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POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS. CLOSES.
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Tkrarildatafft,liN)ilt 11:4 A. M.
Way Mali W, (Imh at. MtM
Tfcraeaja Matt ftlWMtr
fkiMck staflrreoi th Wert at !.
fnMAMtttfat wnrt. . U:tA.a.
OPENS. L. E. & L. R. R.
T BUrv1U, Taoadavs TtUbji r.
To Bleak Bwwasa, Batardays, at
Battataaa rvt wan iwfakarls AwM la th fbllosr
taf Ckarsfcas kl thia alty, vry Sabbath, at the
tflnaiii T Krnoarai, Caraca, eoreer af Marks
M Kasa Btjwet; Bar. J. Wtbbb, raator.UM A,
su,b4Kf.b. ! Baaaalatt u, FiyrsBe
rial I finn snrsartlaTrlniTB ani Mala
Vara. Baa. B. Braaamu, Paster; 10K A a and
9M I ii j Bakaol at U a- Massing amy Vadaw
Br. Pan's (BwnM-ajiiraraaa. Bar. 0. H. Tana,
Hi 1nL. t' Maa ss OaaH Streets; UK 'A. a.
'ai ex r.ai. Baa day School atf r. a. LersrTry
Widatsaaj I naig la the search. - -
BaaaaajaaGnmCBa Frost Straet, botweea Market
IH Iskaaan. Bn J. B. Imnoi, Pastor; MM
a. a.,sd r. a. Bsnsday School at A. B. Ftayar
ajMBf aw; f aa;tnlaf.
Lrraaai Caaaca, kmc Oai mad Cwt Btiwta;
Bar.H. tiaraatar; Wi a. , aa4 1 . . ,
(Oatbolic) Caraca, Craf aaa St,
I'll i if aa naawyaaafl Tntl na if lj nllT a, 1 tt
Kata at IVdoskA-m Eifhar Bolaata Maaa at n
'a!aakA.a,ta Viacarat lOXi) TaaaanaAt aUaak
I.B-. tM.1 nanliit"jT---,"" r.a. Baa-
aaa Bakaai at tr a.
Br. Abb (Catbouc) Caraca, Btata Btnat, Bar. L.
r.VABan Faatar; mat thai at Weak, A, a.;
Bmal a3(k Baaaat M a'aleak, a. a. ftaaday School.
tr.Taaaant r.a.. . . .
tiAtlD FOR SALE
1VlCRBSaflaaa' aa Baa Clara rirar Wia-oatia,
lytoafcraaalaftaat avgatakw aua, aHaai-
a faff laBOar anirawi axi mi, w rlvFmrJ
. Br-I- B.DIUoa.,.mwuit uaia.
1 KICK ROM! aa4 aaaaara a Laa4. itk Ctait
f Nw tad oat-kaildiBaa, la tha ttlj ai rronm
r Chaaa aad Ve aw5r aaymaaU: aba about
of asaaraca Usawauaot, ! rraaMMt, aaitahla
faraar iwntutumf aatabliabaaat, aa4 aou tk
ansaai wm a( lova. Ba)airaar 1. L JL'HI.
aaaiaavJaaAMW-otf - - -
A.raxm for Sale. .
KB arila traai tka aavrBoratioa tt rrtmtnt,
iMii aataa Boaanwa Htm. Ksqaira of Blraa
Bkaar af Bvltorao. or Dr.Bakar of Fraaoat cM
nr Forry Cia' Oi lumij. 0 a. dli
Tclsable City Lots for Sale.
mnaaMnMaLataataaaaraarar Tim aadStata
I CCfOrtk fmirat, h aCacoA fat W. Alas,oaa
Bowa, fcnigy aa4 ataraaaa,a4oBMa wagoa aad aaaal
te.maOiloftM. raraarttoDtafaaan ea er addroa)
A aaoon f or, rat4o roraor Ela m MM 81a,
iMMt 0 Maa.fiKATU U W00CW0ETH.
Paa. tWM-ltf - - '
.T tland for Bala. '
IorrBB Waaatfeatr aataa of Land aljoilaitl
CaT ctoM Intri " f t 9t iv lara,ooa
aula aaAAkatfoaatof rtaawat, oatao Kmr Baad.
tk -- - Airt-iai UKbar aad JO of alaarad
BBaAoaHkaAakaaiaaa. caAia a food itata of 01
- 'aaaaiaataknaa..v UkBIVMOUM.
"Tk1 Fara' for Sale.'- : :
ft HI acdoaritxr am toraala kit aa Fana of J0
J aom,altaat4 la Soott Twnalp, ooa aril aorrti
oT rramiT. tl la W.U tarcrd. hoprerad, mid w. II
draaaWaaraaaf (ooltnaaar, a guuuuieuara
af trait, a jo1 "Pf'Tf' P. P"
aad all rartatiaa af aawll fralu. Tka baildiart ara, a
aStaaiMiat raaatr. M. SKTDEB.
1 i . Farm for 8ale. ;
ImTTtttBt tala atf ratal of ona fcaadrad aad
atsta aaras Me aM of aloacad laad, Ua aigk
lakW aalttratroa,tka kaiaaaa ta baarr timber
laaaa oHtaaa tkttty tada at fart gaaita, aad aitkio
taaa4aitkaaaailaof aaao Griat BiU aad Sa
BUU. -Taaraara oa tka fa, twa food DwalUag
Biiaaai. TftihiTl SaokaBaaaa. Calltr aadar tht
aa.to, OaraAMa, Sara with 8kada, two oaTerfatl
tgf Siatal' aaatoftkaHaaaaaadooa lor tha Bars
-C am, Orahud of Mo LStaftad fruit,
oak aa Aaaot,Caoritaa, rara,QaiaB. FMabaa, Ac
Faarttoatataaatatanaa, ata., oaUoaar addraaa
. PT. MB O0B,pIjLT0'
TtaarT.-im-aaffpA ; .' s ";. ', '
- Hoi For California!
. a rr men tun viAta to to
J mw i a food ararca bj eallli
- -- k. I. if.l.raila.d to aira ai
lag aa tha aab
aoaia ona a bar-
a kartaf kia laraa, (kaawa aa tuo rShabrl Bar
L,laj raral ataaatad aboaltwaaad a kalf mUMaaath
of wart koaa taa aoatiakiBf rillafo of Olyda, aad
Bbaat Bra aad a kaM aaiaa aaatk of aaat tram tha
Clto af fnanl, aaataialaf Ul aena of nod, 1
Zq ,ilnfi T tha taaialadar ttakarad. Tbara
ta aa tho ataaiiaai a food traaw hoaaa,eoatalatii mit
imrf Tmt, aiaHi a-a.aaUaroaaa.aaahaa'Wt-vTat
toaaat aad aaahrtaa, aa good, aataa
aaadaknara; aataa paaw pr.u
aMarib atook. AaoatMWaakaarbaf aaalattaaa,
aiaik a, ataaik aad ehotry traaa, alao aboat tttaa
kaadrad kaAad aaaak aiaaa, aarga aaoark to aat ia
ttIkHaaotBar kraot af laad of ahoA taaaty-aaa
ana laytaf aaarly aoataaaa froai tka Iwaot at
Clrda-Thrra ia oathtB aton of laad a iMdhtai
kaoaa aa ri at aaa, aU kntahad, alao, aaatr
laar a Bra laraa aapla una, which haar aheiei fralt;
hw. oaas Awaatf-dra ataall oaaa, aat foar raara,
aitaf on ahotoaat kaada af frtt,ataa a lot of poach,
Mac. alaahaad ahorrr traaa, aad a asgaf orchard of
aoaYaa arr awpla traaa, aad 4o aaka tha littlo
an sana darltab'.aall tbara la a braatifal aprieg
aaarlogoatlta-loa-aold-watatwittilB A leat of
tha dwalUag kaaaa, aakiag nek aa tariting ntraat
aaa aotaaBaar'a darbaantk thaterga aproadiag
I ii ' aa Aaoaai Boaah aad Willow, riich
Tha aaaoo aaaarthad a4aen wiUb. aold togatw,
at aeaaaaaar, ta aait pambamra. Tor term, aad
Ag. ld, .atla
f?(, s ; Strayed,' Strayed. (
STBATtDfren Alaxaadar Kiag's fun Bl!ri;is
rewaahia. Baa. Slot last, sea aiae rstr old, light
rod oav, high strairkt koraa, kaloagtrg to Inas
rkaraaaad Uwia Tiler.
Ahw,eveaatref two veer eM spettod steer aad
tcm detk bran eow, bkaglag ta Darter Drake, (ran
taa eM BaohteU Sawaill ia ma Orwk Towaahia,
t Btfln tlottfc ot Bi laaagi lege.
A Mhota! toward will a paid lot thrlr raeororf , or
far taJoraetioa as ta whore tbay ner fc foaad.
ISAAOPHSI.PS, f ramie t, Ohio.
DABICB DBAK.B, vresaapringa, Ohio.
. 1000 Oordi Stave Bolt,
"a T Jaaa Backlaada Star Barrel raetorr.for
A whieh M will be paid for good Bed Oak, aad
fjseisraUetaMf kiade. Than wiabipg to get rut
Bolta will plan call at the rffiee aeer C. k t. BaiU
toad, aad gat direcUeaa how t-i rpllt I bra AIM,
Ttabt Barrel Stavnead Beadiag boagbt.
JUNE V BUCK LAND.
Freaetit. Jaa. 1, lft:laZ
TWO Haadtad Taaaand rtpo Slam; Twe Baa
drad Tboanad Bed ak Steret: for which the
kigkast aarkat prior will kepotdia nuk. by
rtveeeat, Ore. IS, lget. lat
BLOUGETT & CO.,
HATE get their rbotocreph Boona, Third Story
Klaar Bloek, ealerged, improred, aad red ted
aad an naairtag tka eitinaa af Saodaokt coeatj ia
vast aaeda, to kave their
. . PBOlogratpha Taken.
It aeon aaka aa diSenaae If the wntber -4
be etowjdr or eleox, Btodgrtt A Co , ma wmkm
a fret rat rietar for jam. Coawaadeoe.
' BraAgatt Co, will aaka poa a perh-et
ptetne froai tha aaallnt to the largeet !,
; oa the aaortott aottor. Come aad ear.
-Ble4fAtC, kaveeaaaa and fraraea of
all trie, aad rrM Com and an.
fr Beaeahei,tbe beet plan ia Fremont to get
pear ateton takes ia at Bkxigeti k Co1 Booaorer
Rarria A xtriare Store, eeatl.tnea and Ladle, la-
rltod; aditaaea,FBEB- t3T Children'. pietaree-
takaa. Boene pa troa awtut notii erootnr.
i - - BLOD0KTT CO.
--. feaanit.BlaitT.ltAf. '
T u " ; " 1 1 "
List et Lett! remaining uncalled forjin
the Feat Office t Fremont, en the 17th day
Atf January, 18fiJ:
Baet (rsepeaail ;! tka eveebMt Istract
r.ajcjareeoai ail etaets. Try it oaee, will
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f FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1887.
Town id Coimy Hatters.
V V S S 5j
Wa now aentl out the Journal with tbe data
to which the aubaeriptton has been paid adl
di d on the margin of the paper to the printed
addreaa of each aubwriher. By a glaneeat
theae fijurdPaATy one ca UJl how hta K
count (tandaf hua: "John Smith 15 ttpt 66"
mana that John Smith has paid hi tub
acription up to the 13th of September, 186A.
Hereafter rareipta will be nnneceaMrj, ai the
change ia the date will beequiraleot toaocb
acknowledgroeot Thia plan will prore
eqaallj adranlageoua lo ne ind eonvenient to
our anbscribera. It will eare ua the tronhla
ot keeping a teparate book for aubaenptiooa,
and will promptly indicate to mbaeribera
the lime when they should make another
;y Copies of tbe "Swrnat" in wnnoera.
ready for muling, can be bad at thia office at
a rent each, t
1 r 1 aa a
Oil Company, -klaitiatory atena bare
been take to organize aa Oil Company to
teat piomiaing property near BallviUe.
Penonal. OoL H. W. Bbiitol, returned
from Sw York laat week and reports aaow
bank, blockades and long delays tbe order
of tin day on the eastern railways.
Visit. A delegation of Odd Fellows from
Clyde, pid a visit to Crogban Lodge on
Saturday erening, and enjoyed a pleasaat
Blustering. Sunday was a blustering-
day and only people with good pluck and
strong convictions of duty ventured out to
Exr-EPtTtox. The Brass Band made a cil
griniageto Clyde Wednesday evening, where
they were tbe guests of Mr. Stevenson. They
report a delightful time and plenty of oy stare.
Band BaiL The ball riven for the" ben
efit of tbe Baad last week Thursday evening,
was well attended and passed elf to the an-
lire satisfaction of everybody concerned..
Taking Motas Wa understand that
Vf ABiox Off A3CB, Eq., bis been enraged as
tbe regular correspondent of the Clyde Timtt
from this place.
Tut Onn Fbllows. Tbe Independent
order of Odd fellows hsve fixed upon the
evening of Febuary the 5th as tbe occasion
of their annual Reception and Featival.
They are certain to have a good time.
Oia Fkkmilxs. We have good reports
from thnae who are trying to get our preasi
urns, by sending us new subscribers. Our
premiums are valuable and no one who
makes any effort can fail to get some one of
Protracted Meeting;. The protracted
meeting that has been in progress near the
Pike, about three miles west of town, closed
on Saturday evening last. The attendance
bad been large and considerable interest was
Lost. On Thursday evening of last week,
between the residence of Sheriff Rnssall and
tbe M. E. Church, a Fitch Vrctorine. A
suitable reward will be given to tha finder
by leaving it at the residence of Mr. Rus-
LvcTt'BKS. Why cannot Fremont tare a
Lecture or two before the season is ever this
winter T ' We hope the Directors of tbe Li
brary Association will consider tbe matter
and give us at least one or two.
Tbixk or It! A correanondent of the
Cleveland Herald, writing from Selma, Ala.,
under date of Jan. 14, ls6i,says, they have
green grass, garden peat and early vegeta
bles growing down there.
A Slkiuhixu Fabtt. A sleighing party
of twenty-six couples came in town from
Clyde, on Wednesday evening and stopped
at the Croghsn House, where they had a lit
tle social dance, an elegant supper, and a
At The Five Mil House. Tht young
people ef Fremont to the number of about
thirty couple held a party at the "Five Mile
Honae" on Monday evening. The supper
the chatting and the tripping of fantastic
toes were all eminently satisfactory.
Liberal. The Young Men 'a Lyceum"
has donated their books which constituted
their library to the Fremont Library Asso
eistion. We uuderstand that there are two
or three hundred volumes in good condition
and most of them valuable standard works.
RcLioiors Ssbvicbs. A series of relig
ious services commenced in (be Reformed
Church of this place on Wednesday evening
last, preparatory to the holy communion on
the coming Sabbath. The Pastor is be
ing assisted by Rev. Mr. Keller, of Bellevue,
Ohio service; conducted in: the English
Dramatic The .Tableaux Company are
making preparations to give a Dramatie en
tertainment in place of the Annual Poor
Supper next week. The programme is not
yet a ranged, but no effort will be spared to
make it tbe best entertainment of tbe lesson.
It ia proposed to occupy two evenings and
on fo et them the long promised "Fanchon,
the Cricket,1' one of the finest dramas ever
written, will be produced.
Fainted. The 'Tableaux Compaay"
have had their drop curtain and stage fixtures
beautifully painted by the scenic artist Mr.
Lous Kismv of Sandusky. The work is
done with excellent t ante, the design and col
oring Wing in perfect keeping with the
simp?e plan of t lie stage and its furniture.
Annual Election. At the Annual Meet
ing of the F-ra. National Bank of Fremont,
held on the 8th intt., the following named
gentlemen were re-elected Dirre.ors, vix: S.
Bircbarit, Jas. W. Wilson, W. Bruner, Jaa.
Jostica, R-ihert Smith, A. W. Lucky, and
A. H. Miller. At a subsequent meeting, of
tbe new Board, S. BitcBAko, was re-elected
President nod Jaa. W. Wilhos, Vice Presi
dent, A. H. Millkb being continued as cash
ier. Behind tha Bars Three young men,
Jobs Walters, John Myers and Perry Jenks,
"reived a row" on Saturday night on being
refused admittance to a citixen's bouse throw
ing snow balls and making a great disturb
ance and finally misusing a young man wbe
went out to remonstrate with them. Tbey
were arrested and taken before Dr. Wilmer,
J P., on Monday, plead guilty snd were
fined $.1.00 eaeh. They are now in jail, to
remain until they pay tbeir fine.
The Good Templar'a Ride. The Good
Templars, to the number of fifty or aixty, had
s jolly ride to Tiffin last Friday evening, one
of the clearest, brightest and coldest nights
of I he sen on. The sleighing was splendid,
the r-srty in the finest spirits snd the ride
jut long enough to be erjoyahle. Once ar
rived, the party wa introduced ta the Tiffin
Lodge, a little apeec'i wss made by Mabl?
Cuasck, Khu.., which was responded to by the
Worthy Chief and others of tbe Tiffin Lodge.
Tbe exercises over, hosts and guests repaired
to the Davis House and sat down to a sump
tuous auriper prepared and served in the best
style, alter which the Fremonters "packed"
ti: MrbtSnil" "-"-"
FREMONT LIME WORKS.
Preparations for Enlargement—The Quarry
—Three New Kilns—Building Stone—
The Stave and Barrel Factory.
The Limestone territory of Fremont and
vicinity has never yet been developed to the
extent warranted by tbe facilities for ship
ment and the ready market for the product
of the quarries. Fremont While Lime
known in both eastern and western markets
for its excellence and there is practically no
limit to tbe demand for it at fair and paying
This winter however the new firm of June
A Bucklaad are making preparations to erect
ob their propertyrarly next spring, three new
Perpetual L:me Kiln', Page's Patent. These,
with the one now'owned by the firm, will
turn out one thousand bushels of lime per
dsy. One of them is to be built beside the
one already erected and will be fed by the
asms track snd machinery. Two others of
tbe same sice and capacity are to be put np
near the quarries on ifapoleon Street. Lime
in bulk will be furnished mostly from the
latter and barrelled lime from those near the
These kilns are to be built of Albany Fire
Brisk, and 50,000 will be used in their con
struclion, all of which have to be imported
from Albany. .
The quarries which are being worked for
lime and building atone this winter are prae
tically inexhaustible. They furnish the beat
quality of stone for the manufacture of lime
and a very mperior article of building stone.'
Messrs. June at Buckland own tbe exclu
sive right to build and uae Paox's Patbht
Psbmaxsxt Limi Kilk in the counties of
Erie, Sandusky, Ottawa and Huron. . This
kiln has tbe advantage of all others' iu being
permaneut, in the certainty of its operation
and in tbe small amouut of fuel required,
Parties using the old-fashioned kilns cannot
eompete in the market with lime burned in
the patent improved kilos snd the proprietor
ship of this large territory in a good lime
atone region gives our Fremont firm a mon
opoly of the business.
In connection with the manufacture of
lime Messrs. June A Bucklaod carry on a
large Stave and Barrel Factory in which they
make the barrels used in their own business
and supply tha local market betides with all
kinds of work in that line.
The manufactory consumes 4,000 cords of
Umber per year. The atave timber is pur
chased in blocks cut the proper length, and
after going through tbe steaming process is
cut into staves at tbe rate of Ij.OOO per day.
The heading timber is brought 'in double
length, cut in two, sawed into boards of the
proper thickness and then rounded to the rize
of a barrel head, trimmed snd fitted all at a
single operation in one machine. The engine
which drivea this machinery is one of the
beat stationary engines in the city, and is
about forty horse power.'
Aside from this is a building for storing
staves, heading, and riuiehed Work, and the
manufactory where the material is worked
up into barrels ready for use. The entire es
tablishment gives direct employ menttc about
fifty men, and furnishes an excellent market
for all sorts of stave and barrel timber.'
The senior members of the firm are Mr.
D. L. June, for many years one of the leading
business men in tbe county, and Gen. R. P.
Buckland. The junior member', Me8r.
D. S.ffune and R. B. Buckland, are both
young men of enterprise, energy and busi
ness capacity, and will prove valuable btlp
in building up for the firm au enlarged busi
ness and a permanent prosperity.
Wheat Crop. The wheat crop promises
to I e good next season. Most farmers sowed
ly and tbe wheat was well rooted when
tbe cold weather came oil, and tbe heavy
blanket of snow and the steady cold weather
have been very favorable thus far during tbe
inter. But the failure of the crop of late
years baa d'ueoursged farmers, and less than
tha usnal amount was sown last fall, To
remedy this as well as to provide against a
possible failure of that already sown our far
mers ought to prepare to sow spring wheat
In all eases where it has been tried it bis
proved very successful, in many cases yield
ing more than tha average crop of winter
wheat in good aeawns, and in all cases giv
ing a paying yield. This winter we are im
porting our Wheat to supply our home mar
ket. . Thia ia a suicidal policy and ought not
to be. Let our farmers take this scatter into
Th New Druid Hall. The work of
painting and -finishing 'the new Druid Hall
in Hidhert's Block, on State Street, is nearly
done. Tbe general plan of the painting, tbe
designs, symbols, and parable pictures are
the same, we believe, in all finished and fur
nished lodges of this ancient order, and are
peculiar to it. Trees seem to be among the
most prominent symbols. . The columns
which support the roof in the centre are
painted in imitation of trunks of forest trees,
the branches spreading out on and darkening
the ceiling above. On the walls are various
pictures, full of meaning doubtless to the in
itiated, representing tbe ancient haunts and
customs of the order. The painting was ex
ecuted by Mr. Lot is Kikpt of Ssndusky,
and is a very creditable piece of work. . The
general effect is good, the colors have been
well mauaged and some of the smaller de
signs ara beautifully finished. Mr. Kindt is
an artist of rare taste and skill, and the work
he has doae here has brought him into gen
eral favor. i
Tha Wood and Timber Market Tbe
business of getting out wood, timber and
lumber is going on this winter with unusual
energy. The aeasou so far has been peculiar
ly favorable, the roads being good for haul
ing to market and the weather uniform and
not too cold or stormy for out-door woik.
The failure of the wheat crop has made many
farmers look lo their large supplies of uncut
timber for means to supply tbeir families with
the luxuries and neoenities which have usu
ally been purchased by the surplus money
from the sale of abundant crops of grain.
The uubroken wood-lots prove a never fail
ing reserve which furnishes money for taxes,
clothes, schooling, books and newspapers
when all other resources fail. Scarce'y any
coal is used here as yet fur the heating of
stores, shops and private houses, and tbe
market for wood ia excellent, while the Hub
and 8 poke and Barrel Factories, ara using
immense quantities of timber every year.
No iultnd towo in Ohio has equal advantages
as a lumber market, the privileges for ship
ment by rail and by water being the very
best. There is no danger vf very hard times
in this county so long as the wood-lots hold
Another Rumpus. An assault was made
on Friday night last on the house occupied
by Mr. Van Buskirk and family, on tbe flats,
by Charles Wilson and four or five others.
After demanding and being refused admit
tance they smashed in tbe windows, sash,
glass and all, and did some other damage.
Van Buskirk blew his horn and raised an
alarm and in a short time tbe neighbors were
out skirmishing up and down the streets and
alleys to find the cause of the alarm. Wilson
was arrested, brought before Justice Tyler
for examination on Monday, and bound over
under bail of $300 to appear on the first day
of the next term of court
It is surmised that the object of 'the r.icl
was to get possession of a child of Wilson's
sister, wife of a sou of Van Buokirk, but now
separated from him. While the applicatio
for divorce is pending temporary custody of
the ehild was granted to the mother who
took t;e child to Cleveland. - Reports say
that Van Buskirk found means to get the
child away from Cleveland, and that it has
been kept here since that time. If the recov
ery of Vte child wss the object of the ataault
a peaceable course might have been chosen
which would have been much more effectual.
Visit. The Bellevue Band visited Fremont
on Wednesday for a sleigh-ride, and stopped
i Lines. The following beautiful lines wan
suggested on tbe first Sabbath of the present
yesr, by the death of Mrs. Jsmes Valletta,
whkiB-had taken place the day previous.
They were written by an intimate friend of
the deceased: '. r .
Her first Hippy New Tear in Heaven
H w happy we never can know.
Till those wondrous portals are open
To our dim -sighted vision below.
Her first joyful welcome in Heaves
Hew joyful, from those 'gone Before,"
From Him she adored, note beholden,
8 are our (as, not her gain, we deplore.
Her 6 i"st perfect freedom ia Heaven '
How perfect from sin and from fears, '
From anguish our souls have new stricken,
From sorrow aad parting, and tears !
Her first glorious 8abbath in Heaven, '
How glorious tee never can tell
Till the light of (tick dawning is riven,
To our eoula withjits H'avenbound ip'l'.
KT. PAUL'S CHURCH FBKMOflT.
The following are the statistics of the con
dition and work of the parish, ' for tbe year
There have been in the chureh during the
past yesr, 1 18 regular aervices. The service
baa been conducted by
The Rector, Ill times.
By other Clergy meu, .'.. 7
Sermons preached by the Rector, in the
Parish .mJ ..17
By other Clergymen, .... ........ .....11
The children have been catechised II times.
Baptisms: ' Adult, 1; Infant, 9; Total, 10
Confirmations................ - 3
Marriages........ ....... 3
The list of communicants, left by the
former Rector of the Pariah numbered, 55
Removrd during 1866, 8
Dropped, . ' 1
Added new, 4
" . by transfer from other Parishes,.. 6
Formerly withdrawn, but returned dor ,
ing the past year, 3
Present So. of Communicants, .... ..... 54
No. of families represented" in the Con
The communion has been administered 13
Communion alms,.... ........ ..... .$53.17
Other collections taken up in Church, 33 55
Total amount of collections taken up '
in Chuich,.... .$115 93
These collections have been appropriated
Incidental Expenses,.': $68 47
Widows and orpaus of dee'd tlurgj,-. . - 5.30
Education OommaVlee, for Education
of candidates for the Ministry, ,'. . 5.93
Missions in the Diocese, 7.47
Foreign Missions, 10,00
MUsiona to Seamen, 650
Memphis Colored Orphan Asylum,.,. 13.95
- Total, $115 93
Collections not taken np in the Church:
For 3. 8. Library. $37.23
5. S. Pipers. : 6 49
6. 8. Service and Tune Books. 1410
Dioceran Convention Fund,. . ....... 4r?. 10
Additional Church Furniture, 1 2 50
Collected by Rev. Mr. MeElroy for
American Tract 8rciety, $'-21.85
By Rev. A. T. MeMurphy-for the
. ..'Church of Our Saviour" Salem,
Ohio, .....;. 5 13.00
The Sunday School numbers Teacher. 15
Scholars; not including lnlant claas: J
Girls,. ::'.'.. 60 '
The infant class numbers about.. 40
, . . Totai,:.''..'.-; ..J:.U.'Jm''" I
r Offsiings ef S. S. for the year 1866, devot.
ed to African Missions, '...$36-20
In addition to the aervices above reported'
the Rector has officiated in other Parishes,
during the psst year, ' .' '
Reading Service............ 7 times.
reaching, ..'.4 " "
Baptised: Adults, 1; Children, 3. Total, 4
Marriages Solemnised, 3
! The report Df the present number of cots.
municants, a compared with tbe list left by
the former Rector seems to indicate a decrwss
of just one during the year. Actually there
has been no decrease. The four reported as
mtsswj and the one "aroiorrf,? were not
actual Communicants ef tbt partafc at tbe be
ginning of the year. They had probably re-
moved from the parisbv but, without having
taken letters) of transfer, previous to the 1st
of January, 196oV ThaXB&re, though there
a shorter list of communicante (shorter by
one,) tbe actual uumber is greater by four.-.
Tebbislk Aocioint. On Wednesday of
last week Mr. Philip Michaels, who lives
about three miles below town, was severely
injured while hauling log tl Amsden's new
mill. The accident occurred aa he was walk
ing beside the sled while going up hilL'His
feet became in some way entingled in the
tines, to that the horses were turned short
across the road, tipping the aled so much that
tho log rolled, off, alrikicg Mr. Michaels in
the back and throwing- him down, his breast
striking on a rail, injuring Lira in the Cue
and breat and internally. He laid under the
log until rercued by a party of men who took
him home. - Dr. Stilwell has been in attend
anee and pronounces his injuries very seri
ous, though he is now doing well.
Runaway. A runaway occurred on Sat
urday afternoon whieh resulted in the'
smashing np of a sleigh, and 'he slight injury
of Mrs. BaAsr'snd Miss Liana Rosnre.
The lsdies were riding together in the upper
part of town, when the horse took fright
and became unmanageable, overturning the
sleigb, throwing the ladies to tbe ground, and
afterwards running down the Pike, tearing
the sleigh to pieces. Fortunately the ladies
etcaped without serious injury. .
Akothkb. A runaway occurred en Fri
day last, on the KMlersville road, about twe
miles east of town. A young raan return
ing from the city was so unfortunate as to
upset while turning from the main to the
side road which caused his horse to take
fright and after considerable struggling he
made his escape from the driver and ran at
fu'.l apeel, leaving behind him one piece
after another of the sleigh and finally landiog
aafe, minus sleigh and master.
Tns Or icr A Hoiaa-Tr-Tbe anxious. holders
ofitckets thronged the Tellegraph office, on
Monday, to get ' the first newa clicked
through in regard to tbe drawing. When
tbe Opera House was reported drawn by the
"Lager' man there was a general feeling ef
disgust, some excitable individuals going so
far as to call the grand scheme a swindle and j
the noble Caossv a roi;ue. Later develop
ments haven't made tbe prospects of draw
ing the Opera House in Fremont any bright
er. The only "lucky mm" inTremoot seems
to be Dr. Groat who holds the number whieh
drsws Prize 161, a painting of considerable
merit, Lake Berg, Switzerland, by De Pel
grom. Cleveland, Sandusky, Detroit and
Toledo were all passed by iu the distribu
tion. Robbed. Mr. C. H. Niles of this place
was robbed a few evenings since on Cham,
plain Street in Cleveland, of $'286 in money
and a gold lever hunting-case watch. On
the inside case of the watch were engraved
tbe words, '-Presented to C. H. Niles, by the
citizens of Buffalo for his bravery in rescue.
ing tbe crew of the Schooner Alwildar, which
was wrecked off Point Albino." It is thought
that the inscription on the watch may lead
to the discovery of the robbers. '
Lakuk Sai.i of PaorKBTT. Mr. P. Close
has just purchased the fine brick block, oc
cupied for years by his Grocery Store, of F.
S. White, K., for the sura of $13,500.
This with other property was purchased of
O. L, Xiuis of Buffalo, last fall. Mr. Close
is one nf.our heaviest business men and the
property is in jnod hands. ...
Plaxisi! ilir.L. J. Rowland's, new Plain-,
ing Mill near the Rail Road Bridge is fairly
enclosed and the new Engine ia being set
nn.It will soon be in workinr order.
Farm r Sold. S tenon ? P-. j W hitaker - of
York Township,', hi sold his farm lo Mr.
Day of Monroe v ille .O.
Sold. S. P. WotUing has sold his room
Union Block Clyde, to Mr. White late of
Lock port, N. V. , . -
Mr. White, we understand, intends to put
stock of dry gootU into the room in the
Pr.,.- : J- . - - .
L 0. O. P. One of the pleas n test and
moat prosperous Lodge ia. the country is
Clyde Lodge No. '390, L O. O: F. This
Lodge wis instituted in Aug. 1866, and al
ready Bembers 50 members. - Organized as
is on the present basis, it is bound to sue
ceed md to accomplish vast good.
Cbanui of Paorairroas. Jacob Hocke
tli is place has leased his fine new Hotel to
Meesr. Merwin aV; Collman, late of Oberlin
Ohio, for three yea's. ' Messrs. Merwin at
Collman, ire thorough gentleman, and will
fail to please the . travelling public, the
senior partner D. P. Meriwn has had 'many
years, experience in Hotel keeping ' and
"knows bis business.1' . The new firm took
poaaeaaion of the Hotel on Monday last.-
Runaway .We can record no less than
five runaways for the week. : Smashing one
buggy and one cutter, the drivers sustaining
other injury than a little scare. J . tft.
Bleighriding. Last week "the sleighing
was splendid, and everybody both old and
young improved it and they de say thit
some of our elderly dames and gents en far
forget themselves, and their dignity as to
mix in the giddy maze of , th dance when
away from home. '
Serere Snow Storm. We have just en
countered one of the heaviest falls of snow
witnessed here about far many a year. The
wind blowing hard from the nsrth-eait at
first, afterwards changing to. the north-west
'drifted the snew badly in some places.
Should judge snow : felt here in forty -eighth
hours, from fifteen to eighteen inches
Dramatie The Dramatic club repeated
fine drama, "The Momentous Question,"
Wednesday evening. , . , ;
Business Business is more than usually
brisk now that the sleighing is so-excellent,
many coraiug in from a distance to trade.
e en ' ' ' "
Paitiks. A large party of the Elmore
people went to Woodville for a sleighride on
Saturday evening and took supper at Rice's
Hotel. ' Another large party of' young folks
went out on Tuesday eveuing for a rid ; and
a little social dance, at the Elderkin
House. . ...
Obituary. Cipt C H.' Vaotine, a "resi
dent of Elmore for many years,'died last Sat
urday evening of Lung Fever in the thirty
fifth year of his age.- Capt Vantine enlisted
early in the war sod served as an officer of
Slat Ohio Voleoteers, nnkitig an excel
lent record and leaving the service with the
rank of Captain. . He leaves a wife ind a
large circle of friends, wbo mourn the loss of
affectionate husband, a generous friend
a valued cilisen. '' '' "
Our Rollersville correspondent writes thai:
wish to congratulate the Journal on it en
Urged and prosperous appearance. Tbe
Journal ha now reached a capacity which is
that its patrons can desire; it contains
ample room for the business men and yet has
much reading matter as any other county
paper in the State. ' " V" '
BusisRS CArACirr. A. B. Cook A Bro.;
Hutehinaou fc Smeed are doing a profit,
business ia dry goods and groceries, and
fact everything requisite' in- a country
tore. Cook A Brother also run a wagon
shop where the many broken wigona and
sleds find a convenient place for repairs.
0. King has a large combined grist and
taw mill which is vert convenient for
country . and . is doing a profitable
business.. The prospect .for the saw mill
bids very fair as the yard is being filled to
"overflowing" since the nice flipping which
pec pie are losing no, time to improve...
Musical. : The young people of this
community hsve formed themselves into a
large ainging class, meeting tri-weekly at the
Union Church, tinder. th guidance of T.
Bray of thia place. , Mr. Bray is a, thorough
teacher and through bis instruction we may
expect a choir of good singers.
The Game Law. Frequent inquiries
made in regard to the Game Law and
penalties. We publish the essential parts
below.' ' "': " :
Sec. 1. That it shall be nulawful for any
person,' at any tinfe, to catch, kill or injure,
to pursue with inch intent, on the premi
ses of another, or on the public highways,
streets, alleys, or public common, any spar
robin, blue-bird, martin, thrush, mock-ing-bird,
swallow, red-bird, cat-bird, chew
ing or ground robin, king-bird, bobolink,
yellow-bird, pewee or phcBbe, wren, cuckoo,
indigo-bird, nut-hatch, creeper, yellow-ham-mer
or flicker, warbler or fitch; or, in any
olace. to catch, kill or injure, or pursue with
intent, any quail or Virginia partridge,
ruffled grouse or pbeassm, pinnated grouse
prairie chicken, or suy wild turkey, be
tween the fourteenth day of Febuary and tbe
fifteenth day of October, inclusive. And it
shall be also unlawful for any person, at any
time after the nrat day or febuary and ne
forethe first day of Noirembw, to catch, kill
injure, or pursue with such intent, any
dove, wild rabit or hare, except on the
premises of the person so killing, injuring, or
pursuing; provided that it shall be unlawful
catch, or attemnt to catch with a net, or
nets, any quail or Virginia partridge, at any
time after the' passage of this act ' - -Sec
2. It shall be unlawful for inv per.
at any time between ' the first dsy of
Febuarv and the nrst diy oi October, to
catch, kill, injure or destroy, or pursue with
such Intent, any meadow-lark: or kill-aeer,
at any time, between the first day of Feb
ruary and fourth day of July, to catch,, kill
injure, or pursue with such - Intent, any
wood-eock; or st any time, between use ni-
tesnth day of April and the first day of Sep
tember, to catch, kill or injure, or pursue
with such intent, any wild goose, wild duck,
or other wild duck; or -to purchase or
have in his possession, or expose to sale, any
the birds or game mentioned iu this act 80
caught or killed during the season when the
catching, killing, injuring or destroying the
same is hereby prohibited.
Mr. Buckland, on Committee on Banks and
Banking in the house; has introduced a bill
repealing the law pissed at the last session
authorising the Secretary of the Treasury to
contract the currency at tbe rate of four mil
lions a month. We see it slated that it is
opinion of - financial men in Congress
that the bill will pass. Petitions ai d letters
from the people against the further contrac
of the eurreucy are received by the
members in large numbers, snd it would be
gratifying if we could believe that the ma
jority in Congress are opposed to McCul-
, m m
TrsTiNtt Wool. We see it stated the
Jiuality of wool is tested by taking a lock
rom the sheep's back, and placing; it on a
surface representing; an inch in leneth. If
spirals count from thirty to thirty-three
that space the wool is equal in the nnesl
Electoral " or Saxony wool. The staple is
interior accordingly as it takes a lesser nuro
to fill the same spare. -
Crintrsa Dccxa The Chinexe are the
greatest raisers of ducks in the world. They
place the errs in boxes of sand, snd hatch
them by means of artificial heat The ducks
fed on boiled crawnshea, and crab cut in
pieces and raized with boiled rice.
They are kept in boats, three or four hundred
each, iroinr out to feed in the moruinz, and
returning when called by the voice of their
master. It is itated that, on some of the
rivers in the Celestial binpire, many thou
sand- boats may be seen, each containing
three or four hundred ducks. . When we con.
aider this fact, is it any longer a wonder that
China n so ttmoui tor quacks I .
,StqhkI, Sioxi U Building stone in any
quantity can now bo had at Close A Gibb'a
Quarry. .Enquire of
2 4w. P. Closs.
No One Killed. The runaway horses
starting from the lower part of the city, were
stopped in front of Wm. Rice's store. Tbe
jjwner was made twise glad.
1st Because he was not killed.
3d Because be got into Wm. A. Rice's '
Store and bought the beat and cheapest bill
goods he ha'd bought since the war.
He says go to Wm. A. Rices for good's.
Buldino Stokk. The BEST BUILD
ING STONE, in any quantity, will be fur
nished by June A Buckland, from their
quarries on Napoleon street
Thk Li'cky Tiokkt. Thousands of hold
ers of "Opera House" tickets had made all
preparations lo buy new auitaof clothes pro
vided tbey held the lucky ticket Those
who were disappointed have ordered suilsat
Munk's Clothino Stobb in the Poet Office
building where the poorest man can buy a
good suit of clothes and not go beyond his
.purse;' ' ' - 4 Iw.
Annual Meeting of (he Fremont
Fire Department. The
members of the Fremont Fire Department
are notified to meet at the Engine House,
Monday evening, January 38, 1867, at 6 1-3
o'clock for the purpose of electing Depart
ment officers for the ensuing year. Every
Fireman is requested to be present.
S. BUCKLAND, Chief Engineer.
H. W. Bbistol, See'y. i . .
States. June 4 Buckland pay cash for
Stave Timber and Stares for tight work de
livered at their Factory near the depot.
The Prorident Life Iniuranoe and
Investment Company of Ohio go. lo
another column will be found the annual
statement of this Company. It does a Life
and Accident Insurance, and haa built up a
very laxe business in the west. Tbey have
added a new feature te tbeir Accident Insu
rance which no other Company has adopted,
viz: ' A person taking a $5000 Policy, if in
jured by accident so as to be totally disabled
life, will in addition to $35 per week for
weeks, be paid $300 per year, to long as
lives. Tbe company say, "that already a
number insured by them have bean so in
jured," and tbis very liberal offer surely
should commend it to the patronage of every
man seeking this kind of Insurance. R. W.
McLellan, ia tbe Agent for Fremont.
A Splkxdib Stock. A splendid stock of
Gents' furnishing goods including over-coats,
dress-coats, packs and vesta, underclothing,
socks, suspenders, neckties, and everything
the clollrng line can be bought at tbe
lowest prices at L. Youogmsn's Store in St
P. Close continues to receive Choice Brands
Flour from tbe Wet at tbe rate of 100 bar
rels per week snd sell way below the market
price. 3 1'.
Ann Arbor Baslnass College
And Telegraphic Inttilnte.
This very prosperous and popular Institu
tion, located at the seat of the .'argesl Uni
versity on the continent, iffords many ad
vantages superior to all other Commercial
Colleges. " Tht late Dtparlmenl is conducted
by one of the professors of law ia Michigan
University who is also the anthor of several
standard worki. Telegraphing ii Uught by
first-class practical operator of many years
experience upon businee lines who is thor
oughly acquainted with tbe details of the
science. Every Department is conducted by
efficient Professors, sccomplished roasters of
their calling. For circular address the
President, A . C. Paisosi, A. M..
3ml. Ann Arbor, Mich.
Our Wool Growers. Our wool grow,
era have a strong delegation in Washington
making an effort to induce Congress to make
almost a prohibitory tariff. They aay at the
price at which goods are now told wool can
not be grown as manufactured. There iino
doubt but that I. P. 8herwood, of Cleveland,
retailing Wool Shirts and Drawers at 75c,
that would coat to manufacture $I.2a. 1 he
double and twist Adriatic Caseimerea at
$1.00 and $1 25 cannot be made teas than
$1.50. Sherwood ia retailing Elegant Me
rinos at 85c, and Splendid Faney Silks at
j 00. He is making a special sale of Flan
.nels snd Blankets selling 20,000 yards of
Heavy Grey Twilled Flannels at 31c, goods
worth 60c. .
In Fremont, Jan. 17, '67, by Justice Tyler,
John Bots with Muse Luct Jours.
On tbe 10th inst, at tbe residence of the
bride's fsther by the Jtev M. Loag, Mr.
Coxbao Cbaiicb to Misa Hcllar Snickabo,
both of Jackson Tp , Sandusky Co., O.
JOURNAL OFFICE, FKIaTONT, 0-,
Thar lay, Jaa. 24, 1867. J
Wheat Xa.1,f-2 00; No J, J80; .'. 2, l
"Flonr u wg,$i3 to w bbl.
Com $1 0 bobl for shelled ; Mc. W basbel
.Bye 7i50o. Wbubtl.
OaU-Sac V batheL,
Buckwheat (grain) McT batbal. ; . , r
flax, Seed U 00 V bahL
Tlanalhr Seed-fl f4 MaiilL
Clover 8eel-f I 0 low bahel. .
Dres seal Hon- 7 7 SO ewt
La rat 10s- W lb by the keg ; US'a. tt at retail.
Smoked Meat Haaa, UaW. W m ; Shoal
derm WietSe. W lb ; Dried BVef, W lb.
Pealtrr-Tatkiet, ft to, 1 MU to aptee ;
Chickens, l?les. apiece, lire ; droned, 7 W lb.
Batter 20, UJtiJOj. y lb
EgB 2fr- W dei.o,
Cbeeee li eile. lb.
Potatoes eCfJiSe. W bubal. ,
Onloao fCK.jXh V baahel. - .;
dreea Apples Mg)7oe. buhel.
Dried Applee-. w lb.
Beeswax 80. w lb.
Wool 46'wa. W lb.
Salt Ft, V act, 25s ; V bet., fi M ; Coer,
Feel-Wood, cord, f 3 OOfSfi 00 ; Coal f 10
Coffee Bio, 'Jf fe. W lb ; Java, 9(3,e. W ft.
Tea 86rft WW lb.
Ha gar Common, by tb rrrl, W lb, 10, 13
e14e; White, HaWe.W tb
Bice Uc W lb
Mackerel- 00 lo Co V ,' W.: Vt M W
Fremont Lime-20c V bu.h.
Hav-6 00 19 00 W Tun.
Fremont Lumber Market.
One Inah and a halt,
One Inch aad a q Barter
On. Inch and ;
One Inch Red Oak,
Seren-Zighth - -
Black Wslnat, -Cottonwood,
- 42 "
- - 24
, - IS -
' ''- TO 0) do
t-2; oo w m
Fremont Fur Market.
No. 1, Coox "te
Wiara Bat... 20
Black Pisa hue
WlLn Cat .. .....fiO
Orrossca ..... iz
Bis Fox 11,64
APABTKER ia beainea that bit big; or 1 will
a-ire li per cant, par ammm for capital invent
ed ia the business. Eo".mrr soon of
42 J. A. RO WLC9, Fremoat, O.
OCKSMITH ACCTI.ER. Kemira Lock., dork,
4 j Srwiog Machine. Trunks, Uaibrellaa, Jtc, kc
Mrind Surgeon'. Instruments, Raiora, Knires,
Sheers, and ail kind, o' small edge tool. Alt work
stt.nded to premptlv snd eifactfon guaranteed.
Shop en Crogban Street, f oath tide, rear of Ferry
1EKU0MT, OHIO. 4jl
WANTED, Aij.nl. to Mil Otn. Basil W Dak
Hitory of Morgan' Car.lTy." Everybody
lojl it. Agaota t making $100 per week. For
choiae ot territory, addres 6xo, B Fr.8tt.iBon, P
liikar, lit Main Bi, Cincinnati, 0. ' . .
SPHGAB THE TBUTH-Son modi-eal
men roit that it I aorHgo'fltd to adrerli a
remedj, however rateable It mar be. Queer reasoa
lag thia. It 1 like a;iogthat narticl whieh tb
world seed sheald be bid In a corner that breast
and blejsieg ratj he t widely diVaied tbt tb
metal of prrteeiiag a-id reitoriag health aboard
he a eleae meaopolr, and not accealbte to til. Th.
argament 1 bed. It i. worse thsa that, it I man
ba. Sopposs HOSTBrrSR'i BT0X1C3 BITTKRS
a abailnt apeulrnr djip;psla, bllioaso? aal
aarroa 4V.Itly "id aerar b en kaow beyond th
rtperimirt ot the faculty, wbt woald hare been the
eonwqutnot? Ina'ead of earing aad iavigontiag
mUMoes,thgodiretof the prepirstien wonld
hare keea toida.d to somparstlr few. Thar ia
tha klghaat aathorlty for etrlag that llfM ahnald
BOlbh'.daderabu.hl; that whatr.r e
leat shonld be placed as city on hill, where ail mn
i take eogniisneo of it. It is upon tin. pr.aciple
that th BITTKRS hire beea advertised and eintinae
he advertised ia every aswipeper of any promtn
enee ia the weitera hemisphere, aat that th epon-
taeeoa tet taonial4 in its faror bar ben trsnilat-
ad into all written language. Thoaiuds enjoy
perleel Health to dsy who woald be laagu'ahlng oa
beds of aickaen If th newspaper hsd not ipread
th truth with regard t) thia uaeqnalled inrigirant
aad eorreetira far aad wide. Bnppn profit Aat been
reaped from thia publicity. I thmt aay argument
agaiaat it r If th pablic health ha besn protected
if lire hare been rd; if th feeble hra b-
trngtbnd and tb? !ek restored, great good ha
eeea aeeomp'.uhed; and who - tsesa a to grade to
ei.rti.B. thus directed their fair rew.rO; nlrol.
Dr. Sehenck's Pnlmouie By rap.-Thi
great awdiciae eared Dr. J. H. Scstarex. th Propri
etor, of Pulmonary Counmption, when it bad
med It moat formldsb! aspect, aad when epeedy
death aprearedto be inevitable. His phrsleiaupra
Booaeadh's aaa issorabfe, wheah commenced th
as ef this slnpl butpowsrf il remedy. His health
wa restated In a vry ahort time, aal no return of
tb 4ieMhabeeapprehraed, for all th lymp
torn ialckly disappeared, andhi present weight i.
awre than twadrrd pound. -
Sine hie weeiaiy, be ha devoted hi attention -
eluilTely to th cure af Coaumptln, and tha dis-
eawhlehar anally complicated with It, and the
ear eeetd by hi medicine have been very an-
mroa aad truly wonderful. Dr. Scasxca make
prof, arional riai'a to serer of th larger cities
weekly, where he haa a large toncouree of paU.oti,
and it la truly astonishing to ar pooreonsumptive
that have to be lifted oat of their esrrisgu, snd
1b a few months h.slthy, robust person. Da,
aensoa's Pmlmnmt Spray, Saasrerat Teste, aad
Mtnirmkt PiUt aia generally required ia curing
ConeamptioB. Foil direction acejoopany eacb, o
that any on can take them withoit seeing Doctor
$enea:k, hat wheo it i convenient It I beat to tee
him. H. gives advice free, but fur a thorough x
amiaatioa with his Respirometer hi fee is three dollar.
An Effectual Worm Medicine.
Brown's Vermif ace Comfils,
Oa Woxa Ixuaxeas. Hack ickoe, undoubtedly,
witbabildre and adults attributed to other causst,
occasioned by worms. Th "TnuitruaCoariTS,'
slthoagh effeetaet in destroying worsn., can do BO
possible iBjaryt the mast delieaat euild. Tbie rat
eable eombination ha beea eaeecfaHy used by phv-
sleiane,andfoand to be safe aad sure in emdietting
worsts, o hurtful to children.
Cklldrea having worm require immediate at-
teatioB, aeglectof the trouble often cause pro
Hymateaia of Worms In Children are of;..
vai looked. 7 anna in the atomseA aad bowels can
irritation, wniea can be removed only by thenar of
eareremedy. Tbe oomb'natioei of lnrredient ad
la asking Brm't rtrmijtgt Ceetals" is sh
lo nvetn nest noM'D'e ettect wtta satetv.
CURTIS BROWN, Proprietor, Mew York. Sold
ky all Dealer in Med.eioc. at Meu abnx iZrlsrep
K.Dilln tr Waaad 3. Hicklimd A.m. A,.nt,
-JL- OosShr, -aV-TJOia, OX
A Sore Throat,
RsqriRKS IsamDiATK AVrsri05,
AXI SHoriD BI CRSBKEO.
I r AlbOWID TO OOMTI51',
Irritation of tUe Lnugs, A
ease, or Coneamptloti
is orrsji Tls assctt-
B AVISO a DiaiCT HtrUTWC TO THE PARTS,
oira iBBniaTS BBLiar,
For BronchlllB, AathaM, l alarrb, Coa-
ananptlve and Throat Divenar,
tsocsi ass rsia w.ra aiwat oooa suei css
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKEKS
will Ind Tree asefol ia clearing the voice whea
taken before Singing or Speaking? and relieving the
throat af ar aa anutual exertion of tbe vocal organs,
Tha TVerAr ara reoommended and prescribed
Physicians, sal have testimonial from eminent men
throarhnat th coan'ry. B.lig aa article of tr.
atrit,aad bariagsracsalthdrtacAcy by a Wat
mssy yaara, each year Bads thsa la nsw 1 canities
to various part of h world, and th TVecAw ar
aslvarsally proaoaacad batter than ether articles.
OiTAia only "Baowa's Bsoscsut Troches," and
do aat take aay of the fftrlkUu lmitatinu that
be offered. Boto srsarwaaaa. . ', 48mrj
The Confeaalous and Kzperleuce
an a valid PablUhed for th beerflt aad a
Cautlea to yoang Bun and other, who saner from
Nervous Debility, Preautar Decay of Manhood, A,
applying at the eaas time the Bean of Self-Cure
By oa who ha eared himself aftet aadergniag eoa-
iderabi qoaekary. By enclosing a post paid ad.
dressed envelope, aioglecapi.a,frre of charga, mayk
hadorthaaathor. SATHAJflEt, MATFAIR,
iylamp Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. T,
Manhood; Uoxo loiA, how Jiestorcd. :
AJC Jsaf aaaluAed. a mtw editin mf
S9 Hr.CmlmtrmUtVeUbrmtU sse
on u.e radical cure (without medicine) of Hperaia
torrbets or Seminal " eakn.es. Involuntary Semi
al Lusiiaa.lmp'rt y "--'- aad Phyiieal Incapacity,
Impediment! to Marriage, etc : also Consumption,
Epilepsy, nad Fite induced by aeif-idu'gnc or sex
rjW Price, in a sealed envelope, only ! cents.
Too celebrated euthor in th admibl eay
clearly damonetratea, from a thirty year' oaeeaful
practice , that the al arming conaequence nf seif
abwae may a radically cared wUhoni tha dangerou.
aae ot iarnal medicino .r the application uf tbe
kaif pointing oat a mod. of ear at oaee eiruple.
certain, and effectual, by aiean of which v.ry suf
ferer, bo matter what hie conditio may be, may
ear himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
ggr Thi lecture should be in th hand of every
youth aad evory maa ia th land.
Brat, aider seal, in a plaia envelope, to aay ad.
drew poet-paid, oo receipt of aix eeota, or two post
stamts. Addres th publisher,
OHAS.J. C. KLINE C0,
; , 12T Bowery, He fork. Pool Oslo Box daso.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
Th$ tirtal Fmalt Remedy for Irregularities.
THESE DROPS areasci.atiflcaily eomponnded fla
Idpreparation, and brtter than any Pill. Powders
erNoetraaw Being liquid, tbeiractioa is direct and
positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and ear.
Mi specific for ihe cure of all obatractiooa ad un
pravtions of aature. Thir popularity ia Indicated
by tbe fact that over 100,000 bottler areennmllysold
and consumed by tbe ladieeof the United States, er.
ary one of whom apeak ia the strongest terms
praise of their great merita. Tbey are rapidly uk.
Ing tbe place of every other Femal. Remedy, aid are
eonalderad by U wno know aught of them, a th
surest, safest, and most Infallible p reparation ia tie
world, for the!onre ot all female complaints, tha re
moval of all ooatraetiOBS of nature, and the promo
tion of health, regularity aad strength. Expl oit di
rection atating waea they may b uaed, and explain,
lag whea aad why they uould aot, nor could not
used without producing e (frets contrary to Bator'
chosen lawa,will h fcnnd carefully folded aroaad
each bottle, with tbe written eignatare of Josnr
Lvosr, without whieh none ar genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LTUM.lMOhapel Street,
Xew Haven, Conn , who can beoonsulted either per
sonally, .r by snail, (taolosing stamp,) concerning
private diaeasea aad tenia weakeesse. Sold by
Draagiatsavery where C. a. CLARK k CO..
80 lien'l Agents for U. S. and Canada.
Especially to the Sick.
DOfjrOK JE. JOLLIK MATTOCKS
Late of New York.
mo THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASES, of every
J. name aad nature. Dr. Mattocks, for thirty
yaara, baa devoted hie whole attention, and haa et
feeted some of the most remarkable cures, in lingtr'
ing attseatsa. The aystem ia founded on truth, di ife-s
frem all others, no experimenting, no making sick t
care, no deception, no humbug and uo poisons used,
all vegetable remedies that aid nature, giro a can
did opiaioa aad extort permanent enree. Weaeka
trial of oar treatment before baadoaiBg all hope
Hundred' have beea cored by thl trearment after
giving up to die. Wo invite investigation. No mat
Mr what, your disease is, call; examine for your
selves; 11 will cost nothing.
DR. B. JOIXIS MATTOCKS,
can bo consulted at hs office as follows, for the year
'67 one day every fcur weeke :
FREMONT, O, Renter's Hotel, Mondays, Jan.
14, Feb. 11, March 11, April lo. 14 y 13.
CLYDE, 0-, Aroerica-i Eagle, Tuesdava, Jan.
Feb. 12, March 12, April 16. May 14.
NORWALK, O., American Hotel. W.'loes-iays,
Jaa. 16, Feb. 13, March 13, April 17, May, 15.
OBERLIN, O.. Traveler's Home, Thursdays, Jaa.
l7.Frli. 14, March 14, April 18, May 1.
ILYRU.O, BeebeHoose, Fridaja, Jan. 18, Feb.
16, Earch 15, April IS, May 17.
RE31DKNCE, Cleveland, 107 E. ia Street, Satur.
days, Jaa. 19 Feb. Is, Match 16, April 20, May 1).
(Vf A YEAR made by any one with
eyUv Stencil Toole. No evpeiien nceecesaa-
2r. 1 a PridenU. Cs.hi.rs, and Trees re rs of three
nkaiadnreeth adrcalar. Bent free with eemplee.
Addres th America Btea.il Teal Works, Bn.i.g.
S.ld, Vermont. BkumA
A ffciw Perfume! Called Swssr Oaopoxax
V taoa Msxtco, manf4tnre. by R, T. Omits
Co.. New York ia tnakieg a iMoaation wherever
is kaowa. Is very aelecate, ana its fragrance re
mainaoa the nandker cbief for liaya. EvtmiMf Hml.
hi ia, Pbiladalpbia.
S tweet Oropeiiai I'rssi Rlexieo! Kew,
very rare, rich aao fasaiooal-le pvrfum.. The
fitet ever imported er maoitar4 in th L'nited
Batsa. Try It aad be convinced.
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
Caaaaeteal by the Spaais wvraaBcBr.
f 360,000 IX KOLDdrawnevery lTdaye
Prixaa eavhad and information furnished;
highest rates paid for Doubloons raid ail kinds of Gold
aad Silver also for all flovemment Securities.
. TAYUIB ft CO.. Bankers.
JyWMPj , ;.:..: wu gtNw Yoik. .
E. R. GRISWOLI) & CO.;
SIT S-rPERlOH. BTHCfrr,
Special Induce mo nisi
Thl- MflMB.ti nit nf Town Fa ttw, i tb lOW
PRICK At wheh tfavr nr-.'-ellific tUtir irt9d- ad th
tnatTTiita'i of their sto rk. wVrb mpri th aoirt
irtirmM nkt aa'i laiMt ao'titi.. ia
SHAWLS, ; V
- WINSEY8, ;
MERINOS, . ,.
KM PRE 33 CL0TII8
OTTOMAN CLOTHS, -
HTJDDENSFIELD PLA IDS, '
CLOTHS, " '' -
- LACF.S, "
r '.STOCK OF
DOMES T 1 CS !
IN THE MARKET.
We invite a call and exami
nation of our Goods. .
Which eatblers to give the '
To oar caitom: la
SHAWLS, (fee, &c.' '
E. B. GRISWQLD & CO.
SIT 9iicrior Street,
C REVEL AND, OHIO.
September Uf. lf6fi
r-v r . i
Stone and ; -1
AT TtlK ..." " ", -.
XEW CARPET STORE!
315 SlPLaiOU STREET,
HATE a fiae aaaortm-nt of Velvet, Brns-els, Ta
pestry. Thiee-pry.lasra a. Cottsg. and Pemp
C.rpeting. Also, H.ior Oil Clotb". Cocfa Matt.sg,
Window 8 Had 4, Idea Curtains, Dsmssk Cortaina,
Table end Piano Ov.rp, Door Mate, Bogs, Ac, Ac,
atthe; '-' -
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
SAS'FORD.STOMC COFF1.V. ' '
218 Superior Street
Irtoe Curtains and. Shades.
HECK WITH &. STEBL.IAO,
1ST 4i 1S9
Superior St. CtrvetmaA, (H-
HATE just received at their to mens Establish,
neat (tbe largest Carpet store la th country,)
large stock cf
' ' VELrET, BRUSSELS, '' '
, t flt i.vgnjincjtfPMTs.
ia new and aad beantifu pattern. - -'
Aleo.Vattior., Mats, Floor and Table Oil Cloth,
alao aa ttagant van., of Lao. and Madia Cattina,
Gold Band Shades, Damasks, Bioeatalts -. A. they
import there foreign good aad boy from asaaafacta
rere direct, tbey are offering goods at rrsaiiy rwahieeel
Parti forttiahiBg ar requested to exam i a. thair
good and prios. llfll
Home Insurance Co . ,
OF NEW YORK."
39(A Httii-Annual jtaimtml, mhominf iUen-
dition of Vie Company on tit 1st
day nf July, 166.
Cash Capital, i'J, 000,000,00
Aact, ; - ' x9C,J5tJ,oe
A very large per cent of tbe asset of the Compa
ny conaiat in Bonds and siortgageaaud United States
Thia Company by its efficient oiaeere and men at
heme, and it agents ab:oad, basbuilt np an organi
sation trnA to aeae in the fatVctf Stmt9 for l'sa
ba.vsxov and Rbi.ianilitt. - , -
All paraoo seeking lanaranea shwold rero inker
th Home, of New York. : vr ... -
0HAHLE3 J. sTARTiN.Freeident,
A. F. WtLMARrH, Vice Prealdeat.
Joss Mci, Secretary.
1. H. Washsi rn, Ae.t. See'y.
U. W. B. iVfeLEHiAJI, Agent.
Fresco', Aug. 10, I860. . .
AMELIA JAM YA ia the Ktte of Miebig, Will
iam James in Marion Ceanty, Ohio, snd Mary
Aon William, widiwof John Williams, deceased,
residence unknown, al'l take notice, tbst Vhomae
Jam... of Kri. Coeutv. Ohio, did on the 14 th day of
January A. l. If 57, tie hi petition in the coart of
Common near, wunias.wr m, w.n,7 .,
dusky, iatbaSiat of Ohio, against them ss defend
ants, s.iting forth therein, that their mther John
Janee being tbe owner in tee simple of the east part
east half of fractional section bra. Township a,
range eerenteo, Sandusky County, Ohio, containing
lOlaen-a, mereorlesa; in bis lieltiare en tared into
a wriltea arreemeat with the ptaiatitr, Thosas
Jame, by which the Mid John Jaanes wa tooaarrey
all his titl in siH land to tbe said Thomaa Jame,
bv a good and tumeient deed therefor; -bat after ma
king said agreement, tbeuid Joha Jameecisd, in
testate, wit trout having executed ot delivered to tho
aaid Thomas James a de-d for the aaid premises, lea
ving ths .aid Aai.lK James bis widow, William
James, Mary Ann Witliaoca and plaintiff hi cbil
iLen. legal repNsenSativ- s and hvirs at law.
The prayer of ajid relilioa ia, that the said Ame
lia James widow, WU'iara Jama aad Mary Ana
Wiliianis, may bereqeir.4 to covy aaid premise in
Ihe said Thoina. Juno br a eod and euiric:.nt deed
a contemplated bv s.id written gre.-ment, and for
other proper relief.
raid pers:e? s-e alao roti.",'I to appear ard an
swer aaid pe ition an r belor U-e Wi day of
MaicbA. B. Y.. ' TH'iyw JAMM.
By J. R. BaaTLlTT a HeaxR krssTT.
January 14tu, 1867 Mia Attoraeya.
BOUNTY L BOUISTV r
THB-E.QUA V. ATIO.N BILL" haa at last naaotst a
law, as bs also th bill to incress invalid Pen
stonsin certain cases, ae-t to aiv Widows extra Penp
aiens rfo their yauog children. Now bring oa yosr
QiMOrge na other Tiaroe as soon aaosio:. ire
lay t danjeroa--
0. W. PA6E, Attorney at Law,
Aag.lO.UM. jatf. Clydo, Ohie.
' - '-
iMIim ! niPM
PETER KEHS1.ER, as eseevtor "f the erUta of
Job J Keuler, dsecaaad, has Bled his secmnt
a the effica of i be Probate Lear t for the Snsl aottle
saent of sa d esU-e: which will be heard oaUia2S4h
lay of Jtnearv, 17.' ooe o'clock P. at
. ..v .... W s HWSELL.l-robat.Judr.
; Jaa 4th. U47 Jw3pJ.' .
T0H A. GARfiyER. aa Adminii.Ur of the
Vf Eata'e of John 9. Kardxn-. da.ii l...
biareaUialhea,-eof the Probate Coart for
th nal Ml.m-nt of said tsteU; which will r
hrard on th.tnth -Hy af Janasrr, A. D. 1ST, t 10
o e'oek A. j. w. a. RC83RLL, ProbaU Jadgo.
Ja II, Md7. 2w3pd.
"VT otic i. li.retv given to !! persona intre.tsd
Xthst en tbe 27to dy af Deeeniber, A. D IS' 16,
Arastt.WUll.me and Oraasdil Wblttolsy, partner
bvtbo firm aam of Wil ism A Whittei.y, sled in
th r of tb Clerk of tka Coart sf Coaaia
Pie, within and for the County e.'SnJosky in the
SiateofOhio.tbMrpetlMnnatpius: Dewitt Kreh and
Jaaoa R. 3. Bwdma, part it r. lately doieg basin...
nnder firm narr.c of Kreos k Boudman a David Brtta
and whieh petition i now panding in aid court, the
oj tct nd prayer of wnieh isjto procar a jadgrar.t
and decree of id conrt. declaring tb pretended sal
aad transfer af the atoek ia trade, act., claims and
eoaataor the arm of Krebs Boardmam, to
tb ai-1 David Belts, oa tbe2S tb dsy of September,
A- D. 18S4, to bare beea matia with tha latest to
hioder, delay and defraud the creditors of th aaiA
Bra of Kra.a Boarpmaa, and declaring the saw.
to be void and fianda leat, and adjudgiag thenar to
b i fact aad in law a assignment for too bD.6t of
.U tb eradltoraof theeaid Brm ef Kreaa A Bord
maaia pursoancduf tbedtatate ia aueh esneeaiada
and provided. WILLUMj k WHITTBI.SY.
By Hosa k Cbaxcs and Hossa Kvsrstt,
Fremont, January 17, A- D. 17. Ztt Their Att'y
(.vo.tr bask A
FTaRCOxniriONOFThe First Nation. I
nsoEiwi rrenaasur, oa ua morn to a of tbe
tBonuay el Janaary,lM7:
Notes aad BilUdiaeountad
Over Drafts .'. '
Foxaiiur tad lutarea ..., ,
Caab Items (teciadiog BevaaHao ataaupaY
una itoas BsAiOaat liaok....
Da from other Baok. aad Banker. ..JI
lj a. Bonos oepoeited with U. 8. Treat-
arar toeeeurea renlattng Koeo.... 100,000
v- 0- bwui u. y u. i lj wiui Li . B. Tl
nret to eecaie tlrposil. . ...
.- 80,000 03
Other U.S rkeuriliM, deposited with C.i.
tieaenryw sars liepoaKe.
C S. Uoniisaad 4euriiiea on hand
U.sh oa baad ia eircalatiagifeieerf oth-.
er National Banks . .
Catk oo hand ia cucalattng No tea "of
S at. Banks... 24 00
Sptei aad ether lawfal Bsoncy .... 47.7U 14
Capital 8tock raid hi... S100,000 09
farpln. Fand J,6S V
Cirealsting Xotee oatatanding Sil,a00 if I
lodlvirtaaf UeposiU.. . 8,8 t
D-aSatlooal ttaoko-.i.,.. . 49 Aw
frutlt Snd Loss . 8,034 tl
. , vow
I, A a.afii.MS, Ca.iur At Tu First Katie nil
Bank of Fremont do .ofemnly evrnr that the al ove
statement ie true to tb beat ef my knowledge and
beitf. A- hi. hULLEK, Cashier.
Stave ot Oaio, J
Cot.vtt or dAxocsiT.' )
Boora to and Siibeeribeibefor me tbis ttll day ef
January, 1SC7. R. W B MeLaujx,
2vi. Notary Public.
ABSTRACT of the35thStstrcentof th Pkcsm
IitsrBAXca Co.ri.TT, of Hartford Conn., to tha
State of Ohio, for 18S7:
Ch oa baad, la Bank aad do from
rents , fl7S,S8 9S
tnitad 8aU 8raritlea 142,860 OO
I-oaosoa anp-ored jseeoritlaa..
Naw York Baak Stocks.....
. 20.000 00
varUurd BaakStocaa . .
BiKaUaDeona Bank Stocks
Bonds 8iat, City akl Water.
fonoeet nt State Boada....
Oh'o State Stock
Accoma'ated Ia .rest oa Loans ..
Market Talus of Assets 11,103,467 SS
Cnarjoned lost as SO,a06 Tl
Net rash Aaaeta Bt,032,S7. S3
(Tenpir o th Slat day ot January ISM.)
Crricx or ras Anro or Stats,
IsnrtAacB Dbpa btvest,
Olcbscs, Ohio, Jaa. 4, 1567.
WirntaAS.th Pltiix Issuranc Company, locat
ed at Ba-tford, In the Stat of Ceeneeticut, baa olad
la thl rlsi ma staton f it crmdition, a
required bv th Brat arerto mi tha act "To taruatt
inauracea companies aot Incorporated by th State
of Ohio." paeeed April , 146, and amended Febru
ary t, MM; aad, whereaa aaid company has furnished
thaaadeisigaad sal sjkcsDry evideneethat it ie pos
sessed of at least una nnnarea 1 noeeuna uouara oc
aetu.l capl'al invested lo stock or bnda, or in
morttage of real a tt. worth double tbe amoaat
for wkinb tha .am is anortgsged; and, whereaa, aaid
company has filed ia this office a written in.trument,
under its corporate seal, signed by the President aad
Secretary thereof, autharia as aay agent or agenta
ef sail company in thia state te-achauwiedge aerviee
of pence, for and ia behalf ofsaid company, accord
ing to tra Urns of .aid law.
Now, therefore, ia pursuance of tha aist section of
th aforesaid act, T, Jama H. Oodmnn, Aaditor nf
Sta'e for ('bio, do hereby certify that aaid Pknalx
lnturaaca Compaay of Hartford, ia autho-ixed to
jaBaaet.thobBiaesof Fire Inearanee ia thle state
aatil th thirty-iret day of Jaauary, in tb year oa
tbouaaad eight hundred aad eixty-eigbt.
la witaeea whereof, 1 hare hereunto aabscribed mr
nam, aad caoasd th seal of asp ados to be aSxad,
the day aad year abort wriltea
JAS. H. 60DMAN,
Aadltor of Stat.
Aas-e, January 1st, 1867 $1,103,467 i
.. . 6C0.C00 00
iBCoaae far 1S4
Lseae aad Expeaatra...
ThaFhcratx of Hartford can rein.ure, at tha high
eet rat, vry risk poa it book discharge all
eb:laa,tidB,rreat or prasnectir, of whatsoever
Bstars pay back to stoeakolder every dollar of its
Capital Stock, .ad retire from boeinea with a dear
not Cash hnrplsra ef 8180,49-? 99.
' Such facts sseek for tberaselres, and eorantend tb
Phosaix in such fiery times aa tbe present to th eon
fldeece ad patroeag of th public
. Pkanio Policies Jsmed promptly by .
THE0. CLAP I', Fremont, Ohio.
Coart' of Common Pleas of
Sandusky County, Ohio.
Oeear Ball. Robert 6. Laughlin, Marietta, Laagbliri.
cs. The City of Fremont. Petition to vacate ear
tain portion of Market Street, between Arch and
NOTICE is hereby riven that Oscar Ball, Robert
9. Laughlin aad Marietta Laoghlia oa the 2d h
day of December, A. D , I860, filed their petition in
th' a in tb Clerk' oalce of the Coart of Com
mon PleaelnaadfurSandnakyCoanty.Stateof Ohio,
sotting forth therein among other tiling that they
are the earner of In-LoU No's 318, 319 snd 320 S ia
the city of Fremont, Baadnaky County, Ohio, wbieh
aaid lota are hounded on tbe south by MarketStreet
in said city. Alao that petitioners constitute more
than two-third of tb prosrietorsot that pertionof
tb plat ot aaid city immediately on tbe North of siu
Market Street between Arch and Front streets, in
.a-deity. That according to theoniinal plat of said
city, made aad,execated by the proprietors thereof.
Oct 27, 1817, Market street was designated ss being
Nintyifeel wide except between said Archand Front
Street where it was one hundred aad twecty feet
wi , man. so by addiog thareto a strip of land fifteen
rest wide oa each side thereof and designated aa
Market Space." That the tract of land south af
th north linof Merketstrr. -was purchased fnai
th Cnited States by tborigi.l proprietor f said
city upon credit before being !a: off into lot aad
streets ssaroreeaiO,and that after was so laid off
tb purcbae mony therefore bee.'"'- 1. .-. ?rKj
the said proprietor failing to par ram. ,' ."aat
land beesme forfeited to tbe Unite -ttatea and 00
maehof aaidtawa plat tiereon bee me vacated bv
br each forfeitar. That afierwa-di oa Thomas
K.isg again pnreaaaad axid iaod fn n th Unile-t
SUM, and laid the same off into lols. -Ue.u and sa
le., aad dedicated it as'gwing-s Auliiinn.' Thatao
aording to the plat of aaid "Ewirs's W.iitioa," Mar
ket atoaet waa wMignated a sxty-Bia feet vride
from th original north Kne thereof, and ail that rart
af original Market rt. snd space south thereo' waa va
cated and included ia the lota sooth of said street ac
cording to aaid "Ewlng'e Adcltion." That by said
ta-iuctioaiatbe width of Market street tbe ssne ia
rendered totally andt for Muket purposea, and all
advantages and tom-nta which w.iyht otherwise have
accrued ta tha et'isena of atid city from the ...
thereof for aoark.t purpose have Uea lost, and tb
design and intention ol tbe orir.oal pruprielor. of
aaid c.ty rendered ct no avail. That at no time haa
aaid city exercised any authority or control over any
part of said street wi'.h reference to its uee for Mar
ket purpose; aaithw ha the same or any part there
of ever been aaed or occupied for such purpose.
That for many yeara last pa that portion of said
street north ef it general north lino and batweea
said Arch and Front s'veets baa been enclosed by a
fane oa aaid general nor'k iir aad used aad occu
pied by petitioners and tLtir S!-.n,, ts , serf ,f
tbeir reapee'lv. lot. aforruid. A so that the gat
tars, stowlknd all ol lir imprcvoment ma.'e and
oon.tracted oaaaid str.it have beea so ma'e and
constructed at great. xpecse. an-: used au loccnii.t
for many years last past wiiU p .ilicuiir nfe-enra to
tha general north Una of asid street and without re
gent to its use for market purposes. That bj tbe ra
uliooor that pxrto,' said street north of itarnersl
srth lino bctweea idArehnd Front streets, th
north line thereof will bo made straight and sasd
street uaiform ia width throughout, and enab'e peti
tioners to build valc6U buainesa buiwioga npoo th
llt.of aaid stnsrt, thereby increaulng tko value, of
eont-guca. property aad conducing in tita gereral
latnaatof the aaid city of Fremoat, without do low
dasa.g so any araoa or aroperty.
Tb prayetof said patitioa is that so mach of toad
Market street which lis north of it general north
line and batwm aaid Arch aad FreatatrMta a
datfarsdvioatad. - "
Netica is alaa grraa that said pelilio win ho ,.
hearing atthnxttrm of asid Cort of Common
Pleas withia aad for said Coaaty aad Sute. which
oommenee it ioa oa the ltth dv of F.btw...
A-D.1867-. . OVAK BALL, eotaary,
J. 2. BaSTLlTT, Att'y for Pe'.itionvr.
Frsaoat, 0-, D, S8, IW 434.
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