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rniuiY,. ...jixuary 25,187.
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Okie between old and new aubrerihers, but
simply offer an inducement to the old friends
of the Journal to make an effort to increase
till more our rapidly growing subscription
list.. . - " 7 ' ' '". "
. After all is admitted that is said of
the insufficient protection 'afforded to
American nianufacttir ''by ' the pres
ent tariff .the fact remains thr.t there
are numerous branches of manufactur
ing that can be engaged in profitably.
Leaving out of the con it t extensive iron
works, such as rolling iiriUs, nail factor
ies, etc., and large otton and .woolen
mills,' the wares and fabrics of which
come into direct competition with those
of European mate, there are plenty of
other Linda of manufactories of a local
character which would com inaml suc
cess right along. What they are will
readily be suggested to every practical
man, who understands the wants and
capabilities of his, neighborhood and
has an interest in its welfare. "...
Almost every locality has some pe
culiar natural resource, and it is a great
point gained if these are developed and
used to local advantage. lor instance,
the inexhaustible beds of. lime-stone
Dear this city,-steadily and properly
worked, will- be a permanent source of
"revenue to the proprietors and indirectly
to the town the clay nt Milwaukee,
Wis;, is of a peculiar nature,: ami the
manufacture of cream-eolored.. bricki
has grown to be one of the distinguish'
ing features of that-cUy, adding liiil
lions of dollars to its wealth ; the yar-
ies near .Berea, : in .tins Sut, can if
they do not already furnish grind
stones to half the United Sutw. It is
evident that this kind of manufacturing
will be successful., But it is not neces
sary that any pecnliarity of natural re
source should , exist. .... Success will at
tend the manufacture of any article of
general utility at any -place w lie re ihe
raw material can be procured in suffic
ient quantity. There is no danger of
manuiaciunng , ioo uiucu yi a gooa
thing. Being of a perishable- nature,
f ' . - - I. - -1 j
the more useful it is the wider and more
constant will be the demand, to supply
the place of that , which is used up.
Then His true that always and every
where the class of consumers is larger
than the class of producers -in fact, in
the case of most articles (bat could be
manufactured here, the manufacturers
would themselves be as much consum
ers as anybody else.--'f. '
- The relation manufacturing bears to
Other branches of industry is of a stim
ulating character. It sets many wheels
in inotiou besides its, own, ' and - the
number of hands it employs in its par
ticular work ' is small' mparen with
all those who are engaged in labors that
minister to it. Less than' a dozen men
can perform .all the labor required in
a coal oil refinery of a given capacity;
at the same time it will use all the bar-
rels that a dozen coopers can make,
will furnish employment to half a doz
en draymen or, teamsters, will use
certain chemicals - requiring one or two
. . . . 1 . . . . j . i .i! . f- -rt
ekilltul men to compouim vnem, win
keep several 11 BohemiHn'gIai's-blowers"
or somebody else at work making lamps
constructed for burning that kind of
oil not to mention the ' wooden-ware
tar-buckets, tinners' cans; lamp-wlcking,
etc"., etc, which it finds especial use for.
So with every kind of manufacturing
it helps to keep many of the regular
trades and industries in motion, besides
creating entirely new occupations.' "In
the consumption of raw" material it
wr.. a "marl-pi for that which had no
..I. t.i...... tw1 tlii rvinfers a Denent
MID f- J
' upon .he immediate" iycalily by dher-
eifyiug aud increasing employmeuis. ; ,
' Nothing is tmer than this : jf a town,
like Fremont, having advantages of lo
cation and excellent transportation fa
cilities, would, take1 hoi J of the : right
end of prosperity, it should go to man-
Jished in the phice would be a jierman
nt addition to its wealth and a positive
iienef't to every other business Interest
We wish more of our . (CfUzens could
be persuaded to igagJ if majmfacUir-
jng. Many, are" deterred from a lacK
of practi'cai' knowledge". While of
ourse practical knowledge of such
affairs i desirable, it is not absolutely
necessary to ensure ' success. Skilled
labor in always be secured; and in
short ti the proprietor, by the right
use of his eves and ears, would know if
his work were well or ill done. We ven
ture to say that if even half the capital
and energy which .are devoted to the
mercantile trade in auyf our Western
towns, were employed iu some, branch
of useful manufactures, larger returns
in money, health and happiness would
be the result.
y Frederick S. l'rlingbiysen was
lctsd United tt tates 'Senator by the 5sw
Jersey Legislature laat Tuesday, Mr. i're
lmghusen is at present in the Sewue, hav
ing been apjwintsd by the Governor-of X. J.
la 11 the unexpired term isfif r. Wrighi-de.
ceased.' - ' U
SPTOolombus Delano, has served a notice
-on Gen Morgan, Congressman elect from the
Hiaivlf ' laaaji lajj f !! " '
Death of N. P. Willis.
Kathaniel Patker Willis, editor of the
Bonn Journal, diedatliiicwild, on the Hud
sou, last Mouday, of paralysis. Mr. Willis
was born in 1807, and graduated at Yale
College in 1837. Sine tha. time he has been
before the publio as an author, though he
will leave no great rrpoiatiou twbind.
Among a vast deal of twaddle, poetical and
otherwise, be wrote something that will live.
He wrote his best while he wis a young man,
never having gained on the efforts of his
earlier years. When Bryant and Irving
were the lords of the literary lealtn iu Ameri
ca, and Bancroft was beginning his 1 fe
work the History of the I'nitcd States N.
r. Willis was loomiugup into fame, but
Longfellow and Holmes and Hawthorne and
others of his cotemporarie, took the lead
and distanced him. He was a graceful wtI
ter but latterly so extremely fastidious that it
wis a great hoe to read him. Morris A Willis,
the Home Journal and Woodman Spare that
Tree have been well kuov. n American insti
tutions, and remembers nee of them will last
a long time.
The Western Kestrtt t'iiWc'e of Warren,
Trumbull County, has recently been enlarg
ed to a thirty-six column paper.
. The Akron Beacon has t wallowed up (or
down) the Summit County Journal and as a
conaeqnence appears in enlarged dimensions.
. The 77ie is the name of a new paper
started at Geueva, Ashtabula County, by
Vessrs. Thorp A Spencer. .
" The Ohio Stale Jwrnin'., since it assumed
tha eight-page form, has given an amount of
reading matter daily not excelled even by
the N.TVpreas. It ba spicy-correspondence
from various parts of the State, and readable
letters from abroad. Its report of the doings
of tha Legislature is ofcourse the com pie test
record published. . Iu this as in all other re-
apecta it is one of the best and most enter
prising papers io the State. t
The Cleveland Leader is taken by a large
number of readers here, snd is held in high
esteem both as a items and. -political paper.
We thiak tha Leader ne'er was quite so well
conducted as it is at present.,. It haa a "full
ait" of wide.awake newspaper men in the
Htorial department, and il increased kiircial
correspondence, tolegraph-c aud otherwise, a
well as its lengthy geoersl dispatches, give
evidence of the right sort of business enter
prise in thaconnting room." Mr. . Cowles,
who is a veteran in the printing buMneeF,
still stands at the head of lint establishment
as he. did years ago, when he was his own
foreman, devil and editor. Mr. XT. X. Hud
son, editor of the paper, is 'a young man of
talent, thoroughly posted in po!il:cs, a sharp
writer and takes to journalism from choice
Gen. Sherwood, formerly of the Toledo Com
mercial, is alao engaged in the editorial work,
and (len. Campbell, an Adjutant General
during the war, his charge of the m wt de
partment. Mr. E. C. Hardy makes a spe-I
eialtyoflhe Financial and Commercial mat
ters, and to his careful revision of the mar
kets, and. intelligent treatment of financial
topic the paper owe its deserved reputation
far accuracy aud promptness in ftirnithiug
news in that line. The city editor gets
around lively (on skate, we suppose,) and
manages to gather up in his twenty-four
hours as large a supply of items ss his city
readers can devour at uue aitt:ng. Besides
the regular editorial labor required on a daily,
a vast number of correspondents are pressed
into the service, some-of whom do constant
and others only occasional duty. .'Among
tha "oceasionals" of the Lea'ler is that genial
old mao, capital writer, and well-to-do ex-
editor, J. A. Harris, who. tbougu engaged in
preparing a cheery home on the hike shore at
Rock port, finds time at intervals to revisit
the sanctum. Another -occasional" of the
Leader is Jasper E. William, Kmj ," hoe
head is a perfect and capacious store-house
of biographical and political facts and figures.
The editorial rooms of the paper are haunted
by another character, called "the corpse,"
but who,' the last time we raw it, or him,
promised to worry out n lunger existence
than the entire owrj of the quill aud scissors.
That "corpse" is the skeleton in the Leader '$
closet. He is the man who lives on exchanges.
The Atlantic. The contents of the At-
mtic for February ate: The second number
of the "Guardian- Angel."' a Poem "Jlona"
by Alice Cary, an article on characteristics
of Elizabethan, Literature, by E. V. Whip.
pie, tie lint of A on rie B Kaajis'.; the first
chapter of a new vtory by the Author of Life
iB the Iron M ills; a capital article on Comic
Journalism," ''Elizabeth 'a Chamber," -Katharine
Morne," Part 4th. A Drift Wod Fire,
one of Higgioson's popular out-door papeis,
"Real Estate," 'How Mr. Fyre would have
preached it, Glacial Phenomena in Maine, by
Prof. Aga:x, Forxa Maggiore by W. P.
Howella, The Guerdon, Recollections of John
Vanderleyn the Artist, The Republican Al
liance,' The Stand Point of the Boarding
House, Heviews, Literary Notices, dre. 35
cents a number, f 4.00 a year.
TICKNOR & FIELDS, Publishers, Boston.
Barper's MoatVly for February con
tains the . usual variety of choic? reading.
The eootenta are; "Wild gill," Something
abont Fishes,. Calcutta, the city of Palaces,
Old Aiiut Uatilda, a Talk about Talkieg,
Knickerbocker's Visit, The Virginians iu
TrxaF, Struggles for Lite, Old Mrs. Hunter,
Civil War and Social Benevolence, Aunt
Sarah's Out-Fit, New York to Washington,
Two Hopes, la a gtroel Car, My Lost Alice,
uourxsnip an?i jaarriMa;, ivuiHn 'i"J o"1.
Monthly Record of Current Events, aud the
Eii tor's Drawer.' ' '' '
' 'The Lawyer In tha School Room
This remarkable little book, by M. McN'
Welch, A. M., L. L. D., (a New York law
yer.) is fall of useful and reliable infor
mal bn for everybody, but especially for
teachers, school officers, parents, niinislcrs,
editors aud SMsmhers of the legal profession.
Ths first chapter, "Of Scboeis and Govern
ments," ia a succinct explanation of the dif
ferent plans adopted by governments, an
cient and modern for the diffusion of knowl
aJge among ihe people. This chapter, in
some respects, is exceedingly suggestive, snd
not unworthy the attention of our most in
telligent and experienced statesmen. Jt ia
not imaginative pr siierulative, but a plain,
matter-of-fact statement, whieb, in spite of
its plainness, havto a mind capable if ap
preciating the sulject, all the charm of ro
mance. Thia chapter alona is w orth many
times the price of the book. "The Lawyrr
in the School R mm" is sent by mail to any
part of the k'uited ijtatcs for 1,00.
M. McN. WELCH.
No. 65 Nassgn Street, New York.
The Ohio Educational Monthly.
The Ohio Educational Monthly for January
hss the following table of contents:
House Instruction; Conduct hud Charac
ter; Shall Greek rpeparation be Dropped ?
On . Elementary Course fr High Schoolf;
Affectation of Learning; Notes; Women as
Teachers; Theory and Practice; Visiting
Schools; Outline Maj; Our New Dress;
The Clefeln4 Schools; Corporal Punish
njeut; Story sod pommentj JJiscellany;
Book VoJiCP"; 4c. It is judifpensable to
Vick'a Illustrated Catalogue. We
have just received Vick's Illustrated Cata
logue of seeds and guide for the fiotver gar
den! Mr. Vick iaau eleniie importer and
a perfectly reliable dealer and his Catalogue
ia indispensable to ail lovers of handsome
gardens. It contains accurate descriptions
of the leading floral trei.ure of the world
with plain and full directions for sowing seed,
transplanting aud after-culture, with a list of
choice seeds for the vegetable garden with in.
etructioos for culture.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
f?PA rew iu a Boston church sold recent
ly for $5400. j -;
; JITTbe, Nevada wLepislaturs baa ilrcted
Hon. Jas. W. Nye L.' 8. Senator. . ; .
?Two men were frezeii to dialh in
Brooklyn night before laat.
J-The ' Pr udential Mansion," Jeff.
Davis' Iste residence, in Richmond, is offered
ior sale. Price $40, 000.
JffA mother and her two daughters were
married at the same time, and in the same
church, at Laport, Ind., last wecl&v "
J?f"A special from St. Joseph, Missouri,
state?, that.j-fcenl arrivals Jrom. Northern
p?ains report snow deeper than has been
known for. msny years, in some places the
drifts being twenty feet deep.
jgSTbc receipts uf the Cincinnati dailies
for advertising-during the year 18(iG are as
follows: Commercial, flfiu3!)7; Gazette,
$135,4.-.2, Enquirer, $0,4.".2, Times, $7l,e0.
tTJohn M. Langston, the colored law
yer of Oberlin, has been admitted to prac
tice at the bar of the Supreme Court of the
United States. : . . , , , (
. 5?" Washington specials Hate that Pres
ident Johnson lately told a delegation of ne
grocs that since they had cast their lot with
the Radicals and made Sumner their God,
he could do nothing for them. This ends the
farce of Mones.
5A row occurred at Willard's Hotel
Washington, between Gov. Cummins of
Colorado,' and Mr. Holbrook, Democratic
delegates from Idaho. Fista and canes were
oed, but unfortunately neither party was
13A little girl aged twelve years was
smothered, in the snow in Boston, and Com
modore Blsl.e, sn old efficer of the navy,
sixty-two years of age, waa lost iu the storm
on Thursday, in that city and has not since
been beard of.
'"Washington specials state that Gov.
Orr is in Washington urging Greeley'a plan
of reconstruction, to wit: Universal amnesty
for universal suffrage. Congress does not
appear to be much in favor of amnesty. ' " -
The Kansas branch of the Union Pa'
cific Railroad is completed twenty miles
west of Fort Riley, and graded forty-five
miles beyond. The earnings are expected to
average one hundred thousand monthly for
the present year.
JThe Cleveland Plain Dealer says: On
Saturday night, a mother gave birth to a
child on the liaiu on the Lake Shore Road,
near the Euclid Station. They came on to this
city, and strange to say, the mother was
entirely able to care for beiself.
I JPTbe Conseivatory attached to the Exe
cutive Mansion Washington was badly dam
aged by fire last Friday. At least one-third
of the valuable plants therein being destrsy
rd. The loss on the building is $20,000.
The plants destroyed were of the rarest char
sctet of foreign origin, and canDot be replaced
in vtais, and at a cost of hundreds of
thousands of dollars.
tffHorae e Greely is on trial in Charles
ton, 8. 0. for the murder of a man named
Kaet'. It is said the evidence against him
is so tlrohg that be will 'Undoubtedly be
found euil'y and hunr. The trial excites
much interest and the court room has been
crowoeu. it- may i.e well enougn to and
that the prisoner is a n pro bearing the
white-coated phih aophers cognomen
gTThc Steamer Platte Valley slruek the
wreck" of S gunboat in th Mississippf below
Memphis last Tbnrsday and sunk in a lew
minutes'. 'About sixty lives were lost. Most
of her cabin passcngi-rs were saved as far as
known, as the patm uger list was lost. ' A
family narord Huberts, consisting ofl3, were
all lost' The host was loaded to the guards
and was under full headway at the time. '
rSfTbe Iudiauapo!is Journal fay: "If
aoybody is under the impression that tbinga
are not workiii', even in church affairs, he
could have had his moral amaurosis removed
in yesterday hearing a congregation of one
of our prominent Methodist churches en
thusiaslically encore, with clapping of hands
and stamping of feet, a finely executed piece
of music We longed for a boquet.
IJJTIl appears from an. fficial report of
Mejor General J. C. Robinson, commanding
the Department of the Suth, that the
twenty-two fieerdmen recently burned lo
death iulbe Kingston (South Carolina) jail,
were wantonly burned up by the sheriff and
jailor; who pierailten the only white prison
er in the jail to escape.. '.
J3f The Ottawa County Union tays tbats
few daysago a man- walked on the ice from
Put-in Bay Island to Port Clinton, twelve
miles, obtained a marriage license, went back
"by the same conveyance" the same day,
and was married in the evening. Walking
twenty -four miles on the ice and getting
marriel besides, must have been a hard day's
.. . -4.-- - . -
From the Tiffin rriAtfiie: About 5 o'clock
Friday evening las, a fire was discovered in
the Dry House of the Tiflin Agricultural
Works. The alarm wa given and Ihe en
gines quickly repaired lo the scene. The
Mteamer had scarcely got to work (efore its
hose bursted, aud hence, it was not very ef
fective. Although much of the dry lumber!
was hauled out there will be quite a loss and
inconvenience. The roof pf the building was
entirely consumed.... At the annua meeting
the Stockholders of the National Exchange
Bank the following persons ware elected Di
rectors (or the ensuing year; R: W. Shawhan
M. Naylor, (1. M. Ogden, A. B Hovey,
Abel Rawson, Robert Smith, H. A. Buvkirk,
E. T. Sticki ey, J. D. Loorais. The fulloi
ir.g officers were appointed: J. D. Loorais,
President; A. G. Sneath, Cashier; O. C.
Zeller, Asst. Cashier; J. H. Frost, Teller,...
At the annual meeting of the fir-t National
Bank of Tiflin, for the election of Directors,
the followiug persons weie chosen: Benj.
Tomb, Thos. iloyd, John T. Huss, Henry
Egbert, Thos. B. Tomb, Geo. E. Seney....
The followiug rhargci of Postmasters in this
vicinity have been ijiadp siupe (he lth mat
Bettsville J. B. Belts, vice J. A. Miller re
moved: West Independence J. W.Lswhead,
v;ce J. S. Ken non, resigned ....CapL 8. S.
Kissinger having been duly authorised, ia
now engaged in raisiDg funds, in this city, to
used iu the erection at Clyde of an appro-
Sriate Monument to the memory of General
IcPberson. Several of our citizens have
donated liberally On Friday forenoon
lant, Jfr. Fred. Smith, and his son, Julius,
who reside in Seneca township, were engag
iu felling trees on the farmfcf Mr. p. itiu
iter, in Hopewell township, wbe- the father
met with a serious misiortune. meson was
engaged iu felling a sapling of medium sixe,
auu WUen lb wan luvgi w inn, nr gave no
waruiug to his father who happened to be on
the line of descent. The tree struck Mr.
Smith on the side rj the head, knocking him
senseless, in which condition be remained for
some hours. , His head waa bruiaed consid
erably but no bones were broken. He was
also injured in the right side Tiffin Price
Current: Corn 5Goi80c.; Oats 3fic; Hogs
perpwt; flutter :; Jgs'f.c
From the Tiflin Advtriitfr'; We under
staud that Wm. Grapes, of Fostoria, has pur
chssed the south j;Rrt of National Exchange
Block forthesurr! ol $4,W1..... Toe addi
tion to the Court House is at a staud still, the
weather being too cold for the workmen to
anything A protracted meeting ia cow
being held by ihe Lutheran congregation, in
their new church, on the corner of Jefferson
and Madjson streets.
From Ihe Perrysburg Journal: A series
revival meetings have been in progress in
German M. E. Church in this place....
The sale of delinquent lauds took place at Ibe
Auditor's oftice, on Tuesday. I'robably
three-fourlhs of the parcels of laud advertised
delinquent hsd been paid, leaving bittone
fourlh e jposeil to sale. This fact speaks well
lie prosperity f thp coui)ty....The evi
dence in the county seat contest was brought
a close nearly two weeks since, and covers
tire hundred pages of manuscript. The in
vestigallou has disclosed the greatest loose
ness iu the pooduct of elections in many of
townships of the pjuuly, that will un
doubtedly prove lo ihem a valuable ietsnn in
future. The irregularities in Plain and
Monigooiery: townships will certainly ex
clude them, and in all probability a number
other townships will find themselves in the
tame boat, Ibis wai leave tbe county-seat
undisturbed for the present,... Perrysburg
Market prices; Dressed Hos f.&UfT.OO
pr frrt Onm .Of('(75c.: Oats :).'-: Potatoes
From ihe Findiay Jrfereouian: Mr. U-1-man,
living near town, cat dowa a Bar-Oak
tree nine teet in diameter at the bntt. Twe
blocks cut off forty feet from Ihe butt, mess
ured four and ia half feet through.
From the Findiay Courier: Ths congre
gation of tbe Methodist Chsrch in this place
are holding a protracted meeting at Melodeoa
Hall Dretsed hogs have come ia very
alowly the past week. The hog market for
this part of tb eounlry seems lo be abont
over. To-day (Wedne'day) there are very
few hogs in town, and are bringing from
25 to 6 85.
V laAM. A.1 nimtnM V-m.' Tk ulr.
. 1.7,11 S VI VUUI1 W . '
-est pork marfcet to this place is Frsmoat
The Flouring Mills to be built at this place
Wl!Tber6nstroeted of brick.-"- No saw mill
will be connected with them. The Messrs.
Detlefs' are now engaged in laying plana and
examining models... .We have been assured
and make the statement ia reply to numerous
inquiries, that CapL Borden will certainly
open for the reception of guests the Ameri
can Hotel." Elmore, as soon as 1 scan refit
and furnish the same It is a matter of
discussion with some of our farmers fsfteri
the next Conntr Fair should lie held. The
new Fair Grounds at Oak Harbor were laid
oat understandinely that every alternate year
the Fair waa to be Held at mat place, i be
time appointed last year was for tha drat ex
hihition, and Ihe failure waa owing to neg
lect of the Board of Agriculture not the
managers' of new Fair Grounds. With thia
view, uak Harbor a claims are iavoraoie....
Ex-Sheriff Lattimore, a worthy and enter
Driainar eentleman and withal accommodat
ing, has removed to Elmore, with the inten
tion of opening a livery siaoie.
WxnxESDAf, Jari.' 16. Various petitions
were presented, including one from tha citi
aeos of Detroit against a reduction of the cur
rency; one from the loyal citizens of North
Carolina asking the passage of Stevens' bill
for the reconstruction of that Stale.
Mr. Morrill, from the Committee on tha
District of Columbia, reported the bill to
protect the rights of married women in the
District, with an amendment substituting a
new bill, changing to some extent the pro
visions of the original measure of last week.
The bill to regulate the tenure of office
was taken up. The question was on Sum
ner's amendment, which, was discussed at
some length by Howe, Sumner, Feesenden,
Mr. Cowan said that the whole number of
removals by the President was 446, ol which
367 had been sent to the Senate and acted
upon. No man had been removed who re
frained from improper and disrespectful lan
guage toward the President in tbe last cam
, Mr. Sumner conld not think of a single
prominent officer in his State who had not
been removed for political purposes.
- Thuksiuy, 'Jan 17. Various petitions
were referred, including one from Texas
Unionists for the reorganisation of the gov
ernment of that State, and one from as ciety
for tbe relief of the voor in Cincinnati, com
plaining of the great distress existing among
tbe widows and orphans of soldiers conse
quent upon the delay experienced in collect-
in? bounties and nack pay. .
The Senate got into a snarl ovjr questions
of order. Mr. Sumner wss speaking, and
urged some action on the part of Congress
to protect Republican office-holder, when
he said: "Thia is the duty of the hour, it
was not the dul v of Ihe fathers, not of our
predecessors here, because there was no
Preside'. I who had become th? enemy of Ihe
eounlry," for the use of these words he was
called to order by Mr. McDougal. The chair
decided the words wewrbot out of order. Mr.
McDjutral took an appeal, in which he was
sustained by Mr Doolittle, . A scene of gen
eral confusion ensued. Messrs. McDougaL
Lane, Sumner, Grimes,. Howard, Doolittle,
Cowan, Wade, Edwards, and Sherman took
part in the noisy debate,' snd points of order
beioe filed one upon another, till neither the
chair, nor any,. one else appeard to know
what waa uppermost.. Finally Mr. Sumner
was declared in order, and matters were set
at rest by an immediate adjournment.
' Tl e House went into a Committee of the
Whole on the Legislative Appropriation bill.
An amendment tnat no lurtnor appropi la
tioa shall be made for auDDlvinr enmnlete
sets onbe Congressional Globe and appen
dix to toe members ot any sneciedine Uon-
gresa, provided that the United Stales will
terminate at uuj Close ol tlie present won gross,
the purchase of one complete set of tba above
for each Senator, representatives and de'e-
gate, waa adopted by 84 g?intt 56.
' Various petitions were presented and re
ferred, including one asking lor the passage
of laws against tbe present system of the ex
termination oi me lnoian irioes.
Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committee,
reported a House bill of last session to estab
lish and protect National Cemeteries, requir
ine each grave to be narked with the name
ol tee occupant, ana eacn cemetery to be en
closed with a stone or iron fence, snd appro
priating $60,000 for carrying out tbe pur
Tbe bill to regulate tbe (enure of office was
next taken up. l lie question was upon Mr.
Snmner's amendment as an additional sec
tion, providing that all officers of tbe Gov
ernment, except clerks of departments whose
salaries exceed $4,000 per annum, shall be
appointed by the President, by and with tbe
advice and consent of the Senate.' Mr. 8um-
r addressed the Senate in a lengthy
speecn, in waicn be. reviewed '.be cause of
the President and scored bis administration
The session was eccupied in protracted
discussion on reconstruction and finance by
Messrs. Hill, Doncolly, Eldridgs, Clarke.
J amibt 19. But little business of general
int) est was transacted in either House. In
the House Mr. Stevens' reconstruction bill
Jan. 20. A bill to punish illr aral voting in
the District of Colombia was pasaed. The
committie on Indian affairs was instructed to
investigate the facts of Ihe late Massacre at
Fort Phil. Kearney. Some amendments m ere
made to the tariff bilL
Resolutions relative lo reconstruction were
offered by severe) members and referred.
Leave was given to Mr. Williams to Intro,
duce a bill to define aud regulate the pweis
and practice of the supreme court. Mr. Mor
rill's bill to provide for the sale of gold in the
treasury, was passed. It provides that notice
shall be published of such saies, i ailed pro
posals received, and the sales nrnde to the
Mr. Auckland introduced a bill to amend
the act of March 3 so as to prevent any far
ther withdrawing or Diminution of legal
teuder notes. Referred to committee on Ban
king and Currency. ' ,.,
concurred' S'itb' the House in. ratifying the
Wrkklixu, Jaxuaev 1(1. Tha Legislature
ratified the Constitutional Amendment to
day. Tbe vole in the House stood 43 to 11.
The Constitutional Amendment was rati
fied Ly the Lower House of the Minnesota
Legislature on Tuesday.
The Fremont Journal, has, like the Chron
icle, Increased its sixe to a 36 column sheet.
It is among the best county papers in the
State. Western lieterve ChrottiMe.
The Fremont Journal haa lieen enlanred
aud improved Ip many repeats. "There ia
vim and energy manifesteq in its publica
tion, t is deserving of success. Perrytburg
vniv tl uiai nus -
The Fremont Journal, under the efficient
management of Capta. Wilcox and Greene,
haa been enlarged and decidedly improved.
It adopts the true system for local pacers, of
correspondence Irom the d (ferpnt important
poiuur io the tounty. 'Lorain Vo. yiws.' '
N itwsrAi-KB Changes. That excellent Re-
pnblicon paper the Fremont Juiirnat publiabV
ed at tbecbuuly seat of Sandusky county,
naa Deep enlarged lo llurty-six columns.
The publishers, Captains Greene and Wilcox.
are live newspaper men, and are making the
Journal one of the best county papers in tbe
State, we commend tbe Journal to its pat
rons and w ish it success,--Canfon fitposiitry.
Em..kukm:nts. Newspaper enlargements
and changes are numerous. The Fremont
Journal has enlarged its borders to a nine
column paper, still retaining the quarto form.
ur r ...i... i t- .,
n e coiigravujuie our oretnren oi toe press,
upon this evidence of prosperitv. When
we see such, indication; of success we mark
down that Ihe subscribers to such papers
mostly pay in advanpe it least, don't allow
two three or four years to pass without he
publisher seeing the color of their money,
To Co.vst HKBs. Itcosta you no more lo
buy a full pound of D. B. De Land fc Co.'s
Jea Chemical Salcratus, than it does other
kiuda lijal only veigb J4of jg ounces.
Thk Ailastio Cahlk was considered a
mammoth enterprise, but never has or will
elicit the commendation that bas attended
the success of Cok' Dvsrrr-siA Cusk. It ia
getting a world-wide fame, aimply from the
fact that it cures. One bottle otten does this
work efievtually ; at the same time it.will net
FROM COLUMBUS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
Jam. 16 In the Senate bill were intro
duced: Making chronic incurable insanity
for seven years a cause of divorce.
To extend the act authorising County
commission ers urty Uonaciis, arc, to levy s
tax to refund money borrowed to pay local
bounties up to ibe year 18b.
In the House, the bill to increase ths sala
ries of the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas to twenty-five hundred dollar,' was
amended py striking out the clause relstin;
to Supreme Judges, and passed yesa 6
S7. - - - -
Mr. Banning's resolution lor transferring
property of the Ohio Soldier Home ta
national soldier e Home, if the.' fattex
aball be established in this State, was pass
Jax. 17. In the Senate the Todiciary
Committee reported, aa instructed, a bill to
appoint commissioners to revise and codify
revenue and finance laws, the law of
ensues and misdemeanors, the probate laws,
lawa relating to executors and adminis
trators, to guardians and wards, and to wilds,
designed to take the place of several pending
bills of a partially kindred character.
In the House the resolution authorizing
i reaanrer or state to sell the silver com
Treasury was passed.
Tbe Military Committee waa instructed to
propoee a bill for publishing the Ohio record
Mr. Coan offered a resolution' for submit
to the people the queation of extending
suffrage to all loyal men in Ubia, liaid on tbe
table to be printed.
Mr. Young offered a sesolution in favor of
reducing tbe tax on whisky te $1 per gallon,
Laid over onder the rule.
A resolution was adapted calling upon the
Adjutant General for a report of the number
military or naval volunteers who were
credited to any particular county, town
city or ward, but to Congressional Dis
tricts or tbe state at large, wbo nsve receiv
ed ne local bounty. j
Ja.v. 18. Neither Hons of the Legisla
bad a quorum to-day, and both adjourn
ed, without transacting any business of im
portance, until Tuesday F. M. ,,. : i
LADIES' and GENTS'
OF ALL KINDS
foedvsrIetrsaBbebAiirht at aatsost-at
riseSmSj H. LBSHSB'S Bst etors, fraaMat.
Howe Sewing Macfime
-EXCELS ALL OTHERS -
sxrs'teas, disMIity, sssatv aa4 Stab. Tf w
SsbM to all hsnssfaold Mviif. snd is lb at
usfutsxiw UsabiM ia axiatsara. ItiaaarfMtl.
la seoatrastlea, asdeaa ss worked jbysar
Ths stitch esaaot bs ravsllsd. ia very slaatic,
bsa tbs saws sssssvssaa Seth sidss..
si. ntiai BaeniM m rassstos of its work aty
mwvm kww xwvma in m Mf-Mt . . .
Mlee MA4MIB S3IXMORE, , :
ST. CLAIR BLOCK, FREMONT, O.
. ToektDc Dm aad Cloak U.Ma.
ia tho boat pi v lo at tho Agoat 'a room, , Tdssta
Call Is to sso thorn and got etreulars,at
H.LESHER'8 HAf STORE. '
Inr2 FretBBat, 0
. Of th somiltlos of th
PROVIDENT LIFE INSURANCE AND 1NVE8MENT
C 0 M F A H T .
Oa the 1st day of December, 1S90,
of Ohio, psrsaaat to th
statute oi wata'ai.
I CAPITAL '
smonat of Its CapttalStoek sn'bor.
load Is fl,sao,0(a00
sssosat of it cvpitol Stock paid ap .
of th Company on haad, aad la . ',
th hsada of Aa,ttasdcthr aor-
n $1,3; 01
Boaos aso otoess owaro oy uo
Oompaay. SMirhot valo.. ... - .14i,ax 00
other Becaritias . 2100 00
Total Asort of tho Company......
saaAjailcd Invalid ela'ma....
groslsot smooat insand in say
oo risk............. V....... -
op iLLisoia,! 1BA Tl MUNN. FrMldon
Ceaaiyor vooa.) - son v hulland, Brcrotary
rnuTiuijii ijii laB-jataui AJIv IA
VESTKSNT COMPANY, of Chteaeo. kolas- aovmllv
dopoo sad say. that th larogoiag Is fall,
sad oonoet atstmat of tb aasirs of said
Company, sad that tlwiisr tb above dcrtbd oat-
mrsor. - ins i nvnn, rrotcat.
O. BOLLANS, BsoreUrr.
Sabrcrihed sad saoia Wforb au, tbis'Sth Say of
rfaaasry,iaoi. oi.wi w.aiAV, ...
rssAL Commiarlooor far Ohio ia Chicago, fit.
Fly cast stamp. J
Ornca or Tea Acditob op Stats, I '
(JoLCSBoa, Ohio, Jaaaary Is, 1SS7.. -It
ia brby eertlStd, that tb forogolag t a opr-
copy of tb. StatamaotV ooadltioa of tho Pwo
ident Lif. Ioaaranc and iDTsstsseat Cooobodv of
Chicago, nad to aad SM m thia oSlea, forth year
Witaoas my hand sad al, oSKauIy.
rSosl.1 JA9.H.e0DMAsT,Aadlt0T0f Itat. '
J AMIS WILLIAMS, Chief tltrs.
VER T1FICA TE0? A UTH0RI1 Y. '
(To xpir os tb S'st day of saasry, SS :
x Omcs or ths AmiToa or Stats.
Idsbtsbco DciWrtawot, Columbus, O. Jan' IS, 1S67.
Whnvaa, Th rnOVIDKM P LIFE INSCKAKCI
IN VESTMENT OOMPAM Y, located at Caioasw
Stat o! IUavif , has hied in thlp of ea a
ent or Ita eonoitioo, as rvqaiiod or th
iBCorporatoBbv tha gaU of Ohio p.mj Apri
ISM, aad amsadtd Fobruary , 1SS1; and tho ad
iSfulaU Forsiga Inarsaoa Compaaiai." saw
'' Idsuibocs Cosapsai
April a, 1S68; aad, Sihoroaa, asld Company haa
tsraiahod tb eadanifood sstiatastory svldaao that
posMasad of at last Oae Hondrcd n4
Tboaaaad Dollars af arisal r.k
Capital lavealed la stocks, or hoods, or la awrt
gaga of roal astat worth doaUo tb .moaai for
th asm .is aiortgaiod ; aad Wbar, md
Company baa Sli ia thia cSia wrttta isnKat
Ita copwst 31. aignod by tha lnTaad
Soarsiary tawM shtborisaig aay agoht ii saaats
said CoBTpsay ia thia S'.t. to ackaowledga Mr
vice of proct, for aad la a- bau of nid Oompaoy
scaorciBg lo the tanas of ' said ls-f,
Kow, ThtrtlQi, ia auriuaDM of tb arat ascrloa
tbp arsid Sot, L Jama H. fiodaaaa, Aaaitar
OfBtaUpf Ohio, do hart by certify that said Frov
IdpntLlfe laaarance aad In-veatsaeat C'osa
paay of Chicago, is sutborissd to trsasset tho oof.
of Life aal Aesidaat lasaraac ia this SUt
th tbirty-flrst day of Jaaaary, ia tho vosr oae
9 mght saaarea aaaaixryncbt
15 WlTPB Wttlfjo:
OT, 1 ba.M VHanatA
oriboa sjy pamp sad aata tho bk! f my cHI-o
Cq th day sad nor above writtoa.
' WABCS II. WOMAN,
R. XT. B. McLELLAX, Agent,
MADB XEW, ..
tor Or BMdieinaa.
Font poet paid oa
roaeipt of 10
i( of 10 otats.
E. B. Foots
Broxtwa N T
1 COMFORT AMD
ea-o rortno Kapior
imoipioiio c a
UBS Brsadwsp N V
Seat la salad a-
volepf p receipt
10 enta Addreoa
Dr. K. B. FOOTE,
aathor cf Medieal
iComapnSeosei r t
XAiWriTtrm tir.-rr. I
To Bemt or Sell.
A BRICK H0U3I ABD LOT, OH OOUBT ST
aMr tbe Depot. Caastsnabls dwslitag wttk sU
nomm, all . a put of ths aavebass memtj smv
famaia ens, twe se tbns vssra, to mtt Ike par
hasv For parties law sasjair at ths irr s.l
EDWA0 UVTT)CirstaeKB,at ldnlaistfatsrsd
th. ntata of Williaaa J. Millw ImuoI, kaa
Blsd his aeeossts ia b. ral-s of th Frebsts Csnrl
tsr tbs Saal ssMlmiMnt of asld sststs, whieh will bs
srd a ths h day of Fsbraarv, A D 1SST, a
e'doekFM. WB. 8. RUSSgLL,
, . t , , , , r Frsbsts Jadae.
' I ! i , ,, ,'
' Sohool Elootlon.
-.HAH I QtTAUriED 1LCCTOR8 BCSIOINT IK TBI
I JL Citvsc rrtsmtsad territory ,acd tbsrste
I for Sebeol ssrsens. ars snr satis to snl si
Day of February, 1891 J to sleet br ssJfc
twe SMcahais of ths Board of Zdacatioa af said
sltf tnsrvtkMssiathrMyws. SsiS SHStise
sa4leHoawillWM4arivsi S I'tlaok A. at.
th W m1 1.. - !! ill
e-wok r. H. Bt .rtrr of ths BmrS f In
. BOMBR IVKRITT. gMralarr.
Frasaoat, O, Jsa IS, 1S8T. itvS
Lake Erie & LoniiTille Rail
XTOTICI B HIREBT fllTBN. THAT TBE A-
ll snsl Mastlsg ot ths Stockholders at ths Las
ins a iti?lu Bll Bead Cnmr, srill bs h
st tbs Ossatof said Coasp'sar ia F iunat.Ohta. aa
Wedneadlav, .Tlarek 6, 1MT. st 10 'elaek
A. B., forth. .iMttos of Nla () Dinstan.
At ssM SMatiiig a csatraat will ss aabaaittsd te
said Stockholder., far tbsir aatlaa, aatarad iatoby
aaa asiwaaa ua vrrsetora or ua uiraMl no ia-
dlaassolia Caatrsl Bsilwav CamauT.sad tha JS'
oavilla, BadiaoB k IndiaaapoUa Rail Bast Cora-
paav. aad tha Lake Brio LoaiavilJa Ball Boad
Coatpsav, for th baildiag sad saaoT that sort of
hq, mn nmrnen vampaaier Juoa soiosao L'asa
hridfo Oitf aad BashvlUe. Is tho (ts'o of laaistrs.
B. W. B. Mol.ET.LAN.
OsVoortha OkB.ftL.B. B.Oo, BwasUiv.
FresMBt, O , Jan. 23, 18ST. j . Swf
The New England Family
THE BPBDr6riKK,D KEPfJFJLICAK,
Bt SAMVEI. BOLBSACOMPAliY, .
- , - Sraiaonatn, Mass,
AJonraslslllsw Englan aad deaer.
isosaw, new eogtaiiot lateaus, of A.l
erauare, ol Politics, of Social bile a not
ntSTSB 0! A BOCSLB SBSST Of SISST FASSS AUB tl
Dailv at $S a vaar; goni- Wosklv St 14: sad Wtoal
at tint slwsva ia sdvaaea.
Th 8rai- ssblt i israod ovary Wadairtij aad
Bstaresy, snd ombrsoss all th a. a, editorials, sor
raapoadaoos, saaays sad slinlnla of th slxdilwa.
As s aowapspsr for oenntr einalstioa, th Stai
w look for a atasdv ssd largo tnaroaa lo Ita sabsori
bars sod raadaia. . .
Tho WsaaxT Bsri'SLKua will ooatiaa ita fall aad
fresh review of tho aooo of tho weak, ita ooaaraaa
ooBBilatioa of U Nw Baaiaad itoau of iatwsat.
aasita oaiau or arst class ovoats; satw osair to
ttv ss th SMtoritv of itasaasl soeas to tho eheia-
aref oardilorUdiasaaloBe, oar variosa aad high
toaod eotraapoodOBc, osr giusnas Htararv mloas
aad aaiastlsaiaa, todoasostUotsaja sad aotgaatioot,
toaaloetioasfrani now hooka ssd aaagssiaoa, sod to
oritiaalsad sokntad start sad pootrv; sad so to
nako it ski sod aaoro ooaapieaoasly, what it alas?
lyht alrvsl bceoaM, TsaNaw Bsslasd Fahilt
KswsPAraa. W shall prlat ao oratissad "stariaa"
dariag ths aoat vosr, but giv soh wsak a short aad
oossplats obo, eltd er tooalatod from foraiga
sabliratioas, or OTatribwtod bs toan of oar owe
Fir osi of tba WsrsLT Barf slicas to oaoad.
Bpociaiaa evpio. prat a ppucraoa to
SAMt'Il. BOW1.ES a COM PANT.
UUAM SPIKE, REBECCA B. MeMILLEK, REA
aiaB.8siak.Joha W.Btootaad Jaaala T Mt.
Bride will toko notice, that oa th 17th dav af Jaa.
aarv. A. D. 1SS7, Laaas Flarbary aa sdmiaiaWataT of
CyiaaBpiak licsaa.d, Sled la the Probata Coarl of
me iOa.iy oi oaajasay, aaa ats o or ubio, a n etl
dnaaJlegUjgthatoa th. iret day ef Doosssbor,!. D.
ISet tho aald Cyraa Spiak, tan ia. fall life, en tend
into s aoBtTast ta writing with John Boaiagerof tho
I Ooaat of aaadaaky. for tho sala of tha fall..
lag real oaUt. aitaate ia th Coaatyof Saedoakr
aad Stat of Oaks, as-wit :' Tho wool half of the
oath-woat qaartev of oaotioa aaajbor aavea i7) la
towothip BambwSv (S of raago aaaibar foarteoa
lit), ooataiaioc ainoty-two aero sad aiaate.fcn.
haBdradih af aa asro, apaa the tallowing terms :
Said Baaiagar was to pay aeid Spink foraaid pieailaas
tha saoj of sis haaorod sad Sfcy-oellara aad ift,
oifhtoents,a follow.: Ooehueored aad Bfty dol
sua aad .bfly eight swats April SS, 1996 ; eae haa
died dollar. April Hot ; aad tfty dolWaiaaei.
ly thereof ir, with nateroat thorooa at eight per aoat
Kr aaaam.' That eei BenrBger paid to .aid gplnk la
a lifetime all of ,aatd parebae , money ezeoptisg
taoaass ol oae haadred aad oighvySr doiiar sad
twoaty-tevea nu, th bslsneo of. priaeiptl sad la
toreat roassiaiag aapaidoB tha lath ray of iaaa
ary. 1167, which aua said aa:Bgr paid lo aid FuuV .
tiysaahahaiiiieualer eaaaul IBth day of Jaa
aaiy, 18ST, aad thai said Boning r 1. eauila d to a
deed for said nvmiaca. - Tttat Jeiiaa rplnk, Rehsees
B McMi ka, Baarna M Bplak, i ha if. Stoat aad
Janai T McBndo are tho heirs at law aad legal
fopraoaetaUros of said Cyras Spiak, deceased, tha
prayer of tae said petition is, that aaid Lac s Flat
tery may be aathoni-d asmoke a deed to aud Ba
itJmr fori aid Brsaisoi ia b-hall of said heira.
gaidpaUtioawillboioraeanog aa tho th dvy of
Fwhroary, A. B. 18S7for.o there J Mr aa leave
af said vparr saa o wnwi
r. v, . ... -1 A.U0AS FXATTEBT
a3pd . , , Adjn'r oi t iraa Satak,ooasaa.
FREMONT DRUG 8TORE.
DR. I DIIM 1 SON,
ITI aoi-le to thovnadg of tfeftir frMadi 4 th
T lBHe cmtaUr that la aB4Bir with taa
ovat4 atarah aa4 raanj pntgnm of their tow aa
ooaatry slitiiig th pt At 7 ears, thoj har aot
00I7 (toabsod aa4 tnibratl, bat rraatly aora thaa
quaiapioa tb anoaai or intir itoca oi ,
Window Shades !
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, MISCELLAN
' ' EOUS INSTRUMENTS,
AND A THOUSAND OTHER
ARTICLES UNDER THE HEAD OF
- To jtMtaad aioat popur
If .. . ,. ' .
HAIR RESTORATIVES 4 IJAIR
: SOAPS, PATENT AND
, ICINES, Ac.
alte a liberal soltsv, a larae Stock, aad slmort
aneqnelled Tariety. wef.ll ju.tlB.d ia aaitng that
Dnrglaes, Fhyrldao Marcbaass aad tho poopl
geaeially will hers Sad nearly pyecy edvsaSeae paaei.
bl to b o Bared (nany af tha tows or cities of tb
E. DILLON aV OV.
Freaieat, Jan. 11, 1SS7 Myl-
UAFUFAVTUUER AXD DEALER IA
ALL XIXQS Or
TOBACCO AMD SEGARS !
la aea.iaad's Naw Block, Orp tha
1st Katloaal Baak, .
SIGUt OF THS BIO INDIAK.
HOCiaS, aalooa-kaoaars, sad Hotel areariotev
VT aroaaaooldiv laviUd to sail aad examine say
Svoek. I fa tb largest sad most oossalot of aay
www aof v ia laia ee. uoa oi ia ooaasry.
Ky otttlsoaUkoslMsadanMllBroSU. v-
ItOBoat, Nov. M,1Sf . S7y 1.
Ladies, call ani see those hanJsonie
'" n.itHwTaem em, Vtaataaau. v. - -
E, B. MOORE!
TTafiirsparshaswd the well kaewaCroak! store
4 A, ot . w.ttowiaaata, ia prepares to aapsi;
cttiseat of Saadasky aad aoj?laieg eomatlaawlti
' ' ' Y. V '"
- CROCKERY,- . I
Bfiknnla-Ware, . flated-Wan,
TABLE CUT1.JBBY, '
WE HATE OK BAUD THE
Erer Breaght te FretaoMt,'
sad are receiving daily, direct from th mAnnfaeter-
srs all Mad of
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
which waire sslilag stprieee that
ehataalsrgeiaijwwllatlactod . t
STOCK OF LAMPS,
GOOD 8UPPJLY OF OIL.
WsswepaworrthlBsTiaoarliao sad sail It aa
hasp aseaa be bad ia M orthora Ohio.
Coatela aad txamine ear Steekaad sea will itfl
; ' f ""s t - -
to bofoaad la thia aasrkst
la eeaaoatloB with th sbovo b - will sell the well
.Croghan Mills Flour,
aaafsctarod by Moore a Deea. (formerly Moore k
illetto.) All oar Soar is marie from No. 1 wheat
4 la tasraateod te giv aatiefact'oa.
We will keen eoastantly on haad at Wboleealeaad
Batall, Floor, rabm, Cora Meal, Bras, etc.. , ,
DonH forget the l?laee
Fallette, Hore & Rawsoa Block.
E. E. MOORE.
DORR & SON.
Kawsad Coarplets Winter assortanat ot
BOOTS AND SHOES,
COKSISTIKS FAST OF
LADIES' SLIPPERS. '
MEN'S CALF BOOTS, .
MEN'S KIP BOOTS,
MEN'S COARSE BOOTS,
MEN'S OVER SHOES,
C H E A P ' F O' R VC A'Sfi ,
CUSTOM WORK doao la tho aoat aty; st fair
price. .... . ,
' BEPSUUNOaeailv doa. DOBB ft to.
Fremont, Jaan.'ST ' '
in ftjIaL, blastT
. . ' ... , .,1.?.. i i i, - ! s
Wl ASI NOW 0PENINS A LAJtOtaad wellaa
aorted Stock of
DRY GOODS r:
BoqVs and Slioes,
, lla.s andCaps, ic. ,
All of whleh bar been boaghtat tb
tal Sew Tek(aad wa are oSbrlng the entire stock at
arioes saai will - .
We wo aid Mr that wo have determined in make
this s nont InatitnUoa sad have the faeilltios la
every roaoat sad at all tiana, ta soaraate favorsblv
with aav oatabliahaMat ia Northers Ohio, W wU)
aiauBsaoaiasa . . . ...'.,.,,
FIRST-CLASS GOODS, AND, SELL
THEM AT A LARGE PER CENT.
LESS THAN THEY CAN BE
BOUGHT ELSEWHERE, 4
GIVE US A CALL
Aad eemoar oar aries aad good vita too orioa
Baaed job at other alsoaa, anfl vol ati. ba OBviaed
aa. sawway n
.,,: -it. W ? '
Buy Goods at Head Quarters.
CASH PAID FOR
ah all sixna OP
rreatoat O, Sept T5. lSSS-SStf - r 5
Notioe to Teachers of . Com
TVfli Board of Exaalaar for Saadaeky County will
hold asesloas for naaainatloA of oandidatos at
tho Hlga Sehool BalbHoala Pnaiiiat, aw th follow
ing Save: September SSd; October Sth and Mh, No
vembarSdandlTUi; Deaeaiber let aad Ittb; Janaary
luaaiaatione will beglsat K If, No msdidatrs
will a allowed to enter the slaaa after 1 P M. belt
taadidtaa I reaalrod by law to pay Sfty eeoia aa s
soaditiea of axsafiaatioo: sad shoold eesM arwpand
with Baser sad aaS lav a itsaiped bvIom
with tbe Clerk ef tbe Bo d. .
Caadidstoa will ploaee Use notice that the law re
al Ire. that thay aaay bo laauoed la the Taoory aad
Frsekiee of Ttachlaf.
. . WH.STAM.ACBaogS.1
J. B. L6T BLAND- . luaiaor.
trWirf ; pswjiat,nwtoi..
YTfftock of Dry'
Bvorything Hico and Uou:
OAY PLAID POPLINS, PLAID AND STRIPS U0HAISS,
PLAID AND STRIPE ALLPACSS, PLAID AND 8TRIPX DwCHXTXJ,
SILK STRIPE POPLINS, ' PLAID ARMEHES,.
.ni: FRENCH IMPRESS CLOTHS, AD Colors, FRENCH USRISCJ. ,
i:.uuv wpLA1D AND STRIPE EMPRESS CLOTH. PLAID U5SXN0S, --
-. COLORED ALLPACAS, BLACK AND WH1TI PLAIDS,
CANTON CLOTHS, ALL WOOLDeLAINS,
..- ' j f BLACK ALLPACAS, B0MSAZIN2S, 40,1(7
A LARGE STOCK OF DLAGi: ClLflC.
FANCTILKS, AJ1 Colors c. s ;
BALMORAL SKIRTS aad HOOP
1MAMUOT1I BTOGSQV . ,
Shawl! and Cloaks, - Eroad bibuu, r Zat.lla' C5fw2gv.
Beavera, , Faaoj C1obJe1xi;b, Ouciiars, gtfanfa
Jains, Tweed, OoUoaad.,
- :CJ- YOIe?Qv :s . .' ; .
,r. FlliiiminiaEa oi? USTasry ID)4549?Tptiat
WHITE, GRAY, RED, BLUE, YELLOW AND PLAID. ,V
PRINTS," BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLIN, J)2LUS nCOTft
AND SHIRTING 8TRIPE, GINGHAMS, BLUE AND
i ! i , . 1 'j -! m Z it i DEiVEMS
TABLE LINEN, NAPKING, TOWELING, JACONETTa, 8 WISS1, JfAUT-
800K, LINKN CAMBRICS, LINEN LAWN, BOOK UXJSLOLllSZS
HANDKERCHIEFS, PLAIN HINSTICH EMBROIDlIlT.
Oar stock of GLOVES and HOSIERY ia fall aid wft.
DRESS TRIMMINGS, CLOAK TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, . 10X20X8,
GIMPS, VELVET RIBBONS, and a thoasand other article t ita. . ,
f '"?' . - eroits to andertaka to mention.
AIm) a 8pleudil Stuck of IS&0XDE1UXI3.
We call especial attention to our Stock
N. B. Remember our Stock is all
Prices, and we will sell them Cheap
stock, of Goods aod judge for yourselves. Remember the place, at tha roarjia
latelr occapied hj B. D. Austin, corner of Ptata and Front Stpcata. -
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"FREMONT CASH STORE. 14-41
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.WM. A. RICE'S. STOES1
fs .-- j ,
FINE FURS, ..,'..
. ' . SPLENDID CLOAKS,
WM. A: RICE'S STORE
FOR TOUR SHEETINGS,
.JGo lo vVq. A. lttefc'B Store Cot yciis f
And ovafjthiBg sja at
, GROCERIES j The frahett
Framont. Dec 14, 184$. 4jl.
1 1 tf
SKIRTS, for Lsviitja, lawa UA ChMrsf
BROWN AC. . - ' -
, .' GUIPUXi, u"
eatirelj NEW, Old Cavi at Hifa
for CASH. Give, as a call axainiasi p '
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FLAITXELS. : .
BALMORALS, : .
. . B00F JSXXRT8,
f. -re ,H
astooisaiaf law pTissaX
and cheapat in ten; it. '1 ;1
, WM. A. RICE'S STORX. '
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HATS & CAPS.
Hatband Cap Store.
J IS NOW CROWDED FULL OF
ALL THK VARIOUS STILES Of
i : ', . ) '-
HATS AND CAPS. LADIES' AND
GENTS' FURS of ever kind and
if j "style, LADIES' HOODS AND
' SKATING CAPS, GLOVES
" MITTENS, BUFFALO
ROBES, AC, fcC.
IP XJ 'FL O .
At H. Lesher's
PLACB TO BUI IOIR
Furs for Ladies &Ge ntlemen
J vA BtaVTIfTbe LOT Of
MINK,' FITCH, SQUIRREL, MUSK
RAT AND FRENCH CONEY,
, j'raasoat, Nov. 18, ISSS. 4mS.
' rrm ra ..
Oa tk Pike, Wsw M Mtfa,
EGGS, " ""
TALLOW, , . . . . f
hsv aoaataatly aa haad a soaraloss stoah af
Family Groceries !
' Wbiob vrratta
Lowest Nw YtrJa tu Piit,
fait a-rtl riov ftltmyt kU. .
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fgheet srioa te, J1 earts of Ft f,
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rum. t. untfnur.
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it iiliy oatabilebodaa, laa .-
ory Prartieal sad fceaaMlieT ar-
lainsaiiiBB. memo f.
via: tea dariag asm r r
tseto oaaail. Tha Bra snrtaMa:
. aeiwaieaad tbaay.
y Bobwrta A Sbaltfeav
ciwrwat Oravawars 1 Udia,la ska aw ' robraary.
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wra t i sj m arw
I. A LAUGHLUf .
Ohio, t rraKO.,P..j7lr5r-3wd.
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