Newspaper Page Text
CLEVELAND TOLEDO B.AII. BO AO.
QOntO EAST, t" I oio WW, s 1
lay Sxpreee... .:SA. (Chlcigo Kxpreet U IA.
UI1 l0.eSA. (wall....
. Y.Iipre.'. . .iSlrhtSir.t. . Jlr
LARK ERlIts l.OCISriLXBIU B.
r.edw,, . Ti)
. J ':
tnw, .....'.. :.
Ar. at rrmiat,.lC:U
rreaeoat, ... l:r.n.
Winlar........ Stli t
Avoir. : "
POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPES1MJ AND CLOSIRO 0 MAIM.
. .. CLOSES.
breach Mil ( . d"1' -
WT ltl going gatt. eloeea at
Tlire"i U golB Waet, eiace at ...
Way M.tl r'I eet,eloeeeet
, . - - OPKKB.
Throw Mail from the last oaeat t
Way kali fwn U Ea.t opent at
Through HU " " at.
. Way Mail from tho eet opentat......
,- ; . b I. X. B-
Maili tear oa tbe L B L K B at ...
Mailt arrive at
.. :90r a.
.1040 a. a.
,. t ja r. m.
.. VK0. a.
.. 1:30 a. a.
. lii'o a. a.
; , . . STAGS EOCTBS.
To Bollererilte, Tue.ilayi oi Frideye at 1 r. )
To Black Swamp, gatordaye, at ...... 1 A I
RelUrnaewervi ee ere regularly held the kiUcw
tag i hurrlire ta thie city, irmrj Sabbath, at th
Mxtsviiist VrieoeeaJ. Carets, corner af Market
aa4 Mats fueete; He, t- ina fuw, 10 a.
a, adil! r. a. Sunday School at a.a. Prayer mee
ting eVeua'aday aveasng.
Itsavvtaiav Caraea, corner Garrieoa mad Mala
Streets; Kn. S Braaxsxx., Pe.tor; lOX a and e X
r a rJondej befool at 11 a. Meeting every Wednc.
day ere. .
Bt Facfa (tiecorAi.t mxaca, Rr. C. H. Yorxw,
Reetnr, corner Maia and Conrt feV.reeta; 1X A. At.,
aad Sit r- a. SuatUy school at r. a. iieaturtavarj
a tdnielaj evening la th anuria.
MiroaaiD Cue BCD. Vroat Huwl, bftwwn Market
aad Johaetuwt;iwT. J . B. Taoarao. Paator; KH
A. B,aal r a- eundayeetwaiat a. a. Pisjat
aaausgararr Wadnaaiaj araiag. -
ttaaaaa Cararat, comrr Oak aad Coart 3Bti;
RaT.a.Uaaa.l'aitori 10iA a,aa4 7r.a.
Bt. Joaxra'i (Oatholio) Caraea, Croghaa St.;
He Snara Boaa,Paator; aiat. vwry morning at
'ekoek1 aa aaadaya and FaattTaii of Obligation, Low
Mau at o'alook a. a. riighor Sol.mn Mam at 10
o'elook A.a,(n Wutarat 10X;) Taaaaraat oolock
r. and. oaoaiioaaUj Banaawtloa at T r. a. Son
cay School at Sr. a.
St. Am (CATaoLio) Caraea, Stata Street, Bar. L.
r. D'Akct. Paaior; int AUai at 8 o'clock, a. .;
Baeond Uiga Mast at 10 o'clock, a. a. foulay School,
3 r. Veapara, 1 r. a.
LAND FOR SALE.
A Farm for Sale.
OVJ mile fro" tha tnsorporatioa c( rremoat,
kaoaa aataoBoharaon (aim. fcoqaire ol Ulram
haaerof B-lwrua, ' Dr. Baker of fremoat c
crer Perry Oleae'e ttrocry. tuu p. dj
THR deeirable Lit oa the soraer of Kiel and Stata
Street. Preesoat, le offered for pale. Aleo,oae
korae. Boggy and Harnett, a doable goa and aaoa
sa,000ihlnglM. For aartleolara aalt oo ir ddrai
tte aadtreigoed, reaiafnce corner Kim A State SU
Fremont, O. Mut OHATU L. WUOUWOKTH.
Dec. 7,16J 41U -
Ijand for Sale.
IOFFKK til aale forty aoret of Land adjoining the
County Hoate farm, and new tart of ajy farm, one
mile andahaUeaeiof fremout, oaUe UiTer Kuad.
1 1 hat 10 acraa of llrit-rale timif and M of cleared
Ian 1 aell fenced, ttamped, aod.in a good ttaU of Cnl
tiT.tion. e'vraalealalMrgalu. I). REYNULDS.
Farm for Sale.
THK aoaecriher oOert for rale hla Bae Farm of 300
aeree,t'tuated u aatt Towoanip, one mile north
i Grcooabarg. It ia well fnod. iiuprored, a dwell
waurad; hat M aerea of goo 1 timber, a gordorcoard
ol iniprored Unit, a gaod eopply of grajiet, pmehet
and all Tarietl-e of email fruita. The eaildinge are, a
rood frame hooea, two good bama and oat buiidinge,
all la aioeUeat repair. U N. BhYDtK.
Hot. -0, 1SSO. t.'tt pdlm .
Farm for Sale.
IorrEK for aale my Farm ef one hanred and
tixty acree KM) am of cleared land, in a high
..ate m cultivation, the balance in heary timbar
leing wiMiia thirty rodt of Fort Seaec aad withia
three-fan tha U a mile of a cool O'iet Mill and Saw
MilL There are oa the farm, two good Dwelling
ijoaooa Waeh aad BmokeHeuae. Ceil.r anriar thr
whole; 'Co-a Crib., Barn with ttr-ede. twe aereriaa
IncSnrins one forthe lltmte and or.e lor the earn
B j i . . i ii it ith...
oprtDfr nonee, vrenw. m , u . .
urii Anniaa. uhenwe. Peart, Uuineee. Peechea, Ac
For particular aa to tarmt eic, call oa ar addreet
nt fort CMaeca rottomcr, wmj, vum,
Dre. 7, 1868. a7po
Ho! For California!
ANV PERSON HOT withing to go to Callforaia,
can mi a good mr.jkl by ealliug oa the eub-
ecriaer at he le drtormiaed to grre tome one t bar.
wa a in baiiax hie (arm, ikaowaat the hhnuel Rer
do Ida FaTtal aiuatedabaattwoaadakalf miletaoath
f want (ram the noajiahing eillaTe of Ulyda. and
ahnnt See aad a haf miiea aoath aaet fmn the
City of Fremont, containing 111 erceof land, (1
mere coder lea"!, end the remainder timbered. Tnere
it oa the premiere a gooa irame afa.,eoatainuig mx
large rooma, beaiJa are amaLer anea, anoh at oav
tary, bed rooma and paa(riea, alro twe good, harm
am oat hoaera, two good weilc ot aerer .tailing water,
a gond oiatam; alan a plenty at pare -running aprtng
watar for etoek. About Ml large bearing app.e troaa,
paacb teee. ptamb and cubttt treea, alM aoat three
hundred ended peach tma, iarge aaongh to aet la
Aleo another tract -if laud of about tweaty-oae
ccrat laying nearly 'aout-iwaat from the Depot at
t'lrue. Tu iv ia aa thia pieoe oi Wad a good frame
huuee aj fi m acta, well Aaiehed, aleo, weaty
foarorrerKe .ppkrreea, which bear eaoiee fruit;
alao, aboat tweol.-ore .mau cpu, aw tour yeart,
all of the ahoiOMt kinda of fruit, aleo a lot of peach.
pear, plumb and cherry tree, and a eugar orchard of
about 90 large tnepie tref, and to make the little
place mora orairab.e atihV there ia a beautiful tprlcg
pouring out l:eHce eold water withia a tee feet of
the dwelling boast, making tnck aa ineiUng retreat
n a not eammer'e cay rjeneain me large apreamnc
hrancheof an Ancient Beech and willow, which
OTerthtdoet the bcrtig.
Toe aoore oraennw piaoR. iuw .uiu uig.uaer,
or ..paratety, to emt pnrehasere. For term, and
farther parueu lara enquire at tne juuhai. umfi.
8. M. KEY.OLU8.
Aug 1 lSdH n'SmO
Dissolution of Co partnership.
THR Cm partntabip heretofore ezietiog between
Juoe. Cuttle A ( o , In the Foandty aad Machine
thi. rta. Dae. lot. 1W1. aad hereafter the buei
will be carried aa by Jane A Co. All aeetleld
aecMnt ef the a Sore mentioted firm aiaat he ten
tied up immediately, or urey u n ent wiu aa e
toraey to aea le.
Sidney Wood worth's Estate.
ALL petaont baicg c'a:nu aginiit the abora
Eittate are aatiued ui pieeat th. euna for pay
ment 1o tba undereigoed; and all indebted ere noti
fled toe til and nil parmeat to the naweignad
without deley. KTI I.. WOODWORf H,
Kieeutril and Sole Legatee.
Court of Common Plea, of
Sandusky County, Ohio.
Oarar Ball. RobwtO. LeugliWn. Marietta lnchlin,
r The Cily al Freaaont Petitiim to rente eer
tain portion of Markrt H'reet, betvera Arch and
XT0T1CK lehtreby giten that 0ar Ba'l, Robert
S lughlin and Martelta Laegtllin on the 26 h
oar of December. A . D , ISM, Bird their p-Ulion in
' tbit eaet In theoClerk'aomee of the Curt of Com
mon I'leae ia anffor St ndueky County, State of Ohio,
netting fortn theieio among oliiet th .nre that Ihry
are the owner ol In-Lota o'i 81, 81 and in
the city of Fremont, 8nduek Coonty. Ohio, w fitch
paid low are bt nnded on tLe outh by Farket Street
jnMia cjtr. Alao tbat pet-tionere cone'.itnte ttfare
than two 1btr of t' a pronrietort of that portion of
the plat ot tiid city imnediatelr on the Nr.rlh of aaid
Market Street between Areh and Frct etreeta, in
tad city. Thatarcnrdirgtotheorginal plat of aaid
city, made and executed by tba proprietor, thereof,
Oet Id. 1"17, Market .treet waa deaigvated ee being
Jiinty feel wide exrept artweaaeaid Arcueao front
Street ah r. it .n one hundrerl and twenty feet
wl e, made ao by adding there o a etrip of land fifteen
feet wide on earn aide thereof and unaaoatd at
-Market fpaee." Tbettne tiaet of land aouth of
the wrth lloe of Ma: ket etrret wa. purchawl ft n
tba UniUdsla'e. th original proprietor, ef aaid
eity ntie crecit bt-rore lng laid off into lota and
atrietaeeaToreaairt, and that after it wa. ta liid off
the purcbaet money therefore became payable, an4
the ald proprietor, failing to pay the aema, ea'd
Und b-came forfeited to tba United Statee and eo
much of amid tnwa plat thereon beexnie rautei by
br each forfeiture. Tl.t afterwa d one Tliomtl
Ewi g.giin purcbaeed rai'i laud fiom the United
Stati a, and laid tba tame of into lot., .treelt and al
leje ti.d iedicatedlt a'gwiug'. Ar-ditlon.' Tbtc-c-rdlc
to the plat of aaid -fcwing'e Addition," Mr-
ket et-vet wa deeirnaled a. e xty nine fe.t wide
from tbe original north line Uirrr o'.end all tbat part
of original Mai ket .t. audvpaeerouth thereof, wan va
oiled and includtd in th loi. ninth of id t'.reet ae
oording to Mid "Fwing'. Additioo." That by aaid
reduction in the wiulb of Market .treet the mum i.
rendvred totally unfit for Vatket parpneee. and all
adtani.cee and I enrflla which mijrht otbrwiM have
accrued to ihe ri izrua of ..id city from tbe dm
thereof f ir market iMirt.o.ee hare bn kxt, and tbe
deelgnaad inu-ntiou ol the urtc-ieal proprieloie of
aide ty renJe.-ed 1 1 ni arxil. That at no time bat
aai'1 citr racired tn auti.or'ty oreontiol orcr i.ny
tartcf eaidetreet with relerence to ite ae for Mar--t
ptirpi are; lei'.tiet baa Ibr Katuoraiy partth-re-of
erer lo nd cr oi-CTpd for euch purpeea.
That for mjuy erart latt paat that rortion .l .lid
.IrMTtnoitb rf'it. g.iwral north line and between
raid Arch end Front a rectebaa bera excloMd by a
fence omen gentr.l north line !. u.rd and 'cfn
piedb; putitii n -rr ami tbiir g aotiiie a pa.-t of
tbeirrper'tTeUiU aforail. A ao tbat t. glt
trr. eift w. Ik. ard a'l oliitr iaiproTerenta isaJe and
enetructd t.n Mid .tre?t b ire betn ao made and
xnn.tioetrd et grrat raienee, ao : o.-d aud ccnpied
lor rnat.y yetre la.- : with pt:?l:ul -r re; -retee to
1 general n-irtb of aUU ntrt uu without re
g.rc U. ft. unef" t pur owie. Tfist l- the ra
rxtioocf that lJi.t r" xj-i ti?rel north f itrenrai
n?rtb line between iirchand Froat MnrvU, tbe
LOrth He' thereof r re uiide ttraigbt aud aeld
etrvet upi'onr! in wit. .1 throngbout, and enable peti
tl.oei. to build valvait e lijeiura. huiMiliga upou the
lire of raid et re t, thrrliy iacreeing the value of
nlitiguoui propettt end con'ocii' to :be g.ieia!
Inteieat t.f ttciil ci'y if Kreavont, wltlriut iloivg
auuwge to any p-fa or pr.-prty.
The prayer ol eaul p-ititwu intnii an murb of. aid
Milaetttirt eh-.'-li iia t.jrlh of t. gni-ial i.rrth
lee and bet we. n raii Arch and Fiont nlrrirte may be
Notice iii a"-o jtivi-u llta. a: l t.e'ili .n wi'l b-; f.r
)n a iii al til ni tr-n nt r.I tVa-t rf Ccil.imf.a
within tu'! I r i-a'J t'..ict.lT end r-'iati. abich
c uiini' iir-. iiBMift&iouoj ihe lith day ol FehruAry,
Aa.-Sj7- OS. A K BALI,,
J. IL Ba ktlitt, i tl'y for Petitioutia.
Fraooat, 0., Dat. io, lab iw4.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1867.
Tom and Count Matters.
- Paraonal. R. 0. H. Young, tha Pa,
for of the Episcopal Obarcli ha been Terr
aeriouelj sick. Wa are f larl to know that
he ti Bow recoreriiig.
Pater or rote The prion of Dreaued
hug at the time of going to prea(4 P. X.
Thurdiy)wen-, ho 200 lb or more 6.90(8
$7.00, onder 200 f 6.50(36.60.
Racnmt. The net proeeeda of the Fancy
Dreea party were f 99.94, which torn wat
paid into tbe treasury of tbe Library Aeao-
. a aa.a
Ice. Ice ia batog hauled iron' the rivrj
to the several ice honaei in Urge quantitieaT
Several team and quite number of hand
are ateadiljr employed in the butineas.
Mite Society. The Mile Sceiety of the
M. E. Church will meet at th Proiitgaa
Friday erenitig, Jan. lltb, 1867. All areln.
tiled to attend. RefretlimRnl will be pro
vided. - 1
Peraonnl. Mr. O. L.' Xm of Buff Jo
of the firm of ; STinat, tiibaon Lyooa,
eame back to hi old home on Friday laat.
Hit many friend gave him a warm welcome.
Fat. The Propeller "City of Fremont,"
the Schooner "Root," the Tug -liawaon"
and the Lighter "Fremont" are laid op be
low the "Elevator."
Tha Now Law Firm. M ahlon Chance,
Eaq.,hasaociated himaelf with Judge J. K.
Hord for the practice of Law. Tha well
known abilily of the parties i a aufficient
guarantee for tbe euccesa of the firm. Their
card will be found in another column.
8 prvici Omittid. So service w held
at the Episcopal Church on Sunday, oa ac
count of the illness of the Fa.lor.
Benefit for the Band. Th Fsbmost
Baas Band give a grand ball on the evening
of Thurshay Jan. 17th at Union Ball. The
Band is an institution of which our town is
proud and deserves an 1 will have a rousing
benefit. The management of their party ia
in good hand and thoae who lova to "trip
the light fentastic toe," may be sure of
good time. ' .
A Musical Entertainment. A delight'
ful musical entertainment was given by
Miss BkAcn's music class at Dr. Kawson'
on Wednt slay evening, January 3d, 1867.
Tbe pieces selected, many of them very dif
ficult, vutra rendered with excellent taatf
and showed careful application and training.
A aoon ss the programme was fillSd, Mi
Ravsox in a few well choaeu word, present'
ed Mies B sach with a beautiful writing desk
s token of respect and affection from her
claw. Rev. Mr. Buahnell at the request of
Miss Bcaoa returned her thauka to the class,
and the plfaaaut eatertaiument was ended.
Mm Beach diwerve great credit fur the
careful ami thorough iusl ruction she has giv
en her e'aas and her pupils rosy congratulate
themselves on tbe proficiency they have at
tained iu the finest of Hue arts, music
The Pork Trad thia Season. The
receipts of Pork this season have been much
lighter than iiiual. The leading firms hsve
bought dressed hogs as follow.:
. A. Guvlorf, 3500
D. Garvin A Co 1,000
Ryder Tyler. 783
Hay net fc Engler, .......... 601
D. Lett 408
Other Dealer, 300
Total weight, ...... 1,309,150
A. frtisdorf i packing; the other dealer.
ship to Sew York and Cleveland. The larg
est purchases were made on Thursday last,
amounting to at least 2,000 dresaed hog.
, : Skating. The past two or three weeks of
cold weather Lave not been allowed to run
to waate by the skater of our community.
The river has offered fair facilities for the
sport, and the numerous pond in the vicin
ity do sway the necessity for artificial parks.
Tbe ladies are proficients a a rnle and
your g men who can't skate are nowhere.
With the general growth of out door sports
in thia country skating has become almost a
nttional amusement for the Winter season.
Winter nsed to bring visions of sleighrides,
dtnee and love making, blue noses, nipped
ears and frosted fret. That day has gone
by.. The unbroken crystal creates a stir
among 'ads sud lasses that compel grand
fathers to dream of the sleighing of long, long
ago, and lament the democracy of youth
who substitute theakaU for the runner, the
robe and the bells. S'eighiug is expensive
in these latter days and besides the skating
season comes earlier and stays longer than
the snow. Good sleighing hasn't come yet
this winter while the skating season opened
long ago and w ll continue long after the last
"drift" has melted. So bring out yonr
skates, put them in running trim and prepare
for a gay season.
Ship Building. Skinner and Donald
son are building a schooner just above the
elevator of the following diminsions 103 feet
Kee', 109 feet on deck, 25 feet beam, 8 feet
rlebtb of bold capacity 250 tuna The par
ties are both from Cleveland and build here
because labor and materials are cheaper while
the facilities for building and launching are
equal to those of any yard in Cleveland.
Mr. Skinner has been 'or a long time foreman
of Qusyle fc Martin's famous yard and su
perinted the building of tbe "0. K. Kims"
aud "Maria Martin" two as handsome crafts
ss erer sailed the lake. We hope tbat his
experiment will prove so successful that he
ill eslabliahi yard her and make Fremont
permanent home. There is mora for a
large yard above the elevator where the wa
ter i deep enough to iusure a successful
launch, and the bank is in every particular
favorable. Living; and consequently labor,
is at least 25 per cent cheaper than in Cleve
land. Material of the best kind is plenty
snd near at hand. There is no reesou why j
we should not have r. good yard here and ate
up our timber instead of shipping it away.
Mr. Atna.lea informs ns that he has now or
ders for ship timber from Cleveland build-
era. They are of course obliged to pay the
transportation on this timber and add it to
the Cost of building. This subject is Cer
tainly worthy of the consideration of our
e w .
The Fancy Dress Party. In spite of
many drawbacks in the nhspe of other do-
ing during holiday week, the Fancy Drrss
Party was very well attended aud proved a
succe financially, ae well ss a delightful
S"eial entertainment. There was a good dis
play of i letrant costumes, especially on the
part of the ladi. The burlesque and semi -comic
were lo weM repreeuted, and many
of the pans wre admirably p'ayed. The
unmasking a orderel too early in the
evening ami several ol me uai cnaractera
arrived too late to have a part in the enter
tainment, otherwise the arran etnents were
very tiearly perfect. The tables were hand
somely decorate J and the supper was excel
lent and promptly served. The evergreen
booth, the only attempt st decoration of the
hail was very eii-gamly count ructed and was
much mi mire J.
Tite hucces of this euieilftinmunl ought to
eucouragi th' ladies to give another similar
oii when our Library Association is fairly
under w.-.y, and before the season i over.
M e time for preparst'iori aul a wider no
tice than it wa possible to g've thia time
would insure the finest Masquerade that ba
ever been held in FretuonL . We trust they
will thiuk ths matter over,
Dramatio. The dramatic entertainment
en Tuesday evening was an experiment.
The perforate rs were entried and it was no
certain whether the community would be
draws out in paying numbers to listen to an
amateur performance. All doabU. however,
eneithertcore were speedily set at rest. The
house was a good one and the performance
from beginning to end wu voted excellent.
The ' A i atenr Minstrels" had good selec
tion of muiic, an entirely new stock of
"joke" none of the old "played out" one
rehashed and all the parts were carried
through in true minstrel style. They could
have filled out th evening to the entire sat
isfaction of th audience. The laughable
fiuee, "A Kits in the Dark." was played by
embers of ths "Tableaux Company." It
is full of "situations" aaJgivs sc ipato act
ing of a high order, aad any failure on tbe
part of the leading characters to comprehend
or fill their parts makes itae impVto failure,
"Mr. Pettibons" acted the jealous husband
to pirectioo aad carried the house with him
through ths entire piece. He n doubt sur
prised himself quite as much as he did his
friends by his aptness in representing the
part assigned him. "Mrs Pettibone's "
voice and manner were exactly adapted to
her character and he proved herself equal
to the most difficult aituations,acting always
with a correctness which showed a thorough
mastery of tbe idea to be representad. Mr.
Fathom played the husband's friend with the
air of a man of the world and his coolness
made the nervous, excitej, anxious msnner
of Pettibone the more amusing and ridicu
lous. "Mary" talked, langhad, twisted her
apron, entered and departed in true "iervant
girl" style and the "unknown lady'' filled
well a trying part in a trying scene.
At ths close of PaH 1st Mrs. J. 0 Mann,
sang "We msy be happy yet" a beautiful
selection from the opera "Bohemian Girl,"
with marked taste and power. She was en-cored-arid
repeated the last verte.
The "African Burlesque" was well per
formed and kept the bouse in a roar of laugh
ter. "Sambo" convinced every one present
that there was at least one man who was not
afraid of 'Glioste-e' even if he wasnot exactly
honest, besides showing tbm a new, origi
nal and expeditious way of packing carpet
sacks. We think entertainments of thi
kindewill draw good houses in future.
Librarv Association Meeting On
Monday B renin g. The meeting of the
Library Association on Mouday evening at
Birohsrd Hall, wss not'so well attended as
the previoue one, from the fact that proper
notice wa not given and many of the mem
bers did not know the evening on which it
was to be held. The business of the meeting
however was promptly transacted and the
constitution was cbsnged with a view to in
corporating the organisation snd securing a
The oftioaraof the Associat'n under tbo now
rag-trite are to be a President, Vice President,
Clerk, Corresponding See'y, and Librarian
who also sets ss Treasurer. A board of Direc
tors is also constituted of wh;ch the Presi
dent and Vice President are ex-officers mem
bers. The three other member are elected
annually. Tho initiation fee i made $3 00
for gentlemen and $2.00 for ladies and the
annual lax i limited to the amount of the
initiation fee. In all other material respects
the constitution remains the same a the one
published in a late issue of the Journal. After
the adoption of the constitution the Associa
tion proceeded to the election of officers,
which resulted as follows:
President Da. Jas. W. Wilw; Vice
President Homka Evkbktt, Esq.; Clerk
Jakk H. Fowlir; Director Ret. E. Bosh
hell; Messrs. Cbas. H. Bell and Atcsow
H. Mlf.Lsa; Corresponding Secretary Wat.
W. Ross; Librarian A. O. Witcox. Dr.
Dillon who has acted very efficiently as Vice
President since tha organization, declined
nominatiou. The Cmvsssing oramittee h tve
not yet completed their work snd no report
was had from them. It is composed how
ever of the right material, and th work will
be pushed through as speedily as possible.
It will ba remembered that there is already
a fund in the Treasury which msy he nsed
for fitting opt mom a soon aa one i secured
by tbe Board of Director. Several of our eiti
aens stand ready to make donations of money
and book s soon as the Library is an es
The Presbyterian Church Society
Woaa or 1866. From the annual review
aermon of Rev. Mr. Bushneli, pastor of the
Presbyterian Church in this city, delivered
last Sabbath morning, we gather the folio v
ing statistics: During the p:st year tbe
church has been open for preaching at least
once every Lord's Dty but one, generally
twice, morning and evening. The Wednes
day evening Prayer Meeting has been held
regularly. Besidos the regular meetings.
something like twenty were held out of the
usual course. One hund ed and nine
sermons, beide various addresses, at funer
als and other occasions, wera delivered by
the Pastor. In adlitiot to this labor, he
assisted at two installations, ofTicia'ed at
eight communion-seasons, baptized six
adults and four children, officiated at sixteen
funeral and twenty marriages. Nineteen
members were added to the Church, thirteen
on Profession and six by Letter. Twelve
were granted Letter to other Churches.
Three member have passed away : Mm.
Catharine HafTord, died March2,lSG6; Mr.
A. D. Thompson, died at Pittsfield, Mass.,
in Aug. 1866 ; Mr. Amy Dollism, died
Dec 17, 1866. The present membership of
the Church is one hundred and sixty. The
contributions of the Church fur the various
benevolent ohje-ts amounted to $753.25.
The first annual renting of the pews took
place on Thursday of last week. Tbe pew
were let at price rarging fiom $16 to f oO.
The following gentlemen wera elected
Trustee for the ensuing year : C. IL Mc-
Culloch, Secretary ; Thco. Clapp, I. M.
Heeler and F. H. Dorr.
The OentenaryiGelebration. Method
ism is unquestionably a wonderful feature of
modern Proteetantiam. lis rise and progtess
has worked wonders in evangelizing and ren
ovating Protestant churche?, and it has given
origin and vigor to the various evangelical
agencies now in me, for the Christianizition
of the world, of power extent. Its progress
is the most wonderful phenomenon of mod
ern ecclesiastical history. From its origin in
1739 in England, aud in 1766 in America, it
has grown beyond all precedent. In Ameri
ca in one hundred years, from a little society
of six persons it has become the most numer
ous snd religiously progressive Church, on
this Continent, with not less than two million
and a half of communicants and from eight
to ten million attending on i's ministry.
The M. E. Church in the U. S. of America
which hss been celebratii g its Centenary
Tear, has a total tnembeisbip of 1,032,181, a
clear increase in the last year of 1 02,925.
Tbe Centenary Contribution, called fr by
the Church, at a thankofTeririg to God, for his
great mercy in our past history, will tie a
glorious succe-a amounting to from four to
five million of dollars. The M. E. Church,
in Fremont held its last meeting on this sub
ject last Sabbath. The Rtv. 6. Lease preach
ed an excellent d iscourse on the objects of the
Centenary movement, especially tbe Infirma
ry and Educational departments in the morn
ing to a large congregation, after which a
subscription was circulated. In the eveoing
the Sunday School jubilee was held, the
church was very full, the children ocenpying
the front and centre seals. Singing was
chiefly done by the school. Two addresses
were delivered by Rev,'s l,w and Wyke
after which mcdsls and presents were given
to the children.
The proceeds of the Sabbath School to ti e
Children's Centenary Fund, will be about
$30 00. This, with the roiitribminns t-f the
congregation will amount to $300.00 and up
ward. Tbe exact sum is not yet determined
as a few per.ons are arranging to give here
after. Ths occasion; wa one of interest to all,
and will be remembered with pleasure atd
profit after many day. Com.
Opening in the New Block.
Opening in the New Block. The New Clothing Store, The new Firma,
An Immense Stock of Crockery and Glassware
. Twaofthe firms which rented room in Fa
aixo'e New Blcek hiwi now cpmed for trad
and the neat, tastefully arranged rooms will
well repay a visit. Tbe N aw Clothixs
Store' npens with a well selected stock of
Gents furnishing goods, and in a short time
Mr, Basks propose to establish a first class
Mei chant Tailoring department for cus
tom work. . Mr. Barkis come here
with an excellent buaineos record and open
with fair prospect for good trade.
In the large room at the West end of the
block, the new firm of Wabswortb A Pratt,
have deiplayed such a stock of Crockery and
Glass Ware as the people of Sandusky Oosn
ty have never before seen. The long ihelvee
are now more thac full, and we notice ev
eral crate yet notoushed. The stock com
prises nil style and grade from the finest
China down to the cheap, every day wares
for comon' use, and includes all articles
known to the trade. A large part of this
stock was imported from Europe direct from
the manufacturer and by this mean the
commission usually paid to intermediate
dealers was entirely avoided. The price
are consequently lower in proportion, and, as
tbe new firm propose .o do a wholesale as
well s retail trade, they are prepared to
fill . orders to any amount St price which
will give them the trade of all the town in
The parties to the firm are both energetic
thorough going yonng men who have earned
for themselves an enviable reputation for
enterprise during the short time they have
been resident of the city. Mr. Wadaworth
has driven a thriving trade in his line on
Front Street fir several months pat, and
Mr. Pratt ha had several years business
experience hi the east. They know how to
buy as well as sell, and they are sure to keep
all the custom they get.
Our merchants who are doing a mixed
trade and who wish to be rid of what ha al
way been a troublesome branch when con
nected with' dry good and grocerie will
never have a better opportunity than i now
otTorel. Sooner or later this mixed trade
will be broken up and the sooner the better
for both producer aud dealer. We hive now
two firm which make a speciality of Crock
ery and Glass Wire, the new firm just men
tioned and the Moore Brothers both com
posed of driving young men and tbey ought
to monopolise the trade.
Abroad. The "Tableau Company" and
tbe "Amateur Minstrels" are to give an en
tertainment in Clyde on Monday evening
next. They propose to render the Farce
"A Kiss in the Dark," on or two of their
best burlesques and the choicest long and
ballads of part lit of Tuesday evening's en
tertainment. We promise our Clyde friend
a pleasant evening.
Cntacit Aid Sociktt. The Episcopal
Church Aid Society gave very pleasant
Tableaux party at Dr. Wilson's New Tear's
eve. The tableaux .were all fine ; "Fairy
Isle," "Spectre Bride" and "Queen of Sheba
before King Solomon,' being the most elab
orate. We hope that tableaux, charades and
short pantomimes will become a fest'tre of
our Vniita soe'eties." They would add
greatly to the interest and profit of the enter
tainment. Tin Sct.hct Party. The Select party at
Union Ball on Thursday evening of holiday
week was one of the pleasantest if not the
pleaeantest ever held in Fremont. Tha ar
rangements were perfect, the music excellent
and the party just what such a party should
be, in every resprct.
- Townsend Post Office Again. Th
world moves, and so does the Townsend Post
Office. It has been swinging around the
circle; it has swung around to its old posi
tion, and is now where "my poliey"
fonnd it, with its former Postmaster, Mr.
Cyrus Lyon. How he got his appointment
there are few if any who know, but never
theless be has it. . The "cops" have played
their hand and lost, and no doubt will sour
on "my policy" and Mr. Randall for being
ao fickle minded.
Obituary. We give in another column
the particulars of the terrible Railroad acci
dent which occurred near Green 8pring on
Saturday last, Mrs. Mary E. Demos was the
daughter ofjlr.. T. Wilcox, well know
throughout the county aa one of the meet
prominent and highly respected citizens of
Townsend, and her shocking death ia felt a
a heavy affliction by a very large eircle of
fr'.cnds and acquaintances.
We have gathered the following particu
lars in regard to her life and death.
Mis. Dtinors wa the eldest daughter of T.
and U Wilcox, and waa born in Townsend
July 21, 1S42. She ha been almost con
stantly engaged in teaching since she wss
eighteen years of age. In February 1861
when the 49th O. V. V. I., was at home on
furlough Mi Wilcox was married to Ser
geant Miaou Sweet of Co. F. Mr. Sweet
returned to tbe front with hi regimaot shar
ing its toils and dangers, and helping to
make its record until he wss taken prisoner
at Stone River, May 19 1864, and Died at
Aodersonville -Dec. 4th 18P4. . 0 a the 23d
of December 1866 Mrs. Sweet was married
toT. P. Demos of Pulaski County Iodiaoa,
and after spending the holidays with their
friends Mr. and Mrs. Demos started for
their western home accomponied by Miss
Albina Wilcox, a sister of the bride. The
party took the 10-40 A. M. train at York Sta
tion, and when about two mile above Green
Springs the rear car was thrown from the
track,and turned upon its side while the train
was yet in motion. Mrs. Demos was drawn
partially through the window, her feet
caught in the timbers of the trsck and her
limbs were mangled and crushed before the
train could be stopped and while her hus
band was trying to extricate her. When the
men first emmenced to break op the eieliog
and tear sway tbe supports of the window
which held her fast, she encouraged them by
saying that they did not hurt her, but soon
asked them to stop, saying it was of no ute
and alio bad little time to talk to her hus
band. Seeing his grief she said soothingly
with a cares i of her hand "Dont; dont;"and
after a few words relative to her keepsakea
she sxid. "Take me home to my mother
and bury me with my brothers aud sisters,'
snd the naehiuery of life stopped and her
carressing hnnd ceased to move. The deso
late hubacd and sister returned uuiujured
to their friends with the remains of Mrs.
Demons. The funeral services, conducted by
R-v. Mr. Broadwellof Clyde, were held at
the Melhodi.t Church at 3 o'clock Sunday
Mr. Denims served for three years in tbe
46 Indiafta Vet. V., and was ditehargen in
consequence of wouuds received in Bank's
ill-fated RcJ River expedition. He has the
lieirtfe'l sympathy of the entire community
iu his deep PlHiction. The employees of the
r.iatl were prompt and sttentive in rescuing
the injured from the wreck, but it is gener
ally tnought that the condition of that por
tion of the road was not whit it should bsVe
Qcarikrly Mketiko -The Quarterly mee
ting of the United Brethren Church will be
held at Winter' Station, eommancicg to
morrow, Saturday, at 1 o'clock P.M.
Accident. Ou Saturday evening, Dee.
29, John Vsndersoll, Jr., of Jpukson town
n!iip met with s severe accident as he was rc
turning home from Church. He was riding
oo a s'ed, bo'h legs carelesly hanging over
the ouUiil". where they were caught by a
large s'nne lying in the roil and crushed bc
twfwn thai, and tbe end of the s'cd bench,
dUlocaiing tue ankle and fracturing theboue
of the left. leg. Dr. S. A. Orwig was called
in propmptly aud it is hoped that Mr, Vsn
dersoll will speedily recover.
Roflersville cannot expect to compete in
growth with her sister vilages which have the
advantage of the railroad. However, she
proves to be beneficial to a good surrounding
country by doing a good country business.
As aaid before, although (he ha her im
provement, th cannot boast of a rapid
growth; but thre one th tog rt better and
of far more importance than the gmplk of a
place that it can boast of, and that ia im
peranee. There i not one drop of intoxi
cating liquors sold at thi plaee, and a fair
prospect for its remaining free from thisetTk!
spirit. So long a it does the people may be
proud of their little village, though in a bus
iness point it may be of minor impo: lance.
It is aelf-svidsnt that there ia no (terrestrial)
blessing that promotes the bliss of a people
so much a temperance. This i manifest
by the unanimity of the gueats at the Holi
day ball given at A. B. Cook' Hall. They
were attended by a comfortable number and
all passed slong smoothly and pleasantly.
In our next we will say something of th
business capacity of our town.
SeriTal A revival is in progress in
tbe "ML Lebanon" United Bretbern Church,
under the ministrations of Presiding elder
Bulger and the pastor Rev, P. Fleck. Meet
ing have been held day and eveni- g dur
ing the paat two weeks, and fifteen or six
teen person have been converted. We un
derstand that the meetings will continue the
balance of thi week at least.
The member of the Green Springs Union
Sabbath School, and our citizen generally,
had a delightful time Christmas Eve, at the
M. E. Church. "Heavily hung was th
Christmas Tree," and not scholar went
away without present, betide candies pop
corn Ac, in abundance. . The exercises
which consisted of prayer and remarks by
the Superintendent D. E. Hays, aud decla
mation by the children, wera enlivened by
the School singing several pieces of spirited
music in a very animated manner. The dis
tribution of a large number of private gifts
added much to tbe enjoyment of the evening.
Go to Briatol Taylor's to buy Shawls at
ZiOat! Zjoatl From the Old George Farm
3 mile east of Clyde, a Sorrel Mare, 6 years
old, white star in forehead, light mane and
tail, fore feet shod and a small bare spot over
right eye. I will pay $10.00 to ny person
who will return ber to me, or let me know
where she may be found.
3w3. Richard Vickort.
Stoke ! Stoke 1 1 Building stone in any
quantity can now ba had at Close fc Gibb's
Quarry. Enquire of
2 4w. P. Close. '
Warren & Co., No. 4,St. Clair's
Block, have just opened a splendid variety
of Christmss Presents. A fine slock ef fresh
groceries at low rale.
Masonic. At a regular Convocation of
Fremont Chapter No. 64 Royal Arch Mason,
the regular meetings were changed from the
first Fridsy to the first Thursday evening in
9 lw. D. W. Krebs, See'y.
Saaoial Notloe. Bristol A Taylor ar of
fering their immense stock of Black and Fan
cy Silk at New York coat; a rare chance to
buy ilks cheapi . .
A BaPDT New Year, We warrant a
happy new year to those of our readers who
buy a good suit of clothes st Muss. Cloth
ins Store in the Post Office Building. He
keep a fine assortment of goods of the best
quality snd sells cheaper than the cheapest.
Go and es hi stock of overcoat, nndercoata,
vesta, pant, and all articles of a gentleman'
outfit and yon will not rail to buy.
Go to Br'atol Tay!or' to buy Dresa
Good at cost.
A Mow la the Bight Direction Af
ter year of excessively high prices if ' cer
tainly a relief to be able to purchase goods
at something like old prices. I. P. Sher-
wotd of Cleveland ha tsken advantage of
the depression in the Eastern markets, and ia
ending to Cleveland goods at prices which
will not pay half th coat of importing or
manufacturing. He is selling Grey Twilled
Flannels at 31 cents that waa made for the
Government at 70 cents. The Adriatic Cas-
simere which he is selling at $1,25, a short
time since brought $9,20 by the case, he i
selling elegant Merino at 7o cents, aad Mo-
hair Poplius, in Searlet and Black, at 37 ct
These goods have been selling at
Oo to Bristol Tsylor's to buy Silks
Sr. B. Dillon & Bon, Greeting! The
paat year baa closed in the midst of a period
of progress. Instead of looking to the past
for a Golden Age, we find in the present and
in the future its culmination. Physical and
moral evils, thought inseparable from man's
destiny and everlasting by the Ancients,
were stoically endured without sympathy or
effort even for their removal. The machi.
nery of L fe is now better understood. Thou
and of its ill are lewened or entirely re
moved. Thoroughly posted in tbe revela
tion of the sge, and aiming to live directly
under the light of progress, the undersigned
hsve accumulated a treasury of choice, elect
remedies for th relief and prevention of suf
fering. Also thousand added to thousands
of Christmas and New Year's present, for
old and young, almost at cost, at the Drug
Store of Dr. E. Dillon A Son.
Just arrived from New York.
Warren A Ooare now opening fresh
upplyof Teas and Sugarf good eij cheap.
Ann Arbor Bnlnes College
Anf Telegraphic Institute.
Thi very prosperous and popular Institu
tion, located at the seat of the 'argest Uni
versity on the continent, afford many ad
vantage superior to all other Commercial
Colleges. Th Law Department is conducted
by on of tbe professors of hw ia Michigan
University who is also the antbor of several
standard works. Telegraphing is taught by
a first-clasi practical operator of many years
experience upon busines lines who is thor
oughly acquainted with the details of the
science. Every Department is conducted by
efficient Professors, accomplished masters of
their calling. For circular- address the
President, A. C. Parsons, A. M..
2ral. Ann Arbor, Mich.
Go to Warren's if you want cheap
Lectures. We are lequesUd to give no
tice that Drs. Wilson aud Stearns of the Os
wego Infirmary, Oswego, N. Y., will give
two Common Sense Lectures, at Birchard
Hall, on Monday and Tuesday evenings,
January 14th and 15th, 1867. Lectures free.
Subject Health; how lost and how restored.
Tbe press cf Cleveland and elsewhere speak
of these Medical Reformers in tbe highest
terms of commendation. We are told tbat
while they were stopping st Cleveland in the
month of June last tbey removed five mon
ster Tape Worms from person residing in
that city. Some of those monsters wera 100
feet in length.
We are informed that they treated other
diseases with equal success. They describe
the symptoms and locate disease without
An examination will be made before the
audience. At the close of the lecture tbey
will exhibit a number of specimen such as
Tape Worms, a Frog, Snake, and Lizard, ta
ken in tbe course of their practice. All
should e then terrible creature which
once inhabited human bodies." . The Doctors
will remain few daya at Kenler'a Hotel.
i , , , -
Warren fc Co., keep tie nicest
good in th eity, and sell them cheap.
Arrangements for th Drawing of
the Art Association The pre pa rations
for the drawing are almost eompletso. it
will take olace on tbe afternoon of tba 31st
of January, at Z o'clock, the Opera House
being engaged for the evening. The certifi
cate of the association will admit tbe hold-
era, on being shown at the entrance.
- We have already given lb name ai m
gentlemen representing the principal cities,
who have accepted tbe invitation to be pres
People have so generally deferred purchas
ing until tha drawing was actually at band
that the demand now ha become a rush.
The agenta are telegraphing for more eerti
flcas from every quarter. There ia not the
slightest doubt tbat all will be taken up.
There are mercantile firms enough in thi
city who will not let a certificate remain.
5ver thirty thousand propositions tn form
small clubs have been sent out by banks and
merchants withia the last two week, and if
even a email per eentag of these return st
thev are now doing, the thing will be done.
Riliy, 0 Jan. 7th, 1867.
I believe tbe "Ohio Farmer Insurance
Company," to be one of the safest, most
prompt and honorable insurance Companies
that I have any knowledge of I My barn
wss insured for $375, bar and grain $500.
I had but 47 tons of hay destroyed, no grain.
I wss allowed $8 per ton for the ssme.
I received $751 within three weeks after
the fire, without my being put to any trou
ble whatever 1
I can safely recommend this Company to
the farmers of Sanduaky County, ss the
vert best in which they can insure.
The "Ohio Farmers Insurance Company,"
ome ix year ago adjusted two other losses
in Riley township, paying some over $800,
and giving good aatisfsetion; aad another in
Green Creek some three months si nee, James
Werley, paying $300, and in eseh ease pay
ing the man his full insurance, and not two
thirds ss some have assumed to represent.
This "Compsny" has been doing business
within the 8tate for over 18 years, and hss
over 50,000 farmers as its patrons, one thou
sand in this county alone. Farmers will
save J4 to t of the price of insurance by
patronizing this Company and have in addi
tion their property secured against damage
committed by lightning. Farmers! give
me a call. Z. Ross.
To Rest. Mrs. Brainard withes tn rent
her dwelling house on Croghan St. Enquire
at the house, or of D. B. Attic ra. 93.
' HorjSK-EEsraas, when yon buy D. B De
Land Co. a ifoei Vhetmcal baleratuB you
will find every paper weighs a pound. Can
you say the same about other Salerrlus?
Oa the 27lh inst., st the Reformed Par
sonage, of Fremont, by Rev. J. B. Thomp
son, Mr. William A. Magee, to Miss Jra
ie Thomas, both of th vicinity of Bel lev ne,
Sinduiky county Ohio.
Bt the Rev. H. Lanir. Dee. 37rh, 1866. Mr.
Solomo GsrBART, of Washiagton, and Mia
Silvia Prior, or Ballville. .
By the same, Jan. 1st, 1867, Mr. Jons
EaKsr, of Fremont, and Miss Jskxie Horr
uah, of Rice township.
Jan. 5th by Rev. E. Bushneli, Mr. P. M.
Gilmorb, and Mis Masoib Myebs, both of
January lit 1967, by Rv Wm. Jon.s at
tie residere of the bride's father Mr. A a sow
Smart and Miss Assy Lrrs. both of Riley
In Clyde on the 2 1 dsy of January 1867,
by Rev. G. R. Brown, Mr. E. A. Bssra, and
Mit Silvia Savaoe, all of Townsend Sand-
In BetUville.Ohio, Dee. 2itb, 1866, of Ty
phoid Fever, Geobqr Halter, aged 23 year,
5 mouth and 13 days.
. In the death of Mr. Halter higrief-trick-
en companion has '.oat a true and faithful
husband, his little child a good andgeuerous
father, and the community an example of
tenderness, raeeknets and affection. To him
there was no place like home. He was so
calm and hopeful that it was good to be with
him in the last day of life. A little time be
fore his departure he seemed to be inspired
with some tbreglancing cf bis coralnE rest;
with nplifted band and eye he exclaimed
"I want to go home. Oh, I want to go
home." Sure the last end of the gocd man
is peace. He leaves a large eircle of mourn-
W. J. M.
December 31st, 1866, Hsnet P youngest
Child of d. ana u. n. axsni.t, sgea 4 months.
, Jan. 5lh, Mrs. James VALLETTR,age 62
, Maria March Vallrtte wrs born at the
Village of Wells River Vt., the 6th of May
1804. Her father and family removed to
Rochester N. T., in 1816, she being twelve
year of age. She waa married in that eity
to James Vallrtte, Esq., tbe 23th;of May
1828, removed to this place, then Lower
Sandusky in June 1834. connected herself,
by letter, with the Presbyteriso church of
'this place. During the latter part of Nov
and all of D?c. last she was tfflicted with
colds opon her lungs, and pains . iu the side,
though not confined to ber bed, or to the
house. Sabbath evening Dec. 30, she pent
in pleasant and animated social intercourse
with her husband and family; but before the
evening wss gone she was violently attack
ed by achill followed by the alarming symp
toms of fully developed Pneumonia. After
about five and a half days thi illness termi
nated fatally. The funeral rerviee were
held Monday, P. M. Jan. 7.
For more than thirty year Mr. Valletta
has been indentified with the history of Fre
mont, as one of its most prominent and most
valuable ledy citizens. Possessing remark
ble energy and sound judgement, with an
equal degree of public spirit, she was ever
found forein t in laboring as she appropri
ately could for all objects connected with the
intellectual, moral and social improvement
of the coonty. She was specially active in
aeeking out and relieving the necessities of
the poor snd tbe s;ck. By reason of her
literary taste aud general esthetic culture
she was always a pleasant sn ! instructive
companion in social intercourse. AH these
qualities combined, gave ber cherished place
In the regards of all classei of those who
knew her, the rich aud the poor, tbe cultiva
ted and tbe uncultured alike. Her lost ia
felt by all classes. Of th:s no better proof
could ba afforded than was given a, tbe
funeral services. An unusually large a
semblage of people, representing all clssees
of the community, gathered; the same sor
row and sympathy giving their subdued yet
unmistakeable expressions in the faces sud
demeinor of all, the lots wss manifestly
painful tn all; and the memories lingering in
all hearts were tender and tearful.
None who knew Mrs. Vallette could doubt
tbe sincerity and earnestness of her interest
in the church of Christ. Sbe was the fast
friend of the Pastor. For ten successive years
last past, be and his family have been guests
at her Thanksgiving board, scenes which
she evidently enjoyed. Alas! she too whose
presence used to give especial charm to those
occasiors the Pastor's mother, and tbe
hostess herself are gone, but not lost. When
ill health, or any cause, prevented her steady
at-tendat'ce st tie church, she often inquired
earnestly after the iuterf st and progress of
the cauc of religion, while her beautiful
life adorned the doctrine of God in all things.
In her sickness Mrs. Vallette did not seem to
be aware how critical her case was. When
at last her friends thoroughly despaired of
her re covery, sbe was informed of her condi
tion, sn prised for s minute, she soon regained
her composure, and employed her remaining
time in speaking to her friends such things
as were in her hesrt fur their comfort and
welfare. Calling tn her bed-side a brother in
the church, she apoke of the large part of the
work of one's life that must be undone, she
repudialed all reliance on her own works
and righteoufne.it, and said "The blond of
Jesus! Ol what should we do without it in
an hour like this?" Finally she asked for
prayer, and while thoe by her were gather
ing aromid to comply she was gone. The
prayer wa offered, but she was not there to
join in it. Com.
MPBEAD THK TRUTH. Sens medi
cal mta lntht that it it aadisu'fled ta adeettiM a
remedy, however valuable It mar be. Queer reason
tag title. It la lite taring tbat su a-tlele wblah tba
world aatdt tho aid be hid In seirsar that bencota
anrlnleeelng.au Tbe -0 w'de'y diluted that tba
neat ef aroteeliaf sud Mtariag health should
t s eloea nwaopoly, and sot aecaaaible to e!l. Tha
Argument is bad. It it worea thw that. It It lrj
mab. Baspoat HOSTirTIR'a BTOaT tCH BUTIBI
aa abtolatt ipaaloe for drapepiia, UUoaeaesa and
aerroui deV'.ltty h3 never b-saJRnowu beyond th
rwatrMrt of tht faculty, what would have been th
laequ.aer r Intlsad ef curing and invigoratiaf
BllllOBt, the goo-left-Mta of tha preparation would
aar. beeaeonnnei toacoatparatlre few. Then it
the hlgheit authority for eating that light should
aotbejiid under a btuhel; that whatever s excel
lent should be placed at a eity aa hill, where all meu
ana take sognlrase af It. It is una thit principle
that tha UTTERS have been advertited aad continue
to be advertised la every newtpaper of any promti-
in th western hemisphere, and that tha epor.-
taaeoua tait monialt in It. favor hava been tranalat
d into all written language. Thousand! .enjoy
parfeat health to-day who would ba langa'thing on
bads of tickneea if tha newapapera had not spread
th truth with regard to thit uae quailed iavlgirant
sad eerreetir far and wide. Sappoet profit set beea
reaped from thia publicity. Ia feat any argument
agsiaat Iff If th public health hat been protected
if lives have been tared; If th feebl hava ben
strengthened and tha ttak restored, great good hat
hataaaaomplithed; and whoa? mesa aa to grudge to
exertiont tout directed their fair rewart1? nlral.
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
RlQCTBI iHKSllUTt ATTI.1TIOS,
AirO SHOULD UR CSBBEKD.
ir AiXIWSD TO OOXT1.1C1,
Irritation of the Luusi, A
Permanent Th.oat OU
ease, or Coneampllon
is orran ras ssstlt-
Sravr a nisscrr nrrLFSwcs to tbs vast,
gits taasriiATs rslikf,
Far Bronchi tie, A at ham. Catarrh, Cau-
auaeptlve and Threat Dlseaees,
tbochxs ass rsts wtb alwati goob at'eetps
SIXGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
wlU Bad IVaeAet useful ia clearing the voiee whe
takes before Singing or Speaking, and relieving tha
throat after as unuenal exertion of the vocal orgau.
Ths TreAt sie recommended and preecrtb?d by
Pbyticiaot, snd have tettlmcnlalii from eminent men
throughout the cnun'ry. Being aa article of true
merit, and havingareveettheir.fBoacy by a titt of
many years, each year null them la new lecallitlee
ia various parte ef the worl.l, and tha 7eee are
universally pronounced better thaa other article.
OBTAisoa'y "Bsows's BsoxcsiAL Troches," and
da not lake aay of tha aTerfaleet fenfarieu tbatauy
be offered. 8m.n svsav waits. 48mjrJ
The Coafeealone and Experience of
an InwalidU Pabllahed for tha tenet tana aa a
Gautioa to young men and e there, who tuOer from
Kerroue Debility, Pr. malar. Decay af Manhood, Aa
repel lag st th eame time the Meant of Self-Cure.
Be aaa who hat eared htroaelf after andrg-ilng eon-
t'deraU ,ekry. By enrlwiog a pott paid ad.
dilated envelop, aingleeopi-e.fi-e of chare, maybe
had of th author. NATrUNlEO H.4TPA1R,
ylnnp Brooklyn, Klnga Co.. N. Y.
weel Opopoax fro m Blexleo! The
moat elegant and eeeeatlal werMtual r rtiai.it. for
s lady,"lenaetrt weet iipoporas
r. T. 8 KITH k CO.,N'ew York.
CALL AND SEE THEM,
CALL AND BEE THE'M
Who ar. in Market with large and
Yarierl Stock of
AlDaecA.Mr.DOv. FobIibp. folium, Print. Seven-
XntT Cloaking, H of whieb hva bMv mImAim! with
bar th brat .ndUtt Btj1a of Crockery,
on ma to miwiuti .
HO get the worth of jour money
EMMRICH fc CO'S.
fF you want the best SUGAR in mar-
1 hat tad tbe mnet fur vour money yen will find it at
KMMKIUli df COS.
COFFER, the best at
EMMRICH & CO'S.
iH)R pure nnd nrisxlulterfited Grocer-
let of til kindt go to
EMMRICH & COS.
WE call sirecinl attention to our
ef Clothe, Camriioem, Veetinge, Gent.' rurni.hing
Of thia wa have a large and well telected assortment
pur ehaaed withepectal reterenee to mm maraav ana
Cannot be Undersold 1
Our Profit must be Small but Sales
Our 8tock is too complete for enuirj'
aratioa. We therefore lnv te all withing tn pnrchat
good inoar line to call and examine before going
elaewber.ee weean pnaltieelT tell you good, if yos
with to buy.
No Trouble to Show Goods.
EMMRICH fe CO.
P. S. MR. A. USDORF IN RETIR-
(ng from th Dry 4ooli Trade, retain, aa oQce at
our etore, and will ouy, paying van nu m
DRESSED OR LIVE HOGS,
WOOL. AC iC
K. & CO.
riamont. October 13, 1M6. 3Sa4ltf
Especially to the Sick.
DOCTOR K. JOl.LIK MATTOCKS
I.ate of Hew York.
rj K) THK CURS or cnROSIC IHSEASC , o' eveiy
X name aad nature. Or. jiattocke, for tlitrt)
ytAra. bae devoted nit wuole attention, aod hie ef
fected aome of the moat remarkable euree, in linger.
ingdiMMM.' Theayetem ia fuoda: on troth, d-tfe a
ftem all othert. ao experimenting, no making tick fe
cart, no deception, no humbug and no poieoot need,
all TegetaM remediee that aid nature, givee a eaa
did aptoioB and elect, permanent curat. Weaak a
trial of our treatment before abandoning, all hope
Haarar) have been eu:-ed by thia treatment after
giving up to die. Wa Invite Inreetigation. N'o mat
ter what your diaeaee ia, call; examine for your
t're;it wiliaoet nothing.
DR. E. JOLUB MATTOCKS,
-enbecnneulted at bit office, aa.'ol low., for the year
7 on day erei ) fuf :
FTtSJtO.vr, 0 . Ketal-r't Hotel, Monday!, Jan.
14, Feb. 11, March 11. April IS. May 13.
CLYDE, 0, AmerU-ae Kngle. Iiientlajt, J.n. 16,
Feb. li, atercn 12 April IS. Hay 14
NORiTAl.K. O., Amercaa HoUl. Wedneinlayt,
Jan. 14. Kb. 13, jiarrh 13. April 17, Nut, l
0BKKLIN,O., Traveler. Hunie, Thuraiiaya, Jaa.
17 b 14, March 14, April 1$, Kay 16.
II.YRlA.O , Beebe liutue, Friuj a, Jan. 18, Pb.
1, larch IS, April 19, May 17.
RblDfiCE, Cleveland, 107 Eiie Street, gator,
daya, Jan. It- res. IS. ataich li, April 20, 11 ty 18.
HATS & CAPS.
Hat and Gap Store,
18 NOW CROWDED FULL OF
for i a a
Fall fcWinter Trade.
ALL TH VARIOUS STVLE8 OF
HATS AND CAPS. LADIES' AND
GENTS' FCR3 of every kind and
stjle, LADIES' HOODS AND
SKATING CAPS, GLOVES
ROBES, AC, feC.
Ladies, cull and see those handsome
Mink Furs at II LEsn Kit's.
At H. Lesher's
IS THE PLACE TO IH Y TOI B
Furs for Ladies & Gentleman
A BIACTITCL LOT OF
MINE, FITCH, SQUIRREL, MUSK
RAT AND FRENCH CONEY,
i Very Cheap.
Fremont, Nor. 16, 1869 40-nS.
If yoa with to Me more epiecdid p'e:ar.e, go aad
They are 'hegaeat ricturever made. Beeaaal.
to accommodate yon wl h any otberklsduf picture.,
go' up lath
ParticularatteflienviTe In ecpyinr.
t remout, Oct. 19, 1 8A6-4W. A. D. W ll.FS.
H LOINS ETT St CO.,
HAVK go tbelr Photncrapb Room., Third Store
Mm. B'ock, .nlarji-d, li-roved. aod refltted
aad are meeieint the citiaent of .Handuutt county la
vast arowda, to hv their
It (ion'tmake any difference if the weather
be oloody or elar, Blodgett k Co . eaa make
a grit rata Picture for you. Come and tee.
Blodgett k Co., will make veu a perfect
picture from tha amaXeet to tbe largest rite,
oa th iborteet notic. Oom aad ate.
Bladgatt k Co, have eaaet aad framet af
all etylee and titee Come aud tea.
Cy Bememier.the bert plaro iu Fremon to gat
rou- picture takea i. at Blndaeti A Ca'a Rooma, evar
itrrit k Xeigler't Store. Oentlemen aad Ladles ic
.itad; admittance, FREC. 17 Cb'Mren'i picture!
taken. Roomeepea from mornint until ..eeiee.
Fremont, stay 7,tse
Lace Curtains and Shades.
BECK. WITH efc STEltLlAC,
1ST V 1S9 Sapwrler&t Cleveland, O.
HATE ju.t received at their lmmea.e Ketablieb.
meat (tbe largest Carpetatore ia the to try,)
a large etock of
in new atd and beautiful pattern.
Alao,Uatllnga, H.ta, riowr and Table Oil Cloiha,
tit., ta legail wiP'Jt Ol .u . .n.'u bmun,
Oald band Snail e. bamaake, B'ocateil., Ac. A. they
tmrmrl then foreio-o rood, and hev frem r anutactn-
rert direct, they ar odering goods at jreafp rcawcea'
Partlea famiahing w requeeted to examine their
gootta and pneee. l"yt
MAFUFACTUKEX AND DEALER IA
ALL KISDS Of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS!
In Buchlnnd'a Sew Block, Opswwlta the
1st National Hauk,
SIGN OF THE BIO INDIAN.
( 1 H'K)SR.S, Saloon-keepera, and Hotel proprietors
JT are especially laeited to call aad examine my
owe. It it the largeet and moat oonipleta of aay
aaw kept in thia auction of the country,
aty motto It quick taleaaad tmallproBtt.
Fremont, .'Joe. 3t. IS. Ky 1.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
77i G'rwf Female Remedy for Irregularities.
THESK DROPS are aec-eotioeally compoun''ed lu
ar If oatruma Being liquid, theiractioa ia direct aad
poeitlv, rendering liiem a reliable, r-peetfy and cer
tain apeeiue for ih cure of all obatructione aad tup
pmaiont of nature. Their popularity it Indicated
by the fact that over 101,000 bottleearetnnuallyeoid
and eonenmed by tba uuiiea of the United Statee, er
er, oaa 0f wbom apeak in the ttrongeet terse of
praie of their great merita. They are rapidly Uk.
ing the place of every other Female KemMy, atd are
considered by all w'ao know aught of thm, aa the
tureet. .afrit, and moat infallible preparation in th
world, for tbe'eur o' all female complaints, th re
moval of all obatructlont of nature, aad th" promo
tion of health, regularity aud atrength. Expl.eit dl.
rectloue ttatiog when they may be need, and explain,
ing when and why they thould not, nor could not be
need without producing effect contrary to nature'.
ehoeeBlawa,wlll hi found carefully folded around
each bottle, with tbe written eignature of Jobs L
Lvov, without which none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L LVl'X.lfti Chapel Street,
New Ha ran. Conn , who eaa beeoneultad either par
tonally, or by mail. ( "Udosing tamp.) concerning all
nrivate diiaeee ad female weekne-wee. Sold by all
Orurgitttevervwhere. C. li. CLARZ k CO.
36 ttea'i Agecta for C. 3. and Canada.
The Kedzie Filter
TI AS been need fiiuuirbout the V
fit.;. H'LiSi XI. 3- for many yearn, and ite mar.
"T1"- 2 it lallt eaUbii.heuapoMieeing ov
. v In f ... practical tni Kclenliflo ar
rangement, for the purpose desired,
via: rendering rein or rircr water free
from ail organic n a'ter, gae a, color,
ta te or ainelL They ar portable,
dn ruble and cheap.
Far rale by
Roberta eX Sheldon.
rftrlK unijeis'gited lis.bt.n ftuiy sppoisled admin
X l.lrttor of th. e'e of Wm. H. Monger, late of
Towne-iid, nndo.liy Conatr, Ohio, dvevd. All
pereone indebted to the estate are requeste : to make
Innid ate pvmet.and 'bote holrttntr ciaituaagtinet
the earn, will ptesent them lor allowance
Townnnd, Dec li, 18C0 Slw3
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
F remout, Sept. 7. lSiio. 38tf.
1000 Cords Stave Bolts,
AT Jon ah Bat k tv k t'.-rrl Fact 17. for
winch wiif "9 fvl for gootl Red OaIi, and
U M for at; ihT kit-- Th no iihini Tn ret r ut
Boll- wiHi-avCii!! t th -iti o-irC- k T. F.U
Maaew n.l riu ii I rT Ctti ttOW t A II 1 U thrill AlttA-
Tifbt Brrl!itTMteD. HMdint; hr,--,.
j r, o in U. ir
Frmont, Jan. 1, ta.
rsl WO Hundred Th.uiand Pipe S aee.; Two Hen-
died Thoutend Red I at Marra: for which tn
b.icheal market prict ei!l br : aMin re.h, be
Fr-mont, Drc.2, IMS.-lmS
lYo U A'T Y I BO CiVT V !
rpHU "EQt'ALJ TlOS 3!U. b'at Xmnt bfutt a
X. Uw, Re.haal thrl.:'-:o :ncr'A iaraHil Tn
i4 nnn errtaifi nKX, aJ tn z'vt Wi,1o a rxtr IW
oirua ro thir you chiHrtaii. N jw Hrin oo yo-r
'Mneha-gHi an4'hferiMnoeftaQoa up-iuib '. P
Ura art Jan iiott
C V. ?A.JT, Attnrn at Law,
Aug. 13, 1. W. C.Td, t'l-ii.
Sweet Opot'.i&x frciu iexico I Natura
oouUl wi pxiua rUther Hm or Ciao'.car iVr-
fUB Tit iil t CCTilKe6wl. .T wAtfc ft Co ,N.Y.
LANK-S of all itodifcT teiu l prmid to ordr.
. . rD?JnV x-w a j a i. .l vi.t
ISP. iw-aAVA. ea VV .! A4.A V AVASJ.
E. R. M0 ORE!
TT . VINO parcvaaed the welt kuewavCroekery stars
I X ' Bowlne ACo, te prepared to 'enppre
tbeeittvs.of Sanduaky and adjoining ewantieawith
WI BATS ON HA9D THS
Ever Brought to Fremont,
and ar receiving daily, direct from tbe manufactur
er .11 kindt of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
which waare celling at prices that
idki t ronPETiTion.
We have a large sad well selected
STOCK OF LAMPS,
fJOOIi Pl'PPLY OF OIL.
Wkoeprllila.ff Uoor Hno aad aell it aa
- aa oaa t bad ia Xorthera Ohio.
Co94ia adanyis our Stoekaad jou will f nd
v . - -
to befoasd ia tbia taarTiai
TJ 3F5L ! !
Ia aaBaactioa with the abora ba will aU Wi w11
Croghan Mills Flour,
manufactured by Moore at Deaa, fformerly Moor k
Valletta.) AU oar flour la made from No. 1 wheat
aa It guaranteed to give taritfaotion.
Wa wll: keep constantly on baud at Whole; srd
SJetall, FIar,Oraham,Cor Meal, Brae, Ac
Won't forget tc Place
Vallette, Moore & Rawson Block.
E. R. MOORE.
Kmjkixt. March 23, 18rJ. 12yl.
E. R. GRISWOLD & CO.,
ail bl PKBIOR 8TRECT,
Tb!a teaton, to out of Tow Bayera, la tha LOSy
PRICK t which the- areeelllng their gooda and th
magnitade of their etoek. which asmpritwa th atoet
detiraU aukeaaad latest auselHV. I
irish poplins, ' "
CLOAKS, ' v
HUDDENSFIELD PLAIDS, 1
IN THE MARKET.
We invite a call and exami
nation of our Goods.
Latest Sv . s
ax thj an iaiportd.
Sapinraher -H. ; . ;. .
rTTIK Ase:tant Anwesir'n Colt. Tuitr.! State. In
l temaj Re-.nti.,l)th ntvurlon,8ih District, Ohio,
b.4 twen removed to
Kaller, Kreuxel nnd Hlbbnrale Mlooh, t.
Sine Street. All aemocs required by law t maka " f
month!, reperta. will plern hand them in ptomptW '
oa or OefO'e the tttth ol each month.
JOHN H Mc.SDL,AJiant At-eacr.
Irrmoat, Dee VS, 1 36-J.
riweel Opoponax From Mexico! few,
very rare, rich tpd faahionabia perfume. The
hceat ever imported or maou .a tinted la tht Tnited . -Sate.
Try rt see be menaced, .. ;