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POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
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Way Mall going bast, die, at ,
Thmgh Mall going Srt,,oM at
Way Msil going Wert, ioeet '
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Way Mall (rata th East at
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V all lean on the t ! K R at
Malls arrive - -at
T aeUeravtlla, Tuesdays and Fridays at.
Ta Black Swamp, Saturday, at
w,lttiu orri'M ara regularly hla u fUw
lag Churche I thl atty, rnrT Sabbath, at th
b r. named:
McmoKiGT ErisoorAi. Carxca, corner ol Maiket
aad Main Btmets; tor. J. tmi, Paetor, 10 A.
a, aad 7 r. a. Sunday Schools! a " FTy.vme
ttog Wedn'edey eveaieg.
Pnuniaiii Cbcbob, aora Oarrtaoo and Main
Btm; Rct.K BFBrtLt,Fator; 10XA.,an7
r Sunday School at 13 a. Meeting er-ry Wortne.
day eve. .
St.Pacl' (IriaoorAL) CaracB, Rct. C. H. Yomto,
Reetar, corner Mala and Conrt Street; 10X Ia. at.,
and T . a. Sunday Seho.1 at t r. a . Lector awy
Wednesday evening la th char.
jtcpckamCaraoB, Front Street, bataaas Market
tad John Street; Bev. J. B. Taoaraoir, Pastor; 10K
A. a , and 7 r. a Saaday Sehaol t a. a. Prayer
mwUngmry Wadnea'tay emntng.
LCTDRAa Cacaoa, corner Oak and Court StraU;
. B. Lajto, Paator; WX A a., and T r. a .
St. Joaxra'l (Oaimouo) Cscaca, Crogbaa St.;
Ear. 8aAPB Boa-aaaPaator; maaa tTary morning at 8
o'clock! on Saaday and FettlTalf of Obligation, Low
Hat at o'clock A. a. illgh or Solema Man at 10
o'clock A. a, (ta Wtotwat 10X0 Taapetaat lk
r a ud aaoarionally Bmmnettoa at T T- m- Sua
day School at Ir a.
St. Asia (CATaoue; Carat B, SUtc 3tit, isi. L.
F.D'Aacr, Paator; Pint Maaa at t e'clKk, a. a.;
Second High Maaa at 10 o'clock, a. a. rday School,
X r. Veepare, ( p. a.
LAND FOR SALE.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
Fwaaont, Sept. T, i8oS.-W.
Home and Lot for Sale ,
NXAB the Fnrtytartaa Church. Will be eold
kaa U toLi wlthia the next 10 day. Title
perfect. Enquire at taa Shoe Store of SHERMAN
0,oppoa:ta the Crogbaa Hoaae.
(OAaCKKSofland on au Clara riwr Wl?yeln,
lAJi offered at a great bu tain for auii, oi lnex
Bteaaa for lamber dtllrcred nexl fall, or property in
rreaioBt. By Dr. K 1ULLOK. Fremont, Ohio.
A KICK HOME and on acre o Lind, with Iruit
tree and out-buildinra, in the city of Fremont,
err cheap and hog tin for paymeate; aloo about
vitii acre on Wateritreet, ii Fremont, aita.le
foraay aaanalaataring citabliehmantj and near the
haiinaaaportiaaof town. Snqair of D.LJLMl.
Fremont, JaalS, laoT-atf
Farm for Sale.
A TEST deairabl farm, abrnt one n;l!e lou'h
waat from Ballerae, Ohio. In farm eoutdiac
lertr acrea. cheioa aoU, gwi tw. ury dwelling
bsaaa, good out-boueea, Ac , orchard, two well of
rood water, and ailaited on an excellent road.
f-r farther nartieular enquire of the eoboertber
M the preova-Sr ROBERT R. BTKWART.
March 6, labl 10w.
Bouse and Lot for Sale.
rr rKDEtSlOKKD ofrr for aale, at a low p-ice
'I'1 M reaaonabl Urm. a goo d tw atory frame
A- a- uuunii half let. oig-oand, oo laecur
UOUee t i . iiM.ii feVunont- (Htt
ol,fc TiTr, on high ground. Krquire on the
premiwor 6VSAH TOi'IKX.
t Arm for Sale.
Tec- r-k.-nRsl D .offer for fale hi Farm. it
HgL w . oanshi?,fandaik oounly. O,
uatttd in Jei rxemow, and three nrl
.l(rht b. 1.ti.oa the Lae Erie A
nrthwotof Wintor-a t, 4bo0t 84 acre. of
Louleriile RiiUoad. jngood eult.wtioo,
land, fty ''U ZV f
th. balance tia.br; a new . nirer-taiUng
hundred bearirg fruit treea, kUnew. Forteiuu
w., and "-7" T1b.-l oa
and other partieular. inquire g RsjjSBURG
rrfX,ir6o7.g.n. plater-. SUtii P. O
Farm for Sale.
tiSyZZ. J?7 J ta
iling within thirty rod. i of Fort SPJSfS
i fV.riCrih. Barn with Bbaue, two nevenaU--gyring
""(."rQainlc,. Pe.ch, &c
Dae. 7, 1864. 4flm7pa
Hot ees for Sale.
rxiHREK rood workEorae for fale ' a bar-ato a
T " illiP McHAiL "
4" north of Fremont. rnlLLIP MICHAfcL.
TWO Huadrtd Thousand Pine Btaree; Two Hun
dred Thoaeand Bed ( ak Stare; for which th
:htgbewt marketpriee -ill BaSKLET.
' Frement, Dec 29, 1S6. Im3
SEALCarcpoeal will be received ar ud in tfc
Fair Ground of the Sandocky County Atr.cul
taral Sooletr, anil Mondar. 12 o'eUk M. the 4th
day of March, W7. PLATT BRC3H, President.
Fremont, aiaren i, aooj. .
Marble Hail Biiiiard & Dining
rw.r Parry Cloee'i Who! Male Grocery Store.)
Io.a.rBrtf B.'CASCRK In announclog to the
rkr .... iT..; .-oplefaclitier to accomodate
enbl-c I t ; '';,, Md WintrSca.n,
A Mo. 1 repntatiaa.
Warm Meals at all Houre.
Farmer willfind -Marble Hall" juet the pl to
set a good eqoare mel when they come to tow.
2JXE1 TjaDIES' B.001M.
bar a room in Marble Hall eepially Btted up
e a Ladie rtela.
Oyeiaaerve.nplnanvtyted-eired. Fresh 0;
ter received daily by Exi ree.. Orrtm for rale by
the ean or eve.
Fremont. O., Sept. S. IC. 3Pm.
Dr GtCK O'HAfL.a, Veterinary Sorireon, ha
mnored hi ome to George Hurdiek' Livery Rtaioe
Office, where he will cwitmue la teat ail rnrahle
iMasee of tbe Harae. lie will vi.M hoiae when
Thankful for pet faor aod bepirg by ne t
toatioa to bn..'neM for theeo1inn'vof lh io
Tfat. Haynea, S. Buckland A- Souf, J. W.
Tailing. 5f . D . D. Bette. E. DJlon fc Son,
8 Bircha d. Ernst fc Younkman. George
Hurdick, Heot i Meng. Theodore Clapjv
laeaire Xouv Urr anal Calile
Hartford Lire S'toct Insurancf Coinp.,
Thl Conjaiiiy i'ur Polieie Live gtnek aiaitift
l.o'h riea'h or th-ft, at wweraie nw. Br in ring
in tbie Ca pany you txeharge -o utiWatiltv '.or a
mruiniy. N. luaa ean tell wielberbi animal may
n tb toieu,or uit"nrorgharmeoa!orcsra'aUTu.
Hoy at navaaan Loiury of fnba,
Drswd oace in aevenieen ear- 1'iiaei rtsiea" tau
nforrastlcm eiri-n. H iem-at ; iii4 for co.ib'.oou.
ndailkioiofg'-ldaijilter. i.kro I iham, o)
. Maia St , Providence, R I.
Keedlsi l iai Fioska, Ae.. o. every d-aaiipUea, im
portadaid tnanufafiturad by Ai.RVRX UM ,
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1867.
CHURCH DIRECTORY. Town and Country Matters.
We now send out ite Journal with the data
to which the subscription has been paid ad
ded on (be margin of the paper to the printed
(dress vf each subscriber. Bya glance at
these figure', every one can tell bow bis ar
count slinus. Thua: 'John Smiih 15 ttpt 66''
meant that John Smith has paid bis sub
oeriplion np to the 15th of September, 1666.
Ilereafier rtveints will be unnecessary, as the
change in the date will beeqai valent tosuch
ackuowleiignieut. . This plan trill prove
equally advantageous to us and convenient to
our subscribers. It will save us the troubla
of keeping a separate book for subscriptions,
and will promptly indicate to aubtcribers
the lime when thy should make auoth.r
Union Primary Meeting.
The Colon men of Ballrilie ara rrquealed to meet
at the Babion School Hcuee, at 8 o'elcek on the after
nooa of Friday, March 39tta, 1S67, t. aont
loate cand-'datee for town.'hip officer to be elected at
the eVctina oa tbe. Brat Henday in April
Wanted- A a active.; 4teady boy, from
15 to 17 yei of ajrn, to work in tha Jovrnal
office. i t l i t s I'M '
Another HandBOmo Sign Sherman 4
Co in Fabings Dew block ara out with a
Personal. 0. M . 'Wadsworth of the firm
of Wadsirorth PrM, h, returned to town
nearly recovered from bis severe sickne).
Th Treasury. The County Finances
ni it; lit be in a worse condition than they arc
present. The balance in the general fund
depnitmeot foots np to $11, 768, 4S, which
makes a fair show.
Removed. Dr. S. a,. Oi wig has removed
from Winter's Station to Galena, Ohio, where
he proposes to carry on the practice of medi
A Cold Snap. "Winter lingering in the
lap of Spring" is too muchly poetical to do
scribe the present "spell of weather." If only
the peach-buds escape injury let her freeze I
Road and Bridge Fund. Tie County
Commissions have assessed one and a half
mills on a dollar ruination for road purpose,
one-half of which goes to the Bridge Fond.
Personal. I. B. Sharp, Esq. formerly a
resident of this place and now a State Sena
tor from Wyandotte, Kansas, is in town for a
few days on a viait to his old friends.
Mite Society. The Mite Society of the
M. E. Church will meet at Mr. Fitman'a
Thursday night, March 21, '67. A full atten
dance is tics-rod.
Appointed. The Board of Directors of
Uio Agricultural Society have elected1 Johh
V. BtrfiT, Secretary, and J. P. Elbeikik,
Treasurer of the Society.
Trade. Trade revives somewhat with the
opening of Spring. List Friday and Satur
day the streets were well filled with people,
and trade ha? been moderately fair during
Telegraph. Oocd substantial and neat
telegraph poles have been put np on the
esst side of Front Street, and the wires run
dirrct from the tfiice to the It. R. Bridge.
Newspaper Change. J. V. Jones baa
sold the Fostoria Xcm to E. W. Thomas,
who made his bow cditoiial this week. We
extend our best wisl.es to the old and the
The Norwalk Dramatio Club. Sev
eral members of the JTorwalk Dramatic Club
visited our city and attended the "Excel
sior" dramatic entertainment on Monday
A Change. The firm of Wadsworth 4
Pratt liavo dissolved partnership and the
business will h. reader be carried on at the
old stand by C. M. Wadworth. Mr. Pratt
will remain in the city and engage in some
other branch of trade.
The Wheat Crop. The winter wheat
never looked better than it doe this spring.
It stands thick on th" gronud bids fair in be
an escr'ltnt crop. There will be a good
Beany serfs of spring wheat Fown in the
Engaged. We nndetand that the"Ex
ctlsior Dramstic Club" have an engage
ment to play in Elmore, and another in Kor
walk, and that the Dras atic Clubs from
those places will also appear here and oc
cupy the stage at Cnioa Hall.
Heavy Shipment. The firm of West &
Dana, shil red during last seiwn two mil
lion feet of lumber from this port, monthly,
to eastern tnaiket. The fchiptnents the cm-
ingsetS'm will be much heavier than Iat
Deputy Assessor. Mr. Lewi, the aew-
ly appointed Collector for this District, wa
in town last Wednesday. We understand
that he has recommended Col. J. R. Bartlett
to Secretary JlcCuUoeu for appointment at
Denutv As-sar for taiseounty. uolonei
Bart'ctt will mike an attentive, careful and
thoroughly efficient officer. '
A New Engine. June and Curtis have
iust fin'shed fi' Engine to be ussd in West
and n.ma'f, new mill at Green Sprircs. The
Engine is 33 horfe power, 10 inch cylinder,
12 inch stroke, and is ititendd to make four
hundred revolutions in a minute. The si
is circular, six feet in diameter and will cut
12.000 feet of lomlwr per day. The Engine
is half portable ani has the improved circu
lar valve, different in style from any everbe-
fjire manufBcifcred here.
Change at the D epot.-Mr. C. M. Fisa
n --ho I;aa been agent far the Cleveland aud
Toledo Kail Road at this place for the past
two years, bas been transferred to iiyna
nH has been sncc.tdrd by Mr. A. J. liAiic,
an old resident of Fremont, nd formerly a
nnniilzr aud efiictent Bgent heie.
Ifr. Fisher haa viven great satisfaction
during his two year, btay here, and bas
mnde himself unive-sal'y poptiier. W e coa
gratukte the Eljria travelling pnblie on his
appointment to their Station.
The G-reensburg Road. Application
has been mde to have the Greensburg Road
macadamized to tbe Wood County line, I
distance of about fifteen niil. Messrs. B.
Amsden, Win. E.Hjnes,C. G. Greene, and
H'rani Haffwere appointed to view, and re
port tbe expense uf the contemplated im
provement and tbe lan !a a-birh will receive
benefit from such improvement. The road
n-eda macadamizing greatly and the value
of the lands adjsccnt will be increased mmr
than tbe cost of the road.
The Spring Election. The officers te
be elected in this city and township on the
firi-t Monday in April are;
A Mayor, who holds his office one year.
A. City M-rsii;i who bold" his office one
A City Solicitor, wl.n holds bis office two
Two frvi'tfes in etch vpH, one of whom,
after tha first vice .ion, is to 'oe eVc:i iniun
An Ai-sfr in esch ward.
Tbe Count v Trsurpr U n-oj&ch city
ti.asutcr tf ci'iesof the second el, in
crucs v Ikto Ae ci'.y a! the county. seat.
Tee L'oard "f Trua'.ern (or Aldnoea)
cboosa ilieir own President aai Clerk.
sides fh above, the i-tl Towsslii
i trt to be cltcted.
Grand Musical Tournament—
Every Brass Band, Every
String Band, Every Glee Club
in the State to be Invited—
Costly Prizes to be Offered—
To be Held Next June.
Arrangements are being made to give a
Grand Musical Tournament ia this place
some time next June te which all tbe Bun
Bands, String Bands and Glee Clubs in the
State will be invited. Several costly prises
will be offered and no pains Will bespared to
make it the grandest affair of the kind ever
bald in Ohio. The detail of the plan are net
yet definitely arranged, but will be announced
in due time.
Union Republican Club. On Friday
evening of last week a number of Union men
from the several wards of the city met at the
old Headquarters of tbe party, in Buckland'
Block, and after consultation concluded to
call another meeting to organixea Cnioa Club
to operate in the eaeuing sprin; campaign.
A committee was appointed to pi c sent nan ea
for officers of the Club, and on Tuesday eve
ning last soother meeting was held, at which
the Club was organised by the eleetion of the
Tmonoax Curr, PrtMnt,
3. K. Hobo, Fie PrexioVna.
Pi. att BaCSB, rreawrT.
A. 0-. wnsjox, 5
A motion was adopted to hold two Club
meetings a week until election, on Tuesday
and Friday evenings at the Headquarters.
It was also ordered that a special meeting
be held oa Thursday evening, 14tb. (last
Th Clnb rooms will bs open every eve
ning, and. a cordial invitation ie given the
public to call in. It is hoped that every
Union man of the city will make it a point
to attend tbe regular meeting.
Shade Treee. One of the most dclight-
fnV ornaments of a city can be secured at a
trifling expense. We alluded to shade trees
Sow is attcod time to transplant tnem. iney
ean easily be obtained, and will grow best if
transplanted within tbe next three or lour
weeks. In taking them up care should be
used to get as much as possible of the long
fibrous roots. Do not get your tree from
thicket. Those re most likely to succeed
which are obtained from isolated situation,
or where they have but few trees growing
near them. The blanches and limbs should
be rigorously lopped off, at least to much
that the top shall not greatly exced the ex
tent of the roots. The holes for their recep
tion should be dug considerably deeper and
larger than would b requisite for the bare
roots, and filled with rotten-chip manure
and soft earth. Our native forest trees will
nourish best on this soil, and they are the
most beautiful that can be employed for this
nnroose. Among inoee pent aaapievi . mu,
use are the e'm, sugar-maple, sou-mapie,
bass-wood, ash and cotton-wood.
I4st Of tetters, remaining uncalled for
in the Post Oifice at Fremont, on the 14th
day of March. 1867:
Amsden Adaline Mies; Biddle Andrew;
Bacon F. W.: Bowman Mr.; Jiiddle relcr;
Crov C. Ellen Mi; Oaroler John; Cox John;
Oother Richaid; Clarlc w. n.; imvis wkb
Miss; Essmerson Jennie Miss.. 2; Fosdiek
Wm. A.: Flora Da iel..2; Fluts Emanuel;
Fester John; Forgerson Williard; Gilmore
if aggie Mrs.; Grubs Isabella Mrs.; Greene
Fletcher J.; Hinetle Charles; nuioDieioD
Charles H.: Hartum Fred.; Herman Henry;
Haltuiire John K.; Hawkins J. M.; Holden
J.H.; HtitchinsJ.; HeurW.J Jackson r,.
H. Mrs.. 2; Jackson Erskin; Johns Margaret
A. Miss: Kolfer Anna Mrs.; Kirsh John;
King Lydia Ann Miss.. 3; Mosier Alexander;
MTer Edward; McCarty John; Mitchcl J.;
Murry Lovina Mrs.; Miller Lina Mrs; Meore
Michael; Mineh Peter: Martin 8. u.; rosey
Isabella Mis.-2; Piatt J. r.; Pierce u.;
Rogers Addie; Rob man J.; Ramsburg S. H.;
6ibbrel A. Mrs; Smith Angenetu airs.,
Smith Amanda; Stewart Ella Mrs.; Simon
F. A.; Shawl George W.; Shefler George
Scherf Jacob: SaRer Jacob; Smith fcaran IS,
Mrs.: Sherres William; ShntUr William;
Thompson Joseph; Vance John; White E, P.;
The Cental System: An exchange
throws the following light on the cental syg
tern: fcWe have published valuable tables
giving the price of grain per bohel,BDd at
the same rate per cental Such tables are
not always accessible, and we therefore give
a rule by which buy6is and sellers can mane
their own calculations. The standard weight
of wLeat per bushel is 60 lbs ; corn and rye-
5 Ins.: oats, 32 lbs.; barley 49 lbs. The
price per bnshel being given, to find the
nrice per central multiply the pric per
bushel ty 100 and divide by the number of
pounds in a bushel. For instance: At f 1 su
ner busbel for wheat, whe.t is the price per
is the i:rice per central. Again: The pnee
per cental being given, to find the price per
bushel multiply the price per cental by the
number of poands in a bushel and divide by
100. Example: At $2 50 per cental what
ia the price per bnshel of 60 ibsT 250x60
15.000x190 1 50, the price per bustsi.
Our readers will save much time while the
new system ia becoming familiarized, if they
will cot this article out and keep it in a
handy place for a few days. The above rule
ia so simple and easy that people will soon
became accustomed to the new metbod. Ai
readv the market reports of most of the cit-
u . einn bv the cental system, aad it
will soon be universal.
Book and Ladder Company Elec
tion. The resignation of J. R. Bartlett, as
foreman of the Hook and Ladder Company
baring beea accepted, a special meeting was
held Wednesday eyening last for the pur
pose of filling tbe vacancy. H. G. Don
iysoo, first assistant foreman, was promoted
foreman: John H. Hood, second assistant,
was promoted first assistant; and Ira Whit
m.n aa elected second assistant. Tbe
term for which these elections were held ex
pires in June. The Company is in good
condition, and ready, as they have ever pro
ved, for all emergencies.
JA new $ 10 counterfeit national bank
nole( the plate answering for all the nan us;
is in circulation in this State, the parties in
th bninw fillini? them un to answer for
one bank or another to suit their convenience.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer thus speaks of
its appearance; The signature of the R-g
ister of tbe Treasury and the United States
T.niwr have been well imitated, bat tbe
signatures of the officers of the bank are very
poor, and plainly show that they have been
printed. The back of the note is not so well
executed as thj fcee, but the green coloring
- Oh, Fete ! Weare called upon to chron
icle a deliberate and, we have reason to be
lieve, premeditated desertion from the bach
elor ranks. Last Monday Mr. Pkte Kfsslks,
"Mine Host" of the Ressler House, meekly
put hisbese under the matrimonial yoke,
took unto himself a wife from among the fair
ladies of Clyde aud started southward op a
wedding' tour. We forgive him this one
and wish him any atrmunt of domestic bliss.
Outwitte d. The Tiffin Tribv.rt has the
following in regard to tbe capture aad re
lease of ob of our jail bird-:
A circumstance happened to two of our
detective cfficiala lately that deserve per
petuation. A man confined in the jail at
Fremont succeeded in making his eMspe.
Our two officials arrested a man at the 10
o'clock train on suspicion, and ifM of them
in oider to make sure of his man took a bed
with him. The next day, concluding that
they bad trapped the wrong bird, they re
leased him and generously paid bis fcre on
the cars. A short time af er this the Mar
shall received frpm Fremont, a circular de
scribing tbe person so exactly that there was
e n. bniLtJu'. was. lh sell a toe tttuuuer. r
Born to Good Lack. Dramatic enter
tainments do not seem to be losing ground
with the Fremont public The Excelsiors
plsyed on Monday and Tuesday evenings to
large homes, although the nights were both
wet and disagreeable. Tbe leading piece
was "Bom to Good Luck," a somedy with a
leading Irish character, and one of Barney
Williams' favorites. Psudeen O'Ranerty, a
jolly, free-hearted sen of Ire'and was capital
ly rendered by Mr. Cook, wne nas reai ge
nius in the delineation of Irish character.
Mr. Hood as Count Manfredi made an excel
lent a; pearance. Mr. Thomas House, a new
member of the troupe, playtd the par. oi
Coradiao with excellent effect, with perhaps
a little want of spirit in the heavier parts.
Every one who beard Mr. Chance s render
ing of "Lsndri" was disappointed in mica
Malfi." The part or an old roan was
ill suited to him and the effort he made to
adapt bi voice and action to it wa plainly
apparent. Mis Everett' elocution wa ex
cellent and ber manner pleasing, but it re
quired a considerable stretch of the imagina
tion to believe her the old and ngly Countess
Molingar. Misses Toy snd Evans played
their parts with good effect, and tbe minor
characters filled their place well . The farce
Family Jars ha everal "ituation that ad
it of considerable kill in acting ana u wa.
creditably rendered. Mr. Slater as Porcelain
played admirably, and Mr. House s Bene
dict was easy and natural. Mr. Bawsoa
took tbe house by storm st bis first appear
acee as Delph and sustained hi it well,
hi want of familiarity with his part rather
adding to th bunior of hi acting. Mr.
Dwight as 'Diggorj" managed the York
shire dialect to perfection but could not get
the "Ethiopian"' out of hi action. Mis
Hick, reuderingof her part as the "Captsin'
Daughter" wa in perfect keeping with the
ebracter and Miee Foy played the difficul
roU of Irish "Liddy" faultlessly.
On the second evening the new Jsrce an
Uproar in the Barber Shop," was tte roost
laughable the troupe has yet produced and
was well rendered throughout The orches
tra led by Bcbee filled the intervals with
music of a high order, in laci ine mua.c
... r , .r n Jram.lir fUltprtAIN
one ot we ieaiurn oi
roents. Mis. Mann's singirg was good as it
always is. In the ease oi Jar. -ianu
tare to recommend the choice of some other
song than "Pat Maloy" as it ha been sung
several times in public here snd is tolerably
familiar to the roost of our people.
Transfers of Rsal Estate, for the week
ending Match 9th, 1867, prepaed by A.
F. Gallaghes, County Recorder:
Chas Foster to Geo L Donnels, 80 acres
f ea4 a osn town&hin.... . .
JasSevitstoM A Carpenter, lot 33
and 34 Hessviue,
L Q Rawson to John Leary part Jot
no 198 Fremont
E T Roller to Jas Boose, 44 acres
Geo June to Charles Moll, 26 acres
Robbcrt Patterson to Elizabeth Sny
der, in-loU 729 and 748 Fremant,
Phillip Zimmerman to Nancy Snear-
... ... f. T ' A
ing in-lol laorrenooHs. .......
Bircbard 4 Norton to Jacob Snyder,
.1.9 ln tin 9 Galhcher pt
Jacob Snyder to Joseph Walby, w 1-2
l..t ni 9 Gallserher. pt
Jacob Moses to Mahala Grant, 70 acres
Jacob Moses to Geo Urant, 1U acres
Washington township,. ......
E O Cooley to Levi Gilson, 25 acres
ReM township...--. ...
K O Cooley to 0 Zcckgraff, 5 acres
Isaac Rice to Hannah Morgan, iOt no
J W Boose to John Myers, 10 f ores
Woodville township --
F S-White to Leppelman, and Djrr,
part of m-lot 217 t remoui, -
F S White to Adam Hodes n 1-2 of
in-lot no 218 Fremont,
Wm Blanck to Wm B'auck Jr, 40
acres Madison township,
Jno H More to J 0 Rosbaugh in-lot
1379 1380 and 1381 Fremont
G G Golden to Rodney Golaea 111
acres Townsend township,
Dan Golden to Dan Sweet, 20 sere
T.iirnaend township.. ......... -
J W Hone to Levis C Anderson, in-lots
324 and 35 Fremont,
G D Conrad to James Dnrstan, 100
acres Green Creek township,. .
Geo Buskirk to Wm H Moore lot in
S W Reed to B F Keller, 26 acres
John Myers to Mary Rees 40 acres
CbasB Crippan to Wm P McCord 80
acies York township,
L H Latham to F 0 Doiflinger, 60
acres Townsend township,
A Discovery. One of our Fremont
detectives succeeded in getting a cine to
some hidden counterfeit money a few days
siace. and after considerable perseverance
found it. It seems that the two counterfeit
era who visited our city a few weeks since,
one of whom was arrested and sent to jail
and has since escaped, put up for a brt
time t Samuel Williams Hotel in Genoa.
Thev proposed to stay two weeks and paid
bend bills in advance, but left before the
time. A short time after, William moved
eut leaving all the furniture exeept some un
important articles at the hotel. The detect
ive had ia some way learned tt.at several
counterfeit notes were hidden between the
glass and the back of a looking glass, and
looked over all he could find in the house,
without finding any money. On inquiring
it was found that Williams baa taken a very
small and old one home, and this one contain
ed the money, six counterfeit $10,00 notes,
wery well executed. Mr.WUliams is confi
dent that the money paid for board was of
the same kind although it was taken and
passed without suspicion and has not yet
been returned to him. 'Thete notes will be
useful if the rascals are ever ngiin in tbe
dutches of the law.
An Autograph Letter. The Post of the
Grand Ariy of the Republic have bacd
aomely framed and hung ap in their hall in
Bucklands old block an autograph letter of
President Lincoln's which is ss character
istic as any we remember to have seen. It
was written on the back of Mrs. Baird's let
ter, aud sent to the Secretary of War. After
the case bad beee disposed of, it was thrown
among the wssie papeis, swept out of the
office and afterwards picked up by Mr.
Krura who waa there en duty at Wash
ington. It reads as follows:
Hon. Sec. of War: M a. Baird tells we
she is a widow, that her two sons and only
tupport joined the army, where one of theas
still is; that her other son Isaac P. Baird, ia
a private in the 721 Pennsylvania Vols.
B5xter's Fire Zouaves, Co. K. that he is
pow under guard with his regiment on a
charge of desertion, that he was under ar
rest for desertion so that he could not take
the benefit of ret tinting under the Proclama
tinn on that subiect. Please have it ascer
tained if this is correct anJ if it is, let him be
discharged from arrest and go to duty, I
think too ho should have his pay for duty
actually performed. Loss of pay fulls so hard
on poor families. Youta truly,
A Larceny Cause. Oa Monday a trial
came off before Dr. Wilroer on a charge of
larceny, State of Ohio vs. W. and J. Lemmon
and Miss C.Hier. Mrs. Lemmon of Ballville
has been bed-ridden for several years and a
guardian has bcn appointed to administer
her sffa:ri. Ir. the abf nee of this guardian,
a bqrt time since, William Liroinon, her son,
took a bureau, stove, bedstead and beddiug,
end seypral other article of household furni
ture and moved it to Mrs, pollier . wfcere hs
proposed to live, Jacob Lemmoo waa em
ployed to haul the goods sad waa implicated.
The parties were arrested at the instance of I
the guardian and Finefrock appeared for the j
pioseeution and Remsburgh for the defense.
Jacob ws discharged and William and the
Collier girl bound over, the latter beinteut
to jail in default ef bail.
Elmore. A Masonic patty came o(T on
Wednesday evoniiig at Wilson's Hall at El
more, hii'u a well attended and paated off
delightfully. The room managers were Mr.
Henbv Gai and CapC J. B. Lucaf.r. The
music was furnished by Hebee's Ficmout
UajidjUiJ. wjLs.Qf coin candlelit.
Letter from Clyde.
CLYDE, March 13, 1867.
Dear Journal: The interest in the revivals
in progress here, continues unabated.
J. 3. Broadwell M. E. Church, and
W. E. Lyon Baptist Church, are both
holding meetings. There is preaching escl
fening and daily afternoon prayer meetings.
numbers have signified their desire to
with the church.
The citizens of Clyde are called upon to
in caucus on Saturday evening next,
(March 16lh,) to nomiuate candidates for
members of Board of Education for the Clyde
Schools. A geueral attendance is desired.
Several important question will be discussed
referring to our school management.
The Republican caucus for the nomination
candidates for the coming Township elee
tion, will be held at Esquire Zipcrnich's
at 3 P. M , on Saturday, March 23
Trade ia our village is rather quiet. The
has rendered the roads almost intoler
ably bad. Moving ia almost impossible. I
that large numbers of sheep and cattle,
however, are being shipped from tbe yards
Clyde offers superior advantages for man
ufacturing. Any person desiring to enter
the business of manufacturing, can hard
ly find a place which offrra a better oppor
tunity than ths.
Services daring Lent. Tbe services
during Lent at the Protestant Epitcopal
Church of this City will be held as follows
tlis week. Morning Prayer, every
Wednesday and Friday at 9. A. M. Seivice
Lecture every Wednesday evening at 7
Religious. The meetings at Winter's
Station, in the V. B. Church resulted in the
conversion of about one hundred people and
accession of about eighty-two to the
church, instead of one hundred and eighty
two s reported last week.
Dean's Woolen Factory is again in
working order. H ia adding new machinery
'he time, which greatly irrresses the
capacity of the mill for work.
Moore cVDean have nearly all tbe lum
en tbe ground for their new mill, and
only awaiting the arrival oi warm
weather to commence work.
The BallviUe Debating Clnb meets
every Saturdcy evening, and has proved a
grand success. The house is filled to over
flowing at every meeting. The disputants,
ihe la-t discussion, were Messrs. A.
Brown, Nesbil, W. A. Rice, S. K. Shoup,
Reynolds, John Speller and Henry Stahl.
paper called the Ballville Journal, wa
by Miss?cs Nettie Neason and Marjr
Colby. Everybody i interested in the
meetings, and they pass off pleasantly and
The Amerioan Conflict." We -are
indebted to the publishars, O. D. Case 4
for tbe second volume of Gbeklky's
American Conflict This completes tbe
In the two volumes we have not only
reliable ai-d comprehensive histoiy of the
rebellion from the commencement to
close, but likewise an exposition of the
cauwrs which led to it, showing tho drift and
progress of public opinion in the Uuited
States lesptctiDg the institution of slavery
tbe organization of tbe government lo
close of the late war.
In the volume before us the distinguished
author bas coafiued himself chiefly to s nar
ration of militaiy events, giving in conden
foim an intelligible and graphic account
what was done by our "boys in blue''
the beginning of the year 1861 to the
overthrow of ihe rebellion. Mr. Gbke
Lrr has arconiplithed this great work with
accustomed thoroughness, and in a man-
to elicit the warmrst commendation of
reading pul lie.
Tho New York World, although polit
ic illy hcstiletoMr. Gff.ei.vt, concedes that
work as an a tutor has been faitifully
done,and that bo is the "brst hiMnrian of th
The "'American Conflict" is published by
D. Cask t Co., Cleveland, O , and Hart
ford Conn., in two elegantly printed royaj
octavo volumes of between feven snd eight
hundred pages each. Every family, and
every student of American history should
If you want a switch go to Bbockway's.
Read Piatt's (rreefoand call and examine
Old Clothes. Are made new and bright
Charles Shade who has a room in Moore,
Yalletle and Rawsou's Block, second fl'or.
cant, be lieat in his line of businejh,
First in the Market Mr. Taylor, of
furm of Bristol and Taylor, is no- in
East purchasiug a spring stock of goods
which will arrive next week. Their Store
will be autply stocked with all varieties of
If you want a good set of curls g te
Bbockwat's. at the Croghan House.
Room, Room, Room. H.Munk, Post
office Building, has lately had great trov.b'e
finding: room for his customer. The fact
people in Sandusky County have foupd
that be U selling ready made clothing cheipei
than any other establishment in town.
The Place to go for Bargains, Her
mon, Smith V Wilson, at tbe well known
Store in Vallettes block, are selling goods at
remarkably low prices. They are preparing
put ia a bit! stock in tha early spring. If
you want bargaiua, Hcrmon. Smith fe Wil
son's is the place to gel them.
House and Lot for Sale. We call at
tention to the advertisement of 0. M. Fisher,
late ticket agent of the C. 4 T. Road, at this
place, of a House and lot for sale on tha
comer of Croghan and Warren Streets, thif
city. Any person wishing a desirable borne
will do wil to look at his place.
Old switches made n good as new at
Fruit Trees and Shrubs. We call th
attention of our readers to the advertisement
Mr. I. Day, in another column. All those
who are in want of fruit trees, ornamental
trees or shrubs will find him entirely reli
able and reasonable in his prices. W are
well acquainted with the prorogating estab
lishment for which Mr.eDay is agont and
know it to be fiit class.
Fremont Photograhje Studio. A. C.
Platt, suce-s to Blodgf it, Niins, Block
over Bmk of Freitwnt.
C. Plait ai old familiar nam?..
For years attend with Photographic fame
his many patrons sends bis greatest
Welcome to his stin-lit Hal! of meeting
AH the People.
fitiishishis Carles de Ts!i$,
a style surpassingly complete
Imparts a graceful face, a snften'd tone,
Tbe nameless "nfjlige" of Cartes alone
By his Artist taste
His tasteful Cvplti, speak a special shil),
From least, to fullest size of human fac;
Touch'd by tliecolorist creative will,
lends to every line a living grace
,' S'o perfect is his art.
The Beautiful Porcelain Plotttre so
lucli sdruirpi and sought after ijl ouj- east
ern cities by the lover of the fine arts, ean
bV'had neatly put up at Harris' Photograph
xiiiis in Bucklaad's m-w block epositc the
Cmt'linn llcmse. Frminiht Ohio.
Ladies Hair jutting latest style at Baock
wat's. ' ' ' '- '
Universal Tinkerer. Stewart, wko has
a shop on Croghan Street, opposite the En
gine House, is ' 'jack of all trades' 'and, for a
woLder, master of them, too. He does all
aoit of tinkering, from mending or malt ing
a wateh key to fitting up a locomotive Per
sons having broken locks, keys, shovels,
traps, guns, pistols, knives, forks, pipes, fid
dles, drums, wagon wheels, baby carriages,
or anything else to repair, ean have it done
neatly and well at bis shop. Try him.
Read Piatt's Grej.and call and examine
As ail the folks siy, it is very hard times.
That they have but very few dimes,
I do not intend yoar pockets to fleece,
Therefore, we ean tell you diahe and glass
ware, for a few dimes a piece.
E. B. Mooax Jk Bso. ;
Read Piatt' (?e(t')y,aod call and examine
Last Call. The bankrupt aale of boots
and nhoes will close in just ten days. All
persons wishing to buy good boots and shoe
at very low prices, must come immediately.
These good are all first-elass work, (no auc
tion goods, ) and are warranted to give satis
faction. Just look at th price. Gents'
fine calf boots, $5.00; Gents' fine kip toots,
$3.00; Boys' kip boots, $2.00; Ladies leath
er sheet, $1-25; Ladies gaiters, $155; Ladies
rubbers and sandals, 95c.; Misses gaiters,
$1,00; Gents' slippers, 75c; Children's shoes,
25c. to $1.00; and like prices throughoutthe
entire stock. Look well to your own inter
ests and supply yourselves while you cau
get them cheap. With many thank for your
liberal patronage we eff jr you the last op
portunity. Remember the sign, Bankrupt
Sale of Boots and Shoes, Deal's Block, corner
Front and Garrison Streets, Fremont, Ohio.
Read Plait' Greeting, and call and examine
Attentlonl to the new edvertifnent of
E. B.Moobb Bao. in another coiumn
The Moobe Bbgtbeb have been ia business
here for some time, and every body knows
that they are fully able to do what they
advertise to do. They have a good stock of
everything necessary for a table ontfit from
a salt sallar to a set of china wre, and Ibey
ell at easy nr'ces. Besides this branch of
trade they keep on hand the best Oroghao
Mills family flour and feed, ia soy quantity
wholesale and Telail. ' Try the-n and yon
will find them gentlemanly tradesmen and
fair and upright men.
Seven Young Ladies Lost W hen
last seen they were in a crowd at nam a
Photograph Rooms in buckland' new block
waiting their turn lobavetbeir Pbetogrspns
Horse Bills. Owner of horees will do
well to call at the J-Jurnal office this spring
when they desire to have bills printed, ss we
are prepared to get them up in the right
Snrely Wonders will Never Cease.
Dr. Agar the celebrated bealer has been in
our town s few days, causing great excite
ment by curing the people without tne use
of medicine. Tha Doctor has rooms al tne
Kessler Hotel, where be is daily v'sited by
crowds of persons of both sexes and all ages
seeking relief snd cure for their ills. He
cordially invites the poor or those not able
to pay to come and be healed without money
snd without price. This surely is a very
irenerous offer. We sdvise sll who are sick or
ailing with auy disease or complaint to give
the Doctor a call immediately. He will re
main during the month f Match. lOtf.
Beautiful Iuatruments. Go to tbe Mu
; and Jewelry Store of E. L. Caosa, and
see the nice 5-eetave Melodeoas at $75.00
Fob Sale Cheap. A good large double
Land Roller, suitable for rolling all kiuds of
plowed ground . It can be seen by calling at
he old Planing Mill Sash Factory East
side of river. 7ni3 N. Hatses.
Gbeat Redictiox is Paicaa,at St. Clair's
ninnb T. Y..mitman is closirK out his
stock of Fall and Winter Clothing at cost
Furnishine Goods, Hats, Caps and Trunks
always s good asiortment kept on baud and
sold at prices to suit customer.
Photography. Tne I'hotogiaph Rooms
in Backland'a new Block are in f ill aud suc
cessful operation, producing as fair toned
ntMnrMi fli Can ha made in Ohio. Trice
down. I will put up for you four card
pictures for $l,5'J and duplicates for 25 cents
each or $3.00 per dozen, and warrant tnem
satisfactory nd equal to the best that can
be made any where in Fressont or yon need
not accept them. Call and see, dont forget
the place. Buckland s new Block opposite
the Croghan Houae Fremont Ohio.
7-ltn. M. Habeis
Tn mnrl Ranids. Mich, en the 27th of
Jan. by Rev. H. Eldred Mr. Louis Uf-e to
... A . t n. t c..A.nnn ni,tv
HIES UALLV J. FLASKS oi
March 11th 1867, by Rev. H. Lang, at the
residenceof the bride's parents, Mr. Pbtib
of Fremont and Miss Mtba Leslie
March 7th 1867. at tbe residence of Mr,
Brightwell; by the Rev. Wykes, Mr. At
best J. Last to Miss uattie u.vfk "
On the 13th of March, at the residence of
thebride'a fa'her.by Itev. Fayette Shppnero,
Mr. Wabben G. Hafe-ibo of Pallville, with
Miss Ji-lia K. rt-BPLE, of Oherlin
n tb. 7t.h iits . bv John F. B.iumao,
.Tusiici of tbe Peace. Mr. John Kobe ATS of
Jacksun township to Mi Louisa Hitfoek,
of Sandusky township.
JOURNAL OFFICf , FKKMOST, 0-, I
Tbur.iay, Mar 14, 1867.
Wheat-No. 1, 20; No. a, $3 80; o.,tJ
Flonr 111 MgfiS SO V bbl.
forn-SV V buhsl for sh!M ; 60e. V busbel
a the ear.
Rye 75'Oc V busbel.
Oats Son. V bushel.
Back wheal (grain) 7c. V busbel.
Flax Seed 5J 00 T bushel.
Timothy ceu-J3 CO? WW bushel.
Clover Seed $' 001 0 V bushel.
Dressed Hons $7 6CS$S 90 V ewt.
Lard 10 1. V lb by the keg ; TJX?. Vlb at retsil
8mnh ail tnTeoats Rams. UjMSc T lb : Shoul
der, 12H5sloe. V lb ; Dried B-ef, . V ft
PoaltrF-TafMes, 1 00, $1 6012 00 spies.
Chickens, Kal5e. apiece, lire; re.sed,SWr.r lb
Batter 2032 Is- ft
Egg 1517e. V kti.
Clieeae-U216- ? ft
Potatoes 40370a ; baste 1.
Ontone 050c V buahel.
Green Apples-60(375e. V bn'nel.
Dried Apples 8:. V lb.
Beeswax-SOc. w lb.
Wool log.oSc v ft.
Salt Fin. V sa..-k,24 ; f bbl, S2 SO ; &?,
W bbl.. S3
' fnel Wood, V cord, S3 OPgf 00 ; Coal f 10 V
Coffee Kie, 2ti'c. V lb : Jm, baUe. V ft
Sngar Common, by tb. barrel, V H 10, Wy
Ue ; White, U&lde. V ft,.
Blce-llc t lb-
Mackerel-" 00 & $10 06 X bbl.; I T
Fremont Lime SOc ba.b.
Hay-So 00 0 00 WTun.
Mnple fsntjar 12H'.j:o
Fremont Lumber Market.
One loch and a qutrter
One Inch asd li '
One Inch Bed &ak,
- 18 OOf.M
. ifl 1 da
LADIES OF DELICATE CONSTITE-TION,
and aneerta'n health are atrenuoua'y d
viead throw aiife the nauoas and tuelcal prepara
tions with vtich Ibcy are. accnutomid to ding them
elves, and teat th hrgir, body-and-mind
trnghcnig vtrtuet of HoarTITxa's CxixaaATxn
Stoiach Brrrrxs (n sit tl-oeitnpUinli aad elaa
bilitle arising from rariou cans, they will And
thia cheering, refreshing and invigorating prepara
tion of extraordinary ntcicy. Its regulating prop
erties an wonderful, and a a remedy forthalan
gour, nausea, tremors, eonvu'iions, hysteria, Ac.
which often accompany the lerelopmedt of woman
hood, it has no equal among the prescription of th
faculty or adesitlwd medicine For the many dl-
trei ling f.eltngs which uaneriamd often follow th.
period of maternity, and also for the painful and
dangerou symptom which sometime accompany
"change of life," HoaTaTTsa' Btrrxxs are ear
nestly Keommended. No other retorattre seems
suit so well the constitution and the organize,
tk)B of the feebler aex. In all ease of Female De
bility where th-nt te a want of brisk vital action
th. BiTTxas prodaee a moat important change re
lieving lontweaknesa and re-establishing the gener
Dr. Scltenck'a Polmoule Syrup. Thl
great medicine cured Or. 1. n. Scazxcx, the Propri
etor, af Pulmonary Consumption, when It had arem
med It most formidable aspect, and when speedy
death appeared to be Inevitable, fit phjsieian pro
nounced hi ease incurable, when bs commenced the
use ef this simple botpowarfal remedy. Ilia health
restored In a veryahcrt time, anl no return of
the diseaee hae been apprehended, for all th. symp
toms quickly disappeared, andhia present weight is
more than tw. hundred pouau. -
Since his neorery, He ha devoted his attention ex-
chtsively to tbe cure af Conaamptnn, and th dis
ease whichare usually complicated with It, and fhe
cure effected by .hi medicine hate been very nu
merous ana1 truly Vutflerful.' Dr. Scbzxcz make
prof-nional visit to several of the larger oue
weekly, a her. he hasalhrg. concourse of patient,
and it 1 truly astonishing to see poor consumptive
that hare to be lifted eut of tbfir carriage, and
a few month healthy, rnboct person. Da.
SCHxicB'a- Puimanfc Ayr a, Setcltd Toxic, and
AfaaVf rWf. asi generally acquired in curing
Consumption. Ful. direction coompany each, so
that any en. ean take them withoit teeing Doctor
Schenck, but when it a canreaient iti brat to see
him. He glvet advice free, but far a thorough ex
amination whs) aii. Resplnaeer hla fee ia three dol
Sold by all Druggist and Dealers, prise 11,50 per
bottle, er T,S theBstfnos.n" AU lettenfot advice
should It-aiidreasert-taipr.Scheuck'a Principal OfBse
No. li North 6fn 3trect,-.Ibladc'Fhia, Fa
An Effectual Worm Medicine.
Brown') Vermifuge Comfits,
Oa Woks Loixxgks. Much sickness, undoubtedly.
withcbildren and adults, attributed tu other causes,
ocaaionedbyworma. The " VmaircGE CoxnTS,'
although effectual in destroying worm, can do no
possible injuryto the most deilceat child. Tcis ral-
s,bl6 eonibiaaticn has been aBcoeesfally used by phy
sicians, and found to besife and sure In eradicating
warm?, so bnrtfal to children.
Children having warns require iminsuiate at-
t!utiro,a neglect of the trouble often cansea pro-
Srmutonis of Warms in C.uilurcA ftreoften
overlooked. Worms in the stomach and boweiscauee
Irritation, which can be removed only by tbe use of a
ure remedy. The continuation oi lnrreulent need
in making ifra? rerswmya iomn.iw ia aucn a
tn the beet noestbl. elleet with safety.
CURTIS A BRli W N, Proprietors, New York. Sold
V. all Dealer in Medicine, at 24 eta a box !vlsntii
A. Diilju A 4eai S. BnekUui Seas, Altnlt
A CouglvA Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
Rxoriaxs' lnMKniATX aitkhtioji,
A.ND SHOULD HE CHKBKXD.
IX At-LIWHt TO COSTlJiTX,
Irritation ol the Lnnri, A
is orritx tbe bbstlt-
Bjcrrxa a direct ixvluxhcx to thb takts,
. OIVE IX1IATX BsXIKX, .
Par Rronchlilik Asthma, fatnrrb, Coa-
- . . miinplive aad Throat Dlaeaaea,
vxoenrs -abb csro w th alwav sood bcoceps
SINGERS AND TUBLIC SPEAKERS
will Bod 7VocAs useful in clearing th. voice when
taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the
throat after an unusual exertion of the voeal organ.
Th. Trockn are recommended and prescribed by
Physicians, and bar. testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country. Being an article af true
merit, and having prttheirefflcacy by a tt of
many years, acu year and them In new loca'.lities
in various part of th world, and tb. 7Veee are
universally pronounced be' ter than other article.
Ostaib o.ly "Baows s Bhoxcmiai. Taocuxa,"and
do not take any of the WortUtu ImUmtiimt thatmay
hjoffered. 8om EVxarwaixB. 48msarl
llostetter's Stomach Bitters.
' A Hundred Ol-ratives in One.
Not the Iraat striking merit of IIostetxk's Cexx
seated Bittkss I tte wide ser.p r or their ope ratirn
a a preventir. aad remedial preparation. Aa a yro
Uctif tudicixe they ward off all th diseases and
their nam h legion tkatorigiiiate ia unwholesome
ail, Impure watsr.exhauV.tng h-at, or otht-r local and
climatic esnae. lliia aloe, wc-uid te sufficient to
f cuie for any correctire and alterative medicine
world-wil. and aadylng eelebi Ity. But UoaTXTTEa'
Great Sri cfic has a hundred other cla'iiia to the
confi&nee and high oiuiJerationof the public.
drspepjia, liver complaint, chills aid fever, btlliou
remittent feveis, cholera morbus cramps, eollc, cou-
atipa'ist, gnerl debility, premature decay, 'ornate
irregularillaa.eoQstitntioaal weakn-ts, sea sickness,
diarrhea, dysentery, flatulency, vertigo, faintiig St,
hysterics, and all complaint rirocceding from imper
fct digestion, and a disordered condition of the Hrer
and bowels, Hcsrsma'a STOaucn Birrra are the
most powciful, speedy, harmlea an J agreeable of all
remedies iuvertisfd by tbe press or dmir,;s-e:ed in
A MODERN MIRACLE
Frcm old and young, from rich and poor, from
htxhboru and lowly, comes tbe LttiversaJ Voiceoi
SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER,
It is a nerfret and miraculous article. Cures bald
aes- Makes hair grow. A better dressing than any
cil or "pomatum."' Softens brash, dry ana wir
hair Into Beautiful Silken Tresses. Bat. ab-ive all
the greatest wonder i the rapidity with which it
r-stores liKAT ItAlIV IU 113 U.WISA1I wuvb-
le it a w times, and
Ihe whitest and worst lookinvhair resumes it youth
ful hnauty. It doe not dye the hair, but strike
at tb root nd fill, it; with new life and coloring mat
ter. It will not take a tufig disagreeable trial to
prore thetruth of tbis matter. The rt aonliej
tion will lo good; you wili see th. NATURAL COL
OR returning "venr iy. sou
BEKOKS TOf K.NO'.V IT.
the old, xray, discolored spfmarsnce oi tbe hair will
be gone giving plae lo lustrous, aaiuing and beau
Ask for Hall's Sicilian Hair R.newer: no other ar
ticle is at nr. lite itiieff-ct. r-u win una it
andSCRR TO DO YOU GOOD.
There are many imitations. Be ur you procure
tbe genuine, manutactureaoniy or
6 R.P.BAI LA CO.,iVaaia, JV. H.
Tor sale by all druggists. a3yl-J
AMERICAN LIFE DROPS,
For Ihe peiy cure of Dlp'.beria Cough, Colds,
linarfmese, nor. inront, f.:oikdui u uiuaiiau,,
and aH kindred complaints
Fur At rear baa tbis article been before the peo
ple, and the verdii-t raturnel from erery auarter, by
the consumers of th half million bjttlea that have
been sold within that time, i that
Read Ibe following which is only a specimen cf tbe
many letters w are daily receiving:
Cbi!i Seixxxs A Co. Sixs: No'.witbataudUg
my xenera' prejudice agiinst proprietary (or patent)
medicines, I was induced to buy two bittloa of the
AmerieM Life Drops, through the h'gh rec-irrimenda-tion
of them by a friend, as always curiog Diptheria,
Coughs, Co'.us. Sore Throat, Bronchitis, 4:c My ron,
siten year of g-, was t.kn suddenly 111 with
Diptheria and could sevrcely speak or swallow, hia
breathing waa ao bad. We wei. much alarmed but
d-eiiel to try Ihe Lire Drops, before cslling a physi
cian. By using the IVopa according to direc'ioa, he
was eoon reli-ved and th d:seire entirely broken u?.
1 1 t a friend eunering with Kh-uuiatUm bare qne of
the bottles. He fsjs the I.ife Dps give immediate
jeliaf, and ere th beat medicine he everuaed. A f.m
ily near him suffering from Cold anl Ulcerated Sore
Throat, used aome of hia, and waa curs' In a short
time. Since then I let my brr.tl.er, a physicitn, have
ptrt of mice, and wfth which he cured a bad case of
Diptheria. He is conitraiacd to acknowledge that
-Truly yours, A. B. ELDER."
The Life Drora ar- careiilly prepared bv
ORRIN SKINNEM A CO., UPrita'etora,
Springtel., Mas ,
And sola by all Drntglata
iisais Bakxks A wO., New York, Fi ilik, Pisco
A 'ctikB, Chicago, D-aorl Ag-nta.
vl4nlS to march 1 67 air.
giT A young h'Jv reluroinfr to ber
country boms, artera anjrarn of a few months In tbe
city, was hardly rtc 'gnisel br httr frteods. In place
of a 00 tree, rustic dished face, she hal a soft ruby
complexion if almost m.rble anioothne, and instead
of twenty-three she renlly app-areu Unt eighteen.
Upon Inquiry a. tq the cms. of so great a change, ths
plainly told them that she osd tbe Circassian
!$als$9 and conaidered it ap invaluable aeqtiaition
to any Lvi ' toilet, B;it usn any LaJy or 8 Jntie
man cq lmprore their pdrajnal afipi.icrane. an hnn
drediold. It la simple in its wrub'nstlou, asnature
herseli ia iloiple, yet an rpseed ia i'a etficacy ia
drawicgimpurities.from. also healing, cleansing and
beintifvicg the skin and complexion. By its direct
action on the cuticle it draw- from it all its impuri
ties, kindly boa Ing the uit,ut leaving the surface
aa nalura io-,.o.;."J it 4Uulu be, c'.esr, olt, auootb
and beautuul. I', ic? f I uo, j-t by Mail or xp-es,
an receipt qf u dfder W
r V I CLAHK ft CO, Chemls',
No 3 We.t '' j.et'.e St., Syracuse, si. Y-
Theonlv Amertcm Airec'tafu; tUemlj ii imubi.
rebrusry 14 2387 7rl
'free to Everybody.
A large 6 pp. circular, giving i&formatiun of the
grealsst importane to tbe roungof both aex-.
It teaches how the haine'y may became teauilful,
the cespiaed reip-cieu, asJ t ae forsaken ivred.
Vo yuuD4 iaa. or gentleman should fail to send
their Addrip. and receive a copv poalpaic, by return
malt:' AddNH P.O. Drawer. iU.
. Marek 1 ixsraa-a
OX THE CONDITIO OX THE
PHENIX INSURANCE CGMP'Y
OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, r 4
THE FIRST DAY OP i ANCART, ft,r.i
to the Auditor of Ohio, puraaaut to tbe tut
amount of It capital stock all paid
np u . i,nw,uoo oo
on hand, In bank and in tb. band'
agenta in courss of transmission ... Bi61j&54 2v
estate unincumbered (oAee IsifJd- v -
ln... - 104,964 M
beads and Block owaed by the torn-- -- - -
pany market value. 013.306 24
,oans on bonds and xtorteares .... 272.401 29
otherwise aecured loaaa oa de-
land . ..... SVSlaCS
for premium, nr., ntarln and in
other properly, including arerqed
luiereaz . ....... za.ioaau
Total AamU Ot the Company 11,860,644 U
m. LtAxiLmxa. '
Loues uWjasied ..- .... .. $118,363 75
The xreate st sutount insured in aey one riek 150.000
but w:U not a a general rule exceed $10,000.
he greatest amount allowed bv the rule to b. in
ia any on. city, town or vittage, and tbe great
est amount allowed to be insured in any oue block
general rute governed Of eucumstanc-.
Tne amount oi us eap.tai or earning deposited in
other State, as security for leas, therein
uepoait requ-rta in unto, mad. annually.
STATE OP NEW YORK,
COUXTT Or NW YOKE, i
Btr-ohen Crowell, President, aad Philander 8haw,
Secretary ot the Phsnix Insuraucs Company4 teiug
Trally sworn, depose and say, that th. toregolng la
full, tru. and correct tasement of the affair of aaid
Company, and that they are tb. abov. described offl-
rra tueieui. 1
3TKPHKS- CSOWKLL, Preaideai.
PHILANDER dHAW, tieeretary.
Sabseribed and sworn before me. tbis 2otA day of
sial TIIOM AS P. OWDRlcn,
rivE cijr STAB- Commissioner for Ohio,
- Ornoa or thb Acditob or Stats, )
CoixuBVB, Ohio, January 2i 1867 5 -It
is hereby eertlBed. that the foregoing hi enr-
copy of th. Statementof eond.tion of the Phenix
Inanrance tompany oi orooaiyn. imaaeio auu
a this omce, for th. year jsm.
Witneea my nana ana seal, ooiciany.
real l JAM. H. ii)BMA", Auditor of State.
J ax us WaiiAas, Chief Clerk.
CERTIFICATE i)F AUTRORUY.
iT.exp ire oa the Slat day of January, 1888.)
Ovvirx or thk ArniToao State. I
ku ranee Department, Columbua, O. Jan. ae, 18BT. J
W!,.r.:. Th PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
teested at Brooklyn in the State of New York, ha
in this omee a sworn atatement of M conditio,
ureqiriied by the grvt section of th. act Toregu
l.. In.nracra Comnfinirs not incorporated by tb
SUt. of Ohio," pasaed April 8, I860, and amended
February , ISol; and ti.e act "10 reguiaie Foreign
Insurance Companies," pasted April 8, 1858;
And, Wherrns, said uompany naa rcrnianea tne
nmLrmrocdsatit-JaetorT e'l-'etce that i I pocsefleed
at least One Haudred and fifty Tfeoaaf
and Dollars ol actual lata apiui, invest
ed at rtqu'red br said sett.; and whereas, aaid Com
pany bas Died in this c me- a written lnsiruaieut
under its corporato seal, timed by tbe President and
Secretary thereof, authoiiaing any agent er agent
sai i Company in thi S'ate to acknowledge Mr-
vice of proe-s., for ana in eriAU ot st(i uompany
accord leg lo uio m. vi ssiu act ui Aprti iw.
Now. tb rt'fore. in pursuance of the act atbreaid,
James H. Go-uian, Auditor of Stat, for Ohio do
hsreby certify that said Phenix Insurance Company
Brooklyn, N. Y., is authorised to transact the
business of Fir od Marine Insurance In tbi State
until th thirtj-8rt dav ot January, in th yar one
thousand etiht hundred at.d sixty-eight,
seal IB WiTsges WaxBirx, I have hereunto
subscribed my name and caused the seal of my office
be amxed the day ana year aoov. wnitea.
JAMES H. eOUM AN, Auditor of State
Jases Wiuiabs, Chief Clerk.
D. S. CAMFIELD, Ageot,
93.1 Fremont, Ohio.
Fluid Extract Buchu,
Is a certain cm for Jiseiees ot the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weaknesi, Female Com
plaints, General Debility,
and til disuses of th.
whether existing In
MALE OR FEMALE, .
from whatever cult, originating and no matter ot
HOW LONG STANDING,
Disease of the, organ require the use of s diu
retic. If no treatment i ub jiif.ed to, c jnanmpt ion
Insanity may ensne. Our 11 ah and blood are aap
ported trocn Ihes. sources, and tin Health and Hap
piness, and that of poa'erity, dtpenis upon th.
prompt use of a reliable remedy.
Hklmsols Extfa rr Bccuu, wtabliahed upward
18 year, prepared by
H. T. HELMBOLD, Drugtrist,
601 Broadway, New York, and
lu4 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
The Glory of flan la Streugtb-Therefor
the nervous and debilitated should immediately
19 HiLaaOLo a Axtkact Bcchu.
niauhosd and Tnolbful Vigor are re-
galned by UxLanoLD'a Kxtkact BrcHr. . -
--haltered t'outl(utiouss Restored by
HxLaaoui's ExraacT Brour.
Ileleub jli Extraet Bueisu and LxraivxD
Rosa Wash cures secietand deltc tt disorders in ail
their :ags, at little exp -us, little or no chug, in
diet, no inouvenieuetaa-i no ex.t'ja-t?.. Iti piei
ant in taste and odor, i-mmediat. in its action, and
free from all iitjurioaa proputie.
Match 1, 1887. vlD9yl.
AI THE WOXOEBKl'l SEVELATIOXS
MADE B T THK GHEA TASTR0LOG1ST
Madame H- A. Perrigo.
Sua reveala aocrets no mortal ever knew. Sh re
tores to htppine a those who, from doleful events,
catastrophea, crosses in lore, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, Ac , have become despondent.
She brings together those tong separated, givea in
formation eoscsrning arsnt friends or !t vois, re
store lost or stolen property, tells you the business
you are best qaaiiiied to par ae and ia what you will
be moatfu-.cusfui, causesspeady marriages and tells
you the very dayyouwillniarry.gire youth name,
iikeneas nd characteristic of the person. She read
your very thought, and by her almost anp-roalural
power unveil tne dirk and bt-Jdan mystoriea ol ih.
luture. From the etars we in th armament
th. realt&r atars that ovrrcom or predominate in the
configuration from tb. aspects aad positions of the
pi tne s and the fixed star in the heaven at th. time
ol birth, h. deduces the future destiny of man. Fail
not to commit th) greltest Aatrologist on arth. It
coa's you buta triA ?, and you may never again have
so favorable an opportunity, cbnauitatioaaee, with
Iikeneas and all desired iaformatiax f 1 00. Partis,
livina- at a distatc can . nault th. Madam, by mai:
with equal safety and satisfaction to thamaelvi., a
in person. A lau ana explicit enari, written out,
with all inauiriM an n sere i and licene. encloeed.
sent bv mail on rweelpt of pric. abov. meationad.
Th atricteat msi esv w.U bs inuatained, aula 1 00c
resno hienc returned or dwtroyrd. Keferenee of
. - . . , . : . 1 . v .i ; . 1
tne nuneas orjei iuiu -.-j .u.t ...... .. iutm
Writ, plainly the day of the month aad year in which
von were born, enclosing a .mill lock of hair.
kAArm.IL. MaDtXX H. A. PEHeUljO.
" P o. Drawer 93, BuiTilo, iV. Y.
rebrus-yl, i"7 Tjl. ......
EapeciaJly to the Sick.'
DOC'TJll E. JOUUIE MATTOCKS,
Eatte of NOW tort.
TO THECDRS OP CHRONIC DISEASES, of .v.ry
aim and nature. Dr. Mattock, for thirty
year, ha devoted hi whole attention, and haa ef
fected aome of the roost remarkable eure, in It'fT
ingOseiueu The system ia founded cn truth, dilfera
from all others, no experimenting, no making iek te
care, noaeeeption. no hambuz ana no poiaon usea,
all vegetable remedies that aid nature, give a ean
did opinion and effect permanent en res. We ask a
trial of our treatment before abandonisg all hop.
Hunlrsd- have been eared by thia treatment aftev
giving up to di.. W. invite invastigatioa. Nomat
terwbat your dieeaae is, e&Il; etxamin. for yoar-
elTen;it wuicoat aoimng.
DR. B. JOLLIB MATTOCKS,
can b. consulted at hiontceafoiIowatfor th year
.7 on. day every lour wees. :
FREMONT, O., Keaaler' Hotel, Mondays, Jaa,
14. Feb. 11. March 11. April 15. May 13.
CLYDE, O., American Eagle, Tuesdays, Jaa. 16,
Feb. li. March 12, April 18, May 14.
NOKWALK, O., Americsn Uotel. Wedneadaja,
Jan. lo. ( so. id, starch April 17, Har, IS.
OBERI.IS'.O., Traveler's Home, Thursdays, Jaa
17, Feb 14, March 14, April 18, May 18.
ELYRU, O , Beebe House, Fridava, Jan. 18, Feb
15,Rarchld, Vprill9, May 17-
RE.-lIDENCK,Clereiand, lot Eike Street, Satur.
aavs. Jan. it- rek. io, taareh IS, April 2t,ay is.
Call is ii e thera and get circulars, at
H.LU3HF.11VS HAT STORK
lin4a2 frtrmont, O.
SO AfW 1 A TEAU made by any on with fl
'JT) Steaeil Tool. Noerpe'rieaneeeeema
ry. ihe Pratident, Cashier. andTrea-rrersof thw.
rJuketniT thteir ealar. best m with aataplm.
Addrs-etk. Ataancta dtsaeu Tuol Works, tif.
STRUCK Oil. TW FREIilOJTT
East SM9 ofrthe Ri?er!
THB nudaralgned baa purchased tb. srell knew a
forirly npd hr JefM Tuitcit4iu1 ko bu a.t,rf
t& bauim tAd u now pr?rc ta4 nff
swatntjMa hi -
, THE TAXXIXG , LLVZ.
W1NTED-300 Cords of Bark
jar "(Ja'bhpa"id for nrm.gi
Tauaing done on Sh ares
Strict attention paid te
r ' - , '
j We solicit a share of aahli natronars, and wil
warraat.ur work atifetory.
W. D. iHEBWOOB.
Pramont,JUrUi t, MoA-lOrl. .....
S. W. HUBER, J. C. ROSEBAUQB.
Parlcrwid Chatuber Setti,
FarUyr, Cane and Wood 5ttf Chairs,
fSoVia, Tctea Teles, Lounges,
Esrietvaon, Ihmng and Breakfast TahU
Parlor Tables, Bible Standi,
Writing Desks, Wood Bracket,
Bureaus, WasAinij Stands,
Wardrobe, Otjioe Detks,
Offiet Chairs, Mirrors,
Spring Beds aatl Mat rassee,
Of all style aad priea.
W. uianufaetur all tha abov. to arder and Ao ra-
Baring in th. bast style.
. W.aoalltb. easiness ia tbenxfertasreglls and
risk's Patent netalle Bnrrial rase.
TURNING DONE TO ORDER.
Arch afreet, in the rsai of Hibbert' ne
To (et yowr Flesxv, Meal and Feud. .
GO TO THE
To get your grist ground, jour Wheat Cora aad
We have made rrral improvement the last ysar,
which enable aa te giv. a LA ROE YIELD aad
SOOD FLOCK, aad w. aaa salt tha custom trad, aa
well a any mill in th. aoawtry. But te asMmSdato
all, and give aatiafacttoa without delay, w will ex
change flour for wheat, giving tb all according t
quality of what brought. Farmers -riihlrir wwsl fWr
table-a, ean hare th.iroora bolted by briaginwa
bran-bag. W. grind Bnckwbsat Tuesday, aad
Fridays. . :
We ean nil western guar for $7, $10, and $11,Be
abrrrel,aud good winter wheat dour for $13,40.
Just remember the pine., th. steam mill, eornsr of
Water and ttarriaon streeta, opposite June's Foundry
where you can bar good Boar, buckwheat flonr. bol
ted meal and feed of all kind, ia qnaatitla to atit
purchasers. Cash paid for wheat, rye, eon A buck.
wneac fcAasuaAiU at utcra avsi
Fremont, O, Jaa. 26, 1887.
Furniture Ware Rooms.
C. W. TSCIIFMY,
TAKES steaaur in annouaeiag that k. has enlwru
d aad Imorovwd hi. Fumitur. Manufactory aad
w ars ttou. Kooma,situaua aa ta ornr 01
Front ant Garrison Streets,
Diroatly oppeevVT. Clap p' at to re, wh.rh. I. jre
pand to supply all In want of Furniture vita aa good
an artiela, and a CHE AP aa any otheresU.ltaanseat
la Saaduakj oouuty. Fla steak eoaaiata ef
Bureau. TaUi, Slandt, Chain. BedtUmdm
PARLOR FURNITURE, Bad la fact .very artsele. "
Furnitur. requisit. to bona, kaaping. All dswiK-
tioas s Furniture manufactured to erderaad WAR.
Call at sar War R 00 aaa.
I havatnst Milt a splendid BEABSE, aad Sm pre
pared to accomraar Funerals, furnishing COFFINS,
So-, in my Una. COFn always on hand, or a. ad.
te order tmmedtaUly, la save also mm hand
FISK"S PATENT METALIC BUBI
AL CASES. 1
Made of Imperishable materials, enameled iaaidn
aud out ts prevent mat, sad th. exteriof ba. a tn
Rosewood finish. When properly essaasted th. re
mains of th d -ceased nr. freo from lrruptica of wa
ter or tia degradation of varntin, aad may w itaoa
oaenaiva odor b. kapt as long aa desired, ton obvit
atlng th. necessity of hasty bun!. I save them 1 1
Fraaaeat.Jaa.lSM. C W. TftaJHEiTIV.
Howe Sewing Machine
EXCELS ALL OTHERS
In excell..., durability, beauty and flniah. Iti.
adapted ta all honaehold sewing, and ia tbe seat
manufaeturi.gMaehin.lttMi.taBr.. It i. perfectly
simple iu construction, andean be worked (by any
body. Thetitcheajuot beraveiledw is vrjry elaatio.
ud haa the same appearance aa bath ida.
ThuSewingMaehinaandsampiMof its workmaw
b. seen at th. room of the Agent,
IN ST. CLAIR BLOCK, FREMONT, O.
t7Hmming,Tueklng,Drasnd Cloak Makis
pone in th beet siyl. at th. Agent' room. (4aa3w
TO LOAN III
We are prepsrjj to loan
FLA X SEED
For Spring sowing and conirnct to
take the seed at market price, or make
a special price.
EOBERTS ii- SHELDON.
Fremont. Febrnary 22, 1SU7.
Home Insurance Co.,
OP NEW YOBK.
Ziilh tie-Annual Statement, thoicing the ron
JUion of the C'omfmy on Ae 1st
"day of July, i36C
Casai Capital, J, 000,000,00
A Terr iar(rs per treniT,! tan a.ma ol lil. Li-aipa-
ov eonaiet in Bond ad Kortgagtaand United State
'Thi Company by li efficient officer and iaa at
heme, and its sgsnt abroad, bsa buiit up aa orgaai.
xation ceri to ..a in th. Umiltd Stmt for raa
aABBErr and Rst.iasii.itt.
All person seeking Insurance ahculd rsaa.b.T
th Bom., ot New Ysrk.
tHAKLKS J. MARTIN ,iridxt,
A. F. WII.MAgTH,YlPrd..t.
Johx MoOsx, Secretary -1.
3. WAenamiv, Asst. Seve. .
iA-W. B. neLEElUAJt, Aftat,