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TIME TABLES. CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD.
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TIME TABLES. CLEVELAND & TOLEDO RAIL ROAD. LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE R. R.
v - MATE.
POST OFFICE HOURS.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
fktmk MUmII tut, lNtt ir .
Wav 1UU reins last, closes at 10:00 A. a.
Thryuge Mall going Wet,eoeeat Uj
Way Mill going Woat, eleeesst.... ....... r. a.
t hreugh Kail fri th East - W:0
Way Mall tna ths Krt opw et IMt.M-
TKrwagh Mn frw ths WMt t TJ0
Way Mail frem the West epeaeat llievA.Bt.
OPENS. L. R. & L. R. R.
BUlll knave M th L B A L B Bat W
Balls srrte " " ..
t stoirersvfll, TsaayB ud Fridays at... 1 F. .
T BhscBwasp,rUardya.t .-.
ll,d..eeA eerrl -ee are regularly held la the follow
tng ChMehea U this siky, every Sabbath, at th
lnin Criaoor At, Circuce, eoroer of Mark.t
and Mat Streets; B. tiWi Pastor,!"), a.
a, aa T r. at. Sunday SehoolntS Prayer
tlaf Beee'edey arming.
' fuuTiiiui Oaram,ararMrim aad Mala
treU In.I BCHnmruUt; Xi,uH
I SertaTTTitiTTl tT- Meeting every Wed
say " Bt.PasV (KnaoorAi) Careen, Rev. 0. H. Totnro,
lector, comer Mala and Court Streets; 1CX (a. .,
HllM. BoxUjSekoolAtl r.a. Ltatut mij
WnSnay trrming U th. ok.rx.
, iMuattsM PtoBt Btnet,totwWBHrkt
Jeha Strata; Itar. J. B. Tiomoa, Tutor, MM
i.I,olIr.M. Sa.iAj Sohool t a. K. Pnyw
tnnui CBCBos,aoia tekudOemrtBkwt
KM. B. Lam, rMter; UK A-ul 1 1. .
st. Joan's (Catmuo) Csnos, Crofku BM
Bot. Stun BoviBtMor; bus mmrj Boraimf at I
'aloak! BowUrt aad mtlnte of ONigatioa, Low
Bam 'lock A. BIkoi Boloom Ham at 10
etook A-, (ta Wurtorat 1;) Vpt oeisek
r i ewarioMaij Bmwlistloa at T r. Ban.
ar Saaool at Im
Bt. Ana (CaTsolk)) Carata, Btata Stwet, l
r.D-Aacr, PajIot; lint Kah at s'elock, a. .;
Baaosa Hlf Maaaat Ua'doek, A. a. dar-laj School,
r. Taayan, I r. a. .
FREMONT READING ROOM.
OMaaalljboatA.a.to)r.B. Tha laadiag
twUy rkMntcoaiallaMMoaf.all Mta laadiog Mag -aiaaa
aad tha Baad-WoekUaa aaj Waakltca jo.U
jjoaSW. BaaiMtahlB T1oa.1i for GoaUamoa M 00;
Laaiaa f 2.0. Ttrkata auj ko oMaiaal of tha Pna
iiaat, at tka Flrct Hattoaal Bank ; oc of tha U
ktariaa, at tka JocasAi. Offlaa. .
LAND FOR SALE.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
riaaaaat, Baat. T, !..
rOUBE AMD LOT awaa4 hy G. C. WoolUnL alta-
atadoaClorar Btraat. oa ln-ioi. oa no
fST Tama lihaiaU Kaaira of w. H. Aaoiawi at
Aa ofiaa af taa l.: a. a.-- vo. ,
taatont, lUreh M, 188T 18a. . .
House and Lot for Sale.
EAB th. Pnabatariaa Chareh. Will ba anld
-i it :j tkin IkaMft filt fl.V.. Till.
irAat. Aaaairaattha 8ha Stota f StlXBMAN
Houbo aad Lot for Sale.
A BICE HEW HOUSE oa Naaolaoa Btraat, with
OAtiat, kite baa, two bad-noana aad aaatiy tw
a . thiaa rood roooa aa taira, wall aad aiatara,
aw laaaa la boat, (aad stdawalk aad for aala eaaap
oa liaara tanaa. Kaqalia at Bakar A Hoaabaatk'a
CaDiaat Sbaa. 13oil ) LEVI HCBiS.
A M1CB HOME and oaa aera of Land, with bait
traaa and oat-haildinn, ia tha eitj of Fremont,
r ehaap aal loaf time for aajawata; alao about
of aa aara aa Wataratraat, ta rmaumt, auitaMa
or A.y AMnnfee taring aatKbilahmaat, aad aaar tha
aaiaaaa aoruoa ot town. adKiurooi v.d.ua
rraaMBt, daa la, lWI-atf .
T?0R SALE OR RENT A beautiful
JL ij laeatad alaea af taa aaraa, K of a alia from
Fraoioat, oa tha wtat aida af to riw, a aoairarta-
BtnUldiafa, a food wall af watar
I anlaadid rardaa wau ataoaao wiia urga aaa
aaull tralta. Tha Meaaaa ia aa plaaaant aa aui ba
Ikmaa aasnt FraaMat. Aal tha alae eoamAada a
la. ti.w of Um lirar and a! tj. For aartlea lara eal 1
eaoTaddroaa. THADDKUS BALL,
rraamt, April 11, HOT Una.
Farm for Sale.
rrtHE CNDSRSIGHED oFara for aala hia Farm, ait
I . ia Jaekaoa towaahia. SaadaakT eoaatr, O.
airtt milaa aoaihwaat of Framoat, and thna milaa
rtkaMtsf Wiatar'a Statioa. oa tha Lata Eria A
Loatrrilla Baiiroad. It aontaiaa About M aeraa of
laad, fiftf to atxt of wax ta aaoer (007 en 11 itauob,
tha balaaoa timbir; a aaw frame aoaae, npwarda of a
fc.nlrii iMAri trait tnoa. two walla of naTor-Ailinc
watar, aad aU aaeaaaarf boUdlnga, all imw. For tarms
aad othar partlaalara inqalrn at tha Jmtml omoa,
rramoat,oVof N. B. BUtSBUBO.
Fab. tL lWT.aasl. wiatar'a Btatioa t. O
Farm for Sale.
T OFFEB for aara mj Farm of oa hnadrad and
1 aiitj aeraa 1W aeraa aHtaraa tana, in a aija
arata of enltiTatioa, tha balaaea ia hearj tiabar
Iriaa wlthla thirty rods af Fort BtoeeA. and within
thrae-fcartha of a mil of a od wrist Bill and baw
Milt Thara ara oa tha Una, two good Paiiisc
Boaaaa, Waah aad BmohaEouaa. Ollit ander tha
whoiai Cora Oriba, Bara with Bbada, two acTarfail
tnrBpriara op for tha Hnnaa and oaa lor tha Bara
Spring House, Orahard of Mo 1, Grafted Fratt,
aneh aa Appiea,0herriaa, Paara,Vnlaoaa, Peaches, Ac
For aartioaiara aa to term. ate., ealioaor addresa
at Fort Beneca, Poatofliee, Banaea eoanty. Ohio,
A wo r U JJ 1
Dae. T, 1899. tTpd
Farm for Sale.
I ta BallatUe bawaahtp, Baadaakj ooaptj-, Ohio,
tear miles eoathweat of Freamnt oa tha Sasdnslj
rlaar, eontaiaUf M aeraa or laad mora or leu, orar
AO aeraa ander a food ata'e "t coltlTatim, lu of it
riaor bottom aad tha balaaoa timbar, aitaatad oa
Ioed roads, a eomfortable hoaaa, frame bara, buggy
ease, food eollar ander the hoaaa, wood house and
other oat door boildisfa, 1 food walla of water ana
el. tarn, aa orchard of 40 Urge beariag apple traaa of
eboioa fruit; alee au, peach, plum, cherry, and
other aammar bait. Also a hoaaa well eitaated for
BOAking syraa. For farther laiormattoa esq sire of
(Umo) JAKE3 EIETT.
FARM FOR SALE. THE 8UB-
aerlaarwiahaatoaail hia (arm ta WaaklnrtoB
Township, BandaakT Coaaty, Ohio, t milaa Weat
from Erament aad I asUea Booth ol HeeeTiUei eear
talaiaf M aeraa W aeraa ia ttll aad 30 aerea ia tim
ber. The aaille limaatona loam, and prodoc'.iT?.
Tha buildings esaaiet of a comfbrtablo tram? dwell
lug hoaaa, a food tenant honaa, aeod Weil of watar
at each hoaaa, stable, eoraeriba. amoke hosee, dry.
hoaaa aad lima kiln Ac A food rariaty cf fruit
traaa, oaaa'.sting et apple, peach, cherry and plnm;
ahm. katweea 0O aad WO beariBf frape Tinas, coa
talalof U aarietlee of grape.. Any perew wanting
thia farm eaa hare poeeaeioa of tha taaant hoaaa
with the prtralage af two field to tin, this sprtnf .
For nartfoulara ex qui re of Wm McMillra on the
' Honei for Sale.
JIHKEE food work Hor.ee foraale at a barraia aa
to price and payments. Call ontha andersif a
north of Fremont. PHILLIP MICHAEL.
IONAGKAPE VINES down toMeentaoaeh. Grape
Viae of alltbebeatTaiietiesfarealeatthe Fre
12wi. J. SAT, Proprietor.
For Sale Cheap.
k GOOD Urge doable Land Boiler, rai table for roll
Jt teg aU kinds of plowed fround. It can be aaea
by ealliaf at tha old PUninf Mill A Bath Faetinr
East aide of rtrer (7m3.) M. BATHES
1 to 5 Acre Ioti
fT food laod with frutt treat oa them for aala. 1
1 mile eeoth of Fraaaaat, Bear the Tillareof Ball
TTll.. The lead ia well adapted to grapee, trait, aar
donlng or farming, For price and term, enquire
f B. W. B McLELLAN.
3 TOM HAT SCALE, for' sale ehaap, joat the site
for fanners. Also, a email Steam Englae, with
Boiler and tztajns suitable for aawinr wood, maklof
Serrham,Ac B. W. B. McLELLAN.
Fremont. March 7, 1W7. lOmi,
Good Obanoe to lVIake Money
DBAGCTE'B PaUnt Farm Gate, patented Febra
,, ary Wth, 167, ia tha eheapaat aad awet dura
Iff rara Gate ia the country. Hot im aa much as
binfe ia required. Towaahip, County and Btate
Bif hta for sale cheap. Afente wanted in erery State
via the Vniea. who will reeeta 60 pereeat of all aulas
For particulars addresa,
D. HAQFE. Patentee.
Marah 1, laJTlFal Frernt, Ohio.
nr T W.H w -
I 'UljLjaUlli "U0RIP I I
JsBH CU.ptr Acr.J$94 for 160 A.
laaS ie of Scrip is lor 1 aaraa, aad eotj '.let the
bdider ta lev acres of land In aay State where there
areOjeeraraeat Laoda, aabjeet to aatry. We a!at
beyaadaall Hilitabt Lass WAsaAWTa For fall
amHaaUn, seed far ttM4A Ayr V.LD Sped
avaa eopiee beo. Wan. B. PRESTO",
Mo. 1 Lrsita J Blaea, aaar tha Court Eu.
?lalaal) . CLEVELAND, O.
HOUSES FOR SALE. A Span
of Thras-Taarold hay Colts. Will be sold
reaeooiala for ease. Aptly to the eaderalfiied,
tare miles rod a half vast af Fremont.
Apt! li. , X. fUCEOCT.
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 188.
TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS.
We aow send oat tha Jmmal with tha datr
to which the subscription bis been paid ad
ded on the margin of the paper to toe printed
addresa of each subscriber. Br a glance at
thaae figure, erery one can tell bow his at.
count aunda. Thus: "John Smith IS mpt 68"
aneana that obn ctmith has paid big eurj
aeription up to the 15th of Septeatber, IfeMt
Hereafter receipts will be unnecessary, as the
ohange in the date will t equivalent to such
acknowleiiitmeut. This plaa will prove
wqnallr advantageous to ussnd eooTenientto
our su baeribera. it will save us the trouble
of keeping; separate book for subscriptions,
and will promptly indicate to subscribers
the time when they should make another
We AT9 under obligat ions to Hon. Wat.
Hskbt Smith, Secretary of State of Ohio,
for advance copies of recent State laws.
Hoary Tow. The tug I. V. Masters
left Cleveland a day or two since with six
vemels in tow, bound for the 1 amber rrgiona.
Birr. The first lumber barge of the
season has arrived at Toledo with a cargo of
abont 600,000 feet of lumber.
Sale Of Vessel Property. Messrs. Har
mon A Crawl of Cleveland, have sold to 8.
8. Tsff, of Detroit, two-thirds of the bark
Iroquois, for $6,000.
New Light at Cleveland. The Govern-
ment baa ordered a new light for the light
house at Cleveland. It will be a sixth-order,
fixed, white, varied by flashes every quarter
of a minute. It will soon be in place.
The Sporting Season. The sporting
season has begun and parties are going down
to the marsbei for fishing.
Runaways . There has been several
runaways in town during the past week.
They ajtrsys help the wagonmakers.
Serenade. The editors of the Jounui
"acknowledge the rfcs'pt" of a fine Sere
nade the other night from Uutt excellent in-
stitution, the Famoxt Bias Bamd long
may it wsrel
Opened S. D. Oombit Co., opened
their new store in Case Block, Cleveland, last
Monday. They have tha handsomest rooms
in the city and probably are the best.
Grand Ball. The Fsmii BaoiHtuBooB
of the eity, propose to give a Grand Ball on
the 17th or May, at Fabing A Himes Mam
moth Hah, for the benefit of the order.
They will make it a splendid affair.
Whitewash. At this is the season for
whitewashing, we give the fallowing recipe
for a whitewash that will not rub off. ' Mix
np half a pailful of lime and water ready for
whitewashing; make a starch of half a pint
of floor, and pour it into the whitewash
while hot; stir it well, end it is ready for
A Serious Accident. A son of Dam
i cl Spatdi of Ballville, fill oa Saturday,
from the scaffolding erected for the men
who are working npon his new house, pro
ducing concussion of the brain. He is
thought to be beyond hope of recovery.
It is onl v last week thst we mentioned the
death of one of Mr. Spayde's daughters of
brain fever, so this is a double sfflictioo.
Monument to Qen. McPherson. A
resolution has paired the Ohio Senate, by a
rote of IT to 6, appropriating $S,000 for the
erection of a -Monument, at Clyde, O., to
the memory of the gallant Major General
Jamks B. McPbeison. Every Democrat in
the Senate voted against the resolution!
They have no taste for honoring a hero who
fell while defending his eountry in the lata
straggle against rebellion. J
Changed. Tht Galaxy is hereafter to be
a monthly, instead of a fornightly magazine,
as before. The change has been long deter,
mined upon, and is in accordance with the
unanimous request of dealers in periodicals
all over the country. The popularity of th
Galatcy will not be atalldiroinihed,now that
it ia to take its place among the firatrlass
monthlies of the country.
The Nickel Penny. Has anybody a
nickle penny of 1858? The Washington Star
says there's an active search for them, and
that they are considered worth twenty-five
cents each, because they have been almost
wholly withdrawn from circulation, and will
be very valuable by-and-by In completing
eollectious. The penny in question will be
remembered as bearing on one face the rep
resentations of a nondescript broken-backed
bird,' supposed to represent the American
Eagle. - : - -
The Publlo Money. We call the at
tention of tax-payers and every citizen who
wants to see a judicious use made of the pub
lic funds to the resolution effered hi (he eity
Council by President BoTwm who gar op
the chair temporarily to Mr. Ocas for the
express purpose of offering the resolution
and making a speech on it.
- We have no desire to lessen the wages cf
(he laborer bnt we cannot see why the city
ehould pay trtore for work than a private
individual. The truth is that there, have
been some flagrant abuses connected with
the work upon our street which the present
Council will correct if they do their duty.
Mr. Ocm deserves credit for blocking the
game of his would-be leader by voting nay
on the resolution of the President
Fire. A fire occurred in Jackson town
ship on Saturday, which destroyed the boose
and nearly all the furniture of Hihxt
HrrraUK, who lives two miles east of
Greensburg. The fire is supposed to have
caught in the roof from a fpsrk from th
chimney, aud when first discovered had only
burped a small hole in the roof, but the
wind blew so heavily that it was itu possible
cheek it. Every effort was made to save
the furniture and considerable was removed
The house was entirely destroyed. Insur
ance on the house $600, on furniture $3,00.
The insurance will not uearly cover the
County 6urreyors. A late law pass
ed by the Lcgisla ture regulates the fees of
County Surveyors as follows: For all work
by the day, $5. And when otherwise em
ployed, for each rod or perch run less than a
mile, one cent; for making out or recording
plat of six lines, $1; for each line in addi
tion, five cents; for each one hundred words
or figures therein, twelve cents; for calcula
ting a track of four sides, sixty cento; each
additional line, fifty cCDts: mileare. ' ffoinsr
and returning, lea cents per mile, aud the
chain-carrier aud markers' fees to be paid
by the person requesting the survey.
s i an
Brevetted. CapL H, W. Bocklaub has
received a commission aa Brevet Major TJ.
S. Vol's., to date from the 13th of March
18G5, ' for faithful and meritorious services,"
Unlike many officers who have received bre
vet commiesions, Capt Bccklaho turned
his in actite aervice iu the field. Enlisting
sa a private, he served three months in the
8th Ohio, then rained a company as 9nd
Lieut fr the 721, was appointed 1st Lieut
on, 1 organisation gf (fee Regiment, and
was afterwards promoted to the rab f Cap
lain. His butle rrjard contains Shiloh,
1st and 2nd siege of Jackson, Mississippi,
thirty dty' .lege of Vicksburg, Battle of
Uunlowns-a au me engagements against
Gen. Price in Missouri, Arkansas ipdlyui
sa. In the summer of 1662, he was as
sigued to duty on the staff of Gen. Lanman,
and before the close of the war served on the
staff of Gen 'a, BucUand.McArthur, Mower,
and Jehn E. Smith. Few soldiers have a
better record than the Captain, and hi
friends will be glad to know that his ser
vices have been publicly reecgniced.
Transfers of Real Estate, For the week
ending April 90th, 167. Prepared by A.
F. Qallager County Becorder.
John Hunt to E. Kemmarling -
acre see. 35, Madison Twp.... $9600 0
8 W Chapin to D White lot 109 and
110 Clyde 8300 00
0 G Minkler to E G Gillet 40 acres
see. I Scott Two. 1000 00
3 M Koch to Frank Walter undl
. rided E part lot No, 104 - '
Fremont. U& 00
Jasper King to Jackson King 65 :
cres sec 3 Jackson Tp........ S7M M
John Phillips to M A Phillips 170
seres Sjc 31 Scott Tp. 1000 00
E Faussy to B H Fauaey 40 sere
ee.98cottTn. 490 00
Johanna Kuffe to M Ridley lots 754
and 763 Fremont M0 00
J 3 Keller to Jacob Ridley lots 771
and 789 Fremont B9fi 00
N G House to L D Stark 49 seres
sec 13 Green Creek Tp. BoOO 00
0 M Fisher to J Landgraf Sr. lot
239 Fremont 3400 00
W K Milldr to 0 A Howe 80 acre
sec 95 Riley Tp ; 3000 00
GDOoonrod to W 0 Terrr tut 188
Clyde 1900 00
W K Bartlett to W 0 Terry pt lot
45Clyd 90 0o
WmStrohl to John Strohl lot 48!
Fremout tOOO 00
Thoa D HeoBon to Samuel Hite 56 -
acres sec 90 Sandusky Tp.... 2600 00
Joseph Ktser to Wm laman 80 acres
sec 14 Scott Tu. 9000 00
Wm Cook to J Klnnenstein 55 acres
sec 8 Scott Tp. 9100 00
M Herlihv to Joseph Horn X M
lot Ko. 1018 Fremont 900 00
T L Hawkins to S H Russel X X
lot 416 Fremont 100 00
Joseph Stuber to M Stack lot No.
1343 .Fremont sou uu
FREMONT. Found-an Owner for an Umbrella.
Last Saturday we received th following
communication, which explains itself:
Mr. Journal Man: I hereby Inform you
that I am the owner of that umbrella your
worthy devil was fortunate enoogh to find
in aa out of th way corner of your office;
and as I shall not be able to come to Fre
motit, for a week or more, I want you to
save it till I come The way that umbrella
came into your office is thb: Having bet
largely on the Democratic county officers
last &11, and my demijohn getting empty on
erection dsy last October, I thought it a good
time to call oa my Republican tiends that
bet against me for the stakes,' as I felt sure
to win; so I took umbrella aid demijohn
and weat to Fremont, staying awhile at the
Democratic headquarters till enough retarn
came in to make sure I had won, drew my
pile got aay demijohn replenished with the
best of whiskey, was going up town, hearing
a great hurrahing in a second story, think
ing there must be nor good democratic
new, took another good awig at my demi
john, set it in s corner, and with ' umbrella
under my arm went np two pair of stain.
By this time all was still except one fellow
who was reading. "Little Erie is 1100
malority for Buckland," then the crowd
wnng their hat and hurrahed (gain, so I
laid down my umbrella and hurrahed toe;
although against my will, for I did not like)
to bare them know my sentiments, just
than some on looked at toe as though he
had never seen me, and I felt like s eat in a
strange garret; so away I went down on
pair of stairs before I thought the least thing
about demijohn or umbrella; but instinct
prevailed snd down 1 went sn other pair of
stairs, foand my jug tsfo where left, took a
good pu'l at its 'mouth and started. How I
got home is not necessary to say, bat my
demijohn has been refilled and is nearly
empty again, when I get it filled I will call
on you, describe property, let your devil
have a smell at my demijohn and take the
umbrella sway. Tours, a true Democrat.
FREMONT. Found-an Owner for an Umbrella. L. N. S.
Drsmstlo. After s vacation of several
weeks enr Dramatie elabe are preparing to
give another represenlatioe or two each this
week and next Th "Monumental" will
give their entertainment on Saturday even
ing of this week, at Bircbard Hall, the play
selected for the occasion being a tragedy en
titled "The Dead HearWiUn .which all the old
members of the Club and a vera! nw one
tak parts. The mansger has taken great
pains to hare all the stage preparations in
the best shape possible for it production,
Th new scenery is beautiful, and reflect
credit upon the artist, Mr. KlirsT.w ho painted
the other scenery belonging, to the Club.
The plsy abounds in what is called, in the'
atrieal parlance, dramatic situations; is en
livened by music, singing and dancing, and
spiced with the indispensable love snd mur
der. .The "Excelsiors'', we understand, will
give their entertainments en Thursday snd
Friday evenings, of next week, when they
will produce the popular drama, "Ttn
yigh(in a Bar Room," snd the takics;
farce of "Tht JAmmtrkkltoy," "Tht Blade
SWue," and "Th Fonfesa FttHor". The
"Yankee Pedlar" snd "Tea Nights in s Bar
Room" are new pieces here, snd from the
cast of characters, as wa have seen them, can
not fail to be brought out with good effect
The prominent part in the play will be
taken. by Messrs. HooD, Waswobtb, Cook,
Horse, Ac Mr. Dial's little girl plays the
part of Mary MoTgan, in th "Bar Roera."
With these piece we believe the "Excel
aiora" intend to ' close the season; and that
they will draw a full honse there is no doubt.
Burglary. On Monday night last jA3
Clothing store of T. I. Babies, on State
Street, was broken into by burglars, snd s
qusntity of ready .tasd clothing stolen. The
thieves effected sn entrance by breaking
out s pane of glass snd crawling through one
of the rear windows. Mr. Baskix has missed
eight or nine pairs of pants, several rests, and
other articles of clothing, but cannot state
the exact amount of his loss. The goods
taken wc of the spring style, and the light
fingered gentry evidently exereised good
taste in their selection. About two o'clock
Toesday morning a couple of men coming
from the depot passed the store and saw a
man inside with a candle, but supposed him
to be connected with tie establishment and
thought no more of it The same night th
saloon of on State Street was also
entered, by the same burglars undoubtedly,
and robbed of seme bottle of liquor and a
qusntity of Bologna sausages. The fellows
probably were about to start on a tramp snd
were laying in quartermaster and commis
List of Letters, remaining uncalled for
in the Post Office at Fremont, on the 95th
day cf April 1867:
Baldwin H, Clary Cornelia, Cabb E A Dr,
Collins J D D Z, Close Jacob, Eaton George
C, Filson Pbebe J Mrs, Florian Joseph,
Hull Ellen Miss, Harrison W M, Joseph
John J 9, Knup Wm, Lish Margaret Mrs,
Michael Catharine Mrs, Lents Jacob F ts
Lynch Catharine Miss, McNasy Denis,
Monsol Mary, Nool Nicholas, Noggle Sarah
J Miss, Peck O A Snyder Daniel, Shell
Elisabeth Mrs, Srokk G W, Sherwood Hes
ter Mrs, Sahl Jacob, Tyler Allen, Waters A
J, Wing Amer E Mrs, Young S-
Taken Possession. Capt Buckland re
ceived his commission as post master, last
week and took possession of the Office on
Monday. He very wisely retain ta popu
lar clerk, Wai Tottkn, who fully under
stands his business and is always genial and
polite as well ss faithful. Mr. Tottsh dis-
erves to be retained for his manly snd open
support of his principles, last fall when the
President and his friends were "swinging
round the circle," as well as for feithful
services. It is only justice to Mr. Sboho, to
say that be has always been an efficient post
nvuter, snj that his political and not his per
sonal or ofliclal course lost bim hl place.
t'o t .
JL jUguiar Panic 6ur readers will
find, by reference To another column, that
Mr. A. E. Rtcs,the popular teller of the st
National Bank has committed mstrimony.
We wish him happinesa, for he deserves it
Rumor says that several mor weddings are
to come off soon, "providence snd the wsth.
Tha Hah and Spoil Factory of F. 1. rVor-tea
Son. . .
Several weeks ago w began calling th
attention of our reader to th manufactur
ing establishment of the eity snd vieinity,
sad published in connection with these no
tices, som general articles in regard to
manufacturing as a paying business, ud
the kind of manofacturiag adapted to our
locality. These notices and articles we pro
pose to resume, new that the spring politi
cal eampsign is fairly ever, giving each of
ear manufacturing establishments a fall
notice, net for th beaafit of manufacturers
but to bring boot fully before the minds of
tbs popl in general th whel subject, snd
neeuraging as far ss possible every enter
prise which increase ear population, busi
nrssasd wealth by furnishing employment
for la' or.
HUB AND SPOKE FACTORY.
Among the manufacturing establish meets
which have mad a good return for th capi
tal invested is the Hub and Spok Factory
of F. I. Nostok So. The faotory was
built in 1663, snd was furnished with ma
chinery for making (poke only. From
the nature of th bosinean which ws new
here Mr. Norton was obliged to take raw
hands, and instruct them ia the manner of
working the machinery, from the foreman
down. In spite of all th disadvantages of
such s beginning the first year's businees re
turned s fair profit, snd the capscity of the
factory was considerably increased. In 1865
new machinery was added for turning and
finishing hubs, sawed felloes, nsckyokes,
whiffletrees, Ac, and th engine wss en
larged so ss to famish the additional power,
snd now the factory terns out every week
16,000 spoke, -about 950 hubs and a large
number cf the other articles manufactured
besides. The machinery has all the mod
ern improvements and the engine, about 70
horse power, is one of the finest in the city.
The most noticable feature of the estab
lishment end the one to which its success ia
in a great measure, due, is the perfect sys
tem observed snd the perfect order in which
the saaehinery Is always kept The pro
prietor believe that it pay to get th very
best machinery and then to ke?p it in perfect
working condition. , K
Labor is divided as is usual In manufactur
ing establishments, each workman having
his own special department .The speke
goes through six distinct processes before It
is ready to be taken to the packing room.
The rough stick is trimmed to near the
proper sise by the saw, rounded into shape
by a Blanehard lathe, tenanted, belted, the
large end shaped and flattened, by the
"Shaping machine," the tenant jointed snd
fifed for the hub mortice, snd the spoke fin
ished on th "finishing belt,'.' after which it
is ready for th parking room, where bun
dies are tied up ready for market, each con
taining wsgon or carriage set.
The hob timber is purchased iu round
logs of about the proper sise, four snd n half
feet long. These are sawed to hub length,
bored snd rimmed, the rough bark taken off
and the block redueed to the proper sise by
a lathe, sbsped by the finishing lathe, and
finally morticed by the morticing machine.
The large hubs are then boiled for twelve
hours in s solution made by a new process,
the invention of Mr. Nobtom, and rendered
impervious to the weather; besides becom
ing tough and hard. The carriage hubs ere
painted or oiled and varnished and stored
sway ready for shipment The larger hobs
are of oak, those for finer work of rock elm,
gum and white ash.
The work sent eut by this establishment
is very superior in finish, snd the quality of
the articles manufactured has mads s mar
ket for sll sod more than can be furnished,
without any effort on the part of the proprie
tors. The shipments last week were over
twenty tuns of finished work, snd the
customers hail from Msssschusetts snd
Kansas, ss well ss nearer points. The raw
material is se close at hand, the prices of
labor so low on account of the low price of
living, snd the facilities for shipmant so good,
thst the difference between the cash expenses
of such sn establishment here and at San
dutky which is without doubt the next best
point in the 8tate for the business makes a
very fair profit The number of men em
ployed ia about thirty besides those who are
indirectly furnished work in getting out
timber, Ac The benefit which thia snd
similar establishments have conferred upon
the county can hardly be over estimated,
Timber which formerly was almost worth
less finds s ready market and brings good
prices. Timbered land that was once scar
cely worth clearing is now the most valu
able property in the country. The large
revenue brought here from abroad and paid
to oar eitiaens for labor, goes through the
hands of our merchants or finds s permanent
investment here, and so enriches our eitieens
snd builds up our eity.
Mr. NoSTOif proposes to add to hi man
u factory ss soon ss possible, the most ap
proved machinery for making Bsxr Wcxz,
which will be made a prominent breach of
FREMONT, April 22nd,1867.
Regular meeting of Coaceil. Present:
J. D. Botefur, President: Bets, Brush, Ochs
and Quilter. Trustee s: F. Wilmer, Clerk:
Minutes of proceeding meeting resd snd
The committee, to whom wss referred the
report of the Chief Engineer, and a petition
of German Engine Company No. 1, submit
ted s request which was sceepted snd laid
upon the table. '
' The committee on mlos ssked for further
The committee to procure furniture snd
fixtures for Council chamber asked for fur
ther time. Granted.
Mr. Betts, of the finance committee re
ported that a loan of 500 dollars had been
negotiated with the First National Bank of
Fremont, which part was received . and
The Clerk presented bi official bond,
which was approved.
A repoi t of the City Solicitor was received,
and adopted, and he instructed to draft or
dinances in conformity thereto.-''
Petition for side-wslks: T. H. Quilter
on South side of Napoleon Street to West
end of in -lot 1394, A.B. Potman, on South
side of in-lot 398 on Ewing Steet. The
Marshal was ordered to notify the owners of
lots on said Streets, to construct side-walks
ithin 30 days after the date of notification.
On complaint of Joseph JStrawsbaugh the
marshal was ordered,to suppress and prevent
Petitions laid upon the table; A. W.
Smith, to open Walnut Street Fremont
Band for an appropriation of 100 Dollars, f.
Fsbicg and others, for sewer on south side
of State Street
A remonstrance of S. Rensler against the
construction of a culvert by J. H. McArdle
was referred to a committee, consisting of
Betts, Brush aud Ochs.
A petition -of L. C. Anderson in regard to
a certain ditch, waa referred to a com mitt ee
consisting of Quilter, Betts, and Ochs.
An account of the marshal Jot removing
nuisances was refered to finance committee.
D. Ellis, WBJ SPOointaJ Street Commissioner
or the ensuing Tear bv the following vote
for Ellis, Ochs, Quilter and Botefur; for
Thornburg, pruubj not voting Betts. A
motion to fix the: salary of Street tgtn.
missioner t 50 Dallax. -
. utoorers Bt $1,76 and of teamstors at $3,60
per day, aad the time of labor at 9 hours s
day, was lost by the following vote: aytt:
Botefur, Quilter: Miys Betts, Brash snd'
. Jeremiah . Evans wss appointed city
engineer by tha following vote; for Evans,
Botefur, Ochs snd Quilter, not voting, Betts J
and Brush. Council sojourned.
J. D. BOTEFUR. Prea't.
Attest; F. WILLMER. Clerk.
Resigned. A. 0. Lyon, late P. K., has
resigned snd John Mathews appointed in his
place It is unfortunate both for Mr. Math
ews snd bis country that he fas slwsys
voted with sod for the rebels snd copper
heads. Fire. Oe the evening ef the 18thinst,as
tbs neighbors of Gsosoa Colvtw were assem
bling at the M. E. Church for prayer meeting.
Mr. Oolvin's house whioh stood near the
church was discovered to be en fire. . Mr.
Colvin and wife hsd gons after supper or
shout five o'clock to Clyde, leaving the hoses
snd children in ear of two near ladies ef the
neighborhood who sent to the church for help
soon ss th fir waa dis evered. Six or
eight men ran to tha house and found the
Are in the low chamber over the kitchen,
when one barrel of water promptly and prop
erly used would in all probability have saved
the house, but the well bucket Which was
intended to fill at the bottom and dose by a
valve upon being raited eut of the water
was in bad order, letting the water out ss
readily as in. There was ne pump in the
cistern snd some time elapsed before, by
means of hook and pails, ws'er eonld be
brought to bear npon the fire, and then it
waa too late to ssva the house snd the men
set to work, as only sympathising neighbors
can work, to save the furniture. They suc
ceeded in ssving most of -the goods in the
lower rooms snd provisions in the cellar (ex
cept potatoes) together with the lower door
windows blinds Ac,
Mr. and Mrs. Colvin returned home just
st s time when nothing eonld be done, ex
cept to look st their ruined home snd be
thankful that their children were saved.
Itia said Mr. Colvin wss insured to th
amount of ons thousand dollars, which will
come far short of covering his loss; The
stone chiranef rested upon the joice.the pipe
entering at the bottom through s double tin
thimble All agree that the fire originated
from a cob fire in the store by which supper
was cooked. It is presumed that from the
lack of air in the low garret, the fire was
charring the joice and studding for three
hours before it was discovered or broke eut
Another Fire. Sunday morning,' at
about 7 o'clock, a good frams barn containing
10 or 15 tons of hay,' belonging to James
Beebe snd situated about one-half mile south
of his house, was discovered to be on fire snd
nearly consumed. From appearances the
fire must have commenced after midnight
and is supposed to be the work of sn incen
TOWNSEND, O., April 22, 1887.
Editort Journal: .
Permit roe through the columns of your
Journal to commend the Board of Educa
tion of Townsend Tp., for the progressive
step taken in the educstional interests ef ths
township st their last annual session.
It has long bees ths Custom, much to the
smbarassment of teachers and inconvenience
of people in general, for teachers to work
for nothing snd board around; but it appears
that the Board hare became dissatisfied with
that even, and have taken npon themselves
the responsibility of saying, "one for all,"
onr hospitalities ere no more gratis, and
henceforth yen Mr. Pedagogue, can provide
for yourself This looks something like
driving the uufed beggar from your door,
snd would appear at first sight to be soti
christian and cruel but ws hope snd believe
that thia seemingly ..fearful dilemma will
work . out for us a far more exceeding and
easier way of obtaining our rations. Bar
ing had several months experience in beg
ging my board, I can very naturally 'appreci
ate aueh an effort to alleviate our sufferings.
Few know the inconvenience of sueh a mode
of living but those whose occupation leavee
them no choice in the mailer, and we thank
God the age of civilisation has been reached
when the public functionaries begin to real
ise th' necessity of an ediot abolishing
this wholesale, licensed beggary. Town-
send has the honor of taking ths lead in
Sandusky Co, in this noble work, snd d.
serves the compliments sod blessings of the
grateful teacher; I believe it to be the beet
movement the township ever made, and can
commend it to the consideration of neigh'
My store of compliment is nearly exhaus'
ted, aud will close this by suggesting that
since you have ventured to remove the old
landmark, you put your shoulders to the
wheel snd lift our educational cart from the
deep ru'sof antiquity. . The onward march
of time stamp improvement upon every'
thing. Progression, is stamped in dsszling
capitals, npon ths front rank, of all science
and srt Every stride of the human intel
lect unfolds new splendors snd inspire anew
inventive genius. ' Systems, of yesterday
are inappropriate for the intellect of to-day,
methods of inatruotion, which wonld suffice
for to-day will be antiquated to morrow. We
must be up with the time, and - keep pace
with tbe progressive tendency of the aspir
Another great improvement can be made
by uniting the summer snd winter terms of
onr rural schools into one, commencing about
the 1st of Sept and continuing through the
winter with a vacation daring the holidays.
Br this method, children are st liberty du
ring the busier part of the year, and are not
confined when the weather is more inviting
for them to enjoy the free air snd sunlight
of hesvec. I leave this as s suggestion
without discussion, and asl: the consider
ation of officers sod patrons. Perhaps you
will bear more snen, from, ' .-
i - a i am i v i
: New Type, We bare been refitting our
Jobbing establishment with new styles of
type, and can now do Jtrst doss job work,
We keep constantly on hand a fine assort
ment of cards of all kinds, sises snd qualities,
paper ruled for bill head and letter head
printing, and envelopes for business cards.
eien . .
R R. Accident Death. On Thursday
of last week at Bellevuc James Brags, con
ductor of a wood train on the C. A T. road,
while attempting to slight from an engine
which was in motion, slipped and fell ander
the wheels, which pacsed over him mangling
him horribly. . He was so badly injured that
he died in leu than half an hour,. - -'
District Court The District Court met
last week. .Hon. Luthss Dat, Supreme
Judge, and Hons. Eobacx Foots and S. B.
PaxNTtfcs, Common Pleas Judges. Only two
cases were oa the docket via; D. A. Sher
rard et al., rs. David Grant, sr., aud Alonzo
Thorpe, vs. Mahsla Owen; both error cases,
snd they were continued.
Fire.-On Saturday afternoon s fire broke
out in a cow stable on the premises of Mr. A
Kino, on Front street, below the Kessler
House, but was put out by the hand engine
before any particular damage was done.
Zj. Toqngmaq, St. Clair's Block, has re
ceived and is receiving weekly oue of the
best selected Stocks of Spring aud Summer
Goods, consisting of the latest atyles of
Ready Made Clothing, Casaim era, Cloths
and Linens, also Furnishing Goods, great
variety, nil at reduced prices, tf.
- a s
Educate for Business. Bookkeeping,
Pcnctnvhip, Commercial Law Commercial
Arithmetic, Political ' EcoqornTj Elccnii-r
udTelerphi-;re tnoroBgUT taught by
experienced Instructors at tbe Adrian Busi
ness College and Telegraphic Institute. Dr,
tlahan, President of Adrian College is en
gaged to delivers full coarse of lectures on
Political Economy, Tuition Is nearly one
half less than in the larger cities snd th ad
vsnteges are very superior,-
For circular address tBe Preid'bt
A. 0. Parsons, "A, M.
13. m 1. Adrian Mich.
Something New. Gimaugh'e Paten
Marble Restorative All marble exposed to
ths weather is liable to turn black, gather
moss, eV. By nsa of this new preparation,
all dirt and f pots will be removed, snd the
tomb stones will be ss good ssaew. Mr. Q.
C. Barber is eleauing op all tomb i tones In
Ssndnsky snd Ottawa counties. Now is ths
tints to improve your eemetries. There is
no better excuse now for letting your friends
tomb stones remain dark -Sasightly than
yonr house. Apply to O. E. Barber, Fre
mont, O., or leave orders st Cross's Jewelry,
snd music store.
Dentistry. Dr Bsttsuas still keep
"pegging away" la hia office ever the Post
Office, snd he is doing some of the neatest
dental work ever turned eat by ths profes
sion. People whose teeth need attention
will find the Doctor ready to do his beat for
To La die Onir. Ladies who want new
bonnets snd hsts this spring-snd we should
be glad to get a birdseye view ef one that
doesn't will find at Miss Hsssimak's Mil
inery Rooms, s splendid Stock of new Mil
linery Goods, Including all desirable styles
of Strew Goods, Bonnets sud Hsts in great
variety and of all the newest and latest
styles, s fine sssortment ef Trimmings snd
French and American Flowers, snd every
thing in the Millinery line. Miss Herriman
has ths bet of help, snd the work done st
her Rooms is always neat, tasteful and well
Now Spring Goods. We call the at
tention of our readers, snd especislly the
ladies, to the new advertisement of Messre.
Hssma ds Witsow, in this week's Journal.
This enterprising firm have just brought en
anew and splendid stock ef Spring Goods,
ef the very latest atyles, snd of sll varieties,
which they will sell at the lowest cash price.
This store has acquired the reputation of al.
ways having on hand a full stock of stylish
goods at low prices, snd its proprietors pro
pose to keep on doing sol Give them a call.
Moore Yallette's Block, corner of Front
and Garriaon Streets.
Notice). The regular encampment of
Post No. 1, Grand Army of the Republic, 1
held every Wednesday evening in. their
Hall in Buckland's old Block.
tlnsurpaMed Enterprise. H has been
s Subject of thoae engaged in business edu
cation, and indeed among business men,
generally, how and why, the Business Col
leges st Hillsdale, Mich., and Oberlin, Ohio,
met with such Hnexumplti success. The
truth is and we commend their example to
our advertisers the energetic snd justly
popular proprietors of these Institutions do
all they advertise. They don't believe that
"blowing" snd deception pay. This ac
count for s success unparalleled, in th his
tory ef Business College ' i'ttf
A Buspsnslcn Bridge In Fremont
Owing to the great inconvenience and no
little danger, in such multitudee of people
passing snd repassing ever the old bridge, it
is deemed quite essential that s brosd and
eommodione sasjenaioa bridge should be
immediately erected screes the river for the
speeisl accommodation ef the vast crowd a of
customers from the east side who sre daily
visiting Hassis' Photograph Rooms ia
Buckland's new Block.
Appeared. The new style of ladies'
spring hsts is called the "Revenue Cotter."
It consists of three revenue stamps, snd ran
be stuck upon the head or fastened with ap
Job Printing. The sttsntioo of ths pub
lis is called to the excellent facilities poss
essed by the Journal Establishment for the
prompt snd satisfactory execution of sll des
criptions of Jos and Boos Paitiko, Inclu
ding Blank Books of all kinde Termsss
lew as the lowest snd entire satisfaction wsr
X. L. ALL !
Those Cilk Hats st H. Lechers are A
5 o 1. He has them msuufaetured expressly
for his trade, snd he is telling them st the
low price of $6, 50. His Wool Hats for Men
snd Boys sre also msrked down, some ss
low ss 75 c Paper collars from 15 to 30 cents
per box. .
Banco Back tboss Cans 111 Those persons
who borrowed Oil Cans from our store sre
requested to return them immediately or
come and get them filled with oil again. The
painting season is open snd we need them
for our trade. f9w J 8. Bwstasti Son,
Those In Want of s shingle msehine,
shingle joints, cat off and cross cot saw
shingles, 4c,willresd Mr.s Wood worth's ad
vertisement She is snxions to sell a lot of
such srticles belonging to 8. Woodworth's
Estate - : .
... ' "I f .Or "t '- . - '
Splendid Pianos. E. L. Ososs has just
received soma new Pianos that surpass in
finish, compass snd tons any thst have ever
been brought to this market' Two of them
are of Hallst et Davis' beat made, snd ons
it s small finedrtoned Piano of Emerson's
Manufacture The last is moderate is price
snd is s beautiful parlor instrument . Call
and see them.
Phorty Theeves. If the above named
rascals had lived in our day sod here in
Fremont, they would have had no temps
tion to steal, for Mesa sella good clothing
so ehesp thst it does' nt pay to steal it. He
beats the World in the clothing trade.
New Chair. M. Bsooxwat has a new
chsir for his Barber Shop which is eomfor
table snd easy. He has tie neatest and
most orderley shop in town,
1 t i Q, una as. ii a r i. i ' , -
Something New. Gimmaugh's 'Patent
Marble Restorative. All marble exposed to
the weather is liable to turn black, gather
moss, Aa. By use of this new preparation,
all dirt snd spot will be removed, sud the
tomb stones will be ss good as new. Mr. G.
E. Barber is cleaning np old tomb stones in
Sandusky snd Ottawa counties. Now ia the
time to improve your cemeteriee ' There is
no better excuse nous for letting your friends
tomb stones remain dark sod unsightly than
your house Applj to U- E. Barber, Fre
mont, O., or leave ordrs at Cross Jewelry,
sod Music Store. . 17 w 9.
We hsve been shown samples by Mr. A.
Huntington, Northern Ohio State Ageut for
Middleton's Nstionsl Oil Portraits. Mr.H
proposes to canvass thewity for subscriptiocs
for the same. These portraits are painted n
oil and on eanvasc They are beyond doubt
the beat likeness of these great men that we
have ever seen, snd sre made of the best
materia, snd in the latest style ss to frames
4a. We have no hesitation in recommending
these Portraits, and the gentlemanly agent
to the favorable consideration of all those
who wish to ornament their parlors bylhe
pnrchaseof a portrait, that will give satis
faction, This series of National heada, now com
plete, is ss follows: Washington, Martha
Washington, Clay, Webster, Jackson, Dong-
las, Lincoln, Grant, Gen. Sherman and AdmL
Farragut also one of John Wesley.
If you may wish an easy sLfjr?,
As good ps bsrber ever gave,
Just' call at my a9YiDg Saloon,
it Oirn, at ere, or busy twon.
1 cut and dress tos hair with jsraf.
To suit the contour of the face.
My room, is neat snd towels ekaa.
Scissors sharp snd fiasors keen,
And srery thing I think you'll find.
To suit ths plsce snd please the Bn4.
All my srt snd skill can do. "
......... M. Bsockwai.
.Old switches made aa good as new at
Bsocbwat's :' if.
Jf Yon want aswitert im to BaorrwAT'ej.
Juno and Buckland. Have the Largest
snd Best Iot of Batter firkins on hand of
any establishment in Ohio and sell for 95c
s piece only. 17ml.
Beautiful Instrument. Go to the Ma.
Bid snd Jewelry Store of Gnoss,' and see the
nice 5-octave Melodeons at $75,00 each. 5tf
Tar it sr Ait Msans. It aty of onr
readers have been troubled to make light
and uniform biscuit, it is more than proba
bly they do not use D. B. DeLand i Co's
Best Clumital Saltraius. That is a pure ar
ticle not detrimental to health, and snre in
iu effects. Try it by sll mesne
April 13th st th residence of the brida
father Mr. James 0. YVoqlsos ot laiaven
worth, Kansas, with Miss Lsll Smith of Fre
mont, by Rev. J. Wykes.
Sandusky city paper please copy.
On the 93d inst at the residence of Mr.
Boggs in Elmore, by Rev. J. S. Lowe of
Karen oa, A. kick, ot Jfremont, and Miss
Pbest A. Dean, of Elmore
At the residence of the bride's father, en
Monday, April 8th, by tbe Rev. O. U.Young,
Rector of St. Paul's Church, Lieut Jssss
O. Cb-ance, 13th TJ. S. Inft'y, and Miss Lis
sis H., eldest daughter of O. A. Roberts,
Esq , all of this city.
jocrkai. orricB, fbkm ost, o-, i
Tours iir, April 34. 187.
Wheat-No. 1,(2 60; No, s, S3 to i lfe.1,13
Floor $11 60Ce!S 0 Wobt
Corn SSo r bushel for abelled I TSe. W huehel
1 Rye ISfoo. hnshet T
OmtB-tfrta. W bwhal. -
Buckwheat (grain) TSe. W hashel.
Flax Seed 00 W bushel.
Tlmoth? tce- 2 69WhathL
Clover Sated $7 oa-87 75 V buhel.
Droned Heg-7 C$7 Ts W ewt.
Card-103. T ft by the keg ; VlXa. Tib at retail.
Smoked Meals Hams, 12Xets. W ft ; Shoul
ders, lde. W ft ; Dried Bet,20e. W ft.
. Pealtrr Tarklet, $1 00, It 60$ 00 ajleee
Chickens, Uiglte. apleoe, lire ; dressed, 8810a. W lb.
Batter 2025sT' th
Ef sje KeiTe. des-e
Cheese if 2lo-v-n.
Potatoes e70o. W bushel.
.. Onlonn 10$50o.w enabel, .. .
'Green Apple 0375s. V basket.
rBriod Apple Air-nV - v
Beeswax Vx. w ft.
Salt-Tine, T sack, Us ; ?- bbl, 2 ft ) Coarse,
r obi., ta .' rr i-'r
f 'ael Wood, W ouni, (3 003e i Coal (IS V
Coffee Rio, 2e,STe. W ft ; Jars, 4CS)tSe T lb
TMSetl 9 V ft. " T "
Sagar Common, by th ami, V ft-, if), ISM
0Ue; White, UeiSe.W ft, -
Rtoe 11c. V lt.
mackerel-? 003 (10 oa K hhU S3 sew
Fremont Lime Sue w trab.
Hay S 00 ( W W Tun.
Mnpfe Basjer laxaite
Fremont Lumber Market.
Oae Inch and a half,
One loch and a quarter
One lash and X -One
Inch Bed Oak,
Oak ... .... -
-. - Ht at
. . 41 "
. . - SO
, - 1
2S OS do
(s(7 00 r n
Fremont Fur Market.
No. 1, Coon.! Tf-e
Black 8airn .60s
Bsb rox .... 11,40
Fremont Fur Market. Legal Advertisements.
NOTICE.. ALL THOSE INDEBT--ed
to the late arm of Ryder A Tyler, either by
note Of book acceuut, -will .tva eoeta snd trouble by
eelllng st their store and settling np. All who wsnt
to boy Dry gooda, Groceries, Boots, Crockery &e., at
SOpsreent below to. t, will do well to give us a sail
before buytsg, ai thia entire stock has got to be
e'oard oat regardless of ooat. JOSEPH HUNTEX
AS 8 1 G N E E'S NOTICE. NO
ties ia harabv aivea that the sederairoed has
been duly appointed and qualiasd sa ths AHlgaee of
to property onaentete ec ut arm 01 jiyaer - tv
lr, lately doing bnaieeaa at Fremont, Ohio. All
creditors, or persona holding or ownlig claims a
(alost said firm, are requrted to preaent tha same to
tha andersifmed, for allowance or rejection, by the
2th day of Ocober, A. D. 1167. JOSIPH B Oil TIB
. Fremont Apr., fthlWT Aselgaoo.
TAKES 8. MERLE? of Anderson, in the county of
Sr AflniaouLB anu scale 01 uaio, is nounea met
Marls fi. Verier, did on the ZSth dvr of March, 1SS7,
file her petition in the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleu, within and for the county of San
duaky snd tste of Ohio, charging the said Jsmes 8.
Merley with will'nl abaencs for more than three
ycara from her, and with adultery with one Marlon
Knoxon; also with gross neglect of duty towartJ her,
and aaklcg that she may be divorced from aald Jamee
S. Merley, and for the sum of (7 000 alimony, which
petition will be for bearing at the next term of said
Court. MARIA N. MERLEY,
J. M. I.bubow, Attorney. 1 .
March 26, 1867. 13w8.
Saleaf Ra4 Estate by Order
rVS THE TWENTIETH DAT O" iPRir. A n. ism
W Bt a o'clock 1 afternoon, at the door of the
vsnrt House, in tie Uity of rremon. Ohio, will be
aoio 10 ine nigneat eiaacr, tne touowma real eatate,
aa the property of 6eorve W. Staler, deceemd. te-wit
The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of
eectlon number thirteen (13.) township number Ire,
jo.) ranae number (1&) containing forty (40) acres of
lano, Botnen 10 tne aower or ine widow aporaisea ai
fteen dollars yearly, and to be paid to her daring
her life; said real eetate'subjeet to said dower ap-
pmm vue luDBnnn aonar.
D. P. HCRLBUT, Administrator.
Fremont, March 10, 1867. 12 w A
Administratrix Sale of Real
v . u Estate.
IN PURSUANCE of an ordr of th Probate Oovrt,
witbln aad lor the ConDty of Sandusky Id tha
Svaia 01 udio; maa ta a cruin proeeoainff new,
wherein Hasan Tot ton aa Administratrix on the es
tate of WUlisxa Tottn, (Wealed, waa petitioner, and
Olivia Totten and then wer defendant, I will, on
tbe 80th daj cf April, A D. at 1 o'clock P. M.,
at tb door of tha Conrt Boaae ia Fremont ia said
cmtibf, oftrr for aa'a to the highest bidder, bnt at not
leas loan iwoinirie tq appraisal ra aaorine name:
In lots nnmard a'Detr-fiva, ninety-aix ad! ninetr-
aervn, (DS, 99, 97.) in th S'eond Ward of the City of
irenonc, in aara Baootu-y vonntr, ottos; me no me.
stead property o! raid WlUiinl Totten. now daited,
appraised at four thoorand dollars, $4000 )
TttRxa or Salk: One-third of tbs parehaa money
to be paid on the day of sal, and tbe balance in two
fqaal installments at nice V) and eighteen (IS)
months, the deferred pTtnents to be secured by mort
gaffe on tbe premises sold and tt bear interest from
tbe day of sale. SUdaN TOTTEN,
As Administratrix on the KjUte of the late Wil
liam Tottea, df eeav
March SU, 1867 12w4. pf.
NOTICE .TO TEACHERS OF
Common Schools. The Board of School Ex
aminers for Sandaiky Coanty will hold sessions far
examination of eandidates for teachers certificates
at the- ptf h School bai'dine. In Fremont, on the fol
lowing dars: April 13th. 20th and 27tb; May 11th
XSth and 34th; Jane 8th and 22nd. and July th
Dxaminationa will beg n at 11 A, M, No candidate
will be allowed to enter the ctars after 1 M. Eaeh
omndidat Is repaired by law to pay flftyoentaata
condition of examination, and to leare a stampeden
velope with the clerk of the board. Stationary will
be famished by the board. Candidates will please
take notice, that the law requires, that they mnt
pass a satisfactory examination in tht theory and
practice of teaching.
The law pro rides for fonr grades of certificates. Six.
twelve, eijrhteen and twemyfonr months; the snr-
ftlns and minus may be used V.t the board to indicate
ntermediate grades of qnalifletian. A wrtincats
for six saopths minus tadioates rery Inferior qoalifi
eatJona, and ro teacher, huldfrg sueh certificates
should ba employed by sohool directors except as a
ias resort io stoic Darin: no sonooi ax an.
F. M. INN )
J. B. IOVJCL4ND I xe inert.
WM. WALLACE SLOBS)
Fretjnt,ApraJrt,l6. 14. tf.
The WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THS WONnsBrUI. SKVKLATIuSS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTR0L0QI8T
Madame H-. A Perrigo.
She reveals secrete no mortal ever knew. 8he re
stores to happiness those who, from doleful events,
eatsstropbes, eroesee in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, an , have become despondent.
She brlnge together tboaa long separated, girea in
formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re
stores lost or stolen property, tells yen the businew
tan are beat rualirieu topurtaeand in what yon will
be rost siueeWul, eaaeeSspeedy maniageeand telle
yon the very dny you will marry, gires you the name,
likeness and charactnristics of tbe person. She reads
year very thoughts, sod by her almost supernatural
powvre unriiis uia oars anu uiuuna .n ..mr. ui iH
future, r'rom the aiara we aee In the Srmaaient
tha aaaleSe stars that o rereome or predominate in the
eonfiguratirn from tbe aapecta and poaitiona of the
pianereandtue aaea (tears in tne aee.ena aa ine
at birth, ahe deducea th. futon destiny ol man. Fail
not le oonanlt, the ereawat Aatroigi. on rh. It
eoeti yoa hut a trie.-, aad voa tut nersr Igaln bat
aolATOrableanopparUnttr. Cbnsullatioo fee, with
likeness and iVl delink information, f 1 00. Fart1-;
living a, iU-jie caa c-nsnlt the Mtdae by mail
t'"" squAl safety sod setisfactsa to themselves, as
If in person. A full and explicit chart, written out,
with all inquiries answered and lkenass enclosed,
sent by mail on receipt .r irlce aiov. mentioned.
The strieteetsearesy will bs maintained, and all cor
respondence returned or destroyed. References of
thet hlaheet order farniahed thoee desiring them.
Write plainly the day of the month aud yetr in which
yoa were born, enclosing a small lock of hair.
Addrets, Madams H. a. I'ERKieO.
. 0. Drawer 193, BuCaio. Jf. 7.
retiruanria. 1st. rnrmvliBT?!.
sXARtTtVALi COXSTIFATION.-How t3
effect a certain and nersaaenl cure-Seme occupa
tions of life prediapoao to aesUvenaa, eepeetAlly thos
which allow ant little .uraise. rarsone who cow
tract thia aafortanat hasit of odv,aader sack etr
asnistaaeee might (cisikly be rel red by ahangug
their sedentary deployments '. ethers of mar
active kind ; bat this la by a men s eertsJn. Hab
itual eonstlpatiea Is a vary otaUlnate disorder. AU
the ordinary so-ealled remedlee invariably aggravate
it. Aothing eaa be more injurloas than the contin
ued aee of strong aperients. They at arat irritate
aad InAlly alaMst paralyse the bowels rendering
them so torpid that enormoaa doses of cathartic
medieinee have bo exeat apoa these. A mild aperi
ent, eomblaed with a gentle atiaralant, to th tra
remedy ; sad a combination la the happiest propor
tion, of these iagredients, la foand la Hoststtrs
Stomach Bitters. This famous Stomaehio iavtgec
atea th wholi Intestinal aaaal, while eejetly re
moving from Its convolutions all Impediments to a
free i assags through them. To mere purgative has
this double op .ration, fa ordinary stimulant af
fce'a th dealred ebjeet. Cases of aoastipatio abaav
doned aa hopeleaa by distinguished medical man have
bee eared ia a few weeks by the Bitter. To those
whs have tried sll the aiodielaes of th dispensary
la vain, wa aar try this irresistible stlmnlaat aad
arerient. Thar la no suficlent ressoa why constip
ation should be th soascqnenoe af ssdentary habile.
Boatettst's Bitters, by sapplylng ths vigor whioh
woald otherwise he derived from eseicis-, will ia all
eases eaa: th system to p.rfonn its sxcretory
fanetiana regalarty aad healthfully.
Fluid Extract Euchu,
Is a ear tain ear for Unas of th '
Bladder, Kidiuyi, Gravel, Dropsy,
Organic Weakness, Female Com
plaints, General Debility,
whether existing In
MAXK OK FEMALE,
from whatever eaaa originating and no matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diaeaaee of these organs require the use of a diu
retic. If ne treatment ia subaitted to, eonsnmptlo.
or Insanity may ensue. Our S'sh and blood are sup
oorted from theee aourcea, and ths Health aad Hap
piness, and that of posterity, depends apon the
prompt ase of a reliable lemeUy.
Hblmbolb Bxtbact Bccbo, established upwards
of IS year, prepare y
H. T. rTFlTiMROLD, Druggist,
C4 Broadway. New York, and
104 Soath 10th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat, .
KBqtnBxs Ibbtkbiat attbbtiob,
AND SBorLO BB CHBBKXS.
pr AUOWBD ro ooHTiirca,
Irritation el tbe Langs, A
eaee, or Consnmption
is ema tbs xasrfcr ,
batib a btbbct iwrxcBwoa to tbs Mara, .
orra iaaariiATB aauxr,
Fr Bronchitis, AMhsna, rnlnrrh, Cen-
aUBsptlve mad Thrwet Diaeaaee,
raocHxs abb csbk w.ts alwats oood scccsss
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will Snd 7VecAes useful in clearing th vole whoa
take before Singing a Speaking, and relieving the
throat after aa unusual exertion of the vocal organs.
Th 7Ye ara recommended and prescribed by
Physicians, snd have teetimoaialafrom eminent mea
throughout th country. Being aa article of true
merit, and having nrsssd thelreflcaey by a teat of
many years, eaeh year finds them ia new loealimea
la various parts of the world, and tha IVscAss are
aniversally pronounced better than other sitiei.
Obtais only "Bbows's BaoscxiAr. TocHss,"and
do not take an; efthe WmUtm MtaMeas thatmay
beoffered. Sou bvbbtwwbbb. tSmSaar)
An Effectual Worm Medicine.
- Brown's Vermifaxe Comfits,
Ob Wok Losbbsss. Much sickness, undoubtedly,
withehildreo and adults, attributed to other oaosea,
is occasioned by worms. Ths "YrRMlFTGlCoMnTS,'
Although effhetual in destroying worms, eaa do no
posmbl injury to tha moat delieeat hlloV Thia val
uable combination has been uroeaeialJy asad by phy-
sldaaa,aad found to as sale aad sure la. radicating
worms, so hurtful toehildr.
Children havtnz wars require Immediate at
tention, as neglect of the troable often eeueea p re-
SyaBptam f Worms ia Children are often
overlooked. Worms is ths stomach aad bowels cansf
irritation, which can be removed only by theuae of a
lure remedy. The combination of ingredients need
la making areata - rtrmyaft (,emair- ia sua sa
tAeivathebe.t nosaible affect with aafatv.
CURTIS a BROWN, Proprietors, Hew fork. Sold
by all Dealers IB
at Mats, a box rurltna
E.DUUmir See aad 3. fleeAiea 4 Seas, Jftnli
er 5aataky Cewatf.
Tbe Glory ef nasi I Strews tit. Thr-
fer the aervona and debilitated should immediately
BBUUOin S IXTBACV Bcoav.
SCHEXCK'S SEAWEED TONIC.
This medicine, invented by Or. J. H. 8oBSScaof
Philadelphia is intended to dissolve th food aad
make it Into chyme, th Arst process of digestion. By
aleanaing tbe stomach with Sabenck's lUndrsks Pilla,
th Tenia coon restores the appetite, and food that
could not be eaten before us'ng it will bs easily di
gested. - .
Consumption caanot he eared by Scheneks Pal-
Bnia Syrup nnies th stosseeh and liver la made
healthy aad the ap petit reotored, Bene the Tunis
and PUls are required I nearly every case sf ron-
samptio. A half dosea bottles af the Seaweed Tonic
and three or four boxes of the Mandrake Pill
ear aay ordinary ease of dyapepeia.
Dr. foaxscK makes nro'ssaIui vjjit, ia New
York, Boston, and a 'J, prio-ip,i c Sic in Philadel
phia tve weak. See daily papers of each place, or
hia pamphlet oa 'onmunption for hia daya forviaita?
Please ask for, 'Or. Schema's Mandrake Filla," aad
observe that the two likenesses of the Doctor are on
the are oa the aovommsnt stamp one when In th
last stage of Consumption, and the ether ia hi pres
Shattered CODStltatlou Restored by
ruufsoLD s bjxtbact ercoBU,
Poland's Magic Bilions Powders
rpHIS PREPARATION is ths discovery
of Rev. J. W. Poland, formerly Pas
tor of the Babtiat Church in Goffatown,
N. H., and a man dearly beloved by that
denomination turougboutMew England'
He waa obliired to leave the nulnit and
tody medicine to save his own life, and his Maoio
Powoxb are one of the asset wonderful disooveriea of
modern time. It is tAs rrtmt Limtr an BiUimu
Xewudf which completely throws in the ahade all
othsr discoveries la medietas; and it afford, him
much gratification" that they receive th ananimon
approbation of all who have teated them. The Uagie
Bllioua Powders are a positive core for Liver Com
plaint iaita moat acravatod form, aad aa immedi
ate eorrectorof all Biliona derangement, excellent
br Headache, Constipation, rimpiee, Biotcnea, tsal
low Skin. Drowsiness, Diziinees, Heartanrav Palpita
tion, and a most wonderful Care aad Preventive of
thia fearful mal sday to always keep the Powders on
hand ready for Immediate ase.) Here ar a few im
portant particular.: let. They are the Great Specific
foral Billions ASee-tions. 2d. They are the only
known remedy that will ear Liver iComplaiat. Sd.
They are tbe only known remedy that will cure Con
stipation. 4th. The Powder, are ao thorough la their
operation that one package will be all that tbe major
itv of those usine them will require to effect a euro.
eth They are a mild and pleasant yet the moot effect
ual cathartic know, flth. Theyv th cheapest
and heat medicine extant, aa they eaa be seat by mail
to any partof the giohe lor tn prtoa, ao cents.
Circulars. eontainiBsoertttioatee, Information. Ac..
sent to aay part of the world fro of charge.
SOLD BT ALL DR0CG1ST3, arhy mall on applies
tion to CO. CLARK ate Coe General A
genta, Nsw Haven, Con. . .
rnn ov w per wm. a vie now.y
iM a ii bowel east YAutlkfal Tlaar ara re
gained by HauaooiD'a Axtbaov Brcas.
free to Everybody
A large S pa circular, givln information of the
greateat importance to the young of both aex-e.
it teacheo now tne Bemely may become beautiful,
tbe apised respected, end the foraak.a loved.
No young lady or rvatlamaa shonld Ml to send
their Addreaa, and receive a copy postpaid, br retarn
au. Aoureas r. u. Drawer, 31. d
March 1,1847-ticS. Troy, N. Y
A MODERN MIRACLE.
From old and venn. from rich nnd poor, froaa
highborn aad lowly, eomee the Universal Toioeff
SICILIAN HATH RENEWER.
It is a oerfectandmlra-'ona article. Curea bald
ness. Makes hair grow. A better dressing than any
oil" or "pomatum." Soften, brash, dry and wiry
hair lato Beautiful Silken Tresses. Bat, a So re all,
the greateat wonder is the rapidity with which it
restorss tana I Alia tu tre VASUttLHAi,
Use it a fsw times, and
the whitest aad worst looking hair resumes It yoath
ful beauty. It doee sot are the hair, but etrikee
at the root aad fills it ith new life and coloring nut
ter. It will not take a kg disagreeable trial to
prove the truth of thia matter. The ant applica
tion will do good; yoa will aee th NATURAL COL
OR! returning every day, and
BVGX TOG KNOW IT,
the old, gray, discolored appearance of th hair win
he none, giving place to ltutroaa, shining and beau
Ak for HalTs Sicilian Hair ""newer; bo other ar
ticle ta at all tike ft in .Sect. Toa will Sid It
CHEAP TO BUT, PLEASANT TO TST,
Thar ar many imitations. Be aar yew Braeaue
the tannine, Khaafactured only by
B.P.BALI A CO. TasAwa, it B.
lot set by all dragfiaU. (SSyVj
LQYS X MATRIMONY.
Wis affection, ofthe opposite sex may be gained h
rVillawlng aim pie ruiea, and all may marry happily
If dtatred, without regard to wealth, age or beaaty
Send directed envelope and etaoip for particular, t
Madam LUCILLE DEM ArlRi, Bible Hons, N. T.
4 0 CO vl&niy
Kyal Uavaariai Lottery of Cuba,
Drawd one in asveatee days. Prise carted and
Information given. Highest rates paid tbr doabloorj
sal til kin Is of goil and silver. Goae TJrnAjf, J
N Main St. Provideaca. R. I. 1
JL ii. MOORE & BO.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
LAMPS, &C, fcO.,
An4 a Good Supply of OH
Come in and examine oor ttk Snd yea
will find tbe
BEST AS SO TMENT
LOWEST PRICE 8.
Ia connection with the above he will sell the wall
known . .
Crogban Mills Floor.
Meal, Feed and Bran,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
D onH forget iie Plac e
Vallette, Moore & Kairsoa Black.
E. B. MOORE &. BRO.
. Frbmost, March 15, 1867. llyl.
AND . .
TA1L0P1NS EST1BLIS1DIEST !
T. I. BARKER, '
Has just opened In Ne. a, Pabfng aad Helm's new
Block, oa State Street, Fremont, Ohio, a first-nine
Merchant Tailoring Establishment, where ho will
constantly keen oa hand a good supply ( all kind
Mens' and Boys' Wear,
Beavers and Chlnchintas. Sue French. English sad
Germs Cloths, Doetkios, Cassimeres, Vestiago,
Ac, 1 fall variety, for tiprlsg and Summer
Which win bs mads ap to order, ia the best styl
ofth art, and not to be excelled aayw here. Alao.
good stock ef
Overcoats, from low-priced to good Bearer, well
mad. Fine Frock aad Sack Coata, Put aad Veata
In gnat variety. AIM Geate Fanrnhm Peed.
Cnderahirta, Orawara, SaapeBders, Cnvats, Ties.
ollara, Ao Ac Ac
- Ui alette eviU he, EaspbsitleaHy, 03
(.nick Sales and Small Profits.
With Goods purchased sine th lato decline, he
eaa offer decided Bar gains. He Invitee aa
tion ef his Stock by thos wishing to pureaaee, ae
auringthem ef aehaaea to aar money. .
fS" All Goods mads to order sr w man ted
ss to rrr snd kaks, ot no sale.
" ' T. I. BARSER.
Frameni, March 1, 1SST. aft.
- M A R I N E
INSURANCE 1 ! I
WESTERS UTSTTRAlfCIJ COMTT,
' ' ' OF BrrjALO, K. T.
HECrHTTT ntSCBAITCE COMPArTT,
OF NEW TOHM CITT.
I AM prepared to take Hafl or Cargo risks oa 5,-aia
or Lumber In either ofthe above prompt and re
apoaalble eompaniee at the roweet going rates will
make it to the advantage of thoee desiring Maris
IasnraBoe to call and see m.
I. & AM3DXN, Arent,
Marek IS, lS7-13mS. Fremont, Ohio.
Home Insurance Co.,
OP NEWJTOHX. .
ZXh Stmi-Jnnudl Statement, showing the
ditkm of the Company on the 1st
day of July, 1865.
Cash Capital, 3, OOO, OOO, 00
Assets, 3,590, 832,00
A very large per eeatof the assets of the Compa
ny consist in Bends and Mortgagesasd CaltedStatea
This Company by its ametent officers and me nt
home, and its nesnts sbtond, hss built no nn orrani-
aatioa seceaW to new. in the Uniud &ass for raa-
BAtnMov and Rbliauilivt
All oereone seekine Insaraaee should remember
the Home, of New York.
UBA1U.U J. wAKi-iK.Preerdeat.
A. F. WILMARTal.Tloe Praaideat.
I. H. WASaarm, Asst. Kec'y.
B. W. B. StLELl,A.w, AaTt-temot,Aag.lO,lS4.
Marbls Hall eiiiiard & Dining
(Over Perry Cleea Wholesale Grocery Store.)
I TAKE GREAT PLEASURE la announci". to the
uMi that I have amDlefaeliWeaf-
thelnemased enatemof the Fall an'.Vi.9u
aad Intend that our aetabiiah-'.Mtiha)l raainniteita
A No.l reputation.
WiMTn Meals at all Hours.
Farmers will Sad "Marble Hall" teat the place ta
get a good square meal whs they com to towa,
We have a room la Marble Hall especially St ted a
sa LadiesSalooa. '
Oysters served np la any styledeslrod. Fresh Oys
ters received daily by Express. Oyster for eale be
Frmat,0 Sept, 38, ISoS. 85m.
T"- rrietor of thU estahn.hnwat flre Sir sal
X thia spring a very See olleeaioa ot Frni and
Omameatal Tree, Saraha, Aa, at lew prices. Ther.
tree, have bee grows wih great ear aad canaot
fail to gtve satisfsction. The Evergreea Tree, ar es
pecially to. Having been transpiaaUd,ahearod aa4
pruned, they ar aow exaetiy right for planting tn
yards, lawns, Ac There are thoaanada of them oa
the groaads from which a eclectic can be mad to
Arrangements have bee made with a trat-eiaa
Prepagattag Eatahllshaaeat far fa reletting Qrwea
House Plants, Rose Busbee Ao. Order foranifhinc
ia this lto eaa be Slled at Progator't prie U loi
eerlyat tbe Mursery, or sect early through the Poet
Office. All orders and esmmunieatiou shoald ho
addressed t t. Pay, fremeait, Ohio,