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POST OFFICE HOURS. OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
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Mle arrive t- ti0..
Te BWUaTerfflo, rnii.eyi aarl Fridays at. 1 r. a.
T. Bleak Swamp, Batardaya, at
knllgloas mum tefolarly la th. follow
lag Casjaaes U thll eiky. T Sebbeth,
InMMn EriesorAi. Cawaos, eoraer Market
and Mala Streets; In. J. Wtbbb, Pastor, 10M A.
a, earfTP. st BnndaySchenlitta.w PreyerBtoe
tlag WeaVsday evening.
mmmui Caraea, earner Garrison aad lUia
BtiMtc Bee. K-ftraaamt, Paat.r; It a strand t
.a Sawony MhI at rJ m. Meetlag every wefreer
eeyewe..' ". .
St. PaWs (InsoerAt.) Cwvbc-b, Rev. a H. Yeeve,
Beeter, corner Kala and Coart Streets! 10X a. .,
aadTr-av etoa4ay Behead at S r. . Lectors every
Woitnoaiay oeowtag to th ohwTeh.
Bare Banns tarnea. Freer Street, aetweea Market
sat J aha Streets; Bee. J. B. Tmtnov, Pastor; 10H
A.Baadt f.- SedejSeheal . Piayw
BMUaf?r7 VadaawlayamlBf.. .
Lvraus CBTaca,aiM Oak aad Caart 8trata;
Mar.B.Lin.Paator; KX B,aa4 T r..
Bt. Jni (Oinout) Caraoa, Groffcaa Bt;
Ut. nun BowmMaator; ararr awralaf at I
'aleak! aa Saadaja aa raattrah at OblifaHoa, Low
Maai at I o'elaek a. . High at Solaau Kan at 10
'elock ., (la Wintarat UX;) Taaparaat aleak
t. aa eatWatl'y BaaHttttaa at t r. Baa
, day Beksol at Sr a. .
B. Am (Oatslm) Cauat a, Btata 8tnct, Bar. L.
t. D'Aact, Faatar; Tint Maai at t e'tfock, a. .;
Baaaad Blgk Maai at M o'.look, a. . ftwday Bohaal,
LAND FOR SALE.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
KHQUIU OF B. DlCDKBOir.
rrwomt, ayt. T, lMa-6tf.
tronit Aim LOTanaAkr a. C. WaeHat4.tlta-
JtL atad aa Clam BtraaC oa In-loti No. Ml sod
PiT Taiaw HanaL Baqaira of W. B. Aadrav at
tba eftea af taa L. B, b B-B-Oe.
fnaoat, uiit xo, lasj unra.
Hons and Xot for Sale.
T WILL off.r nr keaaa aad lot Cm aala, aitaated aa
I taa aoraar of Crefhaa aad WayaaBi
aain t r . b. w aiva. Mas w f imni.
Home and Lot for Sale,
VT1 tha PUnbytariaa Chuck. " Will ka nit
Xl akaaa tl aola vitala taa int Warn. Tit la
rrfco .Basali at tba Saoa 8 tort af UIBMAH
0 it appokita tba Cioghaa Hoaaa. tit
ACRES aflaad eaKaa Clara rirar Wiacoaala,
Jit a(ard at a rat baraaia for auh, or la ax-
(-a. : : : ' ..
House and Lot for Sale.
ANICXBZW BOUSE aa HapoUoa Btraat,irlth
ratlac, altaaaa, twa kadMeaMaa aaatry aa
luw, tkraa faod may ap -ataln, wall aad eiatera,
aaw iaaoa la f mat, gaad aldaaalk awd Sr aala cbaap
oa Ubaral am. Eaaalra at Haaar Baaitiangh'1
C.lrit laaa. (iSaU-) HCBKB.
r; -"- For Sale. .
AN1CB HBHBaad oaaakraaf Lwd, vttk fr.lt
traea aad aaaakldtata, la tba aity af FnaioBt,
T.ry chaap aad long tin lar paymat; alM aaoot
H af aa aera aa Wataratraat, ia Fraauat, aaitabla
for... aaaaafavtaiiag eMabllaaaMBt, aad Bear tha
bi'lnn portion o! town. JSnqolr. of D. L JUNB.
Fnaoat, Jaa U, 18S7r-tf
Farm for Sale.
mBE CKbEBSielTED alTan tor aala bit Farm, (It
X aaUd Is JfkiiDe toirnskip, Saadiukj eonnty, 0.
ight aillM aonthwaat of Fremoat, aad thna nilet
a.rtiiWMt of WiBter"! gtatlaa, aa tba Lata Eri. ft
Loatarilta Btilroad. It eoataiaa about tW aenaof
laad, tfty to aixty of which i. aadar good caluratioa,
tha balaaiia timber; a aow fnan kooaa, upward, of a
kaadrad athriagfratt Uuaa, twa wail, of aaru-faUiag
water, aad all ry auUdiaga. all aaw. For torma
aad etbaraartiealan Inqair. at th JnwW oflioe,
Fremont, or af N. H. BCM8BL BS.
Feb. B, Wo74mS. W lalar'i Btatioa t. O
f Farm for Sale.
IOFFERJar aala arf Fam of aoe hOBdred aad
aixty aeraa 140 earn of cleared laad, in a high
tetaof eoltiratiea.iae balaaee ia beery Uaiber
lying wiuin thirty reda of Fort Beaeu, and wiibta
tkrwe-foartiaof aaiUeaf a food Griet HU1 aad Sew
B11U There are ea the farm, two good Dwelling
Buona, Weak aad BnokaHoose. Caller ander the
whole; Cera Criba, Bera with Sbeda, two neverfeil
Inr Bpringe ene forth. Hoiue and one for the Bam
dpriiig. Hesae, Orchard of Mo 1, Grafted fruit,
each aa Applea, Coerrire, Peara, (tuinoei, Paeehee, to.
For particular! ae to terna, ate., oalloa or aderau
at Fort Seneca. FoetoaUe, Baaece eoaaty. CUio,
. . .ACOBPCLTZ.
Dec. T, ISM. a7pd .
Farm for Sale.
THE aadBraignedenera fornle k'.t fere), aitaated
ia BelhUie towaahip, Beadejby eoaaty, Ohio,
tour anlM eeotbweet of Freaiont oa tba Sandcciy
rirer, aonatinlcg at ecree of had amra er lewe, otu
&a aena ander a good eta'e of enltiration, 1 of it
riTor bottom and the bailee.. timber, ritueted oa
good roede, a OMafei table hoaas, fraeie bara, boggy
heaee, good cellar aadar the koaee,woed hoaaa aad
ether eat door beildinn, z good wel.'i at water end
eietera, aa oreherd of id large bearing apple trere of
eheiea frait; alee Bear, Beech, plum, cherry, end
other real Mr frqtt- Aleo a heaee well attueted for
ankiag yrae. For further Inforantiea enquire of
tea aMTiaaceej the pmciee..
(lSeef) JAMBS BUTT.
' HoneB for Sale. ,
fftBBEB good workBoreet fornle at a bemia aa
I M pnea aaaaayainia.. uaii on toe Tiea.nlga
i of Frearaat. .
fJTWO Hundred Thoaond Pipe Steree; Two Bun
I died Thoarand Bad at SUree; for which the
wheat awrket price. will kepeidlaeub, by
Freiaent, Dec. ft, lMd. lirJ .
"-For Sale Cheap.
A GOOD 'large doable Land Boiler, iniUWe for roll
VX tag all fcioda of plowed ground. It can be eeea
by calling et the old Planing Mill ft Sarh Factory
Eaat tide af rirer (7b3.) K. HATK8.
FOB belli! ing twa or three huadred rod. of
bard teaos, oa tha ttlean fane eoath of thlt
ei tf toll rprtag will te recetred at tha oflot of Boner
Ereret, ia the eity f Fremont.
- JAMBS K. 6LEXK.
By Cbabacb Imin, hia Agent. . . . (Mr. 2.)
SEALED PBOPOSALS will be reeelred up to April
let, 1887, by the Board of education of thii city,
for the baUding of two Bchool Boaata. Tbeplanend
apeeidatietts ol which oaa be .'a et the Teat Ofboe,
ee and after Tneaday, March 19th.
By order of the Board.
HKNHV I.K3HKR, BecreUry.
Freamt, Marah 13, 18711w.
1 to 6 Acre Lota -'
T good land with trait tren oa thea for ale. 1
aula aentk of Freaont. aear the rillare of Ball-
lie. The land ie well adapted tempee. frait. ear-
dening or farming. For p-ice end terme enquire
B. W. B
BlaoV Ash Shingles
T70B PALE, at reduced prioea. (1.2) per 1.009, and
JT tha kind eotd last yeer et ft (4, will be told at
POO. They ere bettered to be the bent end eheepeat
hinglw aow tn the market.
: B. W. B. VcLELLAK.
3T0K BAT SCALE, for ale cheap, iuat the fin
for farmera. Awe. a email Steam Engine, with
Boiieraud txtarre aitable for aawing wood, making
Borgbnm, tc. B. W. B. Mcl.ELLAM.
Fremoat. hlarch T, 1M7. lOmS.
LMV Cti.par Acre J$94 for 160 A.
Eac piece of Scrip la for 180 aeraa, and entitle! the
bolder to la acres af lead ia any State where there
oreCt.ciuujmt Landa, nrjeet to entry. We a!
aayendeell MillTlRT LxD Waaaanra For full
r,artleala,eni'lfrrv jRr Hlf.O Ppec.'
MB aorta free. Wm. K. PHKITOV,
be. 1 Lrmaa.e Block, Beer tbe Court Hcaw.
rrliaUal.) CLEVELAND, 0.
JAMSd i. BCitLRT of A.derwe, la the evenly of
Aabtatmlt acd State et Ohio, la notified t!t
Mer'-e N. Merley, did on tha 2Tth day of March, 187,
file her petlrloa In the oBI-e of the Clerk ei the Court
ofCrnen Pleas, within and for the coanty of fan
duf ky and State of Ohio, cbargtag tba aaid Jeiare S.
lierlef with willfsl abaenn far more this three
reare'lroia her, and with adultery with one Mation
kaoxen; alio with greet aefrlect of duty toward her,
aa 1 eating that aha may be dteerced from aid Jama
B. lieriey, and for the aunt of 7.00J alirooay, which
netitie wilt be far heerior at tbe aext Una of raid
Coart. MABI4 B. JfEBLKf .
J, M. Liner, Attorney.
March t 1T. low. .
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 186?.
Town and Country Matters.
a a a a , a . a
We now aentl oot the Journal witk the dat
te which the aubaertption haa been paid ad.
ded on the margin of tbe paper to the printed
addreaa of each aubacribir. By glance at
theee ignrv, erery one can tell hew hit ae.
count stands. Thui: Voa Smith IS My 85"
meant that John Smith hat paid hia tub
am ption up to the lSih ef September, 186.
Hereafter receipt! will be nnnicteaary, aa the
change in the date will beeqaiTiienttotuch
acknowledgment. Thit plan will prora
equallTad?autffeonate ua ind etmTenieot to
oor aubeeriheis. It will aara ua the troable
of keeping a separate book for aubseriptiona,
and will promptly indicate te eubecribera
the time when they ehenld make another
Fish. The fishing seaaon has began
thongh no aery extensire hauls have been
made yet. . i . T r j 1 f
Credit The Korwalk Brctor qaotea
from our Clyde correeponderitr and giree U
credit to the Clyde Ttmts. Pleaae correct.
Style. The e&e among the "fair aax"
hare put on the three story "ebignona" aad
now prevent a decidedly gothio appearance.
The Reading Room is open for the ate
of members. The Dailiee are placed on file
every day as eoon as tha mail is distributed.
Streets Cleaned. The "store chape"
displayed their muscle and broad cloth
yeatttrd'y, on tbe streets, and "upon honor
they did a fair job.
Whittakor Bar. The "tog" went down
the river to Whittaker Bar, last Saturday, to
take soundings. The Bar has not filled up
at all daring the winter.
Sown with the Shwds. The ' sbeda"
are going down, on "Broadway." Perry
Close has cleared his away and others are
following suit Go ahead, gentleicari!
Loading The "tug" took the' schooner
.'Root" down to Mueealunge to load, oa
Tuesday. She take oa a cargo of hub tim
ber for the Sandusky manufactories.
Feasts and Fasts. Palm Sunday oc
curs thit year ea April 14th; Good Friday,
April 19; Easter Sunday, April 81; Aeeea-
sion Day, May 30; Whit Sunday, Jons IS.
Quiet. The election on Monday waa an
anally quiet ' The having four polla in
stead of one scattered the warlike force ao
that there were ae heedt broken so ftr aa we
Mansfield. Onr readers will remember
that the citisena of Mansfield had, lately, a
thorengh cleaning oat of the law breakers in
that eity. The reports show s largely in
creased Republican majority.
Letters. We received, too late for pub
lication this week, ' excellent letters from
Bellevoe end Kantaa. All lengthy com
munications ought to reach ns by Tuesday
neon, at latest, to seen re an insertion tbe ear
Thnnka. The Fremont Lodge, No. 78.
I. O. O. T., hereby return thanka to . L.
Caess for tbe use of an excellant melodaon
on the evening of their reunion. '.' !
" By order of the Lodge.
W. H. AsDaews, W. R. 8.
The Trade seems to tend towards broad
State Street this Spring. . The new stores ia
Fabing's Block are all having a good open
ing trade, and the prospect is fair that
WiMvoiti, Basis and Ssksmax h Co.
will do a heavy business tbe coming sea
son. : 1 " ' - ' ' '
We are under obligations tn Messrs. T.
Wilcox andOaiiH Seltkt for the Election
Returns from Townsend; to J. W. GoensoK,
Eeq.,frr the retun t from Belle vue; to S. H.
RtKSBuiiG, Etq., from Jackson; to I. ri.
Sloccm, from Scott; and to Oapt. 3. M.
Lixmon, from Green Creek.
The Friends of the Library Assoeatioa
both ladies and gentlemen are invited to
meet at the new Readino Room in Buck
land's new Block on Friday evening, for a
business and tceial neetiug. Let every
body turn out and see what has already been
done and talk over plans for the future.
Forty-Eight Snows. Some ene who
has kept a rrcord, states' there have beet
forty -eight snows during the present winter.
Allowing that orb. time snow has fallen te
the depth of three inches (which we believe
to be below the avenge) and there haa
fallen during tbe winter twelve feet of snow.
Under Orders. Capt. Jesse Chafcx has
received hie Comtntseion s 2nd Lieut-of the
13th IT. S- I., and orders to report to the
Commander of the Post at Newport, Ky.,
for duty, and leaves Monday for the South.
He will probably be kept on detached ser
vice in Kentucky for some time at "least.
Wherever he goes he is sure to (pake boats
ef frienda. '
Historical Sermon. Rev. Mr.BcsasciL
itaving completed ten years Ministerial
labor as Pastor 6f the Presbyterian Chnrch
of thit city, propones to preach on. Sabbath
morning, April 7th,a historical diseeuree, ex.
hibtting such points in the history of the
Congregation for term of his connection with
it, as may be thought interesting and profit
able. : i ? -J
A Lectuerer from Abroad. Mote
Sbaw Loo, a nativeof Maulnuun, Birmah,
lectured oti Thursday evening last at the
Presbyterian Church, on manners and cus
toms, in India. The lecture . was very en
tertaining and instructive. The Lecturer is a
graduate of tbe Cleveland Medical- College
and speaks the English language correctly
and fluently. He is now on his way west
ward for a short lecturing tour after which
he will return to hisnatire country.
Missing Man. The Clerelaad LeaoVr
of last Saturday has the following item:
"About a week agoa man named T. J. Dan-
lap, left bis home in t reraont, late m the
evening, without informing hia wife of his
intended absence. the woman became
alarmed, a days passed and be did not re
turn. Learning incidentally that he came
to this city, sbe followed Dim. and waa here
on Saturday, endeavoring to gain tome
knowledge ol him. lie about ttiirty yean
of age, tall, well proportioned , dark com
plexion, chin whiskers, and wrsrs inufT col
ored do thing."
Green Creek. The talk of making the
Sandusky river useful and profitable by
turning it into the old river bed and setting
it to work at manufacturing, has revived the
old plan of bringing Green Creek here,
which was in a fair way to be carried out
when the war began. We hope that the
enterprising men oa the other side of the
river wi 1 canvass 'the matter thoroughly .and
carry out the project if it looks practical. A
good water power would make a city on the
other side of the river in short notice.
The Water Power. Now that the
work of election i over we hope tbat the in
terested parti and every man who owns a
dolhr's worth of propjrty in the county is
intere.tud will ertVet some sort of ohoak
cation and make careful estimates of the
cost of the projfcUd WAira Powas, baed
npon a turfey. Unle. iu.'n who are familar
with su h matter are greatly uiU'aken we
eanuot afford to leVthie prise alipthrcngh
onr finger. And if we are ever to have the
WATta 1'owk we mast move sow. James
Moore aud M-iurc'attd I -an M piepariDg to
improve their privilege- and df lay will add
fifty per cni. to llw rt of the enterprise.
There certainly sh'itild he a tiyiraugb. cao
vaS ef the miter sow.
- Examination la tha Publio Schools,
Presentations, eVo. The annual Public
Examinations ia the Union Schools passed
eft? very eatiafaetorlf. ekaring on Friday of
last week.'- f "riti.
Some fifteen classes from the Grammar
and High Schools in the common branches,
the natural seieeees, the higher Mathematics
sad the Languages were examined at the
High School roomJ ' ' 1
The promptness of recitation, the thorengh
system ef Aaalyaia aad Parsing, the illustra
tions and experiments in Philosophy and
Chemistry, the rapidity and aeearaey of
Mathematical calculations beta Arithmetical
and Algebraic, meats! sad written, the
proficiency exhibited by classes in the Lads
Grammar tad Reader, in Caesar and Cicero,
sad the general character of the examinations,
were certainly very creditable to pupils sad
teachers and showed tbat bar schools In the
scholarship ef pupils if net in school build
ing convenience will compare favorably with
ether schools la the State. The classes in
the Grammar school sustained .themselves
admirably, and indiaated that tbey have in
Mr. Qina aa excellent and thorough teacher.
Pareats who attended theee examinations:
will generally be surprised at tbe profie-
ytgey exhibited1 by their owe children. . 7
A srowded house was in attendance upon
the Rhetorical exercises Fridsy evening.
At the elate of the exercises the pupils ef
the High School presented to the principal,
Wm, Wallace Roas,a beautiful Silver Pitch
er, and to the assistant, Mite Esther L. Otis,
aa elegant Writing Desk, ths valedictory
and presentation address being delivered by
Wm. Kridler. Mr. Rem returned hit thankt
in aa appropriate speech, which we will
print next week. . ' -
Ths exercises of the evening, consisting ef
essays, rehearaali and a paper, instrumental
and vocal musife, passed off very pleasantly.
It is thought a the jghole that the twe
terms that have juat closed will rank among
the most profitable and prosperous In the
history of the' schools for some yeara, Many
of the decUr&tionabds, rehearsals exhibited
fiat speaking ability, but we hare not time
to particularize. - The want of a suitable Hall
in connection with the school building for
holding tueh exercises waa very apparent.
It is contemplated te aupply thit want in
the erection of the new school bailding, we
The Grand Tournament. The details
for the Tournament to be held in Jane are
all arranged and the committee have issued
invitation! to the Brass sad String Bands
and. Glee Clubs ef Ohio, te be present and
participate ia the trial. The principal Mu
sicians sad Band Leaden ef the State have
given s cordial approval to .the plan, and
there ia he doubt tbat we shall have here
the Gbassbst McsieAl Coktcst ever held in
the west. The prices offered are the very
finest thateould be procured, all the ieetrn
ments being made at the celebrated manu
factory of Hau, ek QctusT, Boston, Mass.
The com mittee offer three prises for Bra-
Bands. . ; ;-
First Priae, a pvre Cola .Silver' Cornet
worth $300. ' . :
Second Priae, a beautiful Silver 'Cornet
worth $300. "
Third Price, a brass Cornet worth $100.
The prise for the beet String Bands is s
8ilver Orchestra Cornet, worth $73.
The prise for the Glee Club is a 8 il ver Gob .
let richly chased worth $73.
The first day . will be devoted to receiving
the competing Bands and Clubs, and ths
organisation for the trial for prises. -
The contest for the 8tring Bands and Glee
Club prises, wil take place-at -Mammoth
Hall, in Fabing A Heim'e new block, in ths
evening. , ' . -;
Ths trial of ths Brass Bands will be held
en the new Fair Granada and will begin at
10 o 'elock A. M. . Every arrangement will
be made to secure a fair and impartial 4rial
Competent Mnaicians from abroad will set
Our eitisen have taken hold of the matter
with a right good will, and a sum which
will nearly cover tbe expenses of preparation
haa been already pledged. ' Entertainment
will he provided for all toe competitors for
prises while they remain in the city, and the
leading Railroads will issue half fart tickets.
The Tenrnsuient will be held on Tuesday
and Wednesday, the 11th and 12th of -June.
The New Sohool House The draft
of ths School Building, to be erected on the
North end of our present High Schoo 1 lot,
may be seen at the Post Office. The plan
seems to he s good one snd the bailding
when fisiihed will doubtless make a lespeet
able appearance. - We think, however that a
remodelling ef the old building would here
made a finer building aad secured the same
room with ths same outlay of money aad the
prospect of much lew future outlay la the
way of repairs. . If the present plan is
carried out we shall have one small but res
pectable school house," and one" which is
neither handsome without nor ot renient
within and twe buildings to keep in repair.
. , Q.awia- ' '.'
A "Oreaf Poisle The following pr.a
zle, published several years ago has been re
vived by one of onr eotemporaries. The
pusile fa: ' ' -
If the B mtput:
If tbe B. putting:
It the grate be empty put coal on; '
' If the grate be full atop putting coal ea. '
We add the following, enggested by "a
friend in tbe country:"
i i ,, , If the B O eared by s derr I
f ; J- How can 1 put : T
If the grate be secured by a high.fsndar' ,.
TTaa nmm 1 " ' - ' J r -
Our Timber. .Ths fSandueky ;-msnutasr
turert boaat that their treed choppera cut
timber fer their manufactories .within sound
ef onr eity, snd if the boast is not true it is
very hear truth.' A better plan won IS be to
nse all onr materia herey increase our pdpu
lation, by giving more workirlgmen employ,
meet, and our capital by the profits o the
articlea maaufaelured. We can manufacture
our timber1 here cheaper than il can "he done
in Sandusky, and can sell at the same 'rales.
A little capital', backed! by enterprise will
atop this exportation of timber, which i enght
to feed and eprjeh. p instead of.. Sandusky.
Mowing. The moving popqUtirrn tif the
city are in a hnbbnlr, preparing for tbe aa
naal smigratioa, sad where te move (o, is the
question. Honsse with ; reasonable rent are
as . scarce as hen's teeth.. Xoue can be had
fer "love ' er money .M If a vgcant' home
is heard of the owner' or agent is straight
way beset by fifty heads' of famlHes,,'eH
after a hovse.1 Some patriotic citizen ought
to build some neat, cheap, dwelling houses,
which can be rented at from $1.00 to $150
per year.: 8nch a tari wild be a"pnblie
benefactor. . ; vrr?:r yrW'i
What we Want --If the rush for "houses
to rent" is one of the "signs f the times,"
we want, in this tows, a. good somber of
houses, small, neat and comlbrtsble, but
cheaply built, lhat will rent and pay St $100
to $150 per year. ' If any body knows bow
to build such bouses, he will make a good
little fortune by going about it. High rents
are very unpopular thie aprir g and are likely
to be, for some time, and nebedy teems snx
ious te buy. v Where is ths man or aea who
can prs'vide honee to rent'fo man of moder
ate income. '-
What may be Expeoted this month.
April is set down ty the poete ss the
month of "emilee end tears; but poetry
say nothing of the practical fact that it ts
also ths month xjf ' bilious ' disease. The
blood which has been, tnickened through
the winter new begins to tell on the system
in as nriplea$tnt manner and Katre deitiands
relief. Dr Xi Jollie Mattocks who has
made (hi cl5 of disease the enpecial study'
of s long life, will visit Fremont on the 15th
day of April 186?, where he ceabewsrsulted
the Keis'.er H'ut. 14 t
Rail Road Aooldant. Saturday after
noon while the wood train was about switch
ing off at the east sad of town, tbe eabooee
flew the track sad rolled over against the
bank, owing to the bad stats ef repair tbs
road hi in, earning tome detention to other
trains, slightly bruising and terribly scaring
the "Fenians," wbertupon they pitched into
the boss, Mr. York, and the engineer, Mr.
Queen, with stones, cutting s hole in the
Utters head and otherwise hurting him badly,
causing them both to run fur their lives.
A man found on the traok' About sa
hour after ths eastern bound paseenger train
left here tn the evening, a man was found on
the track one mile' and a half weet ' of this
place, perfectly Insensible, his bead fearfully
cut and lacerated. He waa brought to town
for aid and care ind waa recognized aa Mr.
Steven Doraey of Tiffin City who is subject
to oeesasional fits of Insanity, and as wss
afterward ascertained from his friends, had
eluded their most vigilant care and watch
fulness, jumped on the cars while ander mo
tion st Tiffin snd got on the train et Clyde
for Cleveland snd is supposed to here jump
ed off where found.
' Later. Mr. Dossier died about eight
o'clock on the evening of the Snd. His body
waa escorted to the depot on the following
morning by the Masonic Fraternity, some
of whom eeeompssied the remains to Tiffin
to attend the funeral
The Exhibition. The exhibition of the
High 8chool en Friday evening last was quits
s success. There wss s full house snd quite
sa s mount waa realised for the apparatus
fund. The audience seemed well pleased
with the exercises snd indeed tbe scholars
performed their part! very creditably. The
tendency wat to the Theatrical thanks to
the example of our yonog snd aspiring eity
neighbor whose "Monumentals" and 'Excel
siors' have been cultivating a taste to thia
direction. These efforts at acting were rather
too ambitions for s school exhibitiou,perhaps
sod marry of the audience would have pre
ferred to hear the young ladies and gentlemen
express their own ideas en the living topics
ef the day, so thst some estimate might be
made of their ability and training, but o"r
school only followed the current fashion of
the day in this matter.
Wanted. Rolleraville stands very much
in need of a good cooper. Such a tradesman
who could do first class work would find an
opening here worth consideration.
Change. J. W. Hutobimsos, has sold his
house and two lots to David Plants, of
Ball villa. Mr. ' Punts we understand It a
boot and thoe maker. ' This is just what we
need here snd s good work mm will find
enough to do. -
A New Shop. Thos. Dtslaf will soon
have a blacksmith shop in operation. V.
Hrsirrs haa had one here the paat year but
there it more work then he could do. Both
men are first class workmen snd now far
mers will not have to make their second trip
for s small job of .work ss they have done
Spring. Stern March has given way te
April snd mild weather aud wo now look for
liveic r tiroesi The time ia now close at hand
for ths farmer to begin his Spring's work of
preparing the suil for the Bummer's crop,
snd the farmers were never iu better spirits.
After the half aud quarter crops of late
years, tbe prospect is now fair that t full
harvest will be brought at next &1L
i a,ai . r
iSleotion. Although tht roads are Im
passible, or next to impassible, the voters of
this (Scott) township turned out almost
equal to a State . ejection. The Democrats
have had the majority, aud the Republicans
thinking ths township election .of but, little
importance, failed to nominate s ticket for
two yeara back. But now they are fortun
ately roused up from this ridiculous leth
argy ' and have elected a sound t'ntoa ticket
by a good majority.
Ladies Repository. This excellent
religious snd family msgasine has an inci
ting lint of cod tents esch month, and a num
ber of excellent engravings. It ia one of
the best family mngszines of Us kind puh
' The L aws of Xife for April has an article
from tbe pen of Rev. Dr. James 0. Jackson,
entitled "The Philosophy of Drunkenness,''
In which the temperance question is treated
ia quite an uuusual and original manner.
DrunkenBffsa ia regarded as a disease, snd its
eanse are traced far back of those convivial
habits which we. are accustomed to consider
the first steps on the road which leads to the
gutter and the drunkard's grave.
The progress which intemperance, with its
untold evils, is making in our country, it
alarming ths fears snd arousing the beet ener
gies of Christian and philanthropic men and
women everywhere; and since the agencies
heretofore relied upon to arrest snd subdue
this monster, have in a deplorable measure
failed of success, we commend the Doctor's
viw. to the serious consideration of all this
e'ass of persona.
Thia number of the"Lawt" contains various
other interesting communications. For speci
men copies, addrrta F. Wilson Hcan A Co.,
Ova Homk, Danaville, Livingston Co., If. T.
: Baok-Bone .Photographed trim the
Scepel, By F. H. Dixon, II. D. Author of
Scenes in the practice of a New York Sur
' ' This interesting volume is made up. of
selections from Dixon't " Scalpel," which
was at first issued quarterly but was finally
disejntinued at s regular publication, and
now appears only whea the leisure of the au
thor permits. These essays were writen amidst
the cares of an arduous and hamutsiag prac
tice but are full of vigor, satire and instruc
tion and wi I well repay a eaieful aud
tiqughtful reading. The facts have been
gathered during a long practice among all
classes ef people and all the various phases
of .life have contributed to illustrate the
kuthor's idea. The language used is always
good, strong English, the .scenes from life
are graphically, described and the incident)
all of which are real snd many of them affect
ing and pathe'ic, are actual "Scenes from the
praeticeof a ew York Surgoon.'The book i,
oneof extraordinary interest, is well bound
and neatly printed ond contains a handsome
photographic likeness of the author. .
The price isl ,50, handsomely bound in
cloth and it will be sent free of postage to
any address on receipt of tbe price. R.M.
Dewitt. Publisher, Ne 13 Frankfort 8t. New
, Rumors of a Usand MAsorasACE tube held
in May, at Fabing's Mammoth Hall, for the
benefit of the Library Association, are in
circulation. Study up your costumes.
Job Printing. Sale bills, home bills,
circulars, posters, programmes and all kinds
of plain and fancy job printing done at the
- Barbering. Eotice is hereby given
thatS. 0. Dean haa removed his shop to the
East side of ths Bridge, where he is pre
pared to do all kind ef barber's work in the
latest My lee. Shop open at all times.
A Good Thing. W. M. Davis, Co. of
73 River St. Cleveland, have made a good
hit by bottling pure eider for the market.
They are just beginuiug to introduce it to the
trade. The article is crtainly a superior
one for family usa, is well kept, and neatly
snd securely put up, so tbat It can be. pre
sertvd any lergth of time. Ordr may be
add related aa shuee.
United States Internal Hewenne In
come Tax for 1866 and Spsolal Tax
tor 1867. Every person engaged or engag
ing is business requiring a Government Li-
sen ae is bylaw required to make applica
tion therefor on or before, the 1st day ef
April of each year. ; Aay person failing to
comply with this Isw is liable to a penalty
for doing business withont License. Ths
lsw also requires sll parsons te make return
of their Income without regard te ths smoant
thereof, on or before the 1st day of April of
each year. Any persou neglecting to do to ,
Is liable to be Assessed snd s penalty added.
J will receive returns and applications at
my office until April loth, 1867. Persons
then in default miy expect the penalty to be j
enforced. Office over Garvin A Co.s' Store,
Corner Front sod Croghso Streets.
. Assistant Assessor,
- Fremont April 1st 1867, 1st District 9th,
Division of Chlo. ' i- ;
Funttnre at low rates snd well made, ess
be had st Hesse and RosRSAuaa's.
A Better Feeling. There la decidedly
a better feeling among our merchants. I.
P. Sherwood of Cleveland it doing sn Im
mense trade for the season. Keeping s
buyer in the Eastern markets, enables him
to purchase large lots of goods below their
valu. He has just made a large purchase of
Hamilton and Manchester Oassimers and
Coatings which he is retti'iug 75c sad $1,00.
He is selling elegant Doublet French Cass
imertat $125, goods worth $3,00. He has
purchased fren the agents of Groas, Odier,
Romains, and Co. their stock of good w de
French prints which he retails at 25e. --
' --ai a
If yon want a switch go to Bbocewat's.
Educate for Business. Bookkeeping,
Penmanship, Oommereisl Lsw, Commereial
Arithmetic, Political Economy, Elocution
and Telegraphing are thoroughly taught by
experienced Instructors at the Adrian Busi
ness College and Telegraphic Institute. Dr.
Maban, President of Adrian College is en
gaged to deliver a full course of lectures on
Political Economy, Tuition is nearly one
half leu than in the large? cities and the ad
vantages sre verv superior,
For circular address the President. .
A. 0. Parsons, A. M.
13. m 1. - 1 ' AdrisnMich,
Furnish your houses with good chain
aid tables from Huber and Rosebaugh's
- , f mm - -r- -
If you nisy wish an easy shave,
As good as barber ever gave,
Just call at my Shaving Saloon, '.
At morn, at eve, or busy news.
I cut and dress the hair with grace, , t
To anit the contour of the face.
My room is neat and towels clean. .
Scissors sharp and Razors keen,
And every thing I think you'll find.
To suit the place snd please the mind.
AH my art and skill can do,
IfyoaHjosteall I'll do for yon. '
'" ' M. Bbocbway.
Old switches made
Bsocswat's . ,
ss good sa aew
If yon wish to rent s house,
If you wish to buy or sell a horse,
If you wish to recover anything lost.
If you wish to obtain a place, .
If you wish to fiud an owner for anything
found, -' i '' ' ' : " 1
If you wish to obtain a hired girl or msn,
If you wish to borrow capital,
If you wish to sell a house or farm, . -If
you have any thing for sale, '
try en advertisement iu the Columns of the
Journal, and, you will fiud it will pay. .
Huber and Bosebangh make the best
funittire yon can find in the town or State
and aell it cheap. Try them. '
Unsurpassed Enterprise. It haa' been
s subject of those engaged in business ed
ucalion, and indeed among business men
geuerally, how and why, the Business Col
leges st Hillsdale, Mich., snd Oberlin, Ohio,
meet with such witxampltd success. The
truth is and we commend their example to
onr advertisers the energetic and justly pop.
alar proprietors of these Institution do ali
they advertise. They don't - believe that
blowing" and deception ' pay. Thia ac
count, for a success unparalleled in the history
of Business Colleges. 11 ml,
' If you want s good set of carls
Bbocewat's, at the Croghan House.
Charles Shade returns thanka to hit
customers for their liberal patronage aad
announces to the public generally that be
has every facilty ' necessary for clxakks
esTs' clotutko in the best manner, at, his
room, in Moons fc Valletta's Block, second
floor. He alto attends to Dtii.no Gems'
OioTHrVQ. Silk, woolen or half woolen goods
of every description dyed at short notice aad
perfect satisfaction given. 11-w.S.
Call at Warren & Go's if you want nice
fresh groceries of all kinds they sell cheap
A Terrible Acoident Three respect
able ladies were run over one day last , week
Front Street in Fremont by an immense
crowd rushing to Harris' Photograph Rooms
in Bucklsnd's new block to gst photographs
taken. The ladies were soon picked ap,
found uninjured, snd the dust being broshed
from the ir clothes they made their way forth
with to tbe fame rooms enquiring if it
would be possible to get their Photos taken.
Ladies Hair cutting.latest styles at Baocz-
at's. : : -i: ' ' if.
' Beautiful' Engravings. Lovers of
beautifnl pictures, will find two very elegant
steel engravings at Caoss', Jewklbi Sturs,
"Irviug and bis Friends' and "Literary Men
and Women of America." ' Tbe first is too
well known to need any praise, the other it
the finest steel plate engraving we have ever
seen and contains life like portraits of ali the
Literary celebrities ef America Call and
see them. '. " ' " " , r ..','
Land, Land, We call the attention of
ear readers te the advertisement of Govern
ment land set apart for educational purpos
e. Wm. E. Preston, publisher of the-dry
JJerM is agent. Full particulars will be
given on application" to him at No. 1 Ly"
man's Block, t Clevelaud, phio.
Wanted. An agent in every town in th
United Stale to ell the best variety of
Cloth t a Wringers in the world. Prices
varying from $6,31 te $P2,00 with wooder
iron frame, with or without cog-wheels
For Circulars and terms, epplv to Hawcs A
LveAS, 87 Carnhill and 15 court Street
Boston. . P?w3
" Rice keeps tbe ball rolling. They have
received their stcjnd S ock of Spring
Goods and are selling them at astonishing
low prices. Those in want of goods should
not fail to call and see them for they will se
more goods for lees money than any other
house in the place.
Croquet. This new acd fascinating
Game is much played in the Eastern States
but hat not been introduced here. We
understand Warren it Co. have a few setts
on hand for sale. Now ladies take the field
when fine weather comes snd don't get blu
moulded by staying ia the house.
Spring Wheat for Sale. -Moore A Dean
have just received 150 bushels of Spring
Wheat, "r'lUsh. tby will sell f seed. . En
quire of E. B. Moore .Bro.'s Crockery
Store, Fremont, or at Moore t Dean's Mill,
Balmy Spring has come and every body
bfa'uis to think of a spring suit. II. Mesa,
in the PvtOrH re building, has the bes
stock vf rloUdnfr in town and 'rll nt the
(jheapeH rates.'" lVit .b.iy tlswhcre until
Jiu hive called uii hiiu.
LetUr Heeds. Every - bssineea inias
should bars his card printed on ths head ef
hia letter paper. We havs nsw type for let
ter head printing. Try us.
- Cards. If yon want business eardi print
ed, don't go te New York for them antil
yon have given a home office a fair trial.
Ws hsve some beautiful new card type and
can do eona woax in that line.
Sabbath School Books. Holden, Clarke
A Wilson, Cleveland, O., have s very large
snd choice assortment ef everything needed
for Sabbath Schoela. The publications ef
sll Evangelical Soeieties, may be had on tha
same terms as at the houses ef publication-
They supply schools with music books St
FttoUMie Prices. Whsn libraries are want
ed they offer the largest discount, and will
tend more books than are wanted, and sneh
as are not accepted may be returned. They
spare no pains to accommodate tod satisfy
their customers. . i
Send for catalogue ef New Books.
Holses, Class s A Wilsos.
108 Monument Square,966 Superior Street
In Clyde, Sandusky County, March 36,
Mr. HtsAH Qilsost, of Fremont, sad LetriSA
Rosms, of Olyde.
March !3th, 167, by Rev. H. Lanr, Mr.
Elias Babiok and Miss Satan Ott, both of
Is Piqua, O.jat tbe residence of the bride's
father, on the 27iilt, by Rev. D. Sheperd-
son, Mr. Oslis Htaaasr, of Fremont,.. with
Mist JSlisa Kcttbb, ef riqua..
At ths residence of her son, B. Y. Royee,
in Townsend, March 81st, 1667, Mrs. Pollt
Rotcb, whose age Waa ah jut eighty yeara.
Mrs. Royee waa a lady of fair talent hav
ing a more perfect physical organization
than is often met with in the human family.
'A sound mind In s sound body" was her
inheritance. She formerly resided in Tomp
kins Co., N. Y., but came to Ohio in 1836,
and after raising a family of nine children ,
passed on to old age with a mnsieal voice
and conversational powers little impaired, an
til about the first of March, 1S67, when a
paralytic atroke signaled her departure; aft
er which she lingered until the 31 tt insU,
whea she passed awsy, leaving many youtrg
aa well ss old friends to ebanah her mere
JOCBNAL OPnCX, FBBatONT. O. I
ThnrileT, April t, 1SSJ.
Wheat No. I, tf SO ; Ko. J, tf so ; Ne. t, tf
l-iOBir iU 60$1S WWkbL
Corn 70e Wbo.h.l for h!M ; Me. T bathe
Btneeer. .. . . , ,
Rye TSdVSo. baeael. ... , ..' .
Oats 4Je. W hash!.
Buckwheat (train) Tee. W bubal.. ,.
Flax Seea-tf 00 W bnaaeL .
Tlaaethv Heea-tf Ga2 eOTooehel.
Glower See4-7 00T Tt T baehel., .
Prseeed Haaw-ST Hall Tf W ewt. .
tVarar-lOs. n ky the keg ; UHe. w at retail.
Smoked neste HaajvUXoU.W ft; ghest-
dere, 10s. IS ; Dried BeefOe. W Tb. , t.j
Peallry-Tarkies, fl so, ft Mat 09 saieoa
Chicane, HajUe. aeieee, lire ; sieaeaa, SJle. W ft.
Baiter tiO02ia. W ft :
EgBS loftlTe. T ara
. Ctaeeee 1621a.WB.
Petatoea-SOTOe. W bashel."
Oaloae-t0o.e basket. ' : '"
Oreea ArPlee MTS. W barbel. '' '' ", '
Dried Applet ). Vft . , '',
. Beeewax-ase. w ft. "' ''"
Wool 16&6e.wn. ';'"'.
Salt rtne, W aaek, 2s ; W eel., tf 60 ; Cee-n,
reel-Weed, V eorl, tf 00M Of Goal $10 W
Taa delivered. - -, .
Coffee Rio, segtfe. W ft Jars, 40te. W ft
Sag sur Cobbuw, by the barrel, V ft, te, ViX
SJUe; White, 16le.a ft. i
Bice lie. V tb.
fflaekerel eoe$lo osw H bk.: tf M
ATreasoat lilne S0e bond.
Hay 00I9 00 W Ton.
Fremont Lumber Market.
One Inch and a half,
One Inch and a quarter
One loch and - -
(2 " :
1 . .
One Inch Bed Oak,
ropier, . -
Black Walnut, .
Pine, clear. : . -do
- M t do .
. : 14 00
' 22 SO
- so ajar e WW
Fremont For Market.
Mists ..s4 69.69
No. 1, Coon. ........ . Tee
Black Sinnrs 60e
fun Oat ......
Sr. Schenck'i XkXandrahe Pills
A Substitute for Calomel.
Theee Fill! are compose! ef various roots, taring
ths power to relax the seeretioBaef the lirer at prompt
ly aad effectually aeb'.es pill oraMreory, andwitboat
prodaei. r any of tboetdisagreeable or dangeroae of-
feet, which often follow the one of the latter. -
In all bilions disorder! theee Pills may be need with
aosAdraee, a. (hej promote tha discharge of rltiated
bll', and reatefe those obstraction! from the ttrer sad
biliary dneta, which are the ranee of Mltlone affrc
ticsa in geaeral.
Stni'n.'x'a MasbkaK Tni eore Sick Heedaahe,
and all disorder! of the Liver, indicated by tallow
akia, coated tongue, ceriveBeas, drowaineu, and
aeBoral feel IBS of weariness and leasitade, showing
that the liver la ia a taipid w obatnioted eoeditioa
la short, these Pills may be ased with ad ran tags in
all eaaes whea a pergatlae or aitaretiT. medieiao Is
reqaiied. : ' y
- Pleeae obserre, when punhasiag,'that the two Kke-
nesaea of the Doctor, one whea in the last stage of
Consumption, and the other aa he aow Is, In serfeet
health areoa theGoverameat stamp. ' "
Sold by ail Drargiita aad Dealers. Price ts cents
per box. Principal Office, No. It North ft h Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. . ...
Oeneral Wholesale Ageatat Demai Barnes at Cu X
T. B. 8. Banco, Baltimera, ltd.; John D. Parke, Cia.
eianaU, Ohio; Walker k Taylar, Chicag9, IU.; Ooiline
Bros., St. Louis, Bo. tijl 1st w evy mo.
Aa Effectual Worts Medicine,
Brown's Vermifage C'omfils,
Oa Woe Loasirvsa. Muck aiekaeaa, aadeabtediy,
with children aad adalta, attribatad te other eanaet,
la oocasioned by worma. The VsHairres OosrrrrS,'
slthsngh effectual ia destroying worma, eaa do ae
possible injury to the roost deUeeat child. This ral-
aableeoniMnetinB kueeeBeaeeeasmlry osedby phy
eiciaua,and fonad to besare and mxir Ineradicatinf
worms, so hartfn to children. 1
Chlldrea hevlug worms require immediate at
tention, aa ttegieH of the trnable often caasee pro
piyniBfema af Wertna la t'hlldrea are oftea
overlooked. Worme io tbe stcmaeh and bowelseeuae
irntatiun, wbieh can be remoTed only by tbe nee of a
lure remedy. The combination of isaredieato need
in making Brews'! Vtrmsng CtmfUf ie sack ai
to tire the beet poestble eneet with aafetr.
CURTIS BROWN, Proprietors. New fork, gold
by all Dealere ia Medicines, at tt eta a bos pclylsms
E.DUUu 4- ioaaaW S. Buckltni tf im, Agtnii
far Smitduikf Cnlf.
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
Bsqctaxs Ihbkpiatx attiktio.,
axe BBort.o ss chkssid.
I T I.LOWXn TO OOXTmCB,
Irritation of the Lings, A
is orris: raw arm r-
BRONCHI Ala TROCHES
Barrvi a Diaae ixncncs to vsb risTs,
OITB lBHIUiaTS BSLnir,
For Bronchitis, Aethma, faiarrh, Cei
enmpcire aad Threat Dlseaeea,
TSOCXBS ABS CB W.VB ALWATB OOOB SDOtlSta
SINGERS AND PUBLIO SPEAKERS
will Sad TVecaea aaefsl In clearing tha voice whea
takes befere SI nilng or Speaking, and relieriDg the
throat after aa anmual exertion of the vocal ergsoa.
The Tyeekc! are recommended and preserlbsd by
Phyaldaas, and bars tentimoaialafrm eminent men
throughout the country. Beiag an article of tree
merit, aad baring sreeed thaire&cacy by a lest of
many years, eat'a year Baas thsta in new locallitiei
ia rax Ions parte of the world, and the TVeraee are
anlremally preneanced better thaa other articles.
OBTata only "Bsows's Baoscaiat. TaorRKS,snd
do set take any ef tha IforthUm huttim that may
be of .red. 8eio rrksrvBaaa. 44otr
Fremont For Market. New Advertisements.
JOS. OILLOirS STEEL PENS,
er m out stasdasd qeaurr. t
J'ISEPR Our Deecrtptire
fetaa Bssti , QILLOTTa i Fsbm and Dealg-
.! I w ABBAXran t aatlagNambea.
The well keen oaiotirat sad rorsua Nambera,
803 i04 170 331,
arlag been asaatned by ether Haksbi, we ceil ret.
aaatlea the pnblie In reeMet to eaid lmitatlens.
A8K FOR GILLOTT'S
e'- e i . -'
0 AtmOB I An IrJaacUea wavcraatod by the Be-
rreme Ccnrt (New fork) atOeaeral Term, Jsamary,
MT, agalast the aw by others ef ths Number SOS.
job. oatOTT . so,
Jfo. tl John Street, New Tors.
Hbxst Own, Sole Ageot.
M by SO taohes. aald only by anats at 14 TS,
we fire, expense paid, for twa yeara, 1 SS) te Hocus
Hoks," a popular, aad tee beat Aamiry MealAJ
la tbe oeantry.
3r1l1Ill'U k mi
SM Broadway, New York.
US ARCTIC FREEZER.
New iBrwoTsisvTS von 1SST. 9 ilea 1 to SS
Bead far Iiast rated Circular.
- B. 8 k J.TOBRKT,
T2 Maidea Laae, New York.
"t 1 TELLS FATKNT self-feeding clrcnlar hand saw
f for aawing er ripplag lumber. With the aid
ef thia saaehiBe ese mas aees the work ef Sre with
ease, great aeearaey, and mnoh leas waste. Fire atr
ealar eacloae itamp to T.J. Wslls, II Beekmaa St,
RTICIAL LEGS AND, ARMa
The best the World afftrde. - Kstabliihea St yeara.
Send for Circular. WM.8BLPBO it SON, .
lie. '10 Broadway, New Terk,
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
H. W. JOHNS'
Has beea in nse 10 rears, aad kaa alerter sale thaa
all other, ktB-fe of Composition iot&ag eombtned.
ELASTIC XIXKRAL CKUEX1,
For rfTsiiipjr leaky rhinrle and other roofs.
rreeerratire patnta, roofing, cement, c Bxclaarre
right to sell and apply tbse materials will be gteea
to reaponalbia and eaergeti parties. Send for de
eeriptire circular, nrieea, Ac , te -
a. w . rivonn, n 11 1 iam et, ji. x.
.The Metropolitan Collar,
' j . j SOLD BT
A. T. ST WAR T C- Co
hrtwjt Chamber h Rcd Street., S. T.
North American 1 Steam$li3p Co.
OPPOSITION L15E TO
Cauforsia, via. Nicaragua,
EVERY S BAYS, WITH "
PutMtnger, Frtlght, and U. S. Mailt.
OH TRK roU.prrlKO IS ST -CLASS fTCAlrSBm:
Coa'tg oa PaelSe o-eaa.
Santiago nc CtA,
. Mosks Tatlob,
San FrascIsco.. ; ,
raeetABe and Freight al Red need R art re.
; SAILISO DAYS FROM KBIT TORS.
January 10 and go, lSoT. 1 April St. !.
renrnaryzo : i Mar m ami au -
Hank 10 and 80, June lh..... -
Snd Beery twenty days thereafter, leariaicea the
Saturday prerloaa when a Begniar Sailing Day eemea
On Scnday. Kor farther information epplr ts tee
H. WEBB Pre. I Sen U
at Exchange Place, If. T.
D, 5. CABBINGT05, Aceal,
. 17' West cor. rTarrea, N. T.
BIAea,. and other splendid gifts (not braes)
rasK to ALU.' No Bleak", no hnmbag. A gift for
BTSBTBODT. Sd two ItsmBS to mSANaEB.
Hinsdale, . fL; j' ' 5 - - ...
WT ANTED AGEiirS-75 TO
II tJOO per. month, ererywhere, male aud female
to Introduce throaahont tho United 8 tales, tba
Sbwcibb laraorao Uobko Skvbb raati.v aawiro
MAcmi.ts. This machine will attteb, hem, foil, task.
Sunt, nine, braia evu eraorotaer. ziie price tt ealy
I S OS Pall werieated for Sre years. STe will car
fl.OOOMreny mecoin. that will aew a atronger.
more beantiful, or more olestie seam thaa oars. It
makes the "Mastic Leek St itch." Beery aeeoad
atitch eaa be ent, and still the eletk eanaet be soil
ed apart withe at tearing il. -Ws payairenta from
7e to S 200 per month an 1 expens3a, ere commlaaioa
from wnicn twieeinst amount eaa do maae.
Addrenv . .. 8BOOMB 00, iileeeiund, Ohio.
CACTION. De not b Imposed upon by ether psr-
ne. penning oi wvruiiee. ci-iron aracninea, sneer
the same same er otherwise- Our! is the only aa.
sine and nelly practical cheap machine aunsiac
larea. - " " -
FROM-OR- jIUTO $30
per day. eaa easily be made tbe rear
round without risk, in a new Dullness, light pleas
ant and honorable, and no competition. ood ener
getic agents (Ladies end Gentlemen) are wonted to
represent ia ererr City and Coanty, a rare chaace
to make monej and permanent employment ia-ef-feredto
erer, peraoa barings few hours daly to
p- 'o.ionnerpariiantar! pieaea-eaii oa er ac
O. W JACK-ION k CO, 11 Sooth St., Baltimore
1 nn F0R A BRICK MACHINE,
limpte Slf 0 with tempering bos aad
Warranted Ut make la.000 brloka pr day.
of a mperior quality. Addrers FRY 4 SHECKLEK,
Kil RE PILE CI RE.
Dr tjilNvrV HI lo-trnrcent, for th
rmdictl ear f piisw, prolapsua. ie, with
out a oiwratioa or mediciD, reliene
the worst ctm in A rninate?. and hsa mr
frfailed t3ef?actpra.eUinteiir. BBd
Agnt Vftncrd rvht.ro. 8nt by
mail ob receipt of 4. J B. RovAiirm,
jf.attgsjrtoio aroaavar. naw lor.
ONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED
The True remtdy at last uiscorered. trpham'a
froth Meat Cure, rresared from the formal! of
Prof Tron&iteau of Parte, cures Consumption. Luna
riftee4ep. BroBcbitie, Dyspepsia, Ma-ajjmu. Gen
eral D-biiity. and all morbid conditions of the sys
tem depend on eeleieaey ef vital toroa. It is pleas
ant to taste, and B-rirtue aa the great healing rem
edy of the age. it a bottle, er S bottle! for tt. Beet
brExorees. Sold by 3 C. CTHAU. No. SS gonlh
Eighth Street, Philadelphia, and principal Druggists,
circular seal tree.
Neither wealthreOnemeat, station, or condition
are exempt. Tbe rntlotoken, i-r .males' Friend, ex
arenlr forthe benefit of femaleo sutfeiinr from hrs-
teria, nausea, nerrou. irritability, distreeeirgappre
henalons, aad all those troublesome complaint! that
Invite orematnre ei old age, and render life mieara-
ble. DecriptiT natnpblet eent ea receipt ef postage
HAHRAL, B13LEY Co,
141 Cbam-ierBtreet, Hew Terk
R ISLET'S BUCHO ia tbe ecu fr pais aad
weiakaesa in the back and loioa; and all thore
eemplaiati resulting from derangement of the kid
neya!nd arinary organs. . Pohi. in Ibk'S a-trtas by
tbe drof ruts L ntnuu., mL. I , uo
' i Wholesale Druggieta, 111 Chamber St, N.
WANTED SALESMEN, to sell
an article dvatrable at erarr Pe4 honia. Mra
r GleariBjt froni jJ laO to par moTitJ.. For fa r-
U7 partiraiarti addr. aa C.T. fc-ATisdos, Iraftoa, O.
AGENTS WANTED, i
.O NUAP J NO WATER ! ! NO SLOP
Brown s Glass Oieantug rolieh, patented Octo-
10, 1S0&. for cksaioa.aod polishing windowa.
mirrors, gold, !ilver-plated ware, brass, copper, tin,
ad. A nee Invention of the greatest practical
worth, oonranience and ecjnomr. indispensable to
ail priiata aeaaa keepeta, kotet keeper!, store keep
era. Sc. Large discount to the trade. Kor full
partteulara addreaa. '' C.M.BROWN,
74 Bleckeritreet,N I
.f rii-. i'l T -: ' .!
T ADIES,diicarl injurious paddings.
JaLiMnelaBrie Jaiwel'e Maamtrtal rinrasaad
Paleut Breast Jbaerntov .ui7eleee thefeim
pbyiio'ogieally. Depit, , Canal St-eet, N. I
send itamp for T.-ti'i i Sold by Utuggiebi.
WHAT will it d.3? is tL first inquiry
the sick make' concerning a medicine, sop
pee! TaBaAM'9 3ai.T!fcS e rBaixr ia the auhjectof
the interrogatory, what tbet r Sia,?ly thie r- ply.
It wiil relieve !u! cor! aeacafihe, nsu-wa, fl .tuleace,
-nenr7outn'ra.enari.tnf m, i'.ebility, bilionHBeea, and
indigestion. Sold by Draigi.l! everywhere.
mo CoYsUMPTlVi-You will
J. get tbe rec-ipe for a anre cure for Cougba,
Colds, CoB'amption, and all lung eompltinta, by
aend ngto D. Ann?, No. SSI Pirl St-eet,Yew York.
He ec o-l. It tree. ' Write for it. tt hie eurreJ tbo'a
anda. WANTED-Aoekts-IOjOOO ageuts,
male and female; a month mtde by ac
lire aad eaergetie agents, veiling six new and useful
lorentione, all houaeuoid articlea eaeiiT carried. Ad
dress Cssbbt k Eckbax, ClereltBd, O.
iiVOID THE QUACKS.
If you are. sneering from tbe etfecti of Youthful
InderetioaeBil hare bemtaal Weakness, Emueione,
ko I wiil send you, frte of cke-s-e, Information
which if followed will cure joi without the aid et
medeinea. A dree! -
B.EKKY AHUKN, Statioa D. New York.
itcht rrcH! ttch:
SCRATCH I HCltATCMI SCRATCH I
WH EATON'S OINTMENT
Wilt cure tlie Itch 1m 43 Iloatet
Alfoenr.! SALT RHEUM, TJLCK.R8, CHILBLAINS
and l.l KBCPTlONSOFTHErlKlN. Price to cents.
For ealeibr all druagls'.a. By aendicg 60 oti to
WEISS a'BOTTEB, Sole Agents 170 rVashiagtea
street, Boeton, It will be forwarded by luail tree of
aoatege.to any part of he tatted Stataa.
DS. J BBYAN.CON8ri.TINO PHYSICIAN,
R19 BaOADwax. Saw Yeas.
' KPSCI ALTBKATMKNT in all oases of Semin
al, Beiual, Crinary aodrroas ill wee, ia asaie er
ieinale . - -
AuvicK Fake and eai-rupondenoe sTkictlt toars
osxruu, , . j c co tlonjy
BLANXB of aTI kinds for aaleaud printed to erdar
at tae YRKklOST JOCnKALOPriCB,
I I MOORE & B 0.
CUIXA A1VD GLASS1RE
LAMPS, &C, fcO.,
Aai b Good Supply of OIL.
Come ia snd exaealne ear stock: arH yon
will Sad the
I maaetlM vUh tha arvart, tra wW tall tha wall
Croghan Mills Fionr.
Meal, Feed and Bran,
WUOLESAI.T? A! HETAI1V
O ou't forget lie Place
Valletta, Sleore & RavMa Block.
E. B. MOOSE &. BRO.
Fkbhobt, March 15. 1367 llyl.
C. U. WIDSWORTU'S
Are at No. 6, Fabing's) 1fw
Block, State Street.
C. M. WADSW0RTR
JrtmnttX, MarrX 1, 18f 7. 9rel.
5 4 tt
- o . . s
Call In to ee then! eaa get drealara,at a
H-LESHEK'S HAT 8TORE.
loadml Fremont, O.
Howe Sewing Jfacliine
. KXOELS Alt OTHEKS .
IB excelleaee, durability, beauty and Sniebv It Is
adapted toall honsehold sewiag. and is the beet
BuaBfaetariBg BtaebiBe iaexietenoe. It i! perfectly
simple ia eonetructioB, aad can be worked (by eny
body. The otiteh cannot be ravelled, ia very elastic,
end haa the same appeerenee oa both aides.
Thia Sewing Machine aad saaplee of ita work may
be eeea at the rooms of ths Agest,
IS ST. CLAIR BLOCK, mEMONT, O.
BfEemrjlng, Tucking, Drees aad Cloak ktakles
peneiathe best style at the Agent'a rooms. 4m
CAST 8LEKL moaMe, bsrdeBod and adapted te
twe or three noriee. Warrauted te be the beat
aad eheeaeat Steel Mow. la the eoaatry. Uea't foi
get the place. D. JCNB e Ce's feaadry.
Fremont, March, , TtoT.-lOmz'.
Good Chanoe to Make Money
DBAS '.' a7d Pstrnt Paim 6aU, patented Pebm
t ary iotb, 17 , ie tbe eiieapeet aad asoat dura
ble farm Oat! ia the country. Not area aa mach aa
hinge il re-iulred. Townahlp. Oimnty aad State
Right, for aala eaeap. Agent! wasted In every State
.1 a the tnloa. who willxt ceive 60 per eent ei ail sales
let psrtscalars address,
P. HA.UB. raaeotee.
Marsh IS, 157.-Weie r re meat, Okie.
sT vsaw j -m ear, m vv
STRUGS OIL IN FREMONT
East Side of the Riycr!
TH& iarai(iiaa mxm pTkitaftapd tu vail knave
formerly owned by Je.se Vaaneea,aad he has ea large
ale same aao is aow prepared to dee sang
THE TAA'XIXO LLVB.
WAXTED-SCO Cords of Bart
3T CAJSa PAID FOR UIDK8.
Tanning done on Share
Strict attee Una peld te
TJ TOM WOKK.
WeeoIIrit a .Hare ef pablle sairoccge, aad wll
warraatoar work aatiefactorr.
W. . IHEBWwOB.
Prement.ll arch 9, 18o. 19rl.
. W. HUBgR,
V aasfactarers aad dealer! ia all kleda ef
Parlor uid Chamber Set?,
i'arlcr, (.ant ami Wood Stat Chatrt,
Sofas, Tetca Tttts, Louttgts,
i-rientien. Dining and Briakfad TbUe-J
Parlor TaUtt, Bibit Stand,
Writing Desks, Wood BratlcMr,
Bureaus, Washing Stands,
rVordroJs, (ffict Desks,
fcs Chairs, Mirrr$,
Spr.Bg Beds and Matrasses,
. Of aii ityice ssd price.
We manufacture a'! the above to order and do re-
Bering tn the boatetyle.
We do all the business ia the aadertakiBg Use aa
are agents fox
flak's laes aelalle Barrial Case.
TUEXING DOSE TO 0RDES.
Arch street, la the rear of Bibbert'i sew block.
OO TO RSI
To get your Tloax, Meal aad Feed.
SO TO TEB
Te get your grist ground, you Waeet Cora aad
We hare made aereral iarnrov am ate the lest rear.
which enables sa te give a LAB6B YIELD and
OOOO I LOUR, aad we eaa suit the eaatom trade aa
wail as any mill la the eoaatry. Bat te aecomedate
all, aad gie aexmtaetloa without delay, we will ez
ehaaee Soar for wheat, giving te ail aocoraiag te
quality of wheat bronght. Parmera wishing meal foe
table-sea, eaa bare tleiroora boitedhy bringing a
bran-bag. we grind Buckwheat Taeedaya snd
We eaa sell western Soar for ST. SIS. aadiriAa
akrrreLand good winder wheat Soar for $la,eO.
Jaet rexasaiber the place, the ateam ra1!!, corner of
Water and Garriaoa atreela,oppoaite Jnea Feadry
where yoa can buy good Soar, baekwheet Sonr, bol
ted meal aad feed of all kinds, la quantities te salt
p:rrehae; a. Cask paid for wheat, rye, e-ra St back.
waees. vawsibijU taAsjkaLAJi .
Furniture Ware Rooms.
C. W. TSCHI7MY,
rLBVES Bleaaare ia aaaoaaeiBg that he kaa aauwrg
ed aad intorrrved hia PBrBitare Manufactory sad
w are atoase, Aooma,minatea uia, eoraer oi
Front and Garrison Streets.
Oireotly oepoetteT. CUnn'jSlere, where he ts are
pared to supply all b waat ef Parnltare with as gew
a. article, aad aa CHBAP as uy ether establishment
la Saadeaky eoaaty. eTUitoekeoestatoef
Bureatu, Tablet, Stands, Choirs, Bt&Umdw
PA7LOB PTBNITUBB, and la fact ererr article a
furniture reqniaite te koase keeping. All eeearM
tlon.of Pmraitaxe BaaoaJastared to order end w AB
BA STUD. . . , .
Call at my -ware) BstoBaa.
fhMl.eulH.ntuMrfaviMr- ... .
pared toaeaoaaaey Pnaerara, famishing COPTOTS,
as., 1 a my line. COPf lid alwaya en hand, cr made
te order Immediately, In bare also ea hand
FISH'S PATENT METALIC BURI
AL CASES. .,
MAdeef Imserlskakle materials, saameled Inside
sad oatto prevent met, end the exterior k aSaa
BOMWOoo sniaa. w nen propery cemeaten tne re
saalBS ef the dieeaead an free from irruption ef wa
ter er the depredationa of vermin, and may withoa
odeaavee odor be kept ae loag aa desired, ths s ebrtt
atlnf the 1 1 1 ml ty of baaty kxeriala. lhAvetaeaae
Fraxsoet.Jaa.liee. C XT. TSCHTMY.
A Clance to Make Money.
A Few and Important Invtztio.
Improvement ia Shovel Plowa.
The sederahrned ha raeently reeelred a patent for
aa Invpertaat ImereremeBt la Shovel Plewe ea Im
pmortnnent which practical Parmers and Mechanics
who hare examtB-d it, proBonaee ef the greareat
btl'ilry end la bow ready te durpeeo of Stete aad
-Coanty Bigh'i oa liberal terma. ...
J For fa ther pertieaiaia aa te the lnveatiaa aad
terms of territorial rights, address, . -. ,.
... 3. W. JACKSON,
BallrlUe, Saadaaky Coaatr, Ohio.
BaUvllle, Mareb a, ISnT. BknS.
THE proprietor of thU aettoll.hmenteSetifriT sals
thla earing a very fine collection ef Fruit and
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs. c et lew price. Theee
trees hare beea i-mwn with great care and cannot
fell to give eatiifsetloa. Tbe Evergreea Tree, are ee
pecially one. Bering beea transplanted, sheared aad
pruned, they-are bow exactly right erpisetiBgBB
yards, lawns. Ac. There are thonnade of tbem oa
the groaad! frnt wbich a (election can be Brads to
Anangementa hare been made with a Iret-class
Propagating Batebiisbment fer faraishiag Green
Rouse PUnta, Base Ba.be. Are. Oreaee feraarvbieg
ia thia line eaa be ailed at ProgatAr's pnors If le;t
early at the Nursery, or eeat early through the Poet
Ofliee. All orders snd eommnnicatinna ahenld h.
addressed to J. Day, Fremont Ohio.
J. DAY, Pbothixtob.
FVemeat, Mart IS, lSST-aU - -
i . ' t. .
Administratrix Sale of Real
. . Estate. , . .
IN PTBStANCIof aa orderof the Prote Court,
within aad in the Coanty ol rianduiky ia tbe
State ef Ohio; made ia a eertaia aroeeediag held,
wherein Poena Tottea aa AdminjadraBrrB en the es
tate of William Tot ten, deceased, was petitioner, aad
Olivia Tottrn and others Wdre deSeadAata. I wilt, on
the SOth day of April, A D. l"OT, at I o'clock P. M ,
at the door of tho Court Honiw in rrereont in ae!d
eoanty, eSer for sale Ie tbe hlghext b-'dder. hut at aot
less thaa twe-thtrda ths.cprairel m'neof thesaice:
la-lot! aambered ninety-. ve, Blcetyinx and rnetr
aeren, (9, IH, Vt,) in th S ennd Ward et t- r,y rf
Fremont, tn eaid Sandneky Cncntr, being tr h me.'
iteed preperty of said William Tottep.noW der(ei,
appraised at four thoueaud dn:lxrs 54 900 ;
Txhbs or Bah: Oae-tbird of tb4 puvcVee n,.nr
to be paid the day ef sal-,aadttin beauce i tub
eoaal mrttallmer ta at aire (9) an-1 eirMreo (ri
months, i he deferred paytaeats to be r-enred br nart
gag. en tbe premise, sold and t-t bear iuterr.t from
the dar ef uU. SC3 4N TOTTES.
As A-imiaietratrix on the Uttxn of the rale Wl!
Uam Tottea, d-eeaeed.
March S2, 1S07 liwl. e pCfdiV
Sale of Real Estate by Order
ON THE TWESTTSTBt DAY OF APRIL. A. B. T
atl o'clock la the afternoon, at tre deor ef the
Court House, ia tbe City of Fremont, Ohio, will be
sold te the highest biOWr, tbe fOliewinr real estate,
ae the property ef eeorge IV . Staley, dee-sveU, to-wit:
The southwest Quarter ef tha seutbweet qa.rtee of
Beetles nmberthtrtMa (18. tewnebip aember Sre,
(6 ) range number ilX) eontaining forty () scree of
land, saUjeet to tbe dower ef the widow appraised at
nfteen dollars yearly, and to be paid to her durlr g
her life; said real estate aulject to said dower ap
praised at eaa thousand dollars.
D. P. BL'KI BUT, Adminisi rates.
Fremont, Birch IS, 2S6T.-12i. .
NOTICE ti hireby girea tbat a peHHoa his Iea
filed with tbe C'erk of Watt'agnn Tovroabin.
Sandurky County, Otio. praying 'era ditch tn bdiig
aifollowe: BegiuHuT at or re-r the iratbwrst o-.
aer ef tk. land swned br ft. Sfcrlcer,- be'ri ia tkts
west half of motion nauiber three, townsb'p Sve,
range fourteen, running the&oa east about eighty
rods, theace a Borthrait eoune to the Qlers'asd At
. T . . D, .'..n .1 i.l T. 1111 . -V .
ai;. Bortaweet el Watinaton Statioa, thooce la a
Bortlieeat eouree to a iiaa'l ereek in be ev.'era pert
of the land formetiy owned by J&ccb Obenny.,. new
deceased; being ia the ecrt half ef tha acuthwtat
quarter of cecuoa nnmber thirty-Sre, tcwn.bip sx,
range loarteen. The Trei'eee of saM tcwxthip will,
meet in Reesr!!, oa Ssturdar tbe ISth dar of Apr! 1
JoOJ-te heee and determine acoateatd d'vb.
By h'l Father lod aext Frlrad.
Sarah Id, ISM. UwSe.
Sweet Opoponax Froaa nazleol ww
very rare, nek aad faakloaabie pertve.Tkita
aseatsrer imported er aeaaulastsred I t-Ca;