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Valuable Citr Lots for Sale.
RNOClRIor K. DICKINSON.
Fremont, 8pt. T. Mfl6.-tt
A Farm for Sale.
iwi nil. tmmk the injornorstion ef Fremont, known
V 9 u tb. Kobsrvo. farm. Enquire of Hiram Baker of
aWllevue, or Dr. Bakr of rrsmont unci mr rrry
wleee's Grocery. - " eotl palm.
mB( dwirsble Lit oa tb comer of Elm nd Stat
I otmli, Fnsaoont, ia offend for sale,
hone, Buggy and Himw, doable ws gos and about
S2.000 shingle. For i.rticolars call on or address
tb aadersigatd, reeidrnee corner Kim ft Bute St.,
PreKmt,0 Mrs-GRATIA L. WOODWOKTH.
Dec m. yoMf ),8 g - - ; r
Land for Sale.
I OFFRR for sale forty Bert of Land adjoining the
County House f.rm.and now , art of my farm, one
mile and a n lf east of p-ou', on II e Kiver -Rwui. It
hai H)iitTtof nrat-ra'e tinber tnd au of cleared land
veu feaeed, tvatDpm, aaa an a g ooaoia oi vuiutkuov,
for Mie at a birgaia. v. a& n uio.
Drc7. isae 4uxl
aFarm for Sale.
nHK eubecriber odera for falo bin fine Farm of 200
I arvetatua!cd is toort Townsbip, one mile north of
aireenebenr. It ia well fenced, improved, ara well Wftl
ored ; ha WJ aerea of goo i timber, a good orchard of im
nroevd Irait, a gooe) aapple of crapee, Teacheifaad all
varietiea of amtii f ait . The buudingi in, a good frame
boose, two good barnaandout beiidisga, all in excellent
Impair. u.iii Dniv&ni
Hot. ilS, 1S96. ftf-pilm
Farm for Sale.
I OFFER fbraale a Farm of one hundred asl aiatj
aerea 100 aerea of cleared land, in a high atate of
aailtiTation, the balance in heary timber 1 Uig wuhm
thirty r.)da of Fort Stoeet, and within tbree-lounhi of
amileof a goodunat aiu ana saw ami. mere are on
the farm, two good Dweiiiog Hoaeaa, Waah and 8mok;
Hone. Celkr nnder the whole; Com Criba, arn with
Unoa, two nevertailing Spring one for the Hanne and
one for the liam Hpnug aooee. Orchard of No 1,
Grafted Fruit, mrt aa Applet, Cherrlea, feara, (juineea,
Feechea.cC or panicuiare aa w term, vw. wuwn
er addreaa at Fort 6eneca, Fcatomoe, rjenroa ooontr.
Ohio , Jiiunn.ui
Ikc .7,1888. 4S7i4 ' '
Ho! For California!
l KY PERSON KOT wiahing to go to California, i
J make a good ar.nl by calling on the aubrcriber a
be la detenuUHM to glee eome on? a uarga u ui
bia farm, (known aa the ebebei kVnolds "armi litsated
boat two and a hah uilea aonth of weal from the tour
iabing Tiilage of Cijoe, and about lee and a haif miiei
aonth of eaat from the CUT of Fremont, cnntainirg 111
aerea of land, Ml aerea under feme -and the remainder
timbered. There ta on the premiata-a good frame house,
containing aix large rooma, besUiet lira auialier ones,
aeh as buttery, bed rooms and panlnea, aii.o two good,
barnaand out honeea,tiro good wells ol neeer-failuig wa
tor, a good cittern; aiao a plenty ot pure running spring
water tor atack. About a0 Urge bearing app.e Iran
poach treea, pinmb and cherry ueen, also about three
hundred boded peach trees, Urge enough to set In the
Aiao another Uact of is&d of about twenty-one acre,
laying nearly southwest from the Depot at Clyde. There
ie on ibis plena ot land a good frame houee at g4 as
Ma, well aniebeo, also, twenty-four orwjre large apple
trees, vhlab baas mum. Iraitl'alao, about tweatj -fire
small nnee, ael tour yeara, ail of the cboioeet kinds of
fruit, also a Ut of oeach, pear, plumb and cherry treea,
and a augar orchara ot about 90 large maple trees, and to
make the little place mora desirable atlli there is a beau
tiful aprtog poutiaf ul it "lc oold" water within a few
feet of the ueeLJng house, making socb en inviting ra
trsat on a hot annr'i day beneath the large spreading
branches of an a islent Beeeh bad ft illew, wbiob otu
ehttiowi the opring. ',"". ... ..
The abbee ceaenbad pUoea will be told together, or
Separately, to auit purchaneis. or teima sua lurim
rjarticalare enquire at the Jocan.l. Om.e.
Aug. 1 18M BSari' '
Sidney Woodworth's Estate.
. LI. peiaona having ciaiui ag.intt the above
bsute are notihed to present the auce for pay
beat to the undersigned; and ail indebted are neti
bedtocill and mate paymen: to tbe uniersigoed
without delay. tiKATIA L. VUUDHuKiU, ,
Liecutrix and Sole Legate.
T pai nndrrsigued bas bten duly appvisted adinin
X istrator ot ihe eetaUs of Win. k. Monger, late of
Townarnd, Sandunky Conniy, Ohio, dectawrd. All
persona indebleo to the estate are requette i to make
Immediate p; e.ei,and thoee holding claim against
the same will present them for allowance
Towoernu, Dec la, 1S66 AlwJ
Dissolution of Co-partaership.
rnEE Co nartoarthip heretofore i-iUting between J uoe,
I Curtis at Co , ia tue Foundry and Machine Shops at
Fiamont, Ohio, la oiaaolred by mutual con nt this day.
Dm. let, 164. and bereaf ier the buaiaese will be eairiefl
u by Jon Co, AU nnwtUel aec wnU o: the above
Mnttesed hrm mnat be tettwi ay immediately, or they
will be Mt with an attorney to sat Je. ).
-Notioe to Stockholders.
Fimt Hatioial baxk or FamiiXT, I
t uaoxr. cmo, Dec 7th, lbdl. j
rnflK next Annual M'eiog of ths t twuMen lof this
I Bank for tbe election rf Directors, will be beid at
tu Banking Hone on Tuesday, the 81b day of January
next, at 91 o dock P. M. A. H. MILLER,
Fremont, D.7th. I960 -4V. CasWer.
Final Settlement. ;
T ACOB H. 8TL' TLIiR as alminittrator ol the ciiUte of
ej Anatin Fix ey,
deceased, baa filrd hie aount in
xAmIk court, for the ttaal rettlemfnt
f said tes which wOl b i beard on the ICid Cay of De-
KoT.80,le6. 48w3 FrobsU Judge.
Notice to Trappers and Dealers
' m.TOTICE is hereby gt.en that by ao act of the Leeitla
I ture of the State of Ohio, paased March 6. H64, tt
' S aaiawfaf for any person to 1 er f rap tfesiui at y
Irme artir tbe peai?e of said act, eitber upon his o.n
premises or cpon the prewises of anoth, or expwe to
-ieleanyoutifceo emght; and that aey person ft.unl
eulltr of eny rlelatiea ol said act shtll. upon et.nio
' tion themcf, be lined in any earn not leu thin or more
than t -0 and o"t of enit; or be Imprisoned in the eoua
tr jail not mire than JO daya, or both.at the di.cretion
of th court. Kctiee alae hereby gteru that a'l tio
lation of thl aot coming to the knowl. rlge ot any mem
bera of thia aaeociation will be prosecuted to tbe utmost
rior of the las-; and H rewaro is hereby oBered o any
' aereonwboahallir information of any Tiolation of
aid act. to be naid upon the eoorirt oo of the offndr
saio aes pa. rJt 6KKKNB, Jr .President,
Dec 1486. oOvra. ' Fremont thooting Club.
. SBTTLE IP.
.:'i.L PERSONS Ind-bted toDr.J. W. GROAT are r
A uaeeted to call and eeUle immed ately,
-' eounttwiil go lata t bands of an agent lor collection
after the a ret ef Jesrsery, 1867.
Dec. 12, 18oo MwX
ST SATED from tbe subscriber on the -Ji inet. i. --TVI
Mare, Bis. or tea years ol.1; isabout 15'. bands hieb
elim but It. sad considerably dappled. Ativ info-mttion
given will be IMierallT rewarded. HENRT KOHAN.
Framont, aVs , l6-40wlpd
ItexfPerfnine! Called SwrrrOAoroxixraoa
Maxiro, matinta tured by K. t. n!TH to.. Kfw
F..rb l. fn.kln.a aennation wherever it is known. Ia
r dentate, sod it. frsarror rrmaira on the nwdker
chief for days. BuUttin, Philadelitia -
ntreel Opopnax from
Ifexlco ! The most
olertnt and eeentiei pereonal rt-uaiiiite for a lady.
Extract rf Paeet Opor-orm."
E. T. SMITH k CO, New York.
Royal HAVANA LOTTERY of Cuba.
Coadacled by tbe f-rnlh tiwTertiateat.
3S0,000 IN e'JLI) drawn t very 17 dayn
Prtses cbed aot information furnishl: the h:chea
rats pair! for Doubloons and ail kinds of Gold andSilrfr
alaofor all Government ."eeuritiee.
. TAY'jOK CO . Backers,
tylSKP 1 Wall St.. New Vnrk.
roR uarkikg Liyye.v,
Tbe Improved Indelible Pe.-icil,
Patxxtkd 189, 18'.
Crestly ?uperior to IodeliMe lots
ne Pencil wlJlma k ever 1 M0 articlfe.
"Desirable, convenient, and useful: Springfield
Masr.) Republics?. ...
For hale by Hooksel'crs, utstionem. DrugjistS, St.
Muu'actnred and rold at Wb-'le'ale. by
. v - . t he Indelible 1'etlrtl I
Every Pencil Warranto.. Ptioe, SO cent-. inl
Supweeda au ovners. i'; " '
TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS.
CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD.
soma east. smjiko wmt.
(Hv Rrnreia !:o(l 1 lOhlclro ElDreaS IS 11 A
Mail...... ......W.M a.m. Mall ..Wr.at;
N. T. KipreM 6 08 r. h. Wight Express .AIM r. m.
LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RAIL ROAD.
Findlay, 7:80 A. M
J .cksoa, :W
Ar. at Fremont, .10:1
Ar. at Findlay,... 4:W
POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS. CLOSES.
Throunh Mail goins East, close at :30 r u.
Way Mail going Fatt. doses at 10:10 A. M.
Thriegi Mail g-ilog W eat, e'oacs at 1 1:4 A. M.
Way Mall going West, closes at :..
Through Mall from the East op-ns at lt:40 r. u.
Way Mttl frntn the East opens at 7r00 r. a.
Throngh Mtil from the West opens at.... 7:90 a. a.
Way Mail fromth West openaat.. 11:0 A. a.
OPENS. L B. & L. R. R.
Mails leaee on th L E A L B K at..
Mailaarrir " . " at..
1:1 r. a.
To Rullersrille, Tuesdaja and Friday at.... 1 r. a.
To Black Swamp, Saturdays, at ..If A. a.
ReTl . iou erTiaea ar regularlT held la thifbIlowiaw
Churches In tliia city, every Sabbath, at th hour
MeTHonitT EriacorAL Cmcsch. oomer of Market and
Main Streets: Rot. J. Writs, Pastor. 10)4 a. a .
r.a. Sandar School at 9 a .a Prayer meeUug Weda'e-
PKKSSTTxaiAX racaca. corner Garrison and Mala
Btraete: Rer. E. Btrsn.i au.. Pantor; 10a a n.tand t r.a
Sunday school at U a. Meeting every waonescay eve
Et.Paui.' (EriBoorAL) Carioa, Rer. C. H. Touaa,
Rector, corner Main and Court Btraete; 10K A. a.,
) r.a.-elnoday School at X r. a. Lecture every Wed
nesday erenlng lu tue ehuran.
KxroRHin Chubxju, Front Street, between Market and
Joho Streete: Rev. J. B. Taoaraox. Pastor; 1014 A. a.
and ex r. a. Sunday School at 9 A a. Prays meeting
very Wednesday evening. .
LtrrBURAJt'Caraca. comer Oak and Court Streets
KfT.H Laxo, t-aator; ivi a .anai r.a.
Sr. Josira'a fCaraouc) Cacntca. Croghaa St.: Rer
Ssbapb Bowsas, Pastor; msas erery morning at f o'clock;
on Sundays and FestlTSls of Obligation, Low Mas at (
o clock A. a l-lgn or aoiemn mass at iw o ciooc A.
(in w inter at tw.,a J eeurie . o wbiww r.w.a mu vo
easionally Benadictioa at 7 r. a. Sunday School at S
Si lm 'Catholic Cbtbcr. Stat Street. Rev. L. F.
D'Aacr. Paaior; Fint Mass at 8 o'clock, a. a.; Second
High Mis. at 10 o'clock, a. a. ttuouay scnool, t. a.
Veapers, 3 r. a.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1866.
Fenonal. Geo. Bucklaxd ia at home for
tbe holidays. The telegrams, which wot him
to New Orlraos with the "excursionist" were
slightly in err jr.
Error. Io our uotice of the election of Jus-
tire in Townseud Townihip we were in error,
The ballot resulted in the re-election of Hiram
Hawkins, without opposition.
Mite Society. The Church aid Society of
tbe Presbyterian CoLgregalion held a large and
pleasant meeting last Tuesday erening at Mr.
R. W. McLixlas's.
Accident. Daxiil Youskmaic, of Hunting
on, Indiana, father of Johv YorxKMAN, of thia
place, fell on the icy ground on Wednesday,
the 13th inst, and died on Saturday following,
18th, from the effects of tbe accident, aged 71
Fire A bakery belonging to Mr. Graf, on
Wayne street, between Croghan aid Court la-
was burned down last Friday inoruiutr. No
alarm wan taieed aa the fire was o far advanced
when discovered that no part of the building
could be saved.
The Festival. The Good Templar's Fes
tival, held at the Hall of the order on last
Thursday evening, passed off delightfully and
was quite a success financially. We are glad
to know that ibey are prospering much beyond
their expectation, since they removed to their
new hall. Keep the ball rolling.
Flood. The Sindutky river may be said to
be slightly on ll:o "rampage." The heavy
rains of the early part' of the wet k have raised
the waUr decidedly, and the ice is broken up
and tumbled about very unceremoniously,
We have beard of no damages thus far. Tbe
ice is hardly strong enough below to causes
i ne ancy uress arty. i iie j-aney
Dress Pariy to ba held at Birchard Hall, for the
benefit of the Library Association, this evening
promises to be a grand affair. Extensive pre
parations have been made by the com in it tee.
Nothing will be wanting which can in Any way
add to the pleasures of the evening. Refresh
ments will be provided in abundance and the
best of music will enliven the evening. There
certain to be a general turn out of the many
friends of the. Library Association and every
body will have a good time. Tickets to Hall
cL. For sale at the Drag Store.
A Suggestion. Now that the enterprise of
establishing a public Library in Fremont is
going to prove successful, we suggest that the
professional men of the town the preachers,
doctors, lawyers and editors club together and
buy Appleton'g American Encyclopedia, from A
toZ, together with the annual supplements, and
deposit the volumes in the Library Eoonis.
where thry can be consulted by all the mem
bers, but permitted to be taken out only by
contributors to the purchase money.
Notice. The Cententry Services and Sun
day School Jubilee of the M. K. Church are
postponed till Jan. Gtti, lb67. The Rev. R. C.
Lease willoccupv the Pulpit in tbe morning,
and our people will be called upon lo make their
Centenary offering. We hope all will come
nd rome prepared. In the evening the Sun
ay School Jnbibe will take place, when two
addresses will be delivered with singing by the
School ; afterward a beautiful Medal will be
presented lo each scholar who has contributed
one dollar tnd upuaid, as . Centenary Metno-
al. Also a beautiful picture worth ffve dollars
the scholar who has given the highest sum.
We earnestly advise the parents to make up the
dollar for the children as far as possible next
Sabbath. We iuvite a full attendance of teach
J. WYKES, Pastor.
Transfers of Real Estate, for the week
ending December 22d, 18H6, prepared by A. F.
Gallaghkb, County Recorder:
Htiffon! to 1' Hufford, 10 acres, Wash
ington, sec 34 ...
Geo Kun; to C King, till acres, BallviUe,
sec 3"! -
W cfc il L .lolmsot! to M J T McKey
10 acres, Scoit, sec 19, ...
Orhs to L Huber Eaut side, out-lot 132
Rowley lo A Howcy, 20 acres, Madison
sec 33,.... ................ ....
E'och to M M iller, 40 acres, Woodville,
hpc 22, ...........
(J Green to O W Shaw, 168 acres, Jack-
SO!', K( C 2 ........ ........
W Farrand to H Brooks, 50 acres, sec
27 aud 28, Towmend, .
SS M.vye-, rdn. to S S Moyer, 3-9 of
1G0 acres, York, ecc Hi..... ........
Win Connell lo I! Potts, IgO acres, Mad
ison, sc 30, ......................
Girns to D K"Ons, 20 acres, do, sec 34,
G Sumner to the First Congregational
Unnrch, HWlevue, lots 171 4 169 and
part east .j of south-east 4, sec 25,
J Wondting to T O Wigbtman, 12'
L Xiros to FS White, lots 312. 21 6. 218,
1130, and pt of lots 60 and 218, 35000
Holiday Goods. Dr. E. Dillon A Son
have replnr.ishrd lhJr stock and offer at greatly
reduced j rice?, a most complete assoitiueut of
Holiday present. Absolutely not undersold
any one in the trade.
Th Annual Sabbath Sohool Festival of
SL Paul's Church took place on Chriatmsn Eve,
services commencing at 6 o'clock. Abeauti
ful Christmas Tree hung with presents formed
ao attractive feature of the occasion. The prin
cipal object of these snnual festivals is to pre
sent the offerings that have been contributed
by the children during the year for missionary
purposes each Sunday School of the Episco
pal church devoting their offerings to the edu
cation of some particular child in the African
MitKton. The amount of the offerings present
ed Christmas Eve. was $39 06.
The services opened with devotionalexereises
conducted by the Rector. Tbe singing of the
children was accompanied by the organ through
the assistance of Mr. Fbid. H. Dobs, After
this the classes with Emblems and Mottoes,
presented their offering to the Rector, Rev. C
H. Yooito, who addressed each in turn in a few
appropriate remarks, This exercise was gone
through with in the following order :
Infant Class "Little Sowers of Good Seed
Mrs. Tyler, Teacher. "
Emblem A glass hauging-basket filled with
Motto "Blessed are they that sow beside
(This class numbered about 50 Fcholars.)
Children of th Cross Miss Roberts. Teacher.
Emblem Cross entwined with flowers. .
Motto "He that taketh not up his crocs and
followeth sfter me, is not worthy ot me.
77is TAtUrsn of lite Lord Miss Tyler.Teacher.
Emblem A minister, pulpit with a Bible,
sorroonded by little enildrcn.
Motto "Come ye children hearken unto me,
I will tea-h yon the fear or tbe Lord.
Chttdren of ZUm Miss Everett, Teacher.
Rmhlnm A Golden Harp.
Motto "Praise the Lord upon the barn, sing
to the harp with psalm of thanksgiving.'
ChUdrtn of ths Covnant Miss Norton
Emblem A Font.
Motto "Ye are the children of the Covenant
Cross and Crown Miss Brown, Teacher.
Emblem Cross and Crown.
Motto "If any man will e.ime after me, let
him deny himself, and take up nis cross and
And when the chief Shepherd shall appear
ye shall receive a crown ot glory tuat tauetn
not away. '
LiUle TravnUtn ZionmtrdiU. Quig.Tea'cher.
Motto '-Let ns run with patience the race
Lthat is set before us looking unto Jesus.
The Peart Seekers Miss Hicks, . Teacher,
Emblem A Crown of pearls.
Motto "Pearls of great price."
77m Thirsty Travelers Miss Grant. Teacher:
Miss Amsden. pro tem.J
JUmDiem w en curD on a rtiDio.
Motto "Whoso vever drinketh of the waters
I irive him, shall never thirst, but the water I
shall give him, shall be in bim a well of water
springing op into everlasting lite.
Carrier Dove Miss Justice Teacher.
Emblem A white Dove standing on ever
greens witn a small basket containing otter
Motto "Behold 1 onug unto you clad ti
dings," for unto you is born this day in the
city of David, a Savior which ia Christ the
Lord. (Lnkez, 11, vs 1
Learners of the Word Miss Young, Teacher,
Emblem An ol en Bible.
Motto "Teach the Scriptures for in them ye
think ye have eternal life, and they arc they
which testify or me.
"Open thou mine eyes that I may behold
wonderous things out ol tby law."
ChUdrtn ot the Church Miss Buckland,
Emblem A Church.
Motto "Be ye therefore followers of God, as
dear children; and walk in love, as Christ also
hath loved us, an offering and a sacrifice to God
for a sweet smelling savor.
Reapers for Christ Miss Topping, Teacher,
bniblem Sheet or wbeat and sickle.
Motto-' He that goeth forth and wepelh bear
ing precious seed, shall doubtless come again
asresba SAiAiaini) rtvinrsittft T ia call AO f o witl n-iim
11,14 TTJ - I Uaj Wlisjgiuej, u OUWIB VIIU ''!
The Truth Betktrs Miss Wilson, Teacher.
Emblem-A Bible on a silver stand, surround
ed by a wreath of myrtle.
Motto "Vhat is iruihT "ihy word is
Bible Class Mr. John Flaugber, Teacher.
Emblem An open Bible and Lamp.
Motto 'Forever, O, Lord, thy word is stt-
tled in heaven." "Tbe entrance of tby words
givelh light; it giveth understanding unto the
simple.' Vs. 119, B, I3U.
After these services were closed, the Christ'
mas Tree was undressed and the gifts, something
like 150 in number, distributed to the fcholars.
This closed a pleasant annual episode in this
The number of ssholara is sbout one hundred
and thirty, with an average attendance of from
ninety -five to one hundred. - '
i em i s . i
Death of Mrs. Gunning. Our obituary
notices ibis week contain an announcement of
the death of Mrs. Mi.xnh GusxiKb, which oe
curred iu Springfield, Mass., on the 6th inst.
Our Fremont readers will remember this lady
aa a teacher iu our public schools a few years
since. We believe she was married at the res
idence of Thio. Claff, Esq , iu this city, and
was highly esteemed for the many beautiful
traits which adorned her character. The North
ampton (Mass.) Gatetts of the 11th pays the
following tribute to her memory : . ,
"The many friends of Prof. W. 0. Gunning.
who for a short time last summer, was one of
our citizens, Will hear with sorrow of his great
bereavement, tbe loss ot biswite-. she died last
Thursday at Haynes' Hotel, Springfield, sfters
short illness. - in ber death the world is a loser,
for she thoroughly identified herself with her
husband's favorite pursuits, bringing to his as
sistance the wealth of an intellectual, educated
and refined mtnd. A hne scholar and possess
ing the magnetism of a noble nature, she wou
the love of all who knew her. This was mani
fested in the tender devotion of the family of
Mr. Haynes, who bestowed npon ber, a compar
ative stranger, the most careful and assiduous
attention in tbe days ot ber illness. . w e dare
not invade the sanctity of the chamber of death
but suffice it to say, the perfect composure man'
ifiested by her at Death's approach, the exprea.
sions ot boiy laiin, me illumination ol r.er
whole countenance as she drew near the Better
Land are proofs of the reality of a brighterand
happier existence for those who 'die the death
of the righteous."
Iiist Of Lie Iters remaining uncalled for
in the Fremont Post Office, on the 27th of Dec.
Bowman Kate Mrs; Bice John; Bowman H
L Mrs; Benway Sarah E Mrs; BrocdLB; Burk
hart M B; Birley John; Beagle John; Col ins
Cool man Thomas A; Call David; Denney J P
Mrs; Deakins John W; Davis George; Fry Jo
seph; Fickes Ja-ob; Gand Jas H; Gray Lomis
Hit; Hutcbins J Prof; Hetrick Philip; Hettin
ger John; Jackson R M Miss; Levyn J B; Mar
tin S G; Maney Susan Miss; Newman Frauk;
Provonsha Jonas; Powers W H; Redrup i Sun
Reed Israel; Rogers Wnj; (juincy George;
Snyder Susan Mrs; Schiil John; Strohn Lettie
Mrs; Stiffler Aaron; Southard Bell Mrs; Thomp
son Martha Mrs; Wadsworth W B; Witman
John; Wing Sarah; Wolcott Mary.
Library Association. Notice is hereby
given that an Amendment to Article 2J of the
Constitution of the Library Association will be
fferud at tbeanuual meeting on the first Mon
day in January, providing that the initiation
fee for Ladies shall be two instead of three dol
lars. ' 51 w2
Ota Rollersvills CosafcsrostiKNT writes
thus : As you are striking upa correspondence
ith the neighboring villages I will try and
give you an occasional item of interest from this
section of country. Home news is the first to
altiact, and it is a noteworthy fact that the in
terest of the county is our own interest, and
are glad to see that you are giving attention to
the local news. People sometimes say "this is
nothing bnta county paper not worth re.il
ing." But when it gives the proper attentiou
to home matters it is always the first to be pe
rused, and the large city newspapers have to
wait their turn. All the readers of the Jour
nal remark that the preseut editors are giving
more space snd more attention to local matters.
and are gratified accordingly. It is evident to
every one that they are putting forth efforts to
make the paper worthy of the support of tbe
people of the county, and be assured those ef
forts will not be in vain. Your paper will soon
become a necessity to every man who keeps
pasted on the affairs of thecouuty, and your
subscript isn list will be jncreAsed accordingly.''
New Ghnrch Our Methodist friends hsve
bought the old Belle vue tavern stsnd and are
preparing to erect a fins brick edifice on tbe site
the coming season.
Aooident. Christmas morning Fbani Fua
Olson a brakemaa on the local freight was en
deavoring to couple on a loaded car standing on
tbe track, his right arm was caught crushing
snd tearine it io a terrible manner. Dr. Gooa
son was called and dressed tbe arm.
-Th Ladies' FesUral and Fair held at
Sumner Hall last Tuesday evening for the bene
fit of the Congregational Sabbath School, proved
a grand success, as everything does they under
take. Amount of money received about $350,
$180 of which was clear of all expenses.
Flooded. A portion of our village is again
inundated by the late heavy rains of Saturday
night and Sunday, the water being three feet
deep on a portion of Weat Street Thia frequent
flooding of our town by water that does not
belong here, is provoking a controversy that
must end sooner or later in getting rid of this
Query. Wonder whether the weather or
whisky had anything to do with carrying the
Journal throngh to Cleveland and back Satur
day evening, or whether the new route agent is
trying to bring the Journal over to "my pol
iiv " Ytv "aarinoHno' if rnnnrl thai rire.laj "
"VI J o-"o
Alarm or Fit it. About 8 o'clock a. m., of
the 2 1st inst., an alarm of fire was given. Jo-
BfcFH Di'Fxaih'b frame building on Main street
was discovered on fire. Tbe fire, fortunately,
had made but little headway, and by time'
ly aid was suppressed with trifling loss,
. Ths Gband Dkdicatiok Ball at Clyde Hall
Tuesday evening was a splendid success. The
spacious room was full. Those who love to
"trip the light fantastic toe," will bear in mind
that a New Years' Bill will be given at the
same Hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 1st, 1867.-
Abbestxd. Daxirl Pbtees, ofYorkTown-
ahip.was arrested Dec. 26th, 1866, on tbe charge
of living in a state of fornication with a certain
Ribbcca Weeks he being a married man and
she a single woman. Pktibs was brought be
fore Esquire Zifhibnicx at Clyde, when he
plead guilty to the charge, and was held to bail
in the sum of $1000, in default of which he
went to Fremont.
Dkatb or an Old Citizhs. William Hamki,
one ot the oldest innaoitants oi oanausxy
county, died at his residence iu Clyde, Wednes
day, Dec. 2(nb, at theage of 75 years. Mr. Ha
meb was one of the first settlers here, aud tbe
little town from which Clyde came was named
after him as "Uamers Corners. He was
very widely known perhaps more so than any
citizen of Clyde. Ia June last, Mr. H's only
daughter died of consumption. From that day
the old gentleman went down.
Entertaismbnt Noist Bovs. The enter
taiumeut given by the members Clyde Lodge I
O.G.T.Tuedayeve. last week were very Bucess-
ful. The essays, readings etc., was highly com
mended. We failed to hear half the perform
ance, owiog to occupying a bick seat a' joining
a crowd of boys, who kept op a continual "gab
bling," scufHiug, etc. It would be a blessing if
there could be an entertainment in. Clydo where
boys, ranging from 6 to 16 years, would not be
permitted to keep up a continued uproar
Where are their parental
MisoMc. The following earned officers elect
of Clyde Chapter No. 90, Royal Arch Masons,
were installed on Monday evening of last week
for the ensuing year :
J. W. Forster, High Priest ;
R. E. Severance, King ;
C. W. Page, Scribe ;
Char.- Birdsall, Captain of tbe Host;
M. Beuuer, Principal Sojourner ;
Z. T. Brush, Royal Arch Captain ;
Milo Hunter, Grand Master 3d V.;
Geo. Colvin, " ' 3d V.;
S. P. Wattring, " " 1st V.;
W. W. Wales, Treasurer ;
O. W. Harrison, Secretary ; .
R. M. Bercaw, Guard.
A Vigobols Mail Agist. Those interested
in the prompt delivery of mail along the C. t
T. R. R., must feel highly gratified at the efnc
iency displayed by the newly appointed Mail
Agents for the route. Under their admirable
management, it takes irom two to three days
for letters and papers to get to Clyde from Fre.
mont, and rice versa. In fact there is no cer
tainty when letters or papers may come. The
chief fault seems to be in carrying Matter past
the office. A great portion of the mail which
ought to be delivered irom me western trains,
now comes from the east at a good old age.
unless tbe ntw incumbents "wake np, we
hope another change may be made.
Christmas Christmas Eve was Celebrated
in Elmore by Christmas Trees in tbe Dieciple
and Methodist churches. Both were crowded
to their utmost capacity. In the former the
tree was very handsome, and was literally
loaded with presents, among which was a fine
unabridged dictionary for the mur.h belovrd
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pastor, Rev. Mr. Lows, who received it with
appropriate remarks. The tree in the Metho
dist Church was large and arranged with good
taste, and the gifts were appropriate and beau
tiful. The singing of the children at both
churches was very fine and showed careful
training. On Christmas the stores overs closed
all day. Iu the evening the United Brethren
celebrated the occasion by a Christmas Tree.
The church was well filled and the evening
passed very pleasantly.
SnocKiNo Death. On the morning of tbe
23.1, the community was much shocked by the
intelligence that the wifeof Mr. Obbin Wright
had drowned herself. She had been for some
time very low with typhoid fever, and just at
daylight her husband laid down for a few min
utes' rest and fell asleep. In about twenty min
ute he awoke and found his wife gone. Search-
through the house and not finding her, he
went out and in passing the well, which is very
shallow and full of water, to his horror discov
ered hr there and d owned. Taking her out
tbe water he raised the alarm and called in
the neighbo'P, but it was too late to restore life.
Mrs. Wright was au excellent woman, one of
the bet of neighbors, always a constant attend
ant upon the sick, and ready for any good work.
She leaves a large circle of bereaved friends.
There is no doubt that she was delirious, and it
thought that the fear that her two children
who were sick, with the fever, would die led
to commit the act.
Aix'idf.nt. On Monday of this week O. S.
Baktlett, Esq., while hauling corn fodderTrom
is farm to his residence in this place, fell from
the lead and dislocated tbe wrist and fractured
bone of bis left arm.
Tut: 1'okk Tbadk. Messrs. R. Smith at Co.,
e having a busy time in their Packiug House
are buying large quantities of dressed hogs,
beside having slaughtered between six and
seven hundred Ihemselve?.
Shooting Match. There will be a grand
shooting match held at Washington Station on
New Years day, held by P. A. Overmyer and
others for the benefit. of the sporting public.
All good marksmen are especially invited to at
tend, and have a gord time. Plenty of tnrkies
and some money prises for the champion . Pome
one, pome all and, bring the big gun.
Another Fir. The fire seems to be after
Mr. J ut sm am Gubs with a vengeance. Only a
few weeks ago, as we noticed at the time, his
fine barn was burned to the ground, involviug
considerable loss, Last Friday hia dwelling
house came near sbsring ths same fate, about
one o'clock that afternoon his house caught fire,
from a stove pipe, and got nnder such headway
that for awhile it defied a'l efforts to control it,
but by dint of perseverance and quick, hard
work it was put out before a great deal of dam
age bad been done. Ths loss will smount to
$100 to $300. , .
Go to IVarrea'a
if you want nice
If yon want to buy good Clothing cheap, go
to T. P. Whits New Store.
Go to Warren's if you want cheap
Something New. Beautiful Melodeons at
$90, and warranted for five years; also Organs,
Pianos, and everything in the Music line, at No.
3 Buckland'a old block. 50
Warren fc Co. keep the nicest good
in the city, and sell them cheap.
Oysters, Oyster.. Holt and Maltby's
celebrated oysters can be bad from 25 to 30 per
cent, cheaper than any others in tbe market, by
calling at Perry Close's Grocery Store. Fresh
suppl'es received every day by express. Deal
ers cannot find a better place to to supply then
selves for the holiday trade. tf.
Warren 6c Co. No. 4, SL Clair's Block,
have just opened a splendid variety of Christ
mas Presents. A fins stack of fresh groceries at
If yon want to buy Hoop Skirts, Hoods
and Nubias, at cost, go to T. P. White's New
Store, 3d door north of Post office. Farmer's
produce taken, in exchange.
J nit arrlwed from New York.
Warren A Co. are now opening afresh supply
of Teas snd Sugsrs good snd cheap.
Fin) Paintings Fine paintings snd pic-
tares of all kinds for Christmas and New Years'
presents, at E. L. Cboss' Jewelry store-, So. 3
Buckland s old biock. , 50w3
If you wsnt to buy good Boots and Shoes, and
all warranted, go to T. P. Wlrra'a New Store.
Rich and Beautiful Presents for the Hol
idays, at the Music and Jewelry store of E. L.
Caoss, No. 3, Buckland'a old block. Go and
see them. 50w3
Auction, . Anction t-C. M. . Wadswobtb
will sell ths remainder of his stock of Crockery
and Glass Ware at Auction on Saturday even
ing. Those who want to buy articles in his
line cheap, should not nezlect this opportunity.
ss Wapswobtm is bound to sell out his stack
before he moves into his new store.
A Happy New Tear. We warrant a
hsppy new year to those of our readers who
boy a good suit of clothes at Minx's Clothing
Store in the Post Office Building. . He keeps a
fine assortment of goods of the best quality and
sells cheaper than the cheapest. Go snd see
his stock of overcoats, undercoats, vesta, pants,
and all articles of a gentleman s outfit and you
will not fail to buy. 53w4
Christmas Presents Useful snd beautiful.
Hermon, 8mith Wilson have an endless va
riety of Knit Woolen Goods, such as Breakfast
Shawl, Nubias, Fancy Hood. Scarfs, Alexan
dria, Ac., which they are offering st greatly
reduced prices. Call and see them. .
Great Cost Sale of Dress Good
for 30 Days. Hermon, Smith A Wilson,
in order to close out their stock of Winter Dress
Goods fuch as Merinos, Cuprous Cloths, Para
mattas, Saxony Goods Plaids, snd all winter
dress good, have determined to offer them for
30 days at New York cost. They hsve the fin
est assortment of these goods io the market,
Good Breed. P. Close is now receiving
some extra brands of Flour from the West,
which he is selling at from one to two dollars
per barrel less than the market price. All lov
ers of Good Bread are iuvited to call. A lib
eral deduction will be made to the wholesale'
trade. ' 51tf. -
A Stride Forward. Cleveland is certainly
making a stride forward in retailing goods. Tbe
prices at which I. 1. Sherwood, Of Cleveland,
selling goods has drawn a large trade to
Cleveland. At present he is making the lar
gest sale of Merinos, Silks, and Poplins ever
made in the west. The Memo's he is selling
85 centfost $1 40 to import. The dress Silks
$1 are quite equal to any in the market at
$175. There has been no greater bargains this
season than the Irish Poplins at $1 50. They
cost ft2 50 to import, a few daya since. Sher
wood purchased the satire stock of an importer
Dress Uoods. He is selling flaid Alpacas,
and Mobair Dress Uoods at and 2o cents,
mods that cost 50 and bO cents to import
Sherwood s Blanket trade 'alone would be a
Dec 23d: by Rev. E. Bushnell.Slr. Oscab F.
MtLLisand Miss Licinda Smith.
On the 25th Dec, 1866, by the Rev. . llosh-
nell, Mr. Craus Thompson, snd Mii-s AsssDo-
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On the 25th inst., by tbe same, Mr. Eli as B,
MooBE,and MissAMioiAFBT,bothof BallviUe
Dec 25tb, at the Methodist Parsonage by
Rev. J. Wykes, Mr. Fabi'k Cab dost to Mias
Mabt Swabtslakdkb, both of this county.
On the evening of Dec 23d. 1866, at the resi
dence of the bride's father Mrs. Mabt E. Swkkt
Townsend, and T. P. Dsmoss, of Pulaski Co,
On the 25th Dec. 1866. at the Lutheran St.
John's Chorch, by Rev. H. Long, Mr. Fskd
Hill and Miss A on its shokmaxeb, both of this
By the same, at the Lutheran Parsonage, Mr.
Millcb Mktzgkb and Miss Matilda A. Cook.
both of the vicinity of Greensburg.
Also D-e. 13th, Mr. W11. Ki ai P and Miss
Mary M. Ledbbmax, both of Rice Township.
In Springfield, Mass., on tbe 6th of Decem
MixMB 8., wife of Prof. W.- D. GuDning,
iged 27 years.
At Bellevue, Huron county, Ohio, on 2Uth
inst., st the residence of her son-in-law, J. L
Ripley, Mrs. Brtsit Ccbtis, widow of the late
Oapt. Daniel Curtis, sgod 86 years, 8 mouths
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
WBBAT,..No.l,f3,eo, No. 3,120. No. I 2.00
PurH, per barrel $11,60 to $18 10
Cobs, old, shelled, par bushel......
Coax, new, ta th Ear.............
Bra, par suphsl .......
Oat, per bushsl...... ...... ...,
Esss, per doten
Car au, per pound..
Dbbssxs Hoes, par hundred.......
Labd, per pound
Salt, par barrel. ....... ...........
Flax Sbkd, par bushel............
Tibotbt Sbid, per bushel
Clovbi Sisd, per bushel
Haus, Smoked, per pound .....
FoYATOSS, per bethel .
Ast-lbs, Braea, per bushel
Do.. Dried, per pound
Bbbsw ax, per pound. ............ .
Dp. . Dressd,j,rBopd .....
TcaBBTB, Lis, spiscs .....
Wool, per pound... ........... ...
..74 to 80c
... to 31e
. Pine, fi M
...JO to lie
... 40 to 60
1 OOal 40
..... .... .'.4Sa4
$3 00434 00
Hat, par tea, ,
Wood, pur cord,.. ...........
Fbbsb Fish, per pound 7980
80RQBTM, par gallon........... ........40C60 -
Corrra, Bio, par lb.... ... ... ....2SJ2
" Java ....4018
SreAB, brown by bbl, V lb,. 10, 12,al
Bloa, per Tb l...i..H
Macbxbal, H bbU. Jt0
kl........... &..... IMS
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STRANGE, BUT THUS.
I very young lady andrsatlsman la the United State
oaa hear eonMlhiag vary much to their advantage by re.
tars mail (fir ef thargs,) by aUrwslngUi anderalgn
sd. TaoaanavUg fear of aoing kanrbufg4 willaolif
ky aot aotMag this eard. All others wLU please address
tbeir obedient servant, THOfl.T. CHAPMAN,
2Syl.ar Ul Broadway, Mew Tor.
The Coafeeelone and Ex perlemee of
Invalid ruhliaked far th BerneSt an a a Caatioa
to yoaag vies an4 otksrs, wh suffer front Nervous De-
V.Uty, Premature Deeay ( Mannoe4, ., (applying at
tb sasm ttm th Mean of SelfcCure. By on who has
eared bunas If after undergoing considerable qaaekrry.
By anuloslag post pal addressed snvelope, single eop-
les, free of charge, may be had of the author.
MATHAMUL MAT PAIS,
SylimpJ Brooklyn, Kings Oo., N.
A Card to Invalids. A Clergymaa, whit re
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safe and alarpl remedy for the our of Nervous Weak-
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baneful and visions habit. Great numbers has ansa
already eured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a de
sire to benefit tb rBitd and unfortunate, I will sea
the recipe for preparing and using this medicine, la a
sealed envelop, to aay one who need lt,ree . aAare.
rieaUMlosa pov-paia envelope, aaareesea so
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Oa Woaa Lobbsuss. Much atekne, undoubtedly, with
children sad adults, attributed to other eaaaei, is -aaaioned
by worms. Ths Vamnrcos Courirs,"ai though
effeetnal la destroying worms, oaa ds ao posaibls injury
to the moat dalloeat ehild. This Taluabl combtaatlea
has bees mceeiifally used by physicians, sad found to be
atis sn4 sure in eradicating wormavM hurtful to chtlcraa.
ChUauraa having; Warns, rsqulra Immediate at
tention, aa neglect of the trouble eftea eauses prolo ged
si ca seas.
Symptoms of Warm la Ckllelrea are often over
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raeaedy. Th eombtnatloa of ineredlaat need la aaak.
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CURTIS at BROWN, Proprietors, New Trk. Sold by
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manned for 11 monthe in th Ltbby Prism, and was
there attacked by Dyspepsia in its worst form, and so ds
hilitated that he could not walk on m tara, atate th
he haa been entirely cured by Oo' Dyspepeia Oar.
Ore Schenck'i Mandrake 71118
Substitute for Calomel.
These Pills ere composed of various root, having the
power to relax tb secretions of th l.ver s promptly and
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ing any sf tkoaa disagreeable or dangerous effects which
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In all bilious disorders thesl Pills may to and with
cor, fid. nee, a they promote th discharge ot vitiated
bile, and remove these obstructions from th tlver sud
biliary daeta, which ar th cans ot billion affect! oes
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all disorders of the Liver, Indictted by sallow akin, coat
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In sbo:t, the Pi ll may be nasi with advantage in all
ease wbeej s purgative or alterative medicine is required
Please observe, when purchasing, that tb two like
wee of th Doctor, on when la th but stag of Cob-
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are on the Government stamp. .
Sold or all Drnctista and Dealers, nnce Il.oO rer bot
tle, or $7,30 th half dosea. All letters for sdviee should
r addre.ee ' to Dr. Schenrk's Principal OOce, No. 14
Nona eta street, rnusaeipti:s,,
Lyon'i Periodical Drops.
The Great Female Remedy for Jrregularilies.
mHESI DROPS are a eclentiftcallv eomnounied Inid
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at a sr. eonnai
considered by all who know
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us promonoa ot neaiio, regularity anu acrengui. ar
elicit directions statins when they n-av be need, and n
alainin. when and whr thT atould not. nor oonld not
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Ing from Self-Abuse, c By rKJBKKT i. CULVER'
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Th world-renowned suthor, la this admt-aM Ie
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BUUnfS, oy auurvwug
boas... V.S1.ISI aiAl
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, To Consnmptiwes.
Th advertiser, having been restored to health In few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for
several yeara witn a eere-a lung enaction, ana that dread
di cease. Consumption is anxious to maks known to hi
fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
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preparing sad using th t.me, which they will And a
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to benefit the afflicted, and spread information wh'ch
he conceives to be invaluable, and bone every Batterer
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Parties wishing the prescription, FREE, by r-tnm
mall, will please adorer Kev. nuw aku a. WILSON,
Thirty Lines of Common Sense.
Reader, hiving glanced over th editorial snd th
mar ia this Joernat, you turn to th adveruaetnsnta,
saying to yourself, 'Thai ar published by th writers
serve thalr own interests.'
Perhaps so. Bet it is ao lees true that U concerns sear
JUerft tt ret (Ass (Airly hnee. If you ar healthy tt
presumed you wish to eoattoa o. If lick of coarse
you d scire to be r-lived. In either oaa It la imp .rtant
yon to knew that H03TK TTER'S BITTERS an ths
sifeit, surest and best ton's and alt a-ativ ever adTsr ic
in any country. Thia is a period of th year when
strongest seed aainvlgoraat.
It can scarcely be necessary to urge upon th weak
and ailing tb importance of acquiring bysa'e umn
strength which nnaatiUd Nature dsate thm.
who are thus cireu 0:1 'Ance-l ar lovital ti ;iv :i .
trta a trial. Befc they hav taken the elixir
daya. In onformity with the airections, they w il
knowledge with gratitnte ita general operation. I
will and that it imparts mental as wU aa aerroui sn
and resulatesall theinmal function almirablr.
This is the exje'teoceof tb debilitated aud depressed,
and in making thee atatament to. proprietors 01
echo th language of innuoserable testimonials. 49w4
A Cough, A Oold, or
A Sore Throat,
Rkquibxs laasniATB attkntiov,
AVD BHOt'LD BS CBESSID.
' r ALLOWED TO OONTISTB,
Irritation of the Lungs, A
Permanent Tlt'oal Dla
ease, or Conanmptlon
IS OFTBX tbb bistlt-
BAVIXQ A DIKSOT IKFLUXNCI TO THX FARTS,
OITX IXBjmiATI BXLIxr,
For Br.uchllia, Aajthma, Catarrh, C.n-
.umptlve aad Tarewt PImbm,
lEOCHtS ABB VIS W.TB ALWAYS BOOB SUOCSrS
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
Snd TVscies useful in clearing th vole whea
takes before Singing or Speaking, and relieving tb
throat aTcr an unusual exertion of tbe vocal organs.
Trtcket ar recommended and prescribed by
Physicians, and have testimonisls from eminent ma
throughout Ue country. Bslrg an artle'.e of true
merit, and having prettd theirtffiacy by a t'st of
many years, each year Buds them ia new IccalUtia
various part of th world, aud th TVedacs an
universally pronounced better than other articles.
Obtaib only "Baows's Bkoxcuial Troches," and
not take any of th WurlUeu tmitmtitnt that may '
ooered. Sold btebtwbBB- 4km6arJ
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one of th best books for Agents ever published in
oonntry, Exnlustve territory may be secure,' bv ad.
dressing B. B. BUiSELL 4t Co, PublUher. Pastoa,
Mass. - 4aw4aap
WANTED A cists $"6 to $200 per month for Crn
tlemen, aot S36 to $,6 for Ladies, everywhere, to
Introdu,ce the Common Sens Family ewing sfaebine,
improved aad perfected. It wHl hem. fell, stitch, wuilt,
bind braid, and emUrod er baautifully-r-pric only to
making IKlastw lock stitch, and folly warranted for
three year We pay the abov wage, or s aommimtoa,
from which twic that am nnt eau ba made. Addiws.or
tit oa on 0. BOWIR-i CO, Ofl Bio. sat South Fifth
street, Philadelphia, Pa. All leturs answered prompUy,
witk circulars aat wraa.-Ajmijoy.Coe C.
E. K MOORE,
Ha TINS parebaMd th wall known Crockery 8 tor ef
1. W. Bowlu At 0. ia prepared to aapply the sit
rseo of Sandusky and adjoining oountie with
Britennia-Ware, " Plated-Ware
; " TABLE CUTL.EBY,
LAMPS, &C, &C.
WI HAV1 OH BASO THE '
Largest S to e
" Ewer Brought to Fremont,
aad ar receiving daily, direct Cram the -TtTTTTB.
an BIBUS .1 -v
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
which wears selling at prices thet- -' "
IDEsTbT COJIFKTsTlO.t. - .
Ws bar a large aad wall selected
STOCK of lamps;
GOOD SUPPLY OF OIL.
WekeepeverrthlB! la our line and esillt as cheap
aeaa b had ta North era Ohio.
Cora in and examineour Stock aad yoa will tad th
sad th ' "
to a found in tbi market
a connection with the above a will 1 thi
Croghan Mills Flour,
1 the wall
manufactured by Hoora k Dean, (formerly Moors At Val
letta.) All otr dour is made from No. 1 wheat and is
guaranteed to giwestisfsct.on. -W
will keen eonstantlv on hand at Wholesale and
small, lour, tirabam, torn Meal, Bran, c
Don't forget tic Place,
- !Vo. 2,
Vallette, Moore tt Rawson Blck
E. R. MOORE.
Frkmokt. Mtreti 23, 1RA8. 12yl.
tlT SCPCaiOHJTrBEET, -
'' . orpKB .
this season, to oat of fna Buyer, la the tOW
PRICE at which tbev ar. veiling their goods and the
msgnttud orthetr stock, wmci oomprtsea the moat ae
Slraote mass sal latest aovtiti ia
- EMPRESS OLOTHS
, IN THE MARKET.
We invite a call and examina
tion of our Goods,
NEW GOODS DAILY
al est 'Styles
To o ouatomr is
SHAWLS, Ac, "
thsy ar imparted.
R. GRISWOLQ & CO.,
91T Superior Street,
SetTbet , 186.
Home Iasurauee Company
OF NEW YOfiS.
29tA Hetd-Jnnuvt Statement, slewing th Con'
diihon of the Company on As 1st dap
of jJy, 1866.
Cash Capital, ja, 000,000,00
A vary larre per eentof th asset of th Cosnpany.
consist in Bond and Mortgage and Caitad States
This Company by It efBctaotofioer aadaiea at bma.
and its SC.Q1S ab.oi. hssboilt up an avgsataattasi so
swsl to aeee ia th VnUtd 3t1et for fBSailsaoT and
All pron nekine: Intaranc should aasw ber tbe
Home, of New York.. .-
CUAB1.CS J. KABTlM.Pveaddaat,
A. r. WILatARTH, Vice Preen dent.
Joa HoSaa, Secretary. -L
H. Wasbscbx, Asst-Soc'y.
K. W. B. Mel.KI.I.Aft, AfSatt.
n rremcnt, Aug. IS, ISCS.
Mattlejall Billiard & Dining
tOvsc Perry Close's W but sal Grocery Store.)
ITAKK6RKAT FLKASIKV la aaaoaxriag to th pub
lie that I have ample helittee to aavweaedete thein
nsajtd custom of th fall aid WlatorSn.cn, sad la
amd that oar establishment snail maintain it A 1
Warm Meals at all Hours.
Termer, will Ind "Marble FslI" Jast the plaea to gat a
food sqnsr meal whea they eeme to tosra with their
Tim OsAUias' aooti. v
We nave a room ia Marble Ball eepeclally Sttod Bp ss
a Ladlee Saloon.
Oystors served np tnanystylad sired. Freeh Oyster
received dally by express. Oyttars for sal by th aaa tt
T rsoeont, On Sept. 2S, 1864. SSmS. ;
BELLEVUE A DVTS.
At Ruction I
-t At Store of
. FRAZIL; J OINT,
IN BELLEVUE, OHIO,
Mext Door West of the rest nfic. la Ceedesa's BieeS,
- Commesclns on th SStk of Deeetiber aad .
continuing nniil all are enld.
iVb Humbvy about this. - Goods at
:. ' ' for-Cctht''
Raving rveatly d inasvd of my stack ot ItlltlbSr snd
Fanev Gtrida to kits. ElnxsV. SBld da.irln am iUm a
my unsinse foe th purpose of aneugiag ia aaotber
tme us toe rprta. i an sow .mtiag alarg. stoeB off
GENTLEMES tVRSlSULXQ GO0D3
AT AUCTION !
Th Stock Is Lava, aai the Gen Is Msw. enselstlti .
of ; ... - . ; ;
Hats A t'. furs, Glr-ves, Shirt, Drawer
- A'cck- 'J its, da. Also Boots and Shoes,
0 assorfnienl and ths
" - . latest styles.
Bellevue, Dee. S I 40w4 ' , FRAKI JOIST.
, POROELAUSt .
I'tK" " " "' Jtersrss, gn sad tee
They ar th finest pictures rsaje mad.. Ba au !,
Mcommodatoywawl'hane other kind tt nicsar. aot
apintb ' .
Particular atvnHogivs to copying. ,
rmont, CL 19, loS 42 1. A.D. WILtS. -
BLODGETT & CO., i
SAVE got their Photograph Rooma, Third Story
Nuns' Block, enlarged. Improved, and nettod
in receiving the eitleen of Sandusky ecantv ia
vast erswds, to ksv their , .
Pbotograptas Taken. "
It don't auk any d'fferrae if the weather
be cloudy orsttar, Blodgett C , oan saaka
a trstrats Plcrar for you. Coins and see.
BlodgeU k Co., wiU'mak. yoa a peHWet
picture from th amaUect to th largest atse.
oa the shortest aotioe. r Cvasaa4sa
Blodgett Co, have eases and frame sf , -si
1 styles and siaee Ooflie and see.
XW Remember, tb beet nine In riaemiu .
fietur take Is at Blodgett At Co's Rooms, ever Clsxk si
dgler's rttor. Bentlemea snd Ladisuinrttad: sdmlt
tanc,FRBK. C" Chi Idrsn's picture taken. Rooas
open from morning until evening.
Treinont,Msj TT, tSe.
Times of Holdina; Court.
TO th Clerk of tb Court of Common Picas within
and forth Count' Sandatky and Stoto of Obw:
hi ordered, that tb in of the Fourth Judicial
District of the Slat o, for ih vanr 1MT .
mence and ce keld as a:
- FIRST StBOlVIiilOW. :
la Ihe Coaaly r Xrte.
Distbivt Cocxt. On Moaday th 321 day of ApriL
Coaaos Plbas Oa Monday, th Vis, ;dy f Fhrs-
stondsy, th 1.1th of May. '
Moadsy th SOth of 8eptssnr.
la the Canty of Harosv.
'Distbict Cocbt. Oa Satarday tb 27th aay of April.
Cob box Plbi. On Monday the 4th day of March.
Tuesday th lllh day of Juno. '
Monday th 4'h day of November.
In (be Canary f Laca. .
Distbict Cocbt. Ob Monday th 13th of April.
Cosmos Puus Monday th 24 lb of Fekruarv.
Monday tb ZOtu ef Ms v. , . - '
Monday th 14th ot Odtober.
' ' In the C.wnty mt r4n dusky.
Distbict Cocbt. Satarday tb 30th day of April. -
!LI-i'?Z'"T UM,1Uho7 of Peerusry.
Moaday thaS'hof Mar. . '
Monday th 30th of gepteah
Iu the Co.nty.f Ottawa.
PiSTBicr Cocst. On Th ssday tb Sathday of ApriL
Coaaos Plbas. Oa Tuesday tb. 2fhh dsv f Mareh.
Tcy th 4th day 1 J,oe. 1 -
Taeeday the 31 day of October. . .
I a Ike C.naly f lyormla,
DiarxicT Cocbt On Tharday UwSatb day eg August.
Combos; Fi.rAS. On Thursday th 7th day of March
Thursday ta h day of Juae.
Thuntmy th 21st day ot Movember.
la the Caaatyar Medina. . . '
DlSTBIOT CTKT Oa Men dT the il dsv mt ."('-
Coaxos Plbas. Oa 1 hunday th gtst dav seT Fshra.
"Thursday th :Od day of Mar.
Thuralag the 7th of Moeembar.
In the Caanty of SarnuaU. "
Distbict Cocst. Oa Thanidar the nth ate. at a
tember. ... ' ' '
Coaaon PLu-Iusdav tb 29U c'av "af Jan
Tburaoay in la day of alar. .
Thursday ths 17th day of OcUbsr. '
, THIRD StBDITISIO'.
lathe Coamty of Cayahaaa.
Distbict Cocbt. Oa Tuasdsrth loth da. or sv
tomoar. ' v
Cob no Plbas. Oa Moadar tbe 11th ekv of Fahra.
Monday the lS'h y or rev.
Monday th 4th dv of Kc.-aW. . -
And that a copy sf thi order as pabllshed aecordfsr
law tor tbe period of four consecutive weak.. .
Witnees Ino fficial eigaatares of ail th Judge, af
aid Fou-th Judicial district, at tb Coemi PPu '
kieva auniea in in tiry or LUrralaaa. i. said Cuvaho
Coaaty, thia E'ghteeata dy of tfeptcabcr, A. Ill l&as.
Horacb Foots. Jutl Cornnnn a T
JsnaFiTca, TnosTAS EoLTe.vTcvitBSOB Brwj. juijea