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CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD.
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CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R.
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Fremoat, .. 1:JU
Ar. at Frees eat,. :"
Ar.at Piadlay,.. :
POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
Through Hall tim last, elassi at 8A8 i. a.
Way Mall gwtag 8at,ers at 10:60 A.
ThrJBgh 1U11 tImf Was, at ... 11:4 A. a.
W.y Mailclaf Wrt,UMt.... (M r. a.
Tkiwagh Mail fraa tke East eyes at 11:40 r. a.
Way Ball from th East at TrOO r. a.
Through Mall boa the WMt ifm t T:80 A. a.
W.y K0 frmtb West oaet - U-M 4. a.
OPENS. L. E. & L. R. R.
Mall leav ata.tBALBR t r. a.
Bail ante at 8:48 A.M.
To BsUmrllto, Tnasdays HT - 1 "
T. Blaak Swamp, Satardaya, at ! -
faetUloM ervt-ea ar regularly keld I tk. feU.w
tag Church, ta ki. etty, vry Sabbath, t th.
hoar named: '" .
Mmorav EriMrii Cbtbcb, omwt of Kukit
aaa Bala 8trt, B. J. Wtebs, Pastor, 10K 4.
a, aad 7.. 8udyBBolt$ A.a Preywrar
tlag WedaVtay erealng.
' PaiaaTTaiAaCBraoa,erar6srrtMa. Bad Hal
Streets; Rn.B.BrcainR.L,Putr; WH A a, and f
p a Sand, Sohoet at 13 a. Bostiag vTy Wednes
day v. . -
St. Para's (IrieoerAL) Caraea, Err. O. H. Torjro,
Rwctor, ear Bala ui Owt Street; 10X 4. a.,
aadTr.a. Soaday Sehoolati r.a. Isetur rrery
Wedaeanay malag ta tk. ebureh.
tmnnCmn, Front Street, etwe Market
a ad J.ha Street.; En. J. B. Tmaraoa, Putor; 10X
4. a,u4tr. - BaadarSdMl tt4. a. Pray
meeting rry Wodaeada, Biag.
Lcmui CaXBoa,aonMr Oak aad Court Street;
Kv. B.LAJra, Pastor; MX 4. B, aad T T. a.
St. Tiiii ' (04TBOUS) Cbobob, Crogkaa Bt;
Bm. SaB4Pa Bnrmaa,PMtor; bum. mtj BMraing at I
'dMkl a Baadaj. aa4 FMrttralt of OUigattoa, Low
MaM at v'alMk 4. a. high or Sotoasa Mm at 10
.'dock 4. a, (ta Wlatarat lott;) Tmatt o'clock
r. a-, aa4 .contoailly mttlM at t r. a. Baa
day BehMl at in.
t. Ama (04Taoue) Cavata, But. 8tmt, L.
F. D'4aor, FmUm; Pint Mm. at 8 .'elook, 4. a.;
SMoaa High Bun at Uo'cleck, 4. a. towly School,
8 r. Tipm, tr.m.
LAND FOR SALE.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
PraaiOBt, 8Mt. T, 196.-Mt.
TJ OU8E AKO LOT awnxl Vj S. C. WooOard. aits
M .ted aa Clorar StrMt, oa ln lot. Ko. Ml and
th. Im Hbwal. Eaaair. of W. B. Andrew, at
tk ofic of th. L. E, L . B. B. Co.
Praoat, March 80, 1867 12w4.
House and Lot for Sale. .
I WILL of or aaj h.aa aad lot for ial., rit uM oa
th. eorner of Crof baa and Wajrm StrMte. Ea
aoir. cf P. 8. White, Bank of Proamat.
(Ilw4) O. M. PI3BEB.
Hooae' and Lot for Sale,
EAB tk. FrMbTUrlaa Oh arch. Will
aha., if aald withia th. aut 80 dan. Titl.
rorfoct. Ba.ntr.atth. Sho. ator. of cfiERMAn
iCj, .npo.it tk. Crsghaa Hon
j nfkaCBES.fl.ad oa Bandar river Wiacoaiiny
1 4Uia ferod at . trot hanraia for Mk. r In i- v
shaog fot lumbar darivared azt fall, or proporty la
Prraoat. Bj On K. DILLON. Frwnont, Ohio,
House and Lot for Sale.
NICE NEW BOUSE oa KaaoUea Street, with
parlor, alteBan, tw. a-raoa ana paauy -
low. tan. km room, an nain, w.U and ci.Lern,
aw irae la mat, goao nanraia aao ior aaw eneap
oa llberni term. Eoonir. at alabor RoMhaath's
.CbUHt 8kop. (LSaa.) LEVI HUBEft.
For Sale. - t
A NICE HOME aai on. acre of Land,' with fruit
trws aad oat-balldinfra, la th. city of Prmnont,
v.r ehoap aad loac tiawfor aayanat.; alaa about
V f aa aamaa WawrMnot, ii Praatont, .uttabl.
foraay aaaaafaetartng .atabliahaMat, and nu th
kaataM. poruoa or towa. anqair.ee if. i, 4una,
Fremont, Jan 18.1M7-3lf
r.rm 4tv flala
THE t'NBERSieKED na lor aah) hi. Farm, ait
sated ta Jackson township, aaadarky eoanty, O.
ight aiil. KnthwMt of Fremont, aed thre. mile,
aerlh west of Winter1. Satiea. oa th. Lake Erie A
Loahrrili Railroad. It contains .boat M acre, of
land, ftfty to sixty of which is nader good cultivation,
th balance tUnb w; a aew f ram. ho nee, np wards of a
bandred beariog trait trees, two well of mrer-felling
water, aad all nssanwvry buildings, all aew. Por terms
aad other parttoalars tnqnlre at the J mum ml ones
Premont,oref N. H. RIM3BLBS.
Ph.a,lteT.lmS. Winter'. Station f . 0
Farm for Sale.
IOPPEB for sal. my Parm of on hundred and
sixty acres 100 acres of cleared land, in a high
siat. of waltiraUoa, th balaao ia heavy tiaibsr
lying within tntrty roos oi r on oeneca. ano witnin
khree-fonrth.of a mile of a gend Srurt Bill and Saw
VlilL There are on th fsrm, two good Dwelling
Hoaasa, Wash aad SmoksBoas. Cellar ander th
whole; Oorn Oriba, Barn with Sheds, two neverfail
ing Springs on for the Houes and one for th Bara
Spring Hons, Orchard of No 1, Grafted Prnit,
ach as Apple, Cberrtea, Pears, Qniaees, Peaches, Ac.
For parttcoiars as to terms, etc) .all oa or addnss
at Port Boaca..Foatofiee, 8eaea county, Ohio,
. ", JC0BPCLT2.
Farm for Sale. '
THE anderstgMd offers for sal. his farm, situated
ta Ballvill. towsship, Saad.sky enaaty, Ohio,
four miles Mnthwest of Fremoat oa the Sandusky
river, containing 00 acre of land more or less, over
50 acre ander a good t'a'e of eeltlvation, 10 of It
river bottom and th balance timber, siaated oa
good roads, a ooaalbrtabl boas, frame bara, baggy
hew, good cellar ander th hones wood house and
etber eat aser be tidings, X god wall, of water aad
cistern, aa orchard f M larg hearing apple trees of
ehoios frait; ahm pear, peach, plam, cherry, aad
other aammer (rait. A1m . hen well situated lor
aukiag syrup- - For fartkerrnfm aiattea .nqnir. af
th. n bee riser oa th. premiMS.
(tomtf) JAMES HIETT.
FARM FOR SALE. THE SUB
aerlber wishes to sell his farm m Washinrtoa
Township,- 8sndnsky Oonnty, Ohio. SnrlleaWest
from ErenMBt and 4 miles 8owtb f Hemrille; ron
talning M acre 00 .era la till and SO acres in tim
ber. The oU I limestone loam, and productive.
Th buildings ceneist of a osmfortahl frem. dwell
ing koase , a good tenant koass, a good well of water
at each house, .labia, eoracrihs. .moke house, dry.
koasoand lime kila Ac. A good variety of fruit
trws, consisting of apple, peach, cherry and plum;
also, between 200 and sUO Bearing grape vines, con
taining 13 varwai of grape. Any prn wanting
thin farm can hare poeessioa of th tenant heue
with th. prtvelas wf two aaidd te till, tbis spring.
Por partienlar ecqoir. of fa MeMiilea on th.
Horses for Sale.
npRREEgoed work Horace for rale at a aargaia as
X. to pnee aoa payment, van on to nnaersiga-
. PHILLIP MICHAEL.
IONA CBAPE TINGS down to Wwata each. Grape
Viae of alt th. bast varieties for sal. at th. Pre
vent Naraery. -
12 wi,. . J. DAT, Proprietor.
TWO Hadrd ThooeatdPip SUvee; Two Hun
dred Thoaaaad Bed Cak Stare.; (or which th.
bixheet market .rioe will be paid In cash, by
Fremont, Dm. 18, 180. Im3 .
For Sale Cheap.
GOOD tare doable Land Holler, suitable for roll
ing all kinds of plowed rronnd. It can be seen
by calling at th old Planing Mill A 8ah Facterv
East aid of river (?m) N. HATNES
1 to 5 Acre Lots
OP good land with frait tree, oa them for sale. 1
mile south of Fremoat, near th village of Ball
vill. The land ta wail adapted te grapea, fruit, gar
dening or farming, For p-ics aad terms enquire
of R. W. B McLELLAN.
Black Ash Shingles
T?0R BALE, at redwood prices. H 'ii per 1.000, aad
Jf the kind sold last year at t M, will be .old at
M OO. They are believed te be th best end cheapest
shingles aow la th market.
B. W. B. McLELLAN.
3 TON HAT SCALE, for sale cheap, just the rins
for farmer.. Also, a small Steam Engine, with
Poller and flztnrec suitable for sawiog wood, makiog
Sorghum, Ac. B. W. B. Hcl.RLLAN.
Fremoat. March 7, 186;. 10ms.
Oocd Chanoe to Make Money
DH AO HE'S Patent Para. Oat, patented Febra
. arv Mth, 1T. is th cheapest and most dura
ble .arm Gate la the country. Not even as mocb na
hinge is required. Township. Conntr snd State
Bights for sal cheap. - Arenta wanted In every State
win the fjaioa. who will receive fro per cent of all sales
Tor particular. ..dress,
I). HAOl'E, Patents.
Marsh 1, SJT.-1?1 Freawnt, Okie.
pOLLEGE flCRIP ! !
CU.par Aore J$94 for 160 A.
E.e'l piece of 8,-rip is ior IM strut, and entitles th.
holder to 100 aers of land la any Stat where there
are avrumat Laada, aabjeet to entry. Wc alsi
bur and .all Militakt Lasn Wabkakts For fall
p artlealars, ssad f.r the JR Hf HFHA 1.11. r
Ba copies Ire. Ww. k. PHE-ilwX,
Ke'l Lymsaa Bio, aar tk Court House.
J.U.U.1J CLEVELAND, 0.
: FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1887.
Town and County Matters.
3 - .
We iio w seod out tie Journal with the datr
ta which theauhccrinlion has been paid ad
ded on the mrrin of the runer to the printed
addresH of each subscriber. By a glance at
ineae ngurer, every one can tell bow hit ac
count stands. Thus: "John Smith IS tept 66"
meant that John Smith haa paid his tob-
scription op to the 15th of September, 186&
Hereafter receipts will be unnecessary, as the
change in the date will be equivalent toanck
acknowledgment. 1 his plan will prove
equally advantageous to us and convenient to
our subscribers, it will save as tne trouble
of keeping a separate book for subscriptions,
and will promptly indicate to subscribers
the tiru when they should make another
And Friends of Liberty!
It is hereby announced that Mr. WM.
McWILLIAMB, Central Organizer F.
B., will deliver a Free Lecture on the
Cause of Ireland, at the Court House,
in Fremont, on SATURDAY EVEN
ING, April 13th. The Public are re
spectfully invited to attend.
BY THE COMMITTEE.
UNION CLUB MEETING.
The Union Voters of this City are request
ed to meet at the Club Rooms, in Buckland's
old block, THIS, FRIDAT EVENING,
April 13.h at 7,', o'clock. Let there be a full
turn out. Matters of importance are to be
Let- The Board of Education have let
the contract for building the new School
Houee to William Herb.ter.at $16,000
Personal. Adjutant Geb. Bill has
been in town for several days, stopping at
the Croghan House.
Mite Bociety. The Mite Socity ef the
M. E. Church will be at Mrs. S. Ti tt.n's on
Thursday April 18th. All are in' ited.
Bplloed. Tut Tottkh, knowr. by every
body as a capital fellow and an fificient and
courteous attachtt of the Post o5ce, took to
himself a wife last week. We wish him
any amount of "conjugal felicity."
Dr. W. H. Stover, Who has I sen fbrjaome
time past in the office of Dr. Faiuso has
just opened an office in Tiffin, v here he will
practice medicine after the iomeopathic
School. He has the best wiahe i of his many
Building AasociaUor. We oaderstand
that a plan for a Building Association is be
ing talked of by several interested citisena.
No movement would be of greater adraa
tage to the working men, and men of moder
ate incomes who are now unable own to
Personal. Mr. Biechaed, whohasbeer
very sick lur several days past witn tne lung
fever is, we arc glad to say, better, and n's
speedy recovery is looked for. His nephew,
Gen. R. B. Haiks, is with him, having
reached here from Washington, on Wednes
A Soldier gone. Col. Coas. Wood, late
of the 51st Ohio, died of consumption eon
tracted in service, at the house of his father-in-law,
Mr. i. Y. Elderkin, of this place, on
Monday, the 8th inst., and was buried on
Wednesday with Masonic honors, at Oak
Bought. A. D. TV ilics has bought A. 0.
PlatU Fhotoirraph Gallery. Those who
know Mr. Wiles reputation ' as an artist will
be glad to see him in his new quarters.
Mr. R. A. Douglass, who has been in
charge of Mr. Piatt's gallery haa done ex
cellent work snd has made many personal
friends during his short stay.
Beautiful Ceremony. Th. beautiful
ceremony of "Blessing the Bells" waa ob
served last Sunday at the German Catholic
Church, Rev. Seraph Bowers officiating.
The Church, was filled to overflowing, even
to the aisles and steps of the gallery. The
new bells are to be ready to sound the
chimes next Sunday morning.
Tough. The Lorain Co. Sexc says that
the ladies in that, vicinity are obliged to
"walk on their tip-toes and can't help it as
the waler-fall on the top of their heads
draw up the beck hair so tightly that they
can't put their heele down squarely without
great pain." Thttt editor nsuni look out for
a "water-fall'1 on bis own head from some
window for his insolence.
Change of Base. Geo. P. Rowclls A
Co., advertising agents Boston, have found it
expedieaMo- make a change of bane to New
York. This firm have, won an enviable
reputation for promptness, reliability and
courtesy among advertisers and newspaper
men, and we are glad that they have availed
themselves of the superior advantages of
fered by the great metropolis for ihe trans
action of their business.
Gold, Gold. About thirteen hundred
dollars in gold were sold to the Bank of Fre
mont, one day lat week by an old fogy who
has had the most of it for eight or ten years,
and who lives in Riley township. Being a
copperhead, he read only copperhead news
papers and fell into the grave and costly
eror of supposing they told the trath, and
actually expected that the "brave sons of the
South" would knock the old Republic into
splinters.- He is "out" "about fifteen hun
dred dollars, for his folly.
At Home. Mahlox Chakc. ia at home,
somewhat dissatisfied with the results of the
campaign in Oonncticut,in which he took an
active part." The press speak compliments ri-
ly of his 6ervieea wherever he has been, as
the following ccrap from the New Haven
Journal and Courier will show. "Hon.
Mahlon Chauce of Ohio, who has been Terr
active in our present campaign, has proved
himself one of the most effective stump speak
ers ever introduced to a Connecticut audience.
He has a happy faculty of commanding the
attention and of arousing the enthusiasm of
cis bearers,snd bis humor and quickness
make him a favorite wherever he goes."
The Teachers Institute. The Teach
ers Institute opened this week with aa un
usually large attendance, and the proceed-
ngs, thus far, have been of great interest
and profit. An organization waa affected
by the election of the following officers:
W. W. Ross, President; Terry, Secre
tary; S. S. Long, Treasurer.
F. M- Ginn, J. Burger, A. B. Putman,
The Institute is in charge of Mr. R. W.
Stevenson, of the Norwnlk High Schools,
assisted by Mr. P. M. Schuyler of Xorwalk,
Tree Trimming. The present is the
proper time to attend to this work, before
the sap lu-giut! to ascend from the roots to
the truck and limbs, and thus insure a
plentiful giowih of shoots arid coceequently
an abundant iolinge, which, as every house
keeper Lnows, is a very desirable thing
around one's dwclliiig during the sultry
months of summer. The present month will
do for preparing snd planting yonng trees.
In this section too little attention is paid to
a proper time for trimming, aud too many
pi one their trees in the latter part of April
gud id My, when the bud are not only ready
to burst, but eves are open.
Fremont, April 8th 1867.
Council met. Present: Botls, Botefur,
Brush, Keller, Ochs and Quilter, Trustees,
aad E. F. Dickinson, , Recorder. Thai bath
of office was duly administered to aaid Trus
tees, by Mayor Bell. Council organized by
the election of J. D, Botefur aa President. -
The Trustees drew Iota for the long and
short term, which resulted as follows: Long
Term Botefur. Brush and Quilter. Short
Term Betta, Keller and Ochs. '
The Council preceded to the election of
city clerk, which resulted in the unanimous
election of J.Wilmer. The Mayor, City
Solicitor and Marshal presented their bonds.
of office, which were approved, and the oath
of their office administered to them and to
the City Clerk.
Monday evening of every week was ap
pointed as the time of holding the regular
meetings of the Council. Council adjourned.
J. D. BOTEFUR, Pres't.
E. F. DICKINSON, Recorder.
Transfers of Real Estate, for the week
ending March 30th,. 1807, prepared by A;
F. G4LL46BKK, County Recordei :
Daniel L June to Cynthia A Under-
bill, part of ont-lot fin. 43 Fre
mont, E H Underbill to D L June, part out
lot 43 Fremont,.... ....
R G Pardee to Godfrey Harper, lots
30 31 and 32 Green Springs,....
P Bnrgoon to Upton Burgoon, 60
acres, sec 16 Sandusky township,
Jno Houseman to Jacob Winters, lot
No. 3 Winters Station,
8 A S J Grant to T W Clapp ie-lot
No. 172 Fremont
Robt Smith to Sarah Millard lot No.
Joseph A Harpel to Caroline Bald
win, 7 1-3 acres, Woodville tp.,..
Edward Purchase to Catharine Keller,
3 acres, Townsend township, ....
S Birchard to F Shanahaa in-Iota 1,-
226 and 1227 Fremont,
F Fabing to A Hime 2 rooms in Fa-
biog Hime block Fremont, . .. .
A Hime to Fabing 4 rooms in " "
E W Fish to Jaae Offet part lot 15
Suttons addition to Clyde......
Charles Shrader to Jacob Halbison 30
acres sec 17 Riley township, ....
Rodney Mason to Isaac Rice, lot No.
D Bingls to T H Bush, in-lot No. 129
N D 8harp to I W Sharp, 20 acres see
33 Green Creek township,
I W Sharp to N D Sharp, 20 acres
see 33 Green Greek township,....
0 Roads to Benedict Graff 90 acres
see 12 Jackson township, .
LAB Rule to JasHF Martin lot No.
Peter Manner to T Baumer, 5 acres,
sec 19 Riley township,
MASS Wright to H Aldrich 2 acres,
Scott township, ..
A Hill to Isaac Bruner, 130 acres Jack
David Johns to Harry Vogt, 105 acres,
E Loudensleger to D 8nyder in-lot
No. 1192 Fremont,
Geo Heberling to Jacob Lefler, 60
acres Washington township,....
D Hoch to Jacob Zeiber, 160 acres,
D June to Cleveland A Bowloa part
in-lot 148 Fremont,
R 0 Luce to Phiaeas Deacham, 80
acres, Townsend township
D Campbell to J 0 Campbell 40 acres,
Madison tewnship, .............
Wm H J 0 Campbell Exrs to Camp
bell, 0 acres, Madison township,
H A Brownell to M A S 8 Wright, 80
acres, Scott township,
Electa S Gaston to I M Keeler, 1-6
part of in-lot No. 219 Fremont. .
FOB THE Want XNDIliS AFBIL SIXTH. .
Mary Cleveland to Alonzo Thorpe, 24 '.
?l acres arc 22 Ureen Ureek, tp., f
Elizabeth Cleveland to Alonzo Thorpe,
45 acres sec 27 Green Creek tp., 2730
E A Beck to Isaac Stager, in-lot 2G0
Julia S A Margaret Dickinson to H.
B Perdy, in-lot l(h9 Fremont,.. 525
M Rosenberger to Michael Long, 76
acres sec 28 Jackson tp. , 1400
Maria E Pierce to Brockmaa .and
Ehrhardt, in-lot 1382 Fremont,. .'" : 400
E Londnes'eger to Isaac Bruner, 40 .
acres, aec 24 Jackson township,.! 150
J D Ruse to F Sherkey, lot No 2 Win
ters Station 700
G S Rhoades to Mary Bridenburg, 25
acres, sec 2 Green Creek tp " 1125
T W Evans to John Hunt 100 acres, '
sec 27 Madison township, 3500
W T Fuller to Taylor Fuller, 90 acres,
sec 19 Townsend township 3150
J P Elderkin to Rachel Frohne, lota 3
3 4 and 5 Woodville, 4000
J A Watte to J L Curtis lots 265 and
M Longabaogh to Jas Bruner, 30
ac:es, see 27 Rice township, ....
J S Parkhurst and others to W T Ful
ler, 80 acres, see 22 Townsend tp.
Chaa Lindsay to Thos McCreary, 40
acres, sec 7 lownsend tp,..
A Smith to D S McCreary, 40 acres,
. sec 11 Riley tp.,
Schooner Sold. The Schooner being
built by Skinner A Donaldson Just above
the Elevator has been sold for f 12,000 to
West, Flint A Tillotsoa. lis dimensions
are, 102 feet keel, 109 feet on deck, 25 feet
beam, 8 feet depth of hold, capacity 250 tons,
Those who are good judges of such matters
pronounce the Schooner handsome craft
and consider her a bargain at the price. The
prices of vessels are enormously high this
spring, old hulks that have been on the lakes
for years, bringing fabalous sums.
The Cleveland Herald says "the small
schooner 8 now Bird was sold a few days
since for $10,200, $7,000 down, and the bal
ance by the 1st of November. Her first cost
was $4,500. We mention this faet te con
vey some fdea of the extravagant prices now
prevailing in vessel property. '
Many vessels, now old. and getting "soft.
and costing $16,000 to $18,000. have been
Sold this winter for from $3,000 to $4,000
over their original cost. At this rate boat
building on Lake Erie should be a profitable
We have before called attention to the
superior facilities for ahip building offered
by Fremont. Plenty of timber close at hand
and of the best quality can be had at far be
low the cost at Sandusky or Cleveland.
There is no difficulty - whatever in getting
skilled labor at low rates, as the cost of liv
ing is much less here than in larger cities.
There is room above the Elevator for a fine
yard where the water is deep enough to in
sure a successful launch.
There ia no reason why our ship timber
should net be 'used here and we hope that
Skinners Donaldson will have such encour
agement from interested parties as will in-'
dtiee them to locate here permanently. The
schooner now building is to be finished by
tie 10th dsy of May. '
Wool Buyers Conwention The Ohio
Wool Buyers aad Dealers '.Association has
issued the following circular:
Sin The Annual Meetine of the Ohio
Wool Buyers and Dealers Association, will
bs held at Garrett's Hall, Cleveland, on
Wednesday, April 17th, at 10 o'clock. A.
M., for the election of officers and the adopt
ion of farther measures for continuing the
work for which the Association was estab
lished. When our organization was effected, in
May last, it was then so late in the season.'
and shearing waa.so near at hand, that we,
could not accomplish all that waa desired;
nut it cannot tie denied that our e aorta re
sulted in a very decided improvement in
Ohio Wool, which, hut year was, as a gen
eral thing, in much better condition than
tor several years past, fiv commencing
earlier this season, and obtaining the co-operation
of many who were not with us last
year, we bope and expect to continue the im
provement then commenced, and accomplish
many other needed reformations in the
As a large attendance of Eastern dealers
and manufacturers is expected, it is hoped
that all wool-buyers ia this State, (espec
ially those who buy on commission,) will be
present, in order to nave a free exchange ef
views between the employers and those who
represent them in purcbsaing.
And, as the interest of buyers and growers
are indentical and not antagonistic, we cord
ially invite all prominent growers through
out the State to meet with us, and freely
discuss those matters which as deeply affect
their own interest as tho interest of dealers
and cuetomert. .
Let us have a grand Mass Meeting of all
who feel an interest in redeeming the char
acter of Ohio Wool, and make renewed ef
fort U restore it to its former rank, as the
best of that of any stale. -
D. d. Sexton, Alton l ope, K. liudwir.
Henry C. Bnrt,S. Henry Benedict, Execu
Take Notice of the card of Mr. J. Gal-
then In another column.
A Homestead Building Association has
been formed inToledo, and the stock is nearly
all taken. The Commercial, ef that city,
apeaking of the organization, says:
The principle of a building association of
this character is, tbat it actaaa tbe landlord to
its members or teoanta, and after they have
paid what is an equivalent of rent for the
buildings which they receive from the Asso
ciation and oeenpy, into tbe treasury of the
Association, for a period of six to seven years,
the amount which they will in that time have
paid in, together with the profits of the Asso
ciation in premiums, will amount to as much
as the house costs; and it la therefore made
over to the member as his own property.
These Associations have been very popular
in the Eastern cities for the last twenty years,
and thousands of poor men have become the
owners of houses through their means.
Wherever they exist,they seem to be success
ful and satisfactory to tbe stockholders.
The Legislature of Ohio has recently passed
an act to encourage their introduction into
this State, and, under the law, Atsociationa
are being generally formed in our large towns
and cities. -
Movements of this kind are now on foot in
Cleveland, Toledo, Dayton, Springfield, Ur
bana, Columbus and several other cities of
. List of Letters, remaining uncalled for
in the Post Office at Fremont, on the 11th
day of April, 1667:
Acher 0; Adams Catharine Miss; Ander
son 0 H; Batesole Dora L; Brunthaver De
lia Miss; Beck Eliza A Mrs; Berger Henry;
Bid Jane Miss; Bider John; Beeb Mary L
Mrs; Blake Peter; Bossar Philip; Biddle
Barbara S: Caldwell. 0 Mrs; Curtis Cyntha
Miss; Ooolman Thomaa A; Clark B F 0;
Curtis A; Dilaing Eliza Miss; Darlin G;
DeLoeg Milon; Facht Christian; Foulet
Francis Mrs; Freeman Emeline Miss; Foster
Josephene Miss; Fonght Levi Z; Fargrave
R A; Algerlach Henry; Garn J M; Hafflich
Charles; Hilh Fred; Hassinger John G;
Heaveoer S Miss; Himsen Benton; Goble
Jacob; Jacobs L; Johnson Wm; Kerbler
John; Kaiser Ambrose; Long Dr; Lister
George H; Long J W; Lobdell Margaret;
Miller Dansel L; Morrow J; Miller Jane Mrs;
March ky Margaret Mrs; Miller Mary Mrs;
Max A Flasney; Miller TiEa Miss; Moore
Wm ; Nichols Mary Mrs; Pryor Heater A
Miss; Park J R; Raenick John; Richard
Julius; Rich A Co M; Ryman Wm; Sowell
Cyrus; Streetor charlea; Stirewalh Ella Miss;
Snyder Henry G; Stoner Joseph H; Smith
Lizzie Miss; Smith Michael; Streeter Alonzo;
Scott Welthy Miss; Swetchler Martin; Uu
gerb George; Weber Henry; Williams G W;
Wolcutt Nelson; Wagoner Ann Miss; Whit
more Barbs Hiss.
Stickney Hall. Tbe Toledo Commer
cial haa the following item in regard to
Stickney Hall, in that city .owned by James
Vallette, Esq , of this place. "We were not
a little gratified yesterday to find Mr. An
drew McKee, with a force of hands, busily
engaged at removing the inside fixtures of
this well known establishment. 1 be build
ing was constructed about 12 years since,
and at tbat time and lor some years latter
wards, was thn Ball of tbe Uity. It was
designed chiefly for theatrical purposes.
The completion of White's Hall, in 1861,
made Stickney a second-rats affair ,and since
that time, it haa been occupied principally
for "Free and Easy" and like purposes; and
the truth to say, it became a cage of very
Last fall the property was sold to James
Vallette, Fsq., of Fremont, by . whom it ia
now being transformed from a base to a
worthy use. It is to be fitted up for two
stores, and when done, will furnish a couple
of .very good rooms.
Oonoert. We are happy to announce
that the Continental Vocalists are to visit our
city again after so long an absence.
Te those of our citizens who have heard
the Continentals, years ''Lang Syne, " com
ment is unnecessary. Tbey come to ns now
with highest encomiums from press and peo
ple, wherever they heve visited. Their
new feature of illustrating their ballads is
spoken of in the highest terms of praise.
We predict for them a warm welcome and
the full house, they abundantly deserve.
Brushing Up. The Kessles Hovas ia
taking on a new coat of paint and looks de
cidedly more comfortable and neat for it.
KessLia and Bklmmg are fully keeping up
the old iwrjotation of the house, are always
popular with the traveling public, and quite
much so with their local patrons. We
are glad to see the outward signs of enter
prise and prosperity.
The Propeller dropped down below the
bend on Wednesday st high water, and
leaves for the lake to day, She is to be
commanded by Captain Barrett, this season.
Weather. The terrible tussle among the
weather makers which gave us nineteen
changes in one day last week ought not to
. Waylaid. On Saturday the sixth inst.
Abraham Laiter, Esq., aa he was walking
down street about 00 clock, f. m. received
a blow from a club from an unknown band.
Probably a Cleveland convict had spent his
lat "red" and felt the want of change. This
is one of the beauties of sending scalawags
out of the cities to prey upon tbe rural dis
tricts where there is ne police to protect the
inhabitants. It is time our Legislature
stopped "special legislation," if the leading
city of Northern Ohio, with a police organ
ization as nearly perfect as can be desired,
finds it.necessary to punish her criminals
by giving them twenty-four hours to leave
the city, and sending out into the country
the rogues, ras'als, drunkards, thieves pick
pockets, shoulder hitters, wife maulers and
"Dean ck Moore have again commenced
the work on their mill. All the timber is
on the ground ready to commence framing.
James Moore baa began removing his
old dam to make room for a new one, which
he intends to build in such a form as to in
crease the power.
Plowing. The farmers are plowing for
oats, wheat and other Bpring crops. ,
Club. The Debating Club still holds its
meeting every Saturday night, and the in
terest is fully kept np.
. Change. The Union men in Ballville
are well satisfied with the change in Post
masters, having at last got the man of their
A New Church A Presbyterian
Church was organized at Clyde, on Saturday
last, with twelve members. The first com
munion service was celebrated on Sunday,
Rev. Mr.. Bushnell, officiating. Four new
members were added to the Church on the
occasion. ' The Presbyterian Church at
Green Springs, which died some years since,
has been revived, and the congregations
are looking for a pastor who will officiate for
' "Donation Party. The friends of the
Rev. M. E. Lyon and family, propose to
make them a Donation visit, at the National
Hall, in Clyde Ohio, on Wednesday, after
noon, and evening, April 17th. The public
are respectfully invited to attend. '
By order of the Committee,
C. W. PAGE, Secretary.
Job Printing. Sale bills, horse bills,
circulars, potters, programmes and all kinds
of plain and fancy job printing done at tbe
Journal office. - .
Wanted. 1 want a good teamster and
will pay good wages and board.
. . JAS. F. SMITH,
Bellevue, Ohio. -
The Fat Girl is not half so great a curi
osity as Munks new, cheaper than the cheap
est suits of clothing, and he charges nothing
fur vhowin-; theoi,
.. Sabbath School Books. Holden, Clarke
A Wilson, Cleveland, O., have a very large 1
and choice axaortmeut of everything needed
for Sabbath Schools. . The publications e :
all Evangelical Societies, may be had on the i
samej terms as at the houses of publication
They aupply schools with musio books st
Wholesale Price. When libraries are want
ed they offer the largest discount, snd will
send more books than are wanted, and sueb
as are not accepted may fiVreturued. They
spare no pains to accommodate and satisfy
Dr. A. F. Price. We learn that Dr. A.
F. Price who has been in tbe Dental Office
of Dr. D. R. Jennings for three years or more
has decided to open an office for the practice
of Dentistry in Fremont. Dr. Priee com
menced paying attention to this profession,
before the war, but suspended his studies and
joined the 43nd regiment under Gen. Garfield, I
as a private and finished up his' military
career as a Lieutenant. At the Conclusion of
the service of his regiment Dr. Priee resumed
his place as a student of Dentistry and some
time since finished the prescribed course.
For the last yesr he has stood at the opera
ting chair and has proven both successful and
expert in all lines of practice. The Doctor ia
a gentleman of promise and of probity, and
his many Ravenna friends wish him success
in his new home. ' The Fremonters will find
him an acquisition, well worthy ef their con
fidence r no competent to execute their Dental
commands. Portage Count Democrat.
Dr. Price, aa will be teen by his card in
another column has opened sn office in Fre
mont in St. Clair Block. His place is easy
of access and is handsomely fitted np, and
those ia need of Dental work will find the
Doctor, obliging careful and, skillful.
The Moore Brothers, have fust received
s new stock of goods in their line, snd their
customers will find s splendid assortment of
every thing pertaining to Crockery and
Glassware. There are no more pleasant and
agreeable salesmen ia the city than the
Mooas BaoTBras. '
New Type. We have been refitting oar
Jobbing establishment with new styles of
type, and can now do Jirst doss job work.
We keep constantly on hand a fine assort
ment ofcards of all kinds, sizes and qualities,
paper ruled for bill head and letter head
printing, and envelopes for business cards.
If you may wUh an easy shave,
Aa good as barber ever gave,
Just call at ray Shaving Saloon,
At morn, at eve, or busy noon. :
I cut and dress the bair with grace,
To suit tbe contour of tbe face.
My room is neat and towels clean.
Scissors sharp and Razors keen, '
And every thing I think you'll find,
To suit the phce snd please the mind
All my art and skill can do,
If you'll just call I'll do for you.
Who would not be Beautiful. All
may possess a clear, unblemished skin, of
alabaster whiteness, by the use of Chastel
lar's White Liquid Enamel. It is the most
perfect article in rise, for removing all im
purities of the skin, and unlike all other cos
luetics, contains nothing that will injure the
cuticle; being Vegetable, it is perfectly
harmless. For sale, Wholesale snd Retail,
by Berger, Shutts A Co., Chemists, Troy,
N. V. See their advertisements, in another
column in this paper.
See the Advertisement of Madame E.
F. Thornton, the great Astrologist, Clair
voyant and Psychorqetrician.
If you want a switch go to Bbockwat's.
Educate for Business. Bookkeeping,
Penmanship, Commercial Law, Commercial
Arithmetic, Political Economy, Elocution
aud Telegraphing are thoroughly taught by
experienced Instructors at the Adrian Busi
ness College and Telegraphic Institute. Dr,
Mahan. President of Adrian College is en
gaged to deliver a full course "of lectures
Political Economy, Tuition is nesrly ons
half less than in the larger cities and the ad
vantages sre very superior,
For circular address the President.
A. 0. Parsons, A. M. .
13. m 1. Adrian Mich.
Old switches made
ss good as new
If you 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 Sod an owner for anything
found, ' ."'
If you wish to obtain a hired girl or man,
If you wish to barrow capital,
If you wish to sell a house or farm,
If you have any thing for sale, .
try an advertisement in the Columns of the
Journal, and you will find it will pay.
What may be Expected this month
April is set down ly the poets ss the
month of "smiles aud tears;" but poetry
says nothing of the practical fact that it ta
also tbe month of bilious disease. The
blood which haa been tnickened through
the winter now begins to tell on the system
in an unpleasant manner and Natre demands
relief. Dr' E. Jollie Mattocks, who has
made this class of disease the especial study
of a long life, will visit Fremont on the 15th
dsy of April 1867, where he can be consulted
at the Kessler Hotel, and every eight weeks
thereafter. 14 w S
- Charles Shade returns thanks to his
customers for their liberal patronage and
announces tp the public generally that he
has every facilty necessary for clkanimo
sums' CLornmo in the best manner, at his
room in Moore V Vallette's Block, second
floor. He also attends to Dtzixq, Qekts'
Clothing. Silk, woolen or half woolen goods
of every description dyed at short notice and
perfect satisfaction given. 14-W.3.
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 Rooma
in Buckland's new block to get photographs
taken. The ladies were soon picked up,
found uninjured, and the dust being brushed
from their clothes they msde their wsy forth
with to the same rooms enquiring if it
would be possible to get their Photos ta
s 1 . '
Ladies Hair cutting.latest styles at Bbock
Wanted. An agent in eveTy town in th
United States to sell the best variety of
Clothes Wringers in the world. Prices
vsrying from $60 to $13,00 with wood er
iron frames, with or without cog-wheels.
For Circulars and terms, apply to Hawks A
Looas, 87 Cornhill snd 75 court. Street
United States Internal Revenue In
come Tax for 1866 and Special Tax
for 1867. Every person engaged or engag
ing in business requiring s Government Li
cense is by law required to make applica
tion therefor on or before the 1st day ef
April of each year. Any person failing to
comply with this law is liable to a penalty
for doing business without License. The
law' also requires all peraons to make return
of their Income without regard to the amount
thereof, on or before the 1st day of April of
each year. Any person neglecting to do so
isliabletobe Assessed and a penalty added.
I will receive returns and applications at
my office until April 15th, 1667. Persons
then in default may expect the penalty to be
enforced. Office over Garvin fc Oo.s' Store,
Corner Front sod Croghau Streets.
J. R. .BARTLETT, :' '
Assistant AesetBor, 1st Division, 9th Dis
trict of Ohio. . ;
Fremont April 1st 1867,
Great Hkdlttion is Pbicks, at St. Clair's
Block. L. Youngman is closing out his
stockof Fall and Winter Clothing at cost.
Furnishing Goods, Hat", Caps and Trunks
always a good assortment kept on hand and
sold st prices to suit customer. tf
' New Ml'linet. r-Iesse notice Mrs. A.
Farrnnd's advertisement in another column,
Millinery and Fancy goods. All desiring
anything in tbat line would do well to give
On the 31st of March, by Rev. M. Long,
Mr. Habw N. Hall and Miss Sabah Jans
At the residence of Judge J. K. Hord, on
the 2nd inst by Rev. J. Wykes, Will Tot-
tew and Miss Satis A. tinea, all oi lire'
JOUBJ&L OFFICE, PBCMONT, 0. I ,
Thursday, April 11.1W7.
Wheat-No. 1,2M; No. 1, $2 SO; No.a.81
floor 11 60$13 M W bbl.
Corn 80s V bushel for shelled ; tic. W bushel
a the ear.
Bye 76SOc W bushel.
Oan-Se. W hoab.1.
BackWh.il (grain) Tac. bushel.
Flax See 88 00 W bushel.
Timothy 8ee-$2 (032 Sir bushel.
Clover Seed $7 007 7S w baahel:
Drewae Hefe-ST Me)$T T cwt.
, Larw-103. W B. by the keg ; llXc Wis at retail.
Smoke 9Ieats Hams, UXota. T th ; Shoul
ders, 10. W Tk ; Dried Beef, 20c. W lb.
P.altrp-Turtles, 1 00, $1 01 00 apiece
Chickens, 12lc apUeo, live ; dressed, 81 9e W ft.
Batter 02S. W lb
Ef ES 1617s. W dona
Ckeeee looaicWIh. .
. Petatoea eoaTO. W bushel.
Oaloao-6eo. W bushel. - "
Green Apples M67S& V bushel.
Dried Apples Si. .
Wool 55c. lb. . . -- , , : ;
Salt Fine, W sack, 'is ; V bbl., $2 60 ; Coarse,
Fael Wood, W cord, S3 00$f4 OS ; Coal 810 V
Oof fee Bio, 237c. W ft ; Ja, dOgt&c ft
Te-Ml SOW ft.
gagar Common, by the barrel, W lb., 10, 13M
aide ; White, 16ie. W ft. -Bice
Mackerel-$9 00 6) $10 00 V M bbl.: $3 60
Fremont Lime 20e W bush.
Hay-Id CO g 19 00 W Tun.
Maple tiogar HXejISa '
Fremont Lumber Market.
One Inch and a half,
Oa Inch and a quarter
One In eh and H
- a -
. IS t.
One Inch Red Oak,
. IIS 00 .M
-- SO 0) do
. 14 00
5J7 00 V n
Fremont Fur Market.
Mike aS4 60e.ft0
No. 1, Coos.... 7d
WiffTEB Bat... ......SO
Blace Skcsk 60c
Wildcat .... ...SOc
Ban Fox.. ....81,60
llustrated - and Descriptive
, : BT THE
Continental Vocalists ! !
AT BIRCHARD HALL,
Thirsdaj Ens., April 11, 1867.
Admission, K cents. Referred Beats, 60 cents.
FREMONT DRUG STORE.
Dlt. E. DILLON & SON
GIVE DOtie3to thoaMDdjof their frindjiid tb
public KMralj that ia keplir t'p with tht
ouwird marenaod rapid progru oi tnalr town and
eotnttrj daring tbe put fire jeara, the hare not
only doubled and trebled, bat reatlr more than
qoadinpled the amount of their itock of
I.."-,-. - . - .''!
i Window Shades !
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, SHOUL
DER BRACES, MISCELLAN
AND A THOUSAND OTHER
v. ' - . 1 '- '
ARTICLES UNDER THE HE AD OF
Druggists Sundries !
The beet and BKPtt popular " '
HAIR RESTORATIVES fc- HAIR
DRESSINGS, PERFUMERY, :
SOAPS, PATENT AND '
: j ICINES, &c.
With a liberal policf , a laftr Stock, and almost
uoeqnalled varietr. wefell justified in saving that
irrnEgtsia, rnvsiciana, aercnaaia ana tne people
Mnerallvwlll her Snd nearly every adTantaae nossi-
bl to he offered In any of th towns or eitia .f- th.
: E. DILLON A BO'S.
Fremont, Jaa . 11, 1867381 -
Especially to tho Sick.
DOCTOR E. JOLLIE MATTOCKS,
aaie oi new a or a.
TO THE CUBE OP CBBONIO DISEASES, of svery
nam and nature, Dr. Mattocks, for thirty
yarB,hasdevotsdhU whol attention, and haa ef
fected an me of the most remarkahlcar.s,in ftaircr
frem all others, ao expert men ting, ao making sick t
ears, ao doosptioa, ao bumrmg ana no poison ased.
all vegstabl. remedies that aid nature, gir a oan
did opinion and effects permanent cores. We ask a
trial of oar treatment before abandoning all hop..
Hundred' nav seen eared oy wis treatment alter
giving up to die. We Invite investigation. No mat
ter what your disease is. call: examine for venr-
(telves; tt will oost nothing.
DR. S. JOLLIE MATTOCKS,
eanhs consulted at hta offices asfollowsyfor theyear
7 on dy Tery ight weeks : .
PBEEONT, O- EsaalerS HoUl. Uoadars. Anrll .
is. 4una ju, august o, cent ou, act. to.
CLYDE, o., gagi tlolM, Taesdavs, April IB. June
11. Aur. . Oct. 1. Nov- as.
NORWALE, O, Americas Hotel, cdneadavsy
April it, jus lii.Aug, 7, uoi. a, nov. .7. -, .
xlKSUJKSUE.uieTeiana, iU7 Kite utreet, satar.
ays, Jan. 18' Pb. IS, March 1, April SO . May IS.
VMoJHyl. . .....
rflH E proprietor f this eetabllsh ment offers for sal.
X this spring a vary So collection of Fruit and
tvcamvntal Tree, Shrub, are., at low prices Thes
trees have been growa with great care and cannot
failto give satisfaction. Tbe Evergreen Trees are a
pecially fin. Having keen transplanted, sheared and
pruned, they -ara now exactly right for plaotin ih
yards, lawn, Ac. Ther are thousands of them oa
the grooada rrcm wtucn a bcioquob can be aoad. to
Arrangement, have been mad. with a first -elan.
Propagating EatabliahuMnt lor furnishing Green
House Plants, Bos Bashes, as. Orders for anything
ia tht lis caa be filled at Progatnr's prices If lelt
early at tbe Nursery, or seat early through th Post
One. All order aad comssoaicatloms should be
addressed to J. Day, Irescont, Ohio,
j. vat, raoraiEToa.
PlWOOUt, Hareh 12, l7.-4l
Fremont Fur Market. Legal Advertisements.
jVTOTICE." THE ASSESSORS OF
JL 1 - th several Townships and Ward of Sandus
ky County, will met at the Auditors office on Satar
day, April L3vh,M7-i - , EDWIN HAPP
, Fremont, April d, lSdlili. w.l .Auditor.
NOTICE. ALL THOSE INDEBT
ed to the late firm of Rjder Tjler. either by
note or book aoeonnt, will eare eoete and trouble bj
alii at tbair etore and fettling np. All who want
to buy Dry goods, Oroeeriee, Boot. Crockery at
M per cent below roet, will do well to give u a call
before buying, a" this entire eteck had got to be
clowd ont ragarttlee.of cost-v - J03EFH BUNTRR
Hw3. t , Asaigneeb
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. NO
tic is hereby giveathat th undersigned has
bea daly appointed and qualifled a th A-aigu of
th property ond effect of the ffna of Byder A Ty
ler, lately doing business at Fremont, Ohio. Ail
creditors, or persons holding or owning elsims a-
Slnst said flrmar lequried to present the saroe to
undersigned, for allowance or rejection, by the
28th day of October, 4. D. 1SST. JOeEPB flfJNTBB
Fremont, Apr., 4th,lS67l. 8 w. ' Aatiga.
JAMES 8. MBRI.ET of Anderson, la the county af
Ashtabula and State ef Ohio; is notided that
Maria ft . Merlev, did on th 26th day or March, iw7,
die her petition in th affloa of to Clark of th Court
of CtemmoB Piaaa, within and for th conatr af San
dusky and StaU of Ohio, charging th. said James 8.
Merley with willful absence for more than throe
years from hr, and with adultery with on Marioo
svaoxon; also wttn gross ngtecl oi auty towara ner,
sad sskinc that she may be divorced from said James
S. Merley, and for the sum of $7,000 alimony, which
pennon will Be ior Bearing at tne next term or aaia
Court. MARIS N. MERLEY.
J. B. Liaxos, Attorney.
March 25, 1867. lJwd. i . ,
Sale of Real Estate by Order
OS THE TWENTIETH DAT OF APBIL, A. D. 1SST
at o'clock in the afternoon, at th dor of th.
Court Bouse, ia the City of Fremont, Ohio, wlU be
old to th highest bidder, ths following real estate,
as the orooertr of Geora W. Staler, deceased, to-wil:
The southwest quarter of tho southwest quarter of
(A) nag number (13.) containing forty (40) acres of
land, subject to the dower of th widow appraised at
fifteen dollars yearly, aad So be paid to her durisg
her Ufa; said rear estate subject SB said dower ap
praise! at ou thousand dollsrs.
D. P. HCRLBDT, Adnuntstrator.
Fremont, March 10, 1867. Mw.
wxTOTICE Is hereby gfrea that a petition ha been
i Sled with the Clerk of Washington Township.
Sandusky County, Ohio, praying for a ditch to bsdug
as follows: Beginning at or near the southwest eor
ner of th land owned by O. Shriner, being In th
wast hslf of seetioo number three, township fire,
rang fourteen, running thenc east about eighty
rods, thence a northeast course to the Cleveland A
Toledo Bsilroad, crossing said railroad about an.
mil. northwest cf Washington Station, thenc ia .
northesst ooursa to a small creek In 1b. eastwrn part
Of th land formerly owned by Jacob Obermyer, now
deceased; being in th west hslf of th sonthwest
quarter of section numbe thirty-five, township six,
ran ire fourteen. - Th Trws'se ef ssid township will
meet In Keeirrtiia. oa Saturday th lath day of April1
1887, to hear aud eteculn. abontsaid ditch.
By hie Father aad next Priend.
March JO, 18M.12ir8.
Administratrix Sale of Real
TN PURSUANCE of an order of the Probata Court,
I within and tor tho County ol Sandusky in th
State of Ohio; made ia a certain proceeding held,
wherein Susan Tottoa as Administratrix on th es
tate of William Tottea, deceased, was petitioner, and
Olivia Tottea and other, were defendant. 1 will, on
th 201 h day of April, A D. 1967, at 1 o'clock P. M.,
at the door of ihe Court House in Fremont la said
oonnty, offer for sals to the highest-bidder, but at sot
less than two-thirds th appraired ra'ueof the sams:
In-lot numbered n'netr-five, ninety-ix and niaety-
serea, (95, 9 07,) in th Srcond Ward of the City of
Freawnt, la sain Hanenssy bounty, oaiag tne doss.
stead property of said WiHism Totlsa, now deceased,
appraised at four thousand dollars. ($1,000.) .
Tsaaa or Sals: Ono-tbird of th purchase money
to bepaid en the day of sal', sad the balance ia two
equal hiet&Hmeiits at nic (0) and eirhteea (IS)
moats, th deferred payments to be f oca red by mort-
?ag on th premises sold and t- bear interest from
ha dar of rale. 8C34N TOTTES.
- Ae Administratrix oa th Estate of th lata Wil
liam Totten, deceased.
March 22, 1807 12w4. pf. $A2a.
AJOTICE TO TEACHERS OF
At Common Schools. Th Board of School Ex
aminer for Sandusky County will hold sessions for
examination of candidates for teschers esrtificates
at the B ish School bnlldlnz, in Fremont, on the fol
lowing ders: April 13th, 20th and 27th; May 11th
18thand26th; June 8!b aud 22nd, ard July Sib.
Examinations wlllbeg a at 11 A, K. No candidate
will bs allowed to enter tho class after 12 B. Each
candidate is required by law to pay fifty coats as a
condition of examination, and tc leive a stamped en
velope with the clerk of the beard. Stationary will
b furnishd by the board. Oandtdates Will please
takeaotice, that I ha law rrquires, that they must
pass a satisfactory examination In Uu theory aad
practice of teaahing.
Th law provides or four grade of certificate, Six,
twelve, eighteeo and tweatyfour months; the signs
filus and minus may be used by the board to indicate
otermediate grades of qoaliocatiOD. A osrtiB-rat
for six months minus isdicaiws vary Inferior oaalitt'
cations, and do teacher, holding such cartinaat,
should bs mployed by school directors except as a
last resort to avoio Having no scn-oi at au.
.. . f. M. GINN 1
c J. B. I OVIL4ND V Examiners.
- WST. WALLACE KU33 J
Fremont, April 1st, 1S67. 14. tf.
(SO- or SAKE S)
4aF THE CONDITION OPTUS First Ttatlenal
W Bank Of Fremont, oa ths morning of;th
First atoBoay at apru, isoc - - - -
Not and BtUs
...I TS.0'0 5T
Over Drafts .......
Furniture and Fixture .
Cash Itsms (including Revenue Stair. pel
fra from National Banka .
Due from other Banks and Bank-rs....
U.S. Bonds decositd with I'.B. Trcasux-"
er to secure circulating Note.-.... 00,09S OS
U . o. if onus oeposi-eu wica u . a ireaa-
arer to secure Deposits... 26,000 00
Other U. S- Securities, deposited with U.
8. Treasury to secure Deposit 25, GOO OS
U. S. Bonds and Securities on hand.... 1,760 00
Cash on hand in circulating n olei of oth
er National Banks a 3S1 00
Cask on hand ia circulating Notes of
Stat Banks 815 00
Scad and other lawful money 81,319 83
Capital Bt-ck paid in .$10,0i.0 M- , . ;
Surplus. Fund 19.5-8 91:
Ciiculatlug Notes out standing 9,600 00
Individual Depcsita 101.8CS 21
U. 8. Dfpo'i's -,T vi ; lo,te 8 .
Deposits of C a. D'lsbrrnh.g ' - ' '
Oncers 78S 6
Due National Banks 2 715 11
Profit aid Loss 9 470 88
S33. 939 19
I, A. H. Millie, C.sui-r of Th. First National
Bank of Fremoot, d solemnly swsir that th above
stab ment ia true to the best of my kcowletfg and
oeuei, A a. eujLbn, tr-niar
rStsrnel " i S Sta Ohio,
I uldlilu I s CoBkrvor Saxiiomv. .
Sworn te and subtcribed before me this 2nd day of
April, 1D17 . B. Vt. . CL.LLA.
14. w.2, Notary Public.
... STATEM E N T
' or the cOHMTios or THS
Western Insnrance Co.,
; OF BUFFALO NEW TORK,
rS THE 31st DAY OF DKCEMBER, 18oS, made to
Vjth Auditor xifQhl), psanssl to. the state tp of
Vaaioisie. g. ? J t ; .
...... ' " t. CArrf At..
The amount of its canltal atock all caM
Bp, Is.. ..-. -v.-f3M 000 S8
ASBTS. - -'
Cash of the company on hand, and in th
hauda olag-ata and other persona,... $ 98 S81 SS
The bonds aad stocks owaed by la.
aropaay - 252 000 SO
Debt du th company sec ured by mort-
gag; 87 S44 49
Debts otherwiso ssraied, .......... E91o0CS
Premium notes not due,.. 9 132 44
All other securities, . . -. ' IT 884 80
Total Assets of the Company,. '02 896 OS
" lit. H1WL1TIES. ,i ' .
Losses unadjusted, estimated at f 21 o!0 00
All other claims sgsiast the company .. 2 292 80
Total LiaaOftlaa, . 7 ..... 81 2 60
i IV. KI8C ELLAS EDS .
The greatest amount in any one risk 1500000
The greatest muut allowed by the role -to
be iota red hs aay .or eHy, town or ' ' '
vlllace, ............ No particular rule.
Th rreatest amount allowed to be ia-
ordiB aaT-oBDLas not to oxeeeu.. levsrou
Th amount af -it capital orsarnings
deposited ia any other State, as secur
' ty for losses therein .....No deposits
.. Stati or New York, f -CorsTT
Gibson T7 Williams Tire President, and Edward B.
Smith Secretary of the Western Insurance Company,
being severally swora, ceposesna say, max tne tore
going ia full, true snd correct statement f th af
fairs of ss'd cwmprny, and that they are th above
described officers thereof. . .
GIBSON T. WILLIAM3. Via PrtrUni.
I EDWAB3 B. SUiTH, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, tbis If ih dar of
laSAL.J e &. MAUU'Jtlt
riva owT-BTAaT.J . totarf FaUic
OvrioE or the Acditoe or State,
Columbus O., January 18, 1867. J.
It la hereby certified. t!tt the ioreroins is a correct
copy of th statement or the eimdltioa of th. West
ern "insurance Company of Buffalo. N. Y mad. te
and filed In this office, lor the year 1E67-
sasL.l witness my hand end seal oaeially. -JAMES
tt. G0DBAN, Judilar 7 ate.
By Jaxes WiLLuaSC'AuCsnt.. , ,
- . - I. E.. AMDEN, Agent,
(I3w3.) , ..;.Freoioot,-Ob9.
Home Insurance Co.,
: OF. NEW YORK. '
a .- .: - '
29tft Semi-A ttniiat Statement, showing tht eon-
' ditiOAof Me Company m Ate 1st -1
day of July, 1866.
Casta Capital, sa,000,000',00
Assets, . 3,4fle.a2,O0
A vry large'per centof th. awrta of th Compa
ny consist In Bonds and Jiortgai'SAud UnitedStat.
Thla Company by its efficient orhoers aad mow at
home, and its agents abroad, has built up an organi
sation tccd to aeac ia th VnMti Stmt for Paa
MA.TEXOV and Biliakiliit.
All parsons seeking Insurance should remember
th Hom,f New York.
.. x CMABI.S9 J.BABTlN.Prasldsat,
- ' A. F. WILklABTH, VleePremdeat.
Job McGl, Secretary.
I. H. WAsaara.v, A est See'y.
11. W. B. "leLSIiLAS, Aft.
Frsmoat, Ag 18,U8v.
Fremont Fur Market. Legal Advertisements. Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
C1MA MD GLASSWARE
And a Good Supply of OIL.
Come in and examine our atock and joq
will find the
LOWEST P R I C E S.
P L O U H ! !
la eoDBeetioa with the abore kje will eel the well
Croghan Mills Flour.
Meal, Feed and Bran,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
D ott't torget lie Place
Vallette, Moore & liaison Block.
E. B. MOORE & BRO.
Fremont, March IS, 1867. llyl.
LA1YDGRAF & ER1Y8T,
OatheFike, West Kaa af Bridge,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, TALLOW,
HIDES, PELTS, DRIED
FRUIT, &c, ic.
We have constantly on hand
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Family Groceries !
Which we offer at the
Lowest New York Cash Prices.
fST Salt and Flour always on hand
Highest prices for all sorts of FUR.
Don't pass by the Wild Cat Siyn.
FRKD. J. LIK03BAF,
. JOBX41. ERNST.
Joseph L. Rawsou & Co.
Forwarding and Ccmmission
. Calcined Plaster,
Having pirehased the entire property knows as
"Fremont Warehouse & Steam
At th head of navigation oa the Sandusky Hirer,
w. r. prepared to xscevre store, and snip
AND OTHER PRODUCTS.
' Joseph L. Rawos is Managing Agent.
Office at the Ware House.
L. Q. EAWSON, . ) t '
JAMES MOORE, Fremont, Ohie.
Fremont, If arch IS, 1867. vlanLit'.
A Chanoe to Make Money
A jViw and important Invention.
Improvement in Shovel Plows.
The anderaiened h.. veeentlv epeelved a natant fnv
aa important irnpreremeat in Shovel Fowsaa in-
provement wmcu practical Farmer and alecbaaie
who hare rxaxaia'd It, pronounoe of the rreteet
atliitv sad Is aw ready to dispose of SuU and
Ooaaty Right on Ubaral Urai. .- .
Por fu thr particular e to th invntioa aad
ttres of territorial rights, address.
a. w. jAusaun,
- Ballville, Saadasky County, Ohio.
Ballville, March 8, 1MI. 10nj3.
Lake Erie & Louisville Railroad,
ON and after Tuesday, iVov. loth, 18, train wll
raa daily, (Saaday ncestod,) as follows:
Leave srwraoat, at 1 -iocjc, r.M.
WiaSars,. ....... SIS
- Kaasaa, S 33 "
Asssdca, 2.44 '
" ' Jaoka 166 i-
Reach Poatorta, Aid "
' tear Posterta SiS
" Arcadia, S.fd te t, -
Arriv at Piadlay, ' t
Leave Piadlay, at 7.30 o'clock A. U.
- Araadt,. ...... r a. u
ArrrnatPowtoria, M "
Laav Fo.tort.... .. S.6 "
- " Jaeksoa.... t OS
s Baneasw .... 9S " -..
Winters. 9 42
ArriveatPrvnoat, ....1013 "
rrsBMaa, ;v.v is.
Train only stopoa signal.
Trains leave Fremont la thaiorDlnff. a'tertacar-
rival of Train fro an Cleveland and Toledo, aad ar.
rlv t Fremoat ia u,e af teraoooin time to ru.Mrt
with Trains on th Cleveland Toledo Hail Road both
lee tanu wees.
Pasmgsn ky this liae raaah Ptaalsy several aosra
ta adraatos of aoy other reat. .. .
Bur Tlekt.vla Fraout,l Cleveland aad Tole-
do,at tkaTiekatOSeeasf the Cleveland aad Toledo
Xj.Q. BAWSOJt, aspt.
STRUGS OIIaIN FREMONT
! , o Tsa -
asl Side of Ihe River!
THS auderaiga.1 has parahasedTth weil knowa
formerly owned by Jease Tanness,aad he hacenlarg.
in Sara ana is new prepare to to a saag
THE TAXNINO LIXE.
WANTED--300 Cords of Bark
W CASH PAID FOR HIDE3. Ji .
Tanning done on Snares
8trict stteatloa paid ta
W solicit a shar. of pabii satrosace. and sr.
warrant oar workaattsfaetory.
a, a, sutunuou.
Fremoat, March t, lo. lOlyl.
9. W. BUB BR, J. O. BOSB3AUGB.
Bsnaraetnrera aad dealers ia all kinds of
'orior and CAani-Jcr S?fs, :V7
Parlor, Cane and Wond Seat CT.airs.J .
IScfa, Tttea Tttts, Lounats,
Ertennion. Dining and Brtakjast TableZ
Parlor Tables, BiUt Stands,
Writing Denies, Wood Brackets,
Burtons, Wasiintf tilattds.
Wardrube, Ojfice J)eks,
Office Chair. Mirrors,
Spring Beds and Sfatrassea,
Of all style and price.
W manufacture all th above to order aaddora
parinjin th best style.
W do all th business ia th undertaking lin aa
ar agents for
Fiak'e Patent iSetaUe Barrial Case.
TURNING DONE TO ORDER.
Arch street, ta th rear of Bibbert's ner
To get you Flour, Heal aad Peed.
y GO TO TBX
To get your grist ground, your Wheat Cora and
We have made 3vral iroproverouts the Is st year,
which enabl-s a to give a LAKHS TIF.LD aad
GOOD FLOUR, and we can suit the custom trade a
well as any mill In the country. But to aeeoBiddat
all, aad give satisfactlra without delay, we will rz
chang. Soar for wheat, giving to all aocordiag to
quality of wheat bronchi. Farnera wi.hing meal for
table-a, caa have th.ireora bolted by briogiag a
bran-bag. We grind Boekwhaat Taasdsy aad
W caa sell western Sour for 7, 110, and $11.60
abrrrel,aad good winter wheat Sour for $13,60.
Just remember the piac, th ateani m-)l, corner of
Water aadGarriaoa streets, opposite June's Fuadry
where you caa buy good Soar, buckwheat floor, bol
ted meal and feed of all kinds, ia quantiti ta ait
purchaser. Cash paid fcr w heat, rye, ens buck,
wheat. CAMFlfcLD A GKBSEMAN.
Fremont, u, Jan. IA, 1557.
Farnfiure Ware Rooms.
C. W. TSCII17MY,
TASKS slasar In announcing that he ha enlarg
ed and Improved his Furniture Manufactory aad
Ware House Booa,situt.douthseornrof
Front and Garrison Streets,
Directly opporit-T. Clapp'sSten, where be ia pr.
pared to supply all In waat of Furniture with as go.
an article, and as CHBAPas any other etabUhasat
la Saadnsky Bounty. FU stock constats of
Burm. Tablet, Stands, Chain, Bedsimdt
PARLOR FCRNlTURg, and ia fact every article o
Puraitar. requisit t. hone, keepisg. All deewrid-
tiono' Furnitur maantaetarad to order aad W AX.
Call at tar Ware Roooaa.
I have la.t be tit a splendid SBABSB, aad am pre
pared to acooafwar mnerala, furnlahlug C0FFIB8,
fee., ia my lia. COPf va always aa hand, ev aad .
ta order Immediately, fa have aie. oa head
FISKS PATENT METALJC BURI.
Badeof Imperishable Bateria!a,nmlcd Inside
and ouUo prevent rust, sad the eiterr.r ha a fine
Rosewood 8ms tt. Whea properly cmeated th rr
matns of th deceased ar free from irruption of wa
ter or th. depredations of venaln, .nd may withou
offensive odor b kept as long as desired, tkaa obvil
atlng toe aeawaaity of kaavj bsxial. I have then ot
FrsKoat. Jaa 1M4. C. W. TWsTTin V.
An Effectual Worm aiediciue.
Drown's Vermifuge Comfits,
Oa WoBa Loixsoes. Bach sickness, undoubtedly,
witbohildrea aad adults, attributed to other eatteer,
la occasioned by worms. The "Yxitnirroa Comsits,"
although effectual In destroying won, aa da aa
poesibl injury to th rcost delieeat child. Tnis val
aabl combination has beea saoeeasfally used by phy
sician, aad foand to be safe and sur iaaradleatlng;
worm, so hurtful ta ohildron.
Chll drea ka vlaf wsnas requlr taaaasdiat aV
tatiOB,a neglect of th trouble of tea eaaaaa pro
longed alckaas. ' f.
MymptuaMB r Warns la Childrea ar often
overlooked. Wonne ia the stomach and bowels canev
irrttation, which caa be removed only by the cs of a
sur remedy..- Th eorsbinatioa of Ingredient sasd
la making Brm't - Vermifuge Camutr" la such aa
to give th best possible llot with aalty.
Cl'KTl.i fe BKUWN, Propriator, New York. Sold
by all Oealer in Bdiiees. at 26 cis. a box riylawn
C. thilrm ieisas'S. iVacWsusd 4- Sami.
ftr Saadasaty Ceaafy.
r A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
Beqcikes IaxtniATs irrmioj,
A!ti ftsncur as caaaaaD.
Irrilatioa of ih. L,atirr, A.
fermaueulTh .sat AbU
eatae, or Cousuaaptlost
,. - ta orras raa acaeLV-
EAV1TO 4 BIEBCT LVSLTESOE TO TSS F4ETS,
. SITE iailEUIATB BELlKr,
Far Braaehltia, AMhaam, fatarrh, Caa.
saasptive aatt Throat UueawM,
ZBOCHXa 4BB TSBD W.TB ALWATS SOOB SCOCSra
SUTGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Trsckee useful ia clearing th voice wbr
taken K Tri..-inM at SneaAinr. uid r.lil . ..
throat after an Raasual exertion of tbe vocal organs.
Th Treskcs ara recommended and prascriVd by
Phytdcaana, and have teatimoaialafrom eminent men
throughout th country. Being an article rf tru
merlt,and having arawsd theirefflcacy by a test of
many years, each year Snd them ia new kcallitl
in-variou part of th world, and ti e Trrrket ar.
aarversally pronoaaeed better than other article.
Obtais only "Bxowa's Bioscbial Taoenis,''sna
do net take aay of th. Wnihlett tmilttim thattasy
beoffared... Solo stkrtwekul rtsaidxapi , :
C05St.-nPT10 ICBlBLi: BUB.
8CH E NCR'S ItDICIES.-To cor. Cen
stuaption, til. syetsm must be prepared so tht tb '
laaga wila heal. To accoaipllah thte, th liver a ii
stomach must drst be cleansed and aa appstii crea
ted for good wholesom food, which, by tre aili
ittwiiT v digested prep-rly, snd tfxii healthy
blood toade; thus building up th cunaiitatida.
Scheack'a Xaadrak Pill cleans th. stoma ah af .11
biliouaox aaueous ascumulstloiie; and, by using th.
Sea Weed Tonic ia encct:oo, the appetite ia re
stored. . ,
Schenck' Puhaonle Syrup i Batrlritra as wH s.
aiedlrna!, aad, ky using th thieo reuaedita, all im.
pnttrleaar. eipelicd from Ah system, aad good.
wholeeom blood aed,wbteb will repel all dieen,.
If patiantB will tak thesa medictaea aecordlug to di
rclioaa,Conumptia very frequently in it la tntage
yield reeiily to tke artion. Tak the pilla fr
quatnly, to eifans theliwr and atatach. It de
not follow tbat leeaua th kowel ar ait eoetive
they ar not reonlred, for ott!etime la dlirrha
they are accessary. Th stomach must b kept
healthy, and aa appetite created to allow th Pb(.
mosaic yrup to act oa lb respiratory organ prep-
rljand allay any Lnitatiua. Then all that ia re
quired to parioraa a Deraaaaeat awr. la, to pre von t
taking cold. Bxerciea about th. rooaas a aaucli a
possible, sat all th richest food fat auat, game, aad,
ia (act, authleg th appetite cravaat but be partie-
luaad araatieet wlL iSyl, Mw vy ato. a ta-aj