J. H. GREENE, , .
- rBEMONT, oma
FRIDAY,.. .MARCH 15, 1867.
All Hall, New Hampshire!
New Hampshire is all right ! She has
elected a Union Gorernor, l)y upwards
of 3,000 majority, an entire Union dele
galion to Congress, her Senate is two
thirds Union, and there is a Union ma
jority of 80 in the lower branch, of her
legislature. This is the first popular
commentary upon the Congressional
policy of Reconstruction, and it is ex
pressed in a tone not ensy to be mis
understood. " " .
The Spring Election.
The Spring election in this State, for
town and city officers, takes place on
the first Monday, being the 1st day of
April We trust the Union men of this
county are wide awake and moving in
the matter.., The copperheads are un
usually active, wherever they have the
slightest chance of success; and it is to
be feared that they may carry the elec
tion in localities where there is really a
majority against them, simply through
the supineness of Union men. A
great many very good men in our party,
who make it a point to interest them
selves in State and National politics, do
sot seem to regard local -elections as
important; but let them go by default.
A little reflection should convince them
that this is fraught with danger. Such
a policy, persisted in would in time
weaken the strength of the party and
finally render it powerless to accom
plish any good, no matter how large
the issue. We believe in that policy
which, organizes as thoroughly for a
township election as for a Presidential
campaign ; and would therefore urge
upon the Urion men in every township
to neglect no measure, however trifling
it may appear, which will promote their
success at the spring election. A com
plete canvass by school districts and
wards is essential It requires but lit
tle time, and when it is accomplished
you know, precisely - what work has to
be done to insure success. Experience
hM ' demonstrated that it is the best
plan in nominating candidates for local
offices, to steer clear of compromises
and coalitions with the opposition to
refuse all offers to trade and dicker
and to resolutely denounce all the cant
about "not making it a party issue."
Wherever Republicans enter into such
arrangements with the Democrats, they
invariably lose strength and gain noth
ing. The better way, it seems to us,
everywhere and always is to go into an
election as a Union-Republican organ
ization, and "fight it out on that line,"
if if takes ten years.
The Republicans in Fremont have
organized a Club and will hold two
meetings a week until election. With
proper effort we can carry the city ; and
that effort will ; be made, without a
doubt. We again urge upon the Union
men of the county to effect an early
and thorough organization.
The reports from Europe by the cable
Lave been more than -usually interest
ing for the past week. The Fenian agi
tation in Ireland has been resumed and
actual hostilities hare taken place. A
force, admitted by the Government to
number from one to four thousand, had
full possesion of the district adjoining
' both Dublin and Cork, having made
simultaneous attacks upon police and
military stations, tearinsr up railways.
'''obstructing roads, and cutting off tcle-
graphic ' communications. It also ap
pears that they were under fair disci
pline, committing no outrages upon pri
vate individuals. Fenians are swarm
ing iii the mountains and other natural
etrongholds, and command the situation
in the four counties of Cork, Waterford,
Tipperary and Limerick, not yet taken
either of these principal towns. The
movement thus far seems to be a mere
guerrilla warfare, in which the masses
of the peasantry neither take arms with
the .insurgents, nor offer any aid to the
Government against them. The re
organization of the subordinate posts in
the Derby ministry has been completed,
The funeral of "Artemua Ward" took
placon the 9th, his remains being at
tended to the grave, in Censal Green
Cemetry, by a large concourse of friends
.and literary men; with whom also the
American legation wa3 t presented.
The Grand' Army of the Republic
has now 160 Posts organized in Ohio,
and the number is constantly increasing.
The charters for the different Posts of
: the Grand Army of the Republic,
s in this State, have been received at
! headquarters in Columbus. They are
; "very neatly executed, and present in
emblematical pictures the leading pnn
dples of the Order. They will be dis
tributed in a few days.
One of the fyw remaining traces of
religious intolerance is to be eradicated
from the domestic poliey of Great Brl
tain. ' A bill was passed to its second
reading, in Parliament, by a large ma
jority, throwing open to Roman Catho
lics some oflLe highest offices under the
Crown, from which tlior have hitherto
Mrs. Jeff, Davis, in a letter to a friend,
Announces that she has been blessed
with another son aad lieir to the good
-or bad fortunes of the "Stern Mates
:- man." The Davis family is now quite
The Leavenworth Times is exultant
tver the discovery of "oil in paying
caantities," i Ray county .Missouri.
: At the present prices of oil there is very
V little, reason for exulting over a new well
,' ; Qzx. Echsxck hot a Candidate.
It i announced that General Schenck
M.tnM tn nrmit bis name to iro before
V'the Convention as a candidate for Gov
"Artemua Ward") died in Southampton,
1 Ess-land, on the 7th iast, at the age of
' Gen. Grant has sort to the President
the names of Generals Sheridan, Sickle,
Schofield, Thomas and . Vc Powell, s
the five Commanders cf tho five DY rids
into which the South has leen divided
bv the new Reconstruction law. It is
not known yet whetherl ho President
will approve these selection1".""
Per contra,- it is stated that the story
so generally circulated that Gen,; Grant
has recommended officers for district
commanders in the South under the
Reconstruction law, is wholly unfound
ed. These commanders are. to be ap
pointed by the President. He has not
yet asked Gen. Grant's advice, and the
General is the last man who would force
his opinion in such matters upon the
Executive. The President and his cab
iaet have considered the question of ap
pointments, and will doubtless ask the
views of Gen. Grant lfore reaching a
final decision. When this is dono,Gen,
Sickles cannot, however, be recom
mended as one of the five commanders,
for his rank in the Regular Army is
only that of Colonel, and they must all
beat least Brigadiers. We give both
reports, any how, for what they are
worth. . : .
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Advices from the Cape of Good Hops
report Dr. Livingstone killed by the Csfres.
X&" B'shop Sonle, rf the 'Methcdlst
Church Sooth, died at Nashville on Wedses
dy. fSJThe Governor of Massschnreltt has
appointed the 5$l of April as a d3j of Usi
ng std prayer.
J"The Mississippi Lfijj-isla.t'ire have ap
propriated 00,000 to be fxpendsH in the de
fence of Jt-fferson Paris.
tyThe Senate of Virginia ha passed, Dy
vote of 25 to 4, the bill lo call a Slate Con
vection for the 2nd Monday in May.
Artemus Ward has dirrcled in hit
will, that h"is property, after the death of hit
mother shall go towards the erection of an
asylum for printers.
pffThe whole of ihe remainder of Table
Hock, at Niagara Falla, which is row in a
very dangerous position, is. to be b'asted off
with powder, to-morrow, tiy Lfcetocal author
fgTbe Idaho Avalanche of ihe 16; h ears
that Gen. Crook is fighting the Indians with
great rigor, notwithstanding the inclement
season. At a battle on Stone Mountain the
Indiaus murdered thiity prisoners.
J.y A fire occurred Friday night at Wash
ington, at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue
and Sixth street. Six or seven peraons are
believed to bare been killed by the falling
walls. Two bodies were recovered.
JThe lie u 56 CommitU-e on Elections
have had under consideration the Ohio con
tested election case of Delano against Gen.
Morgan, and decided to give the former 75
days to take testimony and prepare his case.
A very destructive freshet has deluged
the whole Virginia and Tennessee valley.
The flood has swept from Lynchburg to
Chattanooga, swooping away bridges, wash
ing op railway tracks, and damaging the
whole face of the country.
Farther -counts from Alabama and
Georgia represent the dfslitution in those
States as greater than heretofore stated.
Deaths from starvation are reported in Ala
bama, and a leading paper in Georgia esti
mates the total number of starving at 50,000.
3T The yew York Tribune has engaged
Mr. Dickens to write a novel for iU weekly
edition pay ing for it $ 25.000. Oarlyle has
also been engaged to contribute a single ar
ticle, to cover a page of the daily edition, for
which he receives the sum of one hundred
and fifty guineas. John Stuart Mill has al
so been secured as a contributor for If?67. '
rThe lower branch of the Missouri
Legislature has passed, by 76 ayes to 46
nays, the bill providing for such an amend
ment of the State Constitution as shall per
mit negroes to vote. It is believed that the
bill will pass the Senate, and doubtless,
then, Missouri will take her place at the side
Tennessee, in the cause of turarlfal suf
frage. " . 1
X thoroughly Radical oaily newspa
per, to be called TA Nia-Orlean Republi
can, is to be started in that city ou the 25th
inst, the prospectus of which has just been
issued. The projectors and editors of the
enterprise are endorsed in Washington by
Gen. Butler. Banks, Howard, and Logan, and
Messrs. Wade, Stevens, Sbellabarger, and
Coalfax. The paper will Le; represented in
Washington by experienced correspondents.
The amount of stock already (subscribed is
Mid to reach $230,00.
fjyToombs, the fire-eiler, the ex-United
SUteS Senator, the great secess'onUt, has
lately returned to Geo'gia, bsing for a lorg
time hidden by his friends, for fear of the
indignation of his fellow rebel citir-ens. The
Atlanta liitcTigencer makes an appeal for
mercy in his biUalf, and hnp ven jianeft
will not b visited npon him.
gTbe Mahoning Regitkr has the fol.
lowing: A gross outrage was perpetrated oa
an old negro woman, near seventy years cf
age on the night of February S3 I. She Is
living with her son-in-law, alio an old mia
on the line of the Hubbard R R., ne;.r the
McCurdy farm. . Three rofrlius entered
through the roof as the windows and doors
were barricaded, intimidated the man by
presenting a pistol at his head, and one by
one outraged the woman. It is feared she
will never recover from the (ItfU.
jy The new Eight Hour law just passed
by the Illinois Legislature and signed by the
Governor, provides that after the 1st of Way
next, eight hours' labar between the rising
and setting of the sun, tn all mechanical
trades, arts and employments, and other
cases of labir and service by the day, except
in farm employments, shall be a lfgftl day's
work, where there is no special agreement or
contract to the contrary. The act docs not
apply to service by the year, month or week
and does not prevent extra time of work as
employes may agree,
ff Senator Morton of Indiana, on Satur
day night, in a speech to sereuaders, spoke
in favor of the construction bill. He honed
the President would (execute the law in its
letter and spirit. He said the South would
make a great mistake if they opposed it; he
anticipated that in two years the South would
assume her former position in the L'nion, and
fraternal relations would be restored Speak
er Colfax, on being called far, endorsed the
sentiments of the Seuator. He added, "Cou
press has said to the rebel States, you shall
be led by th faithful men, the Unionists
whom you despised in ywrancied triumph
of a miserable confederacy. And the frieads
listened to him would say, as the cour.
try would say, Those who love the flag shill
rule the fcouplry."
J3P0n Thursdsy, a Figiiance Committee
at Mansfield arretted seven or eight qersons
belonging to the gang of rascals in that place
had them photographed and then started
them off on the ears, informing them that if
they returned there it would be at their peril.
Intense excitrment existed in the city. A
arge meeting attended by the best citizens,
Iwas bald and the Committee were fully in
doncd- The citizen say that from ths num
ber of the robbers and their waonrrof carry.
ing on operations, there seemed to be no
means of protecting themselves, but by this
summary proceeding, ft is said that prey
eighty confidence men, burglars, thieve, and
pickpockets were cjnnte l th-:e In ono dy;
and within ten days, eight cilizcus were as
saulted with slung shots or pistils. The
citUena bare comuwuced, and declare their
determination to jelear fas town before they
' ' From the Fidiay Jtfftnoni: The
G wd Templars, of this plae, are at work
trying' to break up the liquor business.
Some have, been arrested aud fined, and the
biUance of the saloon keepers seem willing
to comply with the law by patting ths
"fluid'1 bjttles nnder the counter aid sel
ling therefrom nothing but "wins'"nun-wa
ter." "bensine.'' etc. .....As aeent of the
New York State Orphan's Horn, brought to
Findlay, last Friday, fourteoa boys, for
whom he wished to nod. Domes among ias
citiaens of tbe county. All of them, ws be
lieve, have been distributed, and the some'
less are such no longer. The elildrsn, teen'
orally, appeared as though they nac( neen
well cared for by the institution from which
they earn-and wire under good suijecww.
The Countv Commissioners sdver
tise that they will submit Hit question of a
Countv Infirmarv to the txonle at the com
ing election The following business
changes in Findlay are mentioned : JK. A.
Hmwn 'retires from the firm of Thompson
Brown, leaving tbe business ia the hands of
lr. Thompson. Mr. Brown, mieaai going i
Ualiloraia. A. Jiusnon nas soia oui nn
Hardware Store, to H. Kob Co. John
Kemble has sold out his interest in the Kra
pire Store, aud Mr. Clougb has gone iuto it.
Houpt Byal have disposed of the Boot and
ortoe department oi ineir ousinwm iu a.
Baker, 3. Staekhouse and Gee, Glick.
Fram the Port Clinton VnU: A pro
tracted meeting bas been commenced at the
M. E. Church in this place. Meetings began
. 1 . . . L - V ! J
OS juonoay evening ana are iu do neiu btwj
night until further notice. So far, they have
been well attended by attentive liestners to
the earnest and impressive teachings of
Revs. Jones and Kingbam We have
received a note from Geo. B. Heller, recently
appointed U. S. Assistant Assessor for this
....... c-HlnM 1 cuunr'i nfRrm lifts
GUUUIJ , lug UMI
brTi established in Beach's block, Elmore.
From Tbe Tiffin TWon: Caldwell one
of the men who escaped from our county jail
a few weeks ago, has been beard irom. be
bas enlisted into the Regular Army ha Penn
sylvania. The information was derived from
a Utter which he wrote to a friend in Foe
tori a, Tbe others have not yet reported ....
There ia a man in Jail who peremptorily de
clines to satisfy th6 inier man. He was
brought up from Flat Rock ea last Monday,
charged with whipping hia wife. Until
Wednesday be bad stub bonny reiusea to eat.
.'...The winter term in Heidelberg College
will close on Wednesday, tbe 13th of March
The nsual examination will be held on Mon
day and Tuesday, the Ilth and 13th of
' From the Fostoria Xetos: The revival
that hss been in proerese at the M. . church
for the past six weeks, baa been productive
of ranch good. There has been something
over forty accessions to the church ..... .The
Trustees of the ti. E. Church have purchased
of James R. Williams, for $600, a lot on the
South side of Fremont street on which to
erect a parsonage. It is a beautiful site for a
residence, and it is proposed by u:e eburcn
hf re to erect a house at a cost of about 3,000,
so that ministers ho may hereafter be ap
pointed to this charge will beve a pleasant
PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
Mascb 5. In the Senate to-day a bill in
troduced by Mr. Doaa to provide for the pay
men t of local bounties pledged to volunteers
under ths calls of the President issued July
2d snd August 4th, 1862.
. 1 he afternoon was mostly spent on the
sptcial order, Mr. Kellogg 's resolution to
amend the Constitution so as to allow colored
citizens to vote. Speeches in favor of sub
mitting tbe question to tbe people were
made by Messrs Griswold, KelWr and
Hollister, and against it by Mr. Walker, Re
publican, of Shelby. It was finally post
poned and made the special order for Thurs
day, March 14th, at 3 o'clock P. M. -
In tbe House the proceedings were unim
Mabch 7. Ia the Senate a bill was intro
duced by Mr. Tibbals to authorize councils
of cities of tbe secopd class to appoint Boards
of City Improvements. The afternoon ses
sion was mainly spent in discussion on a
temp, ranee bill, which was laid on the table
on tbe motion of its friends, and a bill to
simplify practice and pleading in criminal
In the Honse a great part of both the
morning and afternoon sessions were con
sumed in discussing a bill to allow a town
ship to levy a tax to refund money contribu
ted by individuals to relieve the township
from the draft. The bill was finally defeated
by a decided majority.
Mabch 6. lathe Senate a bill was passed
authorizing county commissioners to sell
lands when tbe interest ol the county de
mauds it, to the amount of one thousand
dollars, without the vote of the peeple. It
is a law.
March 9. The Senate passed a bill to
provide for the creation and regulation of in-
dependent county agricultural societies,
which authorizes two or mors eouaties to or
ganize agricultural or mechanical societies.
and become bodies corporate. It is a law.
A bill was passed supplementary to the
city and village corporation set, authorizing
the levy ot a tax ot two mills on a dollar lor
A bill was introduced by Mr. Justice u
prohibit the infliction of corporal punishment
in common schools.
A resolution was. adopted instructing the
Committee on Fees "and Salarit a to inqnirs
into the expediency of increasing the per
diem of township trustees.
la tbe House rasch time was spent IB
Committee of the Whole in discussing a pro
position to allow Catholic Societies to cede
their school houses to the State, and eome
under the operation of tbe general school
laws, which it is said tbey desire to do in
Cincinnati and soma other localities.
Mabch 11. la the Senate Mr. Golden,
Democrat, offered a resolution for the nay.
nient of the members and offiiersof the Gen-.
eral Assembly in gold or its equivalent.
Laid en the table for discussion.
In tbe House a bill was also passed to
amend the set for tbe protection of certain
birds and game. It extends the time for
killirg birds from the 15'.h f October to the
1st ol February,
A bill was also possed to amend the act to
provide for the payment of local bounties
pieagea u volunteers nnaer toe s&u oi ine
President issued July 2 J and August 4th,
1862, extending the operations of the bill to
the year 1867 aud 136d.
A bill was tlto passed to amend tbe law
relating to ditches, drains etc., making ft
discretionary with the County Auditor
whether to order plat, survey, etc
Mabch 12. In the Senate tbe following
bills were passed:
To provide for tbe erection of a new build'
ing for the education of the blind, lo cost not
more than t300, 000.
To provide for a registry of births and
deaths, requiring physicians and mid-wives
to report births, and physicians and ministers
to report deaths snd funerals to the Probate
To amend the Act prescribing the duties
of County Auditors, dunging the time of
entering upon their duties, from Marco to
November, it does not encct lucumb nls,
Authorizing the transfer of funds accumulat
ed during the war for bouotie, relief, tc.,
to the common township fund.
To make Washington's Biithday a holiday,
firqvjding that negotiable notes shall nut be
equired to be pid on thst day.
' Incri ising the Tees o( County purveyors
to fi vedollsr per day.
The foregoing have all passed both Houses,
except the first.
In the Senate the following bills were
passed at the morning session:
To incorporate Savings Societies.
To securv the cutting of weeds, briers, el
ders and other bushes in the pnblic roads
Totxempt tsewing Machines from levy and
sale on execution.
Makiug skill ders pnnishable by fine and
imprison men t.
Sknatx, March a. Sensiyr JJooljttle and
Pattercon each made a Statement relative
to the charge of receiving money from Col
lector S my the of If. YM indigautly denying
the charge and pronouncing it a bace felse-
Sin ate, Mabch 5. Mr. Harlan Intrubuaed
a bill to admit Colorado, and gave notice of a
r bill to construct a military and freight
laiiroaa irom ue .Mississippi nver to the At
Mr. Sumner, according to previous notice,
introduced a bill to provide a republilicaa
form of government for the late rebellious
States. It provide? for the re-establishment
of civil government on the basis of loyal
voters. Ordered to be printed, and to be
laid on tup table until the committees srs
Hot'SK, Mascb 5. So pi eeendings of gen
8b nu t-., March A large i'Mmher of 1411s
snd j-iqt resolutions were introduced. Inclu
ded among thii former was a bill to direst an
immediate i-iritrailn of voters in the late
rebel State who should proceed to elect
delrgatoK to a Convention to form a constitu
tion, fcc. in short directing at once that to
the terms of tbe Reconstruction bill wss
submitted as an a:ternstive, to Ihe discretion
those Slates. Tbe 8tan ing Committees
the. Senate, were filled.. Mr, Crag. re
newed tbe Wade proposition for a Constitu
tional Amendment to kgalias the Oae-terni
r:n.;.. i. f th. Pnvviilpnev. : A resolution
appropriating $50,000 for thennrposes ofths
Paris Sxposilion wss passed. 1 he Senate
j..lin.J artian noon tbe House retoiu-
tion for an adjournment on Monday of next
week, and then after a short Escotivso-'
Hocss, March 7. Various resolutions and
.AMmunf .Btirma . were disposed eft-Asr ad
journment on Monday next until May 6th
wSaaffteed to, Tho Judiciary Committiswenj
t.tUti u.vinrt i bill desutnatbitf the
proper authority to call Conventions in the
rebel otaica suu jji u , iuu .kuau
elections, the voting should be by ballot; a
to repeal the act ceding back Alexin-
Inst in Vanrinia Win broueht in nnder a sus
pension of the rules and passed, end the resi
jn r the dav wss occupied with a long and
earnest speech, by Mr. Ashley, in snportof
impeachment resoiuuoi , uiru
gain introduced by him. These were also
supported by General Butler and opposed
Messrs. Spauldingand Niblack, but were
finally adopted by nearly a strict party vote,
House thus ordering the Judiciary Com
mittee to take up the case, as left by the last
Congress, and proceed with it to some issue.
The Speaker then announced s few of the
committees and the House adjourned,
SvsATit, March 9. Petition wss presen
from eitisens of Alexandria, asking Oon
grets to delay action oa the bill to re-annex
that eity to thf District, until they could be
beard in their own defence. A discussion
arose, during which it was stated by Mr.
Wilson that the Alexandrians justified the
exclusion of colored votes the other day on
ground that no military commander had
been appointed, burthat they entirely
acquiesce in the necessity ef admitting such
votes at the next election in the spring, and
expect to do so without opposition. With
remsrk by Reveidy Johnson that emi
nent counsel hsd advised the Alexandrians
exclude the colored vote last week, the
matter went over. The Senate on the re
commendation and testimony of Gen. How.
adopted a joint resolution appropristing
million dollars for the relief of the desti
tute of all classes and opinions at the Sooth.
disloval persons had been excluded from
benefit ef former appropriations, but it is
now proposed to feed all a ike. And the
Executive session closed the day.
House was not, in session on the 9th.
Sksatb, March -11. A large number ef
bills were introduced in the Senate among
which the most noteworthy are those for the
payment of claims for French spoliations,
providing for further Naval promotions,
not exceeding ten meritorious officers.
main poi nts of the guaranty bill offered
Mr. Sumaer a few days since, having
been fully net by the Reconstrnctien bill
which is now on its passage, ine iormer was
on the table: An executive session
closed the day.
Hocsk, March 11. The list of new bills
resolutions presented in tbe House occu
pies much spee. Nearlv all these were of
local character. The Bounty bill, which
passed the House, but was not reached in
Senate, at the last session, giving $6,33
month, with deduction, to all volunteers
were honorably discharged, was sgsin
presented by Mr. Schenck, and an effort wss
made to secure its linmeaiaie passage, out n
put ever to another dsy. A few of the
standing committees were annonuced. A
providing for the registration of loyal
Southern voters and requiring the secret bal-1
in all elections, was introduced and pas
sed, 117 to 27. Resolutions of sympathy
with the movements in Ireland were offered,
a motion to surpend tbe rules for their
consideration was pending at adjournment
Sss atx, March id the jrrencn apoiita
tion bill, a bill for the defence of the North
frontier, and a resolution directing the
War Department to furnish to Tennessee
arms and equipments for 35,000 militia, were
favorably reportea upon irom ine vummn.
and will be acted npon at an early day.
bill, the same as one of tbe last session,
repealing the City Charters of Washington
Georgetown and providing for their
government by Boards of Commissioners,
a joint resolution providing for the sur
vey of a Ship Canal around the Falls of Ni
rgirs, were also introduced. The Registra
tion bill from tbe House was referred to the
Judiciary Committee. -
Hoi'88, March 13. The Mouse passed bins
tppropristing $5,000,000 for the expenses of
execution of the Keconstsuetion plan, and
15,000 for the destitute freed men of the
District; all jt bill to give annually a suit of
clothing to each invalid soldier who may be
inmate of any Soldiers' Home. The
session was brief, and no other business of
importance was transacted. . .
The New Road Law.
The following is a tolerable full synopsis
the new Read Law ef Ohio:
The supervision of the roads is transferred
Supervisors to the township Trustees
mala residents between twenty-one ana
vears of aire are liable to perform
days work yearly, in repairing the roads.
Pensioners of the United States and disabled
soldiers are exempted. The sum of two dol
may be paid by any person naoie to
work, and .received by the trustees in lieu of
two days work. The trustees bsve power
contract with any person or persons to re
or make any roads or parts oi roads in
their own townships. Countv Commission-
in ceucties where the taxable property
exceeds sixty millions, are authorised to
a tax of not less than one-twentieth,
more than five-tenths of s mill; in coun
ties of thirty millions of taxable property
leS than sixty millions, not lets than
her more than one mill; in coun
ties of less than thirty millions and more
than ten, not less than two-tenths nor more
than two mills; in counties of less than ten
millions and more thaa five, not less than
seven-tenths, nor more than three mills; in
counties of leas than five millions, not less
than seven-tenths, nor more than five mills.
These levies are to be made at the March
session of the Board of Commissioners, ex
cept as fat the year 1867, when th levies ran
made at the J nne session.
St. Patrick's Day.
Next Sunday, March 17th, is St. Patrick's
Day. We append the following sketch of
t r u a..
imiDU pauui lull. iivni,miiic. nuic,
Patrick ( Patricus) Saint, the patron saint
Ireland, bora, according to most sutbori
ties, near tbe site of Kilpstrick, at the
mouth of the Clyde, in Scotland, in 37
died at Dawn Ulster, probably in 464. At
the see of 16 he wss carried captive to lie
land by a band of marauders, but madp his
escape after six months and reached Scot
land. Carrie 1 off a second time, and again
escaping, he resolved to become a mission
arv to te Irish, was ordained iu Scotland,
and after a lone preparation was consecrated
bishop. . Having, tpreviously, according to
some accounw, visiua Mu', aciu pcruapr
Italv. he passed to his chosen field of labor,
about 432, and preached the gospel with such
extraordinary etlect that, although noi an
solutolv the first to introduce Christianity in
that country, he has received the credit
its general conversion. He baptised the
king of Dublin and Munsler, and the seven
sons of the kine of Connaught, with the
greater part of their subjects, and before his
death had converted almost all the whole is
land to the faith. SL Brenard testifies that
fixed his Metropolitan Sioeat Armagh, and
appeals that he appointed other bishops
with whom he held councils- to settle th e
discipline of the Church which he bad plan
ted. In his old see he wrote his '-Confess'
ion," the authenticity of which however, is
doubted. It may be found in Sir James
Ward's edition or the words of St. ratricK,
vo., London, 1658) The Roman Catholic
Church keens his festival on March 17th. A
popular legeud ascribes to him the banish
ment ot all venomous creatures irom tne is
land, by mesas of his crosier, or staff, which
Ralph Kigden, in his "Polychrouicon,"
meutionsss being kept with great venera
tion in Dublin in 1J60.
How to Take Care of a Piano.
We copy tbe following plai and simple
directions for Ihe proper care of pianos from
a eotemporary: "It should be remembered
that the piano forte is susceptible to the
change of temperature, aorj when tuned in
one temperature will be out of tuns in
another. Good and well made piano fortes
stand in tuue if they are tuued at proper
periods. Many jieople, as they wish to avoid
expense, will let their instruments remain
long out of tune, wnich is a great detriment
ilem, s JJiey are less likely to stand well
after having bee'u so left. Ve will offer a
few hints in reference to the matter, A
piano forte ought justly to be tuned twice a
year, at least. First, when you commence
-., : .1 -unn,l wkan
' is discontinued. By following this
course you have tbe best guarantee thst ibe
instrument will remain in tune for the lorg.
period of time. Again, the instrument
should not be suffered to remain below con
cert pitch; if it is for years tuned below, it
will never aner suiuo up io ine j"1". v
ut a great 'deal of labor, if, indeed, it ever
stand at alL Manv otherwise beautiful in
struments are nearly or quite ruined for want
proper attention to these simple facts
it will never answer for a professional
tuner to recommend these tnines; if he does,
people will suspect him irotsedtstely cf
i v . r . . v . i . i :
clin niourm, ana aj mui ne is pnuimug
his own advantpee. Owners of piano.
fortes who tre apt acquainted with the na
ture of tlie instrument ought to bear these
facts io mind, when, by a yea-ly outlay of a
trifling snm they might save, themselves iiit
finitely more than they rvslly expend, by the
preservation of their instrument, in which
hsvs Invwted so tmich, ll,r,
New 2Ur itf t0tmtnt0.
House and Lot for Sale.
I WILL effsr mj brass aa tat for sale, sltnsts4 oa
f hs corner ot rroghaa ana Wsvds Streets. Ee
aln ef F. B. W hits. Bank ot Fremont.
(Uw4) C. St. I I3HIR.
For Sale Cheap.
1 GOOD lar itmbl Land Itotltr, ntUM for roll
'J1rr ill ktnosef etowsd gnmndr It Ban s aea
W ealluit. st tas a' 4 Plaalng Hill k 8uh retry
aasi not oi nrer
N. HAT SIS
Notice to Builders.
PROPOSALS will I nsaind to April
kj jit 187, py ibs Hotro of taaesuon or ibis city,
fcr th boUdtBK of two fehool Heasea. The plan sad
pesiSeationi of which ean bs i en at th Pnst CB,
on ana aner Tuea ev, aarao iwtn.
.Br order of the Bob-6. '
HENRY LSSHER, BwraUrr.
Frasoat, Marsh IS, 1S3T. lis.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
TABLE CUTLERY, .
LAMPB, AO., &C,
And a Good Supply of OIL.
Come in and examine our stock, and yon
will find the
O XT FL ! !
Ia eonooctioB with tis he will 9tl h wall
Groghan Mills Floor.
Meal, Feed and Bran,
WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL.
D o n't forget the Place
Valletta 3! core & Rawson Block.
E. B. MOORE & BRO.
Fremont, Marcb 16, 1867. llyl.
GREAT NEW ENGLAND
J. W POLAND'S
WHITE PINE COMPOUND.
b bow offered to the afllicssd throashaat the coun
try, a' ter bariof beea prored hy tbe teat of alerwa
rears, ia the New England States, where Its merits
hare beeome as wall kaown as the trae from which, ia
art, it oenres IU virtues
THE VTHITE PINE COMPOUND
- Oores sora throat, eolds, ooBfhs, drntherta, bron
shuts, BpittiDg ot blood, and poJmonary affections
seoerauy. H Is a remarkable remedy for kidney com
plaiate, diab-tea, dimes Ity of yetdinf arise, bleeding
trom toe sianeye bbq Diaaaer, jrrarei ana oinor com
Th White Pine Compound.
"It wti early la the rui-inr of '61 that this com
sooad was originated. A ateatb-t of my family was
afflicted with an irritation of the th oat attended with
a disagreeable eingh, I had for some months preri
oas thought that a preparatioa baring for 11a beats
the inside bark of whl'e Dine might be so compound
edas te be rery ee fal ia dleeaaes of the throat snd
longs. To teat tne raise 01 It in tas atse aiinaed to,
I compounded a small anantlty of the medicine that
I had beea planning, and gays it la tasapoonfal doses.
The result wss exeeedlngly gratifying Within two
daye tho irri'ation af the threat was remoyed, the
eoaga taMiaeo, ana a apeoqy care was eneetsa. Booa
after this I sent to a lady ia Loadeaderry, (I. H.,
who ha 1 beea saffering for soma weeks from a bad
cough, ooeaaioned by s sadden cold, and had raised
macas streaked whh blood. She aosa found relief sad
eeatfor more, ehe took aboat taa paao-s of It. and
ret well. '. B. Clarke, u, editor f(t fas Maactaitw
xauy Mirrwr, maoe a iiuioiiaeeameprvjaaaTlonia
the ease of a i-rere cold and was carol Immediately.
He wsa to highly pleased with the resalis, and to eon
Sdeat in sneeeaa att-a-iing its salea, if placed before
the public, that he Anally persuaded me to giro it a
aame, ana eena it arjroaa to oenest tne aunuring. In
Nnrember, ISS6, 1 trtt advertised It under the name
of White Fine Compound. In two years frcm thst
time there had beea wholaaled in Manchester atena
ane hundred dollars worth, where It teak the lead of
an tne coo jn remedies in tne msrsov, ana it aim
maintains that poaitlon. There is good reason for
thif j it is rery soothing snd healing in its nature, la
warming to the stoinsch, and pleasant withal to the
taste, and is exceedingly cheap.
Aa a remedy for kidney complaints the Whits Pine
uompoaaa steads aortraiea. It wat not originated
for that purpose; but a person In asinc itfor a orach
was aot only eared of the cough, but was aim eurrd
of a kidney diffleuity of ten yeara' standing. Since
that accidental discovery maoy thousands hare uaed
it tor ice trim ejpjpaint, ana Bare Men complete ly
The abOTe was written by Dr Poland la 1S60. Since
thea,aaia Ifaaeheater, the White Fioe Oouipound
haa taken the lead af all eoaga remedire, as well as
preraratiouaforthe cure of kidney difficulties, ia ev
ery eity, town. vilUge and haralet throughout the
New slngland States.
This remedy is as aafe aad pleasant ta take aa It ia
The editor of the Ifancheater Dailv and Weekiv
Jfirrfcr,in the teaderof tire naily, thru writes of the
Compound: "The White fiao Compound is sdver
tired'et much Iesgth in bur columns, snd a Sara
happy to leara that the demand for it is increasing
asyoad all pretioua expectations. It is the very brat
meaiane wr coutrns sou ouias ws snow or, sa4 no
family that has ones seed It will be without it. We
apeak from ouroa knowledge, it is ears to kills cold,
aad plessaat aa It la fur. The greateat lurentltna
ooma by accident, snd it Is singalsr that the White
Pino Compound, made for ceag'ie and eolds nhou'd
Erove to be the greateat remedy for kidney difflcalties
sown. Bui ao it la. We cannot doubt It, so many
testimonials come ta ua frcm well known men. Be
aides, ihe character of Br. falaud la euea that we
kno that be wilt rot countenance what is wrong.
"A Baptist clergyman, stsdying medicine to Cad
remedies for his ailments, with a delicate, eortssmp
ttre look, standing with one foot upon the grave, he
made the dleeovary which csved himself, sad ealles
out f ore otarrs the strongest biumoniala possible.
Ws have knowa l)r. Polsad for yens, and asver knew
a mora eonselentleae. aenaat, upright aian, sad are
glad to state that ws believe whatever hs says aboat
aia White Fine Compound."
THE WHITE TJS COMPOUND.
- fclOKtiU W. 6WET, at. D., Proprietor.
Prepwdatthe Vew Eng'rnd Botanical Depot, 104
jfar-or r Strra Boaton, uuder the arir-lTinion of
Rev. J. W- Polar.d
Strong Armatrong. CleveTsnd, Ohio, and Benton
Myers, Catfleld, Ohio, Wholesale Agents.
For sale by sll Drnggtata is frsuioot.
March le, 187. YUalL
CRAPES! CRAPES ! I
One Year L-ayers.
EstrWgojd rotate. tt.ru. biwm. ariDKSD.
OpneonU, I Rhillirr. JQ shilling SS.OO.
Dfjiawams, $ i' ftasji
Hartford. 9 " jjiaa'i
For as by the aobaetiber st Ihe aore rate.
, . Jt'fiX V. BEKIiV,
DisfOlnlion of Co-Partnershlp.
TaTOTTCK I a hereby givsa that the psrtaarshlp leewi
is. toiura exmung Deneeai u. w. waasworta aaa
Banna B. Pratt, tinier the Srn, mmmm at Wadaworlh
Pratt, ia tas Crockery aad elasswars basineas, is
tain oay siasorvea oy mataal coaaeat. Toe Buslttsas
af the Srm will be aattied sad eeatiaued byC. W.
Wadsworth st the store ia Fsbiag aad Helm's Kr
Blonk, rn State Street,
-. C. W. WAMWORTH. ,
OSOBGK B. PBATT.
rrceaoat, March 9.1SS7 113.
TBS proprietor of thia eetabllahment effera for sals
this spritg a very ana eolleetion af 1'rnlt and
brasmeatal Trees, Baribe, am, at low prices That
trees hava lea groaa with arret ears aad eaaaol
fall to give sstiafactioa. The Evergreen Treee are ea
paelally Saa. -alaving baea taaasplaBtaa,sheauad aad
pruned, they arc now ejact'y right for plsutlag in
ysrds, lawn a j c Thre are tbnnasnda of them on
the grouads from which a seleerica n be made to
salt avaryba-iyv , -. .-
Arrangementa hare been ma?e with a (Tat class
Propagating Establishment for tarnishing Oreea
Houaa Plants, Bone Buahea, fce. Orders for anything
this line eia be Ailed at Progator's prion If left
early at the Naraeiy, or sent early through the Poet
Office. All orders and eommonicationa should be
addressed to J Oay, Fremont, Ohio.
- . . - J. DAT, PaofwtSToa .--
frarooat, March 1 lSSTnlt . ,
FOB building two or three hundred rods of post
snd rail fence, oa the Glenn farm south of thia
city thia spring will te received at th ones of Hocae
Kveret, la the dty of Fremont.
" JAMBS K. Gt.Krrit;
By Chabuh Kvbbxtt, bis Agent. . (tOaS.)
T O FAR M E R 8 .
CAST SlEtL.'monlds, hardened and a Jap ted ta
two horses. Warranted to be the beet and cheap
est Steel Plows in the country. Don't forget the
place. D. JUNE Co's Foundry .
Fremont, March, 6, 1SSTI0m , -.
FREXCII FANCY STEAM DTEIN6
I ; kUh'ttHLinvta srtiajtFV ' 1
104 8eec Street CleTeland, Ohio.
Agency for Fremont, , , .
Mr Albert H. Rice, :Frokt Btri.t.'
First class dyeing in aU Its branches. I call the
especial attentlqa of gsatlemeai te .the improved
French style of ciesuiiigorredyeing of mads up gar
A ChmncB to 'Make Monej,
A JVetp and Important Invention.
Improvement in Shovel Plows.
The undersigned has recently" received s patent fcr
Important improvement in shovel Plowa sn Im
provement which practical Farmers snd Msehaaice
who have examin d it, pronounce of the greatest
ntiitty and is now ready to dispeee of 8tste and
County Rights aa liberal tsrmav --
For fu ther particulars as te the invention aad
terms of territorial rights, address,
8. W. JACKSON,
Ballvllle, Baaeuaky County, Ohio.
BaUvIlle, March 8, 1ST. lOmS.
LAND GRAF & ERNST,
OnthePike, Wrst Knd fBrielgv,
Blghest caeh prices pail for ' '
BUTTER,' ' '
EGOS, -'. ' '
LARD, .1 ' "
fee.f Ae.f Ac.
Whv OaUt4vntly oa htn3 a eomplt utook of
Family - Groceries !
Lowest .Sew .-York Cash Prices.
-... ,h .i -- - -
Salt and near slwsy? aa hsad. ... '
Highest prices for sll sorts of FCTL
Pont paaa by the
WILD CAT SIGN,
FBffD. J. L4ND9RAF,
J03N 0. IRNST. . .
f - :. V a j J
FOR MARKlXa LWXEir, 4c
The Improved Indelible Pencil,
PATKitTin 1869, net.
Greatly Superior to Indelible Inks
One Pencil will mark over 1 600 article.
4i Desirable, convenient, and asefnl. Springfield
(Mass.) KepabUeaa. -
For Sale by Bcoksellers,8Utinners, Druggists, fce.
Manafaetarad and sold st Whole ale, by
, . The Iadeltble Peuelt Css
Every renotl sfarraatad. Price, 60 cents, (61ml
Wadsworth &' Pratfs
Are at No. 6, Fabing's New
Block, State Street,
Fre-rout, Maich 1,1867. 9ml .
PHESCRIBKD GOLDEN SEAL. '
Recommended for thi treatment of Dyspepsia, Indl
geation. General Debility, snd Fever snd Ague, and
warranted to cure. Invented by Dr. 8. C. Ssurs. It
s vegetable compound of thirteen distinct artic
les, and is approved and prescribed by the medical
Erofeseioa. A physician who ha, oiatie ore of it in
is practise esya It is harmlee, while it ia potent;
nor does it, aa is 'the case wif li many mediciaee, leave
shattered eonatitution in hit track." Sold by all
ORRIN SKIMNKR t CO.. Sol. ProFrlstsrs,
lOylJ .r. . SprlpgHeW, Maaa.
SicilUan Hair Renewer
'. Rk'NKW.-i THE HAIR.
Hull's VseErxsLX Sicilmas Baib Rstro'ss
Restores Gray Hair te the original color.
Hill's Vbgitibib Sifmuia Uair Rusvsa
Prevents the hair from falling off.
Bu i's TrrkriBlt Sicillias HaiB Rasas sr
Makes the hair auft and g'otay.
Hall's Vkoktabli Sicillmx Haib Rbastsr
Does not stain the akin.
Hall's Tscbtabls Smuluab Haib Beoveii
Has proved 9s!f the bei-t preparstion for the
hair ever presented to tbe public
For sa'a by sll dru;st!s. price
it. r. nAiiL ti (JJ., r.a.nni, x. ii froprietuis.
February 42, ISoT.-TtS.
BiRTLEIT, BEERY & CO.,
IMPORTER1 AXP JOBBERS of Silk and Face 3 .
i 0 HrearJsr, Near yorltt
PhDCa Bartlatt. Phireunn R Been, .loha H Red
of ths firm of Pardee, BH a: Co,"
JtmeaS. Hill, Owe W. Witaot, Dawltt C. Davit,
Setk J. Araoli!,l 'a with Pardee, Betea k Co, f SOmSe
Samjlea aent free. Ko aanltal re.iilred. Ladiaa
ertfealremea can earn from S3.S0 toflO.04 sereay.
ancloiaatamp, and address
1 to 5 Acre LrOts
r geoi 'and wtb fruit trees en tkea for aile. 1
mile south ef Fremoat. aear tbe vllrsge of Ball-
He. Tbe It ml Is welladantad-terrace, fruit, rar-
seaiag or farming. Far p tot and terms eaqulae
s a. s. s stcusUiArt.
: Blaok Ash Shingles
IOESALr si redaoed prices. 4.2 per 1 SOfl, sad
the klad sold last year at $4 Ml, alii be sold at
CO. They are believed te bs the best sad abeapsst
nicgiee now in n mervet. -
- v . .le.-era. MoUtM.sir;
3 TON HAT 9CALK, for sale cheap, juat the aire
for farmers. Also, a small Steam Kngine. with
Botlef and Sztares suitable for sawing wood, making
Sorghum, te. R. W. B. Mcl KI.I.AS.
Fremont. March t, 1S67. 10ml
SALARY $25 PER WEEK.
Plessaat, honorable and pmltaUe saslsstea, fa,
one ar two peraons la every eonaty In tbe I' sites)
States. 8obstsio ml EvttsocT will Brt.
Areata free freta all eompetitto. Some are sW
making tt6 ta fee per weak above sap anas i.
HO CAPITAL REQUIRED.
Specimens that sell for fg. 08 furnished by mall, to
Agents, for tl 00; aad thaM that sell for 2 00 seat
to Agents for 60 cents, ia stamps or currency. For
employment er samples, adrireaa
H06SA B. Garter,
Mw r- '--fmk Cqosn, Hamaatead, si. fc.
Composition Paste or Cement
. : ry aoofla?. o .t.
BRICK, OB WILL-BCRTTT TJLAT IS SROtND
to Soar aad mixed with asphaltnm or coal tar,
sod the brick Soar having aa aranitv for the tar,
unites, . " -?
FORMING A" CEMENT,
whlch,beiaf apread.bewmee v.ry hard, while re
taining a snaaetent tenacity.
LICENSES GRANTED BX THE PAf
1 ENTBE, - u.
RICHARD B. STEVEJiSON, V"
(m3J r Clyde, Saodoaky County, Ohloc
.T. I. B A R K E R,.
Has just epeasd ia-lfo. a, Fabing and Harm' bee)
Block, on State Street, Fremont, Ohio, a first-class
Merchant Tailoriae BataeUaameot.' wh're he will
coastantly keep oa bard a good supply of sll kinds
Mens and; Boys. Wear,
j 4 . . CasSISTIRd a , -pri '
Smw. ..J D,tMM4.. V I. tr v
usnssa uiouu, iraeeauie, isaimeres, vesnngs,eTC
w: in mu rsnvif, ic opruc ana oammer
JSVOAllUDO K7 SJ A A C f 1
Which will be made as to order, in the heat atvla
of the art, and not te be smiled anywhere.,. Also, s
good stoek of
Overooata. frcm low-mieed ta mmmI Shm,. wall
made. Fine Frock and Sack Coats, Pants and Vests
ia great variety. Also Oeata' Famishing Oeoda,
rjaderahirts, Drawers, Suspenders. Cravats, Ties,
Collars, a,4, fee. r
His Hons) Wtll be, Esaphatleari, -
Quick Sales aad Small Profits.
With Oaves purchased since the late decline, be
eaa offer dseided Bargains. He invites sa saamiaa
ttoa ef his Stock by those wishing to parch am, as
suring them of a chance te save money.
T"AI1 Goods mads to order are warranted
aa to riT and maic, or bs sale. ,
T. I. BARKER,
S. r: i x a' j -1
nt, March 1.1M7.-
Persons Out of Work! !
AS Wali AS ' 2 " '
TH08E. WHOSE BUSINESS
Does not require all their Time
WT.l tad tbey can cans a hanriseierlifliiM By
taamg aa agency tor toe saa or j f
FRANK MOORE'S ANECDOTES,
A Book j-or thb Hocbkhold.
Active Mas or Wears can i ecu re good territory, .
ON SAL ART OR COMMISSION,
WITH SrSClAL ARRAXOKB&XT FOB VKAJIbrOSTATIOW.
An h'ntirely New Feature in Omvamng.
For rrospeetus aad Terms, addraos g ijiff
JAMES PORTETJS, Osn'l Agent,
No. it Bibls HocBB, N. T.
f Circular t. EUrtlt Illustrated. Kith Sttel En-
fTurimft, thMtKtug tMe style le f sri, scat fru,u
March 1, 18S7. Bwi.
Poland's Magic Bilious Powders
mBl8 PRKPARATIOAT ia tbe'cUaeovatn
X of Rev. 1. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor of the Babtist Church in Gorfstown,
M. Bn and a maa dearly beloved by that
oeaosniaauon tbrongaoat Siew Engiaad1
fie was obliged te leave the polpit snd
stndy medicine to save his owb life, snd his Maaiio
Pewaaaa are ane of the most wonderful discoveries of
modern times. It it tae rrtmt JAer aaa Buhmu
Renudf which completely throws in the shade all
other dieeoveriee In medidae: and it affords him
mach gratil cat ion' that they receive the ananimous
approbation oi all who have tested them. The Magic
Bilious Powders are a positive cure for Liver Com
alaiat baits most aaravated form, and an iamedi-
steeorreeterof all Bilious derangements, excellent
for Headache, constipation, rimplea, Blotches, s sal
low Bkin. Drowsiness, Diaztneae, Heartburn. Palpita-
t loo, and a meat woadarfal -Cose ejad Preveatiav of
this fearful mai aaay as always seep me rowuers ca
hand teady for Immediate use.) Here are a few im
portant particular : 1st, Thev are the Great 8 peel Ac
for sll Billions AOee-tions. 3d. They are the only
known remedy tbt will core i,lver)lmpiaint j.
Thev are the ealy known remedy thst will cure Con
stipation. 4th. he Powders are se tfaoreugk in their
opera tion that eaa package wtll be all that tae major
itvef those asiaa them will reaaire to eaTeet a care.
f th. They are a mild aad pleasant yet the moot . fact
ual cathartic knowa. Sth. They are the cheapest
aad best madidae extant, as they cso bs sent by Basil
te any part of ths globe for the price, SO coats.
Circulars, eontaiaiBgeertifioates, information, fee,
seat te any pars or ane woriaueo or caarge. -SOLD
BY ALL DRUGGISTS, or by mail ou applies
tioa to C. O. CLA1K eV Co Ooneral A
aeaita, New Bavea , Conn.
Prix afl Ceats fr Bm. 134.
SUFFER NOclVKJ RE
Whea by. the use ef Dr. Joiaviliars Elixir you can,
be cured permaaealy, sad st a tridvng cist. -The
aetonlshtag suecees which hu atttbded this
invainaaie meaieine lor anysteai and Bsrvens weak
Bess, seaerai debility and proa trattos. loss of musen
lar energy, lmpeteacy, er say of the censequencea bf
youuuni iBuiscreuon, reauers it tne most vainarjls
It will remove all nervosa affections, depression,
excitement, Incapacity to study or business, loss ol
memory, confusion, thonihts of self-destruction.
fears of Insanity, fee. It will restore theappotitcro-i
new the health af those who have destroysd it by I
sensusl excess er evil practices.
Young men, be humbugged no more by'-Quaek
Doctors'' snd ignorant practitioBera, but send with
out delay far the Kiixir, sad be at once restored to
health and happiness, A perfect care ia guaranteed
ia every Instance. Price, f 1.00, or foar bottles to one
eaoreee, J uq.
One bsttle is sntlcient te f ffeet s cure in ell ordl
aarv css s.
Also, Dr, JolavUhVa BpeciSc PUla, for ths speedy
and permaaant care ef gonorrhea, gleet, enthral
discharges, graveVetrletare, aad all anactioaa ef the
kidneys aad b'adde'r. Cores effected in frees one to
Ave dare, Tbsy are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, sad never nauseate
tne stomsea or impregnate tae b'eatri. rvoooangeot
aet la necessary wniie using tnem, nor aoes tueir sc
tioa la any Baanncr tatarieie with busiaesa pursuits.
Price SI 00 per box.
Either of the above mentioned articles will be seat
to say address, elosely sealed, snd .postpaid, by mail
or e xpreee, oa receipt oi pnee.
Address sll orders to
BERGER, 8HUTT8, fe Co.. Chemists,
- No. ilae River Street, Troy, N. T.
atarea j,iooi. vyx. '
Whiskers and Musta,ohrB ! I
FORCED to grow upon the sraoothestfacs ia from
three te Sw weeka. by using Dr. Sevigne's Ree
tauratear CapiUaire, tan most wonderful discovery
in moaern science, noting anea uis board ani hstr in
aa alsopst miraculeua manner. It hss been used by
the elite ol Paris sad London with the most Better
ing suceoee. Names of ail purchasers will bs regis
tered, and If entire satisfaction ieaot given in everv
instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, SI. Descriptive
circulars and testimonials mailed f,-ee Address,
tjftrH,iiii,OHH r3 iBfnJBta, ao. 2Ni Hirer
oirees, Sf. x aois age.nts tor tq Lniteostaiee.
Msreh 1, IStiT. 9jl.
Auburn, (Joldert, Fltucen and SUksn
PRODUCR by ths ase of ProSsssor Debreux F ri
ser Le Cheveux. OneannlleAiion warranteH tn
curl the moat straitAt aad stubborn hair of either
sex iato wavy ringlets, or heavy massive curb. Has
beea used by the Isshionshles of Paris and London,
with ths moat gratifying results. Does no inj ury to
the hair. Pries by mail, seal aud postpaid. SI 00.
Descriptive circular mailed free. Address BEKi;kH
SHUTtS feCoChemistaNo.S River Street, Ttor,
HS-Ctll, ISO,. 9J1.
HAIR EXTERMINATOR ! ! !
for ileraj,vinp dupertims Hair.
To Ihe ladiesepecUlly, this intalnable depilatorr
recommends itasli ss beinir aa almost indisDenaabla
srticie to female bestity, Is easily applied, does not
bora or inj ore the akin, hatacts directly ea the roots.
It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low
foreheads, er from any ptrt of tbabidy, completely,
totally and radically ext irpaling th same leaving the
skin aofl, emboli ad natural. This is the only ar
ticle Q??d by the French, and Is the only real euec
tntl depilatory in existence. Piiee ?S cents per pack
age, sent postpaid, to any B'-aresa, oa recsipt ol sa
afe.mr.tt, prji'ii.- s-. vo, vaemi-.i,
.23 Mirer street, Troy, !J. ?.
Msreli a, lT.-yI. '
Sweet Opopona from Mexico! Near
varv rara, rich aad fashionabis Derfame. Th
Boast svsr imported ar maaulastored laths tTwito
NfStock of Dir Goods!
st : .. " ! .
Everiything . Nice and Hew.
OAY PLAID POPLINS, PLAID AND STRIPE MOHAIRS,
PLAID AND STRIPE ALLPACE9, PLAID AND STRIPE DeCHBVES ,
SILK STRIPE POPLINS, PLAID ARMERES,
FRENCH EMPRESS CLOTHS, All Colors, FRENCH MERINOS,
PLAID AND STRIPE EMPRESS CLOTH, PLAID MERINOS,
COLORED ALLPACAS, BLACK AND WHITE PLAIDS,
- CANTON CLOTHS, . ALL WOOLDeLAINS,
BLACK ALLPACAS, BOMBAZINES, AC , AC.
A LARGE STOCK OF BLACK SILKS,
VERT CHEAPO . - '
FANCY SILKS, All Colors.
BALMORAL SKIRTS-and HOOP SKIRTS, for Laditw, Misses and Cfatldren'
C i i . - r- ' 1 'r ' '
MAMMOTH STOCK OF .
Shawls and Cloaks, Broad Cloths, , . Ladies' Clothe
Beavers, Fanoy Cloakings, Casslmeres, Satinets,
Jains, Tweeds, ' Cottonades,
IFIlsumimls ol? UStoitj IDsirlljpt.ion, ""-
.WHITE, GRAY, RED, BLUE, YELLOW AND PLAID. .
PRINTS, BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLIN, DELAIN8, TICK1M.
AND SHIRTING STRIPE, GINGHAMS, BLUE AND
TABLE LINEN, NAPKING, TOWELING, JACONETTS, SWISS J, NAIN
SOOK, LIN UN CAMBRICS, LINEN LAWfl, BOOK MUSLIN, LINEN
HANPKERCHIEFS, PLAIN HINSTICH EMBROIDERY.
Our stock of GLOVES and HOSIERY is full and eompleta.
DRESS TRIMMINGS, CLOAK TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, RIBBONS,
GIMPS, VELVET RIBBONS, and a thousand other articles to mm.
erous to undertake to mention.
e i i
. Also a Splendid Stock of EMBROIDERIES.
We cull espcisl attention to our Stock of
N. B. Remember our Stock is ail entirely NEW, no Old Goods at High
Prices, and we will sell them Cheap for CASH. Give us a call, examine our .
stock of Goods and judgo for yourselves. Remember the place, at the rooms
lately occupied by B. D. Austin, corner of Ftate and Front Streets.
BRISTOL & TAYLOR.
FREMONT CASH STORE. 14-41yl
WM; A. RICE'S STORE I
FINE FURS, ,
W M I A. RICE'S S TO R E
FOR 76 UR SHEETINGS,
' 'Go to Wm. A.TUce's Store for your
. - i ....
Boots gltclcL Shoes!
Aad everythiDg else si sstauishieg ltrw prices.
GROCERIES ! The fmhfst
Fremont, Dee. 14, 1866. 4yl.
New Dry Goods Store I
hew conosi mm cooosi
Hermon, Smith 8c Wilson,
IfO. 1, VALLETTA'S BRICK BLOCK, FRE.AfOlfT, OHIO..
HA VINO aiadslarv raratioas far lhbislnss of tbssrssat Saasori.vs aka plsaasra la iafermlB
oai eastoors that as are readj to exhibit th foiWariog liaxa 6fa, at lh LO WE ST ml
DOUF.STIC BRITISH nt OOJTIVF.XTJL. Ershnurias plsia sad ranev ssubalr fibril- msrtei
of alt qualities: ealrmd aa-1 Muk ALPAGCAS; TA R TJ.V CHECKS io variaty of eah;Jl,E XJIfDRll
sod VICTORIA CORUS; COLORED PRIlfCESS CLOTH S. mobslr Srarea: EMPRESS CLOTH
all qnalatiee;all shades of FREXCHuai E1WLISH MERl.VUS; SOLID BLOCK CHECK 8 la aTaao
sat fabrics, sod aa sadless varietr of VRB&S eoODS tbatwo will aot aadorrak to sssamats
SHAWLS C CLOAKS,
We iake np-ctalitj jmbrjiclnj aU th nnTUii nf
la fall irwr
?rtmeDt, eoosistlna; ia irt of Jaeooets, Cohrie, Kslnaopis, Hatj Cotttm Rriin..... u
Biebnp I.ans, Victoria Lairoe, e. ' "". Mclls,
Oar Stock is Extessivs snd Complete.
s 9 .
Ws maka this a lsadloa bnoch of oar rrada, always sslliaa; thera at tha aaallsat aaasu s
Tor, urge , of w Pri.t Sh-Uor, DeBiass, .Wp,N StatCS? '.
CotaffktiilasV Of Woo'altl. aaarraaA Ma (la ttaa (a Tl irsr ll
Chi Wrao's iraar. Kid Oioaee -tbo tao teat aad most
ths world, also Seecr liosd Kids, Seeev lined aerlna
Salisbary sUnaals, Udi.a Clothe, , Ate. -
liaMtfartat hostrht slsee the great deeliae, from therecsutaueiioa sales.
AlaofnllllnMof ths lollorlnv roorlVi-niirh'St th
men. Eikrilttriri. l,tlt. flmmoritli Uui S.kirlt
Bl.s,Zeasi- t,.or's.ty, SmX H art,'. w' Irur
eaft wewouW harr.fouiememb'r, sa had aot s dollars a-oith of OW eoeUs on hand. Thaa sot oil.
riving our cutomeis tit beoedlot tas lorsstsrioer; but salls them New. aad f.-eth UomIiu T rT.L.
ft1''" f'V'i IV,.'., , ;,, ...r.T.rv ;7 I
SPLENDID CLOAKS, .
and cheapest in town, at
WM. A. RICES STORK
HOSIERY & CLOVFR
wr as Is Asa st rwa t f ....
aooular ku...'l rrj'rit! ' . ,''r ,,
sad 7ool ttloves la la:g. sarply. " '"
Plaia Bad Iwil.eU 'laasa'a
- N riaasa a
reoeol aie aalaa io Now Yaik- ;'. c
l.rmtu Ib-.w... s-..... in .. ... v
ratir. stoek of i-.il a ar..V JET,?., 2
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