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FRIDAY,.....; APRIL 26, 186T.
Adjournment of the Legislature.
' The Ohio Legialatrre adjourned tine
die on W ednesdaj morning of last week,
after a stssion of three and a half
The Chicago Election.
. The result of the Chicago election is
not nlj a Republican success hut a
Republican gain. The last really con
tested election in the city was that for
President, in November, 1864, when
the rote stood as follows:
Republican ticket 14,545
Copperhead ticket.... ... . . .12,704
Republican majority....... .1,841
Last year the Copperheads knew they
were beaten and gave up the contest in
advance, polling only 4,500 Totes. This
year the canvass was very warm, but
the Republican majority is nearly four
thousand a gain of fully two thousand
in the last two years.
Declines Being a Candidate.
. , Gen. CoMur, editor of the Ohio
Stale Journal, having been nominated
for Governor by a correspondent of the
Ashtabula Sentinel, writes to ilr.
Howills, editor of that paper, declining
the honor in the following brief note;
. . Dear Sir: Ba kind enough to ear to my
gallant friend, Major Covell, tbat I am not
a candidate fcr any office, until alter
Franklin county shows a majority for Man
hood Suffrage. Very truly,
J. M. COMLET.
Upon which the Sentinel remarks :
Thia defines the General's position clearly
enough; but we are sorry to see him put hii
services out of the reach of his mends, be
yond such a contingency aa a majority for
fcanhood Suffrage in Franklin county. It
is Very much like the next day after judg
teent. We hope oar brethren of the press
Will everywhere, present as earnest a deter
mination to labor for manhood suffrage
above all other considerations. .
General News Items.
the President is to be at Raleigh, X
on the 4th of May.
It to asserted that Ristori has made $300,
COO in this country.
There are now nine hundred and aixty-siz
prisoners in the Ohio Penitentiary.
It is reported that Major J. H. Gee, former
commandant ot the rebel prison ai rjausourj,
died recently in Mobile.
Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War,
arrived at Mount Vernon, Ohio, on his way
To visit his mother, who resides in Gambler.
The Maryland Constitutional Convention
ra carried by 10,000 majority. It will assem
ble at Annapolis the second Tuesday in May
fhe dead body of an unknown female was
T.mii.vniA sTv nn Satnrrlsv
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morning;. In crossing a fence her bonnet
strings eaoght and had strsngled her to death.
Accounts from Bio Janeiro state that 143
" deaths occurred from cholera between the
9th and 14th inst, in the little capital of Rio
Grande del Sud.
The Trade Unions of Chicago sre prepar
ing for a great public demonstration on the
1st of May. It is expected that 30,000 work-
ing men will take part in it.
A Queenstown, Ireland, correspondent
says: "There is sn almost general exodus to
the United States. The class of people emi
grating is generslly of the comfortable farm
ing class." ......
The official can vass of the Connecticut elec
tion shows 91.15J votes registered, which is
30,000 more than ever were cast before.
Governor English's majority it 987.
Sometime sgo they started a female semi
nary in Salt Lake city. It flourished well,
but in the height of its prosperity the Mor
mon principal eloped with and "married"
the whole school;
A man on the stage of the Boston theater
mt the mdirnnns meeting. Sundav evening.
ut a ridiculous figure by trying to lay his
new hat on aa illusion mantel, mistaking the
"Horary scene lor a rvumy. k
A leading State Senator of Virginia pro
poses a compromise with the colored voters
so as to give tbeea the entire Congressional
delegation if the whites are allowed the con
trol of the State government.
The trouble in Chicago between employers
and working men relative to the eight hour
system, seems in a fair way of amicable ad
justment. The workmen will work eight
hours and receive a proportionate reduction
A good many rumors have prevailed with
in fc few days that the Government was ne
gotiating for the purchase of Sonora and
other Mexican States, and the price named
for the ssme was ten millions in gold. The
State Department does not seem willing to
furnish any confirmation of these stories.
The Radicals wiU sweep Tennessee in Au
gust like a whirlwind. Their mass meet
ings are attended by thousands of voters,
who, both white and colored, commit them
elvs unreservedly to the radical platform.
The latest Mexican advices all agree that
Maximilian is closely invested and hemmed
in at Qneretaro, and if taken is almost sure
to be shot. A few of his adherents still
garrison the' City of Mexico, but must sur
render or be taken at an early day. A trag-
se end to the entire romance is not far off.
A correspondent of the Toledo Commer
cial says that ten thousand dollars' worth of
musVrat skins have been bought and ship
ped in Ottawa county within a month. The j
average price was 28 cents.
At Ifeecah and Menosus, Wisconsin,' one
day last week, the numerous mills and
saanufactories were compelled to stop work,
in consequence of the races being filled and
wheels clogged with fish from Lake Winne
A woman named Finn, who was far ad
vanced in pregnancy, was gored to death by
a mad cow. at Highland Falls, near. West
Point If. Y last week. Her entrails were
torn out. and a male child was released from
its natural fastenings. It is still alive, and
gives every symptom of growing up.
' At the April stocks sales in Madison coun
ty, a few days ago, some fresh milch cows,
with the calves, were sold st prices ranging
from $45 to $61 75 each. One yoke of oxen,
weighing 2,400 pounds, sold for $147 25.
Stock cattle sold at an average of about $6
Mr. Beechcr can not go on the Plymouth
excursion up the Mediterranean. Bonner
insists upon having the manuscript of the
new story, and Beecher is pressed for it. Is
order to meet this "previous ergagement,"
the Plymouth pastor must remain at home,
and go to the Holy Land, Au, some other
The Fredericksburg (Md.) Herald tells of
a merchant who had a pleasant April-fool
joke all to himself. He gave a tea dollar
counterfeit greenback to a country boy whom
lie did not know, but who, while the
merchant was passed it upon his clerk
for fifty cents wortk o sugar, receiving
$D,50 in change.
Col. Roberts, the President of the Fenian
Brotherhood, is to delivers lecture in New
York on the 9th of May, on the subject,
"The Freedom of Ireland Iudipensible to
Universal Liberty." The Tribune says: It
as expected that President Roberts will, on
this occasion, take strong grounds in favor
of universal freedom and franchise to all
races and colors.
An exchange says: There is now living in
Lawrence county, Ohio, a gentleman who
separated from his wife in Pennsylvania
mans- years sgo. He came to Southern Ohio
and married a Miss P , of Marietta. Af
ter the second wife's death a daughter by the
first marriage brought about a reconciliation
Ikiwmii her father and mother, and they
were remarried more thautweoty years after
the data of their separation, -the rk wife be
acoming the third.
A few davs ago a man called at a police
anstion in KaarYork and left a package and
letter for the police Captain. The package
contained a complete est of burglar's tools,
and the letter proposed a renunciation of the
craft oferatktman. He had served term
in the State prison, he said, and on attempt
ing to renew bis business, be found the po
lice so ubiquitous that It was resolved to
aera aa booest living.
Burglaries and Fire in Toledo.
Burglaries and Fire in Toledo. Two Houses Entered and a Citizen Shot-
Burglaries and Fire in Toledo. Two Houses Entered and a Citizen Shot-Arrest of the Robbers-Tour Buildings
Destroyed by Fire.
[From the Toledo Commercial April 23.]
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It baa been known to tlia Police fir some
days that the force of burglars in the city
tn IK. ir
bad been reinforced by tresa arrival from
s broad, they have been wafchine for them.
Nospeoial demonstration vera msde by the
by tne rogues untu fTiday nrgbt last, wueu
the events below-stated took place;
It appears that Marshal Bond had, within
the previous 24 hours "spotted" a suspicious
stranger, wnom be bad pceo "shadowing.
About 12 o'clock Friday night, he fell in
with this, stranger. oa.Suuunit street. and
pretending to be in search of a""good thing,''
was alter a wane enabled so to fain bis con
fidence as to learn his character aud his
business in the city, . Matters were raoro
snd more freely discussed and various pro
jects spok n oi, when it w: s agreed that they'
snould join teams snd commence operations
on the premises of David Smith, whose barn
they entered the more fully to complete their
plans, i cis wasaoon l er u o clock JL. 41.
Here the stranger whose name was given as
Haggerty, exhibited a lack of confiileuce
in his new confederate, was "not much ob
it But his apprehensions, were finally
quieted, and It was agreed that Haggerty
should enter the bouse through a back
chamber window, to be reached over the
shed roof. Bond in the meantime keeping
guard and holding his associate's shoes. As
soon ss the burglar was fairly in, the Mar
shal stepped round to the Superior strect-
sido of the house, and gently rapping on the
winuow,tndto Air. Smith that a burglar was
in his bouse,at the same time suggesting that
no noise be made, but that at the proper
time he (Mr. S.) should seiae hold of the
Marshal, as if taking him for a burglar, and
thereby aid him in carry ing out his plot
But it would seem that in natural excite'
ment of the circumstances and not fully un-
derstandine thenlan suffpsti. Mr. 8. call
ed to his son Willi; m for assistance, where
by Haggerty was alarmed snd fled from the
house, escaping down the back stairs and
out of the window in the dining room, fol
lowed by the Marshal. He ran out the front
way into Locust street, and turning west
ran with all his roiclit. - Marshal Bond pur
sued with good prospect of overtaking him.
until tbey arrived near the corner of Lae-
rarge and Erie street, when hearing pistol
snots in tne direction ot .air. smith s rest
dence, and concluded he was more needed
there he ran back.
While these events were transpiring, an
other family, that of Mr. Clark Waggoner
editor of this paper, at Ko. 434 Suiieiior
street, where the recipients of a somewhat
similar "suprise visit. ' A noise in the bed
room awakened Mrs. Waggoner, who sup
posing it to be caused by a member, for the
family, called the supposed one by name;
but getting no answer, aixi tearing a seced
ing step in an adjoining room, she said to
Mr. w . thn "there wasa thief in the house.
Mr. W., aroused by this remark, sprang
from the bed, and noticing the front door
open, started for it, when he saw a man run
out. Following immediately to the door, he
discovered two men, one behind the other,
runing m the direction of Locust street
Giving the alarm, Mr. W. returned to dress
himself preparatory to following, when he
discovered that his pants and vest had pre
ceded him in the direction he proposed to
go, but at too great a distance to be of much
service to him. Proceeding to supply their
absence, be beard a noise in the neighbor
hood of Locjst street, and followed as soon
ss possible. Arriving at the residence of
Mr. amitfa, he was shocked by the intelli
gence that that gentleman had bceu shot by
one of the men above referrcl to, the ball
having struck the bone of the right arm
about ha'f way between the-blionller and
the elbow, passing through, breaking the
bone and lodging in the fleshy part beneath.
It seems that as the two men approached
Mr. Smith's house, he with his son William
and daughter, Miss Gertie, were in the yard
looking out lor the burglar who had just left
their house.and when they were opposite Mr.
S. and running as fast ss possible, he called
out to the one nearest him and about 25 feet
distant to stop. At this, the burglar still
running, bred a pistol at Mr. IS., wounding
him as stated, and seeing Mis? Gertie, abont
20 feel from her father, he fired a .second
shot at her, withont effect. At a side gate a
little further on, was William, from whom
he received a blow with a club, but not suf
ficient to stop him, aud the two continued
their course towards Lagrange street and es
Immediately after these events, word was
given to the 1 olice throughout the city, and
at the depot, and every means taken to arrest
the guilty parties. About 5 o'clock Satur
day morning, Officer Byrne discovered a
man about the old packet dock, whom he
suspected as oce of the parties, and soon ar
rested him in a saloon, tie gave his name
as Haggerty, and was at once recognized by
marshal liond as tne leiiow whoeutered Air.
Smith's houce. which he confessed on being
confronted. He made other partial revela
tions which led to the belief that the man
who entered Mr. Waggoner's house and i hot
Mr. bmitb was bis brother, and the other a
relative and accomplice; but he refused to
make any tangible statements in that res
pect He is a young man not over 25 rears
old, but badly reduced by the r so of liquor,
snd when arresiea lmrceoiauy exclnimcrr.
'For God's sake, give me some whiskey!"
In this confidential conference with the Mar
shal on Friday night, belaid be had recen
tly left the Michigan State Prison at Jack
son. The excitement produced by the news of
these events, and especially ot the shooting
of Mr. Smith, was intense throughout the
city, and the feeling seemed to deepen thro'
out the day on Saturday. It would not have
been safe for (he prisoner to have fallen into
the hands of the people, while the assassin, if
then caught, would Lave seen rough times.
The sympathy manifested for iir. Smith
among all classes was very marked, and a
universal wish expressed that he may toon
recover from the murderous assault.
Last night a few minutes aficr nine o'clock,
the alarm sounded for fire, and the rapidly
spreading flames were found in complete
possession ot tne trame buildings at the cor
ner of Snmrait and Jefftrson street. Four
buildings were destroyed, all occupied by
business firms. .
[From the Commercial of the 23.]
Last night, about a quarter before twelve
o'clock, while the rums of the large fire
chronicled in our last issue were yet smoul
dering, another alarm was sounded. It
proved to be the brick building in the rear
of the Oliver, used ss s livery establishment,
known as the Oliver House Stables, and oc
cupied by Messrs. Olisnn fc Dickerson.
The fire Department were promptly on
hand, but before the flames could be got un
der control the inside of the bnildiiig with
nearly all its contents was consumed. 25
hores were in the stable, and all but one of
the poor creatures were destroyed py the fire.
The news by the cable assumes a bell'ger.
ent tone again. . France is said to be drifting
into war. Strenuous efforts are making to
supply the French forces with breach-loaders,
150.000 of wnich will be ready to serve
out within a month. The army of Lyons is
ordered to hold itself in readiness. The
news produces a panic in the London stock
exchange, and a general stagnation of busi
ness paralyzes all industrixl enterprises. The
London Times says that Marshal McMahon
has been sent for that.the French government
may deliver an energetic note to Prussia on
the Luxembourg question.
The jffew Orleans Republican sr.ys: "It is
worthy of note that among the Registrars
appointed by Major-General Sheridan forhe
Second City District appears the name of Mr.
T. C. Thomas. Mr. T. is a representative of
the large and respectable class of free colored
people in this city. He has passed the meri
dian of life, is a native of this city, has been
for many years a commission broker in Ex
change Alley. He is a man of irreproacha
ble character, and his appointment proves
very popular to all classes of citizens."
At Junction City, Kansan, on the 3d inst.
man named William Moore, while seated
at the breakfast table with his family, drew
revolver and shot his wife desd. Soon rf-
ter hj placed a pillow under his wife's head
as she W avoa the floor, lay down beside
her, deliberately swt himself through the
head .and died in a tew minutes. 1 be neigh
bors were too much frightened to prevent it
Govenor Hawley, the defeated candidate Sn
Connecticut does not seem to be cast down
bv the result of the recent election. He is
editor of the Hartford Press, fced speaking of
the result says:
"Thopgh temporary checked, We are in no
sense dismayed, or dubious about a heal and
near triumph of our principle. Whoever at
tempts to run a high-pressure pro-slarery
boat over these waters will strike a rock. We
give notice that w hsve taken a 'lower holt,'
and the grip is not relaxed.
A Cbarlf ston correspondent says tbat at a
meeting held there cm the 2nd inst, compos
ed largely of old Democrats aid Secessionists
was unanimously agreed that the freed men
ought to be premitted to have a candidate of
their own color on the ticket tor the conven
tion and Legislature. . A letter w as lead from
Geo. Wade Hampton urging the policy of
giving the negroes repreiisnttiop.
A vast national cemetery for tiieutermtnt
Union dead in the Peein'ola l'is hero
completed in the vicinity cf Norfolk. " The
remains ofover twenty-one hundred soldiers
have been interred in. it, in which number
New Turk. Pannsylvauu and Massachusetts
regiments have the largest repromutions. I
A correspondent of the Toledo Commsr
rial, writing from Elmore says: Last year
about 50 new buildings Were erected within
, lire vurinjiauuu. uuiuwiuk iu iua uunuviai
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coming season, it may
it may be of interest to
some of your readers to know something of
the size and business of our town, and for
their benefit I will state that we have a pop
ulation o( about 1,500; with three churches,
and two more " Under process of erection;
three schools; one hotel; four dry good stores;
mree arug stores; uoe uuoi ana saoa siore,
one baker; two jewelers; two saddle and har
ness shops; twelve grocery stores; ore plan
rirg and shingle mill; one grist mil); one
wooden-bowl factory; the Cleveland , a To
ledo R. R. Co. have an extensive shop here
for . repairing Railroad iron; two cabinet
shops; three wagon shops;, six blacksmith
shops; two lawyers and two doctors. . The
fur trade baa become quite an item in our
commerce. There has been spout $10,000
worth of musk rats hides bought and snip
ed from our county witLin the last month.
The average price mid for hides has been
about 28 cents each. Mr, George B. Heller,
the lately appointed (copperhead) United
Siatea Assistant Assessor, was politely re
quested to make a surrender of his office,
ic.over to Mr. James Kineham, of Port
Clinton, on last Saturday. Heller superced
ed Kineham, but owing to a change recently
made at headquarters, Kingbam has been
reinstated, much to the gratification of his
many social as well as political friends. He
also made an excellent officer no better
selection could be made. The dsy good
store owned py Mr. Martin Witty, at Ben
ton five miles from here, on the Northern
Division of the C. fc T. R. R., was consum
ed by fire this morning, at abont 3 o'llock.
Total loss. The building and goods were in
the Horns of Kew York, for $200. Sup
posed to be the work of an incendiary.
From the Findlay Courier: Died at his
residence, in Liberty township, on the 9th
instant, of Lung Fever. James Coorca,aged
51 years. Mr. Coopkb has been a resident
cf this county 33 yean. He leaves a wife
snd eleven children to mourn bis departure
for tbat "bourne whence no tiaveler re-
Manhood SurraAQE. "A reform so iona
deferred and so imperatively demanded by
every consideration of justice and right, can
not fail now. We believe a large majority
of the people of Ohio will vote for this
Amendment and therefore regard its adop
tion as a thing accomplished. We shall.
however, advocate it zealouslv. leaving no
effort untried that will help to ensure its
success." . ,
The Fremont Journal thus speaks of the
Constitutional Amendment, just submitted
to the people of Ohio. We wish we could
share the confidence and hopefulness of our
friend of the Journal. We regard its adop
tion as a thirg not accomplished but to Ot
accomplished by hard labor and persevering
advocacy of that which the Journal promises
so zealously "to leave no effort untried, that
will help to ensure its success." The in
trinsic justice of a measure will not com
mend it to all men; and however jost, equit
able or politic this one may be, there will be
thousands who will not vote for it, if thev
are not labored with their prejudices re
moved, tbeir sense ot right awakened, their
patriotism appealed to, and their judgment
convinced ot its propriety, policy and party
advantages. In short, all that is just and
fair in the way of electioneering labor, ap-
piieu in as many ways as were are mindsto
be operated upon, wiil be necessary to carry
this amendment through. This is not so
hopeful a view as we would like to take of
the subject; but it is best that we should
look the matter full in the face, and under
stand the exact measure of the difficulties
that lie in our path that we may prepare
for the battle, with the full purpose of vic
tory. If the question is earnestly and clear
ly presented to the people, it will be approv
ed. In that case we have no fear of a fail
ure. But if it be left to take care of itself.
and to be judged by the prejudices thst hang
about us all more or less, as it will be pre
sented by the party that has almost depend
ed upon these prejudices against the negro,
it wi 1 be defeated beyond all hope. The
Union party is fairly committed on this sub
ject. Ho dodges or subterfuges will avail
us. we "bold the wolf by the ears; and
we must slay him or be devoured. This
year we must go through with this matter
snd go through with it as if we believed we
were right and willing to.. treat. tha right, j
We are not to apologize or sssu me the defen
sive, w e must be aggressive, and, carrying
the war into the enemy's camp, we must
speak earnestly and strike boldly, and by
that sign conquer. Asfitabifo Sentind. ..
[From the Summit Co. Beacon.]
Our readers will rejoice with us, that the
Legislature of Ohio, has by the requisite ma
jority, in both branches, adopted the Joint
Resolution, submitting the . question of
amending the State Constitution, so as to ex
tend the elective franchise to all loyal citi
zens, without regard to race or color. The
resolution, after one or two slight amend
ments, and alter much nuibustenng by the
"cods." passed the House on Thursdav even
ing last, by a vote of 63 to 23, a strict party
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nor a Democrat for it. - This, of course, pis -
ces the party thst sympathized with the late
rebellion, squarely upon the record, not only
in opposition to extending suffrage to col
ored citizens, who fought to put down the
rebellion, but in favor of giving it to deser
ters from the army and Shirkers from the
draft, who, by their action and sympathy
did all tbey possibly could to make the re
bellion a success.
[From the Time, Seneca Co. Tribune.]
. We regard this as the proper and fitting
time for this great and important question to
come before the people of oar State, for their
approval and rejection. Our Congress in
their enabling act of reconstruction, have
put the ballot into the hands of the colored
man in the South, and it is but just and
proper that what is right in one portion of
the country, is right in every other portion
thereof. In ourjioceptance, Voluntarily, of
negro suffrage, the southern people will see
no cause for a feeling of humiliation in ac
cepting the terms of reconstruction offered
them, and the world outside, can frame no
charge of inconsistency against us who have
so manfully struggled for freedom, and have
so gloriously gained the victory.
The Columbus Journal fully defends the
justice of the disfranchising clause in the
Tbat there is no hardship in the disfran
chisement of men guilty of the infamous
crime of desertion in time of war is so obvi
ous a proposition as to scarcely deserve the
space required to mention it Desertion it
a crime the most revolting to the mind of an
honorable man in all the catalogue of crimes.
It combines the meanness of cowardice, the
perfidy of perjury, the villainy of betraying
comrades sud leaving them ia time of dan
ger, and the infamy of treason. It deserves
a death for each component element in its
sum of infamy. But Father Abraham was
merciful, and few deserters met their de
serts,,. The law of Ohio disfranchises every per
son convicted of rape, carnal knowledge of
insane women, bigamy, incest perjury, sub
ornation of perjury, argon, attempt to com
mit srson, burglary, robbery, entering house
by night or day without breaking, and at
tempting to commit a felony, assault with
intent to eommit murder, rape or robbery,
grand laroeny, stealing or destroying bank
notes, Ac, receiving or buying stolen bank
bills, falsely persooating another, forgery,
maiming, shooting, stabbing, receiving sto
len goods or harboring thief or robber,
horse-stealing or receiving or concealing
stolen horse or thief, counterfeiting or dis
posing of counterfeit money, guilding cur
rent coin, selling or conveying land withont
title, administering poison, assisting pris
oner to escape, violation of election law, it,.,
Ac., tc. Yet not one of these crimes is
equal in magnitude to the crime of desertion,
cr so despicable in character.
Definin' His Position.
The "Fat Contributor, 7 while at Nash
ville recently, was requested to dene his
position on politics, which he did in a letter
to "John Happy," of the JTashville Banner,
,'1 am aware of the necessity of knowing
just where a man stands in these times which
try men's soles as well aa the upper leather.
To begin with I am an Old Henry Clay
Wilis, of the Polk School. I believe in the
Hard Cider Platform of 1840, daring which I
cast a somewhat colored vote for Jackson. I
TOtcd aeainst Ute assassination of Lincoln,
and am Til favor of the imucdigte impeach
ment of Jefferson Davis. I favored the Min
Lsw until they tired on our flag, together
with several cf our flagstones, when I went
in for a vigorous prosecution of peace. I am
in fsvor of women's rights, if it is agood
looking women snd she writes to me. f
don't know much about the Monroe Doctrine
and as for horse .doetring, 1 dont know any
thing; at all, I wouldn't vote to oblige
Mormon to have more than one wife, ana am
opposed to introducing cholsra into the ter
ritories. I go in for a tax on water tails, an4
am willing to allow chignons representation
in Congress on the Lsis of population,
finally, I am in favor of allowing the mgro
vote in the South it is the only way to
make treason odorous,"
Gen. LeFever of this State was nominated
Saturday, as tjovercor oi n asmngion
Territory, but wi rejected by th Benal.
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TnC MOST PROMIVKIVT AMORS Tin
JEROME, GERMAN, SARATOGA,
BROADWAY A BOULEVARD,
Aodtnej sre all beutiM.
Silk and Cassiwerc Hats,
aTsaafaetiiice eipraaely for em, rtej sn A Ho. 1.
A rail tine of Soft Hsfs, is Fcr sua WenT, o salt
an Is e,aUtj sna print.
Dost to enraeta aa4 sea asMeivyeu bar
yenr Hits. . .
BTJOBXAND'S OLD BLCOB,
. H. LESHKR,
Present, O, sprit MtfcS7. ' " ' JT-n
' Has kmratfh
wtcre he b making: tfe
PHOTOGRAPHS, A. D. WILES.
Prement, April, ISM IStt .
Notice la heresy iva thst I will offer for sets st
IN FREMONT, .
Basihisky Coast, Onto, tks
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
Lstelj own! by the firm of
RYDER & TYLER
At their Store Room la estd city. .
Said Sale to commence) on
the 25th day of May, A.
Bv 1857, at 10 o'clock
A.M., and continue1 '-'
from day to day until the en
tire Stook ia closed out.
TERMS OP SALE i
A eniit of six months with sBrsT4 eusrft
will be gives ee ell sams ezoeedtDf $10, sod au
VU.B IEUV 1U MB IB BUS.
J OSKFH HUKTER, Auifsee of '
" Hvnaa fe Ttlm.
Premost, April 3, 1997 IT vi.
TO FARM ER S .
STEEL, PLOWS !
fKSt BLEEL mould , harassed snd adasted to
J two or three horses. Warranted to be the best
sad eheepeet Hteel Flows la the eonctrr. Don't for
get the pleee. : D. JCNI ft Oo's fonsdrj.
Fremont, Hereb, 8, is7i0m2.
Watch-making and Repairing,
JiO. FABIKG V HZI5F8 BLOCK.
MB. X. OAXiTHSN, an experienced
wsien-muer who aaa worseo. witn ine ceieBratee
Uhrbaad Jorgeneen of Copenhagen
and who Is one of the most esrefal snd reliable
watch-maker and repairere is the oosstrr. Jus joet
opened ibop in 0. M. Wsdaworih's C rookery Store,
where he is prepared to repair, elean sod eet ia order
wstenes aaa sioon IB snort oraer sua st IM lowest
lirisg raise. (IB.)
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
JL V that the (-partnership heretofore enitfnz
between 8. Bneklacd, H. W. Back land sod R P.
Bsekland Jr in the Drag, Paints, Oils sad Book
tssde, was on the th daj of March, 167, diasohred
bj untaa consent The boeineas will hereafter be
carried en the ana same of B. Bsekland ft Sob,
' n w irpii ivn
b!p. BUCbXAMD, Jr.
Tbankfal for past favors, the new firm deal re a
eontinnsnee of patronace. assuring; their friends
that thej will slws;a keeps good sad full stoek of
gooos in ueir line. o. iDiausu u oua.
Pemont, April 12, 1907.
DR. ROUT Z AN' S
Principal Depot, Ho. 40, Main St. SpriogfeM O.
HIS GREAT ERYSIPELAS REMEDY
Will positiTelj ears Krnipelas within forty-eight
honra tf an outward application,
Hin Invincible Goiter Ulntsaent Wilt ef-
ItetaaUj ears Colter, Big keek or Wea withsst
opening the akin within sixty daja.
Ills Celebrated Bleed Parge Will onre all
illnnm originating iron impure Dlooa, or ot tne
Bis Great A arc Heart Cancer Ointment
Will core Cancer withont burning or cutting. The
greatest Cancer Remedy known.
His Infallible Fever and Apue Specific
WiU ears Fere and Ague within hours, without
ijuiolne. Amnio, Zinc orany polios whatever.
' His Hcalisg sad Drl'iB Sal ve Wit cure
Job Plegaee, Cariranoleo, Felloni, Tumor, p leers
Wounds and all Chronie Sores sc. fte.
Pot sale by drnggttta generally, asdby
S. BUCKXASD ft SON, fremont, 0, 17 3)J
Notice to Builders.
C BALED PROPOSALS will be reoetved until May
O 3d. by the underaigoed, Buildiog Committee, for
the erection of s Union School building in the Til
lage of Genoa, Clay Townahip, Ottowa Co, O.
V....-1 ,a k. f Krlnk twn etjiriM hivh. 20 X TOft;
twin ia mod;n ityje, materials to be farniehed try
the contractor:' Haas ei apiactions ss dlswits
theTw'p Clerk, or furniihad oa app.icatba to th.
Building Committee. - 8jo. .
Composition st er Cment
' . ' Roofing;-
RRICTC, OB WSXL-BCBNT CLAT 19 "-KNp
to souraad mixed wttbaaphaltam or eosl taf,
and the brick Sour feavisi; aa af alty for th tor,
FORMISO A CEMEKT,
Walsh, belngapresd, become very hard, while
taislsg sauateient tenacity.
LICENSES GRANTED BX TBS PAT
ENTEE, ' ...
HICHAH1V B, STEVENSJOWi '
taf Oljde, Beatniks OjnBiy, Okto
AWD . '
MRS, A. FARRAND
Basottadap la naoatyle,Bod Opened a
N B IT- S T O R E
la Olapp building. Pros street, sad bea)ustra
aarreds large assortment of (. -r "tl
' emprise ot the meet eUgaat
B0X9KTS, UAT8, RIBBONS, LA
CES, FRENCH FLOWERS Ac, Ac.
ALSO, ' A LARGE ASSORT- --
"MK.Tr OF DRESS BUTTONS,- ,
PAPER COLLARS ?
. BEADS, BAS
KETS Ac. Ac
Stamplat dons for braiding sad embroidery. Mrs
Pamad aaa bad a asmber of years J experience, and
having procured good help, she foele confident that
he can give satiitaetian to all.
Pramoat, April 7 th, 187. flw.
DR. As F. PRICE
VTTOULD rseptutfatry say to the ettisnn of Pre
ss mast sad vkneity, wax annas ep?na mm oi
tee here for the nrsetioe of his srofesaioB. Destiotry.
Having had several years experience with one of the
best operators la the State, he feels ecnfldent of be
ing able So givs eatrifaction sU who stay entrust
taenueme to dm ssiik
In 8t ftair's Block, neirly opposite Hie
i . Post OfScw, op-stab s. (
April U, lMT.-Wyl. .
VCFtWirlsMSnsa eVftQ tj v6 SBcf 4
wis hue a good sajorrserwtsf Goods st the loweet
HvtBtprrarS, he knows be has
the very plseo to laveet Jrie wjeaep to the very beet
adraotaa-, sod befag
s Ms awathterese, sad to the vasts of bis fanrfly.
determined as lone do oee Me tat vlit d and
rarey Wares, after
hti wld Dtrb.es cot af doers, oatla .
st 0. X. WASSWOKTB'B Creekerv and Sianwara
EatabliacmeaS, ea State rtreet, bere he ftnda foil
eta of Chins. Pereelsia sad Plata Wares. Slaae-
warea, uiinc-iasees, s nener assortment than
ess be found elsewhere is
Bavins ire period many of fhess Soode direct froa
Surope, snd saying all from too II aaufaetsrers, less
sell cheap far cash . Try em.
C. M. WAD8WCETB.
- HOOD A DEAL
Have opened aa iUCTlOK sad COKHIbSlOK stor
. sa primt street. They will sell .. .
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
CROCKERY, ; CLOTHING,
or esytUag elte fcr aSTfiedy la this, er Say other
city, or la the eon o try, oaeoarariatloav
If ysa wast anything act seed it la. - 14tf,
B PR I N T I VQi
4- Tb rsbltchvrt of tb
a. ' ' --i
Frsmont Wezkly Jotrkal
Snaousos tbat they have added to thefr
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
A targe variety sf Sew Stylse of Job type,
AffD ABB FRBPABZC TO PRIHT PROMPTLT
very deeorlptlon of
PLAIN AND FANCY JOBS !
. Fosters, - envelopes.
Programmes, Letter Heel,
Sals Bills, BIB Beads,
Patent R Blanks, Bone Bills, ' Professioa'l Cards
Bbuka, - ' labels,
BY THE HUNDREDS ot THOUSAND8.
' Orders fcr Work by Mall promptly B tied.
rremont,7. WILCOX ft GR5KNK.
JJLACK ASH 8HINGLESI
AT REDl'CBD PRICES!
Selected st ft M per 1(HA sad the best kind sold
isn year at faaq Tii pe aoisar ps.wperivcu.
ThfMO Shinrlce have boon found to be durable.
snd it is believed they sre the eheapeet snd best at
the price or say now made.
For sale st the Factory, and by C. W.Toehsmy,
st his Furniture Betabliihmaat.
lend -ft. W. am MOLELLAH.
A Chance to Make Money
A Jphs and Jriportant Invention,
Improyement ia Shovel Hows.
The undenriiaed has recently received a patent for
aa important Gnprovement in Shovel Plows an im
provement which practical Parmere and aleehaaiea
whs have examined it, proaeenee of the gresteet
atility sad is bow ready to dispose of Stats sad
County Rights sn liberal terms.
for fs'tber parties ir a as to tin inveatioB sad
termf territorial rights, sddrrea,
BalMUs, Sandnsir Cpuotr, Ohio.
Balirlile, starch a, IMJ. WmS.
Cwt Opoponax From nextcol j
very rare, rich aad fashionable perfoaeThte
iu.rtiMMwtjrie fRaikBlaotBxed ia theba
-Tlie-Howe -Machine Co,'-
(569 BROADWAY Niw Yov
j: MILES, .piMANUFACnmSj
' THESB WORLD-RENOKED
SEW INC MACHINES.
Wert awarded the highest premium ai the
WorUVe Fair m London, and six first premi
M. A. Ua AT v r-;- 1 qcc j
s rreep m ae a a t jm wir vf 1BUU, tv1U
An lehratd Tor (oin$ tfaa best work, vtiiifr ft marb
iBtmllr setMUvi for th Mine thread than anj ofht
machloa, aad by tha lntrodaction of th not ap
proTd machinerj, wa are now able to RQppW tfaarar
These ninchlnos are made at eur new and
spaciooas Factory at Brldgrport, Conn.,
ander the iininetliate eopervieion of the
President of the Csaipany, aLMM IIOtt K,
3r the original Inveator af tha rJewlag
Tbey sre ar?aptet to all kind, of Pamily Sewing,
and to the aft of deaolitreesea. lrea. Makers, Tailora,
manuTaeiurere oi jnirt-, (.owars, ratria, ijioaas,
MantilliF. CtotliDF. Hats. Can. Cored c Boots.
Shosa, Harnesf, Saddln, Linen Coode, Cmb-ellaa,
Paranoia, etc. They work equally well apon silk,
linen, woolen and cotton goods with eilk, cotton er
Hnea thread. They wiil seam, quilt, rather, hem,
felt. eord( braid, hind,-at:d perform every tpeotce of
aewinr, masing a oeacnnii anapenect atiico, alias
en Mitti ffidea cl tne article, sewed.
The Stitch invented by MR, HOWE, And
made on this Machine, is themott popular and
durable, and all Setting Machines art subject
to tne principal mvenua try mm.
This Sewiag Kaehlne and sample, of Its work may
o seen at tne rumre vi mr Ageni,
FIIss MAGGIE GIXMOBE,
IN ST. CLAIR BLOCK, FREMONT, O,
gs- Hemming, Tqefcinir, urea and CIrsk Makirg
pane la the besteirteaf the Agent', rooms, emC
. Send for Circular
THE HOWE UACHIKK COMTANV,
112 Superior St., Cleveland, O.
. . D. M, SOMVILLE, Gn. Agent.
f'Brach Office-221 Summit &C, Toledo.
March K, 1867 vlonl2yl.
Dt esoasa O'BapI'K, Veterinary Burgeon, has
rrmovea ni. omce to uoorge unrasea . i.ivery staoie
Offiee, where he will continue to treat all earsble
dteessee of tbo Horse. Be will visit hone, wh.a
tiev sre nnab's to be moted.
Thankful for past favor, ar-d hoping by .trie at
tention to buatneee for the eontinnsnee cf the same.
i ;- OKOBQR O'HARLAN,
KaU Hayrps, S. Bncklaud A Sons, J. W.
Failra, M. D . D. Betts. E. Dillon Sod,
8. Birch, d, Err ft dV Tounktnan, George
Hn r diet, Hoc t at Meog, Theodore Clapp.
- . ii - -
Insure Your Bones and Cattle
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Comp.,
Thia Comoanr irgue? Policies oa Live Stoek against
both death or thrft, at moderate rates. - By rnaoring
in thia Company yon exchange n uoeertaintr for a
certainty. No man ean tell whether hiaanhnalmay
mt be etolen, or cie tnroogh acme nnforeaeen calam
ity. GEORGE O'fiARLAN, Agent,
ltos P ' '. .- Fremont, Ohio.
tttOAO QJVaS-DOVBLX TRACK ROVTt
NEW TORK, BOSTON,
and New England Cities.
THIS RAILWAY EXTENDS FROM
Dunkirk to New York 460 Miles,
Buffalo to New York 423 in ilea,
Salamanca to New York 415 Itlilea,
aud is rao
81 to 27 milee Thl 8H0RTEST
All train, run dlrectlr throurh to Mew York. 460
miiee, without chasge of Coach ea.
From and after Aov. 19th. IMS, Train, will leeve
Is connection with all Weetern line., aa follows:
FHO.TI, DUNKIRK ANDSAK.A9IANCA
By New York time from Cnion Depote:
6.06 A. M. JVik Terk Ocy Ezprtn, from Salaman
ca, Daily, (exoept Sundays.) Intersect, at Hor
nellBTi lie with the 6 SO A.M. Day Express from
and arrive, in New York at 10.80 P. M.
T.IO A. AT. Erprcit. HsU,.Um Dunkirk, Dailr
(exoept Sundays): Stop, at Salamanca 9.40
A. M., and connect, at Hornell.ville snd
with tb'CoroiDi 8 30 A M. E'preea Mail from
Buffalo and arrive, ia New York at 7.00 A. U.
4.15 P, M. Art) York FigM Exprtn, from Dunkirk
Daily Cexcept anndaye), Stone av Salamanca
-. T.65, P. II , anilarrWeiin A'-i York at 14.S0
P. M., cnnneetlns with- Alt moon Traina and
Steamer, for Bcalon and Aew England Cities,
FROM OrPFAIiO By Ha York lime from
Depst Cor. Excaan;. and llic'ui Stree..
C AO A. M. Pttt Tort Day Eznrtti, (Snndaya ex
cepted). Arrives in New Yorkab 10.80 P. at.
Connect, st Great Bend with the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western Railroad for Phils-
- - delpbia, Baltimore, Washington, and U point.
South.- - - - '
8.S0 A.M.Ezprtn Mail, via Avon snd Hornell.
ville (Dillv. except Sundtw) . Arriree in New
York at 700. A. at. Cpuneete at Klmirawilh
. Wllliamsport Rlmlra Ratlrosd for Harrla-
burth, Philedelphis, Baltimore, Washington
and points eoutn.
I.JO P. Jtf- Ligklning Exprm, Sunday, excepted,
, . . , atop, ior wood nd wat. only, sad srrires in
. : jNew Yck T M A. M. CosnecUatJertey City
- with Horninf Expreaa Train of New Jrety
Bsilroad for Baltimoro and waehi0ion, and
at New York wi'h storniog Expreea Train for
Hostoa ana iMewangianaimea.
6.14 jre YkrHiU'T.ipru$Bmiti. Con.
-- --neetaatHimsllavilleitii the 4 MP. If. train
from Dunkirk, and arrive in New York at 12.80
P a. AUo eonnectn at lmlrsfor Harri.trarg,
Prdiadelohla and 3-'Uth.
11.90 P-. M. CisetasBia ' Ezpriu. Dally fexeept
Knnaji). Arnves in few York at a so r. a.
Connect at Great Bend with Delaware, Lacka
wanna at Western Railroad, ' aud st New York
with Afternoon rraiDMana steamer, lor Hoe
ton and New New oglandeitiee.
Only One Train East. on Sunday, leaving Buffa
lost 8.10 P. Jt ., and reaching New York at 12 30 P. a
Bo.ton and New England Pnwrurre, with their
Baggage, sre trsnaferred yr oy emerge inNew York.
' THS BEST TBSIIIATSD AVD MOST IXXCBIOCS
SLEEP ING C OAC H K S
llfTBE WORLD ,Afl
accompany sll night trains on this railway.
Bsggags cheeked through, and fare slwaye a. low
as by say other Boute.
rST Aik. far Tickets via Erie Riri'way. which ean
beobtained at all Principal Ticket Omce. in the West
H. RIDDLR, WjTI. R. BaBR,
Gen'ldup't. Gen'l Pass. Agent
Lake Erie k Louisville Railroad.
ON snd after Tneaday, Aov. iOlh, I860, train, wil
run daily, (Sunday, excepted,) as follows;
Leave Fremont, st 1 46 o'clock, P.M.
Winter., 218 " "
Kan.es,.-. 2 33 .
" ej,CB.oa.:.i. 2 6
Beach Foetoria, 3 14 " "
Leave Foetoria ..... 828 "
Arrive at Findlay, .. 4 30
Leave Findlay, at 7.30 o'clock A. M.
Arcadia, .... 8 08
Arrive st Foetoria, 8 30 " M
Lesvs Foetoria 8 45 " '
Jackson 8 08
Kansas,.. 6 1"
Winters 9-f'i . " .
Arrtreat Fremont, ; 10 16
Fremont, Aov., lido.
Trains only itojan signal. . ,
Train, leave Fremontln the morning, after the ar
rival of Traina from CIcrcland and Toledo, and sr.
rtvs st Freanent ia the afioroooain time to connect
with Train, on the Cicvrand & Toledo Ril Road both
Saat and Went.
1 PaaaeBfrarsby thik bn rosea fciaalsv several hours
la advance of any other route.
i Ticketa. via Fremont, in Cleveland aud Tolsr
do, at the Ticket OSoesof the Cleveland snd Toledo
L.U. BAWSON. Snp't.
One Year 1 avers
Extra good roc te. tAi a. oozev. arosKh.
Oonsorrls, 1 Khillirig. 10 shilling ff M0.
Delaware " " ti S3 ?5
Hartford?,' 2 . '" $i Ea
For !e by tl.e subscriber at the above rates.
JOBS V. BEERY,
March 8. 18C7 10m2. ' i . - . Fremont, Ohio.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Notice I. hereby glv that tbs
partnership heretorbre sxi.tin. ucder tbe f ran aud
style of Coudit Bros 4 Co ,1s thia day diarolred by
mutual consent, S. D. Oondit retiring. The buFioeaa
will hereafter be aondcle4 under the Sna and style
of Brandt Conais.
Thankfal for the extensive patrooaie hertoore
benowedupoa as, weresr-eotfuUr roHsit s eon-'nu-sce.ofthe.ime.
BRANUI m- C0NPIT.
Frmnoat, Aprlll,l7, I
New "Goods !
Opposition Invited Com-
HEEMON & ':: WILSON V
Are in the
with an entire
Goods, - bought since the
great decline in Cotton
Goods, and will be sold at
the lowest living prices. We
have the finest selected
stock of Dry Goods inNorth
ern Ohio; and at prices that
deiy all competition;
Splendid Calicoes at one shill
ing per yaril, Brown Sheetings
at one shilling a yard, Bleeched
Muslins at one shilling a yard and
the entire stock at prices to cor
respond, and embracing all the
new styles of the season. A busy
store and an-
prove that the inducements we
offer are real and' popular. You
will do yourself
you fail to give us a trial.
r - '
Thanking g the nublic for
their past liberal patronage
and solicitinga continuance.
, ; HEEMON & WILSON.
Fremont, April, 1867.
New Stock of
an injustice if
in return the
ana the best
STATEMENT OF THE CONDI
TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY
of HABTFOSh, on the Slat day of December, 1S68
maue to tne Auaitor or vnio, pureuant to ins .tat
ute of that Stats. -
The sajount sf its Cap ItsTftock, all psicr ? T
spin ewh .-..-.. ....HMJ)X 90
Cah of the Company oa band, sud is the
band, of agents or other persona...... ..$102,757 SS
Bond, and axocss owned oy too company o3,sBe 73
Debt, due the Company, secured by mort
Debt, otherwise secured Loan, an per- '
sonalsccurity 88,315 00
All other property 10000 00
. -. -" . r't .
C Total amet. of the Company.... ..f79S,437 02
Louee adjusted and not ue'.-..;;:..'...'..24.t00 00
Loeee. unadjnated ;......;... ..:10,00 00
Loasea in auepense waiting for further
proof... r..k...,..,......... I0.00 00
Another claims againt the Compantr;.... 100 00
Total liabilities , ...i.f 47-100 80
TF. MI8CEIXANKOU3., ; . .
The greatest amount insured in any one '
riek ?IO,0CO SO
The amount of its-capital, or earnings de- -
posited in any other Stats, ss security -
for loess, therein : 87,000 0
Depo.it reo-xired la Ohio,- nuuie ajnroslly. ' - 1
Stats or COKyzcxriccT, 1
Cotktt or BiRirOSD, J
J O. Balurenn, Preeideut and Rodney Dermis Sec
retary of The Travelerainaojancs Company, .being
aeverally .worn, deaoae and say, that tne foregoing
Is a full, tree aud correct .'aiementof ,tr.aflrs of
the said Inrarsnee Courpsny, snd thst 'they sre the
shove described. ocrrs thereof
... J. G BATTitESOy, President.
!''..' - RODNBT DSN NIB, Secretary.
Subscribed sad .worn before me, thi. S2d day of
January, 1.07.- . - - - - - , .
fSSALJ . " , -UnAS. B. WILSON
Frvs ckkt STAirr - Notary Public
Omcs or ras Acoiroa or Stats,
Coiuarsca, 0 J ax. 30, 18S7.
It 1. here by certified, that the foregoing i cor
net copy of thb atstement of condition ef tie Travel
ers Iosoranee Company of Hartford, t'onni, amis to
and died in thia ofsc, for the rear 1807. s
Sxal Wirnes. my hsnd cfflcially.
JA3. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State.
By Jas. WIU.IAMS, Cb'f. Cleik-
CRRTmt'ATB OF ACTHnRITY.
- ( Tt txptrt ea tht Slit icy nf Jtn Ui.'t-
Omos of rss Apditos or Stats. : f
Isscsaxos DxrasTnuT, 1.
i Courascso. Jan. SO, 1887.)
Wbebsas. The Travelers Inaamacs Company, lo
cated ai Hartford, ia the Stats of Connecticut, ha.
filed in thie office s sworn atatoment of its condition,
ss required by ths sct-" regulsts Inaurane? Com
psniea not lneorpirated by the State of Ohio" pass
ed April 8,185., snd amendfd February 9, 18?4, and
the aet '-To regulate foreign Insurance Compsniea,'
paaaed f pril 6, lSd;sod Whereae, said eoeppany ha
furnished the undersigned satisfactory eriiinca tbat
it isposesed of an actual Ca-italof, at leaat, one
hundred and Atty thousand dollars invested as re-
Juired by ea'd acta; and Wheress, aaid company has
led in thia onice a written ieatiuwent nndsr iteeor
poises real, signed by the President snd Secretary
thereof, autlionaing anv agent or agnnta of said com
pany la thi. Stale to acknowledge service of process,
forand in behalf ef said company according to the
terms of is'.d aotof AnriJLS, 18i6
JVow, therefore, iu purinanos of the act. aforesaid,
I, James B. God man. Auditor ot theSUteof Ohio,
do hereby e-rtlfr thst said Trsvslera Inaurancs Com
pany of Hartford, Connecticut, ia authorized to trans
act ths business of Life sad Aesident insu-ane iu thia
State, until the thirty brat dsr of Jsnusry, in ths
yesr one thouaanoVeight bundrrd snd sixty eight.
.OKA., .u .' J "."J,D;,
S!i!l l th! T' f i
TS" J7L J - I
JAS. H.GODMAiV, Auditor of State.
' - By Jas. Wil.LlAua.CbTClerk.
D. 8. C-Aarisin, Agent at Fremont, 'J w3
Amendmentto the Constitution.
THE STATE OF OHIO, t
Orrics or uis Sxcsktaby of Stats.
I WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, SECRE
. TARV of the State oi Ohio, do hereby cs.-llfj
trust the following ia a true copy of a joint resolu
tion, passed by the General Assembly of th Slate
oi vnio, on me ouiuay OI Aprils A. V. i&Of, lacen
from the original roll, on file in thi. office.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto ' subscrib
ed my nams snd aSxed the Great Seal
l. . of the Stats of Ohio, at Columbus, the
Sta day of April, A. D. 1W.
WILUA1I BENBT SMITH,
Secie'ary of State.
Relatlye to aa AnfBdi)ient ef the fJonMl-
tutioa providing far the extension ef the
Retain be Ik: Ueneral Attembl of Ike Slate of
Ohio, three Bribe of the members elected to each
Roue agreeing thereto,! Tbat it he and is her?br
nropgaeU to tbe sleelora of thia Stat to vote, at tbe
hexlannual Oci.oer C." "" l" """" "
rejection of tba following amesLirivr.t aJ a nbsi
tat for the first aeetioD of tne Huh articla of tbe
Constitution of this Stat, to-wit Erery malo citl
tn of the United SuW,4C th a of tweutj-ca
yT9, viiit aball JjTsi Vn reiitlat cf th Di&te
ona jearnait arttaodiiBf the tMuoo, of the
eoaatj, townrbtp. or war ia w liiah aa auch
tlnM aa maj b provide J law ( s c ' rt uen psirsnna
h oorne arma ia ao'wport o( abjr l&aorretios
orivbllioa aatDat tb fOTrnrat of tfaa poitd
StatsM. or have ted from their pUcea of resiLVore to
avoid batnc drafted Into th niiitarr avrrio tbcrw-
of,or hav 6aertd tha military or naral serrka of
goTrnmni in time t,rar, au fiav cot ud
awtioeotly biran haaorabl diaoharf-vrd from thar-xriv-.
abH bT ths? qtaalitJtsationa of at? cioy an1 be
entitled to rot t all rlccUctf. KI-' A. P AJ.ROTT,
fspeaker of the H'tfte of Ttfferefientfctivea.
of Cfca Stani.
FMaed IfrU l.lStT: Ma.
Uyaud prudene. and that the energetie and econo
Z??J?Z.K? management of tht Copin!a affair, entit'e.
THE CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
COMPANY baTiog eompleted, Fqaipped and
pat io opention eesil n Uuairel niitM of tfair
Road, from Saaramento, CaliroroiaV, to v.'hlo 12
Mil'i of tu aommit of th Sierra eVeTaJa Motxa
taina, tontiast to offer for ial, tfarovgb sn. tbair
FIRST SIOHTGAGE BOiVDS,
!iiued ia onuforraltjr with the AC. of Ceogmnsrsd
itbelkw. of the Ste.te of California, npoa the divis
ion of their Road located in the State of CaMiornia,
and extending one huuered and dity six mile, from
Sacramento City to the California State lino.
The Booda hive Thirty Year, to ran from July 1,
1865, and are secured br s First Mortgte,eonntitut
taj aa ehtnte prior lien oa lb porti-.-a of Road
above named, with a3 the rlgita, f aeeqiees, equip
ments, Ac pertaining thereto.
- The amount of these Firet Mnrtage Bond, to be
isanftd pet mile islisiloi by. law to the amount of
Caierd states Boausallowediud Issaed to aid ths
eooatiuetion of the Road, and the mortgage by
which they sre secured is declared br act of Congrraa
toaseistif ote a lis n pxior sod .uperior to that of ine
C iutd -Kites government.
IDVicat at th. rat. of Six p r cent per Ancsm,
payable SemlAnnnally. na lhA ?irat daa of Janu
ary snd Jul.. Principal and Interest parable in
UNITED STATES GOLD COIN,
in t'c city of New Tork. '
The price of the Booda ia txti for the present at
95 percent, and accrued interest front January let
j in currency, the company reserving the right to ad
oes the piica whenever it ia their istartat to do eo.
ine Bead Tonus tn-wes;era part ef the awiu
trunk of the Grtai Ifati&m&t Pmcttt ttailrmmA- anlh-
oriied, edoptedacd al,:e l brfse jaiui (lata Gor
.rsausl. It rune through the heart of the rie'.ieet
and most populous section of the Stat of Californ
ia connecting ma ,.
EXTEFSirE XWIXQ REQIOX3 OF If ETA
DA, UTAH AXO IDAHO
with Secrrmentd ar-d the Pacific Cot. from etu
their Dupniiea einst bodraws) and th Earnlrg of
the r.nrftm, s'm.. mnntn. - i
n Priton 're1y running are very heavy, and
largely ia exese. of the interest upon ths Company'.
Havine been for some time familiar with the oner-
sti jceof the Central Paeidc Rillroad Ccmpany. we
are saTisaeo that they are conducted with rare aoil-
tbera to the corfidecce of Caritalits sn 1 of the nub
ile. - we bare earefnitv investigated the progress, re-
eworfspii. mrH proppfctn of the Road, acd bare th
toil?! eonfldenc) tn its auervva. and ut tne Tata
and sabilitrof the ein.panj'a se?ar.tia. Th at
tention of Tntvtrea of K sta tea, taatittion, and in
dividna's deairinga ton a, rafe and remnnPrat.Te in
t at rr ent. is ep?eiallj InTitedao tbeaa First Mort
OrtfaT raav he forward M tons tiireet. or throoarh
the priocipal Banka and Bni-r in all pa-ta of th
TlVrolrtanfns ny beTaa,, n drart oa Sm Tork,
or in lgl Tender Nofs, Nntlnanl Bank Not? s, or
nthT'f''nd enrrnt in this ctr, and the Bonds will
be frrrwarded. to any ad !re-i bf Gxnress, fret ot
flh&rre. Jaquirlfs for fnrthr farticnlars, by inall
or otherwise, will reft!- pnnctaal atten'ion.
FI?K ft HATCR. BsPrters and Detlere in Gown
xnend nHti.a, No. 5, Vasea 3.ret, ti. Y.
N. B Ail kictls of rCT.rom-n( Seonrittea reoetr
ed at the full market pi ia ?xcng for tha
aboT Bind.. Also,
TgrAU drstrr'r.tipDS of reracot .-W-iiiU kept
crn-tr.utiy fu hand, nd 5.:gtTsolJ, or Kxoha"d.
L?24C0iaj-I IJ. fouuos bought, aold,
g.irPpo?itrece:Td en liberal ternia, subject to
ebvi k at sltjbt.
trs"tlle iota a?ala thronhont thr- eaantry.
SjXiaeMlan-ona 8trck and bcnCa botrght and
soj'. at ta Qto. Iiciicge on coTum'fj-i'-a for eah.
CFecial A tl nation girea to kl-.e Kschi,c? of
ewa-Tuir j N-s of a-1 th 8riee fcr tiiVKew
FiVe-Twenty Boada of oa the mat faTrabla
tenra. 18mO. S.M.P.
ATTACHMENT KOTICE. JnJius
W. Groat, plalntid, against Albert C. Ssrssut
J-iulnt. BHurci M. E. T)r, JueHee of the Peace
oi Paadnssy TovueMp, tjaadu.kr Couotv, Ohio
On tit iJ-ti" o April, A. D. ld"l. ssid Jnn,ce.l
sued an Ortle.- of AI'achiunt in the aNive action for
the ram of Trelve Ooiiare sad P'x: Cents
WL'.CS W, 680-iT.
Fvetshnt; April ,;. ' 18
7 ?jJwftefurti)g: jf46Jii)hie?t.
STRUCZ OIL IN FREMONT
East Side of the Rirer!
THE unlereigned has pareaeed tse wetl knows
i' - : - - i. .-
forsMsly owaed bv Jssss Fawnees.asd keaas earls rvw
. UseasMaa4Uaewpiaasaa4 tales saa(
THE TAUyiNO LISTS,
W1NTED-300 Cords of Bark
taT CASH EA1D i"0a HIDZ3.
Tanning don on Shares
Strict sttaatiaa said to
Weao'lcit Sahara sf pa bile patnmaga, and wl
wsrraatourworb satisfactory. -W.
rrerr-ont, March , l6.-10jl.
G. W. HUBaR,
Maaufactarars sad dialers ia an blast, of
Fork and Chamber GetU, r -
Parlor, Cane and Wood Beat Ckairt,f -,
Sofai, TeUm Tttes, Lounpes,
Ertenition, Dining and BrtaJefatt Jhilt
Parlor Tables, Bible Stands,
Writing Dtels, Wood Bradctit,
Bureaus, Wasldna Stmmds, -.
: Wardrobes, Office jMefcs,
- Cics ,. Chairs, Mirror,
Sprlaf Beds aad BlatraaMtp'
; Of all styles aad prices. "
manuracturs ail ths abovo is order 'aaa da ra-
pwiDvin the beetetyls. -
Vfe do alt the basinefs ia the sedertaktng lias aa
riiK- P Mt nelalie BarrtsU Caao.
TURNING -DONE TO --ORDEB.
Arch .treet, ia the rrsr of Bibbert. new
. . . 1S-M- -
HF Ij O TJ ELm
GO TO HEX
, To get your Flour, II sal aad Feed.
GO TO THI jti
To get your grist groasd, rear Wheat Con sail
We hare rsade a-ive si improvements the last year,
which enable, us ro gie s LAB6X TIELD acs
GOOD JLOC R. end w can suit ths enetom trade ss
welt s any mill In the country. But to seeomSdsta
sll, snd ?tve aatisfactioa without delay, ws will ex
chansw Hour for wheat, giving to all aeeordivg ta
quality of wheat broncht. Farmers wishing meal few
table-use, cn bava tb.troors bolted by bringisg a
bran-bag. Ws grind Buckwheat Taesdsys and
We can sell westers Sour for $7, lis, sad Sll.M
a brrrei,and good winter wheat floar for flsAS.
Jaat remember the place, ths ft ram sa'tl, ooraev of
Water and Garrison street e, opposite Jese's Fsaadry
where you can bay good ttosr. buckwheat Soar, bol
ted nwal and feed cf sll tondaia quantities to salt
purchasers. Cash paid for wheat, rye, r-ra si rock,
Fremont, O, Jan. is, 167. -
Fnrnitore Ware Room!?.
CJ. W. TSCHITMY. -
rTvirT.: Mlsaal.raI(l aaBUaatriBaTt1aaBl -
I d ad Irarovad bia faraitar Matrafaetory aad
V Sjrw. ex sj ii car VrVniria)U U ' MS WIBU .
Front and Garrison streets.
Directly opportT. Clasp. Store, when be la are
pared to supply ail ia waat st f srnitnre with ss goo
an srticls, snd a CHBAP ss snyotbereetsbliahmeat
la sanaossy county, nil stock eonautt of '
Bureau. Tholex, Stands, Chtart, Bedstead
PARLOR FCRNIIVBR, sad is fact every srticls a
Furniture requiaiia ta ssaes keeping. Ail deserts' -tionsn
Fsrsiture manufactured to order aad WAB
BANTSD. - Call at ntj War Boo as a.
i giTsi.i KMviiK b eptearaia aunfii, saej am sro
patoaoooarfaoy rnerala, furatshiagCOFFlNB,
te.,inmyuao. COtrrtvs always oa hsnd, or mods
to order Immediately, la bar also oa hand
FISK'S PATENT METALIC BURI
Kadeof Imssriehable materials, enameled Isetde
and out to prevent raet, ana the exterior bss a tno
rtowwood luiah. hen properly esmeateu ths re
mains of the deeeaesa are frss baxa txraptioa of wa
ter or the depredations of vsrmia, sad may wrtaasj
offensive odor be kept as long ss desired, thus olTlf
a tics the necessity of bastj burials. I have them tt
i -wca. .
raHBt.JsB IMS. C. W. TSCHUB1T
FREDERICK CYBIAX, T
FBEA'CH FANCY STEAM DYE1S8
AD CLWSIMQ WORKS,
104 -HRea Street,, CleTelanS; OUoi
Agency for Fremont,",
Mr A lb a ht II. Ricb. Front Strist.
First clans dying Id all it kraa.chea, I eatHsa
esTjecial attentioa o( gwatlma to th iaaproe4
Freech tyla of cleaning or redyeing of made ap gat
anta. (XOmS.) '
Cigar Stars 1
Tyler Block '
Opposite th Bask of
1 TTOntDrepectfnllT announce to the eitijeus of
ft Fremont sn4 surrounding country, thst ho has
Just opened sn entirely new stock of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
which he ie prepared to sslt. Wholesale sad Retail,
at the lowest figures. Be would especially Invito
Hotel and ialaoa-Keepers, to sxamins his goods, be.
fore pnrehuing elsewhws. CUS WIN'S TOBACCO, of
the best brands.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, MATCHES, CI-
IneaiJlese variety, eosxtaatlv oa hand.
f7 City aadoountr customers will bo mpplisd.
witb everything ia my line of basin, at reason
Fremont. Jane 1, lM-5jl.
MAFUfACTURER AND DEALER III
ALL KINDS OF .
TOBACCO AM) SEGAliS!
Ia Baeklauial'a New Block. Opposite the
Ss WaalH.l K I.
SIGN OF THB BIG INDIAN.
GKOCKRS.Salooo-hcecers, snd HoUI proprlsrrO
sre especiallv invited to call sad exsmlatomy
3tock.It is the largest and most oomplsta of say
aowkeptia this eectiou of theoountry.
My motto t. suicf sales sad smailprbBts.
Frenosit. !Tv. M.ISrii .Tvl.
i -', - '
TF VOU BEQG1RC A BEUABI.B KIM10T
to rt atore you and rercci-e irreriUri1ie or efc-
perirnee was proved that
i,d. UAHVEiisFEJULF PILLS
hare no equal lov Bemoving Ooalrustioas aud Irres
nlarities, so aTATTaa faoa wbat cams tsit axjs
Th y are safe sail ran ia every asse. trie. Cm Dtt
lev, per in. '
., r till. UaKTsVSGwUE!l PILEJIs
Is a remOy tour deree strtCgit ihsn tbo slovo
audiatendai lot spocisl esse sf. long -tf s lias -r
Prlos, Firs Dolls-e per Bex.
A LaAiei Private Cvcalar, with frmiMga.
if . cannot get the pill, of voar mggivt, aed
th. moner to lir. J. Brysn, g! aroaJ.V: rw
vork.snd ihey wiil be mi free (mn orrr.V.. !
'' l'e oovloni f
BLANKS af all llltQ. roj shhaad nria'eo to" oiear
at tb. WM0jrt .gviuiAiorrics.