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A W)RD INSEASON !
It is important to all that
1 ii n IS
HAVE THE IB, DRUG STORE FILLER FROM CELLER TO GARRET
WITH CHOICE ' ' :' iK ' ' " ' i
JMWGS, ME EMCE ES.
- AND EVERYTHING IN THEIIt USK OK TRADK.
An Estra Fine! Extra Large!
And most Comprehensive Stock of-; -
TO TSr: $c.,
. If Solomon w.re fcere we think he would no longer say, there was nothing New
under the sun.
:oom!b:-'Ant see i
We cordiaUy invite everybody lo come and see the finest and best selected stock of
PORTFOLIOS, 50 cents to $18.' MEMORANDA B00K8, 10 cents to 5. PER
PETUAL DIARIES, a very fine assortment. . . CIGAR HOLDERS from $1 to $12.
riGARCASES, various prices.' PORTMONIES and POCKET B00KS-plen-Sd
stvles T LADIES' WORK BOXES, l to $12. LADIES' TRAVELING BAGS.
LADto TRAVELING COMPANIONS. LADIES' BASKETS. LADIES' ROSE
WOOD WRITING DESKS. - CARD CASES."
It is admitted these are superior in quality
than anv in this market
Entirely new and very beautiful styles. .
Toys and Notions !
DRUMS, WAGONS, 'WHEELBARROWS, CARTS, SLEIGHS,
STEAMBOATS, LOCOMOTIVES, . MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
LOOKING GLASSES, MECHANICAL BOXES, CRADLES,.
DOLLS, Large and Small, LIONS, ' ELEPHANTS, TI
GERS, HORSES, MONKEYS," DANCING FIG
URES, &a, FANCY BOXES, MASKS, TIOLET
' DISHES, DISHES IN SETS, CHINA CUPS,
CHINA DOLLS, CUPBOARDS, BUREAUS,
COMBS, SHAWL PINS and BEADS, in great variety.
And about a hundred thousand things more or less, that we would like to tt.ll our
friends about if we bad time and space.
Our motto, as heretofore, is to sell
Alwavs to b the la6t to advance and the first to reduce the price.
. With thanks for a mort liberal patronage, we remain,
Very Respectful! ,
E. DILLON k SON.
P. S. The Ladies will be pleased to learn that we have taken hivecial care in the
selection of Holiday Goods, appropriate for presents for Gentlemen, choice and beau
tifuL A LARGE
Frjsmo.nt, N V 24 l865-
and beauty, and LOWER IN PRICE
the best goods for the least money.
Just received bv.
DR. E. DILLON & SON.
Local and Miscellaneous Matters.
Lit of Lo'tprs.
Xw Store, Crittenden. Cleveland.
Hnsinewi Tustitute, Oberlin, Ohio.
American Watche, Ac, Zimuierman.
Grocery fe Provisions, Anderson A Tallmnn.
Farm for Sale, T. I. Carleton.
Farm for Sale, Win, J. Shearard.
Holiday Goods, McCullocli. '. . '
Public Sale. . ..
. House and Lot for Sale. t .
Xotice, Banks. .
liold fc Silver, Hamilton rV Co., X. V,
NO RUSI.WKd will be trmee'il t nr Otfioes on
Thursday, Iec. ?, TusnksirlTihir any. :
A. H. MILLER, Ossliier.
First National Bank of Fremont.
F. 8. WHITE, Cashier,
Bank of Fremont.
Fremont, Dec. 1, M6fc Wwl.
We have for sale a Scholarship in the Com
mercial Business College of Cjilkiii, Griifin fc
Co.,Oberlin, Ohio. Call at this oilice.
hir County Treasurer has offered the above
reward for the apprehension of the gentlemen
who paid his office so unceremonious a visit on
We call attention to McCullocU's Holiday
Advertisement in this paper. His stock of
Holiday Goods is decidedly attractive. Call
and see them.
We call attention to the advertisement on the
first page, of N". E. Crittkndkn's extensive
Jewelry Store, Cleveland. A fuller notice is
omitted this week for want of space.
See Zimmerman's nem advertisement in this
week's Journal. He is always up to time. No
handsomer or more appropriate Holiday Pres
ents can be found in the city than in Mr. Zim
merman's stock of Jewelry, Gold and Silver
Thk Typographic Messenger. We are in
receipt of the first numbej of a bi-monthly
magazine, bearing the above title, from the pub
lishing house of James Conner's fr Sons, JJ". Y.
It is publication devoted to the "art preserva
tive of arta."
On Wednesday morning of last week, several
cars of a freight train going west, were thrown
off the track a short distance out of town. One
or two cars were badly smashed, but nobody
was injured. The accident was caused by one
of the brakes becoming loose and dropping
down upon the track.
Holidat Presents. We are pleased to call
attention to the advertisement of the Great Gift
Distribution by Hamilton & Co., 34 and 36,
Liberty Street, Hew York. Those gentlemen
stand No. 1, for their respectability and deal
ings, and will, no doubt, give satisfaction to all
contributors. Great inducements are offered to
agents. Read the advertisement
The Grand Fireman's Ball comes off at Union
HalL next Wednesday evening. Committee of
Arrangements S. Buckland, H. W. Bristol, M.
E. Tyler, H. W. Buckland, Capt Young, H. R.
Shomo, Geo. Claghorn. Floor. Managers
S. M. Garvin, Col. If at Haynes, F. 8. Tyler.
Tickets to the hall, one dollar.
To the question so often asked, "Who is the
most reliable Dentist in Fremont." we take
pleasure in replying, that Drs. Clark fc Bkil
Bakz are among the most skillful artists in their
profession, and have thus far had a large pat
ronage, both from Sandusky and adjoining
counties. If you have any dental work to be
done, give these gentlemen a call.
New Grocekt.- Messrs, A. M. Anderson &
W. H. Tallman, have opened a new Family
Grocery Store in St Clair's Block, opposite the
Post Office. Their store presents a very neat
and attractive appearance, and their stock is
quite complete. They are evidently good busi
ness men, and already seem to have secured a
handsome trade. See their advertisement in
Next thursday is the day set apart by the
President and the Governors of the several
States, as a day of State and National Thanks
giving for victory over Rebellion, and the other
manifold blessings of which we as a people are
tbe recipients. It ought to be kept in every
loyal home and heart. We learn there is a
movement on foot to secure the complete sus
pgTSion of business in our city on that day.
Last week we stopped for a day or two at the
We ddell House, Cleveland, and take 'pleasure
in saying what indeed is well understood by
the traveling public, that it is the best hotel in
Ohio, and among the very best in the country.
Everything is sumptuous, rich and elegant
Its cuisine is complete, its rooms pleasant its
atteudants ready and polite, and, for a first class
house, its bills decidedly reasonable.
Calkinw, Grifin fc Co's Union Business Col
lege, at Oberlin, Ohio, is meelit g with surpris
ing success, beyond the expectations of its many
sanpuine friends. In no other Institution ofthe
kind do students receive as much personal at
tention, and make, in consequence, such thor
ough students, as at that point, if we may judge
by the testimony of students.
One-half the usual expense of taking a Com
mercial Course is saved by those who attend at
Oberlin, while a thorough preparation for busi
oess is guaranteed.
Mr. Wm. A. Bick has been for some time at
the East, making up his stock of Winter Goods.
His return is expected in a day or two, with the
first installments of his late heavv purchases.
The whole will be here iu good time for the
Holidays; for it is quite fashionable now-a-days
to make Christmas Gifts of the substantials and
necessaries, rather than pf fancy art c'.es, which
are of little or no practical utility.
We understand that Mr. Rice will hereafter
keep a purchasing clerk at New York the year
'round, his business having so enlarged as to
make this step absolutely necessary. A new
advertisement will appear next wee!.
t'earsuu's Combination Exhibition will be
given at Birchard Hall, Friday and Saturday
evenincs. 1st and 2d December. It embraces a
panorama of the campaigns of Grant and Sher
man; another of the overland trip to California.
Among the incideuts are, Sherman's March
through Georgia, fight between the Keersage
and Alabama, Ac, Ac. Be, ides the panoramas
and lectures, Baldwin, the Chinese juggler, will
give tome wonderful feats of Oriental Sergerde'
main. Of other features of the Exhibition, we
have not room to speak A matinee will be giv
en to-morrow afternoon for children.
To the citizens of Fremont and the people
generally, we are pleased to say that the variety,
quality and quantity of Holiday Good.saud No'
tions at the Drug Store of Dr. E. Dillon k Son,
surpasses everything we have seen.
We think a more chaste, elegant and admira
ble selettiou, suitable for presents for Ladies and
Gentlemen for old f jlks and young folks, can
not be found in any city ofthe State.
In energy, enterprise and ability, many ofthe
business men of Freinout cannot readily be ex
celled; but we esptuislly hail with pleasure and
approbation, as highly creditable and profitable
: to onr town and county, the mcdel Drug Store
DR. E. DILLON & SON.
I N. 15. The Store will be opeu on Sundays
1 from 9 to 10; 13 to 1; and 5 to 6.
Thk Hknrt Oim-ntt .Sires al. Thi excellent
county paper ahas ice'tlly changed hand-', Mr.
Geo." Redway having sold' nut to Messrs .las.
Fouke and D. B. .'Ainger, late of Fremont
Under its new management, the Signal ennnot
fail l prove a dtcided success, ilr. Fouke
has bopn a resident of Fremont for many years;
and 'we are justified iu saying Ihnt. no man
stands higher in I i calling here than he. We
join with his many friends in this vicin'ty in
wishing him much prosperity in his new field
of enterprise. There is first-rate material
among the Union, men of Henry County, and
we doubt not they will give their co inly paper
the hearty and united support which, it leerves.
The Medina Gazmttk. We have heretofore
omitted lo mention that Mr. P. Ci'Nko, late of
Stark Co., -has recently purchased n-ti equal
share in this paper. A personal acquaintance
with Mr. Cuneo enables us to say that he is a
gentleman of exeelient character, and a thorough
Union man of the decided and Tigressive type.
Having been liorn and reared under the dent-
ism which but till lately cursed that portion of
Italy of which he is a native, he knows how to
prize freedom in in its fulness and perfection.
For one who does not express himself in his na
tive tongue, Mr. Cuneo is a fair writer, and the
Gazette has decidedly improved undqr his man
agement. Wc wish it the most abundant suc
cess. Rev. A. Phelps has resigned the Rectorship
of the Episcopal Church in this place, his health
being so much impaired as to prevent his con
tinued labors in that work. He has had an As
sistant for the last two mouths and no interrup
tion in the services ofthe church may be ex
pected, as the vestry are making such arrange
ments as will secure a regular supply.
A recent issue of the Painesvllle Tttltyraih
"We are glad to know that Rev. Mr. Phelps, of
Fremont, Ohio, has puicbased a homestead here.
and will shortly become a resident of our town.
Mr. P. formerly officiated in St. James Church
in this village. We welcome him back again.
He will be a valuable acquisition ti our town,
being an earnest, indefatigable worker in every
Mr. Phelps tells us that he has retW the
place purchased in Painesville, to another party,
and will continue his residence in this place for
The acceeptance of Mr. Phklps' resignation
takes place next Monday, just completing his
fifth year as pa.tor of the church in Fremont
Bill Smith and Geo. Greener, (the latter with
several aliases,) lately kept a lager-beer saloon
near the depot They would probably be keep
ing it now, but that important considerations
have induced them to take up their abode with
Mr. Ferguson, back of the Court House, where
their time is so much occupied that they have
been obliged to drop the Saloon business for
Last week, one Smith, of Tiffin, Scanlon, and
another roan, were in this saloon betting with
dice against two other men. When the two
latter went out they were followed by the three,
knocked down and robbed of some seventy
five dollars in money, a watch and a revolver.
The robbers were consequently arrested, gave
np a part of the property, and were then al
lowed to go free ; upon what ground we have
not learned, and entirely fail t o conjecture.
The keepers of the saloon, however, were arres
ted, and are now in jail tor allowing gambling
in their establishment. Doubtless the latter
instance of justice enforced is right, but unless
our authorities are more stringent than in
the case of Scanlon, Smith and their accom
plice, we may expect to be completely overrun
with desperadoes of every description.
During the fire in Mr. Wolfs Tobacco Store,
last week, it is said considerable property was
stolen. It is always better, where there are
efficient fire companies, to leave the whole
management of fires to them. Citizens should
not intermeddle unless called upon by the prop
er fire officers. They had generally far better
keep away altogether. If this rule is observed,
there will be much less likelihood of property
that is taken from burning buildings being left
in an improper and exposed condition, less lia
bility to unnecessary destruction, and to acci
dents. The responsibility for these things then
rests wholly with the Fire Department, where
it belongs. Fortunately, our companies here
are made np of first-rats material, well officered
and well drilled. To their hands we may
safely entrust the important task we have com
mitted to them.
In this connection, it gives us pleasure to
mention the fact which we overlooked in our
notice of the fire last week, that our excellent
Hook and,Ladder Company was on hand with its
usual and wonderful promptness. Although
their services were not put in special requisition
on this occasion, their quick response to the call
of duty was not the less praiseworthy. We
doubt if there is a better H. and L. Company in
the State. .
ATTEMPT TO ROB THE CO., TREASURY.
On Sunday morning last a little past 12
o'clock, Dr. Stillwell, who resides at the corner
of Croghan and Main Sts., near the Court House,
having just come home from visiting a patient,
heard an unusual noise in the Court House.
He listened awhile, and not hearing the noise
repeatedthought he might be mistaken and went
into his house. Listening again, he soon dis
tinctly heard a few heavy blows, which he was
satisfied was an effort to break open the safe
in the Treasurer's Office. He immediately
proceeded to awaken Mr. Ball, the Treasurer,
who lived but a few squares distant and the
two repaired to the scene of action. While the
Doctor was at Mr. Ball's residence, they heard
the explosion caused in blowing open the safe.
When they came near the Court House they
heard the pounding, but could see no light on
account of the sheet-iron shutters at the win
dows. Before disturbing the gentlemen it was
deemed best to procure re-iuforcetnents and try
to capture them. Unfortuuately none of the
gentlemen who were aroused possessed fire
arms; nnd fearing lest further delay might give
the burglars time to escape with the money, it
was concluded to advance upon them at once
with a force of five or six men and one rifle. The
company arrived at the corner near Pr. Still
well's house, (again hearing the pounding)
when the foremost of them saw, through the
thick fog, a man advancing slowly from the op
posite direstion. As ha was approached, he
gave a low whistle. Taking for granted that
the whistle was intended as a sign to the ope
rators in the Court House, the man was arrest
ed. Just then, two or three other men came up
from down town, saying they were following
the arrested man, he having just stabbed a
friend of theirs.
With the new arrivals, the company went in
to the Court House. They found a dark-lantern
upou the floor, crow-birs, a heavy sledge ham
mer and other tools, a neat little satchel, (in
which the funds were to have been carried
away,) a hat, tc, tc; but the nice men who
bad been but a moment before so busily engag
ed there, were not visible. They were searched
for diligently, but in vain. The locks on the
door and shutter bad been forced, and the outer
door of the iafe blown lf. The hinges to the
inner door were partly broken, and a few min
utes more would have brought them to the
40.000 which they were in search of. They
had got only $"24.50 iu change, which ve In
the outer apartment to the afe. Many valua
ble papers were scattered about the office, and
some were lost or destroyed.
The fellow who had at first been arrested,
(Cror.ester by name,) when taken into the Court
House, played drunk. He seemed so very
drunk that he was loft a short time alone, aud
when looked for had gone. Although a fellow of
yery bad character, it is not probable that he
had anything to dp with the burglary, as he was
in Johnny Keefe's Saloon up to within a fe
minutes of his arrest. In a melee there, a com
rade cf his named Bolster stabbed a man named
Shanahan, and Cronesier and Bolater were try
ing to escape from the vengeance of Shanahan 's
frind, when the former wns arrested. Since
then, bvh Conester and Bolster have disap
peared. There is reason lor congratulation that the
funds of the county were saved, but much re-j
gret is, of course, felt that the villa'ns succeeded j
io making their escape.
Our country is literally swarm,ng with des- j
perate characters, and unless some preconcerted
roeasuiY,are taken by the police and other au
thorities, we shall go on from bad to Worse.
It is high time rascals of this type were cluck
ed. At any rate, the public cannot take too
careful precautious against their depredations,
and should at all times be prepared for them.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
For tho week ending Nov. 25,1865, prepared
by A. F. Gallaghke, County Recorder:
J. A. Miles to Shively and Young,
pirt lot 953, Fremont, A 2,00(1
E. Sutton t M. Brady, lot !). Sut-
tons' Addition to Clyde,
T. Lark ins to same, 20 acres, sec. 3,
Gieen Creek, Tp.,
George Miller to A. Eufsiuinger, 10
acres, sec. 29, Scott Tp.,
S. Entsuiinger to same, 53 1. Nacres,
sec. 25,"Scott Tp.,
F. S. White to F. A. Bixler, part in-
lot 466, Fremont,
H. Witnier to J. Anderson, lots 564
and 103, Pratts' Addition to
Wales fc Russell to Wm. Weeks, lot
No. 3, Clyde,
A. Richards to D. King, 70 acres, sec.
36, Riley Tp.,
D. M. Chamberlin to M. Besang, 75
acres, sec. 27 and 2fj, Ballville,
W. Strohl to Jacob Lesher, 40 acres,
sec. 20, Sandusky Tp.,
A. Gusdorf to H. Witmer, north part
lot 262 Fremont.
J. Clink to B. Britz, 120 acres, sec.
- 36, Ballville Tp ,
G. N. Snyder to A. S. Lichty, 12
acres, sec I, Scott Tp.,
A. Thomas Admr. to O Jordon, 69
aues, York Tp.,
E. Loudenslager to L. E. Fisher, in-
lot 229, Fremont,
H. Smith to Wm. Clark, 80 acres,
sec. 35, Ballville Tp.,
F. S. Owen to R. F. Patrick, part
lots 29 and 119, Clyde,
E, L. Taylor to same, lot 30, Suttons
Addition to Clyde,
H. Longyear to F. Wice, 20 acres
sec. au, nasningion ip.,
L. Q. Rawson to N. S wope, 1 60 acres,
sec. 32, Scott Tp,
N. Swope to P. Kline, 40 acres, sec.
32, Scqtt Tp.,
S. Snyder to N. Swope, 80 acres, sec.
32, Scott Tp.,
L. IJ. Rawson to P. Kline, 280 acres
Scott Tp., part, sec. 32 and 33,
G. Gray to D. G. Bash, 80 acres, sec.
19, 30 and 24, Green Creek Tp.,
J. K. Farver to S. Orwig, lot 1. Win
L. Cowell to R. Vicary, 80 acres, sec.
19 Townsend Tp.,
P. Tew to same, 10 acres, sec. 20,
Geo. Cramb to J. W. Stiue, 79 83-100
acres, sec. 23, Washington Tp.,
H. Egley to J. Warner, lots 7 and 18,
Jacob Chirra lo D. Warner, i2
seres, sec. 31, Jackson Tp., '
L. Allen to Peter Garner, 40 acres,
sec. 28, Rice Tp.,
W. W. Wales, to R. B. Alexander,
No. 163, 109 acres, Green Creek
D. Scanlon to L. Bumgardner, part
lots 953 and 954, Fremont,-
J. Buckingham to S. W. Chapin, lot
S. Birchard to H. Shively, 'o's 10 79
1080, 10,81, 1,082 and 10 89, Fre
mont, Birchard & Norton to A. H. Miller
lot 8, sec. 33, D. G. Addition,
C. Nichols to H. H. Mauntler, 45
acres, sec. 29, Woodville Tp.,
L. P. Cole, to W. L. Cole, 50 acres,
sec 9, Rice Tp.,
Dr. J. H. Hair, of Fostoria, has sold out and
intends removing to the West
A young man named B. F. Taylor, clerk in
the Cleveland Postoffice, has been arrrested for
robbing the mails.
Lieut. Col. Ira C. Terry, of the 27th U. S. C.
I., has been mustered out ofthe service and re
turned to Norwalk, his place of residence.
Assaulted. D. S. Luce, of this place, was
assaulted by an unknown person, on Thursday
evening of last week. The unknown nerson
made bis escape just in advance of a charee of
(SUVA OUUL. . IU
Another Sake Entered. The counting
room of the Michigan Central Railroad, at
Jackson, Michigan, was entered on Saturday
night by burglars. The safe was opeued by
means of a drill, and about two thousand dollars
It is announced that a new daily, to be called
the Daily Timet; will soon make its appearance
iu Toledo. It will be owned and edited by
S. J. Meauy, Esq., foimerly ofthe Toledo Com
mercial, and an editor of great ability and ex
perience. Broke Jail At Norwalk. Four prisoners es
caped from the jail at Norwalk. last night
Hiram Davis, Frederick Myer and John Bor
dellow, who were under sentence to the State
prison for various terms, and Jacob Casey, who
was sentenced to twenty days imprisonment in
the Huron county jail. Sandusky Hty., 28ft.
Grind Larceny. Aaron and Jefferson Bock
ey, of Jackson township, this county, were
brought before Mayor Leech last Saturday, on a
charge of stealing hogs from Clark Bradford.
They were required to app?ar at Court in the
sum of three hundred dollars each. Fostoria
A Magistrath Whipped ay a Woman. One
doy last week one of the Magistrates of Wash
ington township. Hancock county, was severely
castigated by a Mrs. Mason for using ungentle
manly language to her. The J. P. entered a
complaint against her before Esq. Jordan, and
she was fined five dollars and costs. Fostoria
At Williamsbure, Clermont conntv. Ohio, on
Wednesday of last week, a safe in the store of
Messrs. broke tk Co., was blown open by the use
of gunpowder, and $10,000 United States bonds
and currency, belonging to various parties,
wnicu was mere on deposit, st -Jen. The rob
be s were traced nearly to Cincinnat:, but the
clue was finally lost.
Heavv Robbkrt. Two brothers named Hess,
residing near Tiffin, Ohio, were robbed a few
t.ays ago of sixteen thousand dollars. It seems
that the house occupied by the brothers was en
tered, and the senior of the two was struck on
the head with some instrument, makiner him in
sensible. Chloroform was then administered to
both, end during their insensibility they were
robbed rf sixteen thousand dollars in cash. The
rob-e are still at large.
Fatal Accident. As we go to press, ( Wed
nesday afternoon,) we learn that a son of Mr.
Geo. Scott, in Hopewell township, who was
subject to fits, was burnt to death on Tuesday
last. He was silting in the wash house in front
of the tire, where the women were washing, and
during their absence for a few moments, it is
supposed that one of his spasms came on him
aud he fell head foremost into the fire, and was
burnt to a crisp aud perfectly lifeless before he
was discovered. lijnn Iribune.
JtuBUKKuv. a roooerry was committed a
few days ago, in pleasant township, in this
county, at the house of Mr. A. Slahfer, who was
absent at the time, husking corn, in one of his
fields some distance from his residence. Mr.
Slahfcr's woman had prepared dinner and ta
ken it out to thecorn-tield to the men at work.
aud during their absence, the house was entered
by some rascal, who broke open the drawers,
threw the clothing round the room, ana sue
ceeded in finding 7,75, and decamped. There
were, also three watches in the room at the
same time but it appears they escaped tbe eye
ot the tbiel, and were not stolen. Itffin JribHue
THE SALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY
ON JOHNSON'S ISLAND.
The sale was well ut tended, and on some of
the property the bidding wim spirited, still
many very profitable bargains were obtained.
The wood brought from .S2.55 to 2.75 for
mixed and hickory. Fourteen hundred cords
were put up in a bulk, but was not sold the
highest bid being jgil. 60 per cord. Had the
wood been put up in lota of fifty to one hun
dred cords it would have brought much better
prices and all been sold. We are informed that
another sale will be advertised iu the course of
a month or so. The 'entire row of officers'
quarters facing the prison pen were reserved,
for what reason we are unable to learn. It may
be that the Government, intends occupying the
island permanently. . The sale in the aggregate
amounted to nearly seven thousand dollars.
iyttulimli i Jt'egister.
A vast amount of mutter relative to prisoners
taken by each side during the war, will.be con
tained in the report of the Commissary General
of Prisoners, which is now nearly completed.
Our thanks arc due George R. Campbell,
Acting Asst Commissioner of the Freedinen's
Bureau, (-c, Augusta, Ga., for late Augusta pa -
pers. - -
The City Council of Cleveland on Tuesda
evening adopted resolutions authorizing a thor
ough cleansing of the city and the rigid en force,
inent of all sanitary laws. What are tliH Fr.
mont authorities doing in this regard?
W. I. KELIiE V, M. I.
FTAtl opened an office in Birchard Block ore? TVj-fnos
J Cilnthinc; 8 tore; sod respectfully tenders h'f. pio
ftwionl service to the citizena of FRKMONT, anl all
the people narroaiiflitie: H&Ttnsr fcpeot two -reern nnl a
half in tbe Army SUKfiKO.N', feels jusiitied in wins;
that o ee of Sorgery submittail t" hi we, wil! re
wire nroper attention. Hartienlar attention jriven to
rhrooie Piaeaeee and tbe treatment of Children.
Reaitene, Main Street, nearly onponite the KpieropsJ
Cbnrefc Fremont, Dee. SO, 1864. ly
W. L. BTJTMAN,
At BucklatuTs Drun Store,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
Metropolitan Fire lnnorance Co.N". V, AsetBl,.VXt,M 0
North American " 721.000
Security Marine " " 1.W10.000
New England " Hartford idO,00
Accident Insurance Co., CoIuuiuuh, 0., Capital 1,00U,UC0
I. H. Morehouse haylnir refthrned the Airuncr ofthe
above named companies, W L. Batman has been ap
pointed agent In has stead. The companies are all veil
known as prompt and reliable anil have lieen liberally
patronized by our business men. 41m3
On the 28th ult., at the residence of I he bride's
parents, by Rev. J. B. Thompson; Mr. Hkxst
M. CossimxK. of Norwalk, to Miss Hannah
Davis, of Fremont, Ohio.
On the 28th ultL, by llev. H. Lang; Mr. IU k
bks L. Kkllkb. and Miss Ottiu. li. Batman,
both o; Riley township.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
HBAT No. 1, $1,70 No. 1, $1,30. No. 3, $1,00
Flock, per barrel ft,bO
Corn, per bushel, 50
Cons, in the Ear 40
Btb, per bushel... ...... 7S
Oats, per bushel.. ........ ....... . .... SO
BuTTKR,perpound ..." . 30
Kuoe, per doten ..... ........... 25
Chkbss, per pound 20
Drussid Hoos, per hundred $,(KK10,00
Lari. per pound . '. . ....20s2o
Salt, per barrel Fine, $3,00 Coaroe, $3,25
HiDss.per pound . 810
Flax Srrd, per bushel.. $200
Timotht Sied, per bushel $3,00a3,60
Clotkr Skid, perbnabel t $7,007,50
Hamr, Smoked, per pound .......... .......18
Shofldirb, m ...IS
Brars, per bushel $1,601,75
roTATOgs, per bushel 60
Arri.sa, Green, per bushel 40i50
Do. Dried, per bushel $3,00
FRAORKS,pared,per pound . . ..12a20
Birswat, per pound 30
Osiors, per bushel.. 70
Criorrrr, Iiive, per lb 6
Do. Dresaed,per pound . "... 8
Ttjrrbts, Ue, per lb $
Do. Dressed, per pound ....10
Wool, per pound.'. . ... . 60a56
LETTERS remaining unclaimed in the
PostOffice at Fremont, State of Ohio, on the 30th
day of November, lSfin:
Baldwin H N
Curritan J E 'i
Dahersh 6 P
Dalton P F
ti rover H
II omen Henjy
Hood 6 S
Hess Margaret Miss
Hall Sarah M Miss
J 'hnson Henry
Johnson Emma Miss
Lindsay Wm H
Lock R P H .
jHyera 6 M
Mang'e Mary Mrs
! VcClary Hattie Mrs
Netcher Manr Mix
Palmer A N
Provansha I.ovina Mr
Smith Jacob V7 '-
j Smith Algeoon
I Stayers ReuVn
I Shanahan Bat
i Shoeths Allen
j Shanahan Francis
' Stoll Michael
j Swartzlander Mathias
, Shock Henry
Thompson Ellen Miss
I Tnson Charles
I Walter Mi-heal
wnue uiaramona Mrs
To obtain these letters, the applicant must call for Ad
vxrtisxd Lrttrrs, give the date of the list, and pay
O.NR Ckkt for advertising. If not called for in one
month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
H. B SHOMO, Postmaster.
Special Notices. Important to Mothers--Croup.
Tbe instructions for Croup which aceom pany every
bottle of Benioin Elixir, hare never been known to fail.
and have cured many a child after Physicians have pro
nounced the case hopeless. A bottle shou Id be in every
house. Benioin Elixir is also a pleasant and reliable
remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat or Breast, Whoop
ing Cough, Bleeding of the Lungs and Consumption.
Druggists write "It is destined to take the lead of all
other preparations, because of it great merit." Sold
by DOOLEY BRO., Toledo, and E. DILLON k SON
Fremont, Ohio. 45tf
Disease can uol touch Ibose who u.e
While Robsck's Bitter's are kept in the family circle
sickness never enters.
These Bitters have been found to be a perfect antidote
for removing the Brst symptoms of marly all diseases,
if taken to the proper time. They are composed of In
gredients, which are known by the medical sculty to be
most efficacious in disorders of the stomach and intes
tines. Their medicinal properties are so various that they
prove beneScial in all complaints, of whatsover nature
they may be; henee their grest demand and the univers
al good derived from their use.
A judicious use of these Bitters imparts the rope tint
of health to the cheeks, and health and vigor to the en
tire frame 44w4
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
has proved itself to be the most perfect prepara
tion for the hair ever offered to the public.
It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lustrous
It is splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to use it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
tW Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Rair Renewer,
and Uke no other. K. P. HALL A CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
8old by C. R. McCULLOCH, and all druggists. 3omo6
A Card. Editor of Journal In reply
to many letters and inquiries from people in this sec
tion of the country, the undersigned take great pleasure
in saying through the columns of your paper, that our
renowned preparation known as COE'S DYSPEPSIA
CURE, is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, in its worst stages.
Many cures of long standing, within our own acquaint
ance, have been completely, and we belire permanently
cured. It will atop distress after eating almost instan
taneously, and enables the dyspeptic who has lived for
years upon Graham bread and the plainest diet, to eat as
heartily as he pleases, and anything he chooses, without
danger of distress, or sonring, or rising on the stomach.
It is an infallible corrector of indigestion and constipa
tion, creates a healthy appetite, stops sick-headache,
heart-burn, sickness at the stomach, pains, cramps, or
eolic in either the stomach or bowels, and by enabling
the patient to Uke plenty of hearty food, "which is the
parent of health," produce vigor, strength and energy.
In every trial we have known it has speedily eradicated
Dyspepsia with all its attendant sufferings, 'weaknesses,
debility, and loss of powtr, giving instead, a proper ac
tivity and tone to the stomach and organ of digestion,
and as we confidently believe, aud as the published cer
tificate in our circulars, almanacs, and in many of
the leading Journals, from convalescent patients will
confirm, completely, permanently, and almost miracu
lously "cure tbe worst case of Dyspepsia in existence.1
We warrant it in every instance. It can be obtained at
all the Drug Stores in the United States and Csnsiiss at
$1,00 per bottle, or six bottles for $4,00.
C. . CLARK CO., Prorrietors,,
4yl New Haven, Ct.
DR. E. DILI, 'N SON, Agents, Fremont.
Nervous Debility, Seminal Weakness,
Etc, C' e Cured by one who has really cured himself,
and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothing but the
TRUTH. Address with stamp,
EDWARD 0. TRAVER,
March 3, 1885. ly Lock Bex, Bobtos, Mass.
WHISKEItS I WIIISKEKS !
Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches ?
Our Grecian Compound will force them to grow on the
smoothest face or ebin, or hair on bald h? ads in Six
Week. Price, $1.00. Seot bv mail anywhere, closely
sealed, on receipt of price. Address,
WARNER TO , Box 13S,
Ivl Brooklyn. N. Y.
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat,
RKljUIKKSlMMKOIATK ATTK-NIIO-N, ASU SHOULD UK
CHKl'KKI). IlT ALLOW KD TO CON I IXI. K,
I rr Hat ion of the Luugs, a Permanent
Throat Affection, or Incurable
IS OITtS THK R.KSULT.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
having a niiar inkllk.vck to tuk imbis, ,ivk
ly.VKDI.U K RFLlKK.
Far Urovliitis, Asthum, Catarrh, C'oiiniiipiie
a ml Throat llseneN,
TROt MKSAKK USKI WITH ALWAYS COttl) slCCHsS.
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Trocket useful in clearing the voice when taken
before singing or speaking, mid relieving the throat (
tAr an unusual exertion of the voeil orguos. The
Truchet are recommended and prescribed by Physician,
and have had testimonials from eminent men through
out tbe tin ntry. Being an article of true Di"7it, aad
havingnrtfero' theireflicacy byatest of many year, each
year finds them in new localities in various part of tiie
world, mod the Trmktt are universally pioaonnced bei
ter tban otirr articles.
OhtAi.y only ' Bso'a Bro.vchi.u. Ti;ocaks," and ?o
not take any of the Worthiest Imilutiaut that ui.iy be
Sold everywhere in the United States, and in Foreign
Countries, at S3 cent pr box.
RECEIPTS ; AND fXPENDlTURES
of Sandusky County, Ohio, for the year
ending September 1st, 1865.
Amount collected on Duplicate of
1864, "V - - . M 20,224 67
From all other source, -..- -(3601
Total .Receipts; . ": - J.S0,6liO 70
Amount paid (-iraiid Jury, -' ' '."ji ' 251 71
i'l-tit Jurys . .TO '':
" " AT il. Ferguson, Sheri If.- ' !il)3;45
' " H. W. Winslow, Prose
cuting Attorney, .1'1 83
Amount paid M. . St. Clair, Clerk, Wl W)
" Oscar Ball, Auditor. 2.157 H
Wm. S. .Russell, l'ro
bate .ludire, 53
Amount paid A. F. (iallajir,: Un-
f nil index, Stit) .11)
Amount paid i). L. June, Treasurer. 165 f8
" - " C. G. Greeue, " 1:2415
" ' County Commissioner, 37(i 60
" " I. M. Ivteler, Printing,. 449 14
" " John Flausjher, " y.51 35
" J. S. Van Vaulkeiiburg, ,. ?
- printing, ' ".f 00
Amount paid Constables,"- ' 10 13
" " Board of Elections, lfc 20
" " J. Eavens, Surveyor, 3(5 00
" Viewers, Chairmen aud ,.
Axnien, J 1 15 00
Amount paid Witness Fees, , . lra 30
" " Justices In criminal ca
ses, . : : " j 38 40
Amount paid Township Treasurers, ' S3 80
" Deputity Sheriffs, : ! 127 11
" " Township Assessors, 1,034 50
" Gusdorf d; Co., gaV 33 30
." " Huber it Kasbaugb, re
pairs in Court Room, 13 25
Amount paid George May, repairs on .
safe, 21 00
Amount paid Canfield Bro., hard
ware, 13 80
Amount paid J. P. ile Ardle, binding, j 2 00
" " Sidney Ferguson, 1 doz.
. hrooui.s : 1 - i 1 20
A mount paid wood for jail, . 84 25
" " A. It. Ferguson, jailor, 17170
Amount paid J. P. Deal, sleeping in -
Trearury office, ' " 28 12
Amount paid 1). Andersop it Co.sta- .
tionery, 77 00
Amount paid Treasurer Agricultural
Seciety, 106 00
Amount paid Jiobert Clarke fc Co.,
stationery. 7 20
Amount paid W. L. Butmnn, tele
graphing. 2. 55
Amount paid D. Garvin tCo., bill of
goods, 2 70
Amount paid F. S. White, cashier,
.Revenue Stamps, " 5 00
Amount paid J. Evans, whitewashing
jail, "'.'. ' 10 00
Amount paid 11. J. Zimmerman,
clock, tc, ' 10 50
Amount paid George W. Raff, sta
tionery, 10 50
Amount paid S. Bailey t Co., sla-
tionery. ". " 54 00
" E. Dillon fc Son," "' 2 60
" J. L. Willi, acting rw
oner, U 20
Amount paid L. 11. Morehouse, In
surance on Inlirniary, 126 50
Amount paid John K. Rirrhard, ex
penses to Asylumn, 30 00
Amount paid School Examiner.-. Ill 00
Amount Paid Jereminh Arlin, clean
ing well, 3 00
Amount paid Thompson and Spicer.
stove trimmings, . 3'J 60
Amount paid R. P. Buckland, L. Q.
Rawson, and others, river improv
merit, .5,000 00
Amount paid C. S. Xewcomb, sta
tionery, 15 00
Amount paid George McClintnck, . .
making railing. 7 88
Amount paid J. W. Goodson, post
mortem examination, .20 00
Amount paid H. Clezhorn, glazing, 2 70
" " Pelton and Waggoner,
stationery, 20 00
Amount paid H. H. Pease t Co., sta
tionery, 33 15
Amount paid George Myers, repairing
pumps . ' 5 00
Amount paid Isaac Kagy, niapof Sen
eca county, '5 00
Amount paid wood for offices, 105 00
" " A. F. Gallagher, report .
statistics, 12 00
Amount paid Wm, S. Russell, report ; ; ,
statistics, ' '. 5 00
Amount paid C. R. McCulloch, sta- i
tiouery, ' 104 06
Amount paid S. Buckland, station
ary, 45 16
Amount paid T. II. Bush A Co, Liv
ery for Commissioners, ' 15 25
Amount paid Griner d Kessler, braces
for jail, 2 50
Amount paid U. S. Express company j
extra charges . V ' 2 94
Amount paid American Ink Company
ink, 12 85
Amount paid Jacob Myers, carpenter
work, 4 05
Amount paid C. A T. R." R.,' freight "
on books, 7 'Ji
Amount paid Sanford and Hay ward, .f.
stationery. ' , . 00
Amount paid Thomas Kelley.coroner, 6 65
' " West ifc Dana, lumber
for railing. 8 00
Amount paid Krebs and Boardman,
goods for jail, , - . ' 2160
INFIRMARY FU2JD. . ,, . -
RKUaUPTS. . -
Amount collected on Duplicate of
1864, $3,368 38
Amount transferred from Infirmary . - -
bnilding account . " " . .' 543 28
Amount received from Theo. Clapp,
. produce sold. 465 3-1
r . ' KxeKsmrtRes.
Amount paid Mrs. Hare, Superin.
Amount paid Milan Smith, labor,
" " Nat. Haynes, lumber
Amount paid David Slick, cooper, .
" ". B. C. Winters, Super
intendent, Amount paid Krebs and Boardman,
Dry Goods and groceries,
Amount paid P. Beaugrand, clerk, .
" P. Beaugrand, Director,
Amount paid James Hus, Director,' .
' " Georpe Hurdic, Livery,
Amount paid Z. Woodford, making
Amount paid Then. Clajip, Mower fc
Amount paid Paul Gores, jrocerie'1,
C. R. MoO.ilIoch.drtigs
Amount paid Wm. St. Cliir, medical
Amount paid P. Beaugrand, medical
Amount paid Wm. Herbster, use of
Amount paid William Hnrdick, liv
ery. Amount paid Trustees Green Creek
township, transporting pauers.
Amount, paid S. Bticklaud.drugs,ttc.,
' ' P. O. Dean, mannfac
' Miring cloth.
Amount paid George Martin, thrash
ing. Amount paid Win. Kessler," keeping
Amount paid .1. W. Stevenson, cof
fins. Amount paid O. W. Martin, labor,
" E. F. HnfToni, Black
Amount paid II. W. Bristol v Co.,
Amount paid Joseph Grant, Manufac
Amount p;iid C. Hooke, keeping pau
pers, Amount paid James Kridler, Har
Amount paid jimes Carr, keeping
Amount paid E. Diiwley, use of boar,
" " J110. Curry, carpenter,
Amount paid Elizabeth Bowman, ser
vices. Amount paid Samuel Skinner, direc
tor. Amount paid Hoot A- Meng, Boots it-Shoe:-.
Amount paid Theodore Ctapp. clerk,
ses to assy lu in.
Amount paid S. S. Rathbnrn,convey
ing paupers to Infirmary,
Amount paid Trustees Perrysburgtp.,
Wood County, keeping paiier,
Amount raid 11. Ui;uiiuirr, consta
Amount paid J.iiiifK Purks,cloVer and
Amount paid George Thornton, keep
Amount paid J. W. iro.it, medical
" 58 50
j Amount paid George Harvey, buck
Amount collected on duplicate) .f .
Amount paid M. Binkley, bridge
- Burgoon road. 7501)
Amount paid Eli Rveves, 3 bridge. 370 00
" Henry Bo wins, repairs . .
Amount paid SJ N. R..selL draw .,
. 300 00
1 17 00
Amount paid John Hineline, tendi
Amount paid tieurge Roberts, rep,ir
Amount paid County CommisiMonen.
superintending bridges, .
..... uii ..mi. j'iquriuirr at , tor.
der, bridge 011 JIud Creek.
Amount paid Robert Smith, bridge
on nag run,
Amount paid Eli Reeves, 2 bridges,
iuo r. .l(leriun, bridge
at Tindall's. 5
Amount paid Peter Spealdner, bridge
. on Mud Creek.
Amount paid Jack Huff, bride on
Amount paid George Demars, tending
Amount paid A. Blank, bridge on
Amount paid Wm. Herbster, renair
. - J 1- I ; 1 '
V14 jnuttvieeK unoge,
Amount paid Boyer A Reed, bridge
, on Big Mud creek.
Amount paid Levi Tilton, tending
Amount paid E. H. Underbill, bridee
in Rice Township, - . v
Amount paid Jacob Smith, bridge on
Amount paid Jacob Haynes, bridee
on South Creek, '
Amount paid James Hughe, bridge
in Skfu,,K ........ l
Amount paid George Remelspach,
painting bridge at Tindall's,
Amount paid A. Cline, bridge on
Tuckerman's ditch, .
Amount paid Phillip Bebesheimer
bridge on Port Clinton road.
Amount paid B. Waggoner, plank
for Alud creek bridge,
Amount paid Shoalts d: Stiffler.bridge
ou Mud creek.
Amount paid Henry Beattoi, bridge
on Muscalunge creek.
Amount paid Jacob Bonawitz, bridge
on Sugar creek,
Amount paid Wm. Mitchell bridge
- on Muscalunge Creek
Amount paid Wm. Brough, bridge on
' Coon creek, . -
1 iereoy cerury that tbe foregoing Statement
is correct. - s
. ' JOHN LYNCH, Auditor.
Fremont, O., Nov 17, 1865 16w4.
r 1 1 .... .. . - '
Situated on Pike Street, one
door West of Doncyaon'g
TH.I-3hIA!:UHME-VT U now throughly fumuhed
and ready to serve up meals at aU hours of toadM?
iverythingthat the market .lord. lw. o. banS:
which canTw obtained on short notice priiwjuuf
manner desired. Farmer, will find thu theVuS to t
Connected with thui establishment is department
exclusively for Ladie wit. an tadependWeSSSo.
and entirely separated from Uie reuUea', MJo
where they can always get superior oysters. ,.hS
ever la the eating Una tney mar daeinL Tk!. ,
under the superv ioTof L? Th"
The Bar of the Saloon i. stocked with the very beet
oj un can, ana hair can, can alwavs be ek.
fined at price. .. lowa.cn be bought
3T Com and see for yourself.
MA J UK SNYDEBS
had at all hour, of the day, in short time. M ' ""
. i THE FARMER,
Will k. , j . .
fl..t.u v v . . .
a be famished
n obtain at this Eating Hoar vrtt,i. .u .
.n-ord.,.nd c have IteoXS 17
111 ""O ' 'his Saloon a separate apartment where th..
may enjoy a r reshlng unU.turbTbe wafIT
on courteously and with special atiYtioi "
Can always be bad by th. can or h.!f can, at a, 1. ni
ROOMS, On front Street, over Ward's tiroeery Store.
Fremont, Nor. 10, 18j. 45yi A.J.8JTYDBR.
GKOVE J, PENNY
FOR THE SALE OR PURCHASE OF
(BAJ.t or ALL JSs,
Flax Sbkd, Timothy Skd, Clotm Sd,
BtTTica, Eggs, Brash, Porain,
AD ALL KINDS Or CoCKTRT P0BCCl.
Particular attention given to the purchase of
Groceries and Manufactured Articles.
N 27 Vlne 8t,e Cluelnuati.
AGENT FOR kUaiao Piakl Stamtm Costast.
November 3, 1866. 44
FOR the arrest and conviction ofthe person
lvrS?n,' mh .y"1"' "tared my dweihnthouse.
in ork township, dandusky county, Ohio, on the after
noon of Tuesday, the 7th fast, and s'ole th'rTfrom
m; Dy in Uryen Backs and National Curreucv ,S
of i-,2 snd U S. Bond, to th. amonnt W3 0?
as foil...: Th. Boo . f the denominate of iSo
esch. .s Bonds of th. denomination of 100 each, .ad
two or three of the denomination of $o0 vach. Ail the
above were of the 7-30 issue. Als. two or three boad. JJ
the denomination of 40 dollar, each, of theo 20 IseueT
Theabov. reward will-be paid forth. arrest andeowie
tion of the guilty pwrties, and th. retur. .( the money
and bonds, or a proportionate amountfor any part there.
of- CHRISTOHHKR HTBEETBIL
Nov. 17, 1884 46.6, ' ' W Attom.
500,000 Hickory Spokes!
4,00 Cords of Oak, Red Elm,
Hock Elm and Gam Timber,
Suitable for Hubs L
200 Cords Secon.l Growth Ash '.
200 Cords of Hickory Buts
For which the highest price in CASH,
will be paid, on delivery at our Factory.
F. L NORTON & CO.
Fremont. 0 Oct. 27. 185. 43tf
SALE OF HOUSES.
CTT1 1 WILL SELL, at private sale, at myreet-
" " denca- in Tlil.w 1.
' '"J ...HMIII
2 Gool Mares, four years old :
1 Black Colt, two years old.
Also, 1 ililch Cow, and a new
JShoJ, Two-Horse Sled.
Ki!ey,Nov.3,lS?a. 44w8 BEXJA3US MOONY.
Barrel and Stave Factory
ALL TAKE NOTICE that we are oowbuving
at the following prices:
Soil Timler 4,00 jjr conl.
Red Oak, 4,50 per cord,
Thirtv-two nnu thirty-seven inches lon and counted as
foor fet in lenjf lb. Full directions given at th Factory
how to get out the timber. .
Wearea'sobnyiniiTlnht Barrel Ktavea.
We keep on hand all km. Is of BAHRKLfi a4 TIH
KIXS, or make to order, and warrant our work.
We also keep on hand a lare stock of Reasoned Cm I
Stave od 11 e ad I II w, for sale and mean not to be
nnlrsold for same kind of stock.
3f Give us a call.
JUNK cV KWiERTON.
Factory near the C. k T. Railroad rpoL
July S 1, 1S04. J KiMONT, OHIO,
Amount paid Isabella Dor services,.
?"? . : t'.S George Hnrdick, keep-
Amount paid Clark fc Zigler, goods.
Amount paid John Martin, labor,
" " Xicholas Sivint, Jahnr. .