the route, but the roads at various points
were picketed by cavalry, all of whom retreat
ed. the column advanced about noon to now
anitz's Creek, over which a bridge of consider
able length bad to be constructed, occupying
Atout 3 P. M. the Third Pennsylvania Cav
airy, under Maior Hess, were sent out to make
connections between them and the Second Corps
the second and third divisions of which had gone
out on the Vaughn Road as far as Hatcher s Kun
to demonstrate in that direction. On reaching
the Run. the first brigade of the third division
of the Second Corps charged and took the line
ot rifle-pits on the west side, losing Din a lew
men. They advanced about a mile aeros the
Run, driving the enemy s pickets betore mem.
Here a strong line of breastworks was erected
in a short time, making the jMisitiou perfectly
The Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, aftercross-
mg a short distance south ot the V angbn ituaa,
advanced southwards, and soon met a small force
in ambush, which poured a sharp volley into
our men, killed two, it is said, and wounding
several, besides a number of horses. ' A part
of the Third Division of the Second Corps here
came nn to the support of the 1 hird rennsylva
nia Cavalry, and drove the rebels off, aud soon
after a connection with the right of the Fifth
Corps was reported made. Up to this lime very
little fighting had taken place, the t itth . Uorps
being scarcely engaged at all.
THE ENEMY DISCOVERED.
The Second Division of the Secofid Corps un
der General Smith, liefore reaching Hatcher's
Run, turned to the right and advanced ig
northwestern direction towards -.Armstrong's
Mill s, but before going more than Ihree-quar
ters of a mile the enemy -was discovered in a
strong position, and in considerable force, four
Divisions of General Gordon's being reported in
the vicinity. Here some of our men erected
temporary breastwoi ks on paitol the line while
the balance had only time to throw up small
i rench nne-pits. skirmishing was going on
all this time between the enemy and our sharp
About. 4:.mi ociock tne rebel batteries oiteu-
ed tor tne purpose ot developing our position
and strength, but no reply was made.
A BRISK ENGAGEMENT—REBELS DRIVEN IN DISORDER.
The rebels at leangth appeared advancing our
lines wiui a strong SKirmisn line inrown out in
advance. Our men were ready for them and on
they charged in handsome style across an open
held. They received such a gallant fire as to
cause them to fall back in disorder, leaving many
dead and wounded on the field. After repeal
ing the attempt to dislodge our men and tail
ing each time, a relief force was sent around to
turn the right flank of the division. Colonel
Murphy of tbe 69th New York, commanding
tfie 2d brigade was posted, here with bis right
resting on a swamp was full prepared for such a
movement. There again the rebels suffered
severe loss as tbey attempted to break our lines.
CAUSALTIES OF THE BATTLES.
They were finally forced to give it up, and
soon after dark the firing ceased, the rebels fall
ing liack to their works. Our loss during the
day. was quite light, probably not over a hun
dred altogather. although the exact, amount is
The correspondent of the New York Herald
was captured,, and after being robbed succeeded
in escaping, and reached our liues in safety.
The enemy's loss must have been very heavy,
as they repeatedly charged our lines, each time
suffering severely. We took about twenty
prisoners, some of whom report having received
orders in the morning to keep a sharp lookout,
as they believed that our army was ou the move.
General Smith deserves much praise for the
manner in which he handled his division, being
himself present all over the field, watching
move of the
GREAT BATTLE EXPECTED.
We expect a great battle to-morrow with more
decisive results than were obtained to-day. The
weather to-night is clear and cold, aud is just
suitable for a movement in this country.
W. D. McGREGOR.
The Times City Point correspondent of the
6th says of the movement south of Petersburg:
"The result is, however, that our forces came
up with a large train of rebel commissary stores
ou the Boydtown Plank road, doubtless one
grand object of the raid,. which they completely
enveiopea ana iook possession or, capturing a
number of rebels and driving the others back:
also destroyed three large grist mills at Fishery
Kun, supposed to be the last upon which tho tn.
emy have to depend. Whether or not it is con
templated by the present movement to hnlrl m J
extend our lines beyond the Boydtown I'lank
road is not yet known, but the uninitiated have
every reasoii to think it very probable to end in
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House and Lot for Sale.
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corner of Front and Ewine Streets, hnvin.n .1,.
.conveniences of a comfortnlile H..n.u i5...; .
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Out-Lois tor Sale.
WILL SELL OCT ,LOT3 NUMBERS 10S, I IU,
111 and 112. in the Villain of Fremont .nt...?
ing IMlttVIEEN ACRES of Land, situated on the hjitt
side of the river, opposite the Warehouses. Ten aeres
line bottom, the balance well adapted to the culture of
Grapes. Price, 126 per acre. OSCAR BALL.
Fremont, Feb. C, I806. 6w4
rpHE Voters of the Incorporated Village of Fremont
are hereby notified and required to meet at the V vl
GIN E HOUSE in said village, on
Thursday, the 23d day of February, 1865,
nine o'clock A. M., and elect by ballot TWO Members
the Board of Education for said Village, to serve for
years thereafter. Said meeting will be kept open
from 9 A. M., until it P.M., to receive ballots.
By order of the Board,
JOHN FLALGHER, Pres't.
H. Evkrktt, 8ec"y.
Fremont, Feb. 10, 1865. 6w2
ORLIA" BELVEY, as Administrator of the Estate of
Ross Wilson, deceased, has tiled his accounts in the
ot the Probate Court for the final settlement of
estate, which will be heard on the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1865, atone o'clock P. M., of said day.
WM. 8. RC8SELL, Probate Judge.
February 10, 1866. 6w3 b
EY virtue of an Order of Sale, issued-by the Probate
Court of bandusky County, Ohio, the undersigned
offer for sale at public vendue at the door of the
Court House, in the village of Fremont on
Saturday, the 11th day of March, 1865,
one o'clock, P. M., the following lands and tenements,
The east half of the north-west quarter of section num
ber nineteen, township number fire, north of range num
ber fourteen, containing ninety acres more or less sav
ing and excepting therefrom fifteen acres off the north
east corner thereof. Appraised at $975.
Also, the undivided eleven-thijteenth of the east
of the south-east quarter of section number thir
teen, in township number five, north of range number
thirteen, containing eighty acres more or less; excepting
therefrom one sere, now used as a School House lot.
Appraised at 1 2,154 65.
TERMS OF SALE. One-third cash in hand- one
third in one year from day of sale, and one-third in two
years from day of sale, with interest. The deferred pay
ments to be secured by mortgage on the premises
H. M. OVERMIRE,
Administrators of Henry Lance, deceased
J. L. Grkkni Sox, Attorneys.
February 1 1865. 6w4 Pr. fee, 1(6,00
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Port OSes st Fremont, Ht of Ohio, n h 9tl
ty of February, 18S5
,AIitlir John P '
t Moor iieorgs
m on Heary
XagleSuMB J Him
IVtoy MrT M1m-'
I'S'ker Libbi MtM
j R gem J
i Roaml T .
i Row Ellen
! Keller II A
, Ramsey A
, Rice George
Sweet Mary K Mrs 2
Shiveley George A .
Shiiely 8nan Miss
Sianer M E
Snivel Elizabeth Mish
- Sherman John -
Stover A F "
Thorn C Miss
Yencer G W
Aadgley M Mi
Biddle Andrew.- i
Betts Walter R
Banner M J C liw
Bnehler Emma J Miea
Baoman Odelia lUrr,
Boyer Belle Miss
Boskirk & Bro H A -Curtis
Clapper Jacob 2
Dowles F W
Fall Abigail Miss
Fought Sarah Mies
Hocke J .
Hilt George B
J ohnson Henry
King Nellie M Miss -
Kudler Mary Mrs
Karbler T - " '
Kiudroq P .
rLuts AbbieJ Miss
Luta Mary .
Lorain C L
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will he sent to the Dead Letter Office.
H. R.SHOMO, Postmaster.
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We will sell good sheetings Cheap!
We will sell Men's Thick Boots at Cost!
We will sell Bovb Boots at Cost!
We w ill sell Ladies Rubbers at Cost !
We will sell Ladies Shoes at tho Lowest
We will sell Fur Caps at Cost !
We will sell Cloths and Cassiineres at New
We have a line stock of Farmers and Me
chanics Cassimere, which we are sel-
ing lor LESS than New York Prices;
We are selling yard wide Bleached Sheet
ings VERY CHEAP!
We are selling CARPETS less than New
York Prices !
Are Selling all
O F- OUR
AT THE LOWEST
Give us a Call.
Give us a Call.
B. D. AUSTIN.
FREMONT, Felt. 1st, 1865.
Farm tor Sale.
rrtfiE subscn her offers his Farm lying in Jackson town
I ship, Sandusky county, on Muscalunge Creek, three
miles west of Tindall's Saw Mill. FOR SALE. Said Farm
contains 275 acres; 140 under good cultivation, and
&oO acres well fenced. A good Brick Farm House, first
rate Barns, Out-houses, Sheds, &c. All kinds of Fruit
Trees, of best Grafted varieties. Plenty of Living Water
for Stock and three good Wells. Land all good and till
ble, no better in tbe connty. Will be sold iu whole, or
in three parts of 160, 80 and 33 acre tracts. For further
particulars inquiie of the subscriber on the premises.
Post Office address, Fremont, Ohio.
6mo2 " WM. J. HAVENS,
I WOULD SAY TO THE LOVERS OF A
GOOD TIME KEEPER,
Th.-itl have just received FOUR DOZENS
' AMERICAN WATCHES,
In two, three and 4 ounce Cases, and that I will sell them
Ct IEAPEK than any house weslot New York.
T remont, Feb. 3, 1865. ow4
I WILL SELL MY FARM,
TOOATED one and a half miles East of Fremont, con
1 tainwg 3!iO acres of Land, and about 150 acres
ot it FINE TIMBER. It is well suited both for Grain
and Stock. Has FIVE good WELLS and a NEVER
STKBAM OF WATER, TWO ORCHARDS
of limited Fruit and ONE Natural Fruit
I 8,'sn have a set of NEW DOUBLE HARNESS, heavy
finish, which 1 will seU CHEAP.
Fremont, Feb. 3, 1863. 5w4
D. 8. Canraeld & John Geeseman, vs. W. W. Brown.
BEFORE J. L. WILLI. Justice of the Peace of San
dui.ky township, Sandusky Connty. Ohio, on the
4th day of January 1865, said Justice issued an order of
Attachment in tbe above action for the sum of Five Dol
lars fifty-five cents. D. S. CAM FIELD.
Fremont, Jan. 30, 1865. 5w3
Abraham Hoot & S. P. Heng, vs. W. W. Brown.
EKOKE J. L. WILLI, Justice of the Peace of San-
dusl.y township, Sandusky county. Ohio, on the
6th day of January, 1865, said Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the aoove action, lor the sum nf Eight
Dollars ninety one Cents. 3. p. UENG.
Fremont, Jan. 30, 1866. 5w3
B. D. Austin vs. W. W. Brown.
BEFORE J. L. WILLI; Justice of the Peace of San
dusky township, Sandusky Connty, Ohio, on tbe
l'dth day of January, 1865, said Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the above action for the sum of Five Dol
l. w-s ninety cents. B. D. AUSTIN.
Fremont, 4 an. 30, 1866. 5w3
Town Property for Sale.
THE subscriber offers FOR SALE his Homestead
in Fremont, situated on In-lots Nos. 109 and 110.
I't' nt th. imrth.vMl Mniftr PuhHe Sm,iv. nniuuit.
.JMMta . ... 1 J "ft . - -V
tiie Episcopal Church.
The Residence situated on the east part of In-lot No. 135,
Fremont. For particular, and terms of sale, enquire
M. E. TYLER.
Fremont, Jan. 13, 1865.
Farm lor Sale.
FOR SALE a Splendid Farm, one mile south of
Fremont, of - '2. li-r1- JOO acres imnmved.
!i!L the balance timber. A good FRAME HOUSE.
with 10 rooms, besides Milk Room, Wood House and
Cellar. A Grain Barn, Stock Barn, Hay Barn, and Corn
House. TWO LIVING SPRINGS, and FIVE durable
WELLS, conveniently situated over the Farm. An Or
chard of over 200 bearing Apple Traes. also Pear, Peach,
Cherry and Plnm Trees, and Grape Vines.
40 Acre Timber Land a short distance from tiie
farm, of the best quality, will be sold with it, or in parts
suit purchasers. The Farm is well calculated to divide
into small tracts for Suburban Residences. For par.
tieulara enquire at the farm of J. B. 8TAHL.
Fremont, Oct. 27, 1864. 3tf . :
rpHK subscriber will otter for sale at his residence on
the Turnpike, four miles west of Fremont, on
Friday, February 10th, 1865,
commencing at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, the following
Sroperty to wit: One span of work mares; 4 head young
iorset; 11 head Cattle; 28 head Sheep, several Lambs;
15 head Hogs; a Buggy; two Wagons; Harness; Farm
ing Utensil of all kinds; Honsehold Furniture of every
description; .lot of Hay and Fodder; Grain, Potatoes.
TERMS. All sums of $3 and under Cash; all over $3,
a credit of six months. Good security required.
West Fremont, Jan. 30, 1865. 5w3
M. D. THIERWEOHTER, .
WILL attend for the Auctioneering of all Sales, far or
near, to which he may be called.
Speaks both German and English language.
Persons intending to have a Sale will consult him be
fore advertising, that they may not fix upon a day that I
have another sale. Terms Liberal.
Post Office Address, Fremont, Ohio. 46
I will Auctioneer
,. ...... . , 1MI (E NIX .
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THK PHUi
NIX INSURANCE COMPANY, on the thirty-first
day of December, 1864, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pur
suant to the statute of that State.
NAME . AND LOCATION.
The nameof the Company is THE PHOiNLX INSUR
Anuc uiMit-AM I, and is located at Hartford, Conn
J he amount of its Capital Stock is ;..6O0,O0O 00
The amount of its Capital Stock paid up, is.. 600,060 00
( Cash of the Company on hand and In the
1 hands of lta Agents andother persons. .$ 96,393 00
1 specie on nana ana in tne hands ol Agents 44,8,7 5.
- Accumoiaiea interest on loans 4,15a 4
3 Tbe bonds and stocks owned by the Company
(as per accompanying vouchers) 677,260 00
4 Debts due the Company, secured by mort
gage, (as per aocompanying voue hers) ... 54,250 00
( Debts otherwise secured, loaned on Bank
6 and U.S. Stocks 29,900 00
C Amount loaned on personal security 16,090 00
Total assets of the Company . $925,902 97
The amount of liabilities, due or not due, to
Banks and other creditors .... . None.
Liosses aqjusiea ana Que . .... . None.
Losses unadjusted.......................... $ 9,583 00
Lussea adjusted and not due 6,334 80
Losses ia suspense, waiting for further proof. 2,200 00
ah outer claims against the company, small,
for printing, &c... . 1,000 00
Total liabilities, f 19,117 30
Hartford, Jan. 2, 1865.
oiAii, ur uujiNKUTiuur, i
COUMTT OF HAKTKORD.
Personally appeared, H. Kellogg. President, and Wm,
B Clark, Secretary of the Phoenix Insurance Company,
and severally made oath that the above statement by
toem sumcrioea, is true according to their best Knowl
edge and oeliel. JBetoreme,
GEORGE H. BURDiCK,
SfcAL. STAr. Notary Public
Ofkick ok thk Auditor ok Statu, I
Coi.tHBU8,Olio, Jan. 6, 1865. I
It is hereby certified that the forogoiug is a correct
copy of the Statement of tbe condition of the Phoenix
Insurance Company of Hartford, made to and filed in th
othce, lor the year l6o.
Witness my hand and seal officially,
JAMES H. GODMAN,
Seal. Stamp. Auditor of State
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1865.)
Acditok ok Satk's Ofkick, 1
Coliubcs, Ohio, Jan. 9. 1866.
WHKREAS, The Phoenix Insurance Company, loca
ted at Hartford, in the State of Connecticut, has tiled in
this oflice a sworn statement of its condition, as requir
ed by the first section of the Act "to regulate Insurance
Companies not incorporated by the state of Ohio." nass'
ed April 8, 1856, aud amended February 9, 1864; and,
Whereas, said Company has furnished the undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of at least One
Hundred inousanauoiiars ol actual capital, invested in
Stocks or Bonds, or in Mortgages of Real estate, worth
dounie tne amount ior which the same is mortgaged
ana, w nereas, said company has tiled in this othce
written instrument under its corparate seal, signed by
the President and Secretary thereof authorizing any
agent or agents of said Company in this State, to ac
knowledge service of process, for and in behalf of said
Company, according to the terms of said law.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the first section of the
said act, 1, James 11. bodman. Auditor of state for Ohio,
do hereby certify that said Phoenix Insurance Company,
of Hartford, Connecticut, is authorized to transact the
business ot fire Insurance in this State, until the thirty-
first day of January, in the year One Thotusand eight
hundred and sixty-six.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my
name, and caused the seal of my office to be arhxed, the
amy ana year aoove written.
JAMES H. GODMAN,
Seal. Stamp. Auditor of State.
y Agencies at all the cities, towns and principal
places in tne uuuea states.
Branch Office, ..Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. M. MAGILL, General Agent.
Agent at EhLLKWE, Ohio. 5w3
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Hartford Fire Insurance Company
. On the 3lal day of December, 1864,
If ADE to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the statute
JJJL, oi mat state.
NAME AND LOCATION.
Tbe name of the Company is the Hartford Fike Is-
sit ranch Cohpakt, and it located at Harttord Conn.
Tbe amount of iu Capital Stock is $1,000,000 00
The amount of its Capital Stock paid up, is 1,000,000 00
Cash of the Company on hand, aud in the
hands of agents and other persons $113,474 89
Bills receivaole lor loans secured oy personal
and collateral security 10,882 19
Real Estate, unincumbered 18,000 00
The Bonds and Stocks owned by the Compa
ny, '(as per schedule hied) 1,419,637 00
Interest accrued, mostly payable Jan. 7, 1865, 13,481 00
Rents accrued, mostly payable Jan. 1, 1865.. . 392 60
Total assets of the Company, $1,676,870 68
Losses unadjusted, or adjusted and not due, $53,925 77
All otner Claims against tne company, I un
paid dividends,).... 9,414 00
Total Liabilities,. $63,330 77
The greatest amount insured in any one risk,
except in special cases, is $20,000 00
xne-greatest amount aiioweu oy tne rules to
be insured in any one city, town or vil
lage, and the greatest amount allowed to
be insured in any one block, depends up
on its size and how built.
The stnountof its capital or earnings depos
ited in any other State, as security for
losses therein Deposits made with the
States of Ohio, Iowa and California.
Premiums received in Ohio for 1864,
$65,886 236 per cent, deposited.
The Charter or Act of Incorporation of said
Company as before filed.
(Signed) T1M0. C. ALLYN, President.
GEO. M. COIT, secretary.
Ja.ifart 5, 1865,
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, ) a .
CocaiT or Hartkorii.
Personally appeared T. C. Allyn, President, and Geo,
M-Coit, Secretary, of the Hartford Fire Insurance Com
pany, and made oath that the foregoing statement by
them subscribed, is a full and correct statement of the
affairs ot said Company, and exhibits, so far as can be as
certained at this date, its actual condition on the thirty
Before me, D. W. V. SKILTON,
Seal. Notary Public
I U. s. iteveoue oiamp. j
OFFICK OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
Columbus, Ohio, January 18, 1865. C
It is hereby certified, mat the foregoing is a rorrn-t
copy of the statement of condition of the Hartford Fire
Insurance company of Hartford, made to and filed in this
Offlce for the year tsoo. J AS. H. GODMAN,
U. S. Revenue stamp. J Auditor of State.
Certificate of Authority.
(To expire on the Jlst day of January, 1866.)
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, f
. Colcmbcb, Ohio, January 20th, 1866.
WHEREAS, The Hartford Firelusuraiice
llomvaur, localed at Hartford, in thstt
of Connecticut, has tiled in this Office a sworn statement
of its condition, as required by the first section of the
act "To regulate Insurance Companies not incorporated
by the State ol unio, - passea April o, isoo, and amended
Febrnarv91864: and, WHEREAS, said Com ran r ha. c,r-
nished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it is
possessed of at iest one nunarea tnousand dollars of ac-
of real estate, worth double amount for which the same
is mortgaged; and, WHEREAS, said Company has filed
in this office a written instrument under its corporate
seal, signed by the President and Secretary thereof, au-
State, to acknowledge service of process, for and in be
half of said Company, according to the terras ot said law.
NOW. THEREFORE, in pursuance of the first section
of the aforesaid act, I, Jahks H. Uodman, Auditor of
State for Ohie, do hereDyeertiiy that said Harttord Fire
Insurance Company is authorized to transact the busi
ness of FIRE Insurance in this State, until the thirty
first day of January, in tbe year one thousand eioht
hundred and sixty-six.
IN WITNESS WHEKEOr, 1 have hereunto subscribed
. m.n.lMttlH MIIW!thAMtlAfinvnM..4. 1.
, . . ... . "" " - ..... uui, ... W
J sxal. affixed, the day and vear above written.
I vv' 4 . JAMES H. GODMAN,
Auditor ot state.
I HEREBY CERTIFY, That the above is a true codv
of Certificate of Authority made and' delivered to the
Hartford Fire insurance Company, by James H. Godman,
Auditor, with the seal of his office thereto attached.
IN TESTIMOiNX lHUSKtui, I nave hereunto sub-
. scribed my name and s mixed tbe seal of said
J Company, this 20th day of January, 1865.
' GEO. M. COIT, Secretary.
U.S. Revenue Stamp. 4w3
IS THE AGENT FOR FREMONT AND VICINITY.
Cliauucey Norris' Estate.
TWTOT1CE. The undersigned having been appointed and
jj duly qualified as Executors of tbe last will and tes
tament of Cbauncey Norris deceased, late of York town
ship, Sandusky county; Ohio, respectfully request all
persons indebted to said estate to make immediate pay
ment, and all those having claims against the same, will
preseut them duly authenticated for allowance.
HENRY MOOK, Executors.
Bv C. W. Pagk, their Attorneys.
York Township, Jan. 27, 1865. 4w3
Chaplin Hathbiin's Estate.
THE undersigned has been appointed and duly qualifi
ed Executrix of the last will and testament of Chap
Rathbun, late of Sandusky county, Ohio, deceased.
January 28, 1884. fiwX
The above is a correct likeness of Dr. Scbenck, just af
ter recovering from Consumption, many years ago. Be
low is a likeness of him as he now appears.
When the first was taken he weighed 107 pounds; at
the present time his weight is 220 pounds.
Principal othce and Labratory is at the N. E. corner of
SIXTH and COMMERCE Streets, Philadelphia, where all
letters for advice or business should be directed,
He wiU be found there every SATURDAY, -pro fessinn-
In New York, at No. 32 BOND Street, everj TUES
DAY, from 0 A. M, to 3 P. M.
At the MARLBORO HOTEL, Boston, January 18, and
19, February 15 and 16, March 15 and Id, April 19 aud
20, May 17 and 18, June 14 and 15, July 19 and 20.
The time for my being in BALTIMORE and PITTS
BURG will be seen in the daily papers of that city.
Thk History ok Da. Schkxck's own Cask,
AND HOW HK WAS CURED Of CONSUMPTION.
Many years ago. whilst residing in Philidel-
phia, 1 had progressed gradually iuto the last
stage of Pulmonary Consumption. All hopes
of my recovery being dissipated, I was advised
by my physician, Dr. Parrish, to remove into
the country. Moorestown, New Jersey, being
my native piace, a was removea meitner. My
father and all his family had lived and died
there and died of Pulmonary Consumption.
On my arrival I was put to bed, where I lay
for many weeks in what was deemed a hopeless
condition, llr. 1 Horn ton, who had been my
father's family physician, aud had attended him
in his last illness, was called
i, was cauea to see me. ne
thought my case entirely beyond the reach of
meaicine, anu uaiueu uiai, must uie, ana
gave me one weeK to arrange my temporal
a Hairs, in this appearanuy hopeless condition,
I heard of the remedies which 1 now make and
sell. It seemed to me that I could feel them
working their way, and penetrating every nerve,
fibre, ana tissue ot my system.
My lungs and liver put on a new action, and
the morbid matter which for years had accum
ulated and irritated the different organs of the
body, was eliminated, the tubercles of my lungs
ripened, and I expectorated from my lungs as
much as a pint ot yellow offensive matter every
morning. As this expectoration of matter sub
sided, the fever abated, the pain left me, the
cough ceased to harrass me, and the exhausting
night-sweets were no longer known, and I had
refreshing sleep, to which I had long been a
stranger. My appetite now began to return,
and at times I found it difficult to restrain my
self from eating too much; with this return of
health, 1 gained in strength, and now am fleshy.
I am now a healthy man, with a large healed
cicatrix in the middle lobe of the right lung and
the lower lobe hepatized with complete adhe
sion of the pleura. The left lung is sound, and
the upper lobe of the right one is in a tolerably
Consumption at that time was thought to be
an incurable disease, by every one, physicians
as well as those who were unlearned ia metli
cine especially such cases as were reduced to
the condition 1 was in. 1 his induced many
people to believe my recovery only temporary.
I now prepared and gave the medicine to con
sumptives for some time, and made many won
derful cures; and the demands increased so rap
idly that J determined to offer them to the pub
lic, and devote my undivided attention to lung
diseases. In truth I was next to forced to it,
for people wound send for me far and near, to
ascertain whether their cases were like mine,
ior many years, in conjunction with my
principal office in Philadelphia, I have been
making regular professional visits to New York,
iioston, .Baltimore, and ritUDure.
For several years past I have made as uianv
as five hundred examinations weekly with the
"Kesptrometer. for such examination my
charge is three dollars, and it enables me to give
each patient the true condition of his disease.
and tell him frankly whether he will get well.
the great reason why physicians do not cure
Consumption is, that they try to do too much;
they give medicines to stop the cough, to stop
the night-sweats, hectic fever, and by so doing
they derange the whole digestive system, lock
ing up the secretions, and eventually the patient
The Pulmonic Syrup is one of the most val-
IT - 1 . . -
uaoie meaicmes xnowu. ins nuirienu power
fully tonic, and healing in itself. It contains
no opium, yet loosens the phlegm in the branch
ial tubes, and nature throws it off with little ex
ertion. One bottle frequently cures an ordiu
ary cold; but it will be well first to take a dose
of Schenck's Mandrake's Pills to cleanse the
stomach. The Pulmonic Syrup is readily d
gested and absorbed into blood, to which it im
parts its healing properties, it is one of the
best preparations of iron in use; it is a powerful
tonic ot itseii; and when the aeaweed Tonic
dissolves the mucus in the stomach, and is car
ried off by the aid of the Mandrake Pills, a
healthy flow of gastric juice, good appetite and
good digestion ioiiow.
lhe seaweed tonic is a stimulant, and none
other is required when it is used. It is pure
and pleasant; no bed effects like when using
.Bourbon whisky, wmcn disorders the stomach,
turners the liver, locks up ail the secretions,
turns the blood into water, dropsy sets in, and
the patient dies suddenly.
Bourbon whiskey is recommended . now-a-
days by almost every physician. Many patients
that visit my rooms, both mole and female, ace
stupefied with this poison, lhe relief is tem
porary. XI they cough they take a little whis
ky; if they feel weak and feeble they take a
little whisky; if they cannot sleep they take a
little whisky; and they go on in this way. re
quiring more and more until they are bloated
up, and imagine they are getting fleshy. The
stomach, liver, and digestive powers are com
pletely destroyed, and lose their appetite lor
food. . Uo one was ever cured of consumption
this process, where cavities have been form
in the lungs. A little stimulant is frequent-
benencial to consumptives, such as pure
brandy or good wines; in many cases London
porter or brown stout in moderate quatitiea: but
, i - i i . i . .
iiouroon wnisitejr iiaoieuu ou inswtaq oi curing
The Seaweed ionic produces lasting results,
thoroughly invigorating the stomach and di
gestive system, and enabling it to eliminate and
make into health V blood the food which may he I
frlV,!il nnu Ti la an Jf,,l in
effects that a wineglass full will digest a
hearty meal, and a little of it taken Before
breaklast will give a tone to tbe stomach which
medicines possess the power of doing.
The MANDRAKE PILLS may be taken
with entire safety by all ages and conditions,
producing all the good results that can be ob
tained from calomel, or any of the mercurial
medicines, and without any of their hurtful or
injurious results. They carry out of the sys
tem the feculent and worn-out matters loosened
dissolved by my Seaweed Tonic aud Pul
monic Syrup. It will be seen that all
y medicines are needed in most cases
three of !
to cure !
BOSTON (ieorge C. Goodwin ifc Co. .
NEW YOKK Demas Uarnes (Jo.
BALTIMORE S. S. Hance.
PITTSBURG Dr. George H. Keyser.
CINCINNATI F. E. Suire & Co., and John
CHICAGO Lord fc Smith, and H. Scovi,
LOUIS Collins Brothers.
SAN FRANCISCO Hostetter, Sraith.A Dean.
Also, sold by all druggists and Dealers.
C. Jbi. jVloCJ DLLOCH-,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Bpoks, Stationery, Wall Paper, Curtains, &c, -
DESIRES to call the attention of the citizeus of Sandusky and adjoining Counties,
to his Large and Complete Stock of Goods, aud his arnuigenjenta for sup
plying the want of all the people, for the year 1865, in any of those articles found in a
well ordered Drug and Book Store. Do you want any PATENT MEDICINES,
LINIMENTS, BALSAMS, Plasters, Extracts, Pills, Pain Killers, Eye Waters, JccM
CaU at McCULLOCCIfS. . . .
YOY WANT ANY KIND OF MEDICINES, ROOTS, POW
DERS, Gums, Tinctures, Essences, Oils, Chemicals, fec,
Go to McCUIaLaOCH'S. -
Do If on Want any Kind of
PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, Iiair Pomades, Hair and Whiskers' Dye, Cologne,
- Toilet Water, Bay Water, Tooth Powders, Handkerchief Extracts, Lip Salve,
bhaving Cream, Shaving Soaps, or .other Soaps, you will certainly find all of the best
By caning at McCULLOCH'S.
DO . YOU WANT A FIRST RATE CIGAR i
McCULLOCH'S ia the place to find H.
0 you want a tip top PORTMONIE or POCKET BOOK, warranted tn hold IW
ey if you don't take it out Go to
0 YOU WANT A BOOK OF A1N KLND, Historical. BioanhW
Theological, MedicaL Serious or Funny ; or School Books of any kind : Do vou
want a very nice, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, vou will alwavs find just the one
to suit STEEL PENS, SLATES, INKS, dec., cords of them always
Can be found and for every price, at McCULLOCHS.
ARE vou about to Paint your House? Be sure to call ou M'CU-LLOCH
before you buy your PAINTS, OILS. GLASS, PUTTY. &.C..
and you will surely buy of him. And don't forget to look at those Beautifid, New,
WAJLL PAPERS, which would make your house look like a Palace, for very
small sum of money with the BORDERS and CURTAINS to match.
DO you want a COAL OIL LAMP ? (and who would burn candles these days?)
You will always find a Large Assortment, all' Styles and Prices. COAX. OIL
always on hand at McCULLOCHS. ,
t 1 -WsTT w h
As near pure as it is possible to obtain them, always on hand for MEDICAL 'and
MEDICINAL purposes only, can be found at McCULLOCH'S.
TO THE MANY ARTICLES ENUMERATED
You will always find an endless variety of
FOOLSCAP, LETTER, COMMERCIAL NOTE & BILLET PAPER
vv nn every description ol riam and f aucy x.j V SLOPES to match.
Fancy Goods, Reticules, Ladies' Bags, Portfolios, Hair, Cloth, Tooth,
Nail, Paint, and Shoe Brushes, Feather Dusters, Arc, &c Ac
ONES WORD 1SL O
It is conceded by all, tnat
McCulloch's Family Medicines!
Are unejuallel for curing all diseases for which they are recommended.
THE BALSAM OF HOARHOUND ibr Coughs and Colds.
TIIE BONE AND NERVE LINAMENT, for Pains and Strains,"
DIARRHEA MEDICINES, for Diarrhea and. Summer Bowel CemplainU
McCULLOCH'S PILLS, the best in use.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS.
l rpi n j! n w ., , .... . . .
Aiie XUtJUlClIies are ail V AKKAfiTED, try ttiem and VOU Will be Satisfied.
No. 3, Buckland Block.
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY.
QTATEMENT of the cotxli'tion of the -ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, on the
BrtcrDSJ l0N-Tb9 Mm; U" """P"! J" Ir-c, l ompm.j, and is located at
. flAPITAl Th- lliitiniilnf itm 1. t I. ,,
paidup -".f-oiw. xwu iiuiw iwo cusoBxo asu nrti fuucu.o Douua,aad ia
Kal Estate, unincumbered
Cash ou hand and in Bank.
Cash in hands of Agents and in Transit,
Mortgage Bonds, (Kaiload,)
Wajne Count;, Michigan, Bonds
Rochester City Bonds,
BrooUvn City Water Bonds
Jersey City Water Bonds,
Hartford Citj Bonds,
tlai Uord City scrip.
Hartford Town Bonds,
New York City stock.
United States Stock of 1871 to 18H
Do. do 1881,
Do. do 182, (S-tt)s 6
Do. (JertiUcatea of Indebtedness, 0 per cent interest
Do. Compound interest o per cent Ltml T.nrf.r Moii!
Connecticut state Script, 6 per cent
8 per cent semi-annual interest,..
i M M
Connecticut state Stock, 6
Rhode Island " 6
New Jersey . s
New York s
Indiana " 2".
Atlantic Dock Bonds. 7
Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. Scrip of 1843 and 1804,
Conn. Hirer Railroad Co
Boston and Worcester Railroad Co.
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Co.
i'ittsburg. Ft. Wayne and Chicago R. R.
Philadelphia and Reading do
Connecticut Kiyer Company
First National "
Bank of the State of Missouri
Farmers and Mechanics
Farmers and Mechanics
State " m
Connecticut River Banking Co. "
National Exchange .
Charter Oak National "
Bank of Hartford County
Bank of America
Butchers and Drovers
Bank of Commerce
hank of the Commonwealth
Importers and Traders
Bimk of the Manhattan Co.
Bank of New York
" North America
Bank of tbe Republic
N. York Life Insurance and Trust Co.
United States Trust Company
Union Trust Company, (60 pr et pd in)
Providence, R. L
Stafford Springs, Ct.
St. Louis, Mo.
New York City
- ' 2700 .,
60,000 ; -101,900
. 1,00 .
16,000 , .
11,000 . ;
. 22,000 i
Total Assets of the company,..
Tbe amount of Liabilities, due or not due to Banks and other creditors................ -.None.
Losses adjusted and due, ....... ......... .... ..... .."INone
losses adjusted and not due ... ...... . ...... . .......... 8300 0O
Losses unadjusted, in suspense waiting for further proof ......... ..... ....V. llo!677 21
All other claims against the Company are small, for printing, fcc, estimated ......... 200 00
... $123,077 20
The greatest amount injured in any one risk is Thirty Thousand Dollars.
The greatest amount allowed by the rales to be insured in any one City, Town, Tillage or Block Varies
Deposited with California $76,000; with Iowa $9,000; and Ohio $.'S4,000.
A copy ot the Charter, or Act of Incorporation of said Company is herewith.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, County of Hartford, ss.
Thomas A. Alexander, President, and Lucius J.
Hendee. Secretary of tbe .ttna Insurants ..
orally swonvdepose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct statement of t . . . ""PJ. be"
Pny; that the said Insurance Company is the bona fide owner of at least One Hundr:, TiTr? 'he said
p.-hf.-it,! inted in Stocks and Bonds: that the above described mmtnun- ""0 Dollars of actual
oaand rnii. .......
for the benefit of any individual exercising authority in the management of dComnanCFk tae"' made
ire the above deiK ""or r resident. See-
oi said Insurance Company
rotary, Treasurer, Director or otherwise, and that they are the above described oflicersar a i ? "es'nt, See
THOMAS A. ALMDrTME!'
I.kcus J. Hbxdxk, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn betore me, this 2d day of January, 1866,
' " . HENKYr0WLSB,JMMofth.P..e..
It is hereby certified, that th. foregoin, is a coopy
Company, of Hartford, Connecticut, made to and tiled in this office, for the year 185 Insurance
BKAL.J (Stamp.) Witness my hand and eal officially, JAMES H. GODMAN, Auditor of State.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY
(To expire on the 31st day of January. 1888 t
nitn. nf,h lew.... ," " . . '
TITHkr.KAS. tln ftntl
i V office a sworn statement of it. condition, a. reonid h. ,iTt tr-"e'l ni? lb
Companies not incorporated by the State of Ohio," passed April 8th, 1836; and amended FebraathVll
nm...wn,ow.u uvu.uwj. umm lUIUUWni . ITT UBUSIIIVDrU KEIRIIUTKOrV . . 1 . 10 ml r-J. 1 1. . ....
T1T1",n?fd D?"Yof aotnal Capital invested in Stocks or Bonds, Zi?MZ7n?&'
the amonntfor which the same is mortgaged; land, whereas, said Company b6MtoaQt5.
meut under .U wrporate sew, signed by the President and Secretary threof, authorizing anylgen ?o, 2lt
said Company m this State to acknowledge serv.ce of process, for and in behalf ol said Companyrtini?to the
terms of said law. . R
Now, therefore, in pursuance of tha first section of the aforesaid .t I it tt ..;
Ohio, do hereby certify that said .Ktna Insurance Company, of Harttonl, is authorized to transact the business of
Kire and Inland Insurance in this State until the 31st day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the seal ofmy office to be affixed tbe dav and
"yearabove written. JAMES H. GODMAN
8L .l?Um.,!:..J . , - , . - , Auditor of State.
J.W. GOODSON, Bellevue.